AFFAIRS IN BROOKLYN.
HER HUSBAND THREATENED TO KILL HER.
CARRYING A CAN OF POISON. A KNIFE AND TWO
REVOLVERS, A WEALTHY REAL-ESTATE
DEALER WAKEN'S HIS WIPE AXD
TELLS HER TO PREPARE TO DIE.
Ju. Ure Goettlng. In the Lee Avenue Police Court,
yesterday Issued a warrant for the arrest of Jacob
Barth, a wealthy real-estate dealer, on complaint
of his wife, who charged him with threatening to
take ber life. Barth I.-, believed to be Insane. The
family occupies a handsome houae at No. 762 Park
ave. When the court officer went In search of the
prisoner he learned that he had been taken to St.
Catherine's Hospital. havlriK been picked up while
wandering around the streets. Mrs. Barth says her
husband began to show signs of dementia a week
before election. "His love for me." Phe declared.
"seemed to change Into hatred. A week ano he
awakened mc In the mid ile of the night, in oas
hand he had a can of poison and a knife In the
other, while two revolvers were stuck In a belt
around his waist. He was much excited, and de?
clared that my time to die had come. His former
love for me, he aald, would let me choose the mode
of death. I told him that 1 preferred arsenic
poisoning, and would take nothing else. He then
left me to get the arsenic, and In his absence 1 es?
caped from the house and went to friends living
at No. 170 Harmon-st., where I have since been
living." Barth will be arraigned to-day In court,
and turned over to the proper authorities for ex?
amination as to his sanity.
STREET RAILROAD MEN DI-CONTEXTED.
MOTORMEN AND CONDECTO*--" TALK OF DE?
MANDING AN IXCRE\SE OF PAY-J-OME OF
THEM RECOMMEND A STRIKE.
As the end of the year approaches, when the
agreements between the street-railroad companies
and their employes are renewed, the latter are agi?
tating the subject of demanding an increase of pay.
Thc additional skill required from the motormen
for the trolley system over managing horses is
held as sufficient warrant for asking that their pay
be Increased from $2 a day to $2 25 or 12 Nh while
the conductors say that the large cars of the
Brooklyn City Company require more labor in
collecting fares, and that they should have a like
Increase. Numerous meetings are being held by i
the railroad men, and the conservative ones urge
that the hard limes are sufficient to prevent any
demand for an Increase of wages being successful, ;
and that the railroad companies have had such i
great expense in equipping their lines with the
troll^v that they are in no position to accede to a |
demand for an advance. For the Hrooklyn City j
Companv alone an Increase of 50 cents a day for :
each employe would add $730,0-0 to the annual pay
The hot-headed men who urge the demand for an
advance say that lt could be enforced by a strike, ,
as skilled men to act as motormen could not be
asOHiad in place of the strikers, nnd also that, it
would be easv to cripple the operation of the roads
tar cutting the wires. But the great majority of |
the railroad employes deprecate any resort to such ]
methods. They say that strikes would not prove |
successful, and that the men are in no condition
IO maintain themselves if they should strike, for ]
the treasuries of the labor organizations are prac?
tically emptv. lt would seem that the agitation of
the matter at the present time is likely to result
as In recent years. In a renewal of the existing
agreement., which expire on January 1.
A BRIDE RETURNS TO HER FATHERS HOME.
Mrs. Louise MacArthur, who was married to
Professor Daniel MacArthur three months ago,
and spent her honeymoon with him nt No. 52
Hull-st., has returned to the house of her father.
George Lundt. at No. 2.2S7 Paelfie-st. She com- |
plains that her husband, who teaches music and
iaiicuuc-s. tried to whi;. her soon after their mar?
riage, but she managed to prevent his succeeding. I
Her husband also sought to have her wear mourn?
ing for his mother, who died twenty years ago.
when he was only five years old. When she got
Borne colored dresses he had ihem dyed. The bride
expects to seek legal separation from her husband.
GATHERED ABOUT THE TOWN*.
There were 165 men discharged from employment
In the City Works Department yesterday by Com?
missioner Adams, as lhere was no work for them
to do at this time of year. The services of thirty
six horses and carts were al30 dispensed with.
Mayor Boody denied yesterday that he proposed
to follow the example of ex-Mayor Chilpin and re?
move to Nev.--York. He proposes to resume his
place with the banking fir.Ti of Boody, McLellan &
Co. when he retires from office.
All the lines of the Atlantic Avenue Railroad
Company's system will be equipped with the trol?
ley by the end of next week. Heating the cars by
electricity ls regarded as successful In the forty
cars where lt has been tried.
The conductor and motorman of the trolley car
which ran over and killed Edward Quinn on Mon?
day In Fulton-st. were paroled In the Gates
Avenue Police Court yesterday, to answer to a
charge of manslaughter in the second degree. The
motorman and aome eyewitnesses declare that
Quinn threw himself under the car, but his broth?
er, who was with him. denies this. Quinn had been
to consult a physician for nervous trouble.
The Misses Frances Taylor, Lizzie I.oeke, Annie
Wilson, Kate Hodges, Annie Cornell, Clara and
Jennie Peiffer, the "Good Time Girls," will give a
fair at No. 222 Keap-st. on Friday afternoon, In aid
Of the Fresh-Air Fund.
Citizens of the Twenty-third Ward will give a re?
ception for Mayor-elect Schleren am. Judge-elect
Gaynor at the Lewis Avenue Congregational
Church, I-ewls-ave. and Madlson-st., this evening
at 7:45 o'clock.
ACTION HT THE GEAXD JURY LIEELT.
