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THE SOJS13DA.Y HERALD, AUGUST 16, 1891
LIKE RESTLESS SPIRITS.
SOaiKTV lEOlIiK 8TTK.I. FMTTING
HJTHEH AJIIJ THITHER.
EcIioch or tho Gay TIjuob at Some or tho
Moro Fashionable Itosorts Where
Woll-KnoVn Wunhinctonianft nro
Taking Tholr Summer Ease.
Gaiety hns begun at Red Sulphur iu oarnest.
On Thursday last tho guests of that f ainoua
resort gavo tho most brilliant hop ever held
tn Monroe County. Early in the evening tho
'ball-room wos crowded to sufTocation, young
and old, all eager to indulge in the pleasures
o tho danco to which tho delicious strains of
melody from tho orchestra of fifteen pieces
gavo renewed zest. Tho events of tho even
ftp wero tho grand march and exhibition
military landers, given under the direction of
Mr. Harry 8. Morris, of tho famous Seventh
Regiment of Now York, and Mr. Charles L.
Gloeson, of tho Washington High School
Cadets, after which dancing continued until
a lato hour. A handsome collation was pro
vided by that model host, Dr. J. K. B. Glee
flon whoso hearty wolcomo made the largo
number of guests present from outside de
part with tho sincero wish that their future
sojourn at tho Virginia or West Vlreinla re
sorts mieht bo uuder tho careful care of their
evening's host. Among the many present
were Miss Geor, of Baltimore: Dr. and Mrs.
Houghton, of Now York; Mrs. Clarke, of
Owensboro', Ky.; Mrs. Hughes and Miss
Lilly Smith, of Richmond, Va.; Miss Power
and Miss Hogotnan, of Charleston, W. Va.;
Miss Jannoy, Lincoln, Va.; Mr. and
Mrs. Foster, Mls3 Bealle, of Tuskaloosa. Ala.;
United States Senator Kcuna, ex-United
States District Attorney General "Watts,
Colonel nnrt Mrs. Chancellor, Colonel Blu
baugh, of tho Governor's staff; Miss Belle
Gleeson and Mls3 Aylmer.
Among tho Bnltlmoreans and Washing
tonlans and others whiling away tho hot Au
.gust days at cool Deer Park, on tho dome of
the Alleghany Mountains, are P. T. Thomp
son, Miss Mary V. Thompson, Baltimore; Mr.
and Mrs. John Camerack, Washlnuton; John
O. Donovan, A. J. Parsons, Baltimore: Mrs.
Joyce and tht Misses Joyce, Baltimore; Mr.
-J. P. Blay'o, Annapolis; Miss V. KIne, Mary
land; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Miller, Washing
ton; Mr. Bolrno Say, Miss Stevens, Balti
more; Dr. L. L. Adams, Washington, and M.
D. Jenkins, Harry Tilchman, Baltimore. The
season at Deer Park is very gay. Some form
of amusement Is provided for the guests
every day. Already tho rush of visitors from
the seasboro has set In, and during the closing
days of August and early September tho sea
son will roach its height. Those at Oakland
are Robert C. Read, Cumberland; Charles
Selden, Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. "Wal
ter, Miss Roach, Washington: Mr. George "W.
Valiant, Mr. A. Bf chhofer, Mr. W. J. Julier,
Mr. I. Blum, Mrs. Blum, and Miss Blum, Bal
timore; Mr. Cuinmlngs, P. S. Lawry, Louis
Goldsmith, atid Benjamin J. Eslin, Washing
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Waggaman aro ex
pected homo to-morrow, and their largo circle
of friends in this city and Georgetown look
forward with great pleasure to the advent
of the young bride. At present Mr. and Mrs.
"Waggaman are at Bay Shore vlsltintr Mr.
Waggaman's eldest daughter, Mrs. Eugeno
Ives, with whom his younger children nave
freen passing tho summer. Into this charm
ing homo circle, tho brido has been most
warmly welcomed. Her homo-coming is an
event of affectionate interest to relatives and
friends in this city. Mrs. Thomas E. Waega
man, is tho daughter of Colonel Eugene "Wag
gaman, an ox-Confederato officer. Her
another's maiden name was Felicia Sauve, and,
no doubt, Mrs. Waggaman will find many
friends among tho old pupils of the Visitation
Convent in Georgetown, where her mother
was educated. Mrs. Waggaman's grandfather,
who was a Senator from Louisiana years be
fore the war, Is remembered by his contempor
.aries as ono of tho most polished, courtly men
in tho United States Senate.
