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7P lf THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 21. 1894.
HT ii .7- llcfmen to any pirtlcular trucks, the ME-1' r Witness said. They only tried to do what VrV they could to help the Company out. K. J The policeman on the Albany boat dock won usually detailed there for the season. K)t "Isn't the position a very desirable Ht one on your dock?" K.!' "X don't know," lt . ,. B' Well, don't you know that policemen K are very anxious to be detailed there7 HKHf ".Not any more than any other docks, sBHt.?' so Car as I know." V$ This finished Mr. Knrlc's testimony. B.v and as Judge Ransom wanted to ask '" no qucsttnns JntnMt D Olyer was called K j u the next wltnciB. Rl Mr. D'Olyer said he n private sec- retary. for II. Maltland. Kersey, ngent of ft: the White Star line He snld the Com- aHV ji cany had police officers on each one of ft their piers. Those policemen were mem- ft ' bers of the Bteamboat squad. K . They also stayed late hours when re- K . ' attested to do so, to watch for Incoming ft, steamers, to protect steerage passen- K pers and to be on hand for early sall- K . " these men paid for this work?" E- "Yes, sir; they are paid every w eok. k The man on pier 45 Rets $10, and the & one on pier SS, $5 a week. ft "Who are these ofllcersr K "The man on pier 45 Is O'Neill and on pier SS, Dradshaw." . ft Doth the officers were In court and ft were Identified by Mr. D'Olyer. who -mid M that the 110 weekly had been paid regu- ft larly for the last ten years This was K for the passenger pier and the other was E the freight pier. K, Get Money, but lo Dinners. Hrt These payments were entered In the MMr book as "extra watchmen," and the ft money was paid by Dock Superintendent pennell every week. The witness did not ft think the polite officers ever pot passes ft from the Company, nor did they ; eer get ft- dinners aboard the ship All the work r they wcte paid for was for something ft that was done outside the officer s regu- ft' lar duties as policeman. ft "As a matter of fact, you pay these ft men because they are policemen and H wear a uniform?" ft "Yes, that Is nbout It." ..,.,. ft'. Robert P. Rellly. superintendent of the K Spanish Transatlantic Steamrhlp line, nt ft pier 10, North Hlver, the next witness, BBC said that Pollcoman William Connollj .of ft , the Bteamboat squad, was cmplpjed for Bft extra time by his Company to look out BBS' for the trucks and passengers when the ' j steamers came In nnd went out. ft Connolly, he said, had to attend to the ft docks all the way down to pier 8, but he i spent most of his extra time for the ft' Spanish line The officer on liit was B . paid 75 cents n day and allowed to get m his meals on the steamer when he re- Bk'' mamed on duty during the noon or uln- BB' There was no officer on duty at the BBC Spanish line pier till three ears ago, ft when Mr. Rellly snld he Bent a note BBC' around to Capt. Schmlttbergor nnd got ft, a man detailed He wus needed at the IHVr Dler to preserve order nmonR truckmen BBS' "You used to bo a policeman yourself, ftt' Mr. Rellly? ' K ''Yes, sir." ... ft "No questions," said ludpe Uinom BBC The next witness was l'elfr Lawrence BBC McLaren, who snld he had charge of ftt the shipping dep-irtnient of tarter. ft'. Mncy & Co , whs had no docks but ft dO(ktd ships on the Cast and North ft' Rlvers In the tea district. saUK Mr. McLaren said his company pild ft- policemen to look out for ships con- salW signed to them. In loading and unload- BBs- lwf. Ihls took from ten to fifteen dns, BBC' and It was customary to pas $10 for iaili BBS ship to ths iiollcc officer In charge of bBK the dock. Sometimes less was pill, but , ftfc bo more If everything was sntlHfactori. K Other omdnls Pnld. ak "Do you pny nnj thins In the wny of ' assessments to uny offlolnlB?" asked Mr. I The witness did not wnnt to answer, sH this, but Mr. Ooff Insisted, and Mr. Mr- BBM' Laren said that nothlnR was paid to BBvt, police officials ,.,., ... BBC "'To any other offlclalH those of the B Dock Department, for Instnnce? IIVt Objection wns made by ex-JudRe rtan- IIB, som that the Dock Department was not BB belne InvestlgaUd, but the Question was BBC ' allowed. W "Well, yes, the Company pays sorae IIV'' thins to others," the witness snld, but V protested that he oiiRht not to be corn BBC pelled to give information riRnrdlng the i" business of his Company. K. . "As n matter or fact, do you not hac VTr"" tff psitlackmall for every essel joii BBCf Uock in'this port?" asked Mr. CSoff. BBBi1: "No; not one cent for blackmail, only BC for expenses, which we retard as nec- BBK" "Well, If you object to the word black- BBBn mall, I will ask If joti don't have to F iay money In addition to the legal fees or every ship that comes Into port?" E. "Yes, we do." T Mr. Ooff then asked to whom this BBCV money was paid, and there was a long Hi wrangle between the counsel and the BCV' Committee