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A WEBB Of CONVKKTIONi CRCW
! .THINtI PAVILIONS ARRI
ON THK NEW-JERSEY COAST.
KINE TC RN 01 "ls AN;* GOOD BATHING
BjhsfSS. July ? (Spedal).?Tbs drives about tho
?? ,,.r_ aro tOPOOOt and th- j.r,.,-,.?s|on of Mpilpagei
f's pass tho hotel ..innot be excelled by any
'" * mg --Vi? In Ani*-rlca. The bathlnt. ie under
** c|ir(_ o| an experienced bathlng-mai-t-r. and
' In Blt*""' *?* *' ls BSt'OdP^tS-l in i>y the
^ ',, nt the hotel an4 tho rssMsnt cottage!**.
Tsn tennis hal many admirers, an 1 tho K.heron
i>n_i.< Chis icored two vlctorle! over ihe Holly
mod, which challenged it to .1 contest
* Mrs. H. C Haskins, daughter of General Runyon,
saaaador lo Oermany, haa been at the Erberon.
_._, srrtvsla for I . week al the BUberon nro:
... ,1 pi Bhackford, New-Tork; I.. ?'. Runyon,
vJ.srk R C Keren**, 8t. Louts; Mrs. Druid L,
??.',.*??' Miss Kathryn Wallace, John Sloane, New
r\*v kV .md Mn J. C. Farrell. Albany; George
J rimln* Concord, S ll: Mrs. s. s. Carroll,
LSSSre. K T McDonald Fort Wayne Ind.; A.
H. ;.?' -.,, omm h_ re an 1 Mrs m. h.
UrilM Kui . Mr. and Mrs tl. Weaver Loper,
ffv Bmdburn. 1. S Q Megargle. N-w Y;.-k;
?Maa Em ! ;' '" l:!:t*'r- Mr- *'n1 M:s ''"?" ''., '"
SSfLner P ilelphla: Mrs. M K. I_*ggett, Mrs.
M-'M, Now-York; Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
A *V ,.., .1. E. Bheffleld. .1 Sewell
5^t_ New-York: Seth Wheeler. Min Wheeler.
EF^d Min Martin. Albany; Mr. and Mrs. W.
#*? .'-x. . Mr snd Mrs. W M. Rodwskl. Mr.
M \, . K Dennis. New-York; Mr. snd
'?. Ff K-:v. SI l,v?s. Mr. and Mr*, R F.
fiL. Mr md Mi \ Keisler, New-York; Francis
ilw^i Calio Havana Mrs. M. K Allen. MIm
S ?.J JR Rutter. Mrs. J ll Baldwin. Min
*?I\'ew-York; Mr- and Ml** Runyon, Berlin;
l*__*J|Mr. P Sanford Ro**, Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
tJ&.?.. Seetorn^ ^
A SI U" HY PARK.
CROWDS AT THK
rv p,rk, S. J*. ????>' a CaTpsrlal 1 Tho gem of
^Jersey '"'? '?'(u'r >'-,v;!',: undergone b period
?? . . continuous entertainment, wai
? ' reathlag ipell oe Sunday. Tba
*uo t'_ . m every direction, bul their
*^iCA' v" . v niu ] by ihe normal visiting
Sidation. * idvancei
Ins lt? Ul ' r0p ''"""'"'
Even ft'" ? " " -1"1''"" "vMencea 0<
siWiBSturel) expai 0. Bualness mon .ire
*' iy bosfi e li far in sdvancs of last
Marsatl : i? ; r""' ?,1"'"'?'' !",r"n"ly ??IMent
in the ;.-*?- * " k sceounta Tbeae
y 0in,; -ht a nurally be expected.
u['?>.-,. ? Bummer gueiti to an ex
h,i?r. , Tho people are positively
T!u-. , ; irlor bops with rt. it
Ssrallty. - ?'?--? hathe, wander off nn
tmmtn ii fact they do everything
wlth ..... , enthusiasm. Tbe hops at the
Coleman, tt " ' ?"? Wwl End ?***?
e-her larg* ' ' ' w'n Bttended.
Tho s,-, I " Bradley'a bathing *?_?_
tion*. Bilk - ;'"' r"r '"?'''"'' bathers,
irf ,,,..,,, it ceri Un hours rn the day.
j.or .. ?? . ? tbs part of local
.ntertalners lo curt thli refreshing effervescence. If
_g_Bimt?*" ar" ?? h'11-" lf Innovatloni .uti! nsw
ms ai bm readily adopted
sal ; ?' ' "M
On Thanda) nlgl 1 thi flrsi act of "Tattat" was
?riven ut th* Albury Park Auditorium, In ,*osnime.
Su,-h well-ki - si Marcella, Undb, Kee
MattSeld, Conrad Behrens, Vlacenaa Bieliett and
MsSort Luckstone were present and took part.
Yhr Mew-Jersey Btate Dental Society held Ita
twenty-fourth annual meeting In the Amusement
Ha.l of the West Kr. 1 Hotel this week, bes.li,nins
last W_4a**day. Tho Mar-tor Palateru, Decorators
ami Pai-r Hangers' Statt Association fliso held *
When Corbett ahrtn ! a* 1 his trainlne; quarters
weet of Albury Park, )usi before hts td|.ht with
MiUheil last winter, there ?a_ a n-ner.il belief that
the pogUiltle colony wai permanently broken up.
lt now appears that "Bob" I'it_:?imrr.or_s ls a!>out to
take up nix r-v. ion 0 a' tba fans an-1 will po Into
light tralninf. fur a feu areeki
Great rrfpara:lor* are bclns made for the Athletic
Association Bicycle races, t- '*ke place early In
August. All th* bent-known crack! arc entered.
The Coleman House and the Laurel have 111
dui; irated midweek hops which are given every
Wednesday nii.ht. An,ot*.g tho recent arrivals at
th* .tooan aro II \V Mazar 1, ot Hay Head. New*
York; Anthony p. Smith, ol Newark, ls at Sun?
set Hall. a. Carmichael of Sew York, will make
the Metropolitan his summer h,,m? \\" C. Biran***
of New-Tork, li ? ruell at Ihe Cenlmore. ."harles
Hrown, of the Elizab-v** Athletic Club, ls regli*
tered at the IMctorii C B Matthewson, se ri
tary of the I^-apue of Wbeelmen, I* .
JoaOlBg rue!) at th* " ? ti. Mrs. i;-l_rar Van
Etten, wife of Superlntei ent Van Etten, of Ihe
New-Vork Central Jt? .1 late arrival ..
the i'ark ('t-neial and Mrs. John M??N'-tVv
v!.?:t:nir frlenrts o_ K.-!?-r- JohnMOn ll
?nj-jylng: the slimmer ?,. brees* at tho Metropoll
tan. Mrs thar:-.'; King wlfi ot Lieutenant K.i.<.
V. S. N.. i? at tb* ii itel Lafayette. Mr sn I Mn
G. P.. Kinta, of New-Tork, ;-.r'- pleasantly located
it the Victor's foi th. nason. Mrs r m h ir
My. wlf* of Btste Secretsry Harrlty, ol penni 1
laaia, _? at the Brunswick Thi Rei B H Roaxl
ter. pastor of the North Presbyterian Church <>f
New-York, ta r, it ng with hil family st th. .
Among .ho hotel guests nt the Coleman Houae
are Vi. L Barnett, Mr- Samuel Klllott, K c
Miller, E. K Davis Mrs. Ballou. Mis*. Darling, J
M. ragiiBon, \V 11. Harrison, Mrs v, k Smith,
John Wand-,ti. M-"- Henry Sn,m. James li,,;-.
Thomas Kl,..-- . \ h ._,-., Mathuihek, '?? <?
Gallsghtr, Silas I. Gallagher, .1. (J R. Willoi
New-York; J ? Mi Iv Hui ker
J. Russell ...-.,?. ,r,,i family, S'rf- \. C McCor
L. H. Smith. \X r Smith. U' H (Hen. Thoma!
I- ral. h. j" n ;."-:. h, Miss M. louise Thyme,
Miss (srrta 8 ti 3 R Palmer, .lohi. Morlarltj
K- A MI',.. J. K. <*,or'lo),. Mis. a Knlffhl
M. Knlghr. Mil I' Krtiittit. Mrs. B, Carmon Har
-I0**. M;-? I Harriott, 8 Carmon Har
RM, Mr. and Mr* ." li Dale, Mi-? Hutchinson,
fin. A. M Wa ? Miss !.. Be 1 r, Mrs I. Prank
BS J. R. m ' ?<? rieorge A McCoy T Tail Mr!
?* Oe Rytl ? Dr .1 M. Fern ? New-Tork:
Sim e. Bhea Hrooklyn Marv Aahmead, Mr. and
*n H '? Mlsa 8. E. Stll M an I
o ;.. "' McDonald. Mrs. w 8 Hamilton l.
