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Summer Resort circulars, coo. ? cnlently aiTOOfled mnd Indexed. may be hod ot The Star Office. Also Informotloo coocernlofl tummer travel ? ;????? SUMMER RESORTS. NEW JEBSEY. atlamtic city. THE SAN MARCOS, Neat IlMfh, Pacific and MaasachnMtta ave?. Hlfb-clasa family hotel; cm^ctty. BCO. f^n io the air on all sides; extensive P"^a lawns. bal^ contee an<l aun parlors overlooking OCMD. make special rat* for large *?i So and unsurpassed culalne: $i to $10 w J' UP dally. Elevator. batLa and v&ilenee. Booklet and further partlcular.^maned; U HOTEL HENLOPEN, On Boardwalk, every mom h?v,n? Capacity. ??'. Sea food, freah vegetables irun, fluent liathlng on the coast. Rates ' Del Jyll 2fit,6 BURTON A ROCK. Rehobotb. Pel. THE ALBEMARLE ?V"h and plera. Tbla elegant modern hotel, new thnmg out, eajmclty, 400, offera special rates for July. $?. $10. $12 SO weekly; Saturday to Monday, $3^50: alto seasoD and family rates for large cool front rooroe ruanv with bath. All metal beAa, Ac.; 4,000 ft. of porch*; auperlor table. Booklet HOTEL STICKNEY, Removed to New York ave. and Beach. grooms, many en aulte, with private hatha. Large lawn. $2 00 to $3.00 per day, $10.00 to *l5?'~..$?rN gy Jel0-32t,5 M BELL. L. \. STICKM" "The New Hotel Imperial, Maryland ave. and Beach. Remodeled. New eieTator. New private and public bath An up to-date family hotel, with hTL^l?0to good table and aervlce. $2 to $3.50 P?rJ*?7)fuCK $18 per week. <Je9-78t-7) 1. Q. KENDRJLK.. THE HOWARD, Tenneaaee ave., close to Beach. Strictly ? tfl",Afrate; "?me SCHNEIDER. uuuj2)iyJl8l OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. Long-distance Bell telephone In every "J?"- . . Running Ice water in moat rooms wuffMtX*D water from private artealan well, 850 feet aeep, VrfHt'-lO '"j'M SiSS * SONS, Propra. Hotel Seaforight, Rhode laland ave. Second house ftom ^ach.__ Hlgh-claas service and cuisine. Refined J?catl<m and patronage. Booklet. O. C. MILLER- jy*-26to HOTEL RICHMOND, Facing the Beach?Kentucky are. Elevator; table and service " <"?;fBcomfort: term*re *m? H: s^onW_ " THE LAWRENCE. Ocean end Maryland are. Convenient to plers and .I'damusement,.^,Per day LI?9 * HOTEL SHOREHAM. Ocean end Virginia are. Unobatrnetid view from every room. Mocern high-class hotel. Capacity 300. Elevatorto street. Frivate hatha. Telephone in every room, etc. Tableland aervlce unexcelled. HOTLL CIIA M PLA IN E K ENTU CKY AV near the Beach, Atlantic City. N. J. Bate* $? to $3 per day; from $10 np a week. Elevator to atreet level. A special season rate A HOW ?LL, Proprietor. Jennie Smith. R. R. Evangel latTVl'l ?<?Py <*>????- J.V3-261-6 ATLANTIC HOTEL AND ROOMING AOENCT Can place you in any hotel at lowest ratea see that patrons bave the beat rooms. ratea at S10 $12, $14. You cannot get same for $15, $18 or $20. Boarding houae for $6 up w,rd- Office. 1711 Pacific ave. Philadelphia offlce. 2T Bo. 16th at. jy2-2flt-8 -The Salt Breath of the Sea Brings Health." QALEN HALL, ATLANTIC COT. N. I. anil D*^legaut "n" e"e? foVture^Phy'.lcU "a "and rst.Vs.ru^Esa.'ssj? ars TOrNG. Gen. Mgr. Ct "? |JI-? Pacific above Michigan avt. INCW AlUine, Two minutea from Reading $1 TO $2 PER DAT. Depot and Boardwalk. my2-78t,4 Directly on the Ocean Front Flneat location. New and atrictly high-clan. Sea water in all batha. Running water In room*. Special July ratea. Booklet. Coach meets trains. je2 3M 10 N. J. COLLINS. HOTEL CEDARCROFT Ocean end 8outh Carolina ave. fnder new management. All modern appolnt menta, including elevator from atreet level. Spe CltiEOKUE H. CORYELL, formerly of the Bleak House; E. B. W ATKINS, formerly of the Mt. Vernon. Jy2-2dt,10_ BERKSHIRE INN, Virginia Avenue and Beach. Large, cool rooma; $10.00, $12.50. $15.00 weekly; $2.00 to $3.00 dally, Unobt true ted view; elevator; hatha; large porches and halla. Capacity, 300. 100 yarda from New Steel Pier and Boardwalk. Table tht O^J. E. DICKINSON. " HOTEL YARMOUTH. On the 0<*ean front and connected with the Boardwalk. New and modern. Capacity, 850. By ery room baa full ocean view. Elevator; private bathe; extenalve porchea. Excellence In table and service. Special terms for July. Write for booklet. rnyso-aars stf.hle brqs. THE ORIOLE, 2120 Taclflc ave. Terms, $1.26 to $1.50 per day; $T to $8 per week. Mrs. O. T. BCZBY of Balto.. Prop. )e80-52t-4 Hotel New England, j?i,h.*ec'.E Beach. Flneat Vocation. Modern, hlgh-claaa capacity. 850. Rooma en aulte with private bat*. Elevator. Ac. Excellent culalne. For booklett. ?c.t ?ee Foater. 1333 Penna. ave. my30 38t-7 BRYAN A WILLIAMS. NEW CLARION. Kentucky ave.. 100 yarda from Ocean. New and modern throughout. All convenience: batha etc. BpUial. $10 up weekly: $2 up daily. 6ee F^STBtt, 1333 Penna. ave., for Information. 3e2T-^ot-n THE ARLINGTON, Michigan ava. and Beach Atlantic City. Ocean View, new throughout, with every appointment In cluding elevator, extensive aun parlors, ateam #??, private batha. etc.; crchMtra. Special. $2 to M 5+ W 7? *lT Booklet. L. K. KUN8. The New Hotel Rio Grande, New York aie. and the Beach. Conceded to be the beat cona true ted and in oat modern hotel In Atlantic City. Abaolutely Are proof. Running water In every iwom. Sea water batha; elevator; magnificent exchange opening to "jSftst I"0 OC"? T,e^.rTftLMKlLPA?R^ HOTEL JACKSON, Directly on the Beach. Virginia ave. and Steel Pic.*, Atlantic City, N. J. Abaolutely new and fireproof. Built of brlca, atone and steel. SO rooms with bath. 8oecl.il rates. $12 80 per week w>. American plan. Write f?ap2ft-78t-0 JOHN CRCSE. Tl.I anilinrn Md- ne,r Buardwalh. IIOICI LaniDOrn, UQe block from mpel Pier. A first-class bouse, with every modern Improve ment. Under supervision of )e2? 