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Gnrararr Beaona
JHETW-TOKK.
p-T\4 m ___ •_*• __L TTJT 7 t? <tna •*• aajaesnt co»r and homelTke cottages •»•
I nfC 'VlflCrniTir'^tTf llfsTPl bcAlibfully and delightfully situated amid splendid
1 HIS irldgilJLlJlVWll& IIUIVI .ornery, upon _ bit* terraced bluff, on the
|%%%% HiVtlfsVUll till tail 1 lilt 1 111 til It til 111 V northerly shore of Shelter Island, overlooking the
harbor and village of Qreecport.
The Eot«t was b— —soinvrr rebuilt In 1687, and la now a mod»l of architectural beauty, embodying all the lm
paoramcßtS which hart ro <fest<v! themselves to th* management during a euocessrul career of more than twenty
jssrc It has aooomraodationa for nearly 000 guests, ar.d ot>m*.lns many large, h-nisomely furnished, light, airy
and perfectly Tartllated room*, from which are had coarmlng views of marine and rural loveliness. Th* long, broad,
at—ke4 verandas fact every point of the compass and command magnificent panoramic views of land and water.
la the adjacent grim* of th* park of 200 acres belonging to tne property are clustered tile cottages connected
w_b_Ci* botbt, wi—Jl arm acrasjil tot taj-seiifcesiE* it daaired. Th* Annex Is divided, Into suites of rooms lor
ICE COMPANY'S BRIEF.
REPLY TO THE ARGUMENT OF THE
ATTOHXEY-GEXERAL.
ATbarxy, Jun« 19.— Justice Alden Chester to-day
received from the American. Ice Company its
brief In reply to the argument cf the Attorney-
General against making permanent the writ of
prohibition -which restrains Referee Mver Nuss
bauxn from examining the officers of that com
pany la the proceedings Instituted ajralr.st the
■company before Justice Chase.
David 'WUeox, the Attorney. In his brief says
In part that It would have been an Idle course to
pursue If the statute were constitutional and tho
Attcrney-OeneraJ's petition stated a case coming
•within its terms. It -would be useless to attempt
to vacate the order by raisins Issues of fact re
gerQing the allegations of tho petition. Such an
effort would naturally be met at once with the
etiaTtrestlon that the faots must be tried In the
action, end could not be determined preliminarily
•upon affidavits. Especially would this be the case
it th© statute were valid, in. view of the fact that
Its terms deprive the court of any discretion re
garding the granting of the order, and provide that
its flirty is to do so on the application of the At
torney-General. The Attorney-General's brief con
tains the statement that he has understood the
court to intimate that the only question it would
consider Is whether or not the petition is sufficient
to Justify the order of Justice Chase.
This statement Is certainly not based upon any
thing said by the court, and may be properly
characterized as a gratuitous assumption that the
court will not consider obj actions to the statute
•which the Attorney-General seems Indisposed to
answer. Similarly it will be noticed that the At
torney-General has failed to file any memorandum
in opposition to the granting of the permanent writs
of prohibition and. therefore, apparently has noth
ing to Bay regarding the constitutional objections
which are raited In these proceedings. As pointed
out. the conclusions of the Attorney-General re
garding the effect of the acts stated, such as that
they led to a monopoly, are of no importance. The
question Is whether the facts alleged show any
Illegal action. If they do not, under the authorities
Ftated in the principal belief, the results are not
illegal. As to the allegations regarding the price
of Ice, It may again be said that there is no sug
gestion In the petition that the present price is
unreasonable, in stew of existing conditions, but
merely that the American Ice Company raised the
price of its property so as to enable It to pay
dividends. This floes not allege anything unlawful.
The Attorney-General Is In the position of claim
ing that after the American Ice Company had
lawfully aoqulred the stock of the other com
panies, the control of their property can be en-
Joined as an act in consummation, although it Is
the result of a perfectly lawful transaction. The
Attorney-General's statement In support of this
singular contention is merely that it needs no argu
ment to chow the existence of a mono:
The authorities upon the principal brief show
that, on the contrary, wherever anything- of the
sort iia* been attempted, it has been held to be
utterly contrary to the sot fundamental consti
tutional guarantees. The Attorney-G-enera'i's silence
upon the subject impressively shows that noth-
Ing can be said li defence if this violation of the
tx&ueriying principles of Anglo-Saxon Liberties.
FT ATE HOSPITAL APPOnTTITEXTS.
Albany, June IS. — C V. Collins, State Superin
tenaent of Prisons, has appointed Robert Brock-way
Lamb, of the Matteawan State Hospital, medical
superintendent of the DaJUMmora Hospital for In
sane Convicts, at an annual salary of $3,600.
1 V.'. A. Thomas has also been "appointed to the
posltlor. of resident steward at the Long Island
Btat6 HoepltaL
XOT A MYSTERIOUS CRAFT AFTER ALL.
BCHOOSTER HATTIE E. SMITH BAILS WITH A
CARGO OF COAL AND SALT.
Th« "mysterious" schooner Uattle E. Smith sailed
from this port for Sydney, New South Wales,
yesterday, with a cargo of coal and saJt. She left
her pier at Erie Basin and dropped down the Bay
and out to sea like any ordinary merchantman,
and her crew ■pant their time taking care of her
like honest seafaring men. Instead of whetting
knives and Batatas pintols. Nor did the Jolly
Roger float from her flag gaTf, and ah© could not
even ho called a "low. rakish craft."
