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Hotel Russell,
Russell Square, London.
The moat superbly appointed and conveniently situated Hotel in
London, being in close touch with the great Financial, Com
mercial, Legal, Judicial. Medical, Scientific, Historical, Art,
Literary, Dramatic, Parliamentary and Social Centres, the
Leading Shopping Thorough/ares' and the Principal Rail
way Termini. Yet If eat fully quiet amidst its well ordered
surroundings, and the Grand Old Trees of Hnssell Square in
Historic Bloomsintry. Tariff same as at the popular and famous
HOTEL HUE AT CEXTKAL.
Accommodation for 500 guests. xruvrcirr-Ti
Proprietors-THE FREDERICK HOTELS * rBAI ' ?ff^' )
LTD. -Bl' MAPLE,
fiCHOOI. BOXD IRftCE PASSED.
COrNCIL ADOPTS THE ORDINANCE) AFTER
TWO BALLOTS ON IT.
prior to the meeting: of th« Council yesterday
President Gu?fenheimer was actively engaged la
trying to induce :r.emb«ra to vote for the $3,500,000
bor.fi issue for sites and new school buildings.
The affirmative vote« of twenty-two Councilmen
are needed to pass an ordinance authorizing a bond
Issue, and Mr. .pgenheimer had sent urgent tele
graphic scess&ges to each member asking him to be
In h'.s pie re end vote for the authorization of the
l>on<! issue. He called Mr. Cassidy Into his office
tc<s remonstrated with the Councilman from Queens
for blocking the ordinance at the last three meet
lr.gs, and then talked In turn with each of the
Brooklyn members who left the chamber at the last
meeting and by their absence helped to defeat Its
pasEape.
To the Brooklyn members Mr Gußgenhelmer
ebowed .i letter from President Robertson of the
School Eoard of that borough stating that unless
the bond lsrue was authorized the work on new
schools in that borough would be seriously retarded.
One result of the efforts of President Guggen
r.etaer was •;..■ twenty-five members took their
6eats in the Council chamber.
When the school bo: resolution was reached a
close call of the house was required to get the
requlrc-d number of members in their places. Coun
cilman McGarry moved the adoption of the
ordlc&nce. Mr. L*ich said he had come all the way
from Philadelphia to vote for the resolution.
By the time the vote was reached there were but
twenty-two members in the chamber. Councilmen
Oassldy and Conly voted In the negative, thus de
feating Jt again.
On the motion of Councilman Goodwin the resolu
tion was laid over for an hour while messengers
Tere sent out to find two absent members who
favor the bond issue.
When the hour had elapsed the bond issue reso
lution was again called up. and Councilman Conly
this time voted for It. Councilman Murphy, who
was out of the chamber when the first vote was
taken, also voted In the affirmative. This gave the
necessary twenty-two votes. Mr. Cassidy did not
vote. As toon as the resolution was passed Presi
dent G'JSgenheJrner put a motion to adjourn and
declared It carried, against the protests of half of
the members. •
Councilman Murray said it -was an outrage that
the members would not stay and transact public
business.
"That's why I did not vote for the resolution
when it first came up," said Mr. Conly. "I knew
tney would adjourn as soon as It was passed, and
transact no other public business."
FORGER ESCAPES FROM COURT.
AWAITING SENTENCE. HE ELUDES TWO
DETECTIVES-HAS A BAD RECORD.
Max Magnus, who has half a dozen aliases,
escaped from the Criminal Court Building yester
day while awaiting arraignment. He was in the
room .of -Detectives Naught and Cuff, of the Dis
trict Attorney's office, with a number of other per
sons, when be saw his chance to walk out of the
door while unobserved. A general alarm has been
cent out for him.
