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FROPI8MA:- PkeR PRINTING.- OF17K11 OF THE
Ioanoners of the D1strict of '1umzhia, Wash
lngto. June 19, IJ7. sealed propisals. indor-l
"Prtpasosin for 'rioting'- wita be received at
this oflice until TVIN-E irCLAS.K 3t. JUNE
TWENTY-FU'rH. INK, unde: the following head'.
rpectacrly: lst, M3e1elaneess Printing. and tae
Islab and anstrisl arM. the - mpitd, t containing t::e
lst oif arr.ars Of taxes for tne t.scai ye ar 1497. 2d.
Binnh Irms. lua nk forme of proposasi and spc
tfien tiois and oil other neceassry informhtAmt
will be furnihed upon appliestia at this olice.
The right to reject any and all bid% is hereby
reserved. A certified che-k for $240 on soime
bank in the District of Columbia, or 0 certid
rate of the collector of taxes that said amount
has been ueposited with tilm. mint accompany
each bld a3 a guarantee that the suceessful bid
der will enter into contract it hs bid should :e
accepted; but no new depeit need be made by
biddeus who have a deposit with bids for this
wor opened May 6. 1iW. JOHN W. BO9315.
JON B. WIGHT, W. 4. LA . coemisslouers
of the lDisttlcet CV'gbIa. jel8-t
PROIPItitla Foit PUICHARE OF WAIl' P4
pn.-War gepartmeat, Washington. June 5, 1-9.
-asale pr~po s, In duplicate, will I-e rce i ,
here wrlli TWIlXE O'CLOCK NOON JN 'W -:
TY-SIXTH, 1107. for pu-rche- of as e Paper of
War Department and Its bureaus and dies during
fiscal yur ending June 30, 1MJ7. Information for
nished on application. Proposals must be on forms
furnished by the department, placed in sealed en
veot , indursed on outside "PrOPueiss for purchase
f 'aste, Paper " and addrsyA-i 31. i. THORP,
Chief of Supply irslson. je1l-6t
FRPOALN FOiR PAVNG ALLEY SQUARE 457
WITH VITRIFIED BiL)CKS ON SIX-INCH CON
CREE BASE.--Office of the Comnmissioners, 1. C.
Washington. June 17. Io-7. - Sealed proposals r ill
be receirvd at this office until TWELVE 0-IO'lOCK
M.,. ON JUNE TWENTI-FIFTiI, 1897, for par
Ing alley in Square 457. between D and E and th
andi ith streets n.w.. with vitrified .blocks on a
six-inch concrete base. Blank forms of proposals
and all necessary information may be obtained at
this offlie. JOHN W. Rieis. JOHN B. WiEHT,
WM. M. BLACK, C. mmisioners. D. C. jeli-6t
1WORP(SfA TO DiPROViE THE BATHINBkA(t7
--Onice of the CommniFeoners of the District of
thlumisia. Washington, June 16. 1M7. -Sealed pro
posals. inukstsed "Proposals to Improve the Bath
iugieac-h." will he rectted at this odice until 12
esilock na.. on Wed1nesday. the 23d instant, to
improve the small hasin of the tidal reservoir
n-ar the southern terminus of 17th street west.
Full particulars may be obtained from W. X.
Stev-na superintendent of the Bathing Beach. A
certifid chek for $21A0 on some bank in the Dis
trict of Columbia. or a certitt-ate of the coilector
of taxes that that amount has been deposited with
him, must accompany each proposal as a guaran
tee that the hidder will promptly enter into con
tract If his proposal should be accepted. The
right to reject any and all bids or parts of Itlds
is hereby reserved J11HN W. ROSS, JOHN B.
WIGHT, W. -.. BiLACK. Commisseriones of the
District of t'olumbia. je16-6t
TItEASItRY D)EPARTiiENT. OFFICE SfPERVIS
Ing Architect. Washington, D. 4.. June 12. 1I9I.
- Seald proposals will be received at this -01ce
until TWO *'CLCK P.M.. on the THllTiElI
DAY OF JUNE. 1&)7. and opened iutdiately
thereafter, for furnishing andi dolilvcarig the
Drafting Materials requirod for this office, in
accordaince with the specihk ation ant echedule.
.toples of which may be had at this elie. Each
bid mrst be accomnpanied by i <ertified check for
a sum rAt less than 10 per cent of the nomount of
the proposal. The right is resered to reject
any or all bids and to waive any defe-ct or in
formality In any tdlo rhcold it be deemed in the
lnterest of the government to do so. All pro
posals received after the time stated will be re
torrsd to the hitders. C. E KEMPER, Acting
Scuperlsing Architect. je14-eo9t
Pitl'NtALB T0 SELL PUBIg SCHOOL Bt ILD
Ing Sites.-Otjlce of the Commissioners of the
Iistrict of 0ilumbia. Washington. June 1i, IRei.
-- Sa-led proposaL.. !Indorsel "Poportls to seil
Sc-lied Building S!ies,"* will he received at this
office until TWELVE O'CLOCK M., (-n MON
DAY, THE TWENTY-FIRST INSTANT, to sell
to the District of Colutila Sites for Eight-room
Public School Buildings. Each of these sites
woust he of the following dimensions: If on the
corner. not less than ninety feet front by
one hundred and twerty-five feet deep; if not
on the corner, not i-es than one hundred and
twenty feet front by one hundred and twenty-arve
feet deep. The lots most 1.e located as follows:
One in the third division northeast, between 1st
and 7th streets east, and East Capitol street
and B street north; one in the fifth divialon, be
tween Pennsylvania avenue. 11, 22 an.1 25th
streets northwest, one In the seventh division.
between Brightwood avenue. Wallach street,
Steaten street and 13th street extended. and one
between Q and T streets north and 3d east and
North Capitol streets. A certificate of the collector
of taxes that the bidber has deposited one hundred
dollars with him, or a certified check of some
bank to the District of Olumbia. must accom
pany each bid as a guarantee that the bidder
will complete the sale of the ground if his bid
sh-ld be accepted. The right to rej .et any and
all bids is hereby reserved. JOH. W. ROWS.
JOHN B. WIGT. W. M. BLACK. Oommission
er of the District of COUlmba. jel--t
VOR SHOWTHAND TAKE THE
jel6-4tf THE DRILLERY, 504 11th at.
I. ERXFS LENT.
128 Corcoran at. n.w.
Pinto, Violin, Theory of Music.
ir mer rater from June la to September 15.
A Business Education.
Unexcelled summer course. $5 day or night.
Ivy Institute Business College. ith and K nw.
JUNE 15, NEW FRENCH COURSES: CLASSE OR
vate lessons for ladies, gentlemen, girls and
s. Easy. thwongh method; 20 lessens now.
mLLE. V. PRUD'HO)MME, 3&f D at. n.w.
The Columbian University,
The Rev. B. L. WHITMAN, D.D., President.
THE SIMMER SCHOOL, JUNE 21 TO JULY 91.
Sateen instructors. Fifty-seven courses of study.
Including Botany, Chemistry Economics, Fine Arts,
French, German, Greek. Italian, LatIn Law Law
latin Mathematics. Mechankial Dra ng, Slechan
Seal iineering, Photography and Spanish.
