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POOLROOM MEX FIXED
i'sVirie Pati $500 Each and Txco
$1,000 — Dr. Myers Disappointed.
The eleven men who were Indicted for making
' %andbookn in Brooklyn on evidence furnished by
1 th« jsjciCTj for the Enforcement of the Criminal
f Law were sentenced yesterday. All were liped.
r bui Judge Crane said that in the future the sen
'■ ftenees for similar offences would be much more
; •evere. All the men r-aM their fines.
5 «Lsm*mblnnan William L. -Sandford. nder
i lEtaetiff for former Sheriff Ouden. and W.lliam J.
SETT No. £S2 EvergT«?«i-ave.. who were found
'■ Str, after a trial, of a felony, under Section **
; __T___ P«a»a Code, were fined $1,600 each, with the
i __n_n__t»« »f three months in the King. County
i"e_ti_ry. wto© consented to plead guilty to
The nto« «c*n who consented to plead guilty to
{hat part of the indictment alleging a misdemeanor
'ender Section S« of the code were fined U>\ with
kt* alternative of thirty days in tho Raymond
JCttreet JmXL They are Arthur E. Quelch. alias Ai -
i thur Smith. No. Bl Manhattan-aye.; Antonio
rT_-Mf «*gar manufacturer. N<>. 30S l,iving?ton-Pt.:
' 'Charles Strtryrer. No. 131 Jefferwn-ave.: Thomas F.
! ___n. «Ha« William Pimp!-. No. 45 Flushing-aye ;
JESj. SchmWt. or Smith, alias "Jack" Sk-l^v
Ko. MS Flushing-aye.: Thomas Harding No. W»
: Uedford-ave.: Daniel Uafcer. No. •» Bedford-a^e..
i |Da^ld Ll I^^'V. son of the preceding. No. SOO Bed
i|ford-ave.: Joseph Brown, alias Paterson. No. .03
! l 4 MDAenoing Sandford and Bkel. f««_« Crane
\mM *j, h^ took under consideration that theirs
Uwfre th» M comicUons under the law m tms
'State, that h« charge,! the law differently «x> lw
ifc-M^formed, than some judges l«d chnrf.- and
| {thai the men lost their citizenship.
J in ECEtencms the other men he said: This law
! must be obeyed, and the. poolroom business has
_Tot to stop. Now. I give you due -warning that 1f
i iti«»e eon-rlctioT-5 and sentence? don't stop it. vio-
Iktion. occurring after to-day will *>c much more
| Severely punished: andjf ary of you come back
here you wfll go to jail."
I Counsel for Sandiord and Ebe', have filed notice
f>f *.J>P**l. The deciaion on apj«al will determine
the constituUonallty of th« law. which has not
tested yet.
I Retarding the sentences, the Rev. Dr. CorUand
; ; Mrers sti'A he was disappointed that the men were
•ot wo: to iaa because h» thought such a«lon
| S weald have been a stronger deterrent to other
: iSjSatr* Police Commissioner Piper had something
to say yesterday about what he considered the un
_t__T«r»clsm of Deputy Commissioner Ebstein b>
Dr Myers in his sermon on Sunday mgnt.
"Aiy one whr. kr^ws Major Ebstein knws that
ke win not run away from any one, *ai<i Mr Piper
=_fe is an officer who has earned the respect of the
*ntire United State- Army H« is a man of years
a-c It le too bad a* his time of life that he should
*c miUJeeted to such criticism. His tm> was made
S the sainrestion of Commissioner Greene, and as
■ÜBwanced T before Dr. Myers besmn his crusade.
HEARING ON SKIPPING AGENCIES.
Mr. Merriman Hopes to Find Eemedy for
Abuses Complained Of.
[I U the Bureau of Licenses a public hearing
«a« given yesterday in the case of the licenses
<*f three shipping agencies, those of A. Kaufman.
T. Kaufman and I. Herz. whose licenses have
•been withheld by Mr. Merriman. deputy chief
of the bureau. The proprietors were repre
•ented by counsel and evidence in defence of
ftheir r-.ethods and business wa? taken. Affi
davits prepared by the Legal Aid Society and
tat hi n' Aut^ro-Hungarian charitable societies
containing various complaints against them
Ur«r« presented. Before deciding on his action
with reference to these agencies, Mr. Merriman
h»us declared his intention of conducting a
careful Investigation of the whole business and
hopes to find a possible and practicable remedy
*or many of the abuses, which have been fully
described in The Tribune.
[ The case of S. S. Schwartz, whose license has
*i*o beer withheld, has been sent to the Mayor
>>y Mr. Merriman, and will be decided when Mr.
Low returns from his yachting trip.
JUST ANNOUNCED THEIR WEDDING.
■Pair Were Married by a Presbyterian in De
cember and by a Catholic in April.
S Fort I>ee. May 11 (Special)..— Joseph Marx and
Mm Marguerite Halpin. of Tenafly, have Just
ennounced their weddings, the first of which
look place in Jersey City on December 7. the
Bdwnd in Tenafly on April 6. The fact that the
bridegroom was not of age led to a secret wed
clns. The Rev. Mr. Davidson, a Presbyterian
minister, performed the ceremony. The couple
are Catholics, and this was why the second
iPisffllrn. just prior to the time when the parents
were let Into the secret, w.is performed by the
frrtest at Tenafly.
IWO JERSEY CITY BUILDINGS SLIDE.
[Saloon and Grocery Store Suddenly but
Quietly Move Next Door.
1 Workmen last week tore down the building No.
■s> Henderson-st^ Jersey City, the owner. Emanuel
Oroes, intending- to put up a new structure. Mr.
Gross also owns the t»o adjoining buildings, No?.
|Sl£ and 81". They are wooden structures, one story
:hl?!i.: hl?!i. One Ik occupied as a saloon and the other
a* a grocery- Yesterday the foundations of these
hoc«es g*ve way and they slid over so that they
D*V eecuj«y Nos. 317 and Sls.
\ Strange to say. the only damage done was the
breaking of half a dozon bottles of catsup in the
grocery. Nothing in the saloon was damaged. Sev
eral person* were in t-ach place, but none were
hurt. Mr. Gross says his only loss will be the cost
M putting the buUdings back wheie they belong.
■ m
SUES READING FOR $30,000.
Siiiab»-.th. May ]i (Special).— Frederick E. Kanen,
sif PlainSeld. who was badly Injured on the night
r»f January S7 in the rear end collision near Weet
__!_. wher» an Easton express on the Jersey Cen
t___ was teiescopei by a Philadelphia and Reading
iraln. wants $30,090 damages from the Reading com
pany. The plaintiff is partly paralyzed, and was
brought into court to-day on a litter. He gave
his testimony in this position. The railroad com
pany admits that it is liable. Kanen was sitting
*m tb* rear s»-<tt of the next to the last car of
rhe express. \- '_
m
BANK CASHIER PLEADS NOT GUILTY.
