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WESTCHESTER COUNTY.
MOUNT VERNON.
The High School commencement exercises are to
be held next Tuesday evening. In the Flfth-ave.
school building, and the closing exercises of the
grammar schools will be held on :!.<• Thursday
evening foiiuwing. at •he uiu place. ' President
Wood said yesterday that the Board of Educa
tion would next year open a commercial echool, to
be conducted on the name linos as the '-'if? com
mercial »chooli» !n New-York and Poughkeepsle.
It will be established In the Flfth-ave. building, and
el! pen of the school age v.-ho desire to attend
may d 3 to free of charge.
Charles H. Steckt-r, lor nine years In charge of
the city department o* the '"Mount Vernon Dally
Argus." bas severed hia connection with that paper.
Mr. and Mrs. Blacker will Fr^nd the summer at
Bushy Point, near New -London, Conn., where they
own a number of cottages.
The new Common Council held its first meeting
last evening. The only appointment announced by
Mayor Fiske was that of Charles H. Heinsohn, for
Fire Commissioner. The Mayor's annual message
•was read.
The Andrews private school at Mount Vernon
Monday evening' had Its commencement at Will
er": Hall, which 'he parents of the pupils and
friends of the school filled until there was no more
Ftandlng room. Miss Estelle Andrews, the prin
cipal, made an address and presented the diplo
mas to five graduates. An entertaining feature of
the evening; was a recital from Dtckens*s "David
Copperfield," by Livingston Harbour, who inter
preted the characters of David Copperfield, Uriah
Hwp. Wilklns Micawber. Little Emily. Agnes and
i few others.
NEW-ROCHELL.E.
The New-York Telephone. Telegraph and Cable
Company, which recently' acquired control of the
Independent telephone lines in Westchester County,
has given a contract to A. S. Deveaugh, of New-
York, to rebuild and rfpalr the entire system at a
cost of about fXjUOd. The company will also build
exchanges in Yonkers. White Plains and a number
of other places where It has franchises, and ex
pects to have IS miles of wire in operation in the
county by December 1.
Charles H. Clark, the phrenologist who was
charged with abducting Rosa Fickens, was dis
charged yesterday.
Th.- engagement Is announced of J. Marshall
Ferley, of the Bank of New-Rochelle, and Miss
Alice O. Hubbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
UubbeU.
PORT CHESTER.
At an entertainment of the Summerfield Meth
odist Episcopal Church last night a copper box
welch was taken from beneath the cornerstone
of the edifice now being torn down to make room
for a new building was opened and the contents
exhibited. The box was deposited beneath the
cornerstone in IK7. and when opened last night
'was found to contain the names of the officers and
members of the church at that time, a number of
religious papers. Including a copy of "The New-
York Observer." a.nd some coins of the date of 1857.
One peculiar coin was a "California token," such
as was used by the gold miners in 1543.
YONKERS.
Testamentary letters have been Issued on the
estate of Cynthia J. Sands, who leaves an estate
of 130.000. to be distributed among twelve nieces
and nephews.
The marriage of Harry ganders Tarbell. of
Yonkers, and Miss Maud Ella Thome, of Philadel
phia, will take place to-day, at the home of the
pride's parents.
PEEKSKILIx
Cornelius A. Pugsley. president of the "West
chester County National Bank, left hero yesterday
for Philadelphia to attend the Republican National
Convention.
Miss Annie V. Fox. of West One-hundred-and
twenty-seventh-st., N^w-York, i.-> spending the
■week with her sister, Mrs. Edmund Haincs, of this
village.
Frederick F. Sherman, son of John D. Sherman,
of Peekskill. will bo married to-day at Montgom
ery, Ala. The bride will be Miss Eloiso Le Grande,
of that city. Robert G. Welsh will bo best man.
Mies Madge Cbilton. tho bride's cousin, will be the
maid of honor.
WHITE PLAINS.
E. L. Gifford, the general manager of a well
known Boston manufacturing concern, has pur
chased the John W. Young it Sons property for
550,000.
Tho Mtrtz Reed Band, of Port Chester, will give
a series of eight open air concerts on the lawn
fronting the county courthouse. Tho expense will
be met by public subscription.
Sheriff William V. Molloy is confined to his bed
in i >.- Elberon by a bad attack of lumbago. His
physician has advised a trip to Hot Springs.
Kra.nk L. l J ark will soon sail for Europe.
HOME NEWS.
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
ALBEJIARLE— Major Gcorgo M. Dunn, V. S. A.
ASTOR — Postmaster John B. Alexander, of
Oswejro. BUCKINGHAM— Dr. H. W. Ring, of
New-Haven. FIFTH AVENUE— C. H. Vilas.
of Milwaukee, and Frank Washburn, of Chicago.
GlLSEY— Colonel W. a. Jone«. U. S. A. .-HOFF
MAX—ArnoId Hague, of Washington, and ex-
Mayor George E. Green of Blnghamton. IM
PERIAL— H. Hunter, of Syracuse; Charles E.
Baylibs, of Rochester; Judge A. C. Van Hagen, of
Minnesota; Judge E. P. Coyne, of Geneseo; Con
gressman J. W. VN'adeworth. of Geneseo. and Judge
W. E. HUdebrand, of Pittsburs. MANHATTAN—
Professor Francis G. Peabody, of Cambridge;
Paul T. Brady, of Syracuse; ex-Congressman John
Van VornLs, •■! Rochester, and General George D.
