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WESTCHESTER COUNTY.
PEEKSKILL.
The firm of Duncan & Marey, which for two years
has conducted Worrall Hail Military Academy, will
be dissolved after the commencement on Thursday.
Major C. M. Duncan retires. Professor William N.
Marcy will continue the school under the same
name and _plan. Major Duncan will spend the
summer at Boneport, lowa, and next fall will either
teach or taka a school.
TV.<> Hannibal Literary Society has been organ
ized with these officers: President; the Rev. Henry
Lymus; vJce-presiileiu. Henry Mosbler; recording
secretary. I£lm Delia Hutchlnson: corresponding
secretary. Alfred Robinson, and treasurer. James
Scott. Meetings will be held on the first and third
ilondays in each month In <Md Fellows' Hall.
WHITE PLAINS.
Justice Martin J. Keogh. of the Supreme Court,
iTJis signed an order directing the village assessors
of Hastings-on-the-Hudson to correct tho personal
assessment of Mi Claiinda H. Kirkham, by re
ducing it from $50,000 to - 2.000.
Two weddings of Interest are to take place in
White Plains this month. Tho first will be that
of M!fc? Pearl Loraine Kigcrton. the daughter of
Mr. etiJ Mr.«. Albert D. Kdgerton , of Barker-aye..
aril Francis .I--- Sohmer. of Brooklyn, which
will taka place at the Presbyterian Church, on
Thursday of r.f-xt week. The other marriage will
be that of Ulss Laura T. Travis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Stephen T. Travis, an.l Frank H. V«r
planck, eon or David Verplanck. The date has not
yet boen announced.
WARDEN JOHNSON MAY RESIGX.
RUMOR THAT HE WILL ENTER RACE FOR
SHERIFF OF WESTCHESTER COITNTT.
There is a rumor that Addlson Johnson, "Warden
of Sing Sing Prison, is about to resign to enter
the race for Sheriff of Westchester County. The
Sheriff's office is worth about 130,000 a year for
a term of three years, while the place of Warden
pays about $3,500 a year.
Mr. Johnson was Sheriff for three years, but
retired In 1898. Wiliam V. Molloy is the present
Sheriff, and his term expires this year.
Henry C. Henderson, a well known Republican
leader of the county, said to a Tribune reporter
that he di not believe Warden Johnson in
tended to resign. He thought that the report was
probably being circulated by the Burns wing, in
order to Injure the chances of Samuel C. Miller, of
White Plains, and Postmaster James S. Merritt, of
Port Chester, who are out for the nomination for
Sheriff. The Burns wing leaders are said to desire
the nomination of George C. Menzles, of Tarry
town.
HA WA !!A V /. 4 HOR PROBLEM
PROPOSITION' TO IMPORT MEN FROM PORTO RICO
TO WORK ON SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Honolulu. May " r *. via San Francisco. June 5 (Spe
cial) — Hawaiian pupar planters will hold a conven
tion here on June 4 to make arrangements for the
labor supply under the rew territorial laws. Th«
prospect of legislation barring out the Japanese
and troubles with the Japanese laborers have led
the leading planters to cast about for pome substi
tute laboring class. One plan will be to Import
laborers from Porto Rico. As this island Is now
part of the I*nited Slates there will be no bar to
free importation of its people to Hawaii. It is
argued that they are used to sugar culture, and
that as they have suffered from the recent hurri-
CRne they will be quick to take advantage of the
opportunity to get regular work at good wages.
Every one except the planters Is opposed to im
porting Porto EUcans, as it is argued they would
Increase the race problem, as only the lowest class
would come.
All the arrangements have been made for trans
ferring the various Government departments to
American control. What worries many wholesale
merchants Is the tax that will be placed on the
large quantity of American liquor in Hawaiian
bonded warehouses. The question is whether this
■will be treated by the Treasury Department as for
eign merchandise with a duty of fl 50 a gallon, or
as American merchandise, internal revenue tax un
paid, withdrawable on payment of $1 10 a gallon.
it Is estimated from Washington that the higher
duty will be exacted.
TONNAGE OF THE CANALS.
Albany. June 5.— A comparative statement of the
tonnage of the canals from the opening of the
tame to June 1 -with the tonnage for 1599 for the
fame period shows a total of 466.441 for 1899 and
451,1«5 for l*v>, a gain of 14,742.
PORTRAIT OF JAMES LENOX.
A portrait of the late W*mes Lenox, founder of
the I^nox Library, afcd- for many years a member
of the Chamber of Commerce, has Just been added
to the Chamber's large gallery of prominent New-
York, The portrait, which was painted by
Daniel Huntlngton. Is the pift of several of Mr
L*-riL>x's friends.
