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The C me* masuwpea ens awse a. ie nmed Mte amer last Nwgm . 2PanT OF TOM ourman TO InenstsATA TN Two mmesearro"I smia-T3 WAGats "OM ea" LsuT ComatN Diaca o "o Tax a to eamIUM La""t uanMU=- aous INS 96191111 or JIFLI. At te meeting of the Citisemer Improeseel Ameedas.m of Thkoma los evening Opre was a kng ta..ad=n" wham Judge Mier, President ethe -----tati-m. e d theasseting to order The -ndie the minutes o the hat a iag sme esmed ferbut as 9 seerery was not psee e at the ast mouting he had no minate to tend. Raseot ON Tax OS einteoW. Chaimaa Maris at the commmittee appointed as a ent meeting submitted his report. He ated that a series of qestions had bee mat to beth Mr. Harrio of the American coempany and Mr. Mellbenny of the Washington Gas Company. The former had answered aD the questions. but the latter referred them to the gewument Inspector. He said that the only quemtion with him was about the time it would hake them to ut down the pipes and put in the mter. Ir. Mcbhany amared them that incompany wei go to work as soon s he weo guaranteed WS subseribers. Concerning the Aeariecan compmy's gas, it was etated that 10 would be farnished for 40 cesto a thousand. and for iaminating purposes the Wellsbach burer would have to be used. The Harris power gas. it was further stated, hid about the mesme heating power as other gas other than the natural power. Chairman Maria stated that in an probability the Harris company will be able to give an idea in about two weeks of the cost of electric lights, the ga to be need to run the machinery. He said that the plant was not yet in operation. as there had been some delay in erecting it, but bheu9t tit would be in operation in a few days. 71hHarris company. he mid. is not running in competition with the Washington as ight Company to furnish iuminating pt their object is to ply it for fuel or purposes. Be eact no promis In view of this statement Mr. Mario was anhed whether the Harris comay would come oat to Tahomsa irrespective what was done and Mr. Mari thought thev would build at Tahoma on the Maryland Aide if nothing was do"e against them. WXSBcSmasW TO nrmCU TER MATT. Judge Miler thought that under such cir emeane it was wholly unnecessary to die es the amatter. Mayer Gilbert sid as he understood the Amerioan i Harris) company wanted to build - e-hibition and not an experimental plant. Mr. Morri. he said, does not claim that the gas Is for other than heating purposes. He thought that the Washangtou Gasn Light Company should be encouraged. Chairman Mari stated that in an interview with President Mclihenny the latter said that Sham he ga mein was laid to Mount Plemant with me many po e takers one man took thS pa. A jua of men went out there one day and the citizens learned that the main was to wenor 11 They e and asked that the work be yed, w Is was done and then mere of them took the gas. "The same might happen here," remarked a member of the assoiation. If they extend the main out here and the people prefer darkness to light." remarked the preding efer, "they ought to take up the ma 3= a farther diseusaion of the Harris a Judge Miller said that at the last meeting the idea was bel out that the ga was all right for m .ing as we as for heating purposes. and it was not until tomight that that idea was Changed. This remanda the matter to where it was befto it was discussed. Judge Miller spin smid he thought the ga eompany had better be 1m4rraged to 'Ct in their pipes and furnish the citleeas wit illuminating gas Mr. mt, representing the gas company, re pested the eder at the company to put in the ma if M persoas could be found who would smene the a. CASThsuU13 11101 dONSrURU. The question of cauvasaing the road for con sme was diseamed and Mr. Hart said he WeuM have it eirealated If possile. ..L lay, as a member of the ihtwood **--,mid that thstamociation started to poemre suhebribers, but their work was stepped whan the Takema =nciation took up the matter as they did. He thought the ga esepany had dome its duty. Niger 8Oart *id that Ifty signture had boum obtained without much trouble. Ja4e Miner mid that under the ciream meee it was merely a quetlem of sambera and he th ght the matter had better be brought to