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The Weather. omn or rn? cnur hmnal Orrrc**, ) VifHiNOTON. D.C.. June 30, 1882, 9:a0a.m.t For the mMile Atlantic states, slightly warmer, partly cloudy weather and local rains, winds shifting to south and west, wiUi lower barometer. Th* Following Immense Bargains will be almost given away, positively, to-morrow only, at R. Ooldscbmtd's, 812 7th sL northwest: t-qt. covered bucket*, 5c.; 3-qt.. 9a: 4-qt., 13c.; 6-qt, 80c,: washbasin^, 5c.: footed, 10c.; extra large size, 15c. gcnlc mu>fs, 4c.; 1-pt. cups, ic.; 1-qt, 4c.; 6 Joint ihlng poles isr.; knife and fork trays. 8c.; 10-qt. dtslipans, 11c.; 12-qt., 15c.; 14-qL, 19c.; 16-qL, 24c.: M-qL. 59e.; pie-plate*, 3 for 10c.; .Japanese fans, 4 for 5c.; 7 pin ch rry ha tracks, 7c.; 10 pin, 10c.; 4qt. water buckets, 9?.; 10-qt., 20c.; 14-lnch kitchen spoons, 4c.; nutmeg gratt rs Sc.; tea-stralnere. Sc.; Japanese parasols, medium slzr, lOx; large, 15c.; extra lance, 24; teaspoons, 10c. per doz.: tablespoons, 10c. % doz ; fl >ur selves, 10^.; Hteakbrollers, 5c.; flippers, 4o.; extra large size scrubbing brushes 10c.; whisk brooms, 8c.; vegetable Rtralners. 4c.; 3-row miimn pans, 5c.; 6-row, 10c.; large Jjpanned dust pans, fc.; with brush, l?c.; square bread pans, 5c.; extra lnrge, 9c.; coffee boilers, 1-qf., <fc\; lx qt?. 13c.; 2-qL. 18e.; 3-qt, aOc.; 4-qf., 2Vx; fi-qt, 30c.; Jelly tumblers, with covers. aoc. H doz.: without, 15c.; handsome enCaved goblets, 40c. X doz.; garden tools, with og handles, 3 In a set, 17c.; extra large size, 28c.: trowels, 9.-.; soup 1 idl??s, 5c.; stew pans with bandies, 5c.; large size, 10c.; large bread graters, 4c.; dairy pans, 4e.; large size, 9 .; large cullenders, 15c.; dreive boxes, 4c.; 1-qt. covered saucepans with handles, 4c.; 2-qt., 8c.; 3-qt, 13c.; 4-qt. 17c.; 5-qt., 20.-.; 6-f|t, 25e.; covered chamber buckets, in all colors, 40j.; 1-qt- wifterln? pots, 10c.; 2-qt., 17c.; cake turners. 4c.; Ice cream saucers, ? . per doz.; horse shoe pickle dishes, 5c.; folding fans. 3 Tor 5 .; 30-rt. superior clothes line, 5c.; 60-ft., 10c.; 90-rt, 15c.; folding fancy wood table mats, 6 In a set, 50c.; coal shovels, 3<\; also, 10 per cent discount on an Immense assortment ot decorated china dinner, tea and chamber sets, refrigerator*, baby carriages nnd traveling trunks No postponement on account of weather. Gent's Ci.oth Top Low Shoes, $2 a pair, at Rlchold's Boston shoe house, 491 Pa. avenue. Fireworks and FomTH of July Goods at wholesale, at B. J. Behrend f~ Son's, 818 7th street northwest. India Gacze and linen underwear at Aucrbach's, 7th and H. Hot Springs Diamond Jewelry at Prlgg's. ? Frksch chmmo card or comic panel to every purchaser. Dammann's, 806 7th st. Every lady and gentleman In need of any furnishings will be repaid by calling at Clark's new ?Otf* ? ? ? ?. ? ??- * * *- I siuir, im mi Mreri, ?? evt-rjrtuiug nas oeen re- ( duce*!, and the placque of the season will be (lis- j trlbuted. Fusskli.'s Ice Cream. Fixkst Stock of gents' straw hats at Auerbach's, 7th and II. ? A Gknctnb life size and lire-like crayon portrait & t very low pries; satisfaction or no charge. A. McLeod, artist, %?t2 3d street northwest. Infants and children's robes and dresses reduced. Dammann's, ?06 7th st. Guiteau's Last Request. ?That every man, woman and child should not fall to go to the Family Shoe Store, 306-306 7th street northwest, where you can buy men's shoes from 98 cents up, ladles button shoes from 98 cents up,child*' spring heels from 60 cents up; infants' shoes from 15 cts. up- | Dammann's, 806 7th st. Parasols at your own flgyres. An auction lot of all silk mitts, warranted, In all shades, 14 inches lone, at 39c., always sold at 75c. Come early as they will not last all day, at Clark's new store, 732 7th street. Earl <C Wilson's collars and cuffs at Auerbach's, 7th and II. Have your rost undisturbed by getting' a $2 mosquito canopj at Julius Lansburgh's, 315 7th st. Closing Oct infants' lace and nrull caps. Dammann's, 806 7th st. For Chkap Trunks and travelling bags go to Herzog's, 308 9th St., near Pennsylvania avenue. The last and most beautiful hand-painted tambourine pi acq tie siven away on Saturday at Clark's new store, 732 7th street. Jumbo Hats from $1 up at Auerbach's, 7th and H. New Polka Dot Fichus, S9c. Embroidered mull ties, 10c. Silk mitts from 25c. up. Dammann's, 806 7th st. Swiss Pot k 1 Dot Embroidery. 5 and 10c. per yard; very wi le, 18c. per yard. Swiss Irish point reduced t ) 4.*e. p r yard. Closing sale of 1 ices. Oriental l ?ce, . p* r yard. Children's dresses must be s! 11 at any price. Mrs. Max Weyl, agent, 712 7th street northwest. IlATR rour floors cover.?! with strnw mattinu- :it. low prices by Julia ; L msburgh, 315 Ttli st. P amm a nn's double-bcned cor.->et reduced to 48e. at ?m? nil st _ At Half ["heir Value.? Low <>a .rx?-r ?hoes, Kl l t?u* on and ties, Sandals .4*i-l slippers, Lasting butt >n and lace gaiters, In order to clo-;e out by L. H-ilr nin, 402 Till street. Sign: The Oil Woman In Window. Don't Fait, to attend tlie sale of hardware; t Savage's. 1003 D street northwest. Goods selling at a gPMt sacrifice. Sales continuing dally, 10 a. ;n. and 7:30 p.m. Sje advertisement. Mex's Fish Net Underwear at Auerbach's, Tth and II. New Presents to $ > buyers at J. E. Young'sGent's Gauze Undershirts, 15c. Gent's bathing suits. 50e. Unlaundncl reinforced shirts. 50c. Dam m ass's, 806 Tth st. White and black goods below cos?, 736 Tth st. Colored Eyeglasses, 25i, 50o. and $1. Ladson < 528 Vth. Closing Salb at Lowe's. 811 Mirket space, tomorrow at 10 xni. a ad 7:30 o'clock p.m. Spant.-!!! Fichus. ; Spanish ties, 48c.; Irish point tits, 48 : u l 68 c.: muil fichus, veiy cheap; losing out slik mlts far below cost. Mrs. Mux Weyl, agent, 712 7th street. m Pale in Georgetown.? Attention is called to the *Ue (advertised in the Daily Post) of large Improved property, 3516 Prospect avenue, at 4 p. m. Saturday, by Jos. C. G. Kennedy <s Son, trustees. - - Forty Mii.es for 23 Cents.?Hundreds come 10 miles dally to the Family Shoe Store, 306-?0-< 7th >treet northwe-t, to secure a pair lasting slippers )F iircnN* 1a.1i. < inrlala aut\tu. miuoao -- ? ?-. ?-.* ?-? >, *-> waio, .hiaoc3 ort ties, 69 eent% childV tiet.49 cents;boys' shoes, S cents. Waiter b. Williams & Ca, auctioneers, will take a soe^ial sale of th<? fishing tackle. Ac., at wugv's stire to-morrow afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock tvl 7:30 o'clock p.m. Great bargains may lie exacted, for every article ts to be sold without rey rve. Gre *t R vro Arss are obtained at Young & Stern's, M 7th. They are s?llln<.r out, an l are determined to depose o: their stock before rebuilding. 