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IF THE CHAPI.AIN OF TIIF- 4TH MISSOUW U glm-i.t I amp Afgi r? f ew th 1 f. tvl'l he kindly e as t-o ?n a* p ssibl-- with B. T., 1727 y !-t n.w.. Ml! a na ter of business. Jel9-<?* n vnu ii vkm Fleasant uit thkbr, and ret.:? m'?T. you can stay u month linger , n ?hMt m W..PM give you f. r these ger?< gk-meuts. Will <-i.ll if you s. ml 11s p stsl. j, 12* ;?tf JI'M lfS OLD STAND. D *t. n.w. WE Du NOT ADVERTISE G00DS AT 32 Oil 8!l cents lmt ?nr uueis pay or xT? for such nuppll>!>. K?dak Agency. ;?PJ UvT?nth rt. Ue v. I< pirg. Printing. r^nlarglng. je2!Mtf fOBHGS POSTAL SERVICE. W^SHISGIOS, I? FUSff UTS 'E NOIJCK Should t>e nad daily, us t un g^sT may taui- ..I i hj ;?in Fol:EIGN M\li-s arc forwarded to 11:?* port* ?r sailing uaiiy. ?lu the tcbciinie ? f cl?t?t?gs >s ar rsngej ? >> 1110 jjnstiu | im n ?i '.heir in.ii.eivuim d overland transit, r-i it<* v.??k cutiing July - the li?st coaucetn.g 1 I s s v.-i.l I'.* iua :e -s t"llo?>: TitA.NSAlU.Mi .u.vii.S. WEI>MS ?.\i ? :2*? I -M. it 1.1 ?: ?I E (except per s.s. I'm 1st I'lMiiarifc. I."in New York, via tnctbunig. > utfcampton ;iimi Hani 1 FKIiiAi :? Al 0:SO l'.M SvVlTZ EKLV.M'. liAI.V. Tl ItKl ? KJM'i Ml?l BK1T 1MI I> I'l.V r S k l-a li.Mitp ?ni 11.m w York, via h:ivi?'. Letters 1??? '-iwr | ai ts of El JtOl'K lex ept Spain >. must l** direct* d "IV r La Bonrgogre." iciAf 11: It# P.M. f*-r NEiHEK J.ANDS direct. p*r * s. Amsterdam. tioiu New York, vi i U>. tt*ruaoi L?tt*is m ?r 1?- oirc-i'sl "Per An:s;.ordam."" ?e>.\t *l:iO P.M. t? r NE1H ERLANDS direct. per s.s. i-! 111. fu m lor,:, ?ia An^terdam. uut i* must l? ? dirteted lei Edam." inAt 11:1o I'M. for S<roILAND 01 rect. pes s.?. Ancboria, from New York, via Glas gow. Letters must he dliecttd "P*r Anclmtfa <c 1 At 11.lo P.M. for EUROPE texcept Spain). per p p. ijv ania. from New York, via Queenstown M \I1.S F?>lt Sol TH ANI? l ENTRAL AMERICA, WEST INIHES. ETP. W"i*3T?NESI?AY - ?c? At 11:10 P.M. for JAMAICA, j^r st^amvr, from Baltimore. <c?At 11:^* * M. for BKRMi'DA. i^r p.p. Orinoco, fiom FRIPAY?(eiAt 11:10 P.M. for NEW FOl ND LAN'!?. per s.^. Roumani in. from Philadelphia. t< ?At 11:10 P.M. for FORTCNE ISLANI>. JAMAICA. SAVANILLA and CARTHAGKNA. |<?r p. n Alleghany, from New York. letter?* for i OS TV 1C1CA must f>e directed "Per Alleghany. lb'** 7 2?? P.M. for l+A PLATA COUNTRIES, per Bellena. fn>ni New York. <c?At 11:10 P.M. (b)At s.s. Bellena. fn?ni New York. lc?At lp.w r.3i. for BR VZIL. per jteamer Taoruilua. Irom New io?. ?ia Para and Rio de Janeiro. letters must he ill rerted "Per Taormina." <c?At ll:lo P>1. for LEEW"ARI> and WTNT>W"AliI> ISLANT?. MAR TIN lOl'E. BARBADOS and HEMERARA. j?er ptearner Fontahelle. from New Y'ork. Letters for i;RENAI?A. TR1N1I?AI> and TOBAGO must l?e <li rected "Per Fontabelle." io?At 11:10 P.M. for H VITI p^ r steamer Prins W'illem \ . from New York, via Port au Prince. Letters for Cl'RAC VO. YENEZl'ELA. TRINII^AO. BRITISH nnd I't T| H lil lNA must be directed "Per Prins W'illem SATURDAY* (diAt 12:06 P.M. for NEW FOl ND L.\NT> p* r steamer, from North Sydney. Mails for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to Hali fax and rhemv ria steamer, elope her*? daily, ex cept Sunday, at 12:??5 P.M.. and on Sundays only at 11:35 A.M. ?d> _ Mails for MIQUELON. by rail to Boston, and thence ria steam?r. close here dally at 3:20 ^Mails'for MEXICO, overland, close here daily at 7:10 A.M. 0l? TRANSPACIFIC MAILS Mails for CHINA. JAPAN and HAWAII, per p.p. Coptic, from San Francisco, close here daily up to G:4?? P.M.. July 1. id) , Malls for CHINA end JAPAN (specially rd drepsed onlj?. p*r p.s. Empress of China, from Vmcouver, close here daily up to 6:40 P.M.. July * MhIN for AUSTRAIJA (< xcejit th< se for W*. st Arptralla. which are forwarded via Errope). NF.W ZEALAND. HAWAII. FIJI and SAMOAN IS I.ANDS. per s.3. Alameda, from Sin Francisco. cl? *e here daflv up to 6:40 P.M., July S idi Mail* for CHINA srd JAPAN, per s.s. Arfeoryi. from TLceroa. close here dally up to 6:40 P.M.. July 11. <d) _ . . ? x Mails for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia), j NEW ZEALAND. HAWAII and FIJI ISLANDS, i ter hp. Warrlmoo. fri m Vancouver, elope licr? dr.fir up to 6.40 P.M.. after July 8. and up to Jt It 21 Id) M MT-S FOR TIIE SOCIETY* ISLANDS, p-r ship Citv of Pa|?eltl. from San Francisco, clrse here daily up to *:4? P.M. Jnly 25. Id) ta 1 Registered malls close at 10:00 A.M. same dj?b) Registered malls elose at 1.00 P.M. same lc) Registered mails elope at 6:00 I*. M. same d*d) Registered malls elope at 6:00 P.M. previous JAMES P. WILLETT. Postmaster.^ POTOMAC RIVER BOATS. E S. RANDALL'S POTOMAC- RIVER LINK. Steamer HARRY RANDALL will lvave River View wharf Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 a.m.. landing at Colonial Beach. Chapel Point ami all wharves as far down as Lower Macbodoc. Returning on Mondays 1 nd Wednesdays at 1 p.m., aiid '.>n Fridays about 3:2o p.m. UNITED STATES MAIL ROl TE. WASHINGTON. I). C.. T?? GLYMONT, MD? and intermediate landings. The new Steam*r ESTELLE RANDALL, daily, except Sunday. 9.3?? a.m. Returning about 3 p.m. Passenger accommodations tiist-claaa. Freight received until the hour of cailing. E. S. RANDALL. Proprietor and Manager. rpo o CARPINTER. General Agent. Washington. WM. M. REARDoN. Agent. Alexandr a. je!6-20tf " flrTKAMBK "WAKEFIELD." FOR I'oToMAC RIVER LANDINGS. Lecves Washington. D. C. 17th st. ferry wharf), Mondays. T a.m.. for intermediate landings to Col< cial * Beach. Ruebw?*od. llv( k Point. Nomini Creek. Abell's. Ix*. nardtewn. Stone's, Howard's, Citron's. Colton's. Wednesday. T a.m.. for into mediate landings to Cob rial Beach. Biwbwood. Rwk I'oinf. Colton's, LeoLardtown. Alndl's. Nomini Creek. I'imy Point, St. George's Island. Smith Creek. Conn and Yeo comico rivers. Saturdays. T a.m.. for intermediate Iar.ding? to j Colonial B? ach, Bnshw. od. R??ck Point. Colton's. ! Nomini Cr? ek. 11 See schedule in < fTee! s.-pteiubcr 13. 1K>7.) Pt-7-tf l'. W*. RIDLEY. Getd. Manager. TUK WEEMS STE i NI p.i >.\T POTOMAC RIVI 1C ROt TE. Summer Schedule in ef:'??t June 2. 1S0S. STF VMEltS POToilAC AND SI E. Steamer Pl>ToM AC leaver Washington every Thursday at 4 p.m.. and Steamer SI E every Mon day at 4 p.m. f Baltimore and River landings All ri\er freight uus: \*s piepaiu. Passenger a?-; 01.tm. ?I.-,ti?>ns first class. OFFK E. l?lf. p.\ AVE S'l'EPHENSON A BRO . Agent#, mj27 'l'tlephone 745. 7th st. wharf. ^ EDUCATIONAL. I.\ ?AJ?HIM.H>.\. 1 Paris 724 "XJLFrencin French conversation on a verb basis; no grammar; statistical pr< of. Classes '*r j;:iV3te leis i;s. Pi of. y. p. euLtTrK-oujLNdorff SPANISH AND FRENCH. r'ummer C?*uisv. BEKL1TZ SCHOOl, Je27-9t* 72:J 14th st. n.w. COLLEGE liRAbl ATE. WITH EXPERIENCE IN teaching, will c-.ich boys in languages mathe matjes ard ether branches, or accept position as tutor for summer. GRADUATE A., Star office. jeii0-2w ? gl 31MER COURSE IN SINGING, ELOCUTION, Piano, Violin, Mandolin. Summer terms. Begin ners advai ced weak, misused voices; recitals, plays, operas. LAWRENCE SCHOOL, 1127 lUtb. Jeltt 12t* 12 PRIVATE FRENCH LESSONS FOR ADULTS to prcnouiK-e Fieuch wtil; iyj class lessons to speak, read anu understand: summer term now. Mi-I K V. PRUD HOMME, 3u7 l> at. n.w. my0--n Siss balch s civil sEitviCE LN.snn tb and Bu^n-st College. 