a elme as mm as possile.' Mr. Rart mad he was wiling to go through SO Park and adjacent cousisug the line of So proposed route of the Representatives of twenty hooss in the park were present said they would take the pSa. ean uauron Tn, woearu or m.z. M3etie and discusions were in order, and Mayer Gilbeat's metam to have the pa In the posk befloe the fourth of July w ansi.mmsy mmrtd. It man tai y decidad to hee a committee ot e appointed to assist the representative of h a e a mpany to proca-e the -0-y gig asturen. A soutim to uvite Mr. Hrris to erect his ashma pht in Takaa was The chair appointed Cap. y, Mai. Lewais am Mr. iNer members et the Committee. waTR A"a ewanAGS. Cat. ley maid he had beau inquiring into the qu..n.let putning water pipes alorg Bight weed aveame, and in tht eemnectiom he eag -ete that Takoma Park might be provided with sewerage. The - .teet bach --dwa lSs tm thre ranchthe The meer, ha thought, could be iand~ hatclear with water from the Berthweste and Techal- ealled an Mr. Hailer for aae. item. and ha thought the questom a mnore sne ese thea aaticipeted hy Capst. Lay. He also said that the expms of building. a ewer would he very gei J Aahse in tterested In the qaeatioa of ridof the ofml, and seral suggee iens were mad. comesraing Idate in various Mr. Heutom said tht the mseeting was eailed ger the purpose 01 diseassing iflu--in=aing gas. hut Mt they had gotten to the question of eewer and if It was metoet of order he esM'to ask what had become of the rapid b m rread bilL. JadeMiller said that the rairad bill was In geedsha:e that it was an the Hose calendar and web.In aN prebability, be roehed next Distist day. -Gibert eeed the meeti.g by eaying he hedthe gas main would be baid ln timme to ' eta the new hotel the alet 1Jaly, and te meeting adjourned subjet to the call 0f the eittee. TEm coc:ms. Csar z, Glasnias. Ta --C&ef Iastice Ding Lameand Judges Jenss and Badley. Yesterday-ladepennt lee C.. agt. John ean decree below atrmed; opinion by Jutce &u. (Jgatt agt. Kengia; do.: da. Boulter agt. Haheead: Beberteom agt. eame; Whittle agt. emm. and Themapoum Foust Co. ags. eame eby chief justice: do. Murphy ua. Lych decree igned. Bowlett age. Egpa: time *BIeg seed in supreme court anlargad. MNeday ass. Tem., draf ta et decree sub TdedayMubham ae.Mularper, temy Osme egt. todd; refesmee to auditor. lania me usms: disemusul 01 bill dereed. mee raasei arbegh at. arbagh:do. Aban age. barth: pro comtbina. Jmhma Eudes; E. L. gemidi-- trestee to eearey. UMtlama agt. Neme=; W. Melhame qpeined geerdn adlie. cincurs Counr-JudgeNmfessy edsueday-Dardett agt. Wmw~ui age a.andD. .3.; ameiem e men. Sbr u~esrueseind. & Peidap lnste ashbes.. easeud wam ged at as hes et E~ Myees, 17111 - ts est, and ased he Iave he shalM es as de had smm shpping to do, n. mate -mte and the eh04, aheat a a -d masn and the sher sfgde to ie. ti4mewa temed ever to OneS. eteand e et ar me~ en letsessad Makstehatues. Bim baseitwa e- to ,. Aama thbeU dessmemb amte e e . e huse~ and eatesese~e n. Thbe s s smer9 Demoa -i Be AdmiSes an Cevemmn Be 3 mm . 1pe.e.smee DeWitt Warne msM to a Oras reportinr yeserdy es 0 e 6 Qhe erM &atQe Byraes ecavesue: "It was in ite 1se the yracas e m-eeaies shiem ed eesm ing delo--m- to Chiee. There was seeing for them to do but to chesms a nw nse o* mi farm a entely newdmemtie ersmi radon and mend a eentesting deeatio to Chi e.go. Thi d.eaa- will rpremet do demm. racy of New York and in Wiher daipmem can.." "]t do yoa eimeet am "antmag dmpligms to be admits- to as comentmc." VOSARL ACToN AT C330ann "Yeas, perhape Ae, perhp part, There may be a divided delegation admitted. Ye may be astesihed by what I my, but I tell you that On delegates mat to Chicage by the Febreary som vention will not hold out when itn shown to thee that when they were chosen were mistaken an to the santiment of the democracy of New York. I beoeve that by the time the Chico envention meets there will be no tion to Cleveland in the New York de1m gation. It will be apparent to any man who will look into the metir that no one but Mr. Cleveland can carry New York. Of sema If he should withdraw some other might eary the state, butno one who defeats Cleveland In Go envention can carry New York. PSOLA A"p 20LJTIeIANs. "There is an