AN IMPORTANT OUTCOME OF DR. PAP.KIIUR-iT'S
CHARGES EXPECTED TO-DAY.
The Rev. Dr. Charles H. Parkhurst and Captain
, Wishart, agent of the Society for the Prevention
of Crime, were before the Grand Jury yesterday,
and so was Superintendent Byrnes. None of them
would say what the Grand Jury wanted with
them. It la understood that before the Grand Jury
adjourns to-day lt will hand in Indictments or a
presentment in consequence of Dr. Parkhurst's
A SEX ASK ABLE TRASSPORTATIOX EXBIDIT.
Intense Interest ls evident throughout the country
tributary to the Vanderbilt railway system In the
free exhibition of the prize train of the Wagner
Palace Car Company; the prize engine of the Lon?
don and Northwestern Railway, of England; the
"De Witt Clinton" and the old-fashioned coaches
of the early days of railroading, and the famous
engine "993" of the New-York Central. These trains
and engines are to be drawn from Chicago to
New-York at a rate of speed that will enable
spectators In the villages and towns along the line
of the Vanderbilt system to view them almost as
well as they could have done at the World's Fair in
Chicago, in a number of the cities In this State
the schools will be closed to give alike to teachers
and pupils an opiKirtunlty to study this remark?
able object lesson in transportation.
A FOOTBALL PLAYER HURT.
John E. WssIS, fsit right tackle on the State
Street School team, was Injured in a game yester?
day afternoon at Hackensack, N. J. He was thrown
down and some one jumped on his face. He suf?
fered a comiKiund fracture of the juw.
BOW ABD J. BTOOIRRPS PROPERTY TO BE SOLD.
Sheriff Norton, of Queens County, advertises the
sale of the goods and chattels of Edward J. Wooi?
aey. of Astoria, to satisfy a Judgment for $1,031, ob?
tained by James E. Clonln and John Messlnger,
coal merchants of Astoria. Mr. Wooiaey owns sev?
eral hundred acres of land around Astoria and ls
considered a wealthy man. He confesses to be out
of ready money at present.
SUIT AOAISST TUE TILDES ESTATE.
Tbe executors of the estate of Samuel J. Tilden
are defendants In a ault being tried before Justice
Bartlett, in the Queens County Supreme Court at
Long Island City, to recover $15,000. alleged to be
due on three promissory notes of $5,000 each. The
notes were made by W. C. Wetmore, one of the
defendants, and are held by the Negaunee National
Bank of Michigan. The case ls on the calendar
aa John II Drake agt. the New-York Iron Mines.
it be ng alleged that Mr. Tilden was one of tha
a principal owners of the mines. George A Smith
tV}*a ot \nM e**ecutor*' ani a trustee of tbe proposed
Tilden Library, was on the witness stand yester?
day morning. r**mnw
8TDDEX DEATH OF A BUFFALO PBYSIClAS.
A man about twenty-five yeara old. who looked
as if he were suffering with consumption, went to
the Gllaey Houae, at Broadway and Twenty-nlnth
Bt., on Saturday, and registered aa Dr. Paul Park
Darling, of Buffalo. N. Y. The door of his room
was locked yesterdsy when a chambermaid re?
ported that she had been unable lo get Into the
room, snd Special Ofllcer Donovan opened the
door with a pass-key. It was then found that Dr.
Darling was dead. His body lay on the bed, partly
dressed. He had placed the pillows at the foot of
the bcd, and had been lying on them in such a
position that the light from the window fell upon
a magazine which he had been reading. Appar?
ently his death had been caused by sudden hem?
orrhage, as blood had flowed from hla mouth over
hla ahlrt-front. Information of his Budden death
map talegraphed to Buffalo.
"In my schools and in illus?
trating my lectures I have
thoroughly tested all the lead?
ing Baking Powders, and
'Cleveland's Superior' Pow?
der has invariably given the
Principal Philadelphia Cooking School
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THK HOTELA
ItllEVOOHT?Rcar-Admlr.-il John O. Wnlker and Naval
Constructor TtontW T. Rowles. Knited Stntes Navy.
BRUNSWICK--- Lord Kennet, ?f England, nn.i fount
Jfleola 11warm, of italy. CLAlt-ElfPOW-WAmatA J.
Phelp-., of Vermont. KIETH AVENri.-Ex-C..tigre-.smnn
bawl! H. Gunekel, of Ohio, nnd C.eonre \\". Hooker, of
Vermont. 'ULSKY-Serretary of State Henry C. Kelsey,
Of New--.ler.ey. HOEEMAN? Oeorge Elolsteln. of P.ilffnlo.
Ml'ItRAY RILI,?William Purcell, of Rochester. VIC
TOHIA?Eredcrlok J. Orant. lately Enlted Stat.* Mlni-ter
to Itnlivla. WAIsPOWT BaWBtor James McMillan, of
Michigan; Rr**. II. Wlnans. Bf Eal tl more, uni Frederick
Cook and E. TV. Hawley, of Rochester.
WHAT IS GOINV. ON TODAY.
Meeting of congregation of Dr. Paxton's Church, 8 p. m.
Park nnd Aqueduet f'omml-sloners" meetings.
Annual Indoor athletic Kain.-*.. 224 Ilcglmer.t, Armory,
8 p. m.
New-York Academy of Medicine, No. 17 Weat Forty
thlrd-st., S p. m.
Letter Carriers' entertainment. Lenox T.yeeum. evening.
Review, parade and reception of 47th Regiment, Armory,
Hrooklyn. s p. m.
Harvard Class of '02 dinner, Hotel Marlborough, 7 p. m.
