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THE 'VEKINO TIMES. MjS DAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1895.
-One Cent A roadcrtls;:nc:it less thai IOj- One Gent & advertisement less than 0 Ann Onnt PER One W One Gen! Pek WORD One Cent Per Word One Cent pr W089 Word Ko advertisement less than I0 Ko a'dvertlsan ttunenk.lei than 10a Kosdrertlaement less than 10k KoadTcrtlsamem leji than 10 Saadrtrtltintiat las i thna 10, HELP WANTED MALM. WANTED-2 good house painters. J. T. BiOlT. 4Mi Va. uve. aw. lt-c.ru "wAMTED-n carpenters at La lncito Square Opera Hour-. PAUL P. CO.NNOE. t . WANTED-lloy alMiut 14 or 15 jcars oltt tu teani the rufg.Jewelry business; one -tt Itli l:ccic preferred. AddressMAft UFACTUliER.thlsofflcc. " w . TTmTr-" 4 fir-a-ft.-ws ovslcr COOkl mutt tir well recommended. Apply at I). CROWLEY'd OYSTER HOUSE. io." H st. nw.. opiKjslie Government Printin-, office. se?.0-2t WANTED-Twelveboys that ; can feed job irit: must be quick, neat an 1 tidy: immediately. HAIWUKTII I'llll- LSJlINGllOu&E.OlSFst.iiw. 6e.M)-lt XV A. NTP.n-.V good bashefcnaii to alter "Hlinniis; Mt-juy position to right man; no others need apply: apply w-iuprrow bet. tweeu 0 and IUj. tn. MITCHELL BilOii. it CO.. 405 7IU su nw. W antEO" Reliable salesmen lor a quick selling olfiee specially; good coinml-s'on Call between 10 and 11. 13H7 M. ii w. ' tc27-4t WANTED-Good butcher wanted as Ii.inner in one of Hie best stands in city to inke charge; small capital. A. B. C, tills Office. se29-2t WAKTED-Tw plumbers; also a tin ner iti-i uidcrstands furnace, latrcbe and stove work. ALUl.N'SON i CHASE. 172214lh st. pcB;2 W ANTED- Canvaf sers, first-class mail makes too a mouth: call ulonccand see METWElSrt. 438 9th et. nw.. from p to 10. te2G-7t HELP lVASTEU-FKMALE. WAMTED-l'uuiis v. hlte girl, as nunc lor one child; icference required. Call at COO M it. i.v.. it!-'"; WANTED-A while girl, lor iioutc" work am insist In kitchen. Must b a good nnia.cr ul.tl Iroucr. Apply .at lt-7 14 ii 1 1 n-w tf.-em. WANTED-First-clats tulloress on coats; toed wages aLd steady cinploy- nient. Apj.lv MO 11th tt. nvt., Sd Hour, RUUENdi tlN. ee30-2t-cm. WASTED-Hair-grown while girl to nelp .i-.-jut store and house. 66 Flireo si. ii. se30-2t-cm "WANTED White girl, to take care ot milurra and aSlst with housework. 331 V tl. lie. lt-em WANT1SD -.Ycoluml girl to dogei-eral ...I-- ..ulrwl Att.lv V.I17 111 IM Ml (.. IIBi ....J,......, tl-l V "" - K st. lie. IL'11 WANTED-A good, steady colored uoiiEin to cook, wash, and Iron, for family of 5. . tc302t.EAM. WANTED-A good. Intelligent girl, about 10, in ncid ol a good Home and kind treatment, Willi imali wasw, and is able ai.d wlllinc to i-sust In light house--work in a iiuall iamily, can nadreti, lire. JA.ME3 H-. lids olfiee. teSO-E&M. WANTED-A Sood while girl lo do tiou-ewmk In a tmall faniily;jcilcr;Ue waee-,. Xo. 1M5 Columbia st. nw.lt-e.m WANTED-Ur a coloied woman a pl.ne a- ccofc or general Imu-a-vrork. Applv 332 C st.-sw. se30 -2t-e.nl WANTED-Uirt wanted in ramlly of thre--: one who cn wash and iron. 013 Morn." St. lie., uearGtli. Ke30-lt WANTED-A gooil Gciman girl tocook J ami assist nt general nonseKLt iuig;goi home and irocil watres. Call 1) 1 1 &t. UW. 8e30-it WANTED-A w hlte girl to do general houseware for a family or two; city rrN. ltt)3 1 St. ne. te30-lt WANTED-A respectable white wo man ot slid disposition without chil dren t" take the care of a livcl-. C months' nldbalie toy; wllipay flOainnnlhaialsup plv milk; bea refs. rerjulred. Answer, with lull particulars, Airs. Ii., this office. sc2f-31 WANTED-H-mi' I'mtretiti! gcr.cy has iilaces for help every any with prod references All capacities. 010 Ilia St. n. w. f:e4-lmo UULP WA5TED-MALB AND FKMALB. WANTED SniltU l-reuiler Typo, wilier operators and etenograpbera dlieeted to posilioiu. Oiwratora de liilng tn familianze themselves with new Ko. 2 Smith 1'iemicr Tjpewrlter call THE SMITH 1'llEMlEIt TYPEWIUTEB CO.. Ko 1410 F st. uw. jj3l-tf B1TUATK1NS ffASTEn-MALE. SOBER, careful man desires position as liremau or cnirlneerrfinest pttssible ref. from lat emplojurs. Address JOHN MOX- GOLA. 417 i n w. M:i0-3l-cni WANTED Hy young man (23), to learnihe nutter business. Addrt-ssKE.V, Ihisoffiiv. se3U-3t-cn. WANTED-Uy a respeclable colored man a saualion as coachman, waiter, driver for doctor, or work of any kind; 3 years rets, from last place. Call for 3 day. I 1027 12111 st. nw. 11-eiu WANTED-I'lau; as first-class cok in hotel or restaurant. Address 12K C at. sw. tc.T-3t YOUNG "-an wants (Hwliion ns cleric in a grocery store; un cut meat and come v en n cemmended. Address llix 22, Sligo. Mil seSn-st WANTED-Plats- as engineer or por- n r in More; can roast eoliee nlso. Ad- d r'-.s 023 N. Y. a e. n w. se21-3 EXPERIENCED clouilng salesnun wants position; good references as to ability. etc. Address U..tlilsofrice S1T17ATIONS WANTED FEMALE. NURSE Experienced with Invalids, con finement or insanity. Addrpss 502 E st. nw. se30-lt-em EMPLOYMENT Wanted by experl enctsl jounglady asslenographir, book keeper, csislik-r or tjin-writer: satlsiactory ref.and Keturlty. II. S., this office. se.p..H'Ciu WANTED-Hf respi-ctabie colored gin place In private family as cham bermaid and waitress. Address Nc mis 6th jst.nw. It -e.m WANTED-Uy lady or experience, ,,A'?ciU.:" ras,licr: hv&t Tvf- Address HONESTY, this olfiee. c27-3t WANTED-l'laa- as first-class cook in small iamily. Address 227 G st. "2L: se2fl-2t WANTED-Washing by a first-class laurdress to take home. J..A. B., this off'O-' ec2B-3t TV ANTED- Place as first-class cook, m lintel or restaurant. Address 128 C "' sw sjjh 3t . HMXTED-ltOOMa. WAKTED-Bj Oclolier 1. two well fur, rooms and lioard for 3 adults. In nw.: within r or G blocls of the Interior: state particulars. Address JIAKSHALlI this offuv. seSO-lt.c&m WANTED-Uiilurnlshed room for gen i leman; state price: refs. exchanged; no. preferred Address Box 4G8, City P. O. WE an- still selling out regardless of cost, to make room for new fall goods. Our M hard oil stains. YOUNG CO.. 1804 7th st. nw. WASTED-MISCELLANEorS. WANTED-Calcrcss to take fur. front dining room and kitchen, withall con-Tenien.