It was too bad, because she had been called a
mystery ever since ehe began loading at Erie
Basin, and dark, piratical ta.es had gone abroad
concerning her. As a matter of fact, she cleaved
as a yacht, and Coaxes }l. Kev.t. the young Eng
lishman who Is her owner, intends to use her Sri
the Ea6t for pleasure. She carries a cargo instead
of ballast for financial reasons. Coal and salt sell
high in Japan. Inspector Cain, of the Custom
House, examined her before sfae galled and found
nothing •wrong 1 on board. The Hattie K. Smith is
Innocent of mysteries, and the Spanish galleons
•which are uncoubte<i!y lying oft the Delaware
Cares In large numbers need have no fear of her.
TRAXFATLAXTIC TRAVELLERS.
Among the passengers on the steamsdtlp TeiiLoni;,
which i* to sail to-day for Liverpool, vrtll be Slgnor
Marconi, the inventor of wireless telegTuphy; Miss
Ada Rehan and George W. Lec>rer.
Th« Hamburg-American liner Auguste Victoria,
which •will sail for Hamburg to-morrow, will carry
among others Henry S. Kip. W. Raloff Kip and
Garrett B. Kip. Mr. and lira, John Blake Baker,
•who .■■re to have sailed on the Auguste Victoria
will ea:l on the Majc-etle on July 1.
Among the passengers who arrived yesterday on
the steamer Grosser KarfOrst from Bremen and
Cherbourg were Richard A. Harlow Henry S
Northrop, A. P. Proctor, Edward M C Tower T
Wolf Tone. Aufrust S. Vatable, A. Vatable and 1/
\. Lasto.
WAX COTT DENIES CHARGE OF POLITICS.
Postmaster Van Cott eaid yesterday that his
selection* among the postclfice clerks of subject*
tor the raising of salaries on July I had not been
In any way Influenced by politics. About 700 of the
1,900 postofflce clerks In this city are to have their
salaries raised on July 1, according to the annual
custom, and Mr. Van Cott has for some time
been hard at work deciding which clerks ought
to have their Falaries raised. It has been «aid
by some of the'clerks that tae«e choice* have beea
dictated by Lemuel K. Quieg, and that no one need
*xpeet an increase who did not have a "pull." re
rardiess of merit. This story ia emphatically denied
OS' Mr. Van Cott. who says that the friends r.f
many clerks called on him and urge.l him
to raise »he Kaiartea of the** clerks, hut that h*
liaa been influenced solely by the work of the clerks
in ataklng his decisions.
Summer VLtetma.
SIM (LMI BNBB, Mill MM.
P. O. Star Lake, N. Y. In the heart of the Adlrondacks:
2,f«00 feet elevation; good boating; splendid fishing; grand
scenery: Quick relief from hay fever; lighted by electricity;
open fireplaces: fine orchestra; telephone station ; accom
modates 250; MODERATE RATES. Send for descriptive
pamphlet. INGLEHAHT _ BROWN. Proprietors.
On CLEAR LAKE. "The Heart of
ADIRONDACK *** Adlrondacks" ; an Ideal spot for
a rummer rest; open ilav 20. W. W.
LODGE. PIERCE, proprietor. North Elba,
N. Y.
BANNER HOT-SE.
In the Northern Adirondaokß. Write for drcrrlars.
J. B. KIRBY. Ohateaugay Lake, N. Y.
WOMAX BEATEN AXD ROBBED.
SHE ACCUSES FIVE MEN OF COMMITTING
THE CRIME ON A BARGE.
Five men are prisoners in the East Fifty-flrst-st.
police station charged with having beaten and
robbed Mrs. Anna Williams, a widow, of No. £30
West Thlrty-third-st., yesterday afternoon on the
barge Man pan, lying at East Flfty-thlrd-Bt. A
sixth is locked up on suspicion of having been Im
plicated In the deed.
The prisoners are Joseph Krischoff, nineteen
years old. of No. 338 East Flf ty-f ourth-st. ; William
Murphy, twenty-four years old, of No. 354 East
Fifty-fourth-et.; Robert J. Bonhelm, thirty-two
years old, of No. 980 First-aye.; William Garrison,
thirty-two years old, of No. 334 East Sixtleth-st. :
Joseph Gllllck, thirty-one years old, of No. 408
East Flfty-fourth-et., and Martin Hokeins, thlrty
flve years old, who is captain of the barge and live*
aboard her.
According to the story told by Mrs. Williams to
Acting Captain Lantry, she went yesterday to the
barge Thompsonla, lying in the East River, to Bee
her sieter. She was unable to find her sister, and
was returning home, when at Flfty-thlrd-st. and
Avenue A she met Murphy and Krlschoff. They
asked her where she was going, and she told of
her search for her sister.
"We can Take you right to her," she said they
told her, and she followed them. They led her to
the barge Mangan. They went aboard, and the
three other men named soon followed. They went
down Into the cabin. Mrs. "Williams asserts that
Captain Hokeins was there. When she had entered
the cabin the door was eh at quickly and locked,
according to her story. Mrs. Williams says the
men then set upon her and one of them struck
her, felling her to the floor. She was badly beaten,
her wedding ring taken from her finger and her
pocketbook, containing a small Bum, taken, she
alleges. Mrs. Williams declares Captain Hokeins,
though he is a large and powerful man, made no
attempt to protect her.
Mrs. Williams screamed lustily for help, and
Policeman Flannlgan, of the East Flfty-nrst-st
station, heard the cries and responded. Captain
Lantry was near and also heard the calls for
help. When he reached the barge he found Police
roan Flannigan had burst open the cabin door and
had covered the whole party with his revolver.