Phi Gamma Helta, Convention of Section One. Chapter
House, 10:30 a. m.
H.>j,e Lodge. No. 214, F. nnd A. M., entertainment, Lex?
ington Avenue Opera House.
H. B. Claflln Post, No. 57*. C.. A. IL. reception. One
hundred-and-scventh-st. und Thir.l-ave., 8 p. m.
Merry Walls L. O. L.. No. 2, ball, Lyric Hall. even
Ohio Society annual meeting. No. 236 Flfth-ave., 8
New-York Electrical Society, Columbia College, Sp. m.
North llergen races, 2 p. m.
Twenty-third Ward Citizen*' reception. Lewis Avenue
Congregational Church. Hrooklyn, 7.15 p. tu.
The trial of John Duffy, liquor-seller at Twen?
tleth-st. and Thirteenth-ave.. for assaulting ll. J.
Ilaire, the lawyer, on May lt, was lini. h -1 in (Jen?
eral Sessions yesterday, as far as the takin;; of
testimony was concerned. Duffy declared he acted
in self-defence. Both sides will sum up to-day.
Company B, 71st Regiment, will Rive a rec.pt'.n
at Harlem Opera House Hall this evening, and
Company Ii. of the 12th Regiment, will gtvs a re?
ception at the armory, Columbus-ave. -.til Sixiy
second-st., also this evening. Company I, of the
Uth Regiment, Hrooklyn. will nive a ball nt the
armory to-night. The 47th Regiment, of Brooklyn,
will give a reception at Its armory this evening.
The Dore Gallery will be open on Thanksgiving
Day, from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m., and from 7:_u to M
p. m. The public can then see this famous collec?
tion of paintings under thc electric light.
The papers for beginning the suit against the
Manhattan Hallway Company to restrain lt from
constructing a third track in Nlnth-ave. were not
ready for tiling yesterday, but Corporation Counsel
Clark said that he was hnvinR them <lr.-iwn up ns
rapidly as possible, and expected to aubmlt them
to the court to-day or to-morrow.
Charles Rockwell, the clubman who had Manuel
de la Cueva, formerly vice-consul of Spain here,
arrested on a charge of sending annoying letters
to him, withdrew the complaint in the Jeff, r*-,n
Market Police Court yesterday, and Cueva was
The Tribune has received from Miss Porter's
school. Farmington, Conn., 16.*., to be forwarded to
Mlaa Clara. Harton for thc relief of the Sea Islands
The Museum of Art will be open free to the pub?
lic to-day, to-morrow and Saturday, from 10 a. m.
to 5 p. m.; Sunday afternoon from 1 to I o'clock,
and Friday evening from 8 to 10 o'clock. Tho ad?
mission on Friday from 10 a. m. to 7, j., m. ls __
Admission to the Museum of Katani History la
free to-day, to-morrow and Friday, from '.i a. m.
to 6 p. m.: on Saturday, from 'J a. m. to 10 p. m.,
and on Sunday from 1 to <; p, m.
Governor Rrown, of Rhode Island, and PrtsMSBt
Andrews, of Rrown I'nlwrslty, have joined In an
Invitation to Jacob A. Rlls, the author of the book
"How the Other Half Lives," to deliver a lecture
on "The Children of the Poor/' In the hall of tbs
university on the evening of December ">, and Mr.
Rlls has accepted the invitation.
George Dolwagen, a gravedigger, sixty-five years
old, who had been employ.-d for a number of ye,irs
In Woodlawn Cemetery, was found dead yest. Mav?
in a shanty In a secluded part of the cemetery.
He had killed himself with rat poison.
Charles W. Rrooke explained to Judge Fltzslmons
of the City Court yesterday that he was unavoid?
ably detained from court last week, when he was
summoned In supplementary proceedings, and that
he meant no contempt. The Judge SSCOSed him. on
his promise to appear for examination at an early
The certificates to be used by the Clearing House
Association against its deposits of gold In the
vaults of the Mercantile Safe Deposit Company, for
the purpose of settling balances batmen thc asso?
ciated banks, will be ready for issu<* December 1.
Certificates have l>een engraved t,. tba amount of
J2-,000,000, In series of $.',000 and HMS*, mainly of
the latter denomination. The .storage capacity cov?
ers $25,000,000 gold, and, If necessary, other arrange?
ments will be ma'le to provide storage-room for ad?
ditional amounts of the precious metal.
The first autumnal review of the Baptist Hoys'
Brigade, of New-York and Hrooklyn, will be held
In the 12th Regiment Armory, Columbus-;!ve. ani
Slxty-second-st., on Thanksgiving Day.
The friends of the Rev. Edward Kenney, rector
of the Church of the Holy Nativity, One-hundred
nnd-thlrty-slxlh-st. and .Seventh-ave., gave him lasl
evening a set of beautiful vestments. They are of
violet silk, and embroidered In silk and gol 1. Th
presentation was made by Assistant I'nited Stati *
Attorney Charles Duane Raker.
Thomas Welsh and Thomas Daly, the profes?
sional beggars who have been annoying Eugene
Kelly and others for thre,- weeks by sending beg
gln? and threatening letters, were yesterday after?
noon sent to the Island for six moatbs by Justice
Grady In the Yorkville Police Court.
Edward 8. Kggart, a colired porter, twenty-eight
years old, while delirious from pneumonia, Jumped
from the third-story window of N'o. 20 Jones-st. at
4 o'clock yesterday morning and was killed.
ERA. IlESDERSOS STILL IS Tl I DI SO.