as to admissibility of this H' ' evidence. l It was finally admitted on the Rround L that If such exactions were made It BBC Wtts an Indication of dereliction ot duty BBBI on the part of the police BBCf "Well, now, whom do ou pay first?" BBB asked Mr. Goff. L "We never pay anything nt nil till BBBf the vessel's cargo Is thoroughly dls- B charged." B "Well, whom do you pay, then? V "Is it necessary for me to answer BBB thlsr' asked the wltnesu, appealing to the Committee. Mi Ilockmnster nnd Cnntuius Inspectors BBC- "Tou will have to answer," said Sen- BBCr ator O'Connor, who was presiding, Chalr- BBB?' Man Lexow having gone out. BB "Well, we pay the dockmaster $2 for BBB' each ship." . ... BT "Any one else?" HK "Yes. the Custom-Ilouse Inspectors get IslW 130 apiece for each steamer. There are BBB' uaually two, and that makes $40 BCaB "Is that all?' BBB' "Yea, I think so, except occasional ex- BBCc' penses for special reasons. We have BBC'. paid weighers." ..,,, BBB' 'United States officers?" inquired B Senator O'Connor. BBBf "Yea. . . K "Does the captain have to pay nny- BBCF" thing for getting the essel out Into the lassES" stream, or for quarantine chargeB? BBSL -"No. sir, not that I know. The cap- BBBK tain li not authorized to make any such mf payments," B The witness said that. In his opinion, BBBL all shippers In this city were obliged to K make the same payments. In order to BBBf' have their vessels promptly unloaded or BCB BBBr" "You believe it necessary to pay these BBBf officials In order to carry on your busl- BBBtf nessT ... BBBr "I think It desirable to do so. and other BSBfr shippers generaly hold the same opjnlon BBBr so far as I know " B The next witness was an old German ' BBBf named Fred Studer, who said that his BBBr' wife, Annie, had kept a bourdlng-house I BBBrl and furnished-room house for seven BBC. years at 233 KlUabeth street H- "Wers there any disreputable women BCBfl living In your house''" atlced Mr Movs BBCS? "No, BCBC "Were ou arrested on March 2C" BBC BCBCi1 "Who arrested you" H' "ji.n.en .-5, -.in ur. 1 Su11lan, of the BCBCi1 Mulberry street station They came to BBBtr njr house one night and runic the bell BBBr I told them they could not come In. an! H? they said they would break In the door BBBw unlets I opened It. I let tnem In They BBBk had a warrant for my arrot, and eald I BjBjBf kfpt a disorderly house Hi AVnnted n IpSIMt BBCk "I went with my wife to the Pol ce IsiiiiV', Court the next dayand Sloan and Bum- BBBk van said I must get William K Morris E as my lawyer. . , . BBB! "Morris wanted $200. but I said I was Foor and could not pay him that much le said he could not get me out of the Bi trouble for less, and told me to go and BL pawn my things and raise the mone BBBK This was after Morris refused to take my case, but Sloan said to blm 'Take BBBE" lti there's money In If CBBCi ''Finally I gave Morris $10 and let hlrn fro, and engaged August Neuu as my awyer. The case, was tried at Special V. Sessions, and I had wltmuiw-s who lit- BBC3i tilled that they had boarded with tne BCBK Ior ten and eleven years, and that there BBBC never had been any bad women In my BBBC- house." BBBsr "kvnat was done wjth you?" 't "The Judges dlschargel me " BBCK "Who testified against you'-' B'- "Sullivan and Sloan and another man BCBS1 they got to swear that he paid $1 to a r woman In my house " B Sluder said that after that Sloan and BBBC' the captain came around to see him and BBBB ' looked through the house and found it BBCBv (Ul right Sloane wanted some money BBBC- ot first, but the witness told blm he had BBBK nothing to give htm. B The house next door, at 2S Elizabeth BBBB' street the witness said, was kept by a H - Mrs. Ctrauu. who, Sloan told him, used BBBCh to Py the police regularly. Mrs. Strauss BBflBt. ePt great many young women and CbBBUi; ( tbsjr U4,$o o.ln and ou$ at all hours BBBB ' ' . ' '- ' 4 BCBCB ? 8$ J-VV ' BCBflBkw ' -$ v,i' i BCsBBBCsfcSaiaasMitlMQikAiSf-. h.-'-i-ji-.L of the day, nnd night like doves In a dove cot, Studer said. Snld She Hint n Pnll. "Did you know MrB Strauss?" "Yes She told me she hnd a big pull with the police" "Did ou over see Sullivan or fllonn go Into her place? ' "eYs .a louplo of times "Wns It ever raided?" "Oh, no. The polke would never touch thnt place " . "You saw women sollcltlnir from the windows of the house7" "Yes, every day " 12x-JudRr Ilnnsom wanted Mr Moss to send Studer up lo l'ollie llendnuar ters nnd hnxe him make a complaint ngalnst the Mulberry street ward men, but Studer wan Lxcuscd ( lubber Shcrlilnn C'nllnl. Wnrd Man Ocorge T. Sheridan, of the Church street station, was then culled. Mr. OolT said that as Indictments were Lending against Sheridan for clubbing ,ynch. Smith and I)urc nt the pool room in the Meichants" Hotel In May lam, he would not question him In re gard to that offense He asked him, however. If he did not go up to Morris Park races recently, bherldan admitted