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RAID OX WOME^S POOLROOM HUSBANDS CALL, AT THE MERCEU-ST. STATION" TO FIND TIT El R WIVES MANY PRISONERS RESPECTABLE. Serpeant Dennis Orady, of Chief Devery's staff, and five men late yesterday afternoon forced an entrance to the second floor of No. 2*** Eigrhth-ave., where they found a poolroom for women in operation. They arrested the alleped proprietress". Grace R. Ryan, twenty-four years old. married, who pave No. 264 Elghth ave. as her address, and also took into custody thirty-two women whom they found in the rooms on the second floor. All of the prisoners were arralpned in the West Twentieth-st. station, and were afterward transferred to the Mercer-st, station, where there was a matron to attend to their needs. The other prisoner? are Mary Green, of No. 11 Seventh-aye.; Mrs. Ella Shaw, of No. 1.234 Third-aye.: Mrs. Catherine Brown, of No. 320 West N!neteenth-st.; Sarah Burns, Of No. 117 East Seventy-third-st.; Annie Davis, of Hobo '•>!): Mary Green, of No. 110 East Nineteenth t.; Mary Johnson, of No. 172 East One-hundred and-twelfth-6t.; Gertrude Conrad, of No. 108 East Fifty-fourth-st.; Mrs. Ellen I^ecs, of No. lid West Thirty-fifth-st.; Mary Morris, of No. 21 Gard«?n-st.. Brooklyn; Annie Norman, of No. ■■ Hoyt-st.. Brooklyn; Mary Burke, of Staten Island; Kate Clyde, of No. 11 Broadway; Anna Bell, of No. 202 West One-hundrod-and-twenty fifth-st.; Nellie Hicbee. of No. 09 Harrison-st.. Brooklyn; Mary Thompson, of No. 110 West One-hundred-and-twenty-flrst-st.; Mary Brown, of Jersey City; Eiolpe Hasbroue.k. of No. 2»3.~> Eerpen-st., Long Island City; Mary Cavanaßh, of No. SI Grove-st., Jersey City; Lillian Sulli van, of No. 13."i West Fifty-third-st.; Annie Smith, of No. 425 West Eiajhty-fourth-st.: Millie Train, of No. 110 West Nlnetieth-st. : Mary Hall, of No. 600 Third-aye. ; Mary Sulljvan. of No. 78 Eagle-aye.. Brooklyn; Mrs. Ida Brown, of No. ;,(«, West Fiftleth-st.; Mary Jones, of No. 140 East Thirty-fourth-Bt.; Lena Jones, of No. 202 West One-hundred-and-fifth-st.; Jennie Jones, of the same address; Kate Debivivo. a lawyer, of No. 215 Celur.ibus-ave.; Kate Cowan, a specu lator, of No. 215 Columbus-aye.; Lizzie Dean, of No. 210 East Fourteenth-st., and Betty Green, address unknown, who was taken ill in the West Twentieth-st. station and was removed to the New- York Hospital. Sergeant Grady l»d the march up the stairs to the second floor. With the appearance of the police several of the women darted up to the third story, where they tried to make their escape by means of the roof, while others were caupht trying to escape by way of the fire escapes. Three patrol wagons removed the pris oners. Mr. Friend appeared at the Mercer-st. police station shortly after the prisoners were locked ■up there, and said he represented Mrs. Ryan and all the other prisoners. He Immediately began to institute proceedings for the release of the prisoners on bail. Mrs. Ryan was charged with keeping a poolroom. The other women were charged with being disorderly persons. Mrs. Ryan was bailed out at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Fannie Bresant, of No. 44 West 10ih-st., pro vided the real estate bond of (1.000 which was required. Magistrate Meade, at Mr. Friend's re quest, appeared at the police station and ac cepted the bond. Six of the other women were bailed in the sum of $500 each. The woman ■who gave her name as Miss Betty Green was able 10 he taken back to the Mereer-st. police station from the New-York Hospital at 'J:3O o'clock. Several men of respectable appearance called to see if their wives were in the lot of pris oners. A few found they were, and hastened forth for bondsmen. Sergeant Walling said many of the women were undoubtedly respecta ble, and had not been in prison before. NOMINATED FOR COXGRESS. Dayton. Ohio, June 6.— U. F. Berkley was nom inated for Congress to-day by the Democrats of the II Id Congress r>is=trier«u Hamilton. Caldwell. Ohio. June 5.-3.,. W. Ellenwood, of r •» Hooks ano jPnbiirattons. JUST "READY % IR. tHLRCHILL'S BOOK ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR LONDON to LADYSMITH VIA PRETORIA By WINSTON SPENCER CHURCHILL Special Correspondent of the "Morning Post" in South Africa, Author of "The River War," etc With 3 Folding Maps and Plans. Crown Bvo, 508 pages, $1.50. This book is the outcome of Mr. Churchill's experiences as a special correspondent with the British armies in South Africa from the early days of the war until the relief of Lidysmith ; and includes the story of the fight l n the armored train, Mr. Churchill's detention at Pretoria as a prisoner of war, his escape and subsequent service with the Natal army. There are several maps throwing light on the operations and various plans, among them «ne of the States Model Schools in Pretoria where the British prisoners were confined. MR. WEYMAN' S NEW ROMANCE A Romance cfthe Time of George 11. By Stanley J. Weyman. With 12 illustrations, crown Svo, cloth, ornamental, $1.50. "Mr. Wey*ian's new romance illustrates the. types and manner* of fashionable London society In the year 1742. In everything that means the revival of an historical at mosphere, it Is ekilful, and, on the whole. Just. The characters also are well realized. . . . 