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A Terrible Tumble.
TU WOBU> BaIXOOH FALLS THOUSANDS Or fist UKS A phot. Mr. Moored balloon, which left St. Louis Satur day and came down within a rew hours near Cen tralis Illinois, as stated In The Star, attained a height of 10,000 feet above the surface of the earth at 5 :JW p. m., according to the Instruments of the United States Signal service. This is the highest on record In America At this point the thermo meter marked 37? Fahrenheit. It seemed very cold, coming from a h>at of 9f>3 In the shade an hour before. The alr-shlp left the earth as If re luctant to depart, but once on Its voyag? It gained speed rapidly ana was quickly among the douds. Moore hurt nls hand badly Just as they were as cending. and tne lo**sof blood rendered him sense lens. one of the parry relates these Incidents: "Haren sings out, 'Wfre going too fast.' There Is much excitement, but it calms in a mlnnte, for the Instrument records a failing. Again the sig nal officer gives a warning. 'We are falling dreadfully.' and tosses out a handful of circulars. They shoot upward. Moore, half aroused, real ized the peril and calls all hands to drop ballast. The sand h^ls scarcely faster thin the car, and the earth ffms to fly upward; rlvera, fields, houses spread out as a vast map, growing terribly each minute. Moore sings out: "Something wrung, boys; If we don't stop her we are lost;' l.uOO feet from earth and still tumbling madly; Too, and the drag rope touches earth: 600, and the check Is perceptible. At 400 the balloon skims along, falling no more; the 300 feet of drag rope resting on the earth gave the relief. More ballast w .i* thrown out, and the air ship again ascended, this time to 6,000 feet. The aeronaut then noticed that tne bag was sagging, and announced that a landing must be made. When within a few hundred feet of land the drag rope skimmed along the earth, making a trail for four miles, and In its wake followed a crowd of natives, .several times they caught the rope and were hurled reughly to the ground. At August Palm's farm, 7 miles from Centralia, 111., his sturdy wife tfave the drag rope a half dozen turns around an apple tree and brought the monster up with a Jerk. The wind caught the folds of the balloon and it soared like a kite. For an hour the farmerstugged at the rope, and when the aeronaut pulled the rip conl to his amazement he found It already loose, and this was the cause of the fearful fall, so nearly disastrous to the occupants of the air ship. The ? arrler pigeons that were released from the bal loon at 2,000 feet altitude have appeared at their homes. The balloon will be brought back to the city, and arrangements are now being made for another ascent." Irish Traders to be Arrested. EXPECTATION THAT DAVITT, O'BRIEN, DILLON, AND SKA TON WILL bk PROSECUTED AS SOON AS THE CHIMES BILL BECOMES A LAW. London dispatches say the Salisbury government is inclined to encourage the Irish leaders to make violent speeches, in order that, when the crimes bill becomes a law. they may be arrested and t hrown Into prison. Mr. Davltt has on several oc casions repeated his advice to the people to use force in resisting unjustifiable evictions, and the J dispatches say ne will certainly be arrested as i soon as the government Is clothed with the arbi trary power afforded by the crimes bllL O'Brien, l>lilon, and SextoD. It is also asserted, have been marked for arrest at the first convenient opportu nity. The government Is represented as being especially anxious to arrest Sexton. It has been said publicly within the last three days that sex ton could cause a revolution of the Irish people by a word. If he chose to order one. He Is probably the only man, except Parnell, of whom this is true. His conservatism. Instead of lessening his Influence, addsto It and makes It Invincible. These four are the only ones whom the government are likely to attempt to muzzle. Blinded by their ani mosity to the Irish national movement. Lord Salis bury's ministry are about to make the fatai mis take of arousing the people to fierce anger by im prisoning their guides and counsellors, who have already done so much for the cause, and who are :<>o?ed to lor complete deliverance. The outlook is serious. Tbe Hcf.lynn Demonstration. REPORTS IHKFkR AS TO THK EXTENT OF IT. The N. says: The demonstration In honor of l>r. MeGlynn Saturday night was one of the [ .argest that has ever bee i held In Union Square.' From liOOO to 15,000 men paraded over the 3#- I mile circuit. Along the line of march the greatest kind of enthusiasm reigned. The cry, "Dont, don't, don't go to Rome:-' was heard continuously along the line, and was echoed back by the people standing on the sidewalks. Around Union Square In front of the cottage thousands of people were packed together. The cottage was draped with the stars and stripes. In the center of the shed ; covering the grand stand was a large American shield surmounted by an eagie. f When Dr. MeGlynn appeared In 17th street, mak- j lng his way to the platiorm, cheers arose, and : ones of '? liurrah for the soggarth Aroon," and "God bless our martyr priest." Men waved their hats, and w??men shook their handkerchiefs. Peo- : pie sho<>k the deposed priest by the hand, and It j was nearly fifteen minutes before he could reach the platform. An effort was made to raise the ! Doctor on the shoulders of several men, bur he Insisted on walking. When he reached the plat form several ladles belonging to St. Stephen's church presented Ulm with bouquets. Dr. MeGlynn and Henry George both made speeches, and reso lutions were adopted commending Dr. MeGlynn s attitude toward his ecclesiastical superiors and his refusal to go to Koine. No interference by tiome in American politics was the text of the Vrblng. The World says: The McGlynn demonstration Saturday night was not as pronounced numerically as It might nave been. About 8,000 men paraded the streets and were reviewed in Union Square. The percentage of Germans was very large. Alto, getner the performance hardly came up to the ad vertisement. Tbe Leonard town, Hid., Lynching-. TBI CORONER'S JCKT PRACTICALLT REFU9K3 TO PROSKCCTK THOSE SUSPECTED. An Inquest was held at Leonardtown, Md., over the body of Ben Ilance, a colored man, who was taken from the Jail early Friday morning In that place, where he was held on the charge of at tempted rape, and hung to a tree outside of the town by a party of unknown men. The Jailer, Mr. Clements, and his wife, who lived In the Jail, tes tified to tne facts of the forcible Jail delivery of the prisoner, as printed In Saturday s Star, lie said taat he thought that he recognized the voice of Bill Bailey or SheckllfT among those talking out side of the Jail. The Jailer's wife said that she recognized the voice of Buck Waters. Harry pa Hiding, a member of the jury, testified that a gentleman had come to his room about 1 o'clock that m .ruing md informed him that Hance was to be bung. He refused to reveal the name of his inform tut, and be was committed for contempt. '1 he jury, aft> r deliberating several hours, asked to b**?i:-charged, iai'ing to come to a unanimous con> Mslon as to a verdict, and they were, at 5 o'clock p. in., discharged. After the discharge of the coroner s Jury Mr. Spalding was released from the custody of tne sheriff, a