TROLLEY EXTEXSIOXZ IX OPERATIOX.
Trcllty cars on the extension of the Port Chester
Street Railway began running yesterday between
the villages of Rye and Harrison, on Long Island
Sound. At Harrison the> road connects with the
line of tho Larchmoiit Horse Railroad Company,
which is now bein« completed to New-Rocnelle
The two lines are said to be controlled by the Kew
ilhv^n Railroad Company.
The fouer.elon of the Tarrytown, %Vhlte Plains*
sxd Mamaroneck Railway to the Larchmont vil
lage line was also put in operation yesterday
These lines, as proposed two years ago. were to po
ever the finest highways of VCestchester County.
but owing to the fight made against them by the
residents nearly all of them hiive been placed on
back roads where they do not interfere with driv-
Icg or with the operations of automobiles or bi
cycles.
WOMAX CHARGED WITII BURGLARY.
Patrolmen Clark and Conklin, while on duty at
Thlrd-ave. and Blxth-sL. Mount Vernon, early
yesterday morning, taw a light burning in the
hotel of Michael Tierney and some one moving
about. Supposing that burglars were at work
the policemen forced an entrance. The intruder
proved to be Mrs. Ague* ICurrihead. The woman
had a large pitcher of liquor and was about to
take it away.
„ The police have learned that she is an inebriate
and that after retiring on Monday night she arose
and. eluding her husband and children, made her
?Vt y v lhe , hotel - whicn she entered by climbing
tnroufrh a !.a.-. -in. r.t window
Wh.-:: Ehe was arraigned' In court yesterday
morning Judge Schatz adjourned the case.
FEW PROTESTS AGAINST ASSESSMENTS.
Protests against assessments were heard in Tax
rytown and North Tarrytown yesterday. About
forty-five protests were made in Tarrytown. The
Unitarian School asked to have its assessment of
fh^^hiV C n from the roll on the round thai
the school was a religious institution. No protests
ur fnMfi ly th «- G uM and kefeller families
or John IJrisben AValker.
Aren't you just a bit tired of
serge and" flannel ?
ha; about a cool looking
Ay woven cheviot, with the
back out— that is lining back.
'-lined we call them/
ts of that kind here, all sorts
Ltterns and colors. $2>, $ 2 S
and $30 buys our best. Less
expensive ones for the less ex
pensively inclined.
The gentleman overheard in
quiring about a straw hat. a pair
of low shoes and a negligee shirt,
will learn something to his ad
vantage here.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
I?* Broadway, cor. Warren.
and 7 and 9 Warren St.
tea Broadway, cor. Trine*. We fill <,r<l.- .
1260 Broadway. ear. 32d. "> mill
*nd 54 V. e«t Si ■ * "ami l.
sbSlUbbbbbb^^bbbbK^^*^^^^ wMB**Q WPffiß J^Sm^B^r «33^^Ss
gg*oWH w*£*m \ w^wFi-\2M ■Uulv AfTw I^XSCSn *QMRB
Strongest, purest, most economical
and healthful of all leavening agents.
There are many imitation baking powders sold
at a low price. They are made from alum,
a corrosive acid which is poisonous in food.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
HOME XEWS.
PROMINENT ArRRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
ASTOR— Kenneth Belmont. of New-Orleans:
Father D. O'Meaia, of Cincinnati. BARTHOLDI
— H. S. Searles. of Rochester. FIFTH AVENUE—
President M. H. Drake, of the First National Bank
of Corning- GILSKY— Mr?. Alexander Graham
Pell, of Washington; Henry Lloyd, of Selma, Ala.:
Max Strellllzt. of St. Petersburg. Russia, GRAND
— Buell Heminway, of Watertown, Conn.: Captain
Henry Holland. of Osrdensburgr. HERALD
SQI'ARE— Dr. W. C. Wilde, of Danbury. Conn.
HOFFMAN— John A. Stephens, of Albany; George
E. Green, ex-Mayor of Binehamton: T. M. P.
Mainetty, of Smyrna, Turkey. HOLLAND—Lin
coIn Bryant, of Boston; "William S. Hutchhigon,
of Providence: E. Villers Palmer, of London. IM
PERIAL—Thomas F. Hopkins, of Philadelphia;
Judge Carl Whlttaker. of Saug-ertles; Colonel
Daniel Frnsier. of Washington: Rafael Joseffy, the
pianist. r.f Tarrytown; B. Frank Crawford, of
L<?xingrtnn, Ky. MANHATTAN— The Rev. G. B.
Blunt, of Providence; H. j. Flsk, of Montreal
MARLBOROI T GH-Dr. H. H. Stone, of Oneida.
