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THE MORaNTNGr TEUES. JUODAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1895.
o advertisement les than lO
fo advertisement less than I0.
No iYrttaraent leii than 10.
One Gent &
Qne Gent &
NoadvcrtlsaTiont las than 10s.
One Gent &
Noadvertijmsrit than 10 J.
118 tlfjlil Word
roodcrtlgcmcnt :essthan 10.
WANTBD-rive carpenters otla
myrtle square Opera, House. PAUL
-to-ANTED-Boy about 14 or ID jcars
old to icarntbe na"g Jewelry business;
one w ith li'cvclc preferred Address MAft
UT ACTUREl!, ItiipotTlce. H
WAKTED-A first-class oyster cook;
oust be well rccommciHled. Apply at
1). CROWLEY'S OYSTER HOUSE.No. 39
II st. iw, opposite Government Printing
WANTED-Twelve bora Hurt can feed
lub press s; must lie quick, ucat ami
tlily: immeolaiely. HAY WORTH PUII
TrVANTED-A good bushel.nnn to alter
doming, sieady position to right man;
no others need apply; apply to-morrow bet.
tween a nr.d 10a. ni- MITCHELL BROS.
& CO., 405 7lh St. iw.
WASTED-Reliable salesmen for a
quiet selling ollite specialty; good
comml-slon. Call between 10 ami 11.
lan? r su nw. sc27-4t
WANTED-Oaxl butcher wanted as
pan Per iiioneortue best stands In city
to take charge; small capital. A. It. C,
this office. se29-2t
WANTED-Two plumbers: also a tin
ner that understands furnace, latrobe
and wove work. ALB1NSOX & CHASE.
172214th Rt. ?e29-2
WANTED- Canvassers, first-ciassman
makes bit a month: call at once and flee
MR. WEISS. 43 9th at. nw., from 8 to 10.
III; til tVASTED-FOtALB.
WAKTBB-Oirl warned In family of
three; uno who can wash and iron. 013
Morris 6t. lie., iirnrOth. se30-lt
anu uuisiiu general housekeeping: good
home ami good wages. Call 0 1 1 S su nw.
WANTED-A wluto girl to do general
luiuscworic fur a family of two; clty
rpfs. 1005 l sr.nc. seSQ-It
WANTED-A respectable white wo
man m kiwi disposition without i-htl-dre.i
trv take tlie care or a llely. 5 months
old baby In y. will pay SlOamouthanclsup
ply milk; best reTs. required. Amwer, with
tall particulars, Sirs. 1!., this orfice.
WANTED-Hoiue rriMective Agency
has praces for help every, aay with,
good references AUcapaciUes. CiO lllii
ct n. w. se4'lmg
HELP WASTED-MALE AND
WANTED-Smith Premier Type
writer operators and stenographer!
Oijected to positions. Operators de
siring to familiarize themselves with new
Ko 2 Smith Pi'rrticr Typewriter can
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO.. No I41C F St. nw. Jy31-tf
"WANTED Place as- first-class exile
in hotel or restaurant. Addre.R 128
C st. sw. sc0-3t
YOUKG man wants position ps clerk
m a grocery store; can cut meat and
com - v. ell recommended. Address Box: 22,
rSIlgv Aid fcSS-Sc
WANT3D-Place as engineer or por
ter r store: can roast coffee also. Ad
dress G23 N Y.ave.nw. se2!t-3
EXP33RTENCKD clothing salesman
Wiiuco ueiuuu, piui iuit.'ici.vis ua lu
ability, etc Address G this office
SITU ATI OSS WAXTED-VEJIAIiE.
WAKTED-By lady or experience,
piac as ca&hler; best ref- Address
HONESTY tbK office. se27-3t
WAKTED-riacc as flrst-cfaas cook
in small lamily. Address 227 G st.
nw. Ec29 2t
WAKTEB-WaiMns by a. flrst-cL-uss
laui dreeb to take home. J. A. B.. this
of I ice se2a-3t
TV ANTED- Place as first-class cook.
IP noiei or ictaurant. .Aauress io
C Rt s-n se29 3t
WANTED-Untarnished room for gen
tleman; mate primer reN. exchanired; ne.
preferred Address Box 4G8, City P. O.
TT3S are still stlltns oat rcsaraless of
cot, to make room for new rail goods.
Our $1 hard oil ttalns. YOUNG CO.,
1S(M 7(li u. tiw
WAKTED-A 5 or 0 rmim modern flat;
comenieiit to 14th st. car line. Ad-
drci MOIii:itC FIT. thw office. selG-tf
WANTED-Catercss to take fur. front
uiuin room and kitthen, with all con
venience to l'enslon and Printing Offices.
uauniterip in.. b-'4 istst-nw. se-t
JOS PBEiS-ffc -nant.tol.uv a uood
ttcond-liaua Job printing prc-s; write,
stating tize, pnee, etc. Address H. & M.,
this r.lnng rc2S-3t
WANTED-A child to board iuabricht
suuuy home, nhcre it will have every
care aDd attention. Address'C. P., this
WANTED-A Smith premier tjpe
t ruer in good condition; will pay cash.
Address 942 K st nw. se29-3t
WANTHD-A business manager, with
capital, lor manufacturing purposes.
.Annreis i.ijl.i'iaiii.a i, inis oince.
WAKTED-U. S. and foreign stamps
ami prooi sets, at nignest prices. A
large and choice assortment for sale. C.
F. KOTIIFGCHS, 359 1-2 Pa. ave.
WANTED-A goodofricebusintss: will
pay lair price. G. T. F., this office.
WANTED Five thousand good live
I Mfimtiitii.if-iOTntinM ril pniili ftlTlITn'S
BIRD .VTOkE, 712 12tli st., and 1221
Pa. ave. nw.
WANTED-Girls to ne self-supporting;
niirriediadles to lessen dressmaking
bl!l by learning to tut by Merchant Tailor
6quare: particulars at school. 718 12th
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
Anl charce only for painting worsaaranteal
IAT KLlillKlt lttKIF PAIM' CO. MSI Sti nvr
WE have an extensive map of "Washing
ton a ud liullctin; a postal card sent to us
Willi jour name and address will llnd you
in possesion ont. WM. II. SAUNDERS A
CO.. 1 1U7 1 re se28-3t-eod
LESSONS given In drawing, oil, crayon,
pastel. $3 per month, it call this
month Studio. 1237 Pa. ave. nw., on
second floor fronts sc3U-2t
LACE Curtains laundered by hand by
an expert, 33 cents and upward. t5
F st nw. c29-2t
GEHIVTAN LESSONS Natural
method; progre-s puarautecd; 2 per
mnnili. 1015 14ih si. nw. se29-3t
WANTED All should kuow Dr. Mary
Gordon tells truthfulness of friends,
business deal, or matrimonial venture.
