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ATLANTIC CITY, k. J. TIIK ORIoLE. 2120 PACIFIC AVE.. ONE BLOCK f 1?"in K*-i('ta| depot and Ltar beach; open all the y?nr; *7 t?. $!> weekly. Mt.>. C. T. BUZBY of Baltimore. )yl-2m.4 ST. CHARLES. Finest Hotel on the Coast. je3?-2*t 5 JAMES B. HE1LLY. NEW H YtiElA. COR. NEW YORK AND PA cifi ? aves. R* built and refurui.-ned. Terms mod erate. M. A- V. MARSH, Owners and Prop*. tlate of Hnffnr- n>. Jel0-21t TJi WESTMINSTER KV ATS. NEAR BRICH. Open uli ti t v? a . El th o- to *tre.t level. Every app Intment and excellent tabl \ Sj?ecial July rate* Set-d for illustrated booklet. M. KOCHE. Jell*-L'It G RAND ATLANTIC H Of EL Virginia a*-**. .ml beach. Atlantic City. N. J. Second season. Within a few yards of new ?icel pi t. 35?? l?enutifui room*, having 2 to 0 each. Luxuriously api?ointed: single and en suit ??; many with luitb attache*!; passen ger elevator* to the street. Write for terms and Illi strat'd ltookiet. Jeifr-SKt . CHARLES E. COPE. HOTEL MAJESTIC, Virginia ave., 75 yards from beach. A hotvl tna. is new and uiodern. Capacity 300. Every couvt-u'enie. Elevator to street. Full view of ocean. Unexcelled cuisine and service. Special July rates, $10 and upward. Write for booklet. Je27-2*>t-8 W. H. STEilLE, Owner and Prop. THE MARYLAND, New York ave. near the beach, Atlantic City, N. J. F. S. OIIEM, Je27-52t I "Top. THE RENOVO. * Tennessee ave. near beach. Reopens June 4. Je27 26t 4 \\ M. E. CI1EESEMAN. TIIE IRV1NGTON Virginia ave. aud beach; up to date; modern hotel, ocean view; elevator to ground floor; steam heat; filtered water; popular prices. Je27 2tft 5 CHAMBERS A IIOOPES. THE WETHER1LL, Kentucky ave. ard Beach. Homelike; pleasant riioms; excellent table; $1.50 to $2 daily; $3 to $12 weekly. Write for booklet. mh25 I04t Mrs H. Y. MuYER. BERKSHIRE INN. Ocean end Virginia ave. A Hotel that Is Strictly Modem. At moderate rates. Within a few yards of l?ea< h aud new steel pier. Capacity. .TOO. With every convenience. Elevator to street level. Full ocean view, lable and service unexcei.ed. Write for booklet, showing hotel, new steel pier, golf link*. Ac (Je21-26t) G. FRANK COPE. CONTINENTAL, Atlantic ave. almve Rh< <le Island. Full view of oceau Terms modercte. je2l 2ttt Mrs. S. HITCH1NS. Propr. THE a perfectly conducted house. ^"1 Mod. imps ; home ?-omforts. 1 Missouri ave.near the Beach. Terms, $7 to $10 per week. je23 Itc-4 THE STRATFORD. CORNER KENTUCKY AVE.? Directly on the beach, with full view of ocean. Large sun parUr overlooking board walk. Ele vator to street level. Sanitary plumbing. Rates. $1 to $4 per day. European plan. Cafe at ticbed. JOHN WIF.DEMER. je23 2ilt HOTEL RUDOLF. On beach front. Atlantic City, N. J. Capacity 4?*?. C. R. MYERS. Jt4 53t.4 ~ THE KENILWORTH. l-*o So Kentucky ave., near the beach. $8 to fll weekly. All conveniences. O. S. WRIGHT. Jel3 26t,4 "SEASIDE HOUSE] Atlantic City. N. J. Pennsylvania ave. Ocean front. Elevators. Hot salt hath*. Rooms en suite; baths attached. -? -'2t CHARLES EVANS. Hotel de ViBSe Krntucky ave ?80 *ards v frjIn teach. Capacity, 3o<?. Special rites an?l attractions for July 4. Dance, orchestra, elevator. M. W. TRUI1T. ap2o 3iu-4 THE SCARBOROUGH. BEACH FRONT. MARYLAND AVE.. ATLAN TIC CITY. L NOBSTRl'CTED \1EW OF OCEAN. ELEVATOR. BATHS. ARTESIAN WATER. SPECIAL RATES FOR LONG STAY. WRITE For ILLI STRVTED BOOKLET AND TERMS. ap2S-?M !? ALFRED W1MAN. TlIE WILTSHIRE. Va. ave. near beach. Klevator. Special rates for June. Send for 1m. ok let. S. S. PHOEBUS, formerly of "The Hygeia," 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, Jel&-2? Propiletor and Manager. THE AlJjEMARLE~AND~COTT AGES. Beautifully situated, with full cceau view?Vir ginia ave. near beach. Best hotel, at moderate rates; capacity. 300. Special inducements for long stay and to iamities; every convenience; table uihi service unsurpassed; write for booklet show ing hotel, etc., etc. J. P. COPE. my21-52t THE WLNGFIELD. O-ean ave.. 100 yds. from beach. Cuisine first clasp. JelS-26t A. KLECKNER, Frop. THE READE. Pacific ave. above New Jersej ; in the fashionable uptown section; one block from beach; elevator. jel7-2tit L. VAN VOORHEES. THE ROS3MORE, rENNESSEE AVE NEAR THE Beach, I'enua. depot and main attractions. Al Xen-d r i>d refurnieh^d. Modern hotel requisites. Capacity, 200. Open all the year. Moderate rates. COLLINS A O'BRIEN. J? -4 2% it H O L M 11 I RST. (formerly Hotel Hoffman.) Pennsylvania avenue near beach. Entirely rebuilt and newly furnished throughout. Under new management. Appointments thorough ly mcdern and complete. FU valor to grini :d floor. Opens June 25. Write for Illustrated b??oklet. HENRY DARNELL. >10 2?t ARLINGTON HOTEL, Michigan ave.. fifty yards from Itoardwalk. Head qucrtrs for Washiugtoniain. Every nuMiern im fnov? ment and elegantly apj*>inted; elevator; excel ent ? ri^iue and service; table supplied with coun try farm vegetables, poultry, etc.; orchestra; in>pu iar rates; capacitv. 200. Write for booklet. Je4-lm H. W. PURCHASE. THE EVARD. Kentucky ave.. 5o y#rds from beach. Special rates for July. jel4-2Ct--? J. RAUFFENBART. ilOTEL BERKELEY, On the ocean front at Kentucky ave. Entirely rebuilt at.d enlarged to a capacity of 400. E\ ? ry room with o<-ean view. Elevator to stxeet. Sun piirlor and open pavilions directly on boardwalk and on each floor. Rooms en suite, with bath. Strictly first class at moderate rates. Send for t?coklet. Je 13-3in 10 JAMES A GEORGE BEW. THE BINGHAM. New York and Pacific aves.; one square from beach and depot. $6 to $12 weekly. Old man agement W. DOHERTY. Jel3-26t-4 ~ Bi-tei. i.eiXniTe] Dlr -ctly on the beach. Massachusetts ave. Jc20 2?t 4 SA.M'L WAGNER A SON. VERMONT HOUSE. NEAR THE BEACH. VER luout ave. -Service aud cuisine the best; $10 and upwrrd we ?klv. Ocean view. All large and airy r?-.n.? J B. HAWK. b?2o-2fit-4 BKW'S HOTEL. DIRBCTLY ON THE BEACH, at lii u l-i ave. -The finest location. Every modern a; i- '-itment. including <le\ctor. hot and cold sea water batlm in h< use; p? rfect service. American and F.ui- f^vin plans. RK HAHI) BEW. j<>2o-52t-5 THE LOR A IN R. The ncwe;t hovel, on the beach. St. Charles Place. R"? ins en sftite. with ball's; steam heat; elevator to street; art *sian wattr; reduced spring rates; h 8A1IL. WAGNER a SON. J.2?'2tit HOTEL ELRKR* ?N. TENNESSEE AVE.. NEAR Uach. Rat v*. fS to $12 per week. Write for I*? It let. ROBERT B. Ll'DY, M.D. (successor to Miller Ac lardy> jell 78t L PITNEY raUGHTTUIXT SfTUATCD coaii end New York ave. Capacity, 125. Serv ice first-class. P< i ular prices. Jell 2?;t F. C. READ. HOTEL MT VERNON. An ideal ?.ome; Paclfte svc. near the bea?h. <'ape.? ity. 2*?<) i'J tv $14 weekly. Send for book let JAS. S. MOCN A CHAS. W. SllAW of Baltlin* re. Proprietors. J*ll-78t Hotel ~au*ise. pacific-near Michigan a\e. Motlern convenience*.; good table; terms, $1' to $li p-_?r week. Send for illustrated booklet. Je?