<*? Huklnr, V," r, smith. George IV Yuri Mr*
Jteohus I, t hlei , J 1 Wuk, lev. w 1* Calton,
MW. Tswnsend, J. E. Dickson, 1 II Smith,
(huies c, Ely, c a Klots, Miss Kate Spier,
Kl-h-.nl Youl _? '? II Crwln. Mr and .Mr-. C. II
wilih. William J. Wella, J R Varner, S K
Killer, K. y. Hanks, W C. Thompson, S V. S
"llson, Man ;. 1 sher, ?' M Rosco* Mr. and
PLA, E Rai |for<i .1 F J.div. Min Grace Har
"1 ind Theodor, Sandford, Newark
BSBaiet Hall ;: '.' Min 1: llth B Caae,
wsjamin S ;?... - .-. <* > .-.; ;..--:. \, VV Wright,
r*'V;'l< Mi Mis. n. F. Bern-, Min Ji mette
?rr)'. M.?x I-..- Berry, Mis- Florence Berry. A.
J?..7l HS- ar"* ?v,'', ^ s Fitzpatrick, H Flt!
"?uv?k. e. T, McCarthy, Frank E. D Reilly, a.
"-Morse. Jr., Hrooklyn; Jamel Curran, Hoboken;
n. eiay c. ?? . Donovan, Mrs Vf. E. Dean
??. family. Nen v
Bnin.wi, 1, y -. ,.;vr,._ M)M ,.1.,,,,..^
?J1** U.r.tof,. Alexander Henson, I. M |.
S. M. Dick DI v ]"..,)? H'-al. N. J.; J. 8. Si
^ss.?.^''ar?', w O. Wheeler. \\ D Steele Min
_r_mJt.rk v ? '"*"? P*fb. W. Challlv, r. A
__t_____7w*1' ' - Gardiner Pattlion, H: .oklyn; W.
r*.-.,.ca.n- J. I>uncan Hist Orange; W. W.
Mr. 1 vr!''*' ' x I ? "*v T. Ba ;.-?-. I.. I.uk-,
?mit!, v. '- Youna. A. Ruderaon Mlaa
W?,'l s ?*?? and Mri. Perry, Jereel ? "ty
r r n1 ': " A McBwan, New-York; Dr
RmtMk""??*? nr -v City; Mr.. J. K Rici ll
?tock si , "': ' Vo-mg. W '* Kilbie, J. F Com
3 j f- a I'i !. C Rcnnee, Edward E. NIch*
i'riviJ_?'*v '' I' -1 I'onovan. J I" Crrest. 1'.
HolS2^'1N George A Schiller, C, W 1".
Wari.,,'*- I! " '?:?"???*? N-wark; Mr and Mrs
'x-rx*. ulr ' " ?' :^'
Dtrlrh, o' H H Rhos Ls, V. II. Ja, ?_? an.
p.j.. .Bm: ? .' (. Smith. William M01
"^>St \N v ' ?? '??'-<*- A S hiller, C, W I
W?rn..,MA ,; ""Ibrook. N-wark; Mr, .--' *??-?
<x-.il uXr ' ' t'lty.
Dw_rt? i10'' H H Ithi.a los, V. H.
Perett , ?I,h" -' " Smith, Wllllnm 3
fork ??,.., " Ml ' ' ' ?'"^, >" "'ff"1 1
Hath,."1*.' M l;- ''? 1'ortchester. N. V
Ut, J','V"- Henriett* Haltsderber New-York;
R na >v ' M" C '1 Guthrie, Mr. and Mrx
?o_ wJrB__?n !' '??? N J. c W. Burton, Mr.
Vork 1. *** M Miller, George M. Wllcos, New
C. n,n*)ir a''; Mrs. Csu k, Brooklyn \
lemuel n\ ,r N"'^'..Tk N. j; Joseph I" Tavlor,
*%h\* -J V.'wn' N>w-Tork; Lewis J. Levlc, Phlla
***__?. .V '"''" Albany; W D.Rock, RI 1
l.;u'is. u: , r ,1"'" Mr? Woodworth, Trenton. N.
aaTiSx^?. h,n- New-Tork; Mr and Mrs c. p,
?S ATI RKCAH MENT DRAWS MAKT VIMTORg
?ste th'"' N '' ' ''"ly *"* ,si'"rla1' Tbla week haa
"-by th bui,l"l,t 'n'1 liveliest of the season, mad*
x*tlon 1 "noarT,r>rnf "r of m.- Second Brigade of tb*
anil, (i''ar,i '' n"' ?y;'',,?' ot New-Jsrssy. The
?SaadT*^ iUl! 'lrr"s r-ar.-td.-s have brought
vii be S v,*',on here .very day, and this place
?on M*n ?"'?'?Iv* apo! thc remainder of tat aea
*M iw?" "r wtrluat '''il?*-<. '"?,". tally Ivs
maiB i_ i,r" r-?f"l"'!v aesa passim, along the
lj"2??hfar* on their way to camp.
lsBowp*'ltli,1 mtmeh Houae, directly on ths ocean,
rc.ra ^^"'-""inK its fun qooU of pH.t* Bjvsry
BtsAe, it'll"*"1 an'! rho "nly eosaplatol Mr. n.h
lunts ir h ' *'" wl" ""' k""w w?,,,r" ''' '"" hl?,,
**?*of .1, *V k''"I> ''"mlr"( at ihle rate. Among
^^ Fui'io *rv "'"" at Ih" ""'"''' M"u'" ar" Mrs
A- Oeick .','.' '' w- ,'nrk''". Hay.mae; Charles
**? Rlehx ;""Uy "' '" U'hr- ''enry H. Tull").
f??ltr "ii, ." H""th' Mr,,? OWP K. Tllfonl and
Jick?on Lan<' "Mr" Wlllu'm Wchaon. Charl*- H.
^kn ' ?, v (S ,,ark"r" M?? Weaner W.
^^M Ihri '^l' Hackenaack; G I..
CV' ^ V*n Nes's r,r /', '-"r?"" Kl.....!,,*;! v,,
d' 9,lners, Fiwk;,,.,.f.' ,V A I-X-S'in. Oranne; Miss
te?t. Mont lair ii ,.eor'.,' Inn,R"" Mr* W ??
&??? Bummi't ' ?' aU'^ ,,"lme?' Mr" ,! ?'
_T^?? L. We'lsT ' _1 Ran*'n.. Jersey (Tt> ;
5. ?? Warner j'sL/'bSm.'.,_n" w ?? Shelton. Dr
W' ?? Koom1 Hoi"?? ,P' .Whitfield. Edward Rubs.
' Horace J- Ame, Fred Cumming!, A.
?-.Hok, ""Pyl. A. \X Nowell. I). Fox. P. J. Hovey.
John .1. Clancy, of New-York.
New-Yorkers at tho Tremont House are Mrs. ll
lurker. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Towner, <*tlfford
Towner, w. H. Hanson, Mr,. t. gprlng. Mr. and
Mri Kelin, Mrs. <;. M. Phillips. Mr.*. I: Ii Hald*
man. Miss Marie H Haldman. Miss Agnes ll Love
At the Parker House are th. following New Yuri-.
people: I. I.. Dare, Jsmes Sayres, Frank Garcia
H. J. McSorley, Louis McSorley. Mrs. George <;
relton, l.oorn R. Bcholler, George B. Calhoun
George Initrahnms. Simon Sterns ind famllv ll l
Gaffany, E. Mahen, Mr. and Mrs \v. o. Leland
Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Neville, Mrs. Kellov. Jamea A.
1 aaaerty, Mrs. k. p, Teft.
BATHING, FISHING, DANCING and DININO, ALL
Bellnar, N*. J.. July 2\ (Special).?At thia nttr.to
tlvo resort may b" ff"in<I som.- of tho best p.-op].
of the metropolis. Tho far-seeing borough officials
have already reaped th.-r merited reward. Turo
ls no I'laoo along this Jersey coast whare a New
Yorker can better enjoy a summer vacation than
hero. Tho bathing If grand, th," Hahlng both In the
ocean and on tho rh-o- st i's best, and the amuse?
ment! plentiful. Tho popular games )ioro aro
croquet, t"nn!s and baseball In the ,,|?>ii air. with
cards sn 1 shuffle Indoors, while tho hops and danes
are numerous, especially al the Hotel Columbia
Besides th- regular Saturday night hop at this hotel
there ls s childi, n's hop and s german every w.-.-k.
Another feature of this resort is tho straw-rids
parties which draw ? large crowd. These are held
Tho arrival! this week have boon more numerous
than ev.-r. At tho Columbia Hotel are H. \v.
White, Mr. anl Mrs. h. \v. Guernsey, Mlaa J.
Y .ung. of New York: Mr and Mrs. W. B. nar:.,
New-Haven; Mles Hungerford, iv. J. Wagner and
family, Mi*, k. m. Higgin*, C. C. Forbes, Mr and
Mr- Hugh McConnell, W. V. Davey, T. H. Cary,
Mlsa Perdue, of Orange; Mrs. J. W. Lester, New*
Rochelle; J_,l*e Francis Child and famllv, Mont?
clair; William N, Nesbitt, Yonkers; Mr*-. M. J. Sulli?
van, Hoboken; Miss MacCluskey, F. I. Schaffer,
Brooklyn; William c Cudllpp, Judge Marcus Bea u
and family, Jersey City; Frank P Payson, J. E.
i'. ?- n. N I.. Stokes, F, W Stokes, C W. Thorn,
I- F. Dodd. George V, Rates, Miss j. n. Rates,
Henry Balser, H. W. Holme.. H ll. Ito tart. A. T.
