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Dr. Lyon's
PERFECT
Tooth Powder
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century
PREPARED BY
JUDGE LETS WILSON OFF.
ECTS VAISHT*
JEROME 08,
"Dont Juggle rcith Justice." He
Soys to Judge Foster.
There -era* a clash between District Attorney j
Dm » and Judge Fost-r In the Court of Gen
eral Sessions yesterday when Henry C. Wilson, ,
r^nvicted fl y weeks sea of attempted extor- ;
tion. -R-sfi snalCMi for sentenc* Wilson for- '
rn^rly was chief clerk in the serins; de
>■■!■<■! in the Army Building, and was caught
trying to extort $4.5<X» from a contractor for the
vat of government boats which had been lent to
.... to convey übei to Riker's Island.
After his conviction his counsel moved for a
new -rial. BO the groend that the Court of Gen
_-- Sessions did not have jurisdiction In a case
ir which the alleged offender was a federal <■*-
cisl. The motion was argued before Judge Fos-
T . r . instead of giving a decision on tha motion
v«>sterday. Judge Foster said he would hear
Counsel on the question of sentence, intimating
♦hat a happy notation of the question would be
a suspension of sentence.
District Attorney Jerome opposed the idea of
rrantlng clemency •-, the prisoner. He said
■Wilson to an the awn* "grafter" because he
hsd h«>ld an official position and was a man of
good education and position.
Judge. Foster thought •Wilson morally guilty,
but inasmuch as he •mold not have been able to
extort money If he had not held a government
position there, was grave doubt if his conviction
in any court except a federal court would stand.
"I think." be continued, "that the best thine; I
caj! do is to suspend sentence."
Thai strikes me as a most extraordinary prop
osition." said Mr. Jerome. "The prisoner stands
»• the bar as a convicted felon, yet you say he
has committed no crime that this court should
punish him for. and yet you proceed to pass
judgment in the form of a suspended sentence."
-Y<m are mistaken." said Judge Foster. "I
believe that he has violated boTh the laws of the
State and of the federal government, but he has
lost his reputation and his position, and lias
been punished severely In suffering a severe
huaimation It is test to suspend sentence"
Mr. Jerome interrupted Judge Foster to say
•»hat there had been no decision cf the motion
rn'ad* by Wilson's counsel, and the District At
torney had the right to kno^ what the decision
of th" motion was. Judge Foster said thai he
•understood that the motion vras withdrawn. Mr.
Beck, <"* Wilson's counsel, said that in view
c* the Intimation that sentence would be sus
pended the motion was withdrawn. Mr. Jerome
then asked "Wilson's counsel:
"Are you trilling to let your client go forth to
th* world aa a convicted felon, after declaring
in ■Sport of your motion that his conviction
"We btb not answerable to the District At
torney for our professional conduct," sail Mr.
Beck.
"The-J •- is a new state of affairs that con
fronts you-" said Mr. Jerome, turning again to
Judge Foster. "This defendant now stands be
fore" you as a man willing to let. the stigma of
B thief rest upon him. It is plain that he de
serves substantial punishment. To suspend sen
tence would be a travesty of justice. Can we
monkey with law and order* If you believe this
man has been convicted improperly, the best
r.-ay •would be to dismiss the indictment. Don t
juggle with justice."
Judge Foster said he did not like to differ with
the District Attorney, at he would suspend
' sentence and parole the prisoner in the custody
of th« Prison Aid Association. Mr. / er £Ef
•talked out of court without another word. \\ li-
M will have to report regularly to Mr. Kim
ball, the agent of the association, but he is
practically a free- man In spite of his convic
tion. „ „
••W* can do nothing more in the case, Mx.
Jerome said last evening. "I differ from Judge
Fester, fir^t. because his expressed belief that
Th- court did not have jurisdiction is ir. conflict
"■vt'.h passing judgment in the form of a bus
v«naed ser.ter.ee. He should have either held
»hat the court h»- Jurisdiction or he should
ay«., av «. ,»«*— t-~**i the ir>iin-Ltti«--r>... t differ with
tnn secondly, because I believe it was a mis
rarriage of justice to let a mean Thief like W*r
eon go without severe punishment. The**! is no
meaner form cf theft than blackmail- Why
Fhould a government official wr.o tried to ex
.... money from a contractor go free, when a
voliceman who extorts money from a fallen
woman is pent to prison? Th" government of
ficial is as bad as the policeman when he stoops
to blackmail."
JUDGE NEWBURGER PRAISES JEROME.
• • -
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..... ~.
In the District At]
■re Stan I a of 1 •
I
ecoi
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WILL APPEAL WITH OTHERS.
Schwarzschild & Sulzberger. Official Says. Do
None of Acts Enjoined by Court.
rv.esardir.g the permanent order entered by Judge
Grosscup in the federal court. Chicago, on Tues
day, enjoir^ns: the packers from establishing unf
form rates of credit to dealers, from keeping' a
-«i— mon blacklist of customers who are delinquent
■n pi;. : and from otherwise combining to regu
late trade, an official of the Schwarzschlld & Bolz
1 Tr' r < _■::.•.:■. one of the packing companies
rovered by the decree, cedared last night that his
was £:. entirely Independent company, but that,
•yea so. It hoped to win in an appeal from the de
rre^. which wiil bs htard in th» United State 3
Supreme Court.
