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••SOWETIIVIE" HAS COME.
The "sometime" to fill the summer house
iwkward spaces has come, as our rood and rat
tan novelties are now reduced to clear the way
for stock-taking.
Is the pap In a corner? Here is luxury and
pirturesqueness. Couches in denim for the
bedroom from $10.00. Stained reed for the
rammer parlor. $22.00.
Th" Hall? Our wood settles, fine in shape
end finish, at ?7.00. Seat cushions are also
The Dlninp-roo-n? China Closets from (13.00.
Side Tables from 98.50. Extension Tables from
17 00 that will not "groan with viands."
Beauty and comfort to fill any gap now he
low factory prices, if you
"BUYOFTME MAKER"
Geo. C. Flint Co.
43. 45 and 47 WEST 23? ST,
NEAR BROADWAY.
FACTORY: 154an0 156 vwest I9?STRcnL
WESTCHBSTER COUNTY
PORT CHESTER.
James Kelly sent his son Thomas to Ret a quart
of ice cream yesterday afternoon. The boy, In
stead of po'.r.p to a confectioner's, went to an
Italian fruit store and bought the crenm. He took
it home ard thr*>e of Mr. Kelly's children who ate
" nra , perched. Soon after eating it i ■••> were
££dvlth violent pains. Mr. Ivlmendorf was sent
fo'- and after working over them three hours suc
ceeded in xettinp them out of danger.
The Re*. W. H. Bowden. pnstor of the I' lrst
Baptist Churrh for thtee years, announced his
resignation from the pulpit at the mornins service
on Sunday.
MOUNT VERNON.
■ of Charities yesterday sent the
which wan found last week in J!
lumber yard to the children's ward at the County
• vi. w. r Una; the little
employes named Mm McKinley
- found in W lson
r yard on the day the Republican
*«• was noi
. . here and offered to
on their bouses for n rent.ii
month, the first five months' rent
c in advance He took hundreds of
. livered the boxes two
. far no one has seen anything of
TABRTTOWK.
all team has been reorganised
with the fol ' r»: James Duell. president;
Harry VThit< Frank A. Sweet, manager;
: nager. and Timothy
Bannon. treasarer.
road* of tho village are beinjr torn up 1 y the
Kesr-T '■>'■ which Is laying an
U!lu . r«n va >" wllh ' "
■ . - • reeled a temporary
nor. Mr. Walker has plans
a tine ptatlon whlrh he i« to build.
ii.,]. a man employed there til! the station
j i; ,vs • rill turn it over to the New-York
road.
NEW-ROCHELLE.
Justice Dickey, in the Supreme Court, pave a
decision in favor of the city in th- suit brought by
Parson. Leach &- Co.. New-York bond buyers, to
secure possession of IWjMI in bond? sold June 5
for hiphway improvement purposes. The bonds
w*re first awarded by the Common Council to the
"laintiffs but afterward the City Clerk. Andrew J.
Sflz. found a bid from W. J. Hayes & Son. of
Cleveland, which had been misplaced, offering a
premium of nearly $8,000 more fcr thf' see-unties
than Farsoh, I>ca<h & Co. had offered. The buM
was to compel the Common Council to Rive the
bonds to Farson. Leach & Co. at their original
offer.
WHITE PLAINS.
The Board of Supervisors will hold an extra ses
sion on Saturday to consider the payment of en
gineers' bills for the construction of the 'Warburton
ave. bridge at Yonkers. The Supervisors meet on
an order, signed by Justice Dickey, to show cause
why the bills should not be paid.