'Sophia' Is a decidedly interesting novel. . . . The tale moves ewiftly, hurrying on from the town to the heath, from hatred to love, from imprisonment on bread and water to diamonds . . . and a dozen other thinps. Sophia, the heroine. Is a bundle of girlish foolishness and charms. 'Sophia.* the bock, is a bundle of more or less extraor dinary episode* woven into a story in the most beguiling manner." — [New' York Tribune. GOVERNMENT: or HUMAN E VOLITIOX —Just ice By Edmond Kelly. MA, F.G.S., soTittime Lecturer on Municipal Government at Columbia University, in the City of New Ynik, author of " Evolution and Effort." Crown Rvo, §1.50. "This book is an attempt to discuss the issues which Fts-.r.rt at the foundation of ail political discussions, and to come to some definite conclusions regarding them." AMERICA'S WORKING PEOPLE By Charles B. Spahr. Reprinted with Corrections, from The Outlook (N. V. ). Crown Bvo, $1.25. Contents: I. A Typical Primitive Community. — 11. The DM Factory Town* in New Knglar.d. — 111. 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It was charp,*<l by Southlleld members of the committee, that Dr. Doty was appointing enrolled Domocruts to positions. Mr. Van Name P;ii.l that Dr. Doty appeared angrj- at first that a oommltie.o pnou'.d have been appointed to call on him. He did not think that the. committee had treated him fairly. Us Eni,l Up was a State appointee) and did not want to bo dictated to by members of the County Committee. Dr. Doty said it was his only desire to be in per fect unison with all divisions of the Republican Ptrty and he wouid be only too glad to do anything which would lienetlt RichmonflfCounty and to re ce.ve cotinse! at any timo from any member of the County Committee. •x-om'm" C l° '*- On * . of thf> committee. «ald that he vrcultl r.ol : concur in the report and did not believe oc?ats r?r Ot> r\'y OUl<l rp , frai from appointing Dem ocrats. 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The adventure develops and grows, the tension increases with each page, to such an extent that the hackneyed adjective 'breathless' finds an appro priate place. None, not even the most hardened and omnivorous novel reader, can follow the adventures of Sophia, her hrother. Sir Hervey Coke, the adventuress, and the Irishman with many aliases, without being carried along by it at top speed until the end Is reached, and Sir Hervey reveals himself a knight In laced coat and silken stockings." — [Mall and Express, N. Y. DR. NANSEfTS POLAR EXPEDFTTOX THE NORWEGIAN NORTH POLAR EXPEDITION, 1893-1 Sim : Scientific Results Edited by Fridtj.->f Nansem. Vol. !. With 44 plates and numerous illustrations in the text. Demy 4to $15.00. NEW AND CHEAPER ISSUE THE BOOK OF GOLF AND GOLFERS By Horace G. Hutchihson. With contributions by Miss Amy Pascoe, H. H. Hilton, J. H. Taylor, H. J. Whigham, and Messrs Sutton & Sons. With 72 Portraits from Photographs. Large crown Bvo $3.00. ' Citn hotels. FIFTH AYE. & BTH ST.. N. Y. » A homelike Hotel with an enviable reputation par ticularly noted for Its fine cuisine. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. Rooms from $1.00 per day and upward on European plan, and $3.00 per day and upward on American plan Suites of parlor, bedroom and bath at special rates for summer months; Passengers to and from Europe may save time and money by stopping at this Hotel. EVOORT HOUSE kMll, 15 AND 17 FIFTH AYE. N. T. Rented by the year only. These two houses have the full benefit of the note! service, while they have their private entrances. Apartments of one floor $120 per month and upward. American plan $14.00 per week CHAS. JAIMES. Prop. HOTEL REGENT. north .res: corner 2Sth St. and 6th Aye. on the European plan. Newly furnished all improvements: weekly rates, *:; upward: 60c. «So and 11 up per day: MMM a la carte. XEW-YORK DAILY TKIBUKE. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6, 1900. SPRING RESORTS-SUMMER RESORTS-SUMMER RESORT GUIDES- -COUNTRY BOARD. Snmmcr Ursoris. NEW-YORK. | Adirondack: Mnnntnlna- I | v v p P. O. Star Lake, N. Y. In the heart of the Adirondack*; 2..Vtf> feet elevation; good homing: splendid fishing: grand f-cerery; quirk relief from hay fever; lighted by e.ectrlcity; open fireplace*: fine orchestra; telephone station: accom modates 250: MODRRATE RATES. Send for descriptive pamphlet. INGLEHAKT & RROWN. Proprietors. On CLEAR LAKE. "The Heart of ADIRONDACK the Adlrondacks": an Idea! spot for a summer rent: now open. T OTir.F W. W. PIERCE. Proprietor. i '' UUh North Elba. N. Y. BANNER HOUSE. In the Northern Adirondack*. Write for circular*. J. S. KIRBY. Chateaugay Lake. N. T. "ISi^FF BfIOTEIL,- GREENWOOD LAKE. N. T. Greatly Improved, with 30 large, new family room*: opens 19th May. 4^ miles via Erie R. R. Ideal lake, mountain and fishing resort for families and fishermen. First class appointments all modern Improvements. New York omce. 31 West 28*h Street. K. J. DICKSO.N WHITESIPE. RICHFIELD SPRINGS, iV. T. , HOTEL EARO-IGOGITOGO. 