impression throughout a state that the people want Cleveland and the poE ticians do not want him. This makam an iine between the people and the politicians, and ae awill we to it that they are not defeated. wil let the politicians kdow; that is the Wp" Of it. .Mr. Hill has no following in New York. The following he had an governor was merely made up of the following of other men. AD the fol lowings of al the lead-ru and organizations will be at once placed under bonds to kee7 the peace if Mr. Cleveland is nominated. B nomina tion is the only thing that wil place them nder wich bonds. The interets Won, willempel them to loyalty. "I tell you if the democrats want to be de feated in New York by W0,00U-ay, MW,0.9 let thes nominate any one but Cleveland.' a TUE norS LEFTM BOX. The EperIment eing Triled in Thte Cty and Werkling astsm erfly. The hons letter-box experiment, as it is called. which is now on trial in Washington city, in proving, as in the case of a milar ex pertinent under trial in St. Louis, the entire feasibility of house to howe collections as well as deliveries. The carrier route in Washington, a in St. Looi. was selected by the postmaster, and the requisite number of boxes, 113 in Wash ington and 143 in St. Louis, was immediately put up. They are working quite as well as the most enthusiastic have expected; for in each city the carrier who he the route in question to cover Andi that even under the unfavorable cir cumstances of new mechanism, unfamiliarity with the change. AC., he actually saves time on his regular delivery; that is to g'ay, he collects mail from every door on his route where the little disc shows that there is mail to collect and drops letters in the same boxes where there is mall to be delivered. in the same or in leus time than has heretofore been reaired simply to drop the letters intended for delivery. for ia the delivery alone he frequently lost a qtuarter or more of his time waiting for people to come to their doors for the maiL These waits, of course, have been entirely eliminated, and the time amined is proved snflcient to enable the carrier to make the house to house collections. The Postmaster General proposes to give both the St. LoiA and Washington boxes a test of two or three months, so that there can be no %stion as to the effect of the innovation on carriers' work. and if it is discoveredoa now seems likely, that no time is lost to the carrier. it would be clear that all householders within the limits of free deliveries will be enjoying theme two extra facilities, deliveries at their doors immediately and safely. and collection from them without expense to themselves. exce6pt a dollar or two for the boxes, and without expense to the department. WILL MEE 3EEE NEXT YEAN. Adjoernment at the Presbgteim Gene=al Assenml. The gameral assembly of the Presbyteria church (northeru) closed Its uaion of 1ON at Portland, Oreg., yesterday, and adjourmed to meet next year in New York Avenue Presby terian Church in this city. The Union seminary question was disposed of by the adoption of the following substitute for the committee reports ofered by Dr. Gream of Princeton: "First. That the assembly indormes the in terpretatiom of the compact of 1970 as expressed by the action of 1871. tiecond. That the aesembly declines to be a party to the breaking of the compact with the Union Theological Seminary. "Third. That the assemblv is persuaded that the church should have the direction of and the control over its theological seminaries. "Fourth. That the assembly appoint a com mittee of Afbeen to take in oonsideration the whole subject of relations of the assembly to its theologieal seminaries. confer with directors of those seminaries, and report to the next gen eral assembly such action as. in their judgment, will result in still closer relation between the ssembly and Its memarie than that which at "Flfth. That the sembly diemime the ecea mittee of conference appointed last year, with the heartiest thanks for Its faithfnlnems and hgetappeition of the mervice rendered to The only pert of the majority report which was adopted was that which a speaker had char acterized asprocisimming a boycott on the Union seminary The resolution looking toward arbitration was comidered at length, and