Magnus was awaiting arraignment to be sent to
prison for escaping from a keeper on the. Island In
:S&5. He la a very cool man, and has a record which
cates bade to MIL On January 15 of that year
Magnus, who also bears the aliases of Joe Roth,
Hayes and Meyers, was arrested In Cayuga County
for forgery in the second degree. He was sen
tenced to the State Reformatory for ten years, but
In some manner he was able to leave the institu
tion after he had served only a year and twenty-
Eix days.
On October 25, 3592, ho was arraigned In Special
Sessions In this city on a charge of passing a bad
check, and he got three months. On January 24,
1555, he was sent to the island for eleven months.
While serving that term he was brought to this
city by a keeper on March 4 to testify in General
Sessions. On the way to the island afterward the
keeper stepped in a store at Fifty-second-st. and
Becond-ave. and he escaped.
Magnus was next heard of under the name of
Roth in the Concord (N. H.) prison. The news was
communicated to the New-York authorities, who
seat Cuff there with extradition papers and a war
rant for Koth, and he was brought to this city on
Monday, after the expiration of his term.
Magnus was taken to the District Attorney's
office yesterday by Cuff and McNaught. Cuff went
to the telephone to tell the island keepers to come
and get their man, and Magnus was left In the
room with McNaught. A man who had sur
rendered himself ceme in then with his bondsman
end an officer to make out the bail papers, and
they created a little confusion. Magnus, who had
been looking over some magazines, but watching"
his chance, found the door unlocked, and while the
others were 3xlng up the bail bond he slipped out.
BUS COTTOX EXPLODES IX A WAGOX
SMALL BOT THROWS A FIRECRACKER 'WITH
SERIOUS RESULTS.
Phs'lp Etollner, nineteen years old, of No. 619
"U'est rty-second-Et., a driver In the employ of
the Manhattan Chemical Company, at No. 217
Grand-Et.. wlille driving through ICott-et. yester
day was seriously burned about the head and face
by an explosion of gun cotton and ether la hla
"Wfegon, caused by a lighted firecracker thrown by
thirteen-}- ear-old Joseph Blendorsky, of No. 66
Mott-st. The wagon was rot wrecked, but the re
port of the explosion was heard for blocks In the
neighborhood.
Stcliner. in addition to his Injuries, had consider
ci-Ie to do In restraining his horse, which became
ucaiaxas^a.'ble. The injured driver went to the of
nce of hll employers/ who covered his face and
fctad with lotians of llns* 1 -^ oil, and afterward ob
tained a warrant for th« arrest of Blt-ndorfsky,
who was arrested In Public School No. 23. in Mul
berry -et.
The principal at first refused to surrender the
boy. and on!y yielded when Policeman I>oiioghuo,
of the Centre-et. court equad, showed tbe warrant
CfclH:ig- for the arrest of Klr-ndorfsky.
Magistrate Mayo, in Ctntre-Bt. court, held. the
priEoner In J3'JO tail for trial.
COLFR AXD THE MACK CHARGES.
MESSAGES EXPRESSING CONTXDENCE IN HIS
ABILITY TO ANSWER THEiI SUC
CESSFULLY.
Controller Coler has been receiving many letters
and telegrams from admirers and friends since he
returned from Illinois. Most of the mi win, i ■ have
expressed conrtdence in his ability to answer the
charge* of Jacob W. Mack." Some of them have de
clared that ;.- was In luck to have charges easily
disproved lodged against him. Some of the Tam
many politicians have declared that a few more
* u <" charges might compel the nomination of Mr.
Coler m the Democratic candidate for Governor
th!s fall. •
Mr. Coler yesterday got a letter from a ten-year
old girl in Texas asking for his autograph, and
**»1?n» 1 ? n^ c ! so what he thought of the Filipino war.
Z.j. Coser etill Persists In Baying that he Is not a
candidate for Governor and does not want to be
nominated. Within the last few days <he rumors
that fae would be the Democratic nominee have
,£ Sn revlv< " j . and it is expected If ho can show
mat the charges bgsiriFt him wen? inspired by
' p .\, he vvl!l **" 8tl!1 stronger with the peop.'e.