For cataagues and other Information address
my25-lm HOWARD L. HODGKINS, Director.
TANNER'S SHORTHAND COLLEGE, LOAN AND
Trust building, cor. F and Oth. Open all sum
leer. Day, evening and pight sessions. Electric
mans. Catalngues. my26-1m*
FRENCH AND ENGLISH SCHOOL
Suburb of Wahiington.
Prench the Iaguage of the house.
Mile. L. M. WLIGNY, PrinelpaL
Miss C. PE'TIGREW, Ast. Principal
my13-l-10 P. 0. Station E. Washington, D. C,
M123 LAISE, 1323 12TH ST.-SHORTHAND, PIT
man system, NEW and RAPID method;ty
writing anti busineas course: CIVIL SERVICE;
dividual help: spin all SUMMiIER. my7-tf
WOOD'S COMMERtCiAL COLLEGE, 811 East
Capitol at., offers a three months' course in any
d,-partmenit after May I for $10.00. School open
all summcer. A splendid o >portunIty for one who
dc-sires a good busIness duc-ation. ap16-tf
1M15S BALCH'S CIVIL SERViCE INSf TTUTE AND
Business College1311 11th st.-,800( persons pre
pared for examinattons. Stenography taught by
one of the greatest experts in Washlngton.noi-tf
TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE BY ALL
lines at lowest rates. BROSNtAN'S OLD EURO
I EAN PAI2IENGER AGENCY, 612 9th at. aw.
Steamship. from New Ytork Weekly.
GLABUOW VIA LONDONDiERRY.
ite s for Saloo Pamige
CITY OF ROME, $70. Other steamers, $50.
Mecond Cs t In
Rome, $42.50; Fnrnea-ia, 33i.d); other ateameru,$M.
Rome.$25.50; Faurnesia.$24.~.M. other stmrs..$2.50.
Fo~r new iluatrated ikit of Trour,' andi further in
fornaeti~on apply to HiENDERS~ON BROIITHERS Glen
eral Age-ats, 7 Bowling Green, N.Y., or (.W. Oiuru,
li2i l'enna. ave. n.w.. or ED4W. F. DROOP A SONS,
ie25 Pesns. ave., Washington. ap3-3m.-I5
NORTHU GERMAN LLOYD
FAST EXP'R SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH. LO.NDON. BRIEMEN'.
Trave.Tu..Jn- 22, t0 am Iiaale. .Tia.,July 13, l0 am
Lahn..Tu.,June 2t, Xcu am Trave. .Tu..aiy 2i. l0am
iavel. Tu..July 6. 10 ana Imhn. . Tu-.July 27, 10 am
CHEltBttiRO. PARit. ItluiEN.
Spre.Sat.Junae 26. 10 um Alier.Sst.,July 10, 10 am
TWLN-SmlREW PASNE.5G;ER SEVICE.
SOUTHAMiPTON. LONDON. BREEN.
Btreme-n....................Thursday, June 24. noon
Prima Rege-nt Luitpoid....Thursday, July 1, nouno
Ii. H. Mete-r.............hasday, July 8, noon
Friedrich dier Grtaise...Thurstiay, July 15, noon
GIBRAi-TAB. NAPLs, GENOA.
E -....June 19, 10 am: Ftulda - .July 10. 10 am
Werra....Jf~ 3, 10 am Kaiser....July 24, 10 aan
Om~rut 3A CO, 2iOWLiNGj GREEN.
Apply to E. F. DitOOP. 925 Pa. ave.,
ja~u-lyrAgent for Washington.
16tw York-Sontbampton tLandounPartsp
Twin-screw U. S. 3Hall Sr emanhls.
Saitng every Wednesday.
Berlin.Uat.Jne 19. 10 am St. LInis. .July 14. 10 am
St. Lenin. .Jane 26. 10 am New York.-July 21. 10 am
Paris.. .. . .Jun. 80, 10 am Paris.- July 28, 10 sam
St. PauL..July 7, 10 am St. PauL. . Aug. 4. 10 am
Red Star Line.
MEW YORK TO ANTWERP.
BERLIN...............8turday. June 19, 10 am,
FRIESLAND.....................June ;, 12 noon
KENSINGTON................June 30. 4:30 pm.
WESITERNLAND................July 7, 12 nons
11em 14 and 15, North River.
O~ee. 6 DBag Grenes, I. 1.
GEO. W. MOW.Ag, t
COMPAGIE G~tR4aL. TRAMSA~h~Sl~
DJDam?' LINE 'TO PafU PRANC35
remnap....................ant., Jme 19, 10 sa
SGaEregne, B..delon...at.. Jane 35, 10 an.
Tngrains, 8matell....8t., J 8, 15 a-a,
I$1 p. andi apwasd by all .steaees exeept La
iseinchding railway fare to Paris and sand
eka ~ esa set is extra ny amm
gwseal . Genea O 3Boln
MOWa nn a51 Pemn m ...st n
FOR FREE DSTRIBrTION-A
tied -Summer Hemes" and
Along the Routes of the Weem's
A ply to W0EPHEN &
ATLANTIC CiT . X. J.
Ocean eld South Carolina ave. $8.0 to $15.00
per week. Table Arst-clasi.
Je18-20t Mrs. W. I. GWIIN.
BRADY HOUSE,.40M^t .*e't,
handsome rooms- good table are lawn; rates
mod.; booklets free. JAM FD 0-Y -
TRNISHED APARTMENTS DW
vWfe cottage near beach; $5 to A :
e- d reasonable. Box 291Cty.
liOTEL CHAMPLAINE, KENTUCKY AVENUE
near beacb; entirely new; capacity 800; electric
elevator from street level: baths; ealnae of1
highest standard: 82 to $5 per day;
weekly rates. DEMPSEY BRO. l-tf
Hotel Imperial & Cottages.
Maryland ave. and Espanade. Full ocean view frt
wide three-story porches. A drat-class family house,
with moderate prices. Every comfort and conveni
ene for 250 guests. Large rooms artesian water.
Apntiments and cuisine of the highest standard.
2 t( $3,r day; $10 to 118_W week. Spcal
famla season rates. .. KENDRIC
Park place. Dear beach. Opte City Park.
The newe't hotel. k:cation sel. Cuisine and
furnishings ur.excelled. Passenger elevator to
street. 1je-3Vt) S. S. CROWELL.
THE FORTESCtE; OCEAN END OF ARKANSAS
ave.; on the beach two squares from Reading
depot: American and Bropean plan.
jel4-2m J. FORTCU
H1(VrEL MT. VERNON, PACIFIC AVE. NEAR
the beach; externive Improvements; $1.50 to
$2.50 per day; $0 to $14 per week. Send for
cireular. JAS. S. MOON and CHAR. W. SHAW.
Ocean END Virginia ave. (aacity, 800.
Passenger elevator to street. Full vew of ocean.
Write for terms and Booklet, showIw tel &c.
Late of Kenilworth Inn and Grand Atlantic Hotel.
Ocean and New York ave.
FRANK H. STAMM.
je8-28t Of Wheeling, W. Va.
THE ALBEMARLE AND COTTAGES.
Virginia ave. near beach. Under entirely new
management. A beautiful hotel, with all modern
convenlerices. Stands entirely alone, with unob
structed view. Reduced rates for June and July.
