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THC PACIFIC KAII.HOAD IM)I IKi,
C?t. Ame* D?-nir? 4.<>(ild*? Tmimonr JiHCf Dillon and Director Kpaulrtini; Testify. The PactflcRailro<ui<'omin1s<Jlonconrimiefl their Investigation in Boston yesterday. The first wit ness was Judge Jno. F. Dillon, counsel of the Union Pacific. lie gave a chronological history of all litigation in which the Union Pacific has been Involved He said that under present circumstan ces a great deal of frl- tion existed between the railroad and the Government. Witness main tained that the Government had not paid the road half the amount due It under contract for transportation. Gov. Ames, of Massachusetts, testified that he hart become possessed of his father's Interest In the road. Gould pal 1 lu all ll.iJClK.THiV He denied Gould's testimony of trains being held back on the Central Pacific uutil Gould made a trip over it in order that he might be impressed with the great amount of buslnc-s being done by the road. Manion 1>. Spauldlng testified that he had been a director of the company since 1ks,\ and now hold* 500 shares of the Mock. He thought that the security of the Government was good, ami that the road was abie to pay the Govern men t every cent it owed if It was treated a* fairly as its competitors. If the road Is harras.vd, however, toe directors will become discouraged, and the time for the maturity of the debt will pass, if the management was bad It should be removed. ??? Shot by a Jralou* Lover. TOT QCESN OF THE TOURNAMENT Ml'ltDKKKD WUII.K RECEIVING THE CHOWS. The Lincoln Rliles, a colored military company, and several hundred of their friends went on an excursion from Atlanta, Ga., last Thursday to Rosedale. In the tournament Lieut, spriggs and a bright mulatto barber, of Gainesville, named Rogers, were the rivals for the first prize. The barber won it, and selected to crown as queen a handsome young octoroon named Julia Milling. Sprlggs was inlove with the same woman, and swore that if Rogers attempted to crown her there would be murder don*-. When the company was drawn up for tne coronation ceremony It was noticed that Sprlggs was absent from the line. The girl came forward to receive her crown dressed la white, with her long hair streaming down her back, and wearing a bunch of roses in her bosom. Rogera was about to place the crown on her head when she reeled and fell is the sharp crack of a rifie rang through the woods, she was lying pros trate upon the platform and blond was oozing out of a wound in her breast, just where the bonquet of flowers had been pinic d. She uttered uot one word, and expired in a lew minute.-^ Th1' crowd was terrlfle<L s>me of the memb ra knew of Sprlggs' threats, and at once knew he was the mur derer. They turned In the direction of t he t hieket, lu which he must have been concealed, and Lie was seen mounted on a white horse riding at a furious speed down the public road. It w_as not many minutes before a tfozeu mounted mm were In hot pursuit. They followed him for eight miles, and finally abandoned the chase. The young woman was burled Friday drescsed as she was when she stood to receive the crown. Should Sprlggs be caught the colored people could not be prt vented fiom lynching iilin. 1? Expelled from the Knight?* The general executive board of the Knights Of Labor has expelled and boycotted CarpW-Workers' National Trade Assembly, No. ]*.? (PhLadelplua), and the seventeen local assemblies contained in it. The cnarters of the district and all tbe locals have been revoked for disobedience and insubordina tion; the master workmen of the assemblies have been ordered to give lip ail the properly of their respective bodies; ail the local assemblies Of the order of kmgiits have been notified of the expul sion, and have been cautioned to hold no inter course with the expelled members, numbering 10,000 persons; ano all knlgb!> are Instructed noi to recognize any person belonging to the expelled district and locals, and to retain all cards coming from those locals for delivery to the general secre tary. Nine of the local assemblies are located In Kensington, Philadelphia; four in New York city, two in Amsterdam, N. Y.; one In Palls of Schuyl kill, Pa., and ore in Yonkers, N. Y. ??? ? Death Hefore Pauperism. XONOOKJilRIAN FROFESt-OU SEIPTIOFF TAKES HIS WIFE'S LIFE ANl> COMMITS SCICTDK. Professor Charles Seldhoff, id years old, killed his wire yesterday and then committed suicide in his home at Union Hill, N. J. The woman was M j years old. Win. O. Armbnister, overseer of the ! poor, called In a coach at the hou^e at 1:43 o'clock to take the couple to the almshouse at Snake Hill. When he went to the door the old man said, "<;ive us just one hour more." The hour expired and the i poor master again requested admittance to the ; house. "Just on"-half nour more please,"' pleaded i theoldman. When Amibrusi-rreturnedhe found the door locked and could get no response to his J knock tags. He summoned an olfi -er, and bursting open the door found the aged couple dead on the j floor, Hefclhoff w? nt to Union Hill 35 years ago. ! He purchased land and had a comfortable home J and did a great deal of new>p;:j>?*r work. When old age cam" upon him, however, his savings van ished. A letter was found on a table addrt ssed to Kdward Ilenn, Jersey City, of which the f -llow lng Is a copy: "Monday morning, at 4 o'clock. Mr. Annbruster called on rne to make a proposition in regard to my future life. I felt that my death warrant had b? en signed. I cannot live with my poor wife, and I cannot live without her. Bury me as you find me. I die by takir-g cyanide of jx tasslum, the most deadly poison lu existence.'' The last literary work of the professor was a translation 111 the English language ol Molir's classical book, ' The Grape Vine." m ?*I'oInspired Melody" in Chirrrli. A LIVELY DISCCS8IOW IX THE ASSEMBLY OF I SITED KKESKYTSBlAXS AND A VICTORY FOR INSTRUMENTAL Ml SIC. The General Assembly of the United Presby terian Church of North America continued Its session In Philadelphia yesterday. Tlie gen eral committee of home missions presented Its report. In the course of which It is said one of two things must be done?either our mission work must be greatly contracted or the gifts of the church to this cause must be at once greatly In creased. An outlay of jr.0,000 cannot be met with an income of $40,0001 In the course of discussion on the report, general charges of unfaithfulness upon the part of missionaries were made by the mm. i). Sl KmbmIJ, ' reattng aometkiog of a - ? - satloa. The bord? n of hi-- complaint was that they had usedln>:niinental music in t hi-y services, "in disobedience," he added, "of Christ. so long as uninspired melody is used,'' he continued, "the church w ill not contribute to the home missions." A somewhat animated debate followed, aud in a brief defense of the report Rev. J. R. MccallSter, of Mass ichnsetts, mad- light of Mr. Kennedy's charges, and declared he was "tiredof this waving of th>- bloody shirt." To brlvg tie: point formally before the assembly, the Rev. J. Carbon, sec- ; ond?-d by the Kev. Geo. C. Vincent, presented a ! pr>>p<)hitlon "that no part of the money appropri ated in thLs report shall be expended in any con gregation wlilcu is known to u.-*- instruments of ; music la connection with the worship of uod." ! The y?