281 B A. LAM BORN * fQ. brick BOSCOBEL Completely remodeled and enlarged. Every known comfort and luxury. Illustrated Booklet mailed oa application. Rooma an aulte with bath. Elevator to atreet levaL A. X. MARION. Je23 2?tA THE GLENDALE, *>?&' from Boardwalk. Baa rooms with or without bath; also guaranteed culalna. Sataa, $12 to $? weekly. ie22 20t,S L. V. BLRCH. SUMMER BESOBTS. NEW JERSEY. ATLANTIC CITT. Young's Hot?! ATLANTIC OTT. N. J. Absolutely fireproof. Mo wood and In Its cot Itractlon. European plan. Open all the year. The only absolutely fireproof hotel In Atlantic City. Faring the Ocean, directly on the famous Boardwalk, near Young's Pier. 260 rotrna, 120 private batha, with hot and cold aalt and freab water. Pure drinking water from our own Arte alan well. Reataurant rqual to any In New Tort. JAMES R. KEEN"AN, Propr. Alio HOTEL GORDON, Washington. )e20-36t THE HOLMHURST, Pennsylrsnla are., cloee to Beach. Boardwalk and Plera. Embodying every appointment of a hlgh claaa modern hotel, with homelike comfort. Eleva tor, baths, excellence of cuisine and service. Open all year. (Je23-26t-7) HENRY DARNELL. THE CLIFTON?CORNER ATLANTIC AND Con necticut ares.; newly renovated and refurnished. I1.2S up dally, $7 to $12 weekly. Family bouse, with home comforts. C. A. SHAW. Ie22-52t.4 THE ACME, Beach end of Kentucky are. Newly renovated, with all modern Improvements. Special rates. Je3Q-26t-4 Mrs. O. W. 8TODDARD. The Most Attractive and Popular Hotel for Wash Inrtonlans. HOTEL BORTON. Ocean end Tennessee ave. Moderate prices. Write for iKioklet. Uy2-26t-?) E. B. VOORHEES. ROYAL PALACE, Atlantic City, N. J. Occupies entire block on ocean front. In coolest snd most picturesque location In Atlantic City. Now open. 400 ocean-view rooms, ISO private baths. Flemish cafe, orchestra, and cuisine of unusual excellence. jelO-m.w.f&s 26t-l? F. N. PIKE. Propr. The St. Charles. Directly on the Ocean Front. Open throughout the year. Sea water In all baths. Inter-commnnicstlng long-distance telephone In moms, en suite, with bsths. Golf* privileges. Information and booklets, IS33 Pa ave., Washington.D.C. NEWUX HAINES. Jel7 26t-9 NEW BRADY HOUSE. South Arkansas ave., near Beach. Choice rooms. Mod. rates, $8 to $10 per week; $1.25 up. Booklet. Jel 62t 4 JAMES BRADY. GADSBY HOUSE?CONNECTICUT AVE. AND Beach. Open all year. All conveniences. $8 to (10 weekly. je22-26t.4 J. W. GADSBY. THE FRONTENAC. A new hotel as good as the best; Kentucky are., 100 yards from Beach. Center of all attractions; capacity, 250; offers special terms during July for large ocean rooms, with excellent cuisine; $8 and $10 weekly, $1.60 up dally. Elevator, baths, metal beds, &c.; spacious porches, overlooking ocean and Boardwalk. Booklet mailed. np30-78t-10 Mra. II. Y. MOYER. Hotel Iroquois, South Carolina ave. snd the Beach; best and cen trsl location; modern high-class hotel; capacity of 400. Every convenience and comfort. Special rates of $10 to $17.50 weekly, $2.50 np dally. Rooms en suite with bath; elevator; fine porches, etc. Booklet. Je22 26t,10 W. F. SHAW. Hotel Ponce de Leon. Virginia Ave. and tbe Beach. Unexcelled hotel. Unsurpassed location. Capacity, POO. Elevator, baths, etc. Rooms en suite. Fine porches. Special rates, $10 to (IB weekly; $2 and up dally, booklet. W. F. SHAW. mbl4-104t,7 COOLEST HOTEL IN ATI,ANTIC CITY. THE KITTEN HOUSE. nil ocean view. Strictly high-class; every inx my and comfort; table equal to any hotel In Amer ica. Special low rates. Managed by owner. mh211Q4t-a H. G HALLINQER. HOTEL ATGLEN. Michigan ave. near Beach. High-class family hotel. (8 to 110 weekly. my21 -52t-4 J. E. REEP. Thp nraitiA 0n ti,e beach. 1 11>C ^urdllic, 8T CHARLES PLACE. Fresh and sea-water batbs. Elevator. Special rates. SAM'L WAGNER A SON. fe!8-180t-4 The Shelburoe, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Directly on the ocean front. L?rge, snnny rooms, en suite, with bath, overlooking the sea. Full southern exposure. Sun parlors on every floor, facing ocean and boardwalk. Booklet mailed on application. B. E. R. RAMSEY. ap20-78t-10 S ft Pnniainp Ocean end Kentucky ave. I UL1 lit! SIC, Rpflned and homelike. Excellent table. Reasonable rates. lel? 28t-4 R. B PARKER. MAGNIFICENT NEW HOTEL AQNEW, Adjoining Boardwalk. Capacity, 000. Special?*1? up weekly; $2 50 dally; $5 over Sunday, Including aea-water batha, swimming plunges. Orchestra, automobile. Booklet. A. C. MITCHELL A CO. ap20-78t-10 THE SAVOY, Directly on tbe Beach at Belmont ave. Hot and cold running water In all rooms. Salt water In all baths. Elevator to atreet. Booklet mailed. Miss S. M. HANLEY. mj20 B2t.T HOTEL RALEIGH, St. Charles Place and the Beach. Capacity, 400. Is offering specially low terms to July IS and also season rates. This hotel Is new and elegant, and with Its equipment, table and service is unexcelled; contains large guest cham bers, single or en suite, with private bath, eleva tor, Ac., and enjovs the best location. Booklet mailed. (Jel7 26t-10) C. C. 8HINN. Grand Atlantic Hotel, Virginia ave. and the Beach. Atlantic City, N.J. Open all the year. Hot and cold aea water baths. 860 of the largest and most handaomsly furnished front rooms In the city. 100 rooms wltn bath. Southern exposure. Magnificent sun par lors. Orchestra. Terms; American plan, $1200 and (IS per week, *2.50 by the day up. European plan. $1.50 per day. Fine cafe attached. Tbe table snd service are not surpassed. Coaches meet ail tralna. Write for booklet. CHARLE8 E COPE. spl0-78t-18 HOTEL SCARBOROUGH, Beach Front and Maryland ?Te., Atlantic City. 100 ocean-front rooms, many with private bath. Elevator, electric lights and every convenience of a modern flrst-class hotel. Special weekly rates. 