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The Areame WIsamena Wen the eneida and a os. Tha twenAy-mile sam read es betwen t Arlington and Cinumia tmen, s meaer.a 1n yestrdy's Sa. te p1100 YetrdWy afnermom and was we by do ArugbOms . Th9 low was intereatig as won As ei nd was wilaimed by a large namber o whealme. Long befoEe the hoar eat for the aret the 6ne aming the lower reserv w Ma d with whb et an marts and demriptiows, and through the biadne- e the beeper at the Nr gir the wheelmen were permitted to aisemble in the yard under the brg. ade tees inaad af re mi-ing out in the hot sen. Ono by 010 the -iers arrived and -anee daY MS emsed by the *lare to ol"el thee whe wear to gie e dable's. ase to the winaner t the rees. The tranas were mode up a published in yea torday's TaK. with the e4pi of at oifa at the trlingions. whe was 'omoned on a Fourth o July Winie. and E. Cipp rude i hin smead. Tbe weather nee in mad the red was in fair conlition. the light rains the day before heving settled the 1ust to sme extant. The oecers o the rem were: J, Rdgaw"h Merri, president of the Arngon :e . Frank L. Dyer. president Columbia CyclSClub, and John T. Croeley of the Columbia Athletic Club: timers. (herl.. R. Overman and D. L. pandoe: referee. W. . Pierce; starter, L Mitcheil. m~ ivan'r. The e drew for positions and teok their piecee On the rand. It we 5:0 when starter Mitche pTe the werd "go." ad in a few WseaMda the eight wheelmen were out of eight. Ed. Tor of the Arlingtons st the pae, ad held hi position to he inihb. John Wood ot the 6'olunmbiw wa second before the etony hiM was remehed. and he forced Try to do him bet all the way through. Wher. Dowling's was reaehed Terr was leading. with Wood a good Aeecud and *an the others bunched. Terry held the lead, but the bur-ting of Kruger'. tire a long distance from the Anish gave the hat Arlington man an opportunity to ucore next to lst. All along the road enthubsietie wheelmen cheered the racer, Those who were waiting to ee the finish vere confde't that the tape would be eresMed by the first man in at least ee hour and five minutes. bet at that time the Smee were not in sight. T3E rixisa. A minute later. however, the err "Cear the read" went out. and coming around the JrIt turn in the rod above the starting point were Terry and Wood. almott neck and neck. Terry. however. hekd hs puitism in the lead A pased over the tape. making the twenty mn. in L06, with Wood four seconds behind him. Bowen came in third and was followed by Elis. tlapp. Btrown and Blobertson. Every ouw on the bank louked for Kroger. A thev knew biam en be a grod racer. and that he woulk certnssly be io' ksser daueor:d.rthird m:.. bait when it :-.sie1scd afte the drit riders. had i -'l tise li.e that he h.i :a burst tire it unt. ealent that the colunbias could not win. atad so ts. ir friend,- gave up the Ree. The Colinbia ::-hmbled a1;d gave three rowsing cheers for the .:-lington. anti soon afte rwsrd . start was made for the city. L. Terry, who is a I o.uinent century rier. snr-prie i the spectator4 bs hi- f:at riding. as did John Wotat. it twing his trlst appearance in a raro-. Terr% ia lsut it in ai number o races thi. .eason, and Li& never faiiud ti score a victo:-v. Teb time ninde m-er the course yesterday lowers the f;r.t4-t, previou.a rec.rd. which was male b's I,. .. :.nde Ch'-uniasi ds:'. ,h1s-n he coV( red the coarse in less than one hour and twent rxinuea. Ed. Ierry. 'he ArMt man in. captured three prizes. Th. first was an :.gle pneumatic bi cycle. given by W. T. Raober-son & Co. to) the est Arlington man to ema the line. Another priz wa a handsome gold nwedsd offer- d to -ae tir ne to crss the ue a'nd beat se'isus records. anti a third wa a club to the wanner. The handsomee club cup. of course, went to the Arliigiona. WMAT MR. JOH~MCN WANTS. Imereases In Asessammenbt Asked fMr in Rio Representative Tom L. Johnson of Ohio hs heretofore nsked that the auise-asent of real es tale in the cities of Washington and George town just completed be increased 40 per tent. An inspection of the followiag abk will show that in the matter of the increased aseucnsnt mked for in his pe tition Bled with the beard of appeals ansi equalization, printed in TUR STan at yesterday, the raw of increase prayed for is not. in the cae of any plee. of property men tiamted in hk. petition.left than 175 per cent. and in use instace runs a high as 500 per cent. '7 4. o. E .'1:. frota 0173.010 to D:MOtl :eI1f 9b Eis " la ow M 3 io 'E'5 '* 16 to . 