Schneider. Irving Bmlth, C. T Smith, all of New
Melrose Inn guests aro Pr. ll. T Brooks, Mr. and
Mm. Ltnhan, Mr. and Mr;, i: i; Wan ?*. S i
i irk; Mr und Mr-. J. Lunham, Newark; Mr and
Mr.-. W. H. Adams, Brooklyn; Floyd Helran,
Passaic; George H Flteworth Plainfield.
At the Neptune House sre Mr. si i Mr?. H-nrv
I' Williams, Charles \. Darda. Mlaa Filth lt.
Darda, Robert De l_ow Myers, New-York; Mr. and
Mrs Georg* H. Bowly, Jame* Crail and family,
John Hachman and fajnlly, W, H. (Case, i-v. n-i
Van Wuk..", th* Miss! Vsn Kleek. .Mr-. K Bolt
won of Jersej Cit) Juli* Cox, M:ss m. E Ret*
ii. 1' Cox, ?'. Valentine, of Brooklyn; '.
N Jamea Mr* ll 8. \ ai 8 ha rk, K. P. P
At the Atlantl H iso aro a. A. Morrison nnl
family, Mr. and Mr- W Ulam Irvine, Mrs. A. M.
Fr,,-;. A. [.elgh, Brooklyn; Mrs. i;. w Kel
Min Elli Tomllnson, Hattie and Julia Waring,
Yonkers; M ' a.id Mr William Zimmerman, Harry
Compton and family, Newark; W. II Dlckworth,
Mr. and Mt-. .\ , Johnson, Mr and Mrs ,? c.
Riddle, Mrs. a. i".. Fitch and Mr. and Mis. \v. Mor
-? -?? ?
NEW-TORK PEOPLE ARE NUMEROUS AT THE
spring Lake, y* .7, July ?* (Special) The onllra
Ited amount nf gayety which prevails hi
seaaon is -:,io ,,n s large tt.- ?? in to the thi
of Nt-w-Y irk ? .-e-v j, ;... -... ,,ro here. N > ? no?
ls wasted by tho summer visit r Dally tho drivel
are crowded with handsome arl s-yiish tun
T -? e immer rues: is ii- isll) found al.
taking a dip In the surf, which thli year ls ex?
ceptionally flue, ,>r Miling . ti tbs lake. Th*
n , -n ;? devoted lo driving or a gan.f lennie or
croquet, ar I tho evening ? consumed nt wv ?? or
euchre, or among the dancers Whal little time is
left ls used up In eal Dg I . nr: ! dressing
Tne Governor'! ball al thi M nmouth House on
Thursday evening ? ... the er ..: og affair of the
i, and waa large!) attended Mr. Maltby, ,>f
the Monmouth H mplaln for want
of g-i-s-?. but for a inl of room. The srrlvsli thia
week >? wh -m
may he ment I ned llfred W Kiddle, Mi-< Benia
a Kiddle, Vf. N mi-* - Mr snd Mr? clarence
E. Ma.,.-.. M!--s Maloy, J W Haulnbuk. J \ Liv*
of \.-_ York; Iosep! C ? M T I
an.', family. I. F Uri. ti Mr .in! Mrs I. fl I. I ?
Herbert E War!. Lesli* P Ward R P
and fi ml ly. I Con in. Mr ?r i Mr. ,; R -
Mis. Van Dorri Miss Ininti Mr ind Mrs George
R Orsff, Ma] r bi i Mr? li P Fire-'.'. H ? iri
ir of Nt wark; Mr nd Mra. D. P. RI
Hiss 8. Strong, of Byi ' t. Mr
:', .1 T mj kins. Bi
M Sn I. Roi
H .? - : V ?? Brunswick; Mri P .1
Ko rz Miss Hean Koora. H i
Koora. Wl.'.lam ? liv
i Fri ? Mis* Cur-ls. Iiuf! Mi ind Mri
? . < ? .,?,.- [ai
; Hammersley, Mn R V - -. Mr or. I Mi 1 ?'
Tuckei '- , i Foi ri ",-r i i\
hu Mn R Wa) ne Parkei ind fan
Mr*. George ('. I'lui M Plum. N i
n A. GIB
ill, F II ll irk; R v Ku
Mi- '' ' ' ll
Ne w- York I. ll I.. IJ
Hi ? ? ? F Uti rf ?. H Clark. Ji
H M.:?.-. H E >\ oo I Mi an : Mrs il I
I 'VT i'.. |, J. W. i Jrln ? I"- ?? ;
! -- : ? ll Hasting! II W Bardsley. M I. I"
II. nn Po ichei G I 0 nfc -' ?
-. I. Weeks, Mr bi . Mrs 1 i: ll? ? ? ? .
Mr* N Mver< M.ss 1
C_rter, W Jame*, Mrs M I. Ree. ti. s. Tha
Mrs. S. J. Bonnell, M '
M the Carl' i re J D. Wllsoi
ter; Mr. ai ' Hu.li
Miss F. Rob. rt* m M - ll
Iv- ll J tf teven s, [li klyi Mri
? i i. . ' i i ?? , T ! ? il .
II Eas! t . Miss G li an I Mrs. J. .
? ? Waller 1! Merrlmai 1 W II .r* v
M tr.-1,.-ti. Ur- .1 H ilse; Mra J 'hn 'I .
M .1 Matson Mles Henrlqu Ml i M W. A
K ni ? ' -*?'? * Y rk; Mr. ]?; w iv
i- uric* Ball, Min M i i :??
\\ ? k.r.x Wo Shaver, N Y
\ Ire Houi sues ta ll * M I. I ? .
forl Mi and Mrs David M M I ? Ni w .-k
,v - . Ia - > ? -w ?? 1 t _ . I. I , ? : Ru
F C Run; " New ,'k Di in I Mi - :
son Orange; Miss Lillian Harding, Bi k ?. ? i: bi i
H Weis, Newark; W. il Magi Rnoklyi
Mrs. J. A. Eysi r ai : W. c, Rm ih, Vew Vork,
__.. ? ?
NEED OP MUNICIPAL ACTIVITY PUN ON Tin:
Kong Branch, N. J.. July _i (Special)
Branch looks moro Ilk* a Bummer watering place
thia week than "i sny time before d iring lh. sea
s.,n. Still forthei prosperity depend! upon th.
liberality snd progresslvenes* of the stithoritli
and it remslni to be seen whsther or noi the
municipality will ahow themselvei equal to Ihe
, emergency and Belie upon the accidental op
portunit) that haa made ll possible foi Ihen lo ri
atore Long Branch td Ihe po Itlon ll onci.cu*
pi.-d among rt.- chain of eeaslde cities thal fringe
: t! <? Atlantic Ocean from Sundi Hook to ("ape
May. They run-' ceaae al once th* picayune poll< ?
of dickering with owners "f private propert) foi
the expenaei neces ary for the repairing of the
Ocean l*rlv*way ..rei atari Immt Hate!) with a
K. round appropriation thal ? ire thi build
? b ilkhi i ? an I Jettli i, and th* niling In of
the boulevard north of Seaview ave., thal hai re?
mained up to this time ;i standing disgrace to ir,.
natjv. s. Tins once beautiful at ret< h "f ocean road?
way i- the one greal delight of a larg* majority of
ti,.- people summering here, and should noi be al?
lowed to remain longer ?. menace t" ihe safety <>f
the driving p iblli
With ths opening of thi new iron pier, and the
rm,liing "f the Iron Steamboat Company's iteam
eis to lt, nov lift seemi i" have been Infused Into
tins hitherto almost abandoned quarter, and lt
ought to mi as an Incentive io the sleep) cl|)
futh.-rn to bestir themselves. Tins north end of lin
Branch nov. present* an appearance ,,f thrift and
enterprise much si variance with th* scenes ..f
recent ye?ra, and ls welcomed ai the forerui ner ol
better times for Iti denlsena. Jaeger'! Casino, thal
hus been built al ii"- entrance to th- new pier by
trio pier company, bounded Into popularity on the
Instant of Ita opening, simultaneously with the boat
lona i" thli place Just a week ago, and lt is
in.w regarded arAOBg siltrirn. r lisltors as the proper
thing t" spend an evening .tt tbs Casino, listening
lo tha music of the Imperial Austrian Military
Hand that so delighted people al the World's Fair
An entertainment by metropolitan artist! fur tbs
1,.ii.-flt of tb* Bick Cai,p.-)' Fund sfforded amuse.
mont io tba guests of th* Wesl End Hotel la Amuse?
ment il til last Thurs lay evening, and al tbs isms
?rms netted s handaoma lum for a praiseworthy
Charity. Next Thursday tho atuiu.il propiietOI ?' hail
tx ii bc alven bi ih* Messrs. D. M. and w B HU
death Ol th* ''V'St End Hotel, lo their gUSStl
I feature "f se.ie.d- life to the lummei ..ourner
. . i. ,, ;. growing into favor ..* .. vlsi! io Elk
?rood Perk, where, .wry Saturday and Wednesday,
,v .,.'.T ar- run under tke auipices of th* Steeple
.'./.J.. Hun! ai ! Poni Sac. A.Ullon. Th* cris
Ar r..o. s art- extremely g->"d. assiirin.. excel!, ni run*
. J,,i r'-llr. . by gentleman jockey*. No bel ni
__ ?ii wei but neverthel*** tne sport li rn! >*_
i? Vi., '-hr-.ngs -if fash,.mah,.- people fr "in Long
;^?lVi Hollywood, Norwood Park and
'-'f__ri__.il and regarded ii an ixcellenl lubitltut*
r'r Monmouth Park, without pooMMlng my of th*
Objectfonsble features that attached to that defunct
ln?h_.Uonen outdoor horse show that u being ar
raageo tor li rapidly errsU_ttS?Sg Into form, and
from present ni bldi i .ir to squal in num
h-r of turn. ney the great harriet
moon '?-? ? eal iso. The fo.io-.vlnx
snd are puBhlng matteri with all possible speed: J.
l. ? .. pi derick Gebhard, Fred Hoey, ileonie
M. Pullman, |r Emil Pflser, EM ward Wasserman,
! O. W*. I Jam< --"? kee
Th- followim. are amons thi mani arrlvala during
the week: V tel Mi in 1 Mrs W. Ni Ce,
,1 , ibs c II WI lam . M * I I'0"*" nh.ium.
ll P Baker. J. Roth, J. E. Belael. Mr- R. Inkle
helmi r, Di and Mrs (I H - '?'- i
M i-i ion;.,r, Robert W. Smith, Robert Fraser,
I.- ? Bhll i, i.. H. C ? ri, R W lo ??->. Mr. an i Mr*.