It "Did ou meet Lynch there?" "No, sir " "Or Smith?" "No. sir. I hnd n day off ami went up there for pleasure " "Didn't you meet nny one jou knew there-"' "No, sir " Shirlilan denied thnt he hud gone over to Jersey City to see Lynch or any of the other men whom he was ncctised of clubbing and who lived In Jersey City. " As a matter of fact, Sheridan, dldn t you meet Lynch nnd Smith at Morris Park and follow them up to see that they were not served with subpoenas by this Committee " No, sir I didn't know that the Lex ow Committee wonted them " "You'll swear that jou didn't know that those men were coming to town tohat day, and went with them to keep suhiKiena-servera away from them?" " 1 will " "Didn't vou stnnd un In the barroom nt Morris Park and say so? ' "No. sir." ' I'hat Is nil" sild Mr. OolT J ne next witness was cnaries A. eeck. who hid ben on the police force for twentv-twn jears felnce ltS2 he h.id ben on the utenmboat scuad ' Isn't It a Rineral understanding among the police of the city thnt they must not reveal nnvthlng nbout the force, but keep quid"' nskeil Mr Ooff. "No, sir, I never henrd of It." LYNCH PULLED HIS GUN. Then llrad) nnd Ills Poker Friends "(lulrtly Took Srntn." The snloon of Patrick M. Brady, at 810 Klghth avenue, has been a thorn In Pollce-Cnptaln Haughey's side for a long time Brady has been frequently ar rested for excise violation, but It has only hail the effect of making him more cautious Capt HniiRhey finally detailed Detec tive Lynch to watch the plan. He made several efforts to get Into Iiradj's place after hours this morning, but the chain was on the door nnd he wnsn't master of the mystic rap for en trance Finally, nbout 2 A. M he saw a linker approach the side door Ljncli crept up behind him The baker rnpptd four times, nnd ns the chain wns carefully unhitched Lnch Rave the astonished baker a hard shove that landed both the biiktr and Brady In a heap on the lloor. Then the detective Jumped Into the place Hurrv lug to a renr room, where he heard the chink ot money and the rattle of poker chips, he found himself unex pectedly present at a full-fledged poker game The nine plnvers sprung to their feet and grabbed ill the money In sight except a .Si-cent piece Then they tried to escape Ljmli wnsn't prepared for this kind of lutslneHK, but be took In the situation at once nnd "pulled his gun " "lie piatt d aixnln, Rintlemen, please," snld the iiollte detective, "and ktudlv re main seated until I give you further Instructions " He wns obevod Then he sent the ns tonlshed baker to the policeman on post to till him to call the reserve When the reserves arrived Brady nnd the following men from the poker game, all eighth avenue railway conductors, were taken to the West Fortv-Bevcnth street statlon-hnuse, where they gave their names ns Harry Fox, Id llenolds, John J. O'Brien Patrick Clnncy, John 1 Hgun, James Ilellly, lames O'Hara, Patrick Cummlngs and Jnmes Hoberts In Yorkvllle Court Brady wns held for trial for keeping n gnmhllng house and for excise violation. In $300 and $100 re spectively. Benolds and O'Hara, In whose bands Lynch saw cards, were fined $.1 apiece The others were discharged JENNIE EUSTACE DIVORCED. Her llnsbund, Lr Griiiul White, Una Nlncr Mnrrlril Miss llninninrlier. The fact has Just been maae public that Jennie A. Eustace, the actress, who has been with A. M. Palmer a company for several years has secured a divorce from Le Grand White, the theatrical munager. The divorce was secured June 2 from Justice Kumscv, In Bath, N. Y. White was formerly the husband of Minnie Maddern, from whom he was divorced Miss Hustnce had not lived with her husband for almost two enrs A few duvs nftei the secured her decree While was married In Jersey City to Miss Alice Hnmmacher. a member of tho "Private Se-retan company. Miss Fuatnce, since the tragla death of Miss Urmikvn, hus nild the parts formerly taken b the latter. Drummers Ma; Skip This Tovrn. (I)y AiRoctatel Preii J CINCINNATI June II Lut Mondiy Trlnce Fmanuel Shorn, of Cinrtnrutt at flnd In Aih Unit Ky , for soliciting ordcri for ooJi for & Cincinnati Arm without llrent an vai put In Jill for reluilnn to ry tho Una iMIcrday Ju Tatt, ot th Lnlteii Statea Court irantat a writ of habeaa rrrpui for Mioru on the ground that hla Imprisonment uaa a violation of the Interalate Commerce las The case la being heard on Ita merlta In Invlnyton to da sa tw . Mil) Sell Liiiik IhIiiiiiI (!(' Safes. I.ONO ISLAND riTY I, I June !1 Sheriff ' Nrvn la ait tit In iioaaesalon ff the alx hla; I aafis In City Treaaurer Illrrtisenn a nfflre The Sh-ril nam today that It the Julsmenl la not actlled In a da or to he sill adirrtlae the aafea for rale lo aatlafy It Are You 'Nerve-Tired IHi you flD'l tt lrapotitble to berotn inter ctted lti our work or n -.nvthliif !, la-. joMibU to tltep, impo'i.bl to tttjo) jour Jo3? If u, j-our ntrvoui vystem need buUdlotfUp, kni) the work muit bitlo t cu . for tbo tutikuencci of delijr tuftjr be diuitroui Btfcfiu toajr to ttk HOOD'S Sarsaparilla And before a week irct by yoq will feel differently, louwlll haie a joo-1 ai.petlle lou carina don atnUbtand ileepanl you ill ri in tLt iiiorulna- relreaLe L Vou win feel ILedulDic a Kcojdai a work, louwlll bnumrtticcd that i Hood's 8arna Cures eVVfVsWsV Head's Pills can all Jlrer Ilia, aUk bead. aebs, todUtatioa, taUoatasas, Janndjt. i O'NEILL'S 6th Ave, 20th to 21st St. Misses' Infants' DEPT. (21) FI.