correspondent of the Baltimore .sun says: "Publicopinion Ls divided regarding the lynching. The action of the Jury ls ptwb?b?y a fair showing of the Judgment of the people of the county. The Jury practically re fused to prosecute those who are suspected of bring engaged In the lynching. The more con servative and mature men of tne community con demn the action of the lynchers."' The Jubilee lfacht Kace. THE OKNKSTA AHKAD SATURDAY EVENING. The Genista passed Wick, Scotland, at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The sleuthhound passed the same place at 8 Saturday evening. The Genesta had passed Pentland Firth and was rounding Dun net Head at 10 o'clock. The wind was light and a log was prevailing. The yacht Volauvent was sighted 2 ml.es off Wick at 10:43 Saturday even ing. Yacht Dawn passed Wick at 10 o'clock Sat urday mght. The liwendoiine, Aline and Seiina passed the same place Sunday morning. The wind was light an>i from the northeast and the tide was then favorable for parsing Pentland Firth. Thk Irishmen's Jubilkk Celkbration.?A "me morial ' e ,e o r a * lo n in honor of the victims of Vic toria a nity years of misrule" will be held at Cooper I nlon, New York, to-morrow evening. The pro gram contains this census: Died of famine, 1.500, OOJ; evicted, 3,i*i8,oOO; extirpated. 4,^00,000; en.igran s who died of ship fever, 57,000; lmprls < ned under coercion acts, over 3.000; butchered in suppressing public meetings, 3uo; coercion acts, .">3; executed for resisting tyranny, 75; died In t- i.giisii dungeons, '?T; new spapers suppressed, 1Z. Thk Erik Pension Fraud.?The hearing In the fraudulent casts lor reimbursement for a depend ent pensioner's sickness claim were continued in trie. Pa., Saturday. s*th 1 odd Perley, the lead ing spirit In the scheme, was ncld tor trial for pre paring and presenlng a false claim. The evidence showed thai he had built up a fictitious claim of ; nearly (J 000. Franklin Willis, P. B. Willis and ; J. H. Biaie are a.so held for trial for making and presenting false claims. Dr. E. Hickman, whose name and affidavit was received. It is alleged, through false representations of Perley's counsel, has also been arrested. Earthquake Shock at scmmkrvill*.?A special reports a sho< k of earthquake at summervlli**, s. c., at 10:37 Sunday morning, accompanied by the inoot pro.onged roaring heuid since October '?t of last year, 'lhe shock caused a sensible vibration of houses and furniture, but was not sufficient to do any injury or cause alarm. The roar mentioned was faintly heard by some persons in Charleston. At SummerTLle the roar seemed to come from the southwest. < > Brikn Enters Dublin in TEimre.-Wm. O Bnen made his triumphal entry into Dublin last night, on his return from bis Canadian tour. He was met at tne station by the mayor and Michael Davltt, and entered the mayor's carriage, but no sooner were they seated than the crowd removed tae horses, and dragged the vehicle themselves. '1 he procession numi?-red thousands who, headed by bands of music and carrying banners, marc hed througn tne ?t reels to the hotel InSackville street. Waen tne hotel was reached the crowd cried for O'Brien to speak, and he made a brief address. The tnrong wn so densely packed that many fainted and added greati?lo the incitement of the occasion. Thk (^uken's jubilkjc.?Services m honor of t^u?*eu Ni. toria's jubilee were held in Trinity caurch, and other New York and Brooklyn churches yesterday. Jev. Joseph W. Hall con ducted me -*-r% ices at Trinity, Kev. Dr. Morgan preaching th?- sermon. Dr. Morgan said that as queen and woman Victoria would be spoken of with reaped and affection to the end of history, cardinal Manning has addressed a pastoral letter In eulogy of the queen. He calls on all English Catholics to offer up thanksgiving for the Jubilee. Tne .Marchioness of Londonderry will present to the queen a casket containing 150,000 signatures and a large sum in cash as a jubilee offering from I run women. At Matu-rlorf, Hungary, Saturday, during an ?lection, the gendarmerie were attacked by Croatian electors In the conflict five of the citi zens vera shot dead. SUMMER RESORTS. I>LEA9ANT MOUNTAIN RESORT AC-1 A commodations for a limited number of" j artier*; cool house, with larve grounds. * ?* , ?? ? ?- FlUtEi Frostburg, Allegany Co., Mo COAST OF MAINE?DEAR ISLE -SUN-. set Ha'.l. t roinmer home, surrounded by' the sea. Prices reasonable. All letter* of in- __ quirr addressed "Sunset Hall. Deer Isl*. Maine," n il receive prompt attention. Open June lo. it CHENANDOAH alum"SPRINGS,-VA.?8IX VA C rietie* mineral waters, large lawn; eleva-A . , i tjon 2,3o0 feet. For pamphlet and rates ad- vfl* V dress A. J. MYERS. JclS-lm* I ? ;V5j | **/-?ATAWIS9A MOUNTAIN" HOUSE,? . , A \y Best and Climate Cure. Bloomsburg f-Tli V Pa., under one management I >-pff 7 Finest climate, water, and scenery. Porular *?*?*?_ JelS-iw* [TON THE MOUNTAIN'S BROW U' DEER PARK AND OAKLAND, TWIN RESORTS OF THE ALLEGHANIES, 3,000 FEET ABOVE THE SKA. SEASON OPENS JUNE 23, 1887. #?d QAELAJfD, hnt 8,1 miles distant from each other, are corneoted by a ,,C*rn?tfe r0*'1 , ??,h mre ??' ateddi-*fc w*-tly nron the main line of the Baltimore an Kaiiroad, and all trains atop at both points. Jsmrrnt, .I***1'1? """'"""'ent of Mr. GEO. D. I'tMiILLDS tw if famous resorta will maintain the high standard of previous seasons. Among the Improvement* that will be noted by f^rnirr ''Uests are the intr* iuction of electric lights into house and grounds. l?r.r.-swimming baths added to the bathing estabiishn e .ts for ladies and gentle fS.' H},i.ucnF?.*?*? iiuproN -?d water supply drawn from the celebrated Boiling 8. rings. . #75. and 990 p. r month, sccording to J?*!10?; Diagrams of Morai .i.id tlixirs can be seen at t.?., in";r I1"1 Ohio Ticket uihce, 1351 i'enusyl vania ave.. W ashmgt<.>n, D C. All communications should be addressed to GEO. D. DkSHIELDS, Queen City Hotel. Cumberland, MtL, Up to June 10. After that date either _ I>e" Pjwk or Oakland, Garrett County, Md. mylfM,m.wtoje30 TALBOTT HOUSE, BARNESVILLE, MD.,1 ,, A near Sugar Loaf Mountain. one-hidf mile f f from Metropolitan Branch; location high ? -1]*I scenery fine; t.ass fishing excellent; summer boarders a specialty; terms *5 per week. J. M. VEIRS, Prop. my21-3m.w&s r rp HE STOCKTON] CAPE MAY, N. J. Will Open for the Reception of Guests JTNE 30. 1887. Officer OWEN k SIMPSON, 1117 Chestnut st, Philadelphia. Jell-lm HENRT CLAIR, Proprietor. Fair haven hotel, on Chesapeake Bay, Hu., now open. Extensive ground* l-aiye rooms. Fishing. Salt Water Bathing. ? .?.J??1- ^ eem's line steamers. Baltimore, wuicn ???? i' m- make special rates for quests of hotel, jeii-im* THE fenimore. ASBURY PAI.K, n. J. Delightfully situated. ..ne block from ucean. Spacious piazzas; city gas- artesian water; perfect sanitation.Bath rooms, hot and "id tresses. TH^? NO^LEf1^^ YeS-lT" ON TOP OF THE ALLEGHANIES!! A ^ .1 The Aurora House, Aurora, W. Vs., opens f?m ? ??uiie 1st ; more desirable than ever before 11--Era T Enlarged by an annex of 34) large rooms-wiJe veran das; grounds extended and beautitied; informal and homelike; no malaria; no fog?; no hay fever; no mos quitoes ? ample amusements; accessfbie. Terms. $8 tr WJ H- CaU ml *ur office for cirou ? _ _ fEK. Prop'r. jel l-toJyl4 "OOCK ENON SPRINGS AND MINER\L A .1 ? ? Wff MOL!,IA1<5$i0*t BAR. A safe* delightful snmmer home lor iami li,?8- Accommodations tor :100. Fori>amphlets irivinir I ; fPPlyto A. S. Pratt 4 Sons the Tsim ! buildimr, I street n. w., or at the office of the Eveninif ? Terms very reasonable. New fast train, with parlor car, leaves Washington 10:10 a. m.. by Metro ranch B. h O. K. R. Round-trip tickets trood until October 31, 48.SO from Washington. ' ? ??..Tv , A. S. PBATT, Proprietor. . 