R. lil, h irds, Mt* ''. II. Rivi rs. jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
c. P. ll- rn irdi Mr. and Mr " Woi 1. Mr.
and Mrs. .lohn Ken in, L ger, Mr. and
Mrs. Stuart Robt i Mt I Mrs. E C, Johnion,
Mr in. Mis. W. I. MTk?. Miss Nollie Mirk-.
Mr and Mr- II P Sondheim, Mr. and Mrs. John
Williams ,,t* I Mr. and Mrs. .\. T. Sr,-, of New
H-o.vi.inl House W. S Sinclair, <:? rge W. Lea*
vltt, I ! Hart, T. E, Woods, W 11 Brown. "R. M.
Hitr'.o. Mr. and Mts. i. i.. i..ci. mr, Jacob Angler,
C. I.. s;;x. i? Sle.lenbach, L. Hohman, H. Wolff,
Mri Q W l..-1-r-r I. Rosenthal, Mr. ar! Mrs.
W. M. H.--! ind T A Hunnerl rd, of New-York.
Ocean Hom Mr, snd Mi William fl Ebblts,
Mrs. s. C. MePartland Gt ?-?? E Muller, W. F.
Welch. J. C Muldoon, Mn W.JIenneit, Mr- Q ?-. ?
Ri Imor ! M Harrlei Vi;! le) ">" M -Partlan I, 8. I,.
MePartland, Mn J. Ru - I, M *? Donnelly, Mrs.
J, C Bowson, Misi A. 'i Peck, Anthoni Deblau, B.
1 .rock ai i Slegen, of N< w-Y rs
Hotel Brighton M .1 Bonnsr, Mr and Mn L, EL
Chase, Mr an i Mrs. II. I.. T iwn ? 1. s. T M i )..
K. C. Wrlnht, A. I- Stenu lohi Fox, Prof es soi I.
lt Lord. Mr and Mrs W J, Dwyer, Dr. and M".
I* L Burnham, Ia ? Si v Wlnfli ri B. Smith,
George Moore, D, H. Jackson and L, I.evv, of New
BEABI.IG I IT A M1 "S KM 'INT.**.
Seabrigl ?. N. j., July _. (Sp '".nh. Seabright eon
ilnues in the swim, figuratively and practically.
Th" bathing that this Inviting peninsula offer*,
either In s;iii water or tbe surf, ls excellent, More
I sn thi usual ii ntlon wis given to the it,
nu.tl fair of th- Beabrighl Methodist Church, whioh
waa held on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday an.l
Saturday of thli week. On Thursday evening a
con -erl nus given by the little Vernon Brothers.
The iii'.iu s have kept pace _!?!> Ihe season, s .me
of ihe ku- :s st tb* Peninsula House sr* i' Vf
Tovey, Arthui il J Tovey Mrs. K J Tovey, New
i. I Cir, enwo id. G miner. Mass ; E Iward
Whitehouse ami Miss Helen "tl Whitehouse, Staten
Island: Vreeland H. Youngman, ll, V Younj , .
Albunji: ll i. Ni smith. Bi .oklyn; Daniel H ml .-*
!" Hunt, Provl lenci. i; I R ns Engle, Ne* -
York; Paul Hanwell uni fam ?. Ba I Oran se, \
J : Mr .md Mrs. lawrence Tower, M .delina
Tower, Fr?.. I.
Al the Shrewsbury Inn aro Mrs. _? \ Ruck. Mr.
and Mr* John Buck, Mrs \ i Cline, W J.
Garran >n ii J G. Ward, of New-York; Clifton
?A hart n, of Phllsdelpl .. ll fl M irrti n Mr an 1
L iwaon si l Jei vie NI "hoi vr, of
Mr- I! i;
IN TBE CATSEILL MOUNTAINS.
CROWDS AT Tin-: HOTELS ENJOY COOL BREEZE!
AMI FIN!' VIEWS,
Ksaierskill, July & (I ll lt would he d
more d -. ihi I
summer dayi than i n this r i iain Tbe
to i ? .ml ii
sn i the night* hai htful Tl - Mg hotel
; nts many at trad ?
ment of the i ? I ible 11 ? \ er
in the cuisine ax well .ts in the front F lt Al*
ther fa millar
' ces * is d' p .rtu,
Prof r Meyri i led ,
;- ' York ai ni reheat? of
? ? -r's nro .
r Saturda) ball In tl,-* '.ante
ball pi t aped
. Park, covering some
ta enty mil. i, are In fall . ban Ing the 4
of lat feature much i n
. Mr Harding take frequent
drivel ? ?!-? tl er ite In tl ?? i "ten
The Rev father Mort Mark's Church,
It S fi Ads ma ol ngton; Mr an. Mrs
W H i - ana and daui of I Inctn*
S*ra. C. R. ? ii- !?*. Jr . els-)
Of Vt resident ,,- tsp,!
', I" -rum iv Mrs iiioe. nT*
I ie ts heri
W. I" Foster la ty, which m.-iu :<-s
Mr sn 1 Mrs C II Ph .:., Mri ?.?*-. rho
Th- [-aurel I! 'va shTt
rn ? '? .-...-,..
. ever) thing li-.i
, ? :-.,?',.
. tt th*
?? my > uni by this
" x ,| ? ,
? , ?
.... n th* river bluff
., ? ? ? . ?
I ? hus sn efl
, ? ? -i
. ir* ..f
, rut |
lull. . i .
?? i :
, id .
1 Hi Wll I " I " Iii
,ri M M lt Tr. ' ? " ? .-, h,, is
imi worker m
? - '. ls. she re
? , I ",
I .?-'.- .- Nev uk
\\ ,i;. the it the new all
n v. ,?. i . ? ; the t.-; niling "f the
Hoiiatoi M .i . un.-) ??'? \\'.'.,-i County, I- ut
I , .!?'-..
i. Bid..** nf Captain
.-??,-? i ring, with her
in-hill Hall Mi U ll M
,.t I :i - ? -
Then ? ? ? hat ex-Prt
li -1 i ?.. who ?- 1 -,i k. ?
Recent ai ft'll ... H.k I! .ti I
ll , li .
, I, , M 11 - i wlf. Ml si
, Mrs .1 Harp. I Mi ami Ml I" P >. vi k-nli,,--,
D k ix. . i, Mi h i; I., wi ii, i , mi,lr, ii. Mr.
i., ? ? thi uni ,:."!? ind Mi
| . ? h Bliss. M Pottei '1. I I.inn m. Mr ,t, I
ll Fraser. Ml and Mrs J P Mun i.
. .-.? ?,?. Vork; I ?: and Mrs. I.. Flusl Ina; I
J. ll . i.iik, u-,o ,, ll II-U.--I
snd ramil). N' aai i.
Fun. ;n , - .lum. - lt V. ut. rloa an I wife, mi
I. Whin I. Ileralleld Ulld Wife, Wollum McBride,
IF: F<Alter, A. H. Bi ulm r,
.Mi H .- i,.--'. Ml T ll I.-ii- .md f.null.. M.
Art \\ lilian Kn ?? I J. < "raveSng ami a.'<-.
i ? ii i le l hu i n an . -? .'-. Mi '' Pal mi r Cleaver,
ju \ |; BhiIm i, lt M ii" ubil . .1., ih So ??? !. Mi
.ll Garll.'hi ii i. ll Ho* ?. Mrs li Hlgitln -.