-e to Pension and Priming Offices. Callafler 1 p. in.. 524 lstst.nw. se20-2f JOB PRESS We want to buy a good secoi d-tiand Job printing press; write, stating size, price, etc. Address H. & M., this office ce28-3t WANTED-A child to board in a bright sunny home, where llirlll lmrr...v.. care and attention. Address C. P.. ihrii office rc2 r-4t WANTED-A Smith premier type vt ntcr in good condition; will pay ensb. Address !42 K stnw. sc29-3t WANTED-A business manager, with capital, lor manufacturing purposes. Address INDEPENDENT, this office. WANTED-D. S. and foreign stamps una proot sets, at highest prices. A large and choice assortment for sale. C. F. ROTHFUCH8, 359 1-2 Pa. ave. j te28-7t WANTED-Agoodoiricenusiness; will pay lair price. Q. T. F.. Uils office. se27-3t ' WANTED-rire thousand good live BIRD KTORE, 712 12th St.. and 1221 Pa. ave. nw. teZGajt WA.NTED-Girlsto beself-iupporting; . , ibJrrlc1' ladles to lessen drcssmakliij: bills by learning u cut by Merchant Tailor Bquarei turticuiats at school, 718 12th t V - sel-l-tf Wanted-Try Rubber Roof Paint. WE 8T0P ALL LEAKS FREE. na chsrgs only for palatini; workfnsruttssl HAT. KUB1JL1S HOOF PAINT CA, uS5 -Staaw WASTKU- JXAJS. WANTED A Ti or b rni modern flat; i onveniear lo 14th si. car line. Ad dress tlOHBltS l-'iaT. HiiKOfflce. selo-if tVAyTnDl'OSTAGE STAMPS. WANTED-All klram oroM V. 8. popt Ke r.iannw, Dipartraciit stamps'ope clally rfclreil. HilifJt. Prices paid. 11. F. UUKKUOKST. 1000 Till Bt. aw. reSH-nirm FOU KENT-HOUSES. tj-oi: iffiST ISHJIass avonir. ISSlMhst s, 5r..S10 03 m L lr.r $101 01.Ccr.3ond Kslsnw SID C et nw, ini. l.'ir o5 tl unfnr. rooms. lTUSLstnw.mUSrUlSilTCl 1 t nw, ml, aco O Et ii, m 1, I JSr 07 CO lr . COOO'liamistnvr, ml, S015tU8tmr,Tul, 1ST COBO lr. 5 OOKOl K et nw.inl,lr a) DO nai l.'.L.ne. nw, m llt-'J Sid st nw, mt UOr as M -Or. S M llb'JStn st mr,m liwt'la arenw.n l.Tr. Si 50, 1, 13r 31 ID iSl 2d nw. in 1. 7r. S3 B3 411 '. Y. ave, mi, lit) C sine, ml, Or W, mt,r. 27 30 174Uothuw, inl,7r 22 M5J5 N.Y. avo nw, 455 1st se, m 1, 7r. SI MI ml.Sr. 31! HKKlli tie, uil.7r. -5) is'isiu ColumLla st tOIGsintr, 2nd f, j n-r.uii.t:r S? -!r. 20 oasuOnw. ml.Sr. -.'50 MIS r.tli nw.Srs . 18 00:203 10th st n, m 1, UlUXJavanw.ni 7r. 22 M i.5r. 16ai'21811no. ml.7r. 21 00 1153 19ta st ns, JlWrnw.ml, lir. sua Ct 13 4ai;H5iiistnw.Cr WW C03 Whltaey ave n fcjlT.hst sw.r.r.. IS 00 wftab!e)6r. 13 0';IJ;4lltne,!ir.. 10 CO Cor.Dihand Grant )2SiJ7thst nw. 6r.. 15 SO nvuv.tr. 15 0)2 iscott ave nw, , V17tast i.w,5r.. II to HrtuUc). Cr. 13 00 SHISUisw.Cr.. .. It tt) pi ill I tan w.C r. 15 00 iSTOakitnw, ml, line A J ave nw.Or U 00 7r. issojiai Mstsv.Sr... 13 K" TllGraat arosr. ITlOlllbsi se,3r.. 1150 ,'r. 13Vo3 1.fcti!.5t 12 tO C33I.w,5r. 12 SO.STOlEUittnw. 3r IS V0 711 Sheridan st nw 1S3 a: ue.tlr 11 W istaMel. 5r 12 0j 118 Fnstoo Court 911 (ioWen st sw, J nw, 5r 30 30 5r. 10 sillirarU list sw,5r 10 00 Eeor 227 nth st Itlu31th st uw,5r 10 00 sir.5r...t 10S11S1 llayca' Cocrt 43) 1'ranklin st uw.Sr 10 W uw.Ir 10 to; flOUES. 910 9ih st nw.store .Nichols' Iload, ami dwls, 5r...IS5 50 blactsinlthshop 15 00 50143M sw, s:ure 'auddwlc, 5r.... 20 C0 STABLES, 105 Drapers' alley l!eer31Cst nw. flO 00 sw M 71S VJ1 A S. CAY WOOD. 933 Sth sL nw. FOR EENT-No-s. 32 and 34 L St. nw.; o rooms, cas aud water, ouly $ir..ao. , 113." 3d st. nw., C rooms aud water, $13 30. 724 13th no.; 8 rooms; nil mod. imp.; only $15 (JO. 231 and 233 Elm st. Lc Droit Park; 7 rooms each, only S20. By CHAS. S.KHItnVE. o20-3t lt0;)7tli nw. FOHHENT-201G 2dsl.nw..Io Droit 1'iirk; pleasant and quiet location; wa ter In hount- and will hi ard; only $12. Hey n t 2018 2d st. ntr. It FOR RENT 623 fith St. tie., a iH-mitl-ful nrowiiioue from house.. 7 large rooms, hath, concreted cellar, froutarslrenr vard. low lo right party UirNKK, No. lfi! E st. nw. w28-3t FOR RENT-S8 D st. ne.. $22 a mouth: 0 lojuis aud b;ith: concrete cellar. se2t-3t FOR RENT-331 Ulh M. w.. $1.1.50, sii.-r.ioui lrarae; w. and g. Call 7O0 E st. st-, H'2'.t-.1t FOR RENT Dwelling bouse iinl store, l.ctncsua. Montgomery Co.. lid.: casy terms Audrcss A. COL.Hi:L,MANN, this of lice. Se27-7t FOR RENT r.r.rgaln In rooms. In taire 2JUb 1-lih st.. drug store, tvfore 2 p. in. se27-51 FOR RENT U-'daced tj SIS mnntti. new b-room luiiks. Nos. 10 and IR Florida ave. ua: bath; m 1. Apply 32 Florida ne Mfv-ut FOB RENT 124ii Injpran st. ne.. 7 rixtms. all modem improvemects. near ly new: 15.30. JOHN V. ."JOKUIs.. G14 Fst. re21-7t S4Ji.f30 120 E sr. nw : 14r.; a. m. 1. C. T. YOIIF.U. 015 E 8u uw. S3G.OO 1420 Olhst. nw.;Sr., b.;ra. C. T. YODEK. fi 15 K St. nw. S32.fSO 1133 0th st. nw., 9 rooms and hath: in. 1. C. T. YOUEK. FOR RENT Futnl-hed A tis-rooru lu.'l-e. witu luigc )ard and stable, $30 pr maiilli. Inquire at 101G J'la. av. ne. r2!l 2t FOR SALE 1IOCSES. FOR SALE Vers cniap. a beautiful new bnew uon-e on Columbia Hi l?hts; well built; ail m, I.; Address J. II. G.. this office. EeiKKIttn FOR S ALE Press brick b.tv.. G moms, :n. l.. .So. c32 Ilth ne., half square from cars: price $2,1100; about 5200 cash bal. $s or 10 lsir mo. Applv after G p. ni. P. E. M 1B31 3d St. nw. se2!)-2t FOR SALE $31-0 ca h. 2S pernio.; No. loits 1st st. nw.;newliay window; pre-s brick; t rooms and lath; clcclnc neli" nnd lighter; cabinet mantels; latest Improvements; sanitary plumbing jinrty wall wonh s150; lot 10x1011 to nlley; nnce, $4,510. JA.MES G. JE.vrElt. 03!i F st. nw. se21 ?,Z FOR SALE House on C St. sw.. tear feiuiwisoiuaii; U rooms; lot 25xP8; al ley: pric- only $3,000. C. BOYEK A SON, 214 7111 st. sw. sc28-3t FOR SALE At Eangilon, n new frame house, ut a sacrifite: oITer wanted. Address SACRIFICE, tills office. se20-7t FOR SALE-A small house with lot running luck to Hie next street. In the northeast; house rents for $!'