1 know of no pla?*e more delightful for a summer's rest and enjoyment." ........ ^ ^ ? MRS. JOHN A LOGAN. ... 1 hld a most delVbtf ul stay at Rock Enon " . . . A. H GARLAND. handsome service of your bountiful table forms a marked contrast to that which charac terizes summer resorts in treneral " ? ? ? . . . ... v ? , .MAJ- w- GWYNN. , I know of no place where families or inva uos can derive as much health and enjoyment as they can at Kock Enon Spring*." ? ? ? _my^0 DR. ROBERT REYBURN. Hotel albion, asbury park. n. j a ,7 . T * meat location in the Park. Hop every 9 Saturday. Fine Music. Table and appoint- L- ^ I menu the best. Mrs C. H. PEMBERTON. je8-2m Atlantic city. n. j., hotels, cot- , ^ cottages, I Lotsand Bath Houses lor rent or sale by !'??? ? J?8-2w I.Q.ADAMS & CO., Real Estate Agents. Willow grove, va.. on b. & o. r. r;,j (Valley Branch;. JUNE 1. Fresh milk.\ Dutier, fruit, and vegetables from our F?rm a M . (roquet andArchery grounds. excellent facuuiesior ,b^th5ngr'^,ntI boatinfr. pure mountain air; plent\ of shadt?. Terms *S a week. ^ 1 ."?0 a dav. #-?0 a nionth of days; children under ten years half-price Address Mrs. D. P. McGINNIS, WUlow Grove. Shlnan doah County, \ a. Jel5-eo'Jw" ^J.RANT HOUSE; Jefferson Heights, Catskill. N. Y. _ OPENS JUNE 22. For rooms, rates, &c , apply to O. H TrTPKR, ?yl8-w.ftm26t Broadway and 29t^st^ \\Trk. UNITED STATES HOTEU ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Opens Saturday, June 25, 1887. The lsrjrest and leading hotel. Beautifully situated in perfect sanitary ci ndition. Elevator, electric bellai l nexcelled cuisine and service Jeo-eo,2m BENJ. H. BROWN. THE CARLTON HOUSE. SPRING LAKE BEACH. N. J.. will open A . , X lor guests May 14 For rates and plans.ad-f^SA ? dress L 8. HINKsON, Carlton House, ai rnnf T A ?? J JeO-eo, 1 m _ 3AAA SUMMER HOMFS m , , i yUUU FOR HEALTH. ? , REST AND PLEASURE JS2i?^it^ 1:!f oi Sul?:ner hotels and Ix.ardinu- hoiws act essible by the popular West Shore Railroad! will be maiied on receiptor J cenu postajr- b> H. B. J\GOE. General Eastern Passenger -Went, 363 Broadway. N^w ,orK: my20-eo Im THE DOUGLASS HOUSE, REHOBOTHJ City, DeL 1 his beautiful hotel now open I oi the season. Reduced rates until the 15th j for July. E- SCOT 1 EN, Proprietor. jel Mount holly springs! The undersigned takes pleasure in, announcing to his trends ard the public' that he will open the '* HOIXi INN," at Mount HoUy Springs, Cumberland To~t , Ja_. for the season of 188 <. on Thursday, June 9. For further particular write to JNO. I. MILLS. Proprie tor. Mount Holly Spnnjrs, Cumberland Co , Pa 1 erms, $4a to $t>U a month, according to lo< ation of rooms- mylt>-2m GIpEY HOUSE. ASBURY PARK, N. J? ONE block from Ocean and Buth-Houses. Oas A . . A tiiroughont. Artesian Water. Hair Mat-W^ treses Superior Table. THOS.U.ALL\N Lli of the Livingston, Washington. D. C. SUMMER SCHOOL ??~T , MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK, MD. 0^$ rourth session oegias JI LY 15TH. De-T Birtment of Elocution and English. Mrs. M. Stevens art. Department of French, Prof.C. Fontaine De f1"' \ " . sI'anhool<l Catalogues at ?he Washington School of lilocution, 9U4 M st jel-lm* M'^NTAIN VIEW HOI SE. CANTON., Pa.?This delightful summer resort.com-' pitte in all its ap;>ointm^nts, 1,(100 feet ele vaUon. on the main line of the Northern CentTai midway between Williamsport, Pa., and Elmira, N v" 1H miles from the celebrated Minnetjua Springs * rT,en"*JJf*S?iat)l?. For circular, terms, 4c . address WRIGHT. Prop.. Canton, Pa. Jelo-Ot For rent-at rehoboth beachTdei furnished Cottage of ei^ht rooms, all the conveniences, on corner Surf avenue, ocean front. Address W. F. GAP EN, 322 Indiana ave., Washington, D. C. j Af OUNTAIN^HOME SUMMER RESORT., xtjl in Deer Park; loratiou line, high and' i t . Pr particulars address ?. ? _ Jel4 lm* Mrg j. 8 LAUGnl oT Rockingham. va? springs; cheap, healthlul, pleasant, gay. Circulars ad UI?7i in.. E ?? HOPKINS. )el4-10f McGAHEYSVIL: . A 8^otil v ^ vJ;- vICTOKIA, FAMI LY n^nr. n; .1 : bltx* fpom ?c*an : Uble apjMiut nienta first-^lass; modern conveniences A ? tse& 50-? Music all the season. T^JhT Je9-2m MILO M. POTTER, MiTia^ fLi: (ie?-lmj CHARLES dI'FFY. 2 7 00 l ABOVE TIDE-WATER. 9 ? _ on the B. snd O R.K. GLADES HOTEL. Oakland. Md. Rooms large and airy. Terms moderate A ,u!JiaLi_ pleasant summer resort. oi*n th? tm? I P%YoUl irt'H>l'lir 10 Dt ^ HBART^TT P^prietor C' ONGRESS COTTAGE ATlTvTlFrtTv V~i~ Opeu June 0 Opposite Coi^Hall JnVi 'T cor. Pacific and Maaa tvw. oceanrww i? ? m and cold sea water baths. Attention ?>4n tollST home coiulorts. MISS KENT. jgUiKLLXV SPRINGS AND BATHS. W yt~ ?- * 0? B-R? (Main Stem), THREE HOURS FROM WASHINGTO^ ALKALINE THERMAL WATERS. Tba m.riu of Bwkele^i 1U water. a? f.motu. I?*ate Bath* and Swimming PooL,. Urge and elegant. These waters are s speciftc for RheomaUam, Neuralgia. Skin. Kidney and Nervous Diseases. Hotel capacity 600 .guests. Elegant Ball-Boom and Music. Write for illnstraUd and descriptive pamph let Round-trip tickets issued by B. A O R R. Pamphlets also at 8tar office. For information and books see Ed. H. Dick. 517 7 th st n.w. JMO. T. TREGO, Prop., 3*7 *Sm Berkeley Springs, W. Va. SUMMER RESORTS. M Forest ins. ? i2>)??S,TOLEN PARK. MD. Ttiv, iTV? ^ "ite on the Metropolitan &i^on (la R K ?ul>- 9 nulM from Healthy Location. Pure Wat. l>rm?^Mo<jHr*te *''* ln ^*U ?^lntmenU i??i~U *?L?e? &F fU? option of tra?rt? JUNE 1, 1881. Apply to The Forest Glen Improvement Co., .r,onom -^XANDER T. HENSEY, Manager, _ap-0-3m Office. 1006 F ft. n.w. rilHE LANCASTER ?*? w v. M-J- Kr^KLE. . Michi?n ive., Atlantic City. mhi.-j-lm Jelo-lm Near "Dennis." Hotel Brunswick, ASBURT park, N. J. < Within 100 yards of the beach. Every room' command* an unobstructed view of the ocean. Thoroughly renovated and refurnished for the st-ason of 1*87. Will be opened june 1, under the manage ment of L E. Monran (late of the Cshill House, Asbury Part). Engagements can be made Hid information given by addressing L. E. MORGAN. Aabury Park, N.J, Jel-tu,th,s.2w; dim, and tn,th,s,2w Thf. lake view hotel is situated in the village of Watkins, N. Ya adjoining the famous Watkins Glen. It la 300 feet above and overlooks Seneca Lake. Telephone and Teletrraph Connection* in the House. Newly and elegantly furnished throughout, has all modern improvements. Bowling Alley, Billiarda. Cro quet. Lawn Tennis. Hammocks. SwitDra. Music, Ac.; Also proprietors of the National Hotel,Cleveland, on Char lotte Harbor, Fla. BURR ILL A SON. prop'ra. Je4-3m INDIAN HARBOR HOTEL! GREENWICH, CONN., (On the .Sound.) open JUNE 23 To OCTOBER L DELIGHTFUL AND ACCESSIBLE SUMMER RESORT, 28 miles via N. Y. and N Haven R. R. time 43 to 60 minutes; commutation 40 cts. per day; trains hourly. Apply at the Hotel or Grand Hotel, 31st at. and Broad way, N. Y. WM. H. LEE, proprietor. Je4-lm CONTINENTAL, ATLANTIC AVE. BETWEEN Vermont and Rhode Island aves., ATLAN- A ? -i k TIC CITY, N.J. Full ocean view. P.O.Box 44.?? Jel- im i-1. H. HUGILL (late of Gilsey.) i-iJre?