1311 lith st. n.w.?Typewrit ing. l>ookkeeping and stenography taught by best teaeiiers. Pupils Instructed by corretpoudt nee. ?ll-tf Experts. Recommended by House and Soiiate Kejs?rters. Original methods. Qui-k, '1 he rough. Typewriting "by touch," no locking ai keyboaid. THE DRILLERY, &04 11th st. Short hand ja>2?-Sl t Chsvy Chass FRENC H AND ENGLISH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Sut urn of Washington. French the language of the house. Mile. L. M. BoULlGNY, Principal. Miss C. PETT1GREW, Asst. l'rin. mylO 136t Oivvy Chase P. Q.t Md. OIT oF WASUWtiTOS. MAP!JfcWoOD, CONCORDVILLE, PA. $216. Successful school. One <>f th?* best to^ In fuse with energy, to wake up boys to duties of iife. Prepared f? r I'lisiness or college. New (ivmnasiiim. Under 13 years $2??1. I?cati'?n beautiful, elevated, healthy. Tobacco prohibited J. Shortlidge iYaie>. A.M.. Prlu. 4"all on Hon. Geo. W. Evans. Chief of Division of Finance, Department of Interior. Jels-2aw-2m* 1ERS?>NS SUFFICIENTLY EDUCATED IN MEDI cne. dentistry or law graduated Immediately on proof of ability Also eourse by correspondence :. Lsrfe B ? M ( Mraja I ? ? FIBEWORK8, ETC. Fireworksl Fireworks! Great variety of Fireworks. Bailors. Flags. Lanterns. Candles. Cannon. Favors. Novelties in ?verything. J. JAY GOULD, 421 1Kb st. n.w. y Hm*,5 CHIROPODISTS Corns and Bunions instantly Believed. Prof. J. J. Georges & Son, 1115 Pa. ave Next to Raleigh Hotel. Hours, 8 to 6. s; 27 4-tf ACCOUNTANTS. J K BATES. Public accountant and auditor. Room 37. Washington Ltmu and 'Trust building. de7-4tf LADIES GOODS. LADIES* TAILOR MADE SUITS FINISHED IN tie most excellent manner. "Fit guaranteed.*' FURS altered at reduced rates. E. HORGAN, TtiifT and Furiier, M K st. o.w. ap26-tf SUMMER RESORT& ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. | NEW HYGEIA. rriR. NEW YORK AND PA cifi ? ave* I;, hnl t : nrt refurnished. Terms mod eiat . M ' \. MAH8H, owuers and Proj s. (late of lit hut I.). jfi'J 26t THE W ? St I v.vTKR KY. AYE. NEAR BEACH, open nil ii? y a . El ra o. fo stre. t level. Every appoint u> m< ex? client tdbl>. Special July rates. >e <1 foi ill s Mated booklet. 31. ROCHE. Jig 2fl GRAN D ATLANTIC HOTEL Virgin a a?e. n.i beach, Atlantic City, N. J. Second n.v?u. Within a few yards of new Met l pi j. ;. ti antlful looms, having 2 to 6 ftlndt us ??.?; h. Lnxnrii nsly appointed; single mil en suit ?: m;.ny with bath attached; pass;n X*r f ev*t rs to tue street. Write for terms and I III > t. :?l u btVKH t. j'-LN L'fit CH A RLES E. COPE. H OTEL MA J EST1C, ~ Virginia ave.. 75 yards from beach. A hot.l ina is uew and modern. Capacity 300. Evei\ rmvi ii iiiic. Elevator to street. Full view of l nexcelled cuisine and service. Special July uiies. $l ? and upward. Write for booklet. -x W. H. STEHLE. Owner and l'rop. THE MARYLAND] 7 Ni-? \vrk a*e. mar the beach, Atlantic City, X. J. F. S. OREM. Je27-S2l l'rop. "THE RENOVoT 'D-muss-ee ave. near beach. June 4. JeCT-261 I \vM. E. CH KKSKMAN. THE IKVi^eTON. Virginia ave. and beach; up to date; modern hotel; ocean view; elevator to ground fioor; steam heat; Altered water; popular prices. Je27 2?t 5 CHAMBERS & HOOPES. THE WET HER ILL, Kentucky ave. ard Beach. Homelike; pleasant room*; excellent table; $1.50 to $2 daily; $8 to $12 weekly. Write for booklet. mh25 1(Mt Mrs. H. Y. MOVER. BERKSHIRE IXX. Ocean end Virginia %\e. A Hotel that is Strictly Modern. At moderate rates. Within a few yards of beach and new steel pier. Capacity, 300. With every convenience. Elevator to street level. Full ocean view, lable ami service unexcelled. Write for booklet, showing hotel, new steel pier, golf links. Ac. (Je21 26t) G. FRANK COPE. continental] Atlantic ave. above Rhode Island. Full view of ocean. Terms moderate. je21 26t Mrs. S. HITCH INS. Prop r. THE A perfectly conducted house. ^Mod. imps.; home comforts. IkllU ii lllllij jjlsaoori ave.near the Beach. Terms, $7 to $10 per week. je23 lm-4 THE STRATFi >RD. CORN Ell KENTUCKY AVE.? Direc tly on the beach, with full view of ocean. Large 6un parlor overlooking board walk. Ele vator to street level. Sanitary plumbing. Rates. $1 to $4 per dav. European plan. Cafe at tiehed. JOHN W1EDEMER. je23 2tit HOTEL RUDOLF. On beach front. Atlantic City, N. J. Capacity 4?H>. C. R. MYERS. Je 4-531.4 THE KENlLWORTH. 140 So. Kentucky ave., near the beach. $8 to $12 weekly. All conveniences. O. S. WRIGHT. Jel3-26t,4 SEASIDE HOUSE, Atlantic City, N. J. Pennsilvanin ave. Ocean front. Elevators. Hot sait baths. Rooms en suite; baths attached. my21-52t CHARLES EVANS. Hotel! de Ville, , 300. Special mtes and attractions for July 4. Dance, orchestra, elevator. M. W. TRUll'I'. ap20-3m-4 THE SCARBOROUGH. BEACH FRONT. MARYLAND AVE.. ATLAN TIC CITY. CNOBSTRUCTEl? VIEW OF OCEAN. ELEVATOR. BATHS, ARTESIAN WATER. SPECIAL SPRING AND FALL RATES. WRITE For 1LLL STR \TED BOOKLET AND TERMS. tl^vTst n ALFRED WYMA.N. THE WILTSHIRE. Va. ave. near l>each. Elevator. Special rates for June. Send for booklet. S. S. PHOEBUS, formerly of "The Hvgeia," Old Point Comfort, Va. my21-52t THE MANSION Reopens June 25. Id?al family hjtel Under same liberal proprie torship as last year. Orchestra concerts daily. Terms moderate. Electric fans and elevator. Free 'bus to and from Beach. JOHN W. EMERY, Jel8-2iP Proprietor and Manager. THE ALBEMARLE AND COTTAGES. Beautifully situated, with full ocean view?Vir ginia ave. near beach. Best hotel, at moderate rates; capacity. 3UU. Special inducements for long stay and to families; every convenience; table and service unsurpassed; write for booklet show ing hotel, etc., etc. J. P. COPE. my21-52t THE WING FIELD] Ocean ave.. 100 yds. from beach. Cuisine first class. jelS-26t A. KLECKNER, Frop. THE READE. Pacific ave. above New Jersey; in the fashionable uptown section; one block from beach; elevator, j 17 201 L. V A N \ OOP. 11 EES. THE R4>SSMORE, TENNESSEE AVE. NEAR THE Beach, Penna. depot and main attractions. Al tered :nd refurnished. Modern hotel requisites. Caipacity, JUO. Ojien all the year. Moderate rates. COLLINS & O'BRIEN, j* k-2t?t ? llOLM H URST, (formerly Hot.-l Hoffman.) Pennsylvania avenue near beach. Entirely rebuilt ::ud newly furnished throughout. I'r:d r new management. Ap;?ointments thorough ly modern ar.d complete. Flew, tor to g:?;u ;d tluor. Opens June 25. Write for Illustrated booklet. HENRY DARNELL, i iG Kit ARLINGTON HOTEL, Michigan ave.. fifty yards from lniaidwalk. Head or.r.mrs fcr Washingtonlans. Every modern im pin\c men! ar.d cicgiaitiy appointed; elevator; excel lent ' (iNiae and service; table supplied with coun try far:?i vegetab le*, ijouluy. etc.; orchestra; popu lar rote;; capacity. 2U0. Write for booklet. j?-4-1 m II. W. PURCHASE. THE EVARD, Kcutucky ave.. f?o yards from beach. Special rates for Julv. jel4 2fttJ. RAUFFENBART. HOTEL BERKELEY, on the ocean front at Kentucky ave. Entirely rebuilt and enlarged to a capacity of 4?