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ATI,ANTIC CITY. II. J. "Hotel Stickney, ST?>V?;chd Klf?iWr to street level. Private hath*. Evening dinner. Electric lights. Fin-proof. $2 to $.'t daily. *.'? !<? SIT. weekly. I.. V. STICKNEY. J?'2?-.T>t.5 New Berkeley, "1, w?n tIi w rooms: private baths. $2 up daily. $!? up weekly. FAIRBANKS A. MACKENTHI'N. Jo2n-y1t._? The De5aware City, J;? h"'^: from beach. N'-ar piers nhd all other attraction*. Honv inokins, 22(1 season. $1.I?0 up iltiiy; klwial ?wkly, E. M. KOK. Jc22-tu.lh.sa.Su.30t.R $2 IM11.V7~?^ TO SI2~WEEK I.Y. 'f tilIIPS.M'0 HT<'. near th>- Beach, w w u uu ? Hathinir from Hotel. L.-irge. root rooms: ejeellcnt t?l?le. ,J- J- JOYCE, j i.~: ."Oi..-. 9?;mimT TO~ATt7ANT!C CITY? Writ- for Il?te! t*ilidf. with Map anrl Time 1 lino Tables. rot*. Resort Information Bureau, Mo\ .va< Atlantic city, N. J. Je 1 S;i. tu.th.2-vt ' HOTEL SAVOY. Tn the *no*t popular Chelsea district. one block from renowned Hole! Chelsea and near million- | dollar pter; only hotel dtreetiy on the ocean j front trith hot and cold sea water baths and 1 rnnnir.B water In all rooms. at moderate rates: elevator to ground; dancing.^ J*pecial to early | boni;?rs. $12 VI weekly un. Now ojh>d. ' |eS-fh.*a.Si*. In.not. 10 Bretton Hall, walk. t> ean view rooms: excellent table, free bath*. Moderate rates. M. L. RoYER A CO. tnv.TO Su.tu.th.fr-oOt.4 ENTRANCE FROM BE A? H. BATHING FROM HOFSF. HOT AND COLD Rl NMNli WATER IN ROOMS. LEXINGTON PncWc and Arkansas kim. ion yds. fioin B?ach. Boardwalk and Million-dollar Pier. Only moderate rate hotel hnvliii; iirivate entrance from beach. The use of well appointed bath bouws on premie* is fro.-. Public and private biths. with hot and co|-| s.-? water, Choire table supplied dally from noted I exlngton farm and dairies. Illustrated l?a?klet mailed free. I.lbcml ownership management. Je22 10t.lS P M l. P. ROSEi'RANS. MOT EL SOT H E pacity 2."iO. 'arge rwms; elevator: private baths; open |>orch; ocean view; homelike; table and cleanliness ou' features; early season rate. $!0 up weekly. $2 up daily. G. L. CAKE. 1e21 2?t.S Hotel Siho rehash, 'V&n^av. Elevator Private baths. Open surroundings; $2 up daily; $10 up weekly. Booklet upon ap plication. W. B. GOTTEN. Je21 ?t If Going to Atlantic City New York. Plilla. or Wash.. D. C., send 2 cents l>ot>tage for 80 pa^e illus. Standard Guide, de scribing hotels, with rates, city maps and all attractions. Invaluable. Sent only by Atlantic City FREE INFORMATION BUREAU. Box 89$. Atlantic City. N. J. Write for particulars aNrjt special Fourth of July offer. $10. covering four days" accommodations, American plan, at leading Atlantic City hotels. Jc21-12t.11 HOTELSTORCK, Block from steel pier. Central to everything. Elevator: private baths: superior table: 100 occan view rooms; bathiug frotu hotel. Special. $10 up weekly. Booklet. WM. J. STORCK. Ie20-.:?t.t> EHmiont Halll, iS"lac.pa"Tty. *?! elevator: private baths; brick; fireproof: excel lent table. je2O-30t* NEW PRINCESS HOTEL (Fireproof), built of brick, stone and steel. South Carolina avo. and Beach, Atlantic City. N\ J. Near piers and attractions. Liberal management. Capacity. 400 guests. 100 rooms with bath, sin gle. en suite. Spaclons piazzas. Elevator. Ex cellent table. White service. Orchestra. Terras: American plan. *0.00 to $1.Y00 weekly; $2.00 to $3.0O dailv Special season and familv rates. ABSOU TELY THE FINEST HOT Eli AND I/>CA TION FOR THE PRICE. Write for literature. Jel0.K?t.U CHARI.ES E. COPE. Prop. "It's on the Table" AT THE ARLINGTON HOTEL Michfgan ave. and Beach. The food and serv ice will please you. I'nusually large, light, cheerful rooms. Absolnte clean'lness assured; white service. Finest location. Moat attractive of moderate-priced hotels, t'apaclty, 250. Very low early season rates. $2.00 and up dally, $10.00 and up weekly. New management. Jefi .T0t.11 Mrs. R. J. OSBORNE * SON. HOTEL STRAND. AT.WAYS OPEN. CAPACITY. 300. On the ocean front, new throughout, with every ippoinunent. FRESH AND SEA WATER BATHS. Single and eft suite. Golf, driving, garage. Book let and rates on application. F. B. OFF. H. C. EDWARDS. Manager. Aast. Mgr. wj^aot.io NEW HOTEL MERI0N. On the beach. Vermont ave. Built of brick; 1."<0 large, cool l>edrooma and dining hall with ocean view. Elevator, private baths, running water in rooms, extensive porches, etc. White service. Early season. $10 up weekly. $2.30 up dailv. C. B. PRETTYMAN. Owner and Prop. Jet;-30t..s j. Ocean end Virginia are. C? ? - ? ?9 pacity. 200. $2 up dally; $8. $IO, $12.RO. $15 weekly. Elevator. Booms with running water. Booklet. H. W. WILLIAMS. Jel7 30t.4 HAMILTON HALL, Oielsea ave. and Beach. __ Elevator 1o street. Baths. H. M. REEVES. Jel.V30t.i Seaside House, DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN FRONT. Sea water baths. Open all the year. Je!4 rsot.fi F. P. COOK'S SONS. HOTEL NETHERLAND, New York ave. at Beach and Young's Pier. Leading moderate rate hotel of Atlantic City. F. eTator. private baths: table beat market af fords; capacity, 400. Special June, $s to $12 weekly: $2 daily; b'k't. AUGUST RUHWADEL. |ei:t-G0t '9 Ocean end So. Carolina ave.; close to attractions; mpacity, 400; elevator; private baths; flne porches, orchestfa. *tc. Special, $10 to $17.50 weeklv. Always open. Booklet. Jel3-.T0t W. F. SHAW. GALEN HALL, HOTEL AND SANATORIUM, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Mllb Its elegant comfort, its superior table and service and curative and tonic baths, with trained attendants, is an ideal place for a long or a short stay. F. L. YOUNG. Gen. Manager. Information at MR. FOSTER'S, 14th St.. oppo site Wlllard's. Jel3 ;i0t.l2 ALBEMARLE, X? rrn and leading moderate rate hotel; 100 large, i ool front rooms: private baths; elevator; 4.0<?0 ft. porches: music: excellent table, own farms A dairy; white scrvice. Special rates June & July. $s to $12 weeklv. $2 up dally. B'let. J. P. COPE. iei:: r/?t .7 The HoSimilhurst, Pennsylvania ave.. near Beach: unobstructed M-ean vlrw; Mivate baths; stationary wash >tands. with hot arid cold running water In bed -oonjs; elevator to atrett ievel; capa.