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VBBCUBD IT A GALE AT PEA.
CAPTAIN AND STEWARD LEFT TO HANDLE
BARK WHILE CREW PERFORMS
DARING WORK.
Perth Amboy. N. J.. June 6 (Special). —
r-ew of the British bark St. Croat, Captain La
Blanc had a thrilling story to tell when they
arrived at Carteret to-day.
A Russian sailor became deranged shortly
after the St. Croat left French Guiana. Al
though he was kept under watch as much as
prsslble, he succeeded in Jumping overboard.
A gale was blowing at the time, and the sea
was heavy. A boat put off but was quickly
capsized, throwing- four of the crew Into the
water. The only other boat was a heavy one,
reQulring the remainder of the crew to handle
It, but It waa launched, the captain and stew
ard being left on the vessel.
The bark had been drifting rapidly, and it was
a long, weary pull to the struggling sailors.
The men. who had been clinging to the boat.
were rescued. All hope of saving: the insane
sailor was abandoned, but on the way to the
ship the man was sighted. He had been in the
water over an hour, ar.d was swimming when
seen. He was picked up and the crew returned
to the ship.
The insane man hi being cared for, under
guard, on the> bark.
REFORMED CFtTRCE STNOD IN SESSION.
XEW OFFICERS ELECTED— IMPORTANT QUESTIONS
TO BE CONSIDERED.
Aarjury Park. N. J.. June 6 (Special).— ninety
fourth annual Synod of the Reformed Church In
America convened in the Grand Avenue Reformed
Church this afternoon, -with full representation
from every ciassis. More than three hundred
delegates are present. The particular synods of
New -Brucs'srick:. New -Tork. Albany and Chicago
comprise the General Synod. The Synod was called
to order by the Rev Dr. G*orge B. Bishop, of
East Orange, the president. The election of offi
cers resulted:
President, the Rev. Dr. Edward P. Johnson of
Albany; vice-president, the Rev Dr. P. H. Minikin.
of Philadelphia: temporary clerks, the Rev. John
T .*andern?.iiei!en. of Grand Rapids, Mich., and the
Rev. James Stout, of St. George. Staten Island;
permanent clerk, the Rev. Dr. William H. Ten
Eyck. of New-York: stated clerk, the Rev. Will
iam H. De Hart, of Raritan, N. J.
At to-morrow's session reports will be submitted.
chief of which will be that on the state of the
Church. There will come before the Synod for de
risive action matters of great Import to the
Church at larger. Among: these hi a proposition
tnat the American Reformed Church in India unite
with other churches in the prosecution of mission
ary work.
Archdeacon W. \Y Walter, of Atlanta. Ga.. will
ask the Synod to record Itself In favor of the
organization of Industrial schools for the benefit
of freedmen. in order that he may receive as
sistance in his endeavor to secure --.:•■ passage of
his bia in Congress. The revision of the metrical
psalms will also be considered.
DOCTORS DISCUSS cc A MP SA.XITATIOX.
AMERICAN — «mr ASSOCIATIO7C CONTINUES ITS
SBSSIONS.
AtJa—tlc City, W. J., June B.— At to-day's session
of the fifty-first ar.rmal raaetbia; of the American
Medical AsaociaUon the two academy prize medals
*or esaavs —ere awarded. Dr. a. L. Benedict, of
Buffalo. N. T.. received the first trophy, and the
second, or Nicholas Sena gohi medal, -was given to
Dr. F. Greg-ory Conr.e!!. of «•"*
Dr. Victor C. Vaughn, of Ann. Arbor, Mich., in
terested the convention in a paper which, discussed
the epidemic of typhoid in the various encamp
m~iiß of the American troops during- the. Spanish
■war ar.d drew the conclusion that much of the
suffering of the soldiers and the prevalence of dis
ease was due to the Ignorance, of officers of the
prinrtples of camp sanitation.
TXT X developed this afternoon that there -were three
candidates in the field for president of the associa
tion—Dr C. A. Reed. Cincinnati; Dr. Charles
VTheaton St. Paul, and Dr. Osier, Baltimore.
IXjrxrTTOX DEXIED TO ELLIS.
CONBTTTTrnONALITT OF THE LABOR LAW RAISED
BET"" RE JUSTICE" SMYTH.
Justice Smyth, In the Supreme Court, yesteriay
denied an application for an injunction restrain
ing John J. Reynolds, a contractor, from proceed
ing with the work of grading "U*est Flfty-seventh
et. under the terms of a contract with the city.
The application for the Injunction was mad© by
Howard EUla, counsel Cor the Legal Advice Asso
ciation. Edward Hannah, a stone cutter, is the
plaintiff. According to the complaint. Reynolds
compelled his workmen to work ten hours a day
in violation of the Labor law, and also paid Them
jess than the prevailing rate of wages.
Assistant Corporation Blandy argued that Ellis
should liave invoked the aid of the Factory In
spector if the contractor had violated the law. He
denied the allegations made by the plaintiff and
also questioned the constitutionality of a law that
provided a remedy by which one of the parties to
the contract could be held liable for an action
ever which he had no control.
After hearing arguments Justice Smyth said:
I •*-■ deny the motion for an injunction upon
t*e facts m iseae. In the first place the plaintiff
has not made out a case. Second the equities are
den'ed. Third, there is a serious constitutional
question Involved which I will not pass upon. I
do not question the propriety of the Legislature
in passing a .a.'*- governing the number of hours
that shall constitute a day's work or the amount
• lO be paid for such a day's labor, but there is a
doubt in my mind .is to the remedy provided here.
"'"he cltv can hardly be heid liable for some
thing over which it 'has no control. Under the
method of procedure taken by the plaintiff ha city
has no chance. As to the constitutional question.
I suggest thst It be taken to the Appellate Di
vision as soon as possible. That is the proper body
to pass upon it.
EXPRESS TRAINS ON THE ELEVATED.
The Manhattan Railway Company will run the
first ■?• -• eater County Express of the season on
Saturday. The tralr. will leave Hanover Square at
—35 oa Saturdays, making- the run to W.l!ls-ave.
in tw«cty-two minutes, and connecting with the
yew-Haven train at Z2:i&. On other week, days
the train will aaf« Hanover Square at 3:28 and
connect with tha N<"w-Haven train at S:4S o'clock.
On the same day the company will begin to run
?i>eclal express trains on the Nlnth-ave. line.
These truing will leave Rector-st. every Saturday
at 12:42. 121 and 1:46 o'clock, making connection
with the Putnam trains
EASTERN STAR SLANDER SUIT.
T*fce demurrer Interposed by Mr». Mary Jones to
the a.-*FW*r rJed by Julius Bohm, an a«;**nt of th«
Bqnltahle Assurance Company, to her suit against
hla for B " damage* for slander, was sustained
by Chief Judge Fltasimcns. In the City Court, yes
terday. Beth parties are members of the Order
of the Eastern Star, which Is composed of th*
wives, sisters, daughters and mothers of Free
masoiLE. They b*lons to the Areturus Chapter,
which has been plunjred In litigation owing to a
fiisput* as to the election of the worthy matron. It
b«in*; contended that Bohm's cousin Illegally In
sisted on the election of Mrs. Minnie Bohm. the
wtfe? of the defendant.
HOMBT-RG AXD IT ft ATTRACTIONS.
