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SUMMER RESORTS.
4 llnf". It.tK'c. 3t. ?1 20. 1 wk.. 1 mo..|T 20.
% To Portland, G!d
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Waterville, Bangor
V
j. Via New York, New Ha
X ISoston & Maine Railroad,
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| BAR HARBOR N
s Leaves NEW YORK, GR
J TIOX. 8:00 P.M. Through
Dining Service.
V
.J, FoMers and information can
A O. P. A., New York, Ntw Ha
Y llavcn, Conn., or C. A. CALL.,
A tlon. N' w York.
;1; Season Opera'<-.vsa
in
ATI.AXT1C (ITV. S. J.
IIOTKI, LAMIWUtN.
Maryland nv?-. n?*ur twacli. and aaiuwmfnts.
> t liati"ii. New U)iiiia^?Mii4Mit. Op<?n nil
\ 11* K!? vHtur to .strict. Private bathfl. I*?K>kl?>t.
- n r. M IhliK It.
Til K WII.TSHIKK
\inori?-.m ami Kurtjteaii j?laiiM. Washington ropui
iv?\ H. H. liurton. Bond building.
S. S. l'HOKBtS.
i. s 301 5 Proprietor.
* r ^ & 1? (C* "f*ilf ^ <*y*' ^
u-Cu vW North (??'?>gia ave.
* - rii? ll*htn: SI. daily. $6
wtrfclj to J?lj 1.' _ Jt8-30t I
ARLINGTON,
r.\r.\riT\ SMO. IHK>KI-KT.
jrS-.'t??t L. K. Kl'NZ.
LA FONTMNE,
imxiorii appointments: biijiorior taMe: up weokly,
$1 UJ. ?iai 1 v. 11. B. I'AKKEK.
:t< ?t. 4
I! f** ","1 Am.,
lL< U J\J l!? U Ik', j 1 *?j fr??m station. bea^h.
Voting's |?l?*r. attractions. m ean vl??w rooms; bathing
^ trnm house: $7 i,, $12 wkly. f.\l I. C. KOSKCRANS.
.!?- 1 W.t-.-Ml.-t
"hotel "Iroquois,
O.-enn end South Carolina ave.; renter of attractions;
hn Ideal modern hotel, ranking with the best
].ohm-j?; rapacity. 4?m?; r.wms slngh* or en suite,
with private bath: elevator to street level; steam
I rated: extensive porrhes, orchestra, etc.; special
terms $li? up weekiv; open all year- booklet mailed.
301.10 W. F SIIAW.
T he Albemarle, 228?" uX, ??
class family house. Capacity, 400. Con.aius evt-ry
rorivenieiu-*'. including elevator, private baths, etc.
I Ife - - eelal low rate for June and July of $8,
$10 srj.".o weekly; up dally Tor large, com
r(K>ms. metal beds, excellent table and attentive
white service. Saturday to Monday, $3.50.
Itooklet.
H M K1NU, Mgr. J. P. COPE. Prop.
ii;j14 lo
New Hotel Ostend.
Orciipy iiig whole block of ocean front (Chelsea end),
Atlantic ? ity. N. J. New management; 4<rt? beautiful
'im with i.rivntt* tixths. :md sea water;
tadoor sea-water bathing jh?o1; dressing rooms for
surf bathing; handsome furnished pavilion, adjoining
the Boardwalk; dinlnc r<?oui overlooks ocean; orchestra.
Special June and July terms. B?*>klct. Autos
meet trains. DAVID 1*. HA1ITKU, Manager.
Je2-30t,12
HOTEL IMPERIAL,
Maryland ave., very 1 .r BEA?'II. STKEL PIER
and I INKS i' BATH IN <i tillOLND.
h.v?TY (-ouvflil.-tii r or a n:gn-jiri?,? a mun, every
'( mfort < ! a modern l.ome, jet MOl?KKATK KATES.
Ownership management. I. Ci. KENDRICK.
j?
H'lTKI. SIIOICEHAM.
Orean einl Virginia avo. Elevator. Steam heat.
Sun parlor. l'ii\ate hat lis. Open surroundings.
?l?? up weekly. Booklet upon application.
>1 27t W. It. ? t)l 1 EN.
NEW CLARION,
V. i t'.i- Ky avt*. Second house from beach. Elevator.
> 1 "1 sj.ring rates. Booklet. S. K. BOMKACE.
I : i
NEW HOTEL. RUDOLF,
l it.c tty - n the leach; 4?H) rooniK, U?K) ?\ith fresh
Halt water baths attached. American and
I , can |?b?n. t'uisiue a specialty. Newly reno\tand
decorated. and now iuniiageim-nt. l'erb
of JOEL 11IL1.MAN. PROP., also
, j >t?r Harvey's Famous Restaurant of
\V.;>:.iiigiMn, 1? C. '1 he new and popular feature
? ; tl.i> h tel is the Ited Uauibler Grill;
^ 1 ;'u?t. 10
IMIcn'il Massarh.ise^ls Ave., 2d
1.-XL--9 bouse fi? m beacb. New
u uaifemeut; newly renovated: taMe unsurpassed;
white bel|?; Laths; elevator. Bookld. Wui. G. Lore.
j?-l :u?t.4
ON ~ni ! : <MKAN Ikhont.
MOTEL TRAYMORE,
With its maznift.-ent 10-story addition, presents
t ::? tin**st fijuipited and most modern of Atlantic
? Ity * l?-:idin? i.-tels. Superlative in construction,
i.U* utn.wit and service Guests' rutins averaging
111 feet h?|uar*e, and each with full oceau view.
Private hatlis. fresh and pen wjiter. attached to
r .'in Sptrioa solarium and eoHerrttcrlei
mi roi f. iIlj;b-< la?s orchestral coucerts daiiy. Golf
ITivilegrs t- ^ue>t."*. Illustrated booklet upon re
. est rKAYMOKE HOTEL CO., l>. S. WHITB,
1 . 11 \l \f 4..1 *ti if 1
. he Frouten&c,V?!h)
< titral to all attractions. A new, modern, hlgh?
h..t? 1. as p*>d as the best. Capacity 250.
Will make special terms during June and July;
$fc? up wc-kly: $1.5o up dally; Saturday to Monday
$3, including large ocean view rooms. metal
bed*, elevator, buths, superior cooking, tine table,
white service, etc.; wide cool porches, overlooking
v i an and Boardwalk. Booklet.
>1 :t??t W. F. WATTS.
HOTEL MONTI CELLO,
Ocean e:m of Kentucky avenue. Near all attrac- I
tions. NF.W TIIKOI <;flOl T. ATLANTIC CITY'S i
i.ak<;est. i inks r and bust-appointed j
1IOTKL. AT MuI?KKATK KATKS. Klegant rooms
with hath. Tahle and service of highest standard.
Home like surroundings. Literal ownership manageDfil
Cai 000. Special ratca.810 ap wkly. .$2 ap
daily. Jt.H.klet. A. CON HAD KK11ULM.
aysi aoy.io
HOTEL BELDEN,
Ocean ave. and Beacb. Near piers and amusements.
Spring rafea. HcvatQf. Mrs. C. 8EDDOX.
THE CLARENDON.
Virginia are. and Beacb. M. D. NIKMAN.
n.j'Jti.UM.4
TV ~ T?^A r>S Tenu. ave. and Beach.
k - i. ??.0211-SL? open throughout the
jiar. Superior accommodations; excellent tahle.
c*i > i:n june raxes. %j. ?.
DJ 117 - .'i? ?T. 4
11OTEL ELBERON
AM) M.UiXlFU'KXT FIKEPROOl ANNEX.
T'-i noDHee ate. near Beach. Opposite Protestant
a: I Catholic Cb.ircbes.
A new, modern. up-to-date hotel. Extra large
r Private baths. Telephones. Metal beds.
