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May 6,1896 About Long Islanders Assemblyman Morton CROMWELL has returned to Glen Cove, where he expects to spend the summer. Frank TRAVIS of Flushing has been a guest of Walter CAMPBELL of Glen Cove. Mr. & Mrs Frank BABBOT of Bklyn are at the PRATT Manor House, Dosoris. The engagement of Miss Anna J. EASTMAN of Glen Cove to Mr. LEE of New York has been announced. Mrs. Daniel L. CHESTER of Bridgehampton is visiting Chester, Conn. Daniel TUTHILL of Northville is visiting Southampton as a guest of his son Elsworth TUTHILL. G. Clarence TOPPING has returned to Sagaponack from a trip to Albany. Miss Elizabeth CLARK of Hoboken, NJ is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. CHAMBERLAIN. George E. HORTON and William D. GASTON of this city are visiting Southold as guests of Captain William H. HORTON. John F. LATHAM has returned to his home at Orient from New London. Miss Josephine S. GRAY of Long Island City has gone to Mattituck to reside with her sister, Mrs. William M. HUDSON. Miss Lena HAINES has returned to her home at Bridgehampton after spending several months in this city. Mr. & Mrs. Jeremiah C. CORNWELL of Ocean Side have returned from a visit to Washington and various places in Virginia. Mrs. A. C. MILLER of this city is visiting her father, Jarvis SKIDMORE of Great River. The Rev. Canon DEEMONLIN of St. Jame's Cathedral, Toronto, Canada occupied the pulpit in St. Mark's Church, Islip, last Sunday. Mrs. Margaret OLIVER of Riverhead is visiting her sister, Mrs. John TOWN of Bayshore. Gertie MOORE, an 8 year old girl of Bay Shore, rode 40 miles on her bicycle one day last week. Mrs. John SMITH and daughter of this city have been spending some time with relatives in Bay Shore this week. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney JEWELL have been spending some time with Mrs. JEWELL's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Saxton of Islip. Hammond MARION of Islip celebrated his 83rd birthday last week. Many of his children and grandchildren gathered at his home on that day.George GATES of New York has been spending some time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. GATES of Islip. Dr. A. HUNTINGTON, formerly of Islip is soon to have a $10,000 house built for himself in this city. Justice Eugene T. GRIFFITH, has returned to his home at Islip after spending some time in New York. S.W. LONGNECKER and family have removed to New York. They have been residents of Islip for several months past. Jacob SAMMIS of Setauket is now in Bay Shore. Manager Harry MINER of New York, with his wife has been visiting in Islip. The Rev. R.L. BRYDGES has returned to Islip after spending a few days in Utica, NY. Miss Eliza HOWELL of this city is visiting Mrs. Smith W. CLOCK of Bayshore. George OAKLEY, captain of the revenue cutter, "Frank Sperry" is in Bay Shore. Mr. & Mrs. Everett T. ROGERS of Bay Shore have gone to Rossville, S.I. where Mrs. ROGERS will spend a few days visiting relatives. D. Milton RACKETT has been appointed sexton of the Orient Congregational Church. The Southold local branch of the Women's Christian Temperance union will meet with Mrs. Seth L. TUTHILL this evening. Large quantities of asparagus are being shipped from Mattituck to the city markets. Nathan P. HAND of Bridgehampton has planted 48 acres of potatoes this spring. It took a carload of seed potatoes to plant the tract. Over 200 dozen eggs were the product of John W. HEDGES flock of fowl last week at his farm in Bridgehampton. John LYNCH of Rocky Point was placed under $200 bond yesterday by Justice WHEELER of Port Jefferson to appear before the grand jury and answer a charge of grand larceny. Port Jefferson will soon be in telephonic communication with the city and other towns on the island. The poles are all set and yesterday the lineman finished running the wires. The steamer Montauk of the Montauk Steamboat Company recently established a new record for the trip between New York City and Orient Point. The distance, about 110 miles, was covered in less than 7 hours. Captain Benjamin HALSEY, an old resident of Bridgehampton, while dressing himself last week, fell heavily to the floor and fractured his hip.Captain Preston BURR launched his new sloop at Oakdale last week. Captain Smith RHODES' sloop, the Mary Ella, is at Islip being prepared for the summer season. All the regular trains stop at the new depot at the TITUS Crossing, Glen Cove now. Wm. ZIEGLER of New York, who has rented Lindall, Mr. DURYEA's country seat, at the Glen Cove Landing, has also taken his yacht, the Susie, for the season. Miss Sybil CARTEE, a former missionary to China has taken charge of the Bible Class at the Emmanuel Espicopal Sunday school church at Great River, succeeding William NICOLL, a milionaire resident of that section, who has had charge of the class for over 20 years. May 8,1896 About Long Islanders Harry T. HAWKEY of Poughkeepsie is in Bay Shore for a few days. M.I. HUNT, principal of Islip school, has moved to Willow Ave. Miss Marion HAWKINS & Mrs. J.H. WEBSTER have returned to Islip from Albany. John W. RAYNOR of New York City is visiting Southampton, his former home. Miss Clara FOSTER of this city is visiting Southampton. Mr. & Mrs. John M. ATWATER, nee BYRD, of Flushing, have returned from their European trip,where they had been for the last 2 months. E.F. MacCONNELL of Philadelphia is visiting at the home of W.W. HULSE, Bay Shore. Dr. & Mrs. Edwin S. MOORE of bay Shore have just returned from a week's vacation trip during which they visited Montreal, Watertown, Saratoga and other places. Miss Sadie ZWECK of Amityville is visiting relatives in Bay Shore. Mrs. Henry DEAN, Mrs. Martha DEAN & Mrs. John BEDFORD of Bklyn were the guests of Mrs. John CHARTERS of Bay Shore Wednesday. Miss Nora PIPER, a teacher in the school of Oyster Bay, has been engaged by the board of education as assistant principal in the Bay Shore school for next year. She takes the place of Miss Helen KING, who has resigned. Frank P. PIKE and family of Bayshore are spending a few weeks in New York. Josiah ROBBINS of Bay Shore has purchased of E. HURD of New York the sloop yacht Seneca for $850. Miss Emma DRAKE of Islip was the guest of her brother at Sayville this week. Dr. HAMILL of New Jersey visiting in Islip this week. Phillip ALLEY of Port Jefferson has been visiting ABREW brothers