The Gtrrman Empress, accompanied by her chil
dren, frill go to Homburg on June 11 for a star
of about two months, and the Emperor Is to go
there for a shorter period. The royal castle at
Homb where the Empress is to reside. Is a
<!ua:nt old place. Its history can be tracpd for
■boat a thousand years, and some historians assort
that the White Tower rests upon the foun
dations of an old Roman stronghold. Thai "White
Tower, rsicg 180 feet la the courtyard of the
caertle, la the only remaining part of the ancient
b^Mlng. All the rest waa destroyed by fire in
the Thirty Years' War. and has been rebuilt since
ICSO by the landgraves of Hease-Homburg. From
the Eorcburg Caste there is a fine view of the
Taunu*. range, and a straight avenue from Its
P *£v lfAie to the mountain ridge.
The town of Homburg— not to be confounded
w.th the great commercial town of Hamburg
* well known fashlonabie watering place, and
easily accessible by railway from Frankfort-on-
Jlain. Its seven springs are -»■ for the water
:urt aad for batha, and are erilcacious against
coneupauon, all disorders of digestion, gout. dla.
txrtes. r.eart disease, etc. There are also two Iron
eprlaes, the water from which is used for anaemia
and like complaints. Until 1872 Homburg was the
Ps-nshllcg place of thb brothers Blanc {now at
Cano>, and a* a reminder of those times It
possesses perhaps the most spk-ndid caalno. or
kurhaus," in 'Germany,
DR. JACOBUS GETS A DIVORCE.
Dr. Arthur M. Jacobus yesterday obtained a de
cree of absolute divorce from his wife. Mary L.
« Jacobs*, on. the report of Adrian H. Larlcln, a*
Slimmer Ecsoria.
\EW-TORK.
Adirondack Sonntalni.
HEART OF THE ADIRONDACKS.
©fi©^7©DD© . D_(2)_]©©n
LAKE PLACID. NEW YORK.
Opens June Ist. Greatly enlarged and thoroughly reno
vated and refurnished. 02 bath suites. Sanitary system :
the latest and best. Fine 18 hole Golf Links. Send for
Illustrated Circular. •
J. A. * a. A. STEJVENa
LAKE PLACID COTTAGES FOR RENT.
Cottar*, furnished or unfurnished, beautifully located on
I Silver Lake Barns and outbuildings complete. Ideal |
Bummer Homo for large family, or boarders.
ADIRONDACKS.
TS!I «EISM!I.
A most delightful Mountain and Lake Resort
Opens June 23.
Perfect Golf Links.
New Torfc Office: Aster Court Bide.. — «st 333 St.
| C. M. BATON. Mcr.
UIIdPUS ■ ■ JBOTAWS.
I THE DEER'S HEAD INN. ELIZABETHTO~*N. N. T.
Now open. Delightfully located and one of the most
attractive houses In the mountains. Offers ""very comfort |
and convenience at extremely rr derate terms. All out
door sporrs, flne golf links. Illustrated hookiet.
CHAP. A. FEHRISS. Proprietor.
ADIRONDACK*.
PAH SHOOTS HHNTEI
AND COTTAGES.
IT, QSEdaOS LAKE.
Largest hotel in the Adirondacka. PAUL SMITH'S
i: TEL CO.. Proprietors. P. O. Address PAUL SMITH'S.
Franklin Coumv. N. Y. Circulars of Fred Schofleld. Met
ropolitan Building. Madison Square.
ADIRONDACK I.
BLUE MOUNTAIN LAR.E. N. T..
hk i oi v : togo^,
FORMERLY PROSPECT HOUSE.
New route, via N. T. C. Harry Vardon, Champion
Golfer, will play match fames on the links from Aug. Ist
to Aug. 7th. N. T. office. Aator Court Building. Room
3«. J. B. WHITE. Supt.
ADIRONDACKS.
STTc MQDffiEffiTP© DKDKO
Beedes. Essex County. X. T..
WILL OPEN" FOR THE SEASON JUN3 18.
ORLANDO BEEDE ft BON. Proprietors.
For information, etc.. address
W. Y. LLOYD. Manager,
Care of GRAND HOTEL. NEW YORK.
ADIRONDACK S.
T-'/IAT^nRiT^T;? ON UPPER
■JU Ai '-'U ifIJL&L&IMj sAHAN AC LAKE.
OPEN .TUNE TO OCTOBER.
PURE SPRING DRINKING WATER.
INDIAN CARRY GOLF LINKS.
For Booklet address J. BEN HART, Proprietor.
Wawbeek. Franklin Co.. N. T.
ADIRONDACKS.
TTDfll S*\(BAGa(!Doßf£p
! on Lung Lake. centre of the Great North 'Woods: most
j desirable location; bass and trout fishing:, golf. Booklet
I with map upon application. Call or address WM. F. IN
GOLD. Mgr , 156 sth-Bve.. room 1.115. Tel. 1.669— 15th-st.
7~' RflflKi!nnii\(nsrK rrfir^nn^'^
.- <}, Iv U, ;-_; -_ _-_ iS\A LTU Ui,' $3/ lSi a
KEENS VALLEY. NEW YORK.
S. KELLEY. Manager.
Accommodates 200 Hot and cold water, electric bells.
baths, open fireplaces, latest sanitary system. Small or
chestra. Table first-class. Hunting and fishing In season.
! Illustrated booklet on application.
■ —
ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS.
TUBE \Syn?:3jS3DB
ELJZABETHTOWX. NEW YORK.
' One of the largest and finest h^'»ie in -he mountains.
Fine location. Modern improvements. Electric lights.
j Private baths. Pure running spring water. 11 Ilk and vepe—
I tables from The Windsor earn and gardens. Orchestra.
FINEST GOLF LINKS.
For Illustrated Circular address
ORLANDO KELLOGG & SON, Proprietors.
ADIRONDACK. ?
AND LAKE CHAMPLAIN.
KJarftoO AodssOdDo GBDnsiSBnD?
A USABLE CHASM. N. Y. ft
i C. W. BICKFORD Manager
■ Located In the grounds of the famous Ansable Chasm.
i New and modern In all appointments. Elevator, elec
; trie, steam and open fires. Artesian well. Excellent
; cuisine. GOLF.
ADIRCXDACKS.
irJiyj 0 _!L =ILD, massaw epte.
! LOVELY SPOT FOR SUMMER OT — -..-. Open June 20.
FINE CAMP SITES AND COTTAGES TO LET.
Nine-link golf course, boating, fishing, hunting, lawn
tennis, billiards, bowling, flne casino" for entertainments
I and dancing. Through Wagner Palace Oar from New
: York tO Childwood.
N. Y. Office. Scofle!d"». 1 Madison Aye.
CHAS. B. LELAND,
Maasaweple, N. T.
1 " .
IN THE GREAT NORTH WOODS.
KnnEiL QDHIL KSKiDrcnnE,
SARANAC LAKE. N. Y.
: OPENS JUNE 25 under entirely new management; newly
• furnished and renovated throughout; table and service i
! first class: near lake and Hotel Ampersand; ifoif. tennis.
: billiards, boating, fishing, driving and bicycling; livery.