13th season. Golf links and bicycle oval in the park. BATHING ESTABLISHMENT. Opposite the Hotel. | ST, <JAR§E§ GUIDITEL Situated In Darlington Park. Moderate Rates. ; Full Information at Hotel Earlington. ; 27th St.. near Broadway. New York City. , E. M. EARLE & SON. . j TIHIE Mf Wl WBIWKLE MlfliSiE. PINE HILL. N. Y. \ OPENS JUNE 16TH. ELEVATION ISGO FT. | ACCOMMODATES 125. Beautifully located; all modern Improvements; on the line of the Ulster & Delaware; four hours from N. Y. . For Information and rates address F. N ROGERS. Mgr. HOUSE & COTTAGES, SHELTER ISLAND. I* 1.. NY. HOTEL HANDSOMELY REBUILT IS»7. Will open June 2."M. The. New York office i.« open daily. 2 to 5 p. m.. at 2.1 Union Square, Room 7. where applications will be re ceived. Telephone ISth-st.. 1277. Send for terms and Illustrated pamphlet. H. D. W. LAWSON, Manager. RJBIiIMiHIiTfO fIDOM MM COTTMES Fishers Island. New York. A delightful seaside summer home. Always cool. Very accessible. Fishing, bathing, sailing, &c. Address G. L. HOTTER. Bethlehem. Pa. kiamesha; SULLIVAN* TO.. N. T. An Ideal summer home at moderate cost; the healthiest locality in the East: positively no malaria; no mosquitoes; no humidity; always cool; accommodates 2<K>: gas. electric bells, toilet and bath rooms; orchestra, bicycling, boating, bowling, fishing, pool, tennis; finest GOLF LINKS In Sul livan County. Call or write for beautifully illustrated booklet giving 34 ohotoeraDhic views. C. M. BAKTLETT. 156 Fifth Aye.. N. Y. City. AMITYVILLE. L. I. I THE INN. 30 miles FROM NEW YORK CITY. | NOW OPEN. r u i/7?iTPf? > n n^rrW 1 ? rpirin^TTF opens uuUl/ LI L&LL=> LMIL&uVy Lr^LfLlliU U june 23. Always cool. 180 feet from Great South Bay. Table and service" of the best; electric lights; rooms with private baths. SPECIAL RATES FOR YOUNG MEN. Good roads for bicycling. Man In attendance. Accommodations for 40 horses; reasonable terms. E. HATHAWAY, at Tlma» Building, New York (Room 40). Wednesdays. lrUe)lnJl&lra§) lI^ILAIKJPg IKI 0 u 0 A CHARMING SEASIDE RESORT. Seven Miles at Sea. Three Hours by Rail from New York City, Thirty five Minutes by Steamer, MEETING ALL DAY EXPRESS TRAINS. MANSION HOUSE ; NOW OPEN. I MINX ATA WK ET HOTEL OPENS JULY 1. BATHING. PISHING. BAILING. MUSIC, CASINO. LIVERY, TENNIS. For Illustrated circular address A. T. HALE. MANAGER. inJiyJ U I&IL wits) 0 Mini© U isllu, islands. WESTMINSTER PARK. ALEXANDRIA BAY. N. Y. SELECT FAMILY HOTEL. MOST PICTURESQUE LOCATION. Lighted by gas and electricity. Open fire places, fine orchestra; exceptional boating and fishing, and splendid golf links. Send for descriptive pamphlet. H. F. INGLEHART & SON. PROPS, A STRICTLY REFINED FAMILY HOUSE. DQOTIEtL ©ILOIFIFTfIDKS Kipht' on 'Water Front. BONAIRE, L. I. ' (Post Office address Patchogue. N. V.) COOLEST RESORT OX GREAT SOUTH BAY. 75 minutes from Long Island City. Music. 200 rooms. Write for booklet. JENKINS & CLIFFTOX. Props. Open June 2S to Sept. 15. Elevation 2.250 feet. PURE SPRING WATER. Special season rates to guests arriving before July 4. Apply for Illustrated book. "Catsklll Mountain Scenery." CHAS. & GEO. H. BEACH. Mgrs.. CATSKILL. N. Y. ALEXANDRIA BAY, N. Y. O. G. STAPLES. I OWNERS AND G. DE WITT. I PROPRIETORS. Opens June 16th. renovated throughout, and in first class condition. Superior cuisine and service. Applications for rooms may be made to the hotel, or to Mr. R. F. MADDEN, who will be at HOTEL CAMBRIDGE, sth Aye. and 33d St.. New York City, to make engagements. Send two 2-cent stamps for booklet. STAMFORD. N. V. : modern fittings for 50; elevation 2.000; broad piazzas, lawns. Send for booklet. A. C. Van Dyke. YDfICE [EQDffi[£EiQ[EQß[E EDGEMERE. L. 1.. OPENS JUNE 23RD. J. H. BRESLIN. J. C. MATTHEWS, Me'r. U Inlle, WM AT InllHyjlnl IriyJulßj II 0 new york. . High altitude mounts.!. i resort, highest point In New Jer eey. Grand scenery, good air. good water, good food, no malaria, no flies, no mosquitoes: no signs, "keep off the grass"; table unsurpassed, milk Is called milk, and" cream cream— plenty of both. Lake. Boating. Livery, Bill iards, Outdoor Sports, etc. Leon St. John, Port Jervls. N. Y. PAVILION HOTEL, Open June 20. Golf, Tennis, Driving. Bowling, etc. SULPHUR BATHING ESTABLISHMEXTOPEX JUNE 11 Baths, Douches, Inhalations, Xauhelm Baths 6end for Pamphlet. JOHN H. GARDNER & SOX. SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS, ' SUFFOLK CO.. I, 1.. X. T. BAY VIEW AND COTTAGES NOW OPEN. PROSPECT HOUSE OPENS JUNE 2«. An Ideal Summer Resort, combining the. beauties of the mountains with the delights of the Seashore. Golf. Bath ing. Boating. Riding and all other amusements. Send for Illustrated booklet. O. L. FRISBEE, Manager. CATSKILL MOUNTAINS. " THE ANTLERS. HAINES FALLS. P. 0.. N. T. Opens May 28. Elevation. 