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THE DAILY CKITIC, PATFPPA Y EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1890.
The Daily Critic o xir nrr.ciAi,a. V. II. llonghtnn Si Co., rcecirators una Furnishers, 121 and 12J" F street northwest. How I I lit for a Bartmle? A Tlrrw Piece Bedroom Set Solid oak Law oi $tt. We will Mil ton the me Set, ith fprjnit and Mattrws, for SM.M. our Hist Bwd Btwteis carpet. 81 w pet fart. ot 6wit Tapestry Brawl carpet. 73c pet yard, rmr best jaoqwette Carpet, II ti per jart. fttmi want Bonest, rwiabw oods at rettwuaMe pWces, Oof Store la full of tMW. All rsrnas marAateed. W H. Itnrmrros A Co., 121 1MB r street northwest. Itndden's New Rail tmds, John IHrdden, the pioneer installment ma centrally haed at&Sand 9 Sort-nth street northwest, h Jnst returned from the east ern rMtkets with an immense applyof all kinds of honekeeplir. xod. carpets, stores, rnr, etc. Ton can fnrnlsh yonrnoitse from trilar to carrpt, at this store, with eastt prices, on the Installment plan. The National Snfn Dcptwtt Onmrmnyi Wnr. lath St. unit N. Y. Amino, Storftfss for Stirrer ware, Jewelry, tacas. Fine wwd and valuables of all kinds. Chanrcs moderate. Safe deposit hoses for rest at the very knrtn rates. MR. DENT'S ASSI6NMENT. Caused 1) FHItNre In Collect the Money Iibb Illm, MwtkmwM mmle In Thr Came yesterday of lh Rtsignnwnt of Kdwartl L. Ieat to W A. Gordon ami J. II. Taylor. Jtr. Dent Is a resident of Georgetown ami I lie assignment In cludes all of his property amounting to about $800,000, which 'Includes the Architectural Iron Works, located on liotli sides of Water street and at Thirty third stteet, Georgetown, sod real tslale In Georgetown IncluiHrtc the family mansion at the head of Tlilrty fitst street and property In the suburb. Some time airo 3Ir. Dent completed a contract for the Iron work of Clans ISptcckle's laree suifar refinerv In Philadelphia. The cause of Mr. Dent's alignment, as Mated yesterday, was caused by his Inability to collect debts due him. lie had just completed a large contract for the heating apparatus of ilic Inter Ocean Uiilldlnjr. on Ninth street, the remodeling of the heating apparatus of the Corcoran Att Gallery, Iton work' for the new Itlges Library of Gcorgetowu College, the heating ap paratus of the new National Union In surance building on F street, and con tracts for fire plugs for the District. Sir. Taylor, the son In-law of Mr. Dent, places the assets at $500,000, which will more than cover the liabili ties The creditors, he says, will be aid In full and there will be no inter million at the Iron works as the as tlgncce will continue Its operation as If nothing had happened. The assignment caused quite a sen sation when It Ik came known yesterday a fit i luio ii as Mr. Dent Is so well known In the District. He is a son of e.x Cimi n.lMiotitt Dent. MYSTERIOUS VISITORS Win Contrive lo Alnko UniliHnnt ."Mii'liiirml CkIIs iiu Sir, Clillil. Joicph S. ChlUls, wlio for thirty cars has been the occupant of a pleas bt little home near Linden, on the Lahlmdie and Ohio IUilwsy, has of 1Mb bun n ueh annoyed by people who it clara tin nuelves V hlte Cups. On Monday, September in, there lie can a Mrlcs of uuHccounUblo ami inys titlous vUlis to the house, and at un seasonable hours of the night. Sniie time after the family had retired Mr. Cbllda was awakened by u loud noise, acd ho got up to ascertain the cause. As he approached the door In the Miolim Hime one shouted at him from the ouisldu. lie asked who was there, hut not receiving a reply again retired, lut was auakenrd several limns during the night by peculiar noite uUut the house. Last Tuesday night the same disturb ance was repeated. Some one ounio to the door and