For booklet address J. HENRY OTIS, Saranao Lake
N. Y.
IN THE AT- IP.ONDACKS,
Upper Chateaugay Lake. No hay fever; good trout flsh
! Ing. For terms and circulars address
J. W. HUTTON. Ralph's, N. T.
TTGfIU WHSTTFCDDBTr QElEfla
I WESTPORT-ON-LAKE CHAMPLAIN, N. V.
Gateway to Allrondacks. Fine dry climate. No mos
; quitoes. •'Westport Mountain Spring Water Golf Links.
Boating. Bathing. Fishing. H. P. SMITH. Mgr.
. . — . .
UPPER SARANAC LAKE.
OPEN FROM MAY 24
I SARANAC TO NOVEMBER.
__. SELECT. HOMELIKE.
I-N-N, FISHING. HUNTING. GOLF.
impn\THrT.-5 M - B Marshall. Manager.
I ADIRONDACKS. D w. riddle, supt.
SARANAC INN. N. Y.
ADIRONDACKS.
i ONDAWA HOUSE, SCHROON LAKE, N. T.
Steam beat baths and closets, running water, gas sani
tary arrangements new and complete. Best city reference.
For particulars . : ---fs FRANK C BAILEY. Senroon
i Lake, N Y.
.
j FOR rental; one of the finest camps on
-*- THE UPPER SARANAC LAKE, within a mile of
j SARANAC INN. For further particulars address
j M. P. MARSHALL. Saranac Inn. N. Y.
ADIRONDACK SPRINGS HOUSE, on Lake Champlaln.
£k. near Westport; beautiful scenery good table; rat»»
j $6 to in. A. A. STEVENSON. Stevenson. N. Y.
BANNER HOUSE,
In the Northern Adirondack*. Write for circulars,
J. B. KIRBY. Chateaugay Lake. N. T.
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS.
THE ANTLERS.
HAINES FALLS. P. 0.. N. Y.
Opens May 28. Elevation. 2.000 feet. Finest hotel In
i this section. Golf, Tennis, Music and all amusements.
! Booklet. L- P. SOHUTT. Manager.
THE ELMER,
Select Family Mountain Resort.
Within It hours of N. Y.
Golf, Tennis. Boating, etc.
CORNWALL-ON-HUDSON.
HOTEL MILLBRaE, Palenvllle. Greene Co.. N. Y.
Terms on application. FRANK P. MILLS. Manager.
Palenvllle. N. V.. or 100 Columbia Height*. Brooklyn.
MECOX INN
and new Cottage Annex.
Water M.:'., Long Island, near Southampton.
Now Otien. ' Modern Houses; all Improvements.
GEO. A. GRIFFIN. Owr.T 4 Proprietor.
refer**. Justice Freedman signed the dweree. The
parties were married In 1878. .Mrs. Jacobus tiled
an answer denying the charges of faithless con
! duct on her par' with two co-respondents named
by her husband, and alleged that he had treated
i h«r cruelly and beaten and abused ht-r, as well as
j treating tier la miserly manner.
SURPRISE FOR GEORGE T. WILSON.
A pleasant surprise was given to George T. WO
j son, third vice-president of the Equitable Life As-
I surance Society, on the completion of his twenty
| fifth year with the Equitable, on Tuesday. On ar
riving at his office in the morning Mr. Wilson
found that his old office furniture had been re
moved during the night and replaced by a new
I office equipment presented by his brother officers.
> On •ha: day he was also presented with a mag
' nlflcent solid sliver service by the agents of the
i society. This service condsted of seven pieces
\ and weighed 650 ouncea. It "a** made by Tiffany &
I Co. from a special design. Th« cl.tUs in th«
i Equitable* employ presented to Mr. TV llaon a
handsome silver loving cup.
NEW TRIAL FOR CONDEMNED MAN.
Warden Johnson, of Sine Sing Prison, yesterday
received word from their lawyers In this city that
the Court of Appeals had decided the cases of John
Zlgoursu and Joseph B. Mullen, both convicted
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY. .TTNE 7. 1900.
SUMMER RESORTS — SUMMER RESORT GUIDES- COUNTRY BOARD.
Summer fUsortfl.
■VEW-VdRK.
TTQd® /^Dg[|©ODG[|QOfiflDp
ADIRONDACKS.
TAMED FOR BEAUTY OP ENVIRONMENT.
NOW OPEN. For booklet address
JOHN HARDING, Algonquin. N. T.
inJiLU 11 £iL iblnJAiralllrLAll'la I
JUNE TO OCTOBER.
ON BLUFF POINT, LAKE CHAMPLAIS.
Delaware & Hudson R. R. station In grounds ;
all trains and boats stop. Through drawing
room and slee^lng-^are from New York. FULLY
EQUIPPED IS- HOLE GOLF COURSE. O. D.
6EAVEY, Mitt., p. O. Hotel Champlaln. N. Y.
N. Y. office. Lincoln National Rank. 4Sd St..
9 to 12 A. M. and 3 to 5 P. M. Send for booklet.
; ]
S ,MT DOCDODSIE."
JESFERSON HEIGHTS. CATSKILL. N. V..
OPENS JUNE 18.
Situated on elevated plateau, overlooking hlstorlo Valley !
of the Hudson: golf links, baseball field and tennis courts j
on hotel grounds; fine cuisine and first-class service; !
reached by Went Shore R. R. (3 hours) and by Hudson '
River boats. For rates and Information apply at Hotel i
Imperial. New York City (rooms 558 and 659, 10 to 12
a. m. and 3 to 3 p. m.)
F. A. STOWELL. Jr.. Marager.
RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N. Y.
rani EMLiunsinsi.
13th season. ■»•
Golf links, and bicycle oval In the park.
BATHINO ESTABLISHMENT.
Opposite the Hotel.
©T f]<Xiiwi[S(§ MflfiTßl
s> il . cUi s iir*li[&^> Inli J 1&IL B
Situated In Earllngton Park. Moderate Rataa.
Full information at Hotel Earllngton.
27th St., near Broadway. New York City.
F- M. EARLE * SON.
HOUSE & COTTAGES, SHELTER ISLAND, L. L. N. T.
HOTEL HANDSOMELY REBUILT 1897. Will open June
23d. The New York office -, open dally, 2to 5 p. m., at
23 Union Square. Room 7. where applications will be re
ceived. Telephone ISth-st. , 1277. Send for terms and
Illustrated pamphlet. H. D. W. LAW9ON. Manager
lifiiifiSiTTi Iffi IMB TTACES |
Fishers Island, New York. A delightful ivaslde summer 4
home. Always pool. Very ncre«sib!«. Fishing, bathing,
sailing. ate Address G. L. HOPPES. Bethlehem. Pa.
KDABWES!n!A=!LAKE-IK!ffllBBSE.
KIAMESHA. SULLIVAN CO., N. Y.
An Ideal summer home at moderate cost; the healthiest
locality In the East; positively no malaria; no mosquitoes;
nn humidity; always cool; accommodates 2(iO; gas. electric
Delia, toilet and bath rooms: orchestra, blcycllnsr, boating,
bowling, nshlng, pool, tennis: finest GOLF LINKS in Sul
livan County. Call or writ* for beautifully Illustrated
booklet giving 34 DhotcirraDhlc views.
C. M. BARTLETT, 156 Fifth Av-.. N. Y. City.
D3DO^SIERQ TOP MdDTEIL
QUAKER HILL. DUTCHESS CO.. N. Y.