.50 and will he sold at a sacrifice on account of the financial embarrassment of the owner. The purchaser must be willing to accept tax title. Address MRS. T. M. It. this office. Se22-10t MISCELLANEOUS. REOPENING of Cottage Lunch and inning Hooin, corner Fa.ave. and 1st st. nw fronting Pence Monument; all meals first class and served to order. se30-3t-era WE have an extensive map of Washing ton nnd bulletin: a poitat card sent lo us with j-our name and address will find vou in iiorsession ot it. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.. 1 107 F ft. se28-3t-eod LESSONS given in drawing, oil. cravon, pastel. ft3 per month, if call this month. Studio, 1237' Pa. ave. nw., on second floor front. se302t LACE Curtains laundered by hand by an expert, 35 cents and upward."MG F st. nw. sc2!)-2t GERMAN LESSONS Natural meiuoii; progress guaranteed; $2 per month. 1015 14lli st. nw. sr2'J-3t TVA.NTED-A11 tliould know Dr. Mary oordon tells trulhfulness of friends, business deal, or matrimonial venture. Tells all your business affairs with utmost truth; lost or stolen property; every hid den mystery revealedmiakes speei- nnd happy marriages with the one jou love by proper advice.. Don't buy, sell, or go on a Journey until you consult this gifted, lady In person or by letter. Sho lagnoscs your case by spiritual insight aided by a-staff or competent physicians. Ladies may consult in confidence on all diseases peculiar to their sex. Office aud residence. 1109 G st. nw. so29-lni J. D. MERRITT, Photographer, re- moveu to 459 aim 461 Pa. ave. nw.; all work strictly first-class. sc28-lni S2.KO for lounges: cook stoves, $5.00; $1.00 per wek for bedroom and par tej.JSH'&v'Xf'Jr' or credit. 719 7th st-.nw.. REDMOND'S. sc2C-6t WALL laundry your lace curtains for Joicw-,?,,JiV1' au;l guarantee good work. B. WALLACU, 503 E st. nw. sc25-7t WE don't care to do "cheap" "slop' printing, and most- everybody knows tt and they know we don't care who knows IL Prices right. M. XT. MOORE, Gen. Man., Law Beporter Company. CIS 5th sL nw. an22 FREE consultation. Do you suffer from any of these: Constipation, dys pepsia. Jaundice, palpitation, . sick bead ache, vertigo, hiccough, hacking courh, Bwelllng-of the feet and ankles, or epilepsy? Positive relief and cure DR. T. E. LEE. 1322 14Ui tt. nw. 9:30 to 6:30. se!5-14t JUST HECErVED-FIne lot young Cu ban parrots, guaranteed in talk." also monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, cold H'h. JIobs. nnd fac.T pigeons. BCHULO'S, 712 12th it nw.. branch. 1221 Pa. awe. mylO-tf FOR 11ENT- ROOMS. FOH KENT 2 desirable connecting rooms, together or separate, to gentle menonly. U2u lath gt.uw. sc30-3l-em FOR BENT Very desirably situated large, corner, round, uay-window par lor; unfur. If desired; also handsomely fur. f rout, round and square bay-window-rooms; f Jnt-class board, $ 1 5 per month ; new house; handsome silt paper throughout. CaU 700 IrtMiw. 130-1 tm FOR RENT 2 communicating 2d floor rooms, fur. and unfur. 7 ID lltn st. nw. e30 -2t-c,m FOR RENT 2 neat fur. or unfur. trout rooms for ladies or gentlemen: suitable for light housekeeping If desired; convenient lo electric or cable car. 105 B st. nw. sc30 -3t-c.m FOR RENT 1012 F. St. nw.. two rooms on fourth rioor and four rooms on second floor; unfurnished. Address 1012U.st.nw. sc25-7t FOR RENT 012 St., near Cth. de sirable lur. parlurs, alcove, single or en suite: also front rooms 2d aud 3d floors: very ct-ntral. sc28-7t FOR RENT Bargain In rooms for housekeeping: also stable. Inquire drugstore. 23ilti lllhst.nw. e2M-0l UNFURNISHED Near Capitol nnd l'nnuug Office; - front moms on 2d floor for light housekeeping. OWKEU, 610 3d FOR RENT No. 016 3d St. nw., one ,. -tJ 1UA. JOU'lJ ... - J Wc... room. C0'tl FOR RENT 1 elegant fur. room, 2&xl: 2a licor; $20; Ihe anipslzcor 3d floor, 520; hali.rooai, $7. t24 14U st. n w. se28-3t FOR RENTUnrur., two large, bright rooms; hent, gas and bath. 63G 3d ne. FOR RENT-Fur. room for gentlemen; is to fu pcrmotiilKgas, bath.anrihcat. 1014 lilih st. nw. sc27-7t FOR RENT 027 1 St. nw., bay-window from room, Ihlrd story; gentlemen only;' $10 t ii-onlli. sc27-4t FOR RENT Tims; funilshcd rooms on stvond floor, suitable for light housfkerplng. No. 210G O si. nw. m.'28-B FOR RENT Two u nfu rnlshisl commu -lncailtic; rooms, with closets, second story, south front; near Suite, War and Navv departments: adults ouly; refs. ex thanged. 1731 F st. tc28-3t FOR RENT $8 and $10 per mouth, newly furnished rooms: gas, bath: prt vale family. 600 U st. nw. te28-3t FOR RENT Three or four room: fumi-iicii or nnrurnished; scitnble for housekeeping. 430 New York ne. sc24-3t THREE nrfur rooms, wlih gus and bath, suitable for housekeeping: rent cheap. 221 F st. nw. M?2i)J!t FOR RENT Nicely tot., 2d-f(ory front room; touth nnd east csiiosnre; all mod imjis.: 1 eal and clean, home tcmforis: ref; rem $10. 35 M tt. nw. te21) 3t ONE-HALF of office crdesk rnciu. liuiuirc room 15, Yt'ashlngtonLonn mid Trast llldg. f e29 2t FUH, or unfur. rooms, with board, ni 5o.S E. Cup. St.; also stable for rent. fe20 3t FOR RENT Coal ard wood yard with all ilie upplialices for doing business; located on a puiiilcthoroughfare ll.LF.ON- AI1D. 530 4 1-2 st. sw. ic2!l-7t LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING '1 wo rooms, 2d iloor, lur. complete: front cor. room 20x22. back 14 ft. so..; cooking utensils, .dishes, gas, bath, re-frigt-ralor. 301 loth st. sw. It FOR RENT-Only S14.50. four large rooms on third Iloor for light hoiise keepliig: iimt. cas. 142 A ne. M-:lO-:it FOR RENT Large. haifl.omely fur jitheu oriiuiuriiisliedcolu: Isiy wuulow parlor", sejitrate or icgelher; rolding l-ed, heat, gas and lialh: suitable for dentist; none In tiilnlty; other rooms: furnished toll l-d psini. $4 per month sc2l'-nt FOR RENT 3 unfurnlihcsj rooms; 2d litoi: bath, hot and cld water, wom!