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FOR SALE-LOTS.
N T.llL5OMAI!( LINE, B. & 0. RAILROAD
ed Geen, 32 feet front, in all, ,911
aure hstit, at 10 cents. Switch sure. AU
QUST DONATUl. 611 7th. jy27
FRM PALIZ-MALL LTy. 16x100, ON G WT. BET
14th and 15th sIn, a..
Also srimt' new 6-r. brick house am P at. bet
234 and 24th atm. n.w.
Jym-9.tu.th.3t JOHN E. TAYLOR, 1213 F at.
FOR sALE-)N EASY TERMiS-SEVERAL I SM D
the aidition to Brooklal. cheap: two good lot
are ofered for only $135 each; sine, 5tb33. THi
McLACHLEN REAL FTATE AND IDAN COM
PANY. cer. 10th and 0. jy25-7t
FOR HALE-FINE CORNER PROPERTY IN MT
Pleasant. 280x117; very available fbr suhdtvllos
and im pre ent; not affected by street exten
len. 'LER & Rt'THiLRFORD, 1307 F at. n.C
jy4-2At*
FOR SALE-OUT AT KENILWORTH, D. C., thes
hot its resMents are sleeping beneath blan
et. afeliwt section for smmer residence
Ltes for sale for $1 down and $1 a week. N
Iaterest--perfectly clear title given at nre ftre
of charge. See us about it.
ALLEN W. MALLERY & CO., 624 F at. jy21-tf
FOR SAI T A .REAT SACRIFICE-N.E. CUR
4th st. and N. Y. ave. n.w ; lot fronting 75 feel
on N. Y. ave. by 80 feet on 4th at., and con
tatming 4.436 sq. It. W. H. BARNES & CO.,
t2im F St. naw. jy21-7t
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
OFFIIE OF TilE COMMI:-MIONEIZS, D. C. WASH.
Inglon. D. V., July 22, 18ALt.-To whom it may
concern: N-tlce is he-rehy given that the Com
missioere of the Distri.t of Columbia intend te
construct atonewars sewers in e-.st aide of 3d
str-et s.e. between I and K streets, abutting lots
9. 10. 20, 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26, 27, 28 of squatr
7!0; estimated cost, I35. In ltrliol street be
tween Grant and Iark strc'ts. ahuttirg lot, 5. 12,
13, 14. 15 and 7 of bork 2, art lots 1. 3 and 4.
of tteek -1 all of . P. Brown's subdivision o
tount I'leasani: eatirmated cest, $531. In 10th
street s.e. between 1 and N streets. abutting
lots 2o. 21, 22 and 23 of stiuare 3. and lots 11,
12. 1.3 and 14 e.f Ie'lare 177; estimated cost,
$35. In *eet ile of 13th street s.p. hetween E
e.tr-et and Penna. ate.. abutting lot% 12. 13. 14,
15. 16. 17 and 18, setuare 103: estimated cost,
$5"Q3. It east Ade of 7th street s.e. between 1
and L streets. ahutting lots 3 an. 4. siuare 9W,;
estimated cost. $210. In east side of 12th sireet
s.e. between Penaa. ave. and E street, alatting
lot 6. square Wi19; estimated cost. $161. It
Waalgton street. Anacostia. D. C., betweet
Piere., and Adams streets. abutting lots 367, 368,
369. 370. 371. 372. 373, 374. 375. 376. 377. 378,
379. 3O. 31. 382. 387. 388 9. 39o. 391, A392
313. Sit4. 3t3>. 39. 397. *"8. 3W9. -100. 401. 402,
40n. 44. 405. 406. 407 and 408 of '"Tniontown'
subdivist.or: estimated cost. $1,021. in 5th stree
n.e. between E and F streets. abutting lots 37. I
and 4 sluare C53; emtin.ated cent, $403. In E
street n.e. between 5th and 6th streets. ahntting
lots 1. 2. 32. 33. .14. 35. 36 and 37. mtuare 835;
etlmat-d cost. $329. In 6th stret n.e. between
E and F streets. abutting l ts 1, 14 and 13,
sequare 85: estimated coat. $224. In Jeffersom
street. Anacentfa. . C.. between Adams and
Tayla,: street.,. abutting lots 472. 473, 474. 475.
47N. 477. 478. 479. 450. 481, 492. 4h3 ant 484. ol
"Uniontown" subdilvision; estimated cost. $542.
In Jefferson street. In a soUlheasterly directior
fraim Taylor street, Abutting lots 26. 27. 28. 29
30 and 31 of block 1. sad lots I and 7 of block
2. all of Green's subdivision of "Chicester;'
estimated cost. $260. In 16th stret exteimded
between Kenesaw avenue and Grant street. abut
ting lots 141. 140. 139. 138. 137. 136, 135, 95,
96, 97. 96. 99. 100. 101, 88. 19. 91). 91. 139. 12,
128 ne 127 of Deulson & Is4gtton subdivision,
and Ints S. 9 Ane 14) of Hermtn D. Walbridge'
subdlivision of "Ingleside;" estimated cost. $1.
4441. In east sile of 14th street n.e. between 1
and G streets, abutting lots 37. 38. 30. 40. 41,
42. 43. 44. 45. 44. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51 and 52
square 1(51: estimated cost. $470. In 10th streel
s.e. between I and K streets. abutting lots 1. 10
11 and 12 of square D51. ani lots 4. 5, 6 ail 7,
sire 97.: estluted cst. $454. In west side
f 10th stret n.e. between East Capitol streel
and M-srachesetts ave.. abutting lot 10. squar
941: estiUateed eniet. $12. Alseesnsments will be
motie against the abutting property mantione
asove. as prmvided in public act No. 171. approve
Aui.M 7. 1-144. A hearing will be given m,
WED1'NFRSDAY. AUG'iT TWELFTH. 1896, a1
ELEIEN A.3., In the board room of the C'omt
missloners of the DIstrict of (oninhla. at whlel
time and nlace objections May be presented b3
propjrty owners to all or any of the above nmen
tioned work. J. W. Rf194. %Et)RGE TRlUEs
DELL. (HAS. F. P*tWEL. Comnmissloners, D. C
jy27.23.as7&8
EDUCATIONAL.
I WASHINGTOX.
I'I;EEN'H IN 80 LESSONS; PIRONOtN('ED WE.L.
spoken. read and umele-stood1; 20 lessons now
fail term and diplurina courses. Septe-mber 15
MLIE. V. P:rUD'HO)MM. 307 1) st. n.w. tcal
lines). fv27-1m*
Voice Culure S r ) NO. 4. 93
F. 21) FLOOR. PIAN
I v8eNS. Spc.'--lty Reginners. Iew Termrs. TitiAl
GRITIS. 0l)e.n until 8 p.m. GEeo. W. L-AWRENCE
jy6.24t*
('IENOWErH lN8'lI'E,
1342 Vernot ave. and. lwa V'ir-le. sel;-t board
ing and day school for y'(emg ladi.s. Miss MARY
t'. DAVENPORT 4:ilEN4t ETlt. Principal.
jyz,-Im*
1'J;IVATr LESSVNS - ELEMENTARY OIL AD
%anced studies; especial atte tin to backward,
unwill!ng and ault pup~ils. Unihersity gradamt.
Prof , . 14; lHopkiin place. ntc& 20th and sia.
mni-s. tu-Am*
CtLUMBIA COLLEGE eF CO MERCE.
407 Seventh street northwest.
C. K. tINEit. A.M., C.E.. Principal.
The lesding s-+(^l of tbusiKn and shorthami
Il:hest sttainale grade of instructilon at mo&
erate e:ost. Sitatioan for gradulaties. mnh23-tf
Shorthand D
fine 11TH.
fy22 10T FLOOR.
W L F D .ES 32 0 W..JE)HNS W2OP'NI
graduate studileit-Thorough preparation for all
coil.ges; classics and other btudies; coaching al
stmpu er. je3-1m*
Chevy Chase
MEENCH AND ENGLISH BOARIIING AND DA1
School for Young Ladies.
Half an -aur from Washington. D.C., by el-e
trie care. Ftenrb the language of the house
Reep, no October 1. 1816. Address
311e. LEA 3i. 11OLIGNY.
je7IT-on.12 P.O. Station E.. Washington. D.C.
61IlOIRTHAND. PITMAN SYSTFM; NEW, RAPt]
reporting style. beginners and dictation; type
writing. Pupils pepared for exam.
Je25-tf Miss ANNA M. LAISE. 1333 12th st.
OUT OF WASU1NGTOS.
