Thursday, June 5, 2008

Tony Pastor's Theatre

New York, 1895

A visit to New York City is hardly complete without a visit to Tony Pastor's theatre, the popular family resort of those who enjoy rare good fun and the very best specialty entertainment that can be presented. Mr. Pastor informs us that in obedience to the desire of his suburban patrons he has increased his matinees to four each week, and they will be given hereafter on each Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. Our citizens when in New York should give Tony a call and they will be well repaid by an afternoon of rare enjoyment.

New Hotel in Brooklyn

The Arlington Hotel is a new and attractive house that has just been opened by Mr. C. A. Merritt at 317 to 321 Fulton St., Brooklyn. Mr. Merritt is a thorough hotel man, and our readers will secure the best of attention from him. This house is conveniently located for shopping expeditions.

Beware of Swindlers

We have exposed, during the last year, many swindlers who advertise, under the name of medicine, vile compounds which only increase human suffering. To all who need a pure medicine and blood purifier, we can honestly recommend Sulphur Bitters. — Editor Sun.

Demand for Small Houses

There is a big demand in Jamaica for small houses, but few, if any, are to be had. T. F. Archer's Son's on Wednesday had twelve applications for houses that would rent from $20 to $25 per month.

—The Long Island Farmer, Jamaica, NY, March 8, 1895, p. 8.

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