A most delightful supper was given Thurs
day night at tho Hygela Hotel, Old Point Cdm
fort, by Mrs. Judge Clark, of Waco, Tex'.
Her guests wero Mrs. Henry Gays, of St.
Louis; Miss Helono Truwlt, of Mobile, Ala. ,
and Mi6s Ella Rose Smoot, ot Alexandria, Va.
Tho gentlomon present wero Major Hess,
Captain Adama, Major Smithmyer, and Mr.
De Janon, of Washington. Later on In tho
evening, after tho dances were over, tho
charming hostess ontertained a party of
friends on tho piazza, during which time tho
soft stralnB of tho violin, mandolin, and banjo
floated out into tho air. All expressed them
selves as having had a most delightful evening.
Attorney General Miller returned from Capo
May early iu tho week and, with Mrs. Miller,
expects to reach Secrotary Proctor's home in
Vermont by Tuesday. After a short stay with
the Proctors. Tho Attorney Genoral and his
wife will journoy through Vermont, going at
Ihelr leisure aud as Inclination prompts. They
will travel with their own horses and make
what stops they please. It will be a very
thorough and unconventional vacation trip,
Miss Jessio Miller will visit friends in New
York while her parents are in Vermont.
The marrlago of Miss Mary Trowbridge
Wllkins, daughter of the lato William Dun
can Wilkins, of Detroit, to Count Conrad
Henry Ferdinand William von Zeppelin,
Chamberlain to tho King of "Wurtemberg, took
.place recently at St, Margaret's, Westminster,
Among tho Washingtonians at CapeMiy
aro Mr. Martin F. Morris and the Misses
Morris of Massachusetts avenue. Before re
turning hero, Mr. Morris will visit Saratoga.
His sisters will remain at Cape May until
The following well-known WaBhingtonlans
are enjoying tho burf at Capo May; Mr. M. "W.
Beveridee, Mr. "William Mattingly, Dr, Jerome
Chase, Mr. J. Albert Duvall, Mr. Charles M.
Bell, Mr, Samuel II. Withnrow, and Mr. Fred
A very agreoablo addition to the society of
Alexandria is Miss Raphael Houck, one of
Baltimore's belles, who is stopping with her
cousin, Miss nouck, of Fairfax street. She
leaves for White Sulphur next week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Hough, Miss Edith
Hough, Mrs. J. Q. Willson, and Mrs. M. A,
Hartzell, of Baltlmoro, have returned after a
pleasant trip to Atlantic City, Long Branch,
und New York.
Miss Blanche Newton, of 3007 F street, and
Miss Katie M. Green, of 710 Thirteenth street,
will leave on Monday for a brief visit to
friends at Rockvllle before their departure
for tho North.
Mrs. John B. Huwes, wife of United States
-Consul Hawse, ut Rolchenberg, Austria, and
children, accompanied by Miss Laura I'yfor,
havo returned to tho city after an absenco of
5 years. Mrsr Hawes will spond sovcral
months with her mother, Mrs. George R.
Hall, 417 Fourth street northeast.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Daly havo gone to Old
Point Comfort for thoromalnderof tho eoason,
having given up camp llfo at Chautauqua on
Tho engagement of Miss Ltzzlo Tllton to
Mr. Tonnaut, brother of Mrs Honry Stanloy,
is a subject ot interest here whoro tho brido is
woll known. Tho date of tho marriago is flxod
Mr. and Mrs. Frank havo pretty thoroughly
done up tho Whito Mountains, with side trips
to Bar Harbor and Old Orchard, and aro now
resting 6n tho shores of beautiful Lako Winni
pesaukec. General and Mrs. A. D. Hazcn havo left
Silvor Springs, Md., whero thoy spent tho
month of July, for a trip to tho Maine coast,
accomp&nlod by thoir niece, Miss Longloy.