*as and nays were called on this r -yilution, the result being a decisive victory f<-r tne advo cates of instrumental music. Th * resolution was 1 overwhelmingly def a ted. The vote w^is: For in- ! strumenial music, i r~, again-t, .X. ??? PHTL4DEi.rntA Starti.ep.?There wns n snnnd ! ?wtlwtefMfCial ? ir mm ir. nibdetpMa ?jn- j dav evemmr a llttleb'foretff?'clock, andslnciltane ously all the heavy coverings over the manholes of the wRvrou ? h'-stnut str? et, from 7th to yth, 1 shoi upw .rd with tren^nd fore -, 'i no sound i wan terrific and the nei _*n t?<)n ng bui Idl nir ^ i mo trfed In aim st an ln-'ant heads were sticking oat of! ev^rjr window and door on Chestnut stre? t an I a j big majority of those who heard the explosion be-/an to talk of dynamite :md f.dllr.g walls. Kven the usually brave poine officers Iw dtated before stepping near. In leae than five minutes after the explosion fully j.000 persons were on Chestnut1 street anxiously and curloesiy peering Into th* hules. fram whi< h a strong stench wa.-? arising. No one was injured, but there were several narrow em; a pes. l>-side> the rocking of buildings, one of the laive, handiKMite plate gkiss wimiovvs in Porter a c<jates' store 1 n chestnut atr'? t, above &ii?, was ahatter?xL AiTth street the cover t-> the1 mania>le of cast lr>n and nearly three inches in tlilekness was broken and the pieces thrown ov?-r 100 ;eet in th" air. The ? xplosion was eauv d by the ignition of sewer gas, J'i-t how no tne knows. The thf Ties are that a match or naked wire did the work. ?>? Lmpexdixo Crisis in thk ?'hoctaw Nation.?'The situation in th?* Choctaw Nation is becoming serious. Half-breeds a:e lea Mag th>* Nation In large nianben* and cro?sinsr into Arkansas for safety. Many Indians are underarms. Waruimrs hav? been glren to many f udiies ordering 1 heir lnntaiit departure from the Chi- taw country. A b iU.e between the fUii-bluods and the half-breeds is Imminent. IUrrwrs axo the Indians.?In the Baptist con vntionat Minneapolis, Minn.,yesterday. Kev.Mr. Clatworthy, of Kvan>tou, 111.. a:i?<?un ed tnat he waa not in syinpatny with ?ne pn-?*nt a<lmlnls tration, but as an act of ju->tic<' he wanted to offer a resolution; "Tuat a-?? hristl-.nsof tiie iiapilst denomination and as citizens vve record an appre ciation of ev?*ry effitrrof theGoverniU'-nt ut Wasii ington to ket p the treaty of obligations with tn?* American Indians and that vve de-are for tlie*e p* opie, so bitterly wronged in the past, honorable treat:j4^nt. which h* Wcocnlng u> a gr at christian HaUon." The leaoiutlon w as ad< pted. Good Temflvrs Pleaded with Mrs. Cleveland. The tv'jod rempiars llnished up the w ?rk 01 their eonvenlion in Han tog a aisi adjourned ye>ter?iay aftern>*>ii, to meet lncni< agoln May, lvso. Amoug ti?e ,;ini,ui.n<? rejHjrt? .uiopt-si yesterday v.asoue Of lit* committee on a|>peats and dei isloo-s to the ?j0eel thai a vote by a .egi^lati>r for in-- lltensing Of the aaie of liquor is a v i'>laiion cf a tio?M Icui plar s obligation. A resolution was passed lu st ru ' I ng the offl. ers of tne R. W.L. to notify Mra President t ie > eland of t ue pleasure and grati fication of ail t?ood Templars at the strong and un equlv jcal indorsement of tueir onb-r maue by her ?un.e * ime since, it a a? voted to organize missions among tne colored children of the South. ?#? Killed ?t ax orange skeu.? Henry Chat field, Of No. Hi Henry street, Bru.ii.lj ig the h' ad of the hoa-ery department of a Fulton street notion ?lore, died Sunday afternoon irom the effect of the a meat of an orange ?-ed in hi> intestineN. lie been ill lor several weeks witn lnilammation of the intestines, Icilowed by olceratl a. Ur. Xuerson, nla pnysiciau, some day sago called la l>r. Wan Gnfillan lor e-on^uaati . ?,, hav ing decided that an operation w^s n.v? ?ar>, pro cured the asbLstance of L>r. F. H. Colton. nunday morning the three doi-iors iua<le an in- id >n. and, ?fur removing a quantity of pu.% found tne so ;r. e of the trouble and removed it. The patient, how ever, was unable to raiiy Irom the shock, aud died about 4 o clock. The trUn porters at Bristol, England, struck f "?*? the u*e of elevators in uuioa itug vesaela. Cardinal Manning, who his been suaenng from Inflamed eyes, la mach lniyrwed. SUMMER RESORTS. ?iTiS-JmI t" ?VriN ENTAL. ATLANTIC AVF... BETWEEN Vermi ;ii 3ii?l Rhode Islandaves., ATLAN-." TIC CITY. NJ. Full ocean view. P.O.Box44.' J 1 -1;i ||. H. Hi <'II.L(lateof Gilsey.) Hotel brunsw ick. ~ ASBl RY PARK. N J. v* ithin 100 yanis <>t th( tx ach. Every room CI SB mauds an "un obstructed view < >f the ocean. J Th< r _-;,iy renovated and refurnished fur asou of 1S.S7 Will |x> opened .11' N 1. 1. under the lu&uatre nient ul L. E. Morgan (late of the I'ahill House, Asbury Park). ET;?r3ifeiijents can I** made r*i?rl information given by iddressinu- L. E. MORGAN. Anbury Part, N.J. jel tu.tli.s^-'w; dlin, and tu.th.s,:iw N ew fast train for rock enon springs! _ Season of 1HN7. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RaILBOAK COMPAXT, Baltimobe, May ~ Mr. A. S. Pratt, Proprietor Rock Enon Sprintrs: Dekk Si*: I b- g t<> advise yon that cnmmendnir May ri'?, tb>' Baltimore and Ohio Railroad will place on its Vail, y Branch a fast tram with parlor car attached,, leaving Washington at 10:10 a. m. daily, except Holi day. ? ? ? Yoiira, very truly, B. F. BoND, Dir. Paasenger A went. The above will make a saving of nearly !>? hours in railroad travel. Increase of facilities and comfort of travel over the rofiiatilic ar>d smooth northwestern pike road from the railroad station to the springs will be nrovided for meet* the present scaaon. \ ery easy new ught coacliea will be in waiting a: the Winchester depot, and a relay of fresh horse* will be put on about half way (8 miles), thus shortening the time and znakiutr the carriage drive t the mountains a d--ll?rht and a pleasure. Business men sendiug their families to Rock Enon, and wishing to visit them frequently during the season, will be favored with reduced rates of transpor tation and of day lioardon application. Pamphlets vmg all information may be had at the office of the Even in* Star or of A. S. Pratt * Sous, the Sun build ing. 1315.1317 F street n.w., where terms can be had a:;d rooms engaged. uiyllO HE BEDFORD SPRIN<iHoTEKlJEDFORD, PA ESTABLISHED 1804. This popular summer resort opens for the reception of ifuc-ita June 10th. 1SS7; lias > en enlarged and refitted for the season. Round-trip tickets can l>e had at P. R. It. and B. a O. K R. ticket offices, and baggage checked through. Bedford water. Pam; hlets and any information to be had by application to the ANDEKSON HEIRS, Pro prietors. The proprietors wish it distinctly understood that the waters and grounds are exclusively for I the gnesta oi the establisliuiont and those who purchase tickets for their use. THE ANDERSON HEIRS, iuy3I-?w Owners and Proprietors. T T UiE VIRGINIA BEACH HOTEL. This famous resort, so popular for its fine surf-bath fng. and other seaside attractions, opens lor the season oi 18f>7, JUNE 4. Situated immediately upon the Atlantic Ocean, and supplied with all the delicacies of the sea. there is no superior location. Five daily trains to and from Nor folk, connecting with all transportation lines, afford the necessary facilities for access. lutes 83 to 44 per day; $15 to ?17.5tl per week. W. W. PRICE, Manager, Virtrlnia Peachj " y31-lm lTincess Anne County, V a. rpilK SEASIDE SANITARIUM. ASBURY, A PARK. N. J.. 1h now open for the Sixth' Season. Hot and cold sea-water, electric, and, Russian baths in the house; location, near the bead fine ocean view: everything to conduce to the health, comfort, and enjoyment of the guests. Particulars on application. my30-lm E. T. FORD, Proprietor. CiOLTON'S SUMMER RESORT / Will open June '20th, 1S87. R. J. COLlU.N & BRO., my30-"ra Miles Town, St. Mary's C Hotel Lafayette. CAPE MAY. N. ,T.' Beautifully Incited, within fifty feet of the Oce-.n. strictly first chuw, containing all mixtcrn liu pr' . emeuts. with fin- escapes and perfect dniimige. F. H HLLDRE'l H, ny28-2m Proprietor. rpiiEwtl \\ HoUSETatlanticcity. X N.J. Replete with all modern convenl-' ences. n w open to former patrons and. friends, under the management of J. A. RElD.urJs-'Jni VTL ANTIC HOTEL. OCEAN CITY. MIX, Will o|<en for the season of 1887 June ~4. ? in-ulars at this office. t lyAKlm JOHN TRACY. Prop. Tiif. pemberton will reopen jt ne ist, house newly furnished thionghotlt, ar-| te.