Trenton. M«y 11. M. V. Dager. cashier of the
t"_mt National Bank of Asbury Park, who was in
dicted in the United States District Court on a
charge of falsifying the records of the bank and
making false reports to the Oss__r_l__r of the Cur
rency as to the bank's condition, to-day pleaded not
[■Sty Mr. Dager gave $2.j<jO ball for his appear
laoe for triai on May _>.'.
FOR GEORGE JUNIOR REPU3LIC.
The Xew-Vork City Woman** Aid lo the George i
3unior Republic will hoid a meeting at the home j
af Miss Van Santvoord. Xo 38 West Thirty-ninth
t-t.. this afternoon at X o'clock. William It. George i
and the Rev. Dr. Donald Sage Mackay will be
ircswat ajid address th« meeting. Statements of
the progTeMß of th; republic lor tii« last six months
bad of its pret>ciit condition will also be given.
TORPID
produces all sorts of aches and pains,
in the back, loins, head, often mis
taken for indications of other trou
bles. Keep the liver active with
Carlsbad Sprudel Salt.
A morning dose keeps you regular
all day.
DO \QV 1>«" IMPOSED upon. The
(rD'jiv bear* the *f_!:ftfurr of
EIS.\ER *t ,ME.\DELSO.\ CO.. of Ken-
York, ©■ evrry bottle.
BARGE OX FIRE A MEXACE.
Drifts Sear Manhattan Shore —
M ate M mi ng — Ma n Explosions.
The Standard Oil barge which caught flre at the
Ravenswood (Long Island) docks early yesterday,
and at one time threatened wharves and shipping
on the Manhattan shore, was towed up the chan
nel cast of Blackwell's Island to the lighthouse
opposite East Eighty-sixth-st.. where it was
beached late in the afternoon and was blown up.
As the remaining cargo went up in a shower of
spray a column of flame perhaps one hundred and
nfty fc. t high shot upward, while the cloud that
rose about It took on an inky blacknes?.
The East River Park, on the Manhattan shore.
was packed with men. women and children. When
the final burst of flame, accompanied by a loud,
double detonation, arose, the more timid women
and children screamed in terror and many fled.
John Qulnn, the first mate of the barge, who is
thought to have been on board when the explosion
occurred, is missing. He was fifty years old, and
lived at No. S3 Oakland-st., Brooklyn.
When the barge began blazing after an explosion
she was cut adrift, and seven or eight tugs at
tached steel hawsers to her and towed her into
the middle of the river. For four hundred or five
hun.!r«-d feet around the barge blazing oil was
spread <>n top of the water.
A t-hort time afterward a sudden gust of wind
lifted the xmok.-. and it was seen that the blazing
vessel was within one hundred feet of the ferry
house at Forty-second-sL The reserves of the East
Thirty-nftb-st, and East Fifty-nrst-st, stations were
ordered out. fire, apparatus was sent to Thlrty
eighth-st. and the fireboat Van Wyck sent to the
scene. The tugs whistled for assistance, and other
tugs attached themselves to them. In a lew min
utes the effect of the extra tugs was felt, and the
barge was taken into the middle of the river. Later
the tide again carried the barge near the New-
York shore, but tlic tugs managed to steer It oft
again, and she drifted toward the Brooklyn shore.
The flreboats William L. Strong and David Boody
played streams on the fire.
There had been a series of explosions, and at
12:30 o'clock the rear end of the barge blew up.
Parts of it rose high in the air. and only a small
part of the hull remained. The hawsers attached
from the barge to the tugs did not part, and the
burning vessel was held In the middle of the stream.
No one was injured, although pieces of wreckage
dropped on the tugs and all around the men work
ing on thorn.
RAPS MRS. SCHAEFER'S LAWYER
Vice-Chancellor Pitney Refuses an Adjourn
ment with Emphasis.
An application for an adjournment of the hearing
fixed for to-morrow in Jersey City, in the proceed
ing: over the custody of the children of General
Emil Schaefer and Mn>. Aurella Schaefer, was re
fused by Vice-Chancellor Pitney yesterday. The
application was made by H. C. Burnstine. of this
city, who said he had a physician's certificate that
Mr?. Schaefer was too ill to be in court.
"I am too old a bird for that," said the Vlce-
Chancellor. emphatically. "A doctor's certificate is
a mere form. Affidavits are what we want."
Mr. Burnstine said he had a case in this city on
Wednesday. The court Interrupted: "The Court of
Chancery "is not a football to be kicked about by
lawyers "from the New- York or Pennsylvania bar.
The practice must .=top. Your client should have
entrat"-'! a New-Jersey lawyer. The case wil. be
heard."
LAW STUDENTS SWORN IN.
Joseph H. Choate, jr.. Among Them— One
Woman Joins Profession.
A class of seventy-one law students, including
one young woman. Miss Ida Greenfield, was sworn
in at the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court
yesterday. Justice Patterson presided, and Justice
O'Brien "maoe a brief address.
In the class were Joseph H. Choate, jr., son of
the American Ambassador to England; Henry
Austin Ptockney and Robert Hall McCormick. Jr.
EXPECT TO ELECT MISS LOEW.
She Would Be the First Woman Member
of the Bar Association.
The Bar Association, at its meeting this even-
Ing, will pass on the novel question of admitting a
woman to membership. Eleventh in the list of
lawyers posted for membership is Miss Rosalie
Loew, of counsel tor the Legal Aid Society. She Is
the first woman to be proposed for membership in
the Bar Association, and some of the members
have expressed opposition to her election, on the
ground that the association if> essentially a man's
social club. It Is generally agreed that no per
sonal objection could be made ta Miss Loew, her
ability and respectability as a lawyer being un
questioned. As it would take one vote in five to
defeat her election, many members of the rsso
ciation said yesterday that they expected her to
be elected.
The association will receive a report this even
ing from the judiciary committee on the propriety
of a justice of the Supreme Court accepting an
offi -ial place in a trust company while he re
rr.iins on the bench The attention of the com
mittee was called to the subject by the recent
tl-ction of Justice Van Brunt as president of the
Windsor Trust Company, in Fifth-aye. A few
r.her iustices of the Supreme Court are said to be
directors in banks, trust or insurance companies.
•SKOL T LD BE DAMNED!" CRIES PARSON.
United States Will Be if It Doesn't Protect
Negro Ballot. Replies Another.
At the Methodist Preachers' meeting yesterday
the Rev. Charles S. Morris, pastor of the Aby«
finian Baptist Church, speaking on "The Black
Mans Side of th« Ne_io Problem." declared that
__c charges of rape against i.egroes in the South
were one phase of a preconcerted and determined
assault being made, and systematically abetted by
SoutUein men in the North. !n the pulpit, in the
PCWH and in public addresses, with the avowed
purpose to so blacken the good name of tho negro
as to get the North to turn the whole problem
over to the South, to solve as the South sees fit.
This sort of solution," he continued, 'which
Southern white men formerly favored led to the
Civil War, to the devastation of the South, to a
million bloody graves and to a mountain of debt.
It also led to the breeding of a million mulattoes.
