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tiie aioEffxara rrxMJSs, satueday, au&ust t, 1897,
XA-KSBURGH & BEO.
If you come today
you can buy this
Skirt for 44c
This excellent Under- g
skirt, made of fine a
striped linen lawn, with g
deep Spanish flounce, g
finished with rows of fine a
cording and shirring, S
gored at the top on a per-
feet fitting yoke with
draw-string; ail lengths, g
38, 40 and 42.
Special price, 44c. g
Gingham Aprons, 3 for 25c today.
Men's 50c Belts, 44c today.
Men's 25 c Belts, 2ic today.
S 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St.
S3SJSS5S3 SSS5 GSSS GBSQ S 55.
Are more limn an offset for
tlie Inconvenience attending
yonr hliopiun;? while we are
o upset, but tomorrow wo
will be in pretty good bliape,
itod can wait upon yon with
our old-tluie attention and
Greatest Cut in.Skirts Waists
and Wrappers. ,
W Crash Skirts,
ifo exlra full
& JflQ width, for only
K r iisE
2 00 Brilllantlne SJcirt3 must
Bo at 890
52-00 Novelty Skirts; must move
S3-00 Brilllantlne Skirts to be
closed at $1,39
57 00 Brocaded Silk Skirls
Ladies 75c laundered Percald
waists; reduced to 350
411 $1.00 "Waists with separate
collars reduced to ....39c
All 1.50 and 2.00 Trench Or
gandie and White India Linen
Waists reduced to 690
Balance of our stock of Children's
Lawn, Batiste and Ginghain dresses
almost given away.
Big Wrapper Special'
Tomorrow wc shall offer a lot of
150 fine Percale, Lawn and Dim
ity Wrappers, which sold at
1.00 and 1.25, at 4go
One lot of Ladies' Bibbed Tests,
thcusual 10c grade, at- 40
S06 7th St. N. W.
1924-1926 Pa. Ave.
No need to va to coal
an ti suffer from Jhe heat
when our prices rauje
like this connected up,
616 Twelfth St. 1204 G'St.
W H BELDEN. l'rop'r.
W. . TELLER, Mcr.,late of Bella
52.00 to 54 per cay.
Pennsylvania ave., bet-btuand 7lbet.,
3 y 7-3 mo ' Wastungtca, D. 0
is conducted strictly upon ihe .European
plan lor the eutnmer months, with cafe
charges as moderate as any nn-t-clasa
restaurant in the State Uood rooms can
be Had Tor il.cu per day and upward.
Cor. 11th street and University place,
une block wet ot Uroadway. Noted
Kirpt-daBs rooms at 51 per day and
upward; on me European Plan.
L. A: E. FKENELE.
lienry J. uang, rropx.
Rooms with noard ss-su per day and up
wards. ltooiu& without board 51 and up-waras-
Alait central in the city; near all elevated
rnjids, treet car line,, principal places of
amusement, business centers and the large
Uroadway Cable cars, pasdng the door,
transfer to all parts or the caty.
STEAM HEAT- 3ylO-3mo
PAINTER OF MINIATURES,
Removed to 932 F Street,
Inttmcliont tea Isimiei claa rterjrmcrmnj
i ,, 8
DUTCH DA1U1ES AND KNIGHTS
Annual Session of Two Flourish
ing Holland Societies.
ELECTION OF NEW OFFICERS
An Address to the Delegates by
Directress General SiihS Van Pelt
311SS Dctnpxey Elected Queen vi.
the National Soeiet3' "Washington
Selected as Yearly Meetlug: Place.
ThenatJonal society or MielloIIaudDamca
of the New Netherlands and the Kuights
of the Legion of the Ciown or the New
Nerhcxlands held its first annual conven
tion yesterday morning in the parlors of
the Aihngton Hotel.