- liecl. anil yard; all for ilO.uO. No Gl P si inv; se2-3l FOR RENT 1521 I St.; very torn lortaiiie. 2u floor, two rooms; folding door ; suitable lor one or two geullemen; bright, sunny; opposite Arlington-IIoiel; alo two heap rooms on 41h floor: front. - se2U 2t FOR RENT Unfurnished, 3 large room-, J being front, with heat, water on sain floor; rem. required; second rimir; price. $18. H21 5Ut St. nw. ge21i tf FOR RENT Three large communicat ing rooms, 2 being front, with water, etc., on .sains floor: no children; refs re quired; price $10. 721) 7th St. nw. sc20-tf FOR RENT Fur. rooms for gentle men; s to $10 per month; gas. bath and beau 1014 10th M. nw. tc2!)-7t FOR RENT Rooms, with or without board; ne.n. gas and lalh. So. 2I2G 14th st. n w.-.. .MRS. C ,F. LITTLE. se2-31 FOR RENT A large front room; cheer ful; I urmshed, cheap. 418 10th St. nw. sc22-bt FOR RENT- A large, front bay win now room; nicely furnished; In private family; excellent board; nw. (cition; ref erences exchanged; terms for two, $52. Addn-s DE.sIRAULE. this office. se2'-2t FOR RENT Two communicating rooms, uniur. or partly rur. 1410 Gth 8t. nw. 6ept28-3t FOR RENT Fine front room In new house, with board for two gentlemen, or gentleman aud wife. $40. Call 109 Ctli st. se. sc28 31 FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms; new house; 1st, 2d and 3d floors; $5, $3, $12 anil $15; a. in. I.; board if cle sired. G2C I st. nw. se2P-2t FOR RENT Nicely furnished parlor, suitable for physician. $12 per mo.; also oilier rooms, with board, $3 per week. 427 G st. nw., next door Typographical Temple. sc29-3t FOR RENT Furnished rooms; heat, gaj aud bath; to gent or man and wife; rers. exchanged. 842 N. Y. ave..nw. tc23-2t FOR RENT 7256lhst.nw., furnished, pleasant second story front room, small room, and back parlor; new house; nil con veniences, &e29-3t FOR RENT Large, desirable rooms on first and second floors; south and west front; bay window; wllh elegant 1015 L st. nw. se2-3t FOR RENT Fur. 2d floor rooms, sep arate or together; very pleasant and de sirable; rent fair; also, nice front room on 3d floor, $G; rer. exchanged; private family; cars pass. 824 1st st. nw. bc29-3t TEMPLAR HOUSE. 207 Pa. ave. nw. Pleasant rooms; excellent board from $4 to $6 per week. se29'7t FOR RENT-H04 12th st. nw.. large nnd small front rooms, single or en snltc: newly papered, painted and fur.; first-class table board; rooms suitable for two. se29-3 t FOR RENT For light housekeeping, two nicely furnished rooms; near Government Printing Office. 225 H st. ne. se29-2t FOR RENT 911 G st. nw., three fur. or unfur. rooms on 2d floor; heat and gas; nlso two large rooms on 4th floor to four young men at $6 per month each. BP2fl-.1t FOB BENT-FLATS. SUITABLE Oats to rent; convenient to Capitol, cars convenient to any part ot city. Cottage Lunch Boom, cor. let ant Pennsylvania avenue nw. k se30-3teni FOR RENT Beautiful 2d story flat of 5 rooms and bath, heat and gas: $22.50. No. 7 2d st. ne. E. M. J. AT WELL, 204 E. Cap, st. se30-3t FOR RENT Flat of 5 rooms; newly naDered: nrlvnte liAth lriiciK,,, fit- n with gas range, sink and water; English liasement; F st. nw, with large dining, room. 208 - se2B-3t OFFICE BOOMS FPU RENT. FOR RENT One-half ot office room or JSS.room- APP1? M Boom 16, W. L. & T. Bldg. y FOB BENT HALL. FOBt RENT Flue large ball. 76x26 nt hair price. 625 La. ave. te25-10t PERSONAL. PROF. CX AY.vi'ashlngton'a oldest es uiliTisned ,iKi .Tclinbiu claIrro7nnt nnd medium, who lells-yoa all thltigs aud how tn avoid all trouble; also how to retain husband or lover. If In xeareh of truthful -advice cousult44m on all affairs. He will not de ceive or niiulead you and guarantees satis faction to all who seek bis advice. Fee no cent. Hours. 10 a. m. to 9 p. in.; open Bundays. 489 II St., bet. 4 1-2 and 6tn BUI. SW. HAVE removed my grocery and provi sion store, the Virginia Market, from 312 4 1-2 st. to 470 C St. sw. THOS. ttUPPIJUT. e28-3t THE Wonderrol Kemedr. Cancers cured without knire. pain or pay until cured: also carbuncles, piles, dropsy, by PROF MARTIN-BILES. 407 Fa. ar.cw. dt-ocB . .T. T. WALKKRSON8. 204 lOthst. uw carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay, asbestos, palntn. brushes. II me.cement, twoand three-ply roofing materiaLapr21-tf BXSIE. HOTSTOK. u'y Sjwcial 1st. (.04 12in st. Jiw.; all blemishes re moved, wrinkles absolutely- clfaced, nnd iiimplcxion made perrctt: no pain, no poisons; 1'oiBUltiitloii free, dally 10 to 12 nnd 2 tn 5. cxi-ept Bund.iy. se29-lmo BANK yur 3uMt wlln us aua yu'i ue n 4U" Just please comprehend that we are selling elegant ciisioin-made suits, the least bit worn, at Jutii'a fut ures. JU8TU-8 OLD STAND, C10 D st nw. LADIES needing confidential treat ment. A safe and sure relief In all female trouble, constipation, irregulari ties, tumor, cancer- opium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms for patients before aud during confinement, nnd find homes for Infants ifrequired. Strictly confiden tial. MRS. DK. BENNER. 16 Fourth st ue.. near E. Capitol St., Washington. Ii. 0. je3-U PIANO lesions L: 8. SIcEIhinney. No. 42j 1th at. nw.; experienced teacher; reduced rates. sel8-lmo MME. ESTELLE tells all the eventi of Hie In German und English: hours. 9 a. m. to 10 p. in.; 25 and 50 cents; cures all cases of runnlngor dry sores. 913 IWh st. nw u30-lm DR. TAYLORi 00G F st. nw.. niakoi full sets of teeth for $6; satisfaction guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain: gold filling. $1: amalgam. 