I . ' jit table. Filtered water. Poultry an?l fresh
timetable* from our own farms. Finest of meat |
f 1.1re?l ly dally feterluary inspection. Capac- j
1 > White service. Special rates, $5 to $17.50 i
$1.50 to W dally. Booklet.
l?wi It. U. Ll'DY. M P. I
Mictei Warwick I
/' it'ir City. Ocean*end of S. Carolina ave. Oe- |
va'.i>r from street level. Uooms ?'U suite, with j
|>ri>ate l>aths. Water from private artesian wells,
ii.;. Mt ,C FRANCIS \ A UN ALL. Manager.
11 n ! 8TICKNEY. NKW TOKK AVE AND'
tlie Beach. Superior location; spacious lawns and I
??|>* u surroundings; capat Itj. 3U0; elevator; pil- |
*at?- baths; extensive porrhes, etc.; special,
t $1.* weekly; $2 to daily.
up MK L. V STICKXKY.
w> -m tr-v ?? r rr n rr t> t? i\ f t\ t r\n<kU n ,.n,?
liixrN, Virginia Ave. I
.Wwjys oj^'D. Klevator. etc. $9 to $15 wwkly.
Ca(> . bll: iftMQ. J. 0. & J. K. DICKINSON.
u.\2'2 if.t
UUTKI 1 KENTUCKY ATI.. N "Ml
l><..i ti capaclt*. 200; itcHru beat; elevator;
eul<*lm- nud t?er*lce unsurpassed; special spring
M. E. TllOCKMOKTON.
i Q? 'J?;t 4
Vlrilika a*e. and Btacb.
HOTEI. M iJESTIC. Cl'.ao to Steel Tier. <Vean
view. Cupiclty. 200. Elev.itor. private baths,
e; Supe ii.r table. $10 up weekly. $2 up dally,
i ... SAM1 KL P. ELLIS. my IU
The Pennihurst, r
Ocean i v. I Ml ave. Rooms en suite, with
batb. long-dial ant e pbune lu room*; elevator to
tr?? r
o;> 10 .'JOt.7 WILLIAM R. HOOD. \
THE ST. CHARLES.
Srlect I?ratfon n tbe Orean Front.
IHM- tv.e !u. it.-* rlegauce. oiclualvenea*. hlfcbela*
and liberal management; orchestra
of oK'is?ts. S?*a water hi all batba. Booklet. ratea.
renertai ion*. etc. .kppij to Washington representative
II KALi'il BCIcION, lioud building. Tbon?
Mat:: 2700 NEW UN llAl.NES.
[ my 15 3UL 10
H^rFS. roNCK DK LEON. VIRGINIA AVE.. AT
Ilea, h Modern lu appointments. Capacity. 350.
First t la?* culalue auU aer?lee. 8peclal aprlng
rates HookleL
JL B. QRLNDR0D,
SUMMER RESORTS.
lines. It.fiOr. :it. 1 wk . $2.25. 1 roo.,f~.2Q.
ir Birfcor line j
/O t?_ ti trv rt ti V
urciraara. oanvyie y
V
Sings), Lewsstom, %
and! Bar Harbor
*
vcn & Hartford Railroad, v
Maine Central Railroad v
x
IQHT EXPRESS!
x
A \* 1~\ V' " "V ' T T~? 4 T r"T? t M
;\ LJ IL.MML M/\- ?*.
Sleeping Cars. A la Carte X
|
bp obtained from F. C. COLEY, *
O
ven & Hartford Railroad, New ? .
G. A. P. !>., Grand Central St ay
Y
3 JfflNFnmffn X
1
ATI.ANTIC CITY. If. J.
Fireproof Rio Grantde,
NEW YORK 'AVE. AND BEACH.
We arc quoting r?tes that will make this month
nn extremelr busy one with us. Elevator, hot and
surf bnths: running water in rooms and cafe.
my 14-.'tOt,7 J. I'Al'L K1LPATH1CK.
GALEN HALL,
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM.
One of the newest stone, brick and steel buildings.
with every comfort Always open, always
ready, always busy. For further Information ask
.Mr. rohier. i.t.KJ rennsyivnni* ave. my 23 - 301.10
Hotel Sotfaeirn, ^;ettV^JnXma I
1'y hotel. All conveniences. AH outside rooms.
?2 to $ '* per day; $10 up per week. Capacity, 250. i
my 10 o0t-5 G. L. CAKE.
A a _ti Taciflc and 111. aves.
C het woode
weekly, $2 daily, $3.00 Saturday to Monday.
n>yi:i-:uit,5 E. M. DKMPSEY.
IHl^/CkH H r?H?r?5/rhtm
ii iihj'U.^II <yiv^ii>fc.?)>vu/iiii 9
Fireproof. Virginia Ave. and Peach.
Opposite the Steel Pier.
Special sprint: rutes, $12.50 per week up. $2.50
per day up. American plan. Refurnished throughout.
Finest cafe in the city. Excellent cuisine.
Musi. JOHN CRUSE.
myl3-30t,10
Qramd Atlantic Hotel,
Virginia ave. and the Beach, Atlantic City, N.
J. ruder entire new management. 350 Beautifully
furnished rooms, en suite, with bath; hot and cold i
sea water attaciied to all baths. Also public
hr.t con.n..iar ? <
. iiuuao. a uumo iu nnruin. jilimi:
and soeial diversions. Terms: American plan.
$-.50 ikt day up; $12.50 weekly up. European
plan, $1.50 per day up. Garage. CHARLES E.
COPE. Prop., formerly of the Kittatinny, Delaware
Water Gap, Pa. my 12-301,12 i
THE LQRAINE.& & 1
tween two piers. Fresh and sea water baths,
private and public; running water, etc. Special
pnug rates. CH>25. E. WAGNER.
myl4-3ot.R
mirwiw"
u u\zs u u=i?D u^Lirjuuuu u\^n ,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. *
Occupies one-half square of
unobstructed beach front.
mylC?-2Kt.cSu. 10 WALTER J. BTZBY. i
CHESTER INN, N arY?*.h"eElevator.
Sun Parlor. Steam Heat. Moderate
rates. Mrs* D. KNAUER.
mv2-f>Ot.4
MOTEL MORTON,
Vlrcinia Ave. near the Beach.
Open all the year; ocean view; steam heat; sun
parlor: elevator to the street level; rooms en suite.
wiiri uot anu com uaiu; capacity, i:ou. isookici
mailed on application. Mrs. N. II. HAINES.
jHin-i.ytt.io
"OOTEL NEW ENGLAND,
South Carolina ave. and the Beach; n#?ar piers and
attractions. Larp<\ sunny rooms; private baths:
elevator; sun parlor. Capacity. 35u. Table ami
ser\ice superior. Special wpring terms.
mylt-?,0t.7 ItllYAN & WILLIAMS.
WESTMINSTER.
Kentucky ave. near Reach. Capacity, 300. Elevat.
r and every appointment. $8 to $15 weekly.
n?y'J3-:mt,4 F. C. RCHliK.
CAl'E MAY, N. J.
CAPE MAY. X. J. I
THE RALT!.MORB INN will open June 1.
Close to beach. For terms address
ni.vrJ-:iUf,4? Mrs. N. \V. ROLLING.
THE STOCKTON HOTEL. CAPE MAY. X. J.,
will open July 3. For information, rates, etc.,
addrvss 1*. 11. S. CAKE. Hotel Normandie, Washington.
1>. C. HORACE M. CAKE. Prop., Cape
May, N. J. niy27-<l.eSu,90t,o
" ~ BEACH HA VEX, N. J. j
The Emsriesideo
> #
Bcaeh Haven, N. J.
Opens Juno 15. The best combination of seashore
features on the roast. .Matchless bay for sailing
anil Ashing; perfect beach and bathing. The Kngleslde
has all the modern conveniences, private
bath with sea and fresh water. Booklet.
myl-60t.10 It. F. ENGLE, Mgr.
liOXGI'ORT, N. J.
The Devonshire, SSc.^?n
view from every room. Every appointment and con- ^
venlenee. Special rates to July 15. Booklet. W.
BOICE. jel-60t
OCKAX C ITY, N. J.
