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§ Ki«?SSTi«rJiBSK i[,>^. a^,rihV;r^a^r-rii.s ©
© f Jl3 141, 163,425. 1354, 1370 Broad war. 3 Park Place; 287 On May 29th and 30th Excurrion tickets at reduced rates ! KD)
(fd l\ NFW YORK J 4-h Ay; 245 Coktmbus Aw, 153 East 125 th St.. 250, 27 j w ill be sold at 425 Broadway, 1354 Broadway and Ferry
<v I.^ l **-" iv/niv | West J2sth St.; J32 sth Ay.; ticket officrs Franklin and est ; oifices, giving an opportunity of rrr-orially selecting asum- ! Vjfly
Cfe'> 42d St. Ferries. _ __ ! mer home, and a'so enjoying a cay's fishing in this delight- (g?)
(R> i*' nnnni'i vv 4 Court St.; 860 Fuiton St ; 98 Broadway : Eagle Ohice ,f o region. Tickets good re turning up ti Monday, June 2d.
| INBR(MnN .nd 2^300 WashngtonSt^t. ? g tXWßgst>x . Ber ,, p^^ Agsl>t . 56 Bcver St.. "nTy!
Spring lueoris.
KEW-JF.RSEV.
-LAKEWOOD'S FAMOUS HOTELS—
LAUREL HOUSE
AKD
LAUREL-IN-THE-PINES
OPEN UNTIL JUNE
under management of
DAVID B. PLUMER.
A. J. KURPHT. Afs't Mfrr Laurel House.
>\ W. SHUTE, Ass t Mcr. Laurel^n-the-I'inea.
LAKEWOOD. N. J.
LAKEWOOD, K. J.
THE LEXINGTON.
epp. I>ut«! House. OrEN all the year. Sunny r<*)rn»
cper. f.r»s. private baths, rteam he»t. electric llitht. Rate.
52.00 per day and up. A. S LARRADEE. PROPR.
~ PINEY-TOP TOWERS.
LAKEWOOD. N. J.
Beautifully mtuated. v lth every convenience.
A. M. HERON". Proprietor.
m
TDdd o®®0 ®® QQ©nno°^
VIA
111 cjEISEY (SiiTIM.
PASSING THR<-.r<-,H LAKEWOOD. -_.
6o!ia ve«tlbuie trains, l'-ufT- Parlor Oara^ leave L-^«>'
Bt. Sta. (N B•S>4o A. M. nfl 4" P. M- dallr. excel-.
Sundaj-r. South retry 5 minutes earlier.
HADDON HALL
at:.axt:- CITT. N. J. j
Everr modern amolni m«>nt and comfort- Hot and coll
•ea water bcths. Golf Hr.kf.
Write for illattrated literature. „,„__.
LEEDS * T-TrPISPOTT.
THE MOST REASONABLY PRICED j
riRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE WORLD. J
W room* In the Hotel, from now CB IM of thrs* rooms at j
R£6o/A?M7 --^-' ffliflßa
rfXets . - -
iaaai plan. Cul«ine the fln»st Postal card brings
booklet. Golf atlilWsW
DQCD*mED= \SSD!iSOD©(iDDB
ATLANTIC CITY.
PJEJI AS USUAL. NOT SERIOUSLY DAMAGED BT
RECENT FIRE.
ATX,A>TI'" <TTT.
HKDTriEIL BB(IDDBTr(ID£a,
OPEN AU. THB YEAR.
One of the best equipped Hotels. Sleam heat, e'.evatora
to all floors; hot and cold baths. Rooms with private bath.
Flna table. Sea \ie'». Ocean end', Vlrßlnla Aye.
MRS. N. B HAINES.
Osrasc end Proprietor.
Atlantic ClTf. N. J.
FJifnnrijni ©it PMiKi 15)11 f?^
inllyJ o I&IL ©Or, yWnlftilLlt,^s
ON THE REACH.
FINEST ON THE COAST. Write for booVlet.
JAME3 P.. KSILLY.
' l®TiSiL ©[Eiß^iril,
Strirtly «n th» Ocean front.
TV->«rr!» en r-jlte with bath attached. Sun Parlor: ele
rator 10 lt-ve of street.
F P- COOK & SON.
Atlantic Clty"a r.«-west an-5 mo»T mapniflcent hotel.
BliaOBILIB(lPDa(SDflB(i1Dfl OGGDQD^dj,
Capacity WO. Entire block on Ocf>an front. Private baths
»ith fv«ry roass or huit<-. with ?^a ani trcsk water
Stationary «ra.«hstands. telrphonen and runrln* Ice water
In gu«»ts' room. Diafns ronm with stainM elas-s dome.
KaT'.^poriie furnltur* and >Ir-roratleaa. ■■ 'klet. J
■O6IAH WIIITK & .SONS.
Also proprietors H •■! Luray, Atlantic City. :
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
DtEQLf DOdDTtEQ- DBQDCD(IDILIF B
Personal New York r*rr°s'-ntatlve for ronmc and rates at
3 PARK PLACE. 12 TO 3 P. M.
HOTEL IMPERIAL 3:30 to 8. Telephone 6.050 Cortlandt. '
HOTEL RICHMOND.
Kentucky Av.\ and the Kearh Atlantic City, N. J.
Capacity 3"il. Bteaso heat, elevator, etc. Writ* lor
aprinc terms and booklet.
J. B. ISKKIXS.
h<»t::i> NEW ENGLAND.
South Kentucky Aye. and the Beach.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
New hlch class hotel. CHj.-i-ity S.V. Private bath?.