Two hours from New York by Harlem Railroad. Opens
June 20th. 1,200 Feet Elevation.
GOLF LINKS AND ALL OTHER. AMUSEMENTS.
N. 9. HOWE. Manager.
Post Office address Pawling. New York.
Circular* and Information at Scofleld's, 1 Madison
Are., N. Y.
~ LAKE GEORGE
H][L\yi[M IBt&y DfIdDTEIL.
ON SILVER BAY. LAKE GEORGE.
A new modem hotel, with all city conveniences; latest
sanitary plumbing; best of water; pur* dry air; boating
and fishing. Illustrated booklet, terms. Ac. on applica
tion to
F. C. SAFFORD. Manager.
St. James Bid's. Broadway & 2«th St.. N. Y. City.
THE LARGEST MOUNTAIN RESORT IN THE WORLD.
QQQDTEEIL KL/^Z^IT[EDS©DSDiL[L ?
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS.
Oper.B June 20th.
i MAGNIFICENT SCENERY. PERFECT SERVICE AND
CUISINB.
] Rooms. Single or En Suite, with or without baths. For
I Rates, lain i 111 Inn of rooms, etc., address H. E. EDER.
; WALDORF-ASTORIA. Tuesday. Wednesday, and Thurs
day of each week during May and June.
j
LbrUJJiAJIJa liji^/MU^LrUrp LoU 3
LONG BEACH HOTEL.
OPENS rs T svrsti. "
LONG BEACH INN
NOW OPEN.
Cottages ready for occupancy June Ist.
Address A. E/*DICK; N. Y. Office. 12 West 28d Bt.
UNDER ENTIRE NEW MANAGEMENT.
MEW BiASfli IHITEIL,
heart of Catskill Mountains'
Opens June 30.
New rolf links, swimming pool, bowling alley, tennis
court; Gllmore's taniuus orchestra glvea two concerts
dally; drawing room cars leaving West Shore depot land
at hotai grounds'.
D. J. SFRAGUE.
Write for booklet and see diagram of rooms at New
York office. Hotel Imperial. Hours. 10 to 12 A. M..
8 to 6 P. M.
CHA3. P. FLEMING. Manager.
SARATOGA SPRINGS.
H. A. & W. F. BANG. Proprietors.
OPEN JUNE 25TH TO OCTOBER IST.
New York OSes. Bturtevant House.
il. STMNIS'S SMraMii
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y.
For health or recreation. Massage. Electricity. Hydro-
Electnc. Turkish, Russian. Mineral Water and other
baths Sun Par:or and Roof Promenade, Elevator. Steam.
Suites with Bath. a dry. quiet, tonic air. with much sun
•hlne. Saratoga Waters. Send for Illustrated Circular.
SARATOGA SPRINGS,
WINDSOR HOTEL.
28th of May to last of September; $•* per day and up
ward. Send for Illustrated souvenir pamphlet.
R. G. SMYTH. Lessee,
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. T.
~ GOLF LINKS
and all the pleasures of country lire, yet only one mile
from the centre of gayety at America's greatest health
resort. SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y.
EXCELSIOR SPRING HOTEL.
Beautifully furnished. Healthfully located. Sanitary
plumbing Opens June 19. Terms moderate. Address H.
F. GRISWOLD. Propr.
New York Office. Room 633. Tract Building.
THOUSAND ISLANDS
THE HOTEL LOTUS.
ST LAWRENCE PARK. JEFFERSON CO. N. T.
NEW MANAGEMENT: most centrally located hotel In
Thousand Islands. Modern and first class, private baths,
golf links, boating, fishing, etc. Terms right.
For Booklet address
SEIPLE * WYLIE. Managers.
ST. LAWRENCE PARK ASS'N. Proprietors.
AVON SPRINGS SANITARIUM.
SULPHUR WATER, fam-d for curing RHEUMATISM.
£E a delightful nland location, open ail the year An
dres. Drs. CYRUS ALLKX & SON. Avon. Livingston
County. N. Y.
THE COLUMBIAN.
1.000 ISLAND PARK.
«t Lawrence River. N. Y. the best-located and most
attractive hotel among the Thousand Islands Thoroughly
up to date in all respects. Orchestra, boating, flailing.
; golf. etc. Open June Ist. .;•
_„_ THE PALATINE,
NEWBURGH. N. Y.
LUXURY AT A MODERATE PRICE. ALL THR OOM
FORTH OF THE CITY WITH THE BENEFITS OP THE
COUNTRY^ H. N. BAIN & <-O.
t~ MASSAPEQUA HOTEL j
I AND COTTAGES, |
M^SPAPEQUA. LONG ISLAND.
ON GREAT SOUTH BAY.
Hlr- Grnde Service— Moderate rates.
Booklets, etc. Call or addr-ss
SXEDEKER & CO.. IIS Franklin St., N. T
or Massapwjua. Long Island. ■
of murder A new trial has been granted to
&BO™?aT Mullens, who killed his .wife and then
tried to fasten the crime on his 'twin brother,
who could not b« found, must go to the rhair.
GRAND LODGE OF COLORED MASONS.
The Grand Lodge of the colored Masons of the
State began Its annual communication yesterday
at No 160 West Twenty-nlnth-st. The body is
known as the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of he
State of New-York. Free and Accepted Masons. A
warrant waa Issued from England to Prince Hall
Lodge, composed of colored Masons. In Boston In
the last century, and the colored lodges In this
State trace their orlKln back to Prince Hall Lodge
Grand Master E. V. C. Eato presided and Grand
Secretary Benjamin Myers was present a. was
Part Grand Masfr E. R. Spauldtng. of Owegro.
Delegates from twenty-seven lodge* were present,
iinniiliniH a total membership of about one tho U .
j !„ »vi. ctite The oldest lodgo In this State
sand in the State, i™ °' considerable discus
datea ba f ''^-il-J^Jw^ieh it is expected wIU soon
SiSs i „,:ay but to-nijnt ther^
hi m f business swilom to-day, but to-night there
h. « rn'islcal and •■' :v entertainment at
Zlun ifrn-a"Methodt B t Episcopal Church. Blacker
am? Tenth sts! Amonff thos« who will apeak and
fheßev" M B. Franklin. P. Butler Tompfcln* and
E. M. Harper.
Snntmtr ficaana.
JT_W-YORI_
DDniTiniBDQSIR [ffI(DQ3SS
AND COTTAGES. PAWLING. st T.
Superior family accommodation!. Billiards, howling
tennis, bicycle track, boating and fishing. Cottages en
tire or en suite. Elevation 70» feet: <*. minutes from
New York. Write for Illustrated booklet.
HARRY B. WARDEN. Manager.
BABYLON, LONG ISLAND.
w&irmQDsn (hkidqssie.
NEAR GREAT SOUTH BAY
NOW OPEN. For terms write or apply on premises.
HENRY L. SAYLES, Manager.
Before arranging your OUTING write for
irlltS li (yiuu_!l)ly)lyj_ MILfIIJETTS,
which tells of one of the most delightful Reaorts for
health or pleasure on Lake George. Accommodations for
2^Tr£r'r rythlnK up *° date - but no Bar. HENRY W.
BUCKELL. Owner. Huletfs Landing. N. Y.