Tells all your business affairs with utmost
troth; lost or stolen property; every hid
den mystery revealed; makes speedy -and
happv marriages with the one you love
by projwr advice. Don't buy, tell, or
go on u Jcurcey until ou consult- this
girted 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 rcslpenctf. 1109 G st. nw. Kc29-lni
J. D. MEREITT. Pnotograplier. re
moved to 4u and 4G1 Pa. ave. nw.;
all work slrktly first-class. se2S-lm
Sa.BO for lounges: cook stoves, $5.00;
51 iiu per weeK ior ueuroora anu par
lor suits; cash or credit
rth st. nw.,
WILL htnndry your lace curtains for
Jjiis nimlr, and guarantee good wort.
R. WALLACE, 503 E St. nw.
WE don't care to 3o "cheap" "slop'
printing, aod most everybody knows
ft and they know we dontcare who knows
Jl Prices right. II. W. M0OKE. Gen.
Mac , Law Reporter Company, 518 5th
st nw au22
FREE consultation. Do you suffer
from any of these: Constipation, dys
pasia. Jaundice, palpitation, sick bead
ache, vertigo, hiccough, hacking cough,
nwellirjr of the feet ar.d ankles, or epilepsy?
Pofitlve nUcf and cure DR. T. E. LEE,
1322 14 th St. nw.
9:30 to C:30.
JTTKT RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocklne birds, gold
flh. dogs, and fac-y pigeons. SCHMID'S,
712 12th t- uw.. branch 1221 Pa. v.
FOI1 ItES-T HOUSES.
liZi mass are nw.
1303 ISth st w, 5r..JW 00
m I lfir $101 01 Cor J ana Esunw
219 C st nw, ml 13r kS I i unf ur. reams.
T7t8Lstnw,mr.lrr50 5S:751 I st nv, ml,
M.MO Bt nw.m I. 1 13r 67 M
Kr ... SO 00;nai9thstnw, ml,
30 815tlistnn-,ml, ISr 00 80
lOt iS OOfOl K st n.ml,la- CO 00
Sill li.i ave. nw, m u l-i S3d st nw, ml
1.1'Jr SS 50 lOr. 35-w
111!) Ulh st nw, m 159 1 U ara nw, m
l,7r.. S3 50 I, 10r. 3J 10
ca M ir, m 1, 7r. a 3a'411 X Y. oe, tw,
U3CstBr.uii.9r iiM ml.9r. rt 50
I710tthnw.ml.7r K 5n!a)j NY, aro nw,
453 1st ae, m 1, "r. 21 60 ml.Sr 5 42
iai6Kne.ml.7r a -r15!0 Columbia st
toff E st nw, 2n.t f, nw. m 1, Sr. 2S SO
ir. SO 03''aJtnw. ml.Sr. 53
HIS ith st nw.'Jrs- IS W.205 30th st ne, m i,
li:0N Jarenw.m 7r. 250
i.5r 10 3a213Hn.ml.7r. SI 00
1I5J 19th st nw. ItiOTnw.m I, 6r. "J0 JO
Cr .13 401M)5tUstnw. 0r 1
COS Whitney nr n His 13th st w, cr.. IS 00
w (stable) Cr.. ...15 DO I0V54tft st ne.Sr.. IS 00
Cor.6th and Grant S50i7Uist uw.Sr.. 15 30
avnw. 4r 15 03 J Seott ave n w,
S5ttt7tast nw,5r.. 14 to, (stable), Cr 15 CO
SU13tasw.Gr;. 14 01tva 11th nw, 0 r... 15 00
r.TOatstun.m t, IiXBNJaTenw.Cr It 00
7r. 13 50:e;ll Ostsw. 5r... 1SV1
711 Giant are aw, 1710 llfi st se, 5r.. 13 50
5r. IS CO.iO L st se, Sr . .. IS bO
C5I.se.5r li 50 2JOS6lht nw, 5r- 11 00
11 herIdan st cw
1319 I'rtstoa Court
nw. 5r 10 30
Hear 4S B st sw,5r 10 00
1810 3lth st nw.ur 10 0)
(stakla).5r. 13 0a
OUGdUen si aw.
5r. 10 50
Rear S!7 Hth st
w. 3r 10 30i
1731 Hayes Court
43) Franklin st
nw,5r. .... mm
nw, 5r 10 60
910 9th st nir.slore
blacksmith shop 15 CO
and ilwll.5r.-..5i 50
and a wig, sr tuna
105 Drapers" alley Roar319 Cst nw. 110 00
iv. J13 00
A S. CVYWOOD. 333 9th st nw.
FOB RENT-Nos. 32 and 34 L su
uw.; o rooms, gas aud water, only
10,3.1 3d st. uw., 5 rooms and water,
721 l.lth ne,; 8 rooms; all mod. imp.;
only $15 to.
231 and 233 Elm st. Lc Droit Park;
7 room each, only $20. By
CIIAS. S. SHUEYE,
se21-3t 1109 7111 nw.
Par; plettsantand quiet location; wa
ter in bouse and well in yard; only S12.
Key .it 2018 2d st. nw. lt
FOR KENT-S23 tith su ne- a beauti
ful Tironjistone front house. 7 large
rooms, bath, concreted cellar, frontandrear
vard. low to right party. OWNER, No.
1009 E st. n w. sc2S-3t
FOH KENT-G8 D st. ne.. S22 a
month; o rooms aud bath: concrete
FOH RENT-'Ul Hlh st.se.. S13JV).
hii-room tramc; w. and g. Call 700
E st. se. sc29-3t
FOR RENT 11 welling house ind store,
lieihesuj. Montgomery Co.. lid., easy
terms Address A. CUUNSELMANN. this
FOR RENT Bargain in moms. In
quire ijotJ 1 4th st- drug store, beforo
2 p. m. se27-5t
FOR RENT Reduted to $18 mouth,
new u-ntim bricks, Nos. 16 and 18
Florida ave. no.; bath: m 1. Apply 32
Florida ave. te25-5t
FOR RENT 1240 Duncan st. ne. i
roiims. all modern improvements: near
ly new; 31550. JOHN W. AIORUIh. r.14
F sr. se24-7t
S4S.BO-120 E t- nw.: 14r.; a. m. U
CTT. YODER.615 Escnw.
S3G. OO1420 9thst.tiw.; 8 r., b.;m- L
S32.SO 1133 9th st-nw., 9 rooms and
batn: m. i. C. T. YOBER.
FOR RENT rurulhed A fix. room
tiousc. with large yard and stable,
$30 per month. Inquire at 101G Fla.
nve ne icSt 2t
foi: sale nocsus.
m. i., .io. f32 11th ne., half square
fnmi cars: price $2,900; about $200 cash
bal. $S or 510 per mo. Apply after 6 p.
m. P. E. M.. 1031 3d st. nw. se29-2t
FOR SALE-iaiO rali, 2D iernm;
No. luia lstst.nw.; new bay window;
press britk; 9 rooms and I nth; electric
oells and lighter: cablnec mantels; latest
Improvements; sanitary plumbing party
wall wonh $t50; lot ItixlOO to alley;
price. $4,CC0. JAMES G. JESTER. 039
F st uw. se29-3t
FOR SALE-House on C st. sw., near
Multnsonian: 9 rooms; lot 25x98; al
ley: Price only $3,000. C. BOYEIt A SON.
214 7th st.sw. f3F-3t
FOR S ALE At Lanploo, a new frame
house, at a sacrifice; ofrer wanted.