_L THE BEDFORD SPRING HOTeTlTREDFORD, PA established 1S04. Thii popular Rummer resort opens for the A . . A reception of guests June 10th. 1887; hasy(v^%y been enlarged and refitted for the season. ll"!it? 1 Ronnd-tnp tickets can be hud at P. R. R. and B. & O. R. R. ticket offices, and bagg:ige checked through. Bedford water. Pamphlets and any information to b? had by application to the ANDERSON HEIRS, Pro prietors. The proprietors wish It distinctly understood that the water* and grounds are exclusively for ^tlie guests ot the establishment and those who purchase tickets for their use. THE ANDERSON HEIRS. my31-6w Owners and Proprietors. rjIHE VIRGINIA BEACH HOTElT Thi? famous resort, so popular for its fine surf-bath Ing. and other seaside attractions, opens for the season ol ISfeT, JUNE 4. Sitmted 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 trans|>ortation lines, afford the necessary facilities for access. Rates $3 to 44 per day ; 415 to $17.50 per week. W. W. PRICE, Manager, Virginia Beach. myHl-lm Princess Anne County, Va. CtOLTOVS SUMMER RESORT A / Will oi>en June 20tli, 1887. R. J. CuLTON & BRO., my30-2m Miles Town, St. Mary's Co.. Md. OTEL LAFAYETTE!" , CAPE MAY, N. J.' Beautifully located, within fifty feet of the jr, ^ Oct an. Strictly first class, containing all nio<leru im provements, with fire escapes and perfect drainage. F. H. HILDRETH, my28-2m Proprietor. THE OCEAN HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, , N, J. Replete with all modern convent-' ences, now open to former patrons and Ail friends, under the management of J. A. REID.tnl Atlantic!hotel, ocean city, md.T Will oi>en for the season of 1887 June 24. Circulars at this office. my28-3m JOHN TP.ACY", Prop. Yv arm sulphur si rings; bath co., va.; " are now open; the largest and most de- A . , . litrhtful swimming pool on this continent; ? temperature 08?; flow of water ti.000 trail mm 11' I per minute; a specific for rheumatism, gout, neural gia. sciatica ana kiudred disease.!; malaria unknown; no musyuitoes; elevation 2.500; surrounding moun tains 3.o00 feet; wood fires; bring warm clothing. Pamphlets to be had at 513 Pennsylvania ave., or of the proprietor; sendiostal; best Washington refer ences. JNO. L. EUBANK. myl7-2m CCOLONIAL BEACH HOTEL, TnE FAMOUS WA J tering Place of the Capital City, 08 miles ? . , \ down the river, facing the broad Potomac. Tf-TW> ? with Monroe Bay iu the rear; surrounded by ll"'Aa I beautiful summer cotta-'es; always cool. Hotel ac commodation 400; under the management of Col. Hollinirsworth (late superintendent of Mount Vernon). Teleirraph and daily steamer connection. The finest beach in the world. Surf and still-water bathing; yachting, rowing, fishing, crabbing, and all the popu lar amusements for excursionists. Terms moderate. For particulars address. my2ti-lm M. BORSART, Propr. rpHE WINDSOR HOTEL, Liberty, Va. j i. .gy The Peaks of Otter, the highest mountains in Vir finia, and the Blue Ridge, are only a few miles distant rom this place, and in full view. W ater on every floor, which is supplied from the base of the trreat Flat Top Mountain. Hot and Cold Baths, Ac. All the comforts of a home. Livery Stable ui rear of the premises. my2t>-lin Address W. H. MOSBi, Proprietor. The aldine, cape may. n. j., decatuiTstT first house iron, the beacn, open for the^ t s ^ season 1887. Strictly first-class. Correspond ence solicited. THEO. MUELLER, Prop. mv24-10w WASHINGTONIANS' FAVORITE RE-1 sort. River View House, Oxford, Md.,r ?tiring and summer resort, open for guests; 1 rates $25 to $40 |>er month. Circulars, address ROW LAND HILL Steam yacht, sail boats, bathimr, row ing, riding, driving, Ac. my21-lm RESSON SPBING8, PENNA. MAIN LINE PENNA. RAILROAD. Li On top of Allegheny Mountains. THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE Will open JUNE 25. Parlor and sleeping cars from all points East and West For circulars,4c., address WM. R. DUNHAM, my21-78t _ Superintendent, Cresson, Pa. \*TAVERLY HOUSE?TtLANT1C~CITY; A ? ,T IT N. J. Oi*n All the Year. Y|fM|Y Hot and cold Sea Baths; St'am He.it. JUlJtSaL my0-3m MRS. JNO. L BRTan 1. rilHE CHALFONTE, ATLANTIC CITY, N ? 1 J. Many new improvements, including' passenger elevator. - r il [my7-3m] E. ROBERTS & s(^ ns. THE ARAN dale, N EAREST SPRINGS hotel; BEDFORD, pennsylvania, W ill open .MAY 25, Enlarged and newly fur-' nislied for the season of 1887. Location un- ?4 surpa.-sed. Terms moderate. Send fur circular. myjy-lin* A LSI 1' tc SMITH. \V ETHE R 1T.1Z * 4 OCEAN END KENTUCKY AVE^ AtianTic City, N. J. Renovated anil KelurnisheiL Excellent Sanitary ar rangeiuents. P. O. Box 1030. M. J. ECKER'i', <24-lm&Jel-2na t Formerly of the Radnor). LOCKWOOI) HOUSE HARPER'S FERRY,, W. Va. (55 miles from Washington). ' Hiifh elevation a:nontr the mountains, free from malaria and moaquitoH. Sprinifbeds. l ive min utes drive from B. and O. depot. Board second to none. Terms?<t? per week; children, U years, half price. m> l7-i$iii Miis. S. E. LoVETT. Propr. The elkton BV THE SEA. P. O. Box 700. mhl-lm.myl-2m THE REVERE. ATLANTIC CITY', N J.. Park Place, Opposite Brighton. Sanitary arrangements periect. mhl-2m,jul-lm M. DAY. _ MORRELI. HOUSE7 HARPER'S FERRY, W VA. JOHN McARTHUR, Proprietor. A X summer boarding specialty. Special rates to families. my2S-lm* ? ' ' OTEL HENLOPEN, A~TTT REHOfiOTII BEACH, DEL. Through exi ress trains daily. Opens June 25th. J. T. THOMPSON, Proprietor. myl2-2m rpHE VICTORIA, OCEAN END SOUTH * X X Caroliua ave.. Atlantic City; thoroughly T renovated, heated, gas, etc.; hot ami cold sea water baths; is NOW OPEN. M. W ILLIAMS. mlO-2'm THE WASHINGTON GROVE- HOTEL. A i Open JUNE 1 for the reception ofy^fkW guests. Homelike and quiet. Excellent Table Fnrerplenty of shade and good water. C;.mp Ground aflords de lightful r^lnnous and social advantages. Terms: $25 to !*;io per month. Inquire of Mrs. LA FETRA, at Temple Hotel. myti-2iii Monterey hotel-blue ridge summit pxx FRANKLIN COUNTY, PA. A . . A t>< miles northwest of Baltimore, 2;* hours, 1,500 feet elevation 1 !? 'ttfe I W ILL BE OPENED JUNE 20TH. Fine scetiery and pure air and water. For terms, etc., address W M. W. POW ER, Manager, late of Dela ware W ater Gap House, Pa. my5-4in \T ERMONT HOUSE, VERMONT AVE., aTT Ik Atlantic City, N.J. Unobstructed Ocean T <^4# View. oi>en All the Year. x- 'Tt? L ap 1 -3m M. E. COMPTON. V LOOHBOF.HLER'S CITY PARK i.1 ? New York ave. and 1st st? Washintrton. D. C. Bt-autifully situated, overlooking the city. A. ? A with lanre grounds, shade trees, Ac. Recently ? T r<'fitted in every wa>, and many improve lueuts added, making it the most suitable place tor Picnics, Excursions, Social Reunions, and Pleasure Parties. Bowlintr Alleys, Shouting Galleries, Music Stsuds. 