Ruggles. U. S. A. (retired). MURRAY HILL—
George H. Quincy, of Boston; Colonel D. S. Plume,
of YVaterbury, and Major P. F. Harvey, U. S. A.
PARK AVENUE— The Rev. Thomas Harrison, of
Boston. WALDORF— Sir John and Lady Holden,
of Birmingham. England; Admiral Philip Hich
born. Chief Constructor. U. S. N.; C. H. Holcomb,
of Syracuse, and John L. Bates, United States
Marine Corps.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
Halle murder trial before Justice Fursinan.
Meeting of fire insurance representatives.
Bheej>shead Bay races, 2:30 p. m.
Examination for West Point cadetship. Board of
Education. 1 p. if..
Special meeting of Brooklyn Presbytery, 8 p. m.
Hebrew Technical Institute commencement.
Cooper Union, £> p. m.
Rapid Transit Commissioner:}' meeting. 3 p. m.
NEW-YORK CITY.
The commence:: .^s of tho Baered Heart
Academy tor Boys. Joi naent, of Manhat
tan Collt-?^. wi,: • -,• afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock In the American Theatre, Forty-sec
ond-st. and EU'l.t!
The Executive Cbountttee of the Manhattan Rail
way Company met yesterday, but transacted only
routine business. Further progress was reported la
the work of equipping the system with electrlo
motive power.
TLe grain tra.de members of the New-York Prod
uce Exchanp-e wore to meet yesterday to d'.sniss
Were making friends with
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proposed amendments to the grain rules. In the ab
sence of a quorum the meeting was postponed until
Friday afternoon.
OBITIARY.
DR. ERNEST J. RISCII.
Dr. Ernest J. Rlsch died at his home, No. 497
Third-st., Brooklyn, on Sunday, in his seventy
seventh year, after an illness of several months.
He was born In Goslan, Germany, and for years
was a practising surgeon in that country. He was
a veteran Of three German wars— Sehleswig-Hol
stein, Hanover and Denmark-Prussia— and after
coming to Brooklyn in ISTO was a successful prac
titioner in South Brooklyn. He leaves a widow,
t!:r.<.- sons, all physicians in this borough— Drs.
Henry, Otto and Eberhardt Risen; three daugh
ters—Mrs. Charles \Vitt<\ Mrs. Hugo Pawzer and
Miss Ernestine Risen— and six grandchildren. Tho
funeral was held at his home last evening, the
Rev. Frederick H. Bosch officiating.
LUIGI EPIFANI.
The funeral of Luigi Epifani, who died at his
home. No. 1,206 Fifth-aye., on Sunday, from stom
ach affection, at the age of seventy-three years,
occurred yesterday at the Church of St, Ignatius
Loyola, at Eighty-fourth-st. and Park-aye.
Luigi Epifar.i was born in Rome, and at one time
was a captain in the Roman army. He emigrated
to this country, going to Chicago, where ho became
the editor of an Italian newspaper. After remain
ing in Chicago a few years he came to this city,
and became lii musical critic and assistant editor
of "I/Eco d'ltalia." Ten years ago he retired.
In ISsj he married Miss Emma H. Morris, who
was a men. of the Bergen family, of Brooklyn.
Mr. Epifani and his wife went to Florence, Italy,
where they lived for four years. Mrs. Epifani
there became afflicted with progressive paralysis.
She was unable to be present at the funeral yester
day.
COLONEL JAMES M. M'CARTER,
Easton, Md., June 19 (Special). — Colonel James M.
McCarter, preacher, soldier and author, died yes
terday at his home, Kansas Farm, near Preston,
Caroline County, aged seventy-eight. He was
siricken with paralysis on Saturday and never
rallied. He- joined the Philadelphia Conference of
ilia Methodist Episcopal Church In li^S, whtn only
sixteen years old, being tho youngest circuit
preacher ever in that connection. In lbfil Gov
ernor Curtin appointed him chaplain in the 14th
Pennsylvania Volunteers. In September of that
year he raised a regiment of twelve hundred three
year men in Pennsylvania, and was appointed its
colonel by General Simon Cameron, then Secretary
of War. This regiment saw much service in some
of th- bloodiest battles of the war, and Colonel
McCarter was se\t ral times seriously wounded. He
took the field as a political speaker in the Lincoln
and Johnson Presidential campaign. Colonel Me-
Cart< r w&s an eloquent speaker and forcible writer.
He wrote for newspapers magazines, published
a number cf controversial pamphlets, and was the
author of several books.
WILLIAM H. T. HUGHES.
William H. T. Hughes, of this city, -who was
formerly a member of the steamship house of
James E. Ward & Co., now the New-York and
Cuba Mail Steamship Company, died on Monday in
Maine, where he had gone for his health with his
doctor. He was born in Buenos Ayres, South
America, flfty-three years ago, atui came to this
country at the. age of twenty-one. He was engaged
here in the South American trade until 1878, when
he became a member of tht) firm of James E. Ward
&. Co., the owners Of the Ward Line, plying be
tween this city and West Indian and Mexican ports.
In 1896 Mr. Hughes resigned and went into the ex
porting business on his own account. He was a
member Of thw Union League, New-York and Re
publican clubs. He leaves a widow and five
children.
