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SUMMER RESORTS, SUMMEiTWSORT GUIDES AND COUNTRY^BOARD.
Summer Resorts. IEW-VOHK. RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N. Y. THE AMERICAN HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT. ON LAKE CANADARAGO. 1.500 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL. COMBINING THE CHARMS OF LAKE. MOUNTAIN AND SPA. White Sulphur Springs Bathing Establish CONTAINS ILI THE IMPROVED EUROPEAN METHODS OF TREATMENT for Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Insomnia, derangement of the liver, and all non-contagious diseases. Pure water from moun tain springs. No mosquitoes. Nights are cool. Golf, Fishing, Boating, Band Concerts, Delightful Drives. The Sprinps are reached by fast express trains over the Lackawanna Railroad. Through sleeping cars daily from New \ork after June 14. Pullman Parlor Cars— Dining Car Service. RICHFIEL i SPRINGS' LEADING HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES ARE: HOTEL T ARLINGTON )T) T - M EAR £■£?* KENDAILWOOD. George W. Tunnicliff. DARHOW HOUSE. George W. Greene., HOTX. EASLLNGTON g**%^ F^RK^LEY-WAIONTHA. E. H. Patrick, DE LONG COTTAGE, W. E. De Long. ST. JAMES HOTEL = 7th st - n ' ar Bwaj - j, cr . - nrm^ ly « waidorf-Arton.. x. v. addre^ ELK HOTEL, S. S. Keller. THE TITLLER. H. H. Tuller. CARY COTTAGES. J. D. Cary. • GLADSTONE APARTMENTS, Geo. W. Hyde. COTTAGES TO RESTi TAnnr-A-WHH,B. J. D. lbbotson. FERN HOME. G«o. D. Caney. BOOKLETS AND AM. INFORMATION AT LACKAWXWA RESORT BUREAU. BROAD WAY. X. Y. - — — — «*•©♦«©««#*«••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• • iZlllcillJll kJIJHII.I9I3 1 * NETW YORK Awarded a Diploma and Silver Medal a* (he Paris Exposition in lt>OO. Open Throughout the Year* ELEVATION 1.200 FEET. . V I The Baden Baden of America. I A ChroS? Hoart Disease. XisaJ Catarrh and Bronchial Disease. Air pure and tonic. No ma^ultoes. Q 2 Perfect" water and sewer Eystems. Magnificent scenery. Amusements of all kinds. P£ces to meet exery ft • r^-.. of expenditure. The Springs are reached via Delaware and Hudson Co.. from Union Station. Albany. _ ® READING HEALTH RES OKT AND "WATER RE. • 2 £ We invite omapondenn. Full particular, at the Bureau of Information. 1.364 Broadtrsjr. X«w q • Tor* City- TelTihone 6027 — S'.th 3t. 0 3 HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. s • • PAVILION HOTEL, UNION HOTEL. THE SHARON HOUSE. • • THE MANSION HOUSE. THE AMERICAN. THE MANHATTAN. J» • T.i KIPREIK.F. .._- FETHER'S HOTEL. NEW YORK HOUSE. © • iußO\ SPRINGS HOWLAND HOUSE. |TOl SLEY HOUSE. © a . SANATORIUM.^ CURRY HOUSE. LANE COTTAGE. • a SWIFT** COTTAGE. LOW COTTAGE. WAYSIDE COTTAGE. i* © H ARI'FM COTTAGE. DEMPSTER COTTAGE. BRADLEY COTTAGE. 9 &7vncu>7uoe. tfic cjicciiruf cf tfie JtJarrteA Sata*dayjmmt&* Ferncliff Hotel GREENWOOD LAKE, N. Y. OXLT ONE HOTH FROM NEVT-YOKK CITY BY ERIE K. R. CLIMATE AND SCENERY EQT'AL TO THE ADIRONT'ACKS BEST FISHING IN THE STATE. BASS SEASON OPENS THE ISTH BOATING. BATH INO. 2JUSIC, tennis AND ALL ATTRACTIONS that MAKE SUMMER LJFE DESIRABLE THE FIRST CLASS FAMILY HOTEL OF THE LAKE. niu«tr«ted booklet. Addre«f= T. L. BROWN: also Hotel !»etfcer«-ood. Netherwood. N. .1.. and Hotel I»orlncourt. Sobooley'a Mountain, N. J. New- York Office. 31 Woos tsr St. THE INN AT HIGH POINT Port Jervis, NL Y. A summer resort with all th» conveniences of city Ufa Grandly located upon the highest point in the State of New J«rsey. 1.9G0 feet elevati.