called for bis son William, but upon going to Hie door Mr. Chllds fouDd no one time. Shortly some one came and raltlul the dr again. This time Mr. Chillis rushed out, but upoa itaching the porch heard a pistol shot in the yard and some one remark: Now, you have killed him." A thorough March of me premises ws rjjade, hut bo one could lie found. On Wednesday night there were unl vrital iioIhs about the house again and Sir Chllds has received two communi cations gued ' White Caps." lie and bis neighbors are very anxious to find out Mho it is that Is molesting tLi household 1b this wav. llLapprureU Willi IIU Wll't Money, Only a short time ago Dr. Charles II. libem met Maud Ililleary at her home, 1412 Thlrty-seeond street. Georgetown, and last week they west to lioitimore and were married- The doctor repre sented that he was the possessor of val uable ranch properties aad herds of rattle and bone in Wyoming. Shortly (i fitr the eeremoay Kbew represented that he was is iasMediate aaoi of some iiu Bey, aad uuxu&M la obtaiaiag i-'Aii that ala wife lunl aecuasuUled. lie at uueu dkappeaied asat has not LttB SMS) ilMM. To ltiiLt Htic y. Th Sttuthcrtt biy basiaees of tic IUht I'onuer Bfwlnji Cosupajsy 1 ks ( rowB to su'-h -ttaaestst'usg thai the i nedOM Mrt. lotBr, pimidcml; t A StravghtuuB, seereUry, a t Prtak 1 3jatfhjM. MUMagef have deettlmd to (net sa laviaeitM bewery at the sulh (ist eorur of ThJrteesuh street aad Mar Usui avenue southwest. Its esti mated cut will he 350.UOU. aad it wilt have a capacity of 1U0.UU0 bArreis a car. The raUfoad tracks of the Kich u usd and DMviUe ltailro.l wlli be ruo into Use ouIUJIbk. with a view U facili tating the skiptiwg bustnesa. VmtvwtH CUMHi. A rtetMfwsB, after yeaMof suCuuu ftiiiff thassuashsiuflet dsaaasst t'at srrti. &sa tuiuly trying every kuowu rtsiatsdy. at bat lutiiua a tmei'riptjoii whieh eiiwptnsely . i-rnl and saved U lm hath. Aoy uf- fuer bum this kUul iMsease soaiUug a ..H-sJrtstsxjii tlmntmrt eveUio to fri (hh J. A. tasrcsisM, i Vsmia street, Niw York, will nesivt the seetpe tree of A MAsed old fcftlilhitr was tkei IlIo 1'inisifHr W Oi&ctf HafUfey yeater i y altesasKNi, wm4, mi th otdcf of Jutlgsihtsiki, U wis sesst to ih ho pitiit He g NM mmm of Jefwhajsh in u jiess Yfc- st eight oat of tb ( thVefs of the Thinl Precinct fuuod in ss's !chl. eotfatoiag clothlag -L, osku oais, i WhihioiEtoa tn k. - : us toww4 oSsmA h the iijrietuc i r- eVsge's Cats rh hVme4 tut i- i.iaM l a uasjm ttirt -aAk. Wte ko4g m 'Bu'l" Li. fca Is uadu ittoM wisla. TU Urn huh chrged with mu& tad lu ,- mw) a ) year old clutod gltl. Iv . J . I!a.ia. Bruai b-4 twi ,tn . -i-tli kauwtt u the yuttte m- i Uads. f its. tfttutow's BiKthhig yruf shottUt dui e ujwd. tw uhOdnse. teefhlng. it uudM th aai4, softens lbs (PUB, attsjs 11 itaia. nn wisd goUk, aad ts shs hast leortii tot ikJtlvuL. afc.4hosU. GOLD WATER DISCIPLES ENTHUSIASTIC ANB WEU-AHMBID XSETIH0S OF TIE KBSIABIT8S. TRe timer KvperteiretnicR Roum Stnny AprtrentlniM rhr AriMMSInn. IVtint IS (fotnie tin In the Vnrlens Tents, Sntem Tent, No. 1IM, coaferrwl trw first, Keottrl sad third degrees urwn Henry Kckhart Ttwstliiy nttrtt. Umler "frwd of the order" remarks were made by J. E. Mlmit, Thfrmas W. PotXt, .lames Canter, B. M. Van Ness, John M. Canter, llrntmi Heach, J. T. Harrison, I.eon Mllsteml. Wm. Web ster, W. W. Cordell, J. CatteTton ami J. C. Kllrr and other mtmber of Co lumbia Tent, No. 1. Capitol Tent. No. 10 (junior), had a wid awake meeting Monday evening, Initiating four young men. This Is 1 1 w i in i'f Ihe largest junior tents In the ccnnltr, ami Its nresperlty Is due in a large measure to the personal su pervision of Mr. 11. Mllstead of Salem Teat, No. lli. Anaeottla Tent, No. 188, initiated one candidate on Tuesday night, and had Interesting remark from Messrs. G. W. Shoemaker, J. H. Gwldaid, .T. W. Hart' ley, I,. 