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THE EVENINtt TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 2, 1898. One Gent Per Word One Cent Par Word One Gent Per Won One Gent Per Word One Cent Per won One Gent Per W0R9 One Cent w IfoadrartUoinaat lais thaa 10. ttoadvartlsemcnt teas than 10. ho advertisement lass than 10 KoadTertUemeat less than 10a KoadTertlaententlesi than 10a. Koadrartlaaraaat laaa than 10a. KoadTartlaanaant lasi than 10a. tr PS HELP TV-ANTED MALE. WANTED-Coot and butcher, to do circus work. Apply A. G. PAGE, chef. Buffalo BUI Show It WANTBD-3 Ilrst-class plumbers; call .it George F. McAvoj'h Plumbing Bliop. 1332 11 st. iiw., cor. 141U st. uvr. Hem "WANTED-Tile lettcre; at once. Ap ply JOHN HOWL1NUS, 1331 F st,nw. lt-em. WANTED-l" exjierlenced men for a. noutenoid ncccisily, balary and com mission. Apply ana atn st. se. Item WANTED-A boy. who lias liaO some. experience in wrapping bundles. LlSh. MAN mtOS..cur.7lh and B sls.nw. - It WANTED-Tto rlrst-class coat mak- erentonce. J.D.UUUNSCO..0thand G sts. nw. "Cl- tf WANTED-Boys with gwd roprano loiecs, also two tenors and two bassos for tlie vested choir of St.Mark'sChurch.on Capitol Hill. To lovers or good English church music, an excellent opportunity Is ottered. Apply to the choirmaster. UK. mux k. iaicki:r. 107 ctbst. ne. It WASTED-Good liarber. 1715 1-2 Tin st. nw. It WANTEDA business llrm desiring a temperate, industrious man, with first class business and clerical Qualifications, splendid recnmnijiidaiions. Auuress iii, this office. oc2-3t WANTED-A Rood husbcliujn; also a hoy bating a few jcars' experience at tailoring at L. HORGAN'S, 80b K st. nw. 2:it WANTED-4 bustielinan. tnu)h.,cor.7th audKntv. EISEMAN. It WANTED- Good cauvassers; ?G salary per week and commission. Call in morning, 733 7th st. iw oc-2 3t WANTED-WWI' ooJ" between 15 and lo lor -lore wort, smart and intelli gent. AddresV.T..Ihtsolficc. It WANTED ItoyloworkiuplatingshoiJ. l.l.MLK U. CATLIN Ac WU.t CC-niliU Power Station. WANTED- Plenty ofmalehclpon hand at 3Ub ci t. nw. Mrs. L. C. MOORE. ocl-3t WANTED-Painter: call ' night, sol D st. uw. o'clock to-lt-em WANTED-2 good tin and shc-etlron workers. Appl to M. B. MITCHELL. 8108 M. ectl-2t-eni WANTED-Afinl s on ludiisi rl.i t Insur ance hustings; good salary made by ex periences! and reliable meu. Apply to JAB W. YA'tES, Guardian Life. 1324 F st. nw. octl-2t TV ANTED Ancxperlenctil scourer and prevser; also, an apprentice to learn the trade. Apply at once to. 03 1 D st. iiw. oel-2t WANTED-Canvassers, first-class man inakri too a month: call at once and see ME. WEISS. 43S Olh St. uw.. from o to 10. Se26-7t DELI" WANTED FEMALE. WANTED-While cliaiulicnnaid. 730 Uili si. n; lt-eni WANTED- Tt'cAmcrlcaiiEmpIoyiiieut Age-lie.,-- lias a number of piaccs for women; no charge unless places are te cured. 730 11th st.nw. 1 t-eni WANTED-2 apprentice m first-class dressmaking; call between G and 7 p. m., at17J3 tn st. nw. oct2-3t-cm WANTED-Colored woman cook and uui'i liaiiwcnnaid. 730 lltli st. nw. lt-eni WANTED-A good girl for general Uousettori.. Apply between 8 and 10 o'clock this morniuug, 433 N. Y.ate. nw. lt WANTED-Girl for housework in fam ily oi two, no washing. Apply after 5 at ai." Morgan st. nw. It WANTED White, girl for genual mksa'i; small family; no washing; must have references. Apply at oucc, 305 G st. nw. 1 WANTED-A 'eat girl for general Housework; rets, required. 418 Olh st. nw. It WANTED-Good hand"! for sewing. jTil . t ui.r'. 1 824 7th -t.nw. oct2-2t WANTED-A girl for general house work aim do washing in a family of two: $10 month. Apply, any day before 12, 700 12th st. ne. It WANTEB-An experienced inrant's nurse vim best rels. 1820 Corcoran st oc2-2t WANTED-Neat girl, white pufcrred, to assist in light housework and care for two children; no nnshiug; must stay nights; ri'fs Apply 233 It St. ne., Ecklug ton. lt WANTED A woman to cook, wash, and iron: must slay at night, and bring reference Apply 1325 21st street nw. 1 t-cni. WANTED-A reliable white girl to do gtntr.il housework; must stay nights. dU.it 210 N Y.ate. nw., between" and4 o'clock. :uul bring rcft-ri nces. octl-3t WANTED-A while girl, for house work ui.d assist in kitchen. Must b a good washer and Iroucr Apply at 1827 14ih si nw tf.-cm. WANTED-Home Prntcctiv Agency has places for help every day wita food references. All capacities. blO lllu t. n. w. set-lmo DCLP TVANl'ED-llALB FEMALE. AND WANTED-l'lares for while and colon-el cooks, chambermaids, laund resses and waitresses BKOOKE IN DUSTRIAL AGENCY, 712 13lh tt. uw It WANTED-Sopntao and tenor toiccs loraxirsi-ciassi'rotestaiitchoir. Bend 0dress to CHOIU. I'll-, office. oc2 3t WANTED-A II kinds of help furnislu4 iree oi c uarge. In or out of the city, by Mils. l.c. Mod im:.;:oo tist. nAv. octi-;u WANTED Smith Premier Typa wilier oiieratora and stenographer! directed to position. Operators de filing to familiarize themselves with new Ko. 2 Smith Piemior Typewriter call THE SMITH PEEMIEU TYPEnUTEB CO . Ko 1416 F gt. nw. Jy31-tf SITUATION WANTED-HALL. WANTED-Place as saleman, porter, or ilrier, store, commission house or dairy; varied experience; reference; stcnd liabils: can command trade Ad dress J. W. I., this office. ltini. WAKTED lly a yciung man, 20 years o'o, work or any kiici; siieaKS Ter- to; sin nglish. man. hri-rih. and little Addrcss N.T., thisolfice. It -tin WANTED-Employment of any na ture b a 'oung man, 28, ambitious, will-educated, good, rapid penman. Ad-iIr-s.