12V- Lawks reduced to 6c., 801 Ttli street Read about the Queen under head of Sewing Machines. cet*.ru)id collars and cuffs at Auerbach's, 7th tnl 1L _ Great Bargains tor the Fourth of Julv will be -old to-morrow at M. Au?ensteln'ajBl7 7ih st. n.w.: ** decorate l chamber s- ts reduced to t&fiO; y. doz. obi. ts.s different patterns, 23e.; 4 fan?,7c.: \ doz. and led < ups and saucers, y doz. Diates, 1 market xsket. 80;.; 1 water bucket, ^ doz. tumblers, 1 *mon squeezer, 35c.; 1 oll-bolied table cover, if 1~ teaspoons, % doz. Ice cream saucers, 2 berry Mshes. 7V .: v 'iw- knives and forks, 68o.; chanter sets, $1.15; mijoliea water pitchers, 25c.; 10 -t. dtshpmn lie.. 12-qL 15c., 14-qt. 20c., l(^qt. 25c.; inre tlu-ip'.n 3nd brush, 17c.; feather duster, *>kfng-gla8s?s, eg>r bo aters, dippers, ice picks, . alters. 5c. apiece Selling our baby carriages and trmnka below cost before enlarging our store. rowson's Ick Cream, fi.25 a gallon; plates, 10c* 11M 13th. Misses Xewtort Ties, only 50c. a pair, at Ricli?:<Ts I'-oston shoo house, 491 Pa. avenue. Gents' low, wi le (Jumba) hats. $1. A. T. Lewis, i'ft 7th street. Gents' imnlshings cheap. As Stated Last Week, we are overstock'.! on ' isslmcrc suits, and as we will not Carry them .ver win force them off at a sacrifice. Wo quote > prices, bat seeing is believing. Call and convince yourself. You will ba astonished at the low i>rices we will name. Eiseman Bros., corner 7th tad K. 8tlendit> Glasses, $1, at llempler's, 453 Pa. ave - ? Nickel Stemwindwo Watches, H-50; alv) other *uivalA3 ia watchos, chains, rings, etc. Ladson, CITY AND DISTRICT. AmuKHcntti To>nl(ht. Theater Comiqcb.?Variety and burlesque. Drivers Gardes.?Sjieclalty entertainment. Abnek's Scvxek gakijxs.?Concert. Washington swimming School?New York nrenoe, between lSth and 14th street# northwest. 9tw9al Sal* or milliner v.?On Friday, Jane OUu and Saturday, Joly 1st, the following goods ^tlTbe sold at s-^eclal prices:?Oar entire stock of .1* goods at a reduct1r?n of 40 per cent: our loomed goods at 50 percent reduction; car ex' nsivesto.;k of plumes at a reduction of 35 per ? ;; our Prench flowerat a reduction of SO per >nt; our ribbons at a red'u tloa of 85 per cent; .ce* at a reduction of 35 per cent; real Panama ..ats at $1.50, worth $?. Ki: u's Pa'.ac?, 814 7th street. 5th Extra. RESULT OF THE AUTOPSY. GUITEAU'S BRAIN EXAMINED. IT IS FOUND TO BE IK A NORMAL STATE. THE HEART AND OTHER ORGANS IN GOOD CONDITION. A HEALTHY MHVD IN A HEALTHY BODY. The Scene in the Jail Chapel. 3:30 p. m.?Dr. Bliss and his son arrived at the Jail at half-past three o'clock and joined the physicians engaged in making the autopsy. A reporter of Th* Star was the only newspaper man admitted to the chapel where the body was being dissected. The chipel 13 a spacious apartment, devoid of furnishings, save a few benches and tables. The coffin was placed upon a benoh. and the body was removed, and after having been stripped, was laid upon a table. Scales and other appliances for examining the different parts of the body were placed about on the tables. The operations of the three surgeons engaged In the autopsy were watched with the greatest Interest by the others who cro wded about the table. What Whs Di?rlowed by the Autopwy. After the examination of the eyes, the brain was removed and inspected. Then the body was cut open and a thorough and complete examination made, with the view of determining all the physiological facts that could be of Interest In connection with the case. The brain was found to be In a normal condition, and weighed 49 ounces. The heart weighed a little over nine ounces, and was in a healthy condition, as were all the other Internal organs. Ciuiteau'M Brain and Physical Development Perfect. The autopsy was adjourned at 3:55. The brain was taken to the Medical Museum, where It will be photographed a^d a more minute examination made of it this evening. The general opinion of the physicians seems to be that the mental and physical development was perfect* UlrN* Scoville. After her ineffectual attempt to get Into the jail Mrs. Scoville returned to the city and went to her lodging place. It was understood at the Jail this afternoon that she will not come to the Jail till tomorrow, when she will be permitted to view the remains of her brother. Another Bond Call. ? Secretary Folger will probably issue a bond call early next week for continued 63 included In the Issue under the act of UamV. O i0t!0 rr*v, ? ?? - * - - ?iaii/U o, iot-i. iucit: IfLLlHlU ItUOUl 50Z,UUU,mfJ OI these bonds now outstanding, but one call having: been in ide,amounting to $15,000,0C0. The Secretary has not decided what amount this call shall he for, but It Is probable that it also will be for $15,000,000. Pubmc Debt.?It Is estimated that the decrease or the public debt for the month of June Is a little over $12,000,000. The President this afternoon transmitted to the Commissioners the District appropriation bill lor their views, and the Commissioners returned the same without any suggestion. A Runaway Accident.?About noon to-day a horse attached to a bu?gy belonging to a colored man named Stephen Branson, ran away irorn In front of the Columbia buildings, and collided with a sewing-machine wagon containing a young lady, at the corner of 4?tf street and Louisiana avenue. The young lady had a narrow escape, but the fleeing horse ran a shaft of the wagon into his breast and broke his leg. Mr. R. A. Ball, of the Humane society, was on the spot and snot the horse. THE NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. The follow'.nsr are the ODenlnsr and closing prlce3 cf the New York Stock Market to-dav, as reported by special wire to IL IL Dodge, 539 15th street. Xante. O. j C. | Aame. o. C. Cen. Pacific...' 91 91 ^ North Pac .... 40%; 41 Ches. & OhIO..: 21% 23 N. Pac., pref.. 78)^1 78% Do. 1st pref .>80 31 Northwest . .. 131?* 132 Do. 2d pref.. 23V 23.V OnL & West.. 24ifi 24 K CoL Coal I 45'4 46 l'ac. Mail 42)$ 42% D., I- &. V. 127127% Peo. I). &, E ... 2s 23 M Den. & K. G..J 56 , 56% Reading 53V 56)* Erie ' 85%' 35 St. Paul 112!< 112^ Erie, 2ds ! 91% St. Paul pref.. 127% 127% III. Central ... 132 131% St. P. ? Omaha 40% 40% Lake Shore ... ill 110*8 Du. pref 104% 102% i I.ou. & Na3h .. 07% 67% Texas Pac 44 ?.$ 44% i Mic h. Cent... J 89 89 Tex. P.l'dg'ts. 61%' 6if,' M. K. & T 33% 33%' Union Pac .... 110% 111 Mo. Pacific.. .! 91% 91% Wab. Pac I 27 v 27? N. J. Central. . 77 77 Wab. Pac. p'd. 50%: 51% N. Y. Central, isovc 131 .West. Union..! 81% 84% N.