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THE HORCTDgG- TIMES. .FBIDAT. OCTOBER 4, 1895.
One Gent
Per
Word
One Cent
Per
Word
One (tyit
Pes
WORD
One Gent
Per
wo.id
One Gent
Per
W0R9
One Cent
W0R9
'To advertisement lessthaalO.
Ko adrartisanunt 1e than 10a.
Ko advertiaaraaot lass than 10.
Koadreftlsamaat less than 10a
KondTcrtisemsnt ln than tO.
Koadrartliaraaat tan thaa 10.
One Gen A
No advartlaement less than 1 Ok
HEI.r "WANTED MAMS.
WANTEB-wpral cash Iwys. Apply
at ST UOLIIENHERG, 028 7th St.,
formerly Carlmrt & Leldy. lt
WANTED-Man (white) fur general
work ana who understands how to
cook oysters. 355 Pa. ave. niv. ocl-2 1
WANTED- Young men to introduce
nrsl-cuss combination work Just issued
In New York- ly the Judge Co.; jxteUcnt
opportunity for young men entering 1 usl-
ness. J. E. M. It., this office. ne4-6
WANTED- F.irmnand.Falrviewrann.
Bladensuurg road. Call; 110 letters an
swered. ,1 1
WANTED-li-rurance men on salary or
commi-vsiou. Industrial and ordinary lire:
exceptional plan and rates, to men of ex
perience and ability we are open lor busi
ness. JAS. AV. YATES, Guardian Life,
1324 T st. uw. lt
WANTED-Colored hoy about lOycars
out ai-. house boy. 218 list, fcc. oc4-2t
WANTED-First-class building and
loan agent as manager for Baltimore;
also several good agents for city work;
good money to bustlers. Apply 017 F St.,
lower floor. oc3-5t-cm
WANTED-First-Class ccok lorojster
bouse; to tcrve at nights; 41P fih st
oct3 3t-cm
WANTED-Experienced roan to male
over and lay two carpets. 114 Third
it. nw. y"9PL
WANTED-An experienced whitenian
to lake .uurgc of tlabie and C horses;
to live over the stable. Apply 1713 Pa.
Te. lt-cni
WANTED-Ten first-class coat mak
crsatouve. J.D.UURN3&C0.,9thand
O sts nv. oct2-tf
WANTED-A business firm dcslrti'ga
temperate, industrious man, with rirst
class business and clerical qualifications,
splendid recommendations. Address BIZ,
this office. oc2-3t
WANTED-A good liushclman: aLso a
boy Iuiiue 11 few years experience at
tailoring at E. MORGAN'S, 800 K st. uw.
oc2-:tt
WANTED-Good canvassers; ?0 salary
per week and commission. Call In
morning. 733 7lh st. nw. oc2-3t
HELP 1VANTED-FEMALE.
WANTED-A white girl as cook in
a small i.uiiily; 110 washing and iroi.tng.
Apply at vi.i itnoue isianq ave. oci--i.
WANTED-""15 colored conk and one
cliaiiuieriunld. 730 11th M. 11 w. It
WANTED-NursegirLwhiteorcolored;
must iirn g rercreacea and stay at ijglit.
43a 7lh st. nw. lt
WANTED- AVhiteglrl as domcstlcand
cook. Tiu2 X. Cap. St. It
w ANTED-Apprentice for dressmak
ing and errands, lime. HTATT, H08
N. Y avc. nw. ii0?!
WANTED-At 17G5 Q Mreel, a neat,
light-colored girl as housemaid and
waitress in private family; must be (milk
andactlve.aiidslay at night. It-cm
WANTED-Voung lady on pants and
uu laitMter. Address A. ULAZMAN,
2038 7lh st. nw. oc3-3t
WANTED-A German girl or woman
tor general homework in small fam
lly. Apply 2200 F t-t. nw. oc3-3t
WANTED-" apprentices at first-class
dressmaking; call between G and 7 p.
m.. at 17.13 Otn st. nw. oct2 3t-nn
WANTED-GJ hands for sewing.
I II. ttui.i". 1824 7th st.nw. ncl2--'t
WANTED-A while girl, for house
work aid assist in kitchen. Must lc
a good asher and ironer. Apply at 1827
14th st uw if -em.
WAKTED-to" Protective Agency
has places for help every day wlta
good references. All capacities. Glo llta
st. 11. w. EP4-lrno
HEI.V WASTKD-MAIiE AND
FEMALE.
"VANTED-Si)pi'no and tenor voices
lorn 'irsi-ti.;s.,irolestant choir. Send
address 10 CHOIR, this office. oc2-3t
WANTED-Smith Ftemlor Typo
wnter operators aud stenographers
directed to position. Operators de
filing to familiarize themselves with new
Ko. 2 Bmilh Piemior Tyiiewrlter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
CO . So 1416 F Bt. nw. Jy31-tf
proposals.
PHOPOSALS for roofing materials
Oitice l'ulilic. Baildlugs and Grounds,
War Denarltrei.t. iVaJiltston, I. C, Sep
tember 23, 1BSI5. Sealed proposals, in
duplicate, will Ire received Iipik- until 2
p. m. JIO.VDAY. October 21, 1S85. forfnr
uishlng and delivering materials for a tin
roof and copper gutter and cornice for the
new liulldlns under construction at the
Government Printing Ortlce. Specifica
tions, forms for j.roiKisais, and all neces
sary information can be obtained here or
at JJo. 29 II street northwest, night is
reserved tn reject any aid ail proposals.
JOHN M WILSON. Col.-Engrs.
se23.24.2.-,.2.ocl8.H
sitdattox wanted-3ial,e.
WANTED-By a man, a place as
coachman; woman as chamberranld;
man perfectly sober. Call or address G30
N t. nw. It
WANTED-Bj reliable young colored
111.111, puce as driter or porter in store
or office: can give best city ref. Address
LEWIS. 1 434 3'llh st.nw.. city. lt-me
WANTED-Er a colored boy, about
eighteen, a place driving for a doctor.
Call 1702 T street It
WANTED- Youngnun who lias worked
at car punning; must know how to clean
old work and put on under coats. Apply
sfter G 11 m.. U37 Mil, avc.sw. It
WANTED-Younc man from North
wants a position in private family; has
been coachman; best city refs as to
character Address B., this office.
oc 3 3 t
WANTED-Uf a gentleman, ixvitlon
ciiherciencal or general, where call earn
$10 or .$12 week. Address G., thisoifice.
oc2-3t
WANTED SHu-itioii by experienced
tniiors' cutter; out of town preferred.
G03 I M nw. oc2-3t
WANTED-Young man, with office,
iiesire-i .igi'ncy for a gocd article. Ad
dress ENEUGETlC, tliU office.
oc2 3t
WANTED-A young ma nwould like a
place 111 n private fjinliy to run a
furnace or cs house servant; can furnish
r,T Address R. T- this offlie. o-l-4t
tV ANTED HOUSES.
WANTED House suitable for fmall
business, lor cash. D. C, this office.
1 t,c.m
roil I1E.VT-IIALL.
FOR RENT Hue large ball. 75x25
at h i.l liro-H 1125 Ij.stp. H-Sli-lOt
FOR SALE SUBUItltAN.
FOR SALE-Small farm good house
and barn; 0 mile's from Washington.