Mrs. E. K. Plant and daughter loft for Now
York yostcrday, whero thoy intend spending
tho remainder of tho summer in visiting tho
watering places convenient to tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. Josopli Potorson and family, of
Mt. "Winon8, Baltimore County, aro visiting
thoir cousins, Messrs. Joseph Waltemoyor
and Edward Flolshell, ot Capftol Hill.
Miss Louiso Collin loft yesterday morning
for tho Fauquier Whito Sulphur Spring. 8ho
will bo tho guest of Miss Belle Mills, and will
remain tho balance of tho season.
Rev. Father Kcrvick, of St. Matthews,
sailed from Europe on Wednesday. Ho took
tho sea voyage for tho benefit of his health,
which was greatly Impaired.
Baron and Baroness Zodwltz arrived at tho
Albermarlo, New York, last week. Thoy aro
going for the remainder of tho month to Now
port, to visit Miss Caldwell.
Mrs. Farnsworth, of 1703 Sixteenth street,
accompanied by her daughter, Miss Florence
Farnsworth, Is at Congress Hall, Capo May,
for tho month of August.
Mrs. Charles Flelshman of 757 Seventh
street southeast, Is at Berkeley Springs, ac
companied by her children. Thoy will re
main until September.
Mrs. J. T. Sotharon and daughter, who
havo been at tho Fauquier Whito Sulphur slnco
tho last of July wero joined there early In tho
week by Dr. Sotharon.
Miss Rebecca Grant, a younger 6lster of
Miss Adolo Grant, is considered one of the
Newport beauties. She is visiting Mrs.
Mies Mary A6hhurst, daughter of Dr. John
Ashhurst, of DeLancey Place, Philadelphia,
is reported engaged to Ensign Edward F.
Lelper, of tho Navy.
Mrs. Franc C. Losano and baby, Mrs.
George Ersklno and daughter, and Miss Eliza
M. Ellis are stopping at the Eagle Hotel,
New Oxford, Pa.
Miss Helen Lane has returned from White
Sulphur Springs, boforo leaving for Now
York, where she expects to spend tho coming
Mrs. "W. S. Stickney, Mrs. Robert C. Fox,
and Miss Fox, are spending the summer at
Wilburton-by-tho-Sea, Spring Lako Beach,
Sonor Lazcano, the Chilian Minister,
Madamo Lazcano and maid lefton"Wednesday
for a fortnight's sojourn at Blue Mountain,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Presbrey havo re
turned from Spring Lako and will spend the
remainder of the season at Bridgeport, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Bailey, of Philadel
phia, Pa., are visiting Mr. and, Mrs. William
H. Barnes, of Maplo avenue, Lo "Droit Park.
Miss Kitty Laws has gone to Saratoga.
Af tor a short sojourn there she will visit her
parents' old home in Upper Pennsylvania.
Mrs. William Selby, of 3014 O street, ac
companied by her son, is visiting tho old
homestead in Prince George County, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stewart and Miss
Mabel Stewart, of Lo Droit Park, leave this
morning for an extended Northern trip.
Mr. Frank B. Noyes has returned from his
trip to tho Isle of Shoals, whero Mrs. Noyes
will spend tho remainder of tho season.
Mrs. M. A. Lynn and daughter, Katio, and
granddaughter, Mario Parks, have gone to
Atlantic City to spend the heated term.
Mr. William Feenoy, of tho "Weather Bureau,
leaves this morning for Narragansott Pier,
whero his family has been all summer.
Mrs. "W. S. Macglll and children aro sum
mering at tho Boar Lithia Springs, Va. Mr.
Macglll will join them in a short time.
Miss Helena McCarty, tho woll known cor
respondent, has left for an extended trip
West, extending to tho Pacific Coast.
Mrs. Olo Bull and Miss Olea Bull of Cam
bridge, Mass., aro spending tho remainder of
tho season at West Lebanon, Me.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellerton Dorr, jr., tho latter
formerly Miss Russell Hancock, aro spending
August at Sorrento, Mt. Desert.
Miss Lo Barr of Brookllno, Mass., a grand
daughter of Commodore Vauderbllt, is spend
ing the summer at Bar Harbor.
Mrs. David H. Lyon, with her litle daugbj
tor, Is at Long Branch, where thoy will ro
main until early in September.
Mr. and Mrs. August O. Demonet with Mrs.
