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BASEBALL.
*
(Simdß Defeat Superbas Again, 9 to
J — MeGinmtjt Hurt.
RESULTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
NATIONAL I.F.Af.rE
>.>w-Tork. J>; Brc->klyn. 1. iClnclnnatt. S; Pittsburp 1.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Iftrsr.Tacft S:l»etrMt. 2. ; Phlladelrh'.a. 4: <-hie 2.
St. Louis. 2. \Vsvh:n«t"n. O. <-lex*lan.l. 6; Boston. 5.
GAMES TODAY.
NATIIONAL M:ac,l'k
Cssetansri «t >:»>w-Tork. 'St. i.-. U ji> at Baaasa
Chicac at Brooklyn. iPitisburc at Philadelphia.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
JC«w.Twk «• I>«rc,n. | 8.»M..n at Cleveland.
nii:*(!r!rn;a at Ctaicaca. W"a>-hinjtion at St. Louis.
THE RECORDS.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Clur^ Wr-n.l^Jt.P.r. i .-!-.]i= Wiai Lost. p c
yew-Trrk 14 4 .77R|Ro*t<-n .. ftp ,V»o
Chlcat--. 14 •» .<»<>] Cincinnati .. .10 11 47fl
Pittshu-C 14 » .<>B«jSt. I^nuis .. .. fi lr, -'T.I
Brrcklvn 10 la .V>o Philadelphia ... « 15 .2-0
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Clubs W^n.Lost.P.c.l CSShs Won.Lost.Pc
Chl«*< 11 6 m; st Loau T r Riio
Thiladflrhia ..12 7 .4391 Cleveland fi 8 <•»•>
New-Tcrk » V .ri29| I-tr..|t . 7 1O fM
•SBSSS . V 1. .s<«.v Washington . B 11 '.313
OSMS r»srs:n th» Giants ttefrated the Supcrbas ir.
a sMM c.^nip y-rstcrday at the Polo Grounds.
TIM visitors at no tim<- looked dangerous or as if
•they hoped to score a victory at the last minute.
The hc.rr>» players started right in to set run?.
scoring one in the first and a«l<l!np seven more
tallies to their score in the fifth inn:ns;. McGlnnlty
was in th^ t>ox for the Now-York team, and Gar
vin. who hss been pitching in excellent form, did
Thf twirlinc Car the Brooklyn nine. McGlnnity was
knocked seasjslHß in the fif;h bssans; by being
bumped into at second l»y I>ahl<n. The "Iron
Man" coon revived, and plucklly lefused to leave
the came. ' •
* In the fifth inning Jordan made a nice assist to
Doyle of L«»uder's bounder. Gilbert pot to first on
\<&i\e. Msi was sent to ihird by a I 11 I>HP»| by
Bresnahan. He came home on McGinnlty's bound
or to Garv.r. McGinnlty irl»»d to si>a! seooiMl. and
I>sh]en tried to touch him out before he reached
th^ base. In so dolns he not only bumped into Mc-
Ginnlty with sufficient force to knock .h<- -'Iron
Man" down and out. but thr hai in which he h<?ld
the ball struck the pitch' r in the face. McGlnnity
■w-as declared safe aa the haw Piosvne iilt a hot
liner to centre, sendlnc home Bresnahan and Mc-
Glnnity. He got to second on a wild throw, and
ecored on Van Haltren's hit. XlcGann also scored
a hit. Dunn soon afterward p- nt home Vari Hal
tren and McGnnn. By rrood l.ase rt'nnlng- Dunn
crorsrd the home plate. The rcore:
XEW-YOItK. J BROOKLYN.
ab r lb jk) a «-,Stranc. rt... <• «> 1 • 0
I?-t!'»rne. rf..R 2 3 1 <« 1 iMcCreedie. rf.4 1 1 1 0 O
VH'frj. ef. .3112 •iflbeHsai H 4 11 2 S O 0
■eCsasa. lb. r. 1 ;10 1 o D"-.>, ib 4 • • • 2 •
Mertes. 1J...3 » 1 2 t» <t,Dahl»-n n ...a 11 <• 3 2 0
Dsaa, * s 4 112 2 l.Rltter. c 2 • •> I 2 2
I— il»l ,Ib. .4 • 1 1 2 S.Flond 2b 3 « 0 3 1 0
Gilbert. 2b.. .2 1115 <»ilordan, 3b ..S 0 <• O 3 1
lirfs'n'h'n. c.4 2 2 7 <• O:Garvin. p 3 • <> : 2 o
aiKJinalty. p. 3 1 « 1 1 v! —
j Totals ' . . 30 1 324 12 3
Totals ... 33 l> 12 27 U 2
■sar-T«Bk 1 oor>7 1 0 0 x— 9
t>ookiya << 0 o O • 1 • a O— l
Earned r-j".» — New-York 2. Left sa haws T*i ■ Tm>.
€ Brooklyn. 2. Two i>a«» hit«— r.rentiahan. 2. Stolen
BCSCB— VISB9 H«!ti»-n. r>unn. Gilbert. Dsxilllce — BU
BSR. Van Haltren. OlHHllj . Ritter. t irst tw!«e on
bails — Off Garvln. 3. Fim; hase on errors — New-York. 1.
Brooklyn. 1. Ptruck out— Bt McGlnrlty. 7; by Oarrta.
2. Balk— By Clai 1 111. 1. Time. l:4'i I'mr -' >:.y.
Attendanc*. C.2C5.
CINCINNATI, 3; PITTSBURG, 1.
At ntt«burs— R. H. E.
Cinclr.natl 2O0<««»0100— 3 S 1
Firtsbunt <. <■ «• (i « 1 <• .• <• — 15 o
Battenee — Futbtiff and Pntz: Leener and Smit!). At
fri,:-.-> 5.54<».
NIW-YORK AMERICANS BEAT DETROIT
Tancehill's Pitching Puzzles the Western
— The Score. 8 to 2.
TUT KUMBsn TO THE THIDINK]
Detroit, Maj- .— For eicht innings to-day Tan
nehlll was an enigma to the -home p!aytrs. They
tried th*r be»t to golve his delivery, but not until
the last inning -were they able to bunch a few
hits, scorlr.? two runs, the only runs they made
in the paxne. Hcßea occupied the box for the
l>etrolt team, lr; the seventh inning; for the vis
itors. Keeler and McFSirland tr> ; to first base on
balls. V/illiams knocked a liner into ElberfeWs
rait. Elr^rfe'.d completed a double play by touch
ing McF^rland i»fl second. Ganzel's hit scored
K"-l»r Ganzel stole second, and scored on Con
roy home run. Lonjr hit to Yeacer and was out.