((K). SPECIAL PRICES For Friday &Saturday. blisses' and Children's Wash Dresses in GinghainB, Dimity and Percale, 4 to 14 years, 75c. , llcgiilar Price 1.98 Mibhch' Suits of Duck, Fiquo and Fino GingeniiiH, in a variety of col ors, 8 to 10 years, 1.79 and 2.98- Formerly 4.30 to 8.50. Misses' and Children's Cloth Diesses and Roefor Jackets, fino, till wool matorial, soasonablo stylos and colors, 4 to 16 yo&rp, l.98and3.98- Regular value 5.9S to 10.98. Infants' short Dresses in Lawn and Cambric, trimmed with em broidery and tucks, Regular value q8c. Infanta' and Children's Shirred Caps, 19c. Jtvtliirrtl from G9r. H. O'LMEBLL&GO. Sixth Ate., 20lh to 21st St, MEINDELL SEEKSA DIVORCE. Cliururs Ilia Tivcntj-1 rr-Olil Wife iTlth luflilpllt). William Meindell, a fruit dealer of 61 Nassau street, Nu York City, haB be Kun an action for absolute divorce from his wife, Annie, In the City Court, Ilrookln Mrs Meindell lives at IK Johnson aenue, llrookln The matter came up before JiiiIrr Van 1 Vck this mornlnf, when I'ernando SnllnRer for the lilnlntlff, asked that Samuel T. Maddox be appointed fruardlan ad litem for the defendant. The request . was granted The complaint charges that Mrs Main dell is twenty yenrs old, that the Mcln- ' dells v.eru married on June 9 1SS0, and hae no children It Is alleged that Mrs Meindell has 11 ex.1 vslth one Morris Harris nt 111 Walton street, Hrookln, as hi wife Thus far Mrs. Meindell has made no defense. HE DIDN'T KNOW THE KING. How n Willi tVet Ontciiinn Snubbed nnlt. A queer Katherlntf of bright minds hit In by accident ot Uuffalo Hill's Wild West Show Inst night. They sat In a little log cabin of the Kentucky-Moon-shlne-Abraham-LlnroIn order, and dis cussed many topics James C Hoach, the actor-nliiyw right, "Matt" Snjder. Tred Yerden and Fred Hryton. Lew I'nrker Note Salslmry. Sir neglnall Theophllus I'rnuhart nnd Major John M. llurke comprised the party Mr Salisbury told itorles nbout the Kins; "f Saxony This celebrity nan a personal friend of Mr Snlsbury, and he wns especlallj anxlnui that he should receive good tnatment when he ls lted the show while abroad An Im ported gate-keeper from Now Jeev astonlhel the King when he presented himself for admittance with the ex clamation ' Si Sportlna, 1 come from Mosriulto iv, but ou don't see arty on me, neow-Hlo jou see-' ' Hut I am Mr Salsbur's iruest." ob serel the King pleasantly not ills closing hla Identltj Come off er ladder." chirped the Jerselti "I ,et that stiff eery hour ' 8rtlsbur' bad bien trvlnt to reach the scene as fast a hf could, ami when he arrlMil usherid In the King, and then learned what had transpired " I'mpl sail he to the Jerseilte ' "I'll promote ou this time, but don't do that again " No Neck head chlif of the Sioux Nation astonished tho'je present b sud denly appearing and with silent nnd lmprele dlcnlt) presenting the oc- cupant of the log cnbln Major John M llurke, with an original and ery rare land rdb Indian ple As neither un derstands the other s language, a sol emn silence marked a scene, close 1 by the filling of the plp with tobacco by llurke, who handed It lo No-Neck, Three whiffs followed and the hand some old chieftain departed as quietly as he had come. Arcuaril rolloy-Draler Held. Aodraw Pratah of U Knickcrborkar sraont, Drooaljrn. aa hU la ISM tall la tat Oatas Aitaua relic Court la-dagr sa sbwsa- st ruunlm a policy atoj. r riiTiiyrfY'irp'iiM O'NEILL'S 6th Ave., 20lli to 21st St. ARE OFFERINQ Extraordinary Values N FURNITURE. (311 FI.O OK.) I fiit-. - .. ' In ' " SPECIAL. White Enamelled Metal BEDS, Brass Knobs, 4.SU Re ulaily sold for 6.50. SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN MUSIC CAB1NENTS. A rare opportunity to Bocure a UBcful Article at HALF VALUE. One Lot in Oak anil Mahogany lleducud to O 00 I E 00 U AND 1 C7o Former Prices 16.50 nnft jo.oo. A1V40 Equally Good Values IN Higher Priced Cabinets, Parlor, Bedroom & Dining Suits, Tables 8c Book Cases. COMPLETE ASSORTMENT REED & RATTAN GOODS At Low Prices. Estimates Given for Furnishing Hotels, Cottages Clubs and Institutions. . Reupliolstering at Low Prices during summer months. No charge for packing or deliv ering purcluiHes within 100 miles of New York city. H. O'NEILL &CO.f Sixth Ave, 20th to 21st St. tnnrlrtrd Policy Writer ApiienU. Jtiatlca (layncr In trie Buprame Court llrook. Irn till ruc-rnlna; flxel the tall ot llarrla Blum an alWf-cl WltllamBnura: policy wrltfr, at I SI 000 renting