4c. A latve Bur, with a selection of W ines of all kinds. Choice LiquorC Bver, Cigars, *c. Also a grand Ball Room and Pavilion. W ith ail Assoi-iations, Loilires, Verems. and others who may desire these beautiful grounds I am prepared to offer most liberal terms. ap21-3ui N. LOCHBOEULElt, Proprietor. ORKNEY SPRINGS. SHENANDOAH CO.. A . . A Va. P'auquier White Sulphur Springs. y liiuquier Co., Va. B< thof these popular re-Ji^iaBii aurts will be open for the reception of guests JUNE 1st. Terms reduced. Circulars giving ratea and attrac tions can 1* obtained at Shafer's Mineral Water Dei>ot; Kcheller & Stevens, cor. Hth and Pa. ave. n.w. H. CABELL MADDL Xl Proprietor. R. G. BURKE, Chief Clerk. Riggs House, M'g'r. a30-3m PENNHURHT. MICHIGAN AVE., NEAR l*acific, Atlantic City, N. J. House en tirely new; situated near ocean; modern Jni- ? j rovementa, heated for apring guests. P. O. Rox . mr~' 3m JAMES HOOD /Continental, \_y Atlantic ave., oetweeri Vermont and Rhode Island aves. Foil ocean view. P. O. Box 44. AkJMt myti J. H. HUGILL (late of Gilsey) VVTISDSOR SULPHUR^SPRINGS, BLUE T? Ridge ie?rion, W. M. R. R.; reasonable charges; circulars at W ttherbee A Co.'s, 1015 , Penn. ave.. or addreaa, A. M JELLY,Now Win myl6-3m 1ATARACT HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, yN. J. New York ave., near Pacific. Free bus to all trains. Rates, $2.o0 to $:<.00per?a day. J. M. CR1NNIAN. mhl5-lm Je ^ENATEHOUSE, PACIFIC AVE., ATLAW Otic City, N. J. Ocean front. Thoroughly heated. Now open. Oppoaito Light House and new Iron Pier. U. B. COOK . mhl5-lm Jel-lm *kpOYAL," .n .v. Kcnt'?cky ava., near Pacific. Open1 all thejrear Atlantic City, N. J. 4 mnl9toapl, y, l-2m_ H. H. G( ^ iCME," OCEAN END, KENTUCKY, A ive., Atlantic City, N. J. P O Box' If th' forzDerlyj?ju of the Engleaide. apl-lm Jei-2nl ]?BBITT HOUSE, CAPE MAY. N. J., OP New Columbia; newly furnished; modern improvements; full ocean view - near 4 hot and cold aeawater hatha. S. W. GoLt. m SUMMER RESORTS. 0\ ERLOOK MOUNTAIN HOUSE. Finest location in the Catskill Moun tains. Open June 29. For circular* and in formation addres* Jel4-lm auui \\TATER GAP HOUSE, DELA " WATER GAP, Pa.-A delightful mer resort in n.e. Pa., 7)4 hours from Wash ington by Pa. R.R. L. W. BBODHKAD. j Bright house! ~ REHOBOTH BEACH. DELAWARE. . 1&87 opens JUS^ 15. Pennsyl- aj-m ? vania Railroad access direct to the Hotel. CircuffilTl WAlIEB ^."Sr/oi THE KENSINGTON. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y? union Ave. opposite Coxurress Sprintr Park. Location of Unsurpassed Beauty. The Garden Spot of Saratoga. ?OPENS? SATURDAY, JUNE 18. ._ - PAUL C. GRENING. Proprietor. The waverly. ~ ] BEACH END, OCEAN PATHWAY \ ^im OC^AN GROVE, N.J. ^ "mHE MADISON HOUSE" 18 BEAUTIFULLY JL situated. Modern improvements, in- i eluding gas, bath and electric bells Lawn! tennis court. Oiien from June to October. E.. GA 1E, Asbury Park, N. J. Box 595. 3 WILBURTON-BY-THE-SEaI SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J, ureatly en.arged and improved. Season June to October. .... _Je6-lm R. K. LETCH Wok JJ^ONMOUTH HOUSE, ~~ SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J? WILL open JUNE 25. For terms or other informaslon, address L. W. MALTBY, Monmouth House. Jal0-26t Or, Hotel Lafayette. Philadelphia. rjlENlH SEA80N. TENTH SEASON^ hotel colum^ta! OCEAN BEACH, N. Open from June to October. For circular, terms, &c? address my20-lm FRED. E. FOSTER ^LLEGHANY SPRINGS. ~ 'atvest. moRt popular and fashionable resort in the mountains of Vir- a .a ? i1 ?Pen JUNE 1st. Having-been re-' furnished since last season with handsome new furniture of best quality, it offers attractions noi b,y ">7 watering-place in the mountains o Allwnany W?t?r is recommended by the Med ical Society of Virginia for Dyspepsia in all its forms, removing Biliousness and Constipation with natural o ^ na and curintf Insomnia; in fact, aclf^r torpid liver86"868 **** from a dtr,^6d L^rDC^.lu^o^^?^mPPly t0 PURCELL. 1pR i? c- A- COLhOUN, Proprietor, _ J?'1?) Alleghany Springs, Va. rjlHE MANSION, ~ THE LARGE8T AND MOST CONVENIENTLY tl ^ LOCATED HOTEL , Elegantly Furnished and Liberally Managed ' OPEN ALL THE year. A Thoroughly Heated, Lighted and Ventilate^ . CHARLES McLADE, ap!6-4m * Atlantic City. Hotel dennis, atlantic city, n j~open all the year. Passenger elevator, hot and j cold sea water batbs: laive suu parlors lacing-1 the^sea. BORTON * MARSHALL, Proprie-^ Jordan white sulphur springs! \ a. Descriptive pamphlets at Star office. ? liiggs House, Milburn's, 1429 Pa. ave., and Springs. Jordan Springs P. O., Va. E. C J myll-4m EDUCATIONAL. WANTED-BY A YALE MAN AN ENGAGEMENT for coming school year as private tutor, to tit for college or w th backward pupil; willing to travel. Ad dress PUI\ AI'E TU icR, Star office. Jel8-?fctu2m* \V ashington~academy~ OF TELEGRAPHY * " !??*? removed from Capitol Hill to 631 F st. n w ro<ms i. ft and 9. ocl8-9m* SESSION OF NORWOOD INSTI *-_?1 will open Wed::esdey. June 30. at Norwood I. O.. Nelson Co., \ a.; a children's department will be formed with FRENCH, tlie language of the school. Jel7-lm* Guarantee to teach any one to make a liie-size crayon portrait in 15 lessons; no knowl edge of drawing necessary. J. W. REYNOLDS. Room II, May Building, <th and Ests. n.w. my25-lm* JJEEKSKILL (N. Y.) MILITARY ACADEMY. Send for catalogue. 60 pages. Je6-eo.39t SPRING AND SUMMER SESSIONS. DEPARTMENT Ol S'l ENOGRAPHY AND TYPE W RTTI NO, 1- * * 8PENCERTAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, national Bank of Republic Building, southwestcorner . th and D ?ts. n.w., Washington, D. C. Students prepared for Amanuensis work in from tnree to five months. All Brandies of type-writing thoroughly taught. Shorthand Dictation Classes, for speed practice, open to writers of all systems. Day and Evening sessions Call or send for circulars. Telephone call 874-2. my21-lm Summer Classes" IN ELOCUTION AND ORATORY TUITION AT HAEFe RATES FOB" SUMMER Third Department, ELOCUTION and ANALYSIS; v J'UYSI?AL HARMONY and GESTI RE; Fifth Department, ORATORY. 1 he Summer Course of Three Months consists of 65 Lessons. WGotland PLEASANT*10 10? in "d Summer circulars mailed FREE on application. THE MARTYN COLLEGE OF ELOCUTION, 313 6th st. n.w., Half a block east of City Post-Office. my21 MARTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ~? aIul c* K" URN"Eli, Proprietors, _. 313 6th st. n. w., near city post-office. The highest standard Business College in America. Book-keeping .Business Arithmetic, Theory, Practical, and Banking Departments. Day and Evening ses sions. Prof. C. K. URNER, M.A., CLE.. Principal! Fif teen years' experience. Mort! than*12,000 graduates in successful business. Pupils prepared for the Civil Service examinations. Please call or send for Cir ?j,lars- mh3-6m CPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE IN COM^ k modious halls, 111 National liank of the Republic Ltulding, Kouthwest corner of 7th and D streets. 'tV ?, V a11" ("""dilutes always in demand. * oiiiii ai rx.oiiuni>, oieiJojrra]?iiy and Type-YVr 1 ay ai,<i eveumir sessiuiis S> a. in.; u p Ui J Illustrated Circular free. Tilephonp crall"K74?2. Mn. SARA A. SPENCER. Yicc^Prhich'S^^mnU ^HE BEltLlTZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGE^ 1 723 14TH ST. N. W? And all other princij al cities. fleoooTilzed as superior to all other similar In<rt!tn tiuiiF. I uexcelled advantages for learniiiif cowfr SATION. Best ol native teachers, lee extren.elv low NEW TERM now for Ladies, Gentlemen ^d^'hiT: drt n. Tnal lessons free. Every Saturday LECTURES free to pupils Apply to the school lor programs and aduiit-sion cards. Ja'JT PRIVATE LESSONS IN ALL GRADES OF ttudy; to adults confidential: prepares foi colletra. all examinations. se-M l\j IN81I1UTE. s.w. cor. Sth auu K sts. n.w. LADIES' GOODS! 