The session -was opened by prayer by
the chapla'n, followed by an addiess to
the delegates present by the directress
general or the national society, Hiss Van
Pelt, of Ctcago
- The constitution and by-Iawb now gov
erning the State branches were adopted,
also resolutions as follows: That the Na
tional Society meet annually at Washing
ton on llarch 23' that tablets be placed
on the walls. f Nos. 4 and 6 Pearl streot,
.N'ew 1'o-k city, and that the appointment
of Miss Lupton and Airs. Fosdlck be con
firmed. On i:.otion of Miss Tan relt, Miss La
vlnia II Dempsey was unanimously elected
queen of the National Society, her corona
tion to tal.e place next Uanuary in -'New
Amsterdam," otherwise. New York
The fo.lJWing officers were elected for
the year ending -March 23,1899: Directress
general. Miss Tan Pelt, of Chicago, Ml.-.
regent, Mrs. Van Vaien, of New .Jer.M'y;
secretary, W. Irving Tan Inwagen, Now
York cil j ; committee of admissions to tho
national society, Hon. J. Aird Denipsev.
of New York city; Hon. Charles L Tau
Noppcn, Washington, D. C; Mrs. Kathryn
B. Harris, Flushing. L. 1
The Society of the Holland Dames if
the New Netherlands was founded In New
York laot January, and is composed of
ladies or Holland descent, together with
au honorary body or gentlemen of Dutch
ancestry, all of whom can trace their
pedigri-e either through the line of father
or mother to tho-e of pioneers from Hol
land who settled here and helped to make
history when the countiy was young. The
Holland societies composed of men will
admit only those members who bear the
Dutch sir name, thereby excluding those
descendants through the' female line.
This honorary lwdy of gentlemen Is in
tended to fill the gap, and, Chouslia num
ber or then bear Dutch names, they pre
fer to belong to the association of which
the ladles are formed. The association,
though so recently organized, is rapidly
increasing in membership. Already there
are branch divisions in Illinois,. New Jer
sey and Connecticut, and applications
are being received from Dutch descendants
from other States, in which it h, hoped
divi-ion, can soon be formed.
The dames nud knights conder them
selves 'i miniature kingdom, representing
Holland, and it is their aim, as far as
possible, to perpetuate that country's
customs and institutions. For that reason
a queen i" elected instead of a president, as
is the custom ot American organizations.
foundwl on republican form of government.
Each Stat- division electslts ownquen, for
a term of thref yearp, but the national
queen reignb for eight.
The society 4s based on the same prin
ciples as other organizations, and the duties
of thf queen and the piesident are the
There are few Dutch descendants in
Washington in comparison to therein New
York and other cities, but the city is al
ready represented in the society by Hon.
Claries L Tan Noppen.
The first social meeting ot the society
was held at the Holland nouse, in New
Fork, last February, in the shape of a
banquet, when toasts, speeches and orig
inal poems and music were contributed by
The coronation of the queen next Jan
uary, will take place at 9 o'clock In the
morning at the Waldorf In "New Amster
dam " Mi-a Dempcy will leave her
residence in a coach and four, preceded
by her equerry and followed by two
Indies in waiting. She will be met at
the entrance of the hotel by six knlghta
of honor and her Ms pages, four or whom
will carry her (rain She will enter the
throne room preceded by six ladles in
waiting and her mil-tress of robes and
following her will walk 1he six knights.
The crown will be carried by a dame ot
of the upper house and the scepter by a
dame of the lower house.
Immediately after the coronation the
national queen will crown the queens of
New Jersey and Connecicut, after which
she will etinrer knighthood on twelveknights
of iKsnor, in due form.. The coronation will
be followed by a ball, which will be
opened by a minuet expressly composed
for the occas-ion, called the "Wilhelmenlc.
Miss Dempsey, the national queen-elect,
and founder ot the National Soeietyof Hoi
lend Dames, is a popular member of New
York's exclusive soclnl set and will wear
her royal honors with dignity and grace.
She Is distinguished lxith in literary and
musical clnies and is a direct descend
ant of Lubert Van We&teryelt, who set
tled in Flntbush In 1C62.
A merry lot of yonng people gave a
buss party to Hock Creek and return
yesterday, In honor of Mr. Jesse Boyd,
the president of the G. G. Club. Among
those participating were the Misses Nannie
and May Stokely, Nettie Fry, Julia Ander
son, Mollle Bricker, and Messrs. Charles
Haddon, F. B. Webber, Lawrence Gait,
Jobn Hamilton and Marcellus Hall. The
party was chaperoned by Mrs Haddon and
Miss EsteUa Hall.