-ian water introduced. Under same inan-L... mrement as last two ye-rrs. E. A. HI'MPH- li" REiS. Address either 900 14th st., Washington. V. C., or The i?, mh rton, Aabory Park. N. J. my2o-~4t" MoRRF.LI. hi ?rsF. HARPER S IKKKY.W. VA. JOHN Mr ARTHUR. lTos rietor. Summer boarding .-Mncialty. Special rates' tofamdies. my"J8-lm" COLONIAL BEACH HOTEI., THE FAMOUS WA ,? terlng Place of the capital city, 68 mill aj down tile river, facmir tlie Ivom Potomac,' with Mi nroe Bay i:i the rear; aurrounded by ? b"aiilif';I summer cottages: always cooL Ho:el ac commodation 4"0: under the management of Col. liollingsworth (late sujierinteiidentof Mount Vernon). Teleirraph and daily steamer connection. The finest bea< h in the worhi. Surf and stiil-water bathing; yae-hting, rowing, fishinir. crabl ing, and all the popu Itt amnsements for excursionists. Terms moderate. 1 or particulars address. luyJO-lm M. BOSSAI1T, Propr. rnilE WINDSOR HOTEL, Lieeett, Va. Tl>.e Peaks of Ott' r. the his-'he-st mountains in Vir ginia, and the Blue UidKe, are only a few miles distant from this place, and .:i rail \ lew! Wsti r on every floor, which is supplied from tfie base of the ttTeat Flat Top Mountain. Hot and Cold Baths, Ac. Ail the comforts of a house. Livery Stable in rear of the premises. uiy'Jti-lm Address W. Ji. MOSBY, I'roprietor. Doubling oaf; white sitphurj and Chalybeate Spriaci Fiaely located' >l(ilintain re-M.rt. l;.-tiiriii<heil ?ml jn ml v im. I j roveil. Open June lnttos?-pt. 15tli. P. O. Newvilie, Cui^berlanil Co., 1'enua. N. M. CARTMEtl- Prop. my3o-3w* riWl ALDZHX. CAPE HAT. N. J., DECATUR ST.. i first house from the beach, open for the A . . A season 1Sn7. Strictly first-c!a-s. Correspond-^ ence s ilieited. THEO. Ml'LLLER, Prop. n?v24-10w rflLE AR A SHALE. NEAREST SPRINGS HOTEL, JL BEDFORD. PENNSYLVANIA, \s .11 open MAY -5, E:!:ri.-e<t and newly fnr r.i-!:> il for the scasi.n of 1S.S7. I>oc?tion un snri-assed. Terms moderate. Send f >r circular. mylT3-lm* _ _______ ALSIP ft SMITH. ON TOP OF THE ALLEtJHANlES!! The AuroraHi ue,AtirorB, W. Va..ojiens" June 1st; more d< siiable th.ui ever t>:-fore . Enlarged by an annex of 3i? large rooms?wide verai. (las; grounds extended and beautified; informal and homelike; no malaria; no font; no hay fever: no mos (j'.ntoe-i. aiMple amusementa; accennble. Terms, #S per week, $30 per niontli. Call at Star office for circu lar. J. 11. SH\ ITER, Prop r. my21-tojyl4 W AS HI N<.ToNIA NS' FAVORITE RE *? sort. River View House, Oxford. Md., apring and suiiimer resort, open for guests:, rates t< ill) |s-r iaoi:th. Circulars, ad<!r? ~ LAND HILI.. Steam yacht, sail boats, bathing, row ing, riding, driving. Ac. my.'l-im ^JRESSUN SPRINGS, PENNA. M \IN LINE PENN RAILROAD.. On t?>p of Allegheny Moantaina. THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE Will open JUNE l'arlor and bleeping cars from all points l.ast ana West. For circulars,He., aildrt ss V. M R. DUNHAM, nj?l-78t SupwUiteadeat, cresson. Pa. ATALLKV HOMK?AT THE. FOOT OF THE GREAT N. M n t m. 1 '2 miIii nit of \\inch??-j ter. i jv. r an ex. . llent road), again opena h- r' doors to any who laay rlesire pure air. whole- - - .-m a sonu f(skI. and homelike reception. A spring laoly analyze<l proves t.> p-ssess ran- medicinal Qualities for dys: . i sy and kidnt y troubles. .Vidros* Mrs. s. S. GORE, Valley Home, Back Creek Vi ley, FrwTk Coanty, Va. njfil-2w* rjlENTH SEASON. TENTH SEASON. HOTEL COLUMBIA^ Ot KAN BF.ACH. N. J., O; ?"?n from June to October. For circular, terms, &e., address ?jSQ-ln FRED. E. FOSTER. L( < KW( miI) HOUSE. HARPER'S FERRY, j W. Va. (.*>5 Uiilesfrom \\ashmgtou). tli-'li 'le\ate,n lUnoii the mountains, fre T- ? ftroni i^aiaria alia niosijuilos. Spring beds. Five in.u Biesdri v ? f"om 15. and O. depot, llcuinl second to none, i -iios- *0 per week; cLildreii, 3 years, liaif price. myl7-3m Mi;s. E. LOVKTT. Propr. \KTARM SULPHUR SI LINOS. BATH CO., VA., ?v are now open; ;he hmd and moatde liglitful swiiiiiui!:g pool on this continent; t< . ? r .re ??S . flow . I wat> r O.OOO galloUh - j er ii.ii.ule : a ifi?- fr<r rhenm^Lsfii. gout, neiiral K.a, x .:^icauul kindred disears'a; malaria unknown; boaumjoitora; elevation 2JjOO: sumjunding moiin tains feet: wo<,<! fin*s; bring warm clothing. Pai:i|>blets to be had at 513 Pennsylvania ave., or of the pr pn? tor. send postal; bejt Washington refer encea. .1NO L EUBANK. myl7-liin VbEI E< T FAMILY HOTEL BY THE SEA. G1LSEV HOUSE. ASBl'RY PARK, N. J.. 7th ave and Hebbut^ j mmi<'.i?-k fromoceaamm] hath hn?f Fine' ocean view Spadoaaveiandaa. Springs andOTUBMB hfiir Hir.ttrwj-s. Oas throiithont. City water (arte siaii.) superior Table. Moderate r.ites. North As )>:;r> stall'-:., all trains stop.) head of 0th ave. Onlya lev i it i..* ijjt-.nt. Busses at every train. Open June ? oil i y 1 iiC'S. U. ALLAN, of the Livingston, Washing ton, D. C. my 10-1 m* ETROPOUT A*. ATTJVNXIC CITY t Now op. ii tu>r Atlantic aoR Maeaachu iw-:tsavei. \tl..r.;ic City, N. J. Near Wkrm l.M'i -. c. and A. tniu stop at the door. I A. >ic CiaEES. mylO-lm Mount holly spi.tngs opens j TH! i.sovv. II M !?. 18X7. ' '1 lie nndersi.-iied takes pleasure ill snnonnc-. wm j i t. his trn uds ard i/ie |hUu:C that ho wdl open the I ' Holly In::," at Mt. Holly Sj ril.u-s, Cumberland Co., Pa . for the season of 1H8 <. on i'huraday, June 9. For furt! <-r ? artie-ilar* write t > JNO. L. .MILLS, Proprie tor. Mount Holly Si nm.**, Cumberland Co., Pa. 1? rnis. il 45 to $t '.i i a inonUi. according to location of r(s.ms Mr Mills will Is- at the Arlington utitii Juno 1st. and w dl oe pleased to arrange with parties desir it:g rooms. DiylO-ltu WINDSOR SULPHUR SPHINOS." HU E " li -e legion, M.M.H. R.: reasonable chaii-'i eir. !.',?? ,.t \\ IT... e II (11 *. ? . 1 ? as.-^or address, A. M. JELLY,New Winds.-r.Mc :uy 10-3:u rpilE WASHINGTON INN asp COTTAGES^ Si I UATLD ON* GEORGETOWN HEIGHTS,, wjl! be opened on .TT'NE 10. 