TPfU][C fUI/Sfl fi*uMffTlf\fl MILLBROOK.
n_ n /A\ n / \\\\m dutchess co.
U UUl_ uUirul_VLy U lU/iTUj NEW YORK.
Opens June 16th <Bth season); easily accessible; liberal
management; excellent cuisine; rooms single or en suite;
private baths; nine-hole golf links; electric light: three
concerts dally; grand drives .equal to Central Park): ideal
rw!t F2!k'; reache<l to tw ° "ours from «rand Central
THE RIIP YAM WBMKILE GHIM,
___^ PINE HILL. N. V
OPENS JUNE 16TH. ELEVATION 1680 FT.
ACCOMMODATES 125.
Beautifully located; all modern Improvements: on the
Hne of the Ulster * Delaware; four hours from N. Y.
For Information and rates address
F. N ROGERS. Mgr.
MAINE. * '.
DOdDTIIL
AND COTTAGES,
SORRENTO. FRENCHMEN'S BAT.
NEAR BAR HARBOR, MT. DESERT.
Delightfully located. Combined beauties of mountain
and shore. Open June 15th. Booklets. Address New
England Summer Resort Aaso.. 8 Park Place. New York.
(SffiO&M^iniDKjH 05M R^r? 1
WINTER HARBOR. MAINE.
Will ep en June 23rd. new management; greatly en
larged and refurnished; Improved sanitary plumbing and
new bathrooms; new lighting plant, appointments, service
and cuisine the best: golf links, boating and fishing;
charming drives. For particulars address
ERNEST G. GROB,
Manager, at HOTEL GRENOBLE.
' 7th Aye. and 56th St.. New- York.
"THERE TO GO FISHING- AND
(BUTT SfIDHBE.
Write W. S. Marble. Rangeley Lake
House. Rang-eley Lakes. Rangeley. Maine,
for an illustrated booklet and full informa- :
I tion, free.
KIRKWOOD INN.
Scarborough Beach. Maine. Reopens middle of June.
First-class service, electrto light, telegraph, telephone,
two-mile beach, woods, golf, tennis, cycling, late dinner
Early application necessary.
A3TPS HIRE .
TTDfIIS
On North nfISM/7 CASTLE, 3d. M 1% Honra
Shore [Kit- W hfflfe 11 IL_, Wla IJIIb from Boston.
Three-mile stage ride from Portsmouth Depot.
Modern Hotel; Accommodates 44*); Rooms single or
en suite: private baths: electric lights. ,
BOSTON STMPHOXY ORCHESTRA— IT PI3CE9.
&-Hole Golf Links. 2.453 yards; Golf Clubhouse; Grand
Drives. Boating. Bathing. Fishing.
3— hour daily sail of "The Wentworth's" steamer.
OPENS JUNE 25.
FRANK JONES, Prop. W . K. HILL. Mgr.
New Eng. Summer Resorts. 3 Park Place, N. T.. or
F. H. SCOFIELD. Metropolitan Building.
TIE WAillllilSSEK M§ CiTTAIIIIES,
JEFFERSON. 'WHITE MOUNTAINS.
WILL OPEN IN JUNE.
DAVID B. PLUMEK.7 Manager.
A. J. MURPHY. Asa - t Mgr. ... s rr i. ...
TDDOS ®.4\l^^oE^ 3
DIXVTLLE NOTCH, WHITE MOUNTAINS.
A model resort hotel. 2.000 feet above the sea.
Will open June 30.
Address for booklet or information.
CHARLES H. GOULD. Manager.
TTDQEE ffi&JLS&GSfI©..
DIXVrLLE NOTCH. N. H.. WHITE MOUN
TAINS.
A model resort hotel. 2,000 feet above the sea.
Will open June 30.
Address for booklet or Information,
CHARLES H. GOULD, Manager.
PINE GROVE SPRINGS HOTEL "
AND COTTAGES.
Spofford, N. H. (Open from June 10 to Oct. L)
THB IDEAL RESORT FOR HEALTH. REST and
PLEASURE. Situated In a pine forest, on the banks of
beautiful Lake SpofTorrf. 1.100 feet above the sea.
CELEBRATED SPRING WATER, equal, If not su
per - to Poland. Fresh milk, cream and vegetables
from our own farm. Unlimited amusements. Magnificent
drives. Music. Liberal management. Moderate rales.
Send for Illustrated booklet. J. H. ATWOOD. Manager.
Address until June 1, 3 Park Place, N. Y.
WHITE MOUNTAINS.
PROFILE HOUSE AND ELEVEN COTTAGES.
A leading summer resort, favored with clientage of
the highest order. Location unsurpassed. All popular
amusements; golf links unexcelled In New England.
; Address C. H. GREENLEAF.
VERMONT.
TS THE HEART OF GREEN MOUNTAINS.
LME DUBBMHURE UiillUSE
AND COTTAGES.
A Popular and Charming Summer Resort.
OPENS JUNE 25. For Booklet. Rates, <fca.
CHAS. A. DUNN. 249 W. 55TH ST.
Telephone, 893 Columbus.
IN THE GREEN MOUNTAINS.
TTDfIE B3Q(IDBain!7EDBTB
MIDDLETOWN SPRINGS, VT.
Under n~r management, extenstvelv Improved. Un
limited attractions. CURATIVE. MINERAL -SPRINGS.
VERY LOW RATES. Send for booklet and particulars.
F. B. ALVORD. Manager.
N. Y. Office. Scofleld's. 1 Madison aye.
" EQUINOX HOUSE.
MANCHEPTER-IN-THE-MOUNTAINS. VT.
"CENTRE OF SUMMER GOLF"
EKWANOK COUNTRY CLUB.
Member U. S. Golf Association. I.S-Hole Golf Course.
New York office. Plaza Hotel, in charge of Mr. A. E.
i M Un - F.H.ORVI3.
CLARENDON HOUSE.
CLARENDON SPRINGS. VERMONT.
JUNE TO OCTOBER. a. M. TAYLOR.
/~i LENWOOD and Cottages. In the Pines. Lake Bomo-
VT seen. T»r-nn. $7.00 to $10.00. For particulars apply
I to W. C. MOUND, Hydevtl'.e. Vt.
FRANKLIN HOUSE.
HIpHGATE SPTMvos. VT.
Open June to October Delightfully located on Lake
i Champlatn. Fine drlvee, attractive walks, good fishing.
golf. Terms reasonable. Reference and Circulars. Bertha
Runner. I2lfl Broadway. N. T.
JUDSON L. SCOTT. Proprietor.
THE PROSPECT on Lake Horaoseen. Caatleton. Ver-
J. Mont Rates SlO to *13 a werk. Send for Illustrated
Circular. HORACE B. ELLIS. Mgr.
M4<"!l\rm«ETTS.
KOTHIfe B3fI£(iH(ID(LO£ 9
MAGNOLIA, MASS.. /
WILL OPEN FRIDAY. JUNE 22.
Under new mana«-em<-nt. Entire organization from Ponce
de Leon Hotel. Twenty bath suites added; house refitted
■nd renovated top to bottom.
SIX O'CLOCK DINNERS. MEN WAITERS.
For terms and Information, address
* A. W. HODO.DON. Manager.
Winter sextons at Hotel Ponce de Leon.
SPECIAL TERMS FOR JUNE AND SEPTEMBER.