Other patrolmen were summoned and the six men
were arrested and taken to the station.
TWO GIRLS FAIXT IX COURT.
ARRESTED OS INFAMOUS CHARGE AND LOCKED
UP WITHOUT EVIDENCE.
Two young women fainting side by side was the
unusual sight which aroused the interest of all who
were present in Jefferson Market Court yesterday
morning. They were Jennie Henry, twenty years
old, of No. 423 Tenth-aye., and Melra Harrlgan,
seventeen, of No. 421 West Thirty-sixth-st. Both
had been arrested on Monday night by Detective
Bennlng, of the West Thirtleth-st. police station.
chained with disorderly conduct, and they had to
spend the night in a celL They cried all morning
in the Jefferson Market Court, and, after being
discharged, the detective having no evidence what
ever against them, they fainted as they tried to
walk out of the court, falling down side by Bide.
It was half an hour before they could regain suffi
cient composure to start for their homes.
The girls said they did not know why they had
been arrested, and when they were arraigned Ben
ning told Magistrate Deuel he did not know any
thing about the girls, and the Magistrate dis
charged them They said they had been visiting
Jennie Henrys sister and left her about midnight
They went through Twenty-elghth-st., and at
Slxth-ave. saw ?? e JmlnßJ mlnß - They thought be was
trying to flirt with them, and told him to mind
his own business He then arrested them. They
were looked up in cells all night, and were taken
to court in the morning in a patrol wagon The
Henry jrfrl says she is a niece of Sergeant TimmV
of the West Twentieths police station. BenrUns
had no evidence against them but his own word
said nothing more than that he did not know them'
and made no protest against their discharge.
AMMONIA THROWS INTO MAN'S FACE.
Arthur Screden, thirty years old. who say* he is
a drug clerk of No. 324 West One-hundred-and
twenty-seventh-st, and Lena Roberts, twenty-five
years old, of No. 418 West Forty-thlrd-st.. were ar
raigned before Magistrate Hogan in the West Side
Court yesterday, charged with acid throwing. The
complainant, Martin Sadlier, of No. 663 Tenth-aye..
was not present, as he Is confined in the Manhat
tan Eye and Bar Infirmary.
Detectives Dale and Cameron, of the West Forty-
Beventh-st police station, who arraigned the pris
oners, told th© Magistrate that at midnight on June
15 Sadlier was walking through Forty-third-st. and
stopped at the house of the Roberts woman. He
rang the bell and entered the apartments of the
woman, where Screden and the woman were to
gether.
Sadlier and the two Inmates of the room quar
reljed. ana Screden took some ammonia, it Is al
leged, and threw It at Badlier, burning his left eve
and the left Bide of the fare.
The detectives told tne Magistrate that the ad
dress given by Screden was not right. Magistrate
Hogan remanded the prisoners for further ex
amination.
[SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS.
San Francisco, Jure IS.— official closing quo
tations for mining stocks to-day were as follows:
Alta Of I Kentucky Oou 01
Aloha Con OS] Lady Wash Con Oil
AndM . .<*'.; Mexican 21
Belcher 1" < UleataJ Con 12
B*M A Belcher S£7 Ophl>- ?<}
Bullion 04'overma.n ; )rt
Caledonia 1.101 Potoei ' 19
Cnall«RK* Con. 14 .Sava«re -••- 17
Chollar 18J8a.« Beich«- "04
Confidence 06; Sierra Nevada "9
Con eai & Va I.M; Standard ; 4 "5
con linrx-rlal 01 ; Syndicate V,q
Crown Point 'is! St. Louis ' 12
uould tc Curry 13; Union Con ' -i
Hilt i- Norcross 27 Utah Con , 14
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NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900.
Snramcr fieoona.
raw-yoßjr.
famrtlfa. Power-hons*" and laundry are at a distance of 1.100 feet from the hot*!, thus removing all danger from
fire and unpleasant sounds and odors.
The buildlr.m are lighted by electricity and gas. There are a spacious and handsome new Qrand Hall snd
Muxic Hall. Ladles' Billiard Rooms, two Otis elevators, suites with baths, oommodlous new buildings for stables
and carriage houses water reservoir and water pumping station; ample precaution agalnat fire: abundant water
supply and perfect sanitary conditions; dry atmospnere, groves, lawns and drlvss; fine still water bathing, yachting,
rowing, fishing, golfing, lawn tennis, crcyuet, archery, swings, baseball, billiards, bowling, orchestral music for con
certs and dancing. FJrliful medical attendance.
The New York Tacht Club Btatton No. 3 Is near by, and the Shelter Island Golf Club House and Links are lo
cated on hlatorlo and romantic ground a few minutes' walk from the hotel.
Parlor coaoh express train*, via Long Island R. R., in two and one quarter hours. I'nder Its new manage
ment the Long Island Railroad tracka have been ballasted, thus avoiding dust, and the train service greatly Im
proved in speed, comfort, new oars and a more convenient schedule ef tvalna
Mli-uTO n@n [AMU M O ¥
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.
MUNNATAWKET HOTEL
OPENS JULY 1.
BATHING. FISHING, SAILING.
MUSIC, CASINO. LIVERY, TENNIS.
For Illustrated circular address
A. T. HALE. MANAGER.
OSQ0 Q sift© on sin
(D)[p©nD QDnu'&SQ GDoßfto "Go
Special Terms per "Week or Season.