-n. Always cool. A beastlful spring water lake ur"n the mountain top. All the advantage* of the Adlronda< within three hours of New York. Pure mountain air. rood water, no ma i«i-> no files, no moequltoes. A wide veranda encircling ■" » * >s of the bouse affords a fine opi»ertunHy for promenades. th<> veranda being •'•■•' fest In length- Good livery, tennis and croquet grounds. t.illiardr. boat taC. fisblng, etc An orchestra durir.g reason. LEON BT. JOHN. Msrr. PORT JERVIS. N. T. Manhanset House AXD OOTTAGES. SHELTER ISLAND. L 1.. N. V. HOTEL will open June tXnh. 1" sate golf links, yachting. irti-liiK. etc. Tbe New-York ..ffic» is c.p^n dail\. - to ft r m.. at 23 TT...r. B*JU ■• iioom S. wnert applications will t* r*celv»xl. Telephone. 1.277— 1Mh. Sen* foT term* and Illustrated pamphlet. ROBETtT MURRAY. Manager; also Manner of I-once de l>t>n. St. Augustine. Ha, A RARE COMBINATION. FOEEST. FIELD, BAT AND OCEAN. HOTEL BROOKLYN, CENTER MORICHES. LONG ISLAND HIGH CLASS FAMILY HOTEL, thoroughly JW*^ Situated on Great South Bay. overlooking the Atlantic Ocean Receives 3."- guests Yachtin B . fishing, eail'tir surf and still water t^fr.'.nK. tennis: » hole polf lUbsoa premises; superb drives: superior music: rure •■ate-. <lrv and sahjbriout atmosphere; I=U miifs rom N T " Tar'"- cars direct with ret chance. Open In June. "■■■"■■—* '' ' .- Proprietor. LONG BEACH, L. I. LESS THAN ONE HOCB IF.OM SBW-TOBK CITY. LONG BEACH HOTEL. OPEN? JLNE 27TH. A. E. DICtC, Proprietor. Also proprietor of HOTEL GRENOBLE, .V.th Ft. and 7th Aye.. N. T. City, where -dvance PT.gascments may b« made. « POINTO" WOODS le^fSS22T^: Wot booklet and katsnsstta aidre^ H U # B«:-v, Mi Camhridr- VU**. BrooWytu K. r.. or GEORUi. D. GERARD Treas.. Patchorue. N. Y. PROSPECT HOUSE. ■BELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS, N. T.. Opers June 2J> HiKh class Famllv r.^ort. GoK. tew*. "" wr"'-F <!nv!ng. Sp^cia". ntea fr Reason. D.P. HATHAWAY. Prop. The Hanover. 2 Ea.«t l.Mh str»«-t. N. Y. Ofßce. BABYLON L. 1.. ON CHEAT SOCTH BAY. WATSON HOUSE AND POTTAGES NOW OPEN. REMAIN OPEN TO DEC 1. I^3 V> MINUTES FROM NEW YORK Express nation. All trains stop h»T». Write for terms or apply on prtrolsea. relei>hone. Babylon HENRY L FAYLEP THE CLIFFTON. BONAIRE. PATCKOGUE. L. L The Porular Summer Retort on the Great South Bay. S»»-pt Durlr^r the Summer by SOUTHERLY OCEAN BREEZES Now g. — . Promenade Boj-rd Walks; increased orchestra for daily concerts sr.' .. .: !• c Pun • arlor for early quests. Write for Illustrated bookiei. W. M. JENKINS. Prop. DUTCHES HOUSE A>t> COTTAGES. PAWLI.VO. >'. V. »0 MIX! '. FP.OM NEW YORK. located e-mori* the h:lls In I>utrh«-?s County: e>vation rOOJt-; WELL KKPT UOL.V I.INK^: tennis: bwwlinK. blUlarde. music, and aH the romfnrts for health suiJ recreattoc with pure si'iinc water from the mountains. For tern» and booklet adJress It. C LOVERJDGE. Man •cer Pawling M Y. or 2364 Sroadway, New York. PEOSPECT HOUSE. Bay Shore. «»B»J«s cper. June 11. Hotel June 2S. Entirely renovated; under !:-■» niacaKetnrnt. Advanced booking now Mag made. CHAS. O'CONNOR. Hotel Im »erla:. MOUNTAIN VIEW ■ HOUSE, STAMFORD, in the Catskills. Larce. airy rooms: mag clicent vitwi; elecyic lights: «-]evailon. -.