-ilIOOi:Al!l.i:.tliisofficv. lt-om WAHTED-l'lacc as waiter In hotel or nmat" family. Address WA1TEK, 907 4lh st. nw. It EXPERIENCED cake baker wishes stead situation. Address N. P.. this office. It WANTED-Uy a gentleman, pofilion eiiliereiencal or general, where can earn $10 or $12 week. Address G., this o'fice. oc2-3t WANTED-Situation by experienced tailors' cutter; out of town preferred. GO.t I st. nw. oc2 3t "WANTED Young man, -wllh office, ilc-slres agency for a good article. Ad dress ENEKOET1C, this office. oc2-3t WANTED-A place in restaurant as oyster cook; white; refs. 800 0th fit. nw. oc2-2t WANTED Pcwition by No. 1 book keeper; best refs. Address ACCUIIATE, Times office. Item WANTED-Situation as first-class Hotel baker. J. K., this office. ocl-21-cni WANTED-Df ambitious. ex-High hchool outh, age 18, situation in office. Address OFFICE, this office. It-cm "WANTED Position by machinist and engineer: best refs. 12403thst.se. It-cm WANTED-.l young ma nwould like a place in a private family to run a, furnace or as house servant; can furnish ref. Address U. T.. this office. ool-4t WANTED By a young man, work of any kind, not afraid of work. Plrasa address F. S.. this office. octl-2t SOBER, careful man desires position as fireman or engineer; finest possihlo ref. from last employers. Address JOHN MOX- GOLA, 417 tl nw. se30-3t-cm "WANTED By young roan (23), to learn the butler business. Address KEN, this office. Ec30-3t-cm WANTED-riaco aa first-class cook m hotel or restaurant. Address 128 C su trr. se30-3t EXPERIENCED doming salesman wants position; good reference aa to Sbilltr. etc.-AddreaaG.. tela office.- SrTRATlONS WAKTED-FEMALE. WANTED-By " young lady, place as cashier, 3 years' ezperlenee. Ad- dress E. E.L.. thisoff Ice. oc2-3t,e,m WANTED-Bf colored girl, general housework or nurse; small family. 1420 M st .nw. c,c2-2t-cm WANTED-Uf a widow, lighlpoellion in ramil for board or low wagca. WIDOW, this office. oc2-lt V ANTED By Gerrhaii girl, situation as housekeeiier for bacnelor or for smallprlvnte ramily,' Address S1I8S MIN NIE, 702 Florida e. nw. oc2-3t WANTED-Uf a 3 oung lady; posi tion us tjpewrUcr. jnr easluur. Ad dress G II.. this office. oc2-3t MIDDLE-AGED woman wishes po sition as housekeeiier or curse, has ref erence. AridrtKM. P. M UiUciinre. It WANTED IV Josephine Berry , a place to nurse or do light washing and ironing or house cleaning Call at No. 337 Oak st. i.w., LcDrolt Park. oc2-lt WANTED'-Uf soprano, a. position tn ciiurcn choir; has had experience In choir work. SlfGEtt, this office. oc2-lt WANTED-llf a dressmaker sowing to uu by the day or at home. No. 341 Md. are .sw. pc"-2t TV ANTED By respectable colored girl placo as chambermaid or waitress. Call No. 1149 Harden court nw. oc2-lt WANTED Washing and ironing to do at home. Address 21-2 Sill st. nw., above Grant ave. octl-2t WANTED-Br it colored woman, a puce .is cook or gc-nerul housework. Apply 332 U st.nw. octl-2l-e.m SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. "WANTED By young -woman rroro Va., place aa cook, housekeeper or seamstress: can cut, fit and make silk -n .lists and all Kinds of undent ear for adults and children. Address lira. W., 712 N m. nw. c?l!t WANTED Place to do general liousc- work or iirsTclass chambermaid. Ad ilress E. J., this office. pc2-lt WANTED-Hy respectable colored girl oltlce rooms to clean Call No. 419 Washington st. nw. oc2-lt WANTED Oerman lady desires posi tion as governess; speaks Frcneb flu ently; best relerenccs, loreign andslty. MISH LINA KOCII. Govanstown, Md., Hallo, county. ocl-3t EUPLOTMENT Wanu-d by experi enced joungiady aHStenograplic-r.bixik-keeper, cnslilcror typewriter: satisfactory ref. and security. II. d., this office. sc.tu-.ii.em WANTED-Hf respectable colored gin place in private family as charu lierniaid and waitress. Address No. 1018 9th st. nw. lt-e.m WAKTED ItOOM-S. WANTED-Gentleman will gUe $20 miiuiti. naif In advaace.forgood board and room, nw., bet. Island 7th. Address Bos 3i)G e-ity post office. oc2-3t WANTED Bv two young ladles, in nw., one rur. bedroom, also small unfur. room and use. of parlor. Address 8. A. M.. this office. It WANTED-1 want part of house. 3 to 5 rooms, central, or will rent a house Jointly with some one. Address UEX. this office. ocl-3t WANTED-Thm or four Inrge unfur. rooms uw., with heat and gas; rent $20. Address MOTIIElt AND DA1IUH TEKS, this office. oc-1.2t WANTED-Bf October 1, two wcll- nir. rooms aim iioarci lor o auuus, iu nw.; within r or 0 Hoiks of the Interior; state particulars. Address MAIISIIALL, tliliofliiv fi'30-lt.e&m WANTED HOUSES. WANTED-rurnlstied house centrally located in uw. Address 225 A st. ne. oel -2t WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS. WANTED All kinds of old U. S. post age stamps. Department stamps espe cially desired. Highest prices paid. U. P. DCNKHOKST, 1005 7th St. nw. 8e30-3tcm WANTED-U. S. and foreign stamps and proof seta, at highest prices. A large and choice assortment for sale. C F. KOTJIFUCIIS. 350 1-2 Pa. ate. se2S-7fc WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-i'i"i bouses for sale and ri-nc in an sections of the city: send de scription and lowest iirice. or will call. W. K. ilcCOY, Iloom 34, Le Droit Building. oc2 3t cm TO exchange extension top double seated surrey lor canopt-lop trap or buggy. It. II. DAVIS, thuolfice. oct2-2t WANTED-To hire a horte aid light wagon lor canvassing for two or three w i-cks; mast bircebcap. Call 737 nth St. nw. oc2-lt WANTED-l'rapie wishing to favo moiej, Icullh and pain call Dr. Fer dinand Aguile-ra Dental Parlors, at i-09 4 1-2 st. sw.. He males you good fit at.d guarantees It lor ten cars. - oc2-lt WANTED-Mesmeric subjects. A gentleman interested In mesmerism would like to meet a number of genuine subject. They will find it to their interest to address 8. M., this office. oc2 3t WANTED Topurebnsea second hand puotogrnph burnlsbc-r; state size and price. AMATEUK. this office. oc2-3t WANTED-A milk route; about fifty gallons. Ue-plv. slating pric-e and loca tion. Address J. ll. 8.. this off Ice. It WANTED Pupils in voc-nl or instru mental music; lessons, 26c CON SC IF.NT1QU8. this office. It "WAN1-ED rotir b.srrtergasrangc;also 1 we-Ke looiextensloudiniug tJble;must lie cheap for crash. Apply OAs, this office. It WANTED-Good M-i-oml hand coffee inillaiidioii-addles. 8011st.nw. ol-2 WANTEn-Ulrls tn lieself-supportiEg: married ladies to lessen dressmaking bills by learning lo cut bj Merchant Tailor Square: particulars at school, 71s 12ih tt. sel4-tf WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint, WE STOP ALL LEAKS FKEE. Ami cbarro oulyfor ialutinz: trorkcuaraatoil I.AT. ItlinilitK Kuul TAIM' CO. WU bti an MISCELLA2TEOUK. IF YOTJ hate a store or other business j 0 j wish sold without publicity, caii. on me. W. K. McCOY, Boom 34. Le Droit Building. oct2-3t-em LACE curtains laundered by hand by an expert, from 35e. up; mall orders pronipti3-atiendod to. 10 c st. nw.oc2-3ti-m BEOPENING of Cottage Lunch and iiiiiiug v uu, corner i-a. ave. ann 1st sc nw., front!' 