LICENSE BUREAU GAINS.
NEAMtLT -t&jOOO SO FAR.
Increase Represents What Used To
Be Tammany Blackmail.
T>-.. figures for the first four months of the
present year Jn the Bureau of Licenses still
further emphasize the Tribune-s recent demon
•tratlon of the fact that petty blackmail among
pushcart men and small venders has been
checked: they also show conclusively how many
thousands of dollars an honest and careful ad
ministrfit.or. has added to the city treasury. For
the first four months of 1001, the last Tammany
year. th* total receipts of the Bureau of Licenses
Tv«»re $33,300. For the same period of the pres
ent year the receipts *ere $61,392. showing a
grain of $25.0P2. or almost double, the Tammany
fljnire. Part of the increase in the receipts
represents money that under Tammany would
have gone into the pockets of the ward and dis
trlct politicians and police grafters.
Examination in detail of the figures for the
first four months of the present year reveals
many interesting things. First, the number of
licenses has increased from the Tammany total
of 4,968 to the present figure of MB. another
practical doubling of figures under the Low ad
ministration. Even more interesting are the
figure for the f.r.*t eight days of the present
ir.onth. May Is always a busy period with the
Bureau of Licenses. Many licenses are renewed
fit this time and the receipts are unusually
hich. In 1901 the receipts for the first eight
office days were $12,317 50. 614 licenses of all
kinds ping issued in this time. The first eight
cays of tIM present month netted the Bureau of
Licenses SIS.I3G SO. and 1.310 licenses were is-
Fued. For the present year, then, the neceipts
of the Bureau of Licenses have been $79,52S 2.>,
against | . .'.IT ."At for the same period in the last
year of the Tammany regime, a net gain of
To the summary of the returns for pushcart
licenses for the last three years, which the
Tribune has already published, indicating the
enormous increase in the number of licenses
and the profit to the city treasury, the record
tjr the first four months of the present year
makes further additions. As a sample of this
increase the figures of last month are quoted.
During last April there were 311 new pushcart
licenses issued and 170 renewals, a net con
tribution of $1..".54 to the rity treasury. In
April of 1901 the number of new licenses issued
•was 122 and the renewals totalled SO. yielding
.v;,4v to the city. It is evident that the figures
for Ibe Low administration practically treble
those .f the Van Wyck. and that from this
source alone the city has gained over $1,000 of
revenue in a single month.
Attention is most frequently called to the
pushcart venders because they are supposed to
have been the lusive victims of the black
mailing system of Tammany police and political
administrations. Figures concerning the li
, s ,- ns issued to i;isket peelers are of epual
Interest, for they shared with the pushcart men
the burden of blackmail. Tliey, too. paid their
license fee. and many times their license fee, not
to the city, but to the police. Iti April. 1001.
l>enpe.<s were issued to 74 basket pedlers, and
there v.-pre only six renewals, the city receiving
only $1."»4 for th^s? privileges. Last month
There were 128 new licenses issued and 2<» re
newals, yielding $254. once more nearly doubling
th*> Tammany figures.
Other branches of licensing show a similar
condition. Under the present city administr.i
tion th»> Bureau of Licenses has become practi
cally twice as profitable a department. No less
Fat isf act ory is the return which comes from the
East Side, where residents and workers alike
testify that a new order has succeeded an older
disorder. The old system of collecting a black
mail license or upsetting the pushcart and as
paultinc the venders is passing rapidly away,
and an orderly class of venders is being.edu
cated to the realization that the payment at
City Hall of a nominal license fee gives them all
tke privileges they need. Many thousands (f
pushcart venders had never before known of the
existence of a bureau of licenses, and any futur*
Tammany administration will have much dif
ficulty in collecting tribute from venders, who
have learned to go to the City Hall and get a
COFNTY OFFICIALS DENOUNCED.
Yonkers Minister Says Those of Westchester
Profit by Law Breaking.
Thf poolroom situation and the apparent in
differeno* ot ih^ Westchester County officials in
prosecuting trip?? responsible were denounced
by the Rev. Dl F'-.^Trirni in hi? sermon at Bt
Anrirf-w'f Episcopal Church. Yonkers. on Sunday
evening. He said that N>w-Tork ha>l been
cleared of protected vice, and prayed for a
>lr,e:»i; to l*>ad West Chester County out of the
corrupt political ivildernes?.
A recent indictment of poolroom m«>n arrested
- r Tonkers «ras iHmnliwr<l hy the county jud!?e
on the ground that it ivas imperfectly drawn.