of Islip this week. Miss Carter is having many improvements made in her property at Great River. Mrs. ABREW of Port Jefferson is spending some time in Islip as the guest of her brother, Forrest ABREW. Miss Alice WATERBURY & Miss FLorence PROVOST both of Stamford , Conn are spending a few weeks at the residence of Mrs. J. E. GOLDING of Freeport. Edward MARYLAND of Freeeport will start on Saturday on a pleasure trip to Washington, DC, on a bicycle. He will be gone 10 days. Clinton RAYNOR of this city is spending a few days with his parents at Freeport. Miss Fannie SIMPSON in company with Miss May FROST of East Norwich, left Smithtown Branch yesterday for Conn. wherethey will engage in evangelical work. Mrs. William E. CALL of Smithtown Branch has been visiting friends at Northport. Michael ZUKVOSKI, a Russian farm hand has been adjudged insane and has been removed to the state hospital at Poughkeepsie. Clifford DEMAREST has been appointed organist and choirmaster at All Saints church, Great Neck. Long Island Notes/ Queens Wills - May,1896 From the Bklyn Eagle, May 8,1896 : Long Island Notes Doxsee's canning factory at Islip is open for the season. William B. HORNBLOWER of New York is erecting a commodious carriage house & stables at his summer place in Southampton. Charles BROPHY is the first man in Southampton to obtain a license under the Raines law. The town voted in favor of a druggist and hotel license at the recent election. John M. WOODBURN is to have a new house erected on Hill St., Southampton on the site of the dwelling that burned down last year. The Southampton Electric Light Co. is extending it's wires through Elm streets and Little Plains Rd to Dune Rd. and thence to Meadow Club House. A new bathing pavilion is being erected at Southampton's ocean beach. The Southampton Bicycle Assoc. has elected Edward H. FOSTER, president ; Wiliam A. CORWITH, vice president and Charles A. JAGGER, secretary. Mrs. Charles HARLOW and Mrs. Edward E. FINNING (FANNING?) of Southampton were called to Croton Falls on Wednesday, the home of their sister, Mrs. George ABRAMS, who is dangerously ill from paralysis. Long Island Obituaries Freeport, LI. - Mrs. CUNNINGHAM, sister of Mr. Gilbert RAYNOR of this village died at her home in Bklyn on Tuesday. The funeral services were held in the Presbyterian Church, the Rev K. V. KETCHAM officiating. Deceased was in her 67th year and a former resident of Freeport. The internment took place in Freeport Cemetery yesterday. Patchogue,LI May 6 - The funeral of Baldwin GORDON was held from the M.E. Church yesterday, the Reverends W.H. PAINE & A.E. COLTON officiating. Mr. GORDON was born in Patchogue 63 years ago and was a descendant of one of the oldest families in that village. For a numbers of years he was a beach fisherman and his habitation on the Great South Bay opposite Patchogue had been visited by many Brooklynites who journeyed to the beach during the summer season. Internment was in the old cemetery. A widow and nine children and several grandchildren survive him Surrogate's Courts Proceedings Jamaica,LI- In the Queens County Surrogate's court the following wills were proved yesterday : Clara A. F. PINTO & George KAISER of Newtown. Patrick FOLEY & Oliver W. RYDER, Jamaica and Henry LAUER of Hempstead. The will of Johanna GUNTHER of Newtown was proved this morning. Bklyn Eagle on May 12,1896 : About Long Islanders Mr. & Mrs F. WODRICH of Sea Cliff will spend the summer on their farm near Schenectady. Mrs. Joseph CABUS and Mrs. Frank CABUS of New York visited Mrs. Norman L. WICKS of Bay Shore last week. Mrs. Clayton DOXSEE of Islip has returned to her home in Islip after visiting for several weeks in New York. Charles TRUAX, Joseph MEWTON, Ollie CLOCK and Charles DOXSEE of Islip rode on their bicycles to this city one day last week. Harvey HIRST of Islip is taking a civil service examination in New York for appointment on the police force. The Rev. W. S. C. WEBSTER of the Presbyterian Church of Islip and the Rev. Arthur H. ALLEN, formerly of Islip were among the number who attended the semi-centennial of Professor Green of Princeton. Mr. & Mrs. James FOSTER, Joseph HARVEY, James MILLER, Forest LEEK, Miss Eva DOWNS and Miss May FOSTER, all of this city, rode to Bay Shore on their bicycles Thursday. They spent part of the day with Mrs. Everett DOWNS and returned home in the afternoon by train. George CLOCK of Islip will be sailing master of a new 40 ft yacht this season and will start for Rhode Island in a day or two. Captain Leander RULON and John DOXSEE of Bayshore have gone to Greenport to overhaul Capt. RULON's yacht, the Awa. Captain E. C. HENDRICKSON of Bayshore has gone to Morris Heights to take charge of J. A. MOLLENHAUSER's new naphtha launch, Helma. Miss Chary JAGGER of Hicksville is visiting Riverhead as the guest of Captain and Mrs. WINTERS. Edward GRIFFIN of Boston is visiting his parents, Mr & Mrs. E. L. GRIFFIN at Riverhead. Mrs. John MARTIN of Riverhead is visiting Washington. William SMITH of New York is visiting friends at Smithtown Branch. Frank LAWRENCE of Amagansett has moved to Branford ,Conn. Miss Carrie DAWSON of Shelter Island is visiting Amagansett as the guest of Mrs. G. B. EDWARDS. Miss Juliet SMITH of Amagansett is visiting Hartford , Conn. Mr. J. KAFFREY of Shelter Island is visiting Smithtown Branch, where he formerly resided. Mrs. E.F. PENNEY of Center Moriches is visiting this city as the guest of her sister, Mrs. G.E. MILLER. William BENJAMIN of Flanders has left for a several months yachting tour. Miss Nellie SMITH of Stony Brook is visiting Flanders as the guest of Robert W. PENNEYS. Miss May BATCHELDER has returned to her home at Sag Harbor from a visit of several months in this city. Mrs. Henry FRENCH of Sag Harbor is visiting this city. Miss Marie PARKER of Sea Cliff is visiting her grandmother at Buffalo, NY. Dr. D. Lansing MUNSON and family of this city are at their Sea Cliff house for the summer. The only child of Mr. & Mrs. A. SYREN of Sea Cliff, who has been ill with bronchial trouble for some weeks, died on Saturday afternoon. On Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Wellington L'HOMMEDIEU of Smithtown Branch and her three children were badly injured in a runaway accident. Lewis TUTTLE when riding a bicycle in front of the residence of Daniel CORWIN in Westhampton, Suday, fell from his wheel exhausted and had