SHE.NANDOAH1 VALEY ACADEMY. NEAR WIN
chestes, Va. For tifty buys and young men
Everything the very beat that tauney can secure.
Elegant hu'ldimies gemedie and e.lut mnr.
GREAT . SUCCEalS WrF BACK WAII BYS.
A solid, proeremtale and prosperous schoedi that
aveekds every sipecies of humb u. For catalogge
addlres J. B. LOVIT1', Mi.A. (Itnir. Vat. Prim.
jy23th~a~t.ita ___*___
N(1'RE DAME OF MARYLAND.
Ct-liege for Jeang Iadites roed preparatory schoni
far glts. Regular and alective courses. Mluat.
and art specalties. C'ondnetedl by school sisters
of Notre Dae.
jy~b-ctatm* Clutries Street ae.. alttmore, M.
YllteINIA MILITARY IWITUTTE. LEKINGTON.
Va.: 58th year; state military, scientiln ean.
tee hnical school; thorough courses in general anc
sri.pled chemlstry ad In engiering; dgees
cii ferredl in coutrse; grad: V5..,. and bae. eloi
science; in post gtraduate cousne, master science
elvl engineer; all expenses, Including clothing
and Incidentals, provided at rate of $3650
mnath, as an average for the four years, en n
5sizetif oat~l.
jy16-eo19t Go. SCOIT SHIPP. Supertntendent.
FAI4QtIER 'N~t1TUTE FOR YOUNI LAIFA
Warrenton. Va. The 36th year beguns Stept. 17
1816. Situated In Piedmont reglon of 'ea., is
Southern Rt.Ri.. 54 oiles from Washington. Nam
her limlted. For esta ~usaddress
jy14-t.th.s.36tt 4;1t) 4. t BTL.ER. A.M.. Prin.
ROANOKE ' ___"
te-urses for Degree., with Electives. ILibrary,
21,t10 volumes. Work! Laboratory. Bteautiful,
heritthfnlixmountai nt-oat io G(oud morals ant dis
cipllne. VERY MODERIATE EXPENSES. Caetaloue,
with views, free. Address THE PRIDIlENT.
Je3O-eol m
BIL'HIEL MILITARY ACAD)EMY. VIR~II4 LI
Value.. Slt00.000. Loceeted 56 milecs from Wash., I
ne'rttern Va. Pr-pares for advanced study and for
busintene. Chiarges extrenmely low. Patronage frn
22 states. Addessw for illustrated catalogue Col.
IR. A. MlcINTYRIE, Bethel Academy P.~ 0., Va.
Je27-eo2t___ ____
DAI-TiIORE KINDE4ltARTEN AMlIOCIATION.
Training school for kiniiergartners. Jiner, seni's
anti graduate courses; abso a course f'r dlirectore
of ncrnsal trainIng etasses. Iectare bey Dr. W.
T. Harria on ''tante."'. Addrese isb CAItIJLINE
MI. C. MART. Dhlector. The NorthamtoBal
tirnere. Mid. jy18-2m*
ST. JOHN'S COIJ.GE, ANNAPO0L18, MID.
108tth session comences 16th September. Ezeel
len raorySchool attached for bos12 to 16
i'ECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN T
THlE PRtEPARATION OF CANDIDATES FOR
TUE. NAVAL ACADEMYT.
Address the Prea't, THOMAS FELL. 1.L.D.,PH.D,
jyi*3i___
hIAPLEWOOD INSrTTEB CONtCORDVVILLE. PA.
7. A uessful school; one of the best to In
enetgy, te wake a p hoys to the datie,
of life; prepare for beat conleges:.hays usae 11
Jrs. $16.J. SORTLIDGE lYale), Al.., Prin
2B-MA 1tKn'D CO).IARS 10R YOUNG L.A
dies, and Seno et Minste. iNear BaltImore.) Col1
1~ftdruInelnding dagress. Modern corn-en
campashe* ther0ugh trai~a~hamte emr
~Ui~senstat as reprsnted. Nos-sectarian
310-52' ____
WI. AGNY SCHOO0L-UND)ER THE DIRECTIO3
,f~B0 Deane. PreparatIon for all colleges
~eii htuds and Courses of College Study,
tacal advn.ttge in Muste and Art. Oyinna
gm.Miss RE-.53 .'W. BOYD, Prim.. AlbanyN.!
kl-int___
AdADEMY. ROCKYZLL.F, MD.. FOR BOYS. MA
ex-popthn Univ. oif Va.. CoruetI Lebigh, Prince
tnand )fa.Inst. of Technooyat Bostos
Wdr~I. P. MASON. U. S. N. A. Pria. jy15-2mt
DBE. JOEN SNAUGBTON L.ONDON, .DENTI~". I
6e---- eaia my sn--emr to den
talpas3 in Washlpstmat 1107 0 at. -a.w.
i.W. MRRILL ag et Gorai.taite.
MamoeoEaTAL DhERMAR
SUMMER RESORTS
ATLANTIC rwl, W, .
"A PERFUT DREAM O A COTAGE' (FOR
medly private attage of & -n --mi 1110e4l.s
reems and hes, lawn and tdble
aamupassd. rs AA~r1* S.IN. (bre
himn ave. . - jy24-2w*
-THE EASTERN ATAR COKAGE, i
10 South Carolina are., Atlantic City, .
Near beach. Terns, PSre aid $12 per weeke
Mrs. M. M. FARRAR of Washigton, D.C., Prop.
The Algonquin,
FORMERLY THE MANSION HOUSE.
ATLANTIC CITY. N.J
Will open June 27 under entirely'new manag
ment. he house has been thoroughly renovated.
redecora ted end otherwise Improved. lvater;
American plan. $2.50 per day and upward. Ba
rplan. $1 day and ward.
je.'&t'th,26t GEO. A. BA RD. lanager.
HOTEL CENTRAL,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. TENNER11m AV
Near PaciSe. Under the same managemenE
Free coach to and from beach during hathinghoiurs.
je20-s'tu&th-19t L. A. ROWAN.
DUDLEY ARMS.
Pennvlvana acd Pacifc ares.; entirely refur
nbihed; special rates to families for thle season.
je1-2leo- - B. I.aOYD.
HOTEL RICHMOND, KENTUCKY- AVE., OCEAN.
end, Atlantic City, N. J.-Steam heat. -on par.
Iors, elevator. Ac. For terms and other infrma
tion address
fel3-eotf J. D. PEASE.
Grand Atlantic Hotel.
Entirely new. Atlantic City, N. J. Capacity.
350. Virginia ave. and the beach. 150 oceaN
rooms; en suite with bath. Hydraule passenger
elevators from Street. Lighted throughout by
electricity. Orchestra daily. Bouklet cetainiag
terms and showing hotel, new esplanade, etc.,
upon alplicaton. CHS. E. COP ALFRiD
WYMAN. Propd. jy21-26t
THE NEW HOTEL ST. CHARLES,
Atlantic City. N. J. Ocean front of St. Charles
place. Finest hotel on the voast. Rooms en suite.
with fresh and sea water baths. Elevators. Pri
vate artesian well. Send for booklet. JAMES B.
REILLY, Prop. FRANK S. SMAW. Mgr. my4-78t
THE BREVOORT, 38 S0.30U1TH CAROLINA AVE.
-Convenient to Beach. Perfect sanitary arrange
ments. Terms, $1.50 to $2.00 per day. peclal
weekly rates. B. E. NORRIS. Propr. "jy1l-42t
Hotel Royal Kecky ave. An -
Sforts ard coaventences for
250 guests. Service and cuisine the best. Terms
moderate knd special to parties making pro
stay House screened. (Je102) C. SKILTON.
MAitEiAij, COTXAGE,
Ocean end So. Carolina ave. FIrst-claw table and
accommoduthmas. Home comforts.
jy3-26t Mi U K. LEr10M.
HOTEL MT VERNON.
Near *be himtb. Absolutely frat-class. An
Ideal summer home. $1.50 to $2.50 day; $0
to $14 per week. fjy3-to JAS. MOON.
GRAND PACIFIO HOTEL,
Right on the ocean front. Ehmopes and Amerl.
ean plans. $10 to $15 week. managed.
jys52t IL M. -1LLIDT.
THE HOTEL SELBY,
Pacifc and New Jersey aves., Atlantic City. N. J.
MRS. M. E. SUTER of the Albany, 1706 Souner
at., Philadelphia Terms moderate. jy.1-m*
THE ORIOLE,
212D Pacife ave. Open all the year. Terms, $7
to $10 week.
jylf2t Mrs. C. T. BUZBY of Baltimore.