UOtel f>K 1 11 1 UIN jrade" hotel." """"" :
Unobstructed view of the ocoan. First-class !n
every particular. Modern Improvements; elevator;
telephone. Opens June 22. Free looklet on request.
II. K. SOOY. Ocean Cltj. N. J.
myl-w,Ka.m.30t 0
THE HOTEL CUMBERLAND. OCEAN CITY. N. J.
A new house, accommodating 500 guests, with all
modern Improvements; facing directly on the
ocean; 70 minutes from Philadelphia, 30 minutes
by trolley from Atlantic Cltv. For information
address P. II. S. CAKE. Hotel Normandle, Washing.
I>. C. t?. K. CAKE, Manager. Ocean
City, N. J. mj27-d,eSu.90t,7 j
Hotel' May berry,
OCEAN CITY. N. J.
L/?catlon unsurpassed: cuisine first class; Jun?i
rates. Soud for booklet. S. II. M AY BERRY,
Proprietor. jel-eo,eSu,30t,7
OCEAN GROVE, N. J.
iNSKIP HOIISR
Ocean Pathway. 50 feet from ocean.
jeg-Su.w.sa. l+t.4 1>. C. BltOWX.
TOE SUMMERFIELD,
Ocean GroTe. N. J. On the beach. Capacity. 100.
June to Oct. Booklet. F. S. HAYNES.
Je2-Su.tu.th.sa.24t,4
Si,HIX(77 ake ft. j.
Dire<tlv on ocean; elevator; suites with bath;
June to October. A. C. & S. II. LETCHWOHTH.
Jel :k?t.4
THE BERAKBB8, Spring Lake, N. J.; 100 feet
fn?m ?K*-an. Oihmis June 15. Luu is N. Moss, Prop.
J*1-M.St
THE ALLAIRE,
D1HKCTLY ON THK BEACH.
Ronklft. E. U. RICHARDSON.
uiy7 t u. (l?.s.Su-28t.4
CANADA.
lUlUUUUUU^VU U u a j uM
To those who are planning a summer outing and
1 seeking "green fields and pastures new," soma
place where tliey may cast rare aslrte and comininie
with primitive nature, where, though the sun
shine* ever brightly, cooling breezes always blow,
1 and isreat heat 1* unknown. It Is safely prom|
ised that among the roeks and lakes of the Muskoka
district, about 1?mi miles north of Toronto,
situate In the Highlands of Ontario (1.000 feet
above sea level), they will find enchantment.
Handsome illustrated descriptive publications
will be sent free to any address on application to
GKO. W. MOSS, Passenger Agent,
wrl-Oilt 'Ml 1411 (I sf n_w
DELAWARE.
HOTEL HF.SLOfEN!
Rehohoth. Pel.; dlreotly on beach; the Tery
center of all attraction*. Ratea reasonable.
U. M. DAVIDSON, I'roy.
Btf2#-30t*4 "*
L.
SUMMER RESORTS.
MAINE.
CAPl'O BAY, MAINE.?FURNISHED COTTAGES
on islands and shores; moderate rentals. Camps
aDd cottages on Inland lakes.
V. S. & E. G. VAILL,
my22 w&s-Ct Portland, Me.
PASSACONAWAY INN
VHDI/ Opens June It. Golf, Fishlnf,
T \J ll l\ Boating, Bathing. Canoeing.
#% | ? r* fi*? Tennis. New Garage. Special
vLI aid rates to July 15thW.
H. TOHEET.
M A I IN c. Hotel Canterbury, Boston.
apl7-w.sa.20t.10
ihe mm$m 1
i fFnrniprlr lintel Vo]vo*\ :
jiyj mmrnu beagh
j MAINE. }
!* Operas June 29t5i. 4
200 Rooms. Remodeled. European Plan. I
Elevator. Electric Lights. i
$1 00 per day up. Three miles of Beach. |
Wilbur T. Emerson. Mtrr. I
Je3-10t*2fl |
MARYLAND.
ATLANTIC "HOTEL,
Oceami City, Md.
Opens June 15.
Modern and high class In every particular. Recently
renovated and peatly Improved throughout.
Faces the ocean. B<?oklet mailed on request.
T. L. PAGE, Manager.
SEASIDE HOTEL?Now Open.
Je7-0t,12 __ "
RIVER SPRINGS, THE POPULAR LOWER POtomac
resort, opens June 13 ithirtieth season).
For terms ami booklet apply to KOBT. I). BLACKISTONE,
Kiver Springs, St. Mary's Co., Md.
JeT-.lOt
Tome Institute Inn
AT TOME SCHOOL FOH BOYS.
Open for Summer Guests June 15. Good table,
beautiful surroundings, all modern conveniences.
3olf. tennis, boating. Ashing. Access to Institute
Library?ten thousand volumes. Terms moderate.
Address TOME INSTITUTE INN. Port Deposit,
Maryland. myX-eod .43t-10
Loch Lyon Hotel,
Mountain Lake Park, Md.
Open June 15. o t X
first-class accommodations. Casino, with
swimming pool, bowling alleys and pool
rooms. Golf, tennis, boating. Music in
charge of Mr. Hoffman Kakeinann.
(???"For booklet, terms, etc., address
B. C. LIST, Prop.
myl4-tu.th.sa.26t,20
HOTEL DIXON.
Beautifully situated at Cambridge, Md. Boating,
bathing, fishing. Excellent table. Rates reasonable.
FRANK T. GIliSON, Prop., Cambridge, Md.
Je2-7t.4?
MELVUE.
Under new management. 2,500 ft. above sea level.
Artesian and mineral water. Between Pen-Mar
and Buena Vista. Misses BROUGHTON, Cascade
P. O., Washington Co., Md., my31-30t*C
MOTEL BRAODOCK,
Braddock Heights, Md.
OPEN JUNE 15.
1,000 feet elevation; no malaria; no mosquitoes;
20 minutes by trolley from Frederick; new modern
botel; large rooms, single or en suite, with or
without bath; first-class public baths on both
sleeping floors, free to guests. Write for booklet,
"TlAOiit I fill Krudfljvk." P P. T.OVfl rit? ITr?t ol
Frederick. M<). my27BOt.l2
MASSACHUSETTS. '
EiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiissjsssEEgiiias
fl NEW
II0EI1 (HJidDSE, I
l, u S3
jj Swampscott, Mass. g
jjjj Right on the Ocean. But 30 minutes !"
; from Boston by rail. The beet-ap- S
u pointed and most up-to-date Summer
a Hotel on the famous North Shore. {
J Renowned for its SELECT PAT- '!
jjj RONAGE. Safe ocean bathing "
- directly In front of the house. The ?}
" best of deep-sea fishing and sailing. J]J
J Two excellent golf courses and fa- u
fj cillties for every other out-door !?;
;j sport close at hand. The finest S
t" roads for driving, riding and auto- g
. v; i; v. ,1 1;
lid IiIUUlliliK l*-? iuuiiu c\n j nucic. w
jj New Bath Houses and Sun Parlor S
i have been added since last season. JJ
"i Write for booklet and other Informs- pj
;j tion. OPEN JUNE 22d.
| Ainslie & Grabow, Proprietors S!
Bostoa booking Bureau,
673 Boylston St. jj?
1": mvl!5-w&sa.8t,42 JJ
Bisa^5:iEa?aBasgs?gs?ssgagaESE5BaggigesssBai
The Narsepaslhemiet,
MARBLE FIE AD NECK. MASS.
Opens June 14. Finest location North Shore. Every
room ocean view. Special rates June. Send for book.
my4-8a.tu.th.20t,6
NEW YORK.
ii otel CmpLwffo rd, !?vSu?": y.
tio to $10. Booklet.
my20-lm' B. C. V1BBERT. Prop.
Long Beach Hotel,
Long Beach, L. I., New York.
$150,000 in IMPROVEMENTS.
Lighted throughout by electricity.
SVill open June 25, under the personal management
of Mr. W. JOHNSON QUINN.
n __ in> fl_ n
Long Dcacira iinn
NOW OPEN.