to be carried in and revived and then taken to his home at Speonk in a carriage. Mr. TUTTLE had been fighting fire during the day and was overcome by the heat. One of his hands was severely blistered. May 15 1896 in the Bklyn Eagle - Long Islanders Mrs. John SPRINGSTEAD of Sea Cliff has returned to her home from Weschester, whither she was called by the sudden death of brother. Justice HOWSER of Sayville is spending a week at Riverhead. Mrs. Isaac WINTERS has returned to her home at Riverhead from a visit to Westhampton. Jacob J. GOLDSTEIN of New York City is visiting Riverhead as the guest of D. SANDMAN. Dr. & Mrs. H.H. YOUNG have returned to their home in Jamesport from Marietta, GA, where they spent the winter. Joseph LOWERY of Sag Harbor has moved to Northport. Daniel REENE of this city has moved with his family to Riverhead where they will make their home in the future. The Rev T.H. GRIFFITH of this city has been atttending the annual meeting of the Suffolk Cty Association of Congregational Chuches. held at Jamesport this week. Charles BROWN of Riverhead has sailed from New York to Central America as steward of the schooner "Montana". He will be away about 6 months. Captain & Mrs. John PETERSON of South Jamesport are to reside at Rose's Grove, near Southampton for the coming summer. Mr. & Mrs. A.H. DeFRIEST of Atlantic City are visiting Bating Hollow as guests of Mr. DeFRIEST's parents. Miss Lillie CORWIN of Westhampton is visiting Center Moriches as the guest of Mr. John FORDHAM. Miss Sophia ROGERS, teacher in the Easthampton union school, spent several days with her parents , Mr & Mrs. David ROGERS. Miss Lottie DICKERSON of Calverton is visiting Wading River as the guest of her cousin Miss Marie WARNER. The engagement is announced of Miss Maude Beatrice COOPER of this city to A. Gardiner COOPER, also of this city, and for a number of years a resident of Sag Harbor. The marriage will take place early in June. Mrs. Charles W. PAYNE of Sag Harbor is visiting Lakewod, NJ as the guest of Mrs. William H. GLEASON. W.W. SAULT of Sag Harbor has moved to Rockville Center. Mr. & Mrs. William DANIELS of Amagansett are visiting Lynne, Conn. Mrs. William MILLER is visiting Wolaston Heights, Mass. Mrs. James M. BROWN has returned to Amagansett from Mystic, Conn. where she spent the winter. Frank CORINTH & Albert ROGERS of Southampton made a run to this city and return last week on their bicycles. Mr. & Mrs. Mortimer GUERIN of this city are visiting Mrs. GUERIN's parents, Mr. & Mrs. George KIERNAN, at Sag Harbor. Mr. & Mrs. Monroe H. GREEN have returned to their home at Southampton, from a wedding tour through the state. Mrs. Edwin S. WHEELER of Boston is the guest of her sister -in -law, Mrs. William LOWEN, at Southampton. Mrs. W.R. BURLING & Mrs. G. H. BURLING of Southampton are visiting this city. Mrs. Henry D. BREWSTER of Bay Shore has been spending a few days with relatives in this city. Miss Alice Dodge WATERBURY and Miss Florence Maguerite PROVOST of Stamford , Conn. are visiting with Mrs. John E. GOLDING at Freeport. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. MEIGS of New Haven, Conn are to spend the summer at Greenport as the guests of Mrs. E.L. GOLDSMITH. Mrs. L.E. HAMMOND of Smith's Point is visiting Greenport. F.C. BEEBE of Greenport has been in Washington this week on business. Captain Isaac REEVE has returned to his home in Greenport from a visit in California. E.K. THORNTON of Greenport will spend the summer near Norfolk, VA, where he has bought the Ocean View house. John B. REEVE of Greenport has returned from a few days visit in Washington. Mr. & Mrs. Daniel DIMON of Greenport have moved to this city. George BUTLER of Greenport has secured a position as fireman on the Long Island Railroad. Ernest C. DALZELL, who has just graduated from the Annapolis Naval Academy is visiting Sag Harbor as the guest of his uncle, Allan C. DALZELL. Mr. DALZELL is now a midshipman on the U.S. cruiser "New York". Miss Mary KEARNS died at her home in Sag Harbor on Wednesday, at the age of 31 years. Remains were taken to Calvary cemetery for internment. Long Islanders in 1896 In the Bklyn Eagle - Jan. 3, 1896 Nathaniel SMITH of Jersey City & Frank SMITH of New York City are spending a week at Sag Harbor, as guests of their sister, Mrs. Charles B. BECK. Miss Virginia TOOKER of Attleboro, MA is visiting at her former home in Sag Harbor. Mrs. H. T. CORWI of this city is visiting Sag Harbor, as the guest of her sister, Mrs. D. Emmett YOUNGS. Herbert La Mont of this city is visiting Sag Harbor, where his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Charles La Mont, have a summer place. Charles L. RAYNOR & John N. ROGERS have returned to Westhampton from a 2 weeks shooting trip to Nagg's Head, North Carolina. Mr. & Mrs. Theodore F. JACKSON of New York and Mrs. W.M. L. DISKE & family of Bklyn spent New Year's Day in Westhampton. A daughter of John TYLER of Eastport is sick with scarlet fever. Joseph BADER of Wilmington, Del. has recently been visiting relatives in Sea Cliff. Mrs. Martha BOWEN & daughter of Sea Cliff have been visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. E. WIRSCHING of Chicago is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. BOWEN, at Sea Cliff. Miss Lillian Pearsall of Sea Cliff gave an afternoon reception and musicale yesterday. Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. CRAFT of Glen Cove gave a dinner party in their new house at Duck Pond, last week, to the bridemaids & ushers at their recent marriage. Thomas TOWNS of Bayshore has been appointed a deputy sheriff. Mrs. Samuel B. JAYNE of Bayshore has gone to New Orleans to visit her daughter, Mrs. C.H. LUZENBURG. Mrs. J.W. Latham of Woodsburgh has been spending some time with Mrs. L. BROWER of Bay Shore. Miss Lizzie MOORE of Riverhead is visiting Miss Hetty JEFFREY of Bayshore. Miss Edna GOLDING of Bayshore gave a tea party to a number of her little friends. Among those present were Miss Ethel WOODMAN, Miss Helen STELLENWERF,Master Kenneth STELLENWERF, Master Dick RAVEN, Master Henry RAVEN, Master Roy BREWSTER, Miss Julia GOLDING, Master Howell GOLDING, Master Frank PIKE. Mrs. Henry Watrous BIGELOW of Woodside, who has been sorjourning in the Delaware Valley & at Addison, NY, during Christmastide, has returned home. Judge Wilmot M. SMITH of Patchogue will hold court tomorrow. He will sit at Riverhead. Next