Conroy's home run »af the feature of the prarne
The soar*:
DETROIT. I NEW-YORK.
ab r lb p*» a c abrllipoi c
Fsrrett. cf.. 4 "' <> 0 1 <» ; Davu=. If • 1 1 1 • 0
Smith. 2t>... 4 0 1 1 2 n Keeler. rf 4 2 110 0
Crawford. If 4 <> «' 1 " 2 : McFarland. cf 8 1 " 1 0 0
Elberf^W. SB 3 O A 4 4 <• Williams. 2b. 4 0 1 2 2 <>
Car. II - ■■ 213 I I'Gcnzel. 1b... 5 2 412 2 0
O*«ler rf.. 1 •' O •■ « O'Conroy. 3h... •'■ 1 2 <• 3 0
TcaareT St>-. 3 <' ■ I I • r mis, ss. . •". 1 <> S 3 »•
McAlti*t«r. - 3 1 1 4 3 1 O'Connor. c. 3 o 3 « 1 0
Sfullin. r • aiiiso Tannehlll, p.. 3 • 3 1 S 0
Totals .2:' 2 ."> 2T 17 4' -.■■:,' .. 37 6 IT. 27 16 O
ICew-Tork 1 • 2 O 1 1 1 • 0-*
Detroit 0 ii o o o n n • 2—2 —
Tsui liasi si slalMa Three bas«- hit oysaaai Horn*
runs — C.anzel. Osaro) Bacrtllce hits— Williams, O'Con
ror. Stolen base — Gariz'l. Bases on ii»:i« -OB Mullin. 4;
cJT TannehJll. I. First nr.s* on error* ■ ■ New-York. 1.
l>»-ft on ba.«efi — Detroit, S; New-York. *. Struck out— By
MnlHa. 3; by Tannehlll. 4. I>ouW<» pssj* Flloifwlii to
Carr. Parsed boll— M«AlH<>ter. Time — 2^«>. Umpire —
O'LouEhlln. Attendance — 1.533.
ST. LOUIS, 2: WASHINGTON, 0.
At Ft. Louis— ■> H. E.
Ft Lr>uiF ...I • ♦ 1 • • • • a— 3 » <>
W«ehlnrt«n « <> " • " " • " O— «> „ * °
Battene* S=ud!-'>rf aia£ Kahoe; Townsend and Drill. At
sßßdaaee. I V*>.
CLEVELAND. 6: BOSTON. 5.
At Cleveland — R- H. E.
Cleveland O2»Ollt«l— «M 5
SSum I " " ° " 2 • " 2— S " O
UattPrt^r—B^rr.hanl and Bemis. H'JKhe-. Dlneen and
Criper. Attendance. 2.763. •
PHILADELPHIA, 4; CHICAGO, 2.
At Csssssja R- H. E.
niUadelphla . © 1 ° ° " ° <♦ n 1 <» "—" — * " -
cSic^- " " 1 0 1 " <• • " « "- 2 1«> 3
Batteries— White and Sullivan; Wgddell and Srhreck.
Attendar.ce. 2,40>».
STATE LEABUE.
A' CttSS— 3: H - E * -
A .w. n i 0 « 4:3 • » • •— • II 1
Cll - ::::;;.;."• O n w 4) O 0 ■ •-• ♦ ♦
Batfne-— Hn*tinit» and H«;. Fisher ar,d Barter.
At Blnrr-.n.on— „ „ J^ H E.
fcr e-ectadv 0 O O lin <• O <• 2—13 11 6
Blnrhamton •• I- I • 1 • • ■ o—B* ' "'
Batterie*- McGeara and McNamara;; Scott. Ker.neflc
arjc Tavlor and rarni.
A A f\raj>» 1 2 '» O 1 n O O 1-5 M- 4
A j ,j i 2 o « 1 o rt o 1 — T> 4 4
Syracuse '.'. O •» " O 1 »•••—! T 5
Pa'terie* — and Strsta; fefasas an«l Irquha?"!.
lilt* I!1 ° n: i o o o i i o i O-5" H. E6E 6
. ...1 r. o « 1 1 « 1 «- ♦ ■ "
gj ...0 2 •' f .. rt 1 O 0-3 7 6
Batterie-— and Clock; Devce and Rafter
JERSEY CITY, 12: PROVIDENCE, 3.
jc «^y <'jty defeated Providence to-day throujrh
hard hitting; at opportune moments. Providence
touched Pf&nmillrr up for a three- La cper. a two
ba-«e h:t and a single in th* Fecond. but only prored
once. The locai team outplayed the visitors in the
field. The score: n H E
Jersey City .2 © 2 « 1 3 4 O x-12 11 1
I»rovi«s-nc« 1 10100000—3 P 4
Hatteties — rfanmiller and SdrManu*; CSBSI and Farmer.
NEWARK, 4; WORCESTER, 3.
Wtpi'rs hcnif run drive over- the left field f*nc*
In thf fourtt**nth inning won the pame from
-\Vor<-f«te>r to-day. The score:
R. H E.
Vewark .0000000 l 10000 — 6 3
TVorwtT .0.O««0OOOSOO00 — 3 10 8
natterle*— Mortarlty and Shea; McFail and Steelman.
A. Buffalo : i « j » J 2OO r!! E ,
Buffalr. 1 « 2 1 1 2 f. 0 X 7 »
Baltimore 0 ■ " 2 0 • • 0 o—2 6 4
Bati«ri«»— ilcGee and Shaw; Bro»n. G«ttl« and Robin
son.
At Toronto: " „ . , , R- H. E. :
nocheeter nnfiononil — . *
Toronto "- 3 ■ ■ •' ■O 2 0 x— lo 13 1
Bauerfe*- Leonard, Hope ani Ever?; Kif«ir.ger and
Toft. - '
NEW-ENGLAND LEAGUE.
At L«T-»ii- -I>n»el!. 7. Concord. *V.
At Brorktoo— Haverhlll. 7; Brock.or.. 1.
At *-*nTi'-*— L*»renc*. 4: Fall River. 2
CONNECTICUT STATE LEAGUE.
At Me-l«en— Norwich. 10; Merldtn. B .
At fprlnffleld— Fprtnpfleld, 5: New-Haren, 2.
At ifanford— Hertford. 8: New-Lor^Jon. 4
At Holyoke— Holyoke. •: Bridgeport. »
CORNELL'S TEAM STARTS EAST.