MI'RRAV HILIj— Dr. John E. Bailey, of Middle
town. Conn. NKTHKRLAND-E. P. Ripley, of
Chicago, president of the Atchlson, Topeka' and
Santa Fe Railway: Mayor Conrad B. Diehl. of
Buffalo. NORMANDIE— K. Hamagnchi, M. Ta
mura and H. P. Ishida, of Tokio. Japan. PLAZA
— J. A. Rumnll, of Springfield. Mass.: General
Charles Miller, of Franklin. Perm. SAVOY—Pon
6cnby Ogle, of London. WALDORF— John Fritz,
of South Bethlehem. Perm.; Judge Lynde Harrl-
Eon. of New-Haven; William F. Hogg, of Worces
ter. Mass. ; .1. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska, ex-
Secretary of Agriculture; I ir. J. O. White of
Philadelphia.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
New- York University commencement exe.reises,
4 r>. m.
Columbia University commencement exercises.
Cornell University Medical College commence
ment. Carnegie Hall, 7 45 p. m.
Board of Education meeting. 8 p. m.
John H Starin's excursion for soldiers and sail
ors to Forest View Park
Brooklyn Jockey Club races, 2:30 p. m.
Music in Mulberry Bend Park. 8 p.m.
NEW-YORK CITY.
The Chamber of Commerce will hold, its meeting
for June to-morrow at 13:30 p. m. in. its rooms, at
No. 32 Nassau-st. Action will be taken on some
proposed amendments to the bylaws of. the Cham
ber at the meeting.
The commencement of the New- York Institution
for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb will be
held on June. 12 at 3 p. m. The baccalaureate ser
mon will be preached in the chapel on June 10 at
3 p. m. by the Rev. L. H. Schwab.
Owing to the change of time in the sailing of
the Astoria from Saturday to Tuesday of next
week the Rev. Dr. Mackay will preach again next
Sunday In the Fifth Avenue Collegiate Church be
fore taking his summer vacation.
The Rev. Dr. John Balcom Shaw, pastor of the
M est End Presbyterian Church, has Just returned
from an extended visit to Syria and Palestine and
will speak about his trip at the meeting of the
Woman's Board of Foreign Missions at the Pres
byterian Building this morning.
Postmaster Van Con announces that the malls
from Sydney. New South Wales, which arrived at
San Francisco on the steamer Mariposa and were
quarantined, are due in New-York on Friday
morning. '
The weekly meeting of the Executive Committee
of the Manhattan Hallway Company was held
yesterday. Only routine business was transacted
Traffic on the various lines is so heavy. it 8 said
at the company's offices, that no attention has
been given to the summer schedule, which usually
goes Into effect about this time. «»u«t«y
The £ ce Y rk Christian Homo for Intemperate
Men. at Madfao^ave. and Eighty-slxth-st will
celebrate its twenty-third anniversary to-morrow
*111 make aJdrepse,, and the work of the last
year will be reviewed by the Rev. G. S. Av'rv t Z
res dent manager. A reception, with refreshment.
ZnT^aS^r^^^'^^-
THE DECLINE IX STEEL .4 \7> IRON PRICES
Pittsburg. j un 5.-"The Chronicle-Telegra D h"
say., to-day that a general drop In prices of i£.
semer and foundry iron has taken Mace this week
an. that at a meeting of the Bessemer Furnace
Association, to be held In Cleveland on Saturday i,
Is stated on trustworthy authority .. c price f < r
the rest of the year will bo fixed at CO valley
furnace, and that this rate will b'a positively main
tained. As the prices on Iron and steel products
are founded on the rates for Bessemer i '<- iron ft
says a reduction in all lines of finished products
may be expected. Bessemer steel bill I aro Belling
at 128 a ton this week, a drop of 17 since the opening
of the year.
POSTAL REDUCES CAPITA 1,.
'■ J ■' ■- ' a.. rtifl< ate of reduction of the
capita: stock of the Postal Telegraph-Cable Com
pany from SUM>,OGO to COO.OOO was llk-d with the
Secretary of State to-day. The amount of capital
paid in is fi.ooo.&x). The debts and liabilities
are less than 15,00
FIRE RAOINQ IX CALUMET AXD BECLA.
Chicago. June 5.--A dispatch to "The Chronicle"
from Houghton. Mich., says that the temperature
of the burniiiK shaft of the Calumet and Hecla
mine shows little variation and the fire is evidently
raging unchecked under ground. Gas escapes in
large volumes through numerous cracks in the
earth, and a large force of men and teams is con
stantly employed in covering the vents with dirt.
Workmen are frequently overcome by the gu*. ani
••-■ a party Of eight men narrowly escaped asphyxia
tion, it being necessary to take all of th*-m*t., i
hospital.