17 ON BRANDIS. "17 mkAili/iO. f Millinery :ai<l Dressmaking Parlors?Mr.Von Bran dis now supenntends the Dressmaking Department wheie he is assisted by Mme. Von Brandis. He guar antees the ladies a i>erfect fit and work. Are sell Vnr imported Bonnet at one-half of oost. Orders filled at shortest notice. 1229 Penna. ave., over Jacobs Jell-lm 46TikK ? ^Xn ,A KEW?AIL-POLISH. SOLD , ?*-?."> Scheller & Stevens, Ihompson, and Simms vVV^PIt^n "}p01?iWunt ?^ple write to "THE LOKA r LhL It CO.." P. O. Box .>37. J6-lm* i IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OK TRIMMED BONNETS and HATS. we are offering them at GREAT BARGAINS. ALL COLORED STRAWS AT ACTUAL COST. Parties leaving the city will find the very latest styles in Dress and Shade Hats for Country and Sea side wear, at MRS. M. J. HUNT 1309 F streetp.w. Mlle. M. J. Prandl 1309 F STREET NORTHWEST. LATEST PARISIAN MODES IN FINE FRENCH HAIR GOODS. RUSSIAN BANGS. RHEA WAVES. Always in order by Plain Combing. _Hair Dressed and Bangs Shingled. my31-lm* A NTON FISCHER'S DRY CLEAN!N(f~KHTi51 av-amst moth. Blankets and Curtaius of al^kfnds cleaued reasonably. Goods cOled for and delivered Nochargelor storage^ myl? M V, KANE,507 11TH ST.N.W.?CORSETSMAIYR ? to order. A perfect fit guaranteed Also * foil ters. Gold Paint, Metalica, Toys, LiiUr^Fli^ Sheet iA^c8^cUl French Tissue^Pk^ mhiy-yin J.JAY GOULD, 421 9th st. MISS ANNIE K. HUMPHREY, 430 IOth 8T N W Corset" to order in every style and' mat? Patent 8honl(ier Braces, and all Dress Reform Onmt. French Coreeta and BuSlSu Ooodi, ^Children n Corsets and a $1 Corset (Miss fiiske) that for the price is * own N.B?French. German and Spanish spoken. mr!4 FINANOfAiT " t* RINCE & WHITELY, , STOCK BROKERS, ISOFifthaVe, } York. r- ch on R?aw H. H. DODGE, RasidMit Quotations of Stocks and Bonda ?a?_. garding the markets receiv^ thL stantly, direct from the New Yoi^SSK- ? . in. All ordera executed *2 J. Cement, Plaster, Pitch, iwi ?t?h??, Ch?l Itlephous ttlti-LJ. PROPOSALS. Proposals fob constructing asphalt WAT.IT SI Omci or Pubuo Buildings and omuxm. No. 1700 Pa. avx^ Washington, D. C., June 20.1887. Sealed Proposals, In duplicate, will be received at this office until NOON. WEDNESDAY, JULY TWEN TIETH, 1887, lor constructing Asphalt Walks in the Public Grounds. Forms and specifications can be ob tained at this office. The United States reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. JOHN M. WILSON. je30j21.28.23j7l8.18 Colonel D. 8. Army. PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING MISCELLA NEOUS SUPPLIES, tc.-U. s. Coast and geo detic scbvet Office, Washington. D. C., June 17th, 1887.?Sealed Proinjsals will be received at this office until TWO O'CLOCK P. M.. of MONDAY, JUNE TW ENTY-8EVEN, 1887. for furnishing miscella neous supplies for the useof the Coast and OeodeUe Sur vey office, in such quantities as may be required from time to time during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1888, Including: Chemicals, Grocer's Sundries, Car penter Shop Stock, Lumber, Zinc, Ice. Purchase of W aste Paper, Ac., Jtc. Proposals of only actual and responsible dealers In the articles will be accepted and awards will be made, item by item, to the bedC bidders for each item. The prices proposed must in clude the delivery of the articles at the Coast and Geodetic Survey Office free of all charges for packing, hauling' <>r freight. Blank forms for proposals will be furnished upon application ts the undersigned. The right to waive defects and to reject any or all bids is reserved. Envelopes containing proi>osals should be marked "Proposals for Miscellaneous Supplies," and addressed to F. M. THORN, Superintendent. Je20,22*24-3t Proposals for stationery. Department of the Interior, Washington, D. C., June 16.1887. Sealed Proposals will be received at this Department until TWELVE O'CLOCK M., MONDAY. JULY 11, 1887. for furnishing Stationery for the Department or the Interior during the fiscal year commencing July 1, 1887. Proposals must be made on the Department forms which, with the necessary instructions, will be furnished on application to this Department. _ L. Q. C. LAMAR, Je20-2aw-5t Secretary of the Interior. US. NAVY PAY OFFICE ? Washington, D.C., June 4.1887. Sealed Proposals, in duplicate, endorsed "Proposals Ordnance," will be received at this Office until NOON*. JULY SECOND. 1887, for articles to be delivered at the Ordnance Department of the Navy-Yard, Washing ton, D. C.. free of any expense to the Government, and subject to the usual inspection and conditions,viz: Requisitions?No. 28^, Cement; 283, Broken Stone, and Sand; 284. Files: 285, Nails, Sheet Zinc, and Shutter Pivot*; 286. Iron for Roof Trusses, Anchor Bolts, &c? and for Glazing; 287, Pine Timber, and 288, Pine Lumber. Proposals must be made on official forms furnished (with schedules, giving details), by this Office. The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids, and bids only from "manufacturers of, or regular dealers in, the arti cles which they offer to supply," will be considered. ResiH>nsible persons must guarantee the prompt and faithful execution o( contract, and the competency of the guarantors must be certified to before a United States officer. THOS. H. LOOKER, Pay Director, U. S. N? Je6-law4w Navy Pay Agent RCHITECT'S OFFICE U. S. CAPITOL, Washington, D C.. June 18,1887. PROPOSALS FOR ROLLED IKON BEAMS, BRICKS, LIME, CEMENT AND SAND. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office until TWELVE M , JUNE THIRTIETH, 1887. for such qualities of the above named materials as may be re quired for the completion of the terraces ana grand stairways at the U. S. Capitol. A schedule and specifi cations may be seen at this office. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. EDWARD CLARK. Jel8-s,m,wtoJe30 Architect U. S. CapitoL GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE^ Washington, D C., June 15,1887. NOTICE TO BOILER MAKERS. Sealed Proposals will be received at the Office of the Public Printer, Washington, D.C., until TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON, TUESDAY. JUNE TWENTY EIGHTH, 1887. for the tumishin? of one Mur's Pat ent Triple Return Tubular Boiler, including all Fittings. Parties bidding on this Boiler must make terms with the patentee. Plans and specifications can be seen at this Office. Projiosals must be endorsed "Proposal for Boiler," and addressed to the undersigned. The riifht to reject any or all proposals is reserved. TH. E. BENEDICT, Jel6,18,20,22,24 Public Printer. PROPOSALS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF BEN NINGS' ROAD. Office of thx Commissioners, Washington, D. C.. June 15. 1887. Sealed Proposals will be received at this office until TWELVE O'CLOCK M.. of SATURDAY, JUNE TWENT i'-FIFTH 1887, for improving the Bennings' Road. Blank Forms of Proposals and Specifications can be obtained at this office upon application therefor, to gether with all necessary information, and only bids upon these forms will be considered. 