'Peace Monument; all meals first c lass at J serveel to order. se30-3t-em GUNS. Rifles, Kevoltcrs, loading tools, hunters' outfits, watches, jewelry, guitars, tiollns, banjos, mandolins, at about one-half regular dealers' prices at PAWN SHOP. No. 1003 E rt. nw". ocl-Grno WANTED-A1I should know Dr. Mary uortloii tells trulhfulness of friends, business deal, or matrimonial teuturc. Tells nllyour business attain with utmost truth; lost or stolen property; ccry hid den mystery revealed; makes speedy and happy marriages with the oue you love by proper adtice. Don't buy, tell, or go on a Journey until jou consult this glfled lady in person or by letter. She diagnoses your case by spiritual insight aided by a staff of competent physicians. Ladies may consult in confidence on all diseases peculiar to their sex. Office and residence. 1109 G st. nw. sc20 lru J. D. MEItniTT. Photographer, re moved to 4&y and 461 Pa. ave. nw. all work strictly first-class. sc28-lni JTTKT BECEIVED Fine lot young Cu ban parrots, guaranteed to talk: also monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold fish. docs, and far.-T pigeons. SCHMID'S. 712 12th st. nw.. branch 1221 Pa. avo. mvlO-tt ATTORNEYS. CA.MPBELL CAEEINGTON. Attoruey-at-Law, Webster Law Build ing. COD D st. nw., Washington, D. C. Residence. No. 3, Mount Vernon Flats, cor. N Y. ave. and flth st.nw. Bel9-ln FOR RENT-nALL. FOR RENT-Flue large hall. 7BX2B aeluitr prl-e C2f La. ave. se2G-10t WANTED FLATS. WANTED A 5 or Groom modem flat; convenient to 14th st. car lino. Ad- dress MODERN FLAT, this of nee. nelO-tf FOR SALE SUBT7BBAN. Sl.OOO wilt buy 60 acres; 4-room frame house; orchard of fruit; ruod feuce.s; on county road. Address J. L. BEACH. Stoneleisb, Fairfax county Va, It-eak e1 FOR BENT BOOMS. FOR RENT 809 Four-and a-balf su aw.; luruisbed or unfurnished rooms; beat, gas, and bath; w lib or w ithout bon rd lt-em FOR RENT Lafge, nicely furnished from, room; $10 per mouth; very cen tral;opnoalteCityHallPurk. 121-lthst.nw. oct2-3tm TWO large front rooms; bay-wlndo Ws, in desirable location nw.; furnished or unfurnished; to gentlemen; reference. Ad dresi lleiUSE, tins office. oc2-2t,c,m FOR RENT 225 II st. no., two or Uiree iuci-iyiura.aiu-droonu:iiearGovernmeht Printing Office; heat, gas aud bath; light housekeeping permuted. oc2-me-2t FOR KENT 3 nice rooms, unfurnished; sii per monin. -ii'J u si. nw. oc2-3t FOR RENT To a reliable couple, first liour, ror housekeeping. Apply on premises, 132S N. C. utc. Heat low to good tenant. r It FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, Willi uiuie board, beat; and gas. 110 O st. nw. It FOR RENT 1 front room, 2d floor. ixi, to gene; squares iroiu iipuoi, $5. Aoan-ss..ii4 aa si. ne. oc2-3t FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms, with or wituuut board. 222 3d st. se. It FOR RENT South ft-ont. alcove, well luriusiied room, suitable for twej, with or without iKjaril: kitchen, dining room; heat, gas, hot and cold water; terms rea sonable; prlvnte family of three adults. MRU. 8. K. PitlOIt. 433 O si. nw. It . FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms, 2u uud 3d floors; s.12 and $10. No. 1118 N. Y. ave. nw. It SOS hth st. nw., large front rooms.sccond lloor; near Patent Office; all conven iences. ocl2-2t FOR RENT 1 2d-floor rrotitroom and ballroom, unfur.; heat aud gas; private family; no children. 1400 Columbia st., cor. O st. oc2-3t FOR RENT Fur. $G to $12, In private mmiiy, bcautliul corner rooms, southern exjiosure; single and en suite; heat and gas; etc-rslhing first class; no children. 811 N. 0. ave. se. oc2-3t FOR RENT HI lth st. nw. Fur. rooms anicgoodboardalmoderaterates; large rooms w lib 2 at $4D per month; ball rcHinis at $20. It FOR RENT-No. j k. .st. ne. two handsomely lurnlsned rooms, with or without board; private family; convenient to Pension and Government Printing of fices; very low terms to permanent U-nants. oct2-4t FOR RENT Furnished parlor on first floor: one room each on second and third lloors: very reasonable lerms. Ad dress 012 1 2th nw. - lt Sl.SO and $2 00 per week, newly fur nished rooms; gas, bath; private family. 800 II St. nw. oct2-3t FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms; hot and cold bath; in private family; no. children. Apply to 6 18 Kst.ne. lt-eni FOR RENT Twolarge furnished rooms wiuiiic'atandgas;su!tubIeforgent!cnieii. Apply020 Oat. iiw. oc2-2t FOR RENT Two connecting rooms; furnished and heated. STEVENSON, 1C07 L st. nw. ocl-St-e-m FOR RENT Furnished, two desirable from rooms, 3 windows each. 221 North Capilolst- ocl-3t-em FOR RENT 2 desirable connecting roonn, together or separate, to gentlc menoulv. !i20 lath st.nw. se.lO-ilt-em FOR RENT Will re-serve 3 UPlier ruonii. nnil rent I12 balance of beautiful furnished 10 room house for board for voung couple; piano; Rhode Island are., coinenlcnt to 14th st. cars; southern es- posure. Address CAREFUL, tills omce. It FOR RENT Nlcclv fur. back parlor; also 1 roui nail room. 3 back rooms. 205 D St. nw. ocl-3t FOR RENT Three commodious, newly lujiert-ci rooms, fumisueci or uuiuriiisut-u, delightfully heated: baUi oil same floor; refs. 1'!.! IH....a o,- ,i,v fw..511 1320 RlggS St .UW. oc2-3t FOR RENT Very desirably situated large, corner, round, bay-wiudow. par lor; uurur. It desired; also handsomely fur. front, round and square baj -window rooms; flrst-c lass board, $15 per month; Lew house; hnndsome gilt paper throughout. Call 700 T st. nw. ocl-3t-cm FOR RENT 2 communicating 2d lloor rooms, fur. aud unrur. 715 11th st. nw. se30-2t-e,m TOD II st. nw. large unfurnished room. oct2-:tt FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms, .Id liour, near markets and cars, terms moderate- 435 K st. nw. ocl-3t FOR RENT Large, hauctsoiuely fur nished or uiiiuniLs:ie-d com. bay window parlors, separate or together; folding bed, heat, gas, and bath; suitable for di-ntlsl: none in vicinity; other rooms; furnished lull bedroom, ' per month. 