>?. E\cry rcwiui with ocean view. Elevator to street. Sun parlor and open pavilions directly on boaidwalk and on each floor. Rooms en sutte, with bath. Strictly fir^t class at moderate rates. Seed for l ooklet. jei;. to-io JAMES & GEORGE BEW. THE BINGHAM. New Y"??rk and Pacific aves.; one square from beach and depot. t?? $12 weekly. Old man agement. W. DOHEitTY. Jel2-20t-4 HOT EI. LEI^ANDE, Dir-Ktly on the beach. Massa<-husetts ave. je20-26t-4 SAM'L WAGNER & RON. VERMONT HOUSE. NEAR THE BEACH. VER mont ave. Service and cuisine the liest; $10 and upwtrd weekly. Oct an view. All large and airy rtM.ats. J. B. HAWK. je20-2t?t-4 Bl.W'S HOTEL. F?IRECTLY ON THE BEACH? at Ill'n. i-i ave.--The finest lc cation. Every modern it] pointnient. including elevator, hot and cold sea vi-.tei baths in hcuse; pcVfect service. American rnd Enrop in plans. RIc HARD BEW. je2?)-52t-5 THE LORA1NE. The newe ?t ho.Al. On the beach, St. Charles Place. Rooms en suite, with baths; steam heat; elevator to stnet; art-sian wattr; ieduced spring rates; ?end for bx>kl t. SAML. WAGNER A SON\ j< 20-261 HOTEL ELBERON. TENNESSEE AVE.. NEAR bc ach. Rat .fM to $12 per week. Write for booklet. ifoBERT B. LUDY, M.D. (successor to Miller & Ludy). jell-78t hT?i ei7 pTtneyT delightfully SITUATED ocean end New York ave. Capacity, 125. Serv ice fiist-clasa. Poj ular prices. Jell 26t . F. C. READ. 1HJTEL MT VERNON. An Ideal .i<*ine: Pacific ave. near the bea-h. Capacity. 2??0 $0 to $14 weekly. Send for l>ook let. JAS. S. MOt N & CHAS. W. SHAW of Baltimore, Proprietors. jell-78t in TEL aTjTine] PA!TFIC NEAR MICHIGAN s\e. Modem c. nveniences; good table; terms, $p to Sit p'*r week. Send for illustrated liooklet. J??>-78f-4 HARRY I?. EASTMAN. THE CLARENDON. VLginia ave.. near beach, Atlantic City. Special June rates. Je8-2flt -4 M. D. NEIMAN. THE OSBORNE, 6 Paeific and Arkansas ave. Rates. $1.50 to $2.50 daily; $S to $14 weekly. Elevator. 'Bus me'_?ts tialns. Mm. R. I OSBORNE. rty23-3m THE WAVERLY. 22d year. Ocean view. Comfortable and homelike. Table splendid fr??m n'tiuagement's farm. Send for Illustrated Bo< klet. Special June rates. $2 per day. $10 per week and upward. L. T. BRYANT. Je6-28t -5 -" HOTEL STRAND; Formerly the Monterey. Ocean end Virginia ave. Finest location; capacity, 200; entirely new throughout; excellent in every appointment? supe rior table; ocean view; write for booklet. Special rttes for 4th of July. FAIRBA1RN St WILLIAMS. Je4-2*>t THE CLIFTON, Conn, and Atlantic aves.; homelike family bouse; 3 min. walk from beach; $7 to $10 weekly; booklet. J< 4 52t W. F. SHAW. NEW ENGLAND. South Carolina ave. 75 yards from Ocean; new house; every convenience. Reduced June rates; send fcr booklet. BRYAN A WILLIAMS. Je3 2l.t ~ST. CHARLES. Finest Hotel on the Coast. myS0-2Ct JAMES B. KElIXt. HOTEL STR'KNEY. Kentucky ave., lui? feet from beach. Steam heat. Elevator. Suu parlor. $2 to $2.5o day; $9 to $14 weekly. (mbl-tf) L. V. ST1CKNEY. HOTEL ROYAL. Kentucky ave.. near lieach. $1.50 to $2.00 per day . $8 to $12 per week. HENRY MILLER, for merly of the El be ran. mj?2-7St,4 SUMMER RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY, ?? J. LITTLE BRIGHTON HOTEL AND BE8TAU rant, ocean end of SoutJi Carolina av?. Formerly on boardwalk. Steam heat. Home comforts. Moderate rates. 8. A. SCHWEI8FOBT, Prop. mh7-156t Hotel Smperial and Cottages Maryland are., 50 yds. of Beach. Every comfort and codt. for 300 guests. Large looms; good tabl;; artesian water. Special spring rates, $0 to $14 per wk.,$2 per day. G. W. Kendrick. ap2-3m* * (.'HESTER INN, Ocean end New York avenue. Steam beat; sun parlor. Open ill the year. rpl8-78t D. KNAUER. HOTEL TRAYiMORE, Atlantic City. N. J. Homelike and chcerful. Rates the very lowest* consistent with first-class service. js29-15tit D. S. WHITE, Jr., Owner and Prop'r. NEWTflQTEL LURAY Torch joined to the boardwalks. Large rooma, sea and fresh private baths. Ev^ry modern luxury. Illustrated booklet. mtl5-104t JUSIAII WHITE & SON. HOTEL CHAMPLAINE, KENTUCKY AVE., NEAR beach; capacity 200; elevator: sun parlor; every modern couvenierce; table bountifully supplied with the best. Special inducements in ratea until July 1. C. SKILTON. my21-5tf New Hotel Wellington, Kentucky ave. Ocean end. Capacity 260. Origi nal Wellington .rebuilt. Refurnished, enlarged. Special vates for June. GEO. H. CORYELL. myl0-7St,5 Haddon hall, ON THE BEACH. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. golf~Lznks. The purest of water from our own artesian well. Write for booklet. LEEDS A LLPPINCOTT. apl8toje30inc HOTEL ATGIaEN, Michigan ave., near Beach. Steam heat. $1.50 to $2.00 daily; $8 to $14 weeklv. Write for Booklet. J. E. REED. mh21-104t THE REVERE, Fark place, opposite City Park. Moderate rates. my21-78t JAMES M. MOORE. ASBIRY PARK, N. J. HOTEL ALBION^ ASBURY PARK, N. J., 2d and Ocean aves.; 50 yards from the surf; aecommodates.20??: $2 to $2.50 per day; $8 to $12 per week: 18th season. Table the best. C. H. PEMRERTON. je25-lm,eo ASBUKY rjUuT r Hotel Brans wick. Directly on the beach. Th?' leading hotel in every rcepect. New casino. nmiiKement hall, elevator, electric lights, telephone, evening dinners. jell 2Mjin MORGAN & PARSONS. THFf WAS 11INGTON. Superior location, on 7th ave. All modern improvements. Terms moderate. Open all year. jeO-lh.s.t .2m-4 Coleman Rouse, ASBI RY PARK. N.J. OPENS JITNE 25. 1898. Elevator; hot anil cold water; orchestra. For rates, diagrams ami inlorniation address F. W. COlJ3M\N. <\jleman House, Asbury Park, N.J. jell-s.w,f.2m 'Si(1?E SIXTH AVENUB, 8D~HOUSE mmfc from !)each. Unobstructed ocean view. Good bicycle accommodation. Special terms during Sept. C. S. HUNT, Manager. jel-wAcs-26t.exau3&10 THE FENIMORE, blocks from OCEAN. Capacity, 200. jell-s.m.w.2m-4 THOS. NOBLE. 8T. CLOUD. Near otean and bathing grounds. All Improve ments and conveniences. Special rates June and Sept. M. LEWIS. jcll-s.m,w,2m-4 HOLLAND HALL, A&$URY PARK, N. J.?NEAR beach; new and modern; view unobstructed; bath and sun parlor; special rates till July 6. jel7-f,m,w-lm BEACH HAVEN, N. J. TIhe EogSeside. Beach Haven, N. J. Now open. Modern in every respect. 850 guests. Matchless bav f??r sailing ami fishing. Special rates for June. ap28-118t.6 R. B. ENGLE & SON. Proprietors. CAPE MAY, X. J. CARROLL VILLA, Jackson and Beach sts.. Cape May. N. J. Attractive imp. this year. Fine oeean view rooms. (je2y-lm-4) Mis. T. R. BROOKS. THE I>EV<>N. S? >1 Tl1 LATA^ KITE ST.. CAPE May. N. J. Near Penna. R.R. station and beach; homelike and cheerful; large porch, airy and well furr.ished rooms; 2d season. Mrs. M. B. FIELD. Je28-lm OCFAN VILLA. JACKSON ST. NEAR WA8H ington. Cape May. Half square from beach. Center of attraction: terms reasonable; Washing ton reference. IAJWNES MADDOCK. je25-lm THE ALDINE, Cape May. Open all the year. Cuisine excellent. jc20-2m THEO. MUELLER. SEA CREST, Directly on Beach. Nearest house to suif. Good table. Near Penna. R.R. station. Broad piazzas. Washington references given. L. R. MADDOCK. jel8-2m.4 THE EBB ITT. Open all year. Ocean view. Appointments complete. l^ng-distance telephone. No. 5. jel4-lm-4 S. W. GOLT. CONGRESS HALL. Will open for season '98 June 25. under entirely new management. A thoroughly modern brick hotel. Command!ugly situated on bluff overlook ing ocean. Elevators, electric lights, bells, etc. Sanitary equipment perfect. Concerts