112.50 up. Splendid suites for families and for the season at moderate ratea. illustrated booklet Coach with porter meets all Penna trains mylfl-S2t-10 ALFRED WYMAN. HOTEL STRAND. The. Strand is s new, modern. Are-proof hotel, overlooking the world-famed Boardwalk and ocean. Centrally located. Pure water from our own artesian well. Sea water batha. Booklet. Ac at 1333 Pa av D. C. FAIRBAIRN * WILLIAMS." lpl?*T8t,7 rtiller Cottage, ^.i^UE: electric lights. Capacity, 250. $1.28 daily: *7, 98 weekly. Ue8-52t-4) Mra. I. H. MILLER. SILVERSIDE ollna ave.. between the I piers; large airy rooms; table and service unsur passed; 18 to $12 weekly. A. H. HURFF. le?-52t-4 THE BREXTON * Near the Beach. Special rates. Elevator to street level. feS-logt-4 J._A, MYERS. HOTEL TRAYHORE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Remains open throughout the yesr. Every known comfort and convenience. Golf privileges. Banning water in bed rooms. TRAYMORE HOTEL CO.. mh3-120t 9 D 8. WHITE. President. Haddoira Hall, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. This well-known hotel remains open throngbout the year. Golf. Yachting. Driving. Riding. The ever-famous Boardwalk, etc. Illustrated Booklet. apao-tf.lQ LEEDS A LIPPINOOTT. AI.I.KNULHST. The Curlew and Cottages, ALLENHURST, N. J. NOW OPEN. Near ocean, lake; golf links; modern appointments. Write for booklet. ARTHUR B. HAMMOND. m)2l-th.sAtu-20t-S BKLMAR. COLORADO ? ATLANTIC. Capacity. 500. BELMAR, N. J. Two entire squares, facing ocean. Refined fam ily patronage. Highest standard. Least money. jelfl-26t-0 Management of W. B. DURYKA. MELROSE INN?On the Beach, Belmar, N. J. Open from May to October. Booklet on application. A. HAVERSTICK. Je30 tu,thAs-14t* Belmar, N. J. Hotel Columbia. Direct Ocean Front. Descriptive booklet sad diagram on application, my 18-s,tn,th,24t-10 U. UNDBAY. StTMMEB RE80BT& HT5W JBB8ET. ASBIJRT PARK. MOSS BIDE VILLA. Asbor7 Park, N. J.. Tth are., near Beach. Jy7-28t-4 A modern, high-grade ixmae. Sin. 8. F. BAVIDGR. Hotel Brunswick, A8BDBT PARK. N. I. Directly on the Beub. The leading hotel in eietj res pec t NOW OPEN. fr30-26t-10 MORGAN A PAB80N3. THE BSRWIN, ASBURY PARK. N. 3. Absolutely flrat-claaa and modern throughout; ele rator to atreet levaL B. BAKER BROOKS. Jel?-26t.S HOTEL CLARENDON. "Tbe maximum of enjoyment at minimum coat." Everything first-class. Evening dinners. Mnaie dally. Bookieta. A. R. PINNEY, Owner and Prop. jeS^Ot-6 HOTEL MARLBOROUGH, ASBURY PARK. N. J. Enlarjred and beautiful. Corner location. Balte# wltb private hatha and 'pbonea. Superior culalne. Je20-s.tn*tb-28t-? A. M. BEX TON, Prop. HOTEL ALBION, ASBURY PARK. N.J.?Delightfully altuated, BO yard* frum beach. Wide plassas. Table unsur passed. Second and Ocean area. Mra. W. W. REID. )e20-s,tu*th-18t-B The Hollywood, T?<KJ5K*ii? 1st are. near ocean. Music; evening dlnnera; new management. T. D. BLOAT, Prop. jel8-th.s&tu-13t-4 THE WILLARD, Second Are., 1% blocks from Ocean. Capacity, 100. Booklet. jelO-tu.thAs13t-B A. r. NEWKIRK. THE FENIMORE. Now open. Block from Beach. Capacity, 900. 8pec!al June rates. THOS. NOBLE. Jel6-tu,tb,s,26t-4 THE SURF HOUSE, lit arc.: 50 yard* to Ocean. Capacity, lfiO. Re furnished, redecorated. Booklet. E. A. MARTIN. Jel0-tu,th&a-26t-4 ST. CHARLES. Bhort block from beach; all outalde rooms; music; eveni uk dinners. Q. D. SCHANCK. fr27-tu,th&s-13t-4 The Lead ley, Fourth Art., one block from Oceaa. Twtnty-thlrd season. Now open. my23-s,tu Ath-26t-S PROBST & LEADLEY. New House. |~fl (OlT?-? fl Sun Parlor. Private Baths. I 1V? I L.IU Electric Lights. SAINT JAMES, ASBURY PARK, N. J. Evening Dinners. Booklet. F. W. BOCK, Pr#p. myl6-s,tu.th.2Gt-6 VICTORIA HOTEL, Sd and Ocssn Ares., Asbury Park, N. 1. Open May 2. Sun parlor*. Steam heat. Ocean views. Address S. KKMPE. sp2B-s,tu*th-B2t-B THOROUGHLY MODERN AND SELECT. THE LAFAYETTE ASBURY PARK, N. J. Capacltr, S00; orchestra; elevators; special seaaon rates. Illustrated booklet. WRIGHT & FROST. Je6-s,tu.th-26t.7 WEST END HOTEL. Moat charming location in Asbury Park. Modern, select family hotel. Central to every attraction. EVENING DINNERS. Please address FRANK O. TEN BROECK* Jeg-tu.th.s,26t-7 THE MADISON, Asbury Park, N. J. Now open. Unobstructed ?lews of ocean and Sunset lake. Modern. Superior cuisine. J. K. DODMAN. Je4-th,sAtu 26t-fl flil n ASBURY PARK, N. J. OrENS JUNE 20. A WHOLE SQUARE ON THE OCEAN. NEW SUITES WITH PRIVATE BATH. Illustrated Booklet. FRANK B. CONOVER. Je2-tu.thic*-26t-8 The Nauman Near beach; excellent table; transient and seaaon rates; write for terms and booklet. 3y2-th,s&tu-13t-4 THE WYOMING, places of interest. Terms reasonable. A special rate for month of June. S. M. McCARTENEY. my80-s&w-18t,4 " BEACH UAVEM. ? BEACH HAVEN, N. J. Now open. Under management of owner. Estste of Chaa. T. Parry. The largest and moat modern hotel in Beach Haven. Rooms, with outdoor aporta. Send for booklet. Beach Haren la unequaled for flahing. sailing and bathing. myl5^i2t.l0 BRIGANTINE SEACH. HOLLAND HOUSE. By the breakers. Rescbed from Philadelphia In BO minutes by Reading railway; from Atlantic City in SO mlnutea by Brig. Transportation Co. Modern equipment; good bathing, fishing, sailing. Booklet. jeSS tu.thAa-12t-T Q. W. HOLMAN, Jr., Mgr. CAPE MAT. MmcQrrl Large, airy rooms; 2 windows In a * " > room; 2 mlnutea from P. R. R. and Beach. Je27-28t S. C. HENRY. Prop. HOTEL LAFAYETTE. 