BMWS HOTEL,
flB.aola ae. and Beach. Finest satloenm. Every
modern convenience, including elevator, et and
cold sea water baths. Perfect service. American
and European plan. (je20-39t) RICHARD BEW.
THE ALBMAREI AND C(YTrAGE.
Virginia ave., close to beach, Atlantic City.
N, 3. Location central and attractive. Hotel re
plete with all eacellencies. Cuisine and service
thn. highest standard. Ctupaclty. 250. Illustrated
booklet mailed upon applicatIon. The terms are
reasonable. CAl . COPE.
je22-f52t
THE CASTLETON.
141 Ocean avenue. Newly fornished. Choieest
table Two minutes to ho* baths and surf.
jel-52t . C. LINDSAY.
THE CLINTON.-CORN; ATLANTIC 'ANID N
necticut ayes. Homelike; wide piaxas. Enter
talus 150. Term $7 to $10 per week $1.50 to
rrday. Circular malled. Mrs. F. i. COPE.
BRADY HOUSE. ARKANSAS AVE., NEAR THI
ocean-Airy ao pleasant rooms: a cheerful family
house; good boa; rates moderate; clrcuua fre.
Jel0toel JAMES BRADY. Mgr.
HOTEL ALDLNE. PACIFIC AVE. RET. MICH
Igan and Ohio aves. Enlarged, repainted; ele
trie bells and other improvements. Terms. $9 to
$14 per week. Send for booklet.
my25-78t H. I). EASTMAN. Prop.
HOTEL BERKELEY.
Extrem, ocean end Kentucky ave. Steam heat.
Sun parlors. Elevator. Every convenlence. OR
pacit.. 2:0 JAMES & GEORGE DEW. ap1-10t
UOTEL &0icKNEi. KENTUCKY AVE. AND
Beach; 100 feet from the ocean; music; excellent
table nd wee hos; 2 to 50 per da;
$9) to $14 week. L. .SIK
THE Ct)R~u)A.
(Originally the Berkstire Inn.)
New York ave. an. the ocean; $10 a week and
ward; terythingf Srt-class. M. A. HOECK
YProp. A. J. WOUP)E. Manager. wbW-2t.
Hl'YFEL ATG1LEN.
Michigan ave. near eieh, Atlantic CIty, N. 1.
Rates. $S t, $14) 1.!r week. IIcated. Send for
booklet. J. EI RED. my28-144t
Carisbrooke Inn,
VENTNOR, ATI.ANrld CO.. N. J.
Delightfully situated on 'ee front. All mad
ern improveruents; elevator. gns, electric bells;
10 minutes by electric car froth Atlantic City.
Specl.al rates for Jimne. Address
je12-3m A. E. CRAWFORD, Veatnor. N. J.
"THE MARYLAND."
New York avenue near the beach,
Atlantle City. N. J.
je15-2m F. . OREM, Proprietor.
THE OSBORNE, COL. PA'IFIC AND ARKANSAS
aves.; one square from Reading depot and ieach;
electric lights and elevatc; $3.tX3 to $14.00 ner
week. Mrs. I. J. 0SBORNE.
myl2-3m
HOTEL DENNIS,
ATLANTIC CITT, N. J.
250 rooms.
my13-78t JOSEI H. BORTON.
Hotel Imperial AxNs.AGES.
Ocean end Maryland ave. Full ores view from
wide three-story porches. This handsome and
home-like house has every comfbrt and eonven
leace for 254) guests. L~are roems, healthiest 1n',
cality. Artesian water. Table and service a ape.
etalty. $2 to $3 per day. 810 to $18 per week.
Special rates or seasn and to families=
.nh14-156t 0. W. KENID1UK.
LA PONTAIE
Ocean en'! Kentucky ave. New management.
Sun parlor. Steam heat. Open all the year. Se
lal hmily rafes. EDWARD C. CLARK. ap*4m
ATLANTIC CirY, N. 3.
Hotel Traymore.
Appointments and service flrst-clase.
D. S. WHITE, Jr.,
se2Stf Proprietor.
ROTEL. EDISON,
MichIgan ave. near Bieach.
Elevator. Steam heat. Send for circular.
fel-156t 3. C. COPELAND.
THE BtERKSHTRE INN. VIRGINIA AVENUL
Orean Dad. having been thoroughly renovatedan
reitted, will open for the reception of gneets
JUNE 1. 1896. M ARSH ALL & TILIySON,
Prone. CEO. A. ROCK. Manager. myl1-3im
ASBURY PAmRE. N. J.
THE BRtIGHITON, ASBURY PARK, N.J. TENTH
season. Hotel elaged, refurnished. dojise
from ocean. Tertms reasonable.
jy11-Im* Mrs. HA3MILTON HUNT.
TH E, LAFAYETTE,
ASBURY PARK, N. 3.
Illcust30 Ochstadai,.
__for_____strtedm~hlet.
The Victoria,
ASBURY PARK, N. 3.
Iecate.i at Third and Ocean avenues; fifty yard.
from bench; new house; slIlimprovemn'ts; excel
lent table and appointosent.; accommodates 150
guests; 15th eason at this resort. l tees rates
for June. .5. KEMPFE. PROPRlIETRI. my1-3m
HOTEL BRUNSWICK,
ASBURY PARK, N. 1.
Directly on the beach. The leadlng hotel In every
respect. Elevator. MORGAN A PARSONS. jel-3ta
"THE PAMARE."
COR. SEVENTH AVE. AND WEBB 5T.
One blosck from the ocean, ASBURYK PARK. W.
Term. reasourble. (Jy-20t) blISS . LYONS.
Laetand leading hotel.
le-rEO L. ATKINS A SO E
ST. CLOUD. ASItURY PARK,N..
1st ave. near the sea.
Now span. Special low raten'fer June snd Sept.
jeO-t~th,a,2m____
==AcH MAveN, 3. .
The Engleside,
Bteach Haven, N. J. Open uniW coe 1
Many new improvements since last year.
Send for new lilustratedbeh
my18-110t ROB? B. ENGLE, Prop.
- CAPE MAY, N. J.
Stockton Hotel
CAPE WAY, NEW JERSEY.
Open Rem June 6 to September 30. 'The aest
eaunt and spacious on the eaast; every facilIty
adrequisite for the cosafort and convenience of
guests; ~vate baths; ptmlng pefc; Nor
man's ce 'arae orchestra of egteen peces.
Send for illustrated booklet. - ORAU M.
CAKE, Propr., and the Normandie, Was on,
Brexton Villa, CAPE MAY
Ueautlfbl vernda== Sua parlor, with oeesa view.
5rqrd,~zas.Special rate for spring. I.A.MYERS.
THII ELBERON,
OPPOiSITD CONGRESS HALL. CAPE MAY,
Large plasma. Samhe =====ement.
jyl-lm 5. B. WBUiON, Prep.
THWOlkITOhi. DIRECTLY ON 33AC3, ON A
high bluE; clear- ocean view: orchestra: telegraph
in hm. meow. 8001 $B t $12
SUMM1 RESORTS.
CAPE UWAY, N. J.
AL'DIH 00. COLUMBIA AVE. AND DE
r t., 7May G t enlarged and re
formahed; emm
je0-20 'MTm. MUBrant
HOTEL DEVON- N*- oen, ONe'
Metauear beach (and ra~iroed Utions 00
vm er EKltG &~ M*ROL jes-Sm
FHE COLONIAL, CAP AN .
All modern convenlences. New houne. Shady
plassas. W. H. & C. S. CHURCH. jel-2m
On the beach. ' CAPE HDUL.
Teems,= $9 aod upward per week.
CAS AP RO1? . 3
Je16 eo8t , GUD. . cKROMR.'
OCEAN GROVE, N. J.
20TEL SPRAY- VIEW. OCAS 'GROV, N. J.
Directly OR the Ocean front; pearches on three
grouts; ocema view frem all Econs; electrie Its
an bl.; send for beklet. JOSEPH WH
je10-2t
ARLINGTON HOTEL,
00"AN GROVR, N. J. Leading hotel in the
Ga; orchestra; ealsine unexcelled; special
terme to- fdmilies. G. H. MILLAR, Prop. je5-2m
SPRING LamIC, N. J.
WILBURTON-BY-TH E-SEA,
SPiTING LAKR N. J.
for the seasn an June IS.
el- . K. LErCHWORTH.
f1Y', CARLWiON, SPRING IAKE, N. J.,
te emn and lake; PPOtr-tuents complete;
exeellent table; polite service.
jill-eo-am S. E. SIMON, Manager.