morning and evening by Hassler's celebrated orchestra. Bookings after June 10. jel3-lm R. IIALPIN. THE COLONIAL, OCEAN END OF OCEAN ST. Full ocean view. Excellently appointed. $2.50 to $3 per day; $10 to $18 weekly. Jel3-2m,4 W. H. CHURCH. THE~WINDSOR. CAPE MAY. Directly overlooking ocean. Greatly improved; homelike comforts. Now open. Write for terms. jel3-lm,5 R. HA LP IN. ST AH VILLA. CAFE MAY, N. J. Within 100 feet of ocean; enlarged and refur nished; appointments first class; location unsur passed. F. L. RICHARDSON. Jc8-lm Stockton Hotel, CAPE MAY. N. J. DIRECTLY FACING THE OCEAN. Unsurpassed for grandeur of proportions and elegance of appointments. One-third of a mile of spacious porch. Suites with private bath. Booklets and rates on application as above, or at Hotel Norinandie. HORACE M. CAKE, Prop., Washington, D. C. Je7-52t,14 THE BREXTON, CAPE MAY. N. J.; 1 SQUARE from beach; large piazzas and sun parlors; with full view of ocean; reasons We terms; excellent cu'slne. J. A. MYERS, n yl8-3m,4 CAPE MAY POINT, N. J. CARLTON HOTEL-NEW MANAGEMENT: Di rectly on the beach; accommodates 400; orches tra; gunning* fishing. Send for booklet. Terms, S?7 to $12 per week. KELLY & WEAVER. je2o-2m SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J. Wi!burtomi=By=The=Sea. Hot and cold sea water baths; directly on beach. Je23-2in R. K. LETCH WORTH. THE RUSK IN. SPRING LAKE, N.J.?OPEN JUNE 25; every con v.; unexcelled cuisine and senr.; artesian water; beautiful location, head of lake; ocean view; terms reas. J. BEAM. je6-30t*.4 VENT NOR. N. J. CARISBROOKE INN. VENTNOR, N. J.?ON THE beach, one mile below Atlantic City; away from the noise of the seashore'metropolis; ten-minute trolley connections; refined family resort; every modern hotel appointment; capacity double this season. CHAS. M. OTT. Prop. Je8-26t SEASIDE?NEW ENGLAND. OCEAN HOUSE, SWAMPSCOTT. M.^SS. OPENS JUNE 30, 1808. J. E. MEAD. Prop. (Also of "The Hamilton." Bermudl.) Je4-s?w8t THE NANEPASHEMET, Marblehead Neck, Mass., Opens June 1. Finest location on the North Shor.;. Every room has ocean view. Special rates for June. Stnd for descriptive circular. my0-m.w,f,2m* E. G. BROWN, Prop. THE CERRO GORDO, Newcastle, N. H. Opens July 1. Apply to the Brexton, Park ave., Baltimore, until June 26. je22-lm? BLOCK ISLAND, R. I. HOTEL MAXISSES. Fifteen miles at sea. Fine bathing, cable, gas, electric bells, orchestra. Prices reasonable. For booklet address C. E. & E. A. BROWN.jel3-6w*G Continental Hotel. NAUHAGANSETT PIER. K. I. For rate*, booklets and Information inquire at of. fire of Hotel Cochran. Washington, I?.C.,or arfdrvss U1I.BFJHT JOHNSON, Dixon House. Westerly, U.I. mj'23-201 SUMMER RESORTS. ( I OOBAJf GROVBV M. J. THE ELDORADO, BBOADWAI* FROWTTNQ Fletcher Lake and the Ma; Mar baths; perfect sanitation; all conTemlenees. Address Mra. A. LOOMIS or Mr*. D. W. V1?HER, Mgr. jell-s.m.w,lm DR. STAHK8" HOTEL?THE LEADING HOTEL. Close to ocean. Krery improvement. Cuisine unsurpassed. Capacity, 280. Jell-s,m,w,lm-4 W. H. L. STAKES. THE LAJJQDOH, Directly on ocean front; near Auditorium and baths. June to October. JeI3-m,w,f,lm-4 ? X. J. HOLT. 1EA91DE-JBHSEV COAST. ^"T HATHAWAY INN, DEAL, N. i. now open. An Ideal seashore reiort. Send for descriptive booklet. ARTHUR L. .MARSH, Prop., ur? ft ** ~ ? " - - my21 Late Florida East Coast Hotel System. s,m,w,2m HOTEL BRIGHTON, OCEAN CITY, N. J. Directly on the beach. Opens Jane 26. Terms reasonable. Bend for circular. jel3-26t,4 R. R. SOOY, Prop. SEASIDE?MISCELLANEOUS. THE PLIMHIMMON, OCEAN CITY, MD. Newly decorated; all mod. conveniences; electric light, hot and cold baths, ball rooms, orchestra; finest buthing on Atlantic coast; no malaria. Chat tolanee spring water serred without extra charge. Write for "booklet" and terms. Mrs. R. T. 8HREVE, 13 E. Franklin St., Baltimore. Je27-lm COME TO COLONIAL BEACH AND RENT A COT tage. I have a variety of nice ones, furnished and unfurnished: $25 and up for season. Also "Tbo Hotel*' und bearding houses. MASON & CO., Je25-3w* Colonial Beach, Va. HOTEL MILBFRN. P.NEY POINT. MD., OPENS Jnue 30.?Everything strictly first-class. Free bathing, boating and driving; music and dancing every evening. Special rates to families and pirties. H. N. MILBURN, Prop. Mrs. PKICH ARD, Manager. Je25-6t* Washington's oldest and most popular water resort, OSroey Opint Tl?jT?tel * iney * oint " ^otel Wash. B. Williams, Prop RICHARD E. WILLIAMS. MANAGER. Opened June 25th for the season. There is no more delightful place on the Poto mac or Chesapeake to spend the hv?ated summer months than famous old "Piney Point." which has been the favorite resort for the leaning fam ilies of Washington. Maryland and Virginia for many years. Everything which could add to the comfort or amusement of the guests has been provided with a lavisl hand. Superb table, excellent cook. The famous Mt. Pleasant Field Band has been retained for the entire season. Dancing every evening. Magnificent beach?best salt water bathing in this vicinity. Modern bath houses. Billiards. Pool. Ten-Pin Alley and Rowboats? free to all guests. Splendid fishing and crabbing. Washington and Baltimore steamers land at the Point daily. MOW REACHED. Piney Point is reached by a delightful sail down the beautiful Potomac river, via thy Weeins Steam boat Co.'s fine steamers. Steamer Sue leaves Stephenson's wharf every Monday at 4 p.m. Steamer Potomac every Thursday at 4 p.m. Steamer Arrnvsmlth will begin her regular trips during the week July 2. See schedule. Full particulars regarding weekly and monthly rates for board at the Hotel furnished on applica tion at Piney Point or of WASII. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D sts. je24-2w DON'T OVERLOOK THE BEAUTIFUL The resort has been granted liquor license for the season. Hotel and cafe under new man agement. Excellent service ami terms moderate. Je22 tf WEISS Jc MARTIN. hotfli at Oi-ean City It lf?. ",,[active new one hundred *ue?t? nt..? uf Bt*>ut fully furnishe'd w ?i, b a? 7 aDd ,M,e aiid maple furniture and WAmliNCl^N ' 7I'? "ft orW* WARKINOTON. Ocean City. Md. J-.3-m.nftf i'm I > It BLACK ISTON E'S FA Mor^T^FM xTVTTT-^r sort, "Rlver-Snrinm . MMhll HK i's^rVF8 H I^BLACk' jeLlm. ? ",Ter S"r:nss' *? M?T? CO.. Md WVimf J,w'.??,es "ddress T(1. !- K- noland. Tolchoster Beach. Sid. SPRIXGS A Ml BATHs! Carroll Springs Sanitarkmi , forest glen md de-lrttJr,?f0r.rldV;lJS-. vZ^'T'' ,h",e Hrcnla?^..,, ** Minnequa Springs HoteL nla K.R." ie^<?iV^tav2nHHIOD of *"???*??? tfactions; ln< mitaiinlr.h ,c;, "centlonal at Spring; delightful cIHvph- r e* ate nne,JUa steanf heat; ..Jiva,0?-'L^:r?'TV Wa"",: mu,lc: For rates address ' s v?V ???'>" !??leuce ?gjgggt Mlnncqn,8nNraiiyo^Lrc*-p. Variety Springs, SI. . AuKuata county, Va h?tri; rates reason'mL' '??\\ Xew _grasa_VAH!ETY M'lUXQS v" ?r *umls%S?* *"v<rnnient ha'a recognir'ed the rk,'?' :he ffi-EY elprno"?W tK">kl? "CIWRLE.? a tr>. JelH-tf ARAN DALE HOTEL BEDFORD SPRINGS ' xv.? Bedford. Pa ' ThVwsK:,"':",, located. jeTj:- & KS.,ln ,he ; ALSIP a SMITH. Vi?.DhAv.