For Illustrated Booklet address
WOOLLET & GERRANS. Proprietors.
Saratoga Springs, New York.
I
lyJ . DooinnKLj, ©
SARATOGA SWIMS
Many new Improvements. Appointments, Cui
sine, and" Service Perfect.
OPEN UNTIL OCT. 1.
GAGS & PERRY. PROPRIETORS.
HOUSE- & COTTAGES. SHELTER ISLAND, L. 1., N. T.
HOTEL HANDSOMELY REBUILT 1«»7. Will open June
23d. The New York office, 13 open daily. 2 to 6 p. m., at
£8 Union Square, Room 7, where applications will be re
ceive;?. • Telephone 18th-st., 1277. Send for terms and
Illustrated pamphlet. H. D. W. LAWBON, Manager.
KIAMESHA. SULLIVAN CO.. N. T.
An Ideal summer home at moderate cost; the healthiest
locality In the East; poolttvely no malaria; no mosquitoes ;
no humidity; always cool; accommodates 200; gas, electrio
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 photographic views.
C. M. EARTLETT. 150 Fifth Aye., N. Y. City.
liMIAKIIIiIATTAIM BUkW mill
IS OPEN.
T. F. SILLECK. Manager.
©ffifIEWT]ir~M!TEIL
OPENS JTCNH 21 ST.
JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager,
192 BROADWAY. N. Y.
FEffiMIgILIIIFF MITEL "■
GREENWOOD LAKE, X. Y.
Greatly Improved, with 30 large, new family rooms;
opens I9th May, IS miles via Erie R. R. Ideal lake, moun
tain and fishing resort for families and fishermen. First
class appointments; all modern Improvements. New York
office, 31 Wast 26th Street, E. J. DICK6ON WHITESIDE.
THE new 4 '^[p WIINIIIE M"
at Bbaodaken, Ulster County. N. Y.
Altitude,, 161 feet; 30 miles from Kingston; three trout
streams on hotel ground; milk from our own Alderney
cows; golf, croquet, lawn tennis, bowling, billiards &c
First class Cafe. A HIGH CLASS FAMILY HOTEL AT
MODERATE PRICES. Accommodation, 250 guests. Un
excelled table. High class service. Opens Jun« 20, 1900.
For terms. Illustrated booklet and plans address The
Cornell, 97th St. and Central Park West.
Open June 28 to Sept. 15.
Elevstion 2.250 feet. PURE SPRING WATER.
Special Benson rates to guests arriving before July 4
Apply for Illustrated book, "CatskiU Mountain Scenery "
CHAS. & GEO. H. BEACH. Mgrs..
CATSKILL. N. Y.
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS. '
THE ANTLERS.
HAINES FALLS. P. O. N T
Opens May 28. Elevation. 2.000 feet. Finest- hotel In
this section. Golf. Tjnnls, Muelo and all amusements
; Booklet. L. P. SCHUTT. Manager. '
ALEXANDRIA BAY, N. T. "~
TMOPSAMmi DSILAIKi HOUSE
O. G. STAPLES. ! 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 'nth
Aye. ami 834 St.. New York City, to make engagement*
Bend two 2-cent stamps for booklet.
Inliyj U I_IL Wl£© 11 Ouillllßl® 11 t&inS, islands.
WESTMINSTER PARK. ALEXANDRIA BAY. N. Y.
SELECT FAMILY HOTEL MOST PICTURESQUE
LOCATION. Lighted by gas and electricity. Open tire
places, line orchestra; exceptional boating and fishing,
and splendid golf links. Send for descriptive pamphlet.
H. F. INGLEHART & SON. PROPS.
U InJle MM Mil In! (la in! \rUW) 101 0 new york.
High altitude mountal.i resort, highest point In New Jer
sey. Grand scenery, Rood air. good water, good food, no
malaria, no tiles, no mosquitoes; no signs, "keep off the
grass"; table unsurpassed, milk is called milk, and 1 cream
cream— and plenty of both. Lake, noatlnf.-. Livery. Bill
iards. Outdoor Sports, etc. Leou St. John. Port Jervis, N. V.
inlMiyJlKJ ©lrlnflllßllyi©a !lL v o
PAVILION HOTEL, Open June 20.
Golf, Tennis, Driving. Bowling etc
SULPHUR BATHING ESTABLISHMENTOPEN JTTNEII
Baths, Douches. Inhalations, Nauhelm Baths.
Send for Pamphlet. JOHN H. GARDNER & SON.
(SGS/ME) ©£\&W(IDR9 MdDQDSLE
PLATTE CLOVE, GREENE CO.. n. y.
Heart of Catskilla, Airy rooms, excellent table hoard.
_^^^^ QlflO S. YOUNG, Proprietor.
SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS.
SUFFOLK CO.. L. 1.. N. T.
HAY VIEW AND COTTAGES
NOW OPEN.
PROSPECT HOUSE
OPENS JUNE 26.
An Ideal Summer Resort, combining the beauties of the
mountains with the delights of the .Seashore Golf. Bath-
Ing, Boating. Killing and all other amusements. Send for
Illustrated booklet. O. L. FRISBKE. Manager.
_____ _ -_ „
THK KLMEPt
Select Family Mountain Rewrt.
Within IH hours of N. V.
Holt. Tennis. Homing, etc.
_____^ CORNWALL-OX-HUDSON.
HOTEL MILLBRAE. Paienvllle. flissnn Co. N Y.
Term* on application. FRANK P MILLS, Manager.