Mi-- i. Bi ii.ii.::'- !-. Mi E M itdi i . Mrs I Dakin,
Vi v Pain \? Ilium Hr\
.mi New 1 rfc
I ?(., , .?, i |'ai k M i ? w P. Jeffp and d luahter,
Walter lo.ni nun ami fa rn -.:.?-. , . ... i; ,\ t lld <
sn i famll). ll Melli ld. ml I imll ? Mi Fannie
t raw ford Lillian Crawford, Uro-.klyn; Miaa Bari
II, ale, Ml l. J. '?? I*. Plume. Ihe Ml es P.um. ,
GC ESTA IT CA I'I. ll I )
Caps May, N. J., J ill 0 i-'i- lal) Cai lin i
t ||| , ti i iyi Fl*, long WI lit ab III I he I- , h,
,,., i h ?'? ' nrltti irchblsl ,;, Kum, of
.-: i. ,,i, . and .1. .ht.lshop Ryan, ol I'hlladelphla M
i ? i- itenotre, the Krench Imbai sador to lh*
L'nlted Stab . ai rivi I in Monday und I lined
Madame Patenotre. U Romero, tin Mexican Min
and Dr 8 ll. /? .allos, the Argentine Republic
Mini ter, ire alu hera with their families for th*
si ison Sst) Hoi W Ult'. ol I California, snd Com n
man .viii., ,,i SU Lou I famll ar* h< re.
tmong recent arrival* from New-Tork snd
vii v.!.", sr* \n. ?: i ? ittlelb, J i Fi iris, ll. M
Grant, Mi and Mr- Georg* u Sherbert, Wallet
Sherbert, lohn I' McGlei.v. Mlsa Marie Mc
y. Mi -ii l Mi ll lt. Morris, William Ste*
,ni Phelps, Mrs l-l I' Clsney, Frank (laden, Mr
D. P Bowers, (I F Smith, Mist Isabella Stone. J.
r Jolli i, Mi -in I Mrs lohn Rob ts, M Emma
l: iberia, J. (*. Cl ni. Mr. an I
Mr- J ll Barclay, Mr* J Ferris, Mn E
Whitelaw, Rudolph Gi i man, Mis* Lissie Manger,
Mitts Belle Travers, Matthew 'i.nk August V
Tach, Theo lore K Ta rh, Aubrey n rn salt, Mi
?nd Mrs. Percy Sane, Mia* Alberta Gallnlln, Gu)
Standing, Kate I.. ? Gerome Edwsrdyl, Howard
Hersog, Harry L Hersog, li \ l^venson, Ml**
M I. Hi-if. C. S. It.tviis. (' H. Tucker, Miss Lotta
Nichols*, Misi Kmm.i Fassette. C. A Vanderbilt,
Dr. A. Vf. Si. In, Jerome Buck, J C. Van Schn-aek,
C. II. Richter, Mr and Mri Carl H. I'umiiiliiKS.
Mr. ind Mr- .1 D. Banter, Miss s,,r
n-r, i-' u. itnskin. .inn-- lt Donovan,
L ?>. Wells, ll I! WUliama, H. P. Van Fleet,
r? -,!,?,? Van Fleet, Mr and Mrs ', \y M. titler.
Willi.tu Bondy, M. S Caleb, Mr and Mrs. J. H.
Manning VI ii Manning, Min Man O, Donovan,
Miss Mar!.- Keith. Mrs F T Wheel and family.
Mr. arid Mrs Samuel Jacobson, Mr and Mrs.
Buckley, Mlaa J C. Harries, j. c. Outmaa, IL T.
Martin, Miss J. Jon--. Mr.*. John 1) Pl,-ton. Mr.
and Mrs George l__._tuii. Mr. anl Mra Cheater 1
Cutter. Mr. and Mrs. John I). Howes. Mr and Mrs
Thomas A. M.uk lev. Mrs M.-Tlllln. Mrs Emma
Merwin, it. I Hassan! Theodore Havemeyer How
arl McGey, Culbert McGay, Qeorga H Merwin,
Mr. and Mrs. Pernberg and famllv. Joseph Cooper
H. O, May. Harry May. Fr and Slr*. H May Mr
and Mrs Lafayette Benson, Mr. and Mrs. P l>.
Fr;>sh. E. J. S. h<ll.-ni.en, Louis P.. Hand P A
Pl (body an I O. Watson.
PLEASURES OF LAKE GEORGE
BCARCBLT DIMINISHED BI THE HOT
GOVERNOR FLOWER'S VISIT INCIDENTS AT THE
VARIOUS RESORTS ON THF. LAKE.
Lake George, N. Y . July ci (Special).?The lasts
of real summer weather ihis week has not Inter?
fered with the round of pleasure which r--.ns.im. -t
theae July days. No itormcloud has darkened the
sunshine, and tho lake Ivs been as calm anl
smooth ns a so.i nf ghi H
Th.- chief in,-! lent ,>f tho week was tho visit on
Wednesday "f Governor Flower ..nd his staff. They
reached Caldwell on a , rial trsln earl) In
morning, snd proceed) I at once t-, the Kort WU I i
Henry Hotel, whor,- they wore entertained Boon
afterward they boarded the steamer Mohican,
which had been chartered for tho day, and en
Joyed the I,, tutfful -i-.-n'ry which forms the con
tlnuoua panorama from Caldwell r<. Baldwin, many
pointi of Interval being particularly explained by
Captain lii-r.sui. on the return _a dinner was
served ar th,- Sagamore and ,,n rh- arrival .c. Cald
, stop was mad* at the Lake Hons,,. Here an
In',,rm.ti reception wai given to the Governor and
lite, Light refreshment! were served and an
hour was ipeni In pieaaanl conversation and hand
?baking, after which two tally-no coach** carried
tests to Glens Fs la, when a reception waa
tendered. .111 along the r al* of the steamer cot
bott li an l laun, hi - had bee** ga) ly di
rati '. with flagi and bun i ?
I ermen here are eagei >? engaged In eompetl
ti ii for a iiin!,.: of prise which have been
-.rr. r. I for rh- threi larges. n?h caught before Sep?
tember i Judges have i.n appointed for the dlf
'? ? ni ; ntl along tho lake who shall determine
. . iength, girth and ipeclei of each Heh
The myster) , the disappearance ?,.'
Walter M Dean, ol Nea v,,rk. li still unfathomed.
Aft-r registering al the !_._.? House, snd ifterward
at tho s.,.a,i,.,,. ht ?!.,!? l irotti the latter place
I ?: ., tom ol the i ike Later his boa! wa*
and th. ii.- oi) i- th il he fell ovi rb i I
from it ami enl occgrred
;n in- part ul lt., lake In which tb* boal waa
found lt would be Impossible to ri covt i
i i imor, however, has , ilm l circulation that the
partli -v hi. ;. :,,i a week hal>? been
making ni efforts t<> timi the body, have re
Celved orders to aban I -n thf - .r--h.
'li.-.,!.,,? Sherman, owni . I Harvey Cran
dell, v i Ight by running on
ir Bllvei Hay \; the time there were
h td i. Ifloulty In swli sii-t
inim is still on rh- ro- k-, bul lt ail
lo Its customar) duty
i. ? ke H i* ls i ipldl) Ailing up, -ni l .. .
r ??.,., t fol the ; tuvust. The
liven m the big hallway by
i man) per-,,ns llvito.
|_a ' Bun In ? th* Lake Hou
ls to enjoy s lake The
? Lot ii_.i -??? ' - passengers who
, ? ,'ltatl. -ii ' 'i, Prld iy evi ti*
?all Was given V\ the Luke
. in being i ...u;,' I tl,.s | Im*
ie Marion Hou many of the -.uenis ?* tor
mer aei 1, and the i lung people
sr* si the i ',? u,ei which
tr.-ir Imagli c.- :,- ? ??? t. The music here ls fur
Qlshed i ?. th* Si i Ingll. 11 Orchestrs
Down ," Hui [r. I Islai : si I Pearl Point, n.-l.b
i enl \ of fun yachting, Ash?
ing g I.- vcr failing , irc_n of
smuaemeni it thi former house Ml-- Groerk, who
was ihe former pi iprletor, is now managei
I mona tl i are these
Th* Forl William Henry Fr Robert 3, Adams.
. -? ii, Dr sn I Mr? Joseph n Bis
\ J Murray, M. Nessie, Mr snd
Mrs F Mrlby, ll il C hi,. S E. Cohn, J ll,man.
nd Mrs. G. irge M le-wix. Mrs
V I. Hatch. Mr an I Mrs. J ' r, Mn M
F N- . " ind Mi K M Murphy, M -
M'iri ? V" - i -? pu - -. '??- Il lam T.
I. Ml I Mr* ll ??? i fl ill i Mr- A l'.
i' Alexander Sbaln. Mlaa
M. Singleton. Mr an I M-e.
u Illiam M Flncke,
ii ,i 1 ? : ? ,-k-ui. Mr .ii >|
C. W. Prank '?'- ind " Mullane, Mr an 1
Mrs B itt. ?? - T V Rosenthal, Mr and
my. Mrs. u
F Kell.tgR Mi- I" V llarkei F I 1" iwer*.
I.- :. \ ,r ??-., \ lurker, Mrs Frank McKee, Mr.
I lin. c. G ' ihi - -i H
family, Mr. J. it
irai ? I' ii irger, W \\
Mrs i m ? M Mullet W ll , im V M
J |, ; . Mr- W .1 V
Mrs R. an I Mr* v.
Mrs E. S
\ Vi Mi am! Mt- W Ora
Dr a M
' ? , -k
M.rion ll itel ind fi
lon, "il .'heat, rofl
Mi ll I .rn, li?
ll F M.- .i trm ? ?,
t. li. S. Kl F De
nd fan . M's j
f Now) .rk
': I, ., ; Pail)
U , irmslt y, Mr ?, E. Po we
Ml - K R \ ti
f Newt rk Mr. and Mra. J. D. J
",?..?? Mn. Will
? ? i :
Mr ii - " !' Wormier, M I
V*, [I ilr, W, k, r I-.. , r, of New*
B.vjoi/.vfl mr. ri, mt:-:' npRixoe waters
". 1 J I (Sp - ? !