■■:■• jrolf. Special rate* June and Sfptemtier. Booklet. BENJ. M'KlOil' & SON. Staonforfl. N. Y. ft f II It MONTICELLO. H. T. !hp nil KLpc lip opEX MAT iTo rEc L I IIC II dllß LDOIIC Social Hare. Until July. For Terms and b-^k.. ■-:■: FRANK L. ERNHOUT. Prop. THOMPSON'S | LAKE HOTEL; I MAEOPAC, N. Y. New optn. A -• «ot family hotel. GOLF AND ALL. "UTDOOR SPORTS. Superior accommodation*. Excel l-nt cuUirje. Hour and 25 minutes from N. T. City via N. T. & Harlem R. }. and N. T. & Putnam R. R. Tele pnot». Illustrated booklet- ~'\ EMERSON CLARK. Proprietor! STORM KING INN. renniU-ca-Huifon. IVlii;htful summer re»cri: one thon .and ■••t: fine drives; c-lf Booklet. Address 15 Gram «-rci' Itrk ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, LAKE MOHEGAN. N. Y. Now open. A beautiful summer retort. TAPPAN ZEE HOUSE WVACK-ON-Hl if ri» 11. Hi pjaastttul location or. banks r « Hudson One hour from 1C T Idea; «pot for buslnrs* men utd their families Bee,; for ■■ booklet to L. M WILSON. Prop. ~~~~~ jioxnoE. v. v. The Oakland House, Urs. John Gim!»»> IS ie 20 truest* ; 96 per week; cfcll<lx«n. 14: sen-anta, jr...'&: five. llllliilfw* walk from elation; good livery; fishing and ewarUua- WHITE LAKE. «I.MVA% CO.. V T. THE EDGESIEEE. V. I*. DI'DABRY, Prop. f|TEE OAK . on Ham«f«(! Bay. — acres; quiet; ide»l X for chUdrca; evenrthJnr ™ A 3^. -.„_„, - , Su mm er Resorts. NEW-YOIiK. SHARON SPRINGS, N. Y. WHITB BCl*_tn» SPRINGS AMD BATHS PAVILION HOTEL AND COTTAGES. (AWARDED \ DIPLOMA AND MEDAL AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION IN 1800. Baths open June 15 Pavilion open June 20. . r "-let. JOHN H GARDNER ft SON. RED SWAN INN WARWICK, ORANGE COUNTY, N. Y. Season 1!>03 >o\t Open. A New Resort Hotel, quaint, artistic original, for select patronage, accommedat ir over 100 quests. Beau tifully . cated In the edpe 01 a charminß- village. Less than two hours from New York. Rooms, singly or en suite, with private bath? and strictly first class furnlsh i^e*. including the famous Ostermoor Mattresses. Steam heat, electric light, passenger elevator. Every amuse ment, n •■■■ ::nr an excellent GOLF course right at the house. Superior stable facilities. The most charming trivfs anywhere to be found. Write for our beautifully illustrated booklet. Please mention this paper. C M. BARTI.ETT. Proprietor. New Fort William Henry Hotel, I LAKE GEOKGE, N. T. Owned by Hudson Valley Rail | way Company. At the Gateway of the Adlrondacks. Most beautifully located summer hotel in New York I State. Furnished new throughout. Surpassing Its old i time popularity. Dorinc'a celebrated" string and brasa I band. Open from -Tune to October. Hourly trolley ser vice to Karatoca. \V. W. BROWN. Mgr. Fifteen year* at Sagamore Hotel. I^ake George. Larpest hotel in the Adirondacks. Accommodates feOO. An Ideal spot for health and recreation. MIZZEN TOP HOTEL, QUAKER HILL. DUTCHEBB CO.. N. T. Tito bourn from New York by Harlem Rail road. Opens Jane SO. 1.24M> ft. elevation. N. S. HOWE. i L. A. TWOROGER. ASST. IIGR. ! Post Office Address. Pawling. New York. Circulars, •-• - . at 8 ifleld'a, 1 Madison-aye.. N. T. ami r\\ ii.i.i:. i.. i. TT TT C T "NT IST so MILKS from Iri C lIN IN J NEW I iRK CITT. NOW OPEN. I HOTEL NEW POINT ;SS Always cool: 150 feet from Great South Bay. Table ! and pervi--e of the best; electric lights; rooms with private | baths. «">ood roads for bicycling. Accommodations for 4O hr-T-set.. reasonable terms. E. HATHAWAY, at Times Huildlr.K <Ro.»ir 46). New York. Wednesdays. ALEXANDRIA BAY, N. Y. Thousand Island House. I O. G. STAPLES. Owner and Proprietor. OPENS June 20 Golf and all outdoor amusements. Superior • Disine ana service. For rooms and Information apply to .