TlniiS HlAiKll a ;lf'A@inl£L l Oi!£T f
MA_BBLEHEAI> NECK. MASS. Opens June 1. Fines*
location on the North Shore. Every room has ocean view.
Special rates tor June. Send for "•• l^^J*^ rop .
CAPE COD. North Brewster. Man. „_,..
Limited number of guaau accommodated. Tine beacH
tor sea batntn» First class cuisine. Particulars and
rite, on application. A. F. BRIER. No- Brew»t.r Mass.
RHODES ISLAND.
BLOCK ISLAND. a. L. HOTEL MAMSSES.
FIF—REN MILES AT SEA: SrRP BATHING; TELE
rRAPH- r,i|iv STEAMBOATS: GAS; ELECTRIC
Se- A l9- ORCHESTRA MODERATE PRICES; SEND
AMI'HLCT • ADDREHS E. A BROWN, HOTEL
PARKVIEW M W. 42! ST.. NEW YORK.
Bt /ii-tr IBLA.NIJ R I EUREKA HOTDL-S mw-
brthlnc; four dally boats; Ulephone,
~M t*lla: music hall, drainage; goci tab.*, flne rooms,
|l 0 week. Send for booklet*. M. ■»- BALL.
Sntnmrr Eraoria.
RHODE ISLA-.TD.
BLOCK ISLAND. R. I.
®(_{E£lJ_ \HW\EW QO^TTEIL
13 MILES AT SEA. OPENS JUNE 28.
Direct Steamboat Connection with New York.
Hot and cold ••» water baths, electric lights and all
modern appointments. Telegraph office and long distance '
telephone in hotel. Address
F. C. CUNDALL. East Greenwich, K. L
<D__4_Ko(_Q!i_ G-KSDUBSIEa
Directly on the Ocean.
WATCH HILL. R. L
Greatly Improved.
Perfect Ball Links, 27 Holes.
New Club House.
Special rates for July.
G. C. HOWS. Prop..
At 3 Park Place. N. Y.
Send for art circular.
(Dffi£_A_Kl DQ(IDQD©IE.
The centre of social life at
WATCH HILL, R. I.
Open June ninth.
27 Hole Golf Course.
J. F. CHAMPLIN. ,
CONNECTICUT.
[FlG3\siyD©[K yiMJLn
SAYBROOK POINT. CONN.
FINEST GOLF COURSE ON THE COAST.
OPENS JUNE 30.
Rooms en suite with private baths. Newly decorated
throughout; elevator, unsurpassed nine-hole golf course;
macadam roads; bowling, billiards. tennis; boating, bath
ing, fishing. Under the new and successful management
of last season. Write for illustrated booklet of hotel and
surroundings, also official golf rules for 1900.
J. E. CHATFIELD.
Hotel Jefferson. Union Snuar". New Tor*.
\E\UM TTG_[ll z::^-
FARMINGTON. CT.
Delightfully situated In the beautiful village of Farm
ing-ton, overlooking -he famous Farmlngton Valley.
Three hours from New York.
ARTHUR W. ROOD.
PE.VXSYX YAMA.
"TTSJirS 1 mi itfWl'VJMlffiltpl I>lawar« Water Gap. Pa.:
U trJl_ tkLltil'JJiilUly^,, capacity. 200. Select faml-
Uy resort; modem Br'.ck House; high, cool and attrac
tive; conveniently located. Extensive, fall- ahailad lawns
and groves. Booklet. P. R. JOHNSON.
(M WEMM 52OTEL
GLEN SUMMIT. PA.
Open In June. 2,"<»i feet elevation. On L. V. R. R-.
4H hours from New York. Through .l.man oars, steam ]
heat. Elevator, rooms en suite, with bath. etc. For de
scriptive booklets and other Information apply to
W. H. CROSBY. Mgr.
MOUNT MOUNT POCONO. PA.
PLEASANT F!n«t location on Pocono _ot__la«.
HOUSE. Booklet. H. C. LEECH.
DELAWARE WATER GAP. PA.
WATER GAP HOUSE.
A beautiful mountain resort in the Blue Ridge; 2V»
hours from N. V.; D, L. & W. R. R. ; purest air and
water L. W. BROPHEAO.
PAXINOSA INN,
WKTGAT MTN.. EASTON. PA.
1.000 ft. elevation: 2 hours from N. Y. Strictly first
class accommodations for 350 guests. Golf dub. tennis,
driving and cycling. Orchestra dally. Excellent cuisine.
Terms moderate. DE SHIELDS * STANFORD.
HIGHLAND DELL HOUSE, on >nrar of Blue Ridge, be
tween Del Water Gap and Stroudsburg: elevation.
1.300 feet; capacity, 12.V. booklet. Address
J. F. FOULKE. StroudsbuiT. F«nn.
CATARACT HOUSE. WATER GAP. PA.—
Excursions, cheap R. R. tickets. Including beari. ooach.
mailed, Lackawanna route; bathing, tennis, golf, coaching
parties daily; beautiful booklet mailed. L. M. TUCKER
>'EW-JERSET.
InHUJIItLiL iMrnE^yig
{LaDs© [}QGD[psi"_GßcDang3 7 K3« oO a?
will be- opened on June 23. 1900, as a first clasp family
hotel, all the modern Improvements. Including e.'evafr.
electric lighting, new bathrooms. *c. ; 300 rooms, golf.
tennis and park grounds; finest fishing, boating and
. bathing; 1,000 feet above sea level, one hour from Now
] York, new fast trains on D., L. * W. R. R. ; moderate.
t'ra s. For books and particulars address HOTEL CECIT-.
USth !«t. and St. Nicholas aye.. or Hotel Victoria, t7th
st. and sth ay«.. New York City.
PROSKEY BROS.. Managers.
AND EIGHT COTTAGES. BEHNARDSVTLLE. N. J.
Remains open until Oct. 22. 35 miles from New-York.
on D.. L. 4 W. R. R.. via Barclay or Christopher St.
Ferry. Altitude 800 feet. GEORGE W. TUTTLE. Mgr.
¥00! D£K3C_i__EE©{loDO__
Beach Haven. N. J. pens June 9th.
Hot sea water baths In the house and all the desirable
adjuncts of a modem hotel home by "he sea.
Beach Haven is noted Cor Its matchless bay for sailing
and fishing. Its superb bathing and lbs select class nt Its
patrons. Send for souvenir.
ROBT. B. ENGLE & SON.
n_(M(s [803&K!3(3{K3,
WEST END HOTEL AND COTTAGES.
Situated an bluff facing ocean.
COTTAGES OPEN SATURDAY. JUNE 9.
HOTEL OPENS THURSDAT. JUNE 21.
New York Office. 115 Broadway Room 76).
W. E. HILDRETH. Mgr.
DIRECTLY ON THJS OCEAX.
I! inl_ uC'Jlyl^uwi^^J 11 irJ bl!lliy)©iS,
SPRING LAKE BEACH. N. J.
(Seven miles from Long Branch.)
On Pennsylvania R. R. and C R. R. it N. J.. also
Sandy Hook boats. One hour and forty -rlnutaa from
New York The lending hotel at this r««<?rt: all modem
Improvements; fine sea bathing; golf. New York Office.
Charles D Melss. Fifth Avenue Hotel, F. H. ScoSeld.