-lty S00. ;>pen all the year. Hotel electric coach meets rain-. I.iterature upon *e<|'?p?t. Je12:J0t. 10 HENRY DARNF.I.U ISLESWORTH ON THE BEACH. VIRGINIA AVE. ,"ViO rooms, with fresh and sea water in all baths. SprriaL Ameri<-an plan, $2.50 up daily. European plan. $1..*>0 up dally. Special weeklv terms. WM. HYMAN. Prop. FRANK M PHOEBUS. Mgr. Jell not.10 HOTEL NEW ENGLAND S. Car. ave. and Beach: private baths; elevator to street: sun parlor; capacity. SS0; superior table; afternoon tea served; special June rates; open ? II the vesr. BRYAN A WILLIAMS )e!0-."0t.fi i * La Fontaine, ,K^tPraT of ,n,n ^,7^: tlons: large, airy rotiu*. Spei-ial June rates. $S to $12..">'?w ky. Booklet. Superior tabic. S.J. KELLEY. i?? :??t.4 Hotel Majestic, Be^hINIAci? * Steel pier Center of attractions. Oc-an vl^w: ca pacity. 300: elevator; private baths: steam heat, etc.: superior table. Special. $lo up weekly; $3 up daily. Booklet. M. A. SMITH. Je6 30t.fi Raleigh, St. Charles pi. and the Beach. 200 large, airy rooms, elegantly fur nish<al. most with ocean view; private batln. elevator, library, electric lights, etc.; largo )s-rches faciiig the ocean: cuisine and service famed for their eicellence; guaranteed equal to nor hotel in the city. S|M-cial low rates June and July. Booklet. Auto at station. H. J. DYNES. 1c0 "m.ft THE WILTSHIRE. Open all year, Virginia ave.. overlooking ocean. Capacity, .".on; elevator: steam heat; suites with I bulb and every convenience; best culstue and! ?errlce: music. Special, $2 ">0 up daily. $12.50 i up weeklv Booklet. SAMUEL D. EM.IS. Iel9-a0t.7 Kentucky ave.. 100 yards r'ro?!! from beach. As good a* Cue best. Capacity, SW; new; boinellke; eleva tor: t>atii?; I'hones: excellent table; wblte serv ice; ocean rooms: metal beds: large, rool porches overlook ocean. Special, up weekly: $1 50 up d^iilv Sat. to Mob., $a. Booklet. W. F. WATTS. I JeO 30t,7 SUMMER RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY, W. *? Kenderton from beach; a rfflned house ] for nice people; oop(in view: prir?te bath*; 'le vator: homo cooking; capacity, 200; $H op whiy.J Kaf. to Mon.. $3. J. G. MITCHELL. iei.--3ot.5 The Lock hart, Modern fireproof build-1 (ok; elevator to *treet; room* en \uli?.:KIjVnT* bath. Low Juue rates. Booklet. E. LOCKHAKT. 1e.V30t.4 Tin" leading resort honse of America. I* particu larly attractive dnrlns Atlantlc'a famous sum mer season. _ JONI AH WHITE & SON COMPANY. my2T>-2Gt.c.*at,8 HOTEL OSTEND. Entire block beach front. Boston to Sovereign i axes., Atlantic City, N. J. Capacity. 600. Ideal family bulcl, with an Ideal location. Perches adjoin Boardwalk. Heatnl sen-wster pwlmmlse ! pool. Private and public tea-water baths. Prod nets of own farm anpply table. Whit* service throughout. Every room has full ocean view. Open siirpmndlngs". ll:ites special June. American ; plan. $2.50 and np dally; $12.50 up weekly. Mu sic. Booklet. Elcctrlc coach meets train*. K>-.10t.14 D. P. RAHTTBR. Manager. LA BELLEINN, First-class table. $f np weekly. )e4-90V4 J. YOL'NOBLOOD. _ /"*#%<Maryland ?ve. overlooking ltoard l^yOiTiniCUa<j walk; (exclusive location; capac Itv. 2,'rO: table and service uuexceiled. _ I-ow June rates. Booklet. E. A. BL'CKMAN. Ie3 30t.4 Fredonia, KS- St 'iiSKit. 53! era family hotel. Special .Tune rates.Onexceil ed table. Booklet. O. W. CARMANY. my31-30t.4 Berkshire Inn,8?"n ?ixv-?r:.??. $2 up dally; $8. ?10. $12.50 $15 ^'v: private baths; cool rooms. with running water.cap 300. elevator to street. J. O. & J. E. DICKINSON. fell-tf.B _ Grand Atlantic Hotel, Virginia avenue and the Beach. Atlantic City N. 3. Capacity. 600 g-iests. This hotel has added manv improvements, more new sea .w?ter batn and is newly and elegantly furnished. The rooms are the largest and finest In the city. Hotel has highest elevation and entire open surrounding*. All rooms contain from 2 to 6 windows. 150 room* have hot alid cold sea-water baths, also public hot sen-water baths. The table is sup plied fresh dally from the hotel t farms^ Will make a very special rate for .tune and Jnrv. American plan. $10. $12.R0. $15 r?er week; $2 M dallv. European plan. $1.50 daily. Orchestra. Coache* meet trains. W mv3O.3Ot.10 CHARLES E. rOPB^ HADDON HALL ATLANTIC CITT. N. J. Directly on the ocean front, with unobstructed view. Salt water in all baths, not and cold water In most bedrooms. Always open. Booklet. Jel4-12t.eSu LEEDS & LIPPIN'COTT. Hotel Oenrds, Situated directly on the ocean front; surronnded by its own spacious lawn.-which Joins the beach and Boardwalk. Most liberally appointed and liberally conducted hotel on the New Jersey coast. WALTER J. BLZBY. jet 25t.eSu.10 the Loraine, X?. 'KTi piers Fresh and sea water baths, private and public- running water, elevator, etc. Special June rates. CHAS. E. WAGNER. my29-30t.5 Ponce De Leon,K^'^BnMii a day up. American plan. $2 day up.. 1PJ,e.TJL,or from street. ALFRED B. GRINDROD. mv30-30t.4 . 'l'enneisee ave., near is Beach and all amuse ments. Refurnished throughout. Jjjf rates. Under original management. B. UROOOAN. my30-00t,4 TABOR INN, ?ST'?.<?! Ocesn-vlew roome. Excellent table; homelike. $8 up weekly. Special June rates. A. M. DUNN. mv27-90t.4 Miller Cottage, VZ 'iitSrSft noted for Its table; rates to July 1. $1 daily; ?? weekly and up. Established 30 years. Je5-30t.4 HOTEL RU001LF, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. ON THE BEACH FRONT. Phone Harvey's for Information and booklet. mv215It.G JOEL H1LLMAN. CHESTER INN, near B.ncb ill | ?Mis?."* Colwyn, XT;. 83f,SS: "T'd wSr?oW3S: mm iiifii. Virginia Ave., near Beach. Atlantic City. N. J. Open all the year. Fine table. Suites with private bath. Handsomely furnished. Perfect sanitary arrangements. Elevator to all floors. Special ratee for June. Capacity. 250. MRS. N. R. HAINES. Owner and Proprietor. fel-150t.l0 AUESHIIRST, 1*. J. The CURLEW HOTEL COTTAGES. ALLENHUR8T. N. J. Now open under new management. A new palm room, with a la carte service haa been added. Booklet. G. WILLIS LEONARD. Je20-Su.tu.th.8a.t6t.7 BEACH HAVEN. 