>!- .7 1-. Stetson. Townsend Building (Room 21O). Broadway and S5U] St.. New York. SEND FOR BOOKLET. THE EDGEWOOD, ALEXANDRIA bay NEW YORK. THOUSAND ISLANDS. Very i^-iec* L .wn tennis and golf on the ground* free to fueati Cuisine unsurpassed. Fr»h vegetables from cur pardons. Boating and bathing and flthing. SPECIAL. RAT£6 FOR JUNE AND FEPTEMBER. Open fruin June 10 to Oct. l. M. A. BRIGGS. ligr. THOUSAND ISLANDS. GANANOQUE INN, The mit brick and stone hotel on the ST. LAWRENCE RIVER. Under new management. World famous. Fishing. B^atinc. Sailing, Golf. etc. IllustraTetf booklet, terms, etc., from JOHN J. FLEMING. 3 Park Place. N. T. FRONTENAC HOTEL (ST. LAWRENCE RIVER). FRONTENAC. N. Y. Will open June 2f>th. Situated on an Island in 6t- Law— rer.ee River; has the. combined advantages of mountain and t">ashore I— Jit, excellent fishing, boating: anfl sailing; also ■•!*. tennis and all outdoor sport* on the island. , C. G. TRUSSELL. Mgr. Also Manager 800 Air Hotel August*, da. THE COLUMBIAN, 1,000 ISLANT" PARK, St. Lawrence River. IT T. . The best located and most attractive hotel among the Thousand Islands. Thoroughly up to date In all respects. Orchestra, boating, fishing. «tc Open June 18. L. A. JOHNSON. Prop. POCANTICO LODGE, Brlarelia Manor, Westchester County, New York. NOW OPEN FOR THE SUMMER. A modern family he: beautifully located In the West chester Hills. Brt&rcliSr Manor dairy and farm products used In the | culsloe. Address MRS. A P. CARPENTER. BrtarcllfT Manor. N. I. TV Pxhtine* Newburgh, N. Y. lneraiaune, All the comforts of the city, with the benefits of the country. H. N. BAIN & CO. OVERLOOKING THR FAMOUS KAATERSKILL FALLS LAUREL HOUSE. f 10.0W expoaded on Improvements. Capacity 300. Alti tude. 2. .■<<•! ft Boating. Fishing. Hunting. Golf. Musla. Booklet. HERBERT H. LEGG. Prop.. Homes' Falls. N. Y. SUNSET PARK INN now open. FINEST IN CATSKILLS. GRANDF23T MEWS. C E. LELAND. Manager, Haines Falls. N. Y. N. V ')S!ce. F. - OriBLD. Met. Bldg.. 1 Mad. Aye FURNISHED COTTAGES FOR SALE AND TO RENT. EIP VAN WINKLE HOUSE. wl J 1 UI) ? Bo< £ I r . 1 £ I K. P. HYISER. Mar.aser. Pin* Hill. N. Y. NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. JUNE 7. 1903, Summer Resorts. NEW-YORK. STAMFORD NEW YORK An Ideal Summer Resort. Elevation. 1,800 feet. Mountains, lakes and valleys furnish scenic effects of ex ceptional beauty. Climate dry, cool and free from fops and malaria. Miles of flag stone walk, bordered by magnificent ma ples. Water system located at top of Mt. Jefferson fed by pure sparkling: springs. Electric lighting. Complete sewer system. Five well-sustained churches. Excellent stores of all kinds. Amusements — Golf. boating. fishing, howling, tennis, beautiful shaded walks and drives through the most picturesque mountain scenery. Through trains on West Shore and Ulster and Delaware Rail road four and one-half hours from New- Fork, or a delightful sail up the Hudson by Day Line to Kingston Point, thence U. & D. R. R. to Stamford. Address any of the following houses for prices and full Information: HOUSES. GUESTS. Chnrchill Hall SOO Reimerp l .".(• A'etv Grant House T.". Sreyeoart Inn 7."» Kendall Place i:u The Hamilton .-,<> The MailUon .