50c. se4-tf OURgrcaU-stmcdiuinaudspiiitualmcthcr, Dr. Mary Gordon, tells you all things and glvas a proper remedy for your trouble. Alwaysathnnie. llOiiGst.nw. se22-lm TEE "3 DAYS" CURE FOR MEN. Tins remedy cures in 3 clays or do charge. Consultation iree. Dhr. McKEE IIAN.71G 12th st. IIW. SC29-41 SlOO reward for a case of indigestion uniransulj that cannot be cured with Crump's Tonic of Fruit and Spices. CRUMP M'F'G. CO., 603 F 8t nw. Send for circular. sc29-7t MIME. BROOKE tells all the events of lire, all business confidential: ladles and gLiitlemeii. 50 cents each; hours. 9 a. in. to pp. in. G05 New York u venue north west, ncir Sixth street. sc21-14t MME. PERRIN Scientific palm istry; truest uwrtiny reader of the age; events of past and future revealed with wonderful accuracy; hours 10 to 9. CIS l'ath st nw.. bet. ood F. sel.1-17t 2 11PSLNE.SS plIAXCES. FOR SALB-SlKim bakery, in mburb of Washiiigtou. ot alsjilt 2,100 In habitants: large house and stable: for $5,(00 on easy terms: rents for SCO per moulh: business can be bought on reason able terms. Address B Uir.it Y. this of fice, i sc30 -2t-c.m FOR SALE-f aloon, cheap st, nw. 7th e20-3t WE'LL UEU' YOU to find a good business location if you are seeking one. We'll help you sell your business location If you want to sell It We are constantly in conimur.L'ution with both buyers and sellers, and thus arc able lo promptly bring about the desired and wlshed-for results. List yourproperty with us at once. T. O. ANDERriONA CO., Real 1 Mate nnd Ikitlnesx Exchange. 907 C, st, nw. AUCTION SALES. Horses. Horses. A1 l'I UL1C Ai;CTI0N. S. BKNSIXiiER. Auctioneer, WASHINGTON HOUSE AND CARRIAGE eBAZAAE. NO. 940 LA. AVE. GREAT SALE OF 8UPERIOR HORSES AND MARES. To -morrow (Tuesday morning, Oct. 11 at 10 o'clock, will be sold within the Bazaar, a Carload or Horses nnd Mares, shipp'sl here direct from Indiana, and consist of Heavy Draft and Fine Driving Horses, youi.g and sound. THIS STOCK SHOULD HAVE BEEN, HERE SATUR DAY, ALSO - A Carload of Horses and Mares from Frederick County, Sid. This Is a splendid slock, young and sound, great wprkers, and fine drivers, take It altogether this is the best stock that has been offered at auction in this city for years, and we Invite the especial attention of persons wLshing to buy fine stock Tor any pur pose, to atterd this sale. EVERY HOUSE WILLItK AS REPRESENTED. OR MONEY REFUNDED. S. BCNSINGEKr- Auctioneer. It -e.m C. O. SLOAN & CO.. Auctioneers. 1407 G Street. By virtue of a certain deed of trust. dated theSIXTH DAY or JANUARY. 1890,and duly recorded in Llticr 1452. Tolio 205, et seq.. one of the Land Uetords of the District ot Columbia, and at the request of the party seiurod thereby, we will sell at public miciioii in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1895. at 4 o'clock p. m.. the following described land nnd prenilfes. being lot lettered "C." In Rothweil's subdivision in square numbered 452. together with all the Ib" provclUCllts. Jec. Terms. One-third casli;bnlarcelnnneand two years from day ot sale, bearing Inter est at 6 per cent, per aunum. and secured by deed of trust mi ihe property sold, or all cash. A deposit ot 510O required at time of sale. All conveyancing and re cording at cost ot purcliaser. Terms lo lie compiled with In 15 davs from day of sale, otherwise trustees reserve the right to resell at tost of defaulting purchaser nfter clue liollce published iu some Wash iiigtou newspaiier. vllAKLillS NUHXEIDKK. LOUIS KETTLER. d&ds.xH Trustees. C. G. SLOAN & CO,. Auctioneers. 1407 G street TRUSTEES' SALE 'OF THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING. BEING NO. 201 ICSTREETNOUTHWEST. By virtue ot a deed of trust dated Septem ber 5. I S91, and duly recordi-d Inliber 1616 folio 28,1 cc seq., or the Land Records of the District of ColumbiN,.tnd at the request ot the party secured (hereby, we will offer for sale at public auction-in front of the. prera lsesonTHURSDAY.tOCTOBER3, 1895 at 4:30 p. m the following described land and premises, being 16t ,11, In Susan A. and Joseph 8. Boss' subjl Vision ot lot "d." of Palmer Briscoe etialjsubdivislonot original lot 1 in square 558, as said first named sub division Ls recorded in Hie office of the sur veyor of the Districtof Golumbla, In Book-10, page 31. Terms cash. A deposit ot $500 will be required at tlrneof sale. -All convey ancing, etc., at com fit purchaser. Terms to be compiled with l)rjen days from day of sale or the properly will be resold at risk and cost ot defaulting purchaser after three days' notice tnereor In some newspaper pub lished in Washington. D. C. charles schneider, louisTkettler, BP25-dAds TruKtecs. BOARDLNG. GOOD board, nice rooms, private fam ily: an conveniences; terms reasona- ble. r. : 13 1 -2 st. sw. se30-3t-e,m BOARDING-Bay .roonii opposite park, board. 602 B st. sw. window front with or without Ee30-4t ROOMS and board very reasonable for gentlemen or man and -wife. 1724 14th st. nw. se28-3t MRS.LIPSCOMBJboardinghouee. 705 C at. sw.; nice rooms. scl9-10l FOB SALE LOTS. FOR SALS There will be no belter time to get a bargain in real estate iP?5 5.w- "e are offering a few lots, 24.6x13b. well located ne.. on terms to suit purchasers, at S300 per lot: near cable cars. Secure a .home site. Call for pint and full Information. JNO. F- WAGOA MAN. 700 14th St.. room 4. se21-14t FOR SALE MISCE1VLANEOTJS. FOR SALE A good sound pair of mules, farm wagon and tlopboiler; cheap. Call, 300 O nw. ie28-3t. FOR SALE Cheap. Colt hammer gun; goou as new; can bo seen at SCOTT'S CIQAIt STOUE, 4 1-2 and Pa. ave. nw. . se28-3t FOR SALE A corner store and dwell ing, brick, southeast, former price $3,500, now $2,B00; terms $500 cash, balance monthly. C. BOYEU & BON. 214 7th st. sw. ge28-3t FOR SALE Grocery in northwest, do ing goou business. Inquire 491 O st iw. ' Ec28-3t . DAYTON, mare, and harness, all In-I excellent condition; must do boiu at once. Apply 727 3d tt ne. te28-3t ONE carload of horses from Shenandoah nUcyr guaranteed Virginia horses or no sale; workers and drivers: moderate prices. DOUGHERTY A LASKEY. 