appeal Ilium waa irnttucM recently tiy Tollce Juatlce Watvn to tour montha In Jail lie attempted to le releaaed on a rtt ot tiabeaa rorpua but Juatlce (la) nor dlamlaaetl the writ lliirri-n Inlnuil Oil rmiiimii) I.rnxfil. NEW AUK N J, June :i vice Chancellor Van ritet hae authorllet the leaalng ot tho property ot the Darren Jelanl Oil anJ fluano Company to the renaqull Oil Company ot Maine The Darren lalanl Company la In the handa ot a recehrr A Prisoner in Bed. Mrs. Mary A. Tupper has been released, at Wilton, Me., ' from the custody of extreme female weakness and nervous ness, which kept her a pris oner in oca, unable to walk, ( Pinkhairis VegetablcCom. pound icvA to the root of hei trouble, and Kave her the liberty of health, so that after taking two bottles she was able to go out of doors and surprise her husband and friends by her improvement. She says : "Women should beware of dizziness, sudden faintness, backache, extreme lassitude, and depression. They arc danger signals of female weakness, or some de rangement of the uterus or womb. Take Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and be thankful for your life as I am. It only costs a dol lar to try it. It will pay. BIG FRIDAY BARGAINS AT fflcPartland&O'Flalierty's 8th Ave., bet. 40th and 41st Sts. Ladies' Waists, Duck Suits Wrappers, Underwear and Wash Dress Goods. 10 ease. Good Dross Lawns, full width, fast colors, for )iA Friday, at fc2wi 800 Lndios' Wnlsts, n mixed lot, 100 different stylos, worth mq from 50c. to $1.60 ; your choico nt vwi 5 cafieH more Friday of our Famous Bulbritfjjan Shirts or Drawers, actual aluo 50c, not more than two netH npj to each peruon, each &vCi LADIES' WAISTS. WASH GOODS SALE. At I IMNK finnllN AT ATTIIACT1VI' 1,B0 P1'"" H"" t'AW NH.doubl. width .00 AM. FINE C.OOIIN AT ATT1IACTIV1. llUt qiNUiiaM 16a onta at .. .00 rillCKH. BCOTCliaiNailAMH, nwlvel Bilk fTect- .O'J 30DDii.i.Ai)iKS'pi:ncALK.BATPTN' . MOTION npPT OK I.AWN WaISTH. to choice lots, I- .O.H ! I IVIV ucr" I . worth Tftc.nritl W. i oar choico ' Paim Lf rn, (lanc.Ue). ado. ,0 AMOTIIKU IIA1K3A1N IN WAISTS. FOLDED I una, In DlacL, Tan or Iltd .09 CLYBM1C WATER, ouaru... in TIIIH 18 VK11Y SPECIAL- riJIK ("OII pn afnf f IKalllM wa-rtrn . IllllflJ LAWN, 1UK.NCII MAKt, t.hH A" 2!'" "18 " ATER . .18 actual value $1 io. at . .. J ,UJ BLTHBSUA ,fl BILK WAISTS, rmplro atylo, WOrthllQO "UFFALO LITJIIA WATKH. big Rlau QQ M.BO, at JliOO bottle" 0S nillle, Yoku Wiappor. nrth 81 8S t .hH KJ,Arp s lt00T BrER 13 Weaellltttt.. . . . J ,u" MEDITERRANEAN SEA SALT . .00 llaj Rum, per bottle .oil Florida Water uja LADIHS' WASH SUITS. UnHQPFHRNSQU. nuCICSUITHI! ltostylra. aootleii.l I t)C nUUOSrUBllllOllllBUi they uretbuhlt of the season. ; Iia.u ,!-. , , si:e ovn ii.40 duck ruith Theri Li".' SgffiSl can't beiluplkatitl at 8- Ml Tomakei l?T-ir WBtSjEXri' tUcaliiehettortlll e Rive n hand. I I Q Uta.rrUiDi g, i rCti I ww Li-Aiiihit himi'i'iMi had 1, 40 Kfi m1ji KTHirrVri Hlhi: Ullll tACHSUlT. Jim.ee I aJIUSI'i M"llJi FRENCH STORM RHK1E KUITH, lull-l nn $ttf&lfUMVx$!b (waxm&)!fa cotelaklrt and large sleevra Wr. aell la Mil ya: -7 JtMfrwinn iirry tblaaultniianad at. .)'u f a !' I 'rIJf TI'.MillU CI.OTII m.A.KR HIIITH IN j r, . '.1 V SCI.FCT STYLUS ANU 11I2VT (iOODS Sl" ' "!S 5saen: - VtKV CHEAT. ThL" DouMr- Oil Stnvc with remOTable I 00 bottom, tour 3Vi Inch wicks, at ... . lia.0 SpecialinSheetsS Pillow Gases , PILLOW C'ABEH. 41t30 Inch, each . .. ,07fc (g?BgJcgJ PILLOWCASES 43t 10 Inch.heavy.eacb. .12", jj' " """"jit f LX1RA SIZE PILL IW CA8LH rach, at ) fTr- - ''fj ID dDu .1 Thin Oris Stove, Double Nickel plated, . ilth 0 fiet best centred tllblnf, north I ID 7-4 SH LETS, S'fcianlilong . .3D 82.60, apcclal . III? 8.4 HIIFETfe, JVijardsloni; . . . .41 l.ODO Framed I'lcmrcs, all new subjects, 10 m... ,,u. neu'nr price 4HO. ; ior tbli wi ek at .. HA u.4iLia3a,,d,iM 4o UNDERWEAR, nrtMFQTIrC OUEATWlIl.il WEATHER II A1KJAINH. UUIVICI3 I IVO, OUllOAM)IKNMhhIIIRTS, asreat j-f Y.AsTe',bi.'UNnLEAcnn" .032 i-I-Tk:.. '.oo ,,',, "' " - LADIIV IINE fOIITIAN nillUED nr WHirF PILLOW CASE MfSI IN. piO Vl-STt, alllc llnlsh, SOc foM. Ior ..ZO 4-i In wide, special .. .lard ,U0a loOdoa. ME.N'h TLCkS and 101 It-IN- H-4 UMlI.rAi.IIFI UHI.iniNO, ic i HANDS Humme RoMa, lljht weight, f)c elnluy. "ei.lal . Yard .102 reeulurflOc. qualltj . . 