^r^ Zlf"?R shenaS: modern; mo'st acccsiSli. oVtli .hU?i?1 n,!w HDd taring places; no tong Hrt Vlrglnl" ?? roj.ds. Write for ride over rousrh nij23-6m E r jokiiavtan2 lnfori?ation. ? Jordan Hnrl.iya \a. Bedford Springs HoteL BEJIlKORD. PA of the finest bowlJng allevs in th? "*?a ?n? waters of Bedford ?,!. f? the eounfry. The celebrated in the world most effective and address rld' For te,ul? and Nniklets n y24-3m*12 T- A!-SIP, Superintendent. THE MOt'ATAlNS. ALRORA HOUSE & ANNEX S5SE,'0he.vTyH^,aApt'LE^H=NIET pure wutrr in the world Zl finest sprintrs of bl. ; 1?,K, ?,r?:n* ? founds; excellent ta comforts. l usurpafs d as*"# i i,i ds .and bum<: resort. Apply iL,,,. fr~ , pleasure r fn.its und tegeti-liles l4n i??ua*em<'n?: freah apriiigs; fine Wilnir iX? ' nilner.il sccnery. By far the Hhii ma?nlflcent ci-Lvenient to WasblnctoS lt^!??.ttlM<!lt,'in resort SIKclnl to familii K iper month; dress M. L. JONES hJTSZ* ^1 Ferry. W. Va. Hot?^ Shenandoah, Harper's ? ? ;??. Je4-lm sm k ? SSue GLEN SUM^UT TOTEL" * ?Ien Summit, &k. On L. V "iS" ^ftlV^ctOber.) *.<m feet elevation Motel^rom. I'b??<lelphla. inf.tr'maMon 'iipply to1*1*'* pb*to*ra^" "id other | _jel-52t-12 w iH OBOSBY. Uan.?r ? c b522T .TfTB3Ec: Ita appointments; ' d'rSDc "' R? laiA P" M^TuRFrT^w?,|nEdp^; Hill Top House ~ ~ I^SS^OTmai^apacUy^nln'"1 Dewt^orr hulid S,7^d'q-tfft Kmer reputation onSbTsp'SS'f^l ?if/.W,hfre; ja?e7?T. s. LOVETT, "'ra^,A.SPdE?!?i?!rF5i;~F5OM^ cd giounds; spriiig'be^drl? s Mountain View House oiSu^TSe? Near airy rooms* irood table; large, JOHN *B<1 fl<,Wir*; LANTZ Aurora, W. T?. Jel-im SUMMER RESORTS. IX TH^byMOLllTAIXS. WOODLAWN, BOCKV1LLE. MD.-OPEN JUL! 1: lam, airy rooms; porches; shady grounds; hot ana cold batas; artesian water; good table; terms ?.00. $7.00 and $8.00 per week. Address Mrs. . J. CO LUCY, Clarendon, Wash., D. a. or Mrs. NEFF, WootUawn. Jel7-2m THK SUMMIT HOUSE at HARPER'S FKRKY, W. Va., opens June 15. Send for circular and terms. Address Miss JENNIE CHAMBERS, Clerk. my 24-3m* * BLUE MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Washington county, Md., ' ; Jel-lm WILL OPEN JUNE 18. ?"'POWHATAN,- CHAKLESTOWN. W. VA., WILL be opened In June; perfectly equipped house; healthy and beautiful country. Mrs. BOLLING. 1225 Linden ave., Baltimore. apl8-tf KEE MAR SUMMER RESORT WILL HJEOPEN JUNE 15. Has well-shaded lawn: fine mountain water; hot and cold baths; porticoes; fine scen ery and large rooms. Address Miss LEONARD, Hagerstown. Md. Je9-lm THE LOCKWOOD AND COTTAGES, OPEN MAY 15. Extensive improvements; large, shady grounds; excellent table. Term*. $6 and $8 week ly. A. P. DANIEL, Proprietor, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. my 4-5m.4 Mcdowell houre-this popular summer home oi* 1; pleasant, niry rooms and porches; t- -nds; excellent tabl?. Apply to B. E. 2u Harper's Ferry, W. Va. my25-3m HOTEL AI .^NY. EAGLESMERE. PA.-THE most delig .ilul summer and health renort in Ps.; elev., 2,200 ft.; long-distauce tdephone. Send for booklet and rates. W. H. VAN BUSK IRK, Prop. jel8-lm4 HOTEL ROYAL, FRONT ROYAL. VA.- GREAT In sll its appointments: hot sud cold baths: lythia water; broad verandas; cool and healthful. Terms $6, $7. $8 per week. Address Capt. C. GRIMES, Manager. je4-lm MOUNTAIN LAKE HOTEL. " Mountain Lake Park. Md. Far from war's alaims and summer's heat; Chautauqua headquarters: now open. Address Je4-lm Mrs. J. K. McKEE. Manaper. BLUE MoT'NTAINSI White Sulphur Springs Hotel, DOUBLING GAP. KEWVILXE. I'A. Fifty-second season." Opens June 25. Medicinal waters. Relined environment. Moderate rates. For terms and illustrated circular address Jell-lm GEORGE ALBERT FREYER, Prop. Brookside Hotel AND COTTAGES. Alt., 8.100 ft. On the plateau of the Alleghanles mar Oakland. Deer Park, ("heat Ri*er ancl Ryan Trout Brook. Six hours on B. and O. Swimming pool, bowling, billiards. Sir., free to guests; tennis and croquet grounds; livery at tached; sutilime scenery; line roads: <*omplete im proved sanitary system; 140 acres attached. Insur ing ample diiry, fiuit and vegetables. Our cele brated Polar Spring water supplies tbe table and rorins. Write for souvenir booklet twfore deriding your summer <utlng. Rates, to ?10 i>??r week: special jates for fumili s. S. PR:"SC 3TT WRIGHT. Mgr., Brookside, W. Va. Additional particulars sec< nd floor Mertz bldg. jel4-if :l IN THE HEART OF THE BLUE RIDGE. Dry atmosphere. No mosquitoes. NOW OPEN. For terms and circulars address W. M. REAMER, Manager, Buena Vista Spring P. O.. my20-3m.l4 Franklin Co., Pa. DEER PARK HOTEL, DEER PARK, MARYLAND. Only 5V4 hours from Washington. MOST DELIGHTFUL SUMMER RESORT OF THE ALLEGHEMES. Swept by mountain breezes. 2.800 feet above sea level, aud -emoved from all annoyances. Ab solutely free trom malaria, hay fever and mos quitoes. On main line of Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Hotel and cottages. Every modern convenience. Electric lights, elevator. Turkish baths, two lsrge swimming pools, golf links, ten nis courts, bowling alleys, magnificent drives, complete lively service. Annapolis Naval Acad emy Band. Delightful cottages (furnished for housekeeping i.* desired) ready for occ upancy June 1st. Hotel open trom June 25th to September 30th. For rates and information address D. C. Jones, manager. Deer Park. Garrett county, Md. jel-m,w,f&s-tojyl51nc AESCULA PI AN, A ~FI RST-CLASS FAMILY HO tel, Wiehle, Fairfax eo., Va.?25 miles fr??m Washington, 8 miles from Cunp Algr-r: special Inducements for families of officers; pure water; high location; extensive paiks; superior table; bathing, bowling, tennis. je3-3m Western nassachiisetts. 3J GREENFIELD, ? DELIGHTFUL SUMMER RESORT. HOMELIKE AND RESTFUL. WILLIAM E. WOOD. Proprietor. Jel-lm 18 OCEAN TRAVEL. North German Lloyd. FAST EXPRESS SERVICE. SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON. BREMEN. Kais.W.d.G.July 5, 2 pm Saale.Tu.,Aug. 2. 2 pm Latin..Tu.,Julj 12, loam Lahu..Tu..Aug. 0. 10 am Trave.Tu.,July 26, 10 am tvais. W.d.G. Aug. 10,2pm TWIN SCitEW PASSENGER SER\ ICR. SOUTH AMPTON. LONDON. BREMEN. Koenlgin Lulsc Thursday. July 7, 9 a.m. Bremen . .Thursday. July 14, noou GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. GENOA. K. Wm.lI..July 9, 10 am Ailer.... Aug. 0, 0 am Ems July 23, 0 amj K.Wm.II. Aug. 20, 8 am OELRICil i 6c CO.. 2 BOWLING GREEN. Apply to E. F. DROOP. 925 Pa. ave.. myl4-^tf Agent for Washington. American <& Red Star Lines. ?NEW XOltK?<Jl MHISTOWM?SOUTHAMPTOK. NEW XOllK- SOUTHAMPTON?ANTWERP. The steamers performing these serv ices are either British or Belgian. Every Wednesday and alternate Saturday at noon. Westernland July 0 ?Chester July 23 ?Berlin Ju y 0 Frie-elaud July 2T Kensington July 13 Southwaik Aug. 3 Noordland July 2u,*Berlin Aug. 0 | American Line. PHILADELPHIA?QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL. The steamers performing this serv ice are Belgian. SAIL1N3 EVERY SATURDAY. Waesland. ..July 9. 2 pm 'Was gland.Aug. 13.0:30am Rhynlaud.. July 10, 8 am Rliynlaud.Aug. 20, 11 am Belgeul'd.Jy. 23.12:30pm Belgenl'd.Aug. 27. 5 pm Pennland.July 30,7:3uam Pennland.Sep. 3,11:30am INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. NEW YORK OFFICE. 6 BOWLING GREEN. PHILADELPHIA OFFICE, 305 & 307 WALNUT ST. WASHINGTON OFFICE, 13u6 F ST. N.W., or Geo. W. Mc , Agent. 