Address SACRIFICE, tills ofllce.
FOR SALE A small house with lot
running Luck to the next street. In the
nortlieast; house rents for $9.50 and will
be 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. B. this
off ire. gi-22-10t
FOR SALE 3IISCELLAS-EOUS.
FOR SALE A good sound pair of
mule;, tarm wagon and slopboiler;
cheap. Call, 300 G nw. ce28-3t.
FOR SALE Cheap, Colt hammer gun;
- good as new; can be seen at SCOTT'S
CIGAR STORE, 4 1-2 and Pa.ave.nw.
FOR SALE A corner store and dwell
ing, brick, southeast, former price
$3,500, now S2.500: terms $500 cash,
balance monthly. C. BOYER & SON. 214
tn st.sw. se.-a-:ir
FORSALE- Grocery In northwest, do
ing good business. Inquire 491 G st.
DAYTON, mare, and harness, all in
excellent condition: must be Fold at
once. Apply 727 3d ft.ee. tc2b-3t
ONE carload of horses rrom Shenandoah
Valley; guaranteed Virginia horses or
no sale: workers and drivers: moderate
prices. DOUGHERTY & LASKEY. 109
ft st- nw. se26 7t
CHEAPEST place In Washington to
buy lancy pigeons. 715 10th st. ne.;
call nfier 4 p. in. sept27-7t
FOR S ALE Bargains In wagons, car
nages, traps, harness and buggies, both
new aud second hand; also 2 horses. 927
D st. nw. scl4-lm
FOR SALE Cigar store at 503 lOttt
st. nw., (.neap, stock will inventory
price; laundry agency will pay rent. se29-3t
FOTi SA1.K- nreltv 14-fool fail
ing canoe, J0; very fast and stanch;
3 sails: oars, etc.; a bargain. Apply
HITTER'S BOAT HOUSE, foot or ith
st, sw. e20 2t
FOR SALE-Folding bed. 1015
Aid. ae. sw se29-2t
FOR SALE Bakery and confection
ery; must sell liefore Oitober t. at
auy prUc. 2223 14th st. nw. se29-3t
FOR SALE Fine horse, eight years
old, sixteen nands high, sound: buggy
and barnes, cheap. E. A. BRAUNEE, 907
H st. nw. se29-3t
FOR SALE Entire furniture of 10
rooms, an new; for sale by October 1;
no reasonable offer refused. Address
207 C st nw. M-2fi-7t
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-There will be no better
lime to get n bargain in real estate
inaii now. Wo are olferlng a few lots,
E4 0x130, well located i c., on terms to
suit purchasers, at $300 per lot; near cable
cars. Secure a home site. Call for plat
ami full information JNO. F. WAGGA
MAN. 700 14lh St.. room 4. se21-14t
STATEMENT of the cordltlcn of the U- 8.
BRANCH ot the NORWICH UNION"
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, of Nor
wich. Errland, on the 30tb day of
June. Ih95, as required by act of Con
gress, approved July 29. 1892
Gross: assets $2,0215,330.87
Total liabilities 1,344,315.40
Current expenses for six
months, ending June 30,
A. F. LtSEE, Branch Sucrctarr.
Subscribed and Bwom tr before me this
27th dayof August, 1S9G.
Notary Public. New York citT ard county.
FOR- EXCHANGE-EittMent ne.
improved property, a. m. r., for good
farm within thirty miles ot Washington.
R. J. MARSHALL. SlLllthsUnw.
--. v jfrtc-eZ. --J-atiiiSviafe.S'vL . -,- ziigffiwvjiieij
FOR REST BOOMS.
FOR RENT 1Q12 F. St. nw., two
rooms on fourth floor and four roomi
on second rloor; unfurnished. Address
1012 F st. nw. sc2G-7t
FOR RENT 512 E St., near 6th. de
sirable lur. nartors. alone, single or
en suite: also rront ruoiiM 2d acd'Jd tloors;
very central. r28-7t
FOR RENT Bargain In rooms lor
uiusi-fei-i'iiiji, iiiso oiauii.. .iil,.,.
drug store. 230b 14t!ist nw. se2b-tit
UNFURNISHED ea Capitul alHl
l'rinung Oilicu; 2 trout rooms on 2d floor
for light housekeeping. OWNER, r.10 ::d
vsrT EKT-N'n. 61G 3d st. nw.. one
nicely fur. lid-story front bay-window
FOR RENT I elegant fur room,
0x1 e; 2a lioor; $20; the same size on
3d floor. s20;bali room, 7. 921 14tl
st. II w. se28-3t
FOR RJ5TNT Unrur two larje, bright
rooms: heat, gas and bath. G3G 3d ne.
FOR BENT-Fur. room for gentlemen:
$8 to $lu per mouth'.gus, bath, ami heat.
1014 HUH it. nw.
FOR RENT 927 I st.nw.. bay-window
front room, third story; gentlemen only;
$10 per month. sc27-lt
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
honsekceplug. No. 210G G st. nw. se28-5
FOR RENT Two unfurnished commu-
mcauui; ruouis, nuu ciuscui. sccuuu
story, south front: near State, War and
Navy departments: adults only; refs. ex
changed. 1731 F sr. tc28-3t
FOR RENT $8 end $10 per month,
newly lurnlshcd rooms: gas, bath; pri
vate famllv. 806 II st. nw. se2S-3t
FOR RENT Three or four rooms:
furnished or uururnished; suitable
for housekeeping. 430 New York nve.
THREE unfur rcoms, with gas and
I lain, suitable for housekeeping; rent
cheap 221 V st. nw. tc29-2t
FOR RENT Nicely fnr., 2d Mory front
ronro; south and cast cxiiosure: all
mod. imps': t.cnt and clean, home comforts:
rer.; rent 3iu. iio 31 st- nw. u'.vmi
ONE-HALF of otflce or denk room.
Inquin- roim 15, Washington Loan and
Trust Bldg. se29 2t
FUR. or unfur rooms, with board, at
103 E. Cap. St.; also stable torrent.
FOR RENT Coal and wood yard with
all the appliances fordoing business;
located oil a pulilicthonxighfare. B.LKON-
ARU, 530 4 1 2 st sw ie29-7t
Two rooms, 2d lloor, fur. complete;
front cor. room 20x22. back 14 ft. sq.;
cooking utens.ils, dishes, gas, bath, re-
frlgerator. 301 10th it. sw. It
FOR RENT Only $14.50. rnur large
moms ou tnlrd floor for light hotise
kceplng: heat, gaj. 142 A ne. sc30-3t
FOR RENT Large, haudfomcly fur-
nuheiiorunrnrnlslicdcom. bay wnirtow
parlors, separate or together; folding bed,
heat, gas and bath: suitable for dentist;
none in vicinity; other rooms: furnished
hall lied-room. 54 per month e29 Ot
FOR RENT 3 uufumUhed rooms; 2d
lloor: batu. hoc and cold water, wood
shed and yard: all ror $10.50. No 61
P st. nw. so29-3t
FOR RENT 1 031 I St.: very coru
tortnlne. 2u floor, two rooms; folding
doors: suitable for one or two gentlemen;
bright, sunny; opposite Arltnpton Hotel;
also two cheap rooms on 4Ui rloor; front.