Monday, he will be at Long Island City. William H. TOPPING of Bridgehampton, a machinist, has made an assignment to Charles A. PIERSON. Everett A. CARPENTER has received the appoinment of appraiser of the estate of the late John W. MASURY of Center Moriches, who left property valued at $8,000,000. Peter HAYES, a member of Meridian Lodge #601, died yesterday at his home in Islip. He was a war veteran and belonged to the William Gurney Post #538, G.A.R. Lawrence CASSEL of Great Neck & Miss Agnes McMAHAN of New York were married Sunday night at 5 o'clock at St. Aloysius' Church, Great Neck, by the Rev. Edward SMITH. The best man was Mr. J.J. HOEY & the maid of honor, Miss LAWRENCE of New York. Joseph H. RANDALL & Miss Adella SMITH, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel SMITH of East Patchogue, were married at the bride's home on New Year's Day by Rev. A.E. COLTON. There were about 80 guests present and many costly presents were received by the bride. Mr. & Mrs. RANDALL will reside at Oyster Bay. The marriage of S. CLifton TOWNSEND of Baltimore to Clara Griffiths MURRAY took place last night in St. George's Church, Flushing, the ceremony being performed by Dr. Carpenter SMITH, assisted by the Rev. H.D. WALLER. Miss Edythe TOWNSEND of Baltimore, a sister of the groom was maid of honor and William S. TOWNSEND of New York acted as best man. The bride comes from an old revolutionary family. The Rev. W.S. BALLOU, pastor of First Universalist Church of Huntington was married to Miss Lela C. MERRILL at Hop Bottom, PA. last Tuesday. He and his bride arrived at the parsonage to find that the women of the parish invaded the house and put everything in readiness for the homecoming. To the other surprises was a well filled purse from the congregation. William FAIRMAN of Bklyn & Mrs. Ann C. HARDENBROOK, daughter of Justice HENDRICKSON of Jamaica, were married last night at the residence of Mrs. William BARKER, 1028 Bedford Ave., Bklyn. Jan 2, 1896 About Long Islanders Miss Adelaide TERRY of Southampton is visiting her parents, Mr. & Mrs. T.K. TERRY of Terryville. Miss Mary C. BATEMAN of Kansas City, MO, mother of Justice C. H. BATEMAN of Shelter Island, died Thursday. Albert P. CORWIN of Greenport is spending the winter in this city as the guest of his son, Captain Addison CORWIN of the police force. Dr. & Mrs. DIEKMAN of this city are visiting Greenport, their native home. Mr. & Mrs. Robert FESSENDEN of Barrington, RI are the guests of Mr. & Mrs. J.H. GRIFFITH of East Rockaway. Miss Lillian ROSEMON of this city is visiting relatives in Bayshore. Gardener LOCKWOOD of New York is spending a few days hunting in the vicinty of Bayshore. George T. BROWN & family have moved from Sea Cliff to this city. Mrs. BROWN is the daughter of ex alderman William H. KAY. Miss Julia K. CHELLBORG,BA professor of mathematics in the Normal College, New York City is visiting relatives at Sea Cliff. Mr. & Mrs. S. TITUS & family, Glen Cove were guests of Miss Belle JACKSON of Jamaica yesterday. Mr. William H. BOWNE & family of School St, Glen Cove are spending a week at Newburgh. Comodore Theodore W. SHERIDAN , Samuel STENSON, C.S. DUNNING and several other members of Sea Cliff Yacht Club spent New Years Day in that village. Nathan OSBORNE of Water Mill, who is atending the Michigaqn mining School at Houghton, Mich. has taken such a high standardin all his studies for the year that he has been excused from examinations. Richard FITZGIBBONS, D.J. SINGER of New York City and Herbert CHILDS of Bklyn are at the Apancuck Point house, Westhampton for a few days duck shooting. Misses Annie & Mamie HAVENS of Bridgehampton are spending the holidays in the city. Dr. & Mrs. Willam H. ROGERS of Moriches are visiting Bridgehampton, the doctor's former home. Mrs. Mary HEMPSTEAD of Evanstton, Ill. is visiting Bridgehampton at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Rev. Arthur NEWMAN. Frank ROSE of Glastonburg, Conn. is visiting his parents at Rose Hill, Water Mill. Otis G. PIKE of Riverhead, William H. PIKE of Mattituck, Louis O. PIKE of Jamaica & Gilson PENNY of Cutchogue will start soon for a trip to Bermuda. Letters of Administration of the estate of the late Justice Thomas F. BISGOOD of Sag Harbor have been granted by the Surrogate of Suffolk Cty to Alice M. BISGOOD, widow, and Everet A. CARPENTER, friend. The summer place of LOMBARD & AYRES at Water Mill, has been bought by Mrs. Mary Tilcomb ? of this city. Two Irish setters belonging to Mr. Russell GRACE of Great Neck, got out of their kennels yesterday and killed 224 valuable fowls. The College Point board of village trustees organized yesterday by electing F.G. PAULY, president. 1897 July 31.About Bklyn People Marion ABOUT BROOKLYN PEOPLE ---- Mr. L. H. Moore, organist of the Central Congregational Church, and his family have gone to the Catskills for the Summer. Mr. Buckley and Misses Addie and Florence Buckley, of 370 Clinton street, are at Bar Harbor for the Summer. Captain J. Girvin Gully and Lieutenant J. Duncan, late of the Cape Mounted Rifles and veterans of the Zulu and Boer wars, are being royally entertained by a party of New York and Brooklyn friends at Five Mile River, Conn. They sail for Europe in August but expect to return in time to partake of the Christmas festivities of the many friends they have made during their short but pleasant visit to this country. Miss Marie King, the soprano in the Central Congregational Church quartet, is summering at Rockey Hill, Conn. Mr. John H. Haaren, principal of Fulton avenue school, in the new ward, and basso in the Central Congregational Church quartet is at Easthampton. He contemplates a pilgrimage to Montauk Point on foot with a view of better acquaintance with the sun. Mr. J. H. McKinlay, the Central Congregational Church tenor, has gone up to the Catskills for vacation. Mrs. A. Maelstrom and Belle Meyers, of 319 1/2 Tenth street, are going to spend part of the month of August at West Yaphank, L. I. Mr. J. Walter Clark, of South Ninth Street, will spend the coming month of August at Greenport, Sag Harbor. Miss M. R. Ennis, of Gates avenue, started for Mountain Dale yesterday. Mr. Ripley Ropes left the city on Tuesday last for his 300 acre farm in Rhode Island, where he will remain ten days. William E. Robertson, Jr., and Miss Myra Robertson, of 302 Dean street, are passing the Summer at Jefferson, Schoharie