-7St 4 HARRY D. EASTMAN. THE CLARENDON, Vlrglnlc ave.. r.esr l>each, Atlantic City. Special June rates je8 2ftt-4 M. D. NEIMAN. THE OSBORNE. P&cifir and Arkansas ave. Rates, $1.50 to $2.50 daily; $b to $14 weekly. Elevator. 'Bus me*ts trains. Mrs R. I. OSBORNE. my23 3m TH E WAVERLY. 22<1 year Ocean view. Comfortable and homelike. Table splendid from management's farm. Send f. r Illustrated Booklet. Special June rates. $2 per d- y. $lo per week and upward. L. T. BRYANT. y<> 2t?r 5 HOTEL sTRANDT Formerly the Monterey. Ocean end Virginia ive. Fiuest location; capacity. 200; entirely new throughout; excellent in every appointment: supe rior table; oceau view; write for booklet. Special r&tes for 4th of July. FAIRBA1RN A WILLIAMS. je4-26t * THE CLIFTON. Oocr. and Atlantic aves.; homelike family houso; 3 mln. walk from beach; $7 to $10 weekly; booklet. )e4 52t W. F. SHAW. HOTEL STICK NET. Kentucky ave. Right at beach. Elevator. $2 to $2.50 day; $0 to ?14 weekly. mhl-tf L. V. 8T1CKNEY. HOTlEL ATGLEN, Michigan ave.. near Beach. Stsam bent. $1.50 to $2.00 dally; $8 to $14 weekly. Write for Booklet. J. K. REED. Bih21-10M SUMMER RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY, H. J. LITTI.E BRIGHTON HOTEL AND RESTAU rrnt. ocean end of South Carolina are. Formerly on Nor rd walk. Steam beat. Home comforts. Moderate rate*. S. A. SCHWEISFORT, Prop. mb7-156l BRADY HOUSE, ~~ Arkansas are. uear tbe Ocean. Cbeerfnl family bouse." Terms m<xl. Send for Booklet. Jell-s,tu&thtojylthend2in JAMES BRADY. NEW ENGLAND. South Carolina ave 75 yards from Ocean; ne;v house; every convenience. Reduced June rates; send fcr bjoklet. BRYAN & WILLIAMS. Je3-2t.t Maryland ave., 50 yds. of Beach. Every comfort and conv. for 300 guests. Large looms; good table; artesian water. Special spring rates. $i* to $14 per >*k.,$2 per day. G. W. Kendrick. ap2-3m* CHESTER INN, Ocean end New York avenue. Steam bout; sun parlor. Open all the year. rpl8-78t D. KNAUElt. HOTEL TRAYMORE, Atlantic City, N. J. Homelike and cheerful. Rates tbe very lowest consistent with first-class service. ja20-156t I?. S. WHITE, Jr., Owner and Prop'r. NEW HOTEL LURAY Porch joined to the boardwalks. Large room^, sea and fresh private baths. Every modern luxury. Illustrated t?ooklet. ml. 15-1041 JOSIAH WHITE & SON. HOTEL CHAMPLAINE, KENTUCKY AVE., NEAR beach; capacity 200; elevator; sun parlor; every m?l:?rn coavenier.ce; table bountifully supplied with the best Special Inducements In rates until July 1. C. SKILTON. mv21-5tf New Hotel Wellington, Kentucky ave. Ocean end. Capacity 250. Origi nal Wellington rebuilt. Refurnished, enlarged. Special rates for June. GEO. H. CORYELL. mylO-7St,5 " HOTEL ROYAL. Kentucky ave., near beach. $1.50 to $2.00 per day; $8 to $12 per week. HENRY MILLER, for merly of the Elberon. my2-78t,4 THE REVERE, Park place, opposite City Park. Moderate rates. my21-78t JAMES M. MOORE. Coleman House, ASBURY PARK, N.J. OPENS JUNE 25. 1808. Elevator; hot and cold water; orchestra. For rates, diagrams and Information address F. W. COIJ3M \N. Coleman House, Asbury Park, N.J. jell?s.w.f,2m HOLLAND HALL. ASBURY PARK. N. J.?NEAR beach; new and modern; view unobstructed; bath and sun parlor; special rates till July 6. jel7-f,m,w-lm ASBIRY PARK, X. J. MYRTLE HOUSE?ASBURY PARK. N. J.; NKAR ocean; good table; home comforts; rates, $0 to $10 per weec. Je30-2t ? Mrs. E. WEST. ASBURY PARK. IHotefl Bnuiiniswick. Directly on the beach. The lending hotel in every respect. New casino, amusement ball, elevator, electric lights, telephone, evening dinners. Jell-2V*m MORGAN & PARSONS. BEACH HAVES, X, J. Tihe Engleside. Beach Haven, N. J. Now open. Modern in every respect. 350 guests. Matchless bav for sailing and fishing. ap2S-l ISt-O R. B. ENGLE & SON. Proprietors. CAPE 91 AY, IS'. J. CARROLL VILLA, Jackson and Beach sts.. Cape May. N. J. Attractive imp. this jc-ar. Fine ocean view rooms. ije21*-lm-4) Mrs. T. R. BROOKS. THE "DEVON, SOUTH LAFAYETTE ST., CAFE May. N. J. Near Penna. R.R. station nnd beach; homelike and cheerful; large porch, airy and wcll furr.ished rooms; 2d season. Mrs. M. B. FIELD. Je2h-lm OCEAN VILLA. JACKSON ST. NEAR WASH ington. Cape May. Half square from beach. Center of attraction; terms reasonable; Washing ton reference. LOWNES MAD DOCK. je25-ltn THE ALDINE, Cape May. Open all the year. Cuisine excellent. Je20 2m THEO. MUELLER. SEA CREST, Directly on Beach. Nearest bouse to surf. Good table. Near Penna. R.R. station. Broad piazzas. Washington references given. L. R. MADDOCK. jel8-2m.4 THE EBBITT. Open all year. Ocean view. Appointments complete. Long-distance telephone, No. 5. jel4-lm 4 S. W. GOLT. CONGRESS HALL. Will open for season '08 June 25, under entirely pew management. A thoroughly modern brick hotel. Commandlngly 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. HALPIN. 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. je!3-lm.5 R. HALPIN. STAR VILLA. CAFE MAY, N. J. Within lOO feet of ocean; enlarged and refur nished; appointments first class; location unsur passed. F. L. RICHARDSON. je8-lm Stockton Hotel, CAPE MAY, N. J. DIRECTLY FACING THE OCEAN. Unsurpassed for grandeur of proportions and j 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 Nonnandle. HORACE M. CAKE, Prop., Washington, D. C. Je7-52t.l4 THE BftEXTON, GAPE MAY, N. J.; 1 SQUARE frcrn beach; large piazzas and sun parlors; with full view of ocean; reasonable terms; excellent cu'sine. J. A. MYEllS. n.yl8-3m.4 CAPE MAY POINT, N. J. CARLTON HOTEL-NEW MANAGEMENT; Di rectly on the beach; accommodates 400; ovches tra; gunning: fishing. Send for booklet. Terms, 47 to $12 per week. KELLY & WEAVER. Je2o-2m OCEAN GROVE, X. J. THE ARLINGTON, OCEAN GROVE, N. J. THE LEADING HOTEL. $20 to $35. two In room: special to families. Send for booklet. C. H. MILLAR, Prop. Jel7-tu.f,s.-2m THE LANGDONi Directly on ocean front; near Auditorium and baths. June to October. Jel3 m,w,f.lm-4 M. J. HOLT. SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J. Wi3burton=By=?The=Sea. Hot and cold sea water baths; directly on beach. Je23-2m R. K. LKTCH WORTH. THE RI'SKTN, SPRING LAKE, N.J.?OPEN JUNE 25; every conv.; unexcelled cuisine and serv.; artesian water; beautiful location, head of lako; ocean view; terms reas. J. BEAM. Je0-30t*,4 SEA Ml IE?JERSEY COAST. HOTEL BRIGHTON, OCEAN CITY. N. J. Directly on the beach. Opens June 25. Terms reasonable. Send for circular. jel3-26t,4 R. R. SOOY, Prop. SEASIDE?NEW ENGLAND. THE CERRO GORDO, Newcastle, N. H. Opens July 1. Apply to the Brexton, Park ave., Baltimore, until June 2fl. je22-lm* "block island, R. I. HOTEL MANISSES. Fifteen miles at sea. Fine bathing, cable, gas, electric bells, orchestra. Prices reasonable. For fatoklet address -C. E. &; E. A. BRQWN.Jel3-6w*0 CorstamentaS Hotel. NARRAGANKETT PIER. R. I. For rates, booklets and information Inquire at of fice of Hotel Cochran, Washington, D.C.,or address GILBERT JOHNSON. Dixon House, Westerly, R.I. my28-2in THE NANEPASHEMET] Marblehead Neck, Mass., Opens June 1. Finest location on the North Sfcor.?. Every room bas ocean view. Special rates for June. Stnd for descriptive circular. my&-m.w,f,2m* E. G. BROWN, Prop. VENTXOR, N. J. CARISBROOKB INN, VENTNOR, N. J.