J. C. Baumanare at Atlantic City, to remain
until tho middle of September.
Mrs, Senator Davis, who has been spending
a fortnight in Washington, returned to her
home in Minnesota last week.
Mr. David L, Gitt and wife, of 1210 G street,
who havo been for tho past month at Atlantic
City, will return on Tuesday,
Mr. Frank B, Tracy, the only son of Secro
tary Tracy, is the guest of Mrs. Alexander
Barrett at her Newport villa.
Mrs. J. H. Benton and Miss Bettle Webster
have gono to Charles County, Md., for the re
mainder of tho heated term.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Hensey havo re
turned from a ten days' trip to Chicago,
Milwaukee, and tho Lakes.
Mr, and Mrs. M. Dorian and family, with
Miss Grace Slivers, are at St, George's Island
for the month of August.
Mrs. Dudley Page, of Frederick, Md., is
Visiting tho Misses Collins, of Wat Washing
ton, during rogetta week.
Miss Lilian Grlblns and Miss Edith Don
nolly, of Cincinnati, are visiting tho Misses
Hoover, of 1117 N street.
Mr. Dorsoy Clagett and wife, Captalu V.
McNally and wife, the Misses Eliot, Rev,
Alfred Harding and wifo, and Miss J. E.
Douglass, all of Washington, aro at the
Porter Cottage, Atlantic City.
Mrs. Hcurv A. Robbins and her son aro at
Minnequa Springs, Pu. Dr. Robins will join
them later in tho season.
Chancellor and Mrs. Gillott havo returned
from Glen Echo to tho city, and taken rooms
at tho Strathmoro Arms.
Mrs. A. C. Shannon and family, of 3311 M
street, arc summering in tho mountains of
Rov. Dr. Stuart, who is now at FortPondle
ton, 3Id., will visit Mr. Radford, at Capo Cod,
boforo returning here.
Mrs. Thomas Mooro and Miss Mario Moore,
of Now Hampshire avenue, aro summering
near Hagorstown, Md.
Miss Magglo Stowort, of 1527 Ninth street
northwest, Is spending tho month of August
at Old Point Comfort;
Commodore and Mrs. C. II. Davis, ot 1705
Rhodo Island avenue, aro passing tho summer
at Jamestown, N. J.
Mrs. C. G. Thorn and family havo returned
homo after a pleasant sojourn of six weeks at
tho Warm Springs.
Among thoso reentered at Tho Leland,
Atlantic City, aro Mrs. Parson and Miss
Boulah A. Parson.
Mr6. J. G. May and Miss Rose May, of
Georgetown, havo returned from tho Blue
Miss Alice Seltz, of Now York avenue, has
returned after a few weeks' visit to friends at
Round Hill, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boteler left Saturday
afternoon for a trip to Fortress Monroe and
Mrs. R. Thomas Robinson and family aro in
Southern Maryland for tho remainder of the
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Brown and L. S. Brown,
lr.,J of 1510 Corcoran street, aro at Bear Lithia
" Mrs. Charlton B. McCurdy, of Denver, ne
Davis, is visiting her parents in thlB city at
905 R street.
Mr. C. K. Stellwngon, Mrs. Stellwagen and
Miss Stellwagen aro at tho Colonnade, At
Miss Mollle McKee, of No. 7 Grant Place,
Is spending August with friends in the Berk
Mr. Charles Heffner is in
where ho will remain until the first week
Rev. Philips Brooks of Boston is at Bar
Harbor, the guest of Mr. Charles Morrill at
Mrs. B. W. Gheen and niece, Miss Sophie
Gheen. of Baltimore, are together at Round
Mrs. Gllfrey, with her little daughters, Helen
and Sallle, is at Rock Enon for the month of
Mrs. Kennon, Miss Agnes Peter, and Mr.
Freeland Peter havo gone to Monterey
Miss Laura G. Bartlett, of Capitol Hill, has
returned from a delightful soujourn at Long
Colonel Stanton Weaver and family havo
gone to Ohio to spend a month visiting
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Graham, of M
street, returned last evening from Harper's
Mr. W. C. Needham and Miss Grace Need
ham, of Washington, aro sojourning at New
Miss Fannie Riley, of
Baltimore, is the
guest of Miss Daw, of 2802
P street, George-
Mrs. S. B. Nicholson and daughter and Miss
Emma Moran are at Old Point visiting rela
tives. General and Mrs. A. D. Hazen and Miss
"Hazen are at the Fenimoro Hotel, Asbury
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Ferroll havo re
turned after a pleasant stay at Round Hill,
Mrs. Ross, wife of Commissioner Ross, and
tho Misses McCulIough aro at Orkney Springs.