Inqnire nf ,k AI. SPKINGMAX, Springman
P O- a. oc3-7t
HOARDING.
GOOD loom and board for gendcraeo
at moderate prices. Addres G. L., this
offiee. oc4-3t
GOOD BOARD, pleasant rooms,
t-ouiiierii exposure, also table board.
8011 II st nw. oc3-3t
BOARDING- Bay window front
ioniu:-)pp.dio nark, with or without
hoard G02 II ft. sw. fe30-4t
ATTORNEY'S.
CAMPBELL CARBINGTON.
Attoruey-at-Law. Webster Law Build
ing. 005 D st- nw., Washington, 1). C.
Residence. .Vo. 3, Mount Vernon Flats,
eor y. Y avo. and flth st. nw. selD-lmo
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-516. Will sell you a 6r.
a. in. i. liouse for $18 per month, or
rent for $10. Address or call after 6
p m P.E M., 1G31 3d st. nw. oc.t-2t
toil EXCHANGE.
"FOR EXCHANGE rino blooded,
fize Him etjie, dnvuyr .horse for good
heavy work horse. Call after D p. m
234 14thFt.sw. oc4-3t
TOTP platform spring wagon for Bo-top
wagon, one-horse. Call after 5 p. m.
84 14th st. sw. ocl-3t
SITTTATIONS WANTED-FEMALE.
WANTED-Uefluud young" lady wishes
posiiiouua housekeeper In private family
or first-class hotel. Address 11. 8., this
orflc-e. oc4-3t
WANTED-Situation by colored girl
as cook, no washing" stay nights. Ad
dress 2.(5 2d si. ne. It .
WANTED-A Et'I to do general house
work In small family; no washing or
Ironing; must be veil recommended. 1
Tenn. nve. ne. -It
WANTED-Situation as cook In first
class boardlng-houso or restaurant.
Addrcs-s I S., this office. It
WANTEB-BJ 1311 of normal school,,
Place as governess for oung children.
Address GOVERNESS. 1500 32d St. It
WANTED Place in private family to
do general housework; young woman.
BELLI! TKENT.4U2 P sU uw. It-em
WANTED-Hf elderly lnuy. .situation
as cempauion to an imalid lady. Ilet
crciux-s exchanged. Address 73 O st.
nw. oc3-3t
WANTED-Br nv-pectable colored
woman; i-oiijwork: prefers to go home
n 1 gnm. iiiiiress mo vj uw. m..,-,; 1
WANTED-Bf a joung lady, place ns
dstiier, 3 years' experience. Ad
dress E. E.L .tlitsorfite. oc2-3t,e,m
WANTED-Position by a jouna lady
as clerk, cashier or orfice assistant.
Address A.B. I)..i44 L al.cc. oc3 3t
WANTEB-Br German girl, situation
lis housekeeper for bachelor or for
small rrivate lamdy. Address A11SS MIN-
Mil;. 7UZ t-iornia nve. nw. oc-iic
WANTED-By a joung lady; ik1
1K111 us ijpewrlter 01 cashier. Ad
dross G H.. this nffhp. ne 2 3t
TTAXTED ROOMa.
WANTED-By man, wife and child,
unrurnLshed room, with boArd; state
lowest terms. RELIABLE, thii orrlee.
oc3-2t .
WANTED-Gentleman will give 520
month, nulf in advance, for good board
nndroou,, nw., tt 1st and 7th. Addreia
Box 31)0 clly pnst-i;fflcc oc2 3t
WANTED "POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED-All kinds or o!d U. 8.
luiuge auuiiiv); I)eiirtment st.imp
eHtially dc-slri-o. lllgcevl prices pan!.
II. P. liUXKHOUST. 1005 Vlh st. nw.
oc:',-7t
WANTED-U- S- nrrt foreign stamps
and iirooi scu, at highest prices. A
large and ctiotce assortmeiu ror sale. C.
F. UUTHFLCHS, 30 1-2 Pa. nc.
ef-7t
WANTR II-.MISCEI.LA 5 EODS.
WANTED-Uow lor small hire and
board, n. J!., this office. ocJ-2t
WAKTEB-Toluy a small news plant.
long primer anu noiipareii. Auuress
NEWSl'APKR, this officii. oc4-3t
WANTED-A round oyster
luu4 Pa. ave. nw.
counter.
It
WANTED-Ilouietle.inli.g contracted
lor at io-vom prices; satisfaction guar
nntccil. DOAIES tIC "SERVICE BUIttAU.
607 F uw. oc4-2t
WANTED-A counler about 12 It.
long, suitable for tobacco store; also a
G or S it. st ow case; must be cheap. E. A
AV.jJ.bis office; oc3-2t-cm
WANTED-Lat robe in good coodi
tiju; state make end price; must be
t fcca p. A ddrtr- s.M. P.. this of flee. ltK-ai
WANTED-'!1' houses lor sale and
reel in ai 1 secll'ms of lite city: send de
scription nr.d lowi-st price, or will cnll. AV.
K. .VcCOY, Room 34. Le Broil Building.
oc2-3t-cm
AVANTED-Mesmeric subjects. A
gentleman interested in mesincrHn
wouU like to meet a number of genuii'O
subjects. They will find it to then
interest to address S. 11., this office.
oc2-3t
WANTED-TopTirchasca second hand
plioto-zrai'ii Nhuni-.bcr; state size and
price. AMATEUR, this office. oc2-3t
WANTF5D-Girls tn Defeir-upportim:
marneu udics to lessen dicssmakiug
Mils by leaining to cut by Alercaant Tailor
Square: particulars at school, 718 12lh
tt. sel4-lf
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
AVE STOP ALL 1XAK3 FREE.
ADdchsrpo only for pslntiu irorkfairaatotl
AT. RUllBEJt RlKir PAI.NT (A). HCI Stl uir
MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED-Typewriters rentiil at re
uuceu rates, with privnlege of purchase;
Fold on small monthly payments. See tile
Duplex (double f peed) tyiK-writer. AA'antwl,
ojierators to learn. NEWMAN'S, Gil 7Ur
tu 'Phone. 1185. oc3-4-cm
"AVE hae an cxtenPlve map of AVnsliing
ton and bulletin: a postal card pent to us
with vour name and addres-. will find jou
ill pon-efsloil of it. AVM. H. EAITNUERS &
CO.. 1407 P St. se2K-3t-eod
IF YOU have a store or other business
uj Tiiih sold without publicity, call
on me. W. K. AIcCOY, Room 34, Le Droit
Building. octS-St-cm
LACE curtains laundered by hand by
an expert, from 35c. np; mail orders
promptly attended to. 15 V i.u nw.oc2.3tem
mmvs. Rilles. Revolvers, loadlii" tools.
hunters' outfits, watches. Jewelry,'1
guitars, violins, uanjos, maucoucs, at anout
one-half regular dealers' or ices at I'AAVJT
SHOP. No. 1003 K ft. nw. ocl-6nio
AVANTED-All should know Dr. Jlnry
uordou ictls truthfulness of friends,
business deal, or matrimonial venture.
Tell all your busluers afralrs with utmost
truth; lost or stolen property; every hid
den mystery revealed; makes speedy and
happv marriages with the one jou love
by proper advice. flon't buy, tell, or
go on a joun.cy until you lonsult this
gifted lady in person or by letter. She
diagnoses your case by spiritual insight
aided by a staff or competent pujsitiaus.