FOR RENT Unfurnished. 3 largfe
rooms. J being front, -with beat, water
on sam floor: refs. required; second floor;
price. $15. 821 5th st. nw. s2 If
FOR RENT Three large communicat
ing ruoms, 2 being front, with water,
etc., on same floor: no children; refs re
quired; prica $10. 729 7th st. nw.
FOR RENT Fur rooms for gentle
men: 58 to SI0 per month; gas. bath
and heat. 1014 lOih st. nw. se29-7t
FOR RENT-Rowin. with or without
board; beat, gas and lath. No. 2126
Ullist nw...MRy.C .F.LITTLE. se29-3t
FOR RENT A largefront room;cheer-
fiil; furnished, cheap. 41 8 10th St. n w.
FOR RENT-A large, front bay win
dow mom; nicely furnished; in private
family; excellent board; nw. section; rer
ereiKX's exchanged: terms for two, $32.
Address DESIRABLE, this office. se29 2t
FOR RENT Two communicating
rooms, nninr. or partly fur. 1 III) 0th
St. nw. sept28-3t
FOR RENT Fine front room in new
houe. with board for two gentlemen,
or geutlemau and wife, $40. Call 109
5th st. se. SC28-31
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms;
new nouse; 1st, 2d and 3d floors; $5,
$8, $12 and $15; a. m. 1.; board If de-
slred. C2G I st. uw. sc2 2t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished parlor,
suitable for physician, $12 per mo.;
also other rooms, with board, $3 per week.
42 G st. nv, next door Typographical
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; heat,
gas and bath; to gent or man and wife;
refs. exchanged. 942 S. Y. nve. nw.
FOR RENT 7256th st-nw-furnished,
pleasant second story front room, small
room, and back parlor; new house; a 11 con-venience-.
FOR RENT Large, desirable rooms
on first and second floors; south and
west front; bay wtndow; with elegant
table board; beautiful location; terms moder
ate. 1015 L st. nw. sc29-3t
FOR RENT Eur. 2d floor rooms, sep
arate or together; very pleasant and de
sirable; rent fair; also, nice front room
on 3d floor, $5; ref. exchanged; private
family; cars pass.
lss. 824 lstst.jiw.
TEMPLAR HOUSE. 207Pa.ave.
nw. Pleasant rooms; excellent board
from $4 to $6 per week. se29-7t
FOR RENT-I104 12th st. nw., large
and small front rooms, single or en
suite; newly papered, painted and fur.;
first-class table board; rooms suitable Tor
two. sc29 3 t
FOR RENT tor light housekeeping,
two nicely furnished rooms: near
Government Printing Office. 223 II
st. ne. se29-2t
FOR RENT 911 G St. nw., three fur.
or unrur. rooms on 2d floor; heat and
gas: also two large rooms on 4 th floor
to Tour young men at $0 per month each.
FOR REST FLATS.
FOR RENT Pcautifnl 2d story flat
or. 5 rooms and bath, heat and gas;
$22.30. No. 7 2d st. ne. R. M. J. AT
WELL. 201 E. Cap, st. se20-3t
FOR RENT Elat of 5 rooms; newly
papered; private bath; kitchen fit up
with gas range, sink and water; English
Iiascaient; with large dlnlcir room. 208
F sr, n w. sc29-3t
OFFICE ROOMS TOR REST.
FOR RENT One-half of off ice"roora or
desk room. Apply at Eocm 15, W". L.
& T. ISdg.
FOR REST HALL.
FOR RENT-Flne large ban, 75x25
at 'Mil price. 625 La. ave. e25-10t
FOR REST .STAPLES
FOR RENT Stable rear of 1122 18th.
st.Dir.;s8 per month. W. R. COREY
J. PFLEGING, Tailor.
With W. R. GRANSTON.
1437 ra. ave. , cor. 15th st
Formerly with Jas. XT. Bell, 5th av N. T.
ECIAL meeting of Butchers' As
Eenibly No. 6341, K. of L, at 7:30
o'clock, this evening, G09 F st. uw. AH
bate hersareiuvllcd to att-niL it
ATTENTIOrT ociaHstiT There will
be a. mass-meetir; of socialists at the
Typographical Temple, on Halurdy night
at 7:3ft. The speakers or the evening will
be Daun-1 de Leon, of New Yort; C. s.
Heimeri'lrger, Ernest Eotau. gentTal sec
retary of the exejntive board of the Ui.Sted
Central Labor Federation of New Yurie.
Attoruey-at-Law. ebter Low LuUrt
lug. 505 D sU nw., WashiestoP. D C.
Residence. No. 2, Mount Ycmo:- Flats, f
cor. KlY. ave. and 9th st.nw. sel9-Iiu f
PROF. CLAY. Washington' oldest es
tablished and reliable clairvoyant and
milium, who tWl 3all things and hnwto
avoid all trouble; also Row to retain huslnd
or lover It in "search of trultiful advice
consult him on alt .affairs. Ho will not de
ceive or mialead you.and guarantees satis
faction to all who seek bis advice. Fea
SO cent. Hours, 10 a. m. u 9 p. m.; open
Sundays. 489 H si., bet. 4 1-2 and Gtn
HAVE removed my grocery aud provl
sion store, the Virginia Market, from
312 4 1-2 St. to 470 C st- SW. THOH.
THE Wonderrul Remedy. Cancers cured
without knlfc.pnln or pay until cured;
also carbuncles, piles, dropsy by PROI-.
MARTIN RILEY. 407 Pa av. nw. Ut-oc3
v m . . -r Tvrm .-n?n "Oainthfit
" nw.. carper lining, felts, fire brick and
clay, nsliestos. patnW. brushes, lime, cement.
tWOailtl inree-pij iuuiuik iu.L'iiai.aiu.
MME. KOYSTOK. Beauty Special
1st, b04 ll'tn St. nw.; all blemishes re
moved, wrinkles absolutely effaced, and
complexion made perfect; no pain, no
poisons; consultation free, dally 10 to 12
ami 2 tn 5. excepLSunday. se29-lmo
BANK your dust with us and you'll
fa nin lu' lust, blease comnrebend
that we are selling, elegant custom-made
suits, the least bit worn, at Justh's fig
ure? JUSTH'S OLD STAND. B19 D st
LADIES needing confidential treat
menu A safe aud sure relief in all
female trouble, culmination, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. Separate rooms for patients before
and duriuir confinement, and find homes
for Infants It required. Strictly confiden
tial MRS. DR. RENNEIi. 10 Fourth St.
ne., near E. Capitol st . Washington. D. C.
PIANO lessons L. 8. McFJblnney. Nol
425 lih it. nw.: experienced teacher;
reduced rates. selS-lmo
BoTME. ESTELLE tells all the events
ot life In German and English: hours.
9 a. ra. to 10 p. m.; 25 and BO cents;
cures all cases ot running or dry sores.
913 19th St. nw. au30-lm
DR. TAYLOR. 906 F itmr, makes
tun seta ot teeth for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1; amalgam. 50c seltf
OURg'ca test mediumandspi ritual mcther.