11. Iledd, 7.. W. T. Baker, Robert Mumlell ami members of Columbia Tent, No. 1. 9alcm and Anacostla Tents have initi ated thlity five members this quarter, Anacostia leading by oue. Naomi Tent, No. 3 (ladles branch), held a largely-attended meeting Wed ties day night. Mr. U. M. Van Ne99 was Initiated, and applications for member ship wero rend from High Secretary John II. Mahoncy, Grand Chief Huler ,T. O. l.ce and Mrs. K. 11. Huseell, editor of the.lnrtrotffon. Under "good of Iho order" remarks wete made by chief ruler, Hosa 1'oates; past chief ruler, Agnes Catterton; re ef rdlnp scciclary, Irene Hocho; shop turd, Joslc Lcc; llnancinl secretary, Susie C. Harrison; Icvltc, Miss Thomas; deputy ruler, Jllss Vcrdlo Cattorton.nnd Mcasts. Shoemaker, Cordoll, Van Ness and L. Mllstcad. Union Tent, No. 87, had a genutne rally on Wcdccsdoy night, having no less than nine Initiations and four ap plications for membership. This Is thu banner lent of tlio District, nnd the in create tlnro the High Tent was ostab llshid has beon steady, nnd will show twenty more members on the roll. ChaiUs W. Kttere. William H. Hunt, N. Uutich, V. .1. Matohett, Illalr L Cook, James Heagnn nnd J. II. Live lets iiicdu rrntHrks at the mectlne this utik vhlch showed thu lent to be Ik ctiilng. Hi her Tent, No. 30, the lent locited In Giorgelown, had a largely H'totidtxl i i ilpg on Mopdoy evening. Two ap pilcaiK-ns for mi mboriihlp weio received at d leli i rid t committees, which shows the n.tti bershlp lo bo In genuine rally ing trim. Messrs. It. K Smith. William SI. Hall. H. II. ,lnhnon, William II. Maitlotl, James 1'eteraon, John A. Thiulow, Henry llarrel and l'eter Jor dan niadii remarks. This tent his In CieMtd about 30 per cent, this quarter. Cammack Tent, No. 50, had a ltrzaly attttdtd meeting Tuesday night. Two candidates wete brought Into the fold, and good of thu outer remarks were mailu b Joliu 1(. Mahoney, high seere tary: Thomas II. Marcho, past lilgh chief rnlrr. Job Hauls, W. It. Marohe. J.,hn T. WocdtiVM and Messrs. Mob hy, Maltby, Hebard,- Moorea, Martin and others. This tent Is the second largest la the Disttlct, and with the activity being dis played by its members will soon be the largest. Cammack Tent, Ir , bad an excel lent meeting on Tuesday evening. iJeviral new members applied for ad miMion. and Ihe necetetly for a meeting night of their own being so apparent, it will be arranged at once. A preliminary meeting will be held la Columbia Tent rooms, corner of Fourth ami East Capitol streets, Mon day evening, preparatory to organising another junior tent. Dr K. W. Klrby has had two pre liminary meetings of the new teat oa l'omtieath street, which will sooa be its regular wotking order. The largest ami moat magalficeat Heebablle parade witnessed ia the Dis trict during recent years took place last evening. Columbia Teat, Ko. 1, hail charge of the meeting at the Temper a ace Teat ami a gals time was had. Uekw, iielwr, t'nuuiatk aad Cam mack, jr , tinu mat at Camnaek 'feat room. .urswr Four ami half street au fteatylvaitta avaaue, at 7 o'clock, sad, ih eighty aevea members ia liae. pn cndrl iu Columbia Teat's room oa Csiwl.J Hill, where CoiamhU IVat joised tbsrm with thirty-three members aid a bead of music. Tuev the man bed dowa IVnesyivaaU avenue t KUvittb street, thea dowa Elevealh. htriet lo W, where they were jolae i by AeacJlts, Naosai, Capitol awl MaWm teals, which iacreased the aumber of ltebaWls ia liae to 935 la full n galla, thea, with two beads of mask, mart Ud to the Temperaaee Teat sssr the Wailaeh School buildiag aad be gan their meetieg. Mr. FUttp S. Steele acted as chair