18th year under aame management; fronting di rectly on the ocean; all modern lmprorementa; rooms en suite, with private baths. jyg-tf.B JOHN TRACY A CO. THE MARCY. Two minutes from beach and station. Thor oughly renovated. Unobstructed view of ocean. )e26-26t.4 Mrs. H. B. MARCY. THE ALDINE. Decatur st. First house from beach. Cuisine excellent. Long distance 'phone 22-Y. For par ticulars apply to THBO. MUELLER. je20-S2t-4 The Colonial. Ocean end of Ocean at. Unobstructed rlew. Pri vate baths. Rooms en suite. WM. H. CHURCH. jeP-62t,4 THE STOCKTON HOTEL, Cape May, N. J. $20,000 spent In Improvements. For Information and rates addreea H. M. CAKE, je4-tf-S Stockton Hotel. Caps Msy. N. J. Congress Hall, low open. R. HALPUf. The Windsor, Now OBen mj29-62t-? CAPK MAY POINT. CARLETON HOTEL, CAPE MAY POINT, N. J. Directly on the besch; sccommodatlona for 400; orchestra; One table; bathing; $7 to |12 per week; Bell telephone. KELLY * WEAVER. )e23-62t,4 CAPE HOUSE, CAPE MAY POINT, N. J. Acknowledged the leading family house; 10 yean nnder one management. Open until October. For Information addreaa M. H. KROMER. Je4-th,sAtu-30t-4 OCEAN GROVE. SEA SIDE HOTEL, OCEAN GROVE N. J. The lsrgest and leading hotel on the ocean front. All gueat rooms overlooking tbe ocean. Booklet. )elO-88M? A. H. STOCKTON. Prop. The Summerfield ocean. OCEAN DROVE. N. J. Hotel stage at trains. Booklets. F. 8. HAYNES. )e!5-28t-4 THE METROPOLITAN. Delightful location; bathing, fishing, boating, ten nia; ocean, lake; large, breesy rooms; excellent ta ble; >C to w until Jul) 16. Je*tu,th.a-28t.4 THE ALASKA. Greatly enlarged; ocean Tlewa: modern through out; sea-water baths In house. N. H. KILMER. Je6-s.tuAth-26t-4 THE MAJESTIC, Directly on the ocean front. Cspaclty. 180. Je6-s.tu&th-2flt-4 CLEMENT & CLEMENT. New Philadelphia, Unobstructed view of ocean and auditorium. Broad verandas, overlooking sea. Mrs. C. A. COX. ia> 30- s. tu. th-26t,49 The Spray View, Directly on ocean front, facing three avenues. Un obstructed ocean view. Accommodates 1(0. Send for booklet. JOSEPH WHITE. my30-s,tu,th-26t,B The Chalfonte, SSSVe. n. j. Directly on ocesn front. Open all rear. Beat aanltatlon. Flneat culalne. 8. W. EHlJtRS myl8-e.tuAth-KK-4 THE CLARENDON, Auditorium Square?2 blocks from Beach. Booklet. leIO-tu.thAa-18t-4 Mrs. WM. MOBAN. THE ARLINGTON, Ocean Grove, N.J.; the leading hotel; modern ap pointments; high-grade family boose; capacity SOU; booklet. A H. MILLAR, Prop. Je9tu,th,e-J#t^ STTMMB& EESORTS. IHFQRMjTloif BPRKAP. INFORMATION BUREAU. FOR PEB?Ofl|\L INFORMATION and complete descriptive printed matter of these or any other resorts and how to reach them easily* LAKE CHAW PLAIT? I HOTEL CHAMPLjUN. BERKSHIRE HILLS: THE MAPLEWOOD. PlitafleM, Maas. VERMONT: THE MONTVERT, Mlddletown Spca. HUDSON RIVERi ? PROSPECT PARK HOTEL, OatakUl, N. T. THE CHESTNUTS, Blrerdale, N. X. THE ADIRONDACK8: THE AMPERSAND. Saranac Lake. THE RU1SSEAUMONT. Lake Placid. THE WAWBEEK, Wawbeek. THE CHILD WOLD, Lake Maaaawepte. NARItAGANSETT PIER: THE NEW MATHEWSON. THE IMPERIAL. THE GLADSTONE. ATLANTIC CITY: HOTEL DENNIS. THE ST. CHARLES. OALEN HALL. THE 8HELBURNE. HOTEL STRAND. THE WILTSHIRE. THE NEW CAMBLOS. THE GRAND ATLANTIC. THE CHETWOODK. THE NEW CLARION. HOTEL BEAUMONT. HOTEL NEW ENGLAND. HOTEL RITTENHOUSE. ASBURY PARK: THE BURRINGTON. WHITE MOUNTAINS: THE MT. WASHINGTON. THE MT. PLEASANT. FABYAN'S. CRAWFORD HOUSE. TWIN MT. HOUSE. THE BALAAMS. SWAMPSCOTT, MASS.: THE NEW OCEAN HOUSE. TORK HARBOR. ME.: PASACONAWAY INN. NEW BRUNSWICK: THE ALGONQUIN. GLEN WOOD SPRINGS, COLa HOTEL COLORADO. DANSV1LLE, N. Y.: THE JACKSON SANATORIUM. BATTLE CREEK. MICH.: THE SANITARIUM. VIRGINIA: THE MECKLENBURG, Chase City. THE NEW HOMESTEAD, Hot Springs. MANSION INN, LURAY. THE CHAMBERLIN, J nl, ? .?t THE SHERWOOD, J OW Po,nt Comfort. THE WARWICK, Newport News. NORTH CAROLINA MTS.: THE BATTERY PARK. 1 KENILWORTH INN. J Aahevllle. THE MANOR. J THE MOUNTAIN PARK, Hot Spring*. THE FAIRFIELD INN, ") THE FRANKLIN. I The Sapphire SAPPHIRE INN, f Country. MOUNTAIN LODGE, J OAK HALL. Tryon. THE HOTEL MONTREAT, Montreat. A wide range of rates according to accommodations desired. Ask questions freely at the Standard Guide Information Bureau, 1333 Penn. Ave., next block below Willard's Hotel. No fees asked or accepted ever. NEW JERSEY. SEA GIRT. Parker House, Ocean front; reduced rate* for Jsir; modern; Hi table and aervlce. lira. THOS. DEVLIN. niy26-tu,th.a-26t.< SPRING LAKE. Hotel Ruskih, Moat beautiful resort on the New Jersey coaet. Je30-tu,th&s-20t-4 JOHN H. RISDON. WiHburton=by?the-Sea, Directly on Ocean. Hot and cold aca-water bathe; elevator. B. K. LETCHWORTH. Jel6-62t* W1LUWOOP. THE SHELDON ON ^io^0a Wlldwood'a neweat hotel. Elorator, ?1m?J llglita, bella and telephone on every floor. ROOMtS 8INgLe AND EN SUITE. WITH BATHS. je6-52t-fl PKNNOCK * ANTRIM. CANADA. The Columbia NO^K^OOTkA Seashore and country. Boating, bathing and flahlng. 3G8 Islands; good roads; dally mall; modoat rates! plenty trout, salmon, lobsters, chlckena and fruit. Clrculara and PATBON8' OPINIONS on ra?aaaU Je2-tn,thAa-tf-fl MASSACHUSETTS. "RIGHT ON TITE OCEAN." Near entrance to Boaton Harbor, la the NAUTILUS INN, A select family resort at. moderate rate*. Open early In June. For terms, etc., address B. WIL LARD FROST. Proprietor, Allerton, Baas. my23-s.t,th.26t*.7 ?' NEW YORK. OTEL HAMPLAIN BLUFF POINT, N. Y. Gm4 Ftsklog, idssl b?st is| and trerit-i amll? tnmHslH> mg,M.T. on above of Uts( IUIb KaaDehwrst HadaooBB. Sopor* view* of Graaa ami Adirondack Hons. Ulna. Csnlar af \a Task Send far tllastrated keek. E. L. Brews, Mgr., Hetel Ckaaiplala, BlaH Pel at, N. V. HORLEY'5. In tin heart of the Adirondack*. Two largo Hotela and Oottagea; 2,000 ft. abore tba aea: ever looklng two of the most besntlfol lakes