1 he right is reserv ed to reject any and all bids or parts of bids. WILLIAM LUDLOW, Jel5-6t Engineer Commissioner, D. C. FAMILY SUPPLIES. X T * 1 ' * s OLIVE OIL, Flrs' Pressing. Choicest F0R T*BLE USE. *>7 w- BVRCXell. *32o F St. Potato Chips. These are goods that speak for themselves In our establishment. Always fresh and crisp, always brown and attractive, never burned or underdone and alwayB properly seasoned. Our retail sales alone have reached as high as Four Barrels in a single day, which of course pre cludes the question of stale potato chips with us. Groceries?No Liauor. ELPHONZO YOUNGS CO'S., Je3 428 Ninth st. n.w. N OTICE TO GROCERS AND HOUSEKEEPERS. BEWARE OF ANY IMITATION OF CCC F.EE RRR FEE RSSo C C E R R F. S * C FE RRR FE BSS?j CCE RRE s 3 ?, CCC EEE R R EEE BSSs ? THE CELEBRATED MINNESOTA PATENT PROCESS FLOUR. It Is without a doubt the most BEAUTIFUL and the most NUTRITIOUS Flour in the world. The Millers have not only the most perfect mill, containing as it does all the most improved Machinery Invented up to the present time, but they produce Flour UNSURPASSED by any mill in the world. To prove that, we would simply state that a large quantity of this magnificent Flour is shipped annually to Europe and eaten at the principal courts of the old world. HOWEVER, Like everything else that has gained renown, some person or persons are trying to take advantage of the reputation It haa attained by imitating the Name and Brand, and attempting thereby to palm off an inferior article for the genuine. THEREFORE, Be sure and see to it that either saka or barrels read "CERES ,*? And have the imprint of TWO GOLD MEDALS attached. None genuine without the two gold medals. W. M. GALT k CO., f21 Wholesale Flour and Grain Dealers. BOOKS, <fec. Books for summer reading. Pocket Libraries, Csssell's National Library, at 10 cents per volume. Other good and cheap books. Good Croquet Sets, from one to four dollars. Paper and Envelopes, from the finest to the cheapest. C. C. PLRSELI* Bookseller, Jell 418 9th st n. w. rjAHE RECENT PAST FROM A southern A Standpoint, by Bishop Wiliner. American Commonwealths?Connecticut, New York, Maryland, Michigan, and others. ^Abraiiam, Joseph, and Moses in Egypt, by Rev. W. A. Pqpula'rLectures on Theological Thernea, by Rev. A. A Hodge, D. D. Who is John Noman ? by Chas. H. Beckett WM. BALLANTYNE & SON, m27 428 Seventh street W. H. Lowdermilk & Co, 1424 F street Washington, D. 0, Have the most extensive collection of STANDARD, CHOICE, RARE and OUT OF PRINT BOOKS to be found in this country. Their house is a book-lover's paradise. LIBRARIES APPRAISED AND purchased sp5-3ia WOOD AND COAL. Buy Your COAL AND WOOD FROM ? JOHNSON BROTHERS. The moat extensive dealers In the District Supply more families than any firm south of New York. Tele phone connections. Main Office 1302 E street northwest Branch Offices and Yards: 1515 Seventh street north-vest 1740 Pennsylvania avenue northwest 221 Pennsylvania avenue aouthsast 1121 Ninth street northwest. 603 Pennsylvania avenue northwest Corner of Third and K streets northwest Wharves and Railroad Yard: dl Twelfth and Water streets southwest THE TRADES. Book" Manufacturers. oc 13 420 and 42211th at n.w. Gibp^c?Fc0atlhh2ok AND JOB PRINTER* 1238 Pennsylvania avenusb Washington, D.GL Vine Printing a specialty. JalO PROFESSIONAL. TEZXfl ALL THE XTXBTS Of _ leant . i streets northweat Jel.4-J.irt* RAILROADS. gALTIMORE AND OHIO Schedule in effect. SUNDAY. JUNE 19*. 1887. until f?'?? - '? Washington from Stttioi corner of We* ja*? sey svenue andCstreet For Chicwo, 10:55 us. ud 040 p.m. daily, with keeping care. The lo1ioa.m.ia iiSTiforRttebui*end Chicago,ar o -3^ *unr ** 8:30 PJU-Chicago next morn fast u me. extra fere le chaired on thli tnta for _ ??1lc^1"Vlt1' Louisville end St. Louis daily at 115 ot Pm? With through coaches and Palace Sleeping^ Cars to Cincinnati end St. Louie without pm- '? ? '*?* limited trein to Cincinneti Tin in Cincinneti next morning et UUe trein forfaat UmS.m' d-^Sfon vF,,at 1? 55 *=?? 8 :W p.m. daily to Sii^?I*A.ClevelJ!nd Md Detroit, with Parlorand Sleeping Cere to Plttebunr. ?XM^tsS&S?0 "* hoc*> 8utto?* 10:10 aon. delly. letohhi.VX? Orece, Kewerk. Wilmington end Phiia ^cr,nsund,T0r" ^ WUmiB?ton-' Heyi* <*e 9"**. 81ng*rty and tntermedlete p?vn'*,Iji : 1? P-m. dally, except Sunday. o.^ on week daye, 6, 6 30, 6:40,7:3a SsiSi'&n3:15 (45-minute iSd ilfio^).m ' 4 35-4 :40'^ ^ 6:45.7:3a 8 : 25 ?5??^UinSS#,0!U8?,&'7? 6 3a 7 30. 8:30 end 8:25a?;3<?p:?1:30, 4:30, 44?-*30' 6.45, ei40 ?a<J 8:30 ul end 12:10 and San day 8 30 a.m.. 4:40 o.m. ^ yin o ?m between Washington and Baltl. ??P^,5V,?:40- 8 30 a.m., 12 :10 tun, 3:30, 4 40. 6 45 1 fn rt:29p"*5'if>9?iJuncUy 8:30??m. end 1:30. 3:30, a1:30 pim\ For ?t?*lone on Metru.^U ~L 8-45 ajn daily. except Sunday, and 5^30 ?sn.wi P* ti?ne only; 4:40p.m. daily, ex Sh&3^w?ytf? r P???pal etetlone on Metropolitan ~*??- 10:10 ajn. daily; on Sunday etope et all etotiona. For Gaitherabuiw and intermediate pointe S?>^S-r12;S? Jexce5* Sunday, 5.35 and 11:2 5'SS" i !y" K2T ??yd sand intermediatestation* 11 rJO dail>- Church train leavea Washington on 8unday ?i??,fn i> r'-ttL. BtoyMpinir at all stations on Metiv S^I^?ii?rInc ForJ"?darick 10:10 a.m. and4:40 pjn. daily, except Sunday. oertSu^v toWn 10:10 "???* 6:30 pan.daily,ex l:15,?d4^0pf~m *"Wm* ^re:20.7:20 Lbl. ^rom Doinu on Shenandoah Valley R.R. 1:15 p.m. rf.f?^Pl^n*5e-lDh'*? ?*??. Wilmington and Ham deGrace, 10:4o a.m? 3:0or.m. and 9:30 p.m. dally. I>om Havrei de Grace. Singerly and intermediate point* north of Baltimore, 10:00 a.m. "S&5."r "d v"w B^~d-615 ST??1. i^derick and Intermediate pointa, 8:25 a. m. and 8 :1? p. m. daily except Sunday. _ Trains leave Baltimore for Waahimrton at 5-10 S-.m / :30, 9:00, 9:05, 10:00 and 10:30 a. m ,12-15 2-15. 3, 4:lo.6.0. o lio. 7:45. 8 30 and 11 .-00 p!m.? on Sunday*. 6 ;30. 9, 9:05 and 10 a. m., 1:20, 2: 16, 4-'l5. 6=W.?:30. V:45, 8:30 *"d 11:00 p.m. * * All tnuxi8 from Washington stop at BaU? station, except 1:25,3:16,4:^0 rTm. 7 Uon> n^^U^4er J?forSaHon app1^ atthe Baltimore and Ohio Ticket office, \taahin*ton station. 01? and 1351 S?,I?^?'iv?nla/ve,nue- corner 14th atreet, where ordeil will be taken for baffifatfe to be checked and received at any point in the city. W. M. CLEMENfi C. K. LORD. Q. P. A. ___ Manager, Baltimore. PERCY O. 8M1TH? Paaa'r Ajr*t,Waahington. Je20 PltOMONT AIR LINE, in ?8S?e<\?letlnJeffect ,*une 5th?1887 ,Tenn- Mail Dally for Warrenton. Gordonarille, Charlottesville. Lynchburg and SUtiona between Alexandria and Lynchbui*. Blue Rid?re rifiiilf8' ? le?heny 8PrtnK*. Bristol. KnoxMlle, Rome. Calera, Moutgromerj- aud New Orleaua. Pullman Sleeiter \\ aahiugton to New Orleans. wAl,, Daily for Warrenton, Char lotteavUle. Gordonsville, SUtione Chea. & Ohio Route, Lj uchburtr. Rocky Mount. Danville and Stations be ^T,ur^.V?0I1i^lU?^an'i?I>aIlviile? O^enaboro, Raleitrh, Charlotte, Atlanta, Birmingham, Monuromerj*. New Orleans, /exaa and California. Pullman Sleeoer New v ' ^connection with Pullman Sleepers Atlanta to New Orleans, and Mann Boudoir Sleepers for Birmingham, \ icksburg and Shreveport Solid trains_Washington to Atlanta. 2:3j> P. M.?Daily except Sunday for Straaburx and intermediate Stations. r?rM p-.,^L?^e"tfrn Kxpreaa Daily for Warreuton, Gordonsville. Charlottesville. Louisville, Cincinnati re80r<? on and near Line of Chea. and Ohio i Pv'lll?nn Sleejjers and Solid Trains Waahing ton to Louisville; also for Lynchburg, Bristol. Cbatta noo?ra, >Iemphis, Little Rock and all Southwestern awMcEsr1 8,~m" to MontKomery, connectin* with Pullman Parlor Cars Montgomery to New Orleana Pullman Sleei>era Wash injpton to A uguata without change. iT,irtin<???o"?"