•levatnr. run parlor, etc. Excelleal ruls'.ne The finest
Jncalion. Special fprlnsr rates. $I<> an'i upwards weekly,
j; and $2..V> day. Pookiet. I'.RYAN & WILLIAMS.
BERKSHIRE INN.
VIRGINIA AYE.. OCEAN BDCD. ATLANTIC < ITY. N J.
BW j-ards from Boardwalk and fam'"j" Bteel Pi«-r.
SPECIAL RATES— ApriI. May and Juae. i2.<(o and $2..V»
per <3ay — *-'«•. $10.00 and fi2 '*> per w*<-k. Capadtj: '■■•'■
trnob<«truct«><l Ocfan vl»-w. i>..r>;«-. pleaaairt rooans. sincle
and en suite. Elevator, steam h^st. baths, and 7««lf
comfort for ru»»»ts.
THE PUPERiOR nXCELLKNCE OF OUR TABLE WILL
RR MAINTAINED THROUGHOUT THE rBAB
Illustrat*Kj booklet ou rr-quest. Or en all the yar.
.' O. & I. E. DICKIXSI 'N.
6PECIAL SATURDAY UNTIL MONDAY rate— b.».
TO THOSE T'ESirtlNC. AN' UXASBCafUSa HOME
LIKi: IllHSjmi. absolutely ri«>an. B)aai table, quick
■sjrvtee. we call attention to the
HOTEL MAJ ESTI C.
V:r»!nla Aye . third house from Beach,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Capacity 250; large Fun pariir. etecatSJr from street
Jevel; steam heat. baths. >=]«ec;ally low Bprtas; rate. J2
io S-.MJ dally, tH to Jl4 weekly. Booklet mailed.
S. C. OSBORNE.
THE salt breath ••'. the Sea orlngs hoj.l*h.
GALEN HALL.
Sanatorium and hotel,
Atlantic City. N. J.
Elegant new brick bulldinK. with new hydrlaile bath
aslng sea wnter. Only sac la the country. Hesi:.:::
physician.
F. L. YOUNG. Creneral Manager.
THE REVERE.
ATLANTIC CITY. N 2.
Park Place, near beach-
Finest location. ai«rei*i Sprln* rates.
JAMES M. MOORE.
THE SHELBURNE.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. .T.
Directly on the Ocean front— nlirays opon. I»-.'R-e
Sumiis. private bathe. Hes* equiprKtl hot«»l on the c&m
Send for Booklet It. E. R. RAMSEY.
OTEL IROQUOIS.
South Carollna-ave. end B»ach.
Atlantic City. N J.
r»parltv 4<*> : rooms sineV and en suite, with bath
elevator; <un parlors; »p^cltl sorlnc rafs Jlo to $11
«ree.kl3'. tZ.M) and up da> . hooWlet.
W. F. SHAW.
~~ HOTEL TRAYMORE,
ATLANTIC CTTT. N J.
4 Open «11 y*»ar. Hot »nd cold water baths. nooklet.
Golf orlvlleges. TRAVMORK HOTEL COMPANY
HOWAI'.I. WHITE. Jr.. Manager
D. E. WHITE. Prertient.
4 DVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for The Tribune
X\i received at their Uptown Office.
N'> 1.242 BROADWAY.
2d tmm north of 31st-st.. until S» o'clock p. m.
Adreitlsements will be r<-c*-lve<j .11 th-> f,.llo»ln« branch
iffu«-* st regular office rat umlS » o'dnck p. m., viz :
Dth-ivr.. s. •. cor. 23d-rt. : l.Vt <;■ li-n «-.. cor. l^!h
tt.; 112 K.tstt Htli-fit.: a." 7 «••! 4><l-«t.. »>etween
Ilh and, *tr- ayes.; BU3*%V««t 1^.".1 h-i-i . : I.3SS :{d
ave-.. between TGth and 77th sts. ; J.uiiU :(<!-■ ve>.. near
61st-*t.; 1.7«»H lt(4rr. near enth-st.; • 1.-.T l".a«t
l^.'.th-sit.i 7SO lrf»i«nt-«\Ci «t."VO :td-a\<-.. n-ir
«ist-«t.: r..'.4 JJ«I-a»«-.: -lv Bleerkfr>>t.i ;t^.-,
BI«-e-«-krr-»>t. Hruokl)ii, K. \. — tourl-m.:
(Conntrn Board.
KEFiNED nnvate family, at Livlncwton. F.taten Islsnd.
near tennis, golf and or!ck*-i clubs, h«v<- rooms for
m*rrle<J couple or ■•■■■■■ .'.).mm-\' I, ...... Tribune
Bnmmrr Resorts ©m&r.
DOCTORS SAY I
That During the Heated Term in Greater New York You Must ®
Take Wife and the Children and jgj
GO TO THE MOUNTAINS i
Of Sullivan, Ulster and Delaware Counties, ©
N. V., on the Main Line and Branches of the ®
Aw
NEW YORK, ONTARIO & WESTERN RY. g
a region of absolute (g)
HEALTH AT MODERATE COST, ®
2,003 ft. above the sea, with 55jj
Pure Air. Pure Water, Pure Hiik, and Only Three Hours' Ride on the Cars. *-rv
Spring lii-oorici.
SEW-JKHSKY.
.♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ —*»***«**»***<x*-******°*«*"™~-
AlLAHilv will? Jsliii imioui
The Popular All-the-Year Health and Pleasure Resort.