13 15 to .O 3r,- of 19s * 10 t. i. of itn * L 10 to : 2t 11. W *4 13 to 41) 21m of 11. E Xe19 1" to 40 :21t .. K VaI :" to : 0 '3.of 1 " .i to -'4 of I " 17 to W~. of 34 " 1a to 45 2-Mt..f iW'1b " la t. 4:t IM4 of 141 " 1 to 4:6 ':: Of4 1 11 to 5 4 to Sri 15 to 67 2:U of 6. " *I to fm # i *0to to !'.'4 .-f I W - " 16 to W, 2-14 of I E. 4 1.7 19 to Gia 3'O of i 17 " 17 to 4 32sf 41 E. 1 " 15 to - rd of I. " 13 to 3A Twi -An0 hae us p to ;ane ie frosm titr un " th netMlay week :o :nJ of a d eb - et.o fl--f 10 1 to 3) Im f " 1to :A:t the catt:1e "akt rai stoyad(e ningy ofeet. -ito -6 catlewer o themre :san mel as.olloum -leslfc~~ to 4c moete from - 1 " to Serpon:c Ton, fr m O. tove, jper poutn anew, bun-e toe 0:and fCt viaB she and retn. onodh marketG and madem fallows: dt. e ol pr po1d god roe4. to 4%e. per pound: lmaofo mi.tolm. fro 3d. o owse with polvd: eld from 93 to 3 J'ereh. State of the market good. Wrru Tea Naw Fasi laavses offered by the Raltimore andI Ohio railroad von can reach Ocean City every tiaturdayT evening in live hous and a half. and don't you forget It. Aeart. Fell Tbmruugb a Cheenge idewath. Forty person. fell thsough a rotten sidewalk ess Milwaukee avenue in Chicago Sunday night while watching two policemsen trying to put a drunken, 'omman into the patrol wagon. Be arath the sidewalk im a basesment ten feet deep. and into this hole the crowd was plunged and piked. searcelv a permom earaping without soene mark or srjnrv. Mi.. Ida Bmith received in ternal inj'arns which amay proe fastal. The ame of the injured ar: Ida mith. thirteen Tears old, inaternal injuarims, probably fatal: kliaebeth HiD. mix years old, right leg injured: Stra. J. Smith. tight foot injured. bruised on beadt ai t neek: Mre. Johastsn. right leg badly bru'ef: E~samua Johnson, injured on heed and face; Ma"y Josonue. left shoulder injured: Augmta Olien,. brimel ad received a sever. ehoek: Mrs. Bertha Oleon. right foot badly in brsd. .Lbbie D~oughss. lefta arm and right'knee '.si bisaul: NIettue Main, right hi badly br-'e. 03e Herman (Oeorge. lefakee wreached mnd bemaned; Dellle Unrima everely brUised: Otte Dre~aves, leg bruised: Ofleer Cownsry. bruises on ; Jcob Smith, night w-a--ma. bried on head and ahonidern, and Edward amih slight bruises, The stememahnpts et na. lbe United eStte govern=mt hoe at leugh taisa hand in the maatter at the eisae of the American Mtmchp Jeeph Ogari, jr., by the bintrgente of USpanish Mendura. Insted sf amertuag ate power to caet demaee for the meeeL. however, it s eprocading amie it for yioatios of the strality laua. Upo demad of the Bendurina eeeda at New Teh, Saeee tory of Trmmry Feamer be. diemted Col..e... att Canstamme Wartmoth at hew O0temma to eleelt P60a afine fromn the vessel hr dTeli tensty easee of tile. ad ten-Iwe emel ''mi'" -u to the im adfor iarryla tees, af the hatter from Csa to IesuiU. The ellaeter im asse intus tojheeta.mi ~eeanto watch the wend. Ge asmMtt to penvest the ship free. e Inhrg syn em o' ese Aesm ees lthnm-= Aihtetle and 098Mn Clem6. The fair weather of yeeturday afternse. was tahen adv al to ply off a nher of the inal games in do ammis eAsrmumet es a esert of the C.A.C. on sheaeL A number at ,ine"ested vidaes lern eat, among whom won a number of the teanns talent of the sky and quite a sprinkling of akIes, an of whom enjoyed so .h-maftia. Some of thegameswere p -e= usy esely es tested and marked with very batsessing plays. The e-nm --low In ingm wer erst plyed off, Mr. Metcalf wImlia. The fofewing scores were e: Netalf vs. (Omspbek I to 20; Metcalf vs. Mim, U to W; Caempboe vs. Wil sea, n to IL The Pmmes an r aye for frst honors in singins have - ' I as follows: Davidesoa vs. Shields. 