IXrORPORATEI) AT TRENTON.
Trenton, N. J, June fi — The following companies
W'-re Incorporated here to-day:
The Storey Motor and Machine Company capital
$3,500,000, to manufacture electric and pneumatic
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6, 1900.
machinery. Corporators: R. A. Jenks, James H.
Young, Rudolph Neuman. all of Jersey City.
The General Typeing Machine Company, capital
$1,000,000, to manufacture typing machines for
printing. Corporators: Frank Wood, E. O. Veal
end Samuel Tuekermaii, all of East Orange.
GAB COMPAXT'S ELECTION UPHELD.
A MOTION TO DECLARE THE OONSOLTPATED'a
ACTION YOU} JS DENIED.
Charles C. Bull, a stockholder In the Consolidated
Gas Company, through his counsel. Colonel E. C.
James, applied to Justice Smyth. In the Supreme
Court yesterday, for an order declaring the elec
tion of officers of the corporation held on January
22 last null and void and their office and those
of tha directors vacant. Counsel asked that the
Court order a new election to be managed by in
spectors appointed by the Court.
Mr. Lamb, a stockholder, holding proxies for six
teen shareholders, protested against the manner
In which the directors had conducted the pro
ceedings.
Although no other officers had been nominated
the clique In control, after the adjci:rnment. cast
ballots for persons who werft subsequently declared
elected.
Alfred B. Thach^r, of counsel for the company,
maintained that the proceedings at the election
of officers had been legal, and that Lamb made no
objection to anything except to a recess being
taken. He might have protracted his remarks
until 1 o'clock had passed, and then contended
that the election was illegal because It had not
been held within the hour prescribed by law. Mr.
Thacher said the chairman had GO per cent of
the stock in his control, and 70 per cent was
cast for the Board of Directors elected.
JusUl,ij Smyth decided that the election of officers
aril directors was regularly held and denied the
motfon.
JOI.IET STEEL COMPANY DISSOLVED.
PRACTICALLY OUT OF EXISTENCE FOR ELEVEN
YEARS-ILLINOIS STEEL. COMPANY
CONTROLLED IT.
Chicago, June 5. — A certificate of dissolution of
partnership in the Joliet Steel Company was filed
with the Clerk of Cook County to-day. The instru
ment states that the debts of the corporation have
been discharged and the assets divided. The cer
tificate also states that the decision to dissolve the
corporation was reached at the stockholders' meet-
Ing held M^y 31. Secretary Green signed the cer
tificate, which is attested by President Sim of the
Steel Company.
The Joliet Steel Company owned several large
mills at Joliet, 111., and was controlled by the Illi
nois Steel Company. The dissolving of the old con
cern Is merely a legal formality.
Secretary Green made the following statement:
The Joliet Steel Company was purchased by the
Illinois Steel Company in 18S3, and practically has
been out of existence ever since. When the trans
fer of the plant was made there were a few assets
which were not taken by the purchaser, and the
company has simply maintained Its formal organ
ization to look fifier the*e small interests. All have
b<--en disposed of, and the r- solution recently adopt
ed by the stockholders, resulting in tht> filing of
the certificate to-day, marked the formal dissolu
tion of the concern.
REPORTED CUT IX PRICES.
AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE COMPANY SAID TO
HAVE DECIDED TO REDUCE STEEL
BILLETS $2 A TON.
It was reported yesterday that the directors of
the American Steel and Wire. Company hiul de
cided upon a cut of $2 a ton in the prl"e of steel
billets and No 1 foundry iron. It wns iil.-n said
that a number «f other Important steel an>i iron
Interests hti<l agreed to make a. similar reduction.
This if true — but nobody could he found to verify
th© report— means a reduction from $*> to i'-S a
t..'n in steel billets and h reduction of from 522 to
$2!> in the price of pig Iron. 1 isit there Is some
warrant fr.r the statement that tho American Steel
and Wire Company is making pr. paratlons to
manufacture its own raw materials was admitted
vi the office "f the company. An official of the
company is quoted as saying: "To manufacture
our own material will put us out of reach of the
dangers that follow a declining market. With a
< -iinplete. plant we will h. ahk- materially to re
duc< prices and yet make a reaso; ible profit. We
hope to make steel for ?2 4 ;! ii i: .iri . iif,4 ir>in for
$16. This :.• Jl below prevailing prices
CLAIMS AGAINST J. LORILLARD ALLOWED.
The hearing In the bankruptcy case of Jacob
Lorillard, which was scheduled to takr place jres
t( rday, wan adjourned until June 2»>. The referee.