BY THE SEA
Open and Entertaining America's Tourists and Pleasure Seekers Every Day In the Tear. 4>
Bureau of Information and Distribution Open Daily at ♦
1196 BROADWAY and 1300 BROADWAY |
IO a. m. to ! p. m. and 2:30 p. in. to 4 p. ni. ♦
Where Illustrated Booklets and All Information can be Secured. +
ATLANTIC CITY'S LEADING HOTELS t
HOTEL WINDSOR SEASIDI I s l °rv?xs * son ♦
Open all the Tear. G. JASON WATERS. Open all the Y.-ar. CHASJ EVANS & SON. ♦
HOTEL BKK.HTON THE NEW RUDOLF ♦
Open all the Year. F. \V- HEMSLEY & SON. RRoperse _o per s about Fe b. 15th. CHAS. K. MYERS. I
HADDON HALL T|IF riIATFOVTE t
""hoteL >s«s»smsi i iimivrnTT "™ "-;;££ j \l^l^'''^"* XEsC °i|
*-ho^S. sETharTS- 1 —;•;;:■•; ";;:-"—" t
Ke-cpers about Feb. Ist. JA>II> B. UEILLY. I HO 1 1.1. l^ljJtAl T
THE WILTSHIRE I Open «v the Year. JOSIAH AVIIITE « SONS.
Re-opens about Feb. 15th. S. S. PHOEBIS. HOTEL TKAYMORE %
HOTEL RALEIGH Open all the. Year. TKAYMORE ! HOTEL CO. ; ♦
Re-opens about Feb. Ist. JOHN B. SCOTT. xri^W* CTIMVII IIOTFT, |
O^n all ,1. ALL> I, ' vnmrMrr i Open all the Year. FAIKBAIHN * WILLIAMS .♦
Open all the Year. * • *•• lOING. Mgr. *" ♦
3IARLBOROUGH HOUSE THE ISLESWOIMH X
Opens March Ist. JOSIAH WHITB & SONS. Re-cpened Pec. 18th. JOHN C. GOSSLEH. «.
THE SAVOY HOTEL MORTON ♦
R^ P Th.T a ! p l^Ad d re , ISI6 rSJ^af^""- j Open all the Yea, .Mr.. N. U. iIAINES. ♦
HOTEL DENNIS THE DUXLOP %
Open all the Year. WALTER J. BISIIY. Open all tha Tear. HOIIKKT T. IUNLOI'. #
\'\i PFKNSYLiVAITIA RAILROAD, tw o vestibule trains, with Pullman narlor cars and +
coaches. everWekday from New- York to Atlantic City, leaving West 23d St. StaUon at ♦
9>^ A M and 2.55 P M. Cortlandt and Dssbrosses Sts. at 10 A. M. and 3 P.M. ♦
Vii CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY, two thr.-<-hour vf-stlbule trains with ♦
Pullmnii cars and coaches, every weekday from New York, leaving Liberty St. 9.40 A. M. ♦
and 3.40 P. U. South Ferry 9.35 A. M. an d 3.35 P. M. o
Summer nrsorie. Snmmcr gf aorja.
" NEW-HAMPSHIRE. XEW-HAMI'SIIIIIE.
?, >, |i >, (. \ >- |^^.^4«4-|.4-M^^^-H*4- hhh hU^h ■• h hrh r If V h V
I*™! WAUMBEK% COTTAGES |
e|»
% Jefferson, N. H., %
t Tisr the white 3ynoTjnsrT^.iisrs f
t XOill Open in June f
m T
4» FOR THE SUMMER SEASON. T
4» *r
4» Bookings now being made. For full information with plans, booklets, V
4» etc., address, DAVID B. PLUMER, Manager, T
4j ' A. J. MURPHY, Ass't Manager. ]f
J At Laurel House, Lakewood. N. J.. until June ist.
•e>i» Sprins? season at Lakewood's famous hotels. Liaurel House and Laurel-ln-the- *7*
-4; Pines, Is Brom April to Juno. «f*
r Qne family oottagf- within "Waumhek systrm. now open for ensapcmpiit. Also a «_
% modern and beautifully located country place, completely fitted for housekeeping,
« with spacious grounds, stables, etc.
•ii'i't 1 1 it'll ie fftfgffff f'i-t-f'i-i"f f"i-i"i-i- |.#u|.f,u|..|.
„ m:\v-vork,
HEART OF THE ADIRONDACK^.
©TEWEP I ]© DO CD (U) © IE n
LAKE PLACID. NEAV YORK.
Opens May 15th. Greatly enlarged and thoroughly reno
vated and refumlehed. .'.2 bath suites. Sanitary system
the lat*-M and l*»st. Fine 18 hole Golf LlnkK Send for
Illustrated Booklet. Fred. H. Scofield. Metropolitan Build
las. MadUon Bquare. New York Representative.
J. A & G. A. BTEVKXS.
""ffl^TTtE^ dBDOQLI^dDILGD
LAKE MABBAWEPXB. ADIBONDACKB.
r iviT. Park of f. mm acres. Opens June 20. Fine camp
slTes ■„ cottacee to |»t. Rolflac. Tennis, BoaUn«. Fish
ing *:id Hunting. Fin». larsje Casino for entertainments
and dancing. _ .
THROUGH WAGNER PALACE CAB from NEW \ORK
to WOLD.
For lr.forma'.lon and rates addreae
CHARLES E. LELAND.
Hotel rjtirk'.ngham. New York.
I ■ ■ . I 'INSL
OPENS FOR SEASON i:>o2 MAY MTH
An Meal summer home at "ienite c.st; the li":ilthlest
locality In n. • East; positively no malaria: no mosquitoes;
no humidity: always cool; accommodates 200; gas. elertrio
t«-!l«. toilet and bath rooms; orchestra, bicycling, boating,
iv.vlinr. lishlng. p->ol. tennis; BneM OOLF LINKS in
Sullivan County. Write for beautifully Illustrate;! booklet
jriilnc .*Ut photographic views.