Mrs. Russel, Henderson, against whom a writ
of attachment wai Issued last week for th.- c,|
lectlon of a milliner's bill, is still In hiding. Three
deputy sheriffs failed to find her yesterday. At
the Hotel St. Marc, Fifth-ave. and Thlrty-nlnth
st., where Mrs. Henderson lives, tm word OOoestV*
lng her can be obtained. It was reported yesterday
that she had gone out of town, but the report
could not be confirmed at the hotel.
DELAY IS REI'OIlTlSfi A DEATH.
The police of the Thlrty-tlfth Precinct learned
yesterday of the death of Jeremiah Grlflin, au em?
ploye of the Metroi olltan Telephone and Tele?
graph Company. While running a wire Into the
Oak Ridge I'lubhous-, at Hoslon nnd Sedgwick
aves., on September M, Griffin fell from n tm an I
was badly Injured. He was taken to tbe Fordham
Hospital, and dle-J there three weeks later.
JOBS STlt.UTOS BURIED.
The funeral of John Straiton, for many years
the head of ihe well-known cigar manufacturing
firm of 8tralton & Storm, was held yesterday morn
Flfth-ave" ChUrch of tne Heavenly Rest. No. Cal
M3__S__J!__r'_-__r- Mo.r**?n. the rector of the church,
wf*MSjrrtBurui was in ihc rum"y
NEWS PROM THE SUBURBS.
WESTCHESTER CO UXT Y.
The Common Council Monday nUht confirmed the
nomination of J. Poster Jenkins as Police Commis?
sioner, and the Commission will now be able to or?
ganize for business and elect a treasurer. The new
$."..'"? crematory for the disposal of garhage h.-rs
had a satisfactory test and will soon be tn opera?
tion. Ry the terms of th-- contract the city ls not
obliged to accept it until it has been in operation
for six months. . . . The Jury terni "f tbe city
Coori has I.n postponed ir? Prtdajr. . . . The
dre in tbe ruins ,,f th-- Deyo buildings and grain
elevator burned for thirty days, and th- mst to the
city In extra My of llremen was over 8.000, . . .
The Weall-van Cniversltv Glee Club will sing In the
chap.-l of 'th- First Methodist Church "ii Prtd-.J
night. . . . Tb.- Watch eater Hounds mel yester?
day afternoon al Tuckahoa. Theodore A. Havemeyi r.
Jr., ls mast tr Of the hounds. . . . Several trains
on the Hu ison River Railroad win be discontinued
on Thursday. The Yonkers trains taken ,,ff f,,t
the dav are those leaving Ynnk-r.- f,,r New-York
at fi:i'.7. 7:"7. Pill, AWI a mi I SA, I-R p. m.; and
leaving Grand Central St-ilimi for Vntikers at j,
.ii., 8i06 a. m.; USB, AA", ail". Cito p. m.
rtethlehem C.mrr.andery of Knights Templar of
Mount Vernon resumed the monthly receptions last
night, which pro rad so i" pillar and entertaining
last winter. These receptions are for tl:.- :u>n
initiated friends of the Knights, and tbs asylum
of Ascalnn Castle was Ulled with invited guests.
A feature of the evening was a surprise to Past
Commander Franklin T. Davis, snd to all except
th.* few who had learned "f tbe boc ret After an
addresa of welcome by the commander "i ths or*
sanlsatlon, he called upon Eminent Bir .Limes B.
Manning, an offlcer "f tne Orand Commandery, and
requested him to make the presentation. The gift
was from th.- members ,,f Bethlehem Commandery,
and was a massive gold V arel "f a past commander,
suitably engraved on the back. Tne entertalnmenl
that followed was given hy Flank Lincoln, the
humorous elocutionist, after which refreshments
were served to tbs guests.
THIEVES KNI'l'l, AT A CRAVE.
Aided by two little girls respectively ag'd twelve
and ten years, th.* Jersey City police yesterday
cleverly captured two sn-ak thieves as th.-y aren
kneeling with th.* mourners at an open grave in
th.* Catii..lie Cemetery In West SM.-av. The
girls wre Emily ai: I Esther Rrown. daiu.-lit.-rs
of Alfred L. Rrown. ,,f Ko, ir?; Duncan
ave. Leslie A. Brown, their uncle, n*,.--*
n.-xt door. M.- and his family wenl away yester?
day on a vi*it. Ab mt ii o'clock tin- nieces saw
two men enter th'- la,me, but as they Iel them?
selves in with a key, the giris supposad their uncle
hid sent them. Eu*, wh.-n th.-y suv tin m.-n COOM
out a few minutes later with bow overcoats "ti
they decided th" visitors WCTS thieves aili fal?
lowed them. They mel several young friends,
whom they asked to Join them, and Anally the men,
looking bach and seeing the chlldr n wat,-liing
them, became euapldOUl In their turn, and wh. n
they reached th* cemetery they .1 ir-.--I a fun,ral
procession, following ?' hearse through the gates.
Thc Rrown girls then senl "tie of ti-ir com?
panions io summon Policeman Clemenson, who
lives pear ti,.- cemetery. Another -.Ulcer, named
Higgins, aral ilso at th- house, .ir: I he an I CTemen*
s .ii hurried to the cemetery aftei summoning th
patrol wagin fruin th.- Fourth Precinct police sta?
tion. Wh.n tl" v reached the cemetery the girls
polnted "ut th,- nun, who arere then kneeling with
the mourners beside a grave which eras being
flll.-d. 'il,, arrest was mada as quietly as pos?
sible, but naturally created a seen.-, ihe prisoners
protesting against abai I ? - illed i "ahameful
outrage" nut rle- Brown children i Itlvely Iden?
tified them. un. of th.- m.-n tr; ?'. rn escape He
wa quickly caught and Handcuffed lo ii* com?
panion, and when ih.- patrol wagon caf-.
were taken lo the Fourth Precinct police station.