1?. J. The Emgleside Now open. The bent combination of sea shore features on the coast. Matchless bay for sailing and Ashing; perfect beach and bathing. The Engleside has all the.modern conveniences, private baths, with sea and fresh water. Book let. B. F. ENOLE. Mgr. myl-60t.l0 CAPE MAY. N. J. Opens June 26. American Plan TERMS MODERATE. GESSLER A SMITH. Jel4-tu.th.satoJe20 LONOPORT, N. J. THE DEVONSHIRE. LONGPORT. N. J.?DNOB strncted ocean view from every room; every ointment and convenience Special rates to 15. Booklet. W. BOICE. Jel7-30t.4 appol July OCEAN CITY, ?. J. Hotel Mayhem^, all attractions; tine ocean view; spacious porches; table and beds first-clan*: electric lights; artesian watpr* rooms on fiult^ with bath; day mt?s, and $2.50; special aeason rates. Send for booklet. Jel0-th,sa.tu.30t,7 S. H. MAI BERRY. Oceanic Hotel Urged. Most desirable location. Capacity. 200. Elevator; service and table unexcelled. Mrs. L. BAKEh. Jelft-sa. Su. tu. th.aOt.4 Ocean City, N. J. Healthiest and prettiest resort on Jersey coast. Excellent bav ami ocean yachting and flahlng. Boardwaik-to^Boardwaik trolley to Atlantic City. Cottages -uid Bungalows to let. Write for Illus trated t took let. hotel list and other Information. PI'BLICITI BUREAU. my 15-sa.tn. th.28t.8 Normandie, Ocean City, N. J. New hotel; 100 room*: baths; sea water. Full Information Sunday's psper. Jel2-54t.eSu.4 OCEAN GROVE. !*. J. FOUNTAIN HOUSE, Formerly the Sheldon. New management; newly furulhhed; facing park, near ocean. Auditorium and Casino. Private baths. Capacity. 330. Table unexcelled; special rates to families. Booklet. Jei:t-Su.tu.th.s-24t The Summerfield,S.,T ?'r looking ocean on Ocean Pathway. Terms mod erate. Booklet. F. S. HAYNES. Jeb-tu,tli,su,Su-24t,4 Block from ocean and J9 Asbury Park. SpecisI rates June Septemlicr. Jel-tu.th.Su. 14t.4 Sv B. LIPPINCOTT. THE~LLEWELYN, l'nol?structed ocean view. Special Jus"* rates. Booklet. Jc6-tu.th.s.Su.l6t 1. DOWNING. WAVFDH V |,",hw"y? W V * , near beach. Service snd table unsurpsssed; telephone; Msy to October. H. H. ALCOCK. my23-tu.th.Su-24t Ocean nath way, directlv on twach. Pnobstrwted view of oceaii and Audi torium. Broad verandas overlooking sea. Mrs. C. A. COX. my23-Su.tu.th-20t.4 The Arlington, ??KANN. yROVE Now open. Special ratea to July 15. Capacity, ato. Booklet. M. A. MILLAR. JelO-th.Su.tu.mt..-> SEASIDE HOTEL, T5,ro" The largest and leading hotel on the ocean front. All guests' looms overlooking the o>-esn. Book let. A. H. STOCKTON. JeI5-dl?Sn 30t POINT PLEASANT, N. J. THE LEIGH TON, Point Pleasant. N. J., directly on l>ea'-t). Opens June l!>. Booklet. K. H. CARLISLE. Jcl3-Su.tu,thUt EB RESORTS. ASBURY PARK. N. J. THE LAFAYETTE,' Asbury Park. Exclusive patronage; large ?ntn bor private baths and public showers Jnst installed. Bachelor suites and single rooms; Iflppbonc In every room. Concrete fireproof roof, piaxzas and kitchen. Booklet. Jel3-Sn.tu.th.s-24t M. H. FROST. Hotel West End, Overlooking oi-i-an and esplanade. Capacity. 250. Booklet. K. I.. TF.X BROECK. je24-tb.sa.Sii.tu.24t.5 THE VICTORIA, Asbury Park, N. J., 3d and Ocean aves. Twen ty-seventh s<-a?on. Rooms eu suite, with bath. Snn parlors. Booklet. S. KEMPF. ii>h14-Su.tti,th.?a,tf.fi aMIvFTf.RX HOTEL BY THE SEA. HOTEL COLUMBIA AND COTTAGES. M AIXTAIXING A REFINED PATRONAGE. Opens June !!?. Capacltv. 4'*0. Booklet, join -d&Su :;ot W. HARVEY .lf?NF.S. Owner. HOTEL SAlNT JAMES7 Asburr Turk. N. J. Block from ocean. Central to all attractions. F. W. BOCK, Prop. Sii.tii.th.?.liu Hotel Brunswick, A*bu? j*rk' NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON. For booklet, rates and reservations address MORGAN & TARSONS. tny.lO-Su.tu. th,sa-26t,8 The Clarendon, Ahbur^"\i;ii; Sunset lake, overlooking oc?an; capacity. ISO. Orchestra. A. R. P1XXEY. Owner and Prop. Jel3-Su.1u.th.s-2fit MRTROPOMTA!* HOTEIi, Asbury Park. X. J.: <>n Anbury ate., near beach: capacity, 200; n model family hotel; booklet and terms <>n application. S. T. CHAMPION. le13-1ii.th.s.Sn-15t ? ?ASbT RY PARK'S NEW HOTEL," The RegJna, 5? 2" ?? rooms; private; baths; booklet. F. L. OGDEN. JeO-t n.th.s.Su-20t Now open. Whole square on Ocean anil Wesley Lake. Only hotel running American and European plau. Rates, $15 np. Cuf<-. BLY * KELSEY, Props. my23-tu.th.sa.Sii.20t.fi Now open. 2d ave., block from ocean. Pri vate baths; elevator. Booklet. THOMAS NOBLE. jelS-Su.tn. th.s-24t Hotel Colon Sail NORTH ASBFRY PARK, N. J. Eighth ave. and Beach: new and modern: cater ing to a refined patronage. Now open. Booklet. JelR-ni.th,Su-14t.8 Mrs. T. V. S1LVA. Propr. THE LEADLEY, Fourth ave., one block from ocean; 20th season. Now open. PROBST & LEADLEY. Je8-tu.th.Su.2fit.4 Hotel Edgemere, Asbury Park. N. J.; one door from ocean; now open; telephone In each room; private bath* and elevator; capacity, 250; booklet. Je8-tn.th.8u,14t.7 J. E. RAINE A SON. The New Magnolia. New hotel?150-ft. veranda. Magnificent ocean snd lake view; private batha; rooms single and ea suite; capacity 150. Booklet. D. J. CUMMINGS. my30 Sii.tu.th.sa.I5t Hotel "Bristol, ,zi%: Direct ocean front. Asbury Park. N. J. En larged nnd remodeled; private baths; superior service and cuisine; spacious verandas; elevator; music; capacity, 400. Kor booklet rates, etc. ad dress BAXTA A HILYARD. jel7-th.sa.Su.tu.32t. 7 THE BERWIN, ASBFRY PARK. N. J. Absolutely first-class; elevator to street level; rooms en suite, with bath* S. BAKER BROOKS. je3-th.sa.Su.tn.20t.5 The Madison, ocean. Boardwalk and Arcade; telephone; even ins dinners: liooklet. J. K. DODMAN. my30-Su.tu,tb-20t,4 TO E^SLJ RF"H OUSE, Asburv Park. 1st ave., ,v? yards from <?eean. Capacity. ISO. Booklet. E. A. MARTIN. Jel3-Sn.tn.th.s-2?it The Maryland, beach; capacity 100 Southern cooking; June and season rates. Booklet. E. A. CROPPER. Je?-tu.th.s.Su-24t COLEMAN HOUSE, Whole square on the ocean. Opens June 20. Capacity, 400. Kame management as HOTEL MARLBOROUGH Leading all-year hotel. Capacity. 