Ladles may consult in confidence on all
diseases peculiar to their sex. Office
and residence. 1100 G st. nw. sc20 1m
J. D. MERRITT. Photographer, re
moved 10 4n anu 4GI Pa. ave. uw.;
all work strictly first-class. se2S-lm
JTTST RECEIVED rinc lot young Cn
tiaii parrots, guaruuiced to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocktiig blnls. gold
fMi. dogs, and fac y pigeons. SCHAHD'S,
712 12tli stuw.. branch 1221 Pa. avo.
mvlO-tf
FOR BENT-TIOUSES.
FOR RENT 02G X. C. ave.se., 8 rooms
and uruk stable, S35; 37 S st. nw.
new, 0 roonn, ?25 008 15t!i st.ne., Grooms
aud cellar, M&.Ct, Gl 1, siore, corner letli
and Tenn. ave., ne., with 7-rooni dwelling,
81G.50. F.J.Bir.UIIONNi:,Rooni23,OIUo
National Hani: Bldg.
FOR RENT An b-room house, wash
aud woonuouse attacheJ; good well of
water at door, five minutes walk from tta
Uon. Address or apply to J. A. I L1CK
INUER, A'icnna, Fairfax county, Va.
oc3-3t
FOR RENT To a respectable parly,
turnisneu iioose filled with roomers;
first-class location; refs. G. AI., this of
flce. oc3-3t
FOR RENT Fivo new bay window
brick liouse with bis rooms, bath, cellar
andstabletowidealley. Tliese houses must
bo seen to be appreciated. Any pcrsou
desiring a nice home in southeast section
willfindlthere. N'os.73Gto74G 12tlist se.
S18 per month each. A. BEHRENH, 017
E Bt. nw. oc2-7t
FOR RENT Dwelling house nnd store,
Betiiesda, Montgomery Co., Sid.: easy
terms Address A. C0U.NSELSLVNN, tills
orfice se27-7t
FOR SALE STTHPR DAN.
FOR SALE or exchange for city prop
erty; beautiful house; large grounds;
shade and fruit; Laurel, Md., near Balti
raorcelcctric road; a decided bargain If deal
can lie made while owners here temimra
rily from AVest. Address OAVNER. 1416 O
st. oc3-2t-em
FOR SALE-Beautiful place at Rlv
erdale, on B. & O.; large, new 7-roora
house; well;stable; orchard, etc.;lotG0xl28;
one square from slatlon' half square from
electHC road; only $2,600, part cash.
S. M. JONES, 510 10th nw. oc4-3t
TVANTED FLATS.
WANTED-A 5 or Oroummndernflat;
convenient to 14th st. car line. Ad-
dress MODERN" FLAT, thti office. selG-tf
LOST.
"COST Bunch of small keys; reward; le-
turn to MINNICH'S BETECTIVB
AGENCY-. 1225 F St. nw. oc4-2t
liOST On Tuesday last, near 4th and M
sttr. nw., 3-montlfold bull tcrricrpuppy;
white except' for one tan ear. Liberal re
ward Uteturued to 318 Elm at., Le Droit
Park. oc3-lt-em
FOR BENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Large, well furnished
front room, to one or two gentlemen.
In private family; uetuanilUsnt; price, 512;
references required. Apply at 918 Rhode
Island ave, oc4-2t
FOR RENT One nice room, unfur
nished or furnished. 355 Pa. ave. uw.
ocl-2t
FOR RENT Unfurnished 1311 11th
tt. uw.. four lovely rooms; parlor,
chamber, dining room and kitchen.
1 oc-l-St
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
Tno .rooms, 2u floor, rur. comuieloi
front cor. room 20x22, back 14 ft. sq.;
cooking utensils, dishes, gas, bath, heat,
refrigerator, and sewing machine. 301
lOtli st. sw., near Bmltli.su nlnn. It
FOR RENT Unfurnished large sec
ond storj front room; circular lay
window, near Cairo Flats. 1010 17th
st. 11
FOR RENT Largo furnished room on
tirsttioor; also desirable rooms: tuadults
only; transients accommodated. 412 Sixth
st- nw. oct3-2t-em
FOR RENT Furnished second story
back room, $5 per month, 1137 Bin,
nw. oct3-3t-cm
FOR RENT Rooms; 158 T st. n.;
fur. or uuxur.; with or without board.
oc3-l t-enj
DESIRABLE unfur. front rooma,
wiui or without board, to reflned adults;
gas, hath and heat. Ull 4th st.ne.
oc3-2t-em
FOR RENT 1122 lGth St. nw., large
wclt-iumlsued rooms; fine location:
reasonible terms; also table board.
oc3-3t-etn
FOR RENT DOG Mass. ave. nw., to
small, quiet family, 4 or 6 rooms.
Including double parlors, for housekeep
ing; considerable furulture, if, desired.
Call bctweon 4 and 7 p. m.; refs. oc3-2t
FOR RENT Hnndhoroe rosewood fur.
room lor rent cheap. 722 lllb.El.nw.
oc3-7t
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
third Hour, with heal and gas, hot and
cold water, $11 .per month. 120 C at.
nr. oc3-3t
FOR RENT Furnlsheil rooms on scc
oud and third floor, with board: refer
ence given if required. 1723 aud 1725 a
sU oc3-7t
FOR RENT 2GIst-uw.,3unrurn'slied
rooms, third floor, for light house
keeping: heat, gas, bath, and other prlvi
leges; 14 per month. oc.'l-2t
FOR RENT 3 communicating rooms,
suituo,e tor light housekeeping. No. 417
K. Y. ave. oc:wh
FOR RENT 21 U sU uw., clahl
rooms; 5(5 u mo; tirivate iamuy.
oc3 2t-su
FOR KENT 1320 14th st. uw two
desirao.e second-story iront ruoms, fur
nished; relcrcntes exchanged. oc3-3t
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms, 520
New Jerey aye, nw. cc3 3t
FOR RENT 243 N. Cap. st., fur.
iiMMir,: Jil and 3d flo-irs; single or en
suite; with first-class table board; near 3
car lines and Capitol. oc3 7t
FOR RENT No. 11C3 19th St. nw.,
luriaMieu or uufuniisbed, one large
svond tloor front room, aico-e; new houe;
no children In houe; with or without board.
oc3-7t
FOR RENT 3 very desirable fur.
rooms -d thxir; with or without board;
convenient to cars: rent moderate; private
family. 313 Gth st. se. oc3 .It
FOR RENT Large, nicely furnished
irout, room: $10 par month; ery cen
tral;oiiptKitet;ityIIallPark. 421 Itlist.uw.
oct2-3t-em
FOS RENT 3 nice rooms, unfurnished;
Sil per month. 410 H st.nw.
oc2-3t
FOR RENT 1 front room, 2d floor,
121I::, 10 gent; 2 squares from Capitol;
So. Addres.314 3d su ne. oc2-3t
FOR RENT 1 2d-floor front room and
haitroo.n, unfur.; heat and gas; priato
family; no children. 1400 Columbia st., cor.