This wss tbc caus-e of Mr. Freeman's sermon.
llr f;:;'I in r'Tt:
After an lior<«ic and praiEeworthy srr«? or th«
proprietor of one of I he r.otoriou^ eamblinp plac«B
••f ih:;- city, wp iind our casos before the county
ocurts either nipniis<=»»ii because Improperly nt
tainf'J sine! presentM or else munhf n and forgot
ten. IVfi-inco by lawbreakers, m«n who live by
« riminal practice, who prej upon th<» wage earner
and th** youth of our city, roee unrehuk^d by the
authorities, nnd w<» «it supinely Jndifferfnt f.hile
r-niuicianp play their cam' and rnckf a travesty of
cffnrtp aftfr civic ■ rment W*- are belnc treat
<^J to a comedy of ettut't in which the leading
roles nre played by mea who fatten at the public
SCHOLEK CALLS VERDICT A DISGRACE.
He Sets Aside One on Death of Girl Thrown
Coroner Cirtinlrr yesterday set uMe the ver
dict of a jury at th«» iuq|iMi into the death of
EsthT Weiner. nineteen years old, of No. 403
Grand-Ft.. h<- was killed on March 25 at Grand
st. and th*» Pr.-,\ <>ry by b»ing thrown from a
Madison-aye. car. The motorman of th*» car
Is under arrest, '-hare-pd ivith homicide. His
name i? Michael Kiernan and he has been pa
roied in custody of the company's counsel since
When the iury returned it rendered the fol
}n-n.;r.^ verdict: "That the death of Esther
■\Veiner iraa dn- to the fact that the car started
th*> deceased had properly boarded it."
Coroner Scholer as soon as the verdict was
I will K«?t asidf this verdict on the ctout.iJ that
It is net in accordance with the e\-ldence adduced
hare. 1 ■rll put the aae over until next Monday.
It is a disgrace to brir.e in such a verdict on the
evidence ?iven. I never had such a verdict before.
The jury has jrone too far over the evidence. You
mad*- ■ mistake by poi.ig too much into <i»t^ii;.-
You had no right t» brins in puch a verdict. I
wIH make you come down here every Monday un
til you learn jury duty.
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
A.LBEMARLE— Captain F. W. Ralston, U. £_ A.
FIFTH AVE.NTE- Ex-S*nator Frank Hiscocic, of
Syracuse, and E. B. Aidrich. GRAND— Fltxh'j^h
I>ee. Jr.. C. S. A . anfl Commander J. C. Fr»mont,
I" S. K. HOLLAND- lyouls F, Payn. of Chatham
IStPERIALr- Statee Senator J. Frank All««,
of Delaware and ex-Mayor D. C. Robinson, of El
nilra. MANHATTAN"-. 1 . M. Beck, of Washington;
S:r Williaai C. Van Home. of Montreal: H D.
Abbott. E H. Dearth and James V. Barry. Insur
ance <"ommiysioners of Massachusetts. Minnesota
ai:d Michipan: <?x-United States Senator Re-dfield
Procior. of • -rmont. and E. A. Garlington. I.
S. A KHAY HILL-W. Prague Celeman, U.
c. A. WALDORF-ASTORIA— F. H. Prince, of
Bcstor. and L.vis F. Corea, Nlcaraguan Minister
to the United States.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
B"sr^ •* Ai<l»rm»n. Clt> KsJl. afternoon.
Liquor <>altTs' rn**Un«. Terrace Gsrd^n. afternoon.
Meeting of the Tammany Oneral Committee. XXXIVth
Aticsr.tly Diitricl. Xo. 2.0C1 I>exiorton-av*., S p. ia.
SieeUmr sff the Bar aasMSMftßt, No. 42 Waat Forty
fcurth-et.. I p. m.
TMBJcary 6o<'ie»> meetlnf, evenln*.
Co;»b»».tlon of centennial of birthday of Ju«to» LMMs; by
tb* Veredn D«ut*cb«r CSieinlker, Cbeniuti Club. J.'o.
14* *PTMt FUOsSftbr-SC 6 a. xa.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
MURPHY GUARDS HEALTH
Croker s Old and Unsanitary Back
Room to Dim p pear.
Expert plumbers and sanitary- engineers have
reported to Charles F. Murphy, leader of Tam
many Hall, that the executive offices on the
first floor, on account of the toilet rooms and
lack of ventilation, are in an unsanitary condi
tion, and that it would be dangerous for any
mm to transact business amid such surround
Plumbers and carpenters yesterday began re
modelling the rirst floor of the old building and
under Mr. Murphy's orders the old back room.
where John Kelly and Richard Croker sat year
after year and bossed things, will disappear.
When the remodelling is done the rank and file
•will hardly recognize the old quarters, so radi
cal are the changes that are going on.
It is the belief among the "old timers" in the
organization that John Keily died prematurely
because of frequently breathing the poisonous
airs and gases of the dark back room where the
cash was handled for so many years. Richard
Croker became ill several times on account, as
he snid. of the bad air of the old back room,
and finally spent as little time as possible at
his desk. He told his lieutenants that it was
not a fit place for any one to stay, as the air
was so foul that it was like poison to him.