S'evr York office. HOTEL EMPIRE, Broadway an<l
63d st. The South Coast llotcl Co., tirops.
Send for booklet and rate.
jel-8a.Su.tu,tb,30t,17
HE HOTEL FMNHENAQ
1.000 ISLANDS. ST. LAWHENCE KIVEK,
OPENS JUNE 20TU.
A macnlflront hotel, delightfully situated on an
Islanil In the St. Lawrence liver. Tho favorit*
?lw-.u?u a nil li/iat m /-I n cr fkhlncr
rowing and all aquatic sports. Au extremely
picturesque nice-bole golf course free to gueata of
the hotel; also tennis and other sports.
For booklet and full Information address *
Or G. TKUS8ELL, Mauager,
Frontenac, N. Y.
(Also Manager Bon Air, Augusta. Ga.)
my 1 l-s.Su,tu.th.30t
ADIRONDACKS.
"45 Minutes from Saratoga."
7. Hours from New York, Without Change.
WAYSIDE INN and COTTAGES
I.AKE LUZEltNE. NEW YORK.
Open July to October.
T O V/.rftut Hrilf Tonnlfl and all
sports. Rooms, with private bath. Write for
Booklet, rntes. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Prop.
Hooking:* at Hotel Everett, II st. bet. 17th and
18th u.w. my21-tu.th,s-45t,12
HOTEL MARION. SS??3?V
A resort where guests can spen? a most enjoyable
outing. Delightfully situated on West Shore.
Sujnirb view?large, airy and bright rooms, with or
without private baths. FARM CONNECTED WITH
HOTEL. FRESII VEGETABLES. POULTRY,
MILK AND FRUIT. Fine macadam roads with
well equipped livery. JOS. 11. MA1&VEL.
Jel 3ut,l0 __________________
The EarMngton,
Richfield Springs, N. Y.
Renovated and remodeled throughout.
Reopens June 20.
Directly opposite Great White Sulphur Springs
Bathing Pavilions and Natatorlum for the relief
and cure of Malaria. Rheumatism, Gout. Neurasrhenia
and all skin diseases. Expert Masseurs,
both Male and Female, In attendance. Under the
direction of Alfred R. Cralu, M. D., 122 West
78th St.. New York.
ew 1 ors omce,
THK BUOXTBLU
3 Kast 27 th at.
GASHKRIR UK WITT. Prop.,
Auk Mr. FOSTER.
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NEW HAMPSHIRE.
fflMUBECfl ffTCL, ;
LAKE 8UNAPKE, N. fl.
One of the finest summer hotels in this country.
Fishing the best. Golf, tennis. boating. flue drives,
etc. Write for circular W. W. BROWN,
( ranliden Hotel, Sunapee, N. H.
my2-tb.Ba.8o.ta.80t. 10
TCME01BIED&1 SSS&RRt.
GBdDtkdDD^^To ' b^nc!,all\il)
W Li=i w UVJ u a family cottages.
jefferson. n. xi., white mountains.
Accommodations for 500.
season. june to october.
Particulars on application to a. J. MURPHY,
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SUMMER RESORTS.
MEW HAMPSHIRE.
_ HOTEL WENTWORTH,
New Castle N. II. Whore Russo-Japanese Peace
Conference was held. Send for Illustrated book.
FRANK C. HALL, Mgr., 16 State at., Boston, Mass.
mv21-tu.th.f.sa.ni.42t.5
PENNSYLVANIA.
TTEfl/* 2.500 ft. In Alleirlienles. Golf.
il uliw tennis, fishing; casino, orchestra:
steam heat; famished cottages; excellent
cuisine; booklet. H. M. ESS1CK, Essick llgta.. Pa.
my20-30t-4
Chalybeate Springs Hotel,
Bedford, Pa.
Strictly flrst-clnss; large grounds; fine shade; cool
nights; all vegetables served on tables fresh daily
from our own gardens; have own dairy for use of
hotel; orchestra during the season. For booklets or
any other information address GEO. H. DAL'LEU,
Jr., Prop.
my 27-eo, SOt. 10
ARANDALE HOTEL,
BEDFORD. PA.
flnon Tnno 1 C! r n nr..n ^ f V 1.C*.._
?l'i ii ?uur a. u>.\ aviro in i/raiiuiui lawn, oui*
rounded l?y large farrii, which furnished vegetables,
milk and butter for the hotel. Terms reasonable.
Booklets. my20-30t*7
V1KGIXIA. ~ "
SHERWOOD IPX?THE NEAREST POINT TO
the exi?osition grounds; American plan; moderate
rates. Old Point Comfort, Va.
Je7-:<Ot.4 J. <;. TAYLOR. Mgr.
HOTEL ALPHIN,
HOT SPRINGS. VA.
L Ideal place to spend the summer. Finest Mineral
Baths In America. Kates, $17.50 to $25 per week.
Address JAUDOX BROWNE. Proo..
my21-30t.6 Hot Springs. Va.
HOTEL* RTVERTON" RIVERTON~VA"HoPEN;
entirely new management; black bass Ashing
June 1; this Is a most beautiful resort; located
on an eminence between Shenandoah rivers; 3
bout's from Washington. For rates, etc.. address
E M. ORERLANDER and A. C. DUNCAN.
mvll-eod.30t I
THE ELKTON. '
In the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia; large
verandas; shade; llthla water; delightful resort.
Booklets at Star office. Address A. C. DRAW- I
BAl'GH. Prop., Elkton. Va. Je3-30t.6
Colonial Bench. Vn.
LOTS AND COTTACiKS FOR SALE AND .tENT;
near wharves; easy terms. Will exchange for
tviisnmgtou property. I'rice list and particulars,
J. JAY GOUI.D. 421 Oth st. myl,2-. t0t.pSu
WEST VIRGINIA.
"HILL TOP HOUSE."
Try the "Hill Ton" this season. We know yon
will be' pleased. All modern improvements. Capacity,
200. Ask al>oiit the table. Comfortable
rooms. From the verandas grand scenery, not
equaled anywhere. Ask for ra#es.
T. S. LOVETT, Prop.,
myO-tf Harper's Ferry. W. Va.
THE LOCKWOODo ZTn'ttt
and service excellent. Address A. P. DANIEL,
, Prop., Harper's Ferry, W. Va. niy22-tf,4
FOR KKNT-HKilKKLKY SPRINGS, W. VA.. COM
utuit-ij luruiKm'u coiiag?', wai'T; eierinc iigui,
Dorses, carriage If desired; also a smaller cottage.
Apply owner, 1901) X st.f also for rent,
summer, small private family. my9-tf,5
Capon Springs amid Baths.
A most delightful mountain resort. with large
company every year. Capacity, 600. 100 miles due
west or Washington, I). C. For pamphlets, rates,
etc.. address CI I AS. F. NELSON, Capon Springs,
W. Va. my3-60t,eSu
HOTELS.
!B(0)ST(0)M?T(K1E VENDOME
COMMONWEALTH AVENUE
A HOTRT. TTOR RRFTMlT.n P^nPTP.
Unexcelled In location and appointments
by any hotel In the city. Particularly attractive
to ladies, families and tourists.
Perfectly quiet; five minutes from Back Bay
Railroad Stations.
GREENLEAF & BARNES. Props.
Summer Hotel. New Profile House, White Mti.
apl7-w.su.rn.2flt.15 ""
SUMMER RESORTS TO LE1\
FOR RENT?SEASON OF 1907. WITII PRIVI
lege of renewal, choice cottage. Hagtae-on-Lake-?
George, N. Y.; excellent location, magnificent
view; fine beach on premises; fully furnished;
wood, water. Joe mid nBe of rowboat: terms. $400
per season. Apply to Mrs. S. C. MILLS, Governors
Island. N. Y.f or Gen. J. G. C. LEE,
Hagfie-on-Lake-George. New York. Je3-7t
" (XTAST OF MAINE.
Furnished rot tapes on inland and shores, moderate
rentals. rmnj* and cottages on inland
lakes. F. S. & K. G. VAILL,
je5-w,sa,6t Portland, Me.