& W. pref..i 50%1 51 I I 1 Condensed Locals, The Hclsler Electric Light Company lighted their lamps on F street, from the Treasury department to 9th street, last night for the first time. The rtlftii-llHv tn h(? nvcmmio tr? ho ilia ering ot the lights, which makes thein painful to the eyes. Large crowds turned out on F street to witness the display. Francis L?onard was fined 120 or 30 days hy Judge Snell yesterday for keeping Lis bar open on Sunday. An appeal w.ia noted. Charles Carpeuter, or Chlpman, 12 years old, of light complexion, gray eyes, rather small for his acre, dressed In dark pants and vest, black slouch hat and old shot s, l^ft home, 306 4% street southwest, Wednesday l ist, 21st instant, and has not been seen since. It is thought that he may have followed the soldiers to Galthersbenr. Isaac Selby, colored, was fined f5or 15 days by Judge Snell yesterday for committing a nuisance in transporting garbage through the streets In an open wagon. An old man, named Elward Henry, was charged In the l'ollce Court yesterday with making an Indecent exposure of his person In the Smithsonian j park, and also with carrying a pistol. He was fined $5 or 15 days In the first case, and $20 or 60 days in the second case. He was committed In default of the tines. Walter Keader, colored, pleaded guilty before Judge Snelt to-day to carrying a dangerous knife, and went down for 60 days In default of 120. A marine bicycle made Its appearance on the Potomac last evening for the first time In this District, producing considerable Interest among the oarsmen ot this city. It belongs to Mr. L Kimball, who is aarent for it. At the regular weekly military flfle subscription match at Bennlng's yesierday, under the auspices of the Columbia Rifle Association, the shooting ^as over the 200 yards range. W. L. Cash won the first prize, John S. Miller second. During the shooting Mr. Cash made two strings of 33 each, Captain Miller thrve of 32, Mr. Pollard three of 31, and Mr. Laurluu-n three of 31. A Non-Union Man Bkaten.?Lewis Lepreux, Robert F. Stafford and John Keif were fined S5 or 15 days each by Judge Snell to-day. for assnulting Jos. Garner, who testified that these men fell on Mm and beat hlrn because he has been working at plastering for less than union wages. 1,000 NEW STYLES of american organdy lawns. in Lawn Tennis, Polka Dots, Stripes, lavender. Pink, Blue, Tinted Grounds, Black, Blue, Brown and Pink Figures, yard wide, 12 cents. 200 S??w Sty'.es of Union LINEN LAWNS, at 8 cento. India LINEN, 12 cent*. Wainsutta (foTTON, 9 cents. 200 New Styies of Madras DRESS GINGHAMS, in Plaids and Seersucker Style*. 10 cts. and 12 eta. FOULARDS, in Satme designs, 12 cents. Satin Stride NAINSOOK. 12 cents. India LINEN8, very fine, 20 cents. 25 cents. Persian LAWNS, very fine, 25 cents. j Dotted. Figured, and Lace 8triped SWISS. 18, 20, 25c. Lace GRENADINES; Laco BUNTING. 25cts. i CLOTII. for Boys' Suite, 25 cts., 37 cts., 50 cts. LINEN, far Boys' Salts, 15 cts., 18cts.. 20 ct-?. PARA80LS L'ad sun UMBRELLAS, $1, fl.25, $1.50, f2, fl.50. Lined parauol ,s. $2. $3, $4. MATTINGS and CAKPETS. LONSDALE CAMBRIC, 10 cts. TOWSOJTS, CSC PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, ' Je2Q SOUTH SIDE. This is to give notice that the subscribersof the District of Columbia have obtai tied from the Supreme Coart of the District of Colombia, holding a si eiial term for Orphans* Court business, letters testamentary on the persona estate of ANDREW J. JOYCE, late of the District of Columbia, deceased; all persons haviDK claims ajrain*t the said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, rn or before the SEVEN TEEN 1H DAY OF JUNE NEXT; they may otherwise by law be eichided from all benefit of tha said estate. Given under our hands this 17th day of June, 1889. FRANCESM. JOYCE. 1 r.^intn.>23-1 aw3w WILLIAM J. MILLER.* "*cuw>r*tlEflT BLUE FLANNEL SUITS, $10 AND $12, 15 fast colors; Boys', $7 and ft; Children's, with short psnte $5 andfO; Children's Linen Putts, $3; Office Costs, 40 and 50c.; Men's and Boys' Straw Hats, from 2ftc. upwards. The luat $1 School Shoe in the city; Miasu and CUldrt n's Slippers and N.P. Ties for examination. from 75c. op; our J.O.W. Cong. Gaiter and Low-cut Shoe*, for$1.60. J. W. 8KLBY, Jc3 1914-10U Penasylvauia avians. CITY ITEMS. Hate for "Fourth of July*" Gentlemen's wide brim "Jumbo" Hata^tl to $2; Boys' wide brim, low crown, "Jumbo Hats" 75, $1, $1.25; Young Gent's Nobby, Cantons and Macklnaws, $1, $1-*: Gentlemen's Manillas, reduced from $4 to $3.50; Closing out Boys' and Children's White and Mixed Braids, at reduced prices; nice Dress Hats sold now for 25, 40, 50 and 75 cts., at Lewis', 990 7th St., bet. 1 and K n.w. Established 1863. For the Eye of Toariat*. Gents' Ion? or short sleeve Gauze Under Vests,50c; A Job lot of long sleeve Undershirts, 25c.; New York Pattern Jean Drawers, nice fit, 50c.; Climax Sbtrts, ready for use, perfect fit, fl; Balbrlggan half Hose, from stewart's cljpslng sale, $1.50 doz ; White Ties, 2 doz. for 25c.; Linen Collara, ise.; Traveling Bags, Sun Umbrellas, Night Shirts; best stock or Traveling Trunks In the city, at Lewis', 4,cheap cash store," 920 7th sL n.w. 2 Noah Walker Sc Co. The great spring and summer sale Of our superior Styles of Clothing, Men's, Boys' and Children's Sult3ln all the leading Sty lea Odr prices reduced to suit the pockets of alL Business Suits, Dkkss Suits, and Working Suits. We organize a sale of clothing now that shall reduce our stock immediately. This Is the time and now the day for bargains. The goods must be sold at once, and early buyers shall have all the advantages of New Goods at low prices. Convalencenta from all wasting diseases should use Carter's Liver Bitters for their superior strengthening and tonic qualities. The narked Popular Faror accorded to "Hub Punch"' is amply warranted. No other punch made when required for use can rival It* Decline of itlan. Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexual Debility, cured by "Wells' Health Renewer." $1. Depot, Stott & CromwelL 8 " Aid erne y Dairy W aeons." 1 -t...? WW r icon aiunuc; Dutiri. luuiwm c?cl/ Uturilillg and delivered In Jtf-lb. "Ward" prints 40c. oer lb. Also, cottage cheese, buttermilk and tweet milk, 6c. per qt. Cream, 16c. pint. Diicn. BENHAM. On June 30tb, J882. at 3:15 a.m., J. EARNEST BEN HAM, beloved eon of Isaac and the late Mary A. Beuham, at 422 East Capitol street. Notice of funeral hereafter. *. DESHAM. On Friday, June 30th. 1882. Mrs. CARRIE V. DENHAM, beloved daughter of John W. and Millison Mea<l, aged nineteen years. Her funeral will take place from St. Mark's Church. Capitol Hill, on Sunday, at 4 o'clock p. in. The friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2* KEITHLEY. On Wednesday, June 28, 1882, at ? p.m., JOHN KEITHLEY, in tne seventy-fifth year o? bin age. Funeral will take place from his late residence, corner 3d and M streets southeast, on Sunday, July 2d. at 3 o'clock p.m. Friends of the family are invited to attend. MATTERN. At 10:30 a.m., June 30, 1882, after a long and painful illness, M ARGERETTA, wife of P. A. Mattern, in the fifty-fourth year of her age. Friends are requested to attend the funeral from her late residence, 1723 7th street northwest, Sunday, July 2, at 3 o'clock p. m. . 