0 st. oc2-3t
FOR RENT-Fur.-SG to $12, In
private lamliy, beautllul corner rooms,
southern exposure; single and en suite;
h'.it and gas; eerything first class; no
children, fill N. C. nve. se. oc2-3t
FOR RENT No. 9 K st. ne, two
haudoineiS furnished rooms, with or
without board; private iamily: convenient
to Pen-Ion and Government Printing of
fices; very low terms to permanent tenants.
oct2-4t
Sl.GO and $2.00 per week, newly fur-nn-hed
rooms; gas, bath; private family.
80G II SL nw. oct2-3t
T09 H St. nw., large unfurnished room.
oct2-3t
FOR KENT Large, handsomely fur
nished or untnrnUhed com. Lay window
parlors, separate or together; ridding bed,
heat. gas. and bath: suitable for dentist:
none in vicinity; other rooms: furnished
hall bedroom, $4 tier month. 215 Otli st
sw., near B. ocl Gt
FOR RENT 3 iinnirni-hed rooms on
Ulirtf lioor. 1133 HUh st. ocl-3t
FOR RENT For housekeeping, three
desirable unfurnished rooms. 911 1st
st. nw. ocl -5t
FOR "RENT Desirable rooms: reason
able rates: quiet location. 824 l.'llh
st- nw. ocl-3t
FOR RENT 512 E st. nw., near Gth.
desirable iur. parlors, alcove, single or
en b'aite; also, front rooms 2d and 3d
floors: very central. se28-7t
FOE RENT 512 E St., near Gib, de-
sirauie iur. iJuriurs, uiiutir, oniric or
en suite; also irout rooms 2d and 3d floors;
verv central, se28-7t
FOR RENT Ilargalu In rooms for
housekeeping, also stable. Inquire
drugMore.2303 14tti st.nw. se28-0t
FOR RENT Fur. room for gentlemen;
r& to t' per mon th;gas, hath, and heat.
101-1 1'lth st. nw. te27-7t
FOR KENT Coal and wood yard with
all the appliances for doing business;
locaiedonapulillclfcoroughtare B LEON
ARD. 530 4 1-2 su sw. tc29-7t
FOR irENT rur. rooms ror geutle
ixivn; jo to $10 per mouth; gas. hath
and heau 1014 IO1I1 st. nw. sc29-7t
TEMPLAB HOUSE. 207 Pa. ave.
nw. pleasant rooms; excellent board
from $4 to $0 per week. sc29-7t
SIONEY" WANTED AND TO LOAN.
MONEY"! MONET! MONEY!
AVo liavo It.
AAe lll lend It.
AA'i iut 3011 to Iioao It.
All wo want Is satlsfa'.tory real estate
security. ' Come tn us with jour appli
cations and wc can tell you what we
will do assoon as wc examine the pniperty.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange. 907
G st.
WE have the following amounts to loan
on approved real estate in the District:
S3.000.sa,ll00, $6,000. $10,000. ntlowcst
rates of interest; no deiay. HERRON &
NIXON. 1304 F st. nw.
TT. ft. FJILTON'S Loan orrice 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established in 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds, Jew
elry, silverware, etc. Spcial bargains In
watches. Jewelry, and silverware au20-6ni
M ONEY to loan on lionds, stocks, trusts,
loan association certificates, and old
Mno life Insurance policies; no delay.
YERKES 4 BAKER,
40 10 40 Met 7crot I Bldg V
"MONEY TO LOAN In large sums,
or as low- as 1.0uo, at 5 and 6 per
rent on D. C. real estate; also $250. $500,
S750. etc.. at 5 per cent WM. H. SAUN
DERS A CO.. 1407 F St. nw tf
MONET TO LOAN All classes of
real estate loans made with promptness
HI curent rates. THE AIcLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
ner loth and G streets nw. m9-tf
WANTED The loan of $8,000 onfirst-
cia&8 msiue property; no omenta. 700
19 th St.
sel2 tt
MONEY to loan at 5 and ft per cent,
on District of Columbia realty: no delay
If security is satisfactory.
WALTER H. ACKEH, 704 14th nw.
Jy31-tr.
MONEY to loan on real estate In tin
District, at lowest rates nf interest
No delay. HEBRON A NIXON, 1304 F St.
- w. nl-ltuo
FOR BENT FLATS.
FOR RENT-730 8th st. ne.; a very
Desirable flat of 4 rooms, southwest
corn ex of 9th and H -sts. ne.; rent, $14
per month; water and bath. oc4-3t
r-EHSONAL.
WILL gentleman who saw two negroes
assault young man last Wednesday
night between F'st. and Fa. ave. on 14tli
st. nw., about 12 p. in., give address. Ad
dress (l. B., this office. It
-PTinc. r-"T. A -CAVns!iliii.mn'nli!e.steft-
tub.islied and rchalile clairvoyant nnd
medium, who tells you all things and howta
avoid all trouble; also how to reuilnhuslmnd
or lover. Jt In search of truthful advice
consult hint on all nirairs. lie will not de
ceive or mislead you and guarantees satis
faction to all who seek nw advice. Fee
50 cents. Hours. 10 s. tn. to ft p. m.; open
Sundays. 489 U su, beU 4 1-2 .and Gth
sis. sw.
A CARD Having this 1st doy of
October, 1895, purchased the Interest
of Air. John W. Morgan, of the firm of
Latimer, Morgan A Co., hereafter the
business will be carried on under the
firm name and style uf M. B. Latimer A
Co.. 1229 and 1231 O st. nw., where the
undersigned will contlnuo a general auc
tion business. Parties Intrusting their
business to me will receive my personal
attention. No connection with any other
house. Respectfully, M. B. LATIMER,
oc2-3tm 12211 and 1231 G st.
THE Wonderrul Remedy. Cancers cured
without knife, pain or pay until cured;
also carbuncles, piles, dropsy, by PROF.
MARTI N RILEY. 4G7 Pa. av. nw. dt-oc5
HEARING restored, ringing In ear
slopped, catarrh cured. Consultation
free. JJr. URAG Y. 1407 N. T. ave. nw.
ocg-lm
J. T. TV ALKER SONS. 204 10th st
nw.. carpet lining, felts, fire brick and
clay, asbestos, paints, brush lime, cement
twoand three-ply roofing material. apr21-tf
MME.FRANCIS.ourtruefrlendond
spiritual adviser, can help you In all
cues of trouble when all other so-called
mediums aud fortune tellers fail Call and
be convinced: will not deceive you. Hours
9 to 9. 25c. and 00c to all. 324 East
Capitol street. ocl-7t
MME. BOYSTON. Besnty Special
1st, 004 12th st. nw.; all blemishes re
moved, wrinkles absolutely effaced, and
comnlcxlon made nerfect: no naln. no
poisons; consultation free, dally lo to 12
ami 2 to P. except fcutidny.
se29-lmo
BANK your dust with us and you'll
be "in It," Just please comprehend
tbat we are selling elegant custom-made
suits, the least bit worn, at Justh's fig
ures. JUSTJi'S OLD STAND. 619 D st
nw.
LADIES lid-ding confidential treat
ment A sate nnd sure relief In nil
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc Separate looms for putlents before
aud during coiiflncnicnt, and find homes
for infants if required. Strictly wnf lden
tlal. 2iR8. DR. RENNER. 16 Fourth st
ne.. near E. Cupitol tt , Washiuglun. D. O.