•"The Schwarzschild & Sulzberger Company."'
laid tie ofacial. "has no connection whatever with
f-r of the four companies, for instance, which are
r:corporated iinder the title of the National Pack
ng Company. Our own company is entirely inde
rencest, neither racing, lowering nor fixing pne«>s
BT agreement ii"ith other compa_r.ies. not sharing in
s:r;iforrD rate* or credit, nor kt-epinsr a blacklist in
r^mmon. tinth olh-:-r companies. Nevertheless, to
etther ■with, these various coasrianies covered by
the decree, w* ar<» appeaUnc from Judge Oross
-up'f order. an<l expert to w:n our car-*.'"
GLENNON NOT RE?C°TiNG FOR DUTY.
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A 2»ITJBBER£R LYNCHED IN WYOMING
Deliver. Slay T..— A sr-ecial to "The Post" from
>>»ca£tl«. Wyo.. fays that W. C. Clirtcn. the ranr
(mr of Mr. and Mr?. John Church! was lynched by
i mob from Gillette last night. The mob battered
ioirn the jail doer, holding up the Sheriff and
i'puty The »bi!». and hung Cliftoa to a bridge west
■f the town. Clifton's head was cut o2 by the fall
nf forty fe*t
John "W. Church and his wife, who lived on a
r:onieEteail cloici sever.ty miles ik west of New
rastle. »«re n*-v«r seen allvn siter Man h v tact.
niftor, wuusaj ranch a.Sjo:nt.* Cfcurcb'a. was arrert
re on April 7 on sujpic'ori. and m April !7 he con
f"f;ed Tiiat he had killerf Mr. and ilr« Church,
rnelr bodies were found at the pla'-e indicate by
tins Clifton asserted that be had killed the couple
A self -define*.
For day after day after this :
Norfolk jackets with long trousers:
$15 to $20.
Washable waistcoats; $2.50 to $6.
Xegligee shirts; fresh neckwear.
Low shoes perhaps you need new
ones for tennis.
Straw hats: $2 to $15.
Prices revised on young men's
spring suits, sizes 32-34 in. chest.
Now §10 to $22.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
388 E- *---■ opposite City Hatt.
and 7 and & ■Warr»n St. „-*-«
*42 Broadway, cor. 13th. • *\J J»™*J?
and 140 to I4S 4th >v«. by mail.
1260 Broadway-- oo 0*".0 *". 32d,
and 54 'West 3Sd St. _____^___^^_^__
DECREE FOR MRS. DURYEA.
It Is for Separation — Referee to De
termine Alimony.
To Mrs. Nina Lane Smith Puryea yesterday
was granted 6 decree of separation from her
husband. Chester Burnell Duryea, the eon of
Brigadier General Hiram Duryea, the organizer
of the Starch Trust, by Justice Blanchard. in
the Supreme Court. The suit -was tried befor.
Justice Blanchard but February and lasted for
Beveral cays.
Justice Blanchard does not make any award
as to Mrs. Duryea's alimony, but directs that a
referee be appointed to inquire into Mr. Dur
yea's financial condition, and report as to what
allowance he considers would be adequate to
maintain her in a condition suited to her social
position, and to provide for the support and
education of their child. Chester B. Duryea, jr.,
the custody of whom is awarded to the mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Duryea were married in Trinity
Chapel on June 1. 1886. Bits. Duryea was well
known here and in England, where, she had been
introduced by Mr?. Maxwell Scott, a niece of the
Duke of Norfolk. Mr. Duryea was graduated
from Columbia College in ISPS
Mrs. Duryea charged, her husband with, from
an early date after their marriage, having ill
treated her. and continuing this 111 treatment
until they separated in September, 1901. Two
months after her marriage, she alleged, after
several violent outbursts of temper, he shook his
clenched fist in her face and called her names.
He, on being remonstrated with, seized her by
the throat and violently forced her back against
the oak panelling, causing the back of her head
to strike violently against the wall. He once
told her "she had the fa« of a criminal."
-Idiot," "fool," "liar." "cat." "monster of selfish
ness"* and other such terms were frequently ap
plied by him to her, It was charged. She paid
she had once to leave a fancy dress ball be
cause of the mariner in which he behaved to her.
Mr Duryea denied his wife's allegations of
cruelty, but admitted that, under great provoca
tion, he had become angry with her. He also
blamed his mother-in-law for their troubles.
TO MAKE IMPROVEMENTS
Elevated Road Already Hat Corps
at Work.
REALIZES INADEQUATE SERVICE.
Improvement of the elevated train aerviae, so
lone needed, so long postponed, is to come "Bare,
and" just as soon as we can fix It." This welcome
announcement was made yesterday by Frank Hed
l<?v. general superintendent of the rnterborough
Rapid Transit Company. The new management.
he Bald, realized the need of Improved facilities,
and already load a corps of men at work on various
phases of the Question.
"But." he continued, 'this is a. mighty big pr^ sl "
lem, involving the expenditure of enormous- sums
of money ad great engineering feats I* can't be
done in a hurry. We've been here onl«- c "* ° months.