-,<> Atehlson House 4," AVestliolni 40 The Cornell < wan cottnse) -tit Far View House 30 Ingleslde 30 (ireenhumt 2." Terry Homestead a."» Delaware House (Trans.) Powell Farm 20 Rosemont i»4» Gresrory <.ott^!Lre. .•..,.. Hit < •■'!)! rli n r«l 20 Sunset Coltaße 2<> 1 1 , 1 1 > 1 > • - 1 1 Manor -j ( ; I tHayantha Lake House 15 AVaverly <ottajfe • in Maple Rest 15 Mine Mountain Cottage. . . x."> Boyd Cottajre if; AVartlwell Farm 15 Maple Lane Farm 55 Lawrence Cottage J5 Park Cottage j^ • ::-•!.. 1 Cottages. W. 11. McAlpine. 1... J. Champlin. The Grand Hotel CATSKILL MOUNTAINS, N. T. "The Leading Hotel or the Cauklll Mountains Every comfort and convenience of a city hotel of the hieheet crade In the heart of the Catskllls. Golf links tennis courts, swimming pool. etc. Superb scenery' Cuielne i r.excelieri. Parlor cars direct from New York to hotel grounds In three and one-half hours. H. E. EDER Manager N. Y. Office. 249 sth-ave. Telephone. 1003 Madison &j. OPENS JUNE TWENTY-FIFTH. "THE WORLD-FAMED VIEW" Catskill Mountain House Open June 27th. Altitude 2.250 feet Pure tpririK water. Forest preserve. 2,7"m.> acres. POWERFUL SEARCHLIGHT. Its range is 12.000 square miles. A light that casts Its rays into fl\e States. BOATING. GOLF. MUSIC, ELECTRIC LIGHTS. NEW DINING ROOM. Special rates, to quests arriving before July 4 CITY OFFICE. ZS UNION SQUARE, 1 TO 5 P M CHAS. AND GKO. 11. BEACH. Managers." Catskill. New York. CHURCHILL HALL, ~~~ OPEN MAY 29TH. THE REXMERE, JUNE 27TH. HOTEL HAMILTON, OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. LEADING HOTELS OF STAMFORD IN THE CATSKILLS. S. E. CHURCHILL. M. D. CITY OFFICE. 3 PARK PLACE. NEW YORK. ~ GRANT HOUSE. JEFFERSON HEIGHTS. CATSKILL. N. T. Will open under Dew mangement. The best known house along: the Hudson River. Direct access by -boat and rail. Bev^n hole golf course on the sxounds. Personal Investi gation solicited, F. N. ROGERS. Prop. v Catskill Mountains. ~ hotel' 1 " 1'""™1 '""™" 1 " 1 KAATERSKILL, Renovated and Improved. v . Opens June 'S!. same management MR. JOHN RITCHIE will be at Savoy Hotel Sr,/,"*^^ and 66tb X at - V - V Wednesday. Thursday and Friday to make room engagement*. SAE.ANAC " BeauUfully situated on Upper Saranac Lake _.„-. • °P*n May to November. 1-N-N. . SELECT HOMELIKE. : HUNTING. FISHING, GOLF. j adirondacks. M - s^rantc'in" A n U y Mgr - A L'IRONDACK SPRINGS HODBEI on Lake Champlaln. ii near Westport. Beautiful scenery; good table; ra.ua S8 to $10. A. A. BTEJVENSON. Stevenson. N. T. MORLEY^S In the heart of the Adirondack*: two law Hotels and Cottaees: =.<mo feet. above the sea. " ° ok | n , ro tt ff ° n , the most beautiful Lakt/s In the region: excellent trout fishing. Golf, tennis, bowling, boating, bathing. h "^^ e^at e 9 : sanitary" plumbing:: no pulmonary i^ Bl^ 8 .: Rustic Cata reduction in June and Se Pt*^er. Send for Artistic Lara Icgue. MORLEY'S. on Lake Pleasant. Hamilton v-0.. N. Y. ' -^— ADIRONDACKS. the UTOWAN A BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE. N. T. OPENS JUNE 27. ACCOMMODATES 400. New route: no staging : attractive lake views; e>ctrlc lights; elevator; running water all rooms- poir. t"1"'" bowling; superior music; dancinir. New >ork City W'K in* Office. Town and Countrj- Bureau. 