Dr. Mary Gordon, tells you all tilings
and give a properremedy foryourtrnuble.
Always a thorns. 1109Gt.uw. se22-lm
THE "3 DAIS" CURE FOR MEN.
This remedy curei in 3 days or no
charge. Consultation free. DR. AfcKEE
HAN.716 12th st.nw. sc29-4t
SlOO reward for a, case. of indigestion
or dyspi'a that cannot be cured with
Crump's Tonic of Fruit and Spices.
CRUMP M'FG. CO., G03 F St. nw. Send
for circular. se29-7t
JIME. BROOKE telb nil the events
of life; all business confidential: ladies
and gentlemen. 50 cenls eailu hours. 9 a.
in. to 9 p. m. 003 New York avenue uurth
wesu near Sixth strt-eU sc2i-14t
3iaiE. PERKIN-Scventlflc palm
istry; truest uesuny reader of the age;
eventa of past and future revealed with
wonderful accuracy! .hours 10 to 9. G13
19th st nw. bet. P Ahd F.
FOR SALE Saloon, cheap.
WE'LL i 1
HELP YOU ' :
to find a good Business location It yoa
are seeking one. Well help you sell your
business location It yon want to sell iU
We are constantly in c.nnmunlcation with
both buyers and sellers, acd thus arc able
to promptly briny about the desired acd
wlshcd-for results. IW yourpropcrty with
os at once. T. OlASDERSON & CO.,
Rpal Estate ahiLDusiness Exchange.
907 (i ft. nw.
ATJ CTIO.S"- SALES.
0. G. SLOAN & CO.. Auctioneers. 1407
By virtue ot a certain deed of trut. dated
the SIXTH DAY OF JANUARY', 1890. and
duly recorded in Liber 1452. Folio 203,
ct seq., one of the Land Records of the
District of Columbia, and at the request of
the party ecured thereby, we will sell ot
public auction In front of the preruKcs.
on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1895. at
4 o'clock p. m.. the following described
land and premises, living lot lettered
"C." lu Roiuwell's subdivision in square
numbered 452, together with all Uib-B7"-provemeuts.
two years from day of sale, bearing. Inter
est at 11 per cent, per annum, and secured
by deed ot trust mi the property sold, or
all cash. A deposit of 510O required at
tinio ot sale. All conveyancing and re
cording at cost ot purchaser. Terms to
be complied with in 1G days from day of
sale, otherwise trustees re-erve the right
to resell at cost ot defaulting purchaser
after due notice pabjl-bcd lu 2-onie Wash
C. Q, SLOAN A CO- Auctioneers, 1407
TRUSTEES' SALS" OF THREE-STORY"
BRICK DWELLING. BEING NO. 201
K STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtueot a deed of trust dated Sept em
ber 5, 1-91. and duly recorded In liber 1G16
folio 283 ct seq.. of the Land Recordsof the
District ot Columbia, aud at the request of
the party secured thereby, we will offer for
sale at public auction In front of the prem
ises on THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1895 at
4:30 p. rru. the following described land and
premises, being lot 11, In Susan A. and
Joseph K. Eoss' subdivision ot lot "d," of
Palmer Friscoe etal subdivision of original
lot 1 In square 518. as said first named sub
division is recorded In the office of the sur
veyor of the District of Columbia. In Book 1 0,
page 31. Terms cash. A deposit of $500
will be required attlmeitsale. All convey
ancing, etc., nt cost of purchaser. Terms
to be complied with inten days fromdayot
sale or the property will be resold at risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser after threo
days' notice thereof in some newspaper pub
lished in Washington. D. C.
MONEY WASTED AND TO LOAS.
MONEY TO LOAN.
SSO.OOO ( TO LOAN ON REAL
i,,0.RR f ESTATE SECURITY.
D.uick acd prompt loans mads on good se
cnrlty Interest only 5 per cent on sums to
suit; veu less on large amounts. We lead In
T. 0. ANDERSON CO
Iical Eslate at-d Busiresi Exchange.
907 G EtiETO
TVE have the following amnnnts to. loan
ou approved real estate In the District:
sa.nno. .i.tM)t. "sr, hOD. SlO.&fM!. at lowest
rates or interest;-iJ delay. HERRON i
NIXON. im, F ntj.nw.
H. RT. FULTON'S V".-5" .txc;t
Pa.ave. nw. Established in IS70.
Mouey loaned on watches, diamond. Jew
elry, ftllvsrware. ticvrSpecial Iicrgalnt in
watches. JewdryTjiKCallvcrware au2i'-Cu
MONEY to ionn on bonds, stocks, trusts.
BNEY to ionn on oonns.stocus, iruats,
loan as.sociation..a:rtiflcatcs. and old
t EiiKES & BA
nne uie usuranco 31PI
UTOIMEY TO L0 AN In large sums,
or as low- as l.buo. at 5 and 6 per
cent on D. C. real estate: also $250. $500,
$750. etc.. at per cent WM. H. SAUN
DER.S A CO . 1407 F bu nw if
MONEY TO LOAN AH classes of
real estate loans made with promptness
st curent rates THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor'
uer 10th and G streets nw m9 tf
WANTED The loan ot $8,000 onf irst
class inside property; no agents. 708
19th st. scl2 tf
MONEY ta loait at & and 8 peT cent.
011 District of Colnmhla realty: no delay
11 eccumv is saixsjjtcrnry.
WALTER U. ACKI'K. 704. I41h nw.
MONEY to loan n real estate la the
Distrieu at lowest rate T lsteresr.
No delay HEERONA NIXON, 130 1 F st
a. w-. Ke4-lrmr
BOARD33fG-ihy window front
room: .ppitc park, with or whotit
board; CL2 B t-t.w. teC0-4t
ROOSIS aiul boartt very reasocabUr fcr
i-eml'-ino'i nr moa aud wife. 17X.4
14tn st. 11 w. seTS-Cr
70r t n 1 w : 1 ice rt iujs. n 19-10:
Tliw.1 " at A.. Fli 1 Vsciuii Huuae.
WASHINGTON. D. Ci
RET. B. L. WHITMAN, D. D.. President
Examlnatlonof Candidatesfor Admission
to College, Medical, and Dental Schools,
Beptemhcr 20 and 21.
College Session begins September 23.
Session of Academy begins September 23.
Session ot Medical School begiio Oc
Session of Dental School begins Oc
Session of Eclentifio School begins Oc
Session of Law School begins October 3.
Session of Graduate School begins Oc
THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
Tliorougb iirepwriitloii for tUeCol
leeo. for tlm M'icntirio School, for
tin Sinai mid Military Acndemlw,
and fur ImslneiM.
Open to Htndeuts of botli mcxcs.
THE COHCOHAS SCIESTTFIC
Korty-Hfven Profp(Hor nnd in
HtructorH; twenty-throe full do
iuirtiiientu; twelve full courses ot
xtudy. Speclnl Htudentv admitted.
THE LAW SCHOOL.
Twelve professora, liicludlni; two
Ah-ocluti- JuttlcM of tlio United
Statcn Supreme Court.