Jc3-tf
ailME. ESTELLE Wis all events of
lite; gltes auvice 111 domestic troubles;
strictly confidential: and heals all kinds
of son, the latter for ladles only: hours.
a a. m. to ni p. m. uu i:,in st. nw,
MANO leisons L. 8. AIiEltilniiey. No.
425 ltli st. nw.; experienced teacher;
reduced rates. tel8-llno
DR. TAYLOR. 900 F St. n w.. ma kes
full sets ot teeth for $5: satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. l: amalgam. r0c- se4-u
OTJRgrcatestui'-diuiiiandspirltuaimGthcr,
lir. Mary Gordon, tells you ull things
Alwaysathomo. llpaOst.uw. se22-lm
TBE 3 DAIS" CURE 1UK MEN.
Tins remedy cures 111 .i dajs or no
charge. Consultation Iree. DR. McKEE
IIAN.7H! 12th st.nw. rc29-lt
SlOO reward lor .1 case or lndlgtsllon
or ciyspism that cannot be cured with
Crump's Tonic ' of Fruit and Spices.
CRUMP MTG. CO., G03 F su nw. Send
for ci rcuiar. ee29 -Tt
OI2Y2E. BROOKE telLs all the events
or lire, ull business confidential; ladies
and gmtlemtn. 50 cents each: iiours, 0 a.
m. to y p. m. 005 Niw York a enue north
west near Sixth street se24-14t
DON'T go and fall off the earth, you
mould call on us and get a first-class
custom made suit ot otercoat, the "least
bit" worn, at figures that'll make you want
to live forever. - JIMTIL'S OLD STAND,
G19 II M. nw. ' ocl-7t
"MMK. PEF.KIN-bcientlfic palm
istry: truest uesiiny reader of the age:
events of past and fnture revealed with
wonderful accuracy; hours 10 to 9. 615
ltilh st nw.. bit E and F.
sel.l-17t
BUSINESS CnANCES.
FOR SALE-Rare chance Old estab
lished grocery store In one ot best sec
tions of city; daily sales $30 to SlOO; sell
at Inventory price; established 30 years.;
other business. AV. K. M'COY, Room 34,
LcDroltBuilding. oc3-2t.e.m
WE'LL
HUSTLE
FOR YOU
If you have a property or a business for
sale, at a bargain price. We want noth
ing bnt bargains, but we sell them quick
for you.
Aro ycu looking for a live business
stand we nave such alwajs on our book.
Come aud sen us.
T. O.ANDERSON A CO..
Real Estate aud Business Exchange, 907
G st. nw. ,
DO NOT OVERLOOK THIS
We have to oner our customers a
chance seldom equaled, n hotel bar on
Pa. ave.; price, $4,500, aud a good man
can clear the cot in less than a year. T.
O. ANDERSON A CO.. Real Estate and
Business Exchange, 907 O st. nw. oc4-tt
DAIRY AND LUNCH-On the
best purl ot 7tn st. We tiate for sale
tbeauiresaldbuslnexs, wnl-hlsugraudbuy
for anyoue who has a limited capital to
Invest The price is only $2,000, and the
sales amount to from $40 to $G0 per day.
Over halt is protlt. For this grand chance
apply to T. O. ANDERSON A CO., Real
Estate and Business Exchange, 907 G su
nw. oc4-tf
ONE CHANCE IN A THOUSAND
A saloon in the vioinlty ofHfi amlF ts.
nw.; $1,000 down, $1,500 at $50 a mouth;
fixtures alone worth $3,000. Owner must
leave town by Saturday, pud business must
beso'.d by then. Apply toT.O.ANDERSON
& CO., Real Estate aud Business Exchange,
907 G ,sU nvr. P?4."11
WAN TED A nve, energetlcrealestate
nun to Handle u suburban in the north
west, near Tcnnallytown; excellent chance
given lo right party. Apply Room 5, Mc
Giil Building. It
WANTED-Loan ot $500 by young
man 111 Jewelry business: good posi
tion: or half interest given. Address
JEWELRY, this office. ocl-3t
GOOD business chance Tor active single
man with about $200, to manage
brancii of light business. Address LIGHT
BUSINESS, this office. lt
GENTLEMAN would like to imest
a reasonable amount or money in the
purchase ot halt 'Interest in some well
established aud good paying Lusinoss.
Address P. H. CD., box 163 Richmond,
Va. ' " oc3-2t
S175 will buy'stock and fixtures of a
first-class paying meat and provision
store Call at onircJif you mean business.
117Lst.nw.
oc3-2t
FOR SALE-Gxoccry nnd provision
store, horse, atfd .wagon; general thor
oughfare; cheap 'ahd, a bargain. Address
by letter .lQIIN.-0?".;-29 lota st. ne. oc3-3t
FOR SALE Bare chance, a wtll-
Cl.lllCU Uai LH-I isuui ui, iiiuuiitlic
terms; location uivescellea and trade all that
could lie desired: lalUfactory reasons given
for selling. Applyl 410 5th et nw.
oc2 -3t r-i
WRITE for latest pamphlet on Crip
ple Creek gold mining stocks and
weekly quotations ot stock mnrkit. Sent
free on application to -J. P. KANE &. CO.,
Colorado Springs. Colo ocl-20t
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR, SALE An elegant building; lot,
luOxOo, suitable for flats or private
residence, excelleut locality; must be sold
within a short lime, price low; terra9 to buIU
Inquire 910 r st- nw. oc2-4tem
FOR SALE There will be no better
time to get a bargain in real estate
than now. AVe arc offering a few lots,
24.6x130, well located ne . on terms to
suit purchasers, at $300 per lot; near cable
cars. Secure a home site. Call for plat
and full Information. JNO. F. WAGOA
MAN, 700 14th at. room 4 Be21-14t
.Europe.' Electric Railways.
Electric railways In Europe In 1894 la
creased in number from forty-three to
Eel cnty. In length of line from 300 to 700
kilometers, the power at the central sta
tions from 10,600 to 18,100 kilowatts.
From 1338 to 1,236 self-moving vehicles.
Germany leads in fcngtu of lines with 36
Ulometers, France 06, England 69, Austria
Hungary 40, Switzerland 37, Belgium 22,
Italy 19. Spain -1 4 The overhead trolley
is usedby fifty -ftvefat or seventy uses.