2* NE8BITT. On Friday, June 30, 1882, nt 12:05 a.m.. CATHARINE AGNES NESBITT. infant daughter of John B. and C. S. Nesbitt, aged three months and two days. Enneralfrom residence of parents, No. 105 K street northwest, Saturday, July 1st, at 3 p.m. * REID. On Friday, June 30, 1882, at 3 o'clock a.m., WILLIE CLARENCE, youngest child of Edwin Clarence and Minnie A. Reid, aged 1 year, 6 months and 17 days. One more bud in heaven, And one le*s on earth; But to us the comfort's given . We shall meet him after death. By His Aunt Kate. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services, from the residence of his parents. 1309 13th street northwest, at 3-30 o'clock Sunday evening next. 2 WINEBERGER. On the morning o f tha 30th of June, 1882, at five o'clock a. m., CYRUS H. WINEBERGER, Jr., in the thirty-seventh year of his age, son of the late Cyrus H. Winebergor. Sr. Funeral from his late residence. No. 501 street northwest, Saturday, July 1st, at 4:30 p. m. * AUCTION SALES. rpiIOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer. CLOSING SALE OF MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. TO-MORROW. (Saturday), JULY FIRST, 1882, at TEN O'CLOCK, and EVENING, at HALF'-PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK, at No. 811 Market Space, (Lowe's), I shall have a closing sale, comprising? Buttons, Fringes, Tailors' and Regalia Trimminprs, together with balance of Btock. It Vy ALTER WILLIAMS & CO., Auctioneers. REGULAR SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE; BRUSSELS CARPETS; 20 ROLLS MATilNG; WALNUT CHAMBER SUIT-" NEARLY NEW; PARLOR SUITF, UPHOLSTERED IN PLUSH; REFRIGERATORS; W LNUT-.'RAME MIKKOUSi UaRBLV.TOPTABLGH. LAKG.. ASSORTM NT OF TINWARE. BASKETS. WOODEN WAKE. H F ATING AND OTHtlt STOVES, C OCKERY, kc. On TO-MORROW. JULY FIRST, at TEN O'CLOCK A.M., we nhall sell, In front of our Belearoom, the above collection of Go^Jg. It WALTER B. WILLIAMS k CO., Auctioneers. fjjlHOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer. TEN FINE SILVER-MOUNTED SHOW CASES, FRENCH-PLATE MIRROR, COUNTERS AND SHELVING, &c., AT AUCTION. On MONDAY, JULY THIRD, at TEN O'CLOCK, at 811 Market Space, (Lowe's), I shall sell the above. The show cases are in splendid condition, jc30-2t ALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE ON FOURTEENTH STREET N ORT WW EST, NEAR THOMAS CIRCLE. By virtue of a deed of trust duly recorded in liber/^h No. 971, folio 200 et ecij., of tne land rrcordB of thef?;| District of Columbia, and at the written request of the party secured thereby, we wi:l offer for sale at public auction, in front ot the premises, on the THIRTIETH DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1882, at HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., the following-described real estate, to wit: lot lettered *'C," of John O. Evans' subdivision of original lot twelve, in Square number two hundred and forty-seven, in the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, improved by house No. 1131 14th stieet northwest, subject to prior incumbrance. 'Jerms of sale: Cash. A deposit of $100 will be required at time ol sale. Terms of sale must be complied with within live days, or property will be resold at cost of bidder. JOHN W. ROSS. > tv,,CW? CHAP1N BROWN, J Tnletee3< Je21-d 470 Louisiana avenue. TIT- AT REQUEST OF PARTIES INTERESTED, the above sale is POSTPONED until JULY SIXTH, 1882, at HALF-PAST SIX O'CLOCK P.M. By order of the Trustees. J.-S0-d WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., Aucte. [For Other Auction* See Seventh Paoe-1 f^REAT CLEARING-OUT SALE. v_* TREMENDOUS SUMMER STOCK, TREMENDOUS SUMMER STOCK, SELLING OFF CHEAP, BELLI Mi OFF CHEAP, At A. STRAUS', At A. STRAUS', 939 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. 939 PENNSYLNANIA AVENUE, NEAR TENTH STREET NEAR TENTH STREET. Call and see how we have put things down. Call and f-ee how we have put thintra down. We are determined to clear oir counters We are determined to clear our counters Of the Entire Stock Ol the Entire Stock OF MEN'S AND BOYS* OF MEN'S AND BOYS' FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING. FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING, THE VERY BEST CLASS CLOTHING THE VERY BEST CLAbS CLOTHING EVER MADE UP. EVER MADE UP. We are selllni? Better Goods, ? We are selling Better Goods, For Less Money, For Less Money, Than Anv Other Clothing House. Than Any Other Utothinjc House, And Now Offer And Now Offer THE VERY GREATEST BARGAINS THE VERY GREATEST BARGAINS To be found anywhere in this city. To be found anywhere in this city. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! The Coolest and Lightest Store in the City. The Coolest and Lightest Store in the City. A. STRAUS, A. STRAUS, 939 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. 939 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Near Tenth street. Je23-lm Near Tenth street. |_| AYWARD A HUTCHINSON, 217 NINTH STREET NORTHWEST. BRANCH CORNER EIGHTEENTH ANDP STREET8. DUPONT CIRCLE. PLUMBINGS FUBNACE& BANGES VANTKIA to WfcMMt h> til ft? itw. n SECOND-HAND CLOTHING BOUGHT. AND THE n Mgfcat cash rdoM paid. Also, Watches, jewelry. HEBZ^ JoBMfe TT AJLLET DAVISA CO.'S XX UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOS. Great bargains until 1m of July to close out! 1 W fdl stock for summer changes. H. L. SUMNER. ' Agent 811 ?th street northwsrt. mil , gTORK'S PLBtfBUWLBLE AND ECONOMICAL tOURS. Tonr to C*nsdA, embreelB<r Hudson River, Bow*** Cave. Otsego Lake, Trsntan Falls. Thousand Idas ds, Rapid s of the 9fc.