„ i am not a candidate," said the Controller, "and
do not expect the nomination."
H. J. OItAST RELIEVED AS RECEIVER.
H. H. Vreeland. president of the Third Avenue
Railroad Company, late yesterday afternoon Ok I a
receipt In the United States Circuit Court which
relieves Hugh J. Grar.t from the receivership of th«
5S l £ r *^ y/y /^ The J rece! P t acknowledges ■■.<■ payment
for f&h. *i n<3 tranK^^s Of claims for advertising
for J3&J.5 and mall service for J3.471 42.
WORBHIPPER OF BRYAN GOES IXSAXE.
AROUSES THE NEIGHBORS WITH PRAISES OF
THE NEBRASKA!*.
Henry S. Moran, forty years old. of No. 18 East
One-hundred-and-eleventh-st.. was a prisoner In
the Harlem Police Court yesterday, charged by his
wife with being Insane.
Mrs. Moran said that her husband had gone
crazy over thinking: about William J. Bryan. He
had his room plastered with lithographs of the
Democratic leader and would get up In the middle
of the night and disturb the neighbors, making
speeches for Bryan and talking about '"16 to 1."
Mrs. Moran Bald that frequently her husband
created excitement by falling down on his knees
in front of pictures of Bryan on fences and walls
In the act of worship.
Policeman Allen, who arrested Moran, said that
the only way he could get him to court was by
telling him that Bryan was to make a speech
there, and then he started on a dead run for the
courthouse. Moran was uneasy In court and kept
p.«klnß for Bryan. Magistrate Zeller ordered Moran
to be taken to Bellevue and held there for observa
tion as to his sanity. Moran would not go to Belle
vue until several policeman assured him that
Bryan was going to appear there.
JURY SECURED IX THE HALLE CASE.
The Jury to try the murder case of Aaron Halle
was secured yesterday before Justice Fursman, in
the Supreme Court. Halle shot and killed Mamie
Branigan in i:< ir.hardt's drygoods store, at Eighty
sixth-st. and Third-aye., on May 12. The jurors
secured yesterday were:
CLiren^e P. T,<=ggett, No. 151 West One-hundred
and-third-st; Charles S. S^ott. No, 373 West One
bundred-and-twenty-sixth-st.; Samuel J Knight
No. 38 East Tenth-st. ; Henry W. Keil. No. 05
Broad-st.; John S. iJavifson. No. 50 Worth-et. ;
William C. Lirwood, No. 141 Broadway; John Quick.
No. 120 Centn-si.; Norman \V. Henley, No. 100
"West One-hundred-and-thirtleth-st.
Tli» ca^e ■will b» taken up again to-day.
(Enropean
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ers of Fashion in America
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H. P. Truefltt Ld.,
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Hotel Cecil, London.
Elysee Palace Hotel, Paris.
High-class Hairdrcssing by female experts. Manicure
and Chiropody by New York operators. First and
only "American Shaving Saloons" in Europe.
JAMES BREW,
HOSIER, SHIRT AND STOCK MAKER, Etc.
1,2*3 BURLINGTON ARCADE, W.
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WATCHES-^&LLVERWARE— ETC.
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LONDON HOTELS.
Sfl¥oY HOTEL, LONDON
HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE WORLD
The rooms are bright, fresh and airy
and delightfully quiet. Bathroom to every Suite!
SAVOY RESTAURANT.
The most famous Kestraurant In Europe. Xha
Orchestra plays during Dinner and
the Opera Supper.
Visitors to tmb Old Country.
SOUTH KENSINGTON
HOTEL
Considerably Enlarged. oUFFTST'c; rim
Noted for its Comfort « UEEN s GATB,
and Convenience. TERRACE, S.W.
One of the most Fashionable Hotels in London-
/^LARiDGE'S HOTEL,
%^^/The Centre of Fashionable London
"The Last Word" of SModern
Hotel Luxury. Charming suites <o>ith private
entrance, bathroom, etc! Over 300 rooms.