Nathaniel Prentlss, of No. 130 Broad* ly. who was
to have heard the petition, rule.l that two claims
>• Peter Lorill ltd 1 and Benry I. I
''.ng to several hundred thousand dollars, b*
allowed. Objections wer< made, and an a T T.-!n(.t
will \<f made •>> bring the case I efore Judge Brown,
to the 1 nited States Circuli »'uurt. who will bo
ask •; to app tint a trustee.
AT WORK ON THE ACCOUNTS.
Further profcr^s was reported yesterday by the
assignee, Mr. Curtis, in tho settlement of Price,
McCormick & Co. 'a affairs. No statement or sched
ule will be given out for several duya, pn.bably
Dot until the end of the week.
A statement giving the assets and liabilities of
Seymour. Johnson & Co. will !><j given out to-day
by the assignee, Mr. Hayes, who expects to liqui
date the firm's affairs within the next fortnight.
THE OXLT MEMBER OF THE FIRM.
It developed yesterday that E. F. Kaynor was
the Bole and only member of the firm of E. F.
Raynor & Co. Nt the time of its suspension on
Monday. George \V tfcOawn, who had be. n Mr
Raynor's partner, withdrew on April 20. when the
firm was dissolved. Mr. Raynors lawyers said
yesterday that the creditors were bhowing a dispo
sition to treat him with the greatest fnlrnet»B. and
that with the collection of certain n.oneys due him
Mr. Raynor would have no trouble in meeting his
obligations.
Announcements.
E. & W. All pure white linen. E. & W.
A cool shirt for warm weather.
Neglect of the hair brings baldness. Use
Parker's Hair Baisum and save your hair.
Greve's Ointment makes a healthy skin. 00c
Woolen Dress Goods.
Sheer, silk-ancl-wool Veilings,—
pastel pinks, blue, heliotrope and
beige.
(iauzo Cr^pen, — pale and me
dium shades.
Fine silk-ami-wool Grenadines,
— 4S inches wide, — novelty fabrics
and Voiles, — various weights and
weaves,
95 cents per yard;
Valnr $I.SO to *4.00.
All-wool French (iiallics,—suit
able for wrappers, negligees and
saeques,
25 cents per yard;
Formerly 35 cents.
James McCreery & Co.,
Twenty-third Street.
Fans.
White lace and spangled gauze
Fans, — suitable for ♦'commence
ment" or general summer dress,
$1.00 each.
Vienese "poster" Fans,— latest de
signs and colors,
25 cents each.
Japanese pocket Fans,
15 cents each.
Bridal or wedding gift Fans, made
of real laces,— with tortoise shell,
pearl or carved bone sticks.
James McCreery & Co.,
Twenty-third Street.
1^ pLINT'SpNEpURNITURE
USEFUL WEDDING GIFTS.
The good old fashion of pivinjr them has been
revived, because it is an English custom, and
to-day an artistic piece of furniture takes the
place of costly .and breakable bric-a-brac. A
Louis XVI. chair, in gold with satin brocade
seat, $13.00, an. artistic Sheraton table, mahog
any Inlaid at $10.50, or a French desk, mahog
any inlaid, $15.00." '
No one wants a gift except from a friend, and
the fashion happily supplants the very sense
less custom of the general giving of presents,
which lacked all sentiment; but to find the
right thing within the limit set, you must
"BUY'OFTME MAKER**
Geo. G.Flint Go.
-43. 45 and"47 WEST 23? ST.
NEAR BROADWAY.
factory: 154-jAnd 156 west I9?STRCtT 4
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MIN'IATI-RB ALMANAC.
Sunrise 4:29! Sunset 7:25! Moon sets a m 0:31 1 Moon's aye 8
HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Sandy Hook l:3»IGov. Island 2:lllHelI Gat* 4:00
P.M.— Hook 2:43'Gov. Island 3:15; Hell Gate 5:04
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Veisel. From. Line.
Gardenia Gibraltar. May 21
Vlmeira Gibraltar. May 21
Ohio Hull. May la Wilson
Seminole Jacksonville. June 2 Clyde
Oceanic Liverpool, May 30 White Star
Aller Gibraltar, May 2H X >; IJoyd
Lahn Hremen, May 28 X Q I 'yd
Exeter City Swansea. May 23 Bristol City
Alllanca Colon, May 30 Panama R R
.El Sud New-Orleans. June 1 Morgan
Flaxman £t Lucia. May 30.... Lamport <£ Holt
Caribbee St Thomas, June 1 Quebec
THURSDAY. JUNE 7.
Palatla Hamburg. May 27 Ham-Am
Wemeth Falls Swansea. May 24
Pocassft Gibraltar, May 2.1 Mediterranean
■Hnct-r' Gibraltar, May 23 ,Amer .< Af
Handel St. Lucia. May 31 .*. Booth
FRIDAY. JUNE 8.