In the region. Excellent trout flahlng, GOLF, tennla, ' bowling, boating, bathing, bunting, mualc; sanitary plumbing; no pulmonary Invalids. Moderate rateej reduction In June and September. Send for art la tie Catalogue. MORLEY'S, on Lake Pleasant. Hamil ton Oo., New York. my6-7St-14 Hotel Fenimore,] KH" OTSEGO LAKE, f" *c-, addreaa COOPERSTOWN. N. T. J H. E. BISSELL. |eI3-a.tuAth-13t Cooperaiowa. N. Y. Saratoga Springs. TheQraed Union For ratea and particulars addreaa WOOLLEY * GERRANS, Proprietors, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. jj-4-s.tuAth-tf-lB ADIRONDACKS. Wawbeek & Cottages ON UPPER SARANAC LAKE. GOLF. TENNIS. BOATING. MUSIC. Pure Spring Water. Private table* for gueata. J. BEN HART, Wawbeek. N. Y. Iy7-tu.th.a-18t.10 NEW HAMPSHIRE. THE ,VUB PB L'BAC. T~ WINNI9QCAM HEIGHTS, LACONIA, N. H. Comfortable and homelike accommodations; cnlalne from Boaton; near Lake Wlantoe*aukee. Addreaa Mlaa R. A. LAPPIN. LacowU, NT H. jy4 20t-g The Wauiflbek & Cottages, Jefferson, White Mountaina, N. H. Open ,Early in June. For further Information and book addreaa Jk. J. MURPHY, Manager, Laarel Heuac, Lakewood. N. 1. my28-a.tuAth-2Ct-10 THE RUSSELL HOUS*r WHITE MOUNTAINS. North Woodstock, N. H., at gateway to Franconla Notch. Rlotoua mountain at reams and caacadea. Towering mountain peaka. Perfectly appointed. Circular. Uff. GEO. F. RUSSELL, Prop. myl6-a-10t-5 AT FAMOUS " LAKE WINNEPESAUKEE. Lakeside House ^ WtintriAfvuatte orEN JCXE "? tt lllIIICCUClLC Finest location ob tba Lake. For clrculara and particular)! addreaa GEO. W. WEEKS, Prop., Weira, N. H. my23-a-10t-10 RHODE ISLAND. Block Island Spring House Modern In appointment. Location unaurpaaaed. Exclusive ownera of tbe celebrated mineral spring. Uluatrated booklet. Je28*ta,thAa-18t-8 B. B. MITCHELL, Prop. HOTEL THORNDIKE, JAMESTOWN, B. X. Men Walter*. Evening Dinner. Write for illuatrated booklet Jy*a*? MARYLAND. Lock Lynn Heights Hotel, Mountain Lake Park, Md. A hlgb-clnss hotel, wltb home comfort*, on top of Alleghanies. Cuisine unsurpassed. Pure water, coif, tennis, boating, fishing, riding and driving. Orchestra day and evening. t7F?r booklet and terms address ap2-104t-10 J. E. BARRETT. Mgr. SWANN'H HOTEL, PINEY POtNT," MD.-OPEN July 1. Boating, bathing, fishing, music, danc ing; excellent table; rates moderate; take steam ers Calvert and Potomac, both of which stop at riney Point. See Evening Star for steamers' sail ing hours. Address J.T.bWANN, Plney Point, Md. Jc30 38t-8 THE R1GBIE, BETTEBTON, MD. Now open. On the Beach. Bathing, sailing, bowling. Booklet. )e26-2at HOWARD TURNER. Prop. POTOMAC HOTEL, 8T. GEORGE'S ISLAND, MD. Opens July 1; boating, bathing and fishing; music snd dancing; excellent table; rates moderate. Take Steamers "Calvert" or "Potomac," both of which stop at the island. Bee Evening Star for sailing hours. Je28-S8t?,g ADAMS BROS. POTOMAC BEACH HOTEL," PINEY POINT, Md. (formerly Milburn's).?Open for boarders the whole season; boating, bathing and flsbing; music and dancing; good table. Mrs. M. A. GRAVES, Bole Proprietress. lel6-2at-4 CLIFF HOUSE, BAY RIDGE, MD., OPENS JUNK 11. Before deciding on yoar summer rest send tor circular. Finest bathing on Chesspeake bay. )e?-52t-10 ?THE OAKLAND HOTEL," OAKLAND, MD.. OS main line B. & O. R? R-; 8,000 feet above sea level. Capacity, 600. Pure air; spring water; moderate rates. Open June 1. Address R. J. SENSOR. Mgr. For rates see Mr. BIROH, Au tomobile Storage and Repair Co.. 1319 II St n. w. mj22-62t,6 Carroll Springs Sanitarium FOR INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS. Open all the year. Baths, electricity, sun parlor, covered verandas, hot-water heat, open fires. Pure spring wster piped through the buildings. Its convenience to Washington especially recom mends It. Send for Illustrated booklet. Address G. H. WRIGHT. M.D.. Forest Glen. ML JaSl-tf-lO AT DEEK PARK, MD.?LARGE ROOMS: EXTKN slve, shady grounds; first-class table. For terms and particulars address FAIRVIEW COTTAGE, Deer Park, Md. je?-s,tu&th,26t* KE MM MTEl "SK*"' Oae of the most beautiful spots la the Blue Ridge. Electric and gas lights, porcelsln baths. Improved sanitary plumbing, hot and cold water on every Door. A special rate to families. Until June IS apply to the Fred on la Hotel, Wash ington, D. C. After June IS to See Mar Hotel. Hageistown, Md. WM. W. DANENHOWER, Manager. my2i-th,s*tu-88t-10 THE ARUNDEL INN Arundel-on-tbe-Bay. Md. Now open for the reception of guests. Write for terms. Special spring rates. A- H. CUTHBEBT. Jel8-th.sAtu-13t*-4 * OVERLOOK INN, Mountain Lake Park, Md. On top of the Alleghsnles. Open Jane 18 to Sep tember 30. For rates, booklet, etc., address my21-th.sBtu-26t-< L. B. O. L18T. Prey. RIVERSIDE OOTTAGB On salt water; fine bathing; sail and rowboats free: line shade; pavilion for dances. Address B. L. HARTGE. SHadyside, Md. )e2S th.sAtn-lSt RIVERVIEW?SITUATED DIRECTLY ON SALT watar; fine bathing; sail and rowboats free; fine shsde. Address CHAS. A. HARTAGE, Galloway, A. A. Oo., Md. )e20-s,tuAth-Ht Deer Park, Md. MOST DELIGHTFUL SUMMER RESORT OF THE ALLEGHENIES. Swept by mountain breexes; 2,800 feet above sea level. Absolutely free from malaria, hay fever and mosquitoes. Three through trains dally without change of cars from Washington via Baltimore and OJilo railroad. Evety modern convenience. Rooms en suite, with private baths. Electric lights, long dlstsnce telephone, elevator, Turkish baths, swim ming pools, golf links, tennis courts, bowling al leys, magnificent drives, complete livery service. Annapolis Naval Academy Band. Hotel remodeled, with additional conveniences and renovated through out. All