Mrs. Burton Harrison, who sailed from Eu
rope July 30, arrived at Bar Harbor Tuesday.
Miss Blount, of R street, left yesterday for
a month's sojourn in tho vicinity of Boston.
Miss Le6sie Grandy is among the bevy of
attractive girls from this city at Cape May.
Mrs. Safford and Miss Anna Saftord aro
spending some timo at Old Point Comfort.
Miss Mamie Cramer has gone to Hampton,
Va., to visit Mrs. George W. Topping.
Tho Misses Leach, daughters of Director of
tho Mint Leach, are at Asbury Park.
M. V. Tiernoy and family, of this city, are
at tho Oakland Hotel, Oakland, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Huguely are among tho
Washington guests at Atlantic City.
Mrs. Alice Lano and Miss Mary Hogan are
at Norwood Cottage, Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Penfleld and daughter
aro at tho Fredonia, Atlantic City.
Mrs. J, D. Thomas and Miss Lily Thomas
are at the Windsor, Atlantic City.
Miss Louise Gibbons Is visiting Miss
Cornelia Rosecrans at Rockville.
Miss Baxton, of this city, is visiting at
Goresvillo, Loudoun County, Va.
Judgo Dyrenforth and family, of 1819 K
street, aro at Old Point Comfort.
Tho Misses Herold and Mr. Parko Herold
are in tho mountains of Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Langley are guests
at the Fredonia, Atlantic City.
Dr. J, S. Harrison and wife, of 707 Eleventh
street, havo left for the North,
Miss Nellie Hollidge, of Brooklana, D. C,
is at Atlantic City for August.
Mr. H. J, Gross and wife (neo Schubert) aro
spending August at Boyd's.
Mr. and Mrs. W, II. Orcutt aro at Atlantic
City for tho present month.
Miss Clara May is stopping at tho Colon
nade Hotel, Atlantic City.
Mrs. Worthlngton Dorsey and daughters
aro now at Long Branch.
Mrs.' Edward J. Hanuahan is at tho Clifton
House, Berkeley Springs.
Judge R. S. Davis has returned from his an
nual outing at Capo May.
Mrs. William Bruce Gray and children oro
at Rehoboth Beach, Del.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil G. Williams left uo
Monday for Capo May.
Miss Freddie Hough left last oveninc: for
Qld Point and Norfolk. -
Miss Annie M. Mills is visiting her former
homo near Iona, Mich.
Dr. and Mrs. William M. Ash havo returned
from Round Hill, Va.
Mrs. R. K. HolphcnsMno is spending tho sea
son at Asbury Park.
Tho Misses Herald are at Purcellvillo for
sovcral weeks' stay.
Dr. Clara Bliss Hinds has returned from
her trip to Boston.
Mrs. William H. Coleman and (laughter aro
at Atlantic City.
Mrs. Colonel Llebor and family aro at
Interstate Commissioner Bragg and family
are at Saratoga.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bains left for Atlantic
Miss Lucy Wilson is making a ploasantylslt
to Capo May.
Mrs. Webb and her mother, Mrs. Beall, aro
Senator and Mrs. Cushman Davis have cono
to St. Paul. b
Miss Risloy Soward is at Dedham, Mass., for
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Harrison aie at tho sea
shore. Mr. and Mrs. Richard McAllister are in
Miss M. Schmlth is at Blue Rldgo Inn, Va.
Miss Bortio Rldgeway Is at Atlantic City.
Miss Emma McCully is at Lako George.
Miss Addle Miller Is at Atlantic City.
Mr. S. S. Shodd is at Mayville, N. Y.
Mr. Edward F. Cox is in Paris.
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THE GUARD UNITED EXCURSION
Knights of the Golden Eagle
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,
TO HIVOER, "VI33W
ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1891.