MRS. ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE.
Dansville, N. V., June IS.— Mrs. Albert J. Bev
eridge. wife of United States Senator Beverldge, of
Indian;!, died at tho sanatorium here at 4 o'clock
this morning. Her husband, her father, George
J. Langsdaie, of Greencnstle, md.. and a sister
were w:th her when fhe died. Mr;; Beverldge had
been ill for a long time, and her death had been
expected for Beveral weeks. Heart failure is as
bigm-d as tho eauso of death.
BOARD OF E DUC ATI OX IX A DEADLOCK.
COMMISSION!:!^ CANNOT AGREE ON A DEPUTY
TREASURER— SALARY NOT FIXED.
A special meeting of tho Beard of Education was
held last night chiefly for the election of a deputy
treasurer, a new position created under the Davis
law. Mr. Moriarty, chairman of the Committee on
Supplies, nominated John Keleher. No other nom
ination was made.
Sixteen members of the Board were present, and
ten votes, a majority of all the- Board, were neces
sary for an election. Four ballots were taken, the
last standing six for Keleher and ten blank, and
as there was en apparent deadlock adjournment
was taken on motion of Mr. Davis. It was under
stood that all the Brooklyn members present re
futed to vote for Keleher.
A resolution was passed to the effect that Secre
tary Palmer be relieved from countersigning the
checks for the pay of teachers for tho months of
June and July. It was understood that this would
enable the teachers to get their pay on July 29. It
was done in view of vacation time.
There was an attempt to fix the salary of the
deputy treasurer at fS,2SO, with a bond of $50,000 but
a motion to this i Sect was lost.
Ju»t before adjournment there was a motion that
the election of a. deputy treasurer go over to tho
next regular meeting, but before this was acted
en the motion to adjourn was carried.
WANT FLORIDA'S CAPITAL CHAXGED.
FIVE CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR SEEKING
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION.
Jacksonville, Fla., June 19.— The State Democratic
Convention met at noon to-day, effected a tem
porary organization with State Senator Thomas M.
Palmer, of Tampa, as chairman, and adjourned
until Wednesday to give the Committee on Cre
dentials time to report.
There are five candidates in the race for the nomi
nation of Governor— Frederick T. Myers, of Leon
County; Dannette Mays, of Jefferson County; James
D. Beggs, of Orange County; William H. Milton, jr.,
of Jackson County, and Ju Ige William S. Jennings
of Hernando County, a first cousin of William J
Bryan.
One of the questions to come before the conven
tion is the removal of the seat of government at
Tallahassee to a mora centra] location, and c hot
fight Is expected on these lines.
STRIKING CIGARMAKERS ARRESTED.
Detectives of the Bast Slxty-seventh-st. station
were kept busy last evening protecting the non
union employes recently taken on by the cigar
manufacturing firm of Kerbs, Wertheim & Bchlffer
from the attacks of strikers.
Detectives Boyle and Collins had the work In
hand. They arrested Hermann Elovltch, fifty years
old, of No. 1,223 Second-aye., at Sev«nty-flrst-st. and
Avenue A.; Louisa Melborn, forty years old. and
her thirteen-year-old daughter, of No. 840 East Sev
enty-fourth-st.. and Anna Brudorf, twenty-two
years old. of No. 225 East Seventy-third-sL
The cigar firm has recently moved its place of
business to Avenue A and Slxty-elghth-st., and em
ployed a large force of non-union men. Captain
Brown, of the East Slxty-seventh-st. station, has
detailed a. number of. oSicers to protect the work-
BJMBfc.
HEW-XOBK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2O ! _Jtnoa
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW YORK.
TEN CENT FARE ILLEGAL.
POSSIBLE EFFECT OF JUSTICE DICKEY'S
DECISION.
EX-SENATOR M'KULTY WILL ASK THE
ATTORNEY-GENERAL TO BRING AC
TION TO ANNUL BROOKLYN
HEIGHTS CHARTER.
Justice Dickey declared yesterday in a decision
on the application for an order to restrain the
Brooklyn Heights Railroad Company from charp
iriK a 10 cent fare to Conej- Island that such a
fare was Illegal, but that a private citizen could
not act in such proceeding. Stephen D. Baldwin,
the counsel for ex-Senator P«*ter 11. McNulty, who
brought the suit, gave out a statement last night
in which ho said that his client had instructed him
to spare no expense in applying the remedy sug
gested by Justice Dickoy by petitioning the Attor
ney-General to bring an action to annul the charter
of the road.
"But while I hold that tho charge of a 10 cent
faro is unauthorized," says Justice Dickey, "I
must deny this motion for an order enjoining 1 and
restraining the defendant from charging the ex
cessive fare because the plaintiff cannot maintain
this action on behalf of tho whole people, where
the injury to him is in common with others. But
the law gives a remedy to all Injured by Section
I.TSS of the code, which provides for an action by
the Attorney-General of the State to annul tho
charter of any corporation which offends against
any provision of an act by or under which it was
created."