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Thirty profeK--or8 nnd asslatanta.
Tb courno In four ycurs.
THE DENTAL SCHOOL.
Seventeen profeis-sors; unii8aal
fucllltlev. Tlio cuurao in tb.re
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL.
Coursen of advanced liiHtrnctlon,
leadluii to M. A., M.S.. C.E., E. E
and Pti. D.
For catalogue descriptive of the several
courses address ROBT. H. AIARTIN,
Tnc LAW SCHOOL FACULTY.
REY. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D.. President
TheHON. WALTER S.COX. LL. D., Dean.
(Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
of the District ot Columbia.)
Professor of the Law of Real Estate, ot
Contracts, and of Commercial Paper.
The HON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL D..
(Associate Justice it the Supreme Court
ot the United States,)
Professor of the Constitutional Jurlspnii
dence ot the United States, of the Law
ot Domestic Relations, of Per
sonal Property and of Torts.
The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY. LL. D
(Sometime Assistant- Attorney-General of
the United States.)
Professor ot Equity Jurisprudence, ot Com
mon Law and Equity Pleading, and ot
the Law or Evidence, and the
Jurisdiction and Practice ot
thu U. S. Courts.
The Hon. DAVID J. BREYi'ER. LL. D.,
(Associate Justice ot the Supreme Court
ot the United States,)
Professor ot the Law ot Corporation.
Prof. G. H. EMM0TT, LL. M
(ot the Johns Hopkins University,)
Lecturer on the Civil Law.
nENRY E.DAVIS, LL.-M..
(Sometime Assistant. Attorney ot the Dis
trict of Columbia,)
Lecturer on thu History ot Law.
WILLIAM T. MATTINGLY. Esq,
(ot the Washington Bar,?
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law.
The Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY.
(Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
ot the District of Columbia.)
Lecturer on Criminal Law and on Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
The Hon. BENJAMIN BUTTERWORTH,
(Sometime United States Commissioner of
Professor ot tho Law of Pntenta
WILLLVM G. JOHNSON, LL. M..
(or the Washington Bar.)
Professor ot Legal Catrthetics, Common.
Law Practice, and Judge ot the
COURT OF APPEALS.
WILLLVM F. MATTINGLY,
HENRY E. DAYIS. CHARLES W. NEED
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROBERT H. MAKTLV,
Secretary and Treasurer.
1864. Education For Real Life 189E.
For Sons and Daughters.
TherBpenccrlan Business College,
National Bank at tho Republic Building,
cor. 7th and D nw. Day and night sessions.
. The thirty-first scholastic year of this
popular Institution begins Monday, Sep
tember 2, 1695. Five departments, viz.:
Practical business, including complets
bookkeeping course, English, rapid cal
culations, rapid writing, moral and social
culture, Dclsarte system ot expression,
civics, political economy and commercial
law. Practical English, with initiatory
bookkeeping. Shorthand and Tvpewritlnjr,
including English: Spencerian Rapid Writ
ing. Mechanical and Agricultural Drawing.
FuU corps ot thoroughly trained teachers.
Offlca open every business day and
Writs or call for new annual announce
ment. Mrs. Sara A. Spencer,
Principal ami Proprietor.
Row open fcr the reception cf students.
Prof. Charles E. Monroe, Ph. D.
William R. Sjnith, Sunt. Botanical
Garden, U. S. A
Nancy D. Richards, M. D.
John F. Green, Inst.
For farther Information apply at residence,
llaplo Square, b. a Ave. and Ith St & E.
HTJTCHLN'S BUILDING. 10TH AND D
STS. N. W.
Wo teach electricity in science and application-
Applied mechanics. Mechanical
draughting and desisnlrg. TiiII Jal (ora
tory and lira el leal simp courses. Latest
and best methods. Not the "only school
in the world." but the I est in Washington
Opens October 2. Call at Hie office for
full particulars, or address the principal,
GEORGE EDW". DUNTON.
LADY STCDEIlTS ADMITTED.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE
. 1323 II Bt. nw.,
Washington. D C. The seventy-fourth
session begln3 October 1. 1893 The In
troductory lecture will he delivered by
Dr. W. W. Johnston at 8 p. m. October I.
Regular daily lectures at 5.30 p. m. Every
facility for clinical and 'Wimliiry
work. Laboratories open day and even-
S DU. D K. smiTR. Dean.
1120 New York ave.
DR. E. A. DE SCHWEIN1TZ.
ing niHl ruiiueuiatics; tattiou moder
ate. Addrcs.4 DRAFTSMAN. Times orfice.
T"Tctts J'edfe-al De-sartc-ent ct Howard
University win le rutifivjl; snail-
are.s nv rror. ii. uiiver uc;r,i. ii-'n j ncs
dav. OcL 1ft. at 7:20 n in., at il e tcl'tire
iMibiiiir. 7l.rtle-"io:! autl u-b' can-in- I
vj:ic tu lc trmci.t tti-i 01
1 , p . . (la.'i.tl I. n.trtm.,. t T?i-,r,-tl .
LiwVi t-j ij wl , 1, o'-rd rr.tSi an nrt
:re sltf l'rf. I. ,i.-.rl:e!t.5r : .ouTuix
Cai, Oct .. at 7 30 p. in., at the ccL'tce
UUtltt. VIiO- Uiit.sssuii ucd pUbcnre ln-vsrs-J
to be L.tuo.-:it Se27-5t
BCHOOL OF LAW
Rer. J nAYENS RICHARDS, S. J,
Preitdentof tte University.
Hon. HENRY B BROWN, LL. D.
(Justice Supreme Court or the United
Lecturer or. Admiralty .TnriJprudencw.
Hon. MARTIN F MORRIS. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the
District ot Columbia).
Lecturer on Cniirtltutioiinl and Interna
tional Law ard Ci.mpara
Hon. SLTH FHEFAKD. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the
Dlrtrlct or Columbia .
Lecturer on the Law of Corporations ana
Hon JEIttillAlI M WILSON. LU D..
Lecturer on the Law of Real Estate and
the Law of Evidcnce
J0SETI1 J DARLINGTON. LL D..
Lecturer on the Law. or Personal Prop
erty SLd Contracts
GEORGE i: HAMILTON. LL D ,
Lecturer 011 Practice. Testamentary Law
crd Krully P' adicg crd Pnictire.
R. ROSS PERRY, A M.. LL. D
Lecturer on ('nniunin Law Pleading. Criral
ral Law. i d Domestic Relations.
Rev RENE HOIAIND, 8 J.,
Lecturer 011 Natural Law.
TALLMADGEA LAMBERT. LL.D..
Lecturer on Ctvil Law.
CHARLES A DOUGLAbS. Erq ,
Lecturer ou the Law nf Torts and" Negotia
Circuit Court. MICHAEL J COLBERT.
Court nf Appeals Messrs TALLMADOE
A. LAMBERT. JOB BARNARD, and
HENRY WISE GARN'ETT
SAMUEL M YEATMAN. A. M..
Eecreta r v and Treasurer.
The twenty-sixth annual session ot
the School of Law opens WEDNESDAY.