Ithaca. N . T., May i: (Special).— Cornell'", baac
ball nine left Ithaca this afternoon on Its annual
Eastern trip. In which -Kill be Included g*mes with I
Wllllame. Harvard. Ho!y Cross, Columbia, Prit - j
ton and Pennsylvania, In the order narn*d. A.l- :
thou«h the learn doe* not expect to beat Harvara
er Holy Crcee. --.'. -iT.'t- 1« expressed In Is
r»r#» of wtnnlnjr the other itnmei. -Several
chanpe* have been aVsssl In the team in prepara
tion for this trip. Bristol, who wae one of the
best of the ■■!.:r.f >t*ff ia«t year. ha. r«.r..ec
l?h« f I;a l m< *- an< * will be taken East. UniFtad,
rirh.fli, e J' batUn * heavily, will b- played at
Placi-ie twl h ° n hr ls not in the P'tcher's box. dto
tw jMre ° been a Cxture in Tiphl lor
mTJ^iii" 1 "-,^ wt n com P«'« Urn party are Cha^e.
cLt^Jr nd T- Bri! " t'lt ' 1 - pitchers: Welch and Sh^pard,
hnH » : Ferpuson. first base; Bruun, eeoond
thirVi l! V shortstop; G. .1. Contello. vHptaln.
rw !?"?li £ r *T? ter - l " ft fleW : BUlcr. centrefold:
l^mstad. riKlit field and pitcher; A. A. Cortrllo and
xnana subnUutes J^nnin^F. ccach. and Vincent.
HARVARD, 9; ANDOVER. 0.
Andover. M.-i^s.. M.iv 11 -Harvard found Phillips
Andover a «<»..,] opponent on tiie diamond for a
five innines this afternoon, but aft<_-! that it
batted in enough runs to make th*- final scons S
t<> I In Its fav.r. Brown plfrlwi well for Andover
f ?f.i flv f imiiiißs. when h<- v.fakrned. and at thle
critical time he was riven poor support in the rield.
Tho s> ort:
V" "ard i 0 « O<> 2 •( _ x—9 n 2
Anaov«r <i (i o(ioii t , <> ii -ii 5 7
Bitit;i»s Coiixn. .-tlilrr.an and K. K'-rnm R - W.
Brown a:.O IV c. n>-. n
COLUMBIA. '06, BEATS C 5.
<->:ii!vl.;k. '«6 .11 1 j 1 L . << 3 „ 0_» |» %
Columbia. 'oTi . 11 1; ■■ 1 <> o 3 <> o 0 * 4
Katterir* — Cannon. Del Rio and Carter, Tilt and Fram
bach.
SHAMROCK 111 WiNSAGAII
Leads Old Boat by Four Miles-
Fine Wind-card Work.*
Gourock. Scotland. May 11 —The windward work
of the Shamrock le-da] waa little short of mar
vellous, and even more so was the manner in
which she carried way while going about She
stayed on the weather how of the old boat, and
practically kept pa' c with her opponent with light
winds and through smooth water. Yachtsmen are
surprised at Mr Fife's persistent avoidance of a
formal racing trial, although Sir Thomas Upton
fai said to be anxious that the racers po tht set
course, and the challenger has shown form ade
qurte to win with any reasonable handicap. Mr.
Fife, it is BBS* ill nt. is not willing to yive an op
portunity of showing all that Shanirock 111 is ca
pable of between marks.
The two Shamrocks had a fine light weather trial
to-day. The yachts, under clubtopsails and jlbtop
pails over their lower canvas, left Gourock In a
three-knot northerly wind. Shamrock I drifted
quite as fast as the Cup challenger, and had a
long lead as thoy started down the channel. Off
Holy Loch the boats got a six-knot breeze from
the northwest, and as soon as Shamrock 111 was
perceptibly heeled, she began to overhaul h'-r op
ponent, and froon closed up and passed th>* older
boat in the steadier breeze.
Below Dunoon Urn boat= started afresh on a beat
out to windward, ani the challenger made better
work than she hnci yet shown. In half an hour,
without flukes, she left Shamrock I fully a quarter
of a mil<- benind. Ac the wind strengthened, she
opened away on tach tack, holding high In the
v.-md an travelling fast, beating Shamrock 1 on
tv^rv yard sailed. When over two miles astern
Shamrock I made a cast into the Bute .shorp. but
lost the wind and lay almost becalmed, while the
challenger increased the big gap separating them.
At the end of the windward turn th'- challencr
had a ad of about four miles?— a brilliant perform
ance, even allowing for the advantage, of me wind.
\vt,»-n the yachts rejoined on-- another they
finished ih«- day's work with a strong r*uch up the
llrth. in a fresh nine-knot breeze. At the start
Shamrock 1 was to windward, on the weather bow
of the challenger, but the latter .-aught up and
passed her. going clear through her lee. reach-
Ing home, off the Gourock Yacht Club house, a
minute and thirty-five seconds ahead.
RUSH WORK ON RELIANCE.
Spars Changed, Hijging Overhauled and
Masts Scraped.
Bristol, R. 1.. May 11.— This afternoon the main
boom of the Reliance was unshipped and taken
ashore ar.d the spare boom. Just completed, was
I taken aboard in its place. The new gaff. mr.de two
i feet longer than the oid one to take up the slack
! Jn the leech of the mainsail, was also landed, and
I the original one. lengthened sixteen inches at the
! jaws, was adjusted In Its place.
Sailors, riggers, carpenters and painters were at
work on the new yacht in the Herrcshoff basin to
; -day, and they were rushing things as much as pos
sible to get the yacht ready to resume her trial
gplns to-morrow. Six men scraped the mainmast,
and afterward applied an* coat of paint. The
I riggers were aloft fit the mainmasthead the greater
; part of the forenoon adjusting the gear .it that
! point while upon the topmast two men in the
I 1 . atswatn'e chair rubbed down the stick and phel
lacked it The spinnaker pole was raised up by
1 means of tackles and the crew hastily went over
! the surface or it with shellac. The weather condl
' tions were entirely favorable for rapid work.
Th» tender Sunbeam arrived from Newport nt ?
i o'clock with Mr. Iselin and a party of fr!en<ls
board and ran in alongside one of the piers.
WESTCHESTER DEFEATS SQUADRON A.
Wins by Score of 11 to 6 1-2 — Outplays
Troopers at Almost Every Point.
Westchester defeated Squadron A yesterday at
Vr»n Cortlandt Park in the first po'.o game of the
Squadron A PoV> Club's open tournamrr.t. The
victors outplayed the troopers at almost every
point of the game, earning eleven goals while the
Squadron could only make two. The latter, how
ever, was ajlowed five goals by handicap, but lost
one-half for two safeties made by H. M EEarle in
the third period, so Hie 'in! nccre was 11 goals
for Westcbestsr to r - ; for Squadron A.
The visiting team was well mounted and a fast
gam" was played from the start. Th" first two
periods were completely owned by Westchester.
Brokaw made the first count, and then each other
member of the team scored once in that period.
Coo.ey did all the counting in the second period,
and not until the third period was nearly finished
did Douglas make the first count for the Squadron.
At the opening of the fourth period Herbert made
a neat go.»l and raised the hopes of the Squadron
men for m close finish, but weak team work on the
part of troopc-rs lost many excellent chances for
goal possibilities. Hunt did the strongest work
for the Squadron. Earle was a good back, but not
as active as usual. The lineup and score:
WEPTCHESTER. I BQCAOROX A.