-ON THE beach, one mile below Atlantic Citv; away from the noise of the seashore metropolis; ten-minute trolley connections; refined family resort; every modern hotel appointment; capacity double this season. (.'HAS. M. OTT. Prop. Je8-26t SEASIDE?MISCELLANEOUS. POTOMAC HOTEL. ST. GEORGE'S ISLAND, MD. Opens July 1. Boating, bathing, fishing, &c. Music and dancing; cuisine excellent. Rates mod erate. Take steamer Potomac, Sue or Arrowsm'th. See Evening Star for sailing hours. Address ADA VIS BROS., St. George s Island, Md. jel7-lm* FA.ilOUB HOTBL TOLiCHKSTEtt?B?ACT1FTTLLY ?ituitrd ou a high bluff, orerlookln* Cheaapeake t>ay, salt water bathing and flaking; a great health retort. For rmtaa i?im O. E. NOLAND, TalebMtar Beach, M4. SUMMER RESORTS. SGASIDE-SII9CELLANK018. FOR RENT?"HOTEL AL.VIN"?THIS WELL known only first-class hotel nt Colonial Beach, directly on water front; completely furnished for business; elegant cafe; 20 bath houses, now open; terms low. Possession given at once. Apply O. E. BRAYTON, Room 442, War Department, or on promises. Jyl-3t* THE PLIMHIMMON, OCEAN CITY, MD. Newly decorated; all mod. conveniences; electric light, hot and cold baths, ball rooms, orchestra; finest bathing on Atlantic coast; no malaria. Chat tolanee spring water, served without extra charge. Write for "booklet" and terms. Mrs. ft. T. SHREVE. Ocean City, Md. Je27-lm COME TO COLONIAL BEACH AND RENT A COT tsge. I have a variety of nice ones, furnished and unfurnished; $25 and up for season. Also "The Hotel" and bearding houses. MASON & CO., Je25-3w* Colonial Beach, Va. HOTEL MILBURN, P.NET POINT, MD., OPENS June 30.?Everything strictly first-class. Free bathing, boating and driving; music and dancing every evening. Special rates to families ?ind turtles. H. N. MILBURN, Prop. Mrs. PRICH AIID, Monager. Je25-6t* Washington's oldest and most popular water resort, Oimey point Tj-jjotel a Sney oint " ^otel Wash. B. Williams, Prop RICHARD E. WILLIAMS, MANAGER. Opened June 25th for the season. There is no more delightful nlace on the Poto mac or Chesapeake to spend the heated summer months than famous old "Piney Point," whi-'h has been the favorite resort for the leading fam ilies of Washington, Maryland and Virginia for many ytars. Everything whicn could add to the comfort or amusement of the guests has been provided with a lavish 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 Puiut daily. HOW REACHED. Piney Point is reached by a delightful sail down the beautiful Potomac river, via the Weems 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 Arrjwsmith 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 WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D sts. je24-2w OCEAN CITY, MD.?THE COLONIAL. NOW OPEN for guests, situated one block north of the United States life-saving station, and directly on the ocean front, is one of the most attractive new hotels at Ocean City. It has a capacity of about one hundred guests. It is beautifully and taste fully furnished with brass beds, hair mattresses and maple furniture, and is w Ired for electric bells and lights. Inquire 700 14tli St., or W. J. WARRINGTON, Ocean City. Md. Je3-m,w&f-lm DON'T OVERLOOK THE BEAUTIFUL Bay Ridge. The resort has been granted liquor license for the season. Hotel ;'.nd cafe under new man agement. Excellent service and terms moderate. Je22-tf WEISS & MaRTIN. SrUIMlS AM) UATHS, Carroll Springs Sanitarium FOREST GLEN. MD. Designed for invalid*, comalts enis and those desiring lest and qu-et; U miles fr?.m. 300 feet above, the city;?? an be reached by taking II. an^l O. or W. W. arid Forest Glen electric cans. For circulars, etc., address Dr. G. II. WRIGHT. ruy3-2iu* Variety Springs, Augusta county, Va. Six varieties water; cool; refreshing. New betel; rates reasonable. Write for booklet. Ad dress VARIETY SPRINGS. Va. je22 201 ? WASHINGTON'S FAVORITE RESORT IS BEAll Lithia Springs. Virginia; five hours' ride; the government lias recognized the water for the army; hotel now open; booklet free. CHARLES KKRNBY. Prop. Jelx-tf '9 BEDFORD SPRINGS, Bedford, Pa. Now open, at poptlatr prites. Finely located. The waters are the most effective In the coun try. For teriu3 and booklets address J64-2m* ALSIP A SMITH. VERY ACCESSIBLE, 60 MI. FKOM WASH.; MT.. valley and water, scenery, bicycling, drives, shad ed grounds; spring beds; no children taken; fish ing. boating, swimming; 2 dally mails; first-class fare; fresh meats, fowls, milk, fruits; ?5 per wee*. Procure circular. MAURICE CASTLE MAN, Chstleman's Ferry, Clarke Co.. Va. Je7-3m JORDAN WHITE SULP1IUR SPRING. SHENAN doah Valley, Va.-Open June 1. Hotel new and modern; most acctssible of hll the Virginia wa tering places; no long stage ride over rough rocds. Write for pamphlet and information. my23-6m E. C. Ji'RDAN, Jordan Springs. Va. Bedford Springs Hotel, BEDFORD. PA. The Carlsbad of America. . Open from Jun ? 27 to October 4. with lnc.*cas- I ed attiactions. Megnificent golf links, and one of the finest bowling alleys in the country. The waters 6f Bedford ar<s the most effective and celebrated In the world. For terms and booklets address J. T. ALSIP, n y24-3m*}2 Superintendent. IN THE MOUNTAINS. AURORA HOUSE ANNEX. ON TOP OF THE ALLEGI1EME3. Always cool. Bring heavy wraps. No mosquitoes. Im proved by large 8-room coitage. 3 acres of lawns, shade and flowers; one of the finest springs of Sure water In the world on grounds; excellent ta le | largo, airy roums; clean soft beds and home comforts. Unsurpaestd as a hfaitb and pleasure resort. Anply Rooms 157 and 158, Loan and Trust building, Oth and F, or address je88-Gt J H. SHAFFER, Prop., Aurora, W. Va. HOTEL SHENANDOAH (FORMERLY GREEN'S Mountain House), Harper's Ferry, W. Va.?Open for guests June 7. New management; fresh fruits and vegeti-bles in abundance; mlueral springs; fine fishing ind boating; magnificent scenery. By far the choicest mountain resort convenient to Washington. Rates, $30 per mouth; special to families. References exchanged. Ad dress M. L. JONES, Hotel Shenandoah, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. je4-lm ~Blue Ridge Inn, Snicker's Gap. Special rates for May and June. my4-2m* A. C. DRAWBAUOH, Snlckersvllle, Va, OLEN SUMMIT HOTEL Glen Summit, Pa. (Remains open until October.) On L. V. R. R., 3V6 hours from Philadelphia. 