109 11 St. nw. sc2G-7t CHEAPEST P'ace in Washington to buy tuncy pigeons. 715 10th st. ne.; call after 4 p. m. spi27-7t FOR SALE:Bargains In wagons, car nages, traps, harness and buggies, both new and second hand: also 2 horses. 027 D st. nw. el 4-1 m FOR SALE Cigar store nt 503 lOUi at. nw., cheap, stock will Inventory price; laundry agency will pay rent. se29-3t FOR SALE pretty 14-foot sail ing lauoe. 30; vcrjr fast and stanch; 3 sails: oars, etc.; a bargain. Apply RITTER'S BOAT HOUSE, foot of 6th tt. sw. Be29 2t FOR SALE-Foldiug Md. ae. sw. bed. 1015 se29-2t FOR SALE Bakery and confection ery; must sell before October 1. at any price. 2223 14th st. nw. se29-3t FOR SALE Fine horse, eight years old, sixteen minds high, sound: buggy and harness, cheap. E. A. UUAUNER, 907 II st nw. se29-3t FOR SALE Entire furniture of 10 rooms, all new; for sale by October 1; no reasonable offer refused. Address 207 Cm. Ii w. fe2C-7t 1NSUHANCE STATEMENTS. STATEMENT of the coi.dition of the II. S. BRANCH of the NORWICH UNION Finn 1NSUUANCE SOCIETY, ol Nor wlcb, England, on the 20th dav of June, lfc95, as required by act of Con gress, approved July 29, 1M)2. Gross assets $2,020,330.87 Total liabilities 1,34 1,315 40 Current expenses for six months, ending June 30, 1895 2G1.S79.89 A. F. LOSEE, Branch Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me Ibis 27lh dayot August. 1895. (Seal.) JOHN A. HILLERY. Nniarr Public. New York ell v ncd county. FOB EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE Excellent ne. Improved property, a. m. i.. for good farm within thirty miles of Washington. R.J. MARSHALL. 511 1Kb stnw. se24-6t FPU HUNT STABLES . FOR RENT SUible rear of 1122 18th si .nw.: 3 per month. W. R. COI1EY se25 6t ATTORNEYS. CAMPBELL CARRINGTON. Atloruey-at-Law, Webster Law Build ing. 505 D st nw., "Washington, D. C. Residence. No. 3, Mount Vernon Flats, er.,- v v .r. nnd 9lh st.nw. selfl-lmo INSUH ANCE STATEMENTS. STATEMENT of the condition or the Phoe- nix Murunl Lite Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn., on Die 20th day of June, 1895, as required by act of Congress, ap- j proved July 29, 1892. asbiiis. Real estate Cash In bank and iu com pany's office Bonds and mortgages (first lien on real estate) Stocks and lionds (market value) Bills receivable nnd collat eral loans Premiums uncollected and in hands of agents Interest due and netruopVn June 30, 1895 77T.. Premium notes and loans on company's policies LIABILITIES. $923,500 56 ! 102,420 06 5,758,017 38 2,116,883 30 5,600 00 272,203 15 128,628 73 696,661 Q7 Other nubilities, January 1. 1895 $147,479 43 Reserve premium fund, Jan uary x, i.o;io.... .... .... Reserve for unpaid losses and claims Net surplus Statement of dividends and ex pcnsesforslxmonths end ing June 30, 1895. Dividends Currentexnenses 9,490,894 00 56,533 00 6G9.078 82 51.810 66 198,109 51 j.n. Hu.urrresiuent. CHAS. II. LAWRENCE. Sec retary. Subscribed and sworn to la-fore me this 25th dnv of September. 1895. FRED. F. SMALL. Notary Public. JAMES S. JORDAN, General Agent, Booms 41-42. Washington Loan and Trust Company building. 900 F st. nw. It CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY, of Hartford, Conn. Statement July 1. 1895. Capiiaistock.lullpaid.... $l,COO,OOn,00 Cash assets 3,031,899.35 All liabilities. Including reinsurance reserve 1,509,721.58 Deposits, no debts 184,250.00 Dividends, past 6 months. 50.0L0.00 Exiiciics. past 6 months . 324.,283.37 I certify to the correctness of the fore going. CHARLES R. BURT. Secretary. Sworn to lieforeme this 26th dav of spts tcniber. 1895. J. H. THACKKR. Hartford. Conn. Notary Public. EDUCATIONAL. National Ecmeopamic Medical College Has removed to the new college buildiBK, No. 625 Massachusetts avenue northwest The regular course of lectures for the session of 1895-6 will begin October 1, at 730 p. m Ihe Introductory address will be made by tlieprcsident, Zalman Richards. esq., followed by Prof. J. T. Hensley, M. D., Dean of Faculty. The public is cordially invited to be present. Students desiring to matriculate can get announce ments and Information by applying to the registrar at the coUege building. The Treo dispensary for the treatment of all diseases opcu dally from 2 to 5 p. m. Dental Infirmary, 10 lo 12 and 2 to 5 p. m. By order or the Board or Trustees. ZALMAK RICHARDS, president Ee24-10t THE DUNT0NIAN Eleofapioal Institute, HUTCHLVS BUILDING. 10TH AND D 8TS. N. W. We teach electricity in science and ap plication. Applied mechanics. Mechanical draughting and designing. Full labora tory aud practical shop courses. Latest and best methods. Not the "ouly school In the world," but the best In Washington. Opens October 2. Call at Ihe office for full particulars, or address the principal, GEORGE EDW. DUNTON. LAD X STUDENTS ADMITTED. se24-lm 8H0ETHAND A SPECIALTY. By H. O. Tanner, Granite bldg., corner F and Ninth streets. Call or send for cir cular, re 17-1 mo MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE COLUMBIAN TJNIVEBS1TY. 1325 H St. nw.. Washington. D. C. The seven tvfonrth cession begins October 1, 1895. The lniJ troauctciry lecture win ne delivered by Dr. W. W . Johnston nt 8 p. m. October 1. Regular dally lectures at 5:30 p. m. Every facility for clinical and '-Oioratory work. Laboratories open day and even Jng. DR. D. K. 8 BUTE. Dean. 1120 New York are . DE. E. A. DE 8CHWE1N1TZ, Secretary Treasurer. elT-lmoi 1328 H at. SW. EDUCATIONAL. Georgetown University, (Founded ITS!) school of law FACULTY. Eer. J. HAVENS RICHARDS. 