Palenvllle. X. V . or 100 Columbia Heights. Brooklyn.
Snmmer Sceoria
NKW-YORK.
THE SOTMSiM OKI.
Stone Ridge, Ulster Co. N. V. — Small, select family Inn;
three hours from New-York; cool; no mosquitoes; casino,
golf, tennis, bowling; fine drives. Send for circular and
diagram of rooms.
I.OXO ISLAND.
CENTER MORICHES,
LONG ISLAND.
EITVATED ON GREAT SOUTH BAY, OVERLOOKING
THE OCEAN. OPENS JUNE 23.
For Booklet and terms address
GEO. E. HALLOCTK.
AMITYVILLE, L. 1. THE INN
80 MILES FROM
NEW YORK CITY. NOW OPEN.
CfIdDTCEILRgDEM [PODD^Tr gBV
Always cool. 150 feet from Great South Bay. Table and
servlc« 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 term*. K. HATHAWAY, at Times
Building, New York (Room 46). Wednesdays.
A STRICTLT REFINED FAMILY HOUSE!.
DOfIDTTEIL dBCLDtFIFTTdDDcg
Right on Water Front. BONAIRE, L. I.
(Post Offloe address Patrhogue, N. T.)
COOLEST RESORT ON GREAT SOUTH BAT.
76 minutes from Long Island City. Music. 200 rooms.
Write for booklet. JENKINS & CLIFFTON. Props.
TTME r? rn*i rs 1 rm r? to r?
U Lolli 1 2, UU US LEi UuU Is, Lftl Ls p
EDOEMERE, L. 1..
OPENS JUNE 23RD.
J. H. BRESLIN.
3. C. MATTHEWS, Mg*r.
SUPPER'S
HOTEL. ROAD HOUSE
AND SEA VIEW HOTELS.
European Plan. American, and Family.
ROBERT. F. SUPPER. Prop.
Cropsey ay. and Bay 221 st., Bath Beach.
Opening of the season. Thursday. June 21.
Military Concert by Fort Hamilton Band.
Commencing June 23, Prof. Th. Hoch's Famous String
, Orchestra
Every aftieimoon and evening.
Bowling. bathing. ..ana fishing. 170 elegantly furnished
Rooms. Table and service first class. Commodious ac
commodations for horse and wheel. Large, piazzas and
park directly on Oraves«nd Bay.
MAI\B.
DOCSDTTtEQ- ®CD)QBOB[EKaTrCID
AXD COTTAGES.
SORRENTO. MAIJTE— FRENCHMEN'S BAT.
NEAR BAR HARBOR. MT. DESERT.
Delightfully located. Combined beauties of mountain
and shore. Op«n June 15. BooUsta Address New
England Summer Resort Asso., 3 Park Place, Xew T"rk.
KIRKWOOD INN.
Scarborough Beach. Maine. P.eopens June 22d. First
class eer\'lce. eleotric llsht. tel«rraph. telephone, two
mile beach, wood* (tolf. tennis, cyciins. late dinner. Early
application necessary.
NEW-HAMPSHIRE.
PIN"E GRO\T: SPRINGS HOTEL
AND COTTAGES.
SpofTord. Jf. 11. (Open from June 10 to Oct. 1.)
THE IDEAL RESORT FOR HEALTH. RE3T and
Pr/EAStTRE. Situated In a pins forest, on tha banks of
beautiful T^ake Spofford, 1.100 feet above the sea.
CBLEBRATED SPRING WATER, ejual. If not su
perior, to Poland. Fresh milk, cream and vege-table.B
from our own farm. T.'nllmlted amusements. Magnificent
drives. Music. Liberal management. Moderate rates.
Send for Illustrated booklet. J. H. ATWOon. Manager.
Addre«s until June 1. 3 Park Plare. -V T.
VERMONT.
IN THE HEART OF GREEN MOUNTAINS,
LME DUNifIORE [nJIdJIE
AND COTTAGES,
A Popular and Charming Bummer Resort. Boating,
bathing, fishing, tennis. bowling. baseball. driving,
orchestra. OPENS JUNE 25. For Booklet, Rates, &c.
CHAS. A. DUNN. Salisbury. V;.
GREAT BACK BAT OF UKK i'HAMPUIX. ST,
ALBAXS, VT . PAMPON'S LAKE VIEW HOUSE
SEND FOR ILI.I'STHATEI) BOOKLET.
W. J. SAMSON. Mgr.
MASSACHrSESTTS.
BERKSHIRE HILLS
THE GRETLOCK.
WILLIAM STOW N. MASS
NOW OPEN.
GOLF. MUSIC OOOD ROADS.
JAS. P. VINING. Lessee.
THE MAPLEWOOD,
PITTSFIELD. BERKSHIRE CO.. MASS.,
Will open June 2d. Send for booklet.
A. W. I'l-rUB. Propr.
RHODE ISLAND.
NEWPORT, R. I.
SATEMAN'S.
Finest ocean view. Adjoins new polo fields and golf
links. Privet* beach. Thirty acres situated 1 on ocean
drive. All attractions of city and country. Table unex
celled. Butter, cream and poultry our own. References.
BLOCK ISLAND. R. I.
NEW HYGEIA HOTEL.
Open June 28 to Sept. 15. All modern conveniences.
Hot Sea Baths. Accommodates ?S0 guests. High class
fumlly resort- Beautiful scenery. Near bathing beach
and steamboat landing. I/mg dUtance telephone In hotel.
Orchestra, two concerts dally. Good fishing and yachting.