I— S rt-rtiil 3;l— LeE^tt J. Hunt 1
2— .1 I. Klair 312 — R. G D. Dongiaa 2
3_J c Cjoley. Jr BIS— R. L. H*rt-«r( 2
Back H. C. Brokaw 3|Back H 11. Earle 2
Totals 1-1 Totals 7
FIRST PERIOD.
Gcal. Madiby. Team. Time.
1 Brokaw Westeheyter 6:30
2.'.'.'.'. '. Reynal W«rtch«rter - • I*o
5 C»->ley Westchester 4:.-,5
4 IJlalr ■ - - - Westchester 1:30
•"•■• 6BCOXD PERIOD.
« c<k>l»v Westchesirr 3:O0
c".' .'."." Cool ey . W««cbeater 4:<X>
THIRD PERIOD.
7 Cooley Westeh<*Mer *:JS
8."-"...Dou«U» Squadron a B:J»
0 Reynal W«atch«^«- 3:O0
Squadron A piliallKHi U» lf a ■•al for two saf<-tie*.
FOURTH PERIOD.
10 Herbert Sauadron A 2:iV>
11 Brobaw Westchester l:.^
1"» Cooley Westchester 4:30
IS! . '. '. '. [Reynal Westchester 3:05
Summary: Goals earned- -WeyUhester. 11: Bsaadijaa A.
2 Allowea by handicap— Sauadron A. .'. t«Bi by penal
,,_S<,uadron A. <m. Net score— Wertche«er. II;
Pouadron A. <5V Referee— Allen. Timekeepers—
K. C. Lawrence and A. }'.. WklUMji
SHOOTING.
Battalion of 12th Regiment en Range at
. Creedmoor — Qualify.
Creedmoor. May 11.-The range was occupied to
day by a battalion of the 12th Regiment, under the
command of Major T. C. Buck. There we™ t&
officers and men present, of whom 307 qualified as
marksmen, and received the State decoration. The
skirmish firing was taken up at silhouette targets.
OFFICERS' QUALIFICATION^ __
yd». yds. Total.
MaJ.T TC. Biiok. Fie: i ||? '* "'
Major W. <i !>• B .unih.-, . Flfid « » »
Captain C. v\" Smith, S aff ijj ,- =
First Lieutenant M. .^ o £'"' £'*£„«' " "' 20 2O 40
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traction?. &c.
On May 2'.nh ani 30th ExearsiOO tickets nt reduced
rates srtti .be sold at 4^5 Broadway. 130 l Broadway and
Ferry oHIi-pf. <i ir.i; an opportunity of personally selectlns
a Bunmier home, and al!"o enjoying a day's ii«hlng in this
ilellKhtful region. Tlcl:ets sood returning up to Monday.
June 1
IN NITVV TORK: Ml. l*>. lf!7. -42.".. ISM, 1.170 Broad
wny 3 Park Place; 287 and 288 Fourth Ay. : 24.1 Colurrbus
Ay.; 133 Ea«t 125 th St.; 273 West 125 th St.; IS2 sth At.;
ticket olllcf* Franklin ar.d 421 gt. Kerriest. ' j
IN BROOKLYN: 4 Couri St.; M>:> Fulton St.; .T&'i Uroaa
way; Engle Office. , ( . ANI>Rn ON
General Tassnper Agrnt. SO Beaver St.. N. T.
Hotels and Boarding Houses
on Long Island.
A TEERITORY SWEPT BY THE
PREVAILING COOL SUMMER
SOTJTH WINDS FROM THE OCEAN
—THE IDEAL PLACE FOR HEALTH.
REST AND RECREATION. : : :
•PIMMF.R HOMES." a booklet dosi-ribing
hotels and boarding houses, free upon application
c? 1.. I. R. P.. ticket affl^es, Astor House. l-i> i»*>2
Eatrle Bureau). «S7O Journal P.'-sort Hureatn.
(13S1 World Vacation Bureau). i:tK3 nnd i!4«i4
Mail and Express Resort Bureau) Broadway. W>
fith aye. 31th St.. K. X.. and foot New Chnmbers
St.. and' 4.". West l'J.'th Bt.. New York: or send 4
cents in stamps to HOWARD M. SMITH. Hen
<rfl! Pn«senßer Arer.t, L. I. B. X.. 203 Fifth aye..
Kern York.
Sum mer Resorts.
NKW-YORK.
MANHATTAN BEACH
MANHATTAN BEACH HOTEL
AVill Opon Tiu»sd;».y, .lune lGth.
T. F. SILLECK, Tlanager.
289 Fourth A\., at 23d 5t., N. Y.
THE ORIENTAL HOTEL
AVill Open Thursday, June 2.">tii
JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager.
289 Fourth Ay., at 23d St., N. Y.
; - ; Tel. 1749 18th, care Torrn nvd Coun
ty Hotel and Travel Bureau.
New Fort William Henry Hotel,
LAKE GEORGE. N V. Owned bjr Hudson Valley Rail
way Company. At the Gateway of th*- AdirondnckF
Most beautifully located Fiimmer hotel in New Tork
State. Furnifhed* new throuphout. SurpasslriK its old
llme popularity. l'ortnK's celebrated Etrinß and brass
band Cpen from .Tune to October. Hoarlj trolley ssr
vice to Sar«Toen. W. W. BROWK. M R r
Fifteen y«Brs at Basmnora Hotel, Lak»- George.
N» .r York Ofilce. Marlborouph Hotfl. Mr Brown wiil
be at the Marlboroiißh Wednesdays In May. \Vi!te for
hnndcome illustrated folder.
THE CLIFFTON.
BONAIRE. PATCHOGUE. I- I.
The Popular Summer Kesort on the Great South Ray.
Swept Purlne the Summer by
BOUTHERL.T OCEAN BREEZES
Will open May 16th. Promenade Board W.ks; inrr-ase.s
crchestra for dal'.y concerts and dancing. Sun parlor tot
farlv puests. Write for booklet. W. M. JENKINS. Prop.
CHURCHILL HALL,
OPEN MAT 29TK.
THE REXMERE,
JUNE 2STH.
HOTEL HAMILTON,
OPEN THROUGHOI'T tiif: TRAR. i.eapiw.hotels
OF STAMFORD IX THE CAT3KILLS.
S. E. CHURCHILL. M. J.
CITY OFFICE 3 PARK PLACE. NEW lORK.
THE DUTCHER HOUSE,
PAWLING. DtTTCIIESS CO., Sf. V.
Now Open.
For Information address R. C. LOVERIDGE. Manager.
Var-llng. N. I.
POCANTICO LODGE,
BrlarcUfl Man o E WsalLlnitsr "'ounty. M NewTork.
NOW OPKN FOR THE SIMMER
A m".!erii family hotel, beautifully located In the We»t
chester Hills. . . .
Brlnrcllff Manor dairy and farm products used In the
rU Address MIIS. A P. CARPENTER,
Urlarcllff Manor N. Y .
BERKELEY INN
Ai,d rnltnires, Poeantleo BBBSSB. B. V.