2,000 feet elevation. Mountain spring water. 50 miles finest driving and bicycling roads. All elec trical appliances. Private baths. Elevator. For descriptive booklets, photographs and other Information apply to Jel-52t-12 W. H. CROSBY, Manager. THE AFTON INN, FRONT ROYAL, VA.; ELEC trie lights; hot and cold baths; first-class In all its appointments; fin- scenery, driving and fish ing. A. P. McIVlURFF, J. G. WILTSHIRE,Prps Je2-lm* Hill Top House Opens season *98 with additional new 5-story build ins, 35 rooms; capacity dining room, 250; hot and cold baths; 7,000 *q. feet verandas, whose breezy points and grand scenery uncqualed anywhere; former reputation of tkb'e speaks for itself; terms same. T. S. LOVETT, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. myl7-tf DEER PARK HOTEL, DEER PARK, MARYLAND. Only 5% hours from Washington. MOST DELIGHTFUL SUMMER RESORT OF THE ALLEGHENIES. Swept by mouutaiu breezes, 2,800 feet above ?ea level, and -emoved from all annoyances. Ab solutely free from 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 Krge swimming pools, golf links, ten nis courts, bowling alleys, magnificent drives, j complete lively service. Annapolis Naval Acad- j emy Band. Delightful cottages (furnished for j housekeeping i* desired) ready for occupancy June 1st. Hotel open from June 25th to September 80th. ! For rates and information address D. C. Jones, manager. Deer Park. Garrett county, Md. jel-m,w,f&s-tojyl5lnc WOODLAWN, ROCKVILLE, MD.?OPEN JULY 1; large, airy rooms; porches; shady grounds; hot j ana cold batas; artesian water; good table; tern|s ?6.00, S7.00 and $8.00 per week. Address Mrs. Al. ,1. COLLEY, Clarendon, Wash., D. C., or Mrs. NEFF, Woodlawn. jel7-2m the Summit "house at harper's ferry, W. Va., opens June 15. Send for circular and terms. Addrcis Miss JENNIE CHAMBERS, Clerk. my24 3m* "POWHATAN," CHARLEaTOWN, W. VA., WILL be opened in June; perfectly equipped house; healthy and beautiful country. Mrs. BOLLING, , 1225 Linden ave., Bait'.mo: e. apl8tf KEE MAR SUMMER RESORT WILL REOPEN JUNE 15. Has well-sha itd lawn; fine mountain water; hot and cold baths; porticoes; fiue scen ery and large rooms. Address Miss LEONARD, Hagerstown, Md. jeO-lm THE" LOCKWOOD AND COTTAGES. OPEN MAY 15. Extensive improvements; large, shady rands; excellent table. Terms, $G and $8 week A. P. DANIEL, Proprietor, Uarper'B Ferry, W. Va. my4-6m,4 MeDOWELL HOUSE?THIS POPULAR SUMMER home opens June 1; pleasant, airy rooms and porches; shady grounds; excellent table. Apply to B. E. MCDOWELL, Harper s Ferry, W. Va. my26-8m HOTBt ROYAL, FRONT ROYAL. VA.?GREAT in all its appointments; hot and cold baths; lythla water; broad verandas; cool and healthful. Terms f*. V. $? per week. Address Cant. C. GRIMES, )s4 1m SUMMER RESORTS. IS T#E M#l\TAI\S. Virginia mountain Resorts Reached "by thj o Railway D0[E^\[LDR9(Q SPOBOKIffiS. Delightfully situated, 2\(f -miles from Hot Springs. Most valuable waters of their kind known. Hotel m<*14rate in- charges, well con ducted, quiet and homelike; a desirable re ?ort for families. . Additss A. M. STOISOX., Manager, Healing Springs, Bath county, Va. / TOGSKfl 8ff>0R0li3(B8. Five miles from Het Springs. Hotel and cottages conducted as a fust-class family re sort. Most luxurious Hwiminiug yowls of thermal water in the world. Address EUBANK, & 'GLOVER, Warm Springs. Bath county, Va. Old Sweet Springs, Sweet Chalybeate Springs, Red Sulphur Springs, Salt Sulphur Springs, Rock bridge Alum Springs, Natural Bridge, Gladys Inn. Clifton Fcrge, the Alleghany, Goshen, Nimrod .Hall tnd many other weil known resorts; also 200 homes for summer boarders. Excursion tick ets and descriptive pumphlets at C. and 0. ticket offices, 513 and 1421 Pa. ave. Jyl-37tf H. W. FULLER, G. P. A. Mountain View House ?in Alieghnnies, 3,000 feet abcve sea level. Near Oakland and Deer I'Mk. Excellent table; large, airy rooms; good beds: plenty shade and flowers; home comforts; reasonable rates. jel-Gw JOHN A. LANTZ, Prop., Aurora. W. Va. HOTEL ALLEiiHENY. EAGLESMERK. PA ?THE most delightful summer and health resort In Pa.; dev.. 2.2*0 ft.; long-dlstunce telephone. Send for booklet and rates. W. H. VAN BUSK1RK, Prop. jelh-lm4 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, Manager. BLUE MOUNTAINS. White Sulphur Springs Hotel, DOUBLING GAP, NEWVILLE. PA Fifty-second season. Opens June 25. Medicinal waters. Reflaed e r.ylronim nt. .VcJera e rate>. For terms and Illustrated circular r.ddiess Jtll-lm GEORGE ALBEKT FREYER, Prop. . . II IN THE HEART OF THE BLUE RIDGE. Dry atmosphere. No mosquitoes. NOW OPEN. For terms and circulars address W. M. REAMER. Manager. Bueua Vista Spring P. O., iny20-3m,14 Franklin Co., Pa. AESCULAPIAN, A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY Ho tel, Wiehle, Fairfax co., Va.?25 miles from Washington. 8 miles from Ciinp Alger; special Inducements for families of officers; pure water; high location; extensive parks; superior table; bathing, bowling, tennis. je3-3m OCEAN TRAVEL. North German Lloyd. FAST EXPRESS SERVICE. SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON. BREMEN. Kais.W.d.G.July 5, 2 pm Sa?le.Tu.,Aug. 2, 2 pm Lahn..Tu.,July 12, loan. Lahn..Tu.,Aug. 0, loam Trave.Tu.,July 20, 10 auijivals. W.d.G.Aug. 10,2pm TWIN SCiiKW PASSENGER bEliMCE. SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON. BREMEN. Koenigin Luise Thursday, July 7, 9 a.m. ! Bremen ..Thursday, July 11, noon I GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. GENOA. K.\Vm.ll..July 0, 10 am Aller Aug. 0, 9 am Ems July 23, 9 am] K.Win.II.Aug. 2o, Sam OELRlCli 5 6i CO.. 2 BOWLING GREEN. Apply to E. I1. DROOP. 025 Pa. are.. myl4-^2tf Ageut tor Washington. Ameaicairo & Red Star Lines. ?N E W YORK-Q L EEN STOW N -SO U T H A M I TON. N E W Y ORK-SO U i HAM PTON?A NT W E RP. The steamers periormijig these serv ices are either British or Belgian. Every Wednesday and alturuate Saturday at noon. Westernland July 0 *Ches^er July 23 ?Berlin Ju.y u'Friesland July 27 Kensington July 13 Southwaik Aug. 3 Noordland July 20,?*Berlli? Aug. 0 American Line. PHILADELPHIA?giEE>'STOWN?LIVERPOOL. The steamers performing tliis serv ice are Belgian. SAIL1N J EVERY SATURDAY. , Waesland. ..July 0. 2 pm; Wa .slai'.d. Aug. 13,G:30am Rhynland.. July 10. 8 am, Rhynland.Aug. 20,11am I Belgeui'd.Jy. 23,12:30piui'Bolgeul'd. Aug. 27, 5 pm ; Peunland.July 30,7:3tjum Pennland.Sep. 3,11:30am i INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. NEW YORK OFFICE. 4> BOWLING GREEN. PHILADELPHIA OFFICE, 3o5 * 307 WALNUT ST. WASHINGTON OFFICE. 13oG F ST. N.W., or Geo. W. Mc . Agent, 921 Peuna. ave. iny3-30d "MCHOiR'XiNl 8ail from New York every Saturday for Glasgow via Londonderry. Rates for Saloon Passage: CITY OF ROME, $00. Other Steamers. $50. Second Cabin, $35, $37-50, $42.5o. Steerage, $23.