215 !Hh st. sw.. near B. oc-l-Gt FOR RENT 3 uiifurnished rooms on luird lloor. 1138 10th st. ocl-3t FOR RENT Fur. or unfur. rooms on lingl'lwood ave. railway. Call after 6 p.m. 2514 7th st. nw. ocl-2t FOR RENT For housekeeping, three desirable unfurnished rooms, till 1st st. nw. ocl-Gt FOR RENT Plc-asautlurnished rooms; first and second flour. 102 1st St. nw. ocl-2t FOR RENT Desirable rooms: reason ante rates; quiet location. SIM Kith St. nw. ocl-3t FOR RENT Five large rooms. In cluding gas and water; $18 per mouth. 1C24 7th st.nw. ocl-2t FOR RENT 512 E st. nw., near Bth, desiraun- lur. parlors, alcove, sicgle or en suite; also, front rooms 2d and 3d floors; very central. se2b-7t. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms, sct-ond lloor; heat, gas, and bath; $12 per month. 38 It st. nw. References. ool-3t FOR "RENT A nicely furnished room, seeoud tioor front; nice locality; suit able for gent and lady or for two persons. 720 Gth st. nw. ocl-2t FOR RENT Furnished room, for $6 per luoiub, in private family. CO Mass. ave. nw. ocl-2t FOR RENT 1226 Mass. ave. nw., a ery desirable room on 2d floor. - ocl-3t FOR RENT 2 neat fur. or unfur. front rooms for ladies or gentle-men; suitable for light housekeeping if desired; couteiilent to electric or cable ear. 705 S st nw. se-30 -3t-e,m FOR RENT 512 E st., near 0th. de sirable lur. parlors, alcove, single or en suite: also front rooms 2d and 3d floors: vcrv central. re28-7t FOR RENT Bargain In rooms for housekeeping: also stable. Inquire drag store. 2.108 14tti st.nw. se28-;t FOR RENT -Fur. room for gentlemen; soMU per month :gas,balu.aiirihcat. 1014 liith st. irv sc27-7t FOR RENT Coal ui d w ood yard itb all the appliances for doing business; locatcdonapuliliclhoroughrare. B LEON ARD, 530 1-2 St. sw. fe29-7t FOR RENT Only $14.50. four large rooms 011 third floor for light house kceplng: heat, gas. 142 A pc. se30lt FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms; 2d lloor; bath, hot and cold water, worKt hcd mid jard; all for $10.50. No 61 P St. nw. se29-3t i?nn -HTArT, Fur. rooms for gentle- month: iras. bath men; Sto $10 per month; gas aim near. 1014 lOlh st. nw. sc29-7t TEMPLAR BOUSE. 207 Pa. ave. nw. Pleasant rooms; excellent board from S4 to $0 per week. se29-7t LOST. SIO reward -will be paid for Scotch collie; white nose, breast and legs. 1324 18th at. nw. lt-em WILL lady who found small cape on 9th st. Monday evening kindly return same to 602 Hlh st. nw. It A GOOD reward offered the finder of a Jady plain gold, double-case Wal tbani watch, with short chain and cross attached; cross plain on one side, carved on the other; lost on 7th, 14th, or Chevy Chase cars Sunday afternoon. Return to 409 O st. nw., or to the office of The Times. lt-em FOB SALE LOTS. FOR S ALE-An elegant building; lot, 100x96. suitable for flats or private residence, excellent locality: must be sold within a short time, price low; terms to suit. Inquire 010 F st. nw. oc2-ltcm F"OR SALE There -will be no better ume to get a uargnin in real estate than now. We are offering a few lots. 24.6x136. well located ne., on terms to suit purchasers, at $300 per lot: near cable cars. Secure a home afle. Call for plat and full informalirm. JNO. F. WAGUA aON. 700 lath at., roc 4, ae211m . PERSONAL. 1rar.rT. & sv'Wiuililnmtn'a oldest es- tab.uhcu anu reliable clairvoyant and medium, who tells you ell things and how to avoid all trouble: al bow to retain husband or lover. It In search of truthful advice consult him on all affair. He will not de ceive or mislead you and guarantees satis faction to all who seek bis advice. Fee SO cents. Hours. 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.; open Sundays. 489 H at-, bcu 4 1-2 and CtD ts. aw. &IXSS LIZZIE LUCAS. 1207 O st. nw., having returneil from New York, is rendy to show fall goods, and will give her personal attention to all orders. It A CARD Having this 1st day of October, 189S, purchased the Interest of Mr. John W. Morgan, of the firm of 1 Latimer, Morgan & Co., hereafter the Dtisiness win do earned on unner me firm name and style of M. B. Latimer & Co.. 1229 and 1231 G st. nw.. where the undersigned will continue a general auc tion business. Parties Intrusting their business to mc will receive my personal attention. No connection with any other house-. Respectfully, M.B. LATIMER. oc2-3tm 1229 and 1231 0 st. THE Wonderrul Remedy. Cancers cured without knife, pain or pay until cured; also carbuncles, piles; dropsy, by PROF. MARTIN RILEY. 467 Pa. av. nw. dt-ocS BEARING restored, ringing in ears stopped, catarrh 'cured Consultation free. Dr. GRACY. 1407 N. Y". ave. nw. oc2-lm J.T.WALKERSON8.:M lOthst. nw.. carpet lining, felu. fire brick and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, twoand three-ply roofing ruaterlaLapr21 tf MME.FRANCIS.ourtruefrieiHland spiritual uuvuter, ran help you In all cases of trouble when all other so-called mediums and fortune tellers fall. Call and be convinced: will not deceive you. Hours 9 to 9. 26c. and 50c to all. 324 East Capitol street. ocl-7t ai&fE 1st. f BOV8TON. BeDuty Special 604 12th at. uw.; nil blemishes re- movi-d. wrinkles absolutely effaced, and complexion inaoe perfect; no pain, no poisons: consultation free, daily 10 to 12 and 2 to 5. except Sunday. sc29-lmn BANK your dust with us and you'll be "In If," Just please comprehend that we are selling elegant custom-made suits, the Jcai bit worn, at Justn'a fig ures. JUSTU'S OLD STAND, C19 D St. nw. LADIES needing confidential treat ment. A safe and sure relief in all female trouble, constipation. Irregulari ties, tumor, cancer, opium liablt. fistula, etc Separate looms for patients before and during confinement, and find homes for infants if required. Strictly confiden tial. MRS. DR. RENNER, 16 Fourth st ne., near E. Capitol st . Washington. D. C je3tf MME. ESTELLE tells all events of life: gltes advice In domestic troubles: strictly confidential: and heals all kinds of sores, the latter for ladies only: hours. 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. 913 19th st. nw. PIANO lessoiw L. 8. MeElhlnney. No. 42o 1th t- nw.; experienced teacher; reduced rates selS-lmo DR. TAYLOR. 