LM' ALLAIUr -
Directly on the Beach.
Thoroaughly renovated.
Smy15-am M CHADON, Prop.
SEASEDE-NEW ENGLAND.
'HE 'itOCKLEDGE." POPHAM BEACH, MAINE.
At the mouth of the Kennebec river. An Ideal
summer hotel. For terms and circulars, address
J. D. FORSYTH. Manager. Je2-eo2ni
COLONIAL BEACH.
:OLONIAL COTTAGE (Mrs.- A. L. Crawshaw), Co
lenial Beach. Va., opp. post otlee, near beach;
=easnt rooms; good board; mod, rate rates. Full
ratio at Room 20, McGill bldg., 912 G n.w.
jy24-St
ALONIAL UEACH COTTAGE FOR ENT; NEARI
lz.ndlngs; furnbhed; cool, Lreezy porches; salt
water bathing. J. JAY GOULD, 421 9th at.
je2-1mdrdays*
LHE ALVIN, COIONIAL BEACH, VA.-SEA FOOD
dinners a specialty. Table the best. River front.
' Board by the day, week or month.
jys-1m* - M. L. GANVILLE, Proprietor.
SEASIDE-MISCELLANEOUS.
irOR COTTAGE,
OCHAN CITY, MARYLAND.
Open for reception of guests; reasonable rates.
For particulars address Mrs. A. F. RINGGOLI).
Jy28-w
IOTEE. BULV'VUE, CHAPEL POINT, MD..
OPENS JUNE 15; management first-class; salt
awt-r bathing. fishing and crabbing: terms,$5. $K,
$7 and $8 per week; special rates to families.
Among the advantages of CHAPEL POINT is the
fct that It ba two maiml daily, ad that it can
he reahed by two trains daily via the Pope's
Creek line, or by steamer Harry Randall. For
further Information apply to A. P. KRETCHMAR,
Chapel Point, Md., or E. S. IANDALL, Itiver
View oede, city. je5-3m
rHz PLIMHIMMON, OCE.AN CITY. MID.-A NEW
and most attractive hotel, with every modern
convenience. Open June 13. Mrs. R. T. SHitEVE,
Ocean City, Mal., or at ofice of
JAMES H. ELISWORTH, &j Washington Loan
and Trnst bldg. je30-tu.th&s-lm
JCEAN CITY, MD.
ATLANTIC HOTEL.
Modern; complete; finest service and best
cuisine on Atlantic coast; swept by ocean
breezes; elevator; electric lights and bells; ex
cellent sewerage and sanitation perfect; purest
artesian water. flowing six thousand gallons per
brir; moderate rates; no malaria; no movlui
toes; yachUng and fishing superb; ocean bathing
assaurpassed. Leave pier, 11 Light street, Bal
timore. daily. 7 a.m., 4-10 p.m., except Satur
day, 6:30 s.n., 2 p.m. Sunday, 7 a.m., live
and half hour trip. Apply for rooms. SiNE
PUXENT BEACH CM., I1 Eqlutable building,
Baltimore. Md., or THEO. L. PAGE, (manager
of U. S. 1enste efe). Ocean City, Md. Jy13-Im*
PINET 10INT HOTEL OPENS FOR THE SEASON
of 1896 SATURDAY, June '0. Near the Chese
pake bay. The beat salt-water bathing on the
tomac; beating, fishing, crabbing and other
amusements furnished that you will and at any
other fist-ciss hotel. Steamer Sue leaves Ste
ienson & Bros.' wharf, foot of 7th St., every
turday at 5 o'clock p.m., direct for Piney
Point (no stop*. Also en Mondays at 4 o'clock
p.m. Steamer Potomac leaves Sundays at 4
*'eleek p.m.
For circular.&c , call on WASH. B. WILLIAMS,
7th and D sts. n.w. For further information
'ddress THOS. W. WILLIAMS. Proprietor,
je18-2m Piney Point, St. Mary's county, Md. .
'OTOMAO HOTEL, ST. GEORGES IsLAND '511
-Open Jne 27. Rates. $1 to 0.50 per day; $#) to
$8 per week. Splendid sailing, bathing. crabbing
and fshing. Music atd dancIng. Tak-. steamer
Potomae, Sue or Arrowsmith. all of which stop
at Adama' wharf. ee llvening Star for sailing
hours. Address ADAMS BROtS., St. Geonme's
Island. St. Mary's county, Md. fe22-6w*
@*(DORM WOoDW Won.
The hotel will open May 30 for the reception of
Iests. Ocean View is one of the most delightful
T to on the Atlantic coast. The bathing is per
trand without danger.
An Ideal place for ladies and children. Musile
W the Portsmouth Navy Yard Band.
For terms, booklets and further particular., ad
Ire"
my27-3m.12 N. R. THOUNTON. Proprietor.
OLD POINT COMFORT. VA.
H')TEL SHERWOOD.
Rates reduced to suit the times-$2 per day: $10
r week. Healthiest spot In America. Fishing,
ting. Bathing. GEO. BOOKER, Owner & Prop.
Jy13-1%*
SPRINGS AND BATHS.
PEACI GROVE. FREDERICK CO., VA.. WITH
its fauas health-giving mineral waters and
-baths-; 10 minutes' dve from R.R. station; it
duced rates in R.R. fare: terms moderate; write
for descriptive catalogue. C. It. SMITHEY
Wadeville. (larke Co.. Va. jy23-eoim
'HE BERKELEY SPRINGUS HOTEL IS NOW
open fa the season.
The baths of these celebrated springs are noted
for the ncr of rbsenatlsm. gout, kidney trous
bies and nervous diseases. The climate i delight
ful-puresand fresh mountain air.
Tes me reasrcaile.
.For rates and catal en address
CHAS. P. JACK & A.B.UN~GER. Prons.,
jy25-85t* Berkeley Springs. W. Va.
ROCK-ENONI SPR166G8, VAs
The popular mountain resort. TrIp. 12 noon to
1:80 p.m. Cool and dry. Mineral spring., Baths,
Pool. First-class table. All kirnds of diversions.
RATES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
jy2S-tf Address A. S. PRATT, Proprietor.
Doubting (lap
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, NEWI'LRr.i PA.
One of the largest and most pular health and
montan resort. in Pennsyvania; elevation
1,500 feet; modern hotel: spacious poces; medi
cinal waters and baths; resident phsician; pine
grove.; good bleycle roads; boating; athletic
sports; music; dairy; vegetable farms; telegraph
and past once at hotel. Reasonable rates. Send
for Illustrated circular. -
GElIRGE ALBERT FREYER.
5Oth Season. (Jy21-lm* Owner and__Manager.
RISTORIO HIACKWOOD SPIIOS AND SUMMEIt
resort, situated within 2% millen of Winchester;
la~rge, airy rooms; good fare; plenty of shade;
medicinal waters; healty location; station and
reduced rates. For particulars address CHARLES
B. SANGLER, Box 277. Wnchester,Va. J17-11t
Buena Vista Spring tiotel,
Blue- Ridge Mountains.
DRY ATMCSPHERE. 1,500 FEET ELVATION.
Elevater and ail modern improvements.
OPEN JUNiE 25 TO 0OCTOB 1.
-Address W. M. REAMER. Manager,
Buena Vista Springs P. 0., Western hid. R.R.,
Sy29S-3m - Washington onty, Md.
ONLY 58 MILES FROM WASHINGTON,
The Pauquier
White Sulphur Springs.
l'HE FINEST SUIMMER HOTEL IN THE SOUTH.
Surrounded by 250 acres of groves. shady walks
and drives, Fafuous hot and cold sulphur water
baths. FPor eireulars, rates, etc address
* JOHN i. MILfS Manager,
FAUQUIER WHITE SULPHIUR SPRINGS,
3y14-1m* Virginia.
IARROLI, SPRINGS SANITARIUM, FOREST
Glen, II&D ghfnu situated on the B. and 0.
aogthe hil of Marlnd, ten miles from -and
300 111aboe. Washinton; this popular resort
reopens My1; deindfor. Invalids and con
valesats; ilustrate circular nst on request.
jyl0-1s* - 0.. H. WRIGHT. M1.D.
,BEDFORtD SPINGS* HOTEL,
Bedford, Pa.
'The Carisbad et Anmerica. Now .open with in
creased attraettons, with its springs of curajtive
5ater.: It is a health-giving an well as a de
ligtful sammer home. SPECIAL TERIt3S FOR
SETEBER. fiend for booklets. Address
myt2-3m - 3. T. ALSIP, Manager.
Takoma Springs Hotel.