021 Penna. ave. my3-30d ANCHOR LINE Sail from New York every Saturday for Glasgow via Londonderry. Rates for Saloon Passage: CITS OF ROME, $00. Other Steamers. $50. Second Cabin, $35, ?87.50, $42.50. Steerage, $23.&?, $24.50, $25.50. For Book of Tours and information apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS. New York, Or GEO. W MOSS. 921 Pa. ave. u.w.. or E. F. DROOP & SONS, 925 Pa. ave., Washington. ap8-3ic.l5 FRENCH LINE. Compagnie Generale Translantique DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE ? PARIS (KRANCR). Sailing every Saturday'at 10 A.M., as follows: From Pier No. 42 North river, foot Morton street. La Iiourgogne... .July 2 La Navarre July 23 La Tonraine July 9 La Gascogne.... .July 30 . La Bretagne July 16'La Bourgogne Aug. 0 | Gen'l Ag'cy for U. S. and Can., d Bowling Green, N. T. O. W. MOSS. 121 Pennsylvania avs. BELL A CO. 1406 G St. fel2-ly-15 STORAGE. STORE YOUR FURNITURE WHERE THE UT incst care Is taken for the prevention of moths. Are, damage, etc., in separate rooms for $1 a month; excellent accommodations for pianos; $1 a month; "goods insured." NORTHWEST STORAGE HOUSE, 310-318 8th st. n.w. Jel8-lm STORAGE. 75c. PER LOAD; THE FINEST STOR age rooms; elevator with all the conveniences. Packing and hauling nt reasonable terms. Ad dress B. BAUM, 912 Pa. ave. n.w. my28-tf ARMY AND NAVY STORAGE ROOMS. Separate apartments, clean and dry; best loca- , tlon; reasonable rates. 1407 G St.; near all government departments. Goods packed and ship ped. Estimates furnished. mr3-2ra dentistry. Uncle Sam's Teeth Extracted Free. That U, it any man In active military or ural serrlee haj the toothache be can hare It stopped without cbargit at The Evans Dental Parlors, jel8-2w-14 1109 F ST^ N.W. _ "undertakers. W. R. Spea re, Undertaker & Embalmer, WO F Street Northwest. Everything strictly first-class and as the wtt maonaUU terms. lelcshont call 310, JiT-lt RAILROADS. MOUTUE&.N JtAiLWAI. Schedule in effect May 1, 1898. All trails arrive and leave at lvnnsjlrania pas senger station. 8:12 A.M.?Dally.?Local for Danville, Charlotte and way stations. Connects at Manassas for Stras l>urg ar.d Harrisonburg daily, anil at Lyuchburg with the Norfolk and Western dally. 11:16 A.M.?Daily.-THE IXITKD STATED FAST MAIL. Carries Pullman Bullet Sleepers, New York and Washing tun to Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with Pullman Sleeper for Abbeville and Hot Springs,N.C.; Knoxville.Chattsuooga and Mem phis. Tenn., aud at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman Buffet Sleeper New York to New Orlfans. uniting at Charlotte with Puilaian Sleeper for Birmingham. Connects at Lynchburg with C. and O. Railway for Lexington daily except Sunday and Natural Bridge daily. Solid train Washington to New Orleans without change. Suu set Personally Conducted Tourist excursion Through Sleeper on this train every Wednesday to San Francisco withont change. 4:01 P.M.?Local for Front Royal, Strasburg and Harrisonburg, daily, except Sunday. 4:51 P.M.?Dally.- Local for Charlottesville. 10:45 P.M. - Dally. - WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN VESTIBLLLD LIMITED, com I pesed of Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers. Dining Cars and Day Coacbcs. Pullman Sleepers New York to | Nashville, Tenn., via Asheville. Knoxviile a*id Chat tstooga; New York u? Tainpa. via Charlotte, Co lumbia. Savannah and Jacksonville, and New York to Memphis, via Birmingham. New York to New Orleans, via Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestibuled Day Coach Washington to Atlanta. Southern Rail way Dining Car Greensboro* to Montgomery. TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND oiilu DIVIS ION leave Washington 0:01 a.m. daily, 1:00 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. daily, except Sunday, and 6.25 p.m. Sundays only for Round IIill; 4:32 p.m. daily, ex cept Sunday, for Leesburg. aud 0:25 p.m. daily for I Herndon. Returning, arrive at Waslilnslou 8:20 s.m. and J>:40 p.m. daily nnd 3:00 p.m. dally, ex | cept Sunday, from Round Hill. 7:06 a.m. daily, ex cept Sunday, from Herndon, 8:34 a.m. daily, except Sunday, from Leesburg. In addition to above trains, all of which stop at Dunn-Iioring (srmy station), following trains lei ve Washington for Dunn-Loring proper: 8:01 a.m.. 11:1*1 a.m. and 3:2(1 p.m. daily, and 1 in f?.m. SundLys only. Returning, arrive at Wash ngton 10:29 a.m.. 12:45 p.m. and 0:35 p.m. dally and 3:(?0 p.m. Sundays only. Through trains from the south arrive at Washing ton 0:42 a.m. and 2:20 p.m. and 9:85 p.m. daily. i Harrisonburg, 12:00 noon daily, except Sunday, aud 0:35 p.m. dally and 8:30 a.m. daily from Char lottesville. Tickets, Sleeping Car reservation and Information furnished at offices, 705 15th st. n.w., 511 Pennsyl vania avenue, and at Pennsylvania railroad paasen I ger station. FRANK S. GANNON, 3<1 Vice Prest. & Gen. Mgr. J. M. CUI.P, Traffic Manager. W. A. TURK. Gen. Pass. Agent. I L. S. BROWN. G^n. Agt. Pass. Dept. BALTIMORE AM) OHIO RAILROAD. Schedule In effect June 12. 1S9S. Leave Washington from statiou. corner of New Jersey avenue and C street. For Chicago and Northwest, Vestibuled Limits trains 11:05, I!.25 a.m.. 8:o5 p.m. For Cincinnati, St. Ijouis and Indianni?ol1s. Ex- I press. 11:25 a.m. Vestibulel Limited. 3:40 p.m.; I express. 11:55 p.m. 1'or Pittsburg ami Cleveland, express daily 11:05 ( a.m. and 8-50 p.m. For Columbus, Toledo nnd Detroit, 11:55 p.m For Winchester and paints on Valley Branch, t0:<>3 j and '11:25 a.m.. +5:3o p.m. I For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham, Chat ? tanooga. Knoxviile. Bristol and Roanoke, 10:45 | p.m. daily, sleeping cais through. For Luray, 3:40 p m. daily. For Baltimore, week days, 5:00, 0 30. x7:05, | x7:lo, x7:30, xS:00. 8:30,* x9:30, xl'?:?M) a m ; xl2:<?5 m., 12:15, xl:15. x3:Oo. 3:2ft. \4:30. 4:35. x5:ti5, x5:10, x5:30. x0:21, 6:3??. xJ<:tM. 8:15. x9:00, xlO:O0, 11:15. xll:50 p.m. and xl2:01 night. Sun days, x7:<?5, x7:10. x7:30, 8:30. x9:<>0 a.m., xl2:05, i 1:00, *1:15, x3:00. 3 20. 4M IS4B, xS:f0, ?i :: ?. xS:00, xl():oo, 11:15, z 11:50 p.m.. xl2:01 nlgiit. I For Annapolis. 7:lo a.m. and 5:30 p tu. Sun- I dry*. 8:30 a.m. 4 35 p.m. I For Frederick. week days, 9:00 a.m., 11:25, 4:30, ; j 5:30 p.m. Sundays. 9 a m.. 1:15 p.m. For Hag.^rstown. tll:05 a m. and t5:30 p.m. ] For Boyd and way points, week days, h:30 a.m., j | 4:30. 5:?), 7:05 p.m. Suidays, 9:00 a.m., 1:15, | | 7:05 p.m. I For Gaithersburg and way points, week days, | 8:30 a.m.. 12:50, 3:00, 4:33, 5:35. 7 o5. 11:30 p.m. | Sundays, !? a.m., 1.15, 4:33, 7:05, 10:15 p.m. For Washington Junction ai.d way points, S:00 I I a.m., 4:30, 5:30 p.m. week days; 9:00 a.m., 1:15 | i p.m. Sunday. ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND I PIIII AFELl'HIA. All trains illuminated with l'intsch light. For Philadelphia, New \ ork, B<?bt'?i and the East, week clays, 7.05, 8:00. 