ATTRACTIVE FURNISIIKD~TlOrSE. WITH EXtenslve
grounds, near Rlue Ridge Summit, Pa.;
3 hours from Washington; modern plumbing; gas;
Icehouse tilled; fruit trees; greenhouse. M. & J.
BRANPT. 11 East Read st.. Baltimore. Jel-14t
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*' VISIT THE STAR INFOR- jjjj
g MATION BURFAU, ROOM 100, ?
5i FOR HOTEL CIRCULARS, RAIL- JJ
3 ROAD TIME TABLES AND jjj
a FOLDERS, FREE OF CHARGE. |?
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RAILROADS.
Chesapeake <&?ttiio Railway
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 3, 1907.
2:00 P.M.-OLD DOMINION EXPRESS, week
days? Stops at principal points in Virginia.
Vestibule train; standard coaches; parlor car
to Clifton Forgo, with connection for Virginia
Hot Springs. Pullman sleepers Clifton Forge
to Louisville, Cincinnati, IndianaiK>lIs, St.
i.onis ana micftgo; uimng car wun a la carie
service from Gordons? 1 lie.
4:30 P.M.?NEW C. & O. LIMITED, dally-Fast
new vestibule train; stops only at Gordonsville.
Charlottesville, Staunton, Clifton Forge and
Covington, Va.: Ronceverte and Illnton, W.
Va. Pullman sleepers to Lexington, Louisville,
Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis aud Chicago.
Dining cars, a la carte service. Oue night out.
11:10 P.M.?F. F. V. LIMITED, dally-Solid vestibule
train. Pullman sleepers to Cincinnati.
Lexington and Louisville. Compartment sleeping
car to Virginia Hot Springs week days.
Dining cars a la carte service. Sleepers Cincinnati
to Chicago and St. Louis and Louisville
to Memphis, Nashville and southwest.
Reservations and tickets at Chesapeake and Ohio
Offices. 513 Pennsylvania avenue, 009 14th street,
near F, and Sixth Street Station. Telephone Mala
8780 fcr Pennsylvania R. R. Cab Service and Main
1066 for C. L O. Ticket Office.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
N. B.?Following schedule figures published onlj
as information, and are not guaranteed.
7:00 a.m.?Danville and way stations.
*8:05 a.m.?Harrisonburg and way statlona.
0:00 a.m.?Sleepers and coaches to Atlanta and |
New Orleans. Dining car.
*11:00 a.m.?Sleepers and coachea to Columbia,
Knvnnnnli nnri .InpL-Knuvillo Dlnlnff rnr.
t*:01 p.m. ?Harrisonburg and way stations.
4:56 p.m.?Charlottesville, Warrentou and way
stations; Strasburg week days.
6:15 p.m.?Sleepers and coaches to Atlanta and
Columbus, Ga. Sunset Itoute Tourist sleeper to
San Francisco tri weekly.
9:50 p.m.?Sleepers and coachea to Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta. Dining car.
10:15 p.m.?Sleepers and coaches (via Lynchburg
and Bristol) to Chattanooga, Memphis and New
Orleans. Dining car.
11:00 p.m.?New York and New Orleans Ltd.,
solid Pullman to Ashevllle, Atlanta, Birmingham
and New Orleans. Club and observation cars.
Dlninir car.
* A.. II.. . A ?./.!>
- vj?i iij , | n rca unj d.
Through trains from the south arrive Washington
7:80, 8:45 and 9:05 a.m., 2:80, 5:25. 8:45, 11:30
and 11:40 p.in. daily. Local trains from Harrisonburg,
12:25 p.m. week days and 9:20 p.m. daily;
from Charlottesville dally, and Slrasburg week
days, 8:10 a m.
Frequent trains to and from Bluemont.
Ticket offices, 705 15th St., 511 Pa. ave. and
Pennsylvania station.
C.H.ACKKRT, V.P.&G.M. 8.H.T1ARPWICK.P.T.M.
W. H. TAYLOE. G P.A. L. 8. BROWJf, G.A.
SCHEDULE OF EXCLUSION TRAINS
To and From
ft
cirnesa pea lice
Beach.
EFFECTIVE MAY 25. 1907.
Subject to Change Without Notice.
WEEK DAYS.
GOING. RETURNING.
Lv. District Line Station Lv. Chesapeake Beach.
" 9:25 A.U. 6:30 A.M.
11:00 " 12:46 P.M.
2:30 P.M. 2:00 "
6:40 ' 0:00 "
7:46 " . 8:00 "
0:46 " ' 10:00 "
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS.
" 9:26 A.M. 7:00 A.M.
11:00 " 12:45 P.M.
2:30 P.M. 2:10 "
4:00 " 6:00 "
7:46 " 8:00 "
0:46 " 10:00 "
PAUL Y. WATERS.
my23-tf.40 General Manager.
6?o. <o> r>?^] II n irv ** O n 11 r oi n j
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TICKET OFFICE, 1421 PENNA. AVE.
NOTICE.?Following schedule not guaranteed.
For Raleigh. Wilmington, Columbia, Savannah,
Jacksonville. (Tampa, Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis
and New Orleans.
9.05 A.M. DAILY ? Seaboard Mall. Through
couches and 1'ullman Sleepers to Savannah and
Jacksonville. Through Sleepers Washington to
Hamlet and Hamlet to Atlanta and Birmingham.
Dining Cars.
ti.Ot) P.M. Daily?Sealward Express. Solid train,
with coaches and Pullman Sleeper* to Savannah.
Jacksonville and Tampa. Through Sleeper to Atlanta
and Birmingham. Dining Cars.
B. li. STAN SELL. District Passenger Agent*
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RAILH0AD9.
Atlantic Coast Line.
Effective April f>. 1007.
Notice.?These departures are given as Informstlon,
as well as connections with other companies,
but arrivals and connections are not guaranteed.
4:20 a.m. dally?Sleeping cur New York to Jacksonville.
Fit. Through coaches Washington to
Jack sonville.
8:15 p.m. daily?Sleeping Car New York to Jacksonville,
Fin.; New York to Tort Tampa, Fla., via j
Jacksonville; New York lo Augusta. Ga.; New |
York to Charleston. S. C.; Washington to Wll I
mlngton. N. C. Through coaches Washington to 1
Jacksonville. UNEXCELLED DINING CAR SEKT
ICE.
For tickets and nil Information annlv at the ,
OFFICE OF THE T.INE, PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUE NORTHWEST, AND PENNSYLVANIA
RAJI.ROAD STATION.
GEO. P. JAMES.
District Pnnseugcr Agent. Washington. P. C.
T. C. WHITE, Geo- P?si. Agent.
W. J. CRAIG.
Puss. Traffic Mgr.. Wilmington. N. C.
Balltimore amid Ohio R. R.
LEAVE STATION. New Jersey Ave. and C St.
ROYAL BLUB LINK
"EVERY OTIIKK HOITU ON THE ODD HOUR"
TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK.
NEW TERMINAL. 23L> STREET. NEW YORK.
*7.00 a.in. Diner, Pul'man Parlor.
tO.00 a.m. BulTot, Parlor. 5-Hour Train.
?9.00 a.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car.
ill.OOe.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car.
1.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car.
3.00 p.m. "Royal Limited." All Pullman.
J4.00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia.
r>.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman I'arlor.
R.00 n.m? PitHplu'E tn Philadplnhf?
11.30 p.m. Sleepers.
2.52 a.m. Sleepers.
ATLANTIC CITY. tT.00, 8.00, til. 00 a.m..
tl.00. *3.00 p.m.
ANNAPOI.IS, weekdays, 8.00 a.m.. 12.03 noon,
4.45. 0.00 p.m. Snndars, 8.30 a.m., 5.30 p.m.
"EVERY IIOI R ON TIIE HOITf
(Weekdays. 7.00 a.m. to S.OO p.m.)
TO BALTIMORE.