-.-.. . k !, ,- onl) served to coi
. their sum*
Every Itv -
? pe number of |
f sn ei
f the propi i
the i' ? . -. Monday,
ind Fri lay <
r, of New
i-i ? popular, and have b<
wer* Miss Kat* V H
?, mist, Fr. li ?. v ? - Nea York
... i the
I" ..in, ire kr- itl) enj ij
,. ? ami othi
(.rom !- have been i '? ? ul Ol
: ll ?
\ irge hi id f SI ; nt ii y
farm h ,i 1 Croker, of Nea
In-- rastlni ? I it th* ll
I'.irl lu.) "*? Th? C
I l,i*i New*
I irk, . ? i-i ? . . nt, ???? irge of th* ai
Mr ,-. i Mn H ,l? rr W 1 iller, ii ?! Mi
Mrs .1 l.t Taller, ' Nea v .rk, ar* *; ?
: nm-r hi I e
lu,. . t the I I aro Fr ,f isor A'.bi rt
II iikn. - . Fr ,.- i. Pnlvi rsltv, and Mn Hark
.legri li ?.'"I*). Rli har 1
V. alter ll .1 But ell Mi ind Mn ? 'His. || j
.??-ui. B s si iff-? i-l. Jr.. (' Ludgate. II H
Bi ler. I. A \\ Ingil ind ll ll li ins, of New*
IV I. w ii Ington, <'.r- N leser, Miss s
El tu irt, Mi C. Lin T II ivs .,;, , ?
II sh I xe a r I nm 'x i 1 /> tRl I v-.y
w, ullin-!.! Kirk, Thousand Ulanda, July a (Spe
cl iii Satui .? :..?: Mr and Mn. \ B I. Bhlel I
Phil .1. Iphl.. and Mr. in I Mrs c. .... c B il lt,
of New-Tork, gave ? Rahing puny In honor of Mr.
.., i |fn O* ? n - Weit, of Csitle it-.t. sn I Mr.
., id sirs Smith, of Safe Point Ths steam ya.-ht
s (.ui t tva* chartert ,!.
Mr. Georg* il Daniels, general paasenger sgeni of
th* Nea Ifork Central Railroad, par ed Banday at
Lieutenant Gi irge W. Burr, V S A. uti I Mrs.
Burr, .in- stsylng .,i th* < 'row m in.
Considerable indlgnstlon has i.i arouaed among
American Bahermen and tourist* st the Thousand
l land* un at-ount of a n a law passed by the i 'ana
Fin Government A* s general rule th- Canadian
waters ..I- much mora Ashed by American nnglera
ivn, American wuten, snd In ordei to n rive u
revenue from this source a new law wa* enact, i
which says ihii any American who wishes to
angle ni Canadian watere must pay *'. per rod f,,r
a period of th rei months. An unlicensed American
.in .!? i t-aughl In Canadian waters la liable io a flne
of X". on* hall ol which goes to th* Informer, the
other half to the Canadian Gaverrmeni Sa turley
? raral parties were pounced upon by Canadian
officials .h. 1 hud io pay th- uaual fee. Indignation
l.t., huh and m th* evening a masa-meetlng was
, tiled and speechea wera made bj Charles Stecklsr
and Howard Hirsch, of New-Vork. A union will
pr th it,iv h- formed among lh* ti-herm.n aad an
effort will i,, mad* ta drive oul Canadian fishermen
p. titi.,ns will proi.ul,.'. be sent to both eovernmenti.
Arrivals si the Westminster Park Hotel: Mrs
George P Fud!.tm. \\ K. I.odium. Miss I F. Ken?
nedy, I I. Ramaa) und wife, ??hui les F. Terhune
and wife, Mrs M M 'I-n Uroo.-lc. William M.
'riv,. Mr- Sarah A Dunn. Miss Monachesl. M. M.
Bradley snd wife, Kenn H. Arthur, Mis- fi .ron,"
Reed, Mlsa Nelson. Harry R. Stern, A. G. Mayan,
Miss [..vim. Mis- Carolyn Arthur. New-Tori.; Mrs
i'liarl-s Fra I ur. Marlon Fra_ur, I_ Lawrence
Kr_i.ur, ll. I. Iltinkor. Mrs. c. tjtmhride. Miss P. E.
? lemhrlde, Mr. L. G. Genibrlde, Mri. Bipley Ropes,
ARCHBAtD GETS THE CUP.
HE WINS THK CANOE RACE AT SING SING.
A TOENADO /A WESTERN STU-YOEE
! hiv;1: ESTIMATED AT 1100.000 BAVOC
n i.iii i in ntl i r orchards
Rani mvtlle, S Y. July 21 v tornado iwept
? i )--;r ,t mlle wld* near this place early this
.- it* '. 'amage of V ? I*.
Hal a diameter pl iy* l hal ic with
I< Tills lill: WORK OF RTRtKRRSt
Den "? ? ll) 0 1 llspatch from Lansing,
\ ,; ? ? > wreck the Chicago sn 1
Grand Trunk express, due her* Bl 1:56, eastbound,
isl nigh: Throe hun*
l-, I dossing a po-' of
red with he ti y itonea pile 1 on
? r t,-k Resident i nearl il four mon
have i-.-u ha nil ni around for two divs The)
looked md arte, like i i ? -1 men and had mon*)
to pa] )???!,?. the) ma I* Inquiries
I at 4 p. m wer* seen under the
B-here the obstruction waa found
rog THE RRXEFIT OP -OCR." HECKLER.
a tx rn Itt perfoi ? ll ba niven for "Qua"
ll. k er by hli ; ? |m os Thur-1 iy
j si P ilm Tl ? | ? ?;? immi thal
- tmong th mi*
S i ar* tn ,;;? ir .ir- ',' -, \ !? t: li FltSOllen and
F fl Hrockway, i"i Fr neon Howard's "Old Love
Lett. iw. Mi) T*n Breech, Ro?
ll -. v. il ii MIsb linnie H irt,
Harry, i imes T P iwi rs, "Al" WHs in,
\ . nla K.uv Mme Luisa Teni, Wood snd
.ni). ?-. -I,, Empire Cit) Quartet,
Murph) ind Mack, ur* I "Fan" Waldron Music
? by John H Holding's han I and
orchet tra I , Ticket* (n
ii ?? Co ci ntl an 1 ll.
xr.W-TORKF.RS sr IE SIIIITEi: ISl AXD.
Shelter leland, N. Y. July _: (Special) -The
Bummer reason, which at the opening waa rather
?:,,??, baa picked up wonderfully the last two
weeks There ire many new arrivals ei,*;* day,
? ?? sesson promlaea to be a (lnmclal success
'i . re are m ire New-Tork people than usual hers
t;.u year, and many famLlea hav* engugo-i roomi
t , the month of August, snd rho ho-e s uro all
doing s good business Bocially tho season ls prom?
ising There sra more young men hero tn the
number of guest! thsn nre usually found at sea
si le resorts this summer, and gay time* are the
Th* following N-w-York people are registered
among the latest arrivals al the Manhanset House:
Henry H Hendricks, Mr and Mrs J. S Water
bury. 'I B Wilson, Hunter Wykes, E. P. Fletcher,
Emerson Mcwilliam, J a mea K. Hill, Louis Otto?
man, B. Lltser, .i. vi Shaw, ll. c. Plumpton,
H. M. Beckman, ll R. Goodwin, l>. B. Hugh, M F.
Wise, J. li Solley, A. R. E. Plnchoe, F, M. Easton,
I-*. Il Canon, J. S dray, Mri Stoddard, Miss
Grace Wilcox, A W. Eastman, Mr. and Mrs. Mane
Beldi, Miss jo-s- Tyson, B. P. Isherwood, Hf K.
Bird, Mr. ind Mrs S. P. Bush, H. /ahn. Duncan
Curry, it K. Carter, W. s. Taylor, A. Bennett,
^ rj Dolby, Edmund Drummond, Mr. and Mrs
w w Cole Mr. and Mrs. K w Foster, John F.
p.,-,.,... v c ,":.rk. Mr ind Mr.* M. F Loek
?',.,' Dr W K King, E. tl Simpson. Georg* H.
Ei niel* Ml** Tearona, John Anderson, C. J. Taylor,
u , Adelaide Taylor, Mi-- Virginia Taylor. Miss
. u fural Mill t ?**? Allan. Mr- \ .tn li.ns, hor.-n.
Mia* Ket'cham, Mr and Mrs. c. M. Martaln. C. M.
I Carter Mr and Mrs ll R. Harton. Frank A.
i Mumaey W B Flits, Mrs w H. Kennedy, mir.-)
F .renee Kennedy, S, V Waters, J, W Hunton.
the Missel Elisabeth and May Stanton, Mrs. K. M.
Btewarl Mrs H Francis. M K. Wilber. P. J.
Klveney D. L. Casper, B, M Logan. Benjamin
Atha George D Greenwood, George A. Bs Its id
AMI.HHA'*1 FAVORITR WATBBM,
Ur. Ju-lus J. :<pi>ng. lia West "."Sd-st.. New
York til). Specialist lu Ilraln ?n,l Nerv-us
plaesara lim in. tested its curative p,w?i
un l proved III beaaAetal effects I most che-r
ftill> i-.-.",,inn..-nd lt.