250. Booklets. A. M. SEXTON. je30-Su.tu.th.sa.20t.ft SEASIDE PARK, W. J. Sea Girt, N. J. The Manhasset, parks,x.fj. Open now. Directly on ocean. Bay 2 miles wide at rear. Elevator to street level. Station ary washstands. Private baths. For Illustrated booklet address (Mlssi S. M? HANLEY, (late of Savoy, t'helsea. Atlantic Clty>, the Newport, ltith and Spruce sts., Philadelphia. Je22-dtoJe28inc.then tu th sa.30t.15 SEA GIRT, If. J. BEACH HOUSE, Directly on ocean front: new, experienced hotel management; hotel entirely rehabilitated; fine new grillroom; garage; capacity 200; orchestra. JOHN B. REXWICK of Nassau Inn. Prop. Jefi-tu.th.a.Su-20t J. JAY BENSON. Manager. The Tremomt, surroundings. Special Jnne rates. Booklet. S. HINKSON-WOODWARD. Mgr. mylfl-Sn.tn.th.sa.30t.4 Parker House, ?na Sean. "irJi: Now own; 30th season; mo.Iern. Send for booklet. Mrs. THOS. DEVLIN. Jefi-tn.th.Su-2fit SPRING LAKE. IV. J. Lake, THE ALLAIRE, Directly on the Beach. Booklet. E. M. RICHARDSON. my23-Su,tu,th.sa.28t,4 W81 bail rton=lby=the=Sea, SPRING LAKE BEACH. N. .1. Remodeled and refurnished. Directly on the beach. GEORGE D. RUSSELL. JclO-tk.aa.Sn.tn.lBl.5 ? SQUAN REACH, IV. J. ~Wfley inn, On Squan beach and Barnegat bay. on line of Pa. R.R.; midway between Xew York and Phlla.; fine surf bathing, sailing and fishing; rates, $10 per week upward; opens June 28 for 24th season. Address Mrs. C. H. VAN GAASBEEK. Mgr., Je8-tu.th.sa. 141.10 449 West I23d St.. N. Y. WILDWOOD, N. J. New Modern Beach-Front Hotel. Located In choicest section of Wlldwood. Hot and cold aea water In all baths. For booklet and rates address JOHN J. SH AXFELTER, Wlldwood. N. J. Hotel Seacrest, 5SS?V?r,bKK rooms with prlvnte baths: coach at tralna. je!3 30t GEO. BANKS. Wlldwood. N. J. DELAWARE. HOTEL HENLOPEN, KEHOBOTH BEACH. DELAWARE. Now open for the season of 11W0. Write for booklet. WALTER BUHTON, Owner and Proprietor. Jel0toJy31 MARYLAND. THE DUNBAR. ON LOWER POTOMAC; IN creased accommodations: motor boating, hath Ing. fishing free, artesian water: good table; 97 per week. W. WALLACE DUNBAR. Ridge. St. Mary Co.. Md. Jefl-30t*.4 The Mountain Lake Hotel AND The Chautauqua Hotel, MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK, MD. Now open: under one management: free bus, baths and all modem conveniences; near Casino. l>owllng alleys and other amusements. For terms address W. C. DUNNING TON, Prop. jel0-30t.l0 THE NIBRAH COTTAGE, BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. MD. New house. Everything first-class and modern. Excellent table. Xetir Casino skating rink, tiowllng alleys. Danclns. I?ng distance phone. VVrite Mrs. JENNIE A. HARBIN. Je22 10t?,7 POTOMAC H?>TEU ST. GEORGES ISLAND, Md.-Opens iuly 11. with all the usual attrac tions. Rates moderate. Take ateamera Md.. Del. A- Va Ry. Co. to Ptney Point wharf, where boats will be ready to convey guests to the Island. ADAM8 BROS. J?tf2 45t HOTEL LAWRENCES, LEONARDTOWN. MD.; known as the hotel for the c^mforte of home; good bathing, boating, fishing, etc.; terms mod crate. by week or month. POX WELL & JOHNSON. Propra. Jel7-tli.6a.Su-14t*.6 SUMMER RESORTS. MARYLAND. THE ST. CHARLES HOT EI,: BEAUTIFULLY situated at the foot of the Catoctln mountain* on main line of B. ft O. Ry.; excellent ban* fishing and boating. Washington Junction, Md. Je6-tu.th.sa.l4t.4 " Mrs. Viers, RockvSSSe, Md. Now open. Excellent table. Terms moderate. Convenient to cars. Beautiful aurroundlngs. jeR-sa.tu.?h.l4t-4 VIRGINIA COTTAGE. OrEN MAY 20. Ocean Front Dining Room. OCEAN CITY, MD. Mrs. ESTELLE M. COWMAN. jeS-eol.1t*4 THE ALLEGHANY HOUSE. Mountain Lake Park. Md. Now open. Good table and all modern conven iences. Address Mra. DAISY CRANE. jelO-SOt.4 LOCH LYNN HOTEL. Mountain Lake Park, Md. NOW OPEN. Modern conveniences. Casino, with swimming pool, bowling alleys ana pool rooms. Golf, tennis, boating. Excellent music. L? For booklet, terms, etc.. address L. B. C. LIST, Proprietor. mr20-2m. 10 THE FEATHER COTTAGE. Now cip*n. Hot and cold hatha. Modern ronven '"T*- Mrs K. O. CHANCE. Jel0-.VH.4 Mountain Lake Park. Md. THE VIRGINIA HOME. Under the management of Miss Annie Snyder, and THK MARYLAND INN. Under the management of Misa Girtie Home, Are now open for permanent and transient ruests At the beautiful summer report. Terma moderate. MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK, MD. jelO-.tOt. 10 Hotel Brad dock, BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. MD. T./jrv "P?? ,or lM'r?n?n''nt and transient guesta. ?Urt> and drv; no malaria; no mosquitoes. R>wimi with and without private baths. Plenty amuse ments at the Casino. Roller skating, bowling, F,,r terms. etc., address JolO aot.lQ P. E. LONG. OCEAN CITY.?MARYLAND'S SUPERB RE-" sort; finest surf bathing; cool climate HOTEL PLIMHIMMON and COTTAGES. Ocean front. Booklet. It T. SHREVE. 1e21 -SOt.4 ~ FALIyON COTTAGE. ~ ' ,.w^,nvrn- Cheerful rooms an<I good table. Half block from Auditorium. Write for terms J*;?a'oNNIK MURPHY. Mountain Lake Park. Md. Tihe IRre;ai liners ocean city. md. U line OITCdUKerS, Direction the Beach. Sanitary plumbing. Bath houses. Open June 28. Own?r and Manager, Miss M. E. NEWTON. m.v2fi-:50t*4 PINEY TOINT HOTEL J?th season opens June 20. Bathing, boating, fishing, crabbing, dancing, etc. Tournament and bail July 4 and Labor day. Hept 6. Terms ami booklet. WARREN TOLSON. Piney Pt.. St. Marys Co.. Md. je16-30t-4 Betterton, Md., on '? beautiful Chesa peake bay. Refined house. Camping grounds to rent. Booklet. A. H. SLPLEE. Jel5-o0t.4 ' HOTEL ST. MARY'S, LEONARDTOWN. MD.. on Britton's bay; open all year around; no mos quitoes; steam heat; baths: gas; artesian wa ter; hunting, bathing, fishing and boating; rates. 92 per day; special rates bv week or month. J. ROLAND DUKE, Mgr. 1el2-30t OCEAN CITY, MD.?NEW AVALON. OPEN FOB the season; large, elry noma; excellent table; C)d bathing: bathrooms attached with sbower t?>. M.