2.52. tn.oo, te.so, *7.00. n.20. ts.oo, 8.30, o.oo.
f9-30. 10.00. *11.00 a...i., tl2.00 noon. tl2.05. '1.00.
11.15. t2.no. *3.00, t3.20, $3.30. t4.00. t4.40. 5.00,
+5.03. *5.30. tO.OO, *0.30. t7.00. *S.U0. tO-30. 'lO OO,
10.35, *11.30, 11.35 p.m.
WESTW. HD.
CHICAGO, *0.10 a.m.. *1.22, 'J.30 p.m.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS anil LOUISVILLB,
9.10 a.m., *4,or. p.m.. *12.40 nlKlit.
PITTS Itl'ItG. *0.10 a.m.. *1.22, *9.10 p.m.,
12.30 lilsht.
CLEVELAND. ?9.10 p.m.
COHMBIS. ">.30 p.m.
WHEELING, 9.10 a.m., *5.30 p.m.
WINCHESTER, t '10 a.m.. t4.(k>. t5.00 p.m.
FREDERICK.. tS.20. tU.10. MI.15 a.m.. 11.30.
| t4.05. tii.35 p.m.
UAfiEKSTOWX, to.io a.m., to.OO p.m.
Daily. tExcept Sunday. ?Sunday only.
Reservation of Sleeping or Parlor Car space, rate#
of fare, etc., will be quickly furnished i'Y TELEPHONE
at all of tlie following Ticket Offices: 1417
O St. N.W., Telephone Main 1591; 611) Pennsylvania
Ave.. Telephone Main 278. Station, New Jersey
Ave. and C St.?Ticket Office. Telephone East
j 687. Information Bureau, East 724.
OCEAN TRAVEL/ "
4 lines. It,60c, .'it. SI.20. 1 wk.. S2.25- 1 mo-.t7.20.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
Fast Express Service.
PLYMOUTH? CHERBOURG?BREMEN.
K. Wni. II.June It. Gam Krooprinz. .July 1G. Oam
Kroilprin/..June 18. 10 am Kaiser. .. .July 30. 10 am
Kaist-r July 2. 10 am K. Wm. II.Aujr. 6, 5 am
i K. Wm. II. .July 9, G am Kronp'z. Aug. 13. 7:30 am
Twin-Screw 1'assenger Service.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?BREMEN, 10 A.M.
Barbarossu June 11 Bremen July 4
I Kurfuerst....... June 13 Barharossa July 11
I Friedrleh June 20 Kurfuerst July 18
*\ Alice June 25 Friedrich July 23
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR?XAPLES-GEXOA. AT 11 A.M.
K. Luiae June 15: Iv. Luise July 27
Kt Albert June 20 K. Albert Aug. 3
P. Irene July 13 I'. Irene Aug. 17
Neckar July 20 K. Luise Aug. 31
Omits Genoa.
From Bremen Piers. 3d and 4th Sts.. Holmken.
I NORTH GKRMAX LLOYD TRAVKLKKS* CHECKS
GOOD ALL OVKR TUB WOKIJ).
OELRICHS & CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY, N. Y.
I E. F. DROOP & SONS CO.. 925 PENNA. AVE.
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liamiaiurg=Amencao Line,
Twin Screw Express and Passenger Service.
Plymouth?Cherbourg?Hamburg.
Kaiserln (new)..June 13j*Deutscliland June 27
Patricia June 15?Waldersee June 20
Amerika (new). .June 20 Pennsylvania July 0
P.Lincoln (new).June 22|#Kaiserin (new). .July 11
Among serial features of these vessels are:
Grill Room, Gymnasium. Palm Garden. llitz-Carltou
Uestaurant. Klevators. Electric Baths.
Mediterranean Service.
IU ilArLbO UCil>UA.
tHamburg June 11, Aug. 13. Sept. 24
tMoltke July 2, Sept. 3, Oct. 15
Has Grill Room. tHas GymnasiumStummer
Crtaiises
DURING JI NK, JULY AND AUGUST
TO THE NORWEGIAN FJORDS. NORTH CAPE.
SPITZRERGEN. ICELAND AND EUROPEAN
SEASIDE RESORTS. SEND FOR PROGRAM.
TOURIST BUREAU.
R. R. Tickets, hotel accommodations and general
information about foreign travel.
Travelers' Checks, Good All Over the World.
moS0-8a.tu.tb
CUNARD LINES.
FROM PIERS 51-52, NORTH RIVER.
TO LIVERPOOL. VIA ylKENSTOWN. I
Passengers booked through to London and Paris.
Campania...June 15, 9 am Lucania. .June 21), 1) am
Carmanla.June 18, 10 amjCnronia.. .July 2. 1Q am
Etruria..-June 22, 1 pm I'mbrla... .July 6, 1 pm
Hungarian-American Service
TO FIL'ME VIA
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES AND TRIESTE.
PANNONIA J nr.? 20, noon; Ang. S, Sept. 20
) July 4, lioon; A;ttc. 22, Oct. 10
CAKIAIH1A... c f'u III ni? nliso nt GENOA.
SLAVONIA July 18. noon; Sept. 5, Oct. 24
Vernon 11. Brown. Gen'l Agent, 21-24 State St., N.Y.
Opposite the Buttery.
Or 120 State st., Boston. Mass.
O. W. MOSS, Agent, 1411 G St. n.w., Washington.
fel.Vlyr.eSu
AMERICAN LINE. ' ;
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?SOUTHAMPTON.
ST. LOUIS June 15. July 13, Aug. 17
PHILADELPHIA June 22. July 20, Aug. 24
ST. PAUI June 29, Aug. 3, Aug. 81
NKW YORK July 0. Aug. 10, Sept. 7 i
I PHILADELPHIA ?QL'EENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL.
I Westeruland June 15 ' Xoordland June 2s>
1 Haverford June 22 Frlesland July G
AtilaratEC Trasnsport Line.
NEW YORK-LONDON DIRECT.
MINNEHAHA June 15, July 13, Aug. 10
MKSABA June 22, July 20, Aug. 17
UTVKRTONK' A Tumi OQ Till it 07 k n?* 91
MINNEAPOLIS luly 0. Aug. 3', Aug. 31
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK?DOVER?ANTWERP.
FINLAND June 15. July 27. Aug. 24
ZEELAND Judo 22. July 20. Aug. 17
VADERLAND July <1. Aug. 3, Aug. 31
KROONLAND Julv 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7
WHITE STAR LINE.
NEW YORK?QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL.
BALTIC June 14, July 11, Aug. 8
CKDRIC Juue 20. July 18, Aug. 13
CELTIC Juue 27, July 25, Aug. 22
ARABIC.. July 4, Aug. 1, Aug. 29
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?SOUTHAMPTON.
MAJESTIC June i2. July 10, Aug. 7
t ADRIATIC (new) June 19. July 17, Aug. 14
TEUTONIC June 20. July 24, Aug. 21
OCEANIC July 3. July 31, Aug. 28
tNew, 25,000 tons; hatJ Elevator, Gymnasium, ;
Turkish Hatha and *Band.
BOSTON?QUEEN STOWN-LIV ERPOOL.
CYMRIC June ID, July 17, Aug, 14
REPUBLIC July 3. July 31. Aug. 28
NEW YORK?AZORES?MEDITERRANEAN.
Cretie June 20. noon | Romanic. .July 13. 3 pm
BOSTON-AZORES?MEDITERRANEAN.
Canoplc June 29, 1 p.m.; Aug. 10, Oct. 5
Romanic Sept. 14. 3 a.m.; Oct. 20, Dec. 5
WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1300 F ST. N.W.
R. M. HICKS. Passenger Agent.
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1A flfkO-trtn Tn-in.c,PoL-vonoar fifnamora
Direct to
Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
Sailing from New York at noon.
T'nited States July 18 | Oscar II Aug:. 1
C. F. Tietgen July 25 1 llellig Olav... .Aug. 15
Saloon, $70 and up; after July 18, $00 and up.
Second cabin, $33; after July 18, $30.
A. E. JOHNSON & CO., 1 Broadway, New York,
Or to Local Agents.