And the solution which they propose to-day means
retrogression. The negro has proved his right to
citizenship by voting more wisely than the Southern
whites. The latter took the South out of the Union;
-roes helped to restore it. There were no free
schools in the South until introduced under negro
reconstruction government, for whites as well as
blacks. The South has voted against protection to
American labor, which the negro haß favored.
The faouth voted for & dishonest dollar, but the ne
gro favored a dollar worth 100 cents.
"The negro dots not object to any qualifications
on the ballot, applied honestly to white and black
alike. But the Southern white man should not ask
for any peculiar advantages under the law.
Through length of rusidence. through steadfast ser
vice to the country in both pt-uce and war, and
through the wisdom he has shown in the use of his
vote the negro has a clear right to the ballot."
"If the V nlted States do not protect the negro
in his right to the ballot, they deserve .to ba
damned," cried a voice in the audience.
"If they do not they will be damned," the speak
er repii*-<!
The Rev Dr. T. L. Poulson, Professor Upham,
< f Drew gtminary, ::nJ the Rev. Dr. W. L. Hoag
land. thought the speakers words should be pro
claimed all over the country.
Irving <t. Perm. of Georgia, assistant secretary of
the Colored Epworth League, declared it would
not be safe to make such an address down South.
nor would it be safe for one living in the South
to make such an ad.lre*- here, if he expected to
return to his home.
EAGLES TO HOLD CONVENTION HERE.
Elaborate preparations are being made by the
local branch of the Fraternal Order of Eagles for
the convention of the grand *rie of the organiza
tion, which meets in this city the- first week of
1 September. It is i xp*'ted that fifteen thousand
me.mlK.T6 will ba present. The convention will be
held at Tammany Hal!. The Order of Eagles
Rtarted with a handful of men come five years ago,
and haa now more than three hundred and fifty
aeries, or nests. in this country and Canada, with
an entire membership of over seventy thousand.
Its presiding officer is Senator Thomas F. Grady,
and its past president Congressman-elect Timothy
D. Sullivan. Since the Inception or the order Its
prand president haR always been from the extreme
West, but this year it is oxp«»cted that the honor
will como East, and the New- York members will
put forth Congressman Sullivan for tba position.
DIVER GIVES UP SEARCH FOR BODY.
The diver of the Merrttt-Chanman Wrecking
Company who wan employed by Alfred Blum, of
No. 3 West One-hundred-and-twelfth-fit., to look
for hifi wife's body In the Bagt River at th' foot
of On*-hundr«Kl-»nd-twelfth-<»t., was called oft* ye6
terday, and no further isearch tor th« body will b«
_M_K
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. MAY V 2. M 0&
MBS. LYXDE'S BODY FOUND
Laborer Out of Work to Get Part
of Reward.
The mystery surrounding: the sudden disappear
ance of Mrs. Augusta Harper Lynde on April 2S
was cleared up yesterday, when her body WM
found in the North River, near West Thirty-fifth
at. The identification was positively made by
Herbert S. Ogden. of No. 31 Pine-?t., who was Mrs.
Lynde's attorney.
The body was found by John McQrath, a laborer.
Assisted by Captain E. J. May. who has a boat
house near by, McGrath secured the corpse and
tied it to the end of a pier.
Mr. Ogden. after identifying the body. Instiucted
McGrath and May to go to his office, prepared to
make affidavits, and to receive the JoOO reward of
fered. Mr. Grath said that he expected to get
at least half of the reward money. He said he had
not been at work for some time.
The body was taken to R. C. Rogers's undertak
ing establishment, at No. 129 East Fifty -sixth-st.
Mr. Ogden said later: "Mr?. Lynde was com
fortably fixed, and her will will be probated 1n due
time."
Mrs. Lynde lived with her niece, a Miss Hoff
man, at No. 200 West Fifty-sixth-at. She was the
widow of diaries Rollins Lynde, :i wealthy real
estate owner, and daughter of Joseph W. Harper,
one of the founders of the publishing house of
Harpt-r A Bros. She was last seen alive on April
3S. when she left her apartments rather suddenly,
without telling her maid where she was fcoiriS-
Later her purse was found on the Lrie ferryboat
Chautauqua by one of the employes. It Is be
lieved that in a fit of temporary insanity the wom
an threw herself overboard and was drowned.
ADA MS TO DA XX E MORA .
The "Policy King" and Miller Both
To Be Sent There.
Prisons Superintendent Collins has decided to re
move "Al" Adams, the ex-poUcy king, now in Sing
Sing prison, to the State Hospital at Dannemora.
The hospital Is connected with Clinton prison.
Dr. Irvine, the Sing Sing physician, has reported
that Adams has diabetes and consumption of the
throat and that he may have a stroke of paralysis
at any time. Adams was assigned to the mat
manufacturing chop. but he has not been able to
do hard work. Odd jobs have been given to him
t °M°iller Pi of''s2o n p ! er" cent syndicate fame, who has
consumption and is in the Sing- Sing Prison hos
pital, is also to be removed to Dannemora. He has
had several hemorrhages and is confined to his
bed most of the time.
HAS SERVED 50 YEARS; GETS WATCH.
Clerk at Bowery Savings Bank Taken by
Surprise at Presentation.
A proud but surprised man was Henry Brushabe.r
yesterday afternoon when, in token of over fifty
faithful years of service as signature clerk or book
keeper in the Bowery Savings Bank, he received
a handsome Tiffany gold watch and chain, given
by individual members of the board. The presenta
tion took place immediately after the monthly
meeting of the hoard. Mr. Brushaber was es
corted, with his wife, to the boardroom, where
were assembled William H. 8. Wood, president of
the bank, and over twenty of tho trustees. Bach
officer in the bank, from the cashier down to the
new floor boy wriggling- in his seat at the delight
of being inside the boardroom for the first time
in his life, was represented. The presentation was
made by William H. Parsons, who. before tender
ing the gift, paid a hearty tribute to Mr. Brusha
ber's character and services. Mr. Brushaber. he
said, began service. In the bank In 1852, had served
under eight out of ten presidents i.nd under three
secretaries. He voiced the trusteed opinion of
Mr. Brushaber, that 'there is no breath of sus
picion indicating that you have ever been derelict
or slothful in the performance of duty, or that
the interests of this bank were not your first con
sideration. You have been trusted, and you have
not been found wanting in the trust reposed in
Brushaber rose stiffly to his feet, bowed to
the assembled company, and in a few broken
words expressed his gratitude. After cordial hand
shaking he then, -with his wife and tho remaining
members of the staff outside the board, left the
room In a few moments a strange sound from
below welled up into the boardroom, soon resolv-
Ing Itself into a thrice repeated Hip! Hip!
Hurrah!" which carried its ono *n story to those up
stair?.
PROGRESS IN SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK.
Bishop Potter Opens Fourth Crypt Confer
ence with Address.
The fourth annual meeting of the Crypt CraSar
ence on Sunday Schools was held yesterday aiti-r
noon under the auspices of the Sunday School Com
mission of the Diocese of New-York at the Crypt
of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. One-hun
dred-and-thirteenth-st. and Amsterdam-aye. Bishop
Potter made the opening address. The Rev. Will
iam Walter Smith, secretary of the commission,
read a report showing: that the work of the Sun
day School Commission in advancing tho work of
the schools of the church hud been moat encour
aging.