-a. K. C. HASTINGS. my26-30t?,4 MASSACHUSETTS. QUAINT CAPE COD?AN IDEAL PLACE FOR vacations. Send for beautifully Illustrated free book. Write A. B. SMITH. General Passen ger Agent, Room 135, N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R.t New Haven. Conn. Jell-30t,4 NEW HAMPSHIRE. SUGAR HILL, N. H. Under New Management. Ideal location. Altitude, 2,000 ft. Excellent Spring Water. Moderate price*. Special rates for July and September. Jel.V16t.10 A. E. SAFFORD. prop. On the New England Coast New Casile PORTSMOUTH, N. H. Unsurpassed in beauty of sur rounding? and perfection of service Golf Course Surf and Yachting Still Bathing Fishing Garage Accommodates 400 Opens June Mth. Send for beautiful booklet. WENT WORTH HOTEL CO. H. W. PRIEST. Managing Direct>i, Portsmouth, N. H. my20-tfc,Su,tu,10t,42 NEW YORK. B combined in "The Wayside Inn." Situated on beautiful Lake Luxerne, Warren County, N.Y. (twenty-two miles from Saratoga), and surround ed by pine forests. Natural attractions height ened by golf, tennis courts, boat and bath houses, garage and stables. A casino affording dances and private theatricals on the grounda, with a talented orchestra in attendance. The Inn and surrounding cottages are heated by steam. Rooms with and without private baths. Long distance telephone and telegraph communications. Special accommodations for servants. Season opens June 26. Rates fl7.50 per week up. Booklet with map, address, until June 20, c. M. LEWIS, Proprietor, Hotel Richmond, Washing ton, D. C. The Hotel Frontenac 1,000 Islands, St. Lawrence River NOW OPEN. A marn'flcent hotel, delightfully altnated on an island In the St. Lawrence river, wltfc an ex clusive class of patronage. The favorite water for motor boats aid boat racing. Flahlng row ng and alt aouatlc srwrta. An extremely ?c tureaque nlne-ioie golf course free to fuZnt, of the hotel; alao tennla and other anorta Un equaled bs.?a and freih water fishing near'hotel For booklet and full Information address C. G. TRUSSELL. Manager. Hotel Frontenac. Thousand Islands, N. Y (Also Mgr. Bon Air, Auguata. Ga.) * my9-Su.tu.th.sa.30t, 20 ' ? SEND 6 CENTS POSTAGE FOR "A SUMMER PARADISE." A. A. HEARD. G. P. A.. ALBANY, N. Y. Je7-80t BASH BISH INN, BerLsblre Pass. Columbia county, N. T. Delightful summer resort In the Berkshire mountains; magnificent ncenerv; tront brooks French cuisine; beet of bens: moderate rate#-' booklet. FRED. E. VACHERON, Mgr. Je5-80t*.T The Glen Springs WATKINS GLHN ON SENECA LAKE, N. Y. in the Heart of the Lake Country. On "The Scenic Route." THE American Nauheim A perfectly appointed Hotel of the highest class. Curative Medicinal Mineral Springs for Gout. Rheumatism, Anemia and diseases of the Heart, Kidneys and Nervous System. The most completely equipped and modern bathing establishment In America. GOLF. TENNIS. BOATING. RIDING, DRIVING. AUTOMOBILING. For Illustrated Booklet# addreaa Wb. E. L^fflngwell. Pres.. Wat kins, N. Y. Jcl6-30t,35 RHODE 1SLAKP. The Gardner House, J"op7.to>Twp^t.1" Open June 1. Modern improvement*. Livery and garage. Booklet. N. S. LITTLBFIELD * SON myl-eo.30t.4 ? VERMONT. UP AMONG VERMONT'S GREEN HILLS AND on lake Champlaln; best summer resort re gion. Terms, $5 to $10 per week. Handsomely Illustrated booklet, containing 150 pages, fall Information; also details tercentenary celebra tion, Lake Champlaln. Send 6c to "SUMMER HOMES." No. 48. St. Albans. Vt.. or 385 it T ?* P?r?onal application, my 23- Su, t u, th,sa-30t, 10 SUMMER RESORTS. PB1?RSTLTA!?A. BIBNA VISTA SPRINGS. PA.. IN THE BU'E RIDGE MOUNTAINS?Delightful cottage, at tractively furnished; msgnifleent view. fln? water; bo mosquitoes or malaria. M. * J. BRANDT. Je23-7t 11 E. Read St.. Baltimore. Md. THE EsSICK. 2.ROO ft. In Alleghenles; cottage*; steam best; electric light: casino: golf; tennis; Ashing. Booklet. II. M. ESS1CK, Ksslck Heights. Pa. my23-Su.tu.th.f 40t,4 Bedford SpringsHotel & Baths BEDFORD SPRINGS, PENNA. Modern Comfort*. Equipment awl Methods. Tennis. Golf. Bowling:. Horseback Hid- j Ingr and the famous Swimming Pool. Special facilities for automobile tourists j Now Open Jel.VtSOt. 14 Hotel Wesatmkiriig,, Lake WesaU king, Brndford Co.. Pa. Delightfully situated In the Allegheny mountains; table unexcelled: all sport*. Write for booklet and rates. WALTER TOWNSEND. je4-?Ot.5 FRANKLIN CO.. PA., OPENS JUNE 19. In the heart of the Bine Ridge mountain. S hours' run from Washington. Modern In every particular. All indoor and outdoor * porta. Booklet. Address EDW. DAVIS. my27-30t.l4 Hotel Rennert. Balto. MONTEREY INN AND COTTAGES. In the beart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, two hours from Baltimore by the Western Maryland railroad. Open June 23. Address Ll'CIAN DI KE. P. O. Box 432. Baltimore, Md.. until June 15, thereafter Blue Ridge Summit. Pa. Je4-tf THE KITTATINNY, THE LEADING HOTEL AT THE) DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA. Now open. I.argegt and most modern. Orches tra. Social diversions. Golf, tennis, bowling. Table supplied from own farm. Garage. Livery. Write for speclHl June and July rates and book let showing hotel. Klttatinny Park scenes, aato maps. Klttatinny coach meets at! trains. Fourth of July attractions. . G. FRANK COPE. m.vIS tf.12 VIRGINIA. LEESBURO INN. LEESBIRG. VA. SUMMER lioarders; fine table; good service; house newly furnished: rates reasonable. Apply to EICIIAR * BARRY. jel9-30t*4 HOTEL ROYAL ? ONE-HALF MILE FROM Front Royal, Va.; Blue Ridge Mountains, North Hnd South Forks Shenandoah River; fourth season (same management); modern im provements; popular amusements; livery first class; boats and bait for fishermen; special rates for families. Full Information, S. B. PERKINS, Front Royal. Va. (last season at Waterllck Sulphuj Springs. Vs.). Jel3-18t*8 "NORTH HILL." CASTLEMANS FERRY. VA. * tin ml. from Wash, via Rluemont: valley, mt. and water scenery; shaded grounds and drives; fishing, boating, swimming; spring beds; no children; dally mall. ll.F.D.: telephone: good fare; fresh meats, milk, fruits, fowls; $7 per wk. till Nov.; circular Star office, ?>r MAURICE CASTUSMAN, Oaxtlemans Ferry. Clarke Co.,Vu. jel0-90t,8 Ye!EowSul|j5ilhiu!rSprIirags9Va Crest of the Alleghenles. Open June 1. Booklet. myl-90t.4 W. T> PAXTON. Prop "THE LOUDOUN" FAMILY HOTEL. SITI ated In the mountains; modern conveniences; open all the year. JNO. D. CHAPIN, Blue monl. Ixradoun eo., Va. jel7-th.sa.Su,tu-13t THE BLUE RIDGfTYnTl " In the Blue ftiage Mountains, 58 miles fro-n Washington, D. C. One mile from Bluemont. Va. Opens June 15. For further Information address W. A. MORTON. Detnonet P. O., Clarke Co., Va. m.vl6-Su,tu&th 30t*-5 THE INTERMONT HOTEL.! Always open, always cool. No mosquitoes. A. DE ARMIT, Covington. Va. Je3-3nt.4 ORKNEY SPRINGS. VIRGINIA. HOTEL AND BATHS. In the mountains; elevation 2.300 ft.; seven different mineral waters free to guests; beauti ful scenery; pleasant people; good table; ca pacity. 