Columbia Cherbourg, June 1 Hamb-Am
Bedouin Gibraltar. May 24
Newton St Lucia, June 1 Lamport & Holt
Astoria Glasgow. May 2.S Anchor
OUTGO IX G STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. For. Line. Mails close. Vessel sails.
St. Paul, Southampton, American 7:00 am 1":I1O a ra
Majestic Liverpool White Star fl^'arr. 12:00 m
Nooi Hand Antwerp. [: '' Star 10:30 a m 12:00 m
Patria, Naples, Hamb-Am
Seneca, Tam^lco, N V & Cu.>a l:COpm 3:00 p m
THURSDAY, JUNE 7.
Barbaiosra, Bremen. N G Lloyd 12:00 m
Caracas, Ban Juan, Kid D 11:00 am l:0Opm
Niagara. N;'ssau, N V & Cuba l:«H)pm B:tK)i>m
Pretoria. Bermuda. Quebec 8:00 am 10:(X>am
I*. Itr-tasr..\ Havre, French 6:30 am li>:i») a m
Kaiser Frlfxirloh, Hamburg;, Hamb-A. 6:30 am in <»> i m
Yucatan, Havana. N V & Cuba l:'«pm ,t:«ki r m
Gregory. North Rrnzil. Booth 0:00 am B:4oam
El Mar. Now-Orl*ans. Morgan 3:00 p m
FRIDAY. JUNE 9.
Themis. Inagtia. Mutual l:C»>pm 3:00 pm
Rio Grande. Brunswick. Mallory 3:00 pm
ZHIPriSG SEWS.
PORT OF NEW- YORK. TUESDAY, JINR 5. 1000.
ARRIVED.
United States transport Crook, Walcott, San Juan May
2!) and Santiago June 1. with US* cabin and 30 discharged
and furloughed soldiers and civilian employes to Unlte.l
State* Quartermaster's Department. Arrived at the Uar
at 0:43 \> m.
Steamer El Uruz (Br>. Williams. Ijon.Ton May 16. In
ballast 10 I'hlllp Kuprecht. Arrived at the Bar at 3:oO
a m.
Steamer Hlspanla <Ocr). Yon Leuenfiels, Stettin May
16. Hamburg in and Halifax June 8. with md»» and UK)
steerage [■.ir»f^g«rii to the Hamburg-American Line. Ar
rived at th« bar at !•:-»•'■ a m. ■ :•*-.
Sieamer Koentirln L.uUe (Ger). Volfter. Bremen May 28
and Cherbourg 27. with mdcc. 104) cabin and 1.27« ate«r
age [>aucniera to Oelrichs & Co. Arrived at the Bar at
2 pm.
Steamer Frlesland (Belg). Nickels. Antwerp May 26.
with mdse. 128 cabin and U34 eteeraKC passengers to the
Internallunal Navigation Co. Arrived at th* Bar at 2:45
a m.
Steamer Ailer (Ger). Wllhelml. Genoa May 24. Naples
25 and Gibraltar 2S. with m.!-- end passengers to Oelrlchs
& Co. Southeast of Fire Island at 6.20 p m.
Steamer Roralma (Br), MuKicah. Demerara May 19.
Barbadoes 22, Hi Lucia "5. Martinique and DomlnlVa 2i)
and St Kltts 30, wllh mdoe and is cabin passengers to A
E OuturbrldK-' * Co. Arrived at the Bar at 10 a m.
Steamer Alllanca. Skilllng, Colon May 30 and Fortune
Island June 2. with mdse and 27 cabin pansengers to
Panama It It Ss Line. Arrived at the Bar at 0:23 ■ m.
Bandy Hook. NJ. June 3, t»:30 p — Wind southwest,
fresh breeze; clear.
SAILED.
Steamers Taurlo CBt). for Liverpool: Kaiser Wilts el in
der Oroaao (Ottr), llremtn, via Cherbourg -ajid South
<unjrUu. Orcclas Prlno* (Br). Montevideo, etc; Ella*
CNeilFs
Fine Trimmed Millinery
AT HALF VALUE!
We will offer beginning to-day and throughout this week an ex
ceptionally line line of Women s and Misses' Hats at Half their Value.
They are not shopworn Hats that have been in stock all season, but the
newest and best shapes tastefully trimmed and appropriate for wea
with light Summer Dresses. We also offer in our UNTRIMMEC
HAT DEPARTMENT
A Fine Line of Elegantly Trimmed Sailor Hats
Also many new and exclusive styles in
Golf and Cycling Hats at Remarkably Low Prices.
