Joseph Seligman at Long Branch
TBI S-ASOH- AT WHO BmAJfCH promises to be a very good one. . Life V in cottage by tbe sea" is becoming extremely populan as will be seen by examining tbe following list of persons who have already purchased or hired cottage located on the seashore for the summer; k n . .: -ru Mr. Mortimer Hendricks will live In Mr. King's cottage, near the Metropolitan Hotel. Miss Speed, of New Tork. has taken the one adjoining, and Mrs. Van Osten, of - New Orleans, will occupy Mr. William II. 8ootfs cottsge, which is located next to Miss Speed's cottage. .-1 : , -t. Mr. U rat x Nathan and ex-Judge Cardoso will be t-lose neighbors. Mr. Joseph Seligman has hired Mr. George W. Child' former .' residence, which is located in front of the Ocean, near the Pavilion Hotel. : ' . - ... - ' Mr. Howell will occupy hi own cott.ige, a will Mr. Gawtrey, Mr. Wright and Mr. Binsae, who each own very handsome places. Mr. Eagene O'Sullivan has taken Mrs; Billings' house for tbe summer. Mr. J eon inn. will live In Mr. Alexander house, and Mr.- John F. Henry has taken a new house located next to Mr. George Peters, who ha hired. Mr. Blumeuthal's house lor the summer. ' , The Turkish Minister.' Blaeqne Bey, has hired Mr.- Ulgble Smith's place, known as fin Iodire, situated in a beautiful grove la tbe rear of lit. Edwin Booth's reaidnooa. ' Mr. N. A. Cow dry, of thia oity. will reaida in . Spencer Miller' cottage, situate about one quarter of a mile south of President Grant's place, Immediately In front of the ocean. ... .. .. - . Mr. Jas. M. Brown having left Jfor Europe, Mr. Child ha bought hi place for 50.000. Gen. Robert F. Stockton will live ta George W. Brown' Large and new house, situated about 1,000 feet from the ocean, of which it ' commands a beautiful view. Mr. Presby. tbe proprietor of the West End Hotel, has hired Mr. A. J. Drexel's beautiful oottage. Mr. Joseph Howland, of Newark, will occupy Mr. liebemiah Perry's cottage, the latter having built a handsome oottage adjoining.