10:00 a.m.; 12:Oo p.m., 1:15 p.m. (all Dining Cars), 3:00 <5:05 Diutng j Car), 8:00, 12:01 night (Sleeping Cur open at 10 o'clock). Sundays, 7:o5, 9:00 a.m. (1:15 Dining Ciin, 3:00 (5:0ft Dining Car), b:00, 12:01 night (Sleeping Car open at 10 o'clock). Parlor Cars ou 11 day trains. For Atlrntic City. 10 a.m., 12:05 noon, 1:15 and 3:?J0 p.m. *veek days. For Cape May, 12:05 noon. ^Except Sundry. xfOxpit-ss trains. Bugguge called for and chocked from hotels and residences by Union Transfer Company on orders left nt ticket offices, 019 Pennsylvania avenue northwest; New York avenue aud 15tli street and at depot. WM. M. GREENE. D. B. MARTIN, General Manager. Mgr. Pass. Traffic. ^ PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. 7 5o A.M. WEEK DAYS. PITTMHRG EX PRESS.-Pa rloi and Dining Cars Hairisburg to Pittsburg. 10:50 A.M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.-Pull man Sleeping. Dining. Smoking and Observation Cars Harrisburg to Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianap ; olis. St. Ixmls. Cleveland and Toledo. Buffet Parlor far to Harris burg. 10:50 A.M. FAST LINE.?Fullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor Car Harrisburg to Pittsburg 3:30 P.M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX PRESS.?Sleeping ?'a- Washington to St. Lonia, and Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrisburg to St. Lr>uis. Nashville (via Cincinnati) and Chicago. 7:20 P.M. WESTERN EXPRESS. -Pullman Sleep ing Car to Pittsburg. Chicago and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dining Cur to Chicago. 7:20 P.M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS.?Pull man Sleeping Cars Washington to Pittsburg and Harrisburg to St. Louis aud Cincinnati. Dining Car. 10.40 P.M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.?Pullman Sleep ^ Ing Car to Pittsburg. 7:50 A.M. for Kane. Canandaigua. Rochester and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday. 10:50 A.M. for F.lrnira and Renovn dailv. except Sunday. For WllliamsiM.it daily. 3:3:? P.M. 7:2<) P.M. for Willicmsport. Rochester. Erie. Buf falo nnd Niagara Falls daily, except Saturday, uith Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester. 10:40 P.M. for Erie. CMianuaigua. Roches.er. Buf falo and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester Saturdavs only. FOR PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND "THE EAST. 4:00 P.M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED.** dally, all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Baltimore. Regular at 7:00 (Dining Car). 8:0o. 9:o0. 10:00 fDlnlng Car), and 11:00 (Dining Car from Wil mington) A.M.. 12:45. 3:15. 4:20 (Dining Car from Baltimore). 0:50. 10:00 and 11:5ft P.M. On Sunday. 7:00 (Dining Car). 8:00. 8:00. 11:00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) A.M.. 12:15, 3:15, 4:20 (Dining Car from Baltimore). 6:50. 10:00 and 11:50 P.M. For Philadelphia only. Fast Express. 7:50 A M week davs Express. 12:15 P.M. week days. 2:01 and 5:40 P.M. daily. For Boston, without change, 7:50 A.M week days, and 4:20 P.M. daily. For Baltimore. 6:20. 7;00. 7:50. 8:ft0. 9:00. lft:00, 10:50 11:00 A.M.. 12:15. 12:45. 12:58. 2:01, 8:15. 3:30 (4:00 Limited). 4:20. 4:36. 5:4<). 6:15. 6:50. 7:20. 10:00. 10:40. 11:15 and 115ft P.M. On Sunday. 7:ft0. 8:?m. 9:0ft. 9:ft5 10:50. 11:00 A.M.. 12:15. 1:15. 2:01. 3:15. 3:30 ( 4:00 Lim ited). 4:20. 5:40. 6:15. 6:50. 7:20. 10:00, 10:40 and 11:50 P.M. For Pope's Creek Line. 7:50 A.M. and 4:36 P.M. week days. Sund rys. 9:05 A.M. For Anna polls, 7:0C AM and 5:4ft P.M. dsllv. ex cept Sunday Sundays. 9:ftO A.M. snd 4:20 P.M. Express for Florida end points on Atlantic Const Line, 4-30 A.M., 3:46 P M. daily; Richmond only, 10:57 A.M. week days; Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line. 4:40 P.M. daily. Accommodat on foi Quantlco. 7:45 A.M daily and 4:25 P.M. week days. SEASHORE CONNECTIONS. For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge, all rail route). 3.15 and 11:50 P.M. daily; via Mar ket Street Wharf. 10:00 rnd 11:00 A.M. 12:45 P.M. week days, and 11.5o P.M. daily. Satur days only. 9:00 A.M. For Cape May. 11:00 A.M. week days. 11:50 P.M. dally. Saturdays only. 9:00 A.M. Ticket offices. corner Fifteenth and G streets snd at the station. Sixth and B stieets. wh:-ro orders <*an lie left for the checking of baggage to destination from hotels and residences. J. B. HUTCHINSON. J. R. WOOD. General Manager. General Pass. Agent. WASHLNUTON, ALEXANDRIA AND MT. VKB NON RAILWAY. FROM STATION, 131* SI REST AND PA. AVE IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 14, 181*7. For Alexandria, week days. 6:30. 7:05. 7:35 ex.. 8:00, 8:35. 8.59. 10:00. 11:00.. 11:45 A.M.; 12:05 ez., 12.20. 1.15. 1:45. 2:u5 ex.. 2:40, 3:00 ex., 3:25, 3:59 ex.. 4:15 ex.. 4:50. 5:u5. 5:20 ex., 5:40, 6:05 ex., 6:30. 7:06. 8:00. 9:00. 10:00. Ilt20. 11:59 For Alrxanf ila, Sundays. 7:45. 8:45. 9:45, 10:30. 11:15 A.M.; 12:?M) noon. 12:45. 1:30. 2:15. 3:00, 8:45, 4:30, 5:15. 6:45. 7:30. b.15. 9:00. 10:?H), 11:20 P.M For Mt. Vernon, week days. 6:30. 8:00, 1ft:00, 11:00 A.M.; 12:05. 1:15. 2:05. 3:00, 3:59, 7:06, 9:00 P.M. For Mt. Vernon. Sundays. 7:45. 9:45 A.M.; 12:00 noon, 2:15. 3:45. 6:45 9:00 P.M. For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge, week dcy* 8:00, 8:59, 10:oC, 11:00 A.M.; 12:o5. 12:20, 1:15, 2:05, 3:00. 3:25. 4:15. 5:20. 6:05. 7:00, 8:(i0 P.M. For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge, Sundays, 7:45, 8:45, 9:45. 10:30. 11:15 A.M.; 12:00 noon. 12:45, 1:30. 2:13. 3:00, 8:45, 4:30, 5:15, 6:00, 0:45, I'M. 8:15 P.M. Parcel* carri~T on all tralna. Baggage checked. iy2 CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO BA1LWA#". THEOL'UU THE <jEA.MJL.-5i OF AMHU1CA. ALL 'IKAl.NS VLS11UULI.U ELKCTKIO LIUHTI'.D. Si HAM HEATKD' ALL MLALS btUVLU IN LI.MNU CAKS. STATION. SIXTH AND II STllEKTS. If iu eflcct 1(1} 1, IStfS. 1:20 P.M. DAILY?Cincinnati aud St. Louis Spe daL?Solid tralu for Cincinnati, PuRuian Sleepers to Cincinnati, Lexingtou, Louisville, Indianapolis and St. Lou's without chauge. Connects st Cov ington, Va., for Virginia Hot Sprjug* daily. Parlor Cars Cinclnui'i to Chicago. 11:10 PJ(. DAILY?F. F. V. Limited-Sold train for Cincinnati.^ Pullman Sleeper* to Cincinnati, Lexington and Louisville without change, open for reception of paasengers at 9 p.m. Pullman Com partment Ca- to Virginia Hot Springs, withont change. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays. Ob servation car fllnton to Cincinnati. Conneetlon daily. Sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago and St. IajuIs. S-20 P.M. DAILY?For Gordonsville. Chariottcs rlUe, Staunton, and for Richmond daily, except Sunday. 10:57 A.M.?DalW c-zcept Snnday.?Parlor car Washington to Richmond, and Richmond to Old Point. Arrive Richmond. 2:45 p.m.?Old Point, 6:30 p.m. Iransfer st Richmond. Reservation sad tickcta st Chesapeake and Ohio 013 and 14*1 Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station. H. W. FULLER. my3-30d General Passenger Agent. COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS. CHARI.ES 8. BL'XDT, COMMISSIONER OP DEEDS. Of nil the State* and Territories. delT-tf Ft-udall RAILROADS. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.- Intruded ?te*m ahip sailings fr?m ViDoovrrr to JAPAN an-1 CHINA; KMrRF-SSOK CUlNA Jult 11. S.-*t i2. Ihs KMl'ItLSS OK 1XIUA . Aug. 1. Ore. H? Jan. 2 EMPKFSS OK JAPAN. Atf 22. Not 7 Jan 3?i Fast Route to the Philippine Inland* TO HONOL1UT. FIJI AND AtKTIiALlA: WARKIMOO Jme 2* AOliANGI Aug 2.