Justice Dickey says as the defendant company
was incorporated under the General Surface Rail
road act of ISS4 its very existence Is dependent upon
its obedience to the provisions of the act. Counsel
for the railroad declared that they operated their
cars to Coney Island over two routes, one of which
was in existence before- the passage of the rail
road act referred to. To this Justice Dickey an
swers:
The fact that some of tho leased lines were for
merly operated by others who had rights because
of the incorporation of tlu- companies, under a
different legislative act. does not permit this de
fendant, which Is governed by the street surface
railrnn.l act in -Its operations, to disregard tho
mandate of th<: act under which it was created
that it must not charge more than a five cent fare
on any and all roads operated by it from one point
to another within this city. Becaust, the other
road operated by its owners might do it. it does
not follow :that this defendant, operating it as a
leased road, may disregard the injunction of the
act which gave it l>iith. and which forbids it to
make a greater charge than five cents. The lease
was taken and tho road put in operation with full
knowledge of the amount of fare permitted, and
if tho burden was too great it should not have
been assumed. It is claimed that the Nassau road
received the consent of the city authorities to use
the streets of the city on the promise not to charge
rrore than a five cent fare.
After a consultation with McNulty
last night Mr. Baldwin said:
Tho Senator is still in the fight, and has no in
tention of weakening. He has instructed us to
follow the suggestion of Justire Dickey and to
pursue any action we see fit to restore the five
cent legal fare, even if it costs the company its
charter. Thf last thing he told me was to spare
ri. . expense in bringing about this result.
President Rossi ter of the Brooklyn Heights Rail
road was out of town last night, and his secre
tary, V. W. Wickes, refused to discuss the case.
FACULTY'S APPEAL ON HAZING.
COLUMBIA STUDENTS REQUESTED NOT TO
ANNOY SUB-FRESHMEN BETWEEN
EXAMINATIONS.
In the Interests of fair play nnd for the benefit
of candidates for admission, tho faculty of Colum
bia University yesterday maJo a strong protest
against the hazing of sub-freshmen in the interval
between morning 1 and afternoon examinations.
The faculty maintains that the annoying and
harassing of th<! freshmen in this period seriously
affect their chances for passing the afternoon ex
amination. The following notice was posted yes
terday In many places close to the gymnasium
•where tho sophomores were congregated:
To the Students: An attempt was ma.? ) yester
day to harass and annoy some of the candidates
for admission. Attention is called to the fact that
as a result of such attempts candidates have oc
casionally been prevented from obtaining tJic
necessary recreation and refreshment during the
Interval between the examinations In different Bub
jects. it has even happened that candidates have
failed at the examinations occurring In the latter
part of the day through fatigue or worry.
A little reflection mast make it plain that the
annoyance of candidates for admission during the
period of the entrance examinations, however Blight
It may be, is likely to be misunderstood by many
persons, and It cannot be believed that our students
would intentionally commit an act Injurious to the
candidates for admission and to the reputation
both of themselves and of the university.
THOMAS S. FISKE.
Chairman University Committee on Entrance Ex
aminations.
Tho sophomores, quick to sco the Justice of the
complaint, did no more hazing before the examina
tion. Professor Fiske said that he had received
letters saying that two students were unable to
take the geometry examination Monday afternoon
owing to the upsetting of their nerves. He asked
again, as on Monday, that the students wait till
the sub-freshmen ■>■.<•.-> matriculated be
fore harassing them. If. however. Professor Flake
said, the students felt that they must haze the
freshmen now, he asked that they would at least
wait until tho conclusion of the afternoon exam
inations.
l»rofessor Frederick Kern sen Hutton, dean of the
School of Applied Science, also made a short ad
drees. He asked the "sophs" if they did not think
It would be more manly and fairer to wait till
the men were or r the entrance examination* be
fore subjecting them to their llrst taste of student
discipline. He Inished by saying now that the
matter had been brought to their notice he felt
sure the students would cease harassing the '04
men at midday.
Previous to these remarks the sophomores had
been amusing themselves by having some of the
freshmen unload a wagon of brick that was con
signed to the university and putting them through
other pranks. They lot them go after the pro
fessors speeches.
At the end of the afternoon examination the
sophomores secured a dozen freshmen. They were
taken over to Broadway, where ground for the
new rapid transit tunnel ha* Just been broken.
Spades* were given them and they were compelled
to load a wagon with earth. They were then dis
missed.
Meanwhile a bunch of freshmen more spunky
than the majority of their classmates gathered
together and prepared to ru«h their foes. The
latter, however, were skilled in this sort of war
fare and turned their rush Into a rout and capt
ured about twenty fleeing 'Ot men. They made a
desperate resistance, and there were plenty of
smashed straw hats with festive ribbons drooping
sadly, and torn coats. There were no fisticuffs to
speak of; wrestling was the only mode of attack.
After fifteen minutes the freshmen had tho pleas
ure of hearing the battle declared a draw.
«
WHBSLMAX HURT IX A COLLISION.
Simon T. Hoven. thirty-five years old. of No. 1
Thlrd-et.. fx>nc Island City, while riding a bicycle
ran Into a cab last night at Broadway and FUty
elghth-st. A shaft of the cab struck htm in the
forehead Just over th« right eye. making an uk-V
wound that may destroy the eye. Bicycle Police
man N. W. Webb sent the man to Roosevelt Hos
pital.
BOTHERED BY JURY XOTICES.
Attaches of the various foreign consulates in this
city have been subjected to considerable annoyance
from time to time through the stupidity of some
person In the office cf the Commissioner of Jurors.