Now op<"n perconal Inspection Invited. Real country.
Well fhadfd lawaa. I'rlvlnir: unsurpassed c untry roads;
■wheellnir tennis. bowltrK. Especially attrartlve for faml
ll»-s- hour and nftf-en mtnuteip from City Hall, carriage by
arr*lntment. Jll*s LEMMOX, «1 West 104th-at.
EDQEMERE HOTEL
tDGEMEIIE. LO!S«. ISLA.ND. B. V.
Ds*aau ji m iSTH
ADVANCE ENQAaEHENTS
NOW BEING MADE
For B»»"kl«-t«. Dlizrami, Ac. «pi»lt to j
THOS. C. WARD, Booking A*ent. i
Caie of R.AVMOND A WHITCOMU. j
2S I'nli.n Square. ',
QUNSET PARK INN. {op*™ m^ 28
k^ I- I\F S T IN <ATS XI s T VIEWS.
CHAS. E. LELAKD. | gagy r.
RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N. V. ,
■•akleta «n<i Information •>' 18* s»aas— y. X. T.
T HE SAaA *°™£ K S.%?i^.%Wk*... £r.
Summer Resort Guides.
Summer Resorts.
XEW-YOHK.
ADinOXDACKS.
The Utowana,
BLUE mojntain LAKE. n. T.
The ljirße« Hotel In the North Woods.
OPEN JUNE TO OCTOBER.
New rout" via N 1 . Central, no staging. Golf, tennis,
bowling; boats and launches; bathing, ping-pong, etc..
and dancing. Superior muMc. New York onVe. 2>tl 4th
Aye.. Town ard Country Bureiu. •
J. B. WHITE. Mgr.
'• ■ THF. ADIRONDACKS.
Hotel AMPERSAND
-**• AND COTTAGES
i/)WER SARANAC LAKE. N. Y.
A most delightful lake and mountain resort. Opens
.Tune 2.lth. Perfect C,r»;f Links. Fishing. Rowing. Bath-
Ing. Tennis and Dancing. Superior Music. Post, tele
graph, telephone offlc« s in hotel. Booklet. 6. 8. MOIII--
TON. M«nac<>r. N. Y. Office, Aeolian Building. Cf.2 Fifth
Aye. (34th St.).
ADIROXDACKS. - L.-KE PLACID, N. Y.
WHITEFACE
OPENS .n-Nr: 1. iiiro. T\T\T
Magnm-rntlJ located. Finest bcatins. II XI IXJ
Kolf. tennis, bowltaff. Mlllar.ls.- etc. Music. ii Ii !♦
Hotel and cottages. Capacity 400.
Now book .it 3 Park Place. New- York.
EDWIN H. LBE. Mnnaser. Winter and Fprinit Hesort.
PRINCETON IVN. ITlnreton. N. J.
MORLEY'S
In the heart of tse Adirondacks; two larjre Hotels and
Cottages; 2.*iOt) fe?t alM>v«- the sea, overlooklnß two of the
■nosl atitiful Lakes in the r»^ion: excellent trout flshlnK.
(•olf. tennis, liowlins. boatinir. bathlnp. huntlnj:: music;
Kimltarv plnmbinr; no j>ulmr>nary invalids; moderate rates;
reduction in June and September. S*>rd for Artistic Cata
lojrue. MOULKY'S. on Lake I'leaFant. Hamilton Co..
N. Y. . ■ ■ . -
HE\KT OF THE I.\KE PLACID.
\l)IIIOM)t(K!>. \i:\V lOKk.
STEVENS HOUSE
T'XDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
Opens Mny 15th. Thoroughly renovated an.! lefumlshed.
Van-, improvements. .'i2 bath suites. Sanitary SJFStSSi
the latest and best. Fine 18 hole Golf Link". Fend for
Illustrated Booklet. Fred. H. Pcofleld. Metropolitan Bulld
lnß. Madison Square, New York Representative.
J. A. A «i. A STEVENS.
The Algonquin
ON LOWER SARANAC LAKE
ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS.
Famed for b«-auty of fnvlronment and ex'-el!ency of
cul?lr.e. Golf. etc. For Booklet AMress
JOHX ll\ROl\<i. ALCOXtI l\. \. Y.
ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS.
The Windsor
BETHTOWN. NEW TORK.
Onp of th'- lari^f-st and finest hotels l;i the n>"unt»n«.
Mnd«ni improvemfnts. Electric llßhts. Private baths.
Pure nmnin; sptias water. Milk and vegetables fro:n
Th" Windsor farm and srarden«. Orchestra.
SWIMMI%(; POOL- FIXEST C(II,F I.IXKS.
Booklet address OI1IANIX) KELLOGG & SON. Preps.
UKE PL.XCII). N. V.
The mo«t ,-hn'mine spot of the Adlrondacks.
GEAND VIEW HOTEL
HENRY ALLKN. Jr«*r.
Room« en suite with private Imthf Elevator; sream
heat; 'ir"n flrfplares. etc. Gulf, tennis, fishirit. hoatinp.
etc. CHAS. M. HAMMOND. \. T. City Represf ntatlve.
Bofkin* offlce. Town an>: Country Hureau. 2>>y -Jth-ave.
(22d-pt.).
Deer's Head Inn, fe: -jg .sr^
Open now. illustrated BookK ■.
BENJAMI> F. STET6OX Propr.
yi |» II II MONTICELLO. N. T.
I nPKQnHPCnP ifn may 1 TO r>EC - x
1 110 1 1 CLWK LUuiiU Special Rates Until July.
Fcr Term? and Bookl. ts addre«*
FRANK U EKNHOUT, Prop.
MANHANSET
HOCFE * COTTAGES. SHELTEP ISLAND. L. 1.. N. T.
HOTBL will open June -»• h. IS hf-ie golf links, yachting,
drlvlnK. etc. Th« New-York office Is op»n dally. 2 to .1
p. m.. at 23 T'nlo i Squari*. Room 3. where apptlcntlons
will be received. i^hcne. 1 "77-lMh Send for terms
and Illustrated pamphlet. ROISERT MVRRAY. Manacer;
al«o Manager o: Pcnre de Leon. St. Augustine. Fla.
RED SWAN INN,
WARWICK. ORANGE COUNTY, N. Y.
Will Open Season l!H>:t. Saturday, Mny .tutli.
A New Retort Hotel quaint, artistic, orlKinal. tor
•elect patronage, afcommodatlnir over Idi gu»«'». Beiu
tifullv locat.-d In the >I|te cf a charmlnc village. Les*
than two hours frorr, New-Tork. Ri.orns slnrlv or en
»ulte. with private baths and atrlctly first class furnish
lnrs. including the famous Oflermour MattreftaMk Stenr.;
heat, elertrlc llr',i. par«»ncer ele\«tr>'- K'.-r< .-»r"upe
ment. lmluding an excellent fiOU course right at >he
house. Superior staMe facilities. Th« most charming
drives anywhere to be foun.j. V.'r'te ff.r our beaurlfullr
Illustrated booklet. Pleace n entlon this r»per.
i C. M. BARTLETT.' Proprietor.