750. Rates one-half similar resorts. Booket. II. C. CARTER. Prop. W. F? FAIR FIELD. Mgr. my30,30t WATERLICK WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS opens June 15. under new management, with all modern Improvements; private baths. Rates. $30 to $50 per month. Jel-30t T. 8. DUNCAN. Waterllck. Va. WEST VIRGINIA. AURORA HOUSEv A^A* IN THE BEAUTIFUL ALLEGHANIF.S. Now open. Modern improvements. Every thing well kept and homelike. Excellent table. Music. Wooded walks and drives. Horseback rid ing. For illustrated booklet, mrnis. etc.. address mylS^t.S J. A. SHAFFER. PROP'R. THE DUNN HOTEL. In the mountains of W. Va. Now open. Modern conveniences. For terms and booklet address A. E. HUNTER. Berkeley Springs, W. Va. Jel2-sa,tu.th.l4t-4 WMte Sulphur Springs (The "OLD WHITE" Sulphur). Season June 23 to Sept. 15. Famous for its sulphur baths. Mod ern Improvements, with private baths Perma nent orchestra. Terms. $15 to $2T. week, $S0 to $90 per month. Write for illustzated bootlet. Address GEO. A. MILLS. Manager. White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. mvl-Su.tu.th.39t THE MORRELL HOUSE OPF.N.S JUNE loT beautiful grounds, good rooms mnt tabl*. Ad dress Mrs. REBECCA HERROLL, Harpers Ferry. W. Va. Je7 60t HILL TOP HOUSE. AMONG THE MOIIN taina of West Virginia, 56 m!!?s from Wash ington; many dally trains; goon table: artesian water. Send for booklet. T. S. L0VETT, Harper'* Ferry. W. Va. myl9-tf THE LOCKWOOD AND ANNEX. Harpers Feny. W. Va. Open June 10 At tractive grounds. Table excellent. Terms mod erate. A. P. DANIEL, Proj?. my25-tf,4 MOUNTAIN VIEW COTTAGES" Select summer boarding. Open June t. De lightfully situated. For terms apply to Mrs. h; H. HUNTER, Berkeley Springs, W. Va. Je20-14t?4 Now open. Select sum mer boarding: delightfully situated. For terms ad dress OAKWOOD HALL, Berkeley Springs. W.Va. Jel0-30t.4 THE WASHINGTON HOTEL. Excellent table; elevator; all modern conven iences; near springs and mountains. For terms address G. W. BISER, Berkeley Springs, W. Va. Jel0-30t.4 JEFFERSON HOTEL. SHADED LAWN. Large library. Good table. Near Harpers Ferry. JeB-eot.4 Shenandoah Junction. W. Va. MOUNTAIN BOARD. CAMP SCHLEY INN. Braddock Heights, Md. The Ideal summer re sort. Address THOS. C. CORLBNTZ. Jel8-30t,4 Braddock. Md. ALONG CATOCTIN MOUNTAIN. ON ELEC trlc railroad, hiflf way between Frederick and Braddock- Heights; best of board and beautiful location. $6 week. GEO. HETT, Frederick, Md. Jel3-fl0t.4 BERKELEY INN. BERKELEY SPRINGS. W. Va.; Ideal health resort; right at the Springs; delightful rooms: excellent cooking. For terms address Mrs. ANNIE AMBROSE. jeI0-30t,4 CLIFTON COTTAGE, BERKELEY SPRINGS. W. Va.; select summer hoarding; just across the street from celebrated springs. For terms | address Mrs. D. C. SOMMERS. jei0-30t,4 THE AVALON. IN CATOCTINE MOUNTAINS; altitude, 1.200 ft. Pure air, good water. All mi>dern convenience* and no mosqnltos. For terms address Mrs. THOS. n. M^ERS, Brad dock Heights, Frederick Co., Md. Jewish patronage not solicited. Je7-90t-8 SILVIA POTTAGE. BRADDOCK HEIGHTS, Md. Excellent table; hot and cold water baths. Electric cars to Frederick and Hagers town. Misses LAMAR. Braddock Heights, Frederick Co.. Md. Je7-30t-4 SEACHR1ST MOUNTAIN HOUSE; NEW CA slno and other amusements; high altitude; ?x cellent table. Address Mrs. J. W. SEA CHRIST, Braddock Heights. Md.; Fred'k Go. Je7-80t-4 MEMPHIS MAN MASSING. Former Head of Toledo Company j Disappears in Pittsburg. PITTSBURG, June 24.?Thomas H. Mil burn, seventy-three, a prominent citi aen of Memphis, Tenn., who has been visiting relatives here for several weeks, Is missing: and the police last night de tailed detectives to locate him. Mr. Milburn, who was at one time head of the Milburn Wagon Company of To ledo, Ohio, suffered a stroke of paralysis recently which affected his eyesight. Sues Husband for Maintenance. Declaring that her husband, Andrew Neal, celebrated the eighth anniversary of their marriage last Sunday week by beating her, Mrs. Ella F. Neal has filed suit for maintenance sgalnst him. i Through Attorney T,. M. King she says | she was married June l.'t, 15*01. in Ker shaw. S. C. She alleges cruelty and .asks that her husband be enjoined from draw-| ing $600 on deposit at a local banking in stitution. LOAN COMPANIES. Stile Entrance on i?th St. Private (MBcci. Homing Will Solve The Money Problem. ?mptlv *tche?? ms "f J/ it 1 be Large or mii?II Mtiim promptly loaned on Diamonds. Watches or Jewelry. Easy terms repayment. Interest at lOW rate of Money Loaned Salaried People. HORNING, 9th & D, JeS-TtHd STRICT IA PRIVATE I/OANS ON CHATTF.IjS. plannx. etc.; no delay. n<> rod tape; other OfMii l>?iilew ps id off. I'wlttvrly Mm- ?*t rate In this city. Address Box 4*. Star offl-v. JcZitf If you are in need of money Any amoaut. yon can g?t it here immediately. H. K. Fulton's Loan Office (K8TART.1SHED 1870*. 314 9TII ST. N.W. * Loans made on Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry. ap8-tf,14 Oold. Silverware. etc. & ?