John C. Sheehan nad the same complaint when
he resigned temporarily in the Wigwam.
John F. Carroll and Lewis Nixon would not
work at the old desk. Mr. Carroll, when he was
obliged to stay at Tammany Hall any consid
erable time, occupied a desk in the front room,
and Lewis Xixon did the same during his brief
Charles F. Murphy had not been at work
many days consecutively before he became 111.
His doctor told him that, inasmuch as he had
been ill with typhoid in 1901 and was still in a
debilitated condition, it would not do for him
to work in a room where the air was bad.
Murphy thought his doctor was overstating the
case, but after an investigation of the premises
had been made by sanitary engineers he or
dered the remodelling. Mr. Murphy is now at
Mount Clemens, Mich., on account of his health.
The toilet rooms never have had any ventila
tion. The sides of the executive offices back
up against Tony Pastor's Theatre. The en
gineers found things about as bad as they could
be. The plumbers are under instructions to
remove every vestige of the old plumbing and
replace it with the best. An airshaft will con
nect the ceiling of the toilet rooms with the
outside air. The old folding doors which used
to shut Croker and Kelly from th« crowd are
to go, along with ths partition cutting the room
in two. A new wooden and ornamental metal
partition will run half the length of the room,
making offices for Mr. Murphy and Thomas F.
Smith, secretary of the organization. This ar
rangement will throw half of the front room
into what used to b° the rear room, and this
L shaped inclosure will be the general lounging
room. The alterations will co?t several thousand
dollars, and will make the offices neat and
VST CO. OUT.
Sivth to Withdraw from Clearing
House Because of New Rule.
The Morton Trust Company ha.s prlven notice of
wrttMrMral from the New-York <"learing House on
May 2>' X<Miot- was pent by it to its depositors
yesterday that on and after thf .late nam^d checks
and drafts drawn on the company should be pre
sented for payment at its office. This is one of th°
most important of the withdrawals which have
taken piaoe since th<=* exodus of trust companies
from tr;<? '"l^arincr House began. According tc its
last statement, the Morton Trust <"ompany had de
posits amounting to $51,000,000. and it had a capital
of J2.OTO.OrtO and ■ surplus of $5,815,000.
The Morton is th* sixth trust company which has
terminated its connection with the Clearing House
because of the latter institution's new requirement
that truFt companies clearing- through th«» Clearing
House shall maintain a certain percentage of ra?ti
reserve. It is understood that three or four more
truet companies will within the next few days
withdraw from the Clearing House.
Asked what likelihood there was of the formation
of a Hearing house for trust companies, an officer
of a leading truet company yesterday said:
If we were Fure that the banks would r»c"gnlze
such .i clearing house and send to it all checks on
tr-is-t companies members of it. it would be an easy
matter to organize it. But if the hanks refused
to recognize it and sent all surh checks to the
trust companies' offices <jire-t. the possibility of
success would be extremely dubious. Personally, I
do not think that there will be any such clearing
JEROME FINDS GRAVE MISTAKES.
To Confer with Mr. Hammond Again About
Dock Board Scandal.
District Attorney Jerome said yesterday that he
had read the reports made to him of the com-
Pla!nts in the Dock Board scandal. He would have
another ferei oe with John Henry Hammond,
the special counsel ployed by the Corporation
Counsel to begin proceedings, Prom what Mr.
Jerome had found, he said, there had been grave Ir
regularities, but as yet he had found nothing that
would warrant criminal procedings. There might he
relief in a civil proceeding for th«- city on th<» con
tracts. Thus far he had not the name of any in
dividual who had committed a criminal act.
SOLD DIAMONDS AT SACRIFICE.
Petition Against Jeweller Charges That He
Transferred Assets to Brqtherin-Law.
A petition in involuntary bankruptcy was filed
in the United States District Court yesterday
against David Maxx, a dealer in diamonds and
Jewelry at Nos. 52 and 64 Maiden Lane. The
petitioning creditors are J. H. Fink & Co., who
have a claim amounting: to $20,716; Bruhl Bros.,
whose claim amounts to $6,661; Albert Lorsh &
Co.. whose claim is $2,7<6. and H. Z. & H. Oppen
heim, with a fourth claim of $9,905. The petition
■sfetng for the appointment of a temporary re
ceiver, states that the alleged bankrupt has within
the last three months transferred to Carl Oppen
heim. his brother-in-law, assets to the amount of
$50/00. It is further charged that he "fraudulently
concealed or disposed of property valued at $50,Of<V'
and that within three months Marx has paid out
$40,000 or $50,000 to allege-1 creditors for alleged
antecedent Indebtedness with the intent to prefer
such creditors over his other creditors.