Write for terms and booklet, showing hotel, etc.
litertains 250 guests. J. P. COPE. my8-89t
On the Ocean Front.
Salt laths in house. Elevator.
Rooms en suite, baths attached.
Booklet on ap ction.
je7-26t K ROBERTS' SONS.
OSBRNE CORNER PACIFIC AND
OO R1NE,~9 ARKANSAS AVES.,
'BUS AT DEPOT. ATLANTIC CITY. N. 3.
Extensively improted. Now open. Rates for
Jun. $10 per week and upward. $2 per day.
Send for booklet.
my2f-26t LEWIS T. BRYANT.
Pacific and Kentucky aves. Central. Near to Beach.
First-class cuisine. Special rates to families.
je1-26t Mrs. R. H. WHON & SON.
Kentucky ave. and Beach. Capacity, 200. June
rates $1.50 daily; special weekly. Booklet malled.
jel-26t Mrs. H. Y. MOYER.
Corner Kentucky ave. Directly on the Beach, with
full view of ocean from every room. Large son
paror overlooking Boardwalk. Elevator; sanitary
fumbing. Rates, $1 to $4 per day. European ln.
fe attached. 1.1-2W
So. Carolina ave second house from Beach. $7 to
$12 per week. lpeclal rates to families. Mrs. M.
M. FARRAR. Mrs. M. A. ATKINSON of Washing
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
OPENS JUNE 22. TERMS MODERATE.
jel-tf J. R. PALMER, PROPRIETOR.
138 South Tennessee ave.. near Beach. One
square from depot. Open all the'year. Mrs. D.
A. MITCHELL. formerly of the Wiufeld.my5l-2Gt
174 South Carolina ave. Sixth house from beach.
my29-26i BINN8 & FIRST.
THE CLIUTON-ATLANTIC AND CONN. AVE.;
3 minutes' walk to beach; homelike family house;
$1.50 to $2 daily; $7 to $10 weekly; new man
agement. W. F. 8HAW. my2949t
Cor. Tennessee and Pacie. Will open June 10,
S. S. PHOEB1US.
my29-t Formerly of Hygela. Old Point Comfort.
Modern conveniences; $9 to $14 per week; dIs
count of 10 per cent on all rates until July 1.
Send for booklet. H. D. ZAUffMAN.
THE ELBERON, COB. TENN. AVE. AND PACIFIC
aves. Terms, $1.50 to $2 per day $7 to $132
rwk. Send for hooklet. MIL & LUDY,
ormerly of Miller Cottage. my25-3m
BEACH FrONT. Maryland ave. Entirely new.
Room facing ocean. Elevator and every modern
ccuveiet ce. Write for booklet and terms.
mh2D-78t ALFRED WYMAN.
HOTEL RICHMOND.. KENTUCKY AVE., 90 TDS.
from beach. Elevator to ground floor. Appoint
meuts and cuisIne of the highest standard. Spe
cial rates for June. J. D. EARH ap6-4m
Kentucky ave., 50 feet from boardwalk. Ocean
view from all rooms. Steam heat. Sun parlors.
etc. Elevator from street level. S lal weekly
rates. 6 o'clock dinners. JAMER & GEORGE BEW.
(kean front, Mass. ave. Greatly enlarged and
Improved; capacity, 250; now open.
n-y2D-52t SAML. WAGNER & SON.
THE STRATH-HAVEN.-OCEAN END OF KEN
tucky ave.; entirely renovated and reopened
under new management- rates $1.50 and $2 daily.
$8 to $12.50 we y. it. MARSH & 00. my15-tt
THE GRAND ATLANTIC
An elegant Lew hotel. Virginia ave. and the
beach. Atlantic City, N. J. Luxuriously appoint
ed. Every modern convenience. Passenger ele
sator5 to street. 800 beautiful suites, having 2
to 6 windows each. Many with bath attached.
Special weekly rates for spring. Write for book
let, showing hotel. diagram of city. etc., etc.
Coach meets all trains. CHAS. E. COPE. Prop'r.
THE PEMBROKE, N. CAROLINA ATE., NEAR
beach; appointments rnd service excellent; terms
reasonabie; special rates for families.
myl-3m S. AKE.
New York ave. near the beach; steam heat; mo
parlor; all modern convoennes.
myl-52t D. KNAUER.
Noted for lt.' first-class service and perfect
cuisine; the best the Philadela markets af
ford; deliciously prepared and dintily served: 6
o'c lock dinner. JOSIA H WHITE & 8011.
Virginia avenue near beach.
Appointments and service excellent. Terms
reasonable. (myl1o-8m) M. D. NIM eN.
Pacific ave. above Kentucky. Delightful sun
parlors and lawn; steam heat, etc. E. KU.
PATRICK. formerly of the Glenwood. ap22-8m
HOTEL DE VIIJEK
Kentucky ave. and beach. 100 rooD.. Remodeled
and handsomely furnished. Special reduced rates
until June 1st. Booklet mailed. M. W. TRUIT2.
Mlehigan ave. near beach. First-class family
house. Steam heat. to $14 week. send for
booklet. (mhS-l tO 3. U. B~u.
TH E EVARD. KENTUCKY AVENUE; 180 FERE
from beach. Heated by hot water. $2 to $2.50
day, Ineetal weekly. RAIF BRT
THE EDISON, MICHIGAN AVE.
Elecator to street level; steam heat, &e,
Special spring rate.
fe27-tf 3. C. COPEAND.
LITTLE BRIG~HTON. HOTEL AND RTAURANT,
So. Carolina ave. and beach. Full ocean view.
Steam heat. Home comforts. Terms reasonable.
S.A SCHWEISFORT, Formerly on Boardwalk.
Atlantic City, N. 3.
Dvry rectly facing the ocean.
Evr oenconvenience and improvement, in
eluding hot and col sea water heth. Ia heuse;
room single and en suite, with bathe attached
etc., etc. Send for illnstrated hooklet.
#0 LED & LIPPINCOET.
Kentucky ave.' 100 feet froma ocea. Transient,
to $2.0. $9to $12. Send for bosh.
THE PENNHUERT-OCEAN END 0'MICHIGAN
ave., Atlantic City N.J.; electricevateam
heat. Ssrd fler rlsaated booklet. lpeal fall
and winter rates. JAMlEa ROOD. je7-tf
Ocean end Tenssee ave. fieing sates, $1.80
to da; $8 to $12 week.
mh~i-I~t ra. . F. NEALL t TIem.
KENILWORTH~ INN. OCEAN END OF KY. AVE.,
Atlantic City. N.J.. repmMar. -15. Wesater,
lnd n a rsw m'aussmm .KQU .
ATLANTIC Cirt, N. I.
KOTEL UT. CHARNLS.
Fiaet Hoel em the eset.
b~t sa the beach,
hit nd wteria evesy bath,
Dedmeed rate ber May, Jane and nete.
Wit ber boslet,
JAXEa 3. WIlLY, Owner ana muss.a.
Oresieska e ee -sfh sectio et th
fmm. haee. Usas-a.t e...s..t an amue.
ASURT Pamar. 3. 5.
A.P.9MARa G a .r AhmerI ar .