*Iiawrifcice, Montreal, An Sable Chasm, Lakaa>eo*ga and Cham plain, Saratoga. Etc., ihlrUda day trip, with hotel and all ?pen? pud, for only S?V?i4Tlf"i'iAB? DOLLARS* Tour to Mount Dsssrt Mil White Mountains, a tan aaya trip, ?llkJiiittNnd all expense* paid, ONLY SIXTY-T* REE DOLLARS. Ocean Trip, Baltintreto Bwton?Isles of Shoals, Lake Bebago and White mountains, etc., a tea days ton; all SBpensee paid, for ONLY *XFTT-*INE DOLLARS. Send for Descriptor CNJfc) free. W. L. STORK, Je26-5t 220 W. Baltimore street, Baltimore. FAMILY^ SUPPLIES. jjjOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS J OCC FEB RRR RES RSSSCOE RRE 5 O EE RRR EE hSSSa COE RRE rrm COO ERR R R EES BSSS? ? oSSSs TTTT REE RRR L II NN II GGO S 8 T E RRL II NN N O O ^SSSo T EE RRR L II N N N G o 3 T R RRL II N NN G GO M hSSSH T EEE R R T T T.T. II N NN GOO M RRR EEEL II A NN N OCC EEE R RF L IIAANNNCOR RRR U L II A A N N N O EE R RE L II AAA N NffO CE R RREELLLLIIA AN NN OCC EEEH GGO OO L DDD EEE NN N GGOOL DDE NN N O OOL DDEENNN GOOOOL DDE B NN GGO OO LLLL DDD EEE N NN H H II L L , H H n L L HHH II L L H H II L L ' m U 11 n LLLL LLLL H WILL ALWAYS MAKE BEAUTIFUL ROLLS, BREAD AND BI8CUIT8. Wholesale Depot: Corner 1st street and Indiana avenue. Jel WM. M. OALT & CO. Jj>OR EXCURSIONISTS. POTTED HAM. BRAWN. POTTED TONuUE, CORNED BEEF, POTTED BEEF, TURKEY LIVERS, POTTED CHICKEN, SHRIMP, POTTED GAME CURRIED OYSTERS, LUNCH TONGUE8, PICKLED OYSTERS. WHOLE BONED HAM, PICKLED LOBSTER, WHOLE BONED CHICKEN, SARDINES in oil, I TOMATOES and TRUFFLED WOODEN PLATES. ! PAPER NAPKINS. B. W. REED'S SONS, my24 1216 F 8TREET NORTHWE8T. QLARET! CLARET! CLARET Wr offer, as s specialty, THREE BOTTLES TABLE CLARET FOR $1, OR 13.75 PER DOZEN. We have also an assortment of HIGHER GRADES OF CLA RET, which we are offering at low figures. POTTED MEATS, PICRLES, OLIVES. PANNED OYSTERS. SARDINES, &c., &c., for Picnics and Excursions. GEO. E. KENNEDY & SON, mS No. 1209 F STREET NORTHWE8T. JOHN R. KELLY, DULIR TW FniKT.ri.iM BEEF. LAMB. VEAL, MUTTON, ic. CORNED BEEF I A SPECIALTY Stalls 628, 629 tad 630 Center Market, 9th street wing, and 206 ana '208 Northern Liberty Market; or AddreM Box 71, City Post Otbce. Marketing deLivewA fras of charge to all parte of tto citv. uiar24 WE ARE RECKJVING DAILY EXTHA BLUE GRASS MUTTON PRIME STALL FED BEEF. SELECTED UlSTERS. GAME AND FRESH FISH, Constantly on hand PHILADELPHIA CHICKENS AND TURKEY& At tiio BOSTON MARKET. I?0N BCHELL & CO.. rtffl 1719 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. AT 8BR A U TT MM MM " KSSSQ B AA U U MM MM" 5 8 BBB A A U U M MM M BSSS? B B AAA UUMMM K 2 BBB A A UU M M M - SSSS* BATHING SUITS for Gentlemen from 65 ccnts np. BATHING SUITS for Ladies from $2.25 up. BATHING SUITS for Misses from G to 16 years. BATHING SUITS for Boys from 4 to 16 years. BATHING HAT3 AND CAPS from five cents up. BATHiNG SHOES for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. BATHING TRUNKS for Gents and Boys. YACHTING AND BICYCLE SHIRTS. YACHTING AND BICYCLE SHIRT3, for Gents and Boys, at BBB A U U MM MM m ?,SSS? B B AA U UMMMM" 2 a BBB A A U U M MM M ^SSSq B B AAA UUMMM ? S BBB A A UU M M M bSSSB M Je23 416 SEVENTH STREET. ifcjgEDUCED!" "REDUCED!" We have to-day placed on our center counter a lanw lot of FRENCH and ENGLISH DRESS GOODS for 25 cts. These floods have been selling at 50 and 62J$ cts. "They are a Genuine Bargain." SURAH SILKS, suitable for Evening Dresses, in Creim), Light Blue and Pink. $1.25; same quality sold elsewhere at $1.50. Our stock of LUPIN'S GRENADINES, in elegant styles andqualities, cannot be excelled. LINEN LAWNS, 12**c. CANTON GINGHAMS of the best grades, 12^0. LONSDALE CAMBRIC, 12}$c. 100 dozen full res. HOSE, 25c. a pair. 100 dozen All-linen Hemstitched HANDKERCHIEFS, st $1.50 i>cr dozen. Our stock is very larjre In all departments, and prices very low. We invite inspection. "ONE PRICE ONLY." trunnel a clark. m!3 803 market space. q.ood green coffee, 10 POUNDS FOR fl.00. lOlba. GRAN. SUGAR... $1.00 1 gall, best SWEET CATAWBA WINE 1.00 lgall. my ' 'BOUQUET" WHISKY 2.50 geo. a. o hare, my31-lm 1213 7tli street northwest. jyjattings, mattings" mattings, IN GBEATTCAltBBTY OF STYLES. LOOSE COVERS for Furniture Cut and Mado*i order by our Philadelphia Artist. WINDOW SHADES, LACE OCRTAINS AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS In Great Variety. CARPETS AT REDUCED PRICES. singleton & hoeke, 801 MARKET SPACE. All orders for STEAM CARPET CLEANING receive prompt attention. mir26 Every one his* owe artist.?a wonder FUL IN VENTION.?N?w Art.embracing all kinds of drawing, acquiredin an* to three lessons. Outfits required are furnished free. Satisfaction or no charge on first lesson. Call and examine drawings after one lest-on. McLEOD'S STUDIO. Je7-3m 222 3d street northwest. ijhe concord harness." GET THE BEST. lutz & bro., Agent for *be sale of "The Concord Harness" of all kinds and descriptions. COUPE, CARRIAGE ROAD H ARNES8 a specialty. Havi opened to-day another very large stock of the celebrated Concord Harness and Collars, which we offer at very luw prices. Every geuuine Concord Harness is Btamped with maker's name and trade mark. TRUNKS, SATCHELS, Jtc., in great variety at bottom prices. lutz A bro., 497 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Je7-lm Adjoining National Hotel. Lake auburn mineral spring wateb Cores Bright's Disr * of the Kidneys. Diabetes. Dropsy. Malaria Fevt? and Deafness from its cause; naturally laxativ^ cures Constipation always; king of all table waters; the purest yet analysed. Druggists use it instead ei dtrtftM waters for solution#. It keeps sweet years. Thousands have been cured from its use. Do not fail to try it. Hog. J. L. H. COBB, President, I J. N. WOOD, Treasurer, ( Me, G. C. GOSS, Director. Bath. ' iT- * . ' **i. ;< . * . SUMMER RESORTS. fXUDUCONT HOUSE. V Otnatod to the midst of the Blus Eld? a. . A Mohqtains, in dose proximity to the WesternfpmV teyland railroad. is now open for the reeep- JLUHJL son of visitors. Free tram mosquitoes, malaria; cool ad delightful atmosphere. Address . MT1J.RR. Blue Ridpe Summit P. O., Je28-9t* county. Pis. pASSENGERS FOB THE % WHITE M0UNTAIN8, MT. DESERT. POLAND SPRINGS, RANGELEY AND M008EHEAD LAKES, And sll other New England Resorts, SHOULD BXAR IX 1CIHD THAT THE ONLY ROUTE WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS BXTwrar WASHINGTON AND BOSTON, Is via Penn. R., Steamer Maryland, N. Y., A .. . A y^.HJ^H., and New York and New Englandycjly I Solid trains of New Baggage Oars, first-clsss PassenSr Coaches and the finest of Pullman's celebrated Bleept Cars are run on this line. No Omnibus Transfer through New York City. No delays caused by the transfer of Baggage through New York City. Tickets on sale at sll Penn. R. R. Offices. Be sure they read via New York and New England R. R. Time Tables giving detailed information may be obtained at Hotels and Ticket Offioes. S. M. FELTON, Jr.. A. C. KENDALL. General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. Je26-eo7w THE SHORE COTTAGES, i. . A NEWPORT, ill. frfmf New, elegant; Bathine. Sailing, Fishing. 1<"~ > iuxvo. in, o. x ijAVJVJ, uwtwc. SliUBY PARK, N.J.