These persons, who, by reason of their employment
in a foreign consulate, are exempt from Jury duty,
are not even citizens hen 1 . Yet one of the attaches
is served every month with a summons to appear
before the Commissioner. Protests have been made,
but without result. Sefior Eugene Polo, secretary
of the Mexican consulate, was served with one of
thrse notices yesterday, the third time in the last
year. He went to the office of the Commissioner, in
the Stewart Building, and made a vigorous com
plaint against this annoyance. He was told that
he would not bo bothered again.
CAB CRASHES IXTO A CAR.
Passengers in a Flfty-ninth-st. crosstown elec
tric car were frightened at Fifth-aye. late yester
day afternoon, when a runaway horse attached
to a hansom cab crashed into tho rear platform.
The shafts went through the rear window, break
ing tho glass, and narrowly missed an aged
woman's head. Tho horse brokej from the cab and
continued down Fifth-aye.
Bicycle Policeman Nicholas W. Webb gave chase,
and, after several efforts to stop the animal, suc
ceeded in catching it in front of Miss Helen Gould's
house. Tho horse fell at that point. The driver
of tho cab. William Child, of No. 450 Kast Forty
nrst-st who had been thrown oft by the collision
with the car. came up and took tho horse. Daniel
Ryan employed as a •watchman at the Cornelius
Vanderbilt houso. made a bravo attempt to stop
the horee and was almost run over.
COLER 8 ANSWER IN COOK SUIT.
Delos McCurdy and Edmund Yard, attorneys for
Controller Coler. yesterday served upon J. Edward
Swanstrom, attorney for Henry R. M. Cook, an
answer to the suit for $50,000 damages which Mr.
Cook brought recently against tho Controller. Mr.
Cook is the auditor of the Board of Education, and
the Controller has declared in newspaper interviews
that Mr. Cook is incompetent to hold the office
and ought to be removed. Mr. Swanstrom said
yesterday after receiving the Controller's answer
to the suit:
The answer denies that Mr. Coler ever made any
statement* regarding Mr. Cook imputing incompe
tency on his part or.-anythtng like it This throws
the responsibility on the newspapers. We will ac
cept the denial, demand an early trial, put the
Controller on the stand, and if he persists in his
denial Mr. Cook will be driven to sue all the news
papers that publbsbed.,ihese statements.
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MINIATURE ALMANAC.
6unrise 4:2B! Sunset 7:841 Moon rises am [Moon's age 23
HIOB WATER.
A M -Sandy Hook 12:64 1G0v. Island I:2S|HeU Gate 3:10
P.M.— Sandy Hook I:4U.Gov. Island 2:lb Hell Gate 4:07
IXCOMIXG STEAMERS.
TO-PAT.
Vessel. From. Line.
Alleinania Hamburg, May 2." Ham Am
Barcelona Hamburg. June d • • ■— — -
Werra Gibraltar. June 11 N G Lloyd
El Rlr> New-Orleans, June 15 Morgan
Coman,cha Jacksonville. Juno IT Clyde
THURSDAY, JUNE 21.
Caale Bremen. June 12 X G Lloyd
Germanic Liverpool. June 13 White Star
N'acoocheo Savannah, June IS Savannah
FRIDAY. JUNE 22.
Lucanla Liverpool June 16 ....Cunard
Ftirat Bismarck Hamborg. June IS I lamb-Am
Graf Waldersee Hamburg. June 11 ....Hamb-Am
Powhatan Gibraltar, June & Mediterranean
Matanzas Havana, June 17 N' V & Cuba.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel For Line. Mails close. Vessel sails.
Teutonic Liverpool. Wlilte Star 9:00 a m 12:00 m
Boutlwarfc, Southampton, Red Star . . • *:00 a m 12:00 m
City of Wash'n, Havana, N V & Cuba 1:00 pm 3:00 pm
Neuairla, Marseilles, Kabre
\*i< Rio Janeiro, US* Krazll ll:0Oara 1:00pm
Handel. Bahia, Lamport & Holt 12:00 in 2:«k> p m
Antllla, Nassau, Bahamas 1:00 pm 3:ooi>m
THURSDAY, JUNE 21.
August* Victoria. Hambunr, Hamb-An. t):3i>am 10:00 am
La Champagne. Havre, French 6:30 a m 10:00 a m
Fried'h rter Grosse, Bremen, N G Lloyd 12:00 m
TrlnHlad. Bermuda, Quebec 8:00 am 10:00 am
Philadelphia, San Juan, Red D ll:0»am 1:00 pm
Orizaba. Havana, N V a Cuba 1:00pm 3:o<>pm
Saratoga, Nassau, N V At Cuba l^K)pm 8:00pm
El aionte, New-Orleans, Morgan 8:00pm
* FRIDAY, JUNE 22.
Arkadia, Porto Rico, X V &• P It 11:00 am 1:00pm
Com.inche. Charleston. Clyde :j»*>pm
Klo Gn.r:de. Brunswick, MaKory —— 3:00 pm
SUIPPIXG XFWS.
PORT OP NHW-TORK, TUIBDAT. JUNE 10. 1900.
v RRXVED.
Steamer Georgic (Br), Thompson, Liverpool June 8,
with tndse to the White Star Line. Arrlvel at the Bar
at 5:B0 a m.