County. Mrs. F. H. White, of 339 Bridge street, and her children, consisting of Theresa, Mamie, Jennie, Annie, Emma, Gabriella, James, John and Frank White, Jr.; are enjoying themselves at Jefferson, Schoharie County. The well know old volunteer fireman and father of the above numerous family, Frank H. White, will join them about August 16. The Misses Dugan, of Clifton place, will pass the heated term at East Durham, among the Catskills. The Misses Lillie and May Simpson, of Waverly avenue, will rusticate at Coxsackie, on the Hudson. The NEW YORK GRAPHIC says that "one of the prettiest women at Long Beach is Mrs. P. G. Hopper, of Brooklyn, an artist of uncommon merit and already of no little fame. She is very young, very charming and uncommonly handsome. She is "divinely tall" and she has a piquant, sparkling face, crowned with drk hair, and lighted by a pair of dark blue eyes. She has a little picture of Mrs. Cleveland set in a thick frame of trailing arbutus so exquisitely painted, so read, that at first glance you fancy that you can smell the blossom's delicate perfume." Miss Grace Cokefair, of Prospect place, has gone to her Bridgeport home for the summer. Mrs. E. Hawkins, of Ninth street, will divide her Summer between Jamesport, L.I., and Lake George. Miss Maline A. Kelly, of 176 Duffield street, and Miss Teresa Downey, of 235 Bergen streeet, are at South Fallsburgh, Sullivan County. Duncan McLaren, Jr., is spending three weeks at Barryville, Sullivan County. Mrs. G. Murray, of Henry street, is at Saratoga. Miss Minnie C. Kelsey, Miss Eloise B. Kelsey, Miss Hessie A. Staines and Master James Conley are at Rogers' Rock, Lake George. Miss E. J. Tompkins, of Fulton street, near Navy, will rusticate at Seal Beach, near Asbury Park. Dr. J,. Randolph Quinn, of Franklin and Lafayette avenues, has returned after an absence of over two weeks which was spent camping in the Adirondack woods, and imbibing the waters at Saratoga Springs. Mr. George W. Wilson, of Myrtle and Kent avenues, has returned from Chicago where he attended the convention of the Western Educational Association. W. H. Slater is abroad in Europe the the Summer. Mrs. C. J. Buchner and children, of 114 Meserole street; Mrs. W. G. Hewitt and child, of 152 South Eight street and Miss Maria Vollkommer, of 112 Meserole street, are at Schodack. Mrs. E. P. Walsh and daughter, of 221 Carroll street, will spend the month of August at Bolton, on Lake George. Samuel Trimble, David Brown and E. F. Sullivan, of Fourth place, are at Lock Sheldrake, Sullivan County. Mrs. Henry P. Burger is at Lake George. Miss L. G. Walk and Miss Daisy Williamson, of 126 Washington avenue, have gone to Lake Mahopac for a short time. Will leave there about the 10th of August for the Catskills. Mr. J. Phoenix and family and Miss E. Pitt have gone of Saratoga. Miss Edith J. and Master James S. Swan, of 147 Sixth avenue, are at Ocean Beach, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dean, Jr., and family, of 115 Sixth avenue, are at Patchogue. Mr. William Francis, from Milwaukee, Wis., is spending a week with his cousin, A. E. Kraemer, at Rockville Center, L.I. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ramsbotham and family, of 3?3 Monroe street, will be at Greenwich, Conn., til the middle of September. Mr. and Mrs. James O. Van Dyke, of 107 Lefferts place, are at Eastport, L.I. and will spend the month of September at Long Branch. Mr. Mowbray Saul, of Lexington avenue, left for Europe on the steamship Alaska on Tuesday the 19th inst., and Mrs. M. Saul and Miss S. Lane will spend the month of August in Northampton, Mass. Miss Alethea Zoble, of 185 Java street, a well known soprano singer, is at Bangall, Dutchess County. Miss S. E. Dougherty, of Noble street, has taken her family to Loch Sheldrake, Sullivan County, N. Y. Miss Nellie Reeves, of 105 India street, Greenpoint, is at Bangall, N. Y. Miss Emily Blakely, of 86 Meserole avenue, is at Mount Marion, N. Y. Miss Josie Sutherland, a teacher of Public School No. 31, Dupont street, as it Hunter, Catskill Mountains. Miss Hannah J. Burke, of 103 Oakland street, is at Hunter. Miss Lillie M. Dickson, of Java street, is at Plainfield, N. J. Miss Ada E. Heather, of Norman avenue, is at Coeymans on the Hudson. Captain Frank Callihan, son of the Hunter's Point bridge keeper, has been made captain of the steam tug Appledore, owned by Mr. John Good and intended to carry his workmen from the works at Ravenswood, L. I., to Brooklyn and New York. Mr. Henry Vogt, of Kent street, has taken his family to Ulster Heights, N. Y. Mrs. Peter Burden, of Manhattan avenue, is at Bangall, Dutchess County N. Y., with her family. Mr., Charles Vogt, of Irving place, has his family at Haines Falls, N. Y. Mrs. Miller, of Manhattan avenue, is recovering from the injuries recently received while bathing in the surf at Ocean Grove, N.J. Mr. William Vogt, of Oak street, has a comfortable Summer home at Catchogue. Mr. John C. Orr, the Greenport lumber and box merchant, has his family at Bayshore. Mr. and Mrs. William H. English, of Washington avenue, are at Bay Shore. The Rev. William P. Corbitt, of Pacific street, will pass the Summer with his family at Ocean Grove. Mrs. Edgar E. Griff, of 41 India street, is at Bellport. The Rev. William Reid, of Milton street, has gone to City Island for a short while. The Rev. Father Wagner, of the Church of the Annunciation, is recovering from a recent sunstroke. Mrs, Nathaniel Roe, Miss Lizzie M. Roe, of Noble street, have returned from Manchester. Captain and Mrs. J. Harris Balston are at Kingston on the Hudson. Mrs. C. E. Rahn, of Norman avenue, is at Saugerties, Ulster County, N. Y. Mrs.H. E. Remsen, of Cumberland Street, and Mrs. Charles B. Teale, of Fort Greene place, will spend August and September at Scarborough on the Hudson. Mr. Lu Senarens and Miss Josie Senarens have gone to Milford, Pa. for the Summer. Miss Annie Whitty, of the Hill, is at Brentwood, L. I. E. J. Sherlock will locate for the season at Greenport, L. I. John McDermott, of 45 Willow street, is at Oregon, near Peekskill. Bernard Leavey is at Saratoga. Mr. J. Constantine McGuire is at Woodsburgh, L. I. Francis Girard Turner, ex-president of the St. Patrick Society, is at Shelter Island. Francis Curran, of St. Felix street, is at Far Rockaway. Thomas J. Lowery, of the Third Ward, is in the Catskills. Bernard McCaffery and family