Nearly 100 bathrooms.
A magnificent Royal Suite.
CABLTON HOTEL,
LONDON.
The perfection of Modern Hotels, with the finest location
In London. The World ide reputation of Mr. C. Rltz
of the Hotel Kltr, Paris, who is Manager, and of M.
Eacoffler. who is acknowledged to be the most expert of
European Chc-fs, an.l has charge of the Carlton Cuisine,
assures perfection in each Department.
Hotel Dicudonne
Restaurant, Condon
Located in Ryder St.. the Centre of the ' West Knd "
Most recherch* Cuisine in Europe, Unsrirp^s«e<l selection
of choice Vintages at moderate prices The table d'Hote
Luncheons, Dinners, and Theatre Suppeis are the general
rend4vous of the critical American mid Kntr':«h Gourmets.
The Frescoed walls and ceilings have been executed by
famous Italian artists and should be seen by every
American visiting London.
ALEXANDRA HOTEL
/ \\ (Hyde Park Corner),
LONDON.
F"lne*t pnnltlon In London.
OTrrlooklne IIt<1«? Park and "Hotten Uott."
Exclnnlve I'n.rnnnicr.
Re-decorated and re-furnished throughout.
Modern sanitation.
Cuisine now one of the best in London.
Horrex's New Hotel,
LONDON.
Corner Norfolk St. and Strand.
WITH PERFECTLY APPOINTED MOPERN AR
RANOEMENTS THROUGHOUT. ELEVATOR ELEC
TRIC LIGHTS, ETC. LOCATION MOST CENTRAL.
NEAR LAW COURTS, EMBANKMENT. kND PRIN
CIPAL. THEATRE? : 10 MINUTES' WALK FROM
WESTMINSTER ABBEY. OMNIBUS AND BAIL
COMMUNICATION WITH ALL PARTS OF LONDON.
W. HORREX. Proprietor.
THE £££$
LAN6HAM HOTEL.
DON.
I'nrlriillril Situation In Portland Place.
At Ton of Resent St. W.
Convenient for the Best Shops, Theatres, Etc.
Every Modern Comfort and Convenience.
Moderate Tariff.
nnucD i HOTEL
UU¥ Clf > BURLINGTON
The finest Coast Hotel in Eu^laml.
HOTELS IN THE BRITISH ISLES.
LONDON
MIDLAND GRAND HOTEL
LIVERPOOL ....
ADELPHI HOTEL
LEEDS . ......
QUEEN'S HOTEL
BRADFORD
MIDLAND HOTEL
MORECAMBE BAY .
MIDLAND HOTEL
DERBY
MIDLAND HOTEL
BUXTON
! a****** CRESCENT HOTEL
SHAXKLIX-ISLE-OF-WICUT ....
UOLLIEK» SHAN KLIN HOTEL.
BOSS-OS-WYE.
"THE RHINE OF ENGLAND"..
ROYAL. HOTEL.— OVERLOOKING RIVER.
MOUNT TUNIinmoE WELLS..
HOTEL. WELLINGTON.
EDINBURGH— PRINCE'S STREET....
THE ROYAL. HOTEL.
BOURNEMOUTH— THE "ROYAL BATH"
HOTEL-UK-LUXE OK THE SOUTH
BETTWS-T-COED (NORTH WALES)
WATERLOO HOTEL
DETTWS-Y-COED
(North Wales> ROYAL OAK HOTEL
DUB ' THE "SHELBOURNE HOTEL
THE SHELOOI'UNE HOTEL
WARWICK •• wooLpacK HOTEL.
WOOLPACK HOTEL.
WOOHCOMBE nAY HOTEL,
(North Devon. l WOOLACOMBE BAY.
BIDGFOKD, IJEVOXSIIIRE.
TAN TON'S FAMILY HOTEL.
