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CONTENTS. 



General Information 1 1, 12 

The Picturesque Catskill ^Mountains — 

13. 15. 17. 19 

Map Catskill IMountains 9 

Rates from New York to Catskill 

JNIountain Points 23, 24 

Stage Connections, Catskill 22 

Stage Connections on line U. & D. 

R. R 21 

Catskill Mountain Resorts. 

Big Indian 25 

Cairo 25 

Catskill 25 

East Windham 25 

Freehold 27 

Gardiner 2J 

Haines Falls 27 

Highland 29 

Hunter 29 

Kingston 31 

Kiskatom 31 

Lake Mohonk 31 

Leeds 31 

Lexington :^2) 

Margaretville 34 

New Paltz 34 

Other Resorts 43 to '/2 

Palenville 34 

Phoenicia 35, y] 

Pine Hill 27 

Poughkeepsie 38 

Purling 38 

Shokan 38 

Springtown 39 

South Cairo 39 

Stamford 39 

Tannersville 39 

Walden 40 

WallkiU 40 

West Hurley 40 

Windham 40 

Woodland 41 

Special Pages. 

American, The 78 

Am.erican Glen Farm House 81 

Breeze Hill Hotel 79 



Central View House '/'/ 

Churchill Hall 85 

DuBois, J. S 86 

Freehold House. The 75 

Gara's Hotel T7 

Hazel Hurst Cottage 78 

Hotel Hamilton 85 

Hotel Hollenbeck 83 

Kniffen, A 86 

Monroe House 76 

O'Hara House 76 

Phoenicia Hotel "/"J 

Re.xmere, The 85 

Rip Van Winkle House 84 

Shady Glen House 74 

St. Charles Hotel 80 

Story's Hall "JZ 

Sunset Park Inn 82 

LTnique, The 82 

Washington Inn Outside back cover 

Illustrations. 

Catskill Evening Line Steamer 

Kaaterskill 26 

Catskill IMountain Railway 16 

Fawn's Leap 14 

Haines Falls, Bird's-Eye View 29 

Hudson River Day Line Steamer 

New York 20 

Lexington, Bird's-Eye View 2i'i 

Lexington Iron Bridge 30 

Lake INIohonk 31 

Palisades, near Fort Lee Ty2 

Pine Hill, View from Piazza, Rip 

Van Winkle House 34 

Phoenicia Brook Trout 35 

Phoenicia, Bird's-Eye View 36 

Picturesque Spot in Greene Co 25 

Rip Van Winkle 10 

Rip's Rock 38 

Simpson Rapids 2,(i 

Slide Mountain and Wittenberg, 

from Grand View t,q 

Stamford's Main Street 40 

Sunset Rock rS 

Tiskelwa Falls 36 

Twilight 'Park 28 

Typical of Greene Co 41 

We^t Point. Looking North m. 



For Index to Advertisements, etc., see Page 7. 



Index to Advertisements. 



Albany Day Line Steamers Inside back Cover 

American, The 8i 

American Glen Farm House 78 

Breeze Hill Hotel 79 

Catskill Evening Line Steamers 96 

Central View House Tj 

Churchill Hall 85 

Dedrick, George T] 

Du Bois, J.S 86 

Eggleston, B. S 78 

Elliott, S. M 74 

Everett & Treadwell Co 94 

Forsyth & Davis 90 

Freehold House 75 

Freehold Houses "/},, ~.\, 75 

Freytag & Maier 84 

Gara, H. B 17 

Gara's Hotel 77 

Gregory & Barnes 91 

Haines Falls Houses 82, 83 

Hazel Hurst Cottage ^ 78 

Hotel Hamilton ' 85 

Hollender. Fred., & Co 92 

Hotel HoUenbeck 85 

Hunt. Willard J 75 

Hunter Houses 77, 78, 79, 80 

Kniffen, A 86 

Kus-Kus Specialty Company 89 

Lasher, Frank 82 

Lexington Houses 76 

^Jollner, H. S 80 

Monroe House 76 

Municipal Ownership Publishing Companv 87 

O'Hara's, B., & Son '. '. 76 

O'Hara House 76 

Phoenicia Hotel 77 

Pine Hill Houses 84 

Prosky, S Outside back Cover 

Purling Houses 77 

Renner, R. W 83 

Reliance Oil & Grease Co., The 88 

Rexmere, The 85 

Rider. W. H 95 

Rip Van Winkle House 84 

Rowley. A. J 78 

Shady Glen House 74 

Skelton, F ■ go 

Stansford Hotels 85 

St. Charles Hotel 80 

Stock & Cordts 93 

Story. William R 72, 

Story's Hall 7}, 

Sunset Park Tnn 82 

Sunset Park Inn & Water Co 82 

Tannersville Houses 8r 

Unique. The 82 

Van Valkenburgh. J. M.. & Son 76 

Washington Tnn Outs'de back Cover 

Werbel, Louis 79 

Winchell. W. B 77 

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RIP VAN WINKLE. 



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General Information. 




HE object of this book is to furnish all data possible to 
those seeking information regarding a place to spend 
their vacation. With this in view, we desire to say 
there is no better place than the Catskill Mountains, 
where pure air, fine scenery, natural enjoyment, health 
and pleasure are all combined. 

"If thou are worn and hard beset 
With sorrows that thou wouldst forget. 
If thou wouldst read a lesson that will keep 
Thy heart from fainting and th}- soul from sleep, 
Go to the woods and hills !— No tears 
Dim the sweet look that Nature wears." 

— LongfclloiiK 



The modest boarding houses, which generally afford good ac- 
commodations at moderate charge, as well as the large palatial hotels, 
appear in the lists published herein ; although there are a great number 
of respectable farm and village residences in the Catskill Mountains, at 
which families can be accommodated at reasonable rates. The cost of 
a summer's vacation necessarily depends on one's habits and resources. 
There is no region in the vicinity of New York, where the rich and poor 
alike can secure so much for their money as in the Catskill mountains. 

People of wealth have al>undant opportunities for displaying their 
preference for the large hotels, while those of small incomes have it in 
their power to reduce their expenses down to the narrowest limits. 
Particular information regarding terms may be found in the Hotel and 
PJoarding House Lists following the descriptive matter in this book. 

The Catskills are dotted with innumerable clear, cold lakes and grid- 
ironed with streams. l)oth large and small. In this great natural health 
resort mav l!e delightfully passed the "season's idle day." 



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Every pliysician realizes that patients requiring a change should 
resort to some place where there is a large preponderance of sunshiny 
days, combined with a temperature that will admit of much outdoor ex- 
posure, where it is neither too cold nor oppressively warm ; where the 
food is wholesome and the air and water pure. There is probably no 
section of this country where these conditions are so completely met as 
in the Catskill Mountains. 

The annual exodus of the residents of our great cities, from its 
sun-baked walls and streets, is not a fad, but a necessity. Tt has been 
clearly demonstrated that to retain health one must spend a portion of 
the heated summer period in nature's great sanatorium — the mountains. 

To those who breath, for months, the city's impure air, a sojourn 
amid the wind-swept, sun-kissed moimtains, with their dry, cool, bracing 
air, acts as a great tonic and permits to be stored up, vitality to meet 
another vear's eriud of business and household cares. 




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The Picturesque Catskill Mountains 

Are Within Three Hours' Travel of New York City and Cover an 
Area of 100 Square Miles. Owing to Their Wonderful 
Beauty and Varied Attractions, Thousands of 
People Spend the Entire Summer There. 





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HERE are few groups of mountains in this country where 
such a perspective of nature may be had to better ad- 
vantage than in the Catskills — made famous in fiction 
by Washington Irving as the haunt, the sleeping couch 
and awakening of Rip Van Winkle. This wonderful 
group of mountains, situated a hundred miles up the 
Hudson, is composed of more than fifty peaks, ranging 
1 in height from 2,000 feet to 4,220. Between these mighty 
piles of earth and stone— rugged and wild— are beautiful 
valleys, exquisite pastoral scenes, and all outward signs of a quiet, happy, 
domestic life. As the mountains open out into the valleys they break 
into de&p somber gorges where snow and ice are almost perennial and 
the waters, in starting on their course to the sea, leap over the weathered 
cliffs, dashing themselves into mist and spray on the rocks beneath, then 
gurgle and sing their way through the fern and stone environed sluices 
and cataracts of the ravines in their serpentine course to the plains. 

"O Spirit of the mountain ! 