•When we took up the elevated ro-~- r? "^ kne *" *- hat
the service was inadequate antiquated even. in
many things. We realiJ that the stations were
overcrowed. *nd th-< th " ----- weren't getting
seats.
■'The:- are two sices, to this. "We're In the busi
ness, to make money, r.nd we realize that the better
service we civp the more money we'll make, so
yon .ran see that we shall do all we can to males
Improvements. fust how, •■' course. I can't tell.
TVe have under consideration the overcrowding
of stations downtown, as well as the extension of
a third track on the Mhrth-aTe. road from Four
teenlh-st. to the Battery. As to the complaint of
the "West Side Transit Reform Committee of One
3lundred that "rush hour' service la not maintained
all day. to do so would be incompatible with best
service to th<» public. In the morning, when the
rush service is !n operation, trains become badly
congested at the downtown terminals. To have
this ail day would mean endless complications and
tieups ail along the route. 'We do pull out a few
trains in the middle of the day, but we handle
traffic better because of It."
Correspondence between E. P. Bryan, viee-presi
<lent and general inanaper of the Interbcrough
Rapid Transit Company, and ... West Side com
mittee was nhade public yesterday, showing that
on Hay 13 Mr. Bryan iva* - ted on by a sub
comrr.ittef- of the association, .... - -, of
specific instances for complaint were cited. The
committee especially demanded that a third track
be built from Fourteenth-st. to the Battery and
that land be acquired for larger station facilities
at Rer-tor. Cortlandt and Barclay sts. If this were
not don«. th^ rotmratiw said, ■'-eai actions would
be begun i-> compel such improvements.
NEW COMPANIES INCORPORATE.
Certifies lc= <>f incorporation filed to-day with the
Secretary of - include those of the Hudson
Canyon Gold Mines pf rew-Tork City: capital,
JW-OC'C'; directors. A F. NefVin. C. M. GOpil and
F. R. Kimberiy. of New-York City-
Southeast<=ri. Railway Construction Company, of
New-York City; capital. $100,000; directors, Sanviel
Russell. Gtorg" <:. D;>\ and G. F. Parmel»e. of
New-York City.
Fennlnmore Knitting Mills, of Phoenix Mills.
Ots'-go County': capita!. 5100,000; director*. W. .T.
Carroll. W". O. Brewster and K. I. Brawster. Nt
New-York City.
J. I. Koufman Oyster Company, of Esopus. Ul
eter county: capital, J150.0*; director?. J. T. Hou<<
man. of Port Richmond, and P. S. Jones, and H.
J. McCorr.ick. of New-York City.
The National Lock and Metal Company, ■•' New-
Tork <"ity: capital. $25 < >.i""'': directors. Lewis Haase,
C B. Omcalt end Louis Mi;isky. of Ne-cr-York City.
C3tT\
SECURITIES LISTED.
Th« following securities have been adde-i to the
Stock Exchange li.«t: One hundred and live thou
sand dollars additional Louisville and Nashville-
Boulhem, Morion collateral i per ... bonds
of 1K.2: f76O\COO additional first consolidated nort
£afr« 100-year i^ per cent coupon bonds of IX>9 of
tli« Hockir.g Valley Railway Company: JJ.157.000
additional consolidated hrst mortgage and col
lateral irutt . . p^r retit coupon bonds of 1534 of the
Eurlir.ston. <yds- Rapids and Northern Railway
Company, of lowa. 52.522.000 additional i per cent
refunding mortgage <oupon bends of ISSI and JL€s:.r
20"v additional common stork of the St. Louis and
San Francisr-o Railroad Company; £!,«>49,4ij) 3i 3 per
cent forty y»ar debenture coupon bonds of 1912 of
the Oener.il Electric Company, and JiUSO.'/vy first
ir.ortcage ". pet cent coupon bon-is of M of the
Hudson County Cos, Company-.
B. & L. DECLARES DIVIDENDS.
Boston. May t7.— The directors of th* Boston and
Lowell Railway Company have declared a regular
semi-annual dividend of 4 per cent pa- able July 2.
to stock of record May 28.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TKUBSDAT. MAY 9. 19W*.
R^> pIINtS pNE fbRNiTUnE
DINING-ROOM BARGAINS.
Art and comfort combined in our dining-room
furniture- the strength and beauty of old Eng
lish specimens now at greatly reduced prices.
MAHOGANY.
CHINA CLOSETS. $45 to $185.
(former prices. $60 to $235. )
SIDE TABLES. $57 & $76.
(former prices, $67 & $tto.)
SIDEBOARDS. $57 to $188. .
(former prices, $77 to $^75-)
Also Collarettes. Extension Table*, Chairs
and Arm Chairs.
Artistic furniture, for every room now below
even factory -prices, so promptly
"BUY OFTME MAKER*
Geo. C- Flint Co.
43. 45 ah d 47 WSST 25? ST.
NEAR BROADWAY.
CARRIAGE ESTRASCE. 28 "WEST S4TH ST.
Factories: 505 to 515 West 32d St.
BIG TIMBER PURCHASE.
Contract Made for Nearly 2,500,000
Acres of Fine Land in Mexico.