The petition states that a committee was ap
pointed at a meeting of Marx oredltois. composed
of Alfred Kown, Charles Blatz, Lee Relchman and
A. Goldsmith, to examine Into the affairs of the
alleged bankrupt. The committee found, accord
l&itothi j&euuoa. that. M^'i Ud.«« i9OM
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. MAY 12. 1003.
Give your ankles air.
Low shoes are in high favor al
ready, though their real season's just
Black calf and russet, vici kid and
patent leather, white canvas.
$3.50 and $5.00.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
258 Broadway.oppcuite City Hall.
and 7 and 9 Warren St,
842 Broadway, cor. 13th. ;. W« «I 1 order*
and 140 to 14$ 4th Ay«. • by mall.
1260 Broadway, cor. 324.
. . and 84 We»t 38d St.
Lace Bed Sets.
On Tuesday, May 12th, we
will offer an extensive assort
ment of High Grade Ruffled
Lace Bed Sets, at unusually
White Irish Point,
80 sets, various designs,
$6 & $10 per set.
60 sets, several patterns,
$io.si 5 & $20 per set.
Ruffled Muslin, $1 to $4.75 pr.
Ruffled Net, $1.35 to $3.50 «
$1.50 to $4.50 pair.
$2.00 to $6.50 pair.
Lord £3 Taylor.
FOR THE COUNTRY HOUSE.
GREEN ASH FURNITURE.
Arm Chairs 7.50
ArtlPtir Summer Rupp, Mattings, Draperies, etc.,
to harmonize. Factory prices on all the cor
rect furniture you
"buy optmb maker"
Geo. G.Flint Co.
43. 45 a«d 47 WEST 23? ST
CARRIAGE EXTRAME. 28 WEST 24TH ST.
Factories: 505 to 515 West 32d Street.
diamonds to the value of $17.0nn. outstanding ac
counts. $12,000; rash in hank. $5,405; Jewelry, $9,000,
and gold watch cases worth $5,200, and that his
liabilities amounted to $125,000.
Just before leaving th« Federal BuilrJing 1 , Judge
Holt, of the United States District Court, appointed
Charles M. Hough as temporary receiver of the
businepp. and fixed the receivers bond at J2 = >.'W
The firm of Mayes & Hirschfield represent the
surri»» 4:4"i Sunset 7:06lMoon ri?»» S:l7|Moon"s ags 13
A.M.— Sandy H'v-k S:o2jGov. Island S:34tHell Gat« 1023
P.M.— Sandy Hook B:l9iGov. If land S;sl|Hell Gate 10:40
V*bmL From. Line.
Minnesota Swansea. April 24
Manuel Calvo Nap>s. April 23 _____
•Esperanza Havana. Msy fi ....N T * Cuba
Cevic Liverpool, M"ay 1. White Star
Cltta di Torlnc Gibraltar, May 1.. La Veloce
•Philadelphia Curacoa. May 4 ....Red D
•Maranhense Para. April 29 ...Booth
•X Wm. der Grosse.. Bremen. Ma> 5 N G Lloyd
Sarlepna Naplea. April 2f> .Italian
Alabama Copenhagen. April 25 Scand-Am
C'ltta di Messina Gibraltar. May 2 Italian
•Fontabelle St Thomas. May 7 Quebec
El <"i<l Galveston,- May 7 Morgan
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13.
•Frledrich der Grosse. Bremen. May 2 j; G TJoyd
Brooklyn City Swansea. April 28 Bristol City
Alamo Galveston, May 6 Mallory
•Merchant Prince . Barbados. May 5 Prince
Princess Ir^ne Genoa. April 30 NG Lloyd
THURSDAY. MAY 14.
•Germanic Liverpool. May 6 White Star
Macsillia Naples, April 28 Fabre
St. Nicholas ..Antwerp. April 30 Ph«n!x
•llaranhense Barbados. May 6 Booth
El Monte Ne-v -Orleans, May 9 Morgan
Vessel. For. Une. Malls close. ullt
Kronprinz Wilhelm, Bremen. G L...12:5t0pm 4:oi»p
Nord America, Naples. La Ve10ce.... . B:3oam 11:00 am
Bolivia. Hayti. Hamb-Am 8:30 am 12:<>> m
Allianea. Colon. Panama 8:30 am l;0Opm
Iroquols. CharW i. Clyje 3:00 pm
Victorian. Llverpo. 1. Leyland .
Manuel Calvo. Havana. Spanish
El Alba. Galveston. Morgan . 3:oopm
Horatio, North Brazil. Booth 12:00 m 3:00 pm
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13.