was Smally adopted in the forma recommended in the majority's re port.yetra 7 line Irat of interest ysedycn cerned the wor'sl fair in disapoving of the section styled the "Parliament Rteligion." A manes of overtures froms presbvteries and eynods on Sunday opening led to thme adoption of a resolution to the effect that if the fair shall beopneon the tibbath the exhibit of the y'ebterian church shall be offered only on condtio that It be closed on that day. Aresoiationwas adopted earing: --urchnreb holdte that the inspired Word as it came from God is without error. The vow of ordination recognizee that the Bible Is the only infallmbl rule of faith and practieg," and it was recom mended that thnse officers of the church .who have eased to hold this view should seek a eon genial place outside of the denomination with out waiting for discipline. At the afternoon sasion an earnest plea for a deliverance by the aseembly agpinet the practice of Iynching negroes in tis cuntry mst with decided approval. Elder McCook withdrew his statement of a year ago concerning douatlone mnade to Union leminary on the basih of Its doctrinal semad naes, saying that he had no desire t1 wound the feelings of any ameamber or family t" any such demsor, and no Intention of characterizing the intent of ay doner. The committee of conference with theologi cal seminaries was a=nomicd as follows: Drs. Hayeas. Young, Naney, Nutchamore, Mae, Dartlett, Hayley, ilohe, Wisas; Elders Me DougsnB, Cincinnati; McaCk, New York; Grav, legise labr;KoMnepls An amneing scene aecurred upon the intro duction ot res..at--s ealnig the attetiua of mineee. eldens and stadmetste ah s of ci a 'aoco habit. Finafly the r.anldm assed wihashout. I he meual e=eimaey regggig wge asstemblyr the report et its sam mitte. alrady p with respect to Btss ovrthe aoi semiaries ad mel tiednmatter by en overwhaing majasity. The --aesmy remermed the interpreittiomaet the copat f ei -------- by asme a etZ 3i 801; refused to be apattoan ot ahs aapeei m ma sm mittee et Ute to fm t apa with as thirteen sesa of as s ties end voted to arbitrate wietheum dun y uetees the team of r at P hof es im m yerin ahs e ing eammittee en Idams, doa~wnas quens to as e Teesmake a Ths e of n eut l uesn s meset weeg en to han E e as uuth& ofm to7Wt as t ASaO=mi g um. stern sbhi by el aseposse 3smeso Upsr=mMbamethe 8ysemeesew fla anc sese yestrday anfrmen the sa nditee e- ssisin peated the pisie uMeb was adopted, ne pintfor. demn es nyuhiemme for .ervgse, fo the I Eibnsy ME, far a boe conses and for pemi mad; appeowe Clawe d's admint.atkdes a Iadres him; declare. for mound money ge ad NA v at equal value; eondemns I "smap" esvente Ad accuse the ring w warping se party fusctions. It winds up as follow: "The demors paro reains anbimah m manmaa.sa in the abl Md lefty Integrity ot Grover Cleveland and his MdWRe to Public duty. e is the choi of a o eimlag majority of the demoen at New York, and the country may rely wl sesidse n his ability to arrythe state t Umphfaly in November. We b e that nomainting him to lead the party in the a preaching costet for the preddeoy the t ticel convention win carry out the almI wainn= with of the party and best con the venfae of The country. But we have no 4 @ire to force upon the national convention 0 ow rences as to omdidatte. We rwee ise tt other states and democrats have t seme right to their view that we have. I man or set of men, because displaeed will nomination, has the right to thwart the deal t the peopl. The wishes of the majority the party should prevail, and we pled"eo elives to support the candidates nominated Chicago. The delegation chosen by this cc vention in Instructed to act as a unit accor to the determinadn of a majority of 1 The report of the resolutione committee w then adopted, the platform being thus indorse Mr. Peaeof aratoga, a member of the r4 olutions committee, thean presented as a supp menta to the platform the followi reed doswihwas adogpted enthsvsicly: "emolved, That tie convention approve, i dares and point with pride to the administi ties of Grover Cleveland, and we recomme him to the Chicago convention for nominati< and to the democratic party and the patriol people of the count for election again to t The denouncement of the