Steamer nrooklyn City run. Klr.ff. Bristol May 31 and
Swansea June 2, with in. it-..- to James Arkell & Co. Ar
r'.v... at the tar at 13: SB pm.
Steamer Menomlnce (Br), Lucas, London June 8, with
mdse and *."> cabin paaatagen to the Atlantic Transport
Co. Arrived at the Bar at 3:40 a m.
Bteamer Grosser Kurfurst (Ger), Relmkasten, Bremen
June 10 and Cherbourg 11. with milse. 131 cabin and 800
rterratie passengers to Ue'.richs & Co. Arrived at the
Bar at 1 :38 p m.
Steamer westemlaod (Belg), Ktnne. Antwerp June 9.
with m.l-.>. 4tl cabin and 888 steerage paas«nßera to the
International Navigation Co. Arrived at the Bar at 8
p in.
Steamer Bordeaux (Fr), Blanqule, Havre Juno 2 and
Paulllao 7, with tndM to C'oinpaifnia General* Troxißat
tantique. Arrived at the Bar at 0:30 a m.
Bteamar Finance, Sukeforth, Colon June 12. with m<!»e
and 44 passengers to the Panama Railroad Ss Co. Ar
rived ut tliu Bar at 3 25 a in.
Steamer Bui kmlnsler (Or), Brown, I.UMa May 17.
Messina 22, Palermo 20 and Ut Michaels June 6, with
mtj-- to the Cuneo Fruit Co; vessel to Simpson, Bpntee
& Younir. Arrived at the Bar at fi:3o r> m
Steamer Knramnnla inr 1 , Johnston, Leghorn May 22,
Palermo 28, Naples 81 and Gibraltar Junu 5. with m«T»e
axil t&t htcerag- passenxera to Henderson Bros. Arrived
at the Bar at 1 :8o a m.
Steamer Maruculbo. H^pklna. Maracalbo June 10 and
Curacao 11. with md»>.» and 0 cabin passengers to Boul
ton. Bllsa & r>alletu Arrived at the Bar at 2:23 am.
Steamer Havana. Btevens, Havana. June 10. with mdse
and 111 cabin psu«on(seni to J li Ward & Co. Arrived at
the Bar at 11 » m.
Steamer Lau«nburK (Ger), Hi^rllnir. Havana. Cardenas,
etc. with mdso to V." I> Munson. Cast of Long Branch
at fl:10 p m.
Steamer Hudson, Po«t. New-Orleans June 13. with
mdFe and pas»enK«ni to X S Allen. J»in« IS off Alligator
Reef rasKe.l a bark Knowing H It F J. but no national flag-.
Steamer Onelda. Staples, Georgetown. 8 C. June 14 and
Wilmington. N C, 16. with mdM to William P Clyde A Co.
Steamer I.ampasaa. Barstow. Brunswick. Ga, June Is,
wtta mdse and passengers to C H MaUory A Co.
The excellence, style and wearing qualities of our shoes arc
recognized by everyone who has purchased them, and for summer
wear we desire to call special attention to the following:
Baby'r, Tan Goat, Button or Lace, size* 2 to 7, $1 . M.
Baby's Russia Calf, Button, sizes 2 to 7, $1-25.
Infants' Tan, Button or Lace— for first walking, sizes 4to 8, $1 .35.
Child's, Misies' and Boys' Tan Goat, Button or Lace, $2.00 to 53. 23.
Best Quality Russia Calf, Button or Lace, $2.25 to $3.75.
60-62 West 23d Street.
Remaining stock of Tailor-made Snits,— made of
Cheviot, Mohair, Venetian, Broadcloth and Taffetas
Silk. Greys, beiges, tans, black-and-white.
The white Mohair and Serge Gowns are recom
mended for yachting or "outing" wear.
$12.00, $18.00 and #25.00.
With the exception of a few $12 .OO modcla.-theae Gown, are UmmA
throuichoat with Silk.
Organdie Dresses, — trimmed with ribbon and lace.
New designs,— simply or elaborately trimmed.
James McCreery & Co,,
Twenty-third Street.
Jewelry Dep't.
Real Tortoise-Shell Hair Orna
ments.
Side Combs, — extra heavy, — 4
inches long,
75 cents per pair.
Quill top Side Combs,— s inches
long,
$1.35 per pair.
Extra heavy Chignon Combs,—
426 and 5 A inches long,
$1.00 and $1.50.
Crescent *♦ Barrettes,"— extra
heavy,
35 cents.
James McCreery & Co.,
Twenty-third Street.
£\.mnscmenia."
MANHATTAN BEACH
STy I FANCIULLI'S I **£■
71ST HKfiIJIEXT BAND.
Free Concerts In Viiditorium.
THE NEW PALM IIUOM.
Orchestra of -."• dnrlnir illninK hoars.
-„.„ I PAIN'S (.llr.Al' SPECTACLE.
j«n.' FUJIYAMA.
21. JJAPAX IX FLOWER A.YD FLXHE.
Cut I ily Arrangement with the
f 81 * j AnKUMtln Daly Estate
J "" e A RUNAWAY GIRL
23 I With JAMES T. POWERS and
orlglnnl fa»t.
ST. NICHOLAS GAKDE>. 661h 9t. & Col. Avo.
i/ • I TFMDnDU Summer Nijcht Concerts.