Formerly Hotel Takoma--North Takomna, D. C.
Delightful resort. Spcal rates renmainder of
season. Special Sunday dinner, 50c.
- ap2S-ilm GEO). H. CRYELL. Prop.
IEl TB801 MOUNTAINS.
AURORA HOUSE.
Now open. Finest Health and Pleasure Resort
a Alleghanies. uero accommodations. Excel
eat table, large lan; low rates. No fog. No
nosquitoes. Booklets at Star offee. Bring heavy
J_ . H.,HFFR Prop.,
LKEE'S MOUNTAIN HOUSE, HARPER'S FERRY,
W. Va., mew open. Located en Fruit Hill1 PFu,
Biue ihige mountain, 80 .inutes' drive from de
pot. Rate.s $5.6 and S7 per week, $P and $1.00
5ead %Jfurdr1tr.d. ~W F s. P
SUMMER RE RTS.
NM TE e 409onms.
.WHrT .COTTAGE, HARPE']?RRY, W. VA.;
high and a ; pure watr and good table; is
open to boa rs (adults) for circular and
terms. WM. H. BELig tor. je23-42t*
MOUNTAIN HOUSE,.
In the heswt :C !ie, -Wow gen; no
pce ans ortI raen mederate.
fin-, to, W. Va.
HOTEL POWIATAN,.
Charlestown,
Mountain al'; saluhrit imate; moderate
rates. Now open. C. M-. hg~, Prop.
myl9-eo3m
McDOWELL HOUSE-BEAUT1L FOR 81TITA.
tion; offers an attmctivee ttekar home;- shade,
porel s; excellent table; cl - airy rooms, with
mountain and river views.- ess B. E. Me
DOWELL, Harper ' Ferry, W. Va. my2-Sm
THE SUMMIT HOUSE. HARPER'S FERRY, W.
Va, q'ens June 11 with greatly improved facil
itIes. Strangers are requested to give references.
For inforniation address Miss M. J. BOKER,
Clerk. mv6-3m*
THE LOCKWOOD. HARPER'S FERRY, W. VA.,
will open its 20tS season MAY 20,. R'osms large
and airy; plent shade; tale first-class; rates.
$6 r weea. s.. E. LOvYCT, Proprietrrms.
my 12-5m
ON THE CREir Op THE ALIXGHENIES-LOCH
LYNN HElGHTS HOTEI-Location and accom
modations t.nsnrpassed. Snd fo.! circulars. MT.
LAKE PARK. "1., or 1435 K st. u.w. my4-3m*
MOUNTALN. HOUSE C(TAGE--OPEN FOR RE
ception cf guests; also a cottage for rent. For
rticulars nddres. S. A. LAUGHLIN, Deer Park,
ld. jyS-Im
MOUNTAIN LAKE LOTEL,
Mountain Lake Park, bi. Summit ALeghanies.
Opens June 1. Cireulars and programs.
myl5-tf S. H. MARTIN.
HIL-TOP HOUSE, HARPER'S FERRY, W. VA.
Tbis popelar reort Is open; aut-elase table and
beds; boating. danelng and fshing- most bry
poi;t: telegraph in house. T. S. LOVWVfmy-T-om
BOLIVAR JIEIGHTS HOTEL. HARPER'S FERItY,
W. Va.-This popular resort is open; first-class
table; d..rcing, boating. fishing and hathing;
highest point,' shady lawns: telephone to station.
JOHN H. LUKE, Mgr. W. J. MURPHY, Prop.
jy2-tf
OAKLAND HOTEL, OAKLAND. MD., ON B. AND
0. R.R., will be opened on June 15. Most delight
fl location. Address Mrs. BOLLING. 1225 Lin
den ave.. Baltimore. until June 15. my12-tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
Fort William Henry Hotel,
LAKE GEORGE. N. Y.
Largest and best apointed hotel at the lake;
conducted only tIrst-<4ass and at terms lower
than any previous vear. OPENS JNE 15. under
the matagement of Ityland iamilton of Atlantic
City. Past-running elevator; electric lights; tune
orchestral music; elegant tennis court; bowling,
etc.; first-class livery .ttaehed to hotel. Plans
shown and informatih4n given by (ailing on or td
dressing R. HAilLTON, Hotel Grenoble, N. T.
myte-B.tnorth.3m
CIEYX CHASE INN.
Rooms. single and en suite,
with private bath.
jy23-lm Terms moderate.
THE ESSICK.
HIGHLAND LAKE. PA.
Most healthful summer resort in America. Write
to above address for booklet, terms, etc. jyl-S0t*
LEGAL NOTICES.
No. 782D. Admn. Doe. 22.
TI- 1. IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
That the subscribers, of Alexandria, Vs., and
the District of Columbia, respe-tively, have ob
tained from the Supteme Court of the District of
Columbia, holding a special term for Orphans'
Court business, letters testamentary on the personal
estate of Harriet C. Webster iarker, late of the
D-trier of 'olunibia. decensel; all persons havinr
elaims against the said deceased are hereby warned
to exhibit the -atme. with the vouchers thereof, to
the subscribers, -,n ,r before the 15th day of July
nt; they may otherwise by law be excluded from
all benefit of the maid estate.
Given under our hand this 15th day of July. -.896.
PI'li PARKEi PU1ILLIPS,
IREGINALD FEN1DALL,
jy2l-law3t .344 1) st. n.w.
No. 7322. Admn. Do. 22.
THIS IS To GIVE NIYriE' THAT THE SUR
scriber, of the District of ('dutmnhia. has obtain'd
from the Supreme Court of' the District of Co
luabia, holding a special' term for Orphans'
Court btsiness, letters tetionentary on the
personal eitate of John Dotgles Mrl'hersoun. late
of th Istrct ub deesed. All per
sens having claims against 'the said deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit"the same with the
vouchers thereof to the subbcriber on or bef..re
the lit: day of July next. "They may otherw'se
by law be excluded from il benefit of the said
estate.
Given ttrder my hand 111 11th day of July,
181. IOBERT W.' McPHEISON.
1505''emna. ave. n.w.,
Washington, D. C.
HsfVlNG WLJJAMISON, Pitetor. jy14-law3w
PIANOS AND -ORGANS.
Knabe Square , PiAno for
only $22 cash.
Don't let this chance go Iy:
Just the plno for a' beginner.'
Medtuin size-all in perfe't order, ^and a nice.
sweet tone.
Fine Square Grand Piano
for $125.
Handsome style. richly finished roseuwood case;
beautiful, sweet tone. otst new 'iO.
Elegant over and steol whit it.
$10 down aud $5 a month.
The Piano Exchange,
913 Pa. Ave.
jy27-204
AWe hare ONE more
only of those nne MA
0 H4aNANY GRAND UP
RIGHT PIANOS, which
we hire been selling for
$145 cash.
Decidedly the greatest bargain of the times;
made by a standard manufacturer and fully guar
anteed.
D. U. Pfeiffer & Co.,
417 iith St. N. W.
jy25-tf
ONE LiECO.ND-HAND NEW ENGLAND UPIGHT'
piano, nice tone and case, $100; $8 cash and $4
per ttonth.
HUCO WORCH,
924 7th at. n.w.
Pieties for rent, toned, stored and packed.
j320-8d
PIANOS im
Unequaled in Tone, Touch, Work
mnanship and "Durability."
Also n fine assortmnent of deirable sligbtly need
Uright. Square and Grand Pians of our own
make, returned from rent; fully guaranteed; at
reduced prices and reasonable terms.
Old Pianos taken in exchange.
PIANOS FERt RENT.
Tezning and Repairing by Factory Experts.
Win. Knabe & Co.,
1422 Penn. Ave. N.W.
Telephone call No. 1787. EnyS-24d
STEINWAY,
Gabler, Hallet & Davis, Chase, Mathushek, Briggs,
Marshall & Wendell, Somner, Poole and other
High-grade Pfiaxos for saie or rent on easy terms,
at E..F. DROOP & tSONS', New Ware Rlooms, 925
Pegna. ave. . fe20-tt
WM. KNABE & 00. HAVE TO OFFER A FULL
line of Second-hand Upright, Square and Grand
Pianos of different makes taken in ecne , and
returned fronm rent, at redneed prices 5.Gterms
to sult. 1422 Pa. are. .w. J"Te.lephone eil
1737. n'yS
POTOMAC RIVR BOATS.
STEAMEttS
WA]- F'IELD AND T. %- AIOWSMIH.
FOR POTOMAC RIV4 IiDINGS.