In the action brought by John H. Maldon nKnin=t
Henry M Flagler, the Standard Oil magnate, which
was dismissed by Justice K.-o»,-:i on Friday, the
Court has aJlowed Mr. IHagler $229 4 S as costs
Two years ago a young man calling himself
Harry Walters came to this town. He opened a
hair dressing place. He was elected to the For
esters' lodge and was made a director In the Olym
pic Athletic Club. Chief of Police Bogart baa re
ceived a letter from Watters, dated at Greenwich,
Conn . direr-ting the Chief of Police to sell out the
fFtahliPhment for th«» benefit of Watters'e creditors,
s« he was on his way to parts unknown. Watters
hired a horse here early Sunday morning from a
liveryman, drove to Port Chester, and then tele
eraphed the liveryman to send for the rip. Before
he went Watters borrowed from $2.0»> to $3,000, it is
said Merritt Reynolds, a jeweller, is said to be
the largest creditor. On Saturday Reynolds let
Watt en have a $125 diamond horseshoe pin and a
1103 diamond stud, which Winters told the Jeweller
he could sell on Saturday. Many creditors called
at Watters's late place of business yesterday.
HASTIXGS-OX-HUDSOX.
Plans have rx»en drawn and submitted to con
tractors for a new Baptist church In this place.
The. plans call for a frame structure, coating about
$4,000. to ix» completed by the middle of September.
The church will have an auditorium seating one
hundred and sixty, a Sunday school room con
necting with tr.- auditorium by sliding doors, class
rooms, a library, a nursery and a gymnasium.
T'ndf-r the leadership of Stanton E. Barrett, of
Buffalo and of Union Seminary, the Baptists nav-j
taken ip the work with Interest and vigor.
THREE tfE.\ HURT HY IV EXPLOSION.
G - LI ECTS OS A WELL BKIN<I DUO POR A
ttKSTKK BBEWEST.
RochfMer, N. V, June 25.— Two men were seri
ously and one BligatJy Injured by an explosion of
natural srss at th«» : rton brewery, in Wentworth
i er.. at 7:15 o'clock this morning. Thoy are Mllo
I Thompson. forty-rJr.e years old. both legs and
I - old. both lees and
collarbone broken, condition serious. John Stout.
forty years old. leg- broken and cuts about head,
three ribs fractured, lit ion serious, and Chris
topher Neihart. twenty-seven years old. bruised by
flying timbers.
The men had been digging a water w< '.1 for the
latt month, and had r^acln-d a depth of one hundred
te*rl on Saturday evening. when work was stopped
urtil this morning. MHo. 'Xliompson, ■he engineer,
this mornins took v lighted lantens into the mouth
cf the cistern, and the explosion followed Xeihart
.and Stout were In the mouth of the well at the
time, and all three nien wore thrown agaii the
■walls of tilt' building and covered with debris.
After some time Thompson and Neihart were taken
out and sotit to the hospital, and Stout was sent
to his home. The «as bad collected in som»- quan
tity during th«- Sunday holiday, but the well was.
not tho'jght to be In .1 dangerous condition.
DEXXIXO HELD BY THE CORONER.
Coroner Zucca and a Jury made .'in investigation
yesterday into the death of Paul 1 lennlno, who died
on June S Sn Bellevue Hospital from the effects of
a bullet wound in the head. Ills brother John.
twenty-. c ;x years old. of No. IB Becond-ave., who
it is suspected <31d the shooting, surrendered himself
to the Coroner. It appears that the dead man was
the black sheep of the family. On t!.- date men
tioned he drove to the house of his brother In a
cab, arid, going to his brother's apartments, de
manded So to pay for the cab. Three shots were
fired, and afterward Paul Donnlno was found lying
on the floor of the room with a bullet in his head
The Jury rerun a verdict that Dennino came
to his iJeath by a pistol shot Inflicted In self-de
fenc«. Coroner Zucca. however, held the prisoner
!n to.<K>j bail for the Grand Jury
NO EARLY TRIAL FOR SIBLEY CASE.
Justice Leventritt. In the Supreme Court, yester
day denied an application by Richard Gray Sib
ley for an immediate trial of the action for a
teparation brought by his wife, Carlie Weil Blbtey,
on the ground cf cruelty and desertion. Mrs. Sib
ley obtained a few days ago a counsel fee of
£M) and $23) a month pending the trlaJ of her suit
Counsel for Sibley sayp that he la unabl# to pay
either the alimony or counsel fee. and wants the
telal flxej for an early date co as to spare him
rxpcr.se. The case cannci Le tried before next
f.i'.l.