&>, $24.50. $25.50. For Book of Tours and information anplv to HENDERSON BROTHERS. New York, I Or GEO. W MOSS, 021 Pa. ave. u.w., or E. F. DKOoP & SONS, 025 Pa. ave., Washington. ap8-3m.l5 FRENCH "LINE.~ Compagnie Gener.ile Translantique DIIIKCT CINE TO HAVIIE- PARIS (I'RAVCE). Sailing every Saturday at 10 A.M., as follows: From Pier No. 42 North river, foot Morton street. | La Bourgogne... .July 2 La Navarre July 23 , La Toaraine July 9 La Gascogne July 30 La Bretagne July 1G La Bourgogne.... Aug. 0 1 Gen'I Ag'cy for U. 8. and Can., 3 Bowling Greeu, N. T. G. W. MOSS. ?21 Pennsylvania ave. BELL & CO. 1406 G st. fel2 ly-15 PIANOS AND ^ORGANS. We're Taking Stock. Exceptionally low prices ou fine Flanos of | the leading ti'hkes. A J*telnway upright, that has been rented, to go at a most attraetl"\e figure. E. F. DROOP & SONS. 925 Pa. ave. Stelnway md other leading pianoa. Jyi-at The ResuCt of 2^ RebuMdSog Sale. ?New Pianos at one-third off regu lar prices. ?Slightly used Uprights at half price. ?We're making this the greatest sacrifice Washington ever know. It's a necessity? but the result is the same. One magnificent Unright Grand, property of party leaving the city?only used a few months?cost $550. For cash the price Is Stool and senrf included. Two Handsome Uprights to exchange for squares. Qrimes' Piano Exchange, Jel5 3m,36 013 PA. AVE. Think Of It There Isn't a weak point anywhere al?out the PIANOS r? Thev are a perfect example i*1 Piano building, and their prices are right.. ji Stsefff Piano Wafe Rooms, 521 ELEVENTH S& N.W. J. C. CONL1FF, Manager. Je29-21tf Upright. Pianos AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Good Square Pianos at small prices and little monthly* payments. Everything*, reduced In price during July and August. Buy nojv and from us. JOHN F? ET.L18 & CO.. je28-10tf i?987 Penna. ave. Piano Tuning. By F. L. BABF.NDREIER, tJpnerlj with J. F. Ellis A C-. 518 4th n.e; 2 je27-lm* 9 $2.00. Organs, 50c. (ttorage,; $1.00 per month. Musi? Store. *28 F n.w. inh22-6m-8 9 WORCH HOTELS. ~ The Colonial, ^ HySS Sanitary plumbing. porcelain baths, ice.; rooms en suite or single, with or without litard; terms mod erate. WM. A. McKELLlP. Propr. Je3-lm* UNDERTAKERS. W. R. Speare, Undertaker & Er^-balmer, M0 F Street North *??(. li?>Uill| strictly InMlua mod om the Ml ?nhmUi Mm. Hoim Ml M0. tol-tt RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. STATION ORKER OF-SIXTH AND B STREETS. 1:60 A.M. WEEK PAY8. PITTSBURG EXPRESS. ?Parlor ind IHning Oars HarrUburg to Pittsbura. 10:00 A.M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.-Pull man Sleeping. Dining. Smoking ?nd Observation Car* Hatiisburg to Chicago. Cincinnati. Indian apolis, St. Louia, Cleveland and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Harriaburg. 10:50 A.M. FAST LINE? Pnllinan Buffet Parlor Car to Harriaburg, Buffet Parlor Car Harriaburg to Pittsburg. 8:30 P.M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOITS EXPRESS. --Sleeping Cur Washington to St. L^aia, and Sleeping and Dining Cars Ilnrrinburg to St. I* ule. Nasbrille (via Cincinnati! and Chicago. 7:20 P.M. WESTERN EXPRESS.?Pullman Sleep ing Car to Pittsburg, Chicago and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago. 7:20 P.M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS.?Pull aan Sleeping Cars Washington to Pittsburg and Harrisburg to St. Louis and 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 Elmira and Reuovo daily, except Sunday. For Willlamsport daily. 3:30 P.M. 7:20 P.M. for Willlamsport. Rochester. Erie. Buf falo and Niagara Falls daily, except Saturday, with Sleeping Gar Washington to Rochester. 10:40 P.M. for Erie, Canandaigua, Rochester, Buf falo and Niagara Falls daily. Puiluian Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester Saturdays only. FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND THE EAST I 4:00 P.M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED," daily, all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti more. Regular at 7:00 (Dining Car). 8:00, 9:00. 10:00 (Dining Car) and 11:00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) A.M., 12:45, 3:15, 4:20 iDIning Car fiom Baltimore), 0:50, 10:00 and 11:50 P.M. On Sunday. 7:00 (Dining Can. 8:0u, 0:00. Il:o0 (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 Ex press, 7:50 A.M. week days. 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 4:2o P.M. daily. For Baltimore. C:20, 7:00, 7:50. K:0Q, 9:00. 10:00, 10:50, 11:00 A.M.. 12:15, 12:45. 12:58, 2:??1. 3:15. 3:30 (4:00 Limited), 4:2U. 4:30. 5:40, 6:15. 6:50. 7:20. 10:00, lo:4o. 11:15 and 11:50 P.M. On Sundry. 7:00. 8:00, !?:0o. });o5. 10:50. ll:on A.M., 12:15. 1:15. 2:01, 3:15. 3:30 (4:00 Limited), 4:20, 5:40. 6:15, 6:50, 7:2o, 10:00, 10:40 and 11:50 P.M. For Pope's Creek Line. 7:50 A.M. and 4:36 P.M. I week days. Sundays. 0:05 A.M. For Annapolis. 7:00 A.M. and 5:40 P.M. daily, ex cept Sunday. SuiKlays, 0:00 A.M. and 4:2o P.M. I Exj ress for Florida and iioiiits on Atlantic COast I Line. 4:30 A.M.. 3:46 P.M. daily; Itiehmond only. 10:57 A.51. week days; Atlanta Special, via Richmond and St-aboard Air Line, 4:40 P.M. daily. Accommodation for Quantico, 7:45 A.M. dally and 4:25 P.M. week days. SEASHORi: CONNECTIONS. I For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge, all rail route). 11:00 A.M., 3:15 and 11:50 P.M. daily. 12:45 P.M. week days (through Pullman Buffet Parlor Car); via Market Street Wharf, 10:00 and 11:00 A.M.. 12:45 P.M. week days. 11:50 P.M. daily and 12:15 P.M. Sundays only. Saturdays only. 0:00 A.M. For Tape May. 10:00. 11:00 A.M., 12:45 P.M. week days. 11:50 P.M. dally. Saturdays only, 0:00 A.M. Ticket offices, corner 15th and G Si roots. and at the station. 6th and B streets, where orders can be left for the checking of baggage to destination fr< m hotels and residences. J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. It. WOOD. ' General Muuager. General Passenger Agent. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. ScheUale in cilect May 1, 1808. All trains arrive and leave at Pennsylvania pas senger station. h7l2 a7m7?Dally.?Local for Danville, Charlotte aud way stations. Connects at Manassas for Stras burg ar.d Harrisonburg daily, and at Lyuchburg with the Norfolk and Western daily. 11:15 A.M.-Daily.-THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL. Carries Pullmau ButTet Sleepers, New York and Washington to Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with Pullman Sk*epc*r for Ashevillc ar.d Hot Springs.N.C.; Knoxvillc.Chattanooga and Mem phis, Tenn., aud at Cbailotto with Pullman Sleeper for Augusts. Pullman Buffet Sleeper New York to New Orleans, uniting ai Charlotte with Pullman 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. Sun set Personally Conducted Tourist Excursion Through Sleeper on this train every Wednesday to San Francisco without change. 