8. Prelsdent of Ihe UnivpTsltv Hon. HENRY II BUOWN. LL D. (Justice Supreme Court of the United States). Lecturer or. Admiralty Jurisprudence. Hon. MABTIN F MORRIS. LL. D. (Associate Justice Court or A ppeals of the District of Columbiai. Lecturer on Constitutional and Interna tional Law and Compara five Jurisurudencc. Hon. BETH SHEPARD. LL. D. (Associate Justice Court of Aprcals of the DIM rlct of Columbiai. Lecturer on Ihe Law of Corporations ana Eculty Juritprcdci ce. Hon. JEREMfAH M WILSON. LL. D.. Lecturer on iLc Law ,.r Rial Lstale aud the Law of Evidence. J08EPI1 J.DARLINGTON. LL D., Lecturer on the Law of Personal Prop erty aid Contracts GEORGE E HAMILTON. LL D . Lecturer on Practice. Testamentary Law old Fc ully pti oc'lng and Practice. B. BOSS PERRY. A M.. LL. D., Lecturer on Common Law Pleading. Crimi nal Law. ai d Driueflic Relations. Bc-Y. BENE HOLAIND, 8. J.. Lecturer on Natural Law. TALLMADGEA LAMBERT. LL.D.. Lecturer on Civil Law. . CHABLEB A. DOUGLASS. Esq.. Lecturer on the Law of TortB nnd Negotia ble Paper. Circuit Court: MICHAEL J. COLBERT. A.M. Coo rt of A ppeals Messrs. TA LLMADOB A. LAMBERT. JOD BABN'ARD. and HENRY WISE UAKNETT. SAMUEL M YEATMAN. A. Secretary and Treasurer. M, The twenty-sixth animal session of the School of Law opens WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1895. at 6:30 p .in., in Its commodious, specially designed Law School Building, Nos. 506 and 508 E Blrect northwest, when the Introductory lecture will In delivered and anuounce tnenta made for the ensuing terra, pres ent and prospective students, aluuinl and all others' Interested in legal educa tion are cordially Invited to be present The secretary can be seen in his of fice In the law building daily after September 13, from 6 to 7 p. ro.. for in formation, enrollment, etc. Those pro posing to connct-t themselves with the school for tlw ensuing term are request ed in enroll their names before the open ing nigtiiand liius avoid the delay mciuent to that occasion. Circulars giving the course of study, terms, etc.. ran lie obtained at book stores of W. II. Morrison's 8ons. 1326 F street northwest: LowdermillcA Co.. 1424 F street norhtwest. and John Byrne A Co.. 1322. F street northwest and at W. S. Thompson's drug store, 703 Fifteenth street norUi west, or on application personally or by letter to the undersigned. 8. M. YEATMAN. Secretary. Georgetown University School of Medicine. The Cour.e of Lectures will begin MON DAY', September 30. 1895- The inaugural adilre33 will be (riven bySUR GKOX-aENKllAL GEORGE it SlERNBtUG. U. S A. In Jeferenco to the wlSUes of many this will talco place at b p. m., at the College Duild lng,94 Ii street northwest The public, iaclud Inir ladles, Li eordlally Inrited- ror further particulars and announcements aadreas tae Dean, G. I MAGIU'nEK. M- D. ci5 Vermont arenua. Telephone 334. Cfn hours until 10 a. m., 3:3) to 5 p. m. sep!8-r.'t INSTRUCTIONlnarchltecturaldraw lug and niaineinatics; tuition moder ate. Address DRAFTSMAN, Times office. sept-4-7t THE XJedlca! Department ot Howard University w ill Le opened with en ad dress bv Pror. E Oliver Belt.M.D., on Tues dav. Oct In, at 7:20 p. in., at tl.ecol'cge building. The prolossion and pubhcai" In vited to Le pretent r.t.27 Gt THE Sledical Department of Howard University will be ofvJicc! with an ad dress bv Prof E. Ollverllelt M. D., on Tues day. Oct. 1. at 7:30 p. in., at tl.e college building. The profsiou and public are ln vlted to be present. 6e27-Ct 00NZA0A COLLEGE FOR DAY SCHOLARS ONLY. CUz&Ical. tctentifleand Business Conrsss, Military Drill and Uniform. Terras 510 er quarter. Kov. CUUNEUL'S GILLESPIE, 3. X. President WIMODAUGHSUJ. -328 I st nw. tia-soos begin Oct 1; English branches. Business classes. Elocution, Journalism, Literature, Dancing. Delsarte. French and German. ADA L. SMITH. Supt sclO-tf GUNSTON INSTITUTE. 1212 and 1214 I4itistnw. Fourth session oien Sept. 25. MR. and MRS. B. R. MASON. sel9 lmo Washington School of Expression. ilETZEUOTT MCbIC II ALL. K-treet entrance. Voice a specialty. Pan omimlc train! n; and Fflj-sical Cultura Best mothoJi Intlorso'i hy Yale, Harvard, UniTeralty of C&lcagn, and others, bend for annoncement- WM. E. MOWKLIL Principal. The Howard Tnlecrslty LawScaool (Founded 1&7) Will open TUESDAY, Oct 1. at C:50 p. m. TUI TION FREE For circulars conla ninr farther information aadMss JAMESF. PUNDY. tocre tnry Offleo in Law School BniUIng. 4.0 Sth st nw. The school is open to all, WITHOUT DIS TINCTION OK RAUEUU iEX. who ara over 13 yearsof aseanJi09ieas proper qualiflcatiom NATIONAL Academy ofl'liie Arts Drawius unci Painting. Thorough in struction for artists, teaeuers, decorators, designers. Illustrators, parents nnd children, in ever bramh or art. Portraits to order Inevery style, from $10 to $3,000. Old or iffiured pictures cleaned, varnished. restored, in tue most suuitui manner. &u E st. nw. sC22 tf a r a ti'R'TYT'v OF THE HOLT i;ttuoo, 1J1A aiar&aciluseuB avenue. Washington, D. C. A day school foryounj ladies aud little girls, hi addition to a thorough course in English. French. German and Latiu,spcclaladantagesareofferetit Ftudents in thenrt and musical departments. A klndergarteu will be opened in connec tion wllh the academy. sel3-lm -rtf.?. T TnTn E. . ...T:-r ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. Vt ave. and Thomas circle, reopens Its fall term Monday, Sept. 9. Apply or send fur year book. BROTHER FABRICAN. se3-lmo NORWOOD INSTITUTE A Borne and Day bchool for Girls. 