18S7. under the manace i -ent of Mr A. R. MOOD, late of Windsor Hotel, Sara K?a Si ritura. Tins Inn has Just lieen completed and handiomeiy furnished. Supplied with Gas, Electric lMiaand all the modern improvements. Thia is a lovely spot to p:ias the summer months, commanding a magnificent view of Washington aivl the aurround lag country. Shade trees and splendid on-hard on the gronnds. Sj^cial induceiuenta offered to Officers of the Army and Navy. Apply at Messrs. BATF.MAN A CO., 1411 F st. n.w. Hours from 9 am. to m. A. R. WOOD. Manager. The Tenleytown Coach leaves corner of High and Bridge sta. every half liour for the Iun. my 14-1 tn / 1 AP< >N SPRINGS AND BAT ITS ? ATJt AT.TWP, V/ Uthia. ami Superior Iron Waters, 1 lamp-A . A si'ire Co.. W. Va. Thisceleliratetl Moimtair. VcAV Kewjrt. for health au 1 pleasure, baths of am Il"tte X t. mperature, summer climate, uusurpassesi. A char.a inir Sniunter bouie. with its m w liuproTciuenta Oj<eus June 1, accommodating SIX) iruests. For medical and oilo? tcstiinoiiy semi for pamphlets to D. liARToN ?! At KAI.L. Agent, 1334 Fst., Washinirttm, D. C. myl4-lm _ WM H. SALE. Prt'prietor. ^JLARENDON HOTEL* SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. 7. OPENS JUNE 25TH. Popular La tea, (3 per day. my 13-lm L STEINFELD, Proprietor. SUMMER RESORTS. -|JFON THE MOUNTAIN'S BROW. DEEB PAEK AND OAKLAND, TWIN RESORTS OF THE ALLBGHANIEB, 3,000 FEET ABOVE THE Mi SEASON OPENS JUNE 23, 1887. ^ OAKLAND,bat 8lx miles* ?? A e#t'b other, are cot-nected by a fiMV ro^b carriageroad. Both are locateddl-JfljBjL F,":, ^ "fo11 , e,,t?alP lln? of the Baltimore and Ohio nanroad, and all trains stop at both points. nEsHiCT^t, .*?pabl? management of Mr. GEO. D. i.i^i ..J?fi.e,e famou* resorts will main tain the uiwii standard of previous seasons. iroProvements that will be noted by i*1*" . Introduction of electric light* i!! tv.L v 'tii1" STOi1,}4? v 'anr<; swimming- baths added n??n i^a ,r1 establishment* for ladies and gentle ? * Iflcriiaaed and improved water supply drawn from the celebrated Boiling Spring. Bates JfiO, 815, and f90 per month, according to Diagrams of rooms and floors can be seen at tiie Baltimore and Ohio Ticket Office. 1351 Pennsyl vania ave., Washington, D. C. ^ All communications should be ?to GEO. D. DxSHIELDS, Queen City Hotel, Cumberland, Md., Up to June 10. After that date either myl9.s.KSb?r Garrett *???* Md" TALBOTT HOUSE, BARNES VILLE, MD?1, , A near Sugar Loaf Mountain, one-half mileV<falkT iroin Metropolitan Branch: location high lLi0J, scenery nne; bass fishing excellent; summer boarders a specialty; terms $5 per week. J. M. VEIR8, Propi 3IWWI SUMMER HOMES ?\J OU FOR HEALTH, ^ 1 . ?Ear AN?) PLEASURE ? m?-i ? ?* Summer hotels and 1* >ardint? houses accessible by the popular West Shore Railroad, will be lnai led on receipt of 3 cents postage by H. li. JAGOE, General Eastern Passenger Agent, 363 Broadway. New ,orK- my20-eolm QRANT HOUSE, Jefferson Heights, Catskill, N. Y. _ OPENS JUNE 22. For rooms, rates, ftc, apply to O. H. TTTPPER, Gilsey House, myl8-w,f&m26t Broadway and 29th St., New York. rilHE ALLAIRE, A . SI RING LAKE BEACH, N. J. ?>pens in June. _iny2.Vwfta,10t E. M. RICHARDSON. T1HE RUSKIN?SPRING LAKE BEACH, N .J., one block from ocean. Open June 1, L. P. WHEEL 'H7. Special rates for June. _iny2l-?twlm' MRS. C1ATARACT HOUSE, ATLANTIC^CITY, ;N. J. New York a?e? near Pacific. Free bus to all trains. Rates, $2.50 to i.'i.OO i>er uay. J. M. CRINN1AN. mhl5-lm SENATE HOUSE, PACIFIC AVE.. ATLAN JOtit; City. N. J. Ocean front. Thoroughly heated. Now open. Opposite Light Hmmo-, - and new Iron Pier. HTb. COOK & SO mhl5-lm jel-lm ^ROYAL" J? ? , Kentucky ave.. near Pacific. Open all thej ear. Atlantic City, N. J. _ mhiytoapl 4 Jel-2m H. & Goc WETIIEUILL, " OCEAN END KENTUCKY AVE., Atlantic City, N. J. Renovated and Refurnished. Excellent Sanitary ar rangements. P. O. Box 1030. M. J. ECKERT. u4"lni^jel-^iu (Formerly of the liadnor). 4* A CME," OCEAN END, KENTUCK1 , X ave., Atlantic City, N. J. P. O. Box' fth'" v i ^" STobDABI), formerly, of the rjiu'leside. apl-lm THE BALDWIN; BEACH HAVEN, N. J. M.J. I I OI1n LotJi? Beach, six miles from, ??V.n1?n;i- Bounded by Atlantic Ocean and fcinlegat .*? .?}Hhing' and sailing- unsurpassed. The "Bald w in is lurnished in the most perfect manner. Fine iSiK^f i00111! Kood music. Lawn tennis courts, billiard and pool-room; also bowling alley. Elevator, bells, and gas. Open from June 11th untii my rj-^et JOSEPH PAGE, Proprietor. E! BMTT HOUSE, CAFE MAY, H. J., OP-ATTa liHwite New Oduiubia; newly furnished-IM9 modern improvements; fuUocean view; nearlk*Ml hot and cold seawater baths. Jj. W. GoLt. ni} 2u3m BLOCKISLAND. R. L-OCEAN VIEW* 7T X HOTEL.?A summer at sea. SplendidSAm# uass Blue and Sword fishing. Superb bath- II'-EHa T ?ng. fine drives new cable, 500 Guests. StriTfiy "rJl lyeSlUi i}TLS?c Hail, good orchestra, string and Itms Perfect drainage. New cable. Send tor illus w!r< tarr- Aadrc448 HARRY W. FOBS, Room Clerk. RiggsJIouse. myO-lm PINEY POINT HOTEL! , I his famous xeaside resort will be opened' tor the reception of guests . ^ , JUNE 11TH sit.- nfThff i8pn<!iCNIS baa been erected on the ) ??i Pavilion, and newly and handsomely 111 t "i.throughout. A number of neat cottages have imt rov'.ii aU Pfemwes thoroughly renovated and Families will find hore all the comforts of n hom? conjbined wnth the attractions of a first-class resort 1 he Lake is su]>i)lied with a lieet of row boats for the accommodation or ladies, free of cost. Games and amusements of every kind provided for the entertainment of guesta. ^ ? Ior the'st-aw.'u ' <JikrJeLla'M l*nd has been engaged for >ishing and Crabbing unsurpassed pren'is^. Cry at rMsuDable nUss vm to ^Pt on the / J b*,tal,le win be supplied ^ith an abundance of sea food, together with the bent that the Washington Nor I ^li??t thSp^nt?S^etsaffonL Norfolk boatshtop w il l.OUit- Jor tennH and information addr?a \vl $ Pinev Point, Md..orapply to Wash. B.Williams, , th and D sts., for circufar mvl 1 1 m WASH. B. WILLIAMS & SON, II lm Proprietors. The \tctoria. ocean end south ? . , / Carolina ave.. Atlantic City; thoroughly VMI renovated, heated, gas. etc.; hot and cold t*ea lliifflj water baths. is^NOW 6pEN. M. WILLIAMS. ^To^fi WA\ EULY HOUSE-ATLANTIC CITY.i , J Open AU the Year. M Hot and cold Sea Baths; Steam Heat ????? my9-3m MRM. JNO. L. BRVAN TlIlE CHALFONTE, ATLANTIC CITYTn ? -*a"y new improvements, including pas?>-Tiger elevator. (no 7-3m] E. ROBERTS A bTTs fJlHE MANSION, THE LARGEST AND MOST CONVENIENTLY . . LOCATED HOTEL. Elegantly Furnished and Liberally Managed ' ti OPEN ALL THE YEAR. 11-'a Thoroughly Heated, Lighted and Ventilator CHARLES McLADE," ai l f,-4m Atlantic City. ^e w.^^A^thl _apl M. E. CO rpHE KENSINGTON. tnioa avenue, opposite Congress Springs Park, SARATOGA SPRINGS. X Y _ OPENS SATURDAY, JUN^E ISTH. Foi particulars adiress 2i.'y Broadway, Room 18, V. or 4~0 Gates avenue, BrookH'n.N. Y. my.?-lm PAUL C. GRENING, Propi Hotel henlopen, REHOBOTH BEACH, DEL. i nrornrh express* trainn daily. ( >ih;i? 35th. J. T. \HOMPSON, Proprietor! ?ens June, Ohkney springs, hhenandoah co Va. tauquier White Sulphur Snrintrs.' Ittlldliicr ( o Vu itoti. * my 12 Eauijuier Co., Va. B,.th of the^pffir bC'ri,,r^rl ^'1?l>elJ ^or the reception of (ru^8tn jfrNK 1*t lenns reduced. <^rcuUrs giving rat^s and tK'tsi can l>e obtained at Shafer's Muieral Water Denot" ScheUer at Stevens, cor. 9th aiid w ,^ ? 1 u: < ABELL MADDL'X, l'roprietor R g' RUM^Vnift Clerk. Riggs House! W rpHE EI.KTON " Va Box^too^* ATLANTIC CIT*. N. J. mhl-Im.myl-^m p IV ^WBOF-HLER'S CITY PARK w . io.rk av?