0 HAD ii BIG LOAN IN SIGHT. Why St. Nioholas Bolstered the Madison Square. K-Cuslilrr (.iirilncr Tolls Sloro or tho Famous Collapse. The fourth luy of the suit of the Madi son Square Hank recelers acalnat Hugh J. Grant, receler of the 8t. Nicholas Hank, was resumed before Ileferee Will iam O Choate this mornlnrT William J. Gardner, ex-cashler of the St Nioholas Bank, spoken of yesterda by the plaintiff s counsel us an adverse witness, waa recalled to the chair, and his rigid cross-examination by Lawyer l'nurineer was continued Witness declared that notwithstanding the fact that ht had sent out a notice i to all the Clearing House banks to the effect that the St. Nicholas Hank would discontinue to clear for the Madison Square Hank on and after Aug 9, 1833, he had no Idea that the Mndlson Square Hank would close Its doors on that date. He admitted that the affairs of the two banks had bem the subject of dlscuBslon nt board meetings, the last time no later than bIx ilas before the suspension of the Matll'on Square Hank. No action was taken b the directors of the St. Nicholas with regard to ter minating the contract between the two House no' Ice Usuance ot ,ne Clearing li.'nb". omceTB nt " Madison Square wm,k eum!'anwhlle nsklng for time "'''' ,rhich, P-11 OK their loans, weren t they' ' Thlb11, es'", r,M ,ho witness. nJn.hl, A "'"".looking around for another Clearlng-House agent " The deposit of the Mndlson Square Hank ran below the $7)000 mark early In the month preceding the bank's fail ure Witiuis sild ihit the Madison Square otllcers wre called to account about this, and ninctor McDonald sub sequentlj told wltneis thit the Iwnk UH.OOO from l.idenburg, lhalman & Co, when the Mndlson Square Hank would la up Its Indebtedness to the St. Nich olas. Witness siw President Graes. of the St Nicholas, and Director McDonald, of the Mndlson Squnre hae the St. Nicholas Hank on the morning of Aug, . 1W3 He understood that they were going before the Lo-jn Committee of the Clenrlng-Housp Did not learn that da of the result of that meeting. Witness admitted thnt he had read of the Madison Square Hank's failure on the mornlnz ot Aug s, 1833 This was before reaching the bank He could 'not n call hiving talked with President lOraMS about the failure before the bank messengers left for the Clearing House ' I hid talked with a director of the Madison Square only a day or so before the failure. ' said the witness, "and was assured of the bank's solvency " ' Who gnc ou this assurance?" "Mr McDonall" "Humph! I thought so," said Lawyer Vntermcyer "When you sent out the Clearlng House notices ou knew the Madison Square otllclals hnd failed to secure loans from the Clearlng-House nnd from Ladenburg, Thnlman S. Co , didn't you?" "I was so told " "When did you prepare those notices?" "On Saturday, Aug 6 " "Then they were In course of prepara tion three days before they were sent out and four days before the bank closedr' "I gffess that's right." "What tlms on tho afternoon of Aug. , 1893, was It that the first Instalment of these notices went out.' "About 4 o'clock In the nftcrnoon." "Don't ou know tint President Can non, of the Chase National Hank, testi fied to having reccltd our notice before he went uptown to the Madison Square Hank'' "I heard him testlf to that effect " "With whom (111 oi talk at the bank concerning the affairs of the Mndlson Square Hank on the morning of Aug. 9, H33" "I recall having talked with Hill He asked me If we had sent out the notices." "Who is Hill?" "He was our receiving teller He's up In Sing Sing now " Witness recollected that the clearance HrrangemcntH between tho two banks hnd been made by Messrs Crjdtn and llliut for the Madison Square and President Gtaves nnd himself for the Ht, Nicholas The date wns Jan 9, 1831. Hejond this he said he could recall lit tle, but he thought he met President Co don a second time a day or two afterwards Here the referee ordered the witness to produce the minutes of the St. Nicho las Hank bearing on the question of the clearam e negotiations Pending the arrival of the minute book Witness Gardner recalled that Mr. Hlnut had asked him numerous nues tlons regarding the rules of the Cleat-llng-House He also recalled having answered some of Mr. Hlaut's ques tions and having handed to him a book of Clearlng-House rules and reso lutions "He asked particularly about the time allowed for clearances," added the wit ness, "and I explained the twenty-four-hour clearance rule " The minute book of the St. 'Nicholas Bank being produced. Lawyer Unter mever read from the minutes of the directors' meeting of Jan. 7, 1891, at which the question of becoming tho Madison Square Bank's Clearlng-House agent was first discussed. The min utes of the meeting of Jan. li. a week later, were also read I The minutes of this meeting estab lished the fact that the Madison Square Hank had paid over to tho St. Nicholas tho sum of $100 000 In bills receivable, and that the last-named bank would then act as the Madison Square .Bank's clearance agent. Then Lawver Untermeyer read from I the minutes of the Madison Square Bank, under date of Feb S, 1801, In effect that tho negotiations between the two banks had been confirmed, and that a record to that effect be spread upon the minutes. You rend "Tho Evenlnst World!" Do you rend the Sunday World? PUGH GOES TO MICHIGAN. Wanted lu Lnnstnar on a Charge of Foraterr. Vnlted States Commissioner Shields late yesterday afternoon held Frank K Pugh, of Lansing, Mich , In $1,500 bail to answer to a charge of forgery He was unable to