A contract has .lust been entered Into In this
city for the purchase by an American syndicate
of an immense tract of timber land in the State of
Chihuahua. Mexico. The property belongs to the
Garcia estate. City of Mexico, and comprises nearly
2.500.000 acres, lying northwest of the city of Chi
huahua. It is heavily wooded with white pine,
yeliow pine, a nondescript species of pine known
as •'blackjack." and some cedar. The trees are
said to run frequently from sixty to seventy feet
clear before branching, and from two to three feet
in d-.a meter, and conservative estimates place the
amount of marketable timber at not less than
10,000,000,000 feet. The soil Is rich and well watered,
and it is expected that after the timber has been
cut away the region will become one of the richest
In Mexico for fanning and grazing purposes.
Mexico up to this time has been obliged to im
port practically all her lumber from the United
States, owing to the lack of transit facilities for
utilizing native timber. To make this new pur
chase of timber available It will be necessary to
build about sixty miles of railroad southwest from
Terresra? the southern terminus of the Rio Grande.
San Madre and Pacific Railroad, or about flfty-flvs
miles north from Minaca. on the Chihuahua and
Pacific road, the connecting link in the system of
the new Kansas City. Mexico and Orient Railway.
In either ■•a« ; the opening of a new road for lum
bering is likely to result in the building of the
few miles more required to complete another lin»
across Northern Mexico, from El Paso to the FS'
clfie by way of Minaca and the new Orient rota.
The American syndicate which has undertaken
the development of this vast timber tract con--s*s
of" Paul Morton, vice-president of the AtcMson,
Topeka and Santa Fe system Walter S. £«*£. °"
Sa?inaw. Mich., and Colonel John Weir, 2 New
v— An exploring party will be put in fhe n»ld
by t.'iem immediately
PENNSYLVANIA STAFF CHANGES.
N-w Offices Created ai:d Fsithful Agents
Promoted.
Philadelphia, Ma.-> 27.— At a meeting to-day of the
directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad, J. R. Wood
was appointed passenger traffic manager, which is
a new office. George TV. Boyd. assistant general
passenger ag°r.t. was ... the office of
c n .--r- passenger agent. to succeed Mr. Wood. J.
B. Thayi jr.. was elected fifth vice-president, a
n*"w r.m>-' . J. W. Coneys was appointed a-- ii m
Fuperint<-n<l?nt of the Cleveland and Pittsburg
division.
Other changes were made by the director?! as
fellows- George D Dixon. freight traffic manager;
Edwin P. Bates, general freight agent; Robert C.
Wright, assistant general freieht agent: Joseph C,
Searies. general coal freight agent; Rufus M. Pile,
assistant general pn.s>enpf.r a?ent; Joseph T. Rich
ards, chief engineer of maintenance of way: Alex
ander C. Shand. ensrineer of maintenance of way;
Robert M. pattertsni superintendent freight trans
portation, ''hai-les M. sheaffer. superintendent
passenger transportation: Herbert B. Jaggerd. gen
eral agent at Pittsburg: George W. Walker, assist
ant treasurer Ice P. F. Hunter, resigned, and
Alexander Goiser. superintendent of tolegtaph.
All appointments tak« effect ' me 1.
HOME NEWS.
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
ALBEMARIiE— Bishop W N McVickar. of Provi
-«•■ . - STr^R— S*a'-" Railroad Commissioner
Frank M Baker, of Owego. CAMBRIDGE—
' 58 D)
... • I, yon Bredow. miii
tary ti ■ ' Wash-
FIFTH AVENUE ■' "'immander Jol
- N HOLLAND— iIa ■ ■ • Wes
•■■••• | g a. (retin i Rod »>fic>.
Switzer id. rMPERIAIr-T. Morrison
r S N. MANHATTAN— P. S. DuPont. of Wil
mington. Del. PLAZA -W. H. EJmerson. of Bos
• ■ '• TORIA— Ex-Mayor C T ' hapin. of
Rochester. WALDORF-ASTORIA- Professor John
" ' -• ■
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
Comm'Tir? Ti»nt *x»r_-is»s of St. Mary's Prhpol, No. 6
East Kort> slxth-:-t.. 10:30 a. m.
Rar'i ■: Tra;i =it Commission, 3 p. m.
Th« American Geographical Society, ecept to *he
--'-■' th" society, '>mn:and"r RrHwrt K. Pear}',
Xi. ir. West Eiphty-firet ?t . •»:.'*> p. m.
CoTrrm«>nr«'m' i nt 'xercises of Hamilton Lnftitut*. \\'«ldorf,
S r- m.
Meeting ti> form a federation of Brooklyb church^*.
P*fhftsJa Cun^r^gatiniai Church, Ralph -ay*. ai.d
Chaunc*v-s»t., 8 p. m.
Meeting of the Brooklyn ",---.- All Souls' Church,
foulh Ninth-?'.. S r- m.
BanU concert!" and jfreoptiion l».-tur»s in th<- .....
p. m.
ictorla pa; dinner of the New York "^raduat^s' .^ocj^ty
of Mc<lin I."niv»r«!ty or <"aiia'i3. A!-line Arairetatlon.
No. 12] F*snh ay*.. evirtng.
NEW-YORK CITY.
At • ■» i t spring meeting of the New-York ' redlt
Men's Association, to rug i.'lub.