O toiler deep of j'ore ! 
Vast is thy past behind thee, 

Thy future ere before. 

We call thee everlasting. 
Our life is like a day; 

With time and tide against thee? 
Must thou, too, pass away?" 

From the sunnnit of some of these mountains the earth spreads 
out in a grand panorama, like an immeasurable topographical disk, 
etched and painted by nature into a scene-immense and sublime. 
Lesser mountains like so many mounds are brought into relief in the 
perspective, while lakes and rivers like threads and crescents ot silver 
shimmer between. The great farming areas in the mountain slopes and 
plains are fretted up into squares and uneven angles, displaying a wealth 
of colors in the green fields, woodlands and blooming foliage, which, 




FAWN'S LEAP, KAATERSKILL CLOVE. 



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from such a great distance, with t!ie radiations of the sun tin-ough the 
atmosphere. Ijlend into a gorgeous nudticolored eiTect of surpassmg 
beauty. 

The Catskills and the fragmentary chains of mountains King about 
on the outskirts, belonging to the group, cover an area of about a 
hundred square miles. There are scores of picturesque villages in their 
valleys, on their slopes and summits, endowed by nature with such 
charms of scenery, rustic trysts, wierd and curious features, mvigorating 
air. ])ure cold water and many restful nooks and corners that give buoy- 
anc\' and life and vivaciousness of spirit. 

Location and Approaches. 

Xew Yorkers may well consider themselves fortunate that the 
Catskills are so conveniently situated and other great eastern cities, 
that the millions of people in these cities, accustomed for most ot the 
year to the salt climate of the seacoast climate, may find there a complete 
change both in climate and scenery. Indeed, from Greater New York, 
which alone holds nearly 4,000,000 people, the refreshing change and 
diversity of scenery marks the course from the very boundaries of this 
great city. It matters little whether the course is laid by rail or water ; 
only the water trip gives the better air from the start and prolongs the 
shifting views in transit, while it necessarily defers the grand coup of 
the gorgeous spectacle awaiting the visitor in the mountains. 

By water the trip is a day or a night, and by rail but three or four 
hours. The sail up the Hudson by day or in moonlight is ideal. The 
anchorage groimds in the river above Harlem are usually occupied by 
battleships and other war craft of several nations, while the l)eautiful 
Palisades hold a perpetual charm in their sheer rock cliffs. Then come 
various towns of interest, including West Point and Sing Sing, and the 
distant view of the Catskill peaks which can be seen for fifty miles or 
more while approaching" them. There are two or three steamboat lines 
which cover the distance both ways day and night. 

Great railroad lines are laid on both the east and west shores of 
the Hudson and regularly connect with the several approaches to the 
mountains. 

The Catskills lie back from the river about nine miles in air line, 
though the distance seems much shorter. This is especially so when 
viewed from the river front summit : for it would seem almost that one 
could jump from their awful rock crowned peaks into the waters — so 
illusive is the element of distance on a clear day. 




CATSKILL MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 



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Otis Elevating Railway. 

The usual railroad and steamboat terminal approaches are at or 
across the Hudson from Kingston and Catskill stations. The former 
approaches the most interesting section from the southeast side, and 
the latter from the northeast side. Just which should offer the better 
advantage is dependent upon the objective point of the visitor. Catskih 
station, however, lies nearer the center of the mountain region and 
offers the short cut to the Kaaterskill summit by way of the Otis Ele- 
vating Railway up the mountain side. This remarkable cable road is 
7,000 feet long, and in that stretch lifts its passengers 1,600 feet to an 
elevation of 2,200 feet above the level of the sea. The engine which 
operates the cable of this road is stationary. The trains consist each 
of a passenger and baggage car which co-operate with each other in 
gripping the double cable — the one ascending and the other descending. 
Each train is capable of carrying about 100 passengers with baggage, 
and of being run the distance every ten or fifteen minutes. This now 
famous Otis Incline is a part of the Catskill ]\Iountain Railroad, which 
connects at the sununit with a narrow-gauge railroad (also a part of the 
system) running down to Haines Corners, tapping the vicinities of the 
Kaaterskill Park and lake— the legendary haunts of Rip A'an Winkle, 
the Kaaterskill Falls, Haines Falls, Twilight Park, Santa Cruz Park, 
Sunset Park and Tannersville. 

Beautiful Scenery at Catskill, Cairo, and Round Top. 

Another branch of the Catskill railway, independently operated, 
extends from Catskill village on the Hudson to Cairo, a distance of about 
ten miles. The scenery along this short narrow-gauge road is very 
Ijicturesque, inviting a constant interchange of attention between the 
rural scenes, rumbling cascades and rock fissures along its line, and the 
great Cairo Round Top a few miles away, which the railroad flanks on 
the east and north sides. This "Round Top" is highly suggestive 01 
volcanic eruption, and more nearly resembles an extinct volcano than any 
live mountain, for it is almost barren of foliage, and its raw bubble-like 
shape shows on its sides the rough, congealed terraces of a later spas- 
modic eruption. This warty dwarf of a mountain, directly overlooking 
Cairo and Purling, is a formidable gate-keeper of the high evergreen 
peaks beyond its threshold. 

Cairo and Purling and several villages within short stage drives of 
them are very popular with summer visitors on account of their locations, 
which are easily accessible to the mountains, and also to the railroads 
and steamship lines. These towns, being themselves high in altitude. 




SUNSET ROCK, HAINES FALLS. 



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command excellent views of the monntains. All through the area about 
and to Catskill village are beautiful drives, footpaths, picnic grounds and 
"particular things to see." There are many high-class summer hotels 
and boarding houses, affording accommodations for thousands of people. 



"I wandered afar from the land of my loirth, 
I saw old rivers renowned upon Earth ; 
But fancy still painted that wide-flowing stream, 
With the many-hued pencil of infancy's dream. 

'I saw the green banks of the castle-crowned Rhine, 
Where the grapes drink the moonlight and change into wine, 
I stood by the Avon whose waves as they glide 
Still whisper his glory who sleeps by their side. 

'But my heart would still yearn for the sound of the waves. 
That sing as they flow by my forefathers' graves ; 
If manhood yet honors my check with a tear, 
I care not who sees it — nor blush for it here. 

'In love to the deepTiosomed stream of the West. 
I fling this loose blossom to float on its breast ; 
Nor let the dear love of its children grow cold. 
Till the channel is dry where its waters have rolled." 

— Holmes. 




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STAGE CONNECTIONS. 

The Catskill Mountains. 

ARKMLLE. — Daily throughout the year : For MargaretviUe 2 miles, 
fare 15 cents; Daily except Sunday, throughout the year; Dunraven, 
6 miles, fare 25 cents ; Andes, 12 miles, fare 75 cents ; Lake Delaware, 
20 miles, fare $1.25; Delhi, 26 miles, fare $1.50. 

Dailv, except Sunday, throughout the year: For Arena, 8 miles, 
fare 50 cents; Union Grove, 12 miles, fare 75 cents: Shavertown, 15 
miles, f?re $1.00; Pepacton, 19 miles, fare $1.25: Downsville, 26 
miles, fare $1.50. 

BIG INDIAN. — Daily, except Sunday, throughout the year: For Oliverea, 
3 miles, fare 25 cents; Slide ^Mountain P. ().. 5 miles, fare 50 cents; 
Winnisook Lodge, 8>^ miles, fare 75 cents: Branch, 12 miles, fare 
$1.00: Frost Valley, 15 miles, fare $1.00: Claryville, 22 miles, fare 
$1.25. 

BLOOMX'ILLE.— Daily, except Sunday, throughout the year: For Delhi, 

8 miles, fare 75 cents ; Bovina Centre, 6 miles, fare 50 cents. 
Delhi stage also connects with morning train on Sundays. 

GRAND CiORGE.— Daily, except Sunday, throughout the year: For 
Prattsvil.le, 5 miles, fare 50 cents ; Gilboa, 4] 2 miles, fare 40 cents. 

HL'NTER. — For Lexington, 9 miles, fare $1.00; Hensonville, 7 miles, 

fare 75 cents; Windham, 9 miles, fare $1.00; Jewett. 9 miles, fare 

$1.00; Ashland, 14 miles, fare $1.25. 
SHANDAKEN.— Daily, except Sunday, throughout the year : For I'.ush- 

nellville, 41/. miles, fare 35 cents ; Westkill, S'/; miles, fare 75 cents ; 

Lexington, 12^ miles, fare $1.00. 
STA^IFDRD.— Daily, except Sunday, throughout the year: For Har- 

persfield Centre, 4 miles, fare 25 cents. 