STEAMER WAKEFIEL' LE WASHING
TON, D.C., Mondays and sL urdays. 7 n.m., for
intermediate landlngs .to Coloniai Beach, Bushwood,
Rock Point, otton's ad Nomilni 4'raek; returning.
arrives at Washingtor. on Titeaddis and Sundays
about 4 p.nr. Wednes~ays, V a.51., for interme
diate handings to Colonial BDach,,Blushwood, Rock
Point, Coiton's, Stone's, Howard.t and - Cohum's,
Nomnini creek; r'eturning, arrives .at Washington
about 11 p.m. Thursdays.
STEAMEtR T. V. AREO itMIT1V, 'Mondays and
We dnesdays, 8 p.m., 'for Colqnfal "Beach, Lo' ton's
Abell's, Leonardtown, Nominl creek, Piney Point,
St. George's Island,.Smtth ereek, Coan and Yeo
comlnco rivers; returning. ar irs 5t Washington
early Wednesday and Friday .irips
Saturdays, 0 p.m., for moni Beach,
Culton's, Piney Point, St. Oe '"1land, Smith's
cre-ek, C'oan and Xeocomico rivers; returning, ar
res at Was'aington Sundays about 10 p.m.
See schet'ue (in effect June 27. 189)0).
jy7-tf C. W. RIDLEY. Getteral Manager.
TH E WEEMS9 STEAMBOAT CO.
SUMMER SCHEDULK.
Steamer P'otomac w-ill leave 7th at. wharf every
SUNDAY, at 4 p.m., for Baltimore and River
L'andings. Steamer Sue leaves every SATURDAY,
at 5 pm., for Lower River Landings, and MON
DAYS, at 4 p.m., for Balhtinore and Rlirer Land
ings. All rIver freIght mbust be prepaid. Rates given
on Baltimote 'freight. STE~I'kENSON. & BIRO.,
Agents. 1110 Pa. are. Telephone 745. jy7-tf
KI S. RANDALL POTOMAC RIVER LINE
Steamer llarry Rtandall leaves Rtiver View Whtar,
7th street. Sunday. Ttuesday antd Thursday, at 7
am., lamnn at all wharves, aa far down as Mad
dox creek. Va., including Chapel PI'ut asuL Colonial
Beach. returning on Mondays about 9 p.m.; Wed
nesdays and Fridays about 3:30 p.m. Passenger ae
comimodnttions first-class. Freight received ntil
hour of sailing. Telephone 1765.
F. A. 11EED & CO., K iS. RAND)ALL,
Agents, Alexanria roietr and Mlanage.
SUBURBAN' PO~l!
FOR xle'-anM ELTO, MOtNGOMERY 0.
11d.; 27 aes; 10-room house; m.L; lease
fler mo.
W. H. BARNES & .,
it -M2 F t. aw.
WATCH PRICE IN SOMERSEV HEIGHTS WHEN
Glen Eche It runs through to Chevy Chase Ci -
,o. HOU&U ACREACM AND LOTS VERY.
W0W. FULLER & FULLER, 504 11th. jy2-t
FR RENT-THREm DESUIAL HOUSES AT
$10, $12 and $17 per month, or sale on small
monthl payments. L J. BAKER, Langdon, D.C.
"y2-6t
FOR RENT-AT HYAThIVITE, A BRAND NEW.
attractive two-story cottage with 7 room; ad
papered; two latrohes; water in kitchen; sinh
pantry with underground drainage; large lot; U
minutes from station; on Pike ave., opposite
Presbyterian Church: brick sidewalk; will rent
for $20 per month to agood ten"n
H.. WARNER & 00.,
. jy25-St 918 F st. .w.
FOR IENT-CHEAP'-BY YEAR OIL &UMMER
ten-room frame and bath; rooms heated; hot and
cold water; stable; i-ee'seary outbuildings; large
lawn. THOMAS 1. FULKS, Gafthersburg, Md.
Jy'Zx-st*
COOLER, PEASANTER AND MORE HEALTHFUL
than the city is "Beautiful Cleveland Park."
Pay it a visit.
j724 Omee, 610 14th st.
FOR SAL-A BARGAIN-7-ROOM HOUSIE IN
Hyattsville; 3 min. walk from station; stable;
good water; $300 csh. balance $300 annum;
1r, $2,200. ROGERS, RICHAR 'N & CO.,
Hyattsville, or 338 lind. are. jy24-nm
I CAN POSITIVELY OFFER BEST VALUES
sbout Weshingtia in suburban propErty at LAKE
L.AND, MD., where the Onlumbia and Maryland
Railway C. are new building their large powar
house and ear shops. If ym are rot prepared to
buy a house secur. a lot; when it is paid ter you
can borrow money to build. For particulars ap
ply to EDWIN A. KEWMAN, 611 7th as. &.w.
e20-3m
FOR ALD-OR RENT--A STORM BUILDING,
centrally located at LA WELAND, MD., 8 mile
out, es B. and 0. R.R. and C. end M. electric
read to Baltimore. A great opportunity for a
gocery. EDWIN A. NEWMAN, 11 7th st. n.w.
20-8m
FOR PENT-ELEGANT 8-ROOM AND BATH
brick houses, with porehes, sewers, range, gas;
Potomac water; shade and every convenience;
only $20 per mouth; with stable and large corner
lot, $2 per month. Open for ispection. New
man terrace, Petworth, D. C.; take Brightwood
ave. electric cars, or apply to EDWIN A. NEW
MAN, 611 7th tt. n.w. je20-3r
HOTELS.
THE RALEIGH,
Cor. Penn. ave. anod 12th at.
EULOPEAN PLAN. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF.
An elegant restaurant for gentlemen and ladies.
Also a luzurious cafe for gentlemen. Private
dining rooms and banquet hails. Prompt service;
bet-class cuisine. Special attention given to
"ries after the theater.
i5-tf T. J. TALTY, Manager.
MIGHT DROP BRYAN.
Provisional National Committee of
the Populists Appointed.
The "middle-of-the-road" delegates to the
populist national convention have appointed
a "provisional national committee" to de
cIde upon the future action of the populists
in case Mr. Bryan should not accept the
nomination tendered him, or indorse the
platform adopted by the convention. Henry
L. Call of New York city, until recently of
Kansas, delegate-at-large fropi the state of
New York to the people's party national
convention, and a prominent "middle-of
the-road" populist, has been appointed
chairman of this provisional committee.
He said last night that in order to be in
readiness to act in such a contingency, the
following letter had been addressed to dele
gates in each state:
"Please furnish me the names and ad
dresses of all prominent populists in your
state opposed to the nomination of William
J. Brg'an. Also keep me advised of the sen
timents of the party and of any steps taken
or decision reached toward independent
political action."
This letter was sent out in pursuance of
a motion adopted by the temporary organi
zation of the dissenting delegates of the
convention. The re:solution follows:
"That the committee heretofore appointed
to ascertain the decision of William J.
Bryan, relative to his acceptance of the
nomination for President of the United
States tendered him by the populist party
in convention assembled, and, further, to
ascertain his willingness to. Indorse the
platform adopted by said party in said con
vention, be required to report within ten
days. That provisional national ccmmittee.
consisting of one member from each state,
be appointed by the chairman of this meet
ing, which committee shall receive the re
port of the aforesaid commi ttee, and shall
thereafter confer with each other and with
the delegations from the various states
relative to what further action shall be
taken. That each member of said commit
tee shall be ex-officlo chairman for his s-ate
of this temporaray organization."
POPULISTS FOR McKINLEY.
Texas Leaders Dissatisfed With
Bryan.
Leading populists at Austin, Texas, bit
terly denounce the action of the St. Louis
cor.vention nominating Bryan. John Caul
field, a prominent local populist leader,
said:
"It appears to me that Jones and the
spollsmen at Ste Louis ran that conven
tion in the interest of Bryan, and it looks
to me as if we have been sold out. To
accept of the convention's action Is to de
stroy the populist party. So far as I am
cor.cerned, I propose to work to defeat -he
St. Louis spoilsmen and I shall vote for
McKinley. The populist convention meets
in Galveston the 5th of next month, and
I shall work there to bring about a fusion
in Texas with the republicans. They
made a proposition to our party some time
ago proposing to support our ticket for
state offices if we - would support their
electors. Myself and others opposed it,
and the matter was dropped.
"I will r ow, however, advocate it at the
state convention, tnd I believe it will be
agreed to. Such a course, to my mind.
will save our party organization in the
state, and I .believe it will give Texas to
McKinley and oust the democrats from the
state offices.''."
Gould Martin, another prominent popu
list, who has often been represented on
their ticket, concurs with Caulfield and
they claim they represent a large ma
jority of the populists in the state.