N> 100 this evening, Di*trlel A 1
Jerome and his ."taff «
• iubj< ■• • • - ■ "The
Practical Difficulties of Ei .
Against Commercial Crimes.
The choir of the Chur-li of th» Holy Aposties
will present Gilbert and Sullivan '» comic op^ra.
"The Sorcerer." for the benefit of the organ fund,
at Carnegie Lyceum. Fiftj--5- a ver.th-i't. and Sev
enlh-ave . on Tuesday, at ?:1". p m.
At the fourteenth annual conference of the Biole
School Board of the Orthodox Friends 'o-morrow
at I p. m. the Rev Dr. Newell Dwight Hiills will
speak on "Oliver Cromwell and the Problems of
Puritanism, with an Outlook upon Cromwell's Pl«a
for th« Quakers
CUSTOMS OFFICIALS ACQUITTED.
The jury in the ".'nmtnal Branch of the United
States Circuit Court, which for the last five days
has been trying Michael J. Qalgrley an assistant
waigher m the Appraisers' Stores and Joseph Hare,
an Inspector of Customs, on a chaxre of bet\ iiur
THERE ARE SOME
EYE OPENERS
JL^f
in Accident Insurance Policies
just placed on the market by
75he TRAVELERS
INSURANCE COMPANY Hartford - Conn -
'""THEY are something NEW r and there is nothing now offered that
* can touch them 6l Liberality, in Increased Benefits, in Simplicity.
And the same old security grown larger that makes The
Travelers contracts the most widely popular among solid business
and professional men is behind them.
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I April, 20%. ♦
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secured $!<>"> from Captain Hughes, of the. ship
Kelat. to protect him from arrest, yesterday
brought in a verdict of acquittal. Both prisoners
proved strong alibis, and were warmly congratu
lated by their friends on the outcome of the trial.
Both Hare and Qul?l<=y. it la said, are to be re
stored to duty.
ADJUST MISER PRIEST'S ESTATE.
Lawyers Estimate That There Will Be $25
000 for Father Al binder's Legatees.
Lawyers employed by ex-County Treasurer Car
penter, of Westcbester County, have just completed
sn adjustment of the estate of the Rev. Joseph
Albinger. pastor of the Roman Catholic Church of
Our I^ady of Victory, Mount Vernon, who died five
years ago. Father Albinger was a miser and went
about the streets of Mount Vernon In rags. He left
|57,0D9 Of thit amount 80,000 in gold was hoarded
in safe deposit vaults in this city. The remainder
was Invested in real estate.
After the priest's death. In Germany, Nicholas
■Lauer. a former altar boy. tppeared with a will, in
■which the entire estate f aa bequeathed, to him.
• This will afterward was declared a forgery, and a
j second will was produced whivh was probated. Tne
! second will divides the priest's estate about equally
among the following persons: Mrs. Kolbe and Mr.-.
■ Ni*m:t:;n. the priest's sister*, of Bonn. Germany;
j Nicholas Latter, of Green* Monroe County. N. V,
his former altar boy; Frederick Dumproff and Fred
erick Dumproff. jr., of Mount Vernon. parishioners of
his church, and Nicholas F.irdi. his old sexton. a
legacy Is left to the ehur<-h also. The lawyers esti
mate "that after the Inheritance tax . h n . i all *»xpenseg
of litigation ar- paid there will be about" 135,000 left
for distribution.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrts* ♦ '* Bun»« 7:30 Moon s*«« t US. M ion « »g» 2
HIGH WAXES
AM — fan^y Hook SJOIGov. i ■'"'. S:5: H»i: Gate 10-41
P.M.-Pandy Hook S:4si'3o\. IsUn.J 0:1T;h«11 G»te. 11:06
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAT.
Ve»»el. Vrom. '..: *
Primula . .* Shield*. May 9 .
Thordl* Gibraltar. Ma 11
Pompranian Glasgow. Miy 16 Allan State
•Ullnda Ha>-er.a. May .1 Mun»..:i
AlKonauln Jackson via,- . Jliv 23 -i Clyde
•i arfbbe* . St Thonas, May -' Qu*btc H S
•Pathfinder a ~ Juan. M«) 29.. N V 4 Porto Rico
x"aff ' " . Jamaica. May 21 . „
rD#u»!«:r.l«rv]. . . Harr.burc. Maj ?i Hamb-Am
• pat' . H.-.r.: V.. !•• Hamh-Am
Toronto. Hull. May 10. ... Wllaeii
Llandaff City Bwanaes. May 14 ... Bristol Cltr
Yanarlva TrlnSJad. May it- - - ,
Naooooh*e Savannah, -May '■&•••• . Savannah
X: Pa*o New-Orleans. Muy 23 Morgan
FRIDAY. MAY a>.
•La Savoie Hart*, May a French
•Barcelona . ... Hamburg, M«y U... .. Hamt*Ara
Ben Cruaehan *. lAicia. May -1 .. _
City of Augusta . . S«vsnnah. May 27 Savannah
El Ma- G*lv**ton. May 3 ...... Morgan
•C0am0. ...... S*n Juan. May 30 N T 4 r R
BROOKLYN JOCKEY CLUB RACES.
The Turf.
May 28. 29. 30. June 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. S. 9. 10.
11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17.