- aud 1st St.. Washing-toil D C l^autifnlly situated, overlooking ihemv A 'i rJ^*rr, lfTouna8' 8bade K* RewmtYyl ^4# m-nts added/makinjf '.rthe^most TmUble IBI A withaaelectionof WinesofaSS i? I i ?J Bwr. Cigars, fcc. Also a errand l>all lioorn and i^ivilion. With all Associations. l2S2r ^ ertins, and others who may desire thpHu lipmitSSi am Prepared to offer most liberal terms apJl-lm N. LOCHBOEHLER. Proprietor Forest inn. "" f< >rest glen park. md. ii 1 J11/*1 beautiful site on th? Metropolitan aariasr1"-1L ?? ?-^sss Hitrh Ground. Healthy Location Pure Wmi wsVu x ap20-3m ANDEB l. Hm^gnyer.^ Mon^YjHotel^bluekgciK^sumnT, jvviock it WUfftww!?r?4Md-' between 11 aud i W.t^Gap Ho^e.^^ ?"???. Utouf ^Uware ftt *T^?w.ciyr. wjJam coki ^ elevator, hot and A . . A tin lj new; situate*} near ocean modem dm- 11"? for ?Pnng guesta. P.O. bS* _niywu' jAMES HOOD. rilHE W^HINGTON GROVE HOTEL. , A Kuest^" iliiL 1 lor th? ^Ption offf^f Homelike and quiet ExceUent Table Fare ffinlv reTsa .tf^uar"* jriONTlNENTALT V; A^?ntic ave between Vermontand Rhode UUnd ?vw. Fuii o?ean Tiev pTCu m?.i aVt*- ^ T??r- P O. Box 447 Ul>u J- H. HUGILL (late of 3RIGHT HOU8Er 2 ~T EJ REHOBOTH BEACH, DELAWARE 1/^4# open" JUN^ 15. Penasyl- TCMlT vania lUilroadaccess direct to the Hotel. Circufarsal WALTER BURTON, Manjurerfor myl3-lw? " Ii4Uon?l Hirtel. Waahington, D. C. Ov erlook mountain house. Finest location In the Ostaklll Mann- M .a *?>SZ&2.2S?.*fiLi J OR1MN WHITE SULPHUR > a. Descriptive pamphlets at aim House, Milbum's, 1420 F mTll-im bvnn?" - SUMMER RESORTS. J^TLANTIC CITY.N. J._ HOTELS. COT ttajres, Lota and Bath Hoases for rent or sale by I. O. ADAMS k CO., Heal Estate Afrento. myy-xMH TfcTUTTALL, OCEAN END OF 1.1 Carolina ava. Atlantic City, N & mhlR-Hm Phil*.; PROPOSALS. J> RO.PyS ALS FOB FTE:!^ FORAGE, STRAW AND Depot Qtjartermasteb's Office, Washkoton, D. C. May 3, 1887. Sealed Proposals in- duplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received at this office until TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON on FRIDAY, JUNK THIRD. 1887, at which time and place they will be opened in the presence of bidden, for furnishing and delivering during the fiscal year commencing July 1st. 1887, sncn Fuel, Forage, Straw and Bran aa may be required. Blanks a ad full information ae to hiddin*. 4 c.. will be furnished on application to this offite. R. N. BATCHELDER. jny26-6t Deputy Q. M. Qen'l, U s. A Navy department, ~~ Bcbeau of MKnicnrz aki> 8uhoeby Washington, D. C? May 24, 1887. Sealed Proposals, endoraed "Proposal for Care of Horses and Wagons," will be received at the Bureau of Medicine ana Surgery until MONDAY. JUNE TWENTY-SEVENTH, 1887, at ELEVEN A M., when they will be publicly opened, for care of two horses aud wagons, and feed for two horses, in uae at Naval Dispensary, Washington, D. C.. for the fiscal y?ar end ing June 30th, 1888. They must be cared for in the vicinity of the Dispensary. Blank proposals and all necessary information can be obtainedon application to the medical officer in chance of the Dispensary, 18th and G streets northwest. The right la reserved to reject any or all bids e r. ft. GUNIfBIX, ray2o-law4w Surgeon General U. 8. Navy. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. Washington, D. C., May 24,1887. To Contractors and Builders: Sealed proposals will be received at this office until TWELVE O'CLOCK M., JUNE 7,1887. for the erec tion of a two-storv and basement brick storehouse, with one floor with iron beams, to be erected adjacent to this office. Plans and si>eciiication8 may be seen at the office of the Architect of the Capitol The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. OFFICE OF COMMISSION FOR THE CON issfmkr5 co!<okt88io?" No. 145 East Capitol Stbekt, ? .. . , Washington. D. C? May 26.1887. Notioe is hereby given to all owners of building atone quarries, who choose to submit samples for the various stone works of the Congressional Library Building, at Washington, D. C.. to forward the same to this office, prepaid and carefully packed. They should consist of four (4) one (1) inch cubes, smoothly rubbed on all sides, (not polished); two (2) eight (8) inch cubes with one side quarry-faced, one side chiselled, one side hammer-dressed, one side ten (10) cut work, one side bush-hammered, if granite, and one side polished. J. L. SMITH MEYER, Architect Congressional Library Buildimr. my28-s&w3w Proposals for fresh beef, mutton and CORNED BEEF. Office of the Secretary and Theasubkb of thb United States Sold ikes' Hoke. Washington, D. C., May 23,1887. Sealed Proposals in duplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received at thia office until TEN O'CLOCK A. M. on FRIDAY, JUNE THIRD, 188Tat which time and place they will be opened in presence of biddera for furnishing and delivering at the kitchen, hospital, dairy and gate houses of the Soldiers' Home Fresh Beef, Mutton and Corned Beef, as required by the Secretary and Treasurer of the Home, for the year commencing July 1st, 1887, and ending June 30tli, 1888. Separate Proposals will be received for furnishing the officers of the Home with choice cuts of Fresh Beef, Mutton and Lamb. Information as to the manner of bidding, conditions to be observed by bidders, terms of contract and pay ment, will be furnished on personal application to this office. Th? bids for each kind of Meat will be considered separately. The successful bidder will be required to enter into a written contract with the Secretary and Treasurer of the Home, with good and approved security, in the sum of two thousand ($2,000) dollars, within seven days after being notified of the acceptance of his pro posals. A copy of this advertisement must be attached to each projiosal. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. Envelopes containing proposals should be endorsed, ??Projwsals for Fresh Beef, Mutton, and Corned Beef, at C m ted States Soldiers' Home, District of Colum bia," and addressed to the undersigned. B. F. RITTENHOU8E. myf?4 United housefurnishingst Hotel Supplies. GLASS, CROCKERY, COOKING UTENSILS, 1847 A1 ROGERS BROS.' PLATED SPOONS, KNIVES. AND FORKS. CUTLERY, WOODEN WARE, &o? kc. WILMARTH k EDMONSTON, myl9 1205 Pennsylvania avenue. J. Bf Lepreux & Bro., . Formerly with P. Hanson Hiss & Oo. tF^?BUEA.K , T,HE WUCE OF WALL PAPER. For the next thirty days we will aell all White Back 15c. Pat>ers for 10c. per piece. mu?*.?pc* All 50c. Paper for 30c. per piece. .. i All 6uc. Paper for 40c. per piece. 10-incli Gold Borders, 4oc. Other Paper in proportion. Ail orders for work promptly executed. ... , f- LEPRfeUX k BRO., 508 7th st s.w. i th street cars pass the door. my2-3m Gtet The Best THE LEONARD DRY AIR CLEANABLE REFRIG ERATORS, made in hard wood, ELEGANTLY CARVED, with TREBLE WALLS, CHARCOAL FILLED, aud ZINC-LINED; every part removable for CLEANLINESS, all METAL SHELVES, AIR-TIGHT LOCKS, IMPROVED INTERIOR CIRCULATION of DRY COLD Alii, aud first-class workmanship throughout. PRICES LOWER THAN ANY OTHER GOOD RE FRIGERATOR IN THE MARKET. W. H. HOEKE, *P~9 801 Market Space. Eddy Refrigerators, ' WITH 8LATE STONE SHELVES, THB BEST FOR FAMILY USE. THE LORILLA RD REFRIGERATORS; BEST KNOWN FOR CLUB8, HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. M. W. BEVERIDGE, IMPORTER OF CHINA, No. 1009 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. AGENT FOB THE DISTRICT OF COLUM ap20-w.