% Secoud cabin acuomtu'dm ion* very l?-n r*:>-v 11. MeMCRTRIK. Ap nt. .id and chestnut M Phlladrl phla, Pa., and 203 K. German at. Baltimore Md . or K. V. SKINNKK. G. K A., l&i N V Je27-m.w*f 12tf PIANOS AND ORGANS. Ooini't want for A PianOo ? ? ? ? ?Never befor< In the history of tin l?u*d ? ? ? ? ncss have plnu- p.ut** I* *>i\ k? 1-n \W ? ? ? ? are going to iiiak^ ntimht Impr-v., ? ? ? ? men ta. The Hearing out < f lb* M -? k l?* ? ? ? ? im absolute ra?*essity. Pr* rti l>\ our lo? New Pinn<>s WW iMld ?'ff wflir pifc * Slightly used Iprlgh'w half priee. $(>'?0 Slightly I w?l I'pilght <Ir:ind J'JC. $T>ta? Slightly l'aed I'prlgbt tirsnd. superb IBM Pi $4??o Slightly I* Ned I'prlgbt tinnul $?."> Slightly I'aed I'pright Granl *2-. 7 $Pm? Slightly I'sed I'pright Grand **J"< $4??o Slightly 1 h?h1 l|>nirht Grand . . . . $?*?"? $400 Slightly I *ed ( plight Grand . 12 Kh-gmt Mrhogj-ny I'prlgbt. propeitv ?>f an amir officer i>cd orlv 3 iiH*ith? ? STi .'.r....*x":. $ 1163 Square Pian<? half prU-e. Kany | ; v monts Grimes' Piapo Exchange, Jel6-3n>.96 913 PA. AVE. UprfightPiano,$265 Going to t-ift-f ? ui a flu** Ifuntinutoii I o light I*ian?-- Wallirt ?-*??e. IrM on* *f tbr ?tyl* for fJ'Ti ?!?? d?-*n. %s M moiitl K. F. MMOl' A: S? NS. !?2T. I'm av? Stein* aya an I other leading PimHu. it Think Of St. There isn't a weak |N>iut jiivwlcit- ui* it tbe TIEFF PIANOS. They are a perfe?t example ? f 1'i.itM l?ui'.?Vng, and their prlo?H an rlgbi. Stisff Piano Wars Rooms, 521 !XEVK\T?! ST. N.W. J. C. CONLIKF. Mm 21 ? r Upright Pianos AT GUFATLY l:E!H CFI? I'KH i;s. Good Square 1'hDi* n* tmnll p < * and little monthly payuieuts. Kvervtb.u;. r?-d????*d In |*rice durfn , Jul} and Augua'. liuy ih>? and f:otn ?t?. JOHN K 1.1.1.IS A Co . Je28-l0tf 1?37 IVMm no*. Piano Tuning. Bv F. I- B.VItKNKHFIFIt. f<< m. rty villi X, F. F.'ilin & "> 8 4ih n.f. MB Ir PIANOS MOVED, $2.00. Organs. 5?e. Storage. ?1 on |??-r motitb. WORCH'S ??? n.h22-tfui-A MEDICAL. Dr. Leatherman. E\|K?rt KjMM-lallst In tho <*ure of nil ypef-'.nl 4li* easos of iut?n and wtawn C?m??ultatiofi f Hours. 9 to 12 2 to f>; Toes . Ttuirs. and S^t. evonlncs. 7 to b. 00. F u.vv. Gos?-d on Sinilm. Jolte-1 in ? THE ADVAMR ON *<\NM\<.0. Out Troops Within Tliroe Miles of It Monday. Several dispatches have been received from Gen. Shafter relaiive i?i ih?- condi tion of affairs around Sanliat-'o. In out:, dated Monday, he said: "All is progressing #well. We occupied today an advanced position aiiandoned by the ei emy yesterday on the Sevilia and Santiago road, west of San .1 u-tn ri\tr, v.ithii: three niles of SaniiiigM. and from which it can be plainly seen." This dispatch disclosed a very satisfac tory rate of progress on the p.irt of (Jen. Shafter toward the town of Santiago itself, and apparently he has gained all this ground and has come within three miles of Santiago without suffering an> losses since the bloody skirmish of Frida> last. Alto gether the performance is re^rded by th? department officials here as \<ry prattl ing. As near as can lie gather?-?i fr..m tli^ brief dispatch the American army Is new at the fork in the road, one branch of which leads to Santiago, and me other to Moiro Castle, at the entrance 10 the har bor. Gen. Shafter is thus free to move in either direction, according to the demands of the campaign. in another dispatch Gen. Shafter gave the following oihrial list of the American* killed In the battle ol l.u (vnaslnu 011 the IMth instant: 1st Cavalry?Private Otto Krupp, Troop B; Corporal Alexander L.ter.noc and Pri vates Kmil Uiork, Ja k llerlin, Peter II. Dix, Gustav Colbe and Jcbse K. Stark, Troop K. Hull Cavalry?Corporal William L.. While, Troop E. 1st I.'nited States Volunte?r Cavalrj ? Corporal George Tohorty and Private E. Leggett, Troop A: Sergtanl Marcus B. Bussell and Privates Harry Heafnoe. Troop G; Captain A. K. Caproii. Serjeant Hamil ton Fish and Private Tilden W. Dawson, Troop 1-, Private William J. Ervlne, T10 >i> F. Numbers engaged were: 1st Cavalry. 244; loth Cavalry, ?iU; 1st Volunteer Cavalry, 500; total. IHH In view of the position taken by the sur geon general and his subordinates tn the matter, the War Department has Issue! the following circular: "The sending of delicacies to the army, although most generous, and which has been fully appreciated by the War Depart ment. will not longer be encouraged, as It has been found that such delicacies for troops tn the field are injurious rather than lielpful. The Secretary of War suggests that donations of this character In futurj be sent to the hospitals only, and that the surgeon general of the army be consulted as to where they will be most needed." Maj. Gen. James F. Wade, commanding the 3d Army Corps at Chickamauga, will be tn charge of all the troops at that place when Maj. Gens. Brooke and Wilson pro ceed to Tampa. This they are to do with the fifteen regiments of troops which hare oeen designated to be ready to move at the shortest possible notice. Concerning the crltic:sms on unseasonable clothing in the army, Secretary Alger says that light summer clothing is being ma.ie as fast as possible, and an auxiliary cruis er will take to Santiago a sufficient supply for all the troops now operating there. He expects to have the entire army clothed in these summer suits at a very early date. GRXKBAL DEFICIE.YCV mill. The Hawaiian RrMlnlliim 1.rid talde In 1 lie Nennlr. The closing hours of the session of the Senate yesterday afternoon were without any incident of special interest. Senator Caffery continued his speech after The Star's report of the proceedings was closed. "The ulterior purpose of the revolution ists tn Hawaii from the start," said Mr. Caffery, "was annexation to the United States." He said all the conspirators were sugar men, and the tariff law then In ?>i?er ation in the United States was inimical to their interests. He added that a good deal had been said recently about the intei?#t ol the sugar trust tn the pendi lg <|Ue-t!on of annexation. The statements made wire illusory and misleading and intended t j be such. "In the course of my remarks." said Mr. Caffery, "I will attempt to show hereaf.tr that the Interests of the American Sugar Refining Company are not better subserved by having Hawaii as it is than by havlrfc Hawaii annexed. The Interests of Tie su gar trust are not better subserved by Hr. wail being Independent and free than by Hawaii being a part of the United States, and the newspapers that are crying 'Wolf, 'wolf,' are trying to cover their nwa tracks." At 4 o'clock Mr. Caffery, not having con cluded his speech, yielded the floor. The annexation resolutions were laid aside for the day, and Mr. Hale (Me.) called up '.he general deficiency bill. A committee amendment striking out the House provision that no recording clocks should be purchased for the government de partments, except from moneys specifically appropriated therefore, was rejected. After the reading of the bill, which con sumed an hour and a half, the Senate at 5:35 p.m. went Into executive set-slon. Mr. Hale gave notice that he would -all up the measure at the conclusion of Turn ing business today. At 3:40 u'cioek ttat Senate adjourned.