The Great Sale of Unirimmed Hats
Still Continues !
Fine French Chip Hats, a ma
best quality and newest shapes, A fi fC <=>irh
worth 1.50, now on sale at W« cucn.
Also excellent value in Fine French Roses and Rose Sprays
at 75c, 98c, 1.25 and 1.48.
We have without doubt the largest and finest line of FLOWERS, FEATHERS*
and MILLINERY TRtMMINOS in the City of New York.
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st Street.
©^H €9 "^1 '(S £k
Bl^^Bi %W P» uSi wv
TO-DAY, "WE!3DaNrE;iSi3Ji.^Br
Another Great Sale of
White Lawn Shirtwaists!
We place on sale this morning the entire stock ot ons ot the foremost makers ol
White Shirtwaists in this country at Less than
Half the Regular Prices!
These waists are all of this season's make. New. Fresh Garments, p j r:ect in every way.
and at the prices quoted are
The Greatest Shirtwaist Bargains Ever Offered!
LOT NO. I—White1 — White Lawn Shirtwaists, some with insertion, others with small plaits,
all have the New French Back, Laundered Collar and Cuffs. A±f\s^
Regular Price 1.25 ( OVC. each
LOT NO. — Waists of White Lawn, front of Insertion and Clusters of Small Plaits.
French Back, has Two Rows of insertion and Three of Small Plaits, also Lawn
Waists with Two Rows of Insertion down Front, and finished with Hemstitching
and Rows of Small Plaits, New French Back of four clusters of f\ Q~
three Plaits each, Regular Value 2.25 VOC» each
LOT NO. — White Lawn Waists with Fronts of Six Rows of Insertion. New French
Back with Sixteen Rows of Small Plaits, Laundered Collar and Cuffs. f —
Regular Value 3. 0S I . Lo
A Large Stock of Women's Separate Skirts at Equally Attractive
» I* rices.
SIXTH AVENUE, 20th TO 21st STREET.
Broadway and 11th Street.
SALE.
COTTON GOODS.
Imported, fine quality Zephyrs,
Piques, Madras, "French Shirt
ings," Bedford Cords, and silk
and-cotton Novelty Fabrics.
New colors and complete range
of stripes ami figured designs,
25 cents per yard.
j
Fancy Linen Materials, Canvas,
Hessian Burlap, Khaki, Flaxine
Duck, and fine embroidered Lin
ens.
Black, white and new shades of
blue, tan or red.
Those fabric* Include suitable materials
j fur VetttlnKS. Sl»lrt», Outing and Yacbtlns
Gutvnit or Miirt-HiiUn.
JAMES McCREERY & CO.,
Broadway and 11th St.
r n qucH a.
pTZGeUr*
16! BROADWAY
; 688 BROADWAY.
72.? SIXTH AVENI
Marie (Qer). Flushinc: BelKTavla (Ger). HamLurg. via
Cherbourg: Alamo. Colon, and Cataluna (Span), Oidlz.
Barcelona and Genoa.
THE MOVEMENTS OK STEAMERS.
FOBEIGX r«'KTS.
Liverpool. Juno s—Arrived.5 — Arrived. »teamers Ivernla O!r), Mo-
Kay New-York; Manchester (Ur^. O<jlJ»».>rthy
! New-York.
London. June B Arrived, ettamer Minneapolis <Br>.
! Layland. New-York.
Plymouth. June 5. 12:10 p m— *allt»l. steamer Patricia
I (Ger). L*lthauß«r. from Hamburg tor New- York.
Lizard. June 5. 1 1 - I> ' 1. iv — P«— »rt. neamer t^oalo i(i»r'
Mlrow. N«w-York for Ch*rbjure.. Southampton and
Bremen.
Prawle Print. June 6— Passed, steamer British Queen
; (Br». O'H»Ken. New-York for Antwerp.
Copenhagen. June 6— Arrived, steamer Thomas Ander
son ißr). Reavley. New-York.
: >'■ ;"-nhatien. June I— Nailed. *t«amer Kentucky <l>an>.
Caroc. New-York.
Rotterdam. June — Arrived, steamer Exc«lstor iGer).
Mueller. New-York.
St I.ucln. June I— Sailed, steamer S.wt,,a (Br>. Davtea
i (from Santo*). New-York.
Gibraltar. June S — Passed, steamer Karaznanla IBr).
■ Johnston. Naples fir New- York.
G\.mu3cmcms.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC ~~ " 14:h-»t. & IrvtE* Pi!
SOUVENIRS Friday Evening.
&S£ i WOMAN & WINE
Prices -5. 50. 7.".. l.u>. Mats. To-tlay & Sat.. 2. Eve.. s:li
LAST 10 Mt.ll 1 »< Goo 4 F.rs<-rve.! Seats, We.