C. M BARTLBTT. KlaaMsha, Fulllvan Co.. N. Y.
TIME Dfla[L(BW(E)K3p
MILLBROOK. DUTCHESS CO.. N. £.
UNDER NEW PROPRIETORSHIP.
NEW MANAGEMENT.
with every aaedeni appliance for health, comfort and
Luxury.
CUISINE AND SERVICE UNSURPASSED.
OPEN MAY 21.ST TO NOV. a.
HENRY F. GILLIG & CO.. Proprietors.
New York Headquarters.
FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL.
Tr'rinnr fTnnn E fpfT i r i nr?r^.} nnrnMiPf^r?
TTOQE BOnnipffllEOtj DfldDQfliSEEj,
fin 'a wjh n^cß ?T i?i n^r'n ir '-''T? ; -© pzi vjf
LUi'dJiiTiS^^^i i^iOJ., ;/'', f.
OPEN MAY IST.
a H'.ilthfu! and riiaianlin Family Ptaart. IK) minufs
from New York. B Trains eaafa way ..ally. Positively tut
malaria or mocQUttoa. Finest J-.if L'nks. Tennis Courts
snj Bowling Alleys. For terms and other Information
sUtm THE DCTCHER HOUSE. H C. LOVERIDGE,
Manager. Pawllr.s. N. Y.
■BQ,«LffiOB(D®IR DK3IiS
MILLniIOOK. DCTCMESS COUNTY, N. T.
OPBK ALL 1 HE YK.\l:.
Pm»ll. quiet. nc-n;ellk<r houttc. Fifty ac:rs of land.
Charming drives: good li\ery. FlrM-claes K'.lf links.
Our own gard.r.s Bscejleju table. lUblJent ph>slclan.
LCiXG DIaTANCB PHUXE
MRS, a: I. CARPgXTEB Manager
OTSDGO HALL. COOPERSTOWN. NEW TOHK- A
small hotel. In view of L.ike Otsego; "i high ground;
i well kept, kih.l table and large ccnfortable rooms. Suit
able for families. Tennis and <^.lf grounds. Address
; MRS. K. M. PRICE.
Cooperstown. N. Y.
RHODE ISLAM).
YEWPOBT. R. i— Paran Stev-ns Villa. Bellevue Ay.-
nue. cppcslte the Newport C«»ino. offer* choice ac
<-on-mod«ilonf! for jiermanent >-r transient guesta. Ad
~ ••+ l*orw* -V-w-oxt. a. i.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUXDAY. APRIL 20. 1902.
Snmmcr Resorts ©nibe.
Spring fusoris.
■BW-iEBSET.
Wm&Y WHITE MOUNTAINS, X. 11.
W "iiH II PROFILE HOUSE and 18 Private Cott.iKes.
Clientage, location, appointments, eulslne, Mrst among
leading summf-r resorts. GOLF links and TENNIS
courts unexcelled. Fine livery and saddle horse service.
Addrti* C. H. GREEXLEAF, Pies.
FLUME HOUSE.
Five miles from Profile (same ownership). Beautifully
situated near many points of Interest Open June 10 to
Oct. 10. 8. X ELLIOTT, Manager.
LO\(; ISLAM).
UMB UVS WTEL
GARDEN CITY. LONG : ISLAND,
ONLY 18 MILES FROM NKW YORK,
K3QDW (EXPERT
QUIET— LUXURIOUS.
STEAM HEAT AND OPEN FIRES.
JOSEPH j. I.ANNIN. PROP.
rry-ri /rv nn rin /r\ Pfl (^$ ("F" T? 3
Dil /.AA li J LnJ Z^A It J L^ T
BOUSE & COTTAGES. SHELTER ISLAND. L. 1.. N. Y.
HOTEL will open June 21. 1*» hole .If links, rachUng.
<!r!\lri>'. etc. The New-York ollloe Is ..pen dally. 2 to 3
p. m.. at Hotel Marl? Antoinette. Broadway and With-nt..
where applications v.lll be recelv* Telephone. Columbus
IC'J or 414. Send fui terms and Illustrated pamphlet
ALBERT K. KKEN, Manager.
~~~~~~ LONG beach, I>. I.
AX IDEAL SEASIDE REPORT
less than one hour from N. Y. city.
LdDGS® DBfE^DO DOdDTTIEIL
Open In June.
Till: INN or.ns May l.'.th.
furnished Cottages to rent.
Address A. K. DICK. Long Beach. L. I.
Telephone 21H. Long Beach.
New Y< rk ofllo-. 12 West 23d St
XI3IV JKHSEY.
©®ffiD[E[S¥lTr DKIKj
AND BIGHT COTTAGES. UHKNARDSVILLK, N. I.
Opens May 17. Sri miles fi-oin New-York, on D.. L. &
V. . it. R.. via I'.arclay ur Christopher Bt. Ferry. Altitude.
bo» [ki. GUORGKI W. TUTTLB, M((r.
DOUGLAS MANSION. Mtddletoxvn. Conn.— On the henu
tltul Connecticut River; - hours by R. It.; ,i nlKht
by boat; a Krnn>l home; all conveniences; beautiful shade
and lawn. • - : ■. - -^
ORANGE MOUNTAINS. -First • taae accommodatton for
\J .••umiiier uucsts stablinjr. -VdcJiess Uox 275, Caldwell.
N. J.
COXNKCTIGXT.
-— — —
HEALTH seekers, comfort srekers. rest and recreation
seekers, all find their wlsht* gratified at
THK WAYSIDK INN
NEW MI^KOKD. Litchfleld Co.. Conn.