Philadelphia. Southampton. American. 6t3oam 10:00 am
Teutonic. Liverpool, White Star.... 3:Boam 12 m
Rotterdam. Rotterdam. Holl-Am 7:80 am 10:00 am
Consuelo. Hull. Wilson
El Faso. New-Orlears. Morgan B'oOpm
Ccmal. Galveston. Mallory 00 n m
Colonies, Argentine. Houston 10:30 am I -00 pm
New-York. Turk's Island, Clyde 12 80pm 8:00 p m
THURSDAY, • MAY U
FOrst Bismarck. Hamburg. Hamb-Am. 6:30 am l«: 00 ■ m
KSnlgln Lulse. Bremen, N G Lloyd... l^-OO m
La Bretagne. Havre. French 7:00 a m 10:00 am
Mongolian. Glasgow, Allan—State...... — 12-nOtn
Pretoria. Bermuda, • Quebec 8:00 m 10:00 a m
Esperanza. Havana, War<* 8:00 a m 1 1:00 am
El Mar. Galveston, Mcrtra.i., 3:oopm
Apache, Charl»«ton, Clyde... 3:oopm
Port of York, Monday, May 11, 1903.
Bteamer Ivernla fßri. Stephens, Liverpool May 3 bjsj|
Queenstown 8. Vtrnon H Brown A Co, with 2»8 c*bln
end 1.582 utteraga paseeorcra, ma.lls a.nd m:««. Arrlv«<l
a,t til* JBax at 4.3 t nj.
The Travelers Insurance Company
New York Branch, 31 Nassau St. HARTFORD, Conn.
For Summer Homes,
Yachts and Camps.
James McCutcheon & Co. direct attention to their extensive assortment of House
keeping Linens,. rtje., in the serviceable, medinm-priced qualities suitable for use in the
Country, at the Sea Shore, or in the Mountains.
Table Damask by the yard. Hemstitched Linen Sheets.
85c, $1.00. 1.25 and 1.50 per yard. Single Bed size. $5.00 5.50 6.00 a pr.
Table Cloths. Double Bed size. $5.00 6.00 7.00 a pr.
2x2 yds., .. at J2.W 2.50 3.or> 8.50 Hemstitched Pillow C«*es.
- IS 40ft 450 500 22*4x36. SI nr, 1 25 IM Iff &np
2isx24 " 4.00 4.50 5.00 6.00 Z&2 \-% Inn o^ son - «
21.4x3 " su©o 6.00 6.50 7.00 27x36, 1..5 2.00 2.50 3.00
Larsrpr stz<»s at proportionate prices. HEMMED COTTON" SHEETS.
Special. -A quantity of odd Cloths, from Single Bed Size. $1.25 1.75 2.00
three to four yards long, at 25 per cent. Double Bed size, . 1.60 2.00 2.25
reduction. Summer Blankets.
Napkins. Single Bed size, $3.00 4.00 4.50
Breakfast size, $1.75 2.25 2.50 & 3.00 Double Bed size. 4.50 6.00 7.00
Dinner size. 2.50 3.00 3.50 & 4.50 Summer Bedspreads.
Colored Bordered Hemstitched Sets. Honeycomb— Single Bed. Ssc. *■ $1.00
For Breakfast and Luncheon. Double Bed, $1 1.25 & 1-50
2x2 yd. Cloth & 1 doz. Doilies. $12 & 14 Dimity & Aerial— Single. $1.25 2 & 2.50
°x2u Cloth & 1 doz. Doilies. $13.50 & 16 Double, $1.50 2.50 & 3
2x3 "Cloth & 1 doz. Doilies. $15 & IS Patent Satin— $2.00 3.00 * 4.00
_ . . Double, $2.50 3.00 & 5.00
Towels. ' _ . . .
Hemmed Huck. $1.50. 2, 2.50 & 3 doa. Summer Comfortables.
Hemstitched Huck. S3, 3.50 & 6 doz. Filled with Clean Cotton. $1.50 2 & 3.00
„ _ _ . Wool Filled. $3.00 4.00 4.50 & 5.00
Bath Towels. „•., .
Hemmed Turkish, 25c. 35c. & 50c. . - Veranda Pillows.
Hemstitched Turkish, : 50c., 75c.. & 1.00 A special lot of several hundred, with
Bath Mats, in great variety, 75c. to 1.50 1 Scotch Tartan. Coverings at 75c, each. ;
James McCutcheon & Co.
"The Linen Store." 14 West 23rd Street.
' Steamer Mlnnehaha. ißri. Robinson, London May 2, to
ths Atlantic Transport Line, with 44 rabin paesengers and
mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 5:40 a m
Steamer Anchoria (Br). Wadeworth. filsegnv April 30
and Moviile May 1. to Henderson Bros, with 173 cabin
and 30S> Fteerage passengers and mdse. Arrived at th»
Bar at 7:35 a m.
Steamer Pot«dam (Dutch), Potter. Rotterdam and
Boulo*n«» nr Mer May 2, t<-> the Holland-America Line.
with passengers, mails and mdse. Southeast of Flr»
Island at S:3l> p tn.