man, aad opened the meetiag with a rousiag speech la behalf uf the order, lie was followed by Graad Chief Kuler J C. Lee, ilk oae of ais characteristic speeches, aad thea eaasa Past High "' Laiia '" mlji "-" " ' UIJ XWAFASM, 187. W. BA1U3K & CO.6 MM uOH sVa ta HaMh(aWar No t'h&mieals .awi. j j ,u tpsVaaWo- It luu m-c uw Of e.0 (i tl tl0l d Cutu. ., .JH.d Lu Mitrtli, AnuKcuut wr bujpsx. ant u tUsarcttsCv io tahsct iA i.'frtJilt.ii.T. uai sstra tatM taM ClTfat a 1.U U ta tfvU4UH tsuitfusUus UH.au.t.ii). aCHI t. lM)a3Cb, 0ud ttiimirmtAjf ftdjti! sW ittviUi awia by tixtM er aatf-. W. 1AK C&. BoaJs4r, Mm- IIG Fur Uoprvjf J ad etuuumi; oookery. L'tti u Jur numb, "fii'i'M't.Miyti'i rMrtlioij t.4uio, yt.ii. ate), irwUy ia nil riuiuititfifor aay Itiotb gif Hase. aad is vtuHeiair aad of aiutr bn thaa Duasd vaul Usui htsef uf the vl- ueafahuutlTa Company's mm OF BEEF, jjZrZ as'y with J eat as tt ahuwa. 1 It i ixk I HI in ami J la ( blcf Kulcr Thomas G Marche with a ted hot closing speech Those on the platform were Grand Chief Ruler J. C. Lee of Cammack Ttat, No. 56; Hev. A. W. Mather, also of Cammack Tent, No .98; II Mllstendof Caoltol Tent, No. 19: J. II. Loveless of Unton Tent. No 87; W. M. Hall of lit her Tent, No. 10, Philip S. Steele of Columbia Tent, No. 1, W. W. Cordell of Salem Tent, No 13-1; Unm Poates awl Irene Roche of Naomi Tent, No. 3; G. W. Shoemaker r.f Anacostla Tent, No 188; Dr. E. W. Klrby of Cammack Tent, No 5ft, Hon. James A Cunning ham of Garfield Tent, No. 28, of Lotra conlng, Md ; G. II Ollcs of the late Western Tent, No. 15, T. 15. Marche of Cammtck Tent, No. 5, ami High Secretary John It Mahoney. Krery available foot of space In the tent was occupied ami hundreds stood upon the rmiertie. The Commissioners were chtrged by J. C. Lee with allowing a saloon-keeper In Anacostla to sell liquor ten months In Ihe year without a license, he simply having his money on deposit, with measuring up one street and down an other to make 400 feet and C Inches so as to grant a license to a saloon keener near the Wallach School ami with lire, king their promises to the people aslo Hie number of licenses they would grant for the past year. O. W. Shoemaker, Grand Deputy Huler or the District, said last evening: "The Independent Order of Itechabltes, of which I have been a member for about fifteen vears, is at present flour ishing In the Disttlct far beyond the ex pectations of all who predicted a grand revival in the order here at the last High Tent session. No less than 150 new members have been added to our lolls since July 1, and the good news pours in from New York, Ohio, Georgia, Virginia, Maryland and other sections that they arc doing equally as well." Father Matthew Celebration. The Catholic Total Abstinence So clcly is making oxtcnMve prepiratlons for Ihe celebration of the 100th anniver sary oftho birth of Pathcr Theobald Matthew, who was born In Ireland Octo ber 10, 1700. The character of the celebration here has not yet been defi nitely decided upon, but it will prob ably take the shape of a monster mass meeting, to which temperance people of every denomination will bo Invited. Father Klllot of New York, Archbishop Ireland, llishop Koanc and Rev. Dr. Gartlgan arc nmong the prominent temperance advocates who have been Invited to sneak. The preparations for the celebration arc under tlio charge of Mesrs. Paul Cromeleln and John A. Dougherty, who will endeavor to make the affair the largest of its kind ever held Iu Washington. m --in . LEMON ELIXIR. A t'lemnnt I.emon Drink. For tilltoutusM ami constipation, take lemon Elixir. For Indigestion and foul stomach, take 1 cmoii Kllxlr. For sick ami nervous hemlaehes, take Lemon Kllxlr. For sleeplessness awl liervousaess, tike 1 