- BRYAN'S NOMINATION.
The Siiver Party WiHl Formaliy Noti
fy Him of is Selection in Blaltimnore.
William P. St. John, treasurer of the
national silver party, returned to New
York yesterday from the St. Louis con
vention. He said:
"The national silver party has accepted
an invitation from Baltimore merchants to
notify Messrs. Bryan and Sewall in the
city of Baltimore. The notification will
be made about fourteen days after the dem
ocratic notification in New York.
"The place of headquarters will be de
termined by Senator J. K. Jones of Arkan
sas, chairman of the democratic national
committee. It looks at present as though
he would select Washington for headquar
ters. Whatever he does will be followed
by the silver party.
"In state and municipal affairs the na
tional silver pasty will not move. This will
leave the republicans to vote their own
state tickets, but the national silver party
will have a congressional candidate in
every district where the democratic nomi
nee favors the gold standard."
Stolen Stamps Revealed by a Toad.
Fi om the Belk fonte, Pa., News.
Six weeks ago the Snowshoe post -office
was broken into by burglars, the safe
blown up with dynamite and about ES2I
worth . of stamps, envelopes, etc., were
stolen. Howard Smith. Charles Gray and
William May of Philadelphia were arrested
on suspicion, and are now in jrsil at Erie
awajting trial in the United States court.
At the time of their arrest the suspects
were searched, but the stolen property
cojuld not be found. Today it was recov
er'ed in a very peculiar manner. Somne lit
tIe children were playing with a toad this
afternoon near a stone wall, which is ad
jacent to a barn on the James Gates es
tate, about a mile north of Snowshoe, when
the toad jumped irnto a hole in the atone
wall and disappeared. The children exam
ined the hole, and ins tend of finding their
toad, fished out a lot of stamped envel
opes, the money drawer taken from the
safe and several mailing punches, besides
a quantity of stamps. All but about $84
worth of -the .stalen property was recov-ered
and restored to the post office. T'his comn
pletes the chain of evidence against the
three men arrestea, as they were seen loi
tering about the barm and stone wall on
the night the robbery was committed.
BALDNESS IS OFTEN PRECEDED Olt ACUDI.
gtd yrayness of the hair. 'I' prevent beoth
ml aye.use Hall's flair Renewer,
AGAINST LYNCH LAW
X= Meiding of Om.1d Citms at gahb
Resoiutems aden=im the rae
ttee Adoted-kpeechs by lMs. Eda
Welas amnett and Others.
-Despite the intense heat which prevailed
last evening, Shiloh Baptist Church, L
street between 16th and 17th streets north
west. Rev. J. A. Taylor, pastor, was
crowded to listen to speeches against the
lynching of persons charged with crime.
whether they be white or black.
The meeting was called to order by Mr.
Taylor. who oonducted devotional exer
cises, following which Prof. J. M. Langs
ton was introduced as the chairman for
the occasion. Mr. 0. Snowden was secre
tary.
Prof. Langston explained the object of
the n.eeting and reviewed the history of
the movement, which was started several
%eeks ago in order, he said, to create a
sentiment in antagonism to the spreading
of lynch law, which had, he said. reached
alarming proporticus in Maryland.
Mrs. surnett's Speech.
Mrs. Ida Wells Barnett, who was then
introduced, said she realized four years
ago, from the killing of some of her
friends in the south at the hands of lynch
law, what a barbarous practice lynch law
is.
"It is Indeed high time." said she, "that
you should do all you can to put down
lynching. If we consizier that it devolves
upon us to remind this great nation of the
evils of lynch law we should do all we
can to carry out our mission.
"The time has come when we should act
as well as pray. It is our duty to get all
the facts about every lynching and to lose
no otrortunity to show to the public that
the people of this country are fest becom
ing a nation of murderers."
Mrs. Barnett further said there had been
many crocodile tears shed in the United
States over affairs In Armenia, when at
the same time there is a far worse state
of matters In this country. She also sal:
It had been charged that the colored peo
ple were making a race issue of the lynch
Ings, but this was a mistake, the race
Issue had been made by the lynchers and
mobbers themselvs.
The statistics, she said. showed that of
the lynchings which have oocurred in this
country during the last ten years nine
tenths of them were cf colored people.
In advising her hearers what course to
pursue, she said:
Edmeate Public Sentiment.
"Get yourselves united and educate pub
lic sentiment on thi lb ect. and there
will certainly be a rei. . Point out to
the world that not only Is the colored race
Injured by the lynchings, but the American
ration is disgraced thereby.
"There ought," said she, "to be societies
organized throughout the country, certain
ly there ought to be one In Washington,
and there ought to be speakers to go be
fore every national gathering and explain
the horrible character of lynchings. I have
never spoken before a white audience that
they were not amazed t0 learn that from
150 to 200 persons were lynched in this
country each year and that nearly all of
these were negroes."
Mrs. Barnett, continuing. said that what
was needed In the south was that white
and colored men who commit crimes of a
similar nature be punished in an equal de
gree.
In concluding she appealed to her audi
ence not to let the agitation on the sub
ject which has been started here die out.
but to push forward the mo ement until
lynchings are a thing of the past.
Later il the evening it was determined
to have a committee appointed by the
chairman of the meeting to make arrange
ments for carrying Mrs. Baraett's sugges
tions into effect.
In a second address Prof. Langston said
it was the Intention of the maragers of the
present anti-lynching movement to go be
fore Congress this winter and urge the
passage of an anti-lynching law, and if
this is secured to make an appeal to the
legislatures of the several states for the
eraetment of similar legislation.
Renelutteus Adopted.
Mr. Thomas L. Jones submitted the fol
lowing preamble and resolutions, which
were unanimously adopted:
"Whereas'the foul spirit of mob violence
and lynch law Is becoming so prevalent
and has assumed such alarming propor
tions in this country as to make it Impossi
ble for many individuals charged with
crime to be permitted to enjoy an Impar
tial trial according to the provisions of the
national Constitution, which should be held
inviolate; and
"Whereas it is destructive of popular lib
erty and a menace to our government and
its Institutions, As well as to the best in
terests of the life, liberty and property of
American citizens, to permit its further
toleration in any portion of this country,
whether tWe victim be white or black; and
"Whereas the public press, the two great
political parties and the white ministry of
this country have been slow to denounce
these crimes as foul blots upon our nation
al escutcheon and harbingers of revolu
tion, anarchy and a subversion of the re
public;
"Therefore, be it resolved, That we. as
American citizens i mass meeting assem
bled, do denounce and condemn these
lynching. as inhuenan, barbarous and n
American. and as foreign to the principles
of our government, which rests upon the
sure foundatlcus of law and order.
"Be it fi'rther resolved, That we call up
on the entire pulpit, the public press and
the lovers of liberty, of home and of gov
ernment throughout the republic to join us
In this effort to extermInate this growing
evil of lawlessness In this country, to the
end that our government may be saved
and the rights of life, liberty and property
be as our fathers Intended them to be-the
common heritage of all."
What Mr. Jenes Said.
Before the vote was taken on the adop
tion of the resolutions, Mr. Jones said:
"In meeting here tonIght to denounce
lynch law and mob violence, let it be un
derstood that we come not as colored men
or as white men, but as Americans, In de
fense of the citizens and to preserve our
government against the forces of anarchy.
outrage and lawlessness, which are under
mining the fabric of law and order, which
Is the Gibraltar of the nation's hope and
the sheet anchor of all our lIberties, In
our efforts to arrest the progress of crIme
and lawlessness in this country and to ad
vocate the right of all men to be tried by
law when charged with crime, we are act
uated by Ithe moet exalted spirit of patriot
ism and the broadest principles of human
ity, for we recognize the fact that what
ever tends to destroy ou" social and politi
cal system and to endanger the stability
and perpetuity of our government, which Is
founded upon law, is equally pernicious in
Its destrtuction of the negroes' rights, as it
is the rights of our Anglo-Saxon brethren.
Then why should it be thought strange
that the negro should be foremost in de
nouncing that which he knows to be sub
versive of justice and has for its object the
destruction of a government which we
have given 186,O000 brave soldiers to de
fend? It is a sad commentary upon our
Christian o'vilisation that the spirit of law
lessness has been allowed to assume such
stupendous proportions."
Mr. R. S. Than, president of the Pro
American Alliance, who was introduced by
Prof. Lan'gston, after referring to the way
in which Mohammedanism was introduced,
said:
"ArmenIa now lies bleeding from the fre
q'uent attacks of armed mrobs, and, alas!
diolomacy affording no relief. Christendom
looks on with indifference, and our own
country tamely waits for some other na
tion to interfere."