They said they were Oeorge Wllllama, "f Phila?
delphia, and William Wait*, of No. l; Hudi m-ave.,
Ther" wns a stir among the ii,.ilth authorities
nt Elisabeth yesterd . wi n i tel ram was re
l from Dr. Lehlbach, ??( Newark, lhal James
O'Rourke, a man wh i bs t walked from Lorraine tn
Elisabeth, suffering Iron smallpox, snd I I beoa
consigned to '.'.?? pi Itbouaa li-t.. hal in soma un
known manner, obi n I i liberty, uni bad been
picked up in Newark wier.- he ? ill- I at i ft.-.
alspensai-y for tt. itmeni County Ptiysidan
O'RIelley. who senl th" man t,. e pestl was
astound,-1 that h>- should be at largs l' was said
the mau h,i been discharged from tte- peathouae
because 'onie doctor ilsgi ,-? ri ie- i i Mai.- as
only a form of -.kin disease li lulriea wei made
of Superintendent Oreen, who bas cl ??.??? ??' tbs
pine... bul le- seemi ' In otter Ignorance that tne
man had got ..nt ii- in-i ted c. it th.- patlenl was
asleep lu hu .ot in th.- pesthnu ?-. An oltklal in
vestlgatk>B ls ilk- ly to be n . -
The Yale T'nlvrrslty Qtee an I llnn|o club* csv*
their ssrvlcas last arming si i i n erl held in
th- Lyceum in aid of iii- Bogles ' Hospital.
The hall was d'.rated With Yal- Lin.- In honor of
th-* visitor*, and tte- musk was mn, li enjoyed !???
all pres. nt. After th" .'Hart a dance wi- given
?n th.- Armiirv r.r the clubs by ttl.- managers i r tbs
hospital. Tba patroon as "t both entertainments
w.r.- Mrs. Bheppai I Homan Mrs Avmnr Em?
bury, .Mrs John A. Wella Mi*. I. E. SI Inn. Ul
Alanson T. iii.--. Mra -Monard r. Curtis, Mrs,
Charles R. Platt, Mt-. I- \ (Turrle, Mr* J. D.
Probst, Mrs. W. W. Oreen, Mi- Caroline M.
Oerriah, Miss La irs Drake Smith and Mr.*. r. Mur?
Tin: BXTOBtTIOB roopes to morrow.
Preparations ate being made for the opening of
th- World's Fair Prise Winners' Exposition at tba
Grand Central Palace to-morroa vii h bustle ani
activity in the big building, in whl-n ar-- fir' n?
tath-.s of m.-civ nations "f ti.nth. Tbe Orand
Central Palace Building contains nearly 100,000
S'l'irire feet of e \ ll ll ,| I I-Ul r-paoe, .(Il I .'(ll till* will lie
covered with Interesting exhibits, the manag men!
Of the BzpOSltloa hiving alf ely BOld the last
available f.?,- ,,f space. T)"- main Boor Brill be
entirely Siled with foreign exhibits, t'..- native ei
hii.its being on tbe tirst and second galleries < >n
th- third gali.-r.v will be th,- Midway Plalsance
features, Including Ihe streets "f Cairo, tie- Ja
vanes* Village and the Oriental ''af., arith th.*
Byrlsn dancing girls. .\ notable feature "f ti.- Ex?
position will l?- il..- An Cillery.
CROSS OF A FAIR IS Alli OF CRILDSXX,
Til" fair rmi ; ; ? . i 11 e*.!ill.ltion rn) BSjS "f paint?
ings for the l.eii.lit ,,f th- Messiah Home for
Children, which has been open for the last two
days at tbe Fifth Avenue Art Hill,:,, a, closed last
evening. Th" results "f lbs enterprise, while not
as encouraging financially ns on a similar ne. , ion
held two yais ar.i. ni'- nevertheless satisfactory
to th<- managers. Th,- paintings were lei profit
aid,- than lt wss hoped they would be, tait the
fancy g.ls part of the fair an I ll-.- tal.le* ?? hero
th.- ch. r,p.-r |.I* w.r.- soil were succi ? i
"What a giulio football is Rotting to
ho ! Bul as long as it is ;i game, let's
keep our good-nature anti say M well
110111'.'' to 111??* other fellow when lie
Yali; or Princeton colors:
lloiidki r 1,1, f-,
Osai Hal lias*.
We're winning, too, in our .v.-iv.
Hes. ot* elotlies, hats, shoes, furnish*'
iogt, anti money haek il yon want it,
are our tactics.
Beti to-morrow meant warmest and
full of snap?our ulsters, Paddocks
anil long overcoats.
open to-day until 7 o'clock; cloted
ROGERS, PEET & CO.
Sunrise 7r03!Sun --tn l-M Hasa rlSBS llilOMoon's age 21
HIGH WATI-It TO-DAY.
A.M-Sr-n-y Hook 11 ..*" !ov. Mnnd O-glg**-] Os-te 2r02
rn ganflr nook ViM <'-ov. Island !_:__,Hell Gate _.!_
INCOMING STE A SIKHS.
SSTii W-i**t-^.H?i__a: N"v ?.N Y & Cuba
TfimtBDAY. N'dVKMIiKR 30.
.Stettin. Nov ll.Scanrtla
fii11"ay. dbcehbbb i.
Lucanla.Liven,,.,!. N.-v ?.