Cool sea breezes. Send for circular. R. F. RANDAI^L,
Mar., Hygela Hotel Co.
COJUrECTICI'T.
NEW LONDON. CONN.
AND COTTAGES.
iyjlnl 11 ILalrull^^iuJlLp uHiyJiyi^ltc
Comfortable, well-kept hotels, patronized by NICE
people. '.HeriDsT
"A DEI-liiHTR'L rOMFUNATION OF SEASHORE
AND OOUNTRT LirE."
UathuiK, Yachting, Fishing, Beautiful M:i.-al.ttnlz<>tl
)* >sd» for driving and blcycllnc, ample grounds for Ten
nis and Croquet, well appointed Golf Links.
OUR COTTAOES OFFEU MANY INDUCEMENTS TO
THOSE WISHING TO ENJOY SUMMER LJFE with th*
privacy of their m»n home, without the inconvenience
of housekeeping. Circulars.
BUSHfARD A HAGER.
rpilE WAYSIHK INN.
■*- NEW MILFORD. U'ltlfllU) 00.. COSH.
Open all the year. Old-fashioned comfort -ud moUera
luxury. Eaay of acceaa. TVrtu for booklet
Summer Beeona.
NEW-YORK.
Steamers Shinnecock and Mentau*. dally from Her Ifo. IS B. It.. W. T. Steamer Long- Island from Sxg R_p.
bor. N. V.. to New London. Conn., twice dally, connecting with trains for Boston and the Ease
Post Office and Western Union Telegraph O_c* and Long Dlstanc* Telephone In the Ho:sl. Translaat IMb)
$4 and upwards per day.
Address letters and telegrams to
H. D. W. LAWSON. Manager.
23 Union Square, Room No. 7, N. Y. City.
until June 23rd. after which date the Manager's address will be
MJLXHAASET HOUSE, Suffolk County, -New TevteV
PESSSYLVAMA.
glen iMinr Inl'ii) U ISL,
GLEN SUMMIT. PA.
Will open June 80th. 2,000 feet elevation. On L. V. R. R..
4V4 hours from New York. Through Pullman cars. 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 Finest location on Pocono Mountains.
HOUSE. Booklet. H. C. LEECH.
DELAWARE] WATER GAP. PA.
1J THE KITTATINNY.
Open from May Ist until November.
THE FAVORITE SPRING. SUMMER AND AUTUMN
RESORT.
Largest and most attractively locatM hotel In the Dela
ware Valley; golf links, boating, bathing, fishing. Send
for booklet. W. A. BRODHEAD & SONS.
DELAWARE "WATER GAP. PA
WATER GAP HOUSE.
A beautiful mountain resort In the Blue Ridge; Vk
hours from N. V. : I).. L & W. R. R. ; purest air and
water. L W. BRCDHEAD.
NEW-JERSEY.
OLsiDs® KlaD[psi{i(iß®nD2] K3» oD a 9
will be opened on June £3, 1000. as a first class family
hotel; all the modern Improvements. Including elevator.
electrio lighting, new bathrooms. 4c. ; 800 rooms; golf,
tennis and park grounds; finest fishing, boating and
bathing: 1,000 feet above sea level; one hour from New
York, new fast trains on D., I* & W. R. R. : moderate
terms. For books and particulars address HOTEL CECIL,
118 th st. and St. Nicholas aye., or Hotel Victoria, 27th
tl. end 6th av#.. New York City.
PROSKET BROS.. Managers.
n /tt\ nvi rsk no m? ta nvi fr& run
LLaVly LMICEj Lss uu IMI vy7 LnJ a
WEST END HOTEL AND COTTAGES.
Situated 1 on bluff facing ocean.
COTTAGES NOW OPEN.
HOTEL OPENS THURSDAY. JUNE 21.
New York Office. 115 Broadway (Room 76).
W. EL HILDRETH. Mgr.
AND EIGHT COTTAGES. BERNARDSVILLE. N. J.
Remains open until Oct. 13. S3 miles from New-York.
on D., L.. & IV. R. R., via Barclay or Christopher f»t.
Ferry. Altitude 800 feet. GEORGE W. TUTTLE. Mgr.
TTGOtE HR!I(iDIL[I©D[IDIE,
BEACH HAVEN. N. J.
NOW OPEN.
Hot sea water baths In the house and all the desirable
adjuncts of a modern hotel home hv the sea.
Beach Vlaven Is noted for Its matchless bay for sailing
and fishing, Its superb bathing and the select class of Us
patrons. Send for souvenir. ROBT. B. ENGLE A SON.
ffTirPTTn EW RIMINI BQtTAK BEACH, and on Barnegat
lyiliu li ILl&U OIRIIM Bay. Will open June 23th.
Miss ELIZABETH VAN REKSSELABR. Ortley. N. J.
AVON-BY-THE-SEA. N. J.
Most delightfully situated. Surrounded by beautiful
lawns and shade trees. Terms very reasonable. Booklet
and rates on application.
MACPOWELL BROS.
ASBURY PARK. N. J.
THE LEADING HOTEL IN EVERY RESPECT.
FINE GOLF LINKS.
On the beach. Unobstructed view of the ocean.
Elevator; Casino; Orchestra. Evening Dinner*.
MORGAN A PARSONS.
OVERLOOK,
MOP.RISTOWN. X. J.
Several rooms now vacant; house contains modern con
veniences- all fruits, vegetables, butter and milk raised on
farm. Address Box 424, Morrlstown, N. J.