006 F st.nw.. makes toll seta of teeth tor $B; satisfaction guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain; cold filling. $1: amalgam. COc se4-tf OtTRgrcatestmedrumnudsDirltuatmcther. Dr. Mary Gordau, 'tells you ail things and gives a proper remedy for your trouble. Alwaisathome. 1109Gst.nw. se22-lm THE "3 DAYS" CURE FOR MEN. This rcuic-d) cures in 3 days or no charge. Consultation free. DR. .McKEE I1AN.71C 12tb itt.pw, sc2!-4t SlOO-rcward filr a rase of indigestion - or uysjpsla chit cannot be cured with Crump's Tonic tit Fruit and bplces. CRUMP M'F"G. CO.. CJ03 F St. nw. Send for circular. se29-7t AIME. BROOKS tells all the c-tcats of lire, all business confidential: ladles and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 0 a. m. to I) p. m. 603 New York avenue north west, near Sixth street. e-24-14t DON'T go ana fall off the earth, you should call on us and get a first-class custom made suit or otercoat, the "least bit" worn, at figures that'll make you want to live foretcr. JUSTU'S OLD STAND, 619 I) st. nw. oel-7t MME. PERBIN-Scientific palm istry; truest destiny reader of the age: events of past and future revealed with wonderful accuracy; hours 10 to 9. 515 19th st nw.. bet. E and F. sel3-17t FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Th.it four-story pressed brick Iront dwelling. No. 1426 11th sU nw., containing ten Inrge, pleasant rooms and bath room, with large yard front and rear, at $40 Ier month. Address JOHN C. FAY'. 1419 F st. nw. ocl-3t FOR RENT A well rumlshed house or fe rooms (4 bcslrix.ms), including a fine piano; carpeted throughout- Inquire of OWNER. 101 11th St. se. It FOR RENT Five new bay window brick house with six rooms, bath. Cellar andslahletowidealley. These houses must be seen to be appreciated. Any pc-rsou desiring a nice homo in southeast section willfinditliere. Nos.73Cto746 12thst.se. $18 per month each. A. IIEHREND. 617 E st. nw. oc2-7t FOR RENT FuruMied house: five rooms; lakoma Park, near electric ears.- Address TAKOMA, this office. oc-l-2t FOR RENT Three 6lory and liase- ment houie: furnished or unfurnished; In very eligible location, 1336 Vermont avenue. ccll-3t-cra FURNISHED houseforrent; l2rocms; or would sell lurnlture. Address K. this office. "lt-etu FOR RENT Dw-ellmgliouseanusiore, Belhesoa, Montgomery Co., Md.: easy terms Address A. COUNSELMANN. this office se27-7t FOR RENT FLATS. SUITABLE flats to rent, contenient to Capitol, cars convenient to any part of city. Cottage Lunch Room, cor. let am Pennf lvanla atenuenw. se30-3tem FOR RENT Leautilul 2d story flat ot 5 rooms and bath, heat and gas; $22.50. No. 7 2d st. ne. R. M. J. AT WELL. 204 E. Cap, st. se.10-3t BUSINESS CHANCES. Come to Um Right Away With Your llmclnc1! Piaccs. We are selling them off rapidly. No trouble to relieve you of yours if ou make tho price an object. And then remember there Is no publicity. Everything jousay to us is Just as sacred as with your own lawyer. Advertisement costs you nothing If wo decide to take your place tosellas this is a chance we take. Noother firmdocs the advertising that we do. This is an expense that can III be afforded when bargains arc oftered. Tlii3isallwe"seII, hence llieexpense of advertising w e do not consider. Let us have your buslness"plare If you can make itatabargainpriceanuwewillguaranteeto sell it. Nocliargctoyouunlesssaleisniade. T. O. ANDERSON & CO, Real Estate and Basinws Exchange, 9O7 G street northwest. '' FOR SALE Rare chance, a well equipped barbisr shop upon moderate terms: location unexcelled and trade alltbat could be desired; satisfactory reasons given for celling. Apply 410 51b St. nw. oc2 -3t i WANTED-LiWy ibartner Willi $100 in dining room. f.Widress DINING ROOM, this office. It FOR SALE-Cheap, 100 cords pine wood: will take; coal or horse and buggy in part payment; Apply PINE, this office. " oc-2-lt S2.GO will buy a saloon doing a good business: good reason for selling. Ad drcss BOX 27,1 his office. cct2-2t FOR SALE Grocery, meat and pro vision store; horse and wagon; good business location: reason of selling, 6iek ncss. Address QUICK, this office, ocl-at-em WRITE for latest pamphlet on Crip ple Creek gold mining stocks and weekly quotations of stuck market. Sent free on application to J. P. KANE & CO., Colorado Springs, Colo. ocl -20c Sll.OOO Stock of Dry Goods will sell for $5,000. A com plete inventory will be shown. This Is one of the greatest bargains of the year and must be sold at orce, as owner Is greatly In need of cash. T. O.ANDERSON & CO.. 1 1 907 G st-nw. FOR SALE Notion store, cheap for cosh: good location. 1425 P st. nw. ocl -2t FOR SALE Pork and bacon-cutting business, Tn Northern Liberty Markets extra fine f Ixturea. tools, etc: a rare chancn. Inquire at Butcher Stall No. 208. ocl -3t rOK SALE Saloon cheao izr. 7ih iT aw. e30-3t FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Black walnut bedroom, sat: inree uirees: two niarblo tops; lxt springs; $20. 2327 Pa. ave. lt-eni FOR SALE A valuable household ln eutiou. An article needed in every house, office and business place, will sell on sight, price reasonable. Address TOD, this office. oc2-2te FOR SALE Two folding bed suites; oak and ciieny; new oak sideboard: table uud chairs. Apply 421 4th St. nw. . oct2-3t-em FOR SALE Large, fine-looking car riage Horse; sound, senile; extension top surrey; harness, etc.; cheap. Apply421 4Uist.nw. oc2-3Wjm FOR SALE The cosiest and neatest lunch room In the city; good location and fair business; most satisfactory rea sons for selling. Address B. X. T., this office. oc2-2t FORSA.LE nandsom8Sldeboanl;first- oaM coiicution; cheap. Ib24 9Ui st. nw. oc2-2t FOR SALE Nearly new furnace and pipes, in iwrfect condition; used In a 12r. dwelllugr which is to be enlarged and heated by steam. Address FURNACE, this office. oc2-2t FOR SALE Barroom and 5-year lease; ennse, juness of owner; full Investiga tion solicited. -Inquire No. 1342 II st. ne. oe-2 3t FOR SALE $12 wire flower stand and scleral wooden ones. Half price. 8. E. PRIOR. 4't.l O U nw. It FOR SALE Grocery store and oyster stand. No. 131 1 II St. ne. oc2 3t FOR SALE An old-established but ter route, cheap; the owner Is too old for the business. Inquire at 912 I st. se. oc2-.1t FOR SALE Horse, phaeton, buggy and harness, very cheap. 