cmon Kllxlr. For Iom of appetite aixl debility, take Lemon Kllxlr. For feveis, chills and malarla.Uke Lemon Elixir. I.emon Kllxlr will not fall you la any of the above ilUeases, alt of which arise from h torpid ori1lseaeI liver, stomach, kldaays, I owel or blood. l'reparcd only by Dr. II. MozLcr, At lanta, (ia. U?e. and 1.00 per bottle. Sold by drug gists. A I'rniulnent MlnUter Write. J1 fter ten years of great suffering from lmnletlo, with great nervous prostratloH, Mtlotisnem, disordered kidneys ami couul patluu, I have been cured by Dr. Mozley's Leuum Elixir, awl am now a well man. l!v. C. C. Davis, Eld. XI. K. Church. South, No. 38 Tatuall st., Atlanta, (la. Moitt' e.niniltlni. to lie I'lnyi-il. Piofissor John Philip Sousa will play none but his own compositions at the last concert this afternoon at the White House grounds. The programme Is as follows: Jlsreh "The Gladiator." Composed In load. Overture to D'Eiutery's Draaw "Van. tour." Composed la 1 wl. flavotte "ityrrha." Composed In 1S77 Stltetlou from eomle opera l,Dsiree." Cctepoiwl la lboH. 'Ksroles D'Amour." Composed Iu 150. CbsraeterUlle Dance "The Coquette." Composed la !ss7. Valse "La Kuue de la Mer." Composed fa !. Deserf olive Faatasle "Kplsode In a Sol dier's Ufa." Arranged ia laW. March "TU High School Cadets." L'ciuiotl Iu lo. Nattoual Air 'Hall Columbia." liar iuoe.ljtl and arranged ia lUeS. PABST Mill USEE fiEEfi, BgirT US ACCOUNT OF PUfltTY. AGE AND STRENGTH. reciu!lj- G'outl Tor I'ainllj L'o. Ilcutrllrlul fur IVoak iiml llebllilutetl I'umiiu. R.S. W1DDIC0MBE DluuaKer tVuUitustou llraueli, 703-705 North Capitol Stieet Telephone 273. FOR CLOTHiHG, hURKISH IN&S JJ AND HATS. (iQTQTStB U taoctt everybody jttm- U hi tk M4lM ruces to vi? avhY80tv. Ve ea buw soa Cer she aoaslag seasoa the grestftt liipe iff S7.9S (hintuMmai aaJts esar lwwii m the lil-trlct, sad our $M Ikese aMt li fcuiul ta ju.r ftlfl Auk am. Itk ASnaS. V a a&o tiastt sa rJ gs.tr Uae of Boss' Baits, isuj:s ma. hum to $t e'LilOrtn'M ulu, a to it Is httsa'a Pastaluua we are the leaders, as we giwii lecture nery ouixare iww wt- cliviuia tberefure ea save sua tout uu cctri duUmr iuveatad. We have tost i i40Lljui la t wirtd; strtetlr a htiwi f"i jfnnftt,! siuver to d& aais oar Bakiw w awaiuas Caw prices f eat Ua's Euwvtjl.itl uiorrwaare tot 14.38, as jtiito'. tyu. tee. s u o Himmw latest mm, i atiMa- 4k tor our -fecial 1 Barar ynywiaiiWfl TaThWiiT Itaraaias is Kes's Uaaarfear la aU aastt Uea Con as. aMetaTba JfejH SaM hWru at wo TO.nfcaTtgshriWdasaJ aawawaf eos. Sv all the lataat aowsfciiftita Keoksoar Sttsa. taft see. abuse article iv ass 04JJL WI'U AkK !. X. W. H, PRIKDLANDER, ymm I IS GOOD We Tolerate No OUR METHODS FAIR AND HONORABLE. Our Low Prices Fall Overcoats Are a Necessity Now. 20 Styles In Men's Overcoats, at $G.G0s sold elsewhere at ?10. 38 Styles in .Men 's Overcoats, at $10; sold elsewhere at $15. 10 Styles In Men' s Ovorcoals, at $15; sold olscwhero at $22. 27 Styles in lien's Overcoats, at $20; sold elsewhere at $80. These Overcoats aro both Hceular and IJox Styles and nre in Kencjs, Meltons, lllack Chevlols, Worsted and Mixtures, all of them Tallor-Made and cannot he duplicated elsewhere in this city. In Suits We Will Agreeably Surprise hi if You Call On lit. Men's Knockabout Suits, Sack or Cutaway. $0.G0;sold every, whore at $10. Men's All-wool Cheviot SulU, Sack or Cutaway, nt $10; sold everywhere at $15. Men's All-woot Suits, In 20 styles, nt $12.50; sold every whore at $17. Men's Fine 1'rlnco Albert Suits, 10 stylos, at $15; sold every where at $22. Wo show the Slost Complete Lino of Odd Pants In the city. Knockabout Pants, $1.50; sold everywhere nt $2 25, All-wool Pants, 20 styles, $2.50; sold everywhere nt $3.50. Knobby Dross Pants, -10 