2\AL I CHDURn 50 Musicians. Every Ev.— soc.
To-night, Popular Procram. Soloist. Frana Kalienbom.
■ *fß|Bip||i£h LOCKHAUT'S ELEPHANTS.
H|sl IUS »rk<- A A.lnms. Al.lri.-h.
|\kl I II W HayM A Lyiton. iUun.
Hammerstelna RODP R A RPIPM Kvs - B:3 °- Case rain.
IPTnDIA nUUr UnnUCIl Perf. in Music Hall.
I UnlH. sr«t Sunday, Ist Pop. Trice Sun. Concert
Roster & BIAL'S -->
®VZ&?til?& i 2gA^. YEP goo-
THE VPVV VftPl^ B"way. 44th St. Brw at SlO.
Xiii fN fc,\V V UK rw Bargain Mats. Tc>-<lay & Sat.
THEATRE. Al in Roof Every Everlnic.
last c w aTVTo CHERRY BLOSSOM GROVE.
TIMES. V A I O Covered p'fm'nce. rain or shins
/-> i% c» I M/A • ft» owns nxt 8108 Seat Sale Tpirrw.
L/ A3I iNU I Lmt.l Engrnnt! All Star Cast:
SEABROOKE Sfc2^ ROUNDERS!
ROOF TO NOT! TED MARKS' SUMMER SOIREES!
■ rilflV t,TCESCM. s •••"!. Cool, camftbi* I Refreah'ts
LtNUA '-The iliKaa>\ " Seats tables ao I Smoking
A THK WOULD IX WAX.
ViiE\ 7 THU WUKl.il To-day.
■,•■",l.^ f :> t w Groups To-day.
mL'SEK I The Wonderful CINEMATOGRAPH,
jh.3^c. * Hear th» Neapolitan Orchestra.
Morning and Afternoon Concerts.
and charmlnK *atl on Ik* inaJejtJo Uudson. Sa* Day LJn«t
advs., steamboat and ere. columns.
PAsroirs CO X TI X I 6 HO W.
BEATS. •-•(•> ft 30 CEXTS. DAY AND NIGHT.
STINSON • MERTOS. JESS DANDY.
Steamer City of Au.»:u«ta, Dagjc*tt. Savannah June 10,
with mdse and passengers to the Ocean * Co.
Steamer Princess Anne. It.vi«. Norfolk r.nd Newport
News, with rac!*e and v* s pan to the Old Dominion
3 SanJy Hook, NJ. June 19, 0:30 p Wind southwest,
light breeze; clear.
SAIL£D.
Steamers Advan.-e. tot Colon; Rokeby CBr\ Manila.
etc Belvemon (Nor) Inngua. Me; Hamilton. Norfolk ajivT
Newport News; El Rio, New-Orleans; Algonquin, Charles
ton and Jacksonville; FhlluJelphlan (Brl. Uverpool: Cevte
(Br). Liverpool; KaUerln Maria Th«r«ala iCier), Uremen
via Cherbourg aad SoMthampton; lAckawanna <Br). Lon
don- Washington (Ger>. Flushing; Prim Frcdrtk liendrik
(Dutch), Haytl and Venezuelan ports; TulUihassee. Jra.va.-v
nah; Manna. llut!n. Baltimore.
THH MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Newport. June Arrive. 1. steamer Snowfiako ißr).
Hopwi . d New-York via London.
Uiow Head. June 19, rt:4l> P na Pa*B*4, steamer Ocearlo
(Br>. Cameron. New-York f,.r Liverpool.
Bcllly .lunn IP . Passed, steamers Michigan (Br"., Lave
rick New-York taw London; Lohn *G«r). Poh>. New-
York tor Cherbourg. Southampton and Bremen; r..«nlol»
iGer) Knxhllch. Hamburg and Boulogne for Nrw-York.
Lizard. June 18 Passed, steamer Mannliclm (Ger).
Ockelmann, from New-York.
Que«natown. June 11>. »:1T p m— Arrived. st-!«r.ier
Oceanic (Br), • wnti ■'•. New-York for Liverpool (and pn>
ceeded).
London. June 18 — Arrived, steamer Mesaba (Br), He-
Krove. New-York; railed, St— Uenesee (V.r). Bcv>tt.
New- York.
Bremen. June 10 Arrived, steamer Barbarous, (Ger).
Mentz. New-York via Southampton.
Hamburg. June 13 — Sailed, firamer Nlceto (Span). l*rl
barri. Cub»; lUlh. Hr!»r>lal»> (Or). FotherKlU. New- York.
Cromtadt. Jun» Arrived steamer Alexandra (Pan).
Bven<l»«.in. New-York via Copenhagrn.
Antwerp. June 17 — Arrived, lIWMW Noordland (B«lg).
Loesewlti. New-York.
Boulogne. June ID. 7 a mm — Arrlve<l. steamer Statcndam
(Dutch). Van der Z«e. New-York for Rotterdam (and pro
ceeded).
Boulogne. June IS. 8 p — Sailed, steamer I'hrenlcU
nlvri, FruehUch. from llumi urn for New-York.
LUbon. June 10 — Arrived, steamer I'enlnsular (Port).
Betteccourt, New- York via Fa>al.
Gibraltar. June 19 — I'aaa*<l. steamer Sirdar (Br). San-
JVrson. Calcutta for New-York.