36 to 0; Stoddart vs. O'Leary. N to 2: Davidson vs. Youag, 49 to 13; Young vs. Stoddart, I to I. The contest between Meuens. Davidson and Shnalds is by far the most hatereetn yet played in the ies. Mr. bhields proh ief a very good mate for Mr. Davidom.,who holds se tennis in the Dikoelt. Tomorrow afterneen at 4:56 the remainder of the nae ia singles wil be played of and th deubles wig be bean. In the Orient Club tornment the series ye terday were as foblows: tagles-WeIeb beat Cepeland. 6-1 and 6-2; Steele beat Durant, 64 and 64; ituart beat B. Welch, 6,87 and 6-1. Dalton be.. (am 64 and 6-4; Bher beat Gee. 14 =214; Hayes beet Wabe, 64 and 6-0; Wesk beat Steele, -4 and 4-4; Cmrpenter beat 0- and 44: Newton beat Strong. 6-3 an14. In the finals Bayes is matched with fteele Stuart with Dalton O'Leary with Riddle an4 Peters and li. T doublee wil be as fol lows: Geoghegan and Steele against Butter worth and Gee. Welch and Walker against Blair and Shields. Burns and Barker sginet O'Leary and Campbel and Bayes and Goodfellow! against Shaw and Dalton. THE MPORT OF M. ASTOR*S DEATH. Making RErts is Aseertaft Who Originated it. There seemed to be considerable mystery surrounding the report of the death of Mr. W. W. Astor. An advertiensent of the death of Mr. Astor was received by several New .York newspapers for publication yesterday. It was sent by Albert Meurer, the Eeiton of Trinity (Ihpel, by authority of C'. C. Baldwin. the man ager of the Astor estates in that city. Mr. lildwin said that he had no reason to believe that Mr. Aator was not dead. He had, he said, received a cable dispatch Monday afternoon from the manager of Mr. Astor's office in Lon don announcing Mr. Astor' d4eath from pneu monia and instructing him to put notices in the newspapers to that effect. Mr. Baldwin added: "I have no reason to doubt Mr. Astor's death and I canatot understand these contradmitory reports. I sh-ll cable to London at once t'o tind out shut it all mans." Mr. Baiduin declined to give the name of the person who annonnieed Mr. Astor's deuath from, Lond=lon, nor would he make public the contents, of the cable disnatch. Daniel Lord. Jr.. of the firm of Lord. Day & Lord, ionivel for the Astorm. said: "We re ceived word yesterday i Monday afternoon from 26th street I Mr. laidwin'st oilce? forally an nouncing to us Mr. William Waldorf Astor's: dk ath. Mr. Astor's death is ani unquestionable fact. The contradictory reports are as myrte rious to us asa they are to ever) body cie. We can give no explanation why they are auch." Lawyer BEnker of Peabody. Baker A Peubody. Mr. Astor's legnl aid isers. said that a cablegrau from Lindon was received at th' 26th street f.t with werfl of Mr. Astor's death. * "a recei'-ed no direct word from London re gardii.g .dr. Astor, but ..aw the cablegrau at the other oice which ;tatedt that he bed expired. For so.' day. word has been received of his co.di.ions. All of Lbe advices reported him very low andJosing strength. "I cannot nderstand abv the cablegram an nouncing Mr. Astor's death should be sent if it is a fact that he is still alive. I hIve received a tructiona to take charge of Mr Astor's agairs. The only notification that reached Proprietor Ailln of the Astor House ass that printed in the newapaiper yesterday .morning. He or dered the dog on the Astor House it half-mast out of respec* to Mr. Astor. but as soon as he learned that there was anV doubt a to the an thenticity cf the news he ordereda the flag to the top of the role until some Lieliable informa tion Cn be obtained. The frst news of Mr. Astor's bei at present aiths land of the ining: was convev to him by a reporter. At 11:30 o'clock the Astor oflices were still closed and the notice that Mr. Astor was deial was on the door. Mr. Baldwin will not open the door for busin-m untl he receivres persoal a Pterance that his employer is not dead. At 1 o'clock it wa i W that Mr. Bldwin had re eived word from Philadelphia that a relative there had been notified by cable that the re port of Mr. Astor's death was untrue. Later in the day a eable mespage was received from -Mrs. Astor. and the death notice waS taken down from the Astor ofice. The following was the advertisement inserted in the newspapers: ANTOLt. At Iaden. July IL 1I9. WI IAM WALDO F ASTOlt. son Aa i.