4:01 P.M. -Local for Fiom Royal, Strasburg and Harrisonburg, dally, except Sunday. 4:51 P.M.-Dally.- Local for Charlottesville. 10:45 P.M. - Daily. - WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN VESTIBULED LIMITED, cum I pce-od of Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers, Diniug Cars j aud Day Coaches. Pullman Sleepers New \ork to | Nashville, Tenn., via Asheville. Kuoxville a*id Cliat tatooga; New York to Tampa, 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 OHIO DIVIS ION leave Washington 0:01 a.m. daily, 1:00 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. daily, except Sunday, and O.iHJ p.m. Sundays only for Round Hill; 4:32 p.m. dally, ex cept Sunday, for Leesburg, and 6 25 p.m. daily for Herndon. Returniug, arrive at Washington 8:26 a.m. and S:40 p.m. daily and 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 Suinlay, from Leesburg. In addition to above trains, all of which stop at Dunn-I^oring (army station), following trains let ve Washington for Dunn-Loring proper: 8:01 ! a.m.. 11:01 a.m. and 3:20 p.m. daily, and l:lo i p.m. Sundays ?nly. Returning, arrive at Wash- ! ington Io:2o a.m., 12:45 p.m. and 6:35 p.m. daily, ami 3:00 p.m. Sundays only. Through trains from the south*arrive at Washing ton 6:42 a.m. and 2:20 p.m. and 0:35 p.m. daily. Harrisonburg, 12:00 noon daily, except Sunday, and 9:35 p.m. daily and 8:30 a.m. dally 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 passen ger station. >? FIIANK S. GANNON* 3d Vice Prest. & Gen. Mgr. J. M. CCLP, TYaffic Miincer. W. A. TURK, Gen. Pass. Agent. L. S. BROWN. G-n. Agt. Pass. Dept. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. Schedule in effect June 12, 1898. Leave Wasnington from station, corner of New J?T>ey avenue and C street. For Chicago and Northwest, Vestibuled Limited trains, 11:05, 11.25 a.m., 8:05 p.m. For Cincinnati, St. I?uis and Indianapolis. Ex press. 11:25 a.m. Vestibuled Limited. 3:40 p.m.; j express, 11:55 p.m. For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express daily 11:05 a m. and S:50 p.m. For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit, 11:55 p.m. i For Winchester and points on Valley Branch, t0:0Q j and 111:25 a.m., t5:30 p.m. For New Orleans, Men-phis, Birmingham, Chal tanooga, Knoxvllle, Bristol and Roanoke, 10:45 p.m. daily, sleeping cars through. For Luray, 3:40 p m. daily. For Baltimore, week davs, 5:00, 6:30, x7:05, x7:10, x7:30, xK:00, 8:30, x0:30, xl0:00 a.m.; xl2:<>5 in.. 12:15. xl:15. x3:00. 3:20. x4:30. 4:35. x5:05, x5:10, x5:30, x6:20. 6:30, x8:00, 8:15, x0:00, xl0:00, 11:15, xll:5o p.m. aud xl2:01 night. Sun days, x7:05, x7:10. x7:H0, 8:30, x9:00 a.m., xl2:U5, 1:00, *1:15, x3:00, 8 20, 4:35 x5:05, x5:10, 6:80, x8:00, xl0:00, 11:15, xll:50 p.m., x12:01 night. For Annapolis, 7:lu a.m. and 5:30 p in. Sun days. 8:30 a.m. 4 35 p.m. For Frederick, week days, 9:00 a.m., 11:25, 4:30, 5:30 p.m. Sundays, 0 a m., 1:15 p.m. For Hagerstown, tll:05 a.m. and +5:30 p.m. For Boyd and way points, week days, 8:30 a.m., 4:30, 5:30, 7:05 p.m. Suidays, 9:00 a.m., 1:15, 7:05 p.m. For Galthersburg and way points, week days, 8:30 a.m., 12:50, 8:00, 4:33, 5:35. 7:05, 11:30 p.m. Sundays, 0 a.m., 1:15, 4:33, 7:05, 10:15 p.m. For Washington Junction ar.d way points, 8:00 a.m., 4:30, 5:30 p.m. week days; 9:00 a.m., 1:15 p.m. Sunday. ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. All trains illuminated with Pintsch light. For Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East, week day6, 7:05, 8:00, "10:00 a.m.; 12:05 p.m., 1:15 p.m. (all Dining Cars), 3:00 (5:05 Dinina Car), 8:00, 12:01 night (Sleeping Car oi?en at 10 o'clock). Sundays, 7:05, 9:00 a.m. (1:15 Dining Car), 3:00 (5:05 Dining Car), 8:00, 12:01 night (Sleeping Car open at 10 o'clock). Parlor Cars on til day trains. For Atlantic City, 10 a.m., 12:05 noon, 1:15 and 3:00 p.m. week days. For Capo Mar 12:05 noon. iExcept Suuday. xExpiesi trains. laggage called for and checked from hotels and residences by Union Transfer Company on orders left at ticket offices, 610 Pennsylvania avenue northwest; New York avenue and 15th street and at depot. WM. M. GREENE. D. B. MARTIN, General Manager. Mgr. Pass. Traffic. WASHINGTON. ALEXANDRIA AND 11T. VKR NU.\ RAILWAY. FROM STATION, 13W STREET AND PA. AVE. IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 14, 1897. For Alexandiia, week days, 6:30, 7:05, 7:S5 ex., 8:00, 8:30, 8.50, 10:00. 11:00, 11:45 A.M.; 12:03 ex., 12.20, 1:15, 1:45, 2:u5 ex., 2:40, 3:00 ex., 8:25, 3:59 ex., 4:15 ex., 4:5o. 5:u5, 5:20 ex., 5:40, 6:05 ex.. 6:30, 7:06, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:20, 11:59 P.M. For Alexandria, Sundays, 7:45, 8:45, 9:45, 10:30. 11:16 A.M.; 12:00 noon. 12:45, 1:30, 2:15, 3:00, 3:45, 4:30. 5:15, 0:%. 6.45, 7:80, 8:15, 9:00, 10:00, 11:20 P.M. For Mt. Vernon, week days. 6:80, 8:00, 10:00, 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 days 8:00, 8:50, 10:o0, 11:00 A.M.; 12:05, 12:20, 1:15, 2:05, 3:00, 3:25. 4:15, 5:2o, 6:05, 7:06, 8:00 P.M. For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge. Sundays, T:45, 8:45, 9:45, 10:30, 11:15 A.M.; 12:00 noon. lS;46, 1:80, 2:15, 8:00, 8:45. 4:80, 5:15, 0:00, 6:45, 7 AO. 8:16 fc.M. Parcel* carriM on all trains. Baggage checked. mj2 CHESAPEAKE AMD OHIO RAILWAY. THROUGH TUB GRANDEST SCLNKRY OF AMERICA. ALL TRAINS VESTIBULKU. ELECTRIC LIGHTED, STEAM HEATED. ALL MEALS SERVED IN DINING CAlia STATION.' SIXTH AND B STREETS. SSchedtle in effect May 1. 1H98. 2:20 P.M. DAILY?Cincinnati and St. Limit Spe cial.?Solid train for Cincinnati, Pullman Kleepera to Cincinnati, Lexington. Louisville, Indianapolis and St Louie without change. Connect, at Cov ington, V*., (or Virginia Hot Bprlngi dally. Parlor Car, CioflunuU to Uiicago. 11:10 P.M. DAILY-F. F. V. Limited?Solid train (or Cincinnati. Pullman Sleeper, to Cincinnati, Lexington and Louisville without change, open (or reception o( paasengsis at 9 p.m. Pullman Com partment Ga-- to Virginia Hot Swings, without change. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Ob servation car Hinton to Cincinnati. Connection dally. Sleep**n Cincinnati to Chicago and St. Loula. VJO P.M. DAILY-For Gordons, ilia, Charlottes ville, Staunton, and (or Richmond daily, except 10:57 AM.?Dally except Sunday.?Parlor W Washington to Rlchmoad. ud uAmT to OU Point. Arrive Richmond. I:is p.m.?Old Paint. 6:30 p.m. Transfer at Richmond. Reservation and tickets at Cb,sapeaks and Ohto . I NEW YORK POLITICS The Extra Session of the Legislature This Month. GOV. BUCK TO BE REB0MI81TEB An Election Law That Will Hurt Tammany. REPUBLICAN PROSPECTS Spccial Correspondence of The Evening Stnr. NE WYORK, June 80. 1?