1033 N. lt-em FOR SALE Butter route. I st. se. Apply 912 ocl-2t FOR SALE A fine pony, suitable for cuddre.i to ride ordrite: kind and fear less ot everything; also a fine young mare suitable for grocer) -wagon; also pliacton. light surrey and runner box. 1105 11th st. nw. ocl-3t ONE carload of horses from Shenandoah Valley: guaranteed Virginia horses or no sale: workers and drivers: moderate prices. DOUGHERTY A LASKEY. 109 II st. nw. sc-2G-7t CHEAPEST place In Vasbiitgton to buy iancy paeons. 715 10th st. nc; call niter 4 p. 111. sepl27-7t FOR SALE Bargains In wagons, car riages, train, harness and buggies, b"t!i new and second hand; also 2 horses. 927 I) st. nw. el4-lm FOR SALE-At a lmrgaln, a tfcrep story brick house cm 21st St. nw., near Pa. ave. nw.; all modern improvements. JOHN E. TAYLOR. 1213 F sU ocl-3t FOR S ALE Cheap, an old established ojrtcr saloon. Inquire Oil Pa. ate. so. ocl-3t FOR SALE Entire furniture of 10 rooms, an new; for sale by October 1; no reasonable offer refused. Address 2Q7 P st nw. seCS-Tt FOH SALE HOUSES. FOR S ALE- rress-brick, bay-window. 0 rms., mod. imps.. No. 832 lltb ne.: 1-2 sq. from cars; cost fc3.500; need money, will sell for $2,900: S75 rash; tiai S8 or $1 0 per mo. Address or ca 11 after 6p.m. P.E.M..16313dst.nw. lt.e-.m FOR RENT 020 N. Cave se, S rooms mid hr.ik stable, $35: 37 S St. nw.. new, ! roonn, $25; 60& ifith st.ne..6 reexns and cellar. $15 50; bl-l. store, corner l&tli and Te.-in. ave., ne., with 7-room dwelling, $16.50. F.J. DIEUD0NNE,Rooui2J, Ohio National Bank BMg. VVE bate an extensive map of Washing ton and liulletln'.a postal crd sent to us with your name and oddre&i trill find you In iwfsessinii of It. WM. U. SAUNDERS A CO.. 1407 F rt. fc2a-3t-od FOR SALE Very cheap, a beautiful new brick house on Columbia Heights: well built: all m, I.: Address J. B. G., this olfiee. se30-3t-em FOR SALE AlLangdon.it new frame house-, at a sacrlflev; oifer wanted. Addr.-ss SACRIFICE, this oice. r"S -1 lOll EXCHANGE. HAVE a gent's good silver, best works, watcti tn exchange for fair bicycle. Address F. P.. this orfn-e. oc2-2t AUCTION SALES. RATCLIFFE, SUTTON A CO.. Auctioneers, Successors to Ratcliffe, Darr& Co. TRUSTEES' SALE OF A FRAME HOUSE ON SUMNER AYE..ANACOSTIA. D.C. By virtue of a deed of trust, duly record ed in liber No. lt42. folio No. 461 etseq., one of the land records for the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigntsl trustees will offer for sale by pablie auction in front of the premises, on MONDAY, the 14th day of OCTOBER, A. D. IbU6,at So'clockp m., the following-described real estate, to wit: The west thirty five (35) reet on Sumner avomie. by the depth of the eastern one half (1-2) ot lot nine (9t in section eight (oi of the Barry farm, together wiui the im provements, rights, etc. Terms: Cash, a deposit of $5b being required upon acceptance of bid. THOMAS FRANCIS. JR., WILLIAM M. BECKER, oct2-dAd3 Trustees. C. G. SLOAN & CO . Auctioneers, 1407 G Street. Bv virtue of a certain deed of trnst .dated theSIXTH DAY OF JANUARY. 1890, and duly recorded In Llbcr 1452. Folio 205. et seq.. one of the Land Uecords of Hie District ot Columbia, and at the request ot I the party secured thereby, we will sell at j public nurlion In front of the premises, ! on WEDNE8UAY. 0CT0I1EK 2, 1805. at 4 n'ciocK p. m.. the following described land aud prenil-es. being lot lettered "C." in Both well's subdivision In square numbered 452, together with all the ip provcuicnts. ,cc. Terms: One-third cash:balarce In one and two years frotii day of sale, bearing Inter est nt 0 per cent, per annum, and secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or ! all cash. A deposit of 5100 required at time of sale. All eonveyaucliig and re- j cording at cost cr purcl'aser. Terms 10 be complied vtith In 15 clays from day of sale, otherwise trustees reserve the right to resell at cost of defaulting purchaser after due notice published in some Wnsu- lugtou newspaper. t;jiit; RLES SCHNEIDER. LOUD) KETTLER. Trustees. d&ds.xS Ratcliffe, Sutton A Co., Auctioneers, Suc cessors to Ratcliffe, Darr A Co. TO WHOM IT MAY Cti.NCEKN Tl) PAY .STORAGE AND CHARGES. LOT OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS, PIANO. ETC, On SATURDAY MORNING. OCTObER 12, AT 10 O'CLOCK, we will sell at the rooms or Ratclirre, Sutton & Co.. 920 Penn sjlvania avenue northwest, a lot of house hold goods, stored win uson June 28, 1890, in the name or M. A. SBaw. All parties ln terctted will please take notice. Terms cash. Washington Safe Dciwsit Company. SAM CROSS, Secretary. oc2,3.4,10,ll,12 C. G. SLOAN A CO., Auctioneers. 1407 O street. TRUSTEES SALE OF THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING. BEING NO. 201 K STREET NORTHWEST. By virtueof a deed of trust dated Septem ber 5. 1X91, and duly recorded in liber 1C16 folio 283 etseq.,otllit' Land Records nf the District or Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, wc will offer for sale at public auction in front of the prem ises on THURSDAY. OCTOBERS. 1895 at 4:30 p. m., the following described land and S remises, being lot 11, in Susan A. and oscpti 8. Eons' subdivision ot lot "d," of Palmer Briscoe etal subdivision of original lot 1 in square 558. as said first named sub division is recorded in the orflce of the sur veyor of the Dislrlctof Columbia, in Book 10, page 31. Terms cash. A deposit of $500 will be required altimeof sale. AH convey ancing, eta, at cost of purchaser. Terms to be complied with In ten days from day ot sale or the property will be resold at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after three days" notice thereof in some newspaper pub lished in Washington. D. G. CHARLES SCHNEIDER, LOUIS KETTLER, se25-dids Trustees. M. B. LATIMER & CO., General Auctioneers and Appraisers, 1229-1231 O ST. N. W. Bend la your conslcnmenu. . Tbe finest auction rooms fa the. city. lib connection with any other boBseT EDUCATIONAL. Georgetown University, (Founded 178a) SCHOOL OF LAW. FACULTY. BeT. J. HAVENS RICHARDS. 