cottages hsve been taken for the season. Open from June 20 to September 30. For rates snd Information address W. E. BUR WELL, Msnsger. jyO-m,w,s-3t Deer Park, Garrett county, Md. OCEAN CITY. THE COLONIAL, Superior Table, Bathhouses, All Conveniences. BOOKLET. jyl-2?t OCEAN CITY, MD.?FOR RENT?FURNISHED?T room cottage, $160. Apply to E. J. DENNIS. Jyl-12t ?THE DENNIS." OCEAN CITY. MD.?HOMB , comforts; unobstructed view of ocean and bay; excellent table; terms, |6 to flO per week: ass of bath rooms free of charge. Mrs. B. J. DENNIS. Je23-2dt,4 THE BREAKERS. Directly on the beach. Ocean City, 1U. Bath booses connected with bouse. Jel-62t?6 Miss M. E. NEWTON, of 1909 lTth at. The Plimhimmon Hotel OCEAN CITY, MD. Open June i One whole block of ocean front, lfewly deco rated. Handsome ball room. Hollywood Mandolin Orchestra. Finest surf bathing. Bath booses con nected with hotel. Golr links and lawn teanla. Cbsttolanee Spring water. B. T. 8HBBVB. my30-52t-10 THE MT. PLEASANT On ocean front. Large, comfortable rooms, porch es snd sun parlor; new sanitary plumbing; bath bouses; excellent table. W. E. BUELL. Je27-a,tu4th-ll t*-5 ATLANTIC HOTEL, Ocean City, Maryland. NOW OPEN. Many newly furnished rooms, sin gle and en suite, with bath. Venetian doors to every bed room. Excellent cuisine and service. Select patronage. Rock Spring water served at stable and rooms. Fine golf links, tennis, fishing, sailing and gunning. Music. Finest bathing bea? on Atlantic coast. (7 Lots for sale and cottages for rent. For booklet, rates, lit., address WALTER BURTON, Mgr., Atlantic HoteL Ocean City, Md. Je 25-th, s4tu-13t-14 MAINE. "THE AVALON," BY LAKH MARANAOOOK, Besdfield, Maine; absolutely new; 10 sleeping rooms; fishing, boating, driving, tennis; telephone, telegraph: all modem conveniences; circulars. !S' JXteoSKoS JslT-wAfr-tt* STOPPER RESORTS. PENNSYLVANIA. doubling gap?white sulphur springs HOTEL. Newvllle, Cumberland Co., Pa. Fifty-seventh Mun. Open* July 4. SO square miles of mountain, format and lake. Oool. dry ell mat*. Sal pilar. Llthia. Marncala and Iron springs. Boating, bathing, hot sulphur hatha; homelike. k lect. social diversions. Capacity. 250. Poat and telegraph office*. First-class appointments: mod erate ratea. Writ* for circular and terms. jy?-?t-10 GEORGE ALBERT FREYER. Springs Hotel, FRANKLIN CO.. PA. Open Jan* 18. High, Dry. No Malaria, No Moaqultoe*. BILLIARDS. TENPINS. LAWN TENNIS. GOLF LINK8. Boating, Bathing. Flahlng. For Ideal Summer Re*t and Recreation. The table will constitute one of lta principal at tractions. For term*, booklets, etc., address W. 11. REAMER. Manager. Buena Vlata Spring* P. O., my28-aot.24 Franklin Co.. Pa. Hotel Chalybeate, Finely located and furnlahed. Brick buildings. Electric light In each room and on the ground*. Screen door* and window*. Cool night*. Rataa moderate. GEO H. DALLEB. Jr.. Pro?. my80-ft2t-d THE ARANDALE, BEDFORD, PA. A Moat Delightful Mountain Resort. Finest mineral water* 1b the country. Fata t? ?lakes all fresh vegetables. Write for Booklet. m>21-78t-8 ALS1P ft SMITH. MOUNTAIN HOUSE. Bine Rldp Summit. Penna. Highest point on Weat ern Maryland II.R., convenient to church, poat office and station. Addrvsa M. L. C. McCOMAS. Jc2-tu, th&s-39t -4 Hotel Allegheny booklet and prices, address W H. VAN Bl'SKIRK. Esgles Mere. Ps. )e20?Aw.l0t P. O. Address, Canadensis. Pa. NEW SPRUCE CABIN INN Most attractively located modern hotel In Pocono mountalna; rooms en suite snd with bath; boatlog. bathing; 7 trout streams. Booklet of W. J. ft M. D. PRICE. Cresco Sta.. D. L. ft W. R. R. Je6-sftw.l6t-7 VERMONT. IN THE GREEN MOUNTAINS. THE MQNTVERT, MIDDLETOWN SPRINGS. VERMONT. OPENS JULY 1. ACCOMMODATES 200. Private baths; open fireplaces and steam beit; famous mineral springs; music, bowling. blliUrl* and all out-door amusements. For Information and booklet "ask Mr. FOSTER." , ? GEO. L. WRIGHT. Jr., Prop. Je27-a.tu.th.13M2 IN THE HEART OF THE GREEN MOUNTAINS II BRANDON, VERMONT. The Parlor Village of New England. G. Q. PATTEE, Prop. }ed-wfts-12t.l4 J. F. MACK, Msnsger. m UKE CHAMPLAIN snd THE GREEN MOUNTAINS. Illustrated Book with complete list of hotels and boarding houses. Board J4.00 per week and upward. Mailed for 4c. postage. WWII ? VWhy^ES.yS^V my9-8-llt-10 VIRGINIA. VIRGINIA M.0UNTAIN RESORTS ON THE LINE OF THE Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. UNEQUALED SUMMER CLIMATE PLE^S^ Da^-NIGHTS COOL AND RE FRESHING. GREAT VARIETY OF MINERAL WATERS GRAND MOUNTAIN SURROUNDINGS. Virginia Hot Springs. Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, Warm Springs, Healing Springs. Sweet Springs, Sweet Chalybeate Springs, Natural Bridge Red Sulphur Springs, Silt Sulphur Springs The Alleghany Hotel. Rockbridge Alum Springs and other well-known health and pleasure retorts Vestlbuled, electric-lighted Pullman and dlntng cir trains lesve Washington 3:00 p.m and 1110 p.m. daily, reaching resort statlona in B to 8 hour* Descriptive resort psmphlets snd summer homes folders csn be obtained at ticket offices of the Ches apeake and Ohio railway or by addressing H. W. FULLER, G. P. A., Washington, D. 0. Jy6-tf,28 VERY ACCESSIBLE. 60 M. FROM WA8H.. VIA Bluemont; mt , valley and water scenery; bicy cling, drive*, shsded grounds; spring beds; *o children taken; fishing, boating, awimmlng; S dally malls; first-claa* fare; fresh meata fowl* milk, fruit*. 