Naples. Junu ]». 7 p m — Sailed, steamer Chrtatlanta
u.eri Schulke, New-York.
Ftume. June 13- ftellwl. steamer Paconlo (Br). Mills.
New-York.
Algiers. June 13— Sailed, steamer HendrUta (Dutch).
I^ndmann. (rum Ncnr-York ' for Sourabaya.
Itobe, Jen* 13-^Axrived. atcanMr Afct»»nli7n7t (Mn.
Children's
Summer Shoes.
Ladies' Suits.
]|jp pLINT^pNEpURNTIIJBB
Do Summer Rooms "Just Grow?"
Perhaps yours have never been quire sneeej»v
ful warm and uncomfortable or with furni
ture, walls and draperies strikittg >"<>mi:eting
color keys. Perhaps, like Topsy. they "jutt
growed."
Now you may pick from our rednced noveltiet
of enamelled and stained reed, etc., pict
uresquely cushioned in delightful color bar
monies, and our wall han.^ino's, draperits and
floor coverings.
It is the easiest thing possible to have rooms
delightfully cool and restful in tone, below evtui
factory prices, if you
"BUYOFTMe MAKER**
Geo. C.Flint Co,
43.45 amo 47 WEST 23? ST.
NEAR OROADWAY.
factory: 154an0 156 west I9?sn>cni
OFFICE OB* THB
CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY
OF NEW-YORK.
4 Irving Flace?^?T,
June ISth, lOCO.
On and after June 20th inst. the price of ga*
supplied by this Company, will be restored to
the legal rate of $1.05 per 1.000 cubic tttL
O. F. ZOLLIEOFT£B,
Secretary.
Broadway and 11th Street*
§oKasi§
THB nEST SHOE FOR WOMEN.
No other so thoroughly satis
factory.
A stylish, comfortable Boot «r
Low Shoo,
Perfect in shape and appear*
ance.
The 33 varieties represent cor
rect models for Golf, Cycling or
any Dress occasion, in various
Leathers, for all seasons and
climates.
Light or heavy weight.
Black or tan.
$3.50 per pair.
Sizes 1 to V. Widths VAV ta~a%
JAMES MeCREERY & CO,
Broadway and 11th St.
CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY CLUB.
Mirritiiirad M»> . Jane Meetlutr. UHKK
Jane »>. 21. •££. 23. US. 20. UT. Sis ■»• SO,
July -:. 2. *.
Six rac&» rach «iay at .' Jo V. 11. (rain or shiaaK
FOUIITII DAT. \VKI»>ESUAY, Jl\K JO. •»*•*
111 RUI.r 1 . HACK
AND H\K OltiKH HACKS.
Muat by L*nder.
THAI\S DIRECT TO TB UK.
Leave New York foot* East 34th St.. E. X.. via L. I. B. *•
at 11 A. M.. V- 10, 12:*O ll U0 l-arlor Car Traln>. l-**
1:40. 2:10. i:4O. 3:10. Boats leave fool Whitehall 3t -,A v .S
80th St.. South IVklyn Ferry) at 11 A. M.. 1- '«■ M.>;*
IS-.40. \A<O. l;2v\ I:4<>. . -. 2:20. 2:4 U. 3.«>0. From Bro«»
lyn [trio** (New York side). Bridge trains vU i*- 13 **
County and Urlshton Haach lvi also FUibush A»«w*
Surfaca Una via Brighton Beucfi Rv>aJ every 10 * U »!*:
From Btuulw«y. WUliamsbur*. ta*e Maxc>-Oc*aa -*"»
or tha Nostrand Ay«. via BrlKhton Beach Koaa. *-
Brooklyn cars trant-fer direct to track. s«Vfc
AIJMI>SIO\ TO KIEL.D STAND, 000.
Extra, accummcKlatloos rvtumlnK trom track.
Williamson. New-York vU St Michaels for 61ngapor«» J»
iniajifhal. Juna 12— Arrived previously. slea»«r »*•
(Nor>. Kosmusaen. New-York via S!n<mpore. tio. . -
Permtmbuu. June I«— Arrived, steamer Eastern nc»
<Ur). Jfcckman. N^-w-YorH. _ ti««*
Para. Juna I«»— S*il«J. • learner C«na4ict (Br). *****
New-York. -^
THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
PhlU.l«lphlu. Juna 19— Wheat He lower; f°J*|?
grade. Jujw.- TSHfylwHc. Corn nrm. So 2 '« !xtd -, iJIJ?ii Jl J?i
♦SV^fcMSHe. Oat» tirm. Jeman.i fair; N > 2 whita >-" l ;' > XT ;
30c. Butter firm, £ood demand: Wastfrn creamery. ••>"*•;•
fancy prints. "Aic. fc^ss nrm. *<x*l demand: -.a ■•* {I
13V. do Western. lJ'i <i> . r\»-s;ern. i^-^jT
Southern. 13c Cheaa* flrra. ReceJpt*— Flour. XjW> W**
TSO.ikjO rack*; wbutt. l,0O» buah; corn. I**- 00 *! MB
IS.Ua>. SUlgmeata Corn. 57.000 txttig M.U. «■<»*
OTP<
161 BROADWAM
i 688 BROADWAY.
723 SIXTH AV*T>IOE.
£tK taxi.

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