The Grand Hotel
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS. H. T.
"•The I>ea(!lne Hotel of the Catsklll Mountelns."
Every comfoit anil convenience of a city hotel cf th»
hlitheet erade In the heart of the Oaiakilln. Golf links,
tennis rourts. swlmmlns: pool, etc. Superb scenery.
Cuiataa unexcelled.
Parlor cars direct frnm New York to hotel grounds In
three >in<l one-half h -ur«. II K. EDER. Managf-.
K. Y. Office. 249 3th-ave. Telephone.MlxQ Madison S<J.
OPENS JINE TWENTY-FIFTH.
The Palatine, NeKbnr^.?;^
All the com'orta of lac city, with the beneflta of ;»•
country H. N. BAI.N & CO
point o woods f^nSftT..:
V. GERARD Tteas.. Patchcßue. N. I.
ME U'-JKHSET.
SOMERSET INN
AND EIGHT COTTAGES. BERNARDSVILLE. ■ J.
Opena May 16 Closes Oct. 12. 315 miles from New-Tork.
en D L. 4 Vf. R- X.. via Barclay or Chrtstopher St.
FeTr>'." Altttud. 800 feet. GEORGE W. TL'TTU. Mrr
Telephone 7B Bernardsville.
MINOT HOUSE
NOW OPEN*.
ASBURY PARK, n. j.
SELECT SERVICE ELEVATOR. BATHS.
BOOKLET^ VirE _ EUEVAT^AP? A J. MINOT.
De'aU-AIRE. Srrtnr Lake. N. J.. ■»— In June
•jnd-r eanu manairement: ext»ni>iv« lmpri>% ercent».
direct^ on beach. E. U. RICHARD3OK.
Summer Resorts.
FE.\XSYLVA.MA.
Pocono and
Blue Ridge
Mountain Resorts
IN MONROE COUNTY, PENN.
800 to 2.000 Fc«t Above S«a Level
2'z to 3/2 Hours from New York
VIA
LACKA WANNA RAILROAD.
< region nf »or><llard and water, emhra'-<n*
DELAWARE WATER GAP. MT. prx T>.NO.
STROUDSBURG. riUS»T». HENRYVILLE.
RPRAC.UEVIU2. POCONO SI'MMIT and de
lightful resorts throughout the. DELAWARE
VAtAJCT. Golf, fishing, bathing and all ont4f»>r
amusements. Full Information about hotels and
boarding housrs. together with lllustratsU bock
lets, may SS obtained at
INFORMATION BUREAU,
429 Broadway. New York.
THE NEW KITTATINNY.
T'elaware at-r Gap. Pa. REOPENS MAT 21ST.
Last year the hotel was entirely remodelled, refurnished,
enlarged and thoroughly SsSSenoseal Electric lights,
hydraulic elevator. A » mil- of broad piazzas. Golf links,
well kept walks »nd drive.', bathing and flshinic. ssSSSBi
en suit* with private b*ths. Golf tournaments. Illus
trated booklet. 212 1 hours Trom New Tork via D-, L. *
X\ R H UNU T BRYANT. M*r.
LEEI>P A LIPPINCOTT. Proprs. Haddon Hail. Atlastie
City. N. .1.
nmm saini
BKRK«HIKE hills.
THE MAPLEWOOD,
PITTSFIELD. MASS..
WILL. OPK.V MAY 2STII.
Send for ick>3 Booklet before looking elsewhere.
ARTHUR \V. PLUMB. Prop'r.
Bo<klets at F. H. BSSaWld's, Metropolitan l!!dg.. Madi
son Square.
THE NANEPASHEMET,
\ltlll.Kilr.An .NKCK. .MASS.
Open Plumbing and lishted throughout i.;. Electricity. ,
Opens June 1. Finest loration en the North Shore Every
room hns ocean view >p<-la: rates for June. Send for j
descriptive circular.
E. G. BROWN. Prop.
THE RED LION INN. Stockbridge. Mass. j
In nil* 1 HLls. Now cpen. Modern equipment;
beautiful surroundings. Gclf.
ALLEN T. TREADWAT.. j
S" NOW INN. Ca-ve Cod. Harwtchport. Haw.- Fifty rar,l,
from oc-an; fine selling, ft«hinK and bathing; *r<:t
links near the Inn.
F. H. THOMPSON. Proprietor.
KlHilil UH\J.
Ocean House
OPEN EARLY IN JUNE.
A THREE
HIGH <"LASS AND <>XF HALF
MODERN HOTEL HOi'RS FROM NEW YORK.
MANY NEW AND ATTRACTIVE FEATt'EES.
SPK<:iAL RATES FOR JUNE.
J. F. CHAMPLLV. Proprietor.
Watch Hill ESU
.\EW.HAMPSHIKE.
WAUMBEK co? E s
JEFFERSON. N. H.
WILL OPEN IN JUNE A. J. MURPHY,
Tri Manager
■"* Desirable accommodations for young
.1 j men at moderate prices.
Liiw Infor.;!;iti<in obtained and
•W7t < engagrements made by ad-
VV illtC dressing Mr. Murphy at
* w . the
IWT-w«riT 1 3ff'lc: Laurel House,
lVlQUnLaillS. Lakewood. N. J.
T-^ 1 White Mountains, N. H.
rvP^lQ profile house
X NVl*%*» And ,9, 9 p rlvate Cottages
\ >a.llrs: summer rasett. ta CLIEVTAOE. LOCATION.
Cl'l<=l\E and ALL APPOINTMENTS 'ir«urras-«>(1. lnclud
tnr 'coi.F Baka and TENNIS courts. Address C. H.
GREENLEAF. Pres.
FLUME HOUSE.
Five miles from Profile isame ownership). BeanttfUllj
situated n-»r many points of Interest. Os«a June 10 to
Oct. 10. S. R. EI-L.IOTT. Mgr.
VERMONT,
jj'.rnr: BUI>BURT. VT. Capacity 2r.11 iruests.
M V UC, In the heart of t*ie '".r-<-n Mountains.
SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE,
HIAMHP For llhwrrated b-.okiet addre.s
IVI/\INVJrv A W. HVI>E * B0«. Owners & M«r».
CHSCCIKfT.
THE MONTOWESE,
INDIAN NECK. BRANKORD, CONN.
At the widest part of Lnnc Island Sound. Th« most
beautiful location on the enure coast. Particularly de
sirable for families. Rooms arsUl private bath* «3olf.
lrnnl» Uath'ng. Koatinc. Music sad th»r amusements
Hotel accommodates 1T23. Scad for Hr«i!<let.
\V. A. DKYA.\. JUntger.
Al»o of THK HAMPTON TfIRKACE. S. C.