are at Point Pleasant, N. J. Dr. Joseph Kene is at Coney Island. Thomas Carroll, Police Commissioner, and family at at Southold, L. I. P. F. Healey, 34 Clinton street, and family are at Far Rockaway. Dr. George R. Kuhn, of Clinton avenue, and family are at Patchogue, L. I. Joseph W. Carroll is at Point Pleasant, N. J. J. Hamilton Farrell, of the Fourth Ward, is at Point Little Silver, N. J. J. F. Keaney, of Vanderbilt avenue, is in the Catskills. John Cunnion and family, of Jay street, are at Southhold. Mr. William J. Gaynor started yesterday on a well earned vacation and will be absent about a month. He goes first to Saratoga and from there will run up through the Lake Champlain region and down the St. Lawrence to the Thousand Islands. Mrs,. Almaritta Burt and Mrs. Clarence Foot, of Halsey street, mother and sister of United States Marshall Stafford, are sojourning near Twin Lakes, Duchess County. Mr. Willis E. Stafford in hunting bears near the Rip Van Winkle House, in the Catskills. Clarence Foot, the assistant paying teller of Nassau Bank, is enjoying his vacation with his young bride at Millerton, N. Y. Mrs. Henry C. and Miss Estelle May Seigmann have left Brooklyn for their summer retreat in Sullivan County. Mr. Seigmann has just returned from a trip to Philadelphia. Miss Nina Harbeck, of Hart street, is visiting relatives at Cleveland,O. Mrs. C. Cox, of Bergen street, is visiting friends in Heightstown, Freehold and other parts of New Jersey. Mrs. William J. Turkington, of 109 Flatbush avenue, left on Wednesday to spend the Summer with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Oscar Von Schulle Buckow, Somerville, N. J. Mrs. M. Le Clair, of Adelphi street, is at Monticello, N. Y. Mr. C. F. Bailys and his daughter, Miss Susie, of Adelphi street, will spend the ensuing month at East Norwich, L. I. Mrs. Lyons of Lewis avenue, with her daughters, Misses Alice and Lizzie, are at White Lake, Sullivan Co. Mr. George Shafter, of 166 Calyer street, is at Ocean Grove, NJ. Mr. Edward Cameron, 158 Calyer street, had returned from Port Washington, L. I. Mrs. Thurber, residing at 517 Manhattan avenue, is at Providence, R. I. Miss Ida Shapoff, of 70 Newell street, is at Ocean Grove. The Rev. George W. Mooney, on Wednesday last, returned to his Summer residence at Ocean Grove, N. J. Mrs. MacDonald, 124 Java street, is at Goshen, Orange County, N.Y. Mrs. Daniel McCollum and the Misses McCollom, of India street, are at Southold, L. I. Misses Susie and Sarah Weselis, of 711Leonard street, are at Mount Marion, N. Y. Mrs. W. S. Flynn, of Meserole avenue, will go to Morristown, N. J. with her daughter. Mr. Lewis Walker, of the firm of A. K. Meserole & Co., has his family located at Hackettstown, N. J. Mr. Isaac L. Doughty, of 623 Leonard street, has his family at Kelley's Corners, N. Y. Miss Ida Belle Wood, one of the teachers of Public School No. 34, is at Mount Marion, N. Y. Miss Emma Weber, of 534 Leonard street, is at Hempstead, L. I. Miss Mamie Connolly, daughter of ex-Alderman John A. Connolly, of the Seventeenth Ward, is at Hempstead, L. I. Miss Mary Anderson, of 184 Kent street, is at Mount Marion, N.Y. Mr. E. M. Coryell, of 167 Eckford street, is at Vail's Gate, N. Y. Miss Irene Hill, of 121 Nassau avenue, is at Chatham , Westchester County, N. Y. Mrs. A. M. Barringer, who resides at 179 Manhattan avenue, is at Barrytown, N. Y. Mr. & Mrs. S. A. Coykendale, of Kent street, have exchanged their quarters at Liberty, Sullivan County for Asbury Park, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Cooper, of Bedford avenue, are at Liberty, Sullivan County, N. Y. On Monday next Mr. and Mrs. A. Shellas, of South Fifth street, will go to Ocean Grove, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd, of 112 Kent street, have transferred themselves from the mountains of Sullivan County to the sea breezes at Asbury Park, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Logan, of Kent street, are at Bay Shore, L. I. Miss Mary Reynolds, of Meserole avenue, has returned from Hunter. Miss Sophie Blanchard, of Huron street, has arrived home from Long Branch, N. J. Dr. Ira Van Gieson, of Kent street, is at Ocean Beach, N. J. Ex-Judge Chauncy Perry has arranged to take his family to Franconia, White Mountains, next week. Miss Libbie Penny, of the National Temperance Publication Society, did considerable work during the week at the temperance camp meeting at Ocean Grove. Mr. Jacob Nen has his family at the Atlantic Highlands. Mr. Albert L. Perry and Mrs. J. W. Cummings will pass the best part of August on a tour of recreation on the White Mountains. Justice Clark . Rhinehart and George H. Rowe, of the Seventeenth Ward, are in the Catskills for a brief respite. Mr. John Bremer, of Eckford street, is at Ocean Grove with his family. Mrs. Almira Smith, worthy matron of Harmonia Chapter, is at Southampton, L. I. Chris. Koch and family, of West and Huron streets, are at Liberty, Sullivan County, N. Y. Miss Nettie McEwen, a popular soprano in the Seventeenth Ward, who made her debut at Chickering Hall, New York, about two years ago, sailed yesterday for Glasgow, Scotland, on the steamer State of Nebraska of the State Line. Miss McEwen was accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James I. McEwen, and her brother, Mr. John D. McEwen. There was a large party of the friends of the family present at the time of the steamer's departure and wished the McEwen family a hearty bon voyage. They intend of spend several months abroad. Mr. Thomas Bell, of this city, is enjoying his vacation at Paradisa, Kan. and expects to return to the city next week. Miss Anna T. O'Brien, of Wolcott street, will spend the month of August in the Catskills. Miss Mamie O'Reilly, of Lawrence street, has just returned from a brief visit to Merrit's Corners, Sing Sing, Croton Lake and Mt. Kisco, being accompanied by Miss Nellie Merritt, of Merritt's Corners, N. Y. Miss Cora Gover and her brothers Edwin and Charles, of 231 Schermerhorn street, are among the Berkshire Hills. Messrs. H. W. St John and H. C. Koempel, of Putnam avenue, are on a two weeks' hunting expedition in the woods of Maine. As they are both expert shots many proofs of their skill are expected by their friends. Mrs. George Evans and daughter Evalina, of Hooper street, are at Asbury Park. Miss Josie Herrfeldt, of Second street, S. E. is at Neperau, Westchester County. Mrs. Albert J. Atkinson, of Monroe street and Nostrand avenue, with Master Willie and Miss Ella, are at their New England home, Newburyport, Mass. Mr. Fred A. Davis is spending his vacation in Berneville, Albany County, with his mother, who is in her 77th year. Mr. Lou Wernberg, a brother of Mr. Jerry Warnburg, left on the Cunarder Aurauia yesterday for Europe. Mr. Wernberg goes to establish a branch house for the sale of the extracts manufactured by his firm. He will return in September. (Typo or two brothers spelling their names differently?.......interesting) Thomas Adams, Jr. and family are spending the Summer at Sea Cliff, where Mr. Adams is furnishing lots of sport for his friends with his speedy Naphtha launch. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hurst and family are at Shelter Island. Mrs. William G. Sims, Jr., and son Frank, of Wycoff street, are at Far Rockaway. Robert R. Knox and family, Misses Mamie and Jennie Donaghy, Miss Maggie E. Campbell, Miss Alice Bennett, Miss Annie Heydt, Mr. Ernst Kreuder and family and Mrs. William Forrest are at Stanton Hill, Greene County, N. Y. Mrs. Mary Cummings and her son Artie, of Dean street, are spending a few weeks among the Thousand Island. Mrs. George McDonald and daughter, Mrs. William Hl. Wilson, of 255 Pacific street, are at Asbury Park. Miss Percie Crump, of Washington avenue, sailed on the Cunard steamship Aurania for her home in England. Mrs. M. F. H. Smith, soprano of the First Baptist Church, E. D., is with her children in Lewis County. Miss Nellie Bronson, of 127 North Oxford street, will spend the month of August among the mountains of Sullivan County. The engagement of Miss Addie P. Hamilton to Mr. Francis Gross, Jr. is announced. Miss Mabel R. Swartz, of Bergen street, will spend the month of August at Oyster Bay, L. I. Miss G. Cecil Simonson, who has been traveling for the past month, is expected to arrive at Long Branch very soon. Mr. Milo L. Voight, of Wyckoff street, has gone to the Catskills for six weeks. Mr. Francis Gross has just returned from a three month's sojourn in Europe. William H. Aitken and wife are at New London and Newport for two weeks. Mrs. Ferdinand Reiss and family, of Macon street, are at Cornwell on the Hudson. Misses Josie and Jennie Farrell, of South Elliott place, and Miss Mamie Burgmyer, of Herkimer street, are at Patchogue, L. I. Mrs. and Miss Maguire, of 28 St. James place, are at Point Pleasant, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Cholwell with Master Madison Cholwell, of South Portland avenue, were at Flushing, L I. Mr., Mrs. and Miss Kent, of Second place, and Miss Tillie Buckbee, of 230 Carroll street, are spending two weeks at Jefferson, in the Catskills. Mrs. Morris Renwick Dyett, of the Hill, is at Southampton, L. I. Dr. Francis W. Bowron, of Tompkins avenue, is at Shelter Island with his mother and sisters. Miss Kate Cochrane, of Lafayette avenue, is at Westfield, Union County, N.J. Miss Florence M. Clark, the daughter of William M. Clark, of Lexington avenue, is at Saratoga. Miss Maggie MacDougall, of 320 Hart street, is at Lancaster, Pa. Mrs. A. Searight Murphy, of 332 President street, has returned from a visit to friends in Boston, and will spend August at Asbury Park. Mr,. R. M. Stiles goes to the Adirondacks, making his first stop at Chestertown. He intends to go hence as far northward as his fortnight's time will permit. Master Alexander S. and Delafield S. Murphy, of 332 President street, are spending their vacation at Whitestone, L. I. Miss Annie Hickson, of 100 Cumberland street, is at Ocean Grove. Miss Mollie and Kittie Lang will spend their vacation at Five Mile River, near Roton Point. Arthur Wright sailed yesterday on the French line Steamer La Champagne. He will be absent about six weeks. Mrs. A. M. Barnes, 566 Pacific street, will visit Roton Point with some friends for a week, then go to Atlantic City, where she will be joined by Mrs. George E. Peckham. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Ruger, Miss Ruger, Miss Fannie E. Marsh, Miss Becker, in company. sailed for Germany on Thursday on the streamer Gellert, of the Hamburg line. Miss Maggie E. Brumann, of Henry street, has been spending the past week with her cousin, Miss Minnie Ryan, of Lexington avenue, New York. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Aitken, of Lafyette avenue, are spending a few days with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wells, at Riverhead, L. I. Miss H. C. Campbell, of Willoughby avenue, has been spending a few weeks at Springfield and Grandville, Mass. She left there on Friday last for Waterford, Maine, where she will remain until some time in September. Mrs. C. D. Farley, widow of the late Dr. James L. Farley, is at Springfield, Mass. Mrs. Frank Coleman, Miss Josie Louise Coleman and Master Samuel Avila Coleman are at Orient, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip J. McEvoy, Mr. S. Golding and Mr. R. H. Davison, will Summer at Hunter, in the Catskills. William J. McCahill, Will Fruin, John J. Murphy and James Minniter are at Haines' Falls, in the Catskills. Miss Jo Murphy, of Public School No. 42, is at Hunter, and Mr. John J. Murphy is spending his vacation at Haines' Falls, in the Catskills. Charles Schwartz, of Jefferson avenue, and E. A. King, of Rochester avenue, have returned from a two weeks' stay, spent in hunting and fishing, in the mountains of Sullivan County. Mr. W. H. Sealey, of the TIMES compoing room, has taken his family to Ocean Beach, N. J. Mr. Henry Bogel, of 288 Manhattan avenue, has taken his family to Liberty, NY Mr. Edward Perry, of Calyer street, will pass a few days at Ocean Beach, N. J. Mr. Edward S. Knapp, one of the owners of the Greenpoint Ferry Company, is with his family at Bay Shore, L. I. The Rev. Wendelin Guhl, the rector of St. Alphonso's Roman Catholic Church, Kent street, Greenpoint, is recovering from the effects of a sunstoke which prostrated him over two weeks ago while he was superintending the laying of a concrete pavement in front of his church and parochial residence. Mrs. A. S. Caswell and daughters, of 255 Clinton street, will depart during the week for the interior of the State. They will spend the season at various resorts, returning in September. Mrs. R. J. Morrison and her son Russell, of 215 Macon street, are in Newport, R. I. where they will remain the rest of the Summer. Miss Jessie A. Beam, of Waverly avenue, is spending a short time in the Catskills at a place called Big Indian. Dr. E. E. Scofield, of the Seventeenth Ward, is about to erect a Summer residence at Bay Shore, L. I. Mr. John F. Ryan and family, of the Nineteenth Ward, are at Bay Shore, L. I. Ex-Assessor James L. Jensen departed on Friday evening for Monticello, Orange County, N. Y. Rev. Charles N. Woelfkin, formerly of Greenpoint, is about to settle in Hackettstown, N. J. Miss Carrie Perry, of Calyer street, will depart for the White Mountains next week. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Walker, of Oakland street, are at Ocean Grove. The Rev. Thomas H. Burch, of the Greenpoint M. E. Tabernacle, and Mr. John Mooney, of the Seventeenth Ward, will depart for Europe next Saturday. Superintendent Edward Brooks, of the Greenpoint Post Office, has returned from Ocean Beach. Ex-Assessor Daniel J. Walsh, of the Seventeenth Ward, is enjoying a well earned vacation. Mrs. J. D. Bowne and her daughter Lulu, of Milton street, are at Rye, Westchester Count Mr. Louis Frees, Jr., of 104 Kent street, will spend the month of August among the Shawangunk Mountains. Mrs. J. M. Narwood of 48 Oakland street, has returned from Newburgh and Liberty and will start next week for Setauket, L. I. Miss Jessie Collins of 77 India street, who has been for the past month at Irvingon, N. J., has returned to her home. The Rev. A. S. Gumbart, pastor of the Noble street Baptist Church, is slowly recovering from a serious illness. He will remain at Belle Island, Conn. until September. The Rev. D. Savage, of the Orchard Primitive Methodist Church, will not take an extended outing this Summer. He will occupy his putpit every Sunday. The Rev. Father McGronan, of St. Anthony's R. C. Church, has gone to Niagara Falls and Canada. The Rev. Patrick McNamara spent last week at Cutchogue, where he was the guest of the Rev. Father Foley. Mrs. William M. Gibson is summering at the residence of her father, John H. Rhodes, at East Moriches. Mrs. W. E. Hedding and child are at Nyack on the Hudson. Mrs.J. B. Davis and children ate at Irondequoit, near Rochester. Master Sailmaker John A. Long leaves for Maine on one month's leave to-morrow. Mrs. H. R. VanKeuren and family are at Andes in the Catskills. Captain James Ward will spend the month of August at Essex and New Haven and New Haven., Conn. Chief Engineer Moore, of the Department of Steam Engineering at the Navy Yard, and his family to to Bar Harbor to-morrow, to remain a month. Mr. Charles G. Edmonds, Miss Mary B. Edmunds and Mrs. Charles E. Lyles have returned from Lake Hopatcong. Miss Sadie Bastrum, of 107 Franklin avenue, is at Crawford, Ulster County, NY A. Van Kauren, of 36 Putnam avenue, will go to Good Ground, L. I. Mrs. Frank S. Henderson and daughter Mamie, of 302 Pearl street, are at Highland Mills, Orange County, N. Y. Mrs. John Worthington and Mr. Arthur Worthington, of Jay street, are at South Durham, Catskill. Miss Mary Worthington, of Jay street, is at East Sherbrooke, Can. Mr. and Mrs. Foster L. Backus have left town to visit their farm in St. Lawrence County, New York. They will travel all the way in their carriage and stop at all the different points of interest. Mrs. Charles T. Austin and daughter, Dollie, of Quincy street; Mrs. Frank P. Roome and daughter, of Lafayette avenue; Charles T. Austin and Frank P. Roome will go to Cutchogue. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Robertson, of Dean street, expect to sail from Liverpool on the steamship City of Rome on August 3. Mr. Robertson 's visit to England was a profitable one. Among the personal friendships he has formed is that of Rev. Dr. Joseph Parker. Walter E. Powers, of this city, general manager of the Springfield Silk Mills Company, has just been elected president of the Edgewater Silk Company, whose factory is located at Mount Carmel, Conn. Mr. Powers' long experience in the silk business will prove a good acquisition to the company. Miss Emma Foddy, of Chauncey street, is at Saratoga until September. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Fiche have gone to Saratoga to spend two weeks in August, from whence they will go and spend the remainder of August at Long Branch. Miss Loo Curron, formerly of Prospect Heights, now a resident of Murray Hill, New York, is spending the Summer at Roton Point, Conn. C. Warren Hamilton and family are at Madison, Conn. Miss Mamie Gilbert and her brother, Roscoe Conkling Gilbert, of 184 Adelphi street, are spending a few weeks at Schenectady. The Misses C. and J. Piazzo, of 1105 Pacific street, will spend the month of August at Cairo, Catskill. The Misses Josephine and Ida Bayer, of 83 Myrtle avenue, are spending the Summer in the Catskills. The mistake was made in last Sunday's EAGLE of mentioning E. Theall, Jr, as a graduate of Annapolis. It appears he only entered that institution in May last. Miss Hattie S. Carter, of this city, has just returned from a two weeks' sojourn at Rutherford Park, N. J., where she was the guest of ex-Judge Ward's daughter. Miss Mamie Smith, of Washington street, is spending the Summer with friends in Canada. Miss Madeline Goepper, and Miss Mamie McCourt, of Dean street, are at Wappinger's Falls. Mr. W. W. Goodrich and Judge Pratt, have been salmon fishing on the Bonaventure River, Quebec. They had excellent success having killed forty-five salmon in nine days, the largest being twenty-nine pounds. Misses S. S. and Virgiknia Hopkins, of Fort Hamilton, left yesterday for the Catskills. H. D. McCutcheon and wife are visiting at Contoocook, N. Y. Henry H. Thorns and wife are in the Highlands of the Navesink, N. J. Miss Jennie Voorhees, of 53 Irving place, is in Nyack, N. Y. Miss Katie Redding, Miss Dorah Oscartash, Miss Mary J. Smith, Miss Jessie Marsh, Miss Annie B. Central and Miss Hattie Stacy, all of Hudson avenue, are at Cairo, Greene County. Mrs. J. Stewart and family are in the Catskill Mountains, Cairo County, N.Y. Mr. Warren S. Crook has been confined at his house since May 5 from a stroke of paralysis. He is able to take an occasional drive and will no doubt be well enough in a few weeks to go to the country for recuperation. Mrs. Edward Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marshall, Sr., and Miss Hattie Robinson are in Europe.
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