=<ij U?? Our Moreev for a VACATION T<->u ran pay It ha<-k when jou return In small monthly payments. Yom can have a year'* time, if neeennary. ABSOI.I IKI.V NO ONE will know of It. If you hav>- h loan now we will pay it off and advance more money. We loan on furniture, pianos, team*, fixture*, etc.. without removal. AT THE LOWEST RATBS in the e!iy; also on Roods in storage. If you want a PRIVATE loan, till out this blunk. mail it to us and our agent will call at once. Tel. M. 4,173. Name Address Amount wanted, f DISTRICT LOAN CO., 6G9 F ?t. 11.w. Private ofHi-es. Cor. 7th & F Sts. (S>- ' SQUARE UP Let us advance the money to clear up any debts you may have and provide additional money for present use. $10 to $300 Loaned on FURNITURE. PIANOS, TEAMS. etc.. in a few hours. Oo Easy Terms Made to suit you, whoever you may be or what ever your circumstances. Other Loan Companies paid off. Call, Phone or Write. POTOMAC GUARANTEE LOAN COo9 925 "F" Street N.W. Second Floor, Singer Building, jeft tf.4t? Phone M. 63ft. ONLY Per month for loans In all amounts. This In cludes all our charges. Others advertise lowi-r rates. ete.; they almost offer to give you the money; but when you go to their offlee they will confront you with ail sorts of charges for com missions, extras, etc., which make the lonn cost many times what they advertise. We make no such charges. No admission fee*: no charges for drawing up papers. Others' ads sound good, hut investigate them, find out all the cost, thf-n let us tell yon what we are doing and have been doing for twelve years. The i-omparlson will surprise you. Our indorsement Is in the people of Washington who have dealt liere and been satisfied with our rates and the courtesy shown them. We make payments to suit your conven ience, and ask no [lavment on interest or prin cipal until TWO MONTHS FROM THE DAY YOU (SET THE LOAN. No ctiarge whatever for the first month. We are leaders: others fol low. Let us pay up yonr loan and advan-e you more money. On loans of flflxi and more our rate Is only >4 per cent per month Instead of 2 per cent. CONFIDENTIAL; PRIVATE; NO DKLAY. MATIOWM, L0AS9 Mi HWESTIiEiT CfflMPMY Thompson BIdg., 703 15th st. 11.w. Next to Drug Store. Opposite Treasury. ap2f?-30d RATES. NEW COMPANY. HEW PLAN! /A .0 Organized for the purpose of loaning money to those who cannot afford to pay high rates, on FURNITURE. PIANOS. TEAMS and to SALARIED EMPLOYES on plain note without security. $50-12 monthly installments of $T>.90. $100?12 monthly installments of $11.25 POSITIVELY no other charges. Other amounts in proportion. FIRST PAYMENT MADE DUE TWO MONTHS FROM DAY YOU GET THE LOAN WITHOUT EXTRA COST. We will make you a lower rate than any one else, no matter what that rate is, providing you are t?OOD PAY. We are catering to the better class of business. Other loan companies, etc., paid off. POTOMAC FINANCIAL El. 1224 a St. N.W.<Cor- lst"> Ilooms 20 and 21. Second Floor Front. Phono Main 489. ap27tf Money Loaned Salaried People and others, without security; easy payments: offices in tSi principal cities; save yourself money by getting my terms first. D. H. TOL UJlN, Room 506. 5&i 15th st. n.w. nolg'tf.tj MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE & OTH ers upon their own noles, without security; easiest terms; confidential. Knowing ones who have dealt elsewhere especially Invited. My proposition will please. H. ELWOOD. Km.410, Jenifer bidg., 7 & D. je22-tf,5 MONEY TO LOAN ?on DIAMONDS, WATCHES and Interest, per cent. J E\V ELR 1. LOUIIS ABRAHAMS, 433 9th street northwest. *pl8-90t,14 JOY RIDES TO EXPOSITION. Travelers Provided With Music and Meals at Half Cost. CHICAGO, Juno "J4.?Competition l?c tween western railroads for the bulk ot travel to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposi tion at Seattle has reached another notch In the official announcement of one that all its limited trains will be supplied with phono graphs for the entertainment of passen gers. Daily programs of grand opera selec tions and popular music are announced. On the dozen new trains put on recently by the railroad other unique bids for patronage have been made. One began to make"a~ bid~t'oi- I he"busi ness by furnishing a table d'hote meal for $1, beginning with a cocktail and ending with a cigar, which cost nearly twice that amount. Other roads fol lowed suit. A second road announced that it had bought a chicken farm, potato farm and cows that give milk of the kind that makes cream, and the company also provides eggs, stamped with the date of their ??birth." A third then announced the provision of women stenographers and clothes press ing attachment free of charge. Now the acme has been reached by adding musical programs. The Richmond. Fredericksburg and Po tomg' Railroad Company has closed a contract with Phillips & Allport, con tractors. for the erertion of a large new freight depot at Fredericksburg, including grudinc and lading out the freight yards. MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. I HAVE A EI*NI> OK W.nnn To I.O\N ON !M prove<! city pmpfrty; eoinni l*?inn 1 ceui. OKO. HHNHERSON. jelJ> 7t* 141#* K -I WE IIAVK TRK mJiOWINO 55 !\ iiwri to loan on T>. C?. real es'ate: $S00. SLWM. fi.r>no, |2.ooo. .sno. $r>."00. H.'kvv $ .<?"?? Jt.000 arel other siufin ui> to $20,000; ecotioml ral consideration for borrower*. _JelJ. tr MOORF * HII.I i Inr V 1883 H ?t MONEY~TO To AN ON CITT AND Sl'BUUBAN property. Low rates. H. I, THORNTON. ?ij59S? ( SO" 13th st. n.ie TO I .OA N SI'Kl't M, ECNlV OK $4 o r> v> p? loan on titsMe t>ti<ln's!i property at t'Vr: al-?o fund of JS.OOO or Ie?s to loan at 'Tr on im proved property. BUTLER-TALIAFERRO C". Cor. 9th and H n.w. mylft-tf 1200.000.00 or any part thereof. to loan a? lonest fate* of in'ereat on P. r renl e*ta?e. I.KM TOWERS. ,tr . Real Estate. l.oan* and Insursne*. ?l?7 tf.7 1421 K street n.w. FIRST a\p sK'0\r> trust tow? We will loan ttiore on tout p"opertr than ?i? other concern Lowest rnto?. All amonnt?. Ka? tnent* arranend to ?ntt toii. NO DELAYS OPEN" KVT1T. r. "?o r M. nationm row .v investment en. Thompson Ride. 703 lMh f? ti *v , 3d floor Opposite Treaaurv. N>*t to Pnt Store. aptfltf MONEY TO LOAN* IN St*MS TO St'IT \T fTR rent rate* of interest on real estate In th? District of Columbia FITCII. FOX A- FROWN. le|-tf <; ?t n rr ! PRIVATE PARTY H\S VOvKT To t o * \ IV any amount from ftfl fn (500 < n ptanoa. ttMM* hold goods. cferr. fi\t'ires. automobile* fy>r??? ? nd wagons. Indorsed notes lowest rntes In cltr; "i-ompanr" or r-d tape; strletlr eoi\ fldentist Station O. Rot 2401 spH-tf.4 MOM 1 TO I.OAN ON RKAT FS" VTF Lorr int'-re^f Rei;soT<aMe fro? r-^m n a t|o?. LARGE I.O ANS \ Sl'Fn \1 T \* GEO. W. LINKINS. POO L?TH ST. N W. | mhlB-tf jio\k> to i.ttxN on mTrmveo rrr\ ri^ \i estate at lowest eiirrent rites of Interest Sp elnl privileges with rest-eet to - tor p:ivm--' ' f.arffe Hinonnts s sp.-elaltv TYLER A RUTH 1 EREORli. 