Open all the year. Illustrated booklet free.
' " ~~ maim:. " ~— — — -
ROVE HOTEL. J5 to $7 week; free steam launch:
VJT Isnre'lake: best fishing In State; free bowling, ten
rl- .UncinK. .>t.- Milk, cream and berries. Cir. aad ref.
iUranasvuok. Me.
Ciin Propcrm .for sole.
BMODEL HIGH-GRADE VWELLINGS, 82d Street, near sth Avenue.
Th<-- advance that ha? been made within re
cer.t years in the art of building privatfi dwell
ings is conspicuously exemplified In the row ot
flve houses which are now being completed In
Blgbty-second-st, between Fifth and Madison
ayes.. two of which were recently sold. These
residences rank among the foremost achieve
ments In the domestic architecture of thia city.
It is ivt p.. much In ir..' design of their facades
that they excel, although these are exce< I
artistic, as in their Interior finish and consum
mate mechanical <i- tail.
From the excavation to the last doorknob
every detail In the construction of these houses
has been .is carefully followed .is in the making
of a chronometer. Then were no secretions left
In the pockets and fissures of the rock upon
which th.- foundations rest, and from thf hour
thai the housei wen Inclosed fires were k.-pi
K'.inc in order to drive oul every particle of
moisture from the cellar bottom, the brick walls,
cement and plastering These fires were never
i . : mitti d i" go out day or night.
ah ti • • • « and mechanical ap-
Pliai • known to an fcitecture have been Intro
duced Into these nouses. Advantage has been
takec of every approved contemporary Inven
tion, and even - ; .- ■'-' '■ '■' "■*■ ■■'■■'<■'■'■ x ' '"• " ;t tti;it
m;rnTrn( , VTC rrTur nrnPl F-CLAS^IFICMIONS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED
(
ai;i:ms \vantko.
a .. - . ... me
SSTVIS «nCn!n*worWng for m. -Tou
&^Sror^ Particulars. 1 do not
want ne P^ny of your money.
AGENTS WASTBI . .' ' X ,'
W«tt TataM*. -
, o 3'"- U.-ii'-'-' '"■■' '
Al (I ION S\l.l>
BSTAI LISHED l->' x ._
RICHARD WALTERS' SONS.
Au'-tU.neers and Appra l ""-'
BALESKOOM. GO) lifH AYE..
betwwn 3-th ai"l 3»th sts-.
sell every Tuesday, n a. in.
Snle.u of household Minlu.ro ,, v
«t i.rivHte resl.l'-nre our specialty.
CMNSM.iNM ENTS SOLICITED.
CHARLES F. WALTERS. Auctioneer.
ATTENTION. I.ADIi:S. II" YOU
CO^n^PLATE buying dreis orillnlns
„tlks.. ,tlks. Vl."r7.r.'i...silKH IQ W--t •.-■M
« g ents Vlcttir Dresn Sllkn. 10 W"' —'»-»*•
\ NEW METHOD <»X TKBATI^C,
A^,Vn? l^u\;:fv th^ l r N^-n^^
Kv'xL TIIHATMi:NT. surgery, kidney,
bladder trouble., blood P^°?£sorl*SSE
rieli<lltv chronic weaknefses. tumors, xarl-
SSai^'MK* AND WOMEN innamma
ton. removed: mind "f~^ ~
atth it. _ _^^ _ .^ __
AVlltdl.lM.V AM> I'MMIMIIV.
MME THALIPAU. Sclentlflc 11 .r I ]•'
' 60 W.m 33d st.; 1 to ft. 1:30 to 1". !• -
sons given.
CGATRICB JOHNSON, Psychic Clalrroy
ant KlftM business a.lvlser; ..(• centa."»l;
success through psychic power. .<^. i.th
axe., near 43.1- st.
FREE TO ALL. Send thlrtj words wrli
t.>n In Ink and ten rent.- (silver) I ver
„.,,„-,. ..f mailing, and receive In return
chara. tet n adlna t< Illng your prop< r vo< a
tion by Mis prai kUn Hall, M & '• . '"•
. xj,. rt graphologist; also I klet, •Hoji to
win Bucccsi " and Illustrated typewritten
lrs^on il<n... words) in palmistry. Address
ChiroloKlcal Collegi (Branch No. 1), ->'.'>
\V< -t MUI St.. Sen Yoik <-ity.
PROF BT: LEON, Sclentlflc Astrologer; 3f>
years' practl •■ '">> w.st 17th st.. near
f.tii aye. "Consultation $1.
AM'ltM B JEW Kl.ltV.
TUP FL.EUK I>K I.VS. 2S W.st 33d-st..
opposite Waldorf-Astoria.— l.'nl.jue l>e
flkiis Antiques. Dargalns In diamond Jew
elry. _^ ___— _
A.MS. ICTC. KVTRiniIVATr.I).
DEADINB FATAL BlVt LIQUID, best,
cheapest, cleanest; never falls; keeps
eway moamttOM; cuies mosqult.. bites; DM
poi»onou« at all aealem. Omce. tIU Cth
ave.. New -York.
ABSORPTION HOME ( I Mlv
AVOID THH KNMi: — We cure tumors;
ovarian diseauM, Hexlotu backache, piles.
nervousnesF; atpp harfh treatment: when
all others ! ill wiitf ur; n«- sample; eon-
Miitatlon. ARCHIBALD AVERS, 1.135
Broadway.
ATTOmiCETS.
LAVvYEU r-.»!lctt» legitimate business: no
fee unless successful; consultation free.
RUFUS C. MALTBY. 277 Broadway.