OCTOBER 2, 1803, at G:30 p .m.. in its
commodious, specially designed Law
School Building. Nos. 50G and 508 E
street northwest, when the Introductory
lecture will lie delivered and announce
ments made for the ensuing term. Pres
ent and prospective students, alumni
and all others- In'.crestect in legal edeca
tion are cordially Invited to Le present
The secretary can be seen in his of
fice in the law building daily after
September 13. from G to 7 p. ra.. lor In
formation, enrollmenu etc. Those pro
posing to connect themselves with the
school for the ensuing term are request
ed to enroll tlielr names before the open
ing night arti tausavoni thedelay mciucnt
to that occasion.
Circulars giving the coarse of study.
terms, etc.. ran be obtained at book stores
of W. II. .Morrison's Son. 1326 F street
northwest; Lowdermtlk & Co 1421 F street
DorhtwesU and John Byrne & Co., 1322 F
street northwest, and at ",V. S. Thompson's
drug store. 703 Fifteenth street north
west, or on application personally or
by letter to th undersigned.
8. M. YEATMAN. Secretary.
School of Medicine.
The Conrso of Lcctnres will bczin MON
DAY, September 30. 1S93.
The Inaugural address wilt be glren bySUB-GEON-OENEUALOEUKGE
JL SlERNBtRG, U.
S. A Indefercncs to tho wishes ot many this
will take place at b p. ra, at the Coliego Build
log. 90 II street northwest. The public, includ
lnc ladles. Is cordially invited.
For further particulars and announcements
address the Doan,
a L. MAGRCDESl, M. D,
15 Vermont avenua.
Office hours until 10 a. d.,30 to 5 p. m.
M"M Ecmeopallils L'eQical Ccliegs
nas removed to the new college baildiirg.
No. 625 Massachusetts avenue northwest
The regular course of lectures for the
session ot 1895 0 willbegiu October 1, at
7.30 p. m The introductory address will
be made by thepresideut, Zatman Richards,
esq- followed by Prof. J. T. Hccsley,
M. D., Dean of Faculty. The public Is
cordially invited tu be present Students
desinrg to matriculate can get annorace
ments and information by applying to the
registrar at the college building The freo
dispensary for the treatment of all diseases
open daily from 2 to 5 p. m. Dental
Infirmary, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p. m.
By older of the Board of Trustees.
ZALMAN RICHARDS, president
FOE DAY SCHOLARS ONLY
Classical, Ecientine and Bcslnesi Coursss,
Jlilitarr Drill and Uniform.
Terms $10 per quarter.
Rev. COUNEUL'S GILLESPIE, 3. J.,
WiaiODA.UGHS.IS. 1328 I St. nw.
Classes begin Oct- 1; English branches.
Business classes. Elocution, Journalism,
Literature. Dancing. Delsarlc, French and
ADA L SMITH, Snpt felO-tf
GUNSTON INSTITUTE. 1212 and
121414th st. nw. Fourth session opens
Sept. 25. MR. and MRS. B. B. MASON.
Washington School of Expression,.
METZEROTT MUSIC HALL.
Voice a specialty. Pantomimic trainiiur. and
Physical Culture. Best methods. Indorsed by
Yale, Harvard, University of Chicago, and
ethers. &end for anuouacement.
WM. E JIOWRER. I-rincipal.
The llonarj Iniicrsity Law School
Will open TUE-'DAY, Oct. 1. at M0 p. m. TUI
TION FREE Fer circulars coatalnlsir farther
inrcrmation address JAHE9F. liUNDY. secre
tary OCTce in Law N.-hooI UailJlng. 4.t 5th St.
nw. The school Is npan to all, WITtlOCT DIS
TINCTION or UACEOK MC. who ara overW
years of age anJ possess proper quallflcations
NATIONAL Academy ofFlcc Arts
Drawing anu Painting. Thorough in
struction for artists, teacners, decorators,
designers, illustrators, parents and children.
In ever branch ot art. Portraits to
order in everv stvle. from $10 to $3,000.
Old or lu'iired pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored, in Ihc most skillful manner. C02
Est nw. sc.- tr
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY
(JKUoB. 1312 Massachusetts avenue.
Warhii gtaa.D.C. Aday school foryouni
ladles and. little girls. In addition to a
thorough cocr'- in English, French. German
and Latin, rpccial advantages arcof fereu. u
rtudents in tne art an'l musical departments.
A klrdergurten will be opened in cotinec
tion with the academy. (claim
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. VL ave.
and Thomas circle, reopens its fair
term Monday, Sept- 9. Apply or send for
year book. BROTHER FAERICAN.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE A
Home una tray s-chntr for Girls. 161
N st .near Con-n client ave.
MRS WM. D CAUELL,
SPANISH Is the mest Lcuutifcl of all
Ctn.iMM- and tho easiest to learn; you
an read, write, nnd converse in twenty
Icssons. Address ESrANOL. this oftice.
Dresden iiowcr. latttlscaue;
French figure work anil gold i ciri i-n,
taught by MISS 11ICKOX, studio 439 G st
"WANT to be imlepcndent Loarn the
easy, prorilable branch of art I teach.
Takes very few lessons; costs very little.
ART TEACHER, 60S 11th st. nw.
THE COHCOHAS (5 ALLEUVOT ART.
The Art School connected with the
Corcoran Gallery of Art will be opened on
Mjnday, October 7. 1895. Applications
lor nuiiision must be made at the 17th St.
entrance By order, F. 8. BAEBAEIN.
MR. HERNDON MORSELL,
rupil cf Francesco Lainpertle, ot Milan.
StMlbv nt n.a!tfuce7 1110 ISth su nw.
to 17-1 mo
" feHOETHANl) A SPECIALTY.
Dv IL C. Tanner, Granite bMg.. corner P
arnt hatn streets. Call or send for cir
"LABI leacliers" desire dancing, pu
p:w. terms, with music, $5 for course
of (, i.r w ' hor.rs, ciass, $.1 8 lessune,: chil
lrcii S:l per quarter: relercuccs. Address
SELECT CLASSICAL AND MATHB
Bchoot for Young Men and Boys,
914 14th st. bet. I and K.
Begins its forty-fourth scholastic year Sep
ttinlicr 23 This school has a national repu
tation, and is recosnlzedasoneottheleadlns
preparatory reboots of this country- If
prepares for all the unlverai ties, colleges ana
sci'Mitiflc scboofcr. ror the United States
Mibtarv autt f.aval aradcmles. and for busi
irss. Thegradaatesof thisschool take high
rank wherever they go.
Mr.Ed win H. Foe tcr will contmuelncharga
of the Junior Department Foe circulars,
CHAS. B. YOUNG, Th. D.,
scl7 1m Principal and Proprietor.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
WASHINGTON. D C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAT
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS
Twentv first year opens TUESDAY, Oc
tober first Large and attractive build
ings, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a refined home and a progres
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day school may be madeaf tcrSeptembcr
fifteenth, between the hours often and on
o'clock each morning
MRS ELIZABETH J.SOMERS,
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 School, 2d floor, Len man bulld-
,...- ... x-.. r...t. ...... .. . r. 11 ......it
JUn. It i cw luik aitr.iin. biuii'iiiou
pa rtlcnlnrs. se25-l m.