2.000 feet. Finest hotel In this section. Golf, Tennis, Music and all amusements. Booklet. L. P. SCHUTT. Manager. _________ „ ""THE ELMER, Select Family Mountain Resort, Within Il*I 1 * hours of N. Y. Golf, Tennis, Boating, etc ' CORNWALL-OX-HUDSON. 1 ffliscellaneona. Ci AJNTS DT T CHEfSE fit and wear perfectly; Ljavalllere f corsets wear and fit beautifully. Exquisla Vlolettes scent delightfully. JAMMES. 4 Went 37th St., near fith ave. Stcamboate. Steamers ADIRONDACK or DEAN RICHMOND lesv* Pier 82. North Hiver. foot Canal Street, at 8 P. M. dally (Sundaya exoep'.ed) making direct cunnectlons with trains North. East and West. inHyjllDsiiDjJj Iraualslnl la)u HD^iulLlilklriJ II ■ PAUCE IRON DAY LJNE STEAMERS "NEW YORK" and "ALBANY " Finest and fastest river (teaniers In the world. Dally except Bundsy. 1.-r-r. -i Brooklyn. Fult'.n f*.. iby Annex.) R A. M. New York. Desbrosses St. Pier 840 " West 22d St. Pier fl:O0 " For ALBANY, landing at Yonkers. "West Point. New burgh. Poughke»p*le, Kingston Point. Catsklll. and Hud son. Through tickets North. East * We.t MORNINO ANT> AFTERNOON CONfTRTS. \ r»VKRTISBMENTS snd subscriptions for The Tribune ■**- received at their Uptown Office. No. 1.242 Brosdway. 2<l door north of 31st-et.. until 9 o'clock p. m. ; advertise ments received at the following branch offices at regular office rate* until R o'clock p m , vlx. : 2.%4 Sth-ave , a. c. cor 23i1-i<t.; I^2 «th-ii\e. crir. I2th-wt ; Macv's. Oth-ave. and Hth lit ; 142 Columbua-ave., near West O«th-st ; lOfl West 42d-st.. near flth-ave . ■ 02 Eut 14th »t.; 257 West 42.1 at , between Tth and 6th aye« . ISO East 4T*h-st.: I.MS Sd-ave.. between "ftth and 77th ets. . 1 02<l 3d aye.. near 61st st. 1.7<i8 lst-ave. nesr SPth I.; K,c> Rd-nve.. rear 41st <t.. U4 3d aye.. 210 MWOsKf St.. 3U BlMCku tl. Snmmcr Resoris. | ' SEW-YORK. ; flfpftED~itAfl@^ lUJ DfIDTEIL,, M ] Ideal Surroundings. Perfect In Appointments, Cuisine and Sen-Ice. OPENS JUNE 14, 1000. <■>- ~r irlylLL iyjiyjiyiinis)l& GAGB & PERRY. PROPRIETORS. TTDDCBOcPaiDDQDQDDDDQDDD ©[pom qDqddq© "Ocß to (]])©„ Ho WOOLLEY ' & GERRAXS, Proprietors, i , . -"■•.*■'.-•; ■■■', NEW YORK OFFICE WALDORF ASTORIA HOTEL (33d St. entrance. i Until Opening. 1 — I HOTEL MILLPRAE. Palenvllle. Greene Co.. N. Y. ! il Terms on application. FRANK P. BltlXß, Manager. I Palenvllle, X. V., or 100 Columbia Height*. Brooklyn. j MAINE. I ■ ' I ' AXD COTTAGES. SORRENTO. MAINE— FRENCHMEN'S BAT. : NEAR BAR HARBOR. MT. DESERT. Delightfully located. Combined beauties of mountain and shore. Open June' l.Vh. Booklets. Address New England Summer Resort Asso..- 3 Park Place. New York. WHERE TO GO FISHING' AND __TT ©CIDMQ_o' Write "W. P. Marble, Ranpeley Lake House. Rangeley, Maine, for an illustrated booklet and full information, free. ~ KIRK WOOD 'INN. ™ Scarborough Beach. Maine. Reopevis middle of June. First-class service, electric . light, telegraph, telephone, two— mile beach, woods, golf, tennis, cycling, late dinner. Early application necessary. !S'EW-HA>rPSHIRE. On North WirpnfUJ (P> /a\ ©TTII I? IMI IUI 1H Hours Shore (NJIbW blAb 11 Ll&o IKJo Inle from Boston. Three-mile stage ride from Portsmouth Depot. Modern Hotel; Accommodates 400; Rooms single or en «nitn; private bnths: electric lights. BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA— I 2 PIECES. 0-Holo Golf Links, 2.48S yards: Golf Clubhouse: Grand Drives, Boating. Bathing. Fishing. . 3-hour daily rail of "The Wentworth's" steamer. OPEXS JUNE 25. FRANK JONES. Prop. W. K. HILL. Mgr. New Eng. Summer Resorts. 3 Park Place. X. T.. or P. H. SCOFIELD. Metropolitan Building. PINE GROVE SPRINGS HOTEL AND COTTAGES, Ppofford. N. H. (Open from June 10 to Oct. 1> TUB IDBAL RESORT FOR HEALTH. REST and PLEASURE. .Situated In a pine forest, on the banks of beautiful Lake SpofTord'. 1.100 feet above the sea. CELEBRATED SPRING WATER, equal. If not su perior, to Poland. Fresh milk, cream and vegetables from our own farm. Unlimited amusements. Magnificent drives. Music. Liberal management. Moderate rates. j Bend for Illustrated booklet. J. H. ATWOOD. Manager. Address until Juno 1..3 Park Place. X. Y. VERMONT. IN THE HEART OF GREEN MOUNTAINS. . AND COTTAGES, A Popular and Charming Summer Resort. OPENS JUNE 25. For Booklet. Rates, it. CHAS. A. DUNN. 249 W. SBTH ST. .Telephone, 893 Columbus. CLARENDON HOUSE. CLARENDON SPRINGS. VERMONT. JT7>rE TO OCTOBER. a. m. TAYLOR. LEXTTOOD and Cait nies. In the Pines. Lake Bomo- VJT seen. Terns. $7.00 to $10.00. For particulars apply to W. C. MOUND. Mydevllle. Vt. . . i xjt? A.-Nrrwv\r VT On Rutland Railroad, beautiful BRASSUU^. VI. Green Mountain village; board In ■ pleasant summer home; extensive grounds; modern con veniences: rates $7 to $9. C. L. BISHOP. MASSACHUSETTS. THE MAPLBWOOD, PITTSFIEILD, BERKSHIRE CO.. MAS&. Will open June 2d. Send for booklet. A. W. PLUMB.. Propr. CAPE COD. North Rre-srster. Mass. Limited number of guests accommodated. Fine beach for tea bathing. First class cuisine. Particulars and rates on application. A. F. BRIER. No. Brewster, Mass. RHODE ISLATfD. The centre of social life at WATCH HILL. R. I. Open June ninth. 