-THE I'EMBEliTON, CORner 2d and Ocean avenue, 50 feet froiufl,. . a surf, elegantly furnished, new house, nowVcnV open; table unexceptionable. Transients ac-iuDLl commodates reasonably. Je24 6t* Newand fashionable svmmek resort and Hotel at Long Point, on Seneca Lake, A . ? A on the direct route from Washington to Nia-Yjf^hw para Falls and all northern rworts via the ACjBLL Seneca Lake steamers. Tie large double-saloon, si.e wheel steamers of this line land at the hotel six times daily, connecting with all passenger trains at Watkin's Glen and Geneva. Electric lights and all modern appliances. boating, fishing, kc. Scenic attractions unequalled. Tickets on sale via this route at all offices. J. LAEDLAW, Manager Hotel. J. D. PAYNE, bupt. Steamers, Watkins, N. Y. Je34 1m Mansion hottse. mipdleburg. loudoun County, Va., has been refitted; now open A . ? A for accommodation of transient and suritaier y boarders. Mineral spring near hotel, equal to any in the state. Address je23-2w CHRISTIAN REAMER. ST. JOHN'S COTTAGE. CAPE MAY. N. J.-ONE block from Congress Hall, facing the A ocean. Excellent tabie and rooms. Address |7^4w E. ST. JOHN. Je21-2w' Ii"MI POTOMAC HOTEL, ST. GEORGE'S I8LAND, Md., A j, A Will oj>en JUNE 25. fi^m f Terms:--$1.50 per day, $9 per week, and I per month. Special arrangements for families. Steamers ! met at Piney Point wharf. Good sailing and bathing. All boats free. Address R. J. ADAMS k BROS.. Piney Point, St. Mary's county. Md. RkFKHENCES: Schraedtie & Bros., 704 7thstreet. I C. Xander, 911 7tli street northwest. Je20-lm* East end cottages (Formerly cramer COTTAGES), Bedford, Pa.-Water from A . , A the several springs at cottages for use of guests. Rooms comfortable and board first- Jr'Stf class. J. W. BARNDOLLAR, Proprietor. Jew-1 in* IJIHE "COLONNADE." ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., Furnished with all the Modern Improvements, including Hot and Cold Baths. Jel9-2w C. A. R I N E 8. CLARK HOUSE, ARBTTRY TARK. N. J. A -3 I U1 - n.li ** _A _ l n...- . A m ej'ri'jaiiy utnuriuie vx?ui(n! nurei; ' uiHuei * and service unsurpassed; free conveyance to lieach and from station; rates very reasonable, j I'jfrT |_ Address A. A. M. CLARK. Jel<-2m Doubling gap white sulphur springs Will ojien for reception of guests JUNE A . , A 27th. For terms, circulars, Ac., address V<vj|V ISAAC MENGEL, Mengel House, Ji^nLL Jel5-2m* Newville, Cumberland Co., Pa. Hotel albion. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., fl .. 4 Oj>ens for the season of 1882 Saturday, Jnney.vjft 17. The most elegantly furnished and h??tU' 'BE I appointed hotel in Atl*ntic City. An oj>en-air pavilion with an unobstructed floor of 600 square yards for hops and amusements has lieen added this season. GEO. L. JACOBY. Manager, LENTZ & SIEGRI8T. jel3-2m Proprietors. j"ONG BRANCH. LELACTW OCEAN HOTEL. JUNE, JULY, AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER. Jel2-lm CHARLES & WARREN LELAND. Jn. Hotel Columbia. , Ocean Beach, N. J.. jk . i A OPENS JUNE 24th. f Cm f For illustrated circular, terms, Ac.. address 1 ' 'KB I ; JelO-lm FRED. E. FOs i tk. I WHITE MOUNTAINS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE! j FABYAN HOUSE. |,,1 TWIN MOUNTAIN HOUSE. fpmf CRAWFORD HOUSE. Il-'iffi 1 MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE. BARRON, MERRILL & BARRON, Proprietors. OPEN JUNE 15th. Mountain house, CRESSON SPRINGS, ft A Cambria county, Pennsylvania. TftV OPENS JUNE 22. 18X2. V'KE T On main line of Pennsylvania railroad, 2.200 foot above sea level, situated in a park of one hundred acres, amid the matchless scenery of the Allejrheuies. Its accessibility, pure air, and freedom from malaria, fiies and moeqaitos render it the most desirable resort in the state. During 1881 a New Hotel was erected, first class in all its appointments, and capable (with cottages) of accommodating nearly 1,000 guests. Cotiage residences may be rented by those desiring the quiet and seclusion of home. For descriptive circular, diagram and terms, address W. D. TYLER, Superintendent. The celebrated Logan House. Altoona, Pa., is also under Mr. Tylek's management. Send for circular. . je9-lm Atlantic hotel, ocean city, Maryland, will OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF 1882 A 4 on the 21 st OF JUNE. For information and ypflfc T circular apply at the Star office. ll"BE I JOHN TRAC Y. jel4-lm Ocean City, Maryland EARNS HOUSE. NEAR WEST POINT. NOW opeu; ?rst-clas s board; spacious grounds A . , A j and fine shade: abundance of milk, fruit andyiflA W vegetables. Illustrated circular. iv'ffffi I MRS. A. MEARNS, JB., A SON. my30-lm* Highland Falls, N. Y. OLD-POINT COMFORT. virginia. 1. ] a I HVAFTi HflTBT. V Situated 100 yards from Fort Monroe. Open XLJSILL all the year. Equal to any hotel iu the United States. Surroundings unsurpassed. Bathing', boatinir, fishing and dri rinir si>ecially attractive. Pre-eminently a resort for southern people. Terms lens lor e*iual accommodations than any resort in the country'. Climate free from Malaiia; and for Insomnia truly wonderful in its soporific effect. _Send for circular describing hytrienic advan tages. eJHii*. , HARRISON PHOEBUS, myl6-3m Proprietor. THE ROBINSON COTTAGE. REHOBOTH BEACH. Del., opens JUNE 26. A. i 1 Newly furnished. For terms address Tfty Je9-lm F. H. WALKER, 223 Est. n.w. JtiB-L Mountain top hotel. 1,99*5 feet**", a above Tide Water. Situated in Virginia. Y<vS^y on Chesapeake and Ohio Railway: 140 milexX^JQl from Washing-ton City, and 121 miles from Richmond, Va.; is now open for visitors. HENRY L. MASSIE, Prop., Aftou L)ei>ot, Va. my31-lm OCKWOOD MOUSE, HARPER'S FERRY, WEST Va., Mrs. 8. K. LOVETT, Proprietress. | , , A Board unsurpassed; produce fresh from couu try market: good beds; high elevation. Terms Al^BLL low, |5:50 i>er week. Open Junj 1. in 13-s, t, th, lm&dlm rpHE POPULAR WATERING PLACE, CAPE MAY, Is reached by the Ylf f WEST JERSEY RAILROAD. In Two Hours from Philadelphia. Fast Express Trains, with Parlor Cars attached, are run daring the season at convenient hours, and passengers will find on their arrival at the .lew Broad Street Station. Philadelphia, Union Transfer Coaches and Horse Cars ready to transfer direct to the station of the West Jersey Railroad, at the foot of Market street. For through tickets, bajrgage checks, and full information apuly as follows: Northeast corner 13th street and Pennsylvania avenue; Station Baltimore and Potomac Railroad, corner 6th and B streets; 619 Pennsylvania avenue; 1361 Pennsylvania avenue. FRANK THOMSON, J. R. WOOD, General Manager. General Passenger Agent. Je6-taul5 (1APE MAY.?NEW ATLANTIC-CHOICE* A ./Family House?Near the beach; unot>-YffjkW structed view; cuisine first-clam; modern ap- JlUKLL pointments; located on the most desirable street in the city. Address J. S. DEAT3 niy30-2m 0LARENDON HOUSE! Ciabexdox SPBXXOS. V*. Ml Open June to October. Hotel and three Cottages accommodate two hundred guests; celebrated springs; beautiful park and fountain; pleasant drives; billiard* ; bowling; telegraph office connected with hotel. Send for circular. jelO-am B. MURRAY fc SONS., Props. OAKLAND AND DEER PARK. I. . A B. ftO. Summer Reeorts. Vcmf OPEN JUNE 25th. ^ Ii??T The liberal and determined efforts of the B. It o. R. R. Co. to make those well known and popular hotels the equal of any Summer resorts in the United States in point of size, aa well as grandeur, can only be realized when seen. The capacity ot the hotels for the season of 1882 is double that of last season, and no expense has been considered where these already lovely places could be made more attractive and comfortable. For particulars, ad dress C. 8. WOOD, ?