YORKIR, THuRD HOU FEWO - BACM
Atlanta Hotel, n t.
he41d waer bahs WR Ailsgatft
be 5.17= ,N b.Orr~t h
ALLENIHURST, N. 3.
ALLENHURST (Deal Beach), NJ.
Elevater and all modern improvements. Suri
bating. Still-water boating. New Allenbursi
railway sttn. Special rates for June. Bet of
reeecsgive. and 'areLi
j0-m JO D. BAILEY, Manager.
BEACH HAVEN, N. J.
Beach Haven, N. J.
Spca aei June.
Send forlu trd Booklet.
l1-117t ROBT. B. ENGLA Prop.
CAPE MAY, N. J.
South Lafayette at., dape May. N. J.
Near beach and Congress HaJl Tarms modeprate.
je12-lm - Mrs. 0. H. OARltfrSN.
bTAR VILLA. CAPE MAY, N. J.
Within 100 feet of ocean. Rularged and rfOr
nished. Apolntuents first-class. Location unsur
passed. . RICHARRDSON. jeo-Im
Cape May, N. J.
P. H. S. CAKEl Manager.
Opens Saturday, June 5. BookIng oEfle, Hote
Nerandie, where plans of the house can be sea
mud reservation of rooms made.
Jel-Im HORACE M. CAKI.
THE COLONIAL - - - - - - - CAPE MAY.
Full Ocean View.
Electric Lights. ' Modemn Appointments.
ectrcg WM. H. CHURCH.
MlE WINDSOR, CAPE MAY.
Appointments and cuiaine uneXcelled. Loca
my3-2m R. HALPIN.
MlE BREKXTON. CAPE MAY, N. J.
Improved and renovated. Near the beach.
I pins and sun parlor. Terms moderate.
a tOs J. A. MYERS.
SPRING LAKE, N. J.
MHE CARLE'ON. -
Fronting ocean near lake. First-clans in every
rerpect. Modern ccnvenlences.
je18-f,mw,2zm . R SIMON.
WPRING LAKE, N. J., open for the season June 12.
jel-26t R. K. LETCHWORTH.
ROTEL MAYBERRY, OCEAN CITY, N. J., COR.
8th and Westley ave. Unobstructed ocean view.
Cuisine and service of the best. Appointments
complete. S. H. MAYBERRY, Prop. my2-2m*
Leading hotel at York Beach. Maine.
Superior table and bathing. Write for descrip
tive circular.. je2-1m
Finest location on the North Shore. Uniformly
ool. For plane and prices apply to
BLOCK ISLAND, R. L
As perfectly recuperating as life on shiphoard
Pioneer Hotel on the Island; 20 acres beautltuj
lawn; good fishing, boat and driving; excellent
bathing; two conce-ta di; owns the celebrated
nera springs (which drat attracted visitors to
je15-2m10 B. B. Mi'lHELL, Proprietor.
Situated on the ocean front. commanding finest
views; three minutes' walk from the casno and
bathin benoh t guests; rooms en suite; spe
cia rtesfo kailee.Opme on 10.
my22-ln J. A. CKER, Proprietor.
The Nobscussett and Cottages,
DENNIS (CAPE COD), MAS
Hotel grounds 188 acres, on a high bluf, one
nile of sea front; string, broad pier runs 700 feet
uto the sea; I0 bath houses; musk. danclng,
aowling, billiards, tennis, bicycling; bathing unsur
eased; ishing the beet on the coast; sea food In
bondance. Opens June 21. For booklets diagram
if rooms and terms apply to A. L. BISS, the
luckinghan, McPherson square. my2-m
H R L
Opens for the season J 1 1597
For t tc.. address . ALDRICH Pro.
riet. ach Hill. KL L my-2011
BLOCK ISLAND. B. L
Hotel Manisses and Cottages; 15 miles at sea.
Fine bathing; cable; 4ily boats; gas; electric
bells; orchestra; extensive improvements; to mjos
quitoes; prices reasonable. C. E. & E. A. BROWN,
Fifth Ave. Hotel. New York. my81-1m*
FAMOUS HOTEL TOLCHES'pER-BEAUTIFULLY
situated on a high bluff overlooking Chesapeake
bay; mIt water bathing and fshing; a great
health revort. NOW OPEN. For rates address
G. E. NOLAND, Tolchester Beach,
Je18-1m Kent county, Md.
,OLONIAL BEACH COTTAGE FOR RENT, FUTR
nished, for $60 for the season; part of cottage
for $35 for the season; store for $10.50 per month.
je17-8t* J. JAY GOULD, 421 9th a.
IOTEL MARYLAND-ON-THE-BAY; FISHING,
boating, bathing; fine society; best hotel accom
modations; $and upwards per week; write for
circular. GAD & MELVIN. Annapolis, Md.
Colonial Beach, Va.
IOYTEL ALVIN--NOW OPEN; ENLARGED; DI
rectly on beach; free bath houses; under manage
mnt owner and proprietor, C. E. BRAYTON.
BW CONGRESS HALL,
OCEAN CITY, Worcester county, Mar-yland.
Remodeled at a cost of $10,000. -Electric lights.
electric bells and every modern convenience. Is
now opedfo sEaso 187 Fo trms and par
Ocean Ciy Md.
Or THOS. COBURN, 515 14th st. n., Wash
ington, D). C. je0-1m*
OCEN CITY, MD.
SEASON OF 1897 OPENS JUNE 1.
A perfectly equipped and well-appointed seashore
'eort, within a few hours' ride of Washington.
all modern lmnprovements. Specisl rate. for June.
for descriptive circulara rates, etc. address
HAMITON P. IiURNEY,
my26-tf Arlington Hotel. Washington, D. .
UM MER OAIlf WATER Rt!BORT--ARUNDEL-ON
THlE-BAY, MD.)-i furnished cottage at $100 for
season; 2 partly furnished co es at $75 for
sesion-ne and half miles from By Ridg, Md.
'Bus meets regular trains; leavo city 4:2 p in.,
arrive Bay RIdge 8 p.m. Leave Bay RIdge 6 a.m.,
arrive Washington 8:30 am. Farmers' juarket at
every door daily. Apply to THOMAS W. SMITH,
Lu tuer Dealer, 1st and Id. ave. n.w. je12-8t
LHE SHERWOOD, OLD POINT COMFORT, IS
now open for gests. - Healthiest spot in Amer
ic;trn. mdrate 1to $5 per day (lO
SPRINGS AND BATHS.
3RKNEY SIPRITOS AND BATHS,
In the Alleghanles. 2,800 feet above sea level;
newly ditted up; I OW OPEDI. For circulars, etc.,
address J. WEBT ALDIDG, Pr-op.,
je7-2w* Orkney Springs, Va.
ARAN DALE HOTEL,
BEDFORD SPRINGS, PA.,
Fil op. une1,wit- increased attractons. Ups
my12-2m* AIMP aITH, Props.
ROCK ENON SPRINGS.
HOTEL WIL OPEN lUNE 21.
A. S.IRATT' & SONS.
my25-tf Washinton, D.C.
HOMEROPATHIC INSTrfUTION.-SitUated in the
hills of Md., on Meat, branch of the B. and O.-B
miles from Washon; 400 feet above the ib;
desIgned fur In , convaleacents andthed
strl~g rest and st. Medicinal spig;besatiful
grouds. attention given todeayand
agiictreatment. For circular addre.. G. .