EDGEWOOD INN,
EDGEt\'OOD Fat:.<
Greenwich iOn-the-Sf>und». Connecticut.
Will Open \\>.-Jn> silav. May 27. lot the Summer Season.
A beautlful!v located Resort Hotel for select patronage.
All rooms en suite with private baths an<l strictly mod
ern conditions and furnishings. Careful service In all
.irtnients.
A new casino for Indoor amusement*. >>i:r»rl"r stab'<»
equipment and "auto" quarteri: *"lf links: tennl* courts;
gone music, and a multitude r>f well kept walks and drives
through picturesque country. Easy distance from popu
lar Oolf and Yacht Cluh*. rRANK F bHUTC Manait^r.
At Lak»wood. N. J.. until -May 15.
HAWKHURST,
UIUIIIIU), CONN.
Hia-h altitude. Pure water. No malaria r>r momjultoet.
H' nic cooklnjc. Hitih-ftrade service. Elevator, sun parlor:
Rolfinjr. Pperl^l raten for May and June. Ilnokl*t at
Schofleld'a. 1 Madlson-ave.
GEO. H. BRoWNEX Mgr.
Sprivir Resorts.
•JbbbHsbT.
HOTEL ELWOOD,
Atlantic City. N. J. An absolutely new fireproof hotel, at
«• James Place and the Beach, the centre of ail attrac
tion* Ocean vifir. Capacltr 2no. Elevator: rooms en
■ulte with bah Steam heat. etc. May and June. $l<> to
*1T weekly. SMITit & BOZAItTH.
HOTEL GLADSTONE, Atlantic City, H. J.
Directly on the ocean front. In Chelsea: finest location.
New and strictly high class. S»a water in all baths, running
w»ter In room». sun parlors, overlooking ocean, etc. Special
aprlnc rates. Booklet. Coach m>«u iralni. N. J. COLUN3.
BERKSHIRE INN.
VIRGINIA AYE. ANI> BBACH. ATLANTIC CITT.
$H $1O *12.50. 113 weekly; SZ. $2..V> dally, during Mjy
and 'June; unobstructed view. Elevator: steam heat, hot
and cold baths, fre«. Capacity 300. Table and servlc*
,h. nnest. Booklet. o . A x E VICKIX9O^
THELORAINE. „,: BB cl«b.*•c I« b .*• Ssffr«SS
W .U, baths. Elevator. BfwclaJ Spring rates. &
HOTEL ATr.LEN. ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
MUhl«an We.; near Beach. Hi«h cl»>i family fco
u-1: •» to giu ■—»■> J. E. REEU,
NEW BOSCOBEL,
K*ntuck> ay« , n««r B»aeh-
ATUUfTIC CITT. N J.
<-«ntre of a!l ait action*; •v?ry arpolntment with »xf»p
t'lonel luxury *'.: up ••ekly: booklet. E. E. MARION.
THE GLENDALE.
Pt J«me» Plai.» xn4 B*aeh. Atlantic City. S J. Ht*h-«l«s».
Every arP^""" 11 ' : brut and mo»t c«ntr«l location; eleva
tor. «tc. Special Winter and Sp-tP« ttrmi. U T BUKCH.
"" ~ ATLANTIC CITT, N. J.
Iliail «ORTO\. Irginta-ave n»ar Beach. Ca
racHy SB Suite*, with prtv.te bnth; el»«ator fmra «tr-et
level to all fI(»TS' fln< table (V«nn -\»w. O^en all lha
Year. In N P HAi::%25. Proprietor.
" HOTEL NEW ENGLAND,
Frutb Carollnaave. and Beach. AtUntlc ■•■■ N J ftaast
location. M >rr hlirti cla»« hotel; c«i><iciiy 290. Ranmi en
cult*. »lth private b«rh*. Elevator; »un parlor, etc. Exeel
l*nt cU'.sln*. Si*o : Sprln( rm-»». BRYAN * WILLIAMS.
Spring Resorts.
SKW-JEHHF.*.
Famous Lakewood
Spring
Resort New J crse *-
The
Laurel House
Opca until June 1.
The .
Laurel-in- the-Pines
Opea until May 15.
S2SSt a ? r DAVID B. FLUMER.
1
Hotel CHELSEA
ATLANTIC CITT. ■ J.
SCO Rooms. 100 private m baths.
In'e. riv <>n th« Or-ean front.
Unobstructed s#a breezes. ti->if prtvt;*sr*».
Prtvat<» arte»tan wells. French eois r bi'.liartSs. »'*• ,
orchestra, etc.. etc. .\utom<>Ml»s ni^'t a., -ra. Bazza.« :
checked Jlre.-t to homes.
J. R. THOMPSON A CO.
HADDON HALL,
ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
TTlls weH-luiown ssSsl remains open throu«V>ut tl>S> i
year. Golf. Tacbtlnt r>rlvin*. RLling The erer :
rrrr. us .ani walk etc. Illustrated Booklet. X. 1. OIBc«. :
2m 4th Aye. Phcne 17«& I.3th.
LEEDS A LiyPINCOTT.
HOTEL IROQUOIS,
ATLANTIC CITT. N. J SOUTH CAROLINA A VS. A."«l> >
BEACH. — Finest location. Uoiiirra high ciaas hotel; }
capacity «M>. ISatha; »lev«tor; am partcn. «tc. Spe l%i
Mi- an.l Jun-> rates. $lw U> *17.^i weekiy; J2.30 *a-i OS»
daily. Borkiet. \V. F BUW.
HOTEL PONCE DE LEON.
Vi-Rlnla Aye. an: the Beach. »IS—IU City. N. 3.
l'n»j«l!»i! hotel. T'7isurpa-««er! location. Car»»<ritv 300.
Elevator: steasi heat: baths, ronjis en «utte ma^niflpeat
porches. Ma- and June rates. $10 to $13 weekly: IB ass?
up daily. B,sok!et. W. F. SHAW.
HOTEL RUDOLF.
DIRECT OCEAN FRONT. ATLANTIC <-rTT. N. *
AMERICAN AS'D EUROPEAN rLANS.
Open throughout th« year.
Rooms with aea and fresh water b*th>. if'TsaC
N. Y. HisisssalallT*— Park Place. 1 !.."«» A. M. t» •
P. M Hotel lr.ip«r:i.l :» to 10 A. Jl.— tn »P. Ji.
Tel-phone COCO Cortlandt. C. R. MTEM
Hotel Strand, i
Atlantic Cl»y. NJ. The Strand Ir a r.ew. nvvl»-- -- • j
proof hotel, "nv*-l«r>k:- .- the world-famed Boardwalk *r..\ J
ncean. c»nfra:iy locatxl. S»« Wafer r~th«. lv<"kins re^- ]
res»ntat !v». J. U TT.rXfH.\r.r>. at H.-^el \Wtt.n»toa. j
Mth St. and 7th Aye. Dally from 10 A. SI. to 4P. It.