Six H«-o©» Each JDeL-y at 2:SO F». M.
THURSDAY, MAY 28,
Brooklyn Handicap of $20,000
SPECIAL TABLE.
AL^rallNS SIREr^T^THE' TRACK. via LONG ISLAND RAILROAD. 11 30. 12:1! X
12 TO 12:60 100 1-10 1:20. 1:30. 1:50 P. M. Parlor car on all trains.
"Leave NEW YORK TERMINUS OF THE BRIDGE. via sth Are. Elevated, -very
12 minutes from 10:05 A. M. to 12:05 P. M from 12:03 P. .V every 3 minutes thereafter.
All elevated trains will stop at City Hall. Bridg- St.. Fulton =- F =.'-■:«■- Ay... 9rh St.. '.- =
St.. 2-"th St , 36th St
SPECIAL TROLLEY TABLE.
Leave WHITEHALL ST., N. T. via 3? T St. Brooklyn F»rry ar.d the Culv-r -• »tctt
tTrentv minutes from 12 M.
BROOKLYN— Leave BROADWAY and GREENPOIN'T FERRIES, via Tcmpktes AT-..
Lorimer St. and the CuKer line. ' _ "'* .
L,. a HAMILTON FERRY, via loth St. and the <--;-.- line.
VAXDEREILT AYE. AND COURT ST. LINE FROM N. T. SIDE OF BRIDGE DIRECT
TO TR*rK
"SPECIAL TROLLEY PARLOR CARS WTUL LEAVE !fBW YORK SIDE BROOKLTV
BRIDGE 12:00, 12:4.-.. 1:15, 1:40.
Admission to Grand Stand. $2.00. Admission to Fie'd Stand, 75c.
MUSIC BY LANDER.
BATCKDAT MJ SO
•Philadelphia Southampton. May 25..' American
•Cmbrta Uverpoo!. May 23 _. . .'^inar'l
•Cymric Liverpool. May 23 '5 -« Star
M«nlton tor.don. May 15... A %;lw
Bolivia Gibraltar. May IT • ABCBOT
Arkansas Copenhawa. May 15...... s<ra s^S
rar-t, 5| ■■:.-■
•Havana Havana. May 2.j N g. ' -P»
cirnlnel- Jackson", ill*. May 27 Cly*.
•Brines mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAT.
v.ssel
Vassal For Lln» Mall? tIoj?. aails.
LaMascc^/. H^r,. pUncb 7^»ni W-^JS
Bluch-r. Hamburg. Hamb-Am ,V^^"^
Barbaros=a, Bremen. N G Uoj4 }} :£> a a
La.urer.tlan. Glasgow, Allan-Stat- — - IVm a m
Pretoria. Bermuda. (Soebec f : S ans J? :^*
Monter-.v. Havana. Ny & Cuba .&22 Bnl H^iS
Tjomo, Prosreso. 12^X>m *■■•*} p ra
'■"ity o* Elrm'ishani. Savannah. Savan'h S:t*»pm
[»-«-.-- Norfolk. Old Dominion s - •■ 7 -.
... MAT 2?
Maraval. Trinidad. Trmtod 1O:V> m m I - I**1 ** P
NJagara, Mexlca NY & '">;ba 12:00 m -^^J" 11
Coronda. Argentine, etc. Nortoj 3:0«> p m S:BBpn
.TarnestoTi. Norfolk. 01-3 DoTiinion - - 3:00 pm
Colorado. Mobile. Mallcry 3:oopm
Arai*hoe.-. Charleston. Clyda — **°l?™
SATCRDAT. MAT SO.
Campania Liverpool. Curia rd S-TOa D 9^j»am
vaderland. Antwerp. Keri Star 8:0Oam in:oOain
Columbia. O!isEow. Anchor &:3Oam 12: r »> m
Minr.ftor.ka. London, At Trans 8:00 a. m
British Pr.nces*. Antwerp. Pbtsnis -—
Pennsylvania Hamburg liarnl^- Atti. . . »oO * va.
Altai. Jamaica. Hamb-Am ;t:3.^am :2.&
Mhos, Ha--t*. Hamb-Am •• » a m 12^m
... ... Ha-.ana. N T ft CBba.*. lO:oO am 1 :0 Op m
Sobfalens*. North Brazil. Booth 2:00 a 3 •■"• p m
Oiinda. Havana. Munson 12:30 am 3:f">prn
Caracas. Curaeaa Red D s»:3<>am 12:f» m
Nueres. Galveston. Ma! - 3:^o p=n
El None QalvestOß. Morgan S.^Opm
ExceUlor. y--> Orleans, Morgan • 3:00 pm
City Savannah. Savannah. Savannah 3 ■€> -. m
Monroe, Norfolk. CM Pominlon 3 ■•-> r ■
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New-York, Wednesday. May 27. *03.
ARRIVED.
Steamer ;. rslc &i Stool* IJverpool May l^. to th«
■Whfte ?tar Ulne. v.th mtij*. Arrtred •-• ■-•> Bar at 11:12
p m.
Steamer Oceanic (Br\ Camaroß. Liverpool. Slay 20 ad
Queenstown 21. to the Whita Star Line, -x.th 292 cabin
and 22 steerage pa??-. r.g*-r«. mails and nrie*. Arrived at
tie Bar at 2:21 p m.