ABERDEEN .^ %]£&& noTEU
THE PALACE HOTEL.
CRI DEN HAY Aherdeenahlre)
CRL'IIEN BAY HOTEL. PORT ERROL. N. B.
Tariff* of the Hotel* and full particular*
m to routes may be hntl at the European.
Offices of the "Tribune," nt 140 Fleet Street,
London,
n.. AAn '<> U.t.i BOUTHEEA. PORTSMOUTH.
Uueen s nOtOI. Klllß Marina view. Facln*
I.;-.- of Wight. Lovely oil gardens. TennU. etc. Adjoin*
Royal Yacht Club. Frequent boats to Cones, Ryda and
Southampton. "ROTAr. PlSOt HOTEL." under Kama dl
rection. Opposite Queen's residence Osborne.
Upper Norwood, Queen's Hotel.
Near Crystal Palace. London Healthiest aHuatlon la
En/Clan 1. Lovely Rar«iens. Boarding terms from 42.50 per
day. Special terms for large parties. Convenient train
nervlce for City and Wast End London.
Norfolk Hotel. Brighton. England.
Elite Family IIe:«l. Overlooks sea-wall promenade and
lawns. Fine public rooms. Perfect sanitation. Shaded
electrlo lights. Lift I>ellcou cuisine. Choice wines.
jiil'W A. Creighton, Mgr
Kenilworth, England. The Abbey Hotel
Bomnntlcaily situated, overlooking hlatorlo ruins of
Kenilworth Castle and At>b«y. Leading hotel and most
central for Shakespeare- Land. Proprietor had 10 years'
New-York experience. Moderate terms. Writs tor bock- !
Ut. CHAS. E. CLEVELT. proprietor.
Reaorie.
-foreign Reeoria.
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HOTEL GREAT CENTRAL,
LONDON
Near Bond Piccadilly, Hyde Park.
A conspicuous triumph of modern
luxury.— " World." London.
Luncheon (Table d'Hote)3 shillings.
Oinner(Tabled'Hote)3 & 5 shillings.
Visitors received " en pension."
700 QUESTS
can be accommodated,
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Furnished & Decorated by Maple<& Co.
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HOTELS IN ENGLAND.
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Engllsn residence, situated In best part of Kemlnc
ton. near Hyde Park and Gloucester Road Station. Full
board terms. Including late ♦ count* dinner, from 11 dol
lar* weekly. Private stttlntr rooms. Highly recommended.
Mrs OASCOIQNE. 27 Lexham Gardens. Cromwell Road.
JLFRACOMBE (En-land).
ILFRACOMEE HOTEL.
All rood American* atay there before they <J!«-
The International Palace Hotels,
The IMvtera Palace ...... Monte Carlo.
The ltiii.ru l'nluce,
M< I) Prance.
Sli«i.h-:i nl'n Hotel nlid )
The «.ii./lr^h I'nlHcc. I Esrpt.
The i.i» I'iijjV, "*" Tbe'lloVai Talnce,
OSTKND BelKlam.
Cliatriin Kiiyul,
AROENNCS Delslam.
Villon tie Ilellevne.
1iK1.i.r.% IE. near Paris. . .France.
Hotel Stephanie,
AIIAZIA Austria.
The <.<l. Hotel International,
Hit I MUSI Italy.
The Aveulda Palace,
LISBON Pnrtn
The Slimmer Palace,
THKHAPf A TnrUey.
Tlie Pern Palace,
(O\-TAMI.\(»PLE Tnrker.
Termin Hotel Horrteanx.
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Passengers from and to America hare tbe
choice of
FOUR ROUTES
BETWEEN" LIVERPOOL AXD I,OXDOSi
The Royal Oxford or Shakespeare Route.
* — J," l ** \* orcester Konte.
The Hereford anil Gloucester Rotate.
4— The Ilri.ttol & Hath Uonte.
The Hallway paiaera throneh some of tbe
Most rictnre«qnc Scenery In the Country.