PAINTING lessons, by Mr. and Mrs.
m. Mcfclmimey, 425 4th st. nw.; day
and. evening classes, terms moderate.
CORNER Off cIXTH AND JJ
In Effect Sent.0. 1805.
O A. St PENNSYLVANIA LIM
ITED r-ullman Sloping. Dining, Smok
ing, and uuservaiioa cars ixarriscurir 10
Chicago. Clcclrnat!. Indianapolis. St
Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrlsburg
IO 30 A- M FAST LINE. Pullman
Buuet Parlor Oar to Uarrlsbarg Parioi
and Dining Cars, Uaristiarg to Pitts
burg 34OP M CHICAGO AND ST. LOUI3
EXPRESS Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car to UarrUburg Sleeping and Dining
Cars. Harisburg to St Louis, Cincinnati.
Louisville, aud Chicazo.
7 O P- IU WESTERN EXPRESS.
Pullman bleeciia; Car to Chicago, and
Harrlsburg to Cleveland Dining Car to
7" 10 i at SOUTHWESTERN EX
PRESS. Pullman Slceprcg rnd Dining
Cars to St Loais. and Sleepa-g Car..
Harrlsburg to CincinnatL
10.40 P. XT. -PACIFIC EXPRESS
Pullman Bictping car to Pittsburg
T.fSO A. SI. forEane. Canacdaigna,
Kocnestcr. ana Niagara. Falls dally, ex
1 0.30 A. 3T. forFJmira and-Ecnovo,
daily, except Sunday For Williams
port daily. 3.40 p ni.
T.1 0 P. 31. for Williamsport. Roches
ter. Buliaio. and Niagarv Falls dally,
except Saturday, with sleeping car Wash
ington to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo.
1 0,40 P. JMC. for Erie. Canandalcua,
Rochester. Buffalo, and Niagara Fallsi
daily, sleeping car Washington to En-ira
For l'liiludelurila.Now York und tlio
st.OO P. 3. CONGRE33IONALLIM
I'lED'' All Parlor Cars, with Dining
Car from Baltimore, for New Yorr
daily, for Philadelphia week-devs Regu
lar at 7.05 (Dining Car), 7 20. 9.00.
10 00. (Dining Can. and 11 uo (Dicing;
Can a In.. 12 126.96.36.199.20,6.40. lO.Ou,
and 11.33 p m. On Sunday, 7.08
(Dining Cari. 7 20. 9.00. 11 00 (Dining
Car) a m .188.8.131.52. 420, 6.40, 10.00.
and 1 1 35 p m For Philadelphia only,
Tast Express 7 50 c m. weet-days. Ex
press 2 O! and. 5.40 17. m. daily.
For Boston, without c:iaiige. 7.50. a. m.
week-days, and 3.15 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore. 0.25. 7.05. 7.20. 7.50. 9.00.
10.00. 10.SO, 11.00 and 11.50 a. m,
12.15. 2-01. 3.15. 3tJ0 (4.0O Limited).
4.20. 4.36. 3.40. 6.05, 6.40. 7.10. 10.0O.
1(1.40. 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. Oo-Run-day.
7.05. 7.20, 9.00. 9 05. 10.30. 11.00
a.m.. 12.15. 1.15, 2.111. 3.15. 3.4014 00
Limited). 4.20, 5.40. C.03. 6.40. 7.10.
10.00, 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.u a. m. and 4.S6
p m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis. 7.20, 9.00 a..rn.. 12.15 and
4.20 p. m. caliy, except Sunday. Sun
days. 9.0O a. tn. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for RIch-s
mond. Jacksonvlllo and Tampa, 4J30
a. ra 3.30 p. m. dairy. Richmond, acd
Atlanta. $.40 p. m. daily. Richinood.
only. 10.57 a. m. week-days.
Accommodation for Quantico. 7'45 a. m,
daily, and 4:25 p. m. week days.
For Alexandria. 4.30. 6.35, 7.45. 8.40.
9.45. 10.57, 11.50 a. m.; 12.60, 1.40.
3 20. 4.23. SCO. 6.37. 0.16, 8.02.
10 10. and 11.39 p. ni. On Sunday ns.
4.30. 7.45. 9.45 a. m.: 2.45. 6.15,
8.02, and 10.10 n m.
Leave Alexandria- for Washington, 6 05.
0 43. 7.05, 8.00. 9.10. 10.15, 10.28
a. 111.: 1.00, 2 15, 3.00, 3.23. 5.00.
5.30, 6.13, 7.00. 7.20. 9.10. 10.62.
and 11. 08p.ru. OnSundayat6.43,9.10.
10.23 a. ni.: 2.15, 5.30. 7.00. 7.20.
9.10. and 1J.52 p. t.
Ticket offices, nortt.cast corner of Thir
teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue,
and at the stution. Sixth and B streets,
where orders- can be left for the checking
of baggage to destination from hotels and
EVENING OF SACRED SONG
Unique Services Held at the Cen
tral Union Mission Hall.
Encouraging Reports Received Rer
spectlng the Attcndnnco nt the
National Convention Here,
Tte services at Central Union Mission
Hall, Louisiana avenue. Saturday evening
were of more than nual interest. It was
an evening; of ?acrrd sorgs , when the gospel
was song, not spoken.
The service was held Immediately after
the open-air meeting in Market space, and
was attended by a very large congregation.
The service was conducted by Brother
George Wheeler and consisted ot the sing
ing of sacred songs.
The uiosic wa exceptionally fine, and
besides the congregational singing sev
eral solos and ducts were rendered by
rr.cmher3of theMlssain Choir. ThesoIoi3U
were Miss Danna and Mra. Evelyn Brown.
An orchestra under the d.rcction of Mr.
Henney added greatly to the elfect of the
singing. The urcl cstra consisted of Miss
YlngUng, comet, Mr. Ilenaey, trombone;
Mi3 Bliss and Mr Wheeler, violins. Mrs.
Brown presided at the organ.
Near .the close ot the service Mr. Wheeler
called the attention of the audiehce rojthe
National Gospel Mission Union conventiua
which will be held In this city October IB
to 17, inclusive The reports received, ho
said, were very encouraging, aud there was
every"re2son to believe thai the convention
would result in much good.
Among those who it Ls expected will at
tend are Mrs. Wbittemore, S. n. Hadley,
nnd Reed, of Chicago, Dr. KlopsCh, ot the
Christian Herald, aud Mr. Hughes, of thu
Eowery Mission. There ts also just a fatnc
hop: that Miss Willard anu Lady Somerset;
may be here and address the conven
tion. The first day will be devoted entirely
to local organizations and all the charitable
societies will be Invited to be present and,
palricipate In the'pr(eedings.
The committee of arrangements consists
of Rev. E. D. lialley, Mesilames. S. D. La
Fetra. P. W-. Pratt and Croft, Messrs. Geo.
A. Hilton, Geo. W. Wheeler, Dr. E. J. Car
penter and P. S. Foster. The music will
be under 'iie direction ot Mr. Geo. W.