Miss Ylngling and Miss Ella Knight
are the guests of lirs. Delevan Gee at
Well-known Wabhingtcnians at Atlantic
City ai e Mrs. A.Cra w ford, Mr. and Mrs. S.
E. Watson, G. F. Watson, Miss Jennie
Mickle, Mrs. It. Boyd, Mrs. C 0. Yclland,
James B. Moore and Mrs. J. B. Kettle
well. Mrs. M- Alyraer will leave shortly for
Jordan White Sulphur Springs.
Miss Mary Harbaugh, ex-assistant State
librarian of Ohio, recently -acting librarian
of the Alameda, Cal., free library, is
stopping at the LaFetra Hotel.
The following guests from this city are
8t Asbury Park' Mrs. T. M. Vincent, and
MiES Lancaster, Mrs. J. W. Bennet and
son, Hiss Tmogene Bear, Miss Ella I.Leary,
MrB. Agnes Chappell, Mrs. Tra H. Ormsby,
"Mrs. James Martinn. and Mrs. H. T. Stokes.
J. S. Eoshurn and "wife axe making a
vint to Virginia Beach.
Miss Maggie Flaherty and sister will
spend the next two months at Atlantic
GORMAN AT CAHATOGA.
Will Driuic the "Wuter und Talk
ruHtlcs vnih Senator Slurijliy.
New York, Aug. G. Senator A. l Col
umn went to Saratoga, today, where he
'wilt rem am for several weeks. He was at
the Fiftn Avenue Hotel this morning, and
kept himself to his rooms until noon, lieu
lie slipped out of n side door and went
To a liiend who talked with Senator
Gorman late last night he conveyed the in
formation that the talk of his probable
retirement; from politics wan alt imaginary
If ids l.ealt h penults and the legislature of
Maryland elected this full Is Dcmocintie,
tie will bf a candidate for re-election. This
''Senator Gorman, through the kindly in
tercession of a friend, is now in a position
to follow the shapiug of political afruirs in
Maryland after the coining election. In
casethe Republicans cairy the legislature
and fcne Senator's ieturn is thereby made
Impossible, he can Jail back upon the
statement of the close personal friend that
he is out of polities. if, on ttie other
hand, it should happen to be Demoqiatic,
the statements of this close personal friend
can easily be repudiated, and the Senator
can gracetully -make Ids fight for a re
election. The legislature of Maryland is
now Republican, but what it will be after
the election this fall is pioblematical.''
Senugjr Gorman is not in the best of
health, i The operation which was per
formed upon him some time ago has not,
left him m that buoyant and cheerful
condition which he has expeiienccd
throughout the most of his public career
He is going to Saratoga to drink the
wateis and to talk politics with Senator
THE AMERICAN SCIENTISTS
Washington's Representation at
Their Annual ?iIcotinr.
Profs. Wiley nud McGce, Delegates,
:May Also Attend "British Scien
tist Meetlnfr nt Toronto.
Tiof. H. W. Wiley, cliier chemist ot tbd
Department of Agriculture, will leave the
city today for DetioU, to attend the forty
sixth meeting, on Monday next, of the
American Association for the Advancement
of Science. He will be accompanied by
Prof. W J. McGee, of this city, andoneof.
the vice presidents of the association. The
association will be In session five days.
Prof. Wiley Is down for perhaps the U'oit
interesting and important paper of the
session, on "Recent Progress In Agiicul
tuntl Chemistry,' and papers on three
other sub jecu.
The British association with the same
aims and purposes will meet this year in
Toronto It is likely that after the ad
journment of the American association
b-iuie of its delegates will attend ttie meet
ing at Toronto Two or the members of
the English association are now in the
city Pror Armstrong, ot the Technical
Institute, London, and Prof. Myers, professor
of mineralogy at the University of Oxford.