SW HT M.D., Frest Glen. Md. my21-1im*
Lee White Sulphur Springs
WtR June 17. 2,000 feet above sea leveL.
Gas percentof roda than any sul
a snlphur bathe;e shae
Grcular. at this emee. Addrees LEn CO., Ma
this., Hardy Co., W.'Va. jet'i.'
The Carlsbad of America.
W J a. wth i.m...d .ar..t...
Ms I etng ofdsattve 'a it is a hsaltb-lvs
uiaaxeg AM 4Wvyu&.
Wm~ SULPHUR 4A~INa
An Meal mountsa, a a 5m eset.
Mediel.al watee, dry dt r..sd emv,..
"'R~tela" smswm exteg,
a - l admres
The Glen prings
ATEDM (L1N, N9. Y torlem afrm
eda Ideal ees feet
waters and baths Uneq lg
Uankow. Illustrated boo*ee
SwX. a x.EaaWaL, upr,
mi'lO-m,w,ft Watkins Glen. N. K.
Buena Vista Spring Hotel,
Blue Ridge Mountains.
- Dry atmosphere; pure water; elevator; steal
beat; al modern'improredesits.
Open June 10 till October 1.
myl4m. WM. IN!AMER, Manager.
JORDAN WHITB SULPHUR SPRINGS, VA.1 WU.
open Jid 15' hotel 00dMrin all Its brandhe
moat ii;6seiWhM of all the Virginia srig; thre
bours ridt from Washingtns; four al trat"
round-trip ticket. P.M&-goutfou =m Fidaant
Monday; no long, duety mn..mela reads to travel
Afteen minutes' tide from .L ta - term
moderate; write for pamphlet. 5. C.RDAN
Jordan Springs, va. - - oy27-im
OAIGN SPRINGS AND BATES-ON -TE GuA
North Mouatain. Alkane Imbth I 8 s, 1,00
to 1,0 guests anLually; Elite of north ad mouth
Largest and socially most pleasant company a
ay mountain resort In eW-country. For ratea
circulars, etc., address WI . SAM. Capor
Springs. W A., or D. R. MACKALL, 184 F at
nLW., Waashinton, D. C. myl5-89t
IN 'EI M O!JTPAINS.
HOTEL ROYAL FAONT ROYAL, VA.-NOI
open for the season. Delightfully and healtlifui
located; complete in all its ap atments; lighte
by electricity and supplied th Pure water fror
the Blue Ridge mountains; hot and cold baths an
toilet rooms; broad verandas; unsurpassed scer
ery; delightful table, abundantly supplied wit
the best the country affords; lithia water; bas
fishing, beautiful drives and cheap livery; pot
table and piano for use of guests; bus meets al
trains on Norfolk and Western and Southern rail
roads; city references; terms reasonable.
3e184t* O.pt. C. RItMES. Manager.
MOUNTAIN LAKE HOUSE NEAR SHOHOL
Erie R R.; altitude, 1,700 It.; family resort; ei
cellent table; piarsas; boating; ft"; bathing
accon modates 200 gueats; terms te; cir
culare. Dr. DR VENOGE. Eldred, N. y je16-17
Hill Top House.
HARPER'S FERRY, W. VA.
This popular resort Is open. Satisfaction go"
anteed. Dancing, ashing, boating; telegraph is
house. Apply early for rooms.
my4-6m T. S. IDVNfT.
ALLEGHANY MOUNTAINS - MOUNTAIN LAK]
Hotel, Mtn. Lake Park. id., main line B. and 0
R. R.; no staging; out-door life; boating, ex
cursions, bicycling. Chautauqua prog . Ad
dress ALEX. S. BRAD)FORD. cgml-Im
And eottage life, with city comforts, in the Alle
ntes, hour on B. and 0., near Oakland an
r Park; drive to Brookside in time for so
per; .very modern srnitary improvement throug
out; many social and natural attractions; low
rates to. families and special rates for room ne
cured in June. Send for souvenir booklet. S
PRESCOTT WRIGHT, Prop., Brookside, W. Va.
THE SUMMIT HOUSE, HARPER'S FERRY, W
Va., will be o fo guests June 197.
eirular ad frthr *For tion, address Miss
M. J. BAKER. Clerk. References exchanged.
GREEN'S MOUNTAIN 1OdE,1ARPER'SFER
W. Va.-Open. Located oi' Fruit Hill Farm
Blue Ridge mountain, 20 min. drive from depot
$5, $6 and $7 per week; -$1 and $1.50 per may
medicinal water; conveyaseda deet trains. Ses
for circular. my24-6m
A Palace in th9u Mountains
'To beauty of arcblteetuWne'e,,nlegauce of equip
meot 'The Alleghany,' at Gsablwo IBridge. Va ha
not a rival among the miesnlearemort aotli of
America- located in the hwt. at, the Alleghnies
where the climate is always, ol and invigorating
amidst scenery of yondrous bed , Its advantage
as a summer home are a uaed'
blphur. Alum, Litha te Waters.
22 season will open June 1. Grea na
proved.Ho us omfotA Ecellent I.
pleasure and elth resortmin All*
. Near (aklad# ,a. Deet Park.
o e rates.
myl5-t* . H, o SHAiFER.44O . Anrora. W. V.
minm8ON NlRltW PA.
Main line Panne, R ' 104 - *1 east of Pitta
santop& oAlehefty mountains.
For edrculars and info ton regarding rates
addrest L P. McWILiA. aupt. 3y21-05t
"TH LOCEWOOD." IfAXPER'S tERY, W VA.
will opes r the season May 15 slar A
sjylnyof shade; Iabl first-class; 0~sr.
= .. P. DANIEL. Proprietor. myl-5m
Under new and capable management. Six hours
from Washington without change of cars.
This well-known hotel, on the crest of the Alle
Santes, has been repainted, renovated and electric
hts added throughout. Will oten June 15. Unsur
passed a' a pleasure and bealth reaert.
7For illustrated booklet, diagram of rooms and
terma, apply to George A. Mills & Son,. "The
Grafton,'' Connecticut ave. mylO-14tf
BLUE RIDGE INN.
Snicker's Gap, Va. Open June 1. Circulars at
Star office. For Information. apply to A. CL
DRAWBAUGH, Manager, Roand Bill, Va.
Mt. View House.
One of the best places of 'esort In the entire
rage of the Allegheny mountains is the Mountain
View House at Aurora, -W. Va. The air Is pure,
the scenery Is grand beyond compare, the accom.
nodations are first-class la every respect, and,
furthermore, the rates are exceedingly reason
able. For particulars address JOHN A.LANTZ,
Proprietor, Aurora, W. Vs. my29-1m
TOWHATAN." CHARLESTOWN, W. VA.,.OPENE
Juet 1:prectly equipped house; healthy and
jefi-im* - Mrs. BOLLING.
McDlOWELL HOUSE. HARPER'S FERRY, W. VA.,
open June 1. Delightful recias; excellent--table;
moderate prices. B. E. McDOWELL,
ALWAYS COOL and INVIGORATL'NG. Fine fish
ing. Write for descriptive gaemphiet ad rates 01
P. 0. THOUSAND ISLAND PARK, N4ew York,
WETMINSTER PARK. Alexandria Bay, Ni. Y.