The Rev. Pascal narrower, chairman of tlie <c>m
miesion, spoke on Tauten for the Sunday School,
Present Methods of Supply and Training in the
Diocese of New-York"; Dr. Walter L tow, or
the Board of Kducatlon, on "Pedagogical Work in
the Theological Seminaries of the United hiatus' ;
the Rev. Dr. William. G. Ballentine. professor in
the youngv oung Men's Christian Association training
pchool. Springfield, Ma**;., on -Bible Study in the
Young Men's Christian Association and Its Bearing
on Sunday School." and the Rev. Kdward L. Cur
tis, of the Divinity School. Yale University, on
"Tiie Importance of Text Books In Sunday School
Education." Five-minute addresses were also made
hy the Rev. E. F. Chauncey. the Rev. Dr. George
R. Van Da Water, the Rev. Ernes* Yoorhls and
the Piev. Dr. James G. Lewis.
LAUGHED NEARLY TO DEATH,
Man Was Hysterical for Three Days Over
the Burning of His Home.
Gl-ihsboro, May II (Special).— For three days Lewie
Krechmer. of Monroeville. laughed and laughed.
The doctors who attended him said it was hardly
possible for him to recover, but to-day Krechmer
suddenly stopped laughing, and ho will get well.
Krechmer was seized with laughing hysterics in
the midst of the excitement of the burning of his
home, Friday night. Relatives and friends did all
they could to stop him. but the paroxysms con
tinued, and on Saturday lie was www. The suf
ferer Kept on laughing at intervals of n. few min
utea till he was weak and practically helpless.
Many physicians were called In consultation, but
their efforts were all vain. Last nitrht there came
signs of improvement, and this afternoon there
came an cnil of the ordeal.
DEPOSED RECTOR LOSES APPEAL.
Philadelphia, May 11— The State Supreme Court
to-day upheld the ruling of the Huntingdon County
Court, which rendered a verdict in favor of the
defendants in the conspiracy and damage suit of
the Rev. I. X. W. Irvine, the deposed rector of St.:
John's Episcopal Church, of Huntingdon, Perm.,,
against Bishop Ethelbert Talbot. of the Central
Pennsylvania Diocese of the Bpiscopul Church, and
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Elliott, parishioners of St.
John's Church.
SHOW FIRE ALARM SYSTEM.
A demonstration of the system of the New-Eng
land Automatic Fire Alarm Company was given
yesterday afternoon in the oflice of the company,
in the Wool Exchange Building, to the stockhold
ers and others interested. Joseph W. Frost, the
inventor, described tho system. The office was
equipped with the; apparatus representing the ex
posed building, the announcing box outside, tho
general or company office and the Fire Depart
ment.
PORT SOCIETY ELECTS DIRECTORS.
At the annual meeting of tho Society for Pro
moting the Oospel Among Searren in the Port of
New-York, known as the New-York Port Society,
held at No. 46 Catharlne-st. yesterday, the follow
ing were elected as a board of directors for the
ensuing year:
William K. Hinman, K. Hi.-ks Herrick,
William H. Helm© Mnore, Bamuel D. Davis,
Theophiluu A. Brou-wer, William B. Isham, Jr.,
T. G. Sell«w, Richard D. Dodge.
A. F. LJbby, Horace B. Sllliman,
John C. Gifting. W Irving Comes,
James Tereance. Isaac 15. Hasbrouck,
Alexander Maitland. ' Thomas J. Surpless,
■ F. Brom^nlnr. Frank W. Je«up.
TaJbot Olyphant. Fr«d Gardner.
Russell W. McKee, William H. R«od.
Hern' <-". Fuller, John B. H<M]_ti.
Francis K. Dodgr«.
NEW-JERSEY NEWS
SHOTS AT PROMINENT MANS DOOR.
Ex-Member of Jersey City Board of Educa
tion Worried.
Benjamin U Stowe. a former member of the Jer
sey City Board of Kduoation, reported yesi.-nlny
that several rifle bullets on Saturday ar.d Sunday
had struck Urn front door of his house, in Fulton
ave, near Dw!ght-st.. that city. A i>ct dn B was
struck in his front yard on Saturday, but was not
killed. He is not aware, he says, that he has _ ne "
mles. It is thought the bullets may have been
fired at a target in Dwight-st. The bullets are large
enough to kill.
SAYS HE KNEW PATERSON VICTIM.
Bricklayer Declares that Murdered Man Had
Worked with Him.
Paterson. May 11.-The identification of the body
of the man who was found in the canal here on
Saturday with a buliet wound in the neck, muy
be made soon. James Kelly, a bricklayer, who lives
in Pine-st., this city, called at the morgue to-day
and said he recognized the body as that of a man
with whom he hail often worked in this city. He
said the man was a member of either Branch No.
1 Bricklayers' Union, of Newark, or Branch No.
29. of Hoboken. Kelly could throw no light on the
motive for the murder.
REAL POLICEMEN ON STAGE
Chief of Police Wrote the Sketch and His
Men Play It.
The Jerse_^»C'ity Academy of Music was crowded
last night by an enthusiastic audience at the per
formance given for the benefit of the Police Pen
sion Fund. There was a vaudeville show, but the
main feature was a sketch written hy Chief of
Police Benjamin Murphy, entitled "Scenes in a
Police Station."
The sketch begin? with the 6 o'clock, p. m.. mus
ter, when the men of the night tour go out. All
the performers art policemen selected from the
various precincts. Then appears aman who has
been robbed of a watch. He is handed ovtr to De
tective James I-arkins, who shows him teh Rogues'
Gallery. He picks out the man he believes has
robbed him, and Larkins goes out and finds t!i*>
man. The latter is searched, and the watch is
found on liim. Then ho is consigned to a cell. The
final episode Is the bringing in of a lost child whose
mother, one of the vaudeville actresses, soon claims
her. The entertainment will be continued to-day,
to-morrow and Thursday, two performances being
given each day.
STONE CAME THROUGH CAR WINDOW.
Knocked Passenger Unconscious — Train
Passing Through Richmond Hill.
While riding- on a Long Island Railroad train last
evening, John W. Ferris, of No. 308 Grand-st..
Hoboken, was struck by a stone just over the eye
as the train was passing, through Richmond Hill,
en route to Long Island City.
Ferris was in a rear car, next to a window. The
blow knocked him unconscious. He was removed
to St. John's Hospital, Long Island City. The spot
was especially dark, and no one saw who threw the
stone.
SAYS SHE LOST $600 BROOCH.
Mn Harry Pennell, who said she lived at the
Hygea Hotel, Passaic, was found in a dazed con
dition nt the Erie Railroad Station, Jersey City,
yesterday morning. She was taken to the City
Hospital, where it was found she had gastritis.