>7tjyl EUTAW HOUSE. BALTIMORE. Md. vork sulphur springs. adams county. a Pa., now open under newmansgement.i. a Water?Sulphur. Magnesia and Iran. Terms reasonable. Washington to Union Statton J&BJL (BaMlnore) by B. k>.. thence ky Western Malryland ST*, to New Oxford, without change. Fran. Baltimore to New Oxford ana return, fa.Sft Stage from Now Oxford. 8 miles, UtU-lm'l a. B, smith, Proprietor. IWHIBHHHU&nnHWBBBin SUMMER RE8QRT8. ffTHK ORIOLE, PBHBT STRUT iMD Bti(X Opens JUNE 18T. Tot terms apply toMRV J?jLL MIDDLEEAUTT, 'The OrioteT* Cape May. >Tl5* Marine villa. i . , 4 CAPE mat, ft.J.. vmv Opposite Stockton Hotel lawn, ud within lOoii^BJL feet of the ooeut' Jabfe a specialty. Gwdortnc bells sod all modem Improvements. Sewage inla appro red by board Of bnlth. Je&-lm* MRS F. HALLENBECE. RIVER VIEW HOUSE. OXFORD. MD., MOW open. The most deJurhtfu) sum mer re - M . . A sort in the Hate, situated Immediately on theyfTSA W beach and within 100 yarda of the rtwulxat^JU landings; aalt water bathinjr, boatin* and bahin*. aST< beautiful level roada for driving-; steamboat, rail and tele?raph communication. For circular* and other information addreaa CLARENCE FETEks. proprietor. Je5-2m SHENANDOAH ALl'M SPRINGS, SHFNANDOAH county. Va. Now open. Round tnr ticket* M . . A via B. ft o.R.E. For pamphlet* address f;v?T je3-lm FARSON A CO. li"la ' Bedford mineral springs hotel oi>eni? on the 5th OF JUNE. jason 8TOCE BRIDGE, of the old Fountain A A and Guy's Hotel, Baltimore, Manatrer. y.-Tft T Round Trip Tickets at low rate* to be had at^J^U Railroad Office# and Baeyajre checked through. The Proprietor# wish it to be distinctly understood that the ui>e of toe Waters and Grounds will be*trictl> conflued to those who are quests of tlie estab!i?hment and iheir use will be held from all others with the exception of permanent residents of the county and thoee who pay for their use. Rooms may be now engaged by letter to the ANDERsOR HEIRS. BEDFORD SPRINGS, PA. Pamphlets and Bedford Water to l?e had at our Gen eralAjfenta: A. S. SHAKER, 49 North Charles street. Baltimore. Md.; C. B. SHAFFR, 1010 F street. Waah lUKton, D. C., and SHAFEK &CO., 1003 Arch stwet. Philadelphia. Pa. Je2-6w THE ANDERSON HEIRS. Proprietors. River springs will bf. open for board ?rsfrom JUNE 1st to 8KPTEMBKR 1st. * . . a Boatdf 1.50 |>er da(Lfor less than a w-.-e, fl .'ifi per day when overTweek. Children over two years invariably 75 cents. Fruit, finhiutf. medical bills and medicine all free. New attritions for this season are more n?om, fine seine, ice cream and sola fountain. Mail arrives promptly Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at River Springs, and the Proprietor is Postmaster. Address, Da. R. P. BLiAKItsTON E. Je2-2m River Spring*. Md. ClOLTON'S SUMMER RESORT. EIGHTY MILKS ) down the river?fine fishitiK. ovsterimr. A . ? A crabbing and bathing?OPKN JUNE 201H.ffljf Terms 11.25 per day. R. J. COLTON. Pro-Ji^BLL prietor, Mileatown P.O., St. Mary's co. ,Md. jeB-'im QAPON SPRINGS AND BATHS, ALKALINE LITHIA WATERS, HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. W. VA. OPEN JUNE FIRST TO OCTOBER, and*,, A later when company will Justify, bavlufr theyfX^y larvest swimminir pool of carbonated mineral ^^JHLL water in the world. Also, Chalybeate Springs, (second to none,) rich in iron, and. from a half to three-quarters of an hour's ride, (carriatrc or horseback,) a tine White Sulphur. Grand mountain scenery, summer climate unsurpassed; a charming summer home. More satisfactory results in a number of disease* (some iu a few weekr, others a season) than any sprintrs in thix country or EurotML and rates of charye moderate. Ea?*y of access from all points of the compass. Pamphiets and water at Thompson's, 703 l&th street, Washington. D.C., or will be acnt direct on applicatiou. Fine hand, rood boatimr and fishimr. Entnura rooms early. Hundreds turned sway each season unable to tfet quarters. Hunting iu season. mylz-2m W. H. SALE, Proprietor. JJOCK ENON SPRINGS AND BATH8. Great North Mountain, nrar Winchoater, Va. A. s. PRATT, Proprietor. 1 Open June 1st. For pamphlet* frivin? terms and all information, apply to A. 8. PKATT ft SON. 401 SKh tm.-t uorthwert. Engage Rooms early. myiJ-Sm ^tONGUESS HAUL, CAPE MAY. I , . t Unequaled location, substantial building, jQJEK-X new furniture, prompt and attentive service, elevator, electric bells. A TABLE OF PARTICULAR EXCELLENCE. The Orchestra will be conducted by Mr. Zimmerman. H. J. ft G. R. CRUMP, Of Colonade Hotel, Philadeli>hia. Opens June 24. myl9-2m A8BURY PARK, N. J., THREE MILES BELOW Long Branch. The Mansion House, one A . , A block from the ocean. Is now open for the re-fyJI y ceptlon of guests. For particulars address J-ijn* L Mrs. B. H. CHADBOURNL, Proprietor. >-17-211* rpHK WEST JERaEY RAILROAD. I. , 1 (New Bboad Gauge Rot-te, ) ?' 'Be ' BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND ATLANTIC CITY. IS NOW RUNNING FAST BXPRFSS TRAINS OF ELEGANT PASSENGER COACHES AND PARLOR CARS. In which the charge for seat has been reduced to 25 eta. THROUGH WITHOUT STOP IN NINETY MINUTES. Passengers from Washington will take the through trains of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad to Philadelphia and arrive at the new Broad street Station of the Pennsylvania Railroad, where Union Transfer Coaches or street cars connect direct to Station of the West Jersey liailroad at foot of Market street. For throuwhtickets. batnnur>> ch? ckp and full information apply as follows: Northeast corner of 13tli street and Pennsylvania avenue; Station Baltimore and Potomac Railroad, corner 6th and B streets; 61'J Penmiilvania avenue: 1351 Pennsylvania avenue. FRANK THOMSON. J. R. WOOD. General Manager. General Passenirer Agent. je6-taul5 piNEY POINT HOTEL. ST. MABY'8 COUXTT, MABTUftTD, Op3n for reception of Gue-ts Jcne 15th, under the i management of the owner, Mr. and Mrs. A . , A JOS. TRAVEUS. VMV 1 The Hotel has Just been thoroughly reno- ft*1 | vated, furn.shed and supplied witn every con\enieuce for the comfort of guests, and is a hrst-class Summer Home for families. Terms?