Botii of these distinguished visitors liave
called on Prpf. Wiley at the Department or
By special action ot the general commit
tee or the British Association, the presi
dent, vice p-eeidents, secretaries, and
ireasuivr of the Detroit meeting, attending
the Toronto meeting, will be received as
honorary members of the British Associa
tion for that meeting, and all members
and fellows of the American Association
are invited to lake part in the Toronto
racet'ng on the same footing as the regular
members of th- British Association on pay
ing the assessment for the meeting.
LABOR LEADKK VICTORIOrs:
Fred Mnddison Elected to Parlia
ment to Succeed 3lundella.
London, Aug. 6. An election was held
today In the B'lghtslde division of Sher
tir Id to fill the vacancy in the House of
Commons, caused by the death of Right
Hon Ant'.ony J. Mundclla, who Was a
Radical. Mr. Fred Maddison, a -well-known
labor leader stood in the Liberal
ihteiesc. while Mr. James A. Hope, a
nephew or the Duke of Norfolk, who Is
loid mayor of Sheffield, was the cnnjlidatc
lor the Conservatives. Mr. Maddison was
elected by a majority of 1S3, he receiv
ing 4,289 votes, againbt 4,106 cast for
At the last election In the Brightside
division, Mr, Muudella, who represented
Sheffield in Parliament for seventeen
years, and subsequently the Brightside
division of that town for twelve years, was
returned without opposition.
Mr. Maddison, who was successful In to
day's contest, had twice before stood for
Parliament, but was each time defeated,
lie was president of the trades cmgress
held in Hull in lPO.i.d ?MSfor several
years a member of the Hiili town council
and president of the Ku'l trades counrll.
He now has charge ot the Hallway He
view, theof fleial organ oftheAmalgamated
Society of Hallway Servants.
LAUNCHING OF THJ2 PLTTNGEH.
Submarine Torpedo Bout to Go Over
board In Haiti more Today.
Baltimore, Aug. C Tomorrow there win
be launched from the Columbianlron Work
or this city thcHoIland torpedo boat, whioh
will be chiistcned the Plunger. The boat
Is of a submarine type. The Plunger Ik
about sixty feet long and cigar shaped:
maximum diameter about twelve feet. By
an Ingenious operation of air -valves shn
can operate as n surface boat, with all
submerged except smokestack, or can close
the smokestack and travel beneath th
surface for sixty miles. A crew of flva
men is required to operate hor.
THE T'ENTZ NOT DAMAGED. -
Alexandria People Thought They
Saw a Dole Stove in Her Eoiv.
A report reached the city lust night
in advance of the arrival here of the
S. J. Pcntz at 11:30 o'clock thnt the
steamer bad suffered a severe accident
at the Alexandria wharf. The details
were that the vcreel struck the wharf,
the Injury having been sustained below the
water-Hue, and that the break in the
timbers was visible to the people on
shore as the steamer pulled out.
The captain ot the Pentz on his arrival
here was ased what truth there vas in
the report. He said that there had beeu
no collMon at the wharf, no break in
the timbers, and that the whole story
was untrue. The agent at the wharf afcso
denied point blank that an accident of
any kind had occurred.
Marine "Buud Concert.
Following is the program for the Marine
Baud concert at the Whitellonse, beginning
at fi'SO this afternoon:
I Maich "Stars and Stripes" Sousa
2. Overtuie-" Light Cavalry" tSuppe
3. Waltz -"Visions of a Beautiful Woman"
4 Selection "Eoccacc!o" Suppe
5. "Southern Patrole" ....Fauciulli
G. Song (Echo) "Tyiolean and His Love"
7. March-"Fride of the Capitol",. Larsen
S. PatriotlcHymn "Hall Columbia".. Fylea
A OTLTrf-TMIT TEXT CASS.
Writ of 3InuuHiuni3 AiiinBt the
UiCiise Board Granted.