She said that she and her husband had started
with a party of friends on Sunday to sro to Coney
Island. that she became separated from the party
and that when she returned to this tJttjF a. man
whom she met volunteered to guide her to tho Erie
station. She remembered nothing further, fhe
until she recovered in the hospital. She declared
she had lost a diamond brooch worth $600, but
could not say whether it was stolen or not. Mr.
Pennell went to Jersey City la^t night anil took
his wife home.
KILLED BY JUMPING FROM CAR.
Plainfleld. May 11.— Dagrna Jensen, a Swedish
servant employed by 'William Begon, o! Stanwood.
was killed last night in jumping frcm a trolley car.
She boarded a car for Garwood, intending- to visit
friends there. She passed the street at which she
meant to alight, and when she discovered this
she jumped. The car was going 1 at a high rate of
speed. She stru.'k on her head, and her m-cK was
broken.
ENGINEER KILLED IN TRAIN WRECK.
Bound Brook, May 11.— By the derailing- of a
freight train on the Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad near this place to-day Henry Shirley, uf
Philadelphia, the engineer, was instantly" killed.
Joseph Gallagher, the fireman, also of Philadelphia,
was cut and bruised, but not dangerously Injured.
The other trainmen escaped injury. The train was
running on a skhng. It ran into a derailing
switch, which threw the t-ngine, with eight cars, off
the track. The er.ginu U)_>pled over, mul JShirley
was buried under It.
Proposals.
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES.—
Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs
Washington, D. C. March 4, — Sealed proposals,
indorsed "Proposals for blankets, woolen and cotton
goods, clothing, etc.." as the case may be. and directed to
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. No*>. 111>-121 Wooster
street. New York Ctty, will be received until 1 o'clock p. m.
of Tuesday. May 1», 19U3, for furnishing for the Indian
Service, blankets, woolen and cotton goods, clothing, no
tions, hats and caps. Bids mutt be made out on Govern
ment blanks. Schedules giving all necessary Information
for bidders) will be furnished on application to the Indian
Office. Washington. I>. C. : the U. S. Indian warehouses,
11»-121 Wooster street. New York City; 265-267 South
Canal street. Chicago. 111. ; 815 Howard street. Omaha.
Nebr. ; HO2 South Seventh street. St. Louis, Mo. ; the Com
mlssurleu of Subsistence, U. 6. A., at Cheyenne. Wyo.,
and St, Paul, Minn.; the Quartermaster. U. S. A., Seattle,
Wash.; the postmasters at Sioux City, Tucson. Portland.
Spokane and Tacoma; and the Manufacturer^' and lr»"
ducers' Association of California, San Francisco, Cal.
Bld9 will be opened at the hour and days above stated,
and bldderß are. l;ivit?d to be present at the opening.
The Department reserves the right to determine the
point of delivery ai-d to reject any and all bids, or any
part of any bid. W. A. JONES, Commissioner.
QUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK, COLLEC
""' tor's Office. May 4. ttWt BITPPUIEH FOR REVE
NUE VESSELS — SEALED PROPOSALS for furnlshlns
articles r.r i?hip chandlery, ' rations and coal, at New York,
for the United States Revenue Cutter Service (the ship
chandlery and" rations to be packed or tal'-'l for shipment
If desired) and delivered on board at that place durin_
the fiscal year ending June 30, lt«>4. will be received at
this Offlco iintil 2 o clock p. m. cf Thursday. May 21.
1903. at which time and place they will bo publicly
opened. The coal furnluhed to be anthracite or bitu
minous of best quality; uniform In character; to weigh
2.2J0 pound's to the ton; to be delivered on boar.l the
vessels of said Service at such tlme3 and In _adl quan
tities as may be required, at localities readily accessible
to E&ld vessels, and to be subject to Inspection as to
quality and weight. liiddera will name the prices both
for steaming ana ptove coal, and also their facilities for
furnishing the vessels with fresh water, and their chargea
therefor. Copleu of specifications for rations and blan'.c
forms of proposals, with schedules showing articles of
alilp chandlers' and component parts of rations, may be
had upon application to this office; «PROPOSALS VUST
BE SUBMITTED ON THESE FORMS. Separate bids will
alao be received fit the same time and place for lubrt<-_t
lng_and illuminating oils. The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids. N. N. 3TRANAHAN. Collector.
Q.OVERNOR'S ISLAND, N. I\, APRIL 23.
1903. — Sealed proposals in triplicate will he received
here until Jl a. ■_.. May 13. 19*0. for laying six-inch
water main Governor's Island, with proper connections to
buildings. U. S. reserves right to reject any or all bids.
Information furnished on application. Envelopes contain
ing proposals should be marked "Proposals for Water
Main,'* addrewed T. NORMAN. Q M.
y B. ENGINEER OFFICE, ST. AUGUS
* tins. Fia.. May 9. 1903. Sealed proposals for con
structing training walls in St. Johns River. Fla., will
be received at L\ H. Engineer Office. Jacksonville, Pks.,
until noon, June 9. I&U3, and then publicly opened. In
formation furnished on application. FRANCIS R
KHUNK. Oapt., Engrs.
TJ S. ENGINEER OFFICE, ARMY BUILD
* Ing. New York. May 11. 1003. Sealed proposals for
Building a Pile Dock at Sandy Hook. New Jersey, will
be received hero until 12 m., June 10. 11*03. and thea
publicly opened. Information on application. W L.
MARSHALL. Major, Engrs.
QOVERXOIt'S ISLAND, N. V., APRIL 29,
1903. Sealed proposals in triplicate will _b« re
ceivM here until 11 a. m.. May 14, 1903. for tns;alllng
electric lighting appltances at Governor's Island, Including
cable for current from Brtx>_lyn. transformer plant, aerial
•4ines, fixtures, wiring buildings. U. S. reserves right to
reject any or all bias. Information furnished on appli
cation. Envelopas containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Lighting System." addressed T. NORMAN
Q. M -
pKAMvFOKD ARSENAL, PHILADELPHIA,
Pa.. May 12. ICKI3. — Sealed proposals. In tri;>li.-dt«.
will b« received until Jl o'clock A. M.. on JYiday. June
12, 1808, for constructing one 2V» story brick and steel
bulldlnir M feet 3 inches by 143 feet 10 'r- lnchrn for a
Shrapnel Shop. Information upon application. FRANK
HEATH. Major Ord. Dept.. Commanding.
T'MTED STATES ASSAY OFFICE, NEW
York Cltr. Superintendent's Ofllce. — Sealed pro
posaU In duplicate will be received at the office of the
Superintendent of the U. S. Aosay Offle« at N«.w York
vattl IS o'clock M.. June fith. IV>3. and then opened for
general supplies r^ulred for the V. S. Assay Offlc* at
New York for the fiscal year from July 1. 1603, to
June S<>, 1904. In accordance *ith schedule, and epecinca^
tiooß copies of which with blank proposal* and other In
formation may be had upon application to Andrew M«ion,
Bur>«rintend««t.' t
Instruction.
PUBLIC
STENOGRAPHY, TYPEWRITING,
MIMEOGRAPHING, Etc.