OUTGOING ST PAM EES.
Tea-et Ua toy M.ns .?:????- Te
RhvnlJn*. K-l Star. Antwerp.S:2J*J?
Parla Amerlc*-?. Bootba-optoo.i.am.im
,-.. ?| I -.ii , . '..lil. ill. ian. I'nlon.I.?' I"
c.'rnia.iie. Whit- Sin. Liverpool. Iir.10 a rn
\, ... !. Savannah. Havannah. ???.
,, War.!, Havana. 1:0U p m
THUBBDAY, HOVBMBBB M
Me_l<*n, Span-Trims. lant-HP*.. 7 a*'a ni
,'? limlil.i. Hriinli-Aiiier. Naples. Said a rn
Dklam, Keth-Am_r. Rottirdaai.ii nw a rn
I'KII'.W. DBCBMBSB 1.
Ueini'7. La aay isl A H"it. ni'* Janeiro vim a. m
Antill;.. Bahama 8s Co. Bases-i. lnwpm
10:iW a rn
0:30 a m
.'tris' p m
3 rlX) p rn
n :00 a rn
WtM B m
11:110 a m
10:00 a m
2:00 p m
sn ip pis a sews
FORT OF Nl-W-YOH!.- TOBBDAT, IBPT. 28. 1803.
Maasser KHU (Br), Omol ,*??S^_a*,,S_*S_2_J-5
Pron, in,-., io. I'.-rinr October IS. Port M.i.l BJ, Olbrsitar
in. ?r.rn.ul.i N.mbei S3, Delaware lirei.kwater XT,
v,,., ,ucai lo Drexel. Morgan * Co, roonet IS hunch.
i- ,. .. .-.. \ ii.e.i ai ina Bar al 10:30 a aa.
H,, .,,",.,- I'uflc (Url, Smith. Liverpool November IT, with
md*-and 2 cabin |.a.ss.-.,?.-rs to H. Maltlaad Kersey. Ar?
ia., i al the liar ni Still a ra. ?
HI, ,mer State itt California (Br), Braae, Glasgow Ito.
X-amltrt Vi. Moville 10. .MU. tills.-. 4r_ ,-.il,ln aili IH.
lo au tin Balttwia *. 0a, AfHaad at
tl,, liar al il ?'?" i' ra. .. ,
Mtrarnrr Dania (Orr), Kuhlewetn, Ilami.iirg ....vernier
,, ,,.. -, n ?rlth mdaa and W cabin and lift ***"????
,: ., ,-,,., Arrived al the Har al l:W ? m.
1 ,.:.| , |:, |_,. \V.-ycr. Antwerp .V-vetn
i? r i* rllh mdae and 2-3 passengers t.. Interaatieaai
Navigation '???. Arrived si tha Har al ililli a IB.
si.iiu.r Cadaguga ISpan), Calle, Dllboa November M.
in ballas) I i J Linea ii Boyd. Arrived al tba Har at las
'. Lmer Msskelrna -Belg). Orennry. Kio Janeiro Me
v,nil-r .*. Iiahla '?'. IVmamburo ?' ?" ??'"'?''? -**' ,*',*!
,?.i... i.i: .-. j Arrived al Hie Har at n ???>
P Steamer Allan IBr), Morrl* Port nu Prfaea Soremoet
I-. i. ,. m|? ti. am- Cay, IS, I leinel 17. Anula IS. st
...... . luj _n K ni ' n -"-? ?i'i, mdae and .1 Tomten.
. pim, lem.I A. OB. Arri.'"I Bl lh- liar nt lo.la
? at Simon i'.u.i"is (Kort, Kaatts. Bare itel TBra ?
dar* ???"'? fruit '?' C.lllerpl. Ilroe ft CO; vesssl t" *A *?>
Hi ri bu ri S i'o Aril-.-l r,i the H-.i al I P Om,
Kt. .-ii. t Arc una .Hr.. Hir'-Bland, Pllle-rs Islaad Novem
hat 21 with lr 'i on to rna. Forwood a- t*o; veaeel to
Ifciwrtng * Arri.I Arrived al the Bar at 4* pm.
Htramer I.na. Wilder, Oalveslon and Key weat, with
nd i tatatxoar* lo O ll Mall,-.- ,v Co. . . ..
Kt.-amer Kl Monte. Parker, N.-w "rl-ai.s. with mdse to
Htearaer Mariann, Kembla, Bew-Orteeas, with mlse and
I li S Allen. ... ,,,
.,..- |.,i? ,- I'hrlslopher, ' Y.-iwf..rd. Jacksonville.
? uti mshlp Co of l-li.rlila.
Tallalia Ubina, Savawmb, ertAB BMBS
:,? i pasaengi ri io B L Walker.
Ktn.-imer lllama, Boblnaon, ('li:.rlc*ton. with nvlse and
? gar* io Hm I' ci- le S Co.
. .**, C. with mdse to nm
Steamer 1 :.'?.,n k-. Hulphers, N..r',.l- and N.*w|? rt
Sam*, wirti ?? ? snd pssaengers lo "ll Dominion Ss Ca,
Klramer Howden, I"hllade|phla. Paine. Weat I'oint. \a,
willi ni.1*" to Old Dominion s* ''?'?
lt rhmond and Norfolk, with m.i>e
, ii i Dominion Hs Co.
s,,l,, Hons Boot Jun" 21. was In tow
" nark S n. Torkeldson. wrailU-ftoa, H '/ M
days, with Oas and Kain to Peabody * Oat vessel la
rv Hook, Or.1.1 p ni Wini ??*... moderate brorze,
bmt Oaysadette, BTalker, Norfolk and Msassrl
N, ,w . f, I I ll i-i.r:. Co. ?-_,_,
ki, ,. i , paine, weat Polnl Old Domlnlea
I (Belg). Mills, Antwerp laisraallaaal
? ' ... -. . i, ?