# late John Jaegb Aeor. intheva ae. Among Mr. Astor's intimate friend'. the opinion perevailed that some one5 in London has mude a deplor.able maisatake and that in conve gucnece Mr. Abor will enjoy the unique is titaction of neing umbered among the few men of note who have read their own obituaries. W v Go vo ATLri CT when you can go to Ocean City for CS.OS on Hiaturday and return by 10 o'clock Sunday after visiting the moat magniacent beach in the worl?--Adct. Prinse Ulinrsek's Tonr. Prince Birmarch wa visited at le singen yeeterday by a deputationa of students from the University of Jena. His reply to the addreis presented to him by the deputation in dicatee an Intention on his part to maake a tour of various Gersman cities. He said he had half promsised to visit Stuttgrt.Carlsruhe, Mayence, Osnabrack and Geestemunds. Prof. Haeckel, the leade of the deputation, said: "If you come crowds will flock from all parts of Thurngia. We know no difference be tween the llimarck of the present and the Bia march of the peet." The prospect of Prince Bismarek naaking a tour of Germany eanee a sen=a*lon in political circles, The Fire at St. deba's. The lose by the Ire at St. John's, N. F., will reach #2.m00.00. The colony governament will very likely ell a special sesion of the lelee tare to pass an act designed to induce the ab I sentee landlords owning a large part of the land on which the city is located to sell lots and aleo an net providing for the raising et a loan to eable tan=ts to pehase on the installment plan-a measure which would ' piehope amsong the citineus and meets with nblefavor. 'Three honueats the West End were rnMon day night inan ineendlary Are, The incendiary has bdmn arrested and placed aboard a warship. A force of mearines patrolled the streeta yester day. WininTa FeAs Scuaazm to the oeesa os itaturdav you can reach Ocean City in time to have a celaaing dance in the grand pavilion of the Atlantac Hotel Where elhe can you do It, leaving here at d:2 in the afternoon.-Adsi. The Germane are heigthat Gladstone's victory will not bea seepn one out of regard for Italy and the rlu. 1T PIWECI TE PUULC froam fraud and imposition, the genutae masimm of Dr. K. P iere are now mMi tmy~hre ~ u anthodned as agents, ~ae th c --pstmudm..e to me, a asth ,h nlasea me gea BisolaMsaLm dpso "vales aind always wINhe,a k~w: Dr. Pleresis Golden Medlelniscvy(th remedy for all dis--=arisk from aomi Ueer or insgere Mes,.-. h Dr. Fleeh Ilawerite (the~ -sa ke e e DLstise assms hN3sa h m -mea~ er mheman p.. ==.. '2g NasaW -Erd T@3AT. * Wadlge.m Win Wind Up in seven Piace. The league clubs rank as fellowe: caue, imata .. Th.. b tr.r.s.ved a .at of wbitev yeterday lnoesf the gamest at the s--nan= the Coloncm g bet ce. a woo a pitehers' bata, having a sade the het etit. The Red1 and Brooklyne adons and o m gasse= at Cincia ni a ferL a ie demsa by Um Gan = at the plate the 100111 would have tie this se.om ay n e'e p'Joyceea see Ned, oerso awl I h terrile ue. Attend, 1,416. Stivets started in to if 'm gamse, but after the house dub had 7 rums OW his delivery he nes rebeved by ,who kept the home team down to e ibdarn the balame of the game. Ehret would have sut the Umieasmes out but ser a wDi threw by Disidy int* third inning, blore, 11 to L proved aneasy mark for t iiet who touched him up for ui hiit in three in nings, soring four run am winning the Iame. Ansom's reorganised Itam is not any tha the old oue. The betting department doe not mom to have bees Improved. eoore, 5 to . Yesterday's gamse at Cleveland was auls.p ontet in pite of free batting. The New Y ran bases p lad their is were somewhat