8. J, Preledentof the University. Hon. HENRY B. BROWN. LL. D. (Justice Supreme Court or the United States). Lecturer on Admiralty Jurlfprudenee. Bon. MARTIN F. MORRIS. LL. D. (Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the District or Columbia), Lecturer on Constitutional and Interna tional Law and Ccmpara tlve Jurisprudence. Hon. SETH 8HEPARD. LL D. (Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia). Lecturer on the Law of Corporations and Equity Jurisprudence. Hon. JEREMIAH M. WILSON, LL. D., Lecturer on the Law i.r Ural Estate and the Law of Evidence. JOSEPH J. DARLINGTON. LL D.. Lecturer on the Law of Personal Prop erly ai d Contracts GEORGE E. HAMILTON. LL D . Lecturer on TracUce. Testamentary Law BLd Ecullv Pleading and Practice. R. ROSS PERRY. A M.. LL. D.. Lecturer on Common Law Pleading. Crimi nal Law. crd Domestic Relations. Rev RENE HOLAIND. 8. J., Lecturer on Natural Law. TALLMADGE A. LAMBERT. LL D., Lecturer on Civil Law. CHARLES A. DOUGLASS. Esq. Lecturer on the Law of Torts and Negotia ble Paper. Circuit Court: MICHAEL J. COLBERT. A.M. Oou rr of A ppeals- Messrs. TA LLMADGB A. LAMBERT. JOB BARNARD, and HENRY WISE GARNETT. SAMUEL M YEATMAN. A, M., Secretory and Treasurer. The twenty-slxtli aiuiuni session ot the School of Law opens WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1893. at 6-10 p .m.. In IU commodious, specially designed Law School Building. Nos. 506 and 50S E street northwest, when the Introductory lecture will lie delivered and announce ments mado for the casulng term. Pres ent and prospective students, alumni and all others- Interested In legal educa tion are cordially invited to be present. The secretary can be seen In his of fice In tl.e law building dally after September 13, from C to 7 p. m., for In formation, enrollment, etc- Those pro posing to connect themselves with the school for the ensuing term are request ed to enroll their names before the open ing nigntaiid I tins atuul the de-lay luciuent to that occasion. Circulars giving the courre of study, terms, etc can be obtained at book stores of W. II. Morrison's Sons, 1326 F street northwest: Lowdcrmllk 4 Co.. 1424 F street norhtwe-st. uud John Byrne & Co., 1322 F 6treet northwi-sr. and at W. S. Thompson's drug store. 701 Fifteenth street north Wfst, or on application personally or by letter to the undersigned. B. M. YEATMAN. fce-cretary. aiTJSIC fr balls and parties. Lessons given on violin, clarionet, flute. E flat alto trombone, by Prof. TROUTMAN. Sot 251 3d st. sw. lt-em THE Medical Department of Howard University tvill be oiviicd titli an ads dress bvPror. E. OluerlJelU M. D.. on Tues day. Oct. 1, at 7'30 p. m., at the college building. The prvfcssiun and public are ln vlled to be present. se27-5t WIHODATJGHSIS. 132SIst.nw. Cia-ses bsm Oct. 1; English branches, rinsings classes. Elocution, Journalism, Literature, Dancing, Delsarte, French and Uerniau. ADA L. SMITH. Sapt. selO-tt GTJNSTON INSTITUTE. 1212 and 1214 14tn st. nw. Fourth session opens, Sept. 25. MR. and MRS. li. R. MASON. sulO lmo r Washington School of Expression, SlrrZEROTT JIUbIC HALL. 1-street entrance. Yrl-e 1 specialty. Pau'omlmic training and Ph7sic.1l Culture. Best methods. Indorsed by Yale, Harvard. University 0 Chicago, and others, bend for announcement. WM. E. .MOtUlfcE. Principal. The Howard t'nitcrsity Law School (Founded 1J5T) Will open TUEalAV, Oct 1, at C:30 p. m. TUI TION FKEE For circulars ronla nine further lnlormation aJdress JAtltSF. liUNDY. Secre tary oface in Law liool Building. 4.0 5th K. nw. TIw school is ipoa to all, WIT1K1GT Dhs. TINCTIONOP'R.VCl.Olt SEX. who ar orerlS years of ago and possess proper qualiacatlous. NATXOKAL Academy of Fine Arts Draw ins and Fainting. Thorough in struction lor artists, teachers, decorators, dcslcrcrs, illustrators, jiarei.is and children, in ever branch of art. Portraits to order in every style, from $10 to 53,000. Old or inhircd pictures cleaue-d, varnished, restored, iu the most skillful manner. 502 E st. nw. se22 If ACADEMY OF THE HOLT UKOso. 1312 Aiassachusetts avenue. .HUB Wnf riin-ton. D. C. A day school foryouna- ladles and little girls. In addition to a thorough course in English. French, German and Latin, siccial advantages arcoffereo; to students in the art and musical departments. A kindergarten will be opened in connec tion with the academy. sel3-lm ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE.TI avo. und Thomas circle, reopens its fall term Monday, Sept. 9. Apply or send for year book". EUOTUEB FAHEICAN. se3-lmo 5T A'sTTSH Is the most beautiful of all ' can read, write, and converse in twenty ' lessons. Address ESPANOL, this office. oc2-7t NORWOOD INSTITUTE A Home and clay beboorfor Girls. 1761 N st , near Comecticut ave. MUS. WM. D. CABELL. eel7-lm Principal THECOHCORANGALLEHYOFART. The Art School connected with the Corcoran Gallery of Art will be opened on Monday, October 7, lt03. Applications for admission must be made at tne 17th st. entrance. By order, F. 8 HARBARIN. Curator ee3u-6t MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE COLUMBIAN UNIVEUSITY. 1323 n st nw., Washington. D C. The seven tj -fourth session begins October 1, lfcOS. The in troductory Icetare will be delivered by Dr. W. v. . Johnston at 8 p. m. October 1. Regular dally lecture-sat 5 30 p in. Every lacllity for clinical and 'Aboratory work. Laboratories open day and even 116. V DR. D. K. SnUTE.Tlean, 1120 New York ave. DR. E. A. DE SCIIWEIMTZ. Secretary Treasurer, scl7-lmo 1325 H St. nw. Kalionil EclEEGpslllic Kecicsl CoIlsgB Has remoted to (he- new college bulldiaff. No. G25 A'ussachusctts avenue northwest. The regular coarse of lectures for the session or 1&95-C will begin October 1. nt 7 30 p. m 1 he introductory eddies will bemade by thepresident, Zalman Richards, esq., followed lit- Pror. J. T. Hensley, M. D., Dean ot Faculty. The public Is cordially invited to be present. Students desiring lo matriculate can get announce ments and information by applying to the registrar at tlie college baikling. The free dispensary for tbe treatment of alldiseascs open dally from 2 to 6 p. m. Dental Infirmary, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p. m. By older of the Board of Tnistecs. ZALMAN RICHARDS, president . sc24-10t THE DUNT0NIAN Electrical Institute, HUTCHLV3 BUILDING. 