2s» Fourth A\ •- nue 122 d Streeti. J- B. \VHITt. iigr. Paul Smith's ADIRONDACKS ADIRONDACKS. LAKE PLACIJD. X. T. WHITE FACE INN Magnificently located. Finest boating, golf, tennis, bowl ing, billiards, etc. Music. Special rates for June. Hot«l and cottages. Capacity 400. Now booking at 8 Park Place, New York. New York representative. Robert R. Wright. Hotel Manhattan EDWIN H LEX. Manager. Winter and Spring Resort. PRINCETON INN. Princeton. N. J ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS. The Windsor ELIZABETHTOWN. NEW TORK. One of the larcH-"t and finest hotels in the mountains. lfodern Improvements. Electric lights. Private baths. Pure running spring water MUk and vegetables from The Windsor farm and gardens. Orchestra. SWIMMING POOI— FINEST GOLF LISKS. Booklet address ORLANDO KBLLOGG * SON. Props. W. S. KELLOGG. 952 Broadway. 9.00 A. M. TO 1.00 P. M. ADIRONDACK?- LAKE MASSAWEPTE. HOTEL CHILDWOLD. Opens early in JUNE. Private preserve of 6.000 acres, cottage colony and camp sites adjacent: casino sun par lors, open fireplaces, steam beat; only two cottage* now vacant are for rental. GOLF. HUNTING. FISHING. BOATING. DRIVING. Through Pullman car*. Booklet, etc.. address C. R. BLJDRIDGE. HOTEL. IMPERIAL. N. Y. CITT. XTbc Hlgonquin £n lower Saranac Xafte HMrottfacfc flDountains. famed for beaut of njTlroncient ana excellency of Cuisice. li.ii. .:•■ t<T *«....<■• 4<Mr*sJ JOHN UAKDISU. ALGONQUIN. S. Y. The Ruisseaumont on Lake Placid Hotel and Cott&gss. In the Woods. June to October T. EDMUND KHUMBHOLZ. Lake Placid. N. y Deer's Head Inn, I™ ™£ Oj«n now. Illustrated Booklet. BENJAMIN F. STETSON. Propr. bummer tiesoris. XEW-VORK. tiffl H| \ I ■Sun 1 f — . ~*^~^ - i t J ,» & ■--^?% jy^/B \ i A -»^"' ~~~«- ~wvl / BSfgm I L/ i^H> 1 ■ The Mecca of Health and Pleasure. The Summer Capital of Fashion. Designed by Nature to be one of the world's greatest health resorts, its manifold charms and attractions as a place tor every form of pastime and pleasure make Saratoga Springs the summer paradise of this country. .'■•",.* t Surrounded on all sides by forest-clad hills and mountains and situated upon a high altitude, the atmosphere and climate of Saratoga Springs are notable for their tonic and temperate qualities. With the evening always come cooling and refreshing breezes, while discomforting heat is rarely experienced in the hottest midsummer days. The picturesqueness of its environments, the charm of the tree embowered streets, the sylvan beauty of the Parks, the health restoring properties of the many mineral springs, and last, but not least, the great hotels, with their magnificent appointments, their daily musical entertainments, their evening gayety — all combine to give to Saratoga Springs an individuality and distinction not shared by any other resort The unusual advantages of Saratoga Springs as a health resort, the •great value of its mineral waters, its innumerable attractions and its im portant resources will be presented in The Tribune at intervals, in a similar manner to the above announcement. The superb service maintained by the New York Central and the Del aware &• Hudson Railroads enables the tourist to reach Saratoga from New York in less than four hours. Those who prefer to travel by boat will find the trip np the Hudson by boats of the Hudson Rtvcr Day Line one of the added delights of a visit to the resort. Summer Resorts. SEW-TORK. ytkl (hamplain BLUFF POINT. N. Y. 3 miles from Plattsburgh. N T., "the Gateway of the Aiironciacks. " on main line Delaware & Hud son R. R. Overlooking Lake Champlaln. the Green Mountains of Vp.rrr.ont. and the Adlrondacks. In Centra of \atoral Park of »OO Acres. •* $> Finest 18 hole course In Northern I GOLF. ; York. <•> Tournaments every SatunSay. Through Pullman service without change from New York, Send .'or Illustrated book. E. L. BROWN. Man »S"r. car- ■'. L!rcolr. Safe Deposit Co.. 42d St.. opp Grand Central Station. New York HEART OF THE LAKE PI.