A <;ooi> « iiaxi: T«» s.v\ i:
JSONBY.— Phne Repairing; sole and
h<-el. »1 00; heel>. 21 cents.
DANIPUI v* Fultrn-n.. N. V.: room 41T.
AVriqtiE ART Fl'KMTlili:.
ARTISTIC wood carver; I .-an i.rcxluoe on
»rod any artistic desljrn desired. Ant.quo
furr.liure reproduced. DEU.A MONICA,
2i3 ICajit 2mli-s«. Teleahono 131 M Mad. D«.
Citn JJroncrtn for Sale.
• art or mechanics nave dpvised are within the
four walls of these mansions.
Each house Is equipped with an electric auto
matic elevator, safeguarded with every known
appliance, so that a child may operate it with
perfect security.
Another Interesting novelty with which these
h >uses are provided is an automatic heat regu
lating device, by means of which the temper
ature ot" any room can bs maintained at any
di sired degree. The water supply of the houses
is regulated by automatic electric pumps, which
keep larse reservoirs constantly ntted with
iter, while an adequate hot water supply for
the imerous bathrooms and basins is provided
by a large boiler Independent of the usual
kitchen boiler. The plumbing work Is all ex
p. <..i and embraces the most advanced »nni
tary devices, while the bathroom appointments
are of an elaborate and luxurious character.
The nges are of the highest type of per* •
tion with every latest convenience. Other in
terestinc features are automatic Intercommunl
cating te -phones in various parts of the house,
?ns"eadiof t the old timo speaktag wbes; electric
burglar a'arms. protetting all exposed openings
and controlled by automatic clocks and annuncl
ators; ratent hot air clothes dryers in the
faundries obviating th- necessity of outdoor
, rvlng f,r.M.ro,.f asbestos between the floors and
AST llUMl'ii B .
NEWMAN 6 old reliable SHOP.
14". East 4'.M-st. Paradise for eoltoeton
genuine old Colonial Furniture. Our sp*r
Clalty. rare Mis of ch!na. pewter ond .■>[>
ocr; also eh.tee pieces of Belter parloi fur
niture.
JIOIERN AND VNTIQI E re .a red »»
polished, at your own residence in -r out
nf iwn; ur.e^uaKel French pol>h; parqujt
floors scrap-d an.l >..li.he.l: (Irst-class worfc
n.ntshtp I ti inteed Ai.ltess A. S«sl
FRIEJD. ">.'>2 V.'Mt 183 d
AS HOOI'F.H* KVIXI. rOOB
GUARAXTEE3 complete rlodance .roTi
arbes all dniggists sell It. O. H. JA j-
WIN r.l . -rtlandt ___— ™
A M ItSKV ItKCiISTKY.
GRADUATE NURSES, m.ile and female.
thcroußhly «xperlenced In all ''-'•'• J-
Mrs. COOPER. 4t3tJ Lexlngton-ave. Tel.
1456 3Sth. .
r,i:\i>T - \TF! ejgteiieacea an.) m.i!'' mjreea
f. r permanent at..' pnvata positions.
HOME BI'HBAU Ij W 4:1 st Telephone
ai.i- KI.MKS OF FOLDING nr.ns
REPAIRED cleaned; warranted feoa; pronf;
special spring* furnished; furniture re
patad and upholstered. T. L_ ODLLL. 141
West ll»th-ft. _^_^_^^_^__^__—
\Mlltl I- It KM II "1-
ji KLINGER, IS Park-aye. tfuiastrl] wttb
r.,uin. Bowles) Upholsterer and i
t'sker ai.i dealer In Antique Furniture.
ANTIQUE and modem furnitur..- repaired
and restored: estimates and designs
cheerfully furnish.-d. CHARLES UHITK
IIUAD. 17">-177 ColumtiU!<-ave. Telephone
T'.'.A Columbus.
Mr GOODS \m» iiun- \-nn \< .
UARBLE FIUURES. Antlqoes, rleaned and
repaired CHARLES KOEHU IT yean
with Stern Broi 233 w.-st l l.th st.
AI.l- FATIAI. A MUH AII.Mi:\T^.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. Warts. Motes rt
moved (guaranteed) with electricity:
painless Mm ■■. VVBBBEK. Ml Bedtonl
■ • Bi nklyn. m • fean-1
a boos to scmuas.
VITM'HV (nature forces), soothe, vitalize,
cur* wit 1 .. ..ut .iruKs. nerroas, mental dts
paralysis, also rheumatism; potoon
• is ELECTRIC FOOT PLATE TRKAT-
Ml"\T hot mr i ,ith. rttal masetlam: t\>S
St-LTATION FREE. Dr. ELIZA COLE.
11!. Easj :.4tli <■' 'ivi.-|.'u.i;.- !'•''-« 'S':
AX BXCBEXBST SYSTEM.
LADIES' cloaks, suits, skirts and waists to
measure- prtca* ot ready mada on credit.
|.i:i.mi:n. 41 Kaft IJroadway.
AS9OCIATBD LAW M'K« I AI.INTS.
rl A^n WSS SPSCMIU&TB
(INCORPORATED), 289 BBOADWAT.
Composed ot able lawyen with special
t.-.iiinr.r In particular branch**
Bustaesn divided Into separat) departroenU.
ALL KIM'S OF CASES • i Kl'T.'.l'.
City, couatn or f->r-isn.
AKTIttVKS. (iltlits A. MI.VKSI.
AT EBLE'S ART GALI.KRY, M»Wyl 42U
>t.. near C.tl aye.- Antiques, curios, old
Jewels, silverware, rare fans, pa.ntlngs.
■nlotator** and weapons. Old sold bought.