midwinter conve tion was greeted with tremendous applam The reference to Grover Cleveland as bei1 able to carry New - York state also moved t convention to its feet and brought on a sto of applause, while the asrmation that this cc vention and its constituencies would supp the nominee at Chicago, whoever he might 1 was greeted by a burst of ringing cheers tb left so doubt as to the purpose of the conve tion. At the close of the reading the thro1 was again upon its feet and the applause w uand proarious. At once Wm. Lounsber of ington. Ulster county, was upn his fe and seconded the resolutions a ringi speech, predicting victory under Mr. Clev land'* leadership. Fred W. Hinriche of Brooklyn, Robert M Chrthy of Syracuse and Joel Benton of Duche county addressed the convention. Judge Sunderlin of Schuyler county read C list of district delegates and delegatee-at-lari chomen by the districts and by thg committ on delegates to the Chicago convention. 'T work of the committee was approved, and th the question of protest or contest had been d termined and the course of contest and d mand at Chicago for the seventy-two seats New York had been fixed upon. The following are the delegate-at-large: A exander E. Orr. Brooklyn: Frederick B. Co dert, New York; C. F. Bishop. Buffalo: Edwai Fitzgerald. ex-mavor of Troy. Alternate Israel J. Merritt, buell M. Redmond, M. I , John Lansing. T roll of congressional districts was ne called for the naming of members of the u state committee. Ex-Secretary of the Treasury Fairchild at it point presented the following resolution: "Whereas the object of this convention is correct the wrong done to the democrats New York by the convention held at Albany i the Md of February last in the selection of delegation to Chicago not representative their will; and "Whereas we realize that the action of t] electoral college clearly registers the will of t] party as proposed at the national convention ai expressed at the polls, now, therefore, better assure the democratic party that we have : other wish than that the will of the party sha be fairly ascertained and registered by the ele towal college, we hereby nominate as electo for President and Vice President of the Unite State the following citizens of New York." Mr. Fairchl then read the list of electo named at the Albany convention in Februar and the reselation was adopted and the nomin tions thus were indorsed. A resolution of thanks to the citizens of Syr cuse was adopted for their hospitable treatme of the convention, and at 5:50 o'clock p.m. t] convention adjourned sins die. *EVOLT IN NONDULAs. An Attempt Made to Capture Eastei Towns and Oentr.l the Railways. The officers of a steamer which has arrive from Honduras announce that a revolutic broke out in that country twelve or fourtc days ago. Although the revolution was engi eered principally by political leaders in Tog cigalpa, the capital, and directed against Pre, dent Leiva, the principal operations of t] revolutionists were in the eastern states, whe an attempt was made to capture the towns ai to control the railroad running from Puer Cortez on the Atlantic toward Tegucigalpa. An attack was made on San Pedro. the te minns of the road. The revolutionists we repulsed there and forty captured end sent: iren. to Tegucigalpa. Another attack w ma at the same time on Puerto Cortes boat. and was also repulsed, after some figi lng end loin. of life. Communication was ope with Tegucigalj when the eteamer left PuroCortex and i Imprmio isthat the revolution proved DRIVEN OUT NY SPOOKS. A leath Baltimere Fasnily Forred to Vaca Their Bed Rnom. South Baltimore is very miuch worked up or mysterious rapping. and strange performane In the bed rooms osf John 0. Adams.. The occur nightly until now the family camps< the lower floors. George Jeifries, a brother of Mirs. Adm says he was lifted out of bed Sunday night I an invisible power and that the bed move Jacob Adams says he eaw the furniture mov Police Sergeant Butler und Patrolman 8edieu emied the house, but found nothing unusus The family may that after the onicers had pae from ass coom to the other the bed and chal is the room they had left moved around. Jacob Adamu mym he was hit with a bott that wads on the mantel at the opposite end the