BY EXPERTS.
. tIA . ■■'<? ■'■ - Tribune Building:
Room lib, - Bank of Metropolis Building
Room 1412, -
DRAKE BUSINESS SCHOOLS,
f NswTOKK-t Day and Night. f^^^t
i ORANGE I ■ 4—4 — ■♦
♦ — 4> NEW TORK SCHOOU
DOWNTOWN OFFICE. 17TH ST. AND BROADWAT.
TRIBUNE BLDO. I — ■
For Younjf Ladles— Ctty.
Mrs. FINCH'S CLASSES AND ' no * [L?h N ay |PcOß.'
FOR GIRLS. DAY SCHOOL. 733 FIKTII A>, t^^
6STH ST. Boardtnsr D«Pt.. 785 Madison A%«.. o«*r «W^f^
MRS. LKSLIE MORGAN'S /-ttitA.
BOARDINO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRL 3.
13 aud 13 Went *>6th Street,
Near Central Part. New Yerk City.
REOPENS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER IST.
THE MERRIL-VANLAKR SCHOOL.
i:oanlin_ and Day School for Girls.
TUB PEEBLK3 AND^THOMSON SCHOOL.
30, SI and 34 liist 57th Street. New Yorlc City.
For Botn Sex-^s. — City.
THE HORACE MANN SCHOOLS
HIGH SCHOOL. , , „I,,— Mit
A larger atoff of teachers and more complete ej ui P me "*
for the coming year. Neariy all irradea are full, Md
applications should be made promptly. The ran xerra
will reopen on Monday. September 21st.
SAMUEL. T. DUTTON. Superintendent.
VIRGIL PRETTYMAN, Principal of Hitch SchooL
HENRY C. PEARSON, Principal of Elementary School.
QTAMIUCDIMP and ail nervous affections of speech
I HlYllVitniNU thoroughly corrected.
Pamphlets free. F. A. BRYANT. M. V.. 12 W. 40th St.
Shorthand. TypewritinK. -* 1 'fl l ' $*■
Enter Bookkeeping, 1 « ■■ -', ■■
Enter any day or evening. i, %
No Vacation*— Circulars. Hroa.lyvny.
No better echool at any price. Cor. -Otn St.
THE BERCITZ SCHOOL OF LANOtTAOES.
X Madiscn Square (1122 Broadway). Brooklyn. 73 Court St,
New Term begins now Trial lessons free.
SWIMMING for w^^_?Sd rr st«l5 t«lt «l" >IIB:
City Hotels.
ZMARLBOROUGH
BROADWAY AND 36TH ST.
RATHSKELLER
TABLES FOR 400
Boston.
BOSTON the VENDOME
Coiriunnnralth Avenue.
A HOTEL. FOR I>Kl> PEOPLE.
Unexcelled in location and appointments. Par
ticularly attractive to ladles and families, both
permanent and transient. Perfect quiet, being on«
block from trolley cara and 5 minutes from BACK
UAY K. It. stations. .
GREESLEAF & BARNES.
Surrogates' Xotices.
pLARK, AMI LOUISE HATFIELD.-IN
■ pursuance of an order of the Hon. Frank T. Fitz
gerald a surrogate of the County of New York, notice
Is hereby given to all persons having clalmi against Amy
Louise Hatfleld Clark, late of the County of New York,
deceased to present the same with vouchers thereof, to
the subscriber, at his place of transacting business, at
the otnee of Cowing, White & Walt, Esquires, his attor
neys No 49 Wall street. In the Borough of Manhattan,
of the City of Xew York, on or berore the 30ta day ot
October n«xt.
Dated. New York. , AprU 10* 1803. jr
U • LE ROY CLARIC, JR . Executor.
COWING WHITE & WAIT. Attorneys for Executor.
No. 49 Wall street. Borough of Manhattan. Th« City
of New Yorlc
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of
New York, r.otice Is hereby given to all persona ha.vln«
claim? against Ruth Ethel Scott, late of the County of
New York deceased, to present the same with vouchers
thereof to' the subscriber, at her place of trans«ctln_
business the office or William R. Willcox, No. 32 Nassau
Street, In the City of New York, on or before the farst
Ua iateu N«w*Tork. th* second day of Ferruary. IS O 3.
uaieu -Nc. OBOR<i , ANA a LYON. Administratrix.
WILLIAM R. WILLCOX. Attorney for Administratrix.
No 3^ Nassau Street. New York City.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of
Yew York notice is hereby given to ail p«rsoos having
claims against Benjamin Haxtun, late of the County of
New York, deceased, to present the same with voucher*
thereof to the subscriber, at his place ol transacting busi
ness at the offl"e of Evarts, Tracy & Sherman, .Vo. 02
Wall Street. In the City of New York, on or before- th»
tenth day of August next.
Dated New York, the 2nd <say of February. 1003.
lIBNRY SLEEPER HARPER. Executor.
EVERTS. TRACY & SHERMAN. Attorneys for F..xacu:or,
No. 62 Wall Street. Manhattan. New Yorlc City.
MASON. THOMAS HEXRY.-IN PURSU*
•^■'-*- ance of an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Sur
rogate of the County "f New York, notice is hereby given
to ail persons having claims against Thomas Henry Mason,
late of the Ojunty of New York, deceased, to present the
game, with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at her
place of trutaactini busities=s. at the office of James L.
Bishop, her attorney. No. 135 Broadway, in .he City of
New Tork, on or before the fourteenth day of July next.
Dated New York, the eerond day of January. 190 S.
KMMA J. MASON. Executrix.
JAMBS I* UISHOP. Attirney fo-- Execitrix. 135 Ur.-a-l
way. New York City.
"DERGEN, MARGARET ANN.— IN PURSC
"^ ance of an ord^r of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Sur
rogate of tha County of New York, notice Is hereby given,
to all persons having claims against Margaret Ann
Bergen, lute of the County of New York, deceased, to
present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the *üb-
Bcrlb«>r. at her r>lace of transact! ■•;? business, at the office
of Wilmer & Canfleld. No. 4'J "Wall Street. Borooffh of
Manhattan. In the City or New York, on or before th«
25th day of August nest.
Dated New York. February 10th. 1903.
MARY ELIZA YON ZEDWITZ. Executrix.
WILMER & CANFIELD. Attorneys for Executrix. No. 4*
Wall Street, New York City.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
' Abner C. Th<-ma.«. a Surrogate of the County of New
York. Notic« ij hereby given to all persons having claims
against Gilbert liunten. late of the County of New York,
deceased, t.> present the same with voucher* thereof to
the subscriber, at his place of transacting business. No.
m; Broadway, in The City of New York, 011 or before the
2nd day of November n*xt. ■
DatrvT New York, the 27th day of April. IKO3.
ROBERT K. WALLER. Kxecutor.
<W Broadway. New York City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abr.fr C. Thom»B. a Sunogate of the County of New
Tork. notice is hereby given to all persons having claims
against John H. Wlemers, iate of tho County of New
York, deceased, to present the sama with vcuchira thereof
to the subscriber, at her place of transacting bualneaa. No.