scattered. Doyle. error were costly and Cleve land bit pretty bard with men on baes. At tendance, I 20; Soore, 9 to 6. Instead o playing at St. Louis today Balti more and St. Louis played two games yester day afternoon, the home team winning them both. The gelding of Glasacock wL@ the feat we of the fArt contest. Shindle and Shock alse put up good games. In the second game Glass cock, after making a wonderful stop. threw wildly to frst. It we- his Armt error in twenty games, and he redeemed himself by most phe nomenal fielding and great batting. Cobb was batted out of the box, Van Haltren takin his place. Lynch took sick, and Pitcher Gleason of St. Louis umpired the closing innings of the contest. Scores. 4 to 3 and 13 to 1. Vice Preeident Waltz yesterday gave Foreman ten days' notice of release. He also taid that Stricker is to captain the Orioles in the second season. President Von der Abe and Galvin have com promised their differences, and Galvin again signed a St. Louis contract. Win. r;hines. the pitcher expelled from the Cincinnaticlubearly in last May, has been signed rgn by the club. Jerry Harrington will also rejoin the club. and it is probable that the pair will play their first game in the second series at llitimore. Dr. Stuckey, prerident of the Louisville flub, asesembled the players in his private office last night and reduced their salaries. The redactions sere all mmall. Hereafter Manager Chapman will look after the buiiness intereste of the club, but will have no control over the players. That is the only logical function of a non-playing manager. Umpire Mitchell acted under President Yonag'i recent instructioi@ yesterday at litts burg. le was told to be firm and he made the Bostona stand around yesterday, fining Mc Carthy $25 and putting him out of the game. He had his watch ont on the team twice. Pitt. burg will make a protest to the triumvirs he ause Manager 4alee pitched Kelly and made the game a farce. The patrons revolted over the act. The make-up of the Orioles, as Manager Han lon hu them arrange~d to play, will be: Halli gans. Strickor and Shindle on the buems, with Ward at short stop and Stovey. left field: Shoch. menter, and Vrn Haltren, right ield; Melfahon, Cobb and Ferson. pitchers: Itoblison. Gunson and utcliffe. catchers. and McGraw. extra. Manager Hanlon has done a thing that should have been done long ago -release Curt Welch. No one doubts his ability, but his defiance of the ruleg ruined the discipline of the club. He ha" been the Baltimores' weak point all the wu-on. but no one would see it. Manager Barnie. to whom was given the task Df getting a ball tean together at Minneapolis to repre:ent that city in the six-club Western Association. has failed. The players of the three teams out of which he hoped to get to gether enough men, Minnespohs. Milwaukee and Fort Wayne, are scattered far and wide, aud though ordcr::d by Prosident Williams to report for duty would not do so. Ausat.ur Base Ball. The Wenther Bureau nine will play the Y. M. C. A. reserve, today at 4:45 p.m. at the Y. IL C. A. grounde. The Young Ptantons defeated the McGil & Wallace junior nine by 27 to 2. The Young Rtantons sill accept challenges from team I %hore members are &ixteen year% or under. 0. Neurath. 317 Masmechusetto avenue northeast. The Southern Stars played the Alton. on Monday. the result being a victory for the Southern Stars by 12 to 0. The Walk-a-wayaa defeated a picked nine from K street northeast yesterday by 5 to 4. The bhooting Stars defeated the Young Americans yesterdiy by 10 to a. The Olives and Greens, both teams from Georgetown, played an interesting game on Monday. the result being a victory for the Olives by 16 to 7. George Morgan Dead. George Wasbbourne Morgan. the organist, died on Monday at Tacoma, Wash. Mr. Mor gan was In feeble health and was making a tour of the Pacinic coast. A cancerous growth caused him death. Mr. Morgan was born in Gloucester, England, April 9, 1822. When only eight year. of age he laved the service in the Church of