rom, and that nails were flung into ti rooms from en unmeen source. John 0. Adan ~mhe is not abeliever in spirits, but he col not account for the disturbances. ILIC3E FOR OAMBLING. A New 0r1em ernnd Jury Anxious teT the Pla. In it. report the New Orleans grand jury h presented a strong appeal to the legilature: faver of licensing gambling, and asked thai law he passed on this subject. The grand jul delaem tht it is inmoihie to suppreme gai Wiing, and It thinbs the high lieses aytem ti hetter. The law proposed by the grand jury provid far a yearly Disease of s,4s, to he pai erery pashalona, the smayor to be thems -es et whether ay has sheold aetjoy a lesmaprivilege. The memyis togo to the su part af the charity hospital, which he. hither bees lareley sapported bry the revenne fro the lettery eempany. An appeal is amade p bi hir o et charity heeptawhi the - made by the - j a-et with the tover et peop law en thi emet, asth ass ljedels a erime. I. 3M the ilaitase emmsd peigmimea, bu the lewsmvm afby aL Mahl ~ir h s owi topesedh mmthi hm e ammfems suxx- ampm U, RADY $ HADO H'"*u' ATLA*IC cer S DIRECTLY.ON TEN ENACE. H va. Atn5 tto Ciy In sqae o ah n to 1.06 NELPEIAY usell Ter P 10pr-ner He O ne'q m t v *t "HOTL DEN'."" ATLANTIC CIrY' J r- ell ye; het and . w iN. Prepisew. H -OTE MPZRIAL. ATLANTIC C %TY k. &- H a ave., the omm. at 11mf1rt. ped: fe1 0- -8 0. W. KEDRICK. M OEL NT-AT ATLANTIC CITY jelrma. n r~ a: Oceanend'of i ave Atlantic CtYN . Hot 1OE MLLD ON. OCEAN END OF KENTUCKY AYE.. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. feBm M. A. & H. . MILOR. HTLWILIAX J d. Oea annt N. 0. mne view of cens. M.nmr.2m D. W. CHANDLOR. XHE CHIM UNTE, ATLANTIC CITY. M- ON THE OCEAN FRONT. a. Descriptive illustrated booklet maled free, ad Sea water baths in the houe. Smy282m E. ROBERTS & SoNS. HE ErR LKTON. 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SPARK N J THE ALBEMARLE. d Within onesqare ol the beach all modern im Provements; arten wter. 8pec H L aevaon. Ul.2oJ______12___________ ASBURY PARK. N.J. HOTEL COLUIfBIA. Fronting the ocean at 6th avenue. Entirely new w mnd modern. Open June itS. Accommodate@ 0O For rates and information addreas W. HARVY JON. Prop. Special rates for June and September. ASBUYPARK N. J to ABu~yTHEWELDEN. 4TH AVE. if One block from ocean. Delitfoio. ,n my24-.3m A. B. WASHMOOD. a AVBURY PARK. N. J.-THE VICTORIA. FAMILY If ;ae~ frotinieean: eass. elaectrity. ateian water al modene improvmens a tr tabl immodates'2 . iterms moderate;re -ed untilinly Ie 1 n ferpeber_1. my28toau7lne ie TALANTA HOTEL, Aibury Park, N.J. d Reduced rates up to JulyP1.T. Prop. n-3 mn WOOAPPLEGATE. Prop. ETROPOLITAN HOTEL ASBUE AK .J 113 hsadi r open Juno I. For informa- m ra Jel-' m THEO. OVES. Prop. HE FENIMORE. ASBURY PARK N.J. for ubloc from weaaity. n pecial rate Forcirulrs ndratea address r 1 el-2m THOS. NOBLE. -__ EA-4IDE-JERSEY COAAT. ATLANTIC HOUSE AND COTTAGES. Ocean Front. Latest Satar Improve n ts. it my2l-Im ___GC AUSTIN. Belmnar. 1. . MELBOSE N O BELMAR. N. J. Open. June L Addrt until June 1 my14- m 1'16 Spruce at.. bhiladelphia. IXTEENTH SEASON. HOTEL COLUMBIA. BELMAR. N. J., in Will open in June. For terms, Ac.. address In My30-in F. E. FOSTER. SRETON VILLA. CAPE MAY CITY. N. J.; NEAR I rate hortheah eon. psas and aun parlor; special a ur4&3m MRS. J. A. MYERS. e CAPE WAY-THE ACME VILLA. re iectl rba.h; clear wan view; excel leut table guaaranteed; rates. *7k t f id tur.S-4t L MADDOCK. t RRENT-CAPE MAY. N. J.. LARGE CORNER andndttare on the beach fer private famil oet and hanainely fumrnied hirluditw tab1I" and t=e lien chin name, a epyT. ke. Alav stable it ea. A.- ALBRT. Beach ve.. Cape OTE LAAYETECAPE MAY. ... anmodern lmup.vcnaete; Veated directlyon the beach ; OWashingtonrHote. Ffadellhia or M 'I'ME ALDINE. CAPE MAY. N.,2. DECATUR e r a ouse from beach; oppoalte hot and cold my31-2an THEODORE MUELLER. Prop. THE STOCETONS CAPE MAY. N. J. Will open Jun.e and rernain open until mny17-2in Propri'tor. c SEWINDSOR. CAPE MAY, N. J. Directly on the heech. Open. June 15, l-wTwoflurnished cottage, torrent.GEN CWEAN CITY. N. J. 7 The m Trayinore; centrally located, with, Be ocean i. view fro'na every rotn ; steamlboat connec-tion witja At. a. i.na g htel; rate,. tSad *26 erdyWite fo circular. J._ .ADAMMa.Proprietor. my?