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MffclNCmi LIN it.
COMPAGNIK OF.NEHAI.K TRANS ATI-ANTIQUE.
Direct Line to Havre?Paris (France).
Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m.
From IMer No. 42. North Illver. foot Morton St.. N.Y.
La Provence... .June 15j*La Touraine July 4
La Lorraine... .June 20 *La Provence... .July 11
La Savole June 27 La Bretagne July 18
Twin-screw steamers. <
GEOEGE W. MOSS, 1411 G ST. N.W.
nihl-3Cr?t
anchor~line.
Glascow amd Lomdoinderry
oaiiinc rmm .New lorn every oaiuruaj
New Twin Screw Steam?h1pu
"CALKDONIA" AND "COLUMBIA"
Average passage Thi (lays.
AND b A V OlUTh STEAMSHIPS
"ASTOllIA" AND "FI'KNE.SSI A."
For Facsage. Tours and Information apply to
HEN'DEItSON BKOTHEltS, New York, or
Geo. W. Muu, 1411 U at. n.w. E. F. Droop A
Eons. U25 I'enna. ave. n.w., Wasliltgton.
ap20-7St.eSu
Delightfui Sea Trips the Year Round
Southern Pacific
Passenger Steamship* Between
New York and New Orleans
Weekly Service From Both Ports.
THE IDEAL TRIP SUMMER and WINTER.
SPEED?COMFORT?SAFETY.
Connecting at NEW ORLEANS with Rail Lines
For All Points In
LOUISIANA, TEXAS, NEW AND OLD MEXICO
ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA.
Baltimore and Hanover Sts., Baltimore.
032 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia.
EUROPEAN RESORTS.
_E U R
II LONI
1 HOTEL
| VICTORIA
I Adjoining Trafalgar F<;aare,
within easy accesa of the thea
fern ami faahloqftbh* ^hopping
center*. A mo*t convenient
starting place for visits
throughout the Metropolis.
ALSO
FIRST AVE.?r.HOSVE^
\V HITK FOR
for full informatl
TOWN A COUNTRY 1
289 4tb Ave., N
I" Ullli Hill MI?I?MI1?
WRITE FOR E
.The Gord<
r " ______
Tour belqii
Thoroughly covcrcd by
Belgian State Railways, s
Ostend by the magnificen
Mail Packet Service (three ho
SPA
Summer Residence of H. R. H. PTincess
... b.I_:
VlCIilCUllUO VI OClglUIQ.
THE most famous medicinal watering I
place in the world. 3Vfc hours from !
Antwerp; 2l/j hours from Brussels.
800 to 1.700 feet above sea level. The niin- ;
eral waters of Spa are so wldeiy known tlint
the name of ' Spa" lias been (?eely adopted
for mineral springs elsewhere. Waters famous
for their richness in Iron and carbonic
acid "and exceedingly effln cions in cases of
Anaemia and Neurasthenia.
I.u YurleiiH Iliithins: IlNtiihlisliinent.
Natural Carbonaceous Itatlis for Heart Com
SUPERB NEW CASINO.
Concerts. Open-air Theatrical Performance*.
Concours Hi >|ti<ine. Cross country Competitions.
Drajr hunts. Coaching. Motor Racing.
Shooting. Lnwn Tennis, Fishing, Clay Pigcon
Shooting, Athletic .Sports. Balnea tic
Exhibition.
Sen mod?May to December.
Literature and every Information to be obtained
from Town & Country, 289 Fourth
Ave., New York.
GRAND HOTEL BRITANNIQUE
The Newest and Mont
Mndon. In
F. I.RYU - - - - Proprietor
Tariffs from Town & Cocntry. 289 Fourth
Avenue. New Tork.
The World-Famous Cavern, tfiPflTTP nP
greatest natural curiosity vli\vrl IE LIE
In the world. (Lighted by Klec
Two hours from Brussels. r*t a r
Finest Golf I.lnks on the Con- LhfltCflll F
tinent. Tennis. Trout fishing.
Six hours from London, p| y sy sy i
via Ostend. Express
trains meet all_Bcat?.
1/omlortaDle Hotels of every grade. Tariff*?
MOTEL METROPOLE
The Leading Hotel in Belrium.
Central Situation. Private Baths. Suites.
Proprietor - Wielemans-Ceuppens
Hotel de la Poste. Family. Moderate Tariff.
A VTTP\\/CriO ln direct service v
AiN 1 W CKP Americans visiting
pleasure from a n Ini
treasures, and to visit to the famous shops store
HOTEL ST. ANTOINE. {
sojourn of best American families. Renovated
rooms. Reautlful garden terrace. Patronized
tat ion. Write Town & (Vmtry for delightful 11
For particulars Iielgiun apply Town & Count
State Railways (P. de France*). 47 Cannon St
Street. London. E.C.. and 72 Kegent Street. Lon
Itelgian State Railways fo- tour of the entire c
16 dayi. First Class. $12 80; 5 days. $6.15; covt
iph27ap7,17.28 tny8.20,29JeS. 16.15
EUROPEAN RESORTS.
iB-aagfeV^iJ
m.T2th,Ba.tu.30t
OCEAN TRAVEL.
Italian Llovd S. S. Co.
NEW YORK?NAPLES?GENOA.
Florida June 20 I<ouii?iana July 13
Indiana June 27 | Virginia July 25
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XVUAMail V U1UIIIVC1 X 1WL.
NEW YORK?ROTTERDAM?LIBAU.
Petersburg June 11* Saratov July 17
Smolensk July 8 i Moskva July 31
All twin-screw steamers. First cabin, $0.".
C. It. RICHARD & CO., 31-33 B'way, New York.
fe28-th.sa, tu.COt. 12 _
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
4 lines, lt.OOc, 3t, *1.20. 1 ffk., *2.25. 1 mo., J7.20.
THE STKAMEKS OF THE MARYLAND, DELAware
and Virginia Railway Co., commencing '
March 4, will make three trlpa weekly between
Washington and Baltimore, weather permitting.
The passenger accommodations are unsurpassed
by any on the Chesapeake Bay or tributaries.
They are electrically lighted and the cuisine la
perfect. Steamers leave Washington every Sunday,
^Tuesday and Thursday at 4 p.m., and Baltimore
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
5 p.m. Time of trip, about 30 hours. Fare, !
$2.50. State rooms, (1.50. ^ Meals, 75 eta. each.
State rooms and further information apply to
STEPHENSON & BRO., Agents.
Telephone Mafn 745. 7th street wburf.
T. MURDOCH, Gen. Pass. Agt., Baltimore, Md.
mh4-tf.25
WASHINGTON AND POTOMAC STEAMBOAT CO.,
Sth #t. wharf s.w.
STEAMERS FOR PO'lOMAC RIVER LANDINGS.
Monday and Saturday at 7 a.m. for river landings
and landings In Port Tobacco, Maddox and ,
Nomini cr#eks aud the Wicomico river.
Wednesdays at 4 p.m. for river landings and
Nomini aud Lower 'Machodoc creeks. Returning,
steamer arrives in Washington Tuesday and Sunday
about 5 p.m. and Friday about 6 a.m.
Steamer Estelle Randall daily at 8 a.m. for Alexandria,
River View. Fort Washington. Fort Hunt,
Bryan's Point. Marshall Hall. Glyinont and Grinder's.
Returning, leaves Grinder's 12:30 p.m., |
Glymont 1:30 p.m., stopping at anove landings ana
arriving In Washington about 5:15 p.m.
Schedules subject to change without notice.
Schedules subject to tide and weather. rah3l-tf
SHOT AND BADLY WOUNDED.
Pursuers of Three Burglars Made
Target for Bullets.
RIDGE WOOD. N. J.. June 8.?While in
pursuit of three burglars jesterday Peter
Zabrlskie, a resident of this place, and Policeman
Herman Jewett were shot and badIv
wounded. The burglars escaped.
They had visited the home of John A.