Lawyer Maurice Smith yesterday applied
Tor a writ of mandamus before the Dis
trict supreme court, requiring the excise
board to show , cause why they should
not grant a license to Henry Sheehy, who
made an application for a license at No,
2036 Eleventh street northwest, and who
was refused tn-taiiKe he was "within the
mile limit as .prescribed by the excise
law. Judge McComas made the writ re
turnable August 11, and the case has ex
cited much interest from the liquor men
in the vicinity of, the Soldiers' Home, fur
Hie reason that Sheehy's case wilt bettle
the matter of many cases that have been
heretofore derided adversely by the excite
board. , -,
Another feature .that nas come up is
tliafcof the mandatory powers of the boarl.
and Lawyer Smith will aboiUy make a
test case or the, power relegated to the
board regarding ihe signatures of resi
dents afjer ttiftjfirfct year of license.
TEHNAN'S fA'CEUM THEATER.
A Merry !Inaupral Attraction.
li ended by
The Queen of Burlesque, The Only
Supported by Her Own Company or Bright
Burlesquers, Clever Comedians,
Presenting the Latest SUit,
A Basbful Veims,
And the Spicy Successful Satire,
JJO-Gracefdl, Gushing Girls-20
Matinee Today at 2:1G. Tonlghtat 8:30.
The La nghing Success,
THE MARQUIS OF MICHIGAN.
By Glen McDonough and Edwin Town
send. With a great all-star cast
Prices, "6, 50, and 75 cents.
The Only Salt Water Bathing
Resort in the Vicinity of
Efficient train service. Low Tatca.
Trains leave U. & O.statioa, week day,
9.15 a. m., 4:30 p. m.; Sundays, 0:35
a. in., 1:30 and 3:15 p. m.
Round-tiip tickets, CO cents.
For the 4.30 p. m. train, 75 rents will
bo charged, and 25 cents refunded upon
iciuru oi coupon to aj,tmt at Washington
A delightful trip of 70 miles on Chesa
peake iiay, on the morning boat to Balti
moro and return, for 25 cents. Ticket
for sale on Cafe Porch upon arrhal of
morning train from Washington.
NEW NATIONAL T&
1'arfwell of Frederic 8:a0.
THE PAPER CHASE.
Pro oded by
"A BOX QP MOXKEYS,"
At River View,
r& u fi w a
By Grace Shannon,
THE QUEEN OF THE CLOTJDB,
Under the management of Prot. Ed. S.
Ladies and Children are especially invited.
Take steamer Pentz at 11 a.m., H:45
and tf.15 p. m.
Tickets , 25 cents.
MUSIC AND DANCING
This Evening from 6 to 10,
and every evening hereartcr until Octobet
Music by the members of the TJnlt-ed States
Marine Band. Come up to the large oak
grove and get cooL
Sacred concert by members of the Marine
Band every Sunday.
Churches invited. New electric cara
run from Navy Sard Bridge to Congress
Heights. Basket picnic parties welcome.
Have you eesn them?
Have you tried them?
ir you have, you are glad to know thai
you can try them again at
Chevy Chase Lake
It you have not, you don't know what
you have mlsaecu.
Donoh's Band and dancing every oven
lng on the pa-rfUcn. 395-tf.em
. - ON-TriEPOTOriAC.
This Afternoon at 3, Evening: at 8 and Every Afternoon and Evening Durinjj tho Week in the
: Grand Musical Carnival
By tho Famous
BOSTON'S WOFIAN ORCHESTRA
directed by CAROIilSTE 15. NICHOL.S,
And the Following- Talented Artists:
BYRON G. HARLAN,
The Phenomenal Western Tenor, Agisted by Master ROBERT EM3IETT WATJSH, tho Boy Soprano.
j j ,
YUKDT, FORD, and HOLTHES, in Choice selections Tiolin, Mandolin, Banjo, Guitar and Piano.
V " - - - THE FADETTE BRASS QUARTET,
"'" '.Misses 'GOOD1KG, JilPPIiEK, CUNNTNCrHASX and 1YIL3IOT.
THE "jjUTtUERE CI2sTEMATOCrRAPHE Showing New liifc-Sb&c UXoving Views.
'' - (AT NIGHT ONLY.)
XFTERNOONS AT 3. EVENINGS AT 8.