styles, $i; sold uverywhoro nt $3.50. Elegant Dross Pants, 40 styles, $5, $0 and $7; sold every whero nt $7, $3 nnd $10. In Hoys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats our Stock and Prices Stand Beyond All Competition. llnar In mind, by trading hero you buy direct from tlio manu facturer, thereby saving the wholesale dealer's and jobbers' profit. sTE'VT' YORK ONE-PBICE CLOTHIHG HOUSE 31 1 Seventh St. N. W., WASHINGTON'. D. C. MANUFAC TORIES: 212, 214 and 216 W. Washington St., Syracuse, N Y. 52, 54 and 56 Pearl St., Buffalo, N. Y. paM'iflaVii Ij ely UUOTUEltS, K Warren GU New York. Price CO cts-rfW - iBSl Grand, Upright and Square PIAJSTO-3TORTES. Speetal atte&tkm of parobasars Is lavtts4 to our "NKW ARTISTIC STTLB8.' Wolebad ta UoIaj of "UIQUBST DECOKATIVK AST," PIANOS VOR BKNT eeowl-hand Pianos at All Prleas. Wm.Knabb & Co., B17 Market Space. L'bKCBkBS, 3T2HLIXG. MlKKSOL-V, tJOUSKKlttU. -FLOTTR Aad job wiU alwt aave baaaSUal Miwmil, Holts aatf MUeoM. WWUtfcil BepoS, oe asc Yitwt aiMat aaA laabvaa avaaaa. WM. M. GAL.T & CO. UUXMXJi A.HU 1US4TJ. WXAXTii. NEW YORK BUFFET, tm tmmi wbsst m. w Umt aad Fatatt IJannw la iae estr aw jAJta g. qawFJWAO. yrowsatn r. . rmxwwm, VAamwm, s. v. Assay ami Kivy Hawvu IteaMHtate 'atBatfaWfltt aMMACtt l-iCCAJ w nLLLMjys W ,BH''wPP P" at e-.7aJ4ft. S"- mxm suuz and ra 4 vs. f" -Mr- i I GERES mm - Lj rr WITH US. Misrepresentations ARE KM TO BE Keep Us Busy, Ulessrs.Lee&uhepard Announce the Pub'icatlon ol a Library to be Called -AAA GOOD COMPANY i SERIES, This series will be issued in irontWy parts and will consist oi choice works by some of the best American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, Including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series is now ready, Eick mm W k Cwpieig i iyf. (to. 1 The Blind Men and the Diril. ayiIKSAS. To ha FttUawai by Ko, 2-ln Tniili or, Df. Bu tramTs MMh Mi, 3-I frlllia Dsllai:, r OUVtt OPTIC. TWlllVISiUMUiaW. Siayle Numbers, &0e, (oeiu4 a M aoofcttHars oeMcatiitof wriuo- LIE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, BOSTOK. WES Y M HDJOININC THB METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads. The Sale oi this Most Delightfully Situated Property Opens SEPTEMBER 25 7SND CLOSES OCTOBER 25. Price.10 and 2D Opportunity to A ilhin a Reasonable Time. This property is most beautifully situated on a high ridge overlooking and in close proximity to the heart of the city. The electric cars pass within a few hundred yards of the place It is high and dry, and the great panorama, ever presented to view, of the Government's beautiful buildings, the hills of Maryland and Vlrginu, with the historical and classical Potomac River, makes WESLEY HEIGHTS a most charming and attractive place for.a home. As an investment it is unrivaled. TERMS: One-quarter cash, balance In one, two and three years, with interest at 6 per cent, per annum. Fifty dollars earnest money will be required upon each lot and will be applied to purchase when settlement is made. Deed to be passed free of all expense with ab stract of property. From the gross sales, seven 7 per cent, will be placed in a sinking fund to be applied to making improvements. We can recommend this subdivision in every par ticular and feel confident that your investment will prove c ne of piofit in a very short time. OHN F, u Fourteenth and 'G Streets. James B, Iiambie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BO ILERS, $ MAKE TEA OB COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the cooicing Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SAL WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest; ai. .iiUJinlli ! 1 1 L ;'! . IW-'i WU'J""! " """"' ".""