Steamer Or^a (Itali. R»v»lln. G»noa March 25. Messina
April 2. Olrgentl 7 and Palermo 22. to Hirzell. Feltmann
& Co, with mdse. Arrived at th» Bar at 2 r r.i.
Steamer Calabria (Br). RrldKes. Marseilles April 14.
Genoa. IS, Leghorn 22. Naples 25 and Algiers 28. to Hen
ri»r!«on Brothers, with 4 cabin and 1.243 steerage pa»
sengers and mds». Arrived at ihfi Bar at fi:2rt a m.
Steamer Beatrice (tier), Chrlstopherson. Port Antonio
May 5. to the t'nlted Fruit Company, with 2 cabin pa»
sengers and fruit. Arrived at the, R«r at S a m. '■
Steamer Philadelphia. Crockett. La. Guayra May 1.
PiiTto Cabf-110 2. Cuiacao 4 and San Juan U. to Boulton.
BHaa & Dallett. with 77 passengers, malls and mdse.
Arrived at the Bar at 2:10 t> m.
Steamer Proteus. Ga*rer. New-Orleans May 8, to th*
Southern Pacific Company, with passengers and mdse.
Steamer City of Memphis. Savage, Savannah May P. to
the Ocean Steamship Company, wltll passengers and
Steamer Manna Hata. Charles. Baltimore, to H C Fos
ter, with mdse. _
Steamer Grenada <Br). Murchison. Philadelphia May 10.
to the Trinidad Shipping and Tralins Company, In
Steamer Or*a (Ital). frrm Genoa. Palermo, etc. Off
the Highlands at 2:14 i> m.
Steamer Rosneath. from Port Spain. South of the.
Highlands at 3:45 p m.
Steamer El Slglo. from Galveston. South of the High
lands at 4:27 p m
Steamer Zeeland. from Antwerp. Southeast of Flr«
Island at 3:44 p rr, -
Steamer Zeeland <Br). Roberts. Antwerp May 2, to
The International Mercantile Marine. Company, with 120
cabin and 1.3V4 *teera«t« passengers, mails and rndse.
Arrived at the Bar at fl IS p m.
Bt«amer Esperanza, Rogers, Vera Cruz May 2. Progre»o
4th and Havana Bth. to James E Ward & Co, with ninety
nine passengers, malls and mdse. Arrived at the. Bar at
7:15 p m.
Sandy Hook, N J. Stay 11. 9:SO p m — "Wind tut- light
breeie ; clear.
Steamers Phosbus <TW>. for Flushing (for orders)- Prin
cess Anne, Norfolk and Newport N*we.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
1 riymouth. May 11. 7:45 a m— Sailed, iteamer Pennsyl
vania (Ger), Spliedt, from Hamburg and Bouloens for
; Shields. May 0— Sailed, »teamer Primula (Nor). Thomsen
Bristol. May 11 — Arrived, stesmer LJandaff City <Br)
Lizard. May 11. S:3O a m -- Passed, steamers Mlnnetonka
(Br>. Layland. Naw-Yorlt for London; DeutschUnd
(Ger tank). D»lldorff. New- York.
Moville, May -Arrived, steamer Columbia (Br). Bax
ter. New-York for Glasgow (and proceeded),
i Prawle Point. May l<V-P«,s»«d. steamer British Prlni-e»
(Br), Freeth. Antwerp for New York
I Inlitrahull. May -Passe.!, steamer I>nur»n>lan ißr>.
Stewart. Glaacow for New-York.
j Port Bald, May 10— Arrived, «t«anier Klsh (Br>. Rob«t
•on, N«w-?ork vi* Ai#;«rj, for 6latapor*> Mt^Atu
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The Earl of Pawtucket
.'.SPEfIU, MATINEE TOD4V \T 2:30
ELSIE LESLIE as KATHARINE
IN THE TAMIN'I OF THE 3HREW
victohia. 42 st. 1 iiiinripi n
By&TAv Sat Mat WA R Fit" 2 11
DAVID BELASCO ff H 11 1 IL L U
I'i>""riia « n -.THK At rrio> KKB."
Rotterdam. May 9. 2 p — Arrived, steamer Ryniam
*Dutch). Van der Z«e. New-York via. Boulogne.
Newcastle. May t*--t>ali«J. steamer Onto (Brr. , Ward.
Scllly. May 11, 6:20 p m— Passed, steamer Vaderlan.i
iße'gi. Ehoff, Rt>-Ttrii for Antwerp.