Ir sale by A. ker. Merral! A <'ondit. Park *
ir-r,l ;.n . till rrorers snd druggists.
C.-xflli illllll. Agent. B Marola) -st.,N.Y.
?lin: PRtZX mas orrBMH) hy thf ya.-iit ci.cb
THEM-KOTEg Og THK CAMI*.
"Now, as a matter of fact, and speaking dlspai
Bl. .nt, ly." s-tii Grandfather Mudturtle, stopping
abruptly to reach la_l!y a fer a My. which was Whis?
ting around ins head In a most insane way, and
Btandlng about ta good a chance of catching lt as
of hla beating tho "Chicago Limited" on a ioo-yard
'lash, and speaking to an extremely fat frog, who
u.js known ro rh- social world as Taciturn Mike,
and who at this moment was blinking at the water
with a most Imbecile expression on his face. "Now,
as a mailer of fri, t." bogan the mud turtle again.
"and speaking dispassionately, you know, do you
think there sr* any fllea on that* And speaking of
il- vermin," he continue,], |n a growl, "if I could
'hat critter that's goin' round my head I'd
tear him limb from llnth and cast his extremities
t ? the four windi of beaven," and he snapped his
Jims (ot wli ire.. >? they arel together In a dreadfully
t r .clous u iy HI tl in ? .mpanton paid no atten?
tion .ili.i-v- i- t. hi remark, and the hard-sheip-d
speak r had to repeat his question several times
before Mike's mouth opened slowly three or feur
times, anl. after making what seemed an awful
effort, he said, "No "
Grandfather Mudturtle and Taciturn Mike were
sitting on tho mud al.out a mlle above Sing Bing,
Tho mudturtle had been much interested in seeing
1 a numher of little boata come around Croton Point
early yeaterday afternoon, and gather about the
ii hut.' of the yacht club. He had been watching
. thi m for an hour or bo, Hying over tho hay, and had
1 wondered Whal they wore. Taciturn Mike could
have told him that they wore the boats of tho
canoeists, who hud come to sing sing to race for
! the cup offered by tho yacht club, but, true to his
name, thal monosyllable "No" was the only thing
I be hud .-:ii 1 nil the afternoon, and his friend, the
I mudturtle, hud to do all the miking himself.
Grandfather's remark roferred to the pretty picture
by the whit- sails of the canoes us the)
1 dur tod back and forth over the sparkling water.
j lt may not be g.-n.-rally lupposed that mudturtles
I have .tn acute sense "f beauty, but this one hud a
general Idea, ur l-..st, and went on moro to him
i self than t.. his Ustem
"No. ther.rtalnly ain't no fllei on thar, snowy
canvas, looking like big wings; nice brees*, hrighr
sun. gi.i-c .vered Hook Mount iln and the far-away
lei for a background, ain't really -,. bad, i< lt
now?" and he tried to scratch hi- hard-looking I
head with a hind leg, hui only luce.led In shiting
lt --v-i-.v .i_. .in-- the eave* of h:.s house. A i
lound, which might have i.n i chuckle, ,
, w.ts hi ul .-ml Grandfather Mudturtle looked an- \
gnly ti Taciturn Mike, but that gentleman was |
nking al the river, looking as Inno enl .- s
, hoi er? bun. Th* mi Fir;;- grumbled awhile to
himself and then nettling down comfortably in the
warm mud. soon bevan to blink, too, and presently
fell Into the anus of th ii sleepy god who bul y iu
, know thc
Th- i. t mud turtle ssa wai a good tine. It
wai ovei ., triangular course, hs If i mlle ,.n each
sid-, and wi lilt I over lour times, making a rad
Of six nil-."- Th- wini nt the start wt- I.lowing
- from the northwest, but f-ll toward the fln
There wer* elei ? and the
ether C ll Archibald, Point
re it-,,t club, Montreal, In the Mab, was tho
line. He w t? f rllow* I closely by
1 F X. Oxholm, Yonkers, In th' Chiquita, and D. H.
' Goodsell, Vonkers, ir. -ho Bo-Peep A schooner got
1 in the wuv of th* Mah and the lt,, Peep und < "<
? the id He ki pt th lead until the last
round, when Archibald passed hlrn snd flnish.-l first.
The time a i ir, M mluutes nn-i 14 Moondi
?:? s i- ml) thlrtv nine second a behind the
sinner I. B Palmer, lanthv (Cricket), was thirl;
Tr,-mas Hale, ir. of Vonken (Beta), fourth: II. V.
Hfk'is. lt ichest?r '/. ildee), fifth.
i meeting of the > . r-.-r.tl Division will be held
neil ng, ul 'he unnual meeting of
? - elation will he held on Wi Inesdsy evening.
n R Palmer, Ianthe club, of Newark, arrlv-d
on Friday night Charles Hi ArchbaM, of the
i te Claire '<? it Club, of Montreal, arrived jp?
II- th* present holder of the
Balling championship Tho stoop yacht Smuggler,
owned by Frank C Moore and Roi,er' H. Peebles,
of tho Knickerbocker Canoe Club, arrived on Fri?
day night, it ri I rho ho'i*-hn_f Devil, owned hy Pr.
Plnckney, if N-w Y-,rk. which was returning from
i cruise t. 1 I nv." lough! refuge jn the harbor
f; -ii i ? rm yesti rds) srtern
TUT Elli. LOST BIS HEAD.
ur. TRIED TO tlCTT A MOVIXO TRAIN OFF THU
TRACK, AM' BCCCEEUED.
C ru lo Springs. (1,1., July II The p.-issengers
on tho i*.,lorn,lo Midland train No. IM had a Bar
escape from death to-day, The train left
i?, 1 wi- due here at ll IO. I'pon
reaching i point <ik;t:' miles north <,f here and
while running aboui twenty miles an hour, a big
bull w hlch i herd of cattli. turned and
?? .. mlmal'i h-.t-i was , ut
off ai ? ?? i-f' the track, running on the
t seventj yar.D. and dashed . -? rn
f th. it, _ ? the tei ?? i- ta ung a r -<
. ..-..ito ,-,ir ( I lUghe 1 Into ?Ti?
lt,-st hunk [Tie da) ? -i"!i Uso lefl th* irack. but
man n rn lined on rho rails.
crea aav res by Jumping.
Had tl in t'" '? ir is further lr woul I
vcr a high embankment
G S. Truman. Thomas H. Wood. Mt. and Mr*.
W H. Vreeland. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wood
Meeker. Mrs. George W. Montgomery. O. B.
Smith and J. N. Wilson. Th-, following are regis?
ter-1 from Brooklyn: Miss E. Hind ricka, J. Wood.
S H Hayes. I. Om mr. l)r. H. H. Price, William
C. Longmore, Mrs. C. Bruns. Miss Bruns, F. J.
Logan. Mrs. T. H. Morissa, Miss Vanderbilt. T. 8.
Vanderbl.t. Mrs. J W. Smyth, Miss Smyth. Henry
G. A sha. B. W. Elliott. H. K. Hayden and George
Th.- recent arrivals at the Prospect from New
York are George K.dm. Mr. and Mrs. o. H. Weber,
Mr. and Mrs. C C. Weber, Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
Page. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mitchell. Mr and Mrs.
H. Dueenbory, Mr, and Mrs. William S. Hr.tv, Miss
?leorgla Gray. Mrs E. Klnnev. Miss E. A William?
son. K H Haven-, Fred Havens, T. D. Hailey,
Mr. and Mrs. Vf. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Homer. Mrs. A. Slmulson, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Hamed. Dr Carl Heck and famllv. Mr and Mri.
J. J. Almrall, Misses Hamed, Mr. and Mrs. George
D. Heneken, Miss Gertrude Heneken. Allen and
Will Heneken. Ralph I). Warren. Nelson and
Joseph Greenfield. Miss Greenfield, Charles R.
Allon. Weber McQueene, E. P. Merril, a Shaff.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Poelgor. Miss Carrie Poelger, Miss
Flora Wehle. W. R. I.ant-rung. (*. I.auurung. Mr.
and Mrs William Phillip. Mr. and Mrs H. E.
Spadoni, M.ss Blanch Spa loni, Miss Girdner, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Martin. Mr and Mrs G. Newman,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tottin. From Hrooklyn. Mr.
and Mrs. John Cortl.edge. Charles Cortlledge. Mliuee
(')rillelge, Mr. and Mrs. David Hame;-.. Mr. and
Mrs T S. St John, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wilson,
Miss Wilson. Theodore M. Towl and family, E. M.
Sllger. Miss Sllger. Mr and Mrs. P. W. Wurster,
Mieses Wurs:er. Mr and Mrs. T. E. de Belxedon,
Mr. and Mrs. E I. Horsman, the Misses Horsman.
Miss Oenevtve Wlswell. Miss Kittie Jameson. Fred
H. Johnson. Arnold Davidson. John Derby. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Van Derwuken and Mrs. C. A. Miller.