&s.3m The New Perfection" DRY COLD-AIR REFRIGER ATOBS ADD ICE CHE8T& Ash and Walnut Dining-room Refrigerator, Water Coolers and Cream Freezers, all at lowest prices. GEO. WATTS, Housefurnishing Store, 314 7th at n.w? fourth house above Pa. ave. ar28-3m Do IVOT PURCHASE ay apor Stove until you have examined our large assortment of the Crown Jewell 8tove, the beet in the markot, with im provements not in any other stove. A full line Of Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Freezers, &e. The only place where the genuine Danforth Fluid can be ob tained. 8. JENKS A OX _ap21 717 7th Stbeet h. W. Wall P APERS. P. HANSON HIHS k CO, 815 15th at n. w. Wall I'apers of all grade* Frieze* and Ceiling Decorations. Soecial attention given to Plain and Decorative Painting. Estimates and designs submitted for all kinds of Ia terior Decoration and Furnishing. An inspection of our goods is respectfully solicited. ap2 LADIES' GOODS. \fILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING PARLORS* Mr. von Brandis now superintends the Dress making Department, where he is assisted by Mme. von Brandis. He guarantees the ladies a perfect fit and work. Are selling our imported Bonnet at one-half of cost. Orders filled at shortest notice. 1228 Penna ave over Jacobs Bros. niyo-lm * Anton fischer'8 dry cleaning estabI LIoHMENT AND DYE WORKS, 906 G st n w Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments of all kinds Cleaned and Dyed without being ripped. LADiRft* EVENING DRESSES a specialty: ^reteble and other stains are effectually removed by our cele brated dry process, and when stored by usimaranted against moth. Blankets and Curtains of all cleaned reasonably. Goods called for and delivered No charge for storage. mvl7* MME. HYATT. 13TH AND F 8T8? GIVES ladies choice of three systems to have their drmnu cut by French tailor, Eureka and 8. T. tailors^all latest designs in cutting, designing; perfect fttguir ?"teed. mylo-lm? MV. KANE, 50711TH 8T. N.W.-COR8ET8 ? to order. A perfect fit guaranteed. Al*c TVECORATIVE FANS, SCROLLS, PARARofx kuis. Favors for the German, French Tissua^amni Sheet Music 6 eta. *???*?? mh!9-3m J. JAT GOULD, 421 0th st r~C" Fatent Shoulder Braces, and all Dress Reform French Corsets and Bustlw. woo* Children's Corsets and a 81 Corset (Mia H.*? ?mm make) that for the price is unsurpassed. N. B.?French. German and Spanish spoken. mrl4 HOTELS. rfHl ALTAMONT, A . BALTIMORE, MD. Admirably located at comer Kutaw Place ^*le. Acknowledge the handsomest site and elevation in city. Abundance of i in < S] evatton in city. Abundance of pure air and snnii \ ss&ssr sirable rooms for transients. Abie^ffitsSL^ qui toes. Other advantages make this Hotel altogether un.uire?sji a- a comforUble, beautiful. AjSTthw! oughly hsaltbtul home. Address voor ?Pi-am W. L. STORK, PwpittM, EDUCATIONAL. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. (Founded by Iko*. Jefferson > 64th Session basin* October 1st. 1887 jelw&s-2m /GUARANTEE TO TEACH ANY ONE TO uIKE A VT hfe-sise crayon portrait iu 15 le*?on*; no knowl edge of drawing neeeeaarr. J. W. REYNOLDS, Room 11, ](ay Building. 7th and Est*, n.w. my2o-lm* CPRING AMD SUMMER St SSI u >(J. J5 DEPARTMENT OK stenography AND TYPE WRIT I NO. SPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE National Bank of Republic Building, couthweat corner 7th and D ata. n.w., Washington, D. C. Students prepared for Amanuensis work in from three to five months. All branches of tyre-writing thoroughly taught. Shorthand Dictation cWeee. for apeed practice, open to writers of all system*. Day and Evening sessions. Call or send for circular*. Telephone call 874-g. my21-lm * 4 Summer 0lasses" ELOCUTION AND ORATORY. _ TUITION AT half RATES FOR SUMMER CLAS8ES only. First Department, VOICE Cl'LTURE, Second De partment, ARTICULATION and pronunciation; Third Department. ELOCUTION and ANALYSIS: Fourth Department, PHYSICAL HARMONY and GESTURE; Fifth Department, ORATORY. Th* Summer Course of Three Months consists of 65 J ^nHQTIII The Practice Hall* are (each) 100 feet in length, and are COOL and PLEASANT. Bummer circular* mailed FREE on application. THE MARTYN COLLEGE OF ELOCUTION. 313 6th at. n.w., Half a block east of City Po*t-(XRoe. my21 MABTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. F. G. MARTYN and C. E. urner, Proprietor*. 313 6th at. n. w_ near city_poet-offlce. The highest standard BunineesCollegein America. Book-keeping, Business Arithmetic, Theory, Practical, and Banking Departments. Day and Evening Ses sions. Prof. C. K. urner, M. A. C. E., Principal! Fif teen years' experience. More than 12,000 graduate* In successful business. Pupils prepared for the Civil Service examination*. Please call or send for Cir culars. mh3-6m_ OPECIAL LESSONS FOR PERSONS PREPARING Ofor Civil Service examinations, by a lady competent to take students through the course of mathematics punned at Harvard and Yale Universities. MISS BALCH. 1200 Oat myl8-lm JE SCHEEL, TEACHER OF PIANO, ORGAN ? and 8inging. Particular attention to beginners, as well ss those wishing to be qualified for perform ers or teachers. Terms moderate. 734 12th st. n.w. sp23-wfca2m* JOHNS ~HOPKINS university. BALTIMORE. TWELFTH ACADEMIC YEAR BEGINS OCT. 1.1887. Examinations for admission to the College classes June 8 and October 3. Programs of the instruction offered to Graduate, Undergraduate and Special Students will be sent on application. myl4-s&w-6m NIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Summer Law Lecture* (nine weekly) begin 14th July, 1887, and end 14th September. For circular apply (P- O. University of Va.) to JOHN B. MINOR, my7-sfcwlm Prof Com. and Stat. Law. \MJ-~ABHINGTON CONSERVATORY OF |MUSIC, vt St. Cloud building, corner 9th and F sts n.w. Eighteenth year. Piano, Organ, Voice, Violin, Flute, Cornet, kc. Free advantages. mylo-lm* O. B. BULLARD, Director. TJ*RENCH LES80NS?Pupils Converse Fluently,with J purest accent, in very short time by new system of Prof. H. LARROQUE'S. native Parisian. A. M.. of 8or boune University, Paris. Franc?^13141 st. mhS-3mo* (^iviL SERVICE examinations. ? CANDI j dates prepared by PROF. F. A SPRINGER, late Civil-Service Examiner. Also, for College, West Point and Annapolis. Apply at Rubber Store, 300 9th st. n.w. apl6-2m* THE NORWOOD INSTITUTE, a SELECT BOARI^ ing and Day School for Young Ladies and Little Girls, ovens its sixth annual session September 29th, 1887. Summer session in picturesque and beautiful section of Virginia, begins July 1st. Special facilities in Art, Music. Elocution and the Modern Languages. Mr. and Mrs. WM. D. CABELL, Principals,Washington, D. C., 1407 Massachusetts ave. apl9-2in \*fABHINGTON~ACADEMY OF TFJ.EGRAPHY u lias removed from Capitol Hill to 631 F st. n. w., room* 7, S and 9. ocl8-8m* 5pencerian~business college" IN COM: modious halls, in National Bank of the Republio Building, southwest corner of 7th and D streets. Services ?