**. The extra session of the legislature of the state of New York will be called for a date between the Oth and 13th of July. While Governor Black has not indicated tihe exact day. it has practically been de cided to call the session upon the latter date. It is not believed the session will las?t longer than a week, so that the mem bers will be able to return to their mid summer political fence building. There is apparently nothing but harmony in the re publican party at this writing. There will lie no legislative party Jars and the leaders are busying themeolves with suggestions as to the date for the calling of the state convention and the arrangement of pre liminaries for the nomination of candi dates. From the best sources of information the date most generally mentioned is August 23. and the place Saratoga. This is an early date, but it is argued that the party is in such good shape that a lengthy cam paign is desired rather than dreadtd. It is known that the state administration favors such a campaign, and there is every reason, from a national standpoint, why the candidates should gather strength from the instant of their nomination until the votes are cast. The renomination of Gov ernor Black and of Lieutenant Governor Woodruff is almost an assured fact. No one who has followed political events with even a parsing care can now entertain any other idea. The only reason why the pres ent state officers, the controller, attorney general, secretary of state, state treasurer and state engineer and surveyor, will not be renominated is because they have held their places since 1894, and it is not deemed politic to have them succeed themselves during a multiplicity of terms. Republican Cimmrrcusmen. It is more than probable that, with pos sibly two exceptions, all the present repub lican congressmen will be renominated. One of these exceptions is Mr. Odell, the present chairman of the state committee. Apart from the fact that the repiesenta tive wing of the Capitol lias no charms for him, his new duties will absorb much of the time not demanded bv his private en terprises. There are some friends of Mr. Odell who intimate that his objection to service in the representative wing would not apply for service on the Senate side. Mr. Quigg may or may not consent to offer again. He has not decided. At present he is contemplating a trip to Carlsbad or Baden-Baden, to rid himse.f of rheumatic gout. If he desires a renomination ho will ! get it. With the exception of Mr. Odell, however, and the possible, though improb able, one of Mr. Quigg, all the present re- | publican congressmen will be renominated. This will be following out the traditions of the party always, while great national events are in progress, to return to Con- ! gress, for their completion, the men who aided In their conception. Xew Election Law. At the coming session of the legislature Governor Black's bill, which covers the taking of the soldiers' and sailors' vote, will be introduced. But the bill will go further than this, and extends a protection to the ballot in the state that will be par ticularly nauseating to the democrats in general and "Boss" Croker and his merry heelers In particular. There are features about the proposed election law. draughted under Governor Black's direction and prac tically accepted by the New York leaders, which are so drastic as to be sensational. It is true that the governor has refused to accede to the wishes of Senator Piatt in reference to the police board on the ground i that it would provoke hostile criticism. The governor's bill, nevertheless, goes as I far as the situation will permit. | What the tigers will ho*'l over the loud est Is that feature of the blli which will permit of the appointment in each election district of the state of deputies, armed with absolute and dictatorial powers. These deputies will be appointed to purify the elections. They are to look up the reg istered voters and to prevent fraudulent registration. To these deputies will be given full police powers. They will be en titled to see all reco *ds rnd examine elec tion books. If anj' kiersoi Interferes with them he will be guilty of felony. 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IF YOC WANT A BICYCLE OF BUST 8TANT> ard make and latest design at a great bargain call and are lie. as we bare from 60 to 78 'US and '97 sllgbtljr damaged by sand and mortar; so will close tbem oat under cost; all repairs skillfully performed: single-tube tires put on, fl.SO. Je30-13t' NEW YORK CYCLE CO.. 434 #tb n.w. CHIROPODISTS Corns and Bunions Instantly Relieved. Prof. J. J. Georges & Son, 1115 Pa. a vs. Next to Ralrfgb Hotel. Hoars, 8 to 6. apfT4-tf DENTISTRY. Uncle Sam's Teeth Extracted Free. Xbat la. If any man la active military or anal aarrtea baa the toothache be can bare It stopped without charge at The Evans Dental Parlors, JHMM4 ia? V R. N.W. iny28-8tf prevent police Inttrff.'iw*. The bill, as draughted and approved, prohibit* any po lice officer from going int i polling Dltices to Interfere with eWctlons In ar.y manner If he does so he ah.ill l>e dlsmis- 1 frojn the force and. upon conviction, shall l>o sentenced to the petuteniiu.-y. This a hard rap at the police assistance usually given Tammany. A State rflmmlaalnn. <"nder the provision of the bill ?.s no?r prepared the police commission provision* in the Greater New York < barter will not be charged, and the mayor will retain hla appointing power, so that he will I* able to appoint the fourth comm'ssioner any time it please* him to do so. Thi* bill, which In Its failure to reorganize th.- poll-e hoard 1* satisfactory to the organization, because, as Senator Piatt *a;d. they coul 1 not get the measure they wish. d to punish Tammany Hall and Mayor Van Wvck, takes away from the governi? nis of all the cities of the state any connection with the election work This avoids ihe neces sity of submitting the law to th.- Greater New York and relieve* the secretary of state and the municipal assembly of New York from participating In th? working of the election machinery. The state is put In control through the operation of a state commission, to be appointed by the govern or upon the recommendation ? f the chair men cf the executive committees of th* two political organisation* casting the high est number of votes If the political par ties do not recommend any names the gov ernor appoint* all. The "term of ..fflre Is five years and the salary Thi* com mission appoints a superintendent with a salary of J*I,( K M. who serves during (T-hmI l?e havlor. He is the secretary an! executive officer of the commission. If the commis sion cannot agree on a superintendent the governor casts the d<-ci<lin? vote. Th.' com mission is to make all the announcements In relation to elections, prepare all the forms of books and ballots, canvas tho votes and is custodian of records. The commission is also empowered In time of war to act as a registry and can vassing board, to enable all m. n In actual military service to vote. Th. r headquar ters she.ll be in Albany. The state superin tendent of elections is clothed with police powers. The state commission Is to ap point county commissioners recommended by the two political organizations, to con duct all .lection* in their respective coun- ' ties under directions of the state commls , ?f,y are to serve at a salarv of I.?.