^jDSjon and Ohio division leave Wash lngloti^ J:l? A. M.. Daily except Sunday, and 4-45 P M. Daily; arrive Round Hill 11:37 A. M. and 7:10 P l Ieave KouIid hill 0 05 A M. Daily, and 8:30 Al M. and^sT^M1111^' Throuv-h trains from the South via. Charlotte, Dan ville and Lynchbuiy, arrive in Washington S: 10 A. M. s jf-.M.; via. Laat Tenn.. Bristol and Lynch B 10:4^ M- and 9:40 P.M.; Via. Chee and Ohio Route and Charlottesville at 9:40 P. M Struts burv Local at 9:47 A. M. sle,ePiu* Car reservation and information furnished, and txuoni^e checked at office 001 Pennsyl iiSl'r f m,1j ^"seiiger Station, Pennsylvania Kailroad. 0th and B streets. JAS. L TAYLOR. 1 General Pawoentrcr Airent. mHE GREAT "" JL PENNSYLVANIA. ROUTE TO THE NORTH, \NEST AND SOUTH U' ihit DOUBIJE TKACK! m _ SPLENDID SCENERY81 "AILS. ^rEMAOM*ICENT8EQUIP.VIENr Trains leave asuington from SUUon, corner of Sixth *? .t?? . aud B ?treet8, as follows: ^ w,boUr?v8iUd the VVest, Chicago Limited Express ?? Cars at H-n(? A. M. dally Fast .Uw'^: - - '"lyto Cincinnati and St. Louis. Cars from Harmburg- to Cincinnati. l" l-"001? daily, except Saturday 151 th Sleeping Car Pittsbuiv to Chicago' Can V\ aahinrton to Chicago and St Louis, and Har risb with Pacific Kxpress, 10 00 P. M. dally tor Httsbuiw throng-h Sleeper Harruburir to For AND ^TOMAC RAILROAD, in nn P*1fB^,U(fu% Rochester. Buffalo, Nianra, 10.00 P. M. daily, except Saturday, with Palace Cars Washington to Rochester. For V llliainsport. Lock Haven and Elmir*. at B-50 A. M. daily, except Sunday. ri?aT, East.7:25. 9:00,11 00,and 11:4') A.M. 2:00. 4:lu. 10:0" and 11:20 P M On 1 in^yt 9V,?? rV ?/ f M., 2:00. 4:lu, 10:00 and ri^oinV hx?of Pullman Parlor Cars, 0:40 A M. daily, except Sunday, and 4.00 P. M. daily, with Pennsylvani i It.R. dininir <-ars For Boston without chaiure, 2:00 P. M. every day ' i3!^0vH-?.u' .'kV' ^ throug-h trains connect at Jers*-) City with boate of Brooklyn Annex, afford iiiK direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding'double ? iernageacross New York City. ^ 8 For Philadelphia, 7:25, 9:00 1. .00. and 11:40 A M. S^O.f.iiUTOO, 10:00 aud 11:26 P.M. On Sunday 4:1"' H:()0- ?a ?11:^0 P. M. Limited Express. 9:40 A. 1L w?v?k dfn'i"14;00P. M.daily, with Pennsylvania K.R. For Balttaorel 6:35, 7:25.9:00. 9:40. 9:50. 11 00 aiul 11:40 A.M.. 12:0>. 2:00,4-00. 4-10 4 2L 4:4<^ 6 -00, 8:10, 10:00 and li:20 P.M." On Sun day, 9:00. 9:.>0, ll:4(t A. M. 2:00 4 00 4 :10, 6:0d, 8:10, 10:0<i and 11:20 P.M. For Pope's Creek Line, 7:25 A.M. and 4:40 P.M. daily. except Sunday. " For Annapolis. 7:25. 12:05 A.M.. and 4:20 P.M.. dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9:00 A.M. 4:10 ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG RAIL A*D ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON KAlLnUAi/. For Alexandria, 6:00, 6.45, 8 40. 9:47, 10 57 A.M 12:0.4 ?.<*>% ~:0o, 4:25, 4:35. 6:01, 8:05, 10:0a and 11:37 P.M. On Sunday at 6:00. S:40, 9:47. 1H: .7 A.M.. J .(0.0:01 ft.uo,and 10:05P.M. For Richmond and the South, 6:00. 10 5TA.M. daily. _ and 4:35 P.M. daily, except Sunday. Trains lMve Alexandria for Washington. 0:05 8:0a 9:10, 10:lo, 11:07 A.M.; 1:20. 3:00. 3:23, 5:10, <:0o, 9:32 and 10:42 P.M., and 12:15 midnight Mondav). On Sunday at 8:00. 9:10. and 11:0/A.MLj 2:0?,5:10.7:05, 9:32,10:42P.Mand 12:15 night. _ TickeU and informaUon at the office, northeast cor Her of 13th street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station, where orders can be left for the checking of baggage to destination from hotels and residences. t t> nr/inn _.pHA8-E- PUGH, General Manager. J. R. WOOD. General Paaaengrer Agent. my 16 POTOMAC RIVER BOATS. [ORFOLK AND FORTRES8 MONROE. ~ going aud returning. Fi dining-room on main deck. Staterooms secured and baggage checked at 619, 13:>1 Penii. ave., Lloyd's Express Offices and on steamer. Telephone call?94. myl3-6mo OTEAMER MATTANO LEAVES 7TH-ST. WHARF p on Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 7 ajn., for Potomac nver landings as far as Mattox Creek. Grind er's wharf, 8undaya down and Wednesdays up. Brent's and Chapel Point, Thursdays down and Mondays and Wednesdays up. G. T. JONES, Ajrent, 7th-st. wharf. JOHN McGAHEE, AiexandHaTva., Agent, inhld "OOTOMAC^TKANSPOKTATION LINE. " The Steamer 8UE, Capt. w. C. Geoghegan, will re sume her trips between BALTIMORE and WASH INGTON and for all landings on the Potomac River, March 1st, leaving Baltimore Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. m. and W aaliington Sunday 4 p. m. Freight re ceived on Saturday only and must be prepaid Apply to STEPHENSON fc BRO., Agents, . 7th Street Whart ? ? <419 10th st. n.w. f26-6m omce. Ulj p?nu. are. n.w. EOR POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS. NEW IRON 8TEAMER "WAKEFIELD" ives 7tlTst..wharf on MONDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATU1U>A\ 8 at 7 ajn. Returning TUESDAYS, FRIDAYS and SUNDAY' pun., touching at River Land ings as far as Nomini Creek, Currioman, Va., and St. Clements Bay, Md. Connects with B. and O. R. R. at Shepherds. See schedule. JOHN R PADGETT, Agt. C. W. RLDLEY, Manager. Ja25 BIRECT TO NEW YORE?FREIGHT STEAMERS JOHN GIB80N and E. C. KNIGHT leave Pier 41. t River, N. Y., every SATURDAY at 4 pjn.; 6th at. wharf, Washington, every THURSDAY MORNING, Freight at lowest ratea. ap4 J?T. VERNON MT." VERNON! STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN Leaves 7th street wharf daily (except Sunday) for Ml Vernon at 10 o'clock ajn. Returning, reaches Waafe ington about 3:30pan. sel6 L. L. BLAKE, Captain. OCEAN STEAMERS. SHORT ROUTE TO LONDON. NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD & 8. 0(X Faat Express Steamers To Southampton (London. Havre). Bremen. _ Saale. Wed.. June 22, 6 aon. Kibe, : Sat., June Xb. Sum Aller, WecU, June 29. noon. Werra. Sat, July 2,3 p.m Euta, Wed., July 6, 6a,m. Eider, Sat, July w, Mam. Comfortable staterooms, exoellent table, luxurtooa saloon appointments. 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Telephone. 34 < -2 >19 SECOND-HAND PIANOS Chickeniur'a from *75 to $400; Ptejriway't fnm 00 to $325: Enabe from $75 to $.'tOO. Harduiaa from $75 to $~*75; other make* from $~5 up. S >hlum eaay monthly installments W. U. METZEROTT A C0l ?11 WQ3 Pa. ave.. near tfunt Do Kot Purchase * UNTIL YOU SEE THE EMERSON PIANO] A thoroughly flrst-claaa inxtrunieut at a medium ^rioa. Over 4L000 now In use Second-hand Pianos and Oinoi at pricea from ?1* to $150. Sold on email inouthlv payuienta Larrest aaaortment at 5-cent Muaic in the city. HENRY EBERBACH. ao24 M15 F at. --?a SEWING MACHINES, &a The Yoi Latest "NEW HOME." SUPERIORITY IN EVERY RESPECT. i acknowledged peer of all Sewityr Machine* T arliea. call at oar olfioe and examine it. 8. OPPENHEIMER A BRO 528 0th at. n.w., St. Cloud Building. Sole Affnti for the New Automatic Family Batto? hole Attachment '** _ THE SILENT AMERICAN HAS BEEN IND^ESt? by hundred* oi people in thia city, whoee oi*nioj? are worth having. For Genuine Testimonials and a brilliant array of namee of Waehlnirtou people who aw.uau* ?t, and who all apeak in one accord thai the 81LLM AMLiucAN (Jot foot and hand power) ia eupenor to anj tluiin ??? produced In the way of mecliantani for eewing. or aitdreee for circular. C. AUERBACH. cor 7tb and H eta. Sole Agency District of Coluui Ma. Telephone 42U-8. . lUnr all kinds. Next door to AOartiach'a Bicycle Bhirt Depot. iujr~8 >8 A SILENT WHITE SEWING hlm. w. Tl. Ms