Dailv, except Sunday, throughout the yeir: Vox South Jcft'erson, 

3 miles, fare 25 cents ; Jefferson, 7 miles, fare 50 cents : Summit, 

Schoharie County, 14 miles, fare $1.25: Richmondville, 18 miles, fare 

$1.50. 
A\'EST HURLEY. — During the sunnrier months only: For Mead's 

^Mountain House, 8 miles, fare $1.00. For Overlook Mountain Hcmse, 

9 miles, fare $1.23. 

Dailv, except Sunday, throughout the year: For Woodstock, 5 
miles, fare 25 cents: r.earsville. 7 miles, fare },S cents: Lake Hill. 10 
miles, fare 50 cents. 






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Stage Connections from Cairo on Catskill Mountain 
& Cairo Railroad. 

URINCi the months June to September, inchisive, stages will 
F) run from the Cairo Station of the Catskill ^fountain & Cairo 
Railway to the points named below, leaving Cairo at 12 o'clock 
noon, daily, except Sunday. In addition to the regular noon 
stao-e, an afternoon stage will be run from Cairo on arrival of 
train connecting with Hudson River Day Line for points indicated below 
wdth a star (thus -)• Livery will be in attendance for other points. 



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East Windham 

Freehold* 

Hensonville 

Oak Hill* 

Potters Hollow* 

Preston Hollow* 

Prattsville 

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Union Society 

Windham 

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tion is made with the OTIS RAILWAY for Catskill Mountain House, 
Hotel Kaaterskill, Laurel House, Haines Falls, Twilight Park and Tan- 
nersville. The ascent of the mountain, from this i)oint, is made in ten 
minutes. 

OTIS SUMMIT, at the summit of the Otis incline railway, is 300 
feet from the Catskill ^fountain House and one mile from Hotel Kaat- 
erskill. At Otis Summit connection is made by the Catskill & Tanners- 
ville Railway for Laurel House, Haines' Corners, Twilight Park and 
Tannersville. Stages from Hotel Kaaterskill meet passengers at Otis 
Summit. 

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Big Indian, Ulster County, 






S thirty-six miles from Kingston and is the nearest rail- 
way station to the great slide mountain. Altitude is 
1.200 feet above the sea. Those who have not seen 
this vallev have a treat in store. 



Cairo, Greene County. 



This beautiful village is ten miles from Catskill 
and is located near Round Top Mountain, facing the 
Hudson X'alley. For miles around the country is 
dotted here and there with Hotels. The scenery is rugged and drives 
superb. Many of the places are situated on the side of the mountains, 
with an unobstructed view of the valleys. Stage starts from Cairo for 
Freehold, Shady (den. South Durham. East Windham, Windham and 
Prattsville. 

Catskill, Greene County. 

Is a thriving village on the Hudson River, being one hundred and 
eleven miles from New York, and can be reached by the West Shore 
Railroad, Hudson River Day Line, and the Catskill Evening Line. At 
Catskill many hotels can l)e found. 










A PICTURESQUE SPOT IN GREENE CO. 

East Windham, Greene County. 

.\ charming village, is ten miles from Cairo. This place is situated 
on the northern bluff of the mountains: 1.880 feet above the sea: the 



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scenery is most magnificent. Green Mountains of Vermont and the 
White Mountains of New Hampshire can be plainly seen. East Wmd- 
ham is reached by stage from Cairo. 



Freehold, Greene County. 



This attractive place is located a short drive west of Cairo, and is 
situated in the most pleasant portion of the Catskill Mountains. This 
section is noted for its healthful climate and beautiful scenery. Con- 
nected with the houses, are large farms, from which those wlio are so 
fortunate as to spend their vacation, will find an abundance of vegetables, 
milk, cream, butter, eggs and poultry. The Catskill Creek runs through 
the vihage. The roads for driving are fine; rates for livery reasonable; 
churches of all denominations within easy access. Spacious lawns and 
large shade trees plentiful. A numl^er of people spend their vacation in 
this village, and well they might, for there is no healthier place to be 
found. Those who enjoy out-door exercise will find it a real treat to 
visit this beautiful spot; sports of all kinds, such as boating, fishing, 
lawn tennis and croquet are indulged in to a great extent. Akitude of 
1,500 feet above the sea and for years has been a favorite summer resort. 




BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF SHADY GLEN, N. Y. 

Gardiner, Ulster County. 

Gardiner is a thriving village of two hundred inhabitants and 1: 
beautifully situated in the WaUkill valley— the most picturesque valley h 
the State. 

Haines Falls, Greene County. 

Is forty-three miles from Kingston, and fourteen miles from Catskill 
The elevation is 1,900 feet above the sea. The place has a number c 
hotels and large boarding houses. This village is situated at the hea> 



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of the famous Kauterskill Cove, which is the most beautiful spot in the 
Catskills. Artists have been endeavoring to produce a perfect picture 
of this cove for years, yet, with all their talent they have been unable 
to improve on nature. At the head of this canyon the water madly 
plunges over a fall 160 feet. You will find one fall af.er another until 
Palenville is reached, which is a distance of fotu" miles from Haines Falls. 
In this vicinity there are many points of interest, which are as follows : 
The famous Kaaterskill and Haines Falls, the Hotel Kaaterskill and the 
historic Catskill Motmtain and Laurel Houses, the wonderful Plattekill, 
Kaaterskill and Stony Cloves, the towering Hunter Mountain, Alt. Lin- 
coln, Romantic Sleepy Hollow and Rip \'an Winkle's region ; while 
the surrounding mountain sides are dotted with quaint and beautiful 
parks, including Onteora, Elka, Schoharie, Glen, Sunset, and Twilight 
Parks. From Twilight Park one can overlook the mountains and see 
the Hudson River, a scene beyond description. 




BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF HAINES FALLS, N. Y. 

Highland, Ulster County. 

Highland village is one and a half miles from the station and has 
become well known as a summer resort. The Highland Valley Stream 
is most beautiful ; on the banks of which are a number of good boarding 
hovises. 



Hunter, Greene County. 



The village of Hunter is a most picturescjue place, situated on the 
Kaaterskill branch of L'lster and Delaware Railroad ; distance from 



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Kingston is forty-three miles. Elevation is i,6io feet. The village is two 
miles long" and the main street is occupied on both sides by hotels 
and lieantifid houses, surrounded by shaded lawns. wSchoharie Creek- 
runs through Hunter. 

Kingston, Ulster County, 

Has a supply of pure water from the mountains ; two electric railroads, 
and all the improvements of a first-class city. Kingston has become a 
great manufactiu-ing town and bids fair to rival any city on the Hudson. 

Kistatom, Greene Gounty. 

Is located five miles from Catskill ; can be reached by stage ; and com- 
mands a fine view of the motmtains. Altitude above the sea is 
700 feet. There are many beautiful groves in this vicinity. Also 
boating, fishing, bathing, lawn tennis and croquet grounds, where one 
may enjoy themselves without molestation. 

Lake Mohonk, Ulster County. 

The Mohonk House is situated on the edge of Lake Mohonk and 
conmiands a most magnificent view. The rear of the hotel looks out 
upon the Rondout \ alley, surrounded b}' Shandaken and Catskill 
Mountains. 




LAKE MOHONK. 

Leeds, Greene County. 

Leeds is four miles from Catskill, on the Catskill Mountain Rail- 
way. This is a quaint old village, whose landmarks are curiosities and 
the surrounding country most picturesque. Altitude is 500 feet above 
the sea. 



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Lexington, Greene County. 



In the very heart of the Catskills, i,6oo feet al)ove the level of the 
sea, at the foot-hills of the celebrated Vly Mountain, which rises 3,888 
feet above the village, lies the beautiful hamlet of Lexington ; one of 
the most widely known and delightful summer resorts in this grand 
range. 

Lexington is located on the banks of the Schoharie River, a stream 
of the purest mountain spring water, which, after winding its way 






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BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF LEXINGTON, N. Y. 

through forest and field, for eighteen miles, widens as it approaches 
the village, forming the beautiful Crystal Lake, the finest sheet of water 
in the mountains, for boating. The Schoharie and its tributaries are 
unquestionably the best trout streams to be found in the Catskills. 

Situated in an east and west valley "where mountain breezes blow," 
on high ground with high peaks on either hand, climatic conditions are 
particularly desirable. 