GREAT FA MILY iIOTELS. Bates moderate.
ap21-a2t H. '.- INGLEHART, Prop.
SEASHORE REAL ESTATE.
FOR RENT-AT JAMESTOWN, R.I., A CTTAGE
completely furnis~hed; 9t bed rooms; hot and coid
water and bath room; beautiful situated, with
ocean view and near to the bathn beach. For
terms comunnicate with 1705 . . ave. je7-8*
10 A.NDI 12-ROOM COTTAGES, NEW, AND NEW
furniture; bath and w. closet in house; hot and
cold water; near beach; reduced rent. ,1W. H.
BRIGHT, Wildwood, N. J. je16-8t
FURNISHED COl'1AGilB TO LIE' AT ANIGS
quamn, Cape Anan; on the highest point of land on
the -eape; good beach, AnSea ~ting and sailing; a
cottage of 8 rooms, Bor piassa 8
sides, 10 feet wide, 6SOtto tttge rooms
each, $200 and $15for t eason. B.AUCK
LY rnridge ews, T 7.Map==ch utsave.,
FURNISHED COTTAGES TA 'IGANTIE FOR
rent; 90 minutes fromilan lpin sasn'*
local trolley; ferry to Alak ity llustratedl
pamtphlet re. R. D. Box 258,1
Atlantic City, N. I. m2-6
Uxprtspeiaist i tense of allseca
Uours:Otl 12 25~ Thurs. and Sat.
evein,7 to S. U o ne gnday,
NO CURB 110 WAX.
SPCALE i dieae of an sy cteiOtion,
teed; referenose giveni 12, 8
closed on Sunday. 619-621: sfe. n~w. jsS-1m*
Painless Extractlng, 50c.
a. e a.
Underaer & 8aii~in
-A M BarihETWrg. dla U auseQPuas lane
MrWashigtnto 8I. La.
T 0* P.M. IM
lg (r to tonia. m u~jim '
7:10 sa. 80 s 2tN~ic m
:M. PACIUI E -ohmaLn -
T A.. rm se an
Ngr fall de M ant b- - A
10:00 A.U. ter 3meon Eo daRT,
Fudy or Loek Haven, week daysan -
"HIAGt AM Mrd8y4.:40 P.M.
T:10 PaM. for Wlma.=rt, fn-hester, m~1s and
Niagara Falls , exept Saturday, "t8
10:40 P.M. fur Yi. ( anram Redheter. Buf
kIo and iaaaFJ.daily, tesplag (r Wash
P8tHILADELPHIJ 'W YORK AND THE
4:00 P.. " ONGR IONAL T.MilDm,. daily,
all Pa r Cas with D t r tfen B altimre.
arat 7:10 (ingr), :00, 9:00, 10200
-and 110 (DIn Car, from WIl
10.:12:45,40: 4: P65', 10:00 and
O:00 11:0 Car hm A.
Per ,~ai ony.fast xrm.7:50 A..
week days. Exrs.12:15 P.M. wekdays, 2:01
and 5:40 P.M. d y. For Boston, without change,
7:0 A.. weeda and 4:0 P.M. dai
For AtlantCi (vi Delaware River Bi all
rail ete). 8:1 and 11:85 P.M. daily (i Mar
hot Street Wharf 10:0, 11:00 A.., 1:45 P.M.
week ,.11. 11:86 P.M. daily. Saturdays only,
For Baltimore. 6:, 7 7 a 8. 9: 10:m.
10:80. 11:0)0 A.M., 12:15 12:46, 12:00 201 3:15,
8:40 4:00 Umited), 4:2 4: 5:40 6:1 6:50,
7:10, 0:00 10: 11:15 and 11:5 P.M. O WUn
dy7:0, 8) 9-09:06, 10:50 11:00 A.M.,
12:5 1:1 2:, 8:.3 8:40 ( 400 mIted). 4:20
:2 6:15 6:2D 7:5% 10:00, 10:40 and
For Popes (iee LIne, 7:50 A.M. and 4tS P.M.
daly exet Suda.9 Sundays 9:05 A.
P.M. except unday. wenaes, 9:00 A.M
and 540 P.M. fy o
Atlantic Cia.,t Lne-Express for Florida and points
on Atlantic Coat LIne, 4:30 A.M., 3:45 P.M.
daily; Richmond only 10:57 A.M. week At.
lanta Special, via .ichUa.d and SeabOad Air
line, 4:40 P.M. daily. Accommodation for
tico. 7..45 A.M. daily and 4:25 P.M. week ya.
Ticket offces, corner Fifteenth and G streets, and
at the station, Sixth and B streets, where orders
can be left for the checkir g of baggage to destina
tion from hotels and residence4.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, S. R. WOOD.
Atnin Marager. eneral Passeger Agent,
BALTIMORtE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
on StltcChedule in efect June 5. 1 :7.
Le Washington from station corner of New
o av and C st.
TirkNorhwct, coVestiboled Limited
trins 100.11:43 a.m., 8:05 p.m.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapolis, Ex
sa,11:45 a.m. Vestibuled Limited, 3:40 p.m.,
.rs~ 1:50 p.m.
Por t f r and C oeveland, Express daly,
10:00 s hm. and 8:50 p.m.
For Colmhus, Toledo and Detroit, 11:30 p.m.
For Winchester and way station, 8:00, t 1:45
am=100114 m., :305 p.m.
For ew Orleana, Memphis, Birmingham, Chat
taFooga, Knot in , Bristol and Roanoke, 11:20
p.m., daily; Sleeninag CJars through.
For Luray, 3:46 p.m. daily.
Por BaltImore week days. 50 6:30. 7:0,
x7:1 x7ts0 x:00, 8:30, x9:30, x0 x12:00 am.,
x12:01. 12:10, x12:40, xf3:00, 3:20, x4:30, 4:35,
S15:10 15:30, 620 0:30 15:00, 8:15, :19:2
11:1 . 11d: : p.m., and 1 n0 ht. Sundays7:
:7:10, :7:30, 8:30, :9:00 am.. :12:05, x12:40,
1:00, 13:00., 3:20. 4:35, 5:05, 15:10, 0:30, x8:00,
x9:20, 11:15, x11:150 p.m'., x12:01 nIght.
For Annapols, 1:10 and 8:30 am., 12:10 and
4:80 p.m. Sudys, 8:10 n.m.. 4:35 p.m.
For Frederick, aeek days, 8:00 a.m., 11:45, 4:20,
5:0 p.m. Sundays, 9:00 a.m., 1:15 .m.
For Hageratown, 110:00 a.m. and :30 .m.
For Boyd ani way points, week days, 8:00 a.m.,
.4:30, 5:30. 7:05 p.m. Sundays, 9:00 a.m., 1:15,
For Gaiiet bu and way ponts, week days
8:00, 9:00 a.m.. l:50. 3:03, 40, 4:2, 5:30, 5:35.
7:05, 11:40 p.m. h ,nday. 9.00 a.m., 1:15. 4.:2.
7:05, 10:15 p.m.
For Washin ton Junction and way oints, 8:00
n.m.. 4:30, 5.30 p.m. week days. 9. n.m., 1:15
For Bay Ridge, week days, 9:15 a.m., 4:30 p.m.