1761 N st , near Connecticut ave. MRS. WM. D. CAUELL. ' sel7-lm Principal SPANISH Is the most beautiful of all languages and'the easiest to lenrn; you an read, write, and converse In twenty lessons. Address ESPANOL, tins office. sc23-7t CHINA PAINTING-A . ".styles. In eluding Dresden flower, landscape; French figure work and gold 1-cor.iln-ii, taught by MISS 11ICKOX. studio 459 G st nw. se2i-7t WAST to he Independent Learn the easy, profitable branch of art I teach. Takes very few lessons: costs very little. ART TEACHER, 806 lltli st. nw. se29-lt THE CO HCOR AX GALLERY O F ART. The Art Bchool connected with the Corcoran Gallery of Art will be opened on Monday, October 7, 189S. Applications for admission must be made at the I7tlist. entrance. By order, F. 8. BARBARIN, Curator. fe30-6t MDMrMiLT Pupil ot Francesco LnmperUe.. ot Milan. Studio nt residence, 1410 15th at nw. el7-lmo "LADY teachers" desire dancing pu pils: terms, with music, $5 for course of 6 private- hours: class. S.1 8 lessons: coll dren $3 per quarter, references. Address ELITE, this offleo- e28-2t EDUCATIONAL. OLIVIA INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY Nowopanfor therocopllonof students. CHEMISTRY. I Prof. Charges E. Monroe, Ph. D. BOTANY. .. William R. Smith. Supt. Botanical Garden, U. S. A MATERIA MEDICA. Nancy D.Richards, M. D. PHARMACY. John F. Creen, Inst. For runner. Information apply at residences Maple Squr, S. a Are. and tltibtiE. The Columbian . University, WASHINGTON. D. C, REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D PresiderJi Examination of Candidates for Admission to College. Medical, and Dental Schools. September 20 and 21". College Session begins September 23. Session of Academy begins September 23. Session of Medical School begins Oo tober 1. Session ot. Dental School begins Oo tober 1 . Session of Scientific School begins Oc tober 2. Session of Law School begins October 3. Session ot Graduate School begins Oc tober 4. THE I'HEFABATOHY SCHOOL. Tiinrougti prepurntlon for the Col lege, tor tile .scientific School, for tlii'Niirul mid Military Academic, nnd for bU!lnod. TUE COLLEGE. FullCIiissiCfilniidScientlflcCourKCs. 0K-n to Kivnlents. ot botli Hoxes. THE COHCOHAN SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL. Fortyeven Profp-fsors nnd In structors; t weuty-ttiree full de imrtinentM; twelvu full courses ol Htudy. Special ntudents udmltted. THE LA IV SCHOOL. Tive-lvo profovorH, Including two Awsoclute' )u-tlcCM of tile Enlted, State Supreme Court. THE MEDICAL SCHOOL. Thirty profi-4-.or-M and assistant. The course Is four years. THE DENTAL SCHOOL. Seventeen facilities. professors; The. course unusunl i three yi-ars. THE GIIADrATE SCHOOL. Cour.ess of ndvunced in-ctrnctlon. leading to M. A.. M. S.. C.E., E. E., mid 1'h. D. For catalogue descriptive of the several courses addres.i ROBT. H. MARTIN, fcecretary. TnE LAW SCHOOL FACULTY. REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D President a he HON. WALTER S.COX. LL. D.. Dean, (Associate Justic-e ot the Supreme Court or the District or Columbia,) Proressor of the Law of Real Estate, ot Contracts, and of Commercial Paper. The HON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL. D.. (Associate Justice tt the Supreme Court of the United States.) Professor of the Constitutional JurisprUj dence of the Tlmlt-d States, of the Law of Domestic Relations, of Per sonal Property and of Torts. The Hon. WILLLVM A. MAURY, LL. D.. (Sometime Assistant Attorney-General of Ite United states.) Professor of Ejaity Jurisprudence, of Com mon Law and Equity I'leaduig. and ot the Law of Evidence, and the Jurisdiction and Practice of the U. S. Courts. The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL. D.. (Associate Justice or the Supreme Court of the United States.) Professor ot the Law of Corporations. Pror. G. H. EMMOTT. LL. M, (of the Jo'iim Hopkins University.) Lecturer oil the Civil Law. HENRY E. DAVIS. LL.M.. (Sometime Alstar.t Attorney or the Db trict or Columbia, i Lecturer on the History of Law. WILLLVM F. MATTINGLY. Esq.. (of the Washington Ear.) Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law. The Hon. ANDREW C. ERADLEY. (Associate Justice of the Supreme Court or the DUlnct Tit Columoia.) Lecturer on Criminal Law and on Criminal Pleading and Practice. The Hon. BENJAMIN BUTTERWORTH. (Sometime United States Commissioner of Patents.) Proressor or the Law of Patents. WILLIAM G.JOHNSON, LL.M, (or the Washington Bar,) Professor or Legal Catechetics, Common. Law Practice, and Judge ot the Moot Court. COURT OF APPEALS. WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY. Chief Justice. HENRY' E. DAVIS. CIIARLE" W.NEED. HAM, Associate Justices. RObERT U. -MARTLV. fcecretary and Treasurer. EMERSON INSTITUTE I Young's Academy.) SELECT CLASblCAL ANi) MATH& MATICAL. School for Young Men and Boys. 914 14th ft. bet 1 and K. .. Begins lis forty-fourth scholastic year Sep ieinher23 Tias sciiool lias ,i national repu tatlon,andi3rcco;nlzedasoi,eof theleadlni; preparatory schools ot this country. It prepare tor sll the universities, colleges and FCientlflc 6chools. for the United States Mthtarv and Naval academies, and for busi ness. Thegraduatcsof thisschooltakehlga rank wherever they go. Mr.EdwlnH. Foster will contlnuclncharga of the Junior Department For circulars, etc.. address CHAS. B. YOUNG, Pb. D.. scl7-lm Principal and Proprietor. Mount Vernon Seminary CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STREETS. WASHINGTON. D. C. A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS. Twenty-first year opens TUESDAY, Oc tober first. Large and attractive build ings, thoroughly cduipicd with everv re quisite of a relined home and a progres sive school Applications for ndnilfsion of pupils to the day school may lie matleaf terSeptember fifteenth, liefn cell the l.curs of ten and one o'clock each morning MRS ELIZABETH J. SOXIERS, se27-3mo PrinclpaL Education Below Cost For young men. in 12 branches of study; every one a bread-winner: evening sessions only at the Young Men's Christian Associa tion Business Schi ioI.2d floor. Lc-n man build Ing. 1425 New York ave. nw. Call r-Tfull particulars. se25-lm. PAINTING lessons, by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mctlhinney. 425 4th st. nw.; day and evening classes: terms moderate. sept27-7t 1864. Education For Real Lire isas For Sons and Daughters. The SpeDcerlan Business College. National Bank ot the Republic Bulletins, cor. 7th aud D nw. Dayandnlghtscsslons. The thirty-first echolastic year ot this popular institution begins Monday. 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