Through vestibule trains (with observation cars attached) are now 
run over the West Shore and Lester & Delaware Railroads to Hunter, 
N. Y. A drive of eight miles over fine mountain roads lands you at 
Lexington five and one-half hours after leaving New York. 

The Albany Day Boats afford a most delightful trip up the Hud- 
son, connecting with fast trains at Kingston Point for Hunter. 

Lexington is most central to all points of interest in the mountains. 
Nearly all of which can be made in a day's drive. 



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Being nine miles from Hunter, furnishes the finest scenery to be 
found in the Catskill Mountains. A number of people spend their vaca- 
tion in this village, and well they might, for there is no healthier place 
to be found. Those who enjoy out-door exercise will find it a real treat 
to visit this beautiful spot ; sports of all kinds, such as boating, fishing, 
lawn tennis and croquet are indulged in to a great extent. Altitude of 
Lexington is i,6oo feet above the sea and for years has been a favorite 
summer resort. 




IRON BRIDGE AT LEXINGTON, N. Y. 

Margaretville, Delaware County. 

Is one and one-half miles from Arkville ; forty-six miles from Kingston. 
This resort is most beautiful, being situated on the Delaware River, at 
the foot of Pahatakan Mountain. Altitude 1,350 feet above the sea. 
Margaretville overlooks the Delaware valley, which is a beautiful sight 
to behold. Good boating and fishing. 

New Paltz, Ulster County. 

Is situated in the historic and charming valley of the Wallkill, at the 
foot of the Shawangunk Mountains. Located in a beautiful farming 
country, through which runs the winding Wallkill River ; mountain 
view^ unsurpassed. 

Palenville, Greene County. 

This place is sixteen miles from Catskill, situated at the foot of the 
mountains and is reached by the Catskill ]\Iountain Railway. Altitude is 
680 feet above the sea. Palenville affords many attractions and has a 
number of first class boarding houces. 



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Phoenicia in the Catskills. 

HEN the tourist has fairly entered the Esopus A'alley 
which winds its graceful curves at the foot of high 
mountain peaks, he soon marvels at the beauty of the 
soft lines that encircle his limited horizon, and wonders 
where he will direct his way, as on every side the steep 
inclines of the near by mountains seem to close upon 
him as an impassable wall. Still farther and farther 
proceeds his fiery steed, unfolding before him ever 
changing and ever charming sceneries. At one of the 
first stops in the mountains, a long list of names of places is called 
to his attention ; he has arrived at the juncture of the main arteries of 
the railroads in the Catskills. This station is Phoenicia, an ideal spot 
for rest and pleasure as Nature alone can make. 

Phoenicia is indeed delightfully situated in the very heart of the 
Catskills, and has been for a long time a much desired spot for select 
parks and colonies, but property has been jealously kept by a few and 
preserved to this day almost in its primeval beauty. This little village 
of classical name, lays at the confluence of the Esopus and the Stony 
Clove creeks ; it numbers about 400 inhabitants ; it has become a favorite 
summer resort for all those who have once enjoyed its many attractions. 
With all the natural beauty that any one can desire in a mountain village, 
Phoenicia possesses all the modern improvements that city people have 
grown accustomed to. The water supply may be called, in the full 
sense of the much abused phrase, "the best in the world," for so it has 
been pronounced by the eminent experts who tested and analyzed the 
Catskill water for New York City ; moreover that supply is furnished 
by everflowing springs. Light is furnished by an up-to-date acetylene 
gas plant, with its ramifications to hotels, stores, churches and private 
residences. The outdoor attractions — and no one comes to the Catskills 
for anything else — are all that one can desire. Trout fishing ranks first 
among the quiet and peaceable sports, as the speckled beauties are 
abundant in the numerous streams of the vicinity, two of them rippling 
through the center of the village, the Esopus and the Stony Clove 
creeks. Riding in its many forms is the pleasure and delight of the 
Esopus valley since the completion of the State road in the town of 
Shandaken ; this road was built at an expense of upwards of one hun- 
dred thousand dollars, and extending over twenty miles east and west of 
Phoenicia, is far above what any one could expect to find in a mountain- 
ous region like the Catskills ; much will be told Avhen we say that there 
is no grade too steep even for bicycling. The splendid location of 
Phoenicia in the very heart of the mountains affords the tourist unequal 
facilitv for visiting all points of interest in the Catskills : this can be 
done bv rail in all directions as well as by automobile, bicycle or livery, 
for within a radius of twentv miles are to be found all the natural at- 




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No. 1. View of Slide Mountain and Wittenberg from Grand View. 
No. 2. Tiskilwa Falls. No. 3. Simpson Rapids, 

o. 4. View of Phoenicia from South. 



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tractions that have made famotis the land of Rip \'an Winkle. From 
the man of small means to the millionaire, all can find in Phoenicia places 
suitable to their tastes and purses at the farms, the summer boarding 
houses or the first class hotels, which are second to none in the Catskills. 

This little village glories in the possession of three beautiful 
churches, the Alethodist Episcopal, the First Baptist, recently completed, 
and the Catholic, lately erected in pure gothic lines with the bluestone 
of the Catskills, the only building of the kind in the mountains. To 
people who rent cottages in the vicinity, it may be interesting to know 
that there are in Phoenicia three general stores, well supplied with 
every kind of merchandise, a meat market, a bakery, a first-class drug 
store, two physicians, a public Library, several good liveries, etc. 

The climate of Phoenicia, if not as cool as that of the upper regions 
of the Catskills, is on the other hand, never damp nor cold, and the warm- 
est summer days are always refreshed by a delightful northerly breeze 
coming down the Esopus and Stony Clove valleys. 

Added to all these precious advantages there is another which must 
needs appeal to many a business man : the best railroad service to be had 
in the Catskills ; three short hours from New York. All these and 
many other features which could not even be touched upon in this brief 
space, ought to make Phoenicia one of the most popular resorts, now 
that the door has been open a little wider to summer visitors. 

A short mile above Phoenicia village, a well kept district road 
branches of¥ the State road, crosses the Esopus and winds its way 
through the woodland valley to the highest peaks of the Catskills. 
No one can have a true idea of the Catskills if he leave without at least 
paying a visit to this delightful valley. If these mountains have been 
justly called the Switzerland of America, it can l)e truly said that Wood- 
land valley is the Switzerland of the Catskills. for the noblest of their 
peaks form a glorious crown to this most picturescjue valley where, in 
the midst of the majestic silence of untrained nature, man has, however, 
prepared well designed and most comfortable places of rest and delight. 

For all information concerning Phoenicia or its vicinity, address : 
The Secretarv of the Phoenicia Improvement Association, Phoenicia, 
N. Y. 

Pine Hill, Ulster County. 

Distance from Kingston is forty-one miles, and is most beautifully 
situated. One can readily see how a place Uke Pine Hill has become 
so popular. Altitude i,66o feet above the sea. A thriving village with 
two hotels open year around, a number of first class boarding houses, 
which accommodate guests during the summer; large stores, splendid 
laid out streets, post-ot^ce and the convenience of a first class city. 



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Pine Hill is noted for its pure air, fine water and beautiful scenery. This 
is one of the most delightful summer resorts in the state. Beyond Pine 
Hill is the famous Horseshoe Curve. 



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Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County. 

This town is known for its industrial and educational enterprises. 
Its principal institution is Vassar College, founded by Matthew Vassar. 
While this is a social centre, yet there are a great many wholesale 
business houses and blast furnaces in the city of Poughkeepsie. 

Purling, Greene County. 

A busy village, two miles from Cairo and ten miles from Catskill, 
on the Catskill Mountain Railway. This place is particularly fortunate, 
being situated at the base of the mountains overlooking the entire range. 
Many large hotels and boarding houses are located here and have 
splendid accommodations. Altitude is 850 feet above the sea. 



Shokan, Ulster County. 

The village of Shokan is twenty miles from Kingston, situated 
at the foot of the mountains, and on the banks of Esopus Creek. This is 
a thriving village and commands a beautiful view. 



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Trout Caught at 
Phoenicia, N. Y. 



Springtown, Ulster County. 



This little hamlet is beautifully situated- 
on the Wallkill River. It commands an ex-- 
tensive view of the mountains. The sur- 
rounding country is noted for its healthful- 
ness and beauty. 

South Cairo, Greene County. 

The village of South Cairo is eight miles 
from Catskill, on the Catskill Mountain Rail- 
way, and is located in a quiet, beautiful place. 
Altitude above the sea is 8oo feet. For rest 
and recreation one might travel the world 
over and not find its equal. 