HOTEL RALEIGH.
Ocean end of St. Charl«« Place. Atlantic City. N. J.
Capacity 800. Elevator. Suites of rooms with bath. ;
Through June and September the rates are more reason- 1
able, although the service Is better and the comforts are
greater. 'Bus will meet all trains.
JOHN B. SCOTT.
THE LORAINE.
Oc^an front of ft. Charles Place. Atlantis City. N. J.
Elevator to street level. Private baths. Steam heat. Sun
parlors. Write for Booklet and Spring rates.
SAM'L, WAGNER & SON.
. I
HOTEL STRATFORD,
ATLANTIC CITY, X. J.
Directly on the Boardwalk at Kenrucky-ave.. European
plan, with the largest and finest cafe attached. Entirely
new throughout. Capacity 300. Every appointment.
Elevator to street. s»pecia4 rates for June. Under en
tirely now management.
FELIX ADDAR, Mar. W. H. STBHI>E * SON.
TTOTEL RICHMOND.—
-*-*- Four doors from Sea. on Kentucky-aye . Atlantlo
City. N. J. A comfortable, well appointed* hotel, with
excellent cuisine. Electrio elevator etc.
M H. MAOERS. Prop. CHAS\ H. PEASE, Mgr.
HOTEL. BBLMONT.
Open all year. Ocean end Virginia Aye.. Atlantic
City. N. J. Built entirely of brick. Absolutely fireproof.
»team heat, elevator, sun parlors; rooms single and en
suite, with bath. Specially low rates for June. Booklet
mailed. E. S. WATSON.
HOTEL KENDERTON.— AtIantic City. N. J. Ocean end
Tennessee- |1.80 and *2 dally; $S. $10. $12.00
weekly. Mrs. J. F. NEALL, of Tlogn.
TTOTEL BERKELEY. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
■*■ *■ Kentu<-kv aye. Main corridor leads to board walk
and ocean front sun parlors. Capacity, four hundred. All
modern conveniences. Dairy orchestral concerts
JAS. & GOO. BEW.
Write for Illustrated booklet. I
■ — — _ 1
HOTEL MAJESTIC.
Atlantic City. N. J. Vlrginla-e/re.. Sd house from
Beach and New Steel pier, Modern In every detail. Write
for booklet an.i special Spring rates.
Od BORNE * PAINTER.
Hotel DE Atlantic city. n. j.
-LL ATI^NTIC CITY. N J
Reduced rates. M. W. TRUTTT.
THE BREXTON.
Ocean end New Jersey aye.. Atlantic City. N. J.
New lictel. Rooms en suite, with bath.
. .MYERS ,v BBCHTEL. I
HOTEL PIERREPONT. " ,
New-Jersey aye. and Beach. Atlantic City. N J.
Full ocean view. Capacity 3Ol>. Elevator. Booklet
JOHN R. PUGII. Chief Clerk. ™*** ' EtROS
JOHN R Vi 08. i-hirf Clark.
Th; PREXTON. Cape May. N. j._ Th<.«vu*hlv reno
■A. vated- new management; sun parlors; shuffle boards- '
fine ocean view. r j. CRK3WELL.
ADJOINING TUXEDO.
At Beautiful GREENWOOD LAKE. Superh Valley ■bsbbs I
and t\>uaiteii. OPEN TO-DAY. B<*tlng. Fishing. j
C. H. TEN EYCKE. Propr. j
THE TREMOXT.
SEA GIRT. N. J. KIRBTU ON THE BEACH.
Special June rates. 110 for best r<..<ina
I. S. HINKS. in
Summer Rearm*.
SEW.TQRK.
JIEW-JER9EY.
HADDOIV HALL,
ATLANTIC CITY'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL.
Open throughout the year.
Modern and Complete. Hot and Cold Sea Water B_ss%
Golf Links, etc. Booklet mailed.
LEEDS * LIPPTN-OOTT.
Nww-York Representatives. Fred. H. Scoflald. Metro
politan Building. Madison Square, and O. A. Maisa, I
Park Place.
ATLANTIC rrTY. N. J.
DOdDTTfEL DBODGDCDILFo
Beach tram Capacity BM Be* water baths. Americas
and European plans. Special June rates S3 (Jay, lIT.JJ
»ltlt CHAS. R. MTERS.
New York OfHce: World Vacation Bureau. 36th St. tat
R'way. » A. M to « p. M.. where bookm« for rooras eaa
b»» made and all information secured.
TTDOI
ATLANTIC CITY 1 3
FAVORITB OCEAN FRONT HOTEL
Doubled In capacity and greatly Improved.
Sun parlors overlooking the ocean and sea water baths
In the house.
Golf Link.-. JAMBS D. 9OCTHWICK. Manager.
HOTEL ILKB^^n
Atlantic CITY. X. J.
Open pavilion directly over Boardwalk, delightfully cool.
Porches on a level with and connected to the Boardwalk.
Sea and fresh private baths. Golf privileges.
JOSIAH WHITE i SON.
TDfIEE o^©fQj](SDo© 9
South Carollna-ar* . Atlantic City. N. J. 100 feet from
Bea-;h: capacity, 40ft; rooms slr.*l# and an suit*, with
bath: elevator. Special rates to July Ist, 112 113 117 SO
wee'tly. Booklet. . -W. p-. SHAW.
TTDfIE ©DO^ILIF(IDS3TnE,
?
ATLANTIC city, N. J. <■>>? TH3 B3ACH.