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE At Burgdotfs stables, one
exci limit 1,350 draught mare, one fast,
young mare, by Beall'sOrloff, outoIHemble
toniau mare, and In foal toOrapolo.one half
blood Hackney filly, "seven registered. Im
ported English .Hackney mares, and one
weanling, pure blood English Hackney stud
colt oc4-0t mae
FOR SALE A fine pony, suitable for
children to ride or drive: kind and fear
less of everything; also, a fine young mare
suitable for grocery wagon; also, phaeton,
light surrey and runner bout. ,1105 1 lth
st nw. It
FOR SALE Fine family horse; good
driver and not afraid ot anylhlng
owner no further use for him. Call at
BOWF.NS'. G27 N. Y. ave. oc3-3t
FOR SALE A sprlngfork "Victor bi
cycle with pneumntlo tires for $16
cash. 1339 AVnllatii place. It
FOR SALE-Crescent snfety, pneu
matic tire. In good order, $25, at 2014
K st. nw. oc3-3t
FOR SALE Kitchen rantre, also port
able furnace, in good order; also two
flights nf stairs. Apply 111C M sU oc3-3t
FOR SALE Two folding bed suites:
oak uijiI cherry: new oak sJueboard;
table and chairs. Apply 421 4th t nw.
oct2-3t-em
FOR SALE Large, fine-looking car
riage horse; sound, gentle; extension
top surrey; harness, etc.; cheap. Apply 421
4 ui st.nw. oc2-3t-em
FOR SALE Barroom and 5-year lease;
cause, 1 U11 ess of owner; full investiga
tion solicited. -Inquire No. 1342 B Bt
ne. oc2U
FOR SALE Grocery store and oyster
stand. T?o. 1311 U 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. oc2-3t
ONE carload of horses from Shenandoah
Aiilley; guaranteed Virginia borses or
no sale: workers nnd drivers; moderate
prices. DOUGHERTY & LASKEY. 109
list. nw. sc26-7t
CHEAPEST place in "V'nshingtoo lo
nuy tancy pigeons. 715 10th st. ne.;
coll after 4 p. m. sepl27-7t
FOR SALE-Bargains In wagons, car
nages, traps, harness and buggies, both
new and second baud; also Z horses. 927
D st. tiWj fco!4-lm
EDUCATIONAL.
THE DUNT0NIAN,
ElBGtriGal Institute,
HUTCIILVS BUILDING. 10TH AND D
STB. N. W.
Wc teach electricity In science and ap
plication. Applied mechanics. Mechanical
draughting and designing. Full labora
tory aud practical simp courses. Latest
aud best methods. Nut tlie "only school
In the world." but the l-st In AVashlngtoa
Opens October 2. Call at the office for
full particulars, or address the principal,
GEORGE EDW. 11UNT0N.
LAD Y BTLDENTS ADMIT'l Ell.
e24-lni
ARCHITECTURALilrawIng and
mathematics: tburough instruction;
moderate tuition. Address DRAFTSMAN,
this office. ocl -7t
SHORTHAND A SPECIALTY.
By H. C. Tanner, Granite bldg., corner F
and Ninth streets. Call or send ror cir
cular. tel7-lmo
Kalienal EcmeopaUUc Keolcal College
Has removed to the new college bulUiBg,
No. G25 Massachusetts avenue nortlrnest
The regular course of lectures for the
session of 1B95-G will begin October 1, at
7.30 p. rn The Introductory address will
be made by thepresldent. Zalman Richards,
esq., followed by Prot. J. T. Hensley,
M. D., Dean ot Faculty. The public is
cordially Invited to bo present Students
desiring to matr-culate can get aunoimce
ments and Information by applying to tLe
n-gistrar at tt.c college buildlrg. The free
dispensary for the treatment of all diseases
open dally from 2 to 5 p. m. Dental
Infirmary, 10 to 12 and 2 to 0 p. m.
By order of the Brwrd or Trustees.
ZALMAN RICHARDS, president
.1 24-10 1
THECOllCOHANGALLEItY'OFAHT.
The Art School connected with the
Corcoran Gallery of Art will be opened on
Monday, October 7, 1095. Applications
tur udiuission must be mado at tin- 17th st
entrance. By order, F. 8 BARBARIN,
Curator. te30-0t
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THB
COLTJiinfAN TJNIA-EUSITY.
1325 H St. nw..
Washington. D. C. The seventy-fourth
session begins October 1, 1895. The In
troductory lecture will be delivered by
Dr. w. av. Johnston nt 8 p. m. October 1.
Regular dally lectures at 5 JO p. m. Every
facility for clinical and laboratory
wort. Laboratories open day and evta-
Dg' DR.D. K. SHUTE.Dean.
1120 New York art
DR. E. A. DE SCHWEINITZ.
Secretary Treasurer,
se!7-lmo 1S20 H st nw.
FIRST CLASS Stenographer win
give prUate instructions to few per-
cnn ilublranQ nf iMmlni. Khnrlh.llul? lerfna
renosnablc. Address INSTRUCTOR, this I
orrice. oc44t
SPANISH Is the most beautiful or all
languages and the easiest to learn; you
can read, write, and converse in tvventy
lessons Address ESPANOL, this orrice.
oc2-7t
NORWOOD INSTITUTE A
Home and Day bebool ior Girls. 1761
N st, near Connecticut ave.
MRB. WM. D. CABELL.
se!7-lm Principal.
The Howard CnKcrsltv I-mv School "
(Founded 1357)
Will open TUESDAY, Oct 1, at C:3 p. m. TUI
TION FREE. For circulars contalulnc further
inlormation address JA1ESP. bUNDY, re
tary orace in Law School Building. 4.D 5th st
nir. The school Is open to all, WITllOUT DIS
TINCTION OP RAC'KOR bEX. who are over 13
years of ago and posses proper qualifications.
NATIONAL Academy or Fine Arts
Drawing and Painting. Thorough in
struction lor artists, teucucrs, decorators,
designers, illustrators, parents nnd children.
In ever branch of art. Portraits to
order in every style, from $10 to S3.00O.
Old or Infilled piiliires cleaned, varnished
restored, I11 the most skillnil manner. 502
Est. 11 w. se22 tr
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY
OROsa. 1312 Massachusetts aenue
Washington, D. C. A day school foryoiin
ladies and little girls. In addition to a
thorough course in English, French. German
and Latlu, special advantages areoffered to
students in tuc art and musical deparnncnts.
A kindergarten will be opened in connec
tion Willi the academy. sel3-lm
1864. Education For RealLUe-JLSOS..
For Sons and Daughters.
The Spcuccrian Business College
Katlonal Bant; ot the Republic Buildlnc
cor.7th and D nw. Day and night sessions.
The thirty-first sclmlastlo jear ot this
popular institution begins Monday, Sep
tember 2, 1805. Five departments, viz.
Practical business, including complete
bookkeeping course. English, rapid cal
culations, rapid writing, moral and social
culture, Delsarte system of expression,
civics, political economy and commercial
law. Practical English, with Initiatory
bookkeeping. Shorthand and Typewriting-,
including English; Spenccrian Rapid Writ
ing, Mechanical and Agricultural Drawing.
Full corps of thoroughly trained teachers;
Location central.
Office open every business day und
light
Write or call for new annual announce
ment Mrs. Sara A Bpencer,
Principal and Proprietor.
"VOICE. CULTURE
UK. HERNDON MORSELL.
Pupil ot Francesco Lauipertt. or Milan.
Studio at residence, 1410 15th stnw.
ael7-lmo
PAINTING lessons, by Mr. and Mrs.
AVm. McEihiuney, 426 4Ui or. nw.; day
and evening classes: terms moderate,
ept27-7t
Education Below Cost
For young men. In 12 branches of study:
every one n bread-wln.ier; evening sessions
only at the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Business ScIihoI. 2d floor, Lenman build
Inc. 1425 New York ave. u w. Call for full
particulars. . 25-lm.
EDUCATIONAL.
OLIVIA
INSTITUTE
op
PHARMACY
Kowopen for thorecoptioBot stadsnts.
CHEMISTR.
Prof. Charles E. Monroe, Ph. D.
BOTANY.
William R. Smith, Sunt. Botanical
Carden, U.S. A
MATERIA MEDICA.