- Rauschcr.'s Excellent Glen-eho-Dhmcr Served In the Casino from G to O 75 Cents
J Admission to Grounds FREE.
I Closipg-Out Week!
rd for our H
Tills ua been a busy -week of selling amongst on r Finest
Shoos und there are none better than ours in America. Th a
special low prices wo are offering these Shoes at for thl r
week onlj' brings them dowu to about hulf usual prices. 3H j
Toduy will be another busy day such prices us these
ennnot full to make It so. r!d
ri d tfvl r &i v ' n
1S11US eras 9a
Boys' $3 Shoes.
.Black and chocolate
Vici Kid Laced
$2.50 Patent Leather.
ilifeses cloth top
$1 50 Tan Shoes,
Laced and Sauoala
For girls, all sizus.
Russet Russfa-finlsh d-l -fA
Leatner Laced for Boys. ,l IV
Child's $1 Shoes,
Good Tan and Black
Low and High Shoe,
With solid Soles ,
For girls and boya
Sizes up to a.
S4 Dress Boots,
Most t-!nant li-ind-sewed
Welt i r Turn Scle,
Kid ana Pat. Leather,
Laced and button,
AH the popular styles.
$2 Oxford Ties,
Black Vict Kid,
Pretty pointed toes,
O r on new coin toe.
Child's 4 to 8
Blick or Brown
Kid SI Oxfords.
RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES, &
930 and P32 7th St. 19i4 and 1916 Pennsylvania Ave.
233 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E. M
Is! ' HI
jlong the Picturesque Palisades of the Potomac
AND NOT AROUND THROUGH THE BACKWOODS.
tm Of course everybody who wants to visit
g Cabin John or Glen Dcho wants to go there by
fU the quickest and most attractive route. To do
&1 this rou must take the
1 .WASHINGTON AND GREAT FALLS
Union Station, Georgetown Cor. 36th St. and Prospect Aye.,
Of the GHE2H 2XECTRIC CASS (F-street Line) of the MetropoHtaa EaUwty,
with Free Transfers to aad from its alHTH STREET AIH) C03HECTICITr AVE
UTTZ LHTES and the HEW T0RK AVEMTJE (ColumMa) , and of the OEEElf
CABLE CASS (Aveane) UHE of the Capital Traction Ca., with Frea Transfer
to and from its Fonrteeath anl Seventh Street Lines.
No Changing Cars.
"Unless you want to go out n round Robin Hood's Barn
Take the Great Falls Line,
Which lands you at CABIN JOHN BRIDGE.
NO OTHER ROUTE CAN OR WILIi!
FADETTES - 25
$5 Calf Shoes,
Superior to custom-made
French calf laced;
Single or double sole,
"Wellington," "English," d AP
Or pointed toes, tDZ.7 J
$3 Oxblood Shoes,
Coin toe laced,
Of finest kid,
On a rich, dark
$2.50 Russet Shoes,
Splendid Russia Leather
Brown Laced Shoes,
Well made aad M Z C
Nicely fitting. iMtOD
Black or Tan Kid
Plain, broad toe,
For tender feet.
Or nobby round toes.
.50 Tan Boots,
Hand -sewed "Welt,
Best chocolate kid,
Coin toe, buttons,
eedle or coin toe,
Stylish Laced Boots,
$2 Bicycle Boots,
Of good Tan Kid,
With bebt canvas top,
Perrect fitting and
Cool for Ankles,
LadloB. Boys' and
Mi'sea' Jl Tennis
Shoes, leather lniolei.
Cool River Breezes,
And River Views all along
Tho only salt water Bathln? Beach Withis
Easy Access to
' Washington City,
With pure bracing sea air and good surf.
At 9 A. n.
'At 6:30 p.m.
The only excursion steamer runnlngtllrecft.
ly to this resort -without stop. From Clyd
Wharf, foot of Cth at. sw.
Grand Family Excursion,
Round trip fare .... 25c.
IiOcal office, 1321 F st. n. w.
The palatial stearur RItlt Queen
will leave Jlacalester's -vvharr every
Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at
9:30 a. m. for Chapel Point.