Stamford, Delaware County. 



Stamford is seventy-five miles from Kingston, at the foot of Utsay- 
antha Mountains. This picturesque village is situated at the head- 
waters of the Delaware River, with lofty mountains arising abruptly 
from the village; it is charming to the eyes, and most desirable for 
heahh and recreation. The atmosphere is clear and invigorating; the 
views on every side are magnificent. The Great mountain towers 
thirty-two hundred feet above the sea ; is easily reached by a beautiful 
driveway from the village. Only a few years ago this place was un- 
known to the general public. Stamford has several finely equipped 
Hotels, where every modern convenience for personal comfort is found ; 
large rooms, gas, electric lights, baths and steam heat on each floor. 
No expense is spared to make guests comfortable and to present a 
cuisine equal to that of any first class city hotel. Croquet, lawn tennis, 
golf, bowling alleys, walks and drives furnish enjoyment, thus making 
it one of the most desirable family summer resorts in the State. Alti- 
tude of Stamford is 1,767 feet above the sea. 

Tannersville, Greene County. 

Tannersville originally was the site of a large tanning establishment. 
However, at the present time there are no traces of its former industry. 
Tannersville is quite a village, there being one hotel open the year 
around and a number of large boarding houses, which have ample ac- 
commodations for guests during the summer. The views in this vi- 
cinity are considered the finest in the Catskills. Altitude above the sea 
is 1,926 feet. 



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MAIN STREET OF STAMFORD, N. Y. 



Walden, Orange County, 

Is an enterprising and thrifty village, situated in the extreme northern 
part of the county, surrounded by charming estates, many of them New 
York City's prosperous merchants. 

Wallkill, Ulster County. 

A small village of about six hundred inhal)itants, surrounded by 
beautiful scenery. I-'ine roads for walking or driving to the various re- 
sorts in the vicinity. 

West Hurley, Ulster County. 

Is eleven miles from Kingston, the altitude is 540 feet above the sea. One 
can plainly see the arising mountains in the distance. Also a beautiful 
view of the Hudson River and its valleys. West Hurley is noted for 
its splendid walks and drives. 

Windham, Greene County. 

Being nine miles from Hunter and sixteen miles from Cairo, fur- 
nishes the finest scenery to be found in the Catskill -Mountains. A 
number of people spend their vacation in this village, and well they 
might, for there is no healthier place to be found. Those who enjoy 



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out-door exercise will find it a real treat to visit this beautiful spot; 
sports of all kinds, such as boating-, fishino-, lawn tennis and croquet are 
indulged in to a great extent. Altitude of Windham is 1.510 feet above 
the sea 

Woodland, Ulster County. 

This place is five miles from Phoenicia, the altitude being 800 
feet above the sea. The surrounding country is thickly wooded, wild 
and rugged. This land is owned mostly by the State and is under 
the protection of the Game and Forest Commission. 




TYPICAL OF GREENE CO., N. Y. 



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IN SLEEPY HOLLOW. 



RIP'S ROCK. 



High upon old Kaaterskill's crest 
Is a rock, where one may rest 
Safely hid from hue and cry ; 
Henpecked husband, hither hie. 

Come with musket, pipe and prog- 
Call some other fellow's dog ; 
Lest you miss old Hudson's crew, 
Better bring a flagon, too. 

Grievous ills thy musings mar, 
Broomsticks, mops, etcetera ; 



Spite of time, or place, or name. 
Woman's ways remain the same. 

Flee from endless days of work, 

Flee from tasks that thou would'st shirk; 

Peaceful dream the time away. 

Sleep forever and a day. 

In this shade of sweet repose 
Mortal man forgets his woes 
And fulfills his destiny; 
Henpecked husband, hither hie. 



— Laura Sanderson. 



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CATSKILL MOUNTAINS. 




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Story's 




This attractive resort is situated in a portion of the CatskiUs 
that has received favorable mention from New York Physicians. 

The rooms are nicely furnished, many of them connecting; 
halls are wide and a p azza 190 feet in length; dining-room is very 
large, thoroughly ventilated ard cool in the warmest weather. 
ACCOMMODATES 75 GUESTS. 

It will be our aim to give satisfaction in regard lo table as m 
all things that promote comfort. Freehold is one of the many 
quaint and picturesque little villages to be found in this section, 
and is made additionally charming by still retaining some old cus- 
toms and tradifons. The beautiful scenery of these mountains is 
too well-known to need comment. In connection with the house 
is a Bowling Alley and Billiard Room and Hall for dancing. Also 
first-class Livery. Two ma Is. daily. Terms from $7 to $10 per week. 

HOir TO It EACH FBEEHOLD. 

Take New York Central Railroad, West Shore Railroad, Night Boats or 
Albany Day Line Steamers lo CatskiU. From tliere Catskill Moui.ta^n Railroad 
to Cairo. Stages meet trains. Fare, fifty cents. 

For furttier particulars, address 

WILLIAM R. STORY, 

FREEHOLD, GREENE CO., NEW YORK. 



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T ntbemartoftbe CatSKIII lHOUmalltS* 




Shady Glen House and Four Cottages. 

is unsurpassed for location, grand mountain view, elevation 2000 
feet; beautiful and extensive lawns. 

The central location of this house renders it most desirable, 
as excursions can be made to and from all points of interest and 
accessible to churches of all denominations. 

Farm attached from which eggs, vegetables, etc. are supplied. 
Livery in connection. 

Croquet, Lawn Tennis and Baseball grounds, Bathing, Fishing 
and all popular amusements, Daily Mails, Telegraph and Telephone. 

ROUTES TO SHADY GLEN 

By Catskill Night Boats from New York, or by Albany and New York 
Day Boats, or by Hudson River or West Shore Railroads to Catskill; thence 
by Catskill Mountain Railway to Cairo, where stages meet all trains. Private 
carriages if desired. 

Terms for board given upon application. 

References, if required. 

S. M. ELLIOT, 

Freehold, Greene Co., N . Y. 



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75 



THE FREEHOLD HOUSE. 

CATSKIUl. MOUNTAINS. 



ELEVATION 1500 FEET. 




-THIS attractive resort is situated in one of the most Pheasant 
T^'portions of the CatskiU Mountains, a short drive West o 
Cairo Station. This section of the country is especially noted tor 
its healthful climate and beautiful scenery. 

Accommodations for 50. 

The House guaranteed to be first-class in every respect. Large 
airy rooms, well furnished, spacious shady lawns, abundance o 
fruit, loo foot piazza, pine grove near house, spring water It will 
be om aim to give satisfaction in regard to table as n all things 
tharpromote comfort. Spacious dining-room, well ventilated 
Table supplied with fresh vegetables, milk, butter, eggs, chickens, 
etc., from our own farm connected. 

Amusements. 

Private boating.bathing and fishing within easy access Piano, 
Dancehall, Tennis, Croquet, Swings, Baseball grounds Bowhng 
aUey Pool and Billiards next door. Excellent roads. Telephone in 
house. Two New York mails daily. A first-class livery for the 
accommodation of guests. 

CHURCHES-ln the vicinity and easy of access. No Hebrews or con- 
sumptives taken. No intoxicating liquors sold on the premises. 

^^^esfs/:"' ^'R^o'cfo^/rf^Un St and .2nd St. to Cats.iU. . ^ats.iU 

Hudson Kiv.TR.R.. Grand Central Station, to Greendale. ( Mtn R. R. 

Xlbany Day Boat, foot of Desbrosse.s St or 42d St to Cat8ki 1. C to 

Catskm Night Boat, Pier 43, foot of Christopher St^to CatskiU. ) Cairo. 
oaMKiui>io Tran«portation from Station Free. 

Terms -$6.oo per week. Special rates for June and September. 
Illustrated Booklet, address, 

WILLARD J. HUNT, Prop. 

Freehold, Greene Co,, N. Y 



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182 NASSAU STREET. 
Nkw York Oity. 



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C. M. R. 8. B.' 



76 




THE MONROE HOUSE 

J. M. VAN VALKENBURGH & SON, LEXINGTON, Greene Co., N. Y. 
Accommodates 60. '^rite for Booklet. 
Terms: $8.00 to $12.00. Transient, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. 




O'HARA HOUSE, LEXINGTON, Greene Co., N. Y. 

Accommodates 125 Guests 
For Terms and Booklet apply to B. O'HARA'S SON, Manager. 