Metropolitan Building. COLBT.TIN & ORMROD.
Chatham. Morris Co.. New Jersey. Open. Select Family
Resort. One hour from New York. J. H. 3TAAT3.
TTDQIE I_£IL.OB[EQB(EDO_i<.
ELBERON. N. J.
This unique summer resort opens — the season Thurs
day June 14th. For rooms and particulars address
J. V. JORDAN.
ITEHIE ?
Pprlnc Lake, x. J.
Directly on ocean front, most fashionable location;
thoroughly modern. Terms and illustrated booklet.
HOUGH • LEHMAN. Props.
THE ALLAIRE. SPRING LAKE. V 1
JL Beautifully situated. Directly on the beach. 3end
for booklet. E. M. RIC_ART>SON.
ADJOINING TUXEDO,
At Beautiful GREENWOOD LAKE. Superb Valley Hotsse
and Cottages. OPEN TO-DAY. Boating. Fishing.
C. H. TEN EYCKE. Propr.
EAST ORANGE. N. J. THE ALVORD,
18 South Clinton St.. 4 minutes from Brick Church Sta
tion. *0 minutes from New York. 50 trains dally. Spacloua
grounds, newly furnished, liberal management, moderate
rates. F. B. ALVORD. Prop.
SEABRIOHT. Pacific and Rhode Island MPam, Atlantic
City. N. J. ThorouKhly renovated.
M A. REPP. Prop. M. W. 'THAU. M»T
PINE BLUFF INN Point Ploasant. N. J — Beashnrw and
countn- combined; special terms June and September;
$10 per w«4k; boating, bathing. WALTER P. BEEM.
OTEL BERKELEY. ATLANTIC CITY. EC J. '
Kentucky-ay». Main corridor leads to board walk j
and ocean front sun parlors. Capacity, foor hundred. All j
modem conr.nlences. Datlr - ■:,-, tral «~g BHW
Write for Illustrated booklet. j
THE SCARBOROUGH. w ,
Beach Front and Maryland Aye..
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
SELECT. Qt-'IET. REFINED.
Kvery modern convenience of a first dam hotel.
Write for Illustrated booklet and terms.
ALFRED WTMAN".
-rrOTEL STKATTOR^ IC crrT> - '
nir^My »n the Boardwalk at Kentuckr-«»«- European ■
TTlarJ'wlth the larre" and finest caf* attached. Entirely :
*w" throughout Capacity 200. Dvery appointment.
Elevator to street. Special rates for June. Under an- ■
•- lv I "* W management. w , H gncHLg A 3q N
H°v^a L A ' : vy TT N' * Vlrrtnla are.. Srf hou» from
ietch Md New Sml Pier Modern In -very derail. Write
fo? booklet and special tigggfi™ & r^TI^L
W%s&l£s*™ SS '& B-ach. Atlantic Cttr. N. J. |
ScV^S. Capacity*^ Elevator Book..:
Pull ocaan Mew mv / -HaNNIELL BROS.
JOHN R- PUOH. CMef Clerk. j
THE LORAINE.
.i««n front of St Charles Place. Atlantic City. X J. !
t r.tr~t level. Private bath*. =>te*m he.t. --
Writ, for Booklet .g^E"^^ ft 3O N.
Summer Bcsjt::?
lEft-JEH«ET
HADDON HALL,
ATLANTIC CITY'S MOST POPULAR HOTE-.
Open throughout tie year.
Modem and Cirr.-pl-z*. Hot and Coid Sea Water B«f_»
Gol* Links, etc. Booklet -nailed.
LEED3 .* LIPPCTCCTE.
New- York Representatives. Fred. H. Sconeld. M-oo- ■
pqiitan Building. Madison s*jua.--. and C. A. Mar_, >
Park Place.
TDOil SOQEILBQIIBSaEo
Atlantic ITY'S
FAVORITE OCEAN FRONT HOTEL.
Doubled In capacity «nd greatly _sarov»d.
Sun parlors overlooking th* ocean ant sea water batt_T
In th* bouse.
G->lf Unka. JAME3 P. 3OUTHWICK. Minintt.
TTGOE D!!3®<iP®o@.
*»oth Carolina-* v*.. Atlantic City. !• X. 100 ft« Scra m
Beach; capacity. *00. rooms .-ingle and en aaita. w •• i
bath; elevator. Special rates to July Ist. 112. *13. JIT. 3d
weekly. Booklet. W. F. 3HAW.
DOQDTTEIL UUJiEfttfa
■ ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Open pavilion directly sver Boardwalk, tellsjMCßstr
cool. Porches ma. l«v»J with and connactej to iS»I
Boardwalk. Sea and fresh private batlia Goi* prtvV-'
leges. JOSIAH WHITS A SOW.
TTDQE @Dfl^lLlF(SDlSirE ?
ATLANTIC CITT. N. J. ON THS BSAC_»
Extensively altered and greatly enlarged.
Hot and cold sea water Is ail private and SjsUl baOav
LEEDS A HAPW CO.
TlnlE ilifll PALACE,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Thla new and superbly appointed hotel ranks) with Am
largest and be«t on the Atlantis Coast.
It Is located at the ocean end at Pacific At*., and wltalsj
.V» feet of the beach and board walk.
The situation is cool, quiet. plc:uraaq-ie< aad delight**!.
100 rooms with batha.
r. V. .-:x*
■Also Prop'r of the Hrgela Hotel. Old Point Comfort. VajM
ATL.\NTIC CITT. N. J.
KKDnrtEiL; [EGil_j©_.[F n
Beach front. Capacity *VO. Sea water batha. ioansss ■
and European plans. Special June rates S3 day. Jl7..'<>
week. CHA3. R. MYER3.
New York Ofßce World Vacation Burejsu. 3«tii St. and
B*way. 9 A. M. to a P. M., where booking tor rooms — ;»•
De made and sal information secured.
7 v i ••
ATLANTIC CITT.
Chelsea Aye. and -he Beach: new "house, »lejrant'.r Sjw,
nlshed appotr.trr thoroughly modtr:: culsln* %nd s«t>«)
vice unexcelled; rooms en suite or single, with bath; asa»
vator. Send for booklet. CHARLES C. tc~f tatav
Fonnerty Stuart House. Naw YorSc
WALDORF- ASTORIA.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Dtractlv on the ocean froct and ccnnect«! with Bo«x4'
Walk. Capacity. tfflO. Strictly flreprocf In »vary seas«.
: The acme of comfort »nd 'uxurinusness. Every appoma
< ment. hot and cold, sea and fresh water oaths. S>vata*a>
to street. Rooms single and en suite. Dining room on wp
■Mr, overlooking ocean. Special inducements fcr .3*.
Booklet HARRY BOTHMAX.
HOTEL. ST. CHARLES.
ATLANTIC CITT. X. J.
On the Beach.
Finest on the Coast.
Booklet. Hot sea water Is all batha. Golf Vis—i ,
JAMS? 3. ESIL_Y.
HOTEL TRATMORE.
ON THE BEACH. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Extensively improve^ and enlargert. Over 3O v. 1 n af i
baths. New dlni»g room, e«c!o-*d in glass, direct^ fae>
i ing the ocean, and unsurpassed >n th« Atlantic Coaat
for decoration and -l-ttar.--. Sxcaaasjt and sun parlor*
doubled In size. Capacity. ">OO.