1 ; ■ '
QRAGIi AXTIQI'KS CO., IM W.st 42d-st..
l»u>s and st'll* old mahogany, silver. Jew
elry. Colonial china.
A>TIUI ■ ILO(KS.
(HA.-v KORFHAOE. I<hi EAST Ml! ST.
MANUFACTURER OF HANDSOME
CHIME CLOCKS; IaUVKST MFO IRIiE.
Avrwn r;s. lore
KOIt HEAL, Antique Furniture, real «>l<l
clawfoot nofns. etc.. See DI SALVO
ur.ns . 213 and 225 East 42d-st-
YE OL.D CURIOSITY SHOP.— Curios, an
tlquea. oM *ol<l. «i:i-r and buukk wuj.*i:
and sold. 7ti- Lexlngton-ar*.
steel laths covering all the walls and partitions.
thus rendering the houses virtually fireproof.
In the interior finish— the woodwork, flooring
and decorative features— no expense has been,
spared. The woods in the principal rooms were
imported, and selected with a view to carrying
out a definite color scheme, so that the various
apartments blend and harmonize according to
accepted princii-I-s of art. The parlors are exe
ruted in white enamel in the style of Louis XV.
the side walls being panelled and the ceilings'
beautifully ornamented after special designs.
The dining rooms are carried out in meduevat
baronial style, with heavy beamed ceilings, a
high wainscot and richly but delicately carved
panels and friezes.
Th- entrance hall of each house has distinc
tive features, but every one is distinguished for
its practical arrangement and artistic appear-
Each house is so complete in every detail and
so thoroughly seasoned tha: it can be imme
dlately occupied without the slightest dangn t.->
health, so frequent in hastily or carelessly con
strncted residences.
Another important advantage possessed by
these hous-s is the fact that they are so situated
and inned that every room in them is flooded
« Ith sunllithl „
Sfessrs McCafferty & Buckley, of Xo. S^t
PaVk Aye.. are the architects and builders. For
the last thirty years this firm has confined rW
undivided attention to the designing and build
ing of strictly high class residence dwellings.
In no cass has time or expense stood in the way
of lbs success of any house they have built.
A>TlCiti: CLOCK MTaUWfc..
THE OLD CLOCK SHOF.-Ant!<jue Ban^
dorks, ft:., r.r sale and repaired; wa - •;•
maker, complicated work our «>«*■"£
f.st class ■rk giiaianreed ALBERT
KARO. I3f> Enst 2>th-st.
EXPFTRT Repairing: Specialist on JnlM*.
Grandfather. Hall. «"hlme and Freach
Clocks. SCHWEIZER. S3 Najaau-st-
ii:vr I'AINTINC.S & VIOLINS.
ExTiTkTtIOX palntlns*. SlaratH. T!ntoret
to Terbur*. Murillo. »lolln» Stradlvar v..
A matt HKXRY WEV3TEVBEKG. Im
rorter. Vjn East sßth-st.
ALL n)()T DISKASKS.
POSITIVELY successfully ani painlessly
tr<-itr.l lnirrnwn nails a sr.-.-taltjr mant
curlnV br LESCHL 97* 3d-ave.. l>e:*eea
BStb and si>th st«
AIiCADK TIKKIMI BATHS.
WIN!.-*.!: aRCAPB UATHS-— Turkish.
Ru.-slan. Roman. Sulphur. Klectric. N*u
heim- superior app^tntmtnts; sallied al
tendanta; popular prices; exolustvely for
Udtcs; every requisite for a dalr.ty. luxuri
i us, refreshing iir.d satisfactory bath. T
Hist 4»!th-st.
■acn ; i.fs.
BICTCLE9 SI !■••:■ wee*. I.e.i!ir<e: makes'
H. ItAI'SCH. 2.271 .I.'. aye r-.u- 13d st.
nr.i it FOR r.\nai ISE.
AMERICA'S
FCCGR
PRODUCT.
Fred Hollander *
Co.. Sole Agents.
115-110 Elm st. N.Y.
nooKs.
SUIIUUBfiITE^ BMWUK SALE.
LOVERIXO'S BOOK STORE.
K23 HHOAI'WAT. NEAR 12TH- ST.
Everybody In New-Yortc an 1 for flftr
rrtles around kn.wj Loverlnit- His store l«
the headquarters for book lovers and book
buyers. SpecUl jwlces for tx.oks that can
not be cbtalned elsewhere. Alt kinds of
books to suit all tastes and all pocket
tn.VKV Historical books. biographical. T+
lljtl-.'us. sclentlf.c. books of travel, books
of nVtton. books tor children, poetry, etc..
etc. AnythlnK you want, and positively at
is., lowest possible prices In the United
Stntes. mi yclopopillas in sale IM a sonK—
Appletcn's. Chambers's. Brttannlca ana
l'eti'l-'s. Itooks and llbrarten purchased.
LOVERING, 823 BROADWAY. N. Y.
IIAIIV CAIIKIVtiKS .t (.O-C.IBTS,
CKANOALL CARRIAC.E CO.. tW>5 3-1-ave..
manufacturers of baby carrlaßes and pit
crt ax> rarta of th? ne«e«t an.l best styles;
■hown ••• i-ur ■ainiiww— . open evemrits.
11AIJUK.N. MKDALS. JKWKI.RY.
C. B WIUCIXSOJC. 42 John-st.; N Y.
Cltjr.— Badse*. medals. Jewelry. Corre
sr"ondence ■llclted.
iimiin \\d nno.m.
A!— A !— A !— ATTENTION"!
' llljth class apartments and rooms, with
and without board: doctors' ottl. •■••». .ill lo
cations; reference! exchanned: Information
fre*. S.*C LEUXXO a <" .