CASINO! The Casino Girl! ***•*—.
HOOK CAIIDKX SAT. XGT.wltb SUMMER 3OIRSESS
!♦ ; ;— ♦ liii. WOULD IN WAX.
I fc.I»Iv.V i New Groups To-<iay.
1 MISIZK. I The Wonderful CINEMATOGRAPH.
I ♦ ♦ Hear th« Neapolitan Orchestra.
: garrick~ »^»^ ;; ivh st. & *•
j unnniurv. evgs. a. mat Saturday.
j mm. GILLETTE *£$&. Sherlock Holmes
I n - 3 CRITERION theatre., "&• Isssl
JAMES X • I Vats. T.v,!ay i Saturday 2:15.
j HACKETT I the pride OF JENNICO.
GRAND OPEXINO.
I*lO\ PALACE KOOK <:.\ROE.\
VXD MUSIC HALL,
110 th St. in,i \V. IVv.ir-!.
Vaudeville evory ev»nin«. 7:30.
Matinee performance Wed. & Sat 2SO.
FRKE HAND CONCERTS EVERT AFTERNOON.
mm m ■ jji7 fo\ 1«• 11 1 tii !• t
sit 2 il $Tl i^ l •'" »vu x'lV'r-s 'r i Vl'ViVn is
j Elhl 191 W JOHN MVSI)>.
■ >lc\v«> A: May. Tlir .lii^uliux •* "l> won*.
, Morion. Will, A l.ort-110. llo».iril A UlanJ.
I KOSTER I K2S i ROOF GARDEN"
&RIAI 'C ! *■»*•> »*. * n-wnv niG
Ot DIHL, O j VAUIKTV 811.1.. Gen, q.lui. SUo.
Morning and Afternoon Concerts
1 «nd charming sail i>n the majestic Hudson. See L>a» LiD»
advs.. McMBbOM an.l cxc. column*.
MURRAY HILI ' THEATRE, 4-M St * L*x. At.
l.'lUilll.M 1 >tnlln«»«» 1 i ,.,. ) Dnv. _.-,..
I.Ast WEEK OK THE SEASO.\— CASTE.
Til l: M (U( U THEATRE. Every Ev. i Mats. Wev!.* Sat.
YORK QUO VADIS " A^^
irwl""£h»« : Kff.s. CHERRY BLOSSOM GROVE
PASTOR'S OOVriMOIs SHOW.
PAT ANT> SIOHT. 12.3T* TIM. 11 P. M.
Williams & Tucker. Margaret Kish & Warren.
j ST. NICHOLAS GARI>EN. ««th St. .* Col. \ * «.
Kui B^rJH'aK^ Concert*- 30 Musician*.
I\£t3. 1 l«riU*miU Ever, Ev*. Aim. 30c
TO-MORROW. GRAND * AON Kit PROGRAMME.
' Hamm«r«teln'a > DnnCT PADnP.M *- M Sl - * lI#W»T
VICTORIA. ' KUUh y*
Vlu IUKI A. 1 i n -n+j. of rtln . ivrf. in Muaie lUlt
he gnrf.
BROOKLYN JOCKEY CLUB RACES
Six Karri To-day ;i I -:.:>> I*. M.
Train* via Lon« blinl U. It. leave '.: 34th it. V T .
: lit I.' 10 1 ■■• t.«rli>r rursi. 1:1«\ I :."» r>. m.
LEAVE PARK HOW. N. V.. via Uronklvn !:r..!«» •»
sth ay. H'klyn L" every 1' minutes. Ktpma stoppl«
nr City Hall. n*thii»h ay. an.t ;»th >t. «tation» only. ' _
. •■: in-'. May 31— Sailed, steamer Vlncer-s> ilui). ■ ***
■ Nt» York. _ ,_,
Port Sail June Arrive!, steamer Quito ißr). B*l™.
'• New-Yi»rk for H ntMi .
Melbourne. June 5— Arrived previously, steamer AW
.' worth (Ur>. Henderson. New- York, via St Vincent. C^_
IVrnambu.'o. June 3 — Arrived. »teiin»er i.Y>lerii!»« * I **
i Brown. New- York for Rto Janeiro. _ . *
Rio Janeiro. June 3— Sailed, steamer BuSon (Br). OB".
New-York. o««-
S&i>t.«. Jun« 3 — Sailed, steamer Maskelyne iB«l<). M " r
! ■ell. N«w-York. .__.
Tory Island. June o—l'aaaad,0 — I'aaaad, steamer Anchors* I" I
I Wilson. New- York tor i'ila.>iio».

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