Steamer ?raw Fell ißr\ Newman. Huelva May 7 and
Madeira 10, to the Grt«eida Chemical Co. with c?<crer
ore. Arrived at th« Bar at 11 a ru.
St»amer Liguria <Ital). Ansaido. not Mar U a;.<t
Naples 13. to Hirzel. Feltmann & Co, with 31 cahjn and
1.27" steerage passengers and mdse. Arrived at the Bar
at l:3i> a m.
Steame- Citti di Palermo iltali. Currarlno. Genoa May
-7. Leghorn 30 Messina May 3 and Pa>r-r 5, to Hindi
Feltmann i Co. with rr.a.--- Arrived at Ota Bar at 2* m.
-•■, ■- HohenzoUem <Ger>. Mel— el. Genoa May 14.
Naples 15 a^Z Gibraltar IS. to Oelnchs A Co. with iL*3
cabin ami 883 steerage passen^erp. rr.atls and rr:dse. Ay -
rlvej at the Bar at 2:50 a m.
steal Antilta (Br>. Moniell. Nassau Ma-- 23. 'o F T
Mon:e)l & Son. with 34 passer. (fern, mails and md««. Ar
rived at ihe Bar at 11:30 p m 28th.
St«am«r Morro Ca?t!e. Downs. Ha'ana May :*. f>
.Tames B Ward -v Co. with 111 pa.«s»n ;•»:?•. mails and rod«».
Arrived at. the Bar at 3:55 a m.
ft?am>r El Alba. Quick. Golve«ton May 21, •-> th»
3r>'.ith?rn Pacirii" Company, with m<l3».
Steamer J M Goffer, from Pert Arthur, with n\\. Pasifd
••i -ar.i. H • -. at 2:30 p m.
9:e<un,>r ' 'olorado. Kie'*, Mr>bilo May IS an/l r.njas 1*!;^1 *!;^
24. to >: II Mailor>' <t Co. with pa*f-en*er* m»lse.
Steamer Arapahoe. Jarksonville May - ja and Charleston
2*. to Wni P Clyde &; Co. with pa»»»ngers and mdse
Stearr.er JerT»reon. Dole, Newport News ar.d NorroJt. to
the Old Dominion Si Co. with pas?enster» and rndse.
Steamer Bluefifld?, Hastings. Baltim^r<». to H C Foster.
with mdse.
Stearr.er George W. Clyde. Ri/-h, PhtaMelphla, to r. - '.;:
tam P Clyde tc Co. w;»h m'ls*'
Sar.dy Hook. ■. J. Ma; 27. t>:3O p m— "WScd «ojth"»«::
fr'fh bt»ese; cloud] .
SAILED
?t?aiaer.s New-York, (or ?outr.an:pton. Majestic "Br>.
for Liverpool. Hindoo ißri. for H'l!! ; H'!"gj Olav tDaa>.
for christ:ar.s.RT.d and Copenhagen: »atenda--n iDutcti>. for
Kotterdam Ma 80-ilosne. New-York i Dutch tank', for
Rotterdam v.a, Hull; Auifuste (Aast'. fi>r Malta. YttOßf,
etc: Havenna Htal). f>r Naples ami Genoa: Abbiiia.
(Au»t«. for Trieste via Phllaielphi*; May. for JUvtpin.
As^ialilln. ere; Fontabel'.e (Br>. for Barha.!os, E Pia. tor
»rew-Ori*ans: Princess Ar.n». for Norfolk and Newjxjri
News. City «f A-ig'i"ta. Rur». for New-Tork: Berkshire.
V dpins- for Philadelphia: L'nitei ?;«?> battlerhlp In
diana.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN TOUT?.
Li'.erpool. Ma> 2" — Arriie.l. t— nn <"'a'.edonlaa (3r>.
Trantnor. Boston tot Manchester: Tintoretto >j>p%n>.
Mathlson. New-Tork for Manchester.
London May 27— Arrived, steamer Consuelo i»r>. TVatson
New-Tork to* Hull.
Southampton. May 27. 12 3i> r m--fiall«4. su-.v.r.-r !<r v n
prtni Wt;he|r.i <G*r». Rirliter ifronr, ;:n-ir:en>. »n .
York Ch«rbour*3 lsth. amvrt. St I'iiul.
Jamison. K«w>ToA Tas?ed Hurst Ca»t!e a « l;^s a rr.i.
Lizard. May -7 3 p m~Pa.-«e-! - m ■ -■ • f% r>ul. Jarnt
son. New-York for Southampton : l-a lorrain*; iTr'.
Allx. Now -York (or Havre
Barry. May S3— Sailed, jteamer Hrpatla 'Vr>. f<r N-n -
York.
Gla«it'.». May 27— ArrH e-i. »t*am»r Anchorla iDn. Wa4».
Mamburc' May 24- bailed, uteamer Batavla iG»r>. rroh
lich. Boston and New -York.
CherNoirs. May 27. «". p m — Sailed, iteausir Krorprinz
VTllhelni iGer>. ni«-Mer ifror.i Bremen and Sotifb^mp
tea*, New-York
Sarrffi. M«.y 27 P»ss«d. steamer Calabria <Br». Cridjrs.