Ihe following places can be visited en
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CHESTER— One of the most ancient cities la
Knaland.
S Hit EWSni'RV— Rich in Antiquarian interest.
AVA II WICK— For Warwick Castle.
IiUAMIAGTON- For Kenilworth Ca«tle and Guy
Cliff.
STBATPORD-OX-AVOX- Shakespearo's birth
place.
OXKORD- The City of CoMaaaa,
WORCESTER, HEREFORD. GI.OCCES
TEH A: HKlSTOlr— Cathedral Cltle«.
HATH— For the Roman Baths & Abbey.
&I.OIGII— For Stoke Park, which belonged to
William Perm. the founder of Pennsylvania.
AVIMiSOR CASTLE— The home of the Qu-en.
lInKKXSf checked through. Kiprras trains
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convenience of passengers landing at that
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In NEW-YORK of Mr. PRANK C. CLARK, 11l Broad
way; Messrs. COOK" & SOX. £01 Broadway, and at th»
Great Western Oft'ca. C. Rue le Teletler. Boulevard dcs
Uallens. Parl«.
J. L. WII.KIVSOV. General Manager.
Fa.;dl:it:ton Station. London. March. 1000.
European Trains de Luxe
FROM LONDON.
Lui'hon Express— Pyrenees, Koynn Express,
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Naples.
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PAH
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MIDLAND RAILWAY OF EXOLASD.
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TRAINS LIVERPOOL (Central) to LONDON and PRIN
CIPAL TOWNS Also LIVERPOOL (Exchange) to Scot
land. THROUGH TICKETS to LONDON. PARIS and all
parts. NEWEST TYPE of Rolling- Stock on Express
Trains. BAGGAGE CHECKED through from hotel, resi
dence or pier In New York to any part of London. Obtain
guides, time tfiWs. maps. Ac. at the MIDLAND COM
PANY'S AGENCY (Messrs. Thoa. Cook & Son). 281 and
l.! 1 -.') Broadway, New York.
PARIS HOTELS.
Hotel Continental,
Hotel Chatham,
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GRAND HOTEL de TATHENEE.
15 HUE SCRIBE.
OPPOSITE THE GRAND OPERA.
The Modern Hotel of Paris.
A. ARMBRUSTER. Mana&er.
Hotel de Lille et d' Albion. Paris,
223 Rue St. Honore. the finest part of Paris. Near
Tullleries Gardens. Place Vendome A New Opera. Ist
class. Moderate terms. All home comforts. Free light
and eervlr«. Large Hall. Ladies' drawing room. Res
taurant. P.nlng room. Lunch & Table d'hote dinner at
separate tables. Perfect sanitation. Electric llg'.t through
out. Lift. T.athb. Telephone. Bedroom with steam, heat If
desired. HENRI BADIE. Proprietor.
ASX-LES-BAINS
Louvre & Savoy Hotel
facing: Casino I'ui-lc
GRAND HOTEL D'AIX
Aix°Les- Bains
The Grand HoteL
Brussels.
OSTEND-HOTELS
The "Splendid," 350 Beds.
" "Continental," '^5O Beds.
" Kursaal & Beau Site, 125 Beds
A. Declerck, Proprietor.
All these Hotels are modern in every detail,
and on Sea Front.
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
Frankfurter Hof,
Frankfurt A / Main.
MAYENCE-ON-RHINE
Hotel de Hoi lande
Panornniio view Rhine A -llountnlm. Every
coiutort. i'noiinj Steamer Landing.
FOUR SEASONS,
Wiesbaden
NEULLENS HOTEL,
Aix-La~Chapelle.
HOTEL MARQUARDT,
Stuttgart.
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL
Munich
HOTEL CONTINENTAL
Mllilinil ALL Mo^tßN COMFORTS ,
171 ill Vila FINEST SITUATION {
.foreign Resorts.
HOTELS m GERMANY.