Zabriskie only a short time before, but
were frightened away by" the barking of a
dog. Mr. Zabriskie notified his brother
Peter, who lives in the next house, and the
two pien started In separate automobiles to
search for the burglars. Policeman Jewett
accompanied Peter Zabriskie.
Zabriskie and Jewett found three Italians
waiting on the platform of the railroad sta
tion aT Fairlawn. and demanded To know
what the Italians were doing. At the question
the Italians opened fire, wounding Mr.
Zabriskie i? the mouth and back of the
head and Policeman Jewett in the cheek.
The Italians then fled and the wounded
men managed to crawl to their automobile
and run it back to Hidgewood. where the
alarm was spread and other men took up
the search. Both of the wounded men are
expected to recover.
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miss jaagTuuer, nuvcusi, ujmg,
RICHMOND, Va., June 8.?Miss Julia '
Magruder, the well-known American novelist,
continues desperately ill at St. Luke's
Hospital. The physicians say there is no
chance for her recovery, and they would
not be surprised at her death at any mo- J
ment. It was only on Monday last that I 1
she learned tnat me f rencn nuaui'iii) iimu i
signally honored her by conferring on her 1
the Order of Palms. Miss Magruder Is an i
intimate friend of the Princess Troubetz- I
koy, and was bora at Charlottesville In i
1854.
EUROPEAN RESORTS.
OPE.,
DON I I
HOTEL *
METROPOLE
M<*t crntmlly Iti ^
NorthmnberUiui Are. within A j|
in 11111 tt*N of Oiaring t'ros*. <-J??s4' M
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*ter Al'ky |{<Mi*e ,>f I'.irlln
ment. fashionable center* mid
theater*.
TUB
IOR?(iHA M) HOTKI.fi
HOOKI.KTS
on. tariff*, etr.
rtl RKAl . OKPT. 15
ew York City.
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3n Hotels J
JM The most interesting j
? - ? wuumry in n?uropc.
the splendid network of the
ind reached from London via
t Turbine Steamers of the
urs' passage).
OSTEND
ScnKon Eautrr to October
TIIE convpreinjr point of nil tonrlsta
traveling to and from the Continent.
The Queen of European II:?tiling:
RenortN. Tlie Summer Ile*ldenoe
of the KIiik of tlie Belclun*.
World fnnioiis for the uaSolv of Its w*a hath
Ing and amusements. The koiimIiIp resort of
the elite of (Jreat lirltaln. France and
Germany.
WHbln 4 hour* of I.oiulon
by Injuriously fitted turbine steamer*. Magnificent
promenade and Kuraanl. Afternoon ,
and evening concerts. Ralls almost nightly
at the Hotel de Vllle and Casino. Hotels
replete with every modern comfort, and con?
ducted largely In the A merle** ?tyle.
The harbor of Ostend la accessible at all
nnicB ui me nue. iup i?over uparaen run
alongside of the Station Maritime, where
trains await thein for all parts of the Continent.
Ostend is one of tne iiilncipal ports
for passenger traffic between <?reat Britain
and the Continent, and is growing yearly In
Importance In this respect and also on account
of its own numerous attractions as a
health resort. Same Festivities and Attractions
as at the Iliviera.
Illustrated Postcards free on application to
Secretary. Town Hall. O&tend.
THE GREAT HOTELS ON THE SEA
Continental, 400 beds ) t1 ??
Splendid. 400 beds} Roomt from 11 26
Pension Terms. $4 to t.V
according to ligation of room.
HA|\I Rochefnrt Station. Trains dllWt
to entrance of Cave; passing the
trlcity) Rochers de Faule.
% g < . _ It<?yal Residence
Coyal d Ardenne {^or,md lnto
r?? | /-t The Center for the Battle*
HIS field of Waterloo; 30 minutes
from Brussels.
Town and Country?289 Fourth Avenue. N. Y.
<;kam> iiotki. mk\(;i:i,i,k.
First-clans House. Thoroughly tuo<iernir.ed.
Exceedingly comfortable. Central heating.
Hotel de Belle vue et de Flandre.
Electric I.lcht. Lift. ("<?ntr?l liPAtlncr
Europe Hotel. Place Royal. First-da**.
kith America by the RED STAR STEAMERS,
this old-world city will derive considerable
restigatlon of Its beautiful t uildlugs and art
d with quaint, interesting objectw.
Hie principal Hotel In Antwerp, situated In
>eaiitiful square facing trihedral. Favorite
throughout; large number of private bath
by Crowned Heads of Europe. Perfect sanllustrated
booklet and guide to Antwerp,
ry. 289 Fourth Avenue, New York. Helglan
reet. London. Ticket Offices. AH (iracechurch
don. W. Circulation Season Tickets on the
ountry.
irln? nvpp 1 S.1A mlUa of Inrnrlmio *? ??'
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20 YEA.RS FOR RATLIFF
CONVICTED AT MARLINTON OF
ASSAULTING ONA BIRD.
MARLINTON, W. Va., June R.-Thc Jury
In the case of Warwick Uatllff, charged
with assault on Miss Ona Bird while she
was eloping with Arnold Gladwell, at noon
yesterday rendered a verdict of guilty, with
a recommendation for mercy. Judge Bennett
sentenced Ratllff to twenty years' imprisonment,
the maximum penalty under the
verdict.
An incident of the trial was the refusal
of Judge Bennett to grant Warwick Bailiff's
motion for a change of venue. The
prisoner's counsel noted exceptions to the
court's rulings, and gave notice that the case
would be reviewed by the court of appeals
In the event of conviction. Fifty
talesmen were examined before a jury
was selected to trv the defendant. Thlrtv
five or more talesmen frankly ronfessed
they had heard of the rase and formed
the opinion that RatllfT Is guilty and
should be summarily dealt with.
Many citizens were examined by Counsel
Ozenton in support of his motion for
a change of venue. All of them declared
public sentiment was so strong against
Ratllff that in their opinion he could not
get a fair and impartial trial.
Prosecutor Hill adduced testimony front
a dozen or more residents who swore that
there was no more feeling against Rat lift
here than there would be anywhere else.
rhey declared emphatically that Bcntimcnt
was against the crime and not the person
charged with committing It.
Condemned Lynching.
Judge Bennett Is believed to have realized
the danger of violence in case a
change of venue was granted. He condemned
lynching and threatened to deal
severely with any one brought before him
for making threats against either Uiitllff
or his alleged accomplice, Albert Gay.
"Mr. Sheriff," said the judge, "I want
you to keep your eyes and t ars open for
these smart would-be lynchers and bring
every one of them into court. Pocahontas
county has got some very good people in
it, but is also well supplied with fools.
I'll teach some of the people of this
county some sense before 1 get through
with this trial You just bring them to
court ana i will s< n<i mem Derore 1110
grand Jury." After denouncing tho
would-be lynchers, Judge Bennett announced
that the prisoner could rely upon
the court for protection and a fair and
impartial trial.
Memorial JJay at wincnester.
WINCHESTER, Va.t Jupe 8.?Fully 15.OOO
people visited Winchester Thursday
for the ceremonies Incident to confederate
memorial day, which Is pre-eminently the
annual event In this historic town. Incoming
trains on both railways poured
thousands into town. The flag of the confederacy
held a place of honor, but here
and there the Stars and Stripes floated
proudly In the breeze. The day began
with a big parade of confederate veterans,
firemen, military companies, civic organizations
and little children bearing (lowers.
The procession moved to Stonewall ceme
tery, where the principal exercises w> r?
held. The strains of "Dixie" brought
cheers from thousands, while "Maryland,
My Maryland" proved alniu.it as popular.
Rev. William D. Smith of Christ P. K.
Church delivered the oration.
Tomato Famine Impemded.
NEW YORK. Juno 8.?New Jersey and
Long Island commuters, and. in fact, commuters
everywhere, are in despair There
Is a famine in tomato plants, and this prido
3f the suburbanite's garden will be scarce
this year. The situation is said by plant
and seed dealers to be unprecedented. It
lias been brought about, of course, by tho
abnormal cold weather of the last bis.
weeks.

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