D. S. WHITE. Jr.. Owner and Prop*,
THE BREXTON.
Oeaan end Xew Jersey ay». Atlantis Cltx. N. J.
New Hotel. R-. ■ . en suire. with bath.
i MYERS M BECET__
THE TREMONT. ~"
S3A GtRT, S J. DIH_CTLY ON TH_ Vjtt I<— >
Special June rates. $10 for best roots*,
j I. 3. HINKSON.
" HOTEL N*KW ENGLAND.
South CSssalAsa-avat, from Beacfl. Atlaacte CM*.
j Entirely rebuilt and enlarged to a capacity at *00. Sernlf
, furnished: ■»%••—- modem equipment. Elevator to street.
{ Rooms s:n*le or en aura. with bath. Special rates tar
j June. Write, for Booklet.
j BKTA.V A ■WTLLIA—S.
1 OTEL BELMONT. — __
li Or>en all .-ear O^»aa and Virginia At*.. Atlaataa
City. N. J. Built entirely of brick. Absolutely afaeropt.
steam heat. e|«vator. »Un parlors; rooms single and en
suite, with bath. Specially low rates for May and .'ma.
Booklet mailed. _ S. ~"ATSON.
HOTEL RICHMOND. —
Four doors from Sea, on Senndrr-ar*.. '""*•
• City. N. J. A comfortable, —ell appointed hotal. wtth. — -
' cellent cul.itae. Electric elevator, etc.
M. H. MAGERS. P~ p. CHA3. H. PSA_& Maj*.
HOTEL RALEIGH.
Ocean and of St. Charles Place. A:.ar.-:o City. X. X
Capacity 800. Elevator. Sultea or rooms wits iat»».
Through June and September the rates are mars raa~
sonaol*. although the aerrtca is batter and th« oomfortsi
are greater Bus «■■ meet all traiaa.
JOHN B. SCOTT.
KENILTVORTH INN. '
Kentucky Are. and Beach. Atlantic City. JT. I.
Enlarged. Improved throughout. Slc-rator to atsasjsv
Sun parlor. Write for Booklet. 3ua meers trumg^
T. _. ROE_2T_
MISC_L_^_TEOL'3.
WQ[R(3QK3O^ DOW" ©POafllSßQS
all SEASONS RESORT.
ON ■■•Mall a OHIO RAI_WAT.
Exhilarating summer climate. Invigorating. caraCvaw
and health-trivlntr baths. Hotel and cottages of the high
est class. Fine drives. Golf links adjoin hotel. ThraugV
compartment car from New irk. Excursion tickets at
C & O. ofiees, 3tC and 1374 Broadway and irtlcea P-nnaw
R. R.. New York; also efflces N. V.. N. H. <* ■ R. E-.
throughout New England. PHD STERRY. Manages.
Hot Springs. Va.
TTOOE s\_@!DDa(|)QJ]DE]
_i LlL._=3 /"\i»-tV r j r | JLJIAJ
ST. ANDREWS. N. B.
On Paasamaquoddy Bay. near E_»tporr. Maine. Exeeßeat
(f>if .Ink*, boating, bathing, fishing. Through Parlor Car.
Boston to St. Andrews. HARVEY & WOOD.
3 Park Place. New York. Mondays 11 to 1.
MANOIR RICHELIEU.
MURRAY BAT. QUEBEC.
Not hotel built ->;• Richelieu * Ontario Na» Co.. ac
commodation for 400 guests: haa£aorn*ly foralaa» hot .%
cold salt * fre«h water baths, »ream heat- »tc. dimate:
a comolnatlon of mountain and m air. '■>• hotsl !»
beaut;fullv situated at the foot of the Laurentian Moun
tains, overlooking the St. ... River. 2O s:!m wi<ta>
and aa salt as the Atlantic. Reached by steamer* of tha>
R. .* O. Rat Co.. from Toronto. Montreal .4 Queb*.?.
Bates. $3 to v day i Jl3 to J-JS m. Send for Illus
trated booklet to Albert Miller, manager, carw if R. A O.
Nay Co.. Montreal. Quebec
Summer lUacrt ©nibca,
SUMMER HOMES
ON LONG ISLAND.
By the Ocean. Sound and Ray.
"LONG ISLAND." aa Illustrated descriptive book. and
"SUMMER HOMES." a book - -.oina; hotels —
boarding houses, free, upon appUcatton at ticket o— c-m.
Aster ■-■-•- Bureau), and 1.333 Brc* I
way. 95 3--. aye.; 31th ft.. S. R.. and foot New Chambers
St.; Journal Resort Bureau. 1.370 Broadway; World Vaca
tion Bureau. 1.3S- Broadway: 557 Cc-lumoua aye. and 43 W
123 th st.. New York; 323 Fulton st. ; Eagle Summer H*^
sort Bureau. 119 Broadway. Brooklyn, and a: L. H. R.
stations in Brockivn or s»rd itc. in stamps for "L*aga>
Island" and 4c. f.ir "Sumaier Hern»«" to H M- 3MTTH_
TraSc Manager. L. I. K. R.. L. L City N. V
Summer in the Mountains
of Sullivan, "later and >i««r» Cotint'.es. N. T.. <m tit*
mala line and branches of the New York. Ontario awt
Western Ra..» . If you aro se«k!ajr a. 3I.*iIMEIi HOMm
for your fatally In a -»r- r. •'
Absolute Health at "loderate Cost,
2.000 feat above the «, wirh Par» Air. p..^ Water Pur»
Milk, and . cent* for po»ta*« to the undersigned, or sail
and a»t fr»a at >fßces below th« Suoarbtv 11 ufuM rhim
•s-Stmer homes. • ,f :9a :>•*«. v aiviTisnSris3f
Farm ana Boardinff Houees. -*:th their tocatlon. rmteatar
board. fac:::::-.r attractions. Ac.
IN NEW YORK: 113. ltfi. ITI. 3TI. 643. --» 3roadwar;
»7 «h At*.. ,<l Park Place. 737 rtta Aye.. 343 >>luaa«nas)
*'*. 133 East 123 th St.. =73 TV.*t :ririi at 173 atk
Aye.; ticket ot2e»». Franilla and W«1 *il dt. F»r-'«a.
IN BROOKLTN: 4 Court St.. wo Futtca at, M
■roaiway. SOI Manhattan An.. East* OSce.
Passanaw rates, 2 -»• i a mil*.
J. C. AXDER3ON.
General Pu»en«er .v<-at. M Bsavar St.. X. T.
Countrn Bo^rij
BOARDERS WASTED.- Adirondack Mouatalaa; tin—
• p«r we**. f*or further p&rticulAra tildr«*a il-».
■L MHaD. Ixtdlan L*»*. Ham:! tea County. N. T.
"DOAROERS TAKEN for ;h«% summer at Henry Was*
X> Beech«r# farm In .Houthbuxy. Conn. :rMB
H. W. 11 ■■». Box as. Southbury. Coaas.
EXCELLED BOARD.— M rolaute* (MM any. »»rr»»t»
'*- ' house, bavth. broad ptaxzaa. fresh '«■>. v««»!« ««.
Reference »xnh»n<»d. Mr*. J. J. FEOUUS. PawUo*. X. X.
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