17 per week. Open till Nov. Procure circular. MAURICE CASTLEMAN, Oaatleman'* Ferry, Clarke Co.. Va. Je4-78t,8 CHALYBEATE SPRING HOTEL, IN 6HKNAN ^5 *??ni Wash'a, 100 ml.; mt. *cen*ry; shaded lawn; chalybeate water; ? mall* dally: livery. A. P. McINTURFF, Btrasbarg. V?T^ Je24-2?t*-4 CUSHING COTTAGE, _ . Open Jane 1, 1903. Delightfully located on th* rtrer front. In the most desirable part of the Beach. Plenty of shade Private bath hoses and pavilion. Moderate rats*.' Je23-66t-6 COLONIAL BEACH. VA. The Alleghany Goshen, Va. An attractive, well-conducted family hotel with modern appointment*. 1.800 feet abov* *ea l*veL la the Virginia mountalna. Six hours from Washington by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. Moderate rates, beautiful scenery, good drive* and fine climate. Short ride from Rockbridge Alum Springs by steam railway and convenient to th* leading mineral springs resorts of the Virginias. Dining car train leaves Washington 3:00 P.M. and arrives Goshen 8:48 P.M. dally. For pamphlets and full Information apply at O. ft O. ticket office* or address Msnager Hotel Alleghany. Goshen, Rockbridge Co.. Va. )e?23-tf-28 BLUE RIDGE INN, SNICKER'S GAP. VIRGINIA, ?overlooking the Shenandoah and Loudoun valleys. Now open. Elevation, 1,600 feet. Cool breezes; pure spring water; black bass fishing; 58 miles from Washington; telephone connections. Applv MANAGER, Demonet P. O., Clarke Co.. Va JyC-th.s.t,13t,8 CEDAR CROFT?OVERLOOKING THE BEAUTI ful Potomac river; coolest part of the Beach quiet and refined; private bath houses and pavil ion; large sbsdy lawns; srteslan water; good table; rates reasonable. Mr*. J. M TAYLOR Box 47, Oolonl*! Beach. Va. Jj7-tu,th,s,?t"fl Jordan White Sulphur Springs, NEAR WINCHESTER VA. Three hours from Waahlngton. Mountain air 8ol fiur and Iron aprlnga. Moderate ratea. Open J una to October 1. For circular, etc., address C. M. EDELEN. Manager. Jordan Springs, Frederick Co.. Va. mySl-th.aftto-Stt-S ' MT. HOLLY HOUSE. MT. HOLLY. VA. On Mn~ip? down the Potomac. An ideal quiet place to spud four summer vacation. Fish, oysters and crala leaaure boats free. Address Mrs. J. O. DAVIS my21-th.afttu-28t?-4 Rockbridge Alum Springs* Va. $20,000 New Improvements. | ? Celebrated for WONDERFUL cures of Dyspepsia Stomach Troubles, Hemorrhoids of Kidney, Scrof ula, Eczema and Consumption. ' j High altitude (2 000 ft.). Free from ton. Beau* I " tlful drives and walks. Magnificent GOLF LINKS. Tennis Courts. Splendid table. Capacity. 800. Open June 1. Write JAMES A. FHAZIER for II lustrated booklet. mj26-tu.th*s-26t-14 ! Variety Springs, Va. IN THE MOUNTAINS. Dellghtfal, cool snd plessant. New service snd management. Address for booklet MANAGER JeB-tu,thfts-24t-7 Variety Springs.'va. GULF STREAM HOTEL, Situated on the southern end of the famoaa Virginia Beach, Va. The finest beach and surf? bathing on the Atlantic ceaat. Elegant fishing, boating and driving. No mosquitoes, sand files ?or malaria. A specific for bay fever. Large, well-furnlsbed hotel; spacious and cool rooms; splendid calslne; sea food a spe cialty. Grill open day and night. Beautiful ball room. In which a fine orchestra givea morning and afternoon concerts and dance music at night. Bath honse. In which attendance and suits sre furnished free to guests. Select buffet, billiard snd pool room*. For farther Information apply to W A. CAMPBELL. Prop. JeJ-th.s. t.Mt Unparalleled Opportunity for Summer. The HEIGHTS, Buena Vista, Vs.. In Heart of Virginia Mountains. Tb?m of 2,000; two railways; 14 mUes of Natural Bridge. For special reasons accommodations and far* very low. Building cost fSO.OOO. Modern con veniences. Experienced hotel manager, reputation for excellent tabl*. Board, per month, with batha (except suites), *30 to $XS. JeSC-tb,s*tu-18t-l* SUMMER RESORTS VIRGINIA. Virginia Beach, Va. Princess Anne Hotel. Ftnwt bathing be?rb In tb? world. CM natr QuurptHod. Modern and up>to<4au hotel acrrica. SpecUl ?umm.r ritva. B<v.kl?t. T. D. GHKtvN, Proprietor. lfl1-th.a*tu-Wt?-I0 WEST VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN VIEW HOUSE. Now open. All home comfort* to be found In the country; excellent table; beautiful country and rea aouable rate*. For further Information a<l<1r?M JNO. A. LANTZ, Aurora. W. Va. Jell-52t 0 GREENBRIER ~~ White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, (The "OIJ> WHITE" Sulphur) NOW OI'KT*. Fa BIOUI for Ita sulphur hatha. Modern ImpmtriMnta. Jith private hatha. Orcbratra .if IS pU,??. Ternia. IIS to $2S per *?-k. ?S0 to ??0 par luontb. Writ* for Illustrated booklet. Addivaa GEO. A. MILLS. Jr., )Jinac*r. Greenbrier Wblta Sulphur Springs. W. Va. Biyif-a.tuAth-.'*8t-14 "THE POWHATAN," CJIARLRSTOWV W Y A baa betn rented b> Mr* llolling and will l>a ready for (ueata June 15. Mountain air; well appointed h.rnae; hot and eold water; i>a. r..lf llnk-i. Addreaa 819 I'ark are.. Baltimore Mil. myl9-tu,th.a.24t* Boiivar Heights Hotel, High, Healthful, Sanitary Surroundinga. Excel lent Table. Pure Water. Telephone In Hotel \ , Mr? s C. COHTLAXD. Jyl-26t* Harper's Ferry, W. Va. McDowell House, Under white manacement Beantlfnl acenery; on the Shenandoah. Raaa n*b. Ing; anbatantlal table; freah milk; artealan water; large Terandaa; acreena and awnlnga: plenty shade Telegraph near and 'nhone la hoaae. Elecirlc llxhU Mra 8. D. UBOSSAKT. Uarpar'a Farry, W. Va Je27 26t-8 AURORA HOUSE, On top of the beautiful Alleghanlea. Open June is to Not. 1. $10. *12 and $15 per week. Special ?tea for t?ie season. Write tor Booklet. J. H 3HAFFEU, Prop., Aurora, W. Va. JelR-tf.6 HILL TOP HOUSE. Among mountains. Table and appointments noted and first-class. Artesian water. Cool nights. Tela graph office and telephone. T. 8. LOVETT. myl-tf.6 Harper's Ferry. W. Va. FOE RENT - FURNISHKD - 8 HOt ES FEOU Washington -0-room cottage; celebrated medVlnal water throughout; prettr grounds; nesr grove, swimming pools, hotel; *250 for seaaon. Apply jPj28-tf liox Ktf. Berkeley Springs. W. Ya. THK LOCK WOOD AM> ANNEX. HAKPKHJ rerry. \\ \a.; now open; rellsble; large ahaJy grounds; rates reasonable. myS-tf A. P. DANIEL. Proprietor. Picturesque W. Virginia, BROOKSIOE, The Ideal mountain reaort. where Talleya, hill., woodland and rlTer all i-ontrlbuti' beauty to <-baru> the acnaea and n>?t the rlty-tlred body. Write for Uluatrated booklet. B. J. KIIIKPATRICK. Brookalde Ion and Oottagea. Brookalde, Preston Co. W. Va. my 19-tn, tbfta-thenm.wAa-.10t -14 SANATORITJMS. THE WILLS MOUNTAIN SANATORIUM. JUST opened, offers an attractlre and accessible retreat for the sick, the Invalid and the convalescent. Located on top of the mountain. 