furnish ball, and will be I taken to Michigan to-day by a Deputy United States Marshal. Pugh was Indicted by the Federal Grand Jury, of Michigan, April ii for forging the name of E Betncnt & Sons, of Lansing Mich , to a money-order Issued by Marlon C Butler, of Salem Centre, Inrt The crime was committed Dec H, 1692 IMgh had been In hiding In New York about a year and a half. For bilious headache and all other conditions resulting from constipation, go by the book on Beecham's pills. Book free, pills 25c. At drug stores, or write to B. F. Allen Co., 365 Canal st, New York. . $98,750 OP " li CHOICE CLOTHING V AT 40c. ON THE DOLLAR. fl The Unprecedented Opportunity of Purchasing Messrs. Hammerslough, Saks & Co.'s, 69G to 702 Broadway, Makoro of tho FlnoBt Clothing In tho Unltod Statos, H Entire Stock of Spring and Summer Clothing:, 9 Bought at 40c. on the Dollar, Enables Us to 1 Give the Public a Chance of a Lifetime. 1 Read the Prices: I Homespun Sack SuitSr-y rq Cutaway Frock Suits, " l Tweed Sack Suits, long and medium cut, r R( I Cheviot Sack Suits, Tweeds, Serges and II., H. Ot Co. mholernle price. 815.00 ClleVlOtS, I , . -TZ I "! H. ifcCo.'bolcBlo price- ..810.QT Blue and Black Serge , nnn -.. . I 3-button Cutaway n sn nffTQ 40 I Sack Suits V1 ou SDUn Scotch Cheviots, ) J Fine Clay Serges, J Sack Suits, J i "' oc to.'e wholesale price. .. 81S.00 ! II., H. 4: Co.'. price 810.23 " M i nnn nmn TDnnccne English Serge Coats and I 3,000 FINE TROUSERS, vests, blue and black, I SS.4S. $6.40 & $7.70 I Wholele coat 83, 80 and 87 , . ,T. f'.'W ! . it Co.'a coat . . i 311.50 S Cheviot Coats and n 95 Office Coats, 3,000 rn 1 Vests, blue, gray and ) uu Black Alpaca, Gray wjX I black Skeleton Coats, Mohairs, &c, JJJ II., (S. A: C'o.'n price 80.00 Wbolei.le price 81.00 and 81.75 I AT OOTII MTOIM.M. 9 3B3BHMjwy, filMGEME Rib & ns fultm st. I tmnm fYtyS CR S5Br. I Near .Nu.h. g g j,e WUte BROKERS OFF TO THE RACES. Stock Trading; Dnll, and Trice. Take a Drop, As the Suburban racing event always attracts a large number of brokers and speculators from Wall street, no sur prise was manttested at the dulness that prevailed at the Stock Exchange thli morning. The market opened firm and Erie adanced 3-4, to 12 3-4; Canada Southern 1-2, to DO 1-2, Louisville and Nashville 1-2, to 15 "1-8; Manhattan 1, to 117, Lead 3-8, to 39 3-4, and Union Pacific 3-8, to 11. Subsequently Chicago Gas dropped 1 3-8 to 77 3-4, and Denver and Ulo Urande preferred, 1 7-8 to 27. Everything e'.se sold off In sympathy. Sjgar declined 3-4 to 97 1-4; preferred, 1-2 to 90, nnd Whiskey, 5-8 to 23 1-4. The Quotation.. Opan Hljo Low Amer Tob 8C'i S7 SSI. Amer Sugar Ret W, 93 98H Amer Sugar Her pf 90 90 hi Atch , Top. A Santa Fe CS t C Canada utliern SOH tlO1 SO Central Pacific 11?, n, 111, , Chicago Caa sl ;g, 7;j, Chic, Cur & Qulncy 771, 774 77 Chic & Vorthnt 1035, ita, 10t, Chic , Mil ft ft P 60, 63 C) Del S. Hudson 13)1, jjji, 30i. Den . Itlo Grande pf 27, 27, 27 Dla Cattle Teed 21 Jj't jj General Klectrl" :b 35 i Itllnola Central 9i o, 901, Lake Shore i:j 133 U2(, Long I. land Traction 13, 15 i't Loula Naahvllto 4S( (5'4 5H Manhattan Conaol 113 117 116 Mlraourl Pacific 271 27 24", NaC Lead Co 39 13 33 Sat. Lead Co SI'i M4, U1 at Lin Oil IJ is is New ork Central ss 9S 9S .V 1 , L E &.r. 12S 12 12V4 Norfolk a w pf 20 20 20 Northern Pacific 3', 3T4 3 1 Northern Pacific pf 13-4 ijt$ jjt. North Amertoan 31, 31 3a ' Oitarlo Wen cm 1514 jjaj 13 J Phlla & Heading 151, mj 15 I Rich A W. Tt Ter 0, 101, 10 ' Itoine, Wat & Ogden. H0 110 1104 Southern Pacific i$is ibv ig ' Texaa Pacific 84 gi gi Tenn Coal & Iron 1914 19 1 Vnlon Pacific h h jqu V. B Cordage 23H 2H4 22?, U S Cordago guar 81', 61 trii IVataih pf 15 15 14vi 1 Weatern Union Tel s S 84 Wheel at U E ior, io 1074 A full account of Wall atreet affaire will be found In the t O Clock Edition of "The Erenlng World " BANKS WILLREPAY IT. The Columbia Carries f 2,230,OOO, Taken from the Sub-Treasury. The steamship Columbia, which sailed for Europe to-day, carried J2.250 000 gold, I shipped as follows; Lazard Freres, 1 11,000,000; Heldelbach, Ickelhelmcr & Co , 1750,000, and Baring, Magoun & Co , JCOO,- The Sub-Treasury supplied all theso 1 amounts, but it will be reimbursed by the banks, who nre willing to furnish a considerable sum for export Handy & Harmon shipped 26,500 ounces of silver on the Columbia. 1 Now that the Senate Is making rapid progress on the Tariff bill, bankers feci easier about the situation, as they firmly believe that, as soon as the ques tion of duties Is settled, business will revive and the Treasury will be able to replenish Its gold reserve. The steamship Havel, which arrived jesterday, brought 291,000 francs, con signed to Heldelbach, Ickelhelmer & Co. WHEAT AND COTTON. Quotations at (he Stock Ex chnnjge To-Dn), The wheat market started off to-day with a rise of about 1 cent, July selling here at 64 cents nnd 61 cents In Chicago. This rise was on very favorable mar ket news from abroad, which caused shorts to cover freely. Trading was mostly local A good deal of wheat chanced hands Corn was firmer on continued reports of dry weather In most parts of the corn belt, though reportB of rains at some points caused a reaction. Prices opened about one-half cent dearer, July selling here at 47 1-4 rents and 42 6-8 cents In Chicago. Oats were firm Cotton was steady, with prices keep ing close to yesterday's rinse, August selling early at 7.18 to 716; September, 719; October, 7 25, and November. 