\fID. ADIRO.IDACKS. >E\V YOKlv. STEVENS HOUSE UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT. NV.w open. Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Many Improvements. 5^ bath suites. Sanitary system the latest an 3 best. Ftne Golf Links. Sen.l tm Illustrate! 8.-^klet. Fred. H. Scofleld. Metropolitan Build ing. Madison Square. New York Representative. J. A. a «i. A JTEVESS. THE ADIRONDACK Hotel AMPERSAND ** AND COTTAGES LOWER SARANAC LAKEL N. T. A most delifchtful lake and mountain resort. <"Vj>«n!i June 25th. Perfect Golf Links. Flahin*. Rowing. Bath lnx. Tennis and Dancing. Superior Music. Post, tele graph, telephone offices In hotel. Bocklet G. S. MOULTON. Manager. Ampersand. N. Y. ST. HUBERT'S INN KEEXD HEIGHTS. HEART OF THE MOIL\TAI.\ REGION. AT>rROJVDA.CKS Most select family resort. Golf, boating, music, casino. Private cottages. N. Y. Office: p q Pamlm N v Room 902. St James Bid*.. W H TRACT Broadway and Sett St. Manager ' ADIRONDACKS. Wawbeek and Cottages, ON TPPER SARAMAC LAKF GOIK. TENNIS. BOATING. WBWtC Pure spring -water. Private tables for guests. J Hi£N HART. Wawbeek. N. T. ADIRONDACKS." STAR LAKE INN, Star Lake P. 0.. N. Y. Railroad Siatl n BSKSO9I MI NFS LflM feet •leva- INOLJEHART A BAYI.ES THE ADIBONDACKB RALPH'S & COTTAGES, rpPER CHATEAFGAY LAKI N V J - *• HUTTON. Proprietor. R«i ph "a, N Y. ADIRONDACKS. TAYLOR HOUSE AND H COTTAGES O. H. BUCK. Crow* Po«»t. N T Summer Resorts. SEW'-YOKK. Saratoga Spring^- Zhc Grant) Union Opens June 20tb. WOOLLEY Jt GEBRASS, Proprietors. MANHATTAN BEACH MANHATTAN BEACH HOTEL Will Open Tuesday, June 16tb T. F. SILLECK. lanagcr. 2SQ Fourth Ay., at 23d St., N. Y. THE ORIEVTAL HOTEL Will Open 31 on day. June 22d JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager. 289 Fourth Ay., at 23d St., N. Y. Z^TTel. 17+9 18th. care Town and Cou» ty Hotel and Travel Bureau. Brighton Beach. BRIGHTON BEACH HOTEL WILL OPEN SATURDAY. JUNE 13. E. CLARK KIA'G. Proprietor. New York address. HOTEL vir'ivn*Tt_ BroaJway and 37th St. MASSAPEQUA HOTEL MAS3APBQUA, LONX ISLAXXX High Class Family Resort AT MODERATE RATE 3. TABLE AND names UXSURPASSSa. F.NOW OPES. Nln» Hold Ootf Cours* on Hotel GrtwaJ*. "or Booklet and full Information *i£m» SNEDEKER & CO. Owners and Manax^re. Sped*! rates for vouoa* men. EDQEMERE HOTEL EDGE.HERE. LONG ISLAND. N. V. SB iulr.nl-» from Jew York City. »i» Loiik l.lund U. K. . Ml "-»' hurl on the «•<>»» I Ulrrrtly on the nm, Open* .tuue 251h. Hotel ii .-%»!> ,i , ..rutrtl this •«•»••"» I"., Ii iin.lrril r .....,, «ith or ■with out private bath. ._ ' i • i.. i i . v«t .;i . w >i.f IIK»>I\- . XV \,;!> Uo.»k»ll« \,--H- Car» of RAYMOND A WUiTCOMH* I 23 I'nlon Square. FAIEVIEW COTTAGE, _- \ i". lbs heart of rh- Adirondack*, open for nmiMr bo*x*^ •r.s June ! ? th - (-*:»•. w *» lighted room*. -S-*^"!*" plumblßK. Urg* Uwn. tenota and croquet. Near a*W» <*■» wolf Ground. Prlc«i, |» to $12 wwk. AJ '-"«• .^. CBORO3 L. BROWS^r-r giMt>#e>»own. ami Caaaxr, ■..*♦-«