Steamer SAMUEL J. JPENTZ
Leaves Seventh-street Wharf, 10 a. m. and 1:30
and 6 p. m.; Georgetown, 9 a. m. and 5 p.m.
TICKETS - - 23 CENTS.
WOOD'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
407 EAST CAPITOL STREET.
This college was established in 1685 and
has boon constantly advancing until at pres
ent it is ono of the best commercial institu
tions in Washington. More than 150 pupils
wero enrolled last year.
Studies: Book-keeping, arithmetic, business
writing, spelling, grammar, business practico,
correspondence, typo-writing and shorthand;
also lectures on Civil Government, Commer
cial Law, Banking, History and Geography.
Terms: 1 month, $5; 3 months, $10; 9
monthB, $25. Forcataloguo address
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Gents' Suits Scoured and Pressed, II.
COATS, 50c. PANTS, 25c. VESTS, 25c.
ALTERING AND BEPAIRING
DR- .A.. Reeves,
814 K street northwest, (Under the Frederick.)
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CR03S, 1313
Mass. aveuue, embraces thorough Prepar
atory aud Scientific Couases, aud affords every
advantaeo in Literature, Music, and Art,
Piano, Harp, Violin, Guitar, aud Banjo Les
sons given. General Vocal, Drawing, and
Fancy Work free,
A LBAUGll'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Last Week But One,
Commencing MONDAY, AUGUST 17.
Matin co on Saturday.
W. T. CARLETOiVS OPERA CO.
In tho Charming Comedy Opora
Reappearance of tho W. T. CARLETON and
tho ontlro strength of tho Carloton
25 ccntH General Admission.
Reserved 8oots 50 and 75 conts,
NEXT WEEK Positively Last Wook.
Chango ot Opora Each Night. auMMW
TTARRIS'S BIJOU THEATRE.
Week Commencing Monday, August 17.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY.
AARON H. WOODHULL,
THE STRONGEST NEW ENGLAND PLAY
AS PURE AND FRESH AS THE NEW
.. MOWN HAY.
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATRE.
Penna. avo. and 11th Street.
Gkand Dedication oV the New House.
Monday, August 17th,
In his latest success,
ONE OP THE 400.
Under tho management of Wm. A. Brady.
Supported by a Talented Company.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Scale of Prices: Night 15, 25, 50, and 75 cts.
Matinee 10, 25, and 50 cts.
A Good KESEKVED SEAT For 35 Cents.
Next week, Lillian Lewis in Credit Lorraine.
Marshall Hall and Indian Head,
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19.
A Novel Law.n Entertainment under tho direc
tion of Brother GEO. D. SCOTT.
The following talent havo kindly volunteer
ed for the occasion:
THE CAPITOI. HILX, MINSTRELS,
Brother THOMAS McNULTY, the Groat Bari
tone of Baltimore,
Brother MOSES STEIN, the Leading Tenor,
of Richmond, Va.,
Mr. WILLIAM GRESSET, tho Famous South
ern Cornet Soloist, and others.
The boat to Indian Head will stop at Mar
shall Hall going and returning.
Boats leave at 10.30 a. m., 2.30, 6.80 and
6.45 p. m.
Ticlccts SO Cents.
For salo at Droop's.
The Most Charming Ride Out
In the Elegant Cars of tho Glen Echo Railway.
Beginning Monday, August 10,
WILL BE GIVEN
AL'tcnioon. etna DEvonlnc?
In the Great Amphitheatre.
These Concerts will bo special features dur
ing the open season.
Admission 85o. to Conqort and Grounds.
COME TO GLEN ECHO.
"JP VENING EXCURSION
Steamer MACALESTER will leave wharf
At 0:80 p. m. Thursday, August 37.
Music by Schroeder's Orchestra.
ON THE CHESAPEAKE.
Salt Water Bathing,
Boating, Fishing, Crabbing,
Excollont Restaurant, Superior Sei'v,-
U. S. NATAL ACADEMY BAND,
Amusements of all kinds, including free
theatrical exhibitions. Two performances
33UM1X1CI IVip, igSl.OO.
Trains leave B, & O. Station week daya
9:15 a. m 1:30, 4:23 p, m. Suudays 9:35 a.
in., 1;30, 3:15 p. m. jeliMfS