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77 




GARA'S HOTEL 

H. B. CARA. PROP. HUNTER, N. Y. 

OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND. 

Steam Heat and Modem Improvements. First Class Livery connected. 

RATES, $2.00 PER DAY. 



PHOENICIA HOTEL, 

<^_Catskill Mouisttains^ 

W. B. WINCHELL, Prop. PHOENICIA, N. Y. 

ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. 
FIRST CLASS LIVERY CONNECTED. 



RATES: S2.00 PER DAY 



Open .all Year Round. 



CENTRAL VIEW HOUSE, Purling . G reene Co.. N. Y . 

This house is located in the village of Parliiig, one mile south of Cairo and 
railroad station, and ten miles from Catskill Landing. lis convenient location 
and the choice of a rail or water journey to reach it should prove attractive 
features. One may leave the city in the afternoon and have supper in the 
mountains. The drives are delightful and include the following places of 
interest: G^een Lake, Grand View Mountain House, Hotel Kaaterskill, Lakes, 
Falls, Sulphur Springs, etc Accommodations for 60 Quests. Rooms large; 
running spring water in house; amusement hall and music evenings; bowling 
alleys, post office, telegraph and telephone. Terms $7 to $8 per week. 

For particulars address: GrEO. DEDSICK, Furling. Greene Co,, N. Y., or 
OHAS. LEDEICK, 581 W. 146th £t. 



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78 




AMERICAN GLEN FARM HOUSE 

is noted for its beautiful situatioa, being 20D0 ieet above the sea. Large piazzas on three sides ot 
house; rooms well furnished. Accommodations for 45 guests. A farm of 265 acres is connected 
with the house, includiog a large dairy, which supijlies plenty of fresh milk, butter, epgs, etc. 
Lawn Tennis and Croquet Grounds connected with house; also a beautiful Shady Glen. Fi^emin- 
utes' walk to railroad station, post office and stores. Terms $7 to $9 per week. For further infor- 
mation address: A.tnerican Glen J^'nrtn House, Ilinitcf, JV\ Y. Jljidii S. Kpplj-ttoii, Prop. 




HAZEL HURST COTTAGE 

is situated 3}^ miles from Hunter, over-looking the Schoharie Creek; altitude being 17no feet 
above the sea. Rooms are large, well ventilated and furnished. Piano for use of guestc. Modern 
Sanitary arrangements. Special attention giving to table, which is well supplied with fresh dairy 
products, poultry and eggsfrom our own farm of 330 acres. Pure Air and Water. Accommoda- 
tion for 30 guests Spacious Lawns with Hammock, Croquet and Tennis grounds connected. 

House open year round. Terms $6.00 to $8.00 per week. 

For further information, address 



ROWLEY, Prop. 



HAZEL HURST COTTAGE, 

Hunter, N, Y. 



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79 



N THE HEART OF 

THE CATSKILL. 




Cbe Breeze W l)otel and Cottages. 

Is under the management of Mr. L,ouis Werbei., who started many years 
ago in this locality and is Avell known. IvOcation of house is all that can be 
desired, as it is situated on the highest point in Hunter over-looking the vil 
lage and is 250 feet higher than any other point. 

Acconiinodatioiis for loO Guests, 

Great care is exercised in the selection and preparation of food; farm being 
attached, from which the hotel is plentifully supplied with milk, cream, butter, 
eggs and vegetables. 

Two large parlors, with newly laid hard-wood floors; electric light in each 
room; new piano for use of guests; music during dinner and supper. Ample 
room for dancing and entertainments. Sanitary arrangements are perfect; hot 
an 1 cold water with bath room on every floor. Tennis, Ball and Croquet 
Grounds adjoining the house; livery connected. Excursion Drives, Boating, 
Fishing and Hunting. 

Great pains taken to entertain and please guests. 

Direct Parlor Car accommodations without change from New York to Hun- 
ter, via West Shore R. R. For booklet and terms, address 

BREEZE HILL HOTEL, 

LOTJIS WEKBEL,, Prop., 
TELEl^HOyE IX HOUSE. HUNTKK, N. Y 



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80 



HOTEL ST. CHARLES, 

WILL OPEN JUNE 20TH, 1906. 




A LL Sanitary Plumbing, open fires, Electric Lights and Gas. 
Music afternoon and the evening for Dancing. 

The ST. CHARLE S HOTEL ^ 

is beautifully situated on the highest range of the Catskills an i 
and commands a mo^t picturesque view of the mountains for 
many milc^. 

The Hotel has in connection a Large Casino, 
Bowling Alleys and all other Amusements . . . 

— *^1ALS0 A LARGE DANCING PAVILLION. 

Through Parlor Cars direct via West Shore R. R. Illustrated 
booklets and further information at Bisniark Cottage, Lake- 
wood, N. J., until June 20th, after that date apply to 

ST. CHARLES HOTEL, 

H. S. MOLLNER, Prop. HUNTER, K. Y. 



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81 



SUMMER IN THE CATSKILLS. 









THE AMERICAN 

Opens this Season under Most Favorable Conditions 

New baths, open sanitary plumbing, gas, hot and cold water on each floor. 
The rooms are large, airy, and are arranged for the convenience of families. 
Only a limited number of children taken. 

-^i^a ELEVATION 2500 FEET c^.^ 

The view from the veranda is magnificent, embracing the entire region 
surrounding and overlooking the village of Tannersville. 

The table is abundantly supplied with fresh vegetables, milk and poultry 
direct from the farm and city dressed beef. The streets are sprinkled, and 
lighted with electric lights. Bowling, billiards and all kindred amusements 
near, The grounds are graded and shaded. Tennis and Croquet grounds. 
The vicinity abounds with fine trout streams. 

The management of this house endeavors to give satisfaction and the com- 
forts of its guests will be studied in every respect. No Hebrews taken for bus- 
iness reasons. Livery connected Telegraph, Long Distance Telephone and 
Post Office within five minutes walk. 

Rates per day, $2. Per week, $9 to |;i2. Special season rates to families. 
Open from May 15 to September 10. 

West Shore Railroad via. Kingston, all rail to Tannersville without change 
of cars. Palace and sleeping car service. Or by Day or Night Boats via. King- 
ston Point, thence by rail to Tannersqille or by boat cr rail to Catskill, thence 
by Otis Elevated to Tannersville. Bus meets all trains. 

For further information and references, address 

THE AIVLERICAN, 

C. L. WILTSE, Proprietor. TANNERSVILLE. N. Y. 



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«<THE UNIQUE" 

OPEN JUNE 1. Ideal section of tlie Catskill Mountains. Accommodations for 50 auests. 
mile from Station, Post Office and Telegraph Office. MODERN IMPROVEMEN'JS. 
West Shore R. R. via. U. & D. R. R to Haines Corners. West Shore R. R. via Catskill it Otis 
R. R. to Haines Corners. Buss meets all trains. For terms apply 

FRANK LlSHKR, Prop., Haines Falls. N. Y. 



Waldorf-Astor of Catskill 
^Mountains— N. Y. World, 

Grandest Views in Cat- 
skill Mountains. — Bishop 
Satterlee. 

In Finest Park in Cat -kill 
Mountains. — Van Loan's 
Guide 

Most Magnificent Hotel 
in this region. — N.Y. Herald 

Without a peer to Sum- 
mer Inn — N. Y. Times 



Rates 52.50, $3.00 and 
$3 50 per day. 

|r4, ?i7 50 and |;2r, 
per week. 




SUNSET PARK INN 

Finest Hotel, Sites, Views, Drives, Mb in UMh. 

All Improvements and Amusements. Private Baths, $1.50 a day or 
$7.00 a week extra. Furnished Cottages and Sites for sale. 

SUNSET SPRING WATER, none Purer, Better, Softer or Cheaper. 

FOR SALE EVERYWHERE 

SUNSET PARK INN and WATER CO., Haines Falls, N. Y. 



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HOTEL HALLENBECR, 

The Only Bona-Fide Hotel in this Region 

HAINES FALLS. N. Y. 

Op.n the E„.i,. Yea,. Rales, $2 per day and up. Aceommodalions for /5. 