Sundays, 0:35 sm., 1:30 and 3:15 p.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND
All trains illumInated with Pintsch light.
For Philadephia, New York. Beston iad the
orSt, week days. 7:05, 8:00, 10:00 am., 12:00,
(12:40 all Dining Cars,) 3:00, (5:0)5 Dining Car,)
120 l; Sl Car at 10:00 O'clock).
unda, :705, : .m., 1 :40 alt Dinig Cars.)
8:00, :05 Din Car). 12:01 night, i ar
on 10:00 o'clock. Additional trains frp~
dopi, week days. daily. 8:0)0 p.m.
Ft Parlor Cars n al day trains.
For Atlanti City, 10:00 a.m., 12:00 noon. and
12:40 p. week a 12:40 p.m. Sundays.
tExcept .u *dDayl.sSunday only.
,Baggage called fr and checked from hotels and
residenes by Union Transfer Co. on orders left at
ticket ltes, 619 Pennsylvania aveue n.w., New
York averue and 15th street, and at De
Wt. . GR7ENE. D. B. 12:00,
Gen. Mager. C gr. Pass. T 'c.
Schedule in effect May 2. 1897.
All trains arrive and leave at Pennsylvania pas
8:00 A.M.-Daily.-ILeal for Danville, Charlotte
and way statlon. Connects at Manassa for Stras
burg, Harriaonburg and Staunton, daily except
Sunday, and at Lynchburg with the Norfolk and
Western daily, and with the Chuepeake and Ohio
dail for the Natral Bry. e and Lexington.
1115 A.M.-Daily.-TH UNITED STATES FAST
MAIL. Carries Pullman Buffet Sleepers. New York
and Wu~ston to Jacksonville, uniting at Ris.
ba with Poilman Sleeper for Asheville and Hnt
i . N. C.; Knville, Chattanooga and Nash
YoklerTnn.. and at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper
for Augusta. Pullman Buffet Sleeper New York to
New Orleans, connecting at Atlanta for Birmingham
and Memphis. Solid train Washington to New Or
leans withbout change. Sunset Personally Conducted
Tourist Excursion Through Sleeper on this train
eve:y WVednesday to San Francisco without change.
4:01 P.M.-ocal for Front Royal, Strasburg and
Harrionburg, daily, except Sunday.
4:51 P.M.-Dall -Local for Charlottesville.
10:41 P.M.-Da ly.-WASHINGTON AND SOUTH.
WESTERtN VEST EULED LIMITED, composed of
Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers Dinin Cars and Day
Coaches. Pullman Sleepers New Yok to Nashvll,
Tern., via Asheville, Knoxville and Chattanooga -
New York to Tampa, via Charlotte, ColumbSa,a
vannah and Jacksonville, and New Yor to Iem.
NOl, via Birmingham; New York to New Orleans,
vaAtlanta and Montgoery. Vestibuled Day
Coach Washington to ta. Southern Railway
Dini Car Greecsboro' to Montgomeri.
TINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVIS.
ION leave Washington 9:01 a.m. daily and 1:00 an
4:45 p.m. daily except Sunday. and 6:25 p.m. Sun
daysonly for Round Hill: 4:32 p.m. daily, except
S yfor eaburg, and 6:25 p.m. daily for Hern
don. eturning, arrive at Washington 8:20 aDm.
and 8:40 p.m. daily and 3:00 p.m. daily, except
Sunday, from Round Hll 7:06 am, daily, exce
Sunday, from Herndon, 8:4 a.m. daily, except
ITrough trains from the south arrive at Wash.
I ton, 6:42 a.m., 2:20 p.m. and 9:25 p.m. daily.
arrisonbnrg, 24 n 9:25 p.m. daily, except
Sunday and 8:30 a.m. daily fronm Charlottesville.
ITickets. Sleeping Car reservation and Informa
tion furnished at offices, 511 and .1300 Pennsylvania
avenue, and a' PennsylvanIa railroad passenger ata
to. W. H. GIta!EN General Sept.
- J. U. CULP.c Manager.
W. A. TURK. Glen. Pass. Agent.
my8 L. S. BROWN. Gen. Agent Ps. Dept.
WASHINGTON, ALTEXANDRIA AND MT.. VERNONe
FROM STATION, 18% STREET AND PA. AVE.
In fccet Ma 9. 1897.
Alexandria (week days 6:30, 7:05, 7:35 ex.,
8:8:30 ex., 9:00 9:50. i:05 ex., 11:0 11:45
a.m., 12:05 ex., 12:0 1:15 1:45, 2:05 ex. 2-40,
8:00 ex :80, 4:00 ex. 4:115 ex.,'4:45, 5:6 5:20
e.45: 6:05 ex., 6:25, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 1:00,
FrAlexandria (Sunday only): 8:00, :0 10:00
10:30, 11~0 11:30 a.m., 12.0 no,12:86 1:05
1:30, 2:00, . n:30, : 80, 4:00, 4:30, 5:00 5:80
600 6:30. 7:00. 8.10 9:00. 10:00. 11:20 pm.
FrMo.nt Versam and Way Stations (we days):
6:30. 10:06, 11:0)0 a.m., 12-05, 1:15, 2:05, 8:00,
4:0 4:15 p.m.
FrMeunt Vernon and Way Stations (Snnay
only): 9:00, 11:00 a.m., 2:00. 4:00 p.m.
8:0r Arlngon ndAileot Bridg (week dys):
12:20. 1:15, 2:05, 2:40, '8:00, 080, 4:00, 4:15, 5:20,
6:05, 6:25 7:0, 8:00pm
For Ar~go~ and A dutBrige(Sunday
only): 80, 9:0, 00 108,1: 1 1 0a .,
12:00 noon. 12:80 1 10,l0 2:. 2- 8 i)
80, 4:00, 4:80 0, 5*.0 60, 6:80, 7:00, 8:0
el ts astati, BIcycls 85ents each.
GHBAPUAKU AND OHIO RaIr-WAY.
THROUGH THE CRANDET 80ENERY OF
AMnERCA. AIL TRAINS VEMIULUS
ELEO1TRIC LIGHTED, STEAM DEAIK. ALL.
M3Aara IhUVED I DINING OARS. STA.
TION SIXTH AND B STREIWS.
Scedule In eacst May 16, 1207
2:20 P.M. DAILY-Cincinnati and St. Louis Sa
eial-Solid train for- mCinnati, Plan a sepo
to Cinatie, T "xington, Lenisville, inamel
ad St. Laua thout ciee ait er lss
:10nlf P.M. iL-F F. V. imited-.Solid train
for Cincisinati. PUntman alqe to Cminmnati,
Lexington and Louisvie wt eh i~. PaD
mncomrisa m-to VI Sras
.t ous C..em .....0.,....
2:2 P.M. DAfLYt-F& odasis6rauts
10:A.., UZXP SUNDSAY--Pkxler cmar Wash
anb len.sd - e sa- to Cld Po.e..
OtaWi MIIe, Pema., 3., W. and P. and C. and
tgt orthwest, and at thse:tain..
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L.A PLATA COUNGTR mnt be directed "1en
G A Mleo 0:16 P:rM UT. TRO
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P r r eAt 10om5 P.M. f or frA e1w.