7 30. The weather at the South Is still favora ble for the growing cotton. Cotton KxclinnKc Clook Tied Up, The clock orer the main entrance to the Cotton Eichange was found to be handcuffed this znorn In. Come time since 4 o'clock yMterdar after Boon mtachlerou until bora climbed the Iron gate and tied the handa together vita win. A fockaalih noon, liberated tie) deck. 'n'itlk'fivflf'trr "' I lliilli'iiitwawaaarl'ril' ' "' aaaaaaaaaaa. a......,,, , ., H THREE ROADS TO COMBINE. I , I 1,1 Giant Consolidation of Southern iv Carriers Planned, JdJi, ?aVl Drcxcl, Morgan Co. Said to B fBjJ Directing the Scheme. flfl (Dy Aeaoclated Presa ) ill ATLANTA, June 21. There are Indlctv. U tlons that by Oct. 1 there will be a mam- t J moth consolidation of Southern railways, Bl the largest of the kind ever consum- ' 3 mated In the South. J The consolidation will comprise three ' great systems, with lines In eleven I Southern States Maryland, Virginia, N--' ' North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, . .. Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee and Kentucky. , The sale of the Richmond and Danville I cnntalnH the keynote, and Drcxel, Mor- I gon & Co ure the central figures. The I, B new company will comprise the Rich- I mand nnd I)anllle, the Eist Tennessee, I lrrlnla and Georgia and the Cincinnati botithetn sslemn The Chesapo-ike nnd Ohio road will I be eiy frlcndl to the oruanlzitlon Snniuel S'pcnccr, It Is ulilrmed, will be the President of the new system. At the ntllco of Dre-wl, Morgan &. Co. It waa said that the firm had no knowl- M edge of the proposcl deal. MR. MAIN IS IN NO HURRY. J The Third Trnck Will Aot ne Com- JM pleted llcfori- Xlli'.-WInter. 4 General Manager T. K. Haln, of tho OT Manhnttan Elevated, stated this morn- t rll Ing that the work of building a third VH track on the Ninth avenue road from H Ginsevoort street north, which Is per- 9 mlttcd by the decision of Justice Ingra- iH ham yesterday, will be commenced In H about ten days Mr. Haln added that It will hardly be completed before the middle of next Winter, as not many men will be kept nt work A track has alreadv been built from fl Twelfth to Twenty sixth street. ThU and other short pieces of track will ba connected and then the track from Gansevoort street north will be com- plete. fl The express train service will then be more extensive. Mr. Haln was asked If he could not push the work to completion within a few months, but he said there would be no particular effort made to do so. Has Archlhnld ItnRcre Sold OutT , II (Dy Aeaoclated Treaa ) LEBANON, Pa , June 21 It la atated that ll Archibald Itogera of New York. ho holda tho jl controlling Intereat In the Cornwall and Lebt- il non Railroad Company, baa aold out to Q Daw- 9 aon Coleman In thla event. It ia believed ths II road will paaa Into tho handa ot the Lack- 9M wanna Coal and Iron Company, fU BOY THREW A BRICK. I Ho lilt an Italian Fruit Vender, jH rrncturlnt; Ills Skull. M Charles Mott, a newsboy, fourteen VP years old, whose address Is unknown " H to the Brooklyn police, got Into a quar- H rel this morning with Maurlo Maranto, H an Italian fruit vender, of 131 Smith HI street. The boy attacked him. It Is Hj said, and the Italian, after a short iB chase, captured his tormentor and gave gS him a whipping. Then, It Is alleged. .V the boy picked up a brick and hurled Jj 1 It at Maranlo. The missile Btruck him JM i In the head, causing a fracture of the g4 skull JaTvB The boy turned and fled, an'l has not M B yet been captured. B&ga Maranlo was taken to the Long Island B IS College Hospital, where It was said his Mbil wound was serious Wel Mott Is described as of medium build, 4sK"fI light complexion, red hair; wore light hw '19 knickerbockers and dark Jacket. jm IV a. He 15 She Struck Him with a Plate. iD 4 NEWARK. N J , June 11 Oeorge Nell, UtfiU collector for t furniture houae of thla city, no- fllVjcaf cuaed Amelia Ollroore, a colored woman. In the Tm R Eaat Orange Police Court to-day of taatult 1 lri Nelll aald that he went to the woman houM naViiT to collect a bill when ehe atrurk him with K mtyl plate Juatlce Elliott adjourned the rtae sVl When Daby was sick, we gave her CaitorU, 'I Tfl J When she was a Child, she cried for Cutoris, f A) T When she became UIu, she clung to Caatorta, la f w C m,m.),.i,.aei,i if-trTnth--nPtitoili Y', l( r t i i ) r ' -4jU ,t-t If