Short addressee were made 'oy Rev, J. A.
Taylor, I. L. Thomas and others.
To Be Surrendered for Porgery.
The State Department has Issued a war
rant for the surrender to the authorities
of Germany of George Grothausen, com
muitted in New York by Commissioner Ly
mans on a charge of forging papers to the
amount of about S1,O00.
Death of Edward W. Wilet.
The State Departmsent has been inform
ed of the audden death, on July 10, from
an attack .t heart disease, of Edward W.
Wiliet. United States comoserolal agent at
St. George's, Bermuda. Mr. Willet had
beent appointed United States esnsul at
nt. r.isto.he., L
Cure Ater Cure Folows in
Wonderid Suceuo
Added to the LeOW LiSt That Pre
elaima the Marst-cl Ot the Enneevery
That uas Benled Aurary the Stame
From te Tomb of Silemee.
THE UNIEtAIAL INTEtP.rT TAKEN IN THE
WsLWK OF INATOWII M114C AND 4'4WDEN Ut
NOr 'YU SE WONDIE AT WItEN IT IN RE
MEMitIAtFi THAT THLEV AltE DOnING XAOM.sK
TIING THAT NEVFt WAN DONEK IttinIt:E IN
THE IIINTnJRV We MEII'INIE. tARKE A\I# E
C1i3*TIONAL. t'E; (OF 19EAFNF-oN A\111sai-'
IN TiHE EAR" i-:str CURE. B'r THEit: 411.10
TILUATMIJLT, Will II AILE NntW I'li*'ARtI*li
UE'AUSE TILEV AIUL T(011 IU% U-.E A\111 41TECN
IIAI .I-1't'L Rt NEEVft IUELiIE WAEIZI ATili.SI
TItUiILES t_1t11:e WITii TIIAT t :I0Ail\Tv
AND RErI'LAItITY 'i!tt i'11 A.iT. Tali:
41PMUCATIIN OF I-NTAI-47it.1:C3 L.AW.Tte!
WHOt AftE la4SAAWINf. Tills sFililt> 1FTN
TIMONIAJA FiND NEW 'AlSL 1'(IR Wo\1lIstt
EVERY DAY.
W. 11. colionan. 72|1 4ti at. Oe...
testif.t-. S. Ir. *.4,l-ay'P, akill In cur
ing deatifneass
William f. Colemaan. -23 %iath
natrent wsutlh-at: ',r thirty yeanr I it t--n
deaf. Terrinl- nyuminltn. hoiIs -i and 1.unning
mounds in iny ears lre'nte-d n*.- froon *In'liy
undstmlanding ordisnory -nermnwtion. I eat -an
stattly % gonls-led too ask goIpe- to regn-a1.
"I tried uanuy doctor, gno i. ant i n oft.-n . but
found esily n little t-. .r.nry rei-f . I tit.-r she
Itreatin -tat of itor iw \l a dte .de. n th- <i
trenwing noiis' have- all -e-twn-d. and
A Cam Herar Aggita Perfec'tly.
"la'nse of my cure I ha,-v i~i.le a fri.-onn4
oef mine- Who had tn.-o'n de-af to ibriy-lt.- y-arm to
take thei r tre-atmen-t.
"B--ddes eting d--nf. I was a t.nstaiit s.-n rr
from cbrui loroneIiLin and siom.h tnroun . I
w.a. never nitinput a evsugh. and th eeI would
oftn:-n -t for hour at a tinn.. Mty or-nth w ul'l
n-idden-fly seemat to rMoep. nsul I w.ml.1 fall d->wn
Comspletep ietssen=
fn exaiiuitiion. My sntar.ch wan sen bad that I
wonuld vomit atnnst evert-vinng i :t.
'-iras. McCoy and Cowden hav-- en--. uoy eyugh. -
and I can eat ann digi:'nt my futed wi.thonut v-einntiug.
My ntimroveruneut ii siugely wtpnade-ful."
That nl nay inve an ad-ust.e and -,rro-t idta
4,f the M.4oy trentm.-nt. the weond.-rtfit r.-nsalt% -if
wvisit are attraei.ing tIK anitesatin of thi v-hole
-ountry. I9..ett rmo sty nunol S'ni'.-n hase g.t.en
ounly -trrang'd for a. Ilnit-i tim-- to give to. all
asteiautni on tineir first visit a Trial Treattnnt
Fr.-e This in gnnrely far Atduational gonrp.-tem. In
a few year" tint. trentmn..nt wilt I it general
adoptnion toy the- ifnn'vitiuhn. and it in& in"- d.-trn- ot
Its disc.overt-rs that it loe seen nnd nnted I al
many- n'W plk I posnnIle In It.- dicet.s of tIe Na
1i6Unni'Pramctin.. whitn inston- MeCra INa.l instituted'i
in Wnihingten. at 714 13th at. S.w.
McCoySystemofMedicine
715 13th Street Northwest.
Dr. J. Cresap McCoy,
Dr. J. M. Cowden,
Consulting Physicias.
O 11.ce Hour. 9to 12 asm.., I to 3 p.m.,
4 to a p.m., dailu Saaday. 1 mM. to
4 p.m.
COP1ER OF IKVTOlt M<CiJY'S M4INfNtAPh
ON #EAFNESS WIL lE MAILIF) ON AI4 iM'A
TON TOl TH4iPIC lttRlT.Y INTIVtEilM1 IN
THIC CVRE OF THIS OGUNDITION.
MET DEATH IN THE DESERT.
Two Nea Perish as a Prepseettug
and Mnatg Tour.
Edward M1. Clark and Harry Sanford,wise
started to drive across the Colorado desert
from Benning. Cal., to Yumna. Aria., ala
weeks ago, have been lost in the desert.
They wennt on a minting and prospecting
tour along toe Colorado river, and were
"grub staked" by James Coyle, the Po
mona. Cal.. hotel proprtetor. Coyle beard
from Clark fn omi Benning. and eight days
later from Volcano Springs. From Pomona
Clark wrote that their suffering on the
desert bad been fearful. They were almost
Out of provisions, but pushed on to Yuma.
Coyle has heard nothing since from Clark
and Sanford. Sunday night a prospect.,
named Higgins sent word that he found1
two bodies answering the description 01
Clark and Sanford on the desert twenty
five miles from Volcano Sprin~gu.
The bodies were decomposed. hut the
clothing wasn identified, and two miles di.
tanit a dead horse wasn found with a wagon
answeritng the description of the one they
had. No doubht the bodies are those o1
Clark and Sanford.
Clark was a nephew of ex-Governor My
ron H. Clark of Canandalgua. N. Y., and
was a cousin of State Treasurer Colvin of
Glen Falls. N.Y. He went to California
two yearf ago with an invalid wife, and
was unfortunate in mining speculations.
Satnford has a wife and four children liv'
Ing at Columbus. Mo.
SOIND MOIEY DIZUOCH ATS.
F'ifteea States Wil EBe tegeeeted
at thse Satlomal Centenmtioa.
Ex-Congresaman William D. Bynum.who
is a member of the subcommittee of sounnd
money democrats arranging for a nattonal
convnention to nominate a sound money
ticket, said yesterday in Philadelphia that
fifteen states have already indicated that
they will be represeinted at the meeting in
IndIanapolis August 7. There are a few of
the far western stages that will not be rep
resented at the ideeting of August 7, he
said, because the time is so short that they
cannot get their representatives there.
States are beginnIng to organIze, Mr. By
num said. Minnesota las already appoint
ed delegates. Texas is in line and Kansas
has sent word that the state will be or
ganized immediately.
-- o- - -*
SEW YORK AID McKBSLECV.
HCa-Senator Hisneket Says thae Utate
Will Give Hime 100,W0 Majertty.
Ex-United States Senator Frank H iscock
of Syracuse, who was in New York yester
day. said that all talk of the free ailverites
to the effect that the farmers of the state
would support silver was nonsense.
"They understand," he saId, "that a 13
cent dollar wIll be even worse for t hem
than fon the baankers, and capltaliass for
great numbers of themn have accounts in
savings banks in gold dollars or their
equivalent.
"We shall carry New York state by at
least 100.000i votes. But on that aceount
we will nsot relax a whit in our efforla,
but shall make a bruising cagen of It.
Thne Og'a rett Out oet' Ommnstas.u
The cruiser Charleston. which renently
returned from a two years' cruins la Chli
mese waters, was put out of commissics
at tibe Mate Island, Cal., mary yard yes.

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