."V -. ," J.TZ BUT TOTJE TETTM8 MD HAESBSS T2P tct tsh -m , P JU.I mfrr ' m BeveeUi St X W , HFlPtHTS Cents Per Foo Double four Investment 1 . i 5 and $ 1 .50. IK 10 OB 15 MINUTES, BY TII -AT- S X" Z. ' ' - ''J next to Od-1 Flows' Hail WflGGMAN, KAtr.KOAtlS. " s- -r s- s- s s- The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest, Double mek. Splendid 9cenwy. 8teel ItafK Miirn1flctit Bqntrmrant. In effect May nth. 1M0. Trains leave Wftbloton, trora station, cor ner of Stxlh snd B streets, as follows: Fan Prrrowrmi and the West. CMftago Uml tetl Kjpreesof milman Vestibule Oars at 10 SO a m dally; Fan Line, 10.M a m dally to Chtearo, Commbns and St. Lottts. with Hwpwi Cars from narrl'bnrg to Indianap olis, rttt'bnrar to Oolnrabns; Altnont to CMeaKO. f t. lionls. Cblcaeo and CInolnnatt Kxpress, 3 30 p m dally, rarlor car wash foiHton to llarrlshnr. and Sleeping Can UarrhbTirfr to ?t. jom, Chleaeo and Cin cinnati, and Dining Car nnrrtsborr to8t Lonis, Clileafro and ilnclnnatl. Western Ex press, at M p m dally, with Sleeping cars Wastalnston to Chicago and St. Lonls, eon neotlr dally at Harrlsbnr with through Sleepers for Lonlsvllleand Memphis, rml man Dining Car nttubnrx to Rlehmmid aad thlcaeo. laclflo Express, 10 00 pw dally, for rittsbunj and Hie West, with throtuh Sleeper to ntteburR and rittsburs to CBI- nAlAlMOItE AND TOTOMAO RAItltOAD. For Kash, Canandslgua, nochester and Nl afrnra Falls daily, except Sunday, a.io a m. For Enm Canandalgna and Roeheter dally; firllnffaloand Ktacarn dally, except St nntay, lOPOp m, with SleeplnR Oarwash Initton to Roetienter. For Wti.t.iAMronT, Loot Haven and Blmlra, at 10.ro a m dally, except Snnday, Fon WttttAMroRT, daily, 3.30 pm. For rniLADKLrniA, NewTork and tho Bast, 7 .SO, 900, 11.10 atd 11.40 a rn, 2.10, 3.1B, 4.S0, B.40, lOOOand ll.SO pm. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 a m. 2 10. 3.1S, 4 so, lo.oo and 11.40 p ii. Limited Kxpres of rullman Parlor cars 9.40 a tn dally, except Sunday. Fon Nrw York only, Limited Express with Dining Car, 5.00 p m dally. For rmutniarniA only, Fat Kxptoss s 10 a tn week days and 4 p tn dally. Express Sunday only, 5.40pm. Fon Hoston without change, 3.1S p m every nay, Fon eRooKtm. N. T alt thronsh trains oon sect nt Jersoy City with boats of Brooklyn Annex. alTonllne direct transfer to Fulton street, nvoldlngdoublo ferriage across Hen YorkClly. For Ati.aktio Citt, 11.40 a m week-days, lt.M pm dally. For HAtTKtoRK, 0JS. 7.S0, 8.10, 9.00, 9.10, 10.00, 10.80, 11 COand 11 40a u, 12.06. 2.10, 3.15 3..10, 4 CO. 4 20, 4 30, S CO. S.40, 0 CO, 7.40, 10.00 and 11.20pm. On Snnday 9.00. 9 05, 10..V5, ll.w a m. S 10, 3.15, 3.S0, 4.00, 4. B0. 8.00, 5.10, 0.00. 7.40. lO.ooand 11 20pm. Fon Pora's Crxkr Linx, 7 SO a m and 4.30 p ra dally, except Sunday. Fon Aknai-oli, 7.20 and 9.00 a m, 12.05 and 4.S0 p m dally, except Sunday, Sundays. 9.C0 a,m and 4.20 p m. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY. In effect May 11th, 1900. Fon At.rxANnntA, 4 30, 0 35, 7 45, 8 41, 9.i5, 10.17a m. 12.01 noon, 2.03, 3.30, 4.25, 4.55, 0.01, 8.02, io.no nnd 11.39 pm. on snnday at 4 30, 7.45, 0 45 10.57, a m, 2.30, 0.01, 8.02 and 10.03 p. m. Accommopatiom for Quantlco, 7.45 a mnnd 4.16 p in week-days. 7.45a m Sundays. Ton Uu HMOND nnd tho South, 4 .10 and 10.57 a m dully. Accommodation -1.53 p m week days. TnAixalcavo Alexandria for Washlncton, 0.03 7 (6. 8 ). 9.10, 10.15. 11.07 n W, 1.30. 3.00, 3.50, 8.10, 0 05, 7.05 9.90. 10 37 nnd 11 OS p m On Sunday nt 9.10 and 11.07 a m: 2.00. 5.10, 7.cfl. 7.29, 6.20 and 10.37 n m . Tickets and Information at tlio office, northeast cornor of Thirteenth street and IYnnylvanla nvcnuo, and nt tho utatlon, where orders can bo left for tho nhccktnc of bacgaeo to destination from hotols and roil denccM. C1IAS. K. I'L'GH, J. V. WOOD. General Manager. Gcnl. 1'ass. Agent. Iliiltimiirc and Ohio Hailro.tJ. Schedule In effect Jono 20, 1900. Leave WnhloRton from station corner of New Jcrter nvcnuo and U street. Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vostlbntod Llmltct express dally 11.30 a m, oxpress 0.mpm. Fon CihcisxATt, Ht. Louis and IndUnapoIls express dally 3.t0aLd 11.30 pm. Fun rirrrnumt and Cleveland, express dill 0 so a m and 8.40 p. m. For Lixixston ana points tn tbo 8honandoah Valley, lUOam. For cnrsTMi and way stations, t:.J0 p m. For 1 crur. UM and 'S.IO p m. Kor Haltimore, week days. 4.05,3.00, 0.T5, 7.it 70 .st. 10 45-mInute). 8.S0, 9.T0, (11,00, 12 CO 45-m1nutol u. m, W.10,2.15 (7.W IV mlnutesi. (3.15, 45-mlnutes), 3.25, 4.20, 4J0, 4JW (1.10, 15-mInutixi). B.30 0.00, 0.I5, 0.20, 7 10. 7.30, 8 , 9.tu. 10.30 ami U.W p. m. Hwfayr, 4(5, 7.20, 7.H1, H.30, 9.30 a m. (12 tO, 45inlnutet) 1.00. 2.15, CAW, 45-mln Ulc)3., 4.2U, 4.12, (1.50, 45 minutes) 0.0U. 1.15, 0JW, 7 ), 8.35. 10.&I, 11.90 p m. For Wax Itatioms between Washington and ikilllmoro. s(o, DM, 8J0 am.. l.to,3.2S, 4.W.B.2U. nopm. Sunday,8.Mam., l.W, snn.aj.oo.liopm. Trains ir...t Haltisiore for Washington, week days. 5.10, 0.20, 22.214.171.124, 7.20.8 00. 8.SO, 8 SB, 2.30 and 10.20. 10.55am.: WOO, 12.10. 210. 23-, 2..V). 100, 4.13, 5.00. 0 00, S., 7.C0, 7.10. 8JW, 8 SO, 9.00 10.10, 10.2O and 11X0 t) tn. Sundars. 6 30. 7 15. 8 SO, 8.53, 9.11, 10.20, 10.86 a IB.. 12.00. 1.05,210,2 3)1,4.15 5.00,0.20. 7.CO. 7 30. 8.20, 8.30. 10 10. 10.20 and 11.1X1 p m. Fhk Ann ai-olik, 0.39 and 8.30 a m 12.(0 and 4 30 p in. hundars. B 30 a in., 4.32 p m. Loac Annapoll. 0J5, 8.37 a m., 12.08, 3i pm. Sundays, 8.30 am., 3.5) ii m. Fuh hTATioN oa t)M Metropolitan Drane . t.lKM30 a m.. JI.15 p m. For prlcelpal statloiw only, 110.40 a m., tl and tJo For liocKviLtx and Way Stations, t I.3J p m. Few GAiTHiiMBOBa aad IntwraedUta paints, ., jio CO, tllioa m.. tl.00, t.00, i.wj .,JMW, tll.co pm. Fon Uoiu'nanU Intermediate lUtloas, ,9 pm. Chirch train leaves Walilnton on Saada at 1 13 p m., itopplng at all stations on Metropolitan llraneh. Fok Piibiiihrk. tii 30, H30. 19.30 tll.30 a a., JI.H. t9.3U, t l.:w p ra. For Hasbutowk, tl0.40 a ra. and tSJfl p m. Tkaikahkivk Irom Chicago daily 11.45 an and 4.tu p re; from ClBcianatl and St. Louis daliy 3.tu a ra and 2.05 p ra; from fitubarg 7.10 a ra. iM p ra dally. NEW YOKK & rniLADRLFniA DIVISION. For SewI obk, Trenton. Iewrk, N. J., aad lliaabeth, N. J , '105. t8G0, 10.60, 12.00 am. 2.a, M.M aiul 'W-So p ra. Uuat 1'nrlur tars on all day tralna. Sleeping Car oa Iho H 30 p m, opa at .0O p ra. Fon I'hilauslihia.'II. fi.03, W.99, K0O hotm, lJO, M JO. .15 aad W.39 P ta. For Newark. Dt , M llralagtoa aad CU4tar, 1.0ft, 1UO am, U.CO uoou, UM, 'UU, 6.Wad'W SOpw. Vuu lNTtuxiwiTE foiKi between Daltloro aad 1'U adetpbia, t300 aad iM a at, UM, 1.22 pra. Thai m leave New Turk for Washington, 2 CO U!.:o a iu, 2.00, H.X, M p ta aad WIS HUM. Traij. LEAtx Itdladslpbla tor Washlagtaa. 4.24, el IS, 11JH a a, tl., !, 3J6 T-2pM. foa Biwmmi, 20 p hi, wtth Futbaaa Baffet Mneptog Car taaafawr thruagit to Wmton witkuiil eiiattgo, bi JMt.keMid Brtd. hiMiag pzumuM ia B. & M. gtsltoa at Vwt ahaxik Civr, I a aad VtM a . 12J8 hinm, SiuulaF, 4 H aw, WW atwa aad W.Mpat, tSiiwptiMtaday. Oaily. fSuadayaaiy. MavjeaUtiaforaad chaeawt fajatao teU aad twstdeacM br L'alua Truulw Oo. oa utamnt Mlt at Uvkat ofllcM, W aad US1 Pa. n. nad at dttuut- j. t. uuatx. 6a. Haaagar. CHAS. O. SCULL. Gaa. Im. A;'t. JOHNP.AGNEW&CO WaafiteftaalS fUatt StotftU SaftaihlH tat kiMk sii Seifp's M Ciai, UytC& Mat Pa. am. wateoaa aaUdbwJ. YAW: Car. H u- aad lad. ava. TSUUiSONS: osaea. U8 Yaal. K. MMlilOAZ.. 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