27 Hole Golf Course. J. F. CHAMPLIN. CONNECTICUT. n=fTi Tvri TPP^r^Tq 3 nnnnn L^lLimJ v IjiilEl^ ULKJLKJrp FARMINGTON, CT. i Delightfully situated In the beautiful village of Fartn ington. overlooking the famous Farmlngton Valley. Three hours from New York. ARTHUR W. ROOD. f ; rt -~~i , GREEN'S FARMS. CONN. ) / Beautifully located, directly on Long Island Sound; ) J 47 miles from New York; sea bathing, boating; ex- ) \ cellent drives; three golf courses within eight miles; \ ) twelve trains a day; special June rates. ( H. C. CHAPMAN, Proprietor. ( ~ NEW LONDON. CONN. AND COTTAGES. Comfortable, well-kept hotels, patronized by NICE people, offering •A DELIGHTFUL COMBINATION OF SEASHORE AND COUNTRY LIFE." Bathing, Yachting, Fishing; Benutiful Macadamized Roads tor driving and bicycling, ample grounds for Ten nis and Croquet, well appointed Golf Links. OUR COTTAGES OFFER MANY INDUCEMENTS TO THOSE WISHING TO ENJOY SUMMER LIFE, with the privacy of their own home, without th« Inconvenience of housekeeping. Circulars. RLANCHARD * HAGER. rpHE WAYSIDE INN. ■*- NEW MILFORD. LITCHFIEU> CO.. CONN. Open all the year. Old-fashioned comfort and modern luxury- Easy of access. Write for booklet. Steamboats. VIA SOUND LINES. FALL. RIVER LINE For Fall River. Boston, and all "Eastern and Northern points. Steamers PRISCILLA and PURITAN. Orchestra on each. Leave Pier lf>. N. R., foot of Warren St,. week days and Sundays at 6:00 p. M. Steamer from New York, Sundays only, touches at Newport. On other days of the week Providence IJne Eastward steamer stops at Newport. PROVIDENCE LINE For Newport. Providence. Boston. North and East Steam ers PLYMOUTH and PILGRIM. Orchestra on each Leave Pier 1«. N. R., foot of Murray St.. week days only *t 5:00 P. M.. touching at Newport. R. I. (Monday morn ings excepted). in Monday mornings Fall River Line Steamers touch at Newport. BTONINQTON LINE For Stonlngton, Xarragansett Pier. Watch HIM. Boston and East. Steamers MAINE and NEW HAMPSHIRE Leave Pier 3«. N. R., foot of Spring St.. week days only at 600 P. M. Sunday night Westward trips will be made from July 8 to September 9 Inclusive. Saturday night Westward trips will be omitted during name period NORWICH LINE For New Londo.i, Watch Hill, Block Island. Worcester East and North. Steamers CITY OF LOWELL and ClTif OF WORCESTER. Leave Pier Hfl. X. R.. foot Spring St week days only at 3:30 p. M. On Sundays from July S so September I* Inclusive. Steamer MAINE will leave New London at 10:15 I*. M. for New York. NEW HAVEN LINE For New Haven. New Britain. Merlden, Hartford. Sprlnar- Held and th« North From Pier 25. E R. Double service week days. Steimer RICHARD PECK leaves New York «:00 P. M.: Bteamer C. H. NORTH AM at 12 '■»■> mid night. Sunday's Steamer RICHARD PECK leaves New York at 9So A M.; returning leaves New Haven at 300 1". ii. a d(U«tiUul Sunday, trip. . . Snmtnfr ttteor f .« PEJIXSYI/VAMA. (EM SdOMMOIT " 630T1E5., GI.FN SUMMIT. PA. Open In June.. 2,0/)o feet elevation. On L. V. R. R.. AM hour« from New York. Through Pullman cars. Steam heat. Elevator.- room." en suite, with bath. etc. Rooms can be engaged at Hotel Imperial. New York Tuesdays during May. 11 to a. W. H. CROSRY. Mirr MOUNT MOUNT recoup, PA. PLEASANT Finest location on Pocono Mountains. HOUSE. Booklet. H. C. I.EECH. DELAWARE WATER GAP. PA. WATER GAP HOUSE. A beautiful mountain resort In th« nlue R!3»ce; -'* hours from X. V. ; D.. I^. & W. R. R . purest air ana water I. W. nRODHEAD "pVrTUAWARB WATER GAP. PA. • 1J THE KITTATINNT. Open from May Ist until Novemher. THE FAVORITE SPRING. PfMMER AND AUTUMN REPORT. Largest ->n<l mo.t «ttr:-.ctlv»lv locpf^ H^tel <- th» Dels ware Valley; golf links, boating, hathlr*. fishing. Send for booklet. W. A. BRODHEAD * SONS. NEW-JERSEY. HADDON HALL, ATLANTIC CITY'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL. Open throughout the year. Modern and Complete. Hot and C«M Pea 'Water Baths. Golf Links, etc. rtooklet mailed. LEEDS * LIPPIXCOTT. Xetv-York Representatives. Fred. H. Sconeld. Metro politan Building. Madison Square, and O. A. Marsh. 3 Park Place. TTKItE ©DO[I[LnBQfIIJSK3Eo ATLANTIC CITY'S FAVORITE OCEAN FRONT HOTEL. Doubled In capacity and greatly Improved. Sun parlors overlooking the ocean and sea water baths In the house. Golf Links. JAMES D. BOUTHWICK. Manager. U LnJL& OffiQfQDQDOS- South Carollna-ave.. Atlantic City. X. .1 . 100 feet from Beach; capacity, 400; rooms single and en suite, with hath; elevator Special rates to July Ist. $12. $15. ?17.50 weekly. Booklet. " W. F. SHAW. KKJDTTEtL LQDtBOTp ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Open pavilion directly over Boardwalk, delightfully cool. Porches on a level with and connected to the Boardwalk. Sea and fresh private baths. Golf privl leges. JOSIAH WHITE * SOX. TOtE dBQQ^DLIFOD^irCEp j ATLANTIC CITT. N. J. ON THE BEACH. Extensively altered ana greatly enlarged. Hot and cold sea water In all prtrate and hall tothm. LEEDS & HAIXES CO. WALDORF-ASTORIA. ATLAXTIC CITY. X. J. Directly on the ocean front and connected with Board Walk. Capacity. 