XEW HOUSES FOR THE IXSASE
WORK ON THE BLOOMINODALE ASYLUM
IT NF. QUARTERS AT WHITE I'l.AJNS Wttti SOOH
BE BESOT FOR BSE THE OEXERAL
The new buildings of the Bloomlngdale Asylum
f,,r tbs Insane st Whits Plaina ar.- rapidly neartsjg
completlon, and ? fen weeks more will probably
Hud th-m rei,Iv for the reception Of the patient!
now in the .-id asylum at One-hundrsd-and otp*
snteenth-st and the Boulevard. Columbia CoUsgS
owns the present sit. ,,f tho asylum, and when tbe
lug building IO familiar lo New-Yorkers ls va
Cated lt will he torn dOWB tu make room for Colum
bla'l new buildings. Almost all the existing hosple4
luis foi th- Ins.tn, aro built upon tha closely com?
pact pian, of this the present Bloomlngdale Asylum
and the city asylums on Hluokw.-U's and Wanl'i
Manda aro examplea The cutta?;." pian-that ls. a
gi mp of detached buildings with a snail cen?
tral Mtabllahmenl has been tried in Kankakee, m.,
and In Toledo, Ol io. Bul this is another extreme,
and it cannot be eald la have I.a _boti than mod?
erately successful. The pavilion pla. hts been
tried als,, and many exampb s of its working can
h- s.-ri In Pennsylvania and In New-York, where
tho asylum at OgdettSbUTg '".an be mentioned as
, good example of tn- system. Th- plan ot this
hospital shows that the latest thought 1s In the
dir,ciion ,,f a connected and well-arranged group
of distinct huil,lings.
The plans ,.f rho n-w Bloomlngdale Asylum are
essentially the same lo design as the Ogdeasburg
plan, except that the latter, being a State Instllu
rl ni and obliged to care for S great numb-r of
patients, musi necessarily have a larger dormitory
spa,:- than is shown In thc- Bloomlngdale plan.
This plan may be briefly described as follows: It
consists of i collection of -alrteen distinct bidd?
ings, connected with narrow, Well-lighted corridors.
The corridors connecting tb. parts occupied by the
patients ara higher than the regular pavilion plan
corridors, but they aro Mibordlnated In .ovation
to the other buildings, which are thereby thrown
into strong reiiet They afford easy and protected
access to all par's of tl-e wards
The general arrangement of the blocks of build?
ing- ls such that no part of the group shall be far
from the general oi medical oSta ?, or from the
kitchens, laundry, shops or heating apparatus,
All th* n?w buildings ara far enough apart to allon.
free ncc-ss to all parts of tli.-m of tight and air,
.-t there is hardly a "dead slr" .space ur dai v corner
In the entire group. From all lides ol the lections
the outdoor now can be aeen in- section! i<> ar
such relation! lo one another that a pun-nt trana*
f. rred Irom one to anotb. r n ill lind u som. w nat dif?
ferent hall and get a now vl-w fruin tho windows.
Thus much of the monotony of bis lif-* will bo
broken anl n-w Impressions given.
Ths entire group <>f buildings would comfortably
shelter loo patients. But of them tho administra?
tion building and the sections st 'h.- extreme .-nds,
not sh rwn In ibe plan, are lo be built later When
the new asylum is opened ii*) patients will m.a
[ comfortable quartera, as w!ii th. doctors, nurses
and the general help, The averag* number of
patient* In th.- asylum is .;,?, The natural Increase
In numben, if all th* leglttmat. appeals to lu aid
could be answ-r-l. woul,. bring tn'- population to
t more be .re the nen home could ne com?
The building* no* nearing completion are: The
chapel, the kitchen and laundry, the ihop and tho
paul: ms. The a Imlnlatratlon building li n->t yet __,
gm. lt i* designed, however, to contain reception
roomi, a largt commtttci room, the superinten?
dent's uni business oltlce, library iii laboratory,
and a -"iii amusement ball for tu- patients, 'ideas
t --'in. will I- on io- ural Dooi On ihe second and
third doora aro living rooms for persons employed
in th- asylum.
Tho ,11.^.01 building will afford r,, ,m t,,r the pur?
poses >,f th- central administration building until
in-- latter is built, and > in ..is,, i.. us.-u for tbe ac
comm "daiion of tn- Increased number of intendants,
which ti.umpletton of the buildings will moko
'l cessary, P ia arrangi I I ? all .rd excellent lem*
porary offices, a commute! room, reception-roou*)
ui,ruy. etc., and in it will be permanent toora.' tor
th- dispensary, tn- druggist, housekeeper and.
steward on tne second nooi will i?- .. large as- "'
somb|y-room for Munday services and the we kiy
entertainments wc,-ri sr* given to the patients.
This .in can !?? reached from ..ll ihe wards
through Inclosed and covered passages. Th- kitchen
building ls in the r-.r of ibe .nap,I. u ls cue
si,.ry high and well lighted. Ampi- room bas bein
made tor the large kitchen, (lour ..no bread rooina,
gem ral non ro tn ? and - uller). In thi real i*
a largo coal vault, Ihe floor of which l- .-n s level
wub the Mool ol tne engine and boiler rooms under
the shop building. Tins building snd the laundry
are on either side ol the coal vault mentioned,
iney are one story buildings, and are well arranged
(,-r the purposes indicated b) their names
The pavluoni for tne p..innis ,,i- srranged as
followi. In ru- i.r--: pavilion, on either stu,- of Hs
cintra, are, on the nrst ti-?,r. th. inti ... for fie
Physicians and supervisors ot lb. mali snd female
warda, and recepi n rooms for fri*, ls ot patients,
lu the second stor) aie sccommodatloni l..r the
,!-- ? unntcit d with t:.? paruin nt, an i .u
th* third door are bedrooma which can i". used
for patients should necessity arl** Th* ward
proper cn: tins a corridor, broken ai right angles
near the centre, on each lid* of which are rooms.
I'his corridor la broadened when ii approaches tbs
ends ol the building, malling bright and cheerful
Places for patients lo -lt wnen reading or work?
A separate sitting-room, with a projecting win?
dow, la placed at the angl ? where the corrld >r "irns.
i" the sat.eniral pan ... tue hall diagonally
opposite ihe titting loom, arc a largo dining ? , ni and
pauli) The nod.ni-, vari rn mw, ana many t,f
them have connecting doors, so mat ihey can be
used separately or together, -is occasion requires. A
wari can I- temporarily divided Into two par's, .sj
th.it a pain nt who rut) be noisy or violeni lor ths
time being can be removed lo the rear end >.f the
ward and tn, doon closed This will obviate tba
-?>? of removal to a separate ward, which l*
to be avoided on account of the bad effect lt baa
on excitable patient! and upon rho oil,, rs with
whom thoj may ho thrown li) contact
Pavilion No ! i- In most respects like tbe ilrst,
hut as lt la Intended for tn Intermediate class ,f
patients, tu reaped to condition; for acute and
suicidal cases, snd for s reception hall, the sitting
rootn is not shut off from the corridor, bul 1- tefl
?imply as an expansion of lt This will facilitate
the constant watcnlng which such patient! require.
In th- protecting front of this section ar* rooms
w tii.-h can be used for the Isolation snd Individual
treatmi nt <>f special casi i
There is still s third tn rtlon, which bas not vet
r.n built. This is luton,l-l for violent cases Its
features, as planned, are Iti numerous subdivisions.
a sun parlor, and provisions for th* subdivision of
a class of patients wh.. mutually excite one another
and whose ci,,so nelghborh.l la a conatant provo?
cation to disorder and violence.
Section No. i is in the roar, midway between
thi- first and soc,,n,l sections, ano connected with
them h\ a cover* I corrido". li is intended for ex?
citable patients, t.ut when the third section, already
mentioned, la built, violent patio its wlU be treated
there, and this fourth section will become ag n
flrmary an.l hospital building The arran gonion t of
the rooms .md , orri lor-. Include* a lurg ? dormitory
and looms to accommodate special pan.i.t*, pro?
vision ls also mad." for temporary occupancy by the
friends of patient! who may be dangerously ill.
There are elsa rooms fur ordinary patients, com?
fortable "day spaces." a sun parlor and a largs
Two sm til building* are provided for the use of
tho employe* of the asylum. Thes,. are dining,
rooms, and aro easily accessible fr,,m both the kit?
chen and wards. The llrst and s. con,I sections on
?sch sid- of thf centre ar.- designed for patients
on the thr.o floors. A basemen! free from heating
apparatus uni rooms finished otT In fl-.e r,,of will
give ihe extra room required for employes. This
extra spa.-- Includes working, dining and sitting
rooms outside the limits of the wards
The "disturbed'' buildings hmo only two doors for
patients, and a basement for such uses as may
arise Ample facilities for bathing are provided
throughout the entlr- asylum.
This great hume for the Insane will he most solidly
built. The facing of the basement ls gray stone and
the superstructures will t..> of tricks of medium
qualltv. conib'ned In dark rind light shahs
Bright rod Hies and slate- crown tbs whole. The
stile of the buildings ls the Spanish Henatssance.
The site of the new asylum is bet ween the middle
snd north ends of the farm. Its position affords easy
access to both the front and rear from either of
the public roads which bound tbs farm, and by
avenues which do not approach the wald building!
The good work BCCOanpllabed yearly by the New
York Hospital and its branch, the Bloomlngdale
Asvlum. ls too well-known to require cornmeal tiers,
and the trustees and onie.rs of the Institution have
good reason tu congratulate themselves voon the
speedy completion of tb* new aaylum.