<*SI In Kings. New York and Brie coun ties; in Richmond and Queen's, and In other counties at salaries to be fixed by the supervisors. ? ??llglaK Huuae Report*. The lodging .houses, where colonization Is usually bred, are reached by a provision of the law which compels the proprietors to submit a sworn statement to the board of county commissioners, every Jay for the thirty days preceding election of the in mates of their lodging houses and during that time the deputies are authorized to make dally investigations of the lodging houses. The penalty for a failure to report is a line of from ?1<I to $lt?i f.,r ,-ach of fense. All of the election officers, canvas sers ballot clerk*, etc.. are to b<- appointed by the count}' commissioners. upon the rec ommendation cf tlie chairman of the ex ecutive committees of the tw?. political or ganizations casting the highest number of votes. The rest of the bill i* a re-enact ment of the existing election law. to which the above provisions are added a-s amend course, the various sections have had the necessary verbal alterations made to make them conform to the county idea, but their effect is the same. It Is possible that some suggestions made by the party leaders In the state may yet be" adopted to modify some of the provisions so as to re duce the cost of the new scheme. This will be decided upon in a few days. A Hard Morsel for Taiunmny. Taken all In all it is a hard morsel for Tammany's digestion. It was freely stated today that the bill. If enacted, would en able the democrats to beat Black. Of course, these statements came from the democrats. They talk loudly about the re sentment the people have always shown at "interference" with the elections and call attention to the possibility that, as the op position to federal interference with state elections cost the republicans the presU dency. not so many years ago, state Inter ference with local elections may prove equally disastrous. These critics of the governor's policy say that, according to the provisions of the bill, the republican party will have the power of appointing several thousand heelers with despotic powers? namely, ll/tiu In Greater New York alone? and that many of the men who will accept such appointments will be more than mor tal if they do not take advantage of their position and their powers. Oa the other band, the republicans are hot for tho bill. The coming election con test will be a hard-fought one. The repub* lican party, they say. must at least have a. "square deal" at the polls. W. 11. U. DBPEW TO REPIHUCAXS. Ills Word* at a I nique Keocptlou Tea* dered Illm In Xcw lork. Chauncey M. Depew returned to New Y'ork city from Europe yesterday and was ! tendered a reception last night at the Re [ publican Club, of which he was presi dent. at which over 3tKj were present. Spe cial Invitations had been suit to President McKinley. Vice President Hotiart, Gen. Stewart L. Woodford, the representative republicans o| both houses or Congress, and also to Gov. Black and the republicans of the state legislature. In the main parlor, where Chairman John Sabine Smith introduced the guests, Dr. Depew stood under a canopy of palms and ferns, through which electric lighti. of red. white and blue shone. When Dr. Depew ei tered the band struck up "Hall to the Chief." Dr. Depew, after expressing his gratification for what he termed a unique reception tendered liim, said, in part: "The French, Austrians, Italians and Russians regard our war as a move for the acquisition of territorial possessions. They make little of our army aud navy, but the victory of Dewey at Manila and the heroism of Hobson in Santiago harbor have done more to stem the tide of criticism against us than could possibly be done by any diplomat. The French press Is op posed to us, and the Figaro has a column attack on us every day." Dr. Depew spoke in words of praise of M. Har.otaux, the French minister of for eign affairs. He told the press of France that America had as much right to go to Cuba as had Lafayette when he came to America. He said that Germany was look ing on us with a "critical eye," and that the Austrian, Kussian and Italian govern ments were not at all likely to interfere in the present crisis, because, he said. Great Britain, with her powerful fleet, tells them to stand aside and let America tight is out, because America Is right. Dr. Depew spoke strongly in favor of the proposed Anglo-Saxon alliance, citing the speeches of Chamberlain, Ourzon and other members in English parliamentary life on the subject. Speaking of territorial ac quisition, Dr. Depew said: "Now that you have got the appetite you can't get over It, and you will keep on as long as there Is anything to take. There Is a colonial-possessing desire and no power can stop it. Though we have entered uj?jn It in haste and without preparation we w ill uphold it with the strong arm of the mili tary and navy." Much enthusl?sm was manifested during Dr. Depew's speech and he was frequently Interrupted by hearty bursts of applause. CAJT. CABrUB'S CASH. Review, KindiuK* and Sentence Sub mitted to tiea. Milea. Judge Advocate General Lleber has com* pleted his review of the proceedings, find ings and sentence of the general court* martial in the case of Captain O. M. Cartel corps of engineers, and has submitted all the papers in conncctlon therewith. In* eluding- his own report, to General Miles, commanding the army, for tranamlssion to the Secretary of War. Captain Carter was charged with various Infractions of th% army refutations In connection with the river and harbor works in the vicinity of Savannah, Ga., involving tho disbursement of several million dollars. Various reports have been circulated and published as to thi sentence of the court, widely ranging from acquittal to conviq* tlon. with various grades of punishment, running from suspension from duty to lm* prisonment for a long term. In accordance with the unvarying rule of the military service the officials of tha War Department have consistently dtclined to tire any offl? clal Information In regard to the flndtnga or sentence of the court in advance of fln?* action on the ocae. . >V i If you wantanythlng, try an ad. in Tb? Wbody has what you wish, yoft will get an answer. ' '