600. Strictly fireproof In every sense. The acme of comfort and luxurlousness. Every appoint ment; hot and cold, sea and fresh water baths. Elevators to street. Rooms single and en suite. Dining room on top floor, overlooking ocean. Special Inducements for June. Booklet. HARRY BOTHMAX. HOTEL, ST. CHARLES. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. On the Beach. Finest on the Coast. Booklet. Hot sea water in all baths. Golf links. JAMES B. REILL.Y. HOTEL TRATMORE, ON THE BEACH. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Extensively Improved, and enlarg-d. Over ,V> private baths. New dining room, enclosed in glass, directly fac ing the ocean, and unsurpassed on the Atlantic Coast for decoration and elegance. Exchange and sun parlors doubled In size. Capacity. 500. _ D. S. WHITE. Jr.. Owner and PropT. THE BREXTON. Ocean END New Jersey aye.. Atlantic City. >.". J." Kull ocean view New modern hotel. Rooms en suite and with bath. Elevator to street. Special rates to fajn l"*»- MYERS & BECHTEL. THE TREMONT, SEA GIRT. N J. DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH Special June, rates. $10 for beat rooms. " I. S. HIXKSOX. HOTEL NEW ENGLAND. ~~ South Carolina -aye.. 100 feet from Beach. Atlantic dry Entirely rebuilt and enlarged to a capacity of 400 N»wiv furnished: every modern equipment. Elevator to street Rooms single or en suite, with bath. Special rates for June. Write for Booklet. BRYAN A WILLIAMS. BLEAK HOUSE. Atlantic City. N. J. "IT WON'T BURN." Absolutely fire-proof. Directly on ocean front. Strictly European. Luxuriously appointed. 40 private baths. First class cafe with orchestra.. Capacity 400. Booklet mailed. GEO. H. CORYELL. HOTEL BELMOXT. Or>en all year. Ocean and Virginia, Aye.. Atlantis City. N. J. Built entirely of brick. Absolutely fireproof, steam heat, elevator, sun parlors; rooms single and en, suite, with bath. Specially low rates for May and June. Booklet mailed. B. S. WATSON. TTOTEL RICHMOND.— •*■■!- Four doors from Pe^ on Kentucky-aye.. Atlantic j City, N. J. A comfortable, well appointed hotel, with ex cellent cuisine. Electric elevator, etc. M. H. MAGF.RS. Prop. CHAS. H. PEASE. Mgr. , HOTEL RALEIGH. * Ocean end of St. Charles Place. Atlantic City. X. J. Capacity 300. Elevator. Suites of rooms with bath. Through June and September the rates are more rea sonable, although th« servlcs Is better and the- comforts are greater. 'Bus will meet all trains. JOHN B. SCOTT. KENILWORTH INN. ~* Kentucky Aye. and Beach. Atlantic City. N. J. Enlarged. Improved throughout. Elevator to, street Sun parlor. Write for Booklet. Bus meets trains. T. K. ROBERTS. THE LORAINE. Ocean front of St. Charles Place, Atlantic City. N. J. Elevator to street level. Private baths. Steam heat. Sun parlors. Write for Booklet and Spring rates. SAM L WAGNER & SON. HOTEL BERKELEY. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Kentucky-aye. Main corridor leads to board walk and ocean front sun parlors. Capacity, four hundred. All modern conveniences. Dally orchestral concerts. JAS. & GEO. BEW. Write for Illustrated booklet. THE SCARBOROUGH. "" Beach Front and Maryland Aye., ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. • SELECT. QUIET. REFINED. Every modern convenience of a first class hotel. Write for Illustrated booklet and terms ALFRED WYMAX. HOTEL STRATFORD. — — ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Directly on tne Boardwalk at Kentucky aye European plan, with the largest and finest cafe attached. Entirely new throughout. Capacity 300. Every appointment. Elevator to street Special rates for June. Under en tirely new management. W. H. STEHLE & SON. HOTEL MAJESTIC. * Atlantic City. N. J. Virginia aye.. 3d" house from Beach and New Steel Pier. Modern In every detail. Write for booklet and special Spring rates. OSBORXE * PAINTER. HOTEL PIFRREPONT. ~~ New -Jers»y aye. and Peach. Atlantic City. X. J. Full ocean view. Capacity 3<V). Elevator. Booklet CHANNEL!* BROS. JOHN R. PITtH, Chief Clerk. HOTEL DE VILLB. ~~™ ATLANTIC CITY. X. J. Reduced rates. M. W. TRUITT. HOTEL KEXDERTOV— AtIantic Cltv. N. J. Ocean end Tennessee aye. Jl.Sft and 12 dally: $S, $10. $12 3O weekly. Mrs. J. F. NEALL. of Tloga. • Stcamboat3 pATSKII.V. HUDSON AND COXSACKIH BOATS lee.v» every week-day at 8 P. M from fool of ChrUtoph.7 St.. connecting with U. A A. R. H. TTinSON RIVEH Steamer MARY POWBLL, I-eavlng pesbropse, St.. 3:15. (Saturdays. 1 :4.%» West 22d Pt . 3:30 P. ML (Sat ys, 2 P. M). for CRANSTONS WEST POINT. riiRXWAI.I, NEH'BVROR. NEW HAM nt-RC.H. MILTON. POKFEIMK. RONDOIT. and KINGSTON Gnrrogatc'B Xotircs. IN pursuance of mii order of Hon. Frank T. FHxgerald. a Surrogate of the t'ounty of New Tork bearing date the Rth day of April. 