>t its graduates always in demand. Thorough instruction given in Rapid Writing, the English Language, Correspondence, Rapid Calcula tions, Bookkeeping, Business Practice, Commercial L*w, Political Economy, Stenography and Type-Writ ing. Day and evening sessions 9 a. ui.: 6 p.m. Illustrated Circular free. Telephone call 874?2. HENRY C. SPENCER, Principal. Mrs. SARA A. SPENCER, Vice Principal. mull T HE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES 723 14TH ST. N. W? /tifl all other principal cities. Recognized as superior to all other similar Institu tions. Unexcelled advantages for learning CONVER SATION. Bent of native teachers. Fee extremely low. NEW TERM now for ladies. Gentlemen and Chil dren. Trial lessons free. Every Saturday LECTURES free to pupils. Apply to the school for programs and admission cards. Ja24 TDRIVATE LESSONS IN ALL GRADES OF JT study; to adults confidential; prepares for college Annapolis. West Point, all examinations. ?28 IVY INSTITUTE. s.w. cor. Sth and K sta. n.w. PIANOS AND ORGANS. HARDMAN PIANO, WITH STUDENTS MUFF ler. W. G. METZEROTT k CO., my21-lm 903 Pa. ave. ITVaE VALUE OF A PIANO X cau only lie measured by its quality of tone. You should purchase the Piano having a pure, rich and per fectly even tone throughout the scale, together with thegreates sinking quality. These feature* are found in their perfection only in DECKER BROS. PIANOS. Hear them. SANDERS k STAY MAN, Sole Agents, niyl9-3m 9:14 F st. n.w. WEBER, FISCHER, ESTEY YY PIANOS. Highest grade instruments. Rented and sold on easy monthly payments. SANDERS & STAYMAN, my!9-3m 934 F st n.w. ORGAN STUDENTS. ATTENTION! ESTEY PEDAL ORGANS, for church organ prac tice. Solo Pedal scale of 30 notes. Beautiful new styles of the Estey Organ for parlor, chapel and lodge. Low prices, easy terms. SANDERS k STAYMAN, 934 F st. n.w., myl9-3m 13 N. Charles St., Baltimore. Md. TTALLET k DAVI8 CO.'S ^IAN68^-NEW~AND XI beautiful styles of these Celebrated Upright Pianos will be sold THIS MONTH ONLY AT BARGAINS, to close rooms for the summer. H. L. SUMNER, Agent, 811 9th st. n. w. aptf I^HICK ERING, PIANOS FOR RENT AND V^Hardiuan, Sale on Easy Terms. Stein way, W. G. METZEROTT k CO.. Haines. fmhlS-3ml 9th st. and Pa. ave. G. (i. Wild & Bros.. _709 <that n.w. Estah w the leadii nd Weser Br s self-playini jest install and repairing houostly don* .? Established 1864. Eranich and Bach now the leading Pianos of the world. Newby k Evans and Weser Bro*., the best mo di Ufa quality; also Gaily'* self-playing Instruments. All at lowest prices and best installment plan. Special bargains for cash. Tuning and r * ' I K NN N A BBB KEB : K NN N AA B B K CK N N N A A BBB RB I K N NN AAA B B K i. K N NN A A BBB EES PlANOSL UNEQOALED JN TONE. TOUCH. WORKMANSHIP AND durability: Special attention of Purchasers invited to the new . ARTISTIC STYLES finished in designs *1 HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART. SEOOND-IIAND PIANOS: A fine assortment ?f prominent makes at all price*. kkAiiVO job RENT. WM. KNABE & ri.. 817 Market Space. Edward F. Droop. 926 pennsylvania AVENU* Sole Agent for 80 TTTT FEB II NN N W W WAY Y 8 T R IINNNWWWWAAYY II N N N WW WW AA YY II N NN WWWW AAA Y II N NN W WAAY Music and Musical Merchandise. InatoumMfosoEjnl jSew and Second-hand Pianos of other make* always "tts&sinsj.u> <3 ECOND-HAND PIANOS. from $75 to $2^5; other makes from #25 up. Sold on <*" ?"Mk" -"WMinnoTT i. co, 903 Pa. ave.. near 0 tint Do Not Purchase until YOU SEE THB EMERSON PTANO. A thoroughly first-class instrument at a medium prim. Over 41.000 now in use. Second-hand Pianos and Organs at price* from 113 to 4150. Sold on small monthly payments. Laorait assortment of 6-cent Music in theoitr. liibMiX EBERBAOH, tp?j4 016 F street WOOD AND CO All V BALDWIN JOHNSON. m Wholesale and Retail ? COMPLEXK FACILITIES. FULL WEIGHT AND ME/ Wood and coal direct from the forests and mines fcKSSi "3Ktf?us7 tKlai?* iSMSfcrMttfiS %?S?<&3..5,58 and E sta. n.w. All connected by telephone. anlp-Wm Buy Your goal and WOOD i nov JOHNSON BROTHER* The moat ei tensive dealers in theDistrlot Supply mors families than any firm south of New York. Tele phone connections. Main Office 1202 F street northwest Branch Offices and Yard* 1516 Seventh street northwest 1740 Pennsylvania avenue nortqweet SSI Pennsylvania avenue eoutheasC 1121 Ninth street northwest. fcW> Pennsylvania avenue northwest Uoner of Third and K streets northwest Wharvee and Railroad yard: dl Twelfth and Water streets south wp . rpHB CELLULOID TRUSS, X That never breaks, nam wears ont always and can be worn while bathing is for sale at CHAR. FISHER'S, ? ^ 023 7th street northwest. Mre. FISHER devotssher attenuwu to UM'wanteof auon? RAILROADS. JJALTIMOKK AND OHIO 1UILEOAO. Schedule In effect. SUXDAT. MAY, 26th. 1887. until further notice. Ix*to Washington from Sutton, corner of K?? Jer iey avenue and ( street. For Chicago, 10:56 un. nd 0:40 p.tn. dally. with through coaches and sleeping car*. The 1Qj55 aaa. la a Fast Limited ExpressTor Pittobnrg and OUraro, ar riving in Pittsburg at 8:30 tun- Chicago ant roorn tag at 9:50. No extra tare is charged ou this train tor fast time. For Cincinnati, Louisville and St. I>i,itti ialty aft S: 15 p.m. and 9:40 p.m., with through coaches and Palace Sleeping Cam to Cincinnati and St. Louis without change; 3 15 p.m. is a fast liautnd train to Cincinnati and St. Louis, arriving in Cincinnati nnt morntas- at 7:30: St. Louis t> 40 p.m. So extra fare ia charged oo this train for feet tune. For Pittsbunr at 10:55 a.m. and 8:55 pjn. daily to Pittsburg. Cleveland and Detroit, with Parlor and Sleeping- Cars to Pittabunr. For Lexington and Local 8tationa, 10:10 ajn. daily, except Sunday. For polnta on Shenandoah Valley R-R, 3:15 p-m. daily. , For Havre de Grace. Newark, Wilmington and Phila delphia, 7 ;3o a.m., 1 -.25 p.m. and 4 30 pjn. daily. For W liiuiugton, Delaware and intermediate points between Baltimore and Wilmington, 5:00 ajn. daily, except Sunday. For Havre de Grace, gingerly and Intermediate printa^3:15 p.m. daily, except Sunday. For Baltimore on week day*. 5^0:30. 6:40, ? -W, 8:30 and 9:45 am.. 12:10, 1:25, 3:15 (45-uilnute train). 3 30. 4 30, 4 35, 4:40, 5:30, 0:46. tSoTs 25 and 11:30 p.m. For Baltimore on Sundays 6:30. 7 30. 8:30 and 9:45a.m.. 1:25,1:30. 3 30, 4:30, 4:40/5:30,6:4* 8:2a, 11:30 p.m. For Annapolis 6 40 and 8:30 am. and 12:10 and 4:35p.m. On Sunday 8:30 a.m.. 4:40o-iu. For Way Btetions between Washington and Haiti more, 5, o:40, 8:30 am., 1210 p.m.,3:30, 4:40- 6:*5 and 11:30 p.m. On Sunday 8-.30 am. and 1:30. 3:30. 4:40. 6:4o awl 11 :.'<0 p.m. For stations on Metropoli tan Brauch 6:45 aau. daily, exoept Sunday, and o -30 p.m. for principal station* only; 4 40 p.m. daily. except Sunday, for priudpal stations on Metropolitan Branch. 10:10 ajn. daily; on 8unday 8U>t* at all stations. For Gaiutersboig ana intermediate points 9:05 a.m.. 12:30. 5 3.) and 11:20 p.m. daily, except Sunday. For Boyd's and intermedi ate 8tatiou8 11:20 p.m. daily. Church train leaves Washington on Sunday only at 1:15 p.m., stopping at all stations on Metropolitan Branch. For Frederick 10:10 a.m. and 4:40 p.m. daily, except Sunday. For Haters town 10:10 a. in and 5:30 pjn. daily, ex cept Sunday. Trains arrive from the West daily 6:20,7:30 in, 1:15 and 4:20 p.m. From points on Shenandoah Valley B.H* 1:15 pjaa. daily. From Philadelphia, Chester, Wilmington and Havre de Grace, 10:45 a.m., 3:05p.m. and 9:30 pan. daily. From Havre de Grace. Singerly and intermediate points north of Baltimore, 10:00 a.m. From Annapolis, 8:30 and 10:35 a.m., and 1:50 and 5.20 pan. Sunday. 10:35 a.m.. 6:35 p.m. From Harper's 1 erry and Valley BrilrH, 5:15 p.m. daily, except Sunday. From Frederick and intermediate potato, 8:25 a.m. and 8:15 p. m. daily except hunday. Trains leave Baltimorefor Washington at 5:10, 6:30. .'JA II.nn li.nr in./\n a ? ? ? p 5:00, tf:30. 7:45. 