Nancy D.Richards. M. D.
PHARMACY.
John F. Green, Inst.
For further Information apply nt residence.
Maple Bquire, S. C Ave. and tth St a H.
The
Columbian
University,
WASHINGTON. D. C
BEY. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D.. President
Ezamlnationof Candidates for Admission
to College. Medical, and Dental Schools,
Beptemtier 20 and 21.
College Session begins September 23.
Si-sslon of Academy begins September 23.
Session of Medical School begins Oc
tober 1.
Session ot Dental School begins Oc
tober 1.
Session of Bclentltlo School begins Oc
tober 2.
Session of Law School begins October 3.
Session ot Graduate School begins Oo
tobcr 4.
THE I-BEPAnATOnY SCnOOL.
Thorough preparation for tho Col
lege, for the Scientific School, for
tin-Naval ami Military Acxdeuilea,
tuid for buhlne!.
THE COLLEGE.
FullClusiealiinlScientlflcCourRe.
Open to MudcutH ot buth miiss.
TIIE CORCORAN' SCIENTIFIC
SCHOOL.
Forty-seven Profrors r.nd In
Btruetors; twenty-three full de
purtiueiitte; twelvo full course- of
study. Special Hladcntu admitted.
THE LAAT SCHOOL.
Twelve profcsorx. Including two
AnnocintL Justices of tho U Sited
Stat 1 Supreme Court.
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Thirty profeworH und nfMitanta.
The cuurM) i four yeurii.
THE DENTAL SCHOOL. '
Sescntocn lirofeisMorii; unusual
facllttleri. Tho course la three
y-urs.
THE GHADUATE SCHOOL.
Courr.es ot udsuneed Instruction,
lnidlli to M. A., Al. .. U.E., E. E.,
nnd I'll. D.
For catalogue descriptive of the several
courses address ROBT. H. MARTLN.
Secretary.
THE LA AY SCHOOL FACULTY.
REV. a L WHITMAN. D. D President
TheHON. AVALTFR S.COX. LL D., Dean,
(Assouate Justice of the Supreme Court
of the Ditr'ct nf Columbia.)
Professor of the Law of Real Estate, ot
Contracts, and ot Commercial Paper.
The HON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL. D.,
(Associate Justice 'if the Supreme Court
of the United States,)
Professor of the Constitutional Jnrispro?
dence ot the United State-,, of the Law
of Domestic Relations, of Per-
Edb.il Property and ot Torts.
The Hon. AVILLIAM A. MAURY. LL. D..
(Sometime Assistant Attorney-General of
the United States.)
Professor of Equity Jurisprudence, of Com
mon Law and Equity pleading, and ot
the Law ot Evidence, ard the
Jurisdiction and Practice ot
the U. S. Courts.
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL.D..
(Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
of the United States.)
Profesorot the Law of Corporations.
Prof. G. II. EMMOTT. LL. M..
(of the Johns Hopkins University,)
Lecturer on the Civil Law.
HENRY E.DAVIS, LL.M..
(Sometime Aslstaut Attorney ot the Dis
trict or Columbia,)
Lecturer on the UUlory qf Law.
WILLIAM F. MATTIXGLY. Esij..
(ot the AVnshlugton Bnr.l
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law.
The Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
(Associate Justice uf the Supremo Court
or the District or Columbia.)
Lecturer on Criminal Law aud on Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
The Hon. BENJAMIN RUTTERWORTH.
(Sometime United States Commissioner ot
Patents.)
Professor ot the Law of Patents.
WILLIAM G.JOHNSON. LL.M,
(of the AVashlngton Bar,)
Professor or Legal Catechetics. Common
Law Practice, and Judge ot the
Moot Court
COURT OF APPEALS.
"WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY,
Chief Justice.
HENRY E. DAA"IS, CHARLES W. NEED
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROBERT H. MARTIN.
Secretary and Treasurer.
EMERSON INSTITUTE
i Aounir'fl .Acndi'mr.i
SELECT
CLASSICAL AND SIATHB.
A1AT1CAL
Echnol for Youns AU-n nnd Boys,
914 14IH rt., bet, I and K.
Bee Ins its foriyfoartn scholastic year Sen
teiniier 'Si. Tlr "-nool lias a national repu
tation, aud isrecoinleilasoneof ttieleadms
preparatory fcliools of tbis country. It
prepares for all t he universities, colleges nnd
scientific schools, for the United States
Miluarvand N.ival hrcdernies. and for busi
ness. ThejrraduaU-Mf t tiissctiool take ulga
ran' wherever they co.
Mr.I"dwin II. Foster will contlnueincharKB
of the Junior Department. For circulars,
etc., address
CHAS. B. YOUNG. Th. D .
selT-lra I'rlDClpal r-nd Proprietor.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER AI AND EI TTVENTH STREETS,
WASHINGTON. D C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAT
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Twenty-first1 jear oh-iis TUESDAY, Oc
tober firit. Larcc ard jntractlve build
ings, tliornuchly equipjed with every re
quisite of a reuueu home aud. a progres
sive M-fiool
Applications for admission of pupils to
the day school uiav lie inadeafterSepicmber
fiftcentli. between the hours often and one
o'clock each mnmlnc.
AIRS. ELIZABETH J. SOMERS.
ce27-3nio. Principal.
PKITATEI,ESSONS- llaliiemat
Ics, Latin, Genuau, French, and Eng
llsli branches. Terms verA reaonaole.
University graduate. 109 "th tt. se.
oc4-2t
TEACHER OF AlUSIC Mrs. M.AVal
decker will resume her iusiruction in
vocal nnd Instrumental music at her resi
dence, 1504 Caroline su nw., bet. T and
U sts. oc4-3t
BAITJO tauclit by note or simplified
method; a. piece Kuarantecd In each
lessou by latter, or no charge. Bend for cir
cular. STEPHEN It. CLEMENTS. Studio
101G 8th mv. Residence, 1108 Fla. ave.
ne. oct')-7t-eni
PIANO lessons, on reasonable terms
oy experienced teacher. Address
PIANO, this office. nc3-3l
GERMAN LESSONS Natural
method, progress fru.tranteed; $2 per
month. 1013 Hth st.nw. ocl-3t
WIMODAUGHSIS. 13U8 1 St. nw.
Classes DeKin Oct. 1; English branches.
Business classes. Elocution. Journalism,
Uterature. Danclns, Delsarte, French and
Oerman.
ADA L. SMITH. Supt. ecl0-tf
GTJNSTON INSTITUTE. 1212 and
1214 141li at. nw. Fourth sessiou opens
Sept. 2r. MR. and MRS. B- R. MASON.
sol91mo
Washington School of Expression,
METZEROTT MUSIC HALL,
F-street entrsnoo.
Voice a specialty. Pan'omlmlo tralnln; and
Physical Culture. Best methods. Indorsed by
Tele. Harvard. University ot Chicago, and
othars. Send for annonacement.
WM. X iiOlVRER. PriacipM.
E DUCATJOIVTAL.
Georgetown University,
(Founded 1780.)
JCHOOL OF LAAT.
FACULTY.
Rev. J. TTAVENS RICHARDS, S. J-
Prelfdent or the University.
Hon. HENRY B BROWN, LL. D.
Justice Supreme Court ot the United!
States).