1900. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Frank McOoey late of the County .>f New York, deceased, to present the same wltn vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at his place of transacting business, at the office of William H. Stock well. No. 146 Broadway. In the City of New York, on or before the first day of November next. Pated N<rw York, the 10th !»y of April 1900 THOM v- V ; K>. Executor WILLIAM H BTOCKWELU Attorney for Executor. Na. 14H Broadway. Horough of Manhattan. New York City. TN PURSUANCE or an ordor of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the. County of New York NOTICE Is hereby given M all persons having claims against Emma Grace Knevals. late of the County of New York, deceased, to present the mm* with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at her pine*- of transacting business, at the onVe of Knevals * Perry. No 3* Xa.*«v.i Street. Borough of Manhattan. In the city of New \ork en or before the 22n<i day of November next. Dated New York. the lMh day of May. I 800. STEPHEN M KXKVitj, PAIL FEXX. KNEVALS A PERRY. Kxeeutors Attorneys for Executors, *4 Nassau Street. Uoroutii at Manhattan. New York City. * Snmmcr Resorts. " SEUJERSEV. Injy U ELL [SiraE§)LUIlYj 8 (LffiOs® GOaDfpsrßr--' ■ ; \ -j 3? will be opened on June 23. I!W>. as a first class family hotel; all the modern Improvements, including elevator electric lighting, new bathroom's. Ac. ; - uno rooms; gol^* tennis and park ground*: Ine*t flshlng. beattaa ami bathing: I. MM) fee» above sea level; one hour from New York, pen- fp«t trains on f> L. ,i- W. p.. R. ; moderate terms. For honk* and particulars address HOTEL CECIL. ll<>th st. anrl St. Nicholas .... or Hotel Virtnrii *Tt^ st. and Sth aye.. N»w Tori City. " PROSKEY BROS.. Managers. AXD EIGHT COTTAGES. FEP.XAP.nSVILLE. N. J. Remains open until Ort.' 22. V miles '--.-n Xew-T<irk_ en D.. I. * W. R. R.. via Rarr-lav Christopher «Sf* Ferry. Altltu.le Sto re< I GEORGE W. TUTTLE. Mgr" TO_ ____E_Cl_T Beach Haven. N. J. Opens Jun» 9th. Hot sea water baths In th« house »n<i all the desl-ab!» adjuncts nf a modem hotel h^m* by tne ••». Beach Haven is r\'"'. for Irs mafh!e« s bay f-, r i;i;. 5 and flshlng. it« superb bathirg and th» select class of Its patrons. Send for souvenir. ■ ROp.T. B. nnaj * son. ! AMonmtu rtrXEDO. At Beautiful rtREENWOOD LAKE. ■ mtinm. Bathing Fishing. Driving. Combined Mountain and Lak» Tonlo Air. "Moderate charge*/' Family Hotel Superb dairy 9 o'clock train from Jersey City. uiwr w <•. H. TEX EYCKE. Owner * Prop*. [LdD ■ I Sffl, WEST END HOTEL AND COTTAGE 3. Situated on bluff facing «-fan. COTTAGES OPEX SATURDAY. JI'XE !< HOTEL OPENS THURSDAY. JUNE 71. New York Office. 115 Fit .a.lw.tv (Room Ml W. E. HILDRETH. Mgr. Ml»< II I \M.<M S. ' U U UuLbj v LMI U LnA Lfu vuJ . Li . . j Kjls3 ~s) a aU SEASONS RESORT. OX CHESAPEAKE * OHIO RAILWAY. Exhilarating summer climate. Invigorating, curattr* and health-giving baths. Hotel «nd cottages <-.f the high est class. Fine drives. Golf links artj->in hr>t»l. Thnugh compartment car from New York. Excursion tickets at C * O. offices. 3*2 and 13.' Broadway and offices Penna. R. R.. New York. also offices X. V . X. H. .* H. R. R.. throughout N»w England. FRED STERRY. Manager. Hot Springs. Va. dDBEEBKOBOEDB WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. WEST VIRGINIA. Open June II to Sept. 15. The great central rvynt ■' reunion for the best society of th^ North, S/mth. East aa4 West: J4«>.of»> worth of improvements for this season. Modern phimbing. . Private bnths. Xew nine-hole <V»l* Course, with professional in charge. Write for Illustrated booklet. HAKRINi;T'''N' MILLS. Manager. Snmmcr Ucsort vP»uil)cs. SUMMER HOIVIES~ ON LONG ISLAND. By the Ocean, Sound and Bay. "LOXG ISLAND." an Illustrated descriptive book, sail "SUMMER HOMES." a book describing hotels and boarding houses, free, upon application at ticket office^ Astor Hou«e. 120. i*2 )Eae!e Bureau!, and 1.3-*3 Broad way. 95 sth aye.. 34th. St.. E. R.. and foot New Chambers St.; Journal Resort Bureau. 1.370 Broadway; World Vaca tion Bureau. 1.352 Broadway: SKI Columbus ( ye. ami 43 W. 125 th St.. New York; 333 Fulton St.; Eagle Summer Re tort Bureau. ll* Broadway. Brooklyn, and at L. I. R. R. stations In Brooklyn or send 6c. In etarops for "L^T.g Island" and 4c. for "Summer Homes" to H. M. SMITH Traffic Manager, I* I. R. R.. L. I. City. N. Y. Summer in the Mountains of Sullivan. Ulster and Delaware Counties. X. V.. on ths main line and branches of the N»tv York. Ontario and Western Railway. If i ■<< at- seeking a SUMMER HOME for your family in a region of Absolute Health at floderate Cost. 2.000 feet above, the sea. with Pure Air. Pur« Water. Pur» Milk, send 7 cents tot postage t--> the undersigned, or call and get free at offices below th.» Superbly Illustrated &■>-:< "SUMMER HOMES." of 193 pages. It gives list of Hotels. Farm and Boarding Houses, with •":.