New-York for Marseilles, Genoa. Lenhom, etj.
Gibraltar. May 26 — Passed, steamer* Patna t'ltalt. Got
arsa. N>w-VcrJt for Mar»*lJles: 27tn. Mar--» Mtn»h*'.M
Ut»lj. Brl»co, Genoa acl Naples far New-York,
The Turf.
' Amusements.
R"ROA"n\VAV THEATRS. 415t-st. & ST-wv.
Pfi!NO£OFP!LSEN% It
ifWTH TIME—Mjn-Jsi. ASM attt—— CTsPßßssV
BHj^SCO I HEATRE "•''^e M
DAVID BCXJIaXX r-re«ca:» THE DARUIO
DL.4.NCHC BATES In OF THE GOD*-
WEST I '■ -:*'-- ROYAL LILIPTTIA.iI.
Fj.\D, N>*t -■ k— Kat- Ciitcn '•?*"> ~-a.^».
BIJOU JMABELLEGILMAN
s" •: ? i in -THE MOCKING BIRD.
.It ■ 53-. S _^ *—— -
VICTORIA. 4Zt Ft B ISfIiDCISI n
&Tha- . Ev.. S:W Mat Fit. ; WMRrIELu
Lu\=T week. Sirllli IkateW
rAVID BELAS^O pr»«»r;ts I In "The Auctioneer.
:-xt MO.ND. Oponins— PARADISZ P.OO? cg>.R3Eyg.
aiiinnm htli,thzj i>x a - * 42d st.
muHKni 3iati>ke every d*y. use.
II! nil Ml THE PRIVATE SECRETARY.
l r» i^ 1 CT 2:1 s ! Broai«*r
J H \-f L t. SIS &6Ot3x?t.
CR THE GREAT FTLGORA. * «'i ?•.
THE GREiT FT 1.G0R.%.
OSRIEX x HAVEL. >RKB .t ACaMS.
3 LIVINGSTONS and s Hor: cf others.
\V\MACK>. B>«i a " sM -a* ea!y. »:13.
SULTAN^SUUI
Succ»s». ~
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CASINO
TO-NIGHT
DQnPTfIC'C •'OMSDT 4 VAXTD. SHOWS 23c. ?<V.
rnUUIUnO Every Aft & Eve. Res. "' Sx Sts. St.
OOri Bi S All-Star Cfß Tbe Rajah
fcO,.. VandeTlll*. ay Vaud'villr
53 s y. The Smart Set 1 25,? di= viudrviu*-.
?■ 1 I H X ! aad 3O— Or?at A«s— 3o-
SiS I 11 VJ m-ij -- ' PRICKS TOm. and SO*.
DECORATION DAY DOOR.* OPE% It A. SX.
AMERICAN JACOB ADLER
4U St. A. 9th At*. MERCHANT OF VEMCE.
hi A irCTIA GRAND COBCU aT»— ■ 33th ?•■
mAJtoillf --
WIZARD OF OZj
Hlanhaltan arsu*
The Earl of Paw tucket
ST.NICHOLAS SUMMER GARDEN
r.RAM> OPEM>O 1% l'»IK 1 .^^.E*
NEXT M- NT \V NIOUT. . A big i^-e 3...
HERALD 5Q
DAN DALY £ L^ -jort\ mm:
HENRY L DIXEY in HEM THE MUSIC.
KMCKERBOCKER THEATRE. E way * SSth.
♦ t!m»« rr. u r». Hv^r-lr.*. .«. Mat. S»t.. -.
Llfbier & Co » All Star Hom».i »ad JnMr*.
ODAV E^ C ? OPERA H«C?C °2*Z!Sg£s
B : .- ■ ■ au
"ft* " s,f> s^nis» Sit^r. SI. X A IS. Ceo. Ato. tl-»
LUNA
PARK
TERRACE GARDEN '^^ * wh 3t> "
LEXINGTON opera TIOt'SE. : n?ar LfX A^*
(iT'nlr* Third Summrr s*«--«or. s*r . :.i 3P- *=*
. . , , W«*k Jan* 1.
c THv: TERRACE UAKDEN OPERA CO.
IN CTFXNSMCIT9 OPEHA r-OL'FT^
"TIITZ: BRIGAXD9"
v»ud*vi;i« ar.-t Mu»i- In tU* Op«n Air
Ep\r M AVORL!) c WAX. .. k*ph
UC.N C I > E M A T O O KA P 11 -
Miser. OrcbMßai c«o«tna •«* * £•■•■
rASToa's. i«!» st.. -.ar sj aT» coeiTrUuoff
» ANt) 3<> CtS. <.;aRDNETR <fe VIXCSNT.
THE RIJOC 'iiRCVS. ___
Naples. M«^ :" " • m — Arrival. sr««ra«r t*»3 «••»•■
Bolte, New -York <«i><! »»lleJ tor O*no*>. I '
r,-nr>a. May 23— Arrival, steam-r SJcllia iiwl>. T^ariatn -
Ri* J»seirc. M«jr as--aail«l »'.e*!aer l«y»oaa Prise*
LEri. Wader. N«-»-Tork.
ALL THE
THOWSO*
« Dl
•HOW*.

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