|i~rn SENTICAL HOUSE. 15 MAIN AVE.. OCEAN O'r. ve. Lees than block froan ocean, ,ie ro. d etnfet aanitary condition. N wt oU Adru "T lIE AURORA." o SUR~ AVE. TWO HOUSE e tembr. O8k. ntance. 6 tjant~ cae. Oean Orove N.J. M. A. BULL. P. 0. Box 400. jai1-lau ae 'JHE TREMONT, AEA GiIlT~ N. J. SUnol imwe viewO e.hn an. -OPEN EARLY IN JUNE. mT.JI-2m 15818 PAX. HjOTEL ALLAIRE. - -- ___y .nE_ M. RICHARDSON. ] mIE CARLETON. pe.eventh seeane 8~ 'e rale for Jm. 71LURTON-BY-THE-8EA, a SPRING i.AKE, N. J. 7 ag2-1:n Open for the aeem Jane 1. I. SEa.ISnDR-FEw_3xm.Al a. . fR SALE-PLESANT RESIDENCE VIL-y. lage of Banetae ;aa climate dlqte n .sev.n roomsegaskie ad le in. water: ner . hr ar bathheren watere.ens. .: myav ___________ liecaa m e a tbOqeJnai.Arn~S I03FO 8.=& N. IL. NmA26A~SS REM IL L TUr ATManD Fhatdgs; an mdm es " bog mob" blose em beach ad adwstE reediL S a ' fohunle AIMSON04fts .m.aOR neftm . . . Im mu1mll JA. A. TU , V80 NM ANEIPASUSEIW. 'J'RL~h~ REA-SIDE-MIS0erLL.Aigggg H. CAPE ELNZ RT H1dthL ane v 1m17-1m WALTER RUR SPRINGS AND BATIS. RANDALE SPRINGS A3'- ARANbALE! 311I9 0,h. A.A" PAAL..O Wil open JUNE L IMU The at0cim r wl nw 4S n..tt= 5e..f '"".r u w " ptation of It. waters well qajnd Music fnaby accomplishd are '*iIP di;MITIL BEDFRD SPMIG. BEDFORD, PA. --TE CARLSBAD OF AMERICA.. NOTE OPmEN JUNE 2. one.8m , B. DOT, --m. E BRKis R SPRINGS HOT BERKE ftrtio addreishe und~rWille Ofe~~mn rt EkOnRERMA .Proreo.ata QAPON SPRINGS AND BATHS L FHAMPSHIRE COUNTY W. VA. SEI&NOR PAMPHLET and ws what this CIELE MRA waangcse offers to ALL OUT OF REALTH. those B RN DOWN from OVERWORK r those in march of a LVELY SUMMER HOME fog IOLID COMFORT ad PLEASURE. .D.B MACK A.T617 14th n.w. W. H. SALE. Prop. naylo-Iin ARROLL SPRINGS HOMEOPATHIC SANITA rlues for Invalids and convalescents, nine miles Tom Wahiao. Reoe May 1. Ofers the advan. ans of a healthful lctio lnuuaised "Miu 1Waesa carg ul ret gorpatcla Hade G.N RIGHT.l.D*FoetlaI. FAUUIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS NEAR 9Warno.Va.. pn June 15. MoemAst lmhtel torouth~j,iv ved hot %usbur baths. ne biliard For uar an ters ad eM S . & J. '. ADAMS. Baltimore. until leay ); af th , at Fauquer White Sulhur S8rlsa. Va. SpBmw.3m [OUNTAIN HOUSE. CRESSON SPRINGS, 3The s lt of the Allegheny Mountain. Main rnna'. R. RL All trains stop. WILIOPEN JUNE 2& For eroulars and Information address WM. R. DUNAM Su . JORDAN WHITE SULPHUR SPRINOS FRED. ,erickCo..Va..will be opn 15th of June.lk5. Three lai pssenger trains tad from Bialtimnore and sV Ten minutes' drive from railroade ,ot ;. Write for pamplets ter. SJe-1m . C. Off AN. Prop. MOTRYSPRINGS HOTEL BL EIDOE SUMMIT PA 3 HOURS' RIDE FROM WASHINGTON. EOFEET ABOVE BEA LEVEL. IL PEN JUNE 25. FOR CIRCULARS AND RATES A DDRESS M. .Ni H.S8. MILNOR, PROPITR my7-1 N. CHARLES ST.. BALTIM E D. rbRKNEY SPRINGS AND BATNS.5HENANDOAH Suny V. Season oper Jne 22 a FOSPH DORSEYcaeIprllHtl inre *Mr. JOHN ILLS In aUahnt. mySt-lmn kARATOGA PRIN THE UNITED STATES. A rsat-clan hotel. Will open JUNE 14 and remain open until OCTO BER 1. TOMPKINS. GAGE A PERRY. my7-e&wI89 A T SARATOGA-LARGE. ELEGANTLY FUR nished private villa. on ncipal avenue; all mod in improvements: stable. law, tennis: rent to pri part ly refereneesexchanged. terns-reason bhi.lfAdZress BUENA VISTA. liaratoa Springs IN THE MOUNTAINS. FEET ABOVE TIDE. THE AURORA HOUSE. LURORAW. VA. Terns moderate. Hend for hand ome ne'trul J. H. SHAFFER, Prop. mySlltoldau BUENA VISTA SPRING HOTEL WESTERN MARYLAND RAILROAD, WILL OPEN JUNE SBD. Under the nmaaement at MR. W. F. PAIGE. Proprietor HOTEL COCHRAN, WASHINGTON. D. C.. And for 7 yearp msawer of the CELEBRATED KAATE tSKILL HOUSE." Cataaill Mountains, N. Y. For engasgeuent of rooms aply to w. F. PAIGE, my21-1m Hotel Cochran, Wasington. D. C. "ATSKILL MOUNTAINS. HOTEL KAATERSKILL, OPENS WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2, RATES REDUCED FOR JULY. For rates, routes. circulars,. Ae., to Mr. H. P. IURNEY. Assistant Manager.Grand wotel. Broadway ,ad 31st mt., New York. my4-wkslUt DER PARK AND OAKLAND. ON THE CREST OF THE ALLEGHANIES, 8000 FEET ABOVE TIDE WATER. SEASON OPENS JUNE 25. ISR. These famous mountain resorb, situated at the ummzit of the Allevrhsnles and dires tly upo the main Ine of