Extensively altered and greatly enlarged. • -
Hot and cold sea water In all private and hall bath*.
' Lrrrrvs * HAINEB CO.
HOTEL. ST. CHARLES.
On the. Beach.
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.
Finest on the Coast.
Booklet. Hot sea water In all baths. " Coif Data.
JAMES B. MILLT.
TVA.LDORF-ASTORIA.
ATLANTTC till. N. J.
Dlrectlv on the pee— front and connected wtth Board
■Walk. Capacity. 600. Strl::ly fireproof In every sense.
The- acme of comfort and luxurtousn»«s. Kvery appolat
nr.ent: hot and cold sea, and fresh water baths. Elevators
to street. Room* single and en suite. Dining room on top
floor, overlooking ocean. Special Inducements for June.
Booklet. HARRI BOTH MAX
HOTEL XETW ENGLAND,
South Carolina Aye . 100 feet frosi beach.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Entirely rebuilt and enlarged to a capacity of 4001
Newly furnished; every modem equipment. Elevator to
street. Rooms sinsie or en suite, with bath. Special rates
for June. Write for booklet. BRYAN A "WILLIAMS.
BLEAK HOUSE.
Atlantic C!tr. 2* X
"IT WON'T BLTtN."
Absolutely fire—proof.
Directly on ocean front. Strictly European. Luxuriously
appointed. 40 private baths. First class cafa, wtth
orchestra. Capacity 400. Booklet mailed.
GEO. H. CORTSLU
MISCEI^A^EOrS.
WDK(BDKi]D^\ DfIQDTT
ALL SEASONS RESORT.
ON 1 CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY.
Exhilarating summer climate. Invigorating; ouislfte
and health-giving baths. Hotel and cottages of the Wid
est class. Fine drives. Golf links adjoin hotel. niiiias>
compartment car from New York. Excursion tickets at
C. & O. offices. 363 an 1 1354 Broadway and offices P«B2*.
R. R.. New York; also ot&ctu N. V.. N. H AH R. JU
; throughout New England. FRED BTERRY M-iisgr»,
Hot Springs. Va.
t& nD r? r^ r^i pd rsj n r^* td
"WHITE SULPHUR SPRINQ3.
WEST VIRGINIA.
: Open June 15 to Sept. 13. The great central i^oJat «*
i reunion for the best society of th» North. South. East sad
West; $40.00.1 worth of Improvements for this seaaoe.
Modern plumbing Private baths. New nine-hole Qotf
Course, with professional In charge. Write for Illustrated
booklet. HARRINGTON MILLS. M&nafsr.
I •
I
[ Snmmcr ficaorl (&nisr9.
Summer in the Mountains
of Sullivan. Ulster and Delaware Ctountle*. N V.. on tie
main line and branches of the New York OntsrlS «**
Western Railway. If you are seeking a SUMMER HOsU
for your family In a region of
Absolute Health at .Moderate Cost,
: 2 000 feet above the sea. with Pur» Air. Purs Water. F««
Mi.lt. »end . seats for postage to the undersigned, or a**
and itet free at offices below the Superbly Illustrate* Bo*.
••SUMMER HOMES." of 183 pages. ■ It gives m of
Hotels, farm ar.d Boarding Housbs. with their :ooadss>
rates of board, facilities, attrajrtons *o '
IN NETIV YORK: 113. 1« 171. 311. 045 1334 BraaAwST
2S. 4th Aye.. 3 I'artc Place. 737 r>;h Aye ' 243 Cohia*S»
Aye.. IS Ea-st 125 th St.. 273 W«t 125 th St.. I^» Btil
Aye.; ticket office*. Franklin an 1 West 421 St. Ferries-
IN- BROOKLYN: 4, Cotirt St.. SWO Fulton 9*- M
Broadway. >>.>1 Manhattan Aye.. Caajta OOsM
Paaaeniter rates. 2 cents a mile.
J. C. ANDERSON.
General Passenger Agent. M Beaver St.. X. T.
SUMMER HOMES
ON LONG ISLAND.
By the Ocean, Sound and Bay. •
"LONG I9LANTV* an Illustrated descriptive book, asl
"SUMMER HOMES." a book describing hotels and board
ing houses, free upon application at ticket ofßce*. ASM*
House. 120 (t>s2 Eagle Bureau). (1333 World Taeatlea
Bur«au>. (1370 Journal Resort Bureau), and 1433 Bros*
way. 95 3th ay.. 34th at.. E. R.. and" lea* New ChamSeJS
St.. &ST Columbus »v.. and 43 W. BJ(h St.. New Ya«as
533 Fulton St.. Basjls Summer Resort Bureau. 113 BroasV
way. Brooklyn, and at L I. R. It. stations in Brooklja.
or send «c. In stamps for "Long Island" and 40. tot
"•Summer Homes" to 11. M. SMITH. Traffic Manager.
L. I. R. R.. L I City. N. Y.
(Eonntrn board.
ASHLEY HILU COTTAGE,— 2.000 feet above tide. Coot
-^ m. healthful: sprtng water.
Mrs. L. MSLIUS. Alandar. Berkshire Co.. Mass.
BOAHOERS TAKEN for the summer at Henry WarJ
1 ' Heecher's farm In Southbury. Conn vMr »ss
, H. W. BEECH Eft, box 3S. Southbury. Onaa.^
ELEGANT ROOMS, with Board- handsomely appoint**
I^-. j-ottage desirable location: cuisine unencelled. »•
15C« Press Office. Atlantic City N j

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