Ionian WiniT. Nl.k-rson. Boston?II F
tX ur.,1,1 oi-r,. \S ,*?!..?e -II. DOVOr. tOT 0100*0
ot osama, i Charteatoa WBtlam P Cbrla
mer Saltram urn. i'r--n. Cbartoeton, s C?Plas,
. mini < Itr ?. M Kmstrv, I.lv.-rp.--1 ll Malt
>-...,a., parla, i?. I i ptaa lateraatlsaal Na-.i
mr'r 1:1 Bud. Higgin-, Kew-Orlssas Jabs T Van
mer Pentagoet, Oakes, i istport, Ma Jobs C
Hlili.im ll_ls. Stshl. Havara-Smlth, Gr'g.ry A
Htramors Baeeteurh I Bri, for AnJ-r. fur Bfdsmt Kl
\"., ,.;.:i. la.in--n. Ma S.iutli.imp
|i n . I a.,i, ? , Ci.. I.
Till: MOVBMBNTI OB BTBAMBM,
...r II,-..I NI ?' .' ? ' N'ew-York. arrived
ithampt.-n November -- and | I I (or Bremen.
Steanvr tn . 'Bri "i.is from Bea '.'rk for
? ? 2A
drown, fr..ni N.-w-.,ak
? . .,.,,-. .-I al 'il IM ov Nov. ' lbs r 27
Colman, from Hamburg, sailed
.. Kv.-nn- I - I ?? ??? mb. r -JU
.... oivmp . Hir?, Swain from New-York N',v--m
i.. ? ii .en-., i at Hull Novambai tl,
from ll ttl rs un f- r
N- * * ? : ? ? i i ? ?>?' N
? i: land ('i-n. Winekel, from NewTorfc Novem*
her IT (or 0 : ? i lha I III) lalaadi Kovember
flieamer Tsataak 'irn. Cbm>rna. Kew-Tsrli tot Ltrsr
p, .,|, ,?,..?.i i , m<' November '.'7.
Hiram i ?? Itel ns New-Tork November l"
for il November IS
.. i v.. niari il.ut.lu, V'anderxee, from New-Toek
? - i* r r .: _!??? and Rotterdam, passed tie'
li- ol wu-i,i Nov. ?'?-- _,___?__,
<?ir.ii**- '.-. . KJeri I -rlmnnn, from NeW-TOrk
; ai rived ,' li'- nv n November -*.
learner Burgermelater Petersen lOer), Hunger, mllad
f .,,, \. iwe ,\ iterweg tm New Tork November IS
l-oijer, r- - tn New-Tork
Ni.veml-er Iii irrl I at ll Iterdam November 25.
,, r . ,,,,, i, - ,, H.- ,., Peters from Bern rota
.v.- . ml it V ed al 1 lld. n Nov. mber '-ii.
'...m.a ' ni ,.'? 'lin Wataon, (mm New-Tork N"
veml-er ?', arrlveil al Antwerp November 2H.
si.?i,,.-i Storm King iBr) iToat.y, from New*Tork Oe*
Town, Baal London, .-tc, arrived at
<,..,;,, . | ,. nald il'.n. \\il...n (frmn Bama
: from .*-' Mi- !,.i.-i- (oe Beady ii'H,k aad
? | , s'ov. ml ? r 30,
Ht, ,m.i i-hand.-rnager (Br), ssiled ntna Maples for
N< a Vork Nov, ml-ei 13
si ,,:,. r iimi i.t Japan IBr), I.-???. from Vancouver
November 13, arrived ??' Vokohama November IT.
so .mer Amaranth fllr). clift from New-Tork Oetober
?js. arrived il Montevideo Novembei SI
st.-. un, r Orlgen illr), Harrison, rom New-Tork Novem?
ber ?.. \:.. Ilarbad'*, arrived si rain November ii',.
Steamer J IV Taylor illr), Cook, salted trott rfi Lucia
f,,r N'-w-V.,rk November IS
TFi NM'.v A DaxIEZJ, M. D?
rsi WEST Mi'TllsT.
Dlte.isrs ot th" *-*er* "* Krstem, Oenlto-Vrlaan Or?ant,
latpstesry sad Sterility. Boara, a to l, - to p,
E. &. xv " Lbota," rc. __ yr.
A TULL DREH.- l'OI.LAI'_
Dn. LtOB*8 Pl r.i i:? I TOOTI! POWDEB
Kceii* 'ie- teeth ? i-im and white and puriSei the beeaHk
Au ei.'k'unt t'.iiet luxurr. ^ .iii every where, ?_.'. caata.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething w.ft-iis the Rums, i -in?? ?- luilammatlon, titan
pain, ."re. wind mlle ami diarrhoea. 23 reel ? bottle.
MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO
MARIT.MTI Itl'lts IIP
1847 Rogers Bro's. Forks and Spoons.
46 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET,
I MON -t'l tilt,.
4 LL I MKS MANUFACTURED BY 0. 0.
_A mia! M. i,:r.. Um ii.ii. naaie in t etebi csTrylas
Um icaraatca .-f rullBbliify. r.'i and ISO Wm. i-ji?-'??
cmtainlri^ ii"' r Inpi ii.-ii in. tin ii ,,f ntriii'.'lng
f.,r I',r. r* mot ' bS.IS, I- la i.e-t peKecl li.-triiiiiei'l
.,f il- '-in-- llla-lir.t.-il i ara... e. li,-.