the Basltimore and Ohio railroad, have the ad antae of its splendid vestibl. heres tan - essible from all parts of the countr. All Blaltimoore dl Ohi trains stop at Deer Park adOakland durIng oae~i0 Sicnda monu"th arcordi toloca io Hotels. C ut elad Md.. ta to Jue ;sfe hat date. either Deer Park or O~aklan4,. Garrett ounty, Md- my7-a~utoie9 RANSTON's. WEST-POINT-ON-THE-HUDSON. S NOW OPEN. The plumbinir has been thor. eena ade. to rnoen sitead eleetri bel thuh ut the huouse. Mr. Cranston will grive the hoeha individed attention _this season. mh28-nia~nAs RT PENDLETON. GARRETT COUNT MD :l.0et atove sea; cooolest a In Aliel -ee bdai shooting ad Betn. Circlaat Sa Stee. Open June 1. Address iel-Imn. W. F. DEAKINS. 'BREEN'S MOUNTAIN HOUSE. hLcedn Fri ,il'am.Bu Roie -onan eraFW Va. One hur and thiry minutes rny2-2a 0. W. GREN Proprietor. Ej LLTO lUS, ARPESFERRY W. VA. - OTEL ESSICK. HIGHL-AND L-Ar, PA.-MT Acharnadog mountain resort In Anmerica. Ford' m M. EBICE. Proprieter. ~E-MAht 1 efpn waerUhN n cl lawn. Ses ua~reom Adhemotn ~OJ~xQ~a~toyB HRPRf SUMMER m9m : a e a EMRW EDUCATIONAL EIS WN -TREz ceprg. and 41 N ban. _ mad_ d bad 1T T . -e Z= W S';uterpeml,~ne 1. th der' eesag els SIGN1O ANOAINTA~ i 6.....m- TTo ... ,.&.. madloge is ipry and bft e wrtn Imy td. rs._onatr allne ook 25een t..,e as madwe ." t"*- --.- * ----- Wp OLYTECBNOTICMWCDW SIBES? NOTWES. .. 61. a -12Ho Las, UMBIA COwt.m F wC e w681.01 sest oae Sim oen d of he mt be he Ia ratines. flluran ed f oo O orm met . is~ sta_ A CEO OPT.T ICNOO OFTANGU Fry. FRT. tAl -2 mi* Th Crouby, for. ad T S m. L414m 2rf S.N.. -.m P0UMI COEGE OP M -ER * Leer, ti ormte Ta hiie t w 8 erstan dd writig the t e oaer Bankdo the pho urah - buirldsing o.D t experene reoter. Thalaooughy Tmftio sElrms s tiess ad rill e om 0 crs #A lu n ratraed ummt r okhs coraS tbhogue t. C HOOL OF PRO.U CES Pnrincia.lt o letw ngad Cosstatoyo WeocNthn n CAtoRY O U UNCERNAER RTI Mr.MTE A.P SE tw.yC h exn pncins rpeid rtng dorn h oto Lod nhti ao Ha NEL. f - to aM . 147 a ay. OReal Rs iscrs oU0N ADE. MOUNTr VERNO BEMINART. Thorurhly eqip h orthad d e tewtin Spneia advmte ti Ith rature withot exd ra ?a and uste *ArHoe. Tnicheets fohecore may e oaned inr loe xperienced r evening. my lkin LHyt.nw. PanoationandvphAi EDWInf rts t h uet approbied s o der kid. srvc Audraes M ummr Eoot.r aT Se. ba80 taac Jrnal. aeo e nln Pomvtr =f ret. Toe. Mas'. OLLEGE Ja1CHONSERO A O US. THE 1221 J~ 10hst.n . a.nt~hr yerw.ao 18825o2vi A TY. CLrs Con. 3F ad am. . PIAO ADLARMO. geeorml TRCHE SPSEM ER BU 307 COL A.M. ~ourtnDELa wek f'ssiemonvS&e Me. 6ine. DMrs EI arieH KINd v n ues io t. vte -ution h s M r SpCH'L i R RIteN o . enr U MEDlCAl o&rili cSurs Ti'?aermstrO 10t67.SOL yar n t B iw. 28. D r a 7r h 12 t t.ho g rtyO4Dm u. MRCA COLEE No~ :9tE0amdi aSty n o We tria anmes7 hrt ptu.eo s. rodtm oJi. aaous h4 TW INA Fiys Admire then rm Prnkay els tane. M.o3 ~Lr. dMs .D AEL felO-tin 1407 Mass.1e. F01 m..AID oux LaIDa. AMA MD NS OFM Rt.O AD. ..Ad ..na.y .oO MAOON CERONSEMNATRY O U. C IT25ilot fiatages is tberatr year.k Piao A Hom1m wih tdeut havne re Fdrme form Hyinsaiaie nd psel afri fG des..ErsE ,YBEOMS JaLd tofrd :PrivnciaL KING ZOHNt COLLEGEl ZUMXXR~ SCO E ORMOWN ANEJ ,7aild' BcolfrOTHl. UER RSAN i VESA YC E IT OFBoST N EDUTE F1,OR BUSNES 01130 1-c 7thS C311ECad D O % eta, a.AST Twtq Oolveni eChomessial year egan orTesd 1n *wrtw. Day and evnig sessions. Slooed A4 fe! l "iFs fiwolo Prcpea. llh MculofSz r.ln and MrspeWr. D AEK P1tuon GIL cetAND loain:sYouae haija m, l MOUNT VERNON SMAAPXR. noo~im Pet.nia gsads Propeo. Sp(--W 3 Coleges 12m Lier te Ynto M. w. Pa man EDICAMusic. LADIW GOODI& 11hoeldhomm An u.tm ~a" ' 11 -m Glose. @0014. Ar am -00 bmm*.bmim. wlwb. slow" an um o. 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APHE14 HE KLZMTZDCIA RAILROADS. tim) WIN iI*V 1.M L. daily "o vaow. q~ftft w ..16 R::~ '~ =EI.W. 1. V. amag0 3~~~~= .IM~. &mw Z. Pm. sm. da.iiy "1oby to VI6 IkmA. * mi.6.I. '.m ( ___ raft fab a~ A Na O14 Y _Ai ~ur it. ml: 5.0 r a-. EUS. &WO& _ mopem & ore eU . 2.oib mm.-Pno, w~nsm.. We amm fam &a 046 N.gl I, e e My2. I 14 =~ e V frum .. on d mw ww s "" 4. OL2. 1.S z4..3Z~z 49~l. i 3861 C-fte IAN%7 m1 fk Nor~v lat sate go m4nag who retvithoulet 1u Z1 J. R. tkim POTOMA DIE OI5 Fr. sold GIOUMA. 16 3