Hamburg. May 9 — Arrived, steamer Patricia <Ger). Reos
ing. Ww-Ycrk via I'lymouth an.:' i btr>nui|
Bremen, May 11 Arrived, «t»im?r Grosser KurfarM
(Gen. Retmkasten. -York via Plymouth «nU
Cape L'Agulhas. M»y fr -Passed, steamer Rlppingham
Grßnze (Br). Angel. New -York for Fremar.tle. Adt
Monteviiieu. May Arrived, steamer Canning (Brl. Ham
mond. New-York. •
Boulogne. May i), midnight— steamer Statendam
(Dutch). Bakkar (from Rotterdam). New-York.
Suez, May 11 Arrived, steamer Seneca (Br). Beyncn.
Yokohama, etc. fr. N*w- York-
Gibraltar. May 11 — Passed, steamer Gera (Ocr), Dewers,
Genoa and Naples for New- York.
Table 3ay. May 11 — Arrived, steamer British Monarch
ißr). Walker, New- vi* St Vincent. C V.
St Michaels. May 11 — Arrlve.l. steamer F»lk* (Br). Merrt
fl«ld. New-York for .Bordeaux ifor coal).
SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS.
San Francisco. May 11.— Th* official closing qu.->
tatlons tor mining stocks to-I*y were as follows:
Alta 06 Justice 0T
Alpha Con 03 Kentucky Con 05
Andes 26 L Waah Con...* •«
Belcher -V» Mexican 91
Best A Belcher 1 33 Occidental Con 41
Bullion «* Ophtr i an
Caledonia l.» Overman 44
<"hallenj*« Con 41 1 Potcst 30
Chollar 2rt 9avag« 23
Confidence 1.00 Sag Belcher 21
Con Cal * Va Sierra M«va-la (V 4
Con Imperial 13 Syndicate .06
Grown Point..... 2S 8t Louis -..»
OouH * Currr 45,Vnion C«n..., „ .M
Hale _» Norcrc«a ...... .74 Utah Con „ JIT
Julia , WJ , •_ J^_« JJJ ._Ci9IIX*UB». iaoatt. ....-....• IBt
f-| A f V»Q BmaAw*7 a-.l 30th St.
U*\Lt I v 3 Eve. 8:15. Sfat. YT««» A Sat.. 2-li
CECIL SPOONER ™ ♦
MV LADY PEGGY GOES TO TOAV\.
WAIXACK'S. - Ev??.. fc» M»f.». W«4 A S»t.. 2:li
GEORGE ADE"S WITTT iIUSICAt. SCCCZ33.
□ OnfTflD'C COMEDT A VAUD. SHOWS. C3r.. 50c.
rnUU lUn O rx*ry Aft. A Ere. r«s. t.v . Rx Sfa. il
OQrd Bl« »11-var |Ej«» Uhol.Browaf
tOst. V«nd>vllle. I**'- „ "*aod«rrUle.
COth Xellie MffHenrj 1125 th SSS! *«• « h * i 100?'i 100 ?'
American I RESURHECTIGN
Second Crowded Week. 1 iILwUHIILU I IUII
1/riTll'Ol B*way | BEST SHOW IS TOWS.
KEITH S and ! 3O— Great A--t»--30
■AIbI I II W| uth St. ■ PRICKS SSc and 50a.
MAJESTIC GRAVD CIRCLE. B-way * 90th St.
WIZARD OFOZ I'SSaSH*
WITH MONTGOMERY A STONE. | Ev.* Sat. Mat. 1.3#
HARI.eX f Krsm. 8:15. Matlaee SatnnlaT. 2.-13,
OPERA I | n al ,h | a ffar«nn To-nlarht.
HOt.oE. I dOSßpfl jßJiarSua "Rip van WtakJa"
IllinniV HILL THEA. t^s. Are. A 43a St.
IT]!! KKA I MATI.NEE EVERY DAY. 25*.
11l U II II H I "She Stoops t» Conqner."
CTR E X!i
KOXORAH. 3 MORTONS.
J*s»r!« Coathoni. 5 T>» Lucas. All Star A-<
\ BIG HIT
"The Beauty bhow of Broadway"
M«JT<i Earn P. ?!rat>ert * If Iron A Zimmerman" •
PIIISCESS. B'way * 23th St. Mats. Ttmrs. A SaX.
"Kept th» aadl<»Ti<-e L*n?h!n* all Ev«nins; ' — H»rs
CHASI H. HOPPER. THERE & BACK
CRITERION THEATRE, Kway A *itn it
Last fj Eip..'*:»). Mattne«a W«<l A IM . 2:l*.
CHARLES HAWTREY As**£:iSf.
GARRICK THEATRE. 83th St. near B - Tsr.
Last 5 Evct.. S:3O. Ma.tla«es TV^d, A 3at . 2:13.
SKIPPER & CO., WALL STREET.
SEW SAVOY THEATRE, 34th St. A Bw» .
Ev^s., 8:15. Martneea 'Wed I Sat.. 2:15.