1.700 feet above tide, the air is at tl) times pure, dry and invig orating. From the c^a^as a magnificent view of the city of Cumberla: d and the Potomac valley, lying 1,000 feet below, furnishes a never-tiring panorama. Buiidiugs are new and up to date and fully equipped. Write for booklet to THE WILLS MOUNTAIN SANATORIUM. Cumberland, Md. myg-78t.ll USE OF DISTRICT FRANK. Provisions of the Postal Laws and Reg ulations. Third Assistant Postmaster General Mad den, when asked last night regarding the legality of the use of the District of Co lumbia frank by Commissioner Macfarland in sending out appeals for subscriptions to the Fourth of July fund, said: "It is a matter that may come before me for a decision, and, therefore, I do not feel that I ought to comment on it now." Mr. Madden, however, turned to section 512 of the postal laws and regulations, and read from the statutes approved M;rrch 3, 1877, and July 5, 1884, sectl/uns that declare in specific language that no officer of the United States, which Includes the District Commissioners, shall use the official frank for anything but business relating exclu sively to the government of the United States, under penalty of $300 each. Had the letters been written on station ery of the District of Columbia It Is be lieved the use of the franking privilege would have been clearly within the law. The Post Office Department attaches no blame to Mr. Thomas W. Smith, chairman of the finance committee, to whom con tributors were directed to forward their replies. DIAMOND CUTTING. Rapidly Becoming an Important In dustry in the United States. Diamond cutting is rapidly becoming an Important industry in the United States, the statistical statement for the fiscal year Just ended by the Department of Commerce and Labor showing that during the past twelve months there was brought Into this country a total of 130.000,000 worth of dia monds, of which more than $10,000,000 worth were uncut stones. These figures break all previous records by many mil lions and illustrate the general prosperity of the country. Today the United States holds a leading position among the nations as a possessor of diamonds, but the true significance of the report of the department lies in the growth of the cutting industry, a compara tively new business in this country. Only a few years ago nearly ail the diamond cut world was done in Amsterdam, and that city still holds a predominance of the trade, although the United States is rapidly coming to the front as a competitor lor home business. Compared with the Importations of uncut diamonds during recent years the last an nual figures show a striking Increase. For eleven months of the fiscal year 1KW the 1m % the uncut stones amounted to : for a corresponding period in 190c! there were $5,500,000 worth imported. The the product of ,he lapidaries of the United in 1800 was $500,000; In the ten years it had grown to $5,500.001>. with a proportionate increase In the values or the plants engaged in the work. Improvement in Photography. l*tter fb the New York Sun. Perhaps your readers will be interested in a brief account of an important im provement in photography. I have no pur pose of applying for a patent, as I prefer to dedicate my Invention to the public. In the past three years I have examined a very large number of photographs and process engravings made from photographs, portraits of men, and I find that a high percentage?85.7. to be exact?are man-red by one serious blemish. The object of my invention is to get rid of this blemish. The apparatus consist of a sign, to be & laced on the camera, facing the sitter. oaring the legend: "Keep your hands out of your pockets!" Why a man preparinc his counterfeit presentment for lila friends or for the public should suddenly lie pos sessed by an impulse to make It awkward and undignified. I am not able to conjec ture. Recently I took up a metropolitan newspaper which contained a large por trait of an eminent gentleman who is now In the eye of the public, and behold, he had stood In the eye of the camera with both hands rammed Into his trousers pock ets! What was lacking in the photo grapher?Judgment or moral courage?? that he did not request the gentleman to show his hajids? Sometimes both hands are thus burled, and sometimes only one; but anybody that examines a large number of photographs will see that the weakness is widespread. This curious mania exhibits itself else where than In the picture gallery. Our oratory suffers from It. Few men can rise to make an after-dinner speech with out Immediately thrusting at least one hand Into a pocket. The wives of such orators should sew up the pockets In the dress suits. Perhaps this would b? disas trous at first, as It might disconcert the speaker and cause him to forget what he had to say?like the school boy whose Jacket button was surreptitiously cut off by Walter Seott?but in the end it would produce a needed reform.