. . , • •. f^ 1 ;r, fh<^ heart of the most beautiful and picturesque 
Th s Hotel IS situated m the ^^^^^t °^ t^e ^ghways leading to 

part of the Eastern CatskiUs, ^^^'^^ ""^"^^S ■ __„ ^each of the Mountain 
In points of interest in every ^/.^/,^,^^°" ' JJ^^g^" 1^^ fand Onteora Parks, 
HoSse Hotel ^aaterskUU Iwilgbt^^uns t,^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^.^ 

with the stations of ^^'^ y^^^l^^J^^i^ by reason of its location, a most 
Tanaersville Railway ^^^ the do^r t is Dj ^^^^^^.^ Pedestrians or 

convenient point for Driving ,l!^' nr for Short-Trippers to put up, as 

Bicyclists to take tJ^^-^XirtmeTht^f om ^^^^^ 

they can get more out of their tune th thoroughly renovated ard 

tains. Realizing this tact, i "^J^f.^^^^it ^'essarv to prepare and prop- 
equipped my house -\t\-f^>;^^j;PJ^ire r^^^^ a^llp^atrons, partic- 

e! er/tiing choice and standard to dnnk or smoke. 

I First-Class Barber Shop attached to the Hotel. 
Also Good Livery and Accommodation Stables, 

both under the supervision, of care Ail -d practical -";;;i« ^.'^^f ^ .^^^^^ 

jrorthe^se^o^/t!^^^^^^^^^^^ -' -^^^^>- 

yourself of the above assertions. ^ ^^ RENIMER, Prop. 



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RIP VAN WINKLE HOUSE, 

PINE HILL. N Y. (Catskill Mountains ) 




ACCOiVliVlODATION FOR 200 QUESTS. 

Beautifully situated on the line of tFie Ulster & Dela- 
ware Railroad, overlooking the Big Indian Valley and 
commanding a charming and picturesque view. 

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For Terms and Booklet, apply until June 25th, to 

THE TUXEDO, Madison Ave & 59th St , N. Y. 

and after that date, direct to the hotel. 



FREITAG & MAIER. 

PKOPIETOnS. 



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BEAUTIFUL STAMFORD. 

-^—ALTITUDE 1800 FEET.»-^ 

FINE AIR— PERFECT SEWAGE-PURE WATER 

Electric Lights. Large Opera House. Beautiful Driver. 

THE REXMERE, ,^ cHURCHrrpARK. 

EXTEN.SIVE GROUNDS. FINEST GOLF. 

Forty Bath Room Suites — Elevator — Steam Heat— Orchestra and all amusements 




y i cirwiparaT.!: 

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the: REXn^ERB. 



CHURCHILE HALE, 



Or»E3s^ June 20. 

Largest Hotel in Stamford. 



Accommodates 350 Guests. Six hundred feet of Covered Piazza . 

Electric Light. Steam Heat. Bath Room Suites. 

Orchestra. Golf. All Amusements. 

Hotel HaMILTOIS'. open the year round. 

Electric Light. Steam Heat. A Homelike House. Centrally Located. 



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New York Office: 

HICKS BUILDING, 

Cor. 2sth St. & Broadway. 



S. E. CHURCHILL, M. D.. Prop. 
EDWARD GRIFFITH, Mgr. 



TE LE P HO N E, 4748 MADISON. 



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Ourp'.a^s is situvted between Wallkill and New Paltz. in a picturesque hamlet, \]4 miles from 
sta'ion; al'itud ; above the s ;a <0) feet. If yon are looking for a good quiet place" we have it, 
butoulyfor middled age, refined people. Have a flowing mineral wt-11 in yard, which contains 
iron aud sulphur; ra'se our OTn vegetables, table supplied with all fruits in season; frei^h meat 
daily, an abundance of milk, cream, eg;c8 and butter. 

The famous mountain resorts La' e Mohonk is 7 miles, and LaVe Minnewaska. rj^ miles from 
our pla.^'e and can be plainly seen. Good Fishing. Post office across the road ; two mails a day. 
Trauiporiation free from .'■tation. For rates address 

,r.S. DiiBols, Ganahffote, Ulster Co., N. Y. 



r\UR place is pleasantly locited on 
a high hill, overlooking the 
Wallkill River. The house ha5 dou- 
ble parlors, reading room, large cool 
dining room, French windows. For 
cool autumn days we have the open 
grates. The table is well supplied 
with vegetables in their season. 
Plenty of milk, eggs, butter and 
cream. 

Fine fishing, boating and bathing. 
Boats free 1 3 guests. 

Mail is receive 1 daily. 

We have a large diiry farm of 
160 acres. 

Ontario & Western R;iilroad to Campbell Hall and then the Wallkill Valley railroad to 
Wallkill: or by the Albany Day Line Steamer to Newburgh and then taking the trolley cars to 
Walden, whore guests will be met at the Eigle Hotel. Trunks are carried on the cars with pas- 
sengers at 1.5 c !nt9. Tlie fare by boat and trolley to WaMen, round trip, is f\A^. By railroad to 
Wallkill, f 3.22 Guests are met at either place free of charge. 

Tertn$—$6.o3 an I $7.00 per week during July and August. Other months 
5^5 GO per week. Nj Heb.-ews. References furnished nion application. 

A. KIf[FFE\, WdUhill, Uls^ev Co., N. T. 




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THE WHOLE THING ^ ^ 
IN A NUT SHELL. ^ ^ ^ 



«,5* t^* e^?* t?* t^* 

'' MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP AND OPER- 
ATION OF PUBLIC UTILITIES/' by Hon. 
Samuel Seabury, Justice City Court, New York. 

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A 200 Pag:e Book, paper cover sent post-paid to any address 
on receipt of thirty cents (stamps taken). 

MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP PUB. CO., 
201 DUANE ST.. N. Y. CITY. 

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'The work i^ one which has long been needed — justice Sea- 
bury does not fail to marshal in convincing array all the 
arguments in support of the principle of Municipal Ownership 
and Operation, and to cite the testimony of experts, both prac- 
tical and theoretical in its behalf. The argumentative part of 
his book is both stimulating and suggestive. -'-i-''' We can warmly 
recommend this little book." 

Editorial revieto "Journal American." 

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MASTER MECHANICS, Purchasing Agents, Engineers 
and Practical Builders of Costly Steam Plants and 
Locomotives will be pleased to know that a Lubri- 
cant is now produced of such extraordinary high fire test as to 
make it proof against the great heat to which it is subjected, 
and is therefore a PERFECT lubricator where products of 
lower grade and fire tests pass off at once, leaving the parts 
subject to wear, or greatly increasing the consumption of oil. 



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VALVE - OLEINE 



is a product in the highest state of filtration, is of the greatest 
viscosity, is entirely free from all acids and absolutely non- 
corrosive, and without doubt the finest and most thoroughly 
reliable Cylinder Lubricant now on the market, and will 
naturally lubricate 200 to 300 per cent, more than products of 
lower test. 

J|@°- It is not only the BE^T, but the most ECONOMICAL 
lubricant. Manufacture and sale controlled exclusively by 

The Reliance Oil & Grease Co. 

CI-EVEI_AND, OHIO 



Agents Wanted Everywhere. Write for full particulars and our 
New Catalogue of large line of products. Samples Free. Send Two- 
Cent Stamp for "Gems of Art" Free on Application Direct from 
Machinery Users. 



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THE VICTOR 

BUEAD, CAKE, MEAT & CHEESE 

SLICER 

With Famous VICTOR Bread Knife. 



Use at 

Table 

Ctit as 
yoti tise 

DAINTY 

Saves SANDWICH ' 

Waste ^^^^« ^ 



No stale 

slices 



SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE. 

KNIFE ALWAYS IN PLACE. 

POPULAR PRICE. 




Affords a clean place for cutting bread and cake. Regulate 
thickness of slice by moving metal stop. Once used, 
always used. 



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If your dealer does 
not keep it, we will 
send it to you pre- 



NOT IN paid for 50c. 



Rus-Rus Specialty Co-, 

90 Warren Street, New York. 



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Day^lig'Kt all tHe wzLy by tHe 
KodaK S >^ s t e m . Loading, Un- 
loading, Developing', Printing', — 
all 'without a DarK R.oom. 



We sell, Eastman Film, and keep a full 
stock of Kodaks We also carry a full line 
of Hammocks, Lawn Tennis, Croquet, 
Base Ball, Golf and Outing Goods gener 
ally. Mail orders filled the same day they 
are received. 



FORSYTH & DAVIS, 307 Wall St., Kingston, N. Y. 





AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS. 

Get our jn-irts hrfore 2>laciti;/ ijoiir order; hchit/ a tmniiiftictiircr, 
ire can .sare ijoii motiei/. 