$2 per day, f 10 per week, and $35 i>er month. Special arrangements made for families. Daily o :n- I mumcanon witii Washington, Baltimore, and Norfolk by the Hue steamers Ucoiye Lcary, Lady Of tUe Lake, and Jane Moseley. For further information address Mr. and Mrs. J08. TRAVERS, Je9-3m Piney Point, St. Mary's Co., Md. Jordan white sulphur springs, Stephenson'a depot P.O., A , n A Frederick Co., Va. f M f Circulars at Star oflioe. ' Je7-6w I1"*" ? Stockton hotel, CAPE MAY, N. J. SEASON OF 1882 OPENS JUNE 29. Under nor management. All communica- A . i 1 : tions will receive prompt attention addressed T;V^ T to J. P. SHANNON, Carroll ton House, Haiti- 1 ' 'TgTi I more, Md., or to P. S. BOOTHBY, Manager, my25-2m CAPL MAY. N.J. THE SOUTHF.RN. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.,(*ORmerly OCEAN VIEW,) delightfully >o-A . ? A cated,one block from beach and de,>otF. First class accommodations at reasonable rates; I ' I and heat. P. O. Box USO. my'24-3m VAN DYKE & buxn._ SEASIDE PARK HOTEL, SEASIDE PARK, N. J., ! ^ will open JUNE 10. Accommodations firsti . ? L clans; tattling* excellent; sailing and finhinfrT'^ft Y unexcelled. Address 1lc. HERR, Masonville. N. J., until June 1. After that, Seaside Park ,N. J. my24-3m Moore's hotel, leonardtown, . .a St. Mary's county, Md. Norw open. New VnM front and Ieixb number cool rooms added since last season. Thres churches. ihysiciann and druv store, mineral water; salt-water bathing, boating, fishintr, ten pins, croquet? all free. Dancing nightly. NomosQuitos. Terms, $25 i>er month; $a j>er we<k; $1.50 iier day. Children and nurses half price. Boats to anafrom Washington -.\ times a week. Arrowsmith leaves Thursdays and Saturdays, returning Sundays ! ard Fridays. Tlie Sue on Monday, returning Saturday. I References iriven. HKIlftKRT P. Je7-lm Proprietor. /"IOBB'8 ISLAND. VA. Vv . The only SEASIDE RESORT IX VTR- A . . A GINIA. Tde ?md the tssfe?t of SurfWiv^^V Bathing-. Ocean, Shark and Channel Fishing, j ]' 'ff [ and Snipe Hbootin*. Terms, f2 per (lav; S12 per week; J40 j>er month. Route from Old Point by Steamer Northampton to Cherryston ? every Monday. Wednesday and Friday. The Baltimore and Washington tteaniTH make close connection with the Northampton.- Address, Jel-tal5 J. T. SPADY, Proprietor. ORKNEY SPRINGS WILL BE OPENED FOR REception ">f Guests JUNE 1st, 1882. This A , , A well renowned place has Just undergone ex T vHfc tensive and thorough repairs, both as to hotels proi>er and the grounds. Special attention !i is been given to the sanitary department. For further in formation send fcr descriptive catalogues, or ai>i>ly to JOHN W. DREW, corner 9th and Pennsylvania avenue, and to WM. C. MILBURN, 1429 Pennsylvania avenue, Washington, D. C. my23-'2m J. N. WOODWARD, Gen'l Manager. gARATOGA SPRINGS. UNITED STATES HOTEL. f f 8eason of 1882 opens JUNE 10th and closes SEPTEMBER 30th. my2-2m TOMPKINS. PAGE * CO. rTHE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, A WEST VIRGINIA. A iji This celebrated and fashionable Watering V^wA f 18 NOw'oPEN. The elevation of the surrounding mountain* is 3,50u feet above the sea level. Capacity, 2,000 persons. Pamphlets to be had at W. 8. Thompson's, 703 15th st, Va. M. R.R. Office, 601 Pa. ave and C. A O. R.R. Office. 1513 Pa. ave. GEO. L. PEYTON. )e9-lm Managing Director. rjTHE MOUNTAINS. THE PARK HOTEL. WILLIAMSPORT, PA, flO to $18 Per Week. The hotel and sorroundinrs are very at- A . . A tractive. Grounds h&ndsom&y* laid out withWfvMtW flowers and fountains, shaded by grand old Ji^BLL forest oaks. A cooler and prettier home for the hot months cannot be found in the mountains. A farmhouse fteedom. with an abundant supply of the farm produce, combined with a liberal management makes the Par* Hotel a very desirable place to spend part of the summer, or on your Journey to Niatrara Falls or Saratoga, perN.C.R. W., break your trip at Willianssport. mvl2-2m C1LIFTON HOUSE OPEN. - ABOUT ONE HOUR j from Washington. Five trains daily. A . . A Sbade. Mountain air. Asreeable nearhbor- W hood. Delicious water. Moderate prions. |jj"B | Address Proprietor, Clifton Station. Fairfax Co., Va. my31-2m mHE GETTYSBURG SPRING-" HOTEL 1^1 k X will be opened for the reception of Board- YfjB ers on June 14 th. JiJLL Passengers connect In Union Depot with W. tfd., andH. J. AG. E. B. or Gettysburg. For full particulars, tenia, Ac., addreea H. Y1NGLING, je9-lin Proprietor. E"TrcEU wm be open JUNE 10th for reception of A 4 K0SEI3. rro.ll1 SUMMER RESORT?. J 1 iiu?>ro>"e?ne??%a aril br opened for the >*?t' T?1 I ttoti of ruostsMAY JOTH - F I wetral. an ?oMn)^ rv* of the mmo mmkm it on ] of the moM demrahle Oottam an the coart. Tnrmn moderate. Entertainment of famitea aap*?- I dalty. Mrs 1. IT.XICKS, ^ 1909 Pacific Avano*. mtonlrOreMi f mylT Sni Atlantic C ty. N7. Ttf T HOLLT SPR1NO* HOTFL. in FOKMKK1.Y THf MULLTN HOntF. This Famous Sunuixv KcmvI has ihstwrwifl . . A htodi and hMO put Into first-rtass n?illuonV|r?? tor U?e mmtm of 1XKJ Ritnatad at Ui' ntouth of a d?eji ksi' in the Biotititein flr* nates smtk of CarHale. Scenery irraiid. Bil ante, bosltiwr alleys, twhiiur, boatinar drivlmr. he. (APT J A. UK A HAM. Prm-V. Mt. Hollr Spring*. Cumberland Oft.. I'm. jeS lm LAWKS" GOODS V J. T. l'ALMER, ^ M 1107 r STREET NORTHWEST. Most rrepoctfnny announces to her niinvronn friend* and customers thai ibr lseelilmc her larwr and caref uU/ selected stock of FIXE FRENCH MILLINERY AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE8 Prior to her leaving f**r Paris. | J ATS FOR THE SEASIDE AND MOUNTAINS. We haw tort iwfw! the LATEST PARIRIAlf * STYLES, suitable for the Swi>)r and Mouutauia, which *e will exhibit dunn# the counti# we? k MRS. M J. HUNT. JelO 1S09 F strret northwest.' DOUGLASS'. IIOOI'SKIKTS AND HUSTLES. OUR OWN MAKKOF THF.FINEST \N AT?'H KPRINfl HT1.EL, MIC. I P. 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Corner 14th Street akd New Tore Ate. Fen etual Charter Act of Congress January '22.1. 1?C7Capital. fatiO.t 10. The < "ompany rents Kales, inside its Fire and Buictar Proof Vaults, at prices varyin* from f6 to f**0 i?r year, according to aire end location. Rooms and Dmka adjoining Vaults, provided for hafe-Reuturw. VAULT DOORS GUARDED BY THE S.VRGEKZ TIME-LOCK. SECURITIES AND VALUABLES of every rtosrlption. including BONDS and STOCKS. PLATE JEW. EI.RY, DEEDS, kc., taken for SAFEKEKPJNU. om SPECIAL GL ARANTt-E. at the Lowest Rates. BENJAMIN P. SNYDER. President. CH ARLES C. GLOVER, of Rigge ft Oo.. Vw PraridML] JOHN CASSELR. Treasurer^ ALBERT L. STURTEVANT. Seeretarr. ' C. E. Nymau, Asst. Secy? Directors: Benjamin P. Barte, Cliarlea C. Glow, John Caseeia, Henry A, Wiliard. Albert L. bturtevar.t, Thomas Evans, JohnG. Pnto. m2-Sw UNDERTAKERS. JOSEITI GAWEER. GENERAL FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. 1726 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Terms moderate and everything flrat-class. 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