Glorious sail ot 55 miles doarn
the river. Four hours' star at tha
Point. Excellent crabbine. fishlne
and salt water bathing. Splendid
meals on the boat or at the Point.
A day of perfectenjoyment. Home
by 0:30 p. m.
Will Rive an exact reproduc
tion uf the prize drill nt tbe
interstate competition ut ban
Saturday, Aug. 7,
L'pou arrival uf ttie -:'JO and
-Maeuleter leaves daily for
.Marshall Hall at 10 a. in.,
-:0 nud IhiSO p. in.
Hlver Qneeu, dally nt 030
a. m. nod 5:30 p. m.
Fare, Hound Trip, 25c
Alncn!e-ter every Thursday,
Friday and hutarduy at b':30
p. m., stopping: at Alexandria
and Alnrbull Hall.
... .. i, d.ta n tp- rrsol and
pleasant. Wide expanse ot lawns
xo roam u;i. , ,
achroeder's band concert in the
aiternocn ii an attraction in itscir.
An invisoraUnB saU on the float
at 11 a. m., 2:30 and 6:30 p. m.
Fue C.i fa on
Popular Salt Water Trips
To picturesque Lower Potomac and all th
Mimmer resorts resumed SATURUAY, Juno
20. Steamer T. V. Arrowsmlth leaTea 7th
et. ferry wharf every Monday end Wednes
day, d p.m., and Saturday at tip. u. Home
Sunday, 10 p. m. Accommodations flrs
dasa. a W. HID LEY. Q. II
SHOOT THE CHUTE
At RIVER VIEW.
Steamer Samuel J. Pentz Dally at 10
a. ru., 1 and 6 45 p. m Hund.ijg, at 11
a. m., 2:45 and 6.15 p. in.
Personally Conducted Excursions
Every Sunday, "Wednesday and
Dancing day and evening, except Sun
day. Sundavs Concert by River View Orches
tra, Chris. Arth, js-., conductor.
Tickets, 25 cents; children, 15 cents.
FAiilLY HAT EVEKT SATURDAY.
Tickets, 10 cents to all on the 10 a.m.
and 2 p. m. trips.
bteamer will leave River View, Wednes
day and Saturday at 12 15, 5, h.andlO-Sd
p.m., and Sundays, l, o,7.30andli 30p.m.
E. S. RAXUALL, Sole Proprietor.
NO DUST. NO D!RT.
"Quickest and Safest Route"
Dally (except Sunday) at X0 a. m. as3
SU p. m. Returning, reach tna city 1
2 and 0 p. m. FARE. ROUND TRIP. BOa
Admission to grounds. 25c. F.LKOANT
CAFE ON THE STEAMER- Tickets. wlt
Mount Vernon admission coupon, for nit
at wharf and at hotels.
L- L BLAKE. CaptaJa.
White SslBiir SsriBis, Ti,
Near "Warreiion, Fauqaler Co.
The mo3t perfectly equipped health and
pleasure resort In the south. Prices to
suit the times. Magnificent acener-. Water
unsurpasasdln Dyspepsia, DropsyandiVerv
ous Troubles. Send for illustrated circu
lars. Address PROPRIETOR WHITE
SULPHUR SPRINGS, Near Warrenton,
t- i -rr ina o..
JT autluiu - . y a. jcu'uw
JOHNSON HOUSE, Colonial BeacL
Terms 5 to 57 per eet.
A1KS. U.L. JOli.NSON.
A PALACE IN THE MOfNTAlNS.
For beauty of architecture aad ele
gance or equipment, 'THE ALLiUHA
fiY.' at Uosnea. Va., ban not a rival
among tne tamnwr resort hotels of
America. Located in the heart or tha
Allegbanlea, wnere the climate is tl-
waya cool and invigorating, amtdat scen
ery ot woudrooB beauty. Its advantages
as a summer home are unequalled."
Sulphur, Alum and Cnalyleat Watcrs
Addreas J. a S. TiMBERLAKB.
3e2o-2m-em m . i
Marvelous prices at King's Pal
ace, 8 12 and 814 7th street, 713
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