8:30 and 11:00 p.m. All trains from Washington atop at Belay station, except 1:25, 3:15,4:30 p.m. For further information apply aft the Baltimore and Ohio Ticket office. Washing-ton station. 619 and 1351 Pennsylvania avenue, corner 14th street, where orders will be taken for baggage to be checked and received at any point in tbe city. W. M. CLEMENTS. C. K. LORD. Q. P. A. Manager, Baltimore. PERCY G. SMITH. Paas'r Ag't Washington. my31 1KDM0NT AIR LINK, T Schedule in effect May 29th, 1887. 8:30 A. M.?East Tenn. Mail Daily for Warrenton, G' irdonsville, Charlottesville, Lynchburg and Stations between Alexandria and Lynchburg. Blue Ridge Springs, Allegheny Springs, Bristol, Knoxville, Rome, Calera, Montgomery and New Orleans. Pullman Sleeper Washington to New Orleans. 11:24 A. M.?Fast Mail Daily for Warrenton. Char lottesville, Gordonsvilie. Stations Ches. h Ohio Route, Lynchburg, Rocky Mount, Danville and Stations be tween Lynchburg and Danville, Greensboro. Raleigh, Charlotte. Atlanta, Birmingham, Montgomery, New Orleans, Texas and California. Pullman Stee|?er New York to Atlanta, in connection witli Pullman Sleei<ers Atlanta to New Orleans, and Mann Boudoir Sleepers for Birmingham, Vicksburg and Shreveport. Solid trains Washington to Atlanta. 2:35 P. M.?Daily except Sunday for Strnsburg and intermediate Stations. 5:30 P. M.?Western Express Daily for Warrenton. Gordonsville, Charlottesville. Louisville, Cincinnati and Summer resorts ou and near Line of Ches. and Ohio Route. Pullman Sleepers and Solid Trains Washing ton to Louisville; also for Lynchburg, Bristol, Chatta nooga, Memphis, Little Rock and all Southwestern Points. Through Pullman Sleepers Washington to Memphis without change. 11:00 P. M.?Southern Express Daily for Lynchburg, Danville, Raleigh, AsheviQe, Charlotte, Colombia, Aiken. Augusta. Atlanta, Montgomery, New Orleans, Texas and California. Pullman Sleepers Washington to Montgomery, connecting with Pullman Parlor Cars Montgomery to New Orleans Pullman Sleeper* Wash ington to Augusta without change. Trains on Washington and Ohio division leave Wash ington 9:12 A.M., Daily except Sunday, and 4:45 P. M. Daily; arrive Round Hill, 11:37 A. M. and 7:10 P. M.: Returning leave Round Hill 6:05 A M. Daily, and 1 :.'H) P. M. Dally except Sunday, arriving Washington 8 30 A. M. and 3 55 P. M. Through trains from the South via. Charlotte, Dan ville ami Lynchbutv, arrive in Washington 8 :l0 A. M. and 8:23 P. \L: via. East Tenn.. Bristol anil Lynch burg at 12:04 P. M. and 9:40 P. M.; via. Ches. and Ohio Route and Charlottesville at 9:40 P. M. gtras burg Local at 9:47 A. M. Tickets, Sleeping Car reservation and information furnished, and baggage checked at office 601 Pennsyl vania avenue, and at Passenger Station. Pennsylvania Railroad. 6th and B streets. J AS. L. TAYLOR. my30 General Passenger Agent THE GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE TO THE NORTH, WEST AND SOUTHWEST. DOUBLE TRACK. SPLENDID 8CENERY. STEEL, RAILS. MAGNIFICENT EQUIPMENT IN EFFECT MAY j6. 1887. Trains leave Washington from Station, corner of Sixth aud Bstreets, as follows: For Pittsburg and the West, Chicago Limited Express of Palace Sleeping Cars at J?:50 A. M daily: Fast Line, 9:50 A. M. daily to Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars from Harrisburg to Cincinnati, and Buffet Car to St. Louis daily, except Saturday, to Chicago, with Bleei>iiig Car Pittsburg to Chicago. Western Express, st K: 10 P.M. daily, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago aud St Louis, and Har risburg to Cleveland, connecting at Harriaburg with through Sleepers for Louisville and Memphis, Pacific Express. 10:00 P. M. daily for Pittsburg and the West, with through Sleeper Harriaburg to Chlcairo. BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. For Erie, Canandalgua, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara, 10:00 P. M. daily, except Saturday, with Palace Care Washington to Rochester. For Williams port. Lock Haven and Elmira, aft 9:60 A. M. daily, except Sunday. For New Yorx and the East 7:25. 9:00,11:00, and 11:4<I A.M.2:00. 4:lu. 10:0?t and 11:20 P.M. On Sunday, 9:00 IhO. A. M . 2:00. 4:l'i, 10:00 and 11:20 P. M. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9.40 A. M. daily, except Sunday, aud 4:00 P. M. daily. For Boston without change. 2:00 P. M. every day. For Brooklyn, N. Y., all through trains connect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, afford ing direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double feiTiage across New Y ork City. For Philadelphia. 7:25,9:00 li .00. and 11:40 AM, 2 ?-0.4:1- , OTOO. 10:00 and 11.20 P.M. On Sunday. 9:00 11:40 A. M, 2:00, 4:10, 6:00. 10:00 and 11:20 P. M. Limited Expreaa, 9:40 A. M weak days and 4:G>0 P. M. daily. For Baltimore. 6:35, 7:25,9:00, 9:40. 0:50. 11:10 and 11:40 A.M.. 12:0i. 2:00,4:00. 4:10. 4.2<1, 4:40,6:00,8:10. 10:00 and 11:20 P.M. On Sun day. 9:00, 9:05, 9:50. 11:40 A. M.; 2:00, 4:00, 4:10, 6:00. 8 10, 10:00 and 11:20 P.W. For Pope's Creek Line, 7.25 A.M. and 4:40 P.M. dally, except Sunday. For Annapolis, 7:25. 11:40 AM., and 4:20 P.M.. daJly, except Sunday. Sundays, 9:00 A.M, 4:10 ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG RAIL WAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON RAILROAD. For Alexandria, 6:00, 6:45, 8:40. 9:47.10:5< AM, 12:04 DOOD, 2:06.4:25. 4:36.6:01. 8:05. 10:05 and 11:37 P.M. On Sunday at 8:00. 8:40, 9:47, 111:57 A.M..2 30.6:01 ?:Uo.and 10:05P.M. : For Richmond and the South, 6:00, 10 67 A.M. daily, and 4:35 P.M. daily, except Sunday. Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, 6:05,8:00, 9:10,10:15,11:07 AM.; 1:20, 3:00. 3:23, 5:10, 7:05,9:32 and 10:42 P.M., and 12:15 midnight (except Monday). On Sunday at 8:00. 9:10. atid 11:0< A.m: 2:00,6:10.7:05, 9:32,10:42P.Mand 12:15 nisrht. Tickets and information at the office, northeaateon ner of 13th street aud Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station, where orders can be left for the checking of bamrajre to destination from hotels and residences. CHAS. E. PUGH. General Manager. J. R. WOOD. General Paaaenger Agent my 16 POTOMAC RIVER BOATS. N ORFOLK AND F0RTREH8 MONROE. Daily Line. The Popular and Safe Steamers, LAKE and MOSELEY. Elegantly furnished throughout Large and air)' staterooms. One of which leaves daily from 7tb-st wharf at 5 p.m., stopping at Piner Point each way. Diniug Saloon on main deck and table sup plied with all the delicacies of the season. Meals. 75 cents. Staterooms secured and baggage checked at 610 and 1351 Penn. ave. and on steamer. Telephone call? 94. myl3-6mo TEAMER MATTANO LEAVES 7TH 8T. WHARF >om ?pOTOMAO "TRANSPORTATION LINK. The Steamer SUE. Oapt. W. C. Geoghegan, vffl n. me her triiw between BALTIMORE sad WASH GTON "" ~ " "? some racn S. in. anu wasumgiou eunaay t p. ul tm(ni ved ou Saturday only and must be prepaid. Apply to STEPHENSON * BKO, Agents. 7th Street Wharf. ofliA*. 541010th st n.w. _f26-6m Otnoe. }x2th and Pstin. ave. n.w. T?0R POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS X NEW IRON STKAMKR "WAKEFIELD" Leaves 7th at wharf on MONDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS at 7 a.m. Returning TUESDAYS, FRIDAYS and SUNDAY pjn^ touching aft Kiver lead ings as far as Nornini Creek, Currioman, Ya, and HL Clements Bay. M<L Oonuecta with B. and 0. U. R. at Bhepbeida. 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