Orgtas and I'linns sold fur I ash (ir sn lias) I'jj r.i nts.
158 FIFTH AVIS.
On Thanksgiving because you're cold
and cannot enjoy yourself at the foot?
ball paine, it's your fault. You can just
as well be agreeable and have a day of
pleasure as to be uncomfortable. One
of our Ulsters, that were built to defy
both Old Prob and Boreas, will insure
yon a pleasant outing. $15 to $40.
Our fashionable Derby for 13, and a
pair of our new shade Russet Shoes
trill add to your enjoyment.
Everything for men's wear.
X. RAYMOND & CO.,
IKAf-ISAir AND Fl'l.TOJf BTBEETS.
WE HAVE ENLARGED OUR
nnd it bow embracm oscIh-jIvc ?tvles In
and - Ann
Ster 1 i ng Si I verware.
HULBERT BROS. & CO.,
26 West 23d St., opp.5th Ave. Hotel.
Carhart & Co.'s
Broadway & Canal St. Store,
J To-day *
J MARKED DOWN
J from ?
j 18 and 22 dollars i
5 to 5
$ Si 2.50. I
J Exceptional values even for?
5these times. +
Our stores are open this evening.
For any occasion when a gift is in
order, Solid Silver is always ac?
Gorham Silverware particularly so.
The excellence of design and work?
manship in the productions of this
Company, adds a value to the sim?
plest article bearing its name or
Numerous suggestions are offered
in one department alone. Sterling
Silver Toilet Ware, for instance.
Gorham M'f g Co.
Broadway and iqth Street.
"*0 inches long and loose Utting and
sold exclusively by us.
CLOTH I Kits,
S. W. Cor. 1 160, 162 and 164
Fulton & Nassau Sts. I East 125th St.
NOTE?Look at the prices of
Men's Suits in our windows.
Great Clearing-up Sui? !
Royal Wiltons and Wilton Velvets
at thtat mut s.iiii.i evil i..*?si ihsn
lilli I'llli i. ni' AN ol'IUNAKV BBUAWELB.
BtoPien I .ts. siir.i. plate* ami luiu-itm wi* Un u*t liifni
<t<11? I < .1111? _.-. .Sun,, n haw ii..ul.- Int..
CARPETS AND RUGS
i.r var! ai* tl Ma, Iii uii th' ttitie.-nt l-i :*-i.--. nultablo (or all
kum-, i f ro.iiiis
AT Ki. MX wt rmi MS.
SHEPPARD KNAPP & CO,,
.sixth .wi... urra AM) UTI! MTS. '
lm tx low ii Iii l'riii*iiu,v. .South Amcrl.-o, on tho Ul vi* l'late.
lt Melin' Mot lie l I'll bruted >\>e|ll thut lt ls Wileri" till.
I.'I. Lilli. I
Extract of Beef
.-..mes In. nnil In Hie fertilo li i/ln; M. ids around lt
ur.rited the .utile wlilrh un- alaUfkl -..il 1,000 to '.'.OOO
ii du to in.iii.. Mm finnan* iinxluct, \? lil. li is knowii
mai UM world ?* tho standard for
QUALITY. FLAVOR AND PURITY.
Fine Dress Suits
For Boys and Youths,
For Misses and Children.
Correct styles, for all ages from 4 to ll
yr?., at lhe lowest prices.
.Special attention is called to the astortmenl
of Fancy Suits for small children, suitable hm
Dancing School, Parties, etc. "??*jnr
60-62 West 23d St
We anticipate our annual sale.
Several lines of
reduced from $5, $6, and $7.50
Besides, in addition to our full
lines of high-grade shoes, and in
order to meet the present businesi
depression, we have introduced
many new lines of STRICTLY
SERVICEABLE goods at es.
tremely low prices for their re*
spective grades. We mention
two of them.
Men's Winter Russets, - $3.50
6th Av. & 23d St.,
132 & 134 Fulton St,
for the Holidays.
(6 to io yards.)
French, Scotch and Eng?
35 cts, 50 cts & 75 cts,
Colored Cashmeres, Serge*,
Whip Cords and Camels Hair,
50 cts and 75 cts.
Combination Dress Pattern!,
Broadway A 20th St.
A Scene from tbe American fiewlntioi
Dc. ember -. 17S3.
A lithographic picture. In colora. 14 br li
_? nfc?. aultuble for .ri-mini_, repreacntln*
--?--?iiraIt-ly the lamoni acene In Fr?uncea'?
Tn-vern. Ncw-York .'H.. December ??. lr.**
I'nlilteil hy ll. A. OkiIcii. un mil liorlly ???
?rrnra at tu* American lt. vulnllon. cspreaalr
for Thc Nctv-lork Tribune, cops. rlnlitc-1. nuA
obtainable only from Tin- Tribune. I'or
irnilH orr Riven nt XK n-.liliiuli.ii. Knot, l'ti.
niim, Steuben. Lincoln, t linton. Airreae, VH
('orlliin.il. I.unih. nnil Huuiphrcya. Thia ple
tur?* la hlatorlcnlly OmVBOtt nnd the only on?
of thia aceuc which la no, TU* roout und
the clreumatuncea arr repreaenled Jnat aa
they -were, nnil the uniform- nre correct to
a billion and a. roaetle. lu rolla. poalaif*
prrpuld, by mail. AB -.raia a cap.. .-il-rcaa
THE MEW-YORK Til*,
PllICE 25 CENTS.
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