730 ISth at. n w fe!>tf.5 I.OANS NEGOTIATED < >N UTRoWD <*?>! lateral. >-tieh as St?wk*. Itonds, R!<1~ a- '! t ?<? t Ass'n Shares, old line l ife |n?urn:..e l\.|i. ie I Syndicate Cert Wet ten. t-fe. No i|elav 1 V BAKER. Rooms 50 S2. 1110 K. Phone M R17. i"h to.tf MONKV TO I.OAN AT IX>WKST RATESOE IN j terest on I> C. real estate No unretiMmalil* delav. WAI.TEIt H \?'KFR. mh?f? tf.o I42<> K st n w MONEY TO IjO VN MN Dr. REAL ESTATE I/iwr-t rates of Interest I'a inn it on p>-inelji?l in amounts of JlrtO <>r more ?eee|ved it nnv In terest period THE E II SMITH COMPANY. Bond iiids.. 140S New York nve. n.w. ?>o? t* IK YOI WANT Tit BORROW <>R I.OAN. BCY or sell on real estate. I can save jou time ho 1 oagli. as I pive j.e^o:ial attention 'o all d^als de6-tf,4 J EAR IN OAP8BT S80 13th at. par. MONEY* TO I.OAN-LET PS MAKE TOOR NEW loans or replaee old ones at lowest rates of In terest. All transaetions condueted with eeonom leal eonsideratlon for borrowers. WM. H SAtTNOERS A- rO . 140? K st n w. ap2i90?.J REAL "ESTATE I.OVNS MAIM". AT 4U TO ? Er wnt; every possible eonslderation shown rrowers; we have never foreel<w>d on s property. THE HARRISON* REALTY COMPANY. ? p17-tf A21 13th at. n Washineton. P fl LAUREL. S'poriaJ Corr^spond^n^ of Th^ Sijir. LAl-RBU Md.# June Si. IntelliRTiiro lias iiron rereivod i ere ??f tiio <i?-atli nf Mrs. Kmily IVjsrndorf. wife of Mr. Fredorii-k !?PZ??ti<lorf, a fornu-r rfsidetit of Laurel, who died at f'li'KMiix. j Ariz. ,M?out four years aj;i? \ir. IVzen i dorf moved his family !<? Sanlo I V, N. M . seekinp health fur his wife, and about a year ago the\ moved to Phoenix,. Ar' : Mrs. Dezendorf had hceti ill for ma?i\ j months, although tier death was tinov Mjected. Mr. Dozendorf formerly worked 1 in one of the departments at Washington, and at the present tinv is <-hief of tie I'nited States land offlee special agents n the Arizona district. The funeral t m,k pla'-e at Phoenix. Joseph Barnes, a respeeted liiizen of this place, died very suddenly yesterday after an illness of several months nf heart failure. He was sixty-live years of a>re. ! He is survived by two daughter*. Miss Margaret Barnes anil Mrs."John Tucker, and four sons, Messrs. <Jeorge Barms of Washington, and Daniel. William and Charles Barnes of i^aurel. The funeral will take place Thursday afternoon from the Centenary Methodist Kpiscopal Church, Rev. "D. H. Martin officiating. Mrs. Christina Sewell. who underwent an operation at a hospital in Baltimore, has returned to her homo here. A petition signed by more than 1<*> of the property owners and voters of Laurel has been sent to the mayor and city coun cil asking that a date for an election bo set to vote upon the question of the con struction of a. sewerage system and I lie extension of water mains for the town. Mayor William (lilbert and the mombeis of the council are in favor of a sewer.tpo I for Laurel, and a date will probably in set at the next meeting of the council. NAME JUDGES AND CLERKS. Republican Supervisors in Mont gomery County Plan for Primary. Special Correspondence of The Star. ROCKVILLK, Md . June jr. !!?>!? Judges and clerks to conduct 1 10 re publican primary election soon to he held in this county have been appointed by the supervisors of elections, as follows: Laytonsville district?Luther M. Duvail, Edward 11. Barber and Scott Bolton, judges; Henry H. Griffith and Charles X. Beall, clerks. Clarksburg?William W. D. Dronenburg, R. H. Windsor and J. W. Johnson, judges; James F. Purdum and Charles Tabler, clerks. Poolesville?Charles V. Willard, Sam uel Wright and Isaac Beall, judges; E. C. Compher and Solomon Fisher, clerks. Rockville. first precinct?Albert S. Dal bey. Edward Wood, Jr.. and Arthur Eng land. judges; James S. Dawson and Lewis Hicks, clerks; second precinct?John M. Iloagy; John S. fJilliss and William IL Johnson, judges; William 'Watkins and William il. Beard, clerks. Colesville?Henry <*. Chancy, Samuel S. Bond and Howard .Marlowe, judges; Francis McLeod and E. I*. B. Margci .111, clerks. Darnestown J. William CSarrctL Jamet T. Purdum and John II Allnuti, judge-; E. M. Crawford and Charles W. Wash ington, clerks. Bethesda?1^'wis Keiser. Iia II Kill and P. t?. Michener. judges; A. W. Clei^ na 1 and W. A. Ough, ?-lcrks. Olney, tirst precinct (Jcorye II Jones, Arthur Stabler and Malcolm Far?|ithar, judges; Francis M. Hallow?-ll and It It. Moore, clerks. Second precinct -> 'harlen It. Hartshorne. William E. Brown and Benjamin H. Miller, judges; La fa yet to M. Dwyer and Maurice L. Bentley, clerks. (iaitherstourg?C. Scott Duvall. Janws \. Waters and R. R. Crazier, judges; Wil liam R. Eulks and John W. t'ase, clerk-. Potomac?John Ball. Charles ti. M - Donald and Robert W. Stone, judges; Charles R. Stone and Elmer Slater, clerks. Barnesville? W. W. Hodges, \. Clinton Brown and Daniel Diggins. judges; Henry M. Lindig and John T. On ley. clerk -. Damascus?William II. Burdette. I'riaii T. Watkins and Washington Purdum, judges; James W Burdette and Colum bus W. Day. clerks. Wheaton, tirst precinct- I'pton B Ma> k all. William C. Dwyer and II. < *. Ke fauver, judges; Francis Hard\ and Ed ward Quinter, clerks. Serond precinct - Edward W. Birgfeld. <J. D. Jfoirnes and Edward rt'-' Byrn, judges; Samuel < Brady and James R. Lusby. cle.'-k. As provided by the primary election law, the tirst named in tach preHnct. be ing the officer of registration, is to act as return judye. MASTER PLUMBERS MEET. Liability Insurance Paramount Ques tion Before Convention Today. DETROIT. Mich.. June 2L?Liability in surance was tlie paramount <|uest:on be fore the convention of the National As sociation of Master Plumbers here toda.. Master plumbers and plumbing eon tractors throughout the country feel that they are now charged exorbitant premi ums for insurance issued to them a guaranty against loss through injury to workmen employed 011 KtruMural plumb ing, and the national association has un dertaken the task of obtaining bett?r rates. The election of officers will be held late today and the convention will < lose to morrow with a daylight steamboat rtd? on the Detroit river and Lake St. Clair.