GRAND HOTEL
Nurenberg
First Class family hotel situated on
righl hand of Railway Station. Pat
ronized by Americans. Every modern
comfort and sanitary ;»rrarii;ements.
Nice garden in front* Carl Schnorr,
Proprietor, also of Victoria HotoL
BAYERISCHER-HOF,
Nurenberg.
HOTEL STRAUSS
isSf Norenberg
Gd Hotel de Rome,
BERLIN.
STRASSBURO } A
Hotel de Russie,
Baden-Baden.
Baden-Baden
HOTEL O'AKGLETERRE,
HOTEL ViGTORIA,
Baden=Baden.
FREUDENSTADT (2,600 feet above sea).
Black Forest HoteL
Railway Line Stuttgart-Gffenburg-Stnua*
burg. First class hotel, most healthy position,
on a charming hill in the midd c oi a beautiful
P» rk - ** Villa Waldlust"
Romantically situated at the edge of the>
Forest. ERNEST LLZ, Proprietor.
Russia-Mcscow,
HOTEI, BERIJN.
First class — 150 Bedrooms. American and t
English Patrons. Swiss Proprietors.
SWITZERLAND AND AUSTRIA.
Hotel Bristol
VIENNA
The Favorite Resort of Americans
Hotel Krantz
VIENNA
Newest and Most Hodern.
Patronized by the American Ambassador.
Gd'Hote! Hongaria
BOBAPEST
First-Class Hotel with Panoramic view over tfjs
Danube. Every modern comfort. Exclusive Amencaa
and English patronage. CHARLES J. BLRGER. .Hj.i- !
ager, formerly of imperial Hole!, Vienna.
HOTEL PANNDNIA,
Buda Pestfa.
INNSBRUCK-HOTEL TYROL,
Charming Sprirxq; and Summer Resort.
Lovely climate, chancing walks and drives. Mountain I
excursions, etc. Amusements, concerts, good road* and
splendid hall (or bicycling. Hotel Tyrol o~era modern
comfort by moderate charges. Large garden, el«ctrlo
light, lift. etc. Illustrated history seat on application to
Prop, of Hotel Tyrol. C. LANDSE2.
HOTEL KLINGER
et • ill Finest Situation.
jganenbad }faS£g.
THREE KINGS HOTEL,
Basic
HOTEL BEAU SITE"
The Modern Hotel of Lausanne.
Splendid view <•• !. ,;;>- A Mountains.
_A.m« l >i'iejii\ «Sc .Knelish Patronuce.
LAUSANNE ' JBul,
GRAND HOTEL OS VEVEY
Vevey.
I II PC Did C Hotel de .'Europe
LUllCI! li t Over 'ook«ng the Lake.
bWiaiiiia. Charming Garden. Ist clan
Gd. HOTEL NATIONAL,
LUCERNE.
HOTEL BEAU RIVAGE,
GE3JEVA.
Magnificent position on the lake opposite
Mont Blanc. Beautiful terrace. Concerts
in summer. Baths on each floor. Lift.
Electric light in every room. Managed by
the proprietors themselves.
Mayer & Kunz.
The Baur au Lac,
divert 7rt#»Jr»f»
toute ratine:. /Luriwn>
ITALY AND SOUTL OF FRANCE
"mm palace,"
STANDING 2.V ra~*~
BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE PARK. lp€.lo<i»
HOTEL DE LA VILLE,
lyiiion Railway Tickets.
i ' 11 1 Cl II a Luggage He B istered.
Lift. Klectric Lljht.
Horn
ROYAL OANIELIL^^
. <alO. MuiitKN outrun is. f »_ „_
NSWL.Y KK*4lTayX «*•!■»,
Venice. ]-£, Mih
GRAND HOTEL, 1 XI"
Venice. ""-"-r
Jims a Frontage of 300 Feet on I *** * nx ~'-*
the Oxtuxd Canal. j rn«rutM%
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