Patent French Roller Awnings and Spring Roller Awnings; Imported and Domest'c Canvas and 
Bunting for sale ; Canopie< a id Daaciug Crash, Camp Chairs, Dining Chairs, Round Tables a <d 
Extension Tables on hire ; Gold and Leather Chairs and Inlaid Tables. 

Invitations Delivered. Trade supplied. Men in Livery to call carriages. 

F. SKELTON 

681 Sixth Ave., cor. 39th St- 



NEW YORK. 



Telefhome Can, 890— 38rH St. 



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GREGORY & BARNES, 

Summer Hotels and Cottages* 




We Make to Order Any Kind of 

^ FURNITURE 

You Want. FINISHED TO MATCH ANY WOOD. 
We have Furnished more than One Thousand (JOOO) 
Hotels and Cottages in the Mountains. ^ jt ^ ^ 

ASK ANY ONE ABOUT US. 

WRITE US FOR PRICES. 

Call at Our Warerooms .... 

GREGORY & BARNES, 

661 & 663 Broadway, Kingston^ N« Y, 



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FRED. HOLLENDER & CO. (Inc.) 



C. TIELENIUS, 

Telephone, 3738 Franklin. 115 




These Casks contain 25 or 50 
glasses and can be operated by 
anybody. Just the thing for 
Clubs, Home Dinners, Recep- 
tion or Card Parties. 

Any kind of 

Imported Beer and 
BASS' ALE. . . . 

Small C isks, |1.75; Large 
Casks, $3.50. 

ROCHESTER BEER. 

Small Casks, 75c.; Large 
Casks, ^1.50. 



President. 

-119 ELM ST., NEW YOEK. 

IMPORTERS OF 

KAISER, HUMBSER, 
PILSNER, WURZBURGER, 

MUENCHNER and 
CULMBACHER BEER. 

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Sole Agents for Rochester 

"RIENZI" and "LIBERTY" 

BEER. 

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Sole Owners of the 

AUTO]MATIC 

BEER CASKS. 




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PEOPLE READ THIS "AD" AND 

IT IS YOUR TURN NOW. 

YOU WANT THE BEST GOODS, hence 

WE WANT YOUR ORDERS 

The People who investigate our line are the ones who invest in our goods. 




We make a Specialty of FURNISHING QTY OR COUNTRY HOMES 

and show the Largest and Best Variety and Assortment of any house in the 
State. Prices so Low they interest all. WE PAY FREIGHT. 

STOCK & CORDTS, 

LEADERS IN 

Furniture, Carpets, Mantels and Rugs, 

RONDOUT, CITY OF KINGSTON, N. Y. 



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Everett & Treadwell Co. 

Wholesale Grocers e^ 
Provisions and Grain Dealers 

GOLD ME-DAL and other popular brands of Flour. 
Clover and Timothy Seed. J* Corn, Oats and Mill Feeds. 
Spot and Future Canned Goods. ^ Coffees, Teas and 
Spices. J- Butter, Cheese and Eggfs- ^ J' J' J' 



Junction West Shore 
R. R. and Broadway 



Kingston, N* Y* 



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JI Visit will convince you tbat we hm the 
finest Pianos for tbe money in tbe world. 

EVERY PIANO GUARANTEED 

The Prices are Low and the Terms 
are Remarkably Easy ^ «^ j» 

No Cottage Should be Without a Piano 

NEW PIANOS 

rented and delivered in your cottage for 
the Snrnnier. 



WRITE FOR PRICES AND TERMS TO 

W. H . RIDER 

pi a n Ma re roo ms 

304 WALL STREET, KINGSTON, N. Y. 



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£dt$kill Evening Cine. 

Best, Shortest and Cheapest lioute 
to lioints ill the 

Catskil I Mountains 

Catskill, Ra lenvi I le, Haines 
Corners, Tannersville, Hotel 
Kaaterskill, IVIountain House, 
Cairo, Durham, Windiiann, etc. 




STEAMERS 
••KAATERSKILL" ta ••ONTEORA" 

Leave New York every week day from Pier 43, N. R, foot of Chris 
lopher Street, 6.00 P. M. Foot of West 129th Street, 7.00 P. M. 

Special Onteora — Saturdays June 30 to Sept. i, inclusive, 1.30 P. M. 
from Christopher St.; 1.50 P. M. from i29lh Street. 

Direct Railroad connection at Catskill by Special Trains for Mountain 
Points, 

Special KaaTERSKILI* — Sundays July 8 to August 26, inclusive; leaves 
Coxsackie 7.30 P. M ; Hudson, 9 00 P. M. and Catskill 10 P. M ; arriving 
in New York next morning, 5.30 

Send for folder giving valuable information and list of Boarding 
houses to 

3/f77-3d E. H. SNYDER, 

^^ ^ PIER 43. NETV YORK CITY. 



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Budsott River by Daylight * ^ ^ 

The Most Charming Inland Water Trip 
on the American Continent. 








The Magnificent Hudson River Day Line Steamer Hendrick Hudson, 
now under constraction. 

THE PALACE STEAMERS 

"mwVorK," "Albany" $ "BendricR Rudson" 

%E HUDSOH RIVEH DAY LIKE '"■1!:;J;:7"' 

Leave Brooklyn (by Annex) o-?'''^- H 

Leave New York, Uesbrosses Street 8 4U A. M. 

Leave New York. West 4-lm\ Street, N R 9.u(j A . M . 

Leave West r2yth Street «-20 A.M. 

Leave Albany, Hamilton street o-"»0 A. iVi. 

Landing at Yonkers. West Point, Kewburg, Poughkeepsie, Kingston Point, CatskiU and Hudson. 

T/ie attractive route for Summer pleasure travel to or from 

The CaUkill Mountains, Saratoga and the Adirondacks, 

Hotel Champlain and the North, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, 

and the West, the Thousand Islands and St. Lawrence River. 

THROUGH TICKETS SOLD TO ALL POINTS. 

TTTP STTPERB STEAMERS. -NEW YORK." "ALBANY" and -HENDRICK HUDSON" of the DAY 
T TNF are the fastest in the world and are the finest of their class afloat. They are designed ex- 
^limivelv for the passenger service, and carry NO FREIGHT. Their rich furnishings, costly 
paintings, private parlors and main deck dining rooms, commanding the river scenery, have 
given them a world-wide renown. 

■nnrintr the Summer season direct connection will be made at 42nd St. Pier, New York City, 
with the Central Railroad of New Jersey (Sandy Hook boat:-), thus afl-ording a delightful and easy 
route to the seashore resorts on the New Jersey coast. 

Send 6 cents for a copy of "Summer Excursion Book." 

TICKETS via "DAY LINE" ON SALE AT ALL OFFICES. 

F. B. HIBBARD, Gen. Pass. Agent. E. E. OLCOTT, Gen. Manager. 

Desbrosses Street Pier, New York. 

Afternoon Boat. Steamer "Mary Powell" for Rondout (Kingston) and inter4^}*t.e'4aBdJ5.|8. 
Capt. A. E. ANDERSON, Desbrosses St. Pier. . ... ' 



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TS situated on a Natural Plateau, 800 feet above the sea, and is a most 
^ picturesque place; being well protected by the great mountains. 

The first floor has a large lobby, beautiful parlors and reception room, 
spacious dining-room with a seating capacity of about 300. The cuisine and 
service are first-class and maintained during the entire season. Music during 
luncheon and dinner hours. 

The bedrooms are most comfortable, having perfect ventilation; many are 
arranged in suits of one, two and three rooms with private bath, open sanitai}^ 
plumbing, hot and cold running water. Elevator, steam heat throughout, 
lighted by gas and electricity. 

THE WATER SUPPLY is taken from a never failing spring on the 
mountain, many feet above the house, and is of known and stated purity. 

AMUSE MENTS—l^diVin Tennis, Card Rooms, Billiard and Pool Tables; 
handsome Bowling Alley and a first-class Cafe is attached. There is also a 
livery connected, where saddle and driving horses can be obtained, 

HOW TO REIACH PHOBNICIA. 

Take West Shore Railroad or boat from New York to Kingston, from there 
the Ulster and Delaware Road. Tickets can be secured and baggage checked 
through to Phoenicia. 

The Inn is within 5 minutes walk of the station; carriage meets all trains. 

For Terms and Booklet, apply until June ist to 52 BROADWAY, NEW 
YORK CITY, and after that date to S. PROSKY, 

B^o«M.H.v WASHINGTON INN, 

TREMPTER HOUSE. Phoenicia, Ulster Co., IM. Y. 







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