■ location, rates of board, facilities, attractions, ft<\ IN NEW YORK: 113. 165. 171. 371. &4R. I.SH Broadway; 237 4th Aye. 3 Park Place, 737 6th Aye., 24.» Columbus At*., 153 East 125 th St.. 273 West 12T.th St., 173 Bth Aye.; ticket offices. Franklin and West 42.1 St. Ferries. IN BROOKLYN: 4 Court St.. MO Fulton St.. M Broadway. SOl Manhattan Aye.. Eagle Office. Passenger rates, 2 cms a mile. J. C. ANDERSON. General Passenger Agent. 58 Beaver St.. N. T. VACATION RESORTS Along: the Xorth Shore of lons Island Sound, at the i-hnrmlni; inland location* of Connecticut nn«l nmonsr the Berkshire and Lttchflcld Hllli. reached by the finest through and "nhnrhnn train gerrlce running out of \ew York. Send two-cent stamp to .New York. Xew Haven and Hartford Rail road. Room 3. Grand Central Station. Xeir York, or to Pasnenger Department. Xrir Haven, for descriptive books and list of Hotels. Boarding Houses, Rates for Hoard and Passenger Fares. SUMMER HOMES ERIE RAILROAD and New York, Susquehanna & Western R. R. In SORTHEH.V \K\V JERSEY. ORANGE, »1 1 1.1 VAX and nt:i.(\\(HK niixnr.v XEW YORK. \M» riKE, MOXROE AXD WAYXE COLXTIES. PA. To those Interested in findinr locations for th* s-irrmer amid the most attractive eurroundlngs. our book. •'Rural Summer Homes." may be of assistance. Send six cents In stamps to D. I. Roberts. General Pas senger Agent. 21 Cortlamlt St.. Xew York, or call at th» Erie Railroad offices: in 113. 261. 401 and HI Broadway. 158 East 125 th St.. and 273 West )23th St . 231 CWumbus Aye.. New York. Brooklyn: 331 and SfiO Fulton St.. OS Broadway. Bt^, ttons: Foot Chambers St.. foot West 23d St. Send He. In stamp* for Fishins; Book. QTonntrn Boari*. i FAMILY boarding house; fine grounds; vermnd^s: il stable; VW ft. elevation. Th* R:d«eda!e. MaJlson. X. J. T>OARD3RS WANTED. — Good home, and eehoc!*: -D mother's care; references given. ir«> West UncolTJ av»., Mount Yemen. X. Y. SHADY LAWN nOT'SE. — Pleasantly situated: lara» > porch: fine l«wn: cl->s«. to postofflc* and church: fr»s!j mflk and eggs fr->m our own place- terms reasonable. W. D. ORR. Calkins. I> i r>VERTI?RMEN'T3 an.? subscriptions for Th* Tr!biM* -•■""i- received at their I'ptown Otfl<-*. Xf». 1.242 Broadway. 2d door north of Mas . until 0 ■•-!'>c > « p. m : a(Jv«rtL»e ments received at the f.-vllowlnir branch office* a' regular office rates until « o'clock p. m. viz . : 254 St!i-*ve « c. cor. 23d-st. : sH «th aye. cor. 12th-et.: Macy's. «th-a»». and Hth-st.: 142 Columbus-aye.. near AVest Sftth-st. ; 104 W»st 42d-st.. near M %ye ;02 East 14th-st. ; M VOst 42d .«t . between 7th and M ayes. . KM Haas 4Tth-st. . I.SS" 4 "d aye . between "rtth nil TT'h »ts. . I.oC>> 3.1-ave.. nesr filst-st.: 1 TfVS l«t «■. c .. near *.9th-st.: K.W 3J-ave.. near 41st-st. ; 554 3.1-ave. . SW BMNdMi St. : 525 Bleecier-st. Gnrrogatcs* Notices. IN PURSUANCE of an unit; of Hon. Abne» C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of Xew York. Xotlce Is hereby given to all persons having cla!>T.3 s.ir»l2»t Eugenia Bethune Pteln. late of the County of New York. deceased, to present the urn« with vouchers thereof to the subscribers at their pl*c» of transacting bu.*!n<?sd. til* oKlee. of Kaneuil D. S. Bethune. Room .*>>». 9t> Nassau Street, Borough of Manhattan. In the City of New YorSi. on or before the twenty-fifth day of September next. Dated New York. the twentieth day of March, li*"*. JOHN HKTHINH STEIN. M. IV. Key. ALEXIS WILT* lAM STUN. AN EVIL r»l'XKI> STEIN BHTHUNR Executes EUCSBNIA BETHI"NB STKIN. Jr.. Exe^-utrlx. FAXHI'II. I>. S. BETH! Esq., Attorney for Kxecu tors. Room >«>l>. 90 Nassau St.. Borough of M.inh.if.aa. New York City. "IN pursuance of an order of Hon. Abner C Thomas, a Sutr.-«a:e of the Countr ..f New York. Notice Is hereby given to all persons having cl-itn>» against James M.-Cl.»u«i late of the County of New Tort. deceased, •■> present the same with vouchers thereof W the subscriber, at her place of transacting business, at th» office of Armour C" Anderson. No. 13 Chambers St»*«t» in The City ■' New Y"rk. !".orpu«h of Manhattan, on of before the Mh il»i of October next. Dated New York, the 35th .lay of March. 100«>. SARA II A. McCLOI'D Execurrt-X ARMOUR C. ANDERSOX. Attorney for Kx«K-utrtx. 1,1 Chamber* Street X. Y. City. Manhattan «>>r<Mkfhi IN PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER of HoO» X Abner C, Thomas. * Surrogate of the County ot "•• York. Notice. Is hereby Riven to all per»-.r.» having •■*• ■ gainst Hester A. Cowing, late of the County of New Yi>rk. deceased, to present the iam« with voucher* thereof M the subscriber, at hi» pla - of transacting busings*. »' , th« office of Stanton A Hopkins. No. 31 Nassau i -^S Borough of Manhattan In the City of Xew Yarfc. on *• ; before the first day a! October next. Dated New York, the Slttt day of March. l!»«>. Hl't' - B. COWIXG. Executor STAXTOX A HOPKINS. Attorneys for Executor. N* 51 >!—■!> MM, " — -* "■nlains, >«. Vark «*•» .