€8 William Street. In the Ci*y of New York, on or be
fore the 17th day of June. 1003. next.
Dated New Tork. the 6th day of December. 1902.
CAROLINE WIEYIER3. Administratrix, etc.
MORRIS J. HIRSCH. Attorney foi Administratrix, etc.. 63
William St.. lioroogii of Manhattan. City of New
York.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
1 Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrofate of the County of
New Ycrk. notice Is hereby give.) to all persons having
claims against Matilda R. Doa>chtr. late of tea County of
New Tork. deceased, to present the same with v-uchera
thereof to the subscribers at their place of transacting
business, at No. 115 Breadway. in ths city of New York,
on or before the fourth day of June next.
Dated New York, the Ist day of December. 1902.
WILLIAM C. DO9CHER. Executor.
CLAirSINE M. BENSON. Executrix.
HKNRT B. WESSELMAN. Esq.. Atty. for executors. 115
Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New Tork City.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF IIO*N.
Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
York. Notice Is hereby given to all persons having rlalni*
against Arthur F. <Je Jersey, late of the Island of Guern
sey, deceaiied. to present the same with Touchers thereof
to the subscriber, at his pin of transacting business at
the office of Middteton & Co.. No. 08 Broad Street, in th*
Hnrr.ußh of Manhattan. In the City of New York, on or
bff--'<- th»- 11th .lay of November next.
Dated New iork. the sth Jay of May. 1903.
CLIFFORD L. MIDDLETON, Ancillary Executor.
A9HTON HARVEY. Attorney for Ancillary Executor. 33
Broadway, N. Y. ,
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C Thomas, r. Surrogate of the County of New-
York notice, Is hereby riven to ail persons having claims
against John Martin MUller lato o< the County of New
York deceased, to exhibit mnC present the same, with
the vouchers therefor, to the subscriber at his place of
transactln- business, at the office of Robert P. L*«, No.
76 William Street Borough of Manhattan. City of New
York on or before tbe 7th day of Be£leml*«r next.
Dated New York. February 21st. \9"3.
HKNRY MI'M.KR. Kxocutor.
P.OBEHT P. LEE. Attorney for Executor. 78 WUllata
Street. Manhattan. New Yor*- City.
Ocean Steamers.
IVTALLORY STEAMSHIP LINES.
From New York W»dn»».1»y». P"rlda>« *n<l Paturdaya.
YOn TBXAS. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
STRAIGHT an<: ROUND TRIP Tlcktts tr»u«l to all
Points in T«xa«, Colorado Arliona, California. M-v'-o.
*c. : Oeor.U Florida, &c. D«U*htful Excursions. «_■
C H MAI__ORT it CO.. Gen. Agta.. Pler 20. E. 8.. N. T.
"J_A VELOCK." l'a>t Italian Line.
WEEKLY BAILINGS TO NAPLES-GENOA.-
CltU <J1 Napoll ■ M *y 28
Cabin $55 and an. Dlnlna saloon on promenade deck.
BOLOGNESI, HAKTriKLD * CO.. » Wall at.
Instruction,
Eoys and Young- Men — Country.
"\rAFLEWOOD STMVER SCHOOL T^\ BOYS. Oou-
M cordvllle. Pa.; location. heautlMl: <■»•»;:•*. £?}!"£•
Instruction comotned wHh rural re«-re«t»o«; .^_-^rzi T
and stad.nt ent«rln_ into toe**! life: small boy. ad»ltl««.
no tobaicol J. SHORTLJDOE. Yal*. A. M.. Prla.
For Young: Ladies— Country.
DEEW ' SEMINARY XSSmm 0
CABMEL, NKW-YOKK
B2il year opena Sept. 3«>. ¥<tr itiintrat orrular «<Wre*«
ttou 7 vvw HANSBfRGH. S. T. D.. Prw
For both sexea — Country.
4 m irrUDT DESIRED TAUGHT ot mat!. E*t*ns»-->->
_-_. mKfmm lead to ai! »-'!•_• decrees. No resldance r«
autred. rartlculars In National Marazlne. 19 pt ma.tl«4
for 10 -*nt». Ctr'-ulani fr«e. F. W. Harkln«. LL. D.
rhanc«»lor Nafal Unlvtrslty. 151 Thrnop-«t- Chlf»g»v 111
Teacher*.
TNSTRUCTOR in university would tak« on« or two papU*
X during summer Tacation. A*irr.«s VT. V . Ttibuos Of
flee. ' - '■ ■'■"■■■--
School Agencie?.
♦ _ER!".*M AND FOREir.V TEACHER&; AOESCT
A supplies Professors. Teachers. Tutors. Go» ixa
*tc. to Co.le_e». SchooU and Families. Appiy to
lira. M. J. TOUNO-FTI. ON. 23 Unloa Sqqar^
Ocean Steamer*.
HAESBtfBG-AEAIEBIGAK! UK.
FOR PL.TMOUTH— HAMBI.'RG.
Twln-Screw Express and Passenger Servic*.
F. Bismarck. May 14. 10 AM!P*msyl»'». M*y 30. >«:3f> A>C
Waldersee May 1«. 0 AMtDeutschland June 4. 1 P3l
A. Victoria.. May 21. 1O AM i Patrlcfa June '• 3 T..1
Blurcher. ..May 28. 5:.T0 AMJMoltk* Jane s>. 4 FST
So 8. BSBTBBKILAHB.
Record Voyaite. 5 days. 7 hours. 39 mm.
SAILS JUNE 4. jri*Y 2. 3EPT. 15
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
2iEVf YORK. NAPLES. GENOA.
•Ravenaa Mar 1«. " PJ«
•Ravenna belongs to Xav. Co. "Italia."
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LJNE.
Offlcea 36 and 37 Broadway. Piers. Hobok«c. N. J-
CadDDBTTOQ (3E£O3KQ&I£3 !LlL©TOa
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BKEAIEX.
FROM NEW PIER. FOOT OF 3RD ST.. HOBOKEN-
Kronprinz May 12. 4PMJK. Win. II Jun» 23. 2PM
Kaiser May 19. 10 AM Kronpiinz July 7. 2 PM
K. Wm. II May 28. 4 PM Kaier Jalr 11. 10 AM
Kronprlna_..June 9. 3 PMIK. Wm. 11.. -July 21. IPJI
Kaiser Jane IS, 10 AMI
TBE NEW TWIN SCREW EXPRESS
S© *V_-j!©SJiB WlBJraSSJra liU if
TOT F'EET- 10.500 TON3 »0.00O HORSE-POWER.
SAILS MAY 2». JUNB 23. JLLY 21. At'G. 25.
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER _BKVl.'_.
CHERBOURG— bkbm::n. /
From Bremen Piers, Uobob.ee. N. J.
LuUe May 14. noon[Lulse June I . lI>AJJ
Vrledrlch May 21. noon! Frledrlch Juns 25. WAM
Barbarosra. .May 28. 11 AM| Borbarossa July 2. 11 AM
Kurfuerst June 4. Karfuerst Ju.y <*, A.'..