PARK HOARD WAKTB TO CONTROL POLICE.
President Clausen of the Park Board has recom
mended to the Charter Revision Commission that
a change be made In the charter making it manda
tory upon the Police Commissioners and the Chief
of Police to detail other policemen to the parka In
case any already assigned to them are objected to
by the Park Commissioners. The- change would
give the Park Commissioners fuil newer .over all
the policemen in the parks. The Police Commis
sioners and Chief Devery opqom the chaiure.
You are neglecting the first
principle of summer comfort if
you fail to wear low shoes.
Guess we make more profit on
high shoes than on low; but in
summer with low shoes, we make
more friends.
Men's best low shoes made on
the famous Model and Pedestrian
last, calf-skin — black or russet
and patent leather, double or
single sole, $4.50.
An unstarched negligee shirt
captures every cool breeze.
Look to the weather man for
breezes; to us for shirts.
Every kind, from the good $1
sort, to the very best silk that
can be made, at $8.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
1.'.".* Bros Iway, cor. Warren,
and 7 and !> Warren St. IVc m i or ,iers
MS Uroadwey, <v>r. i'nnre, — , mnll
11*00 Broadway. cor. 83d. u> mnll
and 64 West '.'"A St.
ALI HI IN CROXIN CASE.
PROSECUTOR ADMITS THAT EVIDENCE FOR
PRISONER IN POTASH THROWING
CASE IS STRONG.
Tlip taking of further testimony In the rase of
Mrs. Et;i.' Warner, of No. 59 West One-hun
dred-and-flfth-st., accused of !;:!vingr on the nlKht
of May 17 last thrown caustic potash in the fare
of Mrs. John J. Cronin, at her home. No. 4X3 West
Pifty-flrst-st, vv;is continued in tho Centre Street
<"o':rt yesterday before Magistrate Mayo.
Tin- Jirst witness put on the staml this after
noon by ex-Judge Henry vv. Scott and Glan
vil Molntyre. of No. 4! VVall-st., counsel for the
accused woman, and In support of the alibi, was
Walter G. Warner, of No. 59 West One-hundred
an.l-tiftb-st.. the brother-in-law of Mrs. Warner.
The witness testified that on the nislit in question,
in company with Mrs. Warner and her husbj»nd,
he attended a funeral at No. r>7 Park-st.. Jersey
<-i,y.
Frederick W. Lynch, of No. " Park-st., Jersey
< it y. a brother of the sir! whose funeral Mrs.
Warner was sal i to have been attending on the
night mentioned, testified that Mis. Warner and
1-i-r husband were In Jersey City and in his home
up to 10 o'clock on that night. Mrs. W. G. Warner
pave similar testimony.
Counsel for the prisoner called Dr. John J.
f'ronin, husband of the Injured woman, Mr. Mc
[ntyre wanted the doctor to say if he bad not
been connected with the Vanderbllt Clynlc, to
which question Mr. Osborne objected, on tho
{.'round that his connection with that institution
had no material connection with the issue involved.
Magistrate Mayo sustained the objection raise. 1 by
Mr-. Osborne, *n>l Mr. Mclntyre protested, Baying
that he « xpected to be able to show through the
- the motive for the injury inflicted on Mrs,
( ronin.
Assistant District Attorney Osborne asked for
further time, and declared that In all his experi
ence in the District- Attorney's office he had never
met a case that was bo puzzling. Mr. osborne ad
mitted that counsel for the prisoner had presented
;l strong alibi Mr. Osborne Bald that if the polico
were not able to disprove the alibi set up by
Messrs. Mclntyre and Scott, the accused was en
titled to be discharged. The case was set down for
final bearing on July 10.
HOME NEWS.
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT TIIE HOTELS.
AT.I'.KMARI,"— Hlnsdm Parsons, of Bchenectady;
Samuel Bowles, of Springfield; Albert (".ruff, of
Philadelphia, (iII. SKY In. E. C. Cartledge, of
Atlanta; i>r. < ". B. Almond, of Windsor, Ga.
GRAND- Captain K. E. Wlnslow, I. S. A.; Cap