THE CHALFONTE,
On the Leach at North Carolina A»e..
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
LEEDS & HAINES CO.
Hotel Denni5 t
ATLANTIC •'ITV. N. J.
E)lrect!v faclrjg the CV*eTn. liot and c.li "ea wal
In private ba:bs. Goif Lin., niliUua—
WALTER- J. Bt-ZBT.
THE ST. CHARLES,
OX THE HF.A ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
Open throughout the -• ii i,.\:- n« art.i modem. ;
Pea «ratei In all baths. Magnificent -un parlor, over
lo^.klnit Boardwalk and Be->.-h. O«If pri\ ilexes. Wrttsr
for booklet N»w-York Rookina; Of?' •J*>:> 4th Are.
NEWLIN IIAINE?. forn-eriy of the Cha'.fonte. ■
Epeclal rates for April. Ma- aaa Juris at til*
Hotel Islesworth.
Directly en f n e Be . h at Virginia Ats.
Atlantic City. N. J.
Extensive Improvement. R>ro<:- anJ newiy fttr»L
rished Fl»,-hin*re. C*pj-.iy TiO«>. H"t and cold sea water*
In all baths. Cafe ard Urii loom. Orr-hestra. Am«rt
can and European plans. Write IBS* Booklet.
OSISOKNE a PAINTER.
-Th« Salt Breath of the Sea Brlnss Healta."
GALEN HALL,
Atlantic City. N. J. \i
Sanatorium and Hot»L New bulldinjt. handsome and •!*-; I
frant In *very feature. Pbyslrlnns and nurses. Rooir*}
with private ba-hs and »ea water. A placa for reatj *
end fceilth seekers. Table and serrie* first class. Bobs>— }
let. F. L. TOUNO. Gea. Mgr. J
HOTEL STERLING.'
FIREPROOF.
OSSSSI en<l Kentucky Avenue. Atlantic •'"lty. N. J.
t*nol<stnjctert ocean view. I'apacity 3»o. Elevator, prt—^
vate baths, sn.l In every way mo'l-rn and 'ip <^sSBSsi
Tab!- «n<l ssvrles a** grix-1 as can be ha<f: *12.-V> to i-X: :
weekly; Sl'.-.. up daUy. Special for May and June. Fre*'
cartl meets trains. S. A. MANL'EL & CO. i
THE HOLMHURST.
Pennsylvania «v«. c?ose to Beach. Atlantic City. X. 3.
HlSth class modern notel with homelike comf.irt. Elevator,
steam Beat, baths, sun parlors, etc. In the finest section,
w'th un. b><tr'jc'»-l vl»w. Excellence of culstre *nd service.
C»p«i all year. Special Sprlnsr terms. HENKT I>AKNELI-
HOTEL RALEIGH,
Ocean End St. »T«ar!es Plao«\ Atlantic <"Sty. N. J.
Extensively improved and many new and attractive
f»s'ir>< Introduced. A hieh-cla«* modern hot*!, wltrj
best locatloa. offerine Sr^cial Sprlne rat's. Capacity *H>.
Klevatur «ervi<-». r«nu en suite, with bath; sream SSSSj
etc.. etc. Superior table and service. CJa.-h meets train*.
Booklet. C. C. SHINN.
SEASIDE HOUSE,
ATLAXTIL.* ' ITV. V J
Thi Ocean front hotel will h< enmTact*! tn Its) ■•■••l
Hl;h-^Class manner b> ua until November l.t MJI |
Orchestra. CUA» t\ ANs i s>ON.
uamnctin new
HOTEL AGNEW,
ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
Adiolnlrr B<-ar.i»a!k Capacity «■••■ «p-cla! fl9 J3& •%
■ weekly J2.S*> daily; $5.Mk .ver Stin-lay: includlTjjr Fe* :j
• Water 'Barns, swtmmins; P!un«e«. Orchestra, autornfsbli*.
tooklet New V. rK Offlce. 2>» 4th Ay«. Phoa» I.<S— f;»
j 18th. Also 3 Park PssM - iI j
~"~ HOTEL TEAYHOKE,
•Tuucnc cm, n J.
remains open thr-iiithmit the year. Every known coaj-.j?
for and convenience. Golf privtles- Rur.ritn*; water ssW
bedrooms. TRAY MORE HOTEL CO.. ||f
°* a ™- d. S. WHITS 1-resldea^ J ; ,
CAEEOLLTOH UTS. -
n,.i«»-» Aye. .sn.i R»a. h. Atlantic Clt». X. J.
Full Ocean view. Elevator, r-wna -- su!t». with batX
j etc. special Sprlns lerms. ».:o^k-t. Mrs. T KCCK. « .
! THE ARLINGTON,
! ■sessj a ye. ap.J Rem-h. Atlantic City. vJ. ' J
i Ocean v>w. New throus with «fr.- appoin'menr. ; I
1 inclu<i!afT elevator, extensive sun parlors, steam heat. —»SBa
! vat. hatl.S. etc. Special I- to *■". Uai!y. Jl" "•. $!»; weekly.'
! Bssklet. L. K. KITNZ. I
»3je- -RATKS KEr»UCEI>- JIO TO «ML
' THE RITTENHOUSE. Nc '*' ''"" •^ r ' l K««ea. >;
j lJiXi XtlilX*J>JliUUOXi, Ailamlc Oty. X. J. i
Regular rate*. J*.«i>.» p«r day. r»djcr<j to i2.U). end *15
!to MC weekly Strictly nlsr»-vla.'* service an,l cuista, j
i maiitaired. H. C L UALLINGEB. J
j . J.i
LAKE'S HOTEL.— Delightful summer h.jme. 3Z miles}
from N Y. . el«ctrtc lights; r""<i service; no rrngW
j aultoes. Booklet. W. B. SMITTEN. Remington. S. J. -fj
THE NKTV CLsMnW. . . M
Vlrslnia Ay».. nrar Be»--h ar.<s St««l Pier.
ATLANTIC «!TY. X. J. "f
Open al! tte year. Wnte for term*.
M. D. SEIUAN. >">wner dnl P- »prletem> jj
iiu-ru. colimbi v.
: Directly 03 Urn Umtrdw «Jk. A'lar.tle City. X. J.
Every room ocean view, l'nexr*ll»d In appointm-att,
Ele»alor. etc. Reduced »prtn« ra'-» g«™g SSTOS jV
R. P
C.VUKOfI.MA.
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Texas, Mexico. California.
Southern Pacific
"Sunset Limitc-
AND
Pacific Coast Express ; J
DAILY ' ' j
1 Battf r> l IM.. i iNCw York. I 1
Country Board. I i
STAMFORD t"ON'N. — B<-«"l»n« *t JS: fli« intry BPtn* j
wv* IW)m(. A3dre«» U. THOMi; ZZ Awry-st |H
ssamfors. Cons. j
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