lit. Wicob, Gloucester, and he was subsequently organist in other churches. He apent several year. in London, and made hbe SAt appearance there as a solo organmt. In 158 he vent to New York. He adbeen organist of St. Thomaem' and Gtrace Epiacopal church.., of St. Ana and St. tehn's Roman Catholic ahurchee and of the BrolTabernacle. He plated in various parts tPhe United States wit much aucoss and of late year. he and his daughter Maud, the harpimt, have gven many concerts together. Mr. Morga poaly did more than any other player in America to popularize and foster a love for claeda organ music; he was the Airat to introdues in thim coutrythe organ works of Bach, Hemse and Bat B:eg, Tnn Cmaamn' Paansa. Shady grve., level play ground., Ideal apots for pincriding horses, merry-go-rounds, ~ayrndancing, daily concerte, boatin, thnglahing, crabbing, *1 round tripj. i and O. train, at 9:15 a. m.,l1:80p. m., 4:28p. in.; Sundays at 9:i6 a. in., 1:5Sp. m.. O:15 p. DUFFYS PURE MI EDR MEDICINALTUSE HO PUSI. OIL Thn te m emi.g p... -----s whinhe, in the iaehee. Vt eeesseag the even essmte er tempuse wase, her driving end mna fres the eypea; fat eegtheutng NEN ad making WOMEN Selgsatr it ham eer bees equaled. A Uiete oflit tales in wes.e wise ethmiiselgill al dIsemm em. Se. in it, heween siM pee rumlin t, gpaet mbas pcQ elg DMM%s Pue Na3 nese in m ether muin as asid. bud see E amm uim oa imu NeW.-Tbs 1hoer %as a dan Marion Hadand endorses and uses Cleveland's Baking Powder. February 5. 1892. After long and careful trial of others, I prefer Cleveland's Baking Powder for several reasons. Cleveland's "s a pure cream of tartar and soda mixture, not containing-alum or ammonia or any other substance deleterious to the human stomach. Cakes, muffins, biscuits, &c., in which Cleveland's Baking Powder i used, keep better. . , A like quantity of Cleveland's Baking Powder goes further and does better work than any other of which I have knowledge. It is therefore cheaper. POMrTON, N. J. Quiet aMe Is never without a Ubral uWpy of Blackwe's Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco, composed only of "pure leaf," grown in the famous Golden Belt, Its uniform quality, and rich fragrant aroma recommend it to all who desire a really good smoke. No other smoking tobacco has ever been made which has secured and held the popular favor as has Blackwdl's Bull Durham. It is now, as it has been at all times dur. ing the last 25 years, the best in the world. Made only by BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO., DURHAM, N. C. SUMMER RESORTS. SUMMER RESORTS. ATLANTIc CiTY, N. J. ATLANTIC CITY, N. Jo A n dof South Carolina ave. ,Atntle City. my23.east marl A. IFLING. eamo-xa Stard Of Eo,. m3 LONNADEN. JOAK&N. ELSILY. ATLANTIC CIT po j New boman.engymentwcanedoa b rletsaisc:tr sh oo msat.JA5 NOWD.? hy9-lpN &T. I Unear k. the nager Id2 .'tA A. RINES1 ' 'WF1U & Cene. H. * AO HOUSE. ATLANIC CITY WEIC eILON NADE HOTEL. ATLANTIC CT. 21. J. - nar. am t09m; opene se ; 6&cN. HOFeA JueO er aAVevryrepet Thos desring to e e A EN. P or. apynt Te Ean en t a y o no . y n_ JunOK in-m atst CARJIANEROO INN& VENTNOE, N.J.BE DI o tasel,. now Atlante Y City ba bAtlaW o .C. A. RINS t e0. .se; oee.n 7T'A NTIC CITY" PARK . H t'r walk from bath ".. grounds. kR_ P X. J. -GIUTAV A. XNI)BLAIUCW. RYPR. N. J- T us DRIJNToN. 3D JOTEL ALDINF. PACIFIC NEIt 01110 AVFsnseilae aSiqbr an2i. Ciper da . .. t,, 41. .50 per ay: e jyl.W&tX"'" ra. HAMiLToN EUNT. t, 4 r w-,k. Re-ared saul rofqrklsb~ his -___________ s . Send 11e 1mttv le.piele c. A H OE L A . . DA . , T A N . r :. nd naave. Atlantic City. N On qa rm 5&hutgts0MFrrlf N* P.a d m. . dproe . T tiu W Ka e h n con 6" ' *.m C . ALLEN. Pr opieto. 1. .2WWR ~jIt rL BIIKEIT._jF FORE j yACME R13 AE .~T~~~f Extemeoran ndof Kr'ntqicky ave., open June. AlfthinMAK oN Jnur the ;E h I. New uaanau.'nnt: cularwAre newly traiahed; pevuet;atsian wier th e a Alecric bells; terms a nonrt. . -meo.AW s P. AqRT W%%r SCJAMES & .EORGE BE. "I. 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