•j u'est 33£-st.
GENTLEMAN* may h.-»re pleasant room and
(tool Niard with cultivated American pri
vate family. $S; highest references Riven
and retiulrel. WILLIS. 311 \\>-t Blst-st.
72D-ST.. WVBI — neautifui rooms, with
bonrd; superi r t»l I', references given and
r.-^uliv ].
M TO IB EAST .'.9TH-ST.- r"ull hotel ac
caaßßKHlattons; llcht rooms with break
fast md tiiMe d'hote dinner. Including
wine, r.r Ml! per week: music. Full value.
ST. ALBANS. 7 fc/»ST SIST-ST.
Rooms, slnKle. en suite: doctor's Ottlce:
private baths: .Ilnlr.r ctim parlor floor;
rlfi-i''- lijrn: table board.
AIiVHIITIstMKNTS an-1 lutscnptlona ror
'ihe Tribune received at their Uptown Of
fVe No. I;:*- HriwJ»*y. -•■ <loor n..iih »f
3l*t-»t.. until 0 clock p. m. advertl««
menta received al the fnlluwtuc brunch of
fices at regular office rate* until 8 o'clock
p. m.. vis.: 234 Bth-av«.. a. c. cor. 23>1-st. ,
153 ath-ave.. cor. 12tt-at.: 142 Oolurabus
avt.. near Wut 06U»-«t.: lt» Wl« *2d-»t-.
(fitt Propertt) fox Sale.
BILLIARU ANP FOOL TABLES.
MAXUFACTTRERS of bllllani and poel
tables- high grade bowllnn alley builders;
lowest prtces. MARX BROS.. 24 Union »■!■
PLEA3AXT rowr.. rurnin? water, excellent
„v ■. with cultivated American prlvata
fam!!}- jfi seen to-dar: references ex
' hang I MURRAT. 3*l Wesr sl.it-?t.
rROF EDWARD M - LAUC;HLIX"3 Private
Billiard 3ch.->ol. ■'-* Madieon-ave.. 3. W.
Cor *Oth-st.— Private Individual instruct!,;.!
by Fr f SfcLansnllß. billiard expert. kt
h:r>i:lon g^:.:es and fancy sbot3 every «yen-
BB« (
L. DECKER XC. East 9'h-s:.. Est. 1550,—
New table*, recognized standard; secon-
hantN; a..: cheap. Supplies. P.eoalra.
3ZD-ST., 11 WEST. THK LESOS -Eie
gaa ' I suite: i tran-
BI'SISE.«9 CHAMCES.
THK PROFITS OF TT.aTIOB
with
THE SECURITY OF INVESTMENT.
T« .I.il'.irs for on<" offpre.i in s"r» divi-
Iswd paying stnrk. Money wanted to to
mi" smsbi •■'. specialty long on ta«
mari't for which the> demand »ed» tn»
supply. 3afe. conservative ir-is^mem.
H!«h class men. Substantial business. ln
vestigation welcomed. WILHOL. Box 5.
Trll un< Office
A GOOD HOTEL MAX with n «lerate cap
ital will find toe locatl n for botsial
Mountain View. Santa Clara ur.ty. Cai.
A-Mrens MOUNTAIN TISW IOAKD OF
TRADE for particulars.
HOW TO SECURE ■ w>ea position or in
vestment with a New Int'rurlxui Electric
Ralrway. Address., with stamp. Box *».
Lima. Ohio.
J3o<> BUYS the old -• ihlished real est»t»
business at 3 Retd-ave._ Mr- «ryn, X. Y. i
fro.vi collection list; man or woman; expe-
CARPET fl.E\M>'-
J. & J a W. mUIMNj ,
umbo*
CARPETT CLEAXIXO. Established I?' -
$?. WfiLEJAiiS SOSI,
m W. 77TC-1 ST. S»
CARPHT CIJCANSrNC. Established I*^-
THE Twentieth Century Carpet (• ■ 45-
East 13>tr-st.. thoroughly ■>■■"»»'• h^
pets and Rues by Improved me tnoas.
charr^ fr »m 3c. yard up: »»^ n ?." ro 1 s9 cr
and deliver free. Telephone 5?. Melross or
send »Ml. -
.'KIHNTAI. KI-.'.SI and Carpet* c lean**,
mended, renovated and rewore. . »^,, !I *^
work. »-r>r»uir,fr» Chemical ar.d *W
Co.. HI ar.d 604 West 32d-st.; let »•■
CAREFUL CARrET CLEAXINC. CO-
Cleans by compressed air. steam. hand <
on flo. r I.MS Broadway. 421 East *3ti-st.
(•(>■■•: 3k BRANDT. Tel. 132 3Sth.
I \MM "l-l < I\II"1
DR. EDWARD X. LBAVY. Canine 2rtS
Ist. tK» West 44th-st.. between sth ana <»■•*
axes." Telfp'.ione r>.5J4 — 3J*th.
CREDIT ■■ i.mhk*" t9
UADlfS^Tailor Made Suits. Skirts and
Waist* on ea*y payments. t«Stb-
WE^T END ■-' IT CO.. 1-3 West l^" 1 "
st Open evenlr.f»».
< rUKOI'ODiST.
DR. BROONES. 21 Park Row. Room 'hun-
Successfully treated. Inttrown nails, v
ton* and all IMM of th» feet. -,
IHK.IIII' IXOTHH«.
GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING MADE TO
order. II weekly W"ient»; dw W« rßl '
nt guaranteed. Room T. 237 Broadway.
C©*»TiP.%TIO?I CVHKO.
IXDIISESTION*. Dl!lou»nes». « tc ",-,._ P^S^
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