10TH AND D STB. N. "W. Wc tcath electricity In science and np-' plication. Applied mechanics. Mechanical draughting and designing. Full labora-l tor.v and practical shop courses. La I est and best methods. Not the "only school In the world." but the best in WasJiingtoa Open, October 2. Call nt the office- for full particulars, or address the principal. GEORGE KDW. DUNTON. LADY STUDENTS ADMITTED. 1 fe24-lrb ARCHITECTURAL, drawing and mathematics; thorough instruction: moderate tuition. Address DRAFTSMAN, this office, ocl-7t SHORTHAND A SPECIALTY. Hj TL C. Tanner; arastte bldg.. comer F and Ninth streets. Call or aend for Or- Wli-UM 1 EDUCATIONAL . OLIVIA INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY Now open for the reception of stodaata, m CHEMISTRy. Prof. Charles E. Monroe, Ph. D. BOTANY, William R. Smith. Supt. Botanical Garden, U. S. A MATERIA MEDICA. Nancy D. Richards. M. O. PHARMACY. John F. Creen, Inst. For farther Information apply at reildenea. Maple Square, S. C. Afe. and tin Sc SL E. The Columbian 'University, WASHINGTON, D. G. BET. B. L WHITMAN, D. D.. President Examination of Candidates for A dmlsslon to Col hue. Medical, and Dental Schools, Bcptemlier 20 and 21. Collece Session begins September 23. Kcmilon of Academy begins September 23. Session of Medical School beelus Oc tober 1. Session of Dental School begins Oo tober 1. Session of Scientific School begins Oc tober 2. Session of Law School begins Octobers. Session of Graduate School begins 0 tober 4. THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL. Triorouch. lirepnratlon for tho Cob lege, for the iscleiitlflo School, for tlioNuval and Military Academlea, and for business. THE COLLEGE. FnllClcuMicalandScientlflcCoiirfies. Open to HludentH ot both hoics. THE CORCORAN SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL. Fortyseven Professors end In Htrnctors; t u enty-tliroe full de imrtiiients: tnelie lull courses ot Ktudy. Special Hludenttc admitted. THE LAW SCHOOL. Ttvelve profevors, lncludlns two AMociitte Jimtlcex ot the Tlnltetl States Supreme Court. THE MEDICAL SCHOOL. Thirty profc-H-iora lend Hhslstnnta, Tlii course) it, loar yeurs. THE DENTAL SCHOOL. Seventeen rncllltle-s. yentru. Iirofejcors; lie course unusual in three tup: graduate school. Courcs of ndvane-ed instruction, letldllis to M. A., M. S. C.E.. E. E., und I'll. D. For catalogue descriptive of the several courses address UODT. H. MARTIN. Secretary. THE LATV SCHOOL FACULTY. EEV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D., President The HON. WALTER S.COX. LL D., Dean. (Asdociau- Justice ot the Supreme Court ot the District of Columbia.) Professor of tho Law of Eeal Estate, ot Contracts, and of Commercial Paper. The HON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL. D., (Associate Justice tt the bupreme Court of the United States.) Professor of the Constitutional Jurisprn denco ot the United States, of the Law of Domestic Relations, of Per sonal Property aud of Torts. The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY, LL. D, (Sometime Assistant Attorney-General of the United States.) Professor ot Equity Jurisprude-cce. ot Con mon Law and Equity Pleading, and of the Law of EMdence. and the Jurisdiction and Practice ot the U. 8. Courts. Tuenon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL-D (Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.) Professor of the Law of Corporations. Prof. G. H. F.MMOTT. LL. Mi ' (of the Johns Hopkins University.) Lecturer on the Civil Law. HENRY E. DAVIS. LL.M.. (Sometime Avsistant Attorney ot the Du trict of Columbia.) Lecturer on the History ot Law. WILLIAM F. MATTIXGLY. Edi tor Hie Washington Par.) Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law The Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY, (Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the District ot Columbia.) Lecturer on Criminal Law and on Criminal Pleading aud Practice. The Hon. BENJAMIN HUTTER WORTH. (Sometime United States Commissioner of Patents,) Professor of the Law of Patents WILLIAM G. JOHNSON, LL-M, (or the Washington Bar.) Professor ot Legal Catechetics, Commo Law rractfee. and Judge of the Moot Court. COURT OF APPEALS. WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY. Chief Justice. HENRY E. DAVIS. CHARLES W. NEED HAM, Associate Justices. UObERT H. MAKTLV. Secretary and 1 reaarer. EMEESON INSTITUTE I Young's Acauemy.j SELECT CLASSICAL AND MATHB. MATICAL. Scbool for Young Men and Boys, 914 14th St., bet. I aud K. Begins its forty-fourth scholastic rear Sep tember 23. This school has a national repu tation, aud is recognized as oneoftheicadlug preparatory schools of thh country. It prepares for all the universities, colleges an scientific schools, for the United State Mibiarv and Naval aradc inies. and for busi ness. Tbegraduatcoof thisschool take higa rank whereter they go. Mr.EdwinH.FofterwIilcontlnuelncbarga of the Junior Department. For circular etc., address CHAS. B. YOUNG. Ph. D . ' se!7-lm Principal and Proprietor. Mount Vernon Seminary CORNER M AM) ELEVENTH STREETS. WASHINGTON. D C. A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIULS. Twenty-first jear opens TUESDAY. Oo toter first. Large und attractive build ings, thoroughly c-quipied with every re quisite of a reimcd homo and a prcgrcs site school Applications for admission of pupils to tueday school may leraudeaficrScptember fifteenth, be-twceii the hours or ten and on o'clock each niornli-g MRS ELIZABETH J. SOMERS. sc27-3nio. PriiclpaL Education Below Cost For young men. In 12 branches of study: every one n brcad-winucr: etenlng sessions only at the Young Men's Christian Associa tion Husines School, 2d 1 loor. Len man build ing. 1 425 New York ave. n w. Call for full particulars, se25-l m. X864,Educallon Tor Real Lire 1895, For Sons and Daughters. The Sncncerlaa Business College. ' National Itank of tho Itt-public Building, cor.7tnandDnw. Dayandnightsesslons. The thirty-rirst scholastic year of this popular institution begins Monday, Sep tember 2. 1695. 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