YokcAYft e P p Afr n w Y t.
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LAOPTA BRAZI ust be directed Pe Ani.
wATie AY ()At i : P.m for T THO S.
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at he DTA, per, c eerh rea Tart .
Malls for UT A (except thsWe orst A Drl,
V-rMeanu r. At105 P.Me afore JE up
COUNTREd dsMpe .s. Del a, frem Ne
tork theA 10:5 P.M. oRAU Weder by rAl
WOTRAAIIC MARst hedrecfrred to the.
Port pats of ande mtec i le aress celi
oby T ur s to ed
and~~~ thi*e PiMtemr -- ef .Y-P
a rt ma eM a0a0 6d Pt1
Malta for QmEXICOy ovrlan (cto tose and
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PIANOS AND ORGAN&
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STTIS PRICL' AND TERMS
TO B MIT EVLERYB4 I MY.
1327 F St. N.W.
Percy S. Foster, flanager.
BALTIMORE WAUtEROOIIS. 13 X CHARLIN ST.
Mountain and Seashore.
PROTEST OF LIUUOKALANI
OlI.bt heOm.i.d e Ea a s
Uiid faof a a
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to we a Wens Veiewnd the Peepte
. mad am ivanse. of Nativo ustabe.
EE-Queen LiliuokalanJ ham made foram
protest against the annezadon of Hawa
by the United States. Her pretest was Lted
at the State Departmest late yesterday at
ternoon by Mr. Joseph HeIelhe, her secre
tary, who <daims to resemmnt native Ma
waMans. He was accompanied by Mr. Ju
Ules A. Palmer, the ex-queen's Amerkea
The protest was as follows: I. Liluoka
lanI of Hawali, by the will of God named
heir appare-it on the 10th day of Apr, A.
D., 1877. and by the grace of God, queen
of the Hawaiian Islands. on the 17th day
of January. A. D., iM2, de hereby protest
against the ratiflcation of a certais
treaty, which, so I am Informed, bas been
signed at Wash.ngton by Messrs. Hatch,
Thurston and Kinney, purporting to cede
those Islands to the tetuisory and dominion
of. the United States. I declare such a
treaty to be an act of wrong toward the
native and parnative people of Hawaii, an
Invasion of the rights of the ruling chiefs,
In violation of internatioal rights, both
toward ry people and toward friendly na
tions with whom they have made treaties,
the perpetuation of the fraud whereby
the conttitutional government was over
thrown and finally an act of gross Injustice
Because. the oedicial protests made by me
on the 17th day of January, imI3. to the
so-called provisional government, was
signed by me and received by said gov
ernment with the assurance that the case
was referred to the United States of Amer
ica for arbitration.
Because that protest and my communi
cations to the United States government
immediately thereafter expressly declares
that I yielded my authority to the forces
of the United States, in order to avoid
bloodshed and because I recognised the
futility of a coufict with so formidable
Because, the President of the United
States, the Secretary of State and an en
voy commissioned by them reported in
official documents that my government was
unlawfully coerced by the forces, diplo
matic and Laval. of the United States that
I war at the date of their investigations
the constitutional ruler of ay people.
Because such decision of the recognised
magistrates of the United States was on
clally communicated to Sanford B. Dole,
and said Dole's resignation requested by
Albert S. Willis, the recognized agent and
minister of the government of the United
Because neither the above named com
mission nor the government which sends
it has ever received any such authority
from the registered -voter. of Hawaii, but
derives Its assumed powers from the so
called committee of public safety, organ
ized on or about said 17th day of Janu
ary, 1M, said committee being composed
largely of persors claiming American citi
zenship, and not one single Hawaiian was
a member thereof or In any way partial
rated In the demonstration leading to its
Because my people, about forty thousand
In number have In no waq been const
ed by those, three thousand In nume,
who claim the right to destroy the I
pendence of Hawaii. My people constitute
fcur-fifths of the legally qualifed voters
of Hawaii- and excluding those imported
for the demands of labor, about the same
-rcportion of the inhabitants.
Because said treaty ignores not only the
civic rights of my people, but, further, th
hereditary property of their chiefs. Of the
4.i'(otm, acres composing the territory said
treaty offers to annex. 1.4000.V00, or 915Mg
acres has in no way been heretofore recog
nized as other than the private property of
the constitutional monarch, subject to a
control in no way differing from other
Items of a private estate.
Because it Is proposed by said treaty to
confiscate said property, technically called
the crown lands, those legally entitled
thereto either now or in possession receiv
ing no consideration whatever for estates,
their title to which has been always un
disputed, and which Is legitimately In my
name at this date.
Because said treaty ignores not only all
professions of perpetual amity and good
faith made by the United States in former
treaties with the sovereigns representing
the Hawaiian pecple, but all treaties made
by those sovereigns with other and friendly
powers, and it is thereby in violation of
Because by treating with the parties
claiming at this time the right to cede
said territory of Hawaii, the government
of the United States receives such terri
tory from the hands of those whom its
own magistrates (legally elected by the
people of the United States and in office in
18I93) pronounced fraudulently In power
and unconstitutionally ruling Hawaii:
Therefore, I, Luliuokalani of Hawaii. do
hereby call upon the president of that na
tion, to whom alone I yielded my property
and my authority. to withdraw said treaty
(ceding said islands) from further consid
eration. I ask the honorable Senate of the
United States to decline to ratify said
treaty, and I implore the people of this
great and good nation, from whom my an
cestors, learned the Christian religion, to
sustain their representatives in such acts
of justice and equity as may be in accord
with the principles of their fathers, and to
the Almighty Ruler of the universe, to
Him who judgeth righteously, 1 commit
Done at Washington, District of C'olun
bia, United States of America, this 17th
day of June, in the year 1897.
Witnessed by Joseph Heleluhe, Wekeki
Haleluhe, Julius A. Palmer.
REMARKABLE Ta.EGRAPREC FEAT.
Manager Unreen Diseusses the Reemt
Cable Chbees Mateh,
"I think the public has not thoroughly
appreciated the fact that the telegraphic
wcrk done in connection with the Interna
tional chess contest two weeks ago between
members of Congress and the British par
llama-nt was in a number of respects the
mcst romarkaole feat of skill ever accom
plished in the history of telegraphing," said
Mr. M. Marean, manager of the Western
Unicn Telegraph Company, to a Star re
pcrter today. "It took on an average only
fifteen seconds to tra numit the moves be
t, een Washingtcn and London. During
the twc days -af the game not a singis
teiegraphic mistake was made, and the
overland and cable service was without
other than momentarp interruption. The
line ran from Washirngton to Heart's Corn
tent. Nova Scotia, over the Western Union
system, thence by- the Western Union ani
&ngle -American Cable Company to Valem
cia, Ireland; thence to the house of parla
mient. Six operatorm were engaged in the
work, one at each end of the three linen,
When preparation was betag made ror the
match it as questioned whether amoves
iould be telegraphed as rapinly as haftoen
per hour. The service given deemon=tatei
that there might have been 160 moves a
hour. so far as their tranmaim.on over the
ocean was concerned. Of conus, abroeia
tions were uned, and no time was lest in
mending eithner addresses er "asieames.
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