Lectnrer or. Admiralty Jurisprudence.
Hon. MARTIN F MORRIS. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court or Appeals of th
District ot Columbia),
Lectnrer on Coietitutional and Interna
Uonol Law and Ccnipoxa.
tlve Jurisiiradence
Hon. SETH SHEPARD. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the
District of Columbia).
Lectnrer on the Law of Corporations and
Equity Juricprndciice.
Hon. JEREMIAH M. WILSON, LL. Da
Lecturer on the Law nf Real Estate ana
the Law of Evidence.
JOSEPH J. DARLINGTON, LL D..
Lecturer on the Law of Personal Prop,
erty and Contracts
GEORGE E. HAMILTON. LL. D .
Lecturer on Practice. Testamentary La
ard Emmy Pleading and Practice.
B. R088 PEREY. A M.. LL. D
Lecturer on Common Law Pleading, Crlmfc.
nol Law. ard Domestic Relations.
Eev RENE HOLAIND. 8. J., J
Lecturer on Natural Law.
TALLMADGEA LAMBERT. LL.D..
Lecturer on Civil Law.
CHARLES A DOUGLASS, Esq..
Lecturer on the Law tit Torts and NegoUar
ble Paper.
Circuit Court: MICHAEL J. COLBERT.
A.M.
!A.uiit tit iuto -3.-1 1 -J iiuujiauuf
A. LAMBERT. JOB BARNARD. an5
, HENRY WISE OARNETT.
1
BAMTJEL M. YEATMAN. A. It.
Eccreta rs and Treasurer.
The twenty-ilxth auuua! session ot
the School or Law opens WEDNESDAY.
OCTOBBR 2. 1805. at 6:30 p .ra.. in its
eoir.modious, specially designed Law
School Building. Nos. 50G and 008 3
etriet northwest, when the Introductory
lecture will t delivered and nnnounce
ments mado for the ensuing term. Pres
1 ent and prospective students, alumni
and all other. Interested In legal educa
tion are cordially invited to be present
The secretary can be seen In his of
fice in the law building daily after
September 13, from 6 to 7 p. m.. for In
formation, enrollment, etc. Those pro
posing to connect themselves with tea
Eihool for the ensuing term are request
ed to enroll their names before the open-
1, lug night and thus avoid the delay incident
to that occasion.
' Circulars giving the course of study,
terms, etc.. can be obtained at boo; stores
of W. 11. Morrison's Pons. 1S26 F street
1 northwest; Lowdermlll & Co.. 1 124 F stree
norntwest. ana John Byrne Co., 1:122 r
street northwest and at W. 8 Thompson's
drug store, 703 rifteenth street north
west, or on application personally or
by letter to tin undersigned.
8. M. YEATMAN. Secretary.
1
AUCTION SALES.
Peremptory Sale of
HORSES, HORSES,
-AT-
PUBLIC AUCTION.
S. BENSINGER, '
Auctioneer.
WasDglon Horse anil Carriaga Bazaar,
940 La. Ave.
GREAT SALE OP 60 BEAD
Horses and Mares
On Saturday Morning, October 5,
at lO o'clock,
ATlll bo sold within th-5 Bazaar, a carload of
Hnr-?9 and 31 ares, consigned br ilr IX B.
KleHer, ot IiAtetti:oTn. 1'a. This loal con
BStsoZ Bimo pood workers and fine driver;
I'ave been selectj with ctr from farmers and
ATillbosoM positive lr without reserve; also sa
hi bd of Terr flt" roens and sound Craugtit
Jrrs.es and driTinc horses and mares, shipped
htre irom Indiana and Frederic county 3ld..
and aie strictly first-class; blso 23 bead of
coracH and mares, good workers and drivers,
Ircm local parties.
1 Lis rreat sal honId secure tho att action ot
buyers that want stoO: lor anynie. AllmaaS
do as represented or money reiunaeo.
S. BENSINGER.
AUCTIONEER.
RATCLIFFE. SUTTON i CO.. Anctioneen.
Successors to Katdiffe, Darr & Co.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A FRAME H0USB
ON SUMNER AVE.. ANACOSTIA, D.C.
By virtue of a deed or trust, duly record
ed in liber No. 1842. folio 2"u- 461 et seq.,
one of the land records for the Uislriet or
Columbia, and at the request of tic party
secured thereby, the uraersicned trustees
will offer for sale by public auction in front
of the premises, on MONDAY, the 14th day
ofOClOUElCA. D. 16U5,at3o'clocfrp m..
the followlnc-described real estate, to wit:
The west thirty-five (30) feet on Snmnsr
avenue, by the depth of the eastern oue
half (1-2) or lot nine (9) in section eihi
(SI of the Harry ra nil, together with theim
provenients, rights, etc. Terms Cush , a
deposit of S5U required upon acceptance
of bid.
THOMAS FRANCIS. JR.,
AVILLIAM M.BECTKER.
oct2-dids Trustees.
Ratcliffe. Sutton A Co.. Auctiorcers, Suc
cessors to Ratrlirfe, Darr .1 Co.
TO AVHOll IT MAY CONCCltN TO PAY
STORAGE AND CHARGES. LOT OP
HOUSEHOLD GOODS. PIANO. ETC.
On SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER
12, AT 10 O'CLOCK, we will seU nt tha
rooms ot Ratcliffe, Sutton.'i Co..920Pcan
sylvauia avenue northwest, a lot ot house
hold goods, stored win us on June 23. 1 SBO,
iu the name ot M. A. Shaw. All parlies in
terested will p!ea.- ate notice. Terms cash.
AYashington Safe Deposit Company.
SAM CROSS, Secretary. '
QC2.3.4.10.11.12
PROMINENT F st. candy store for
lor S.HC use old established Gill
candy store, corner 11th and F sts., will
be sold at auction Friday, October 4, at
12 o'clock. The sale Induces fixtures,
stock and implements to manufacture
candy; alo privilege ot five years' lease.
This is the opportunity of a llfttinie for
an enterprising man or woman to make
a fortune on a (mall imeMment. For
particulars inquire of HEISKELL A ilo
LEKAN. It On F st. nw. oc3-2t
M. B. LATIMER A CO.,
General Auctioneers and Appraisers,
1229-1231 G ST. N. AV.
Send in your consignments.
The finest auction rooms in the city
No connection with any other house.
Sunn Stnjio Gags.
As the favorite comedian appeared. befor
the audience in a local variety theater with
the limp so i hnractcrlstic of him. there was
a ripple of applause. The only way that ha
could properly introduce himself was by
singing a sung, and he at once bravely com
plied with the time-honored custom, says the
Philadelphia Call.
"Iworeaucwpairofshocstheotherday,"
he announced, after the piano player had
stopped. "They didn't hurt me until I met
two policemen. Then I got pinched."
"Something else I must tell you," he con
tinued. "I was sleepln; In a cellar the other
night when I woke up nnd noticed five mice
playinir poker. They were deep in the gams
ralsingand calling and raking in the chips.
They didn't notice a cat behlud a barrel near
by, but I did.
"Suddenly the p-iss madea leap. Thegama
ended with the same old story every thins
went Into the kitty."
FOB FIFTY CENTS A -MONTH, OR:
1 2-3 CENTS A DAY, YOU CAN GET
TliE LATEST THING IN NKAVSPA.
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