Bremen June 11. 11 AM Dremen July 18. 2 PM
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
GIBRALTAR — NAPLES— GENOA.
From Pier 24. ft. of Amity St.. Brooklyn.
Lahn May 16. 11 AMJLahn June 2T. 1<» A*t
P. Irene May23.2PMiP. Iren* July*. |M
Qobenz'n June 0, 2 PMiHoheoz'n July 13. II Air
Weimar.... June 13. 10 AM' tWelmar Aa; I. 10 a: M
K. Albert June- 30. noon | Lahn Aug 15, 10 AMt
{Naples, Genoa only.
OELRICHS & CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY. N. T.
Louis H. Meyer. 43 Soutn Third St.. rnlla.
©[LCD G) (ID ED ]Ji 1(2)1*3 (LD^Li,
DAILY SERVICE.
For Old Point Cemfort. Norfolk. Fortsrcc Flnner**)
Pctnt and Newport News. Va., connecting for Petersau, g.
Richmoad, Virginia Beach, Washington. D. C.. _bJ aatlr*
South and West.
Freight and Patsenger steamers sail from Pier 2fc N.
8., foot Beach St.. every week day at 3 P. M.
H. It. WALKER. Vice-President & TraAc Manager.
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS,
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
Between San Francisco. Honotnla. Yokohama. KoSe
Nagasaki. Shanghai. Hong Xon_. *"
Steamers leave San Franci3co at 1 P. M.
SIBERIA MayStJIKORBA J_ n 1»
COPTIC June 3-OAELIC Jun* Si
AMEKII'A MARC. June 11 HONGKONG MARU. . J u k 7
For freight, paa.<?en?er and" general Information apptV to
3-ift Broadway, or 1 Battery Place. Waan:n_ton Building
and 257 Broadway
CAGOAiDIA&Q PA6BFIIB RAILWAY,
INTENDED STEAMSHIP SAILINGS FROM V.\?f-
COUVER FOR JAPAN", CBOUk AND
PHILIPPINE* ISLANDS.
Kmp. of India .May 25) R. M S. Athenian. ..J.i_»_»
R. M. 9. Tartar. .™.Jun» Eirip. of Ckaosl July ti
Emp. of Japan June- 15 En-.p. of India July *7
HAWAIIAN-FIJI ISLANDS. AUSTRALIA *
NEW ZEALAND.
Aoi-an^i May Moan* ua 2«
For rates and information a;.p!y at 333 4 1 frwiy.
Steamships of th» RED "D" LINE will Kill for Saa
Juan direct, as follows:
S. B. PHILADELPHIA Saturday May 18 nooa
S. S. CARACAS Saturday. May S»> nooa
For freight or passage apply to
BOULTON, BLISS & DALLETT.
General Managers. 135 Front St.
iSMWflJinnnnnß n_n^ir^ Glasgow and
Anchor!* May IS. noon [ Columbia May Z". noe«
Furne33ia.....May 23. noon.Astorta Jud« 8L 3 _ __
Flrst saloon. ISO to $100.
Second Cabin. 535 and up: third class. $_tt and up
For N«w Ilhi.-4trate.i Book of Toora aaply to
IIBNDER3ON BROTHERS. 1? and 1. Broadway.
X^REXCH LINE '
COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANS
ATLANTIQUE.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRB-PARIS (FRANCE)
Sailing every Thursday. 10 A M
from Pl*r 42. North RlTer. foot Morton St.
La. Br«ta_ne May 14|La Gascogne Ma» >«
•La Lorraine May 21 *La Savoie. Il'.Ju-e 4
La Champagne May 23 La Bretagn* Juna 11
•Twin Screw St«arr.*rs.
General Ag-rioy. 32 Broadway. N«w Tork.
AMERICAN I.INEL ~
" NEW-YORK— 9OITH\MPTO?»—
Phlla«W>phia. May 13. lOa.iu New- York. May 27 ' 10 a sa
S:. Paul May 20. 10 a.m.l Philadelphia. June i' 10 a.isT
T3ED STAR LINE.
X NKW-YORK— PARIS
Zealand.... May Id. 10 *. m. j Vaderlaed. ..May 30. 10 a. m.
Finland... May 23, 10 a. m. I Kroonland. .June fi 1O a sa'
I'lern l-l and 13, N. B. Offloe. 73 Broadway, "jt. T?
A — " CUNARD LINE.
*~* TO LIVERPOOL. VIA QUEENSTOWX.
From Piers SI in<l 32. North River.
lv«>rnia May lfl. »A. Jl..i'»mp»n;a May SD.jji.ji
Etrurla....May 23. 2 P. Imbrta June « 1 p v
EXTRA Tt'BSDAY SERVICE. ' **•
Aurania May 2H. 3 P. M ICarpathia June 0. 4 P. XI.
Carrylnsr Second tml Th'.nt Class Only
VKItNON H BROWN _ <0.. Gen. Agents.
Zi BROADWAY. .NSW YORK.
\ _ wiim: STAR LINE. '
**-* ItSW YORK ! EEXSTOWS-UV
•Vtctortan..May 12. « a. m.lCedrtc May 22. J pm.
Teutonic May 13. noonj •Armertan . May M. * a. m
Germanic May 30. noon|MaJ«rtlc May 57. noon
•Liverpool direct, *K> and op. 2nd claaa only.
Pier 48. North River. Once. » Broadway.
■RED "D" LINE.
For La Ouajrra. Punrto Cabe!lf\ Curasao aa_ _(_.-_
rmlbo. via Curacao, cnlltnf also at San Jnaa, P. R.
From Pier IS. sdiolntnaj Wall St Ferry. Brooklyn.
P. a PHILADELPHIA Saturday. May I* n <m
8. S. CARACAS Saturday. May So. sjooa
The above steam*ra hay» »up*rtur accommodations fur
E>«»».-n_-r». BOULTON. BUSS * DALLETT.
O«neral Managers. 13t FVum St.
TTOLLAND-AM ERICA LINE.
"^^ N.w Twti>-Ser«w Steamer* «f IZ3OO Ten».
NEW TORK— ROTTERDAM via BOULOGNE.
SAUinc Wednestlay «t 1O A. it.
Rotterdam May 13|Ryndatn jue« t
Potsdam May 20 Xoordam jun« lo
SUteaOara May 27| Rotterdam . . j___ it
HOLLAND-AMERICA VQtM. » BTWAT. N. T.
QOOK'S TOU?S TO EUROPE.
M Tours this mscn. C.3 to $1,000. Xachidla* all
Trmv«llln* Exp«na«». Pamphlet*.
THO3. COOK * SON. 2«1 _ H» 9mm v T.
PLARKS $260 VACATION TOUR
* J toEurope by S. 8. **UmbrU." Ju, 4. with 170 Rhin»
*nd 3wt«s tad *U0 Itary Std« Trt_, 3t*_mahl_ fii_Til
>yaUto«a. **^<X^UU ll**w*&i<«jjp_W_J

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