EZRA KENDALL Tnn 8 1l^ H Gxn
CARDEX THKATRF. 2Tth «t. * 3la<!!se>s «rs.
USSSTk'ZZ 29 0 EVERYMAN
MAD ISO* SQ. THEATR& 2«h St.. near B'wsr-
E-srs.. M.TO. Matin^s Thursday & Saturday-. 215.
S&g£s£ss££A Fool am, His >loney
HPRALn SQ - Last 2 Weeks
«-'.«- T HEA ETHftM Mat. Wad. AM
GRACE GEORGE in PRETTY PEGGY
SOUTH FIELD. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
• .._ 111TH-ST. ANT> AJfSTERPAM-AVF.
NEXT THURSDAY AT 3 P.M.
Tn th<> »v»nt of rain ut> until 2 F. M. th« perf->rin3T»
will b» postponed until th» foll«wlnc afternoon tt 3
AN OPEN AIR PERFORMANCE
of th» Fore«t Scenes of Sliak-*resre - 9 CoaMr,
As You Like It
IN ATr> OF THE
University Settlement Kindergarten.
£5-TICKETS AT REGULAR PBICEB ON SALE AT
ALL HOTELS AND TICKET AGENCIES. PRICES. IX
13 AND » ADMISSION. SI.OO
Gas Logs, Fire Sets,
Screens and Antiqoe
FRANK H. GRAF
322 SEVENTH AYE.
Knlrkcrl»o<k»r Tneatr*. BVar «t 3ftt.ll St.
Last 5 Nights. At 8 sharp. Matin»e "Wei * Sat. at X
K.ai^iSMß. BLIfP BGARD
Moadar, May 25 mi*»tr« cIojM TT«<l. Mar lf>.
Mehler A Co.'h All Star Rom<>» * Juliet
ACADEMY OK MVSIC. 14th '.5*. A Irrlnir PL.
FRANK DANIELS IH
I* >lIJBS SIMPLICITY.
Prices 25. 8a 75. 1.00. Mat. Sat y. 2 ■•. la,
"RT? O A T\\V A V THEATRE. " 4!»t-st »Bw«r.
JDl\UAl^l»ill Ev.. 8. Mats W«i. Sc Sat. 2.
Henrr W. ?»va»« Presents the. New Musical Om»JT
PRINCE OF PILSEN
inVl>« PLACE THEATRE. LASTTi fiW
aacea with .MISS WEKBEK. To-nUht. Last T?n»£
"DIE GEISHA." \v-1 -DIE FI.EFtr 1 ' '
Rlinil Bw I \*T 6 TIME! 8 . 5
BIJOU ,00. at MAR)E CAHILL
T^ast Mat Sat. " in >'A>CY BBOWX
BTX^CO I HEATRE • SJT^S^ at *"
DAVID MUKD pr*»cnt» THE DABIWO
BUM UATES 1» O*" THE t.OD».
r-nCM I 'WORLD I.V \\. 1«w firospt.
tUt.IN<;I\EM A T O G n A P H .
MV•■ E. I May Day Celebration. My»te.-ioa?.
\A/CCT t. M U mr. Long- mann.
WC. O I tl I N LJ All on Account of EI1»*.
14th St. Th»-ii«r.- near Bth aye Mats. Wed. * ?at
tmp ym Aftll A WC Sl> week— Thrtr best tut
I nt ■^fcUUnAiiOuf.xxixc for office.
PASTOR'S. Hth St.. cear H A.c CONTINfCC3.
2<"> AND 30 CHNTS. Shenuan .m De Forrest. Ju:«* »
Ella Garrison, many oth»ra.
MORKiS PARK RACES
WESTCHESTBR. X. T.
CTH DAY. TI'ESDAY, MAY 2TH. ;
The Harlem «ellln« and lite other r«vc«*>
MUSIC BT LANDER.
Take 2d Are. "I." to Willis Aye . thence tr Sp«cJ«l Tr«'n»
direct to Morris Park -—-.-1..
FIRST RACE. 2:30 P. M FIELD. SO Cb.*T*.
NEW tork ixsTrrvnox for THE INSTRUCT OV
OF THE DEAF AND DCMB.
New York. M»y 1!. »*)»_
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meetln*- of the member* and the election qi
ofScer* ana Director, will te held at the ißstituttemj*
Washington Helshu. ■ T— vii. afternoon. Mi. 19. l»?3.
at S o'docic the Battalion will be renewed aac !n
epeeted by Br!(. Cea. Georse Moore gmttX >. C.. N. T. .
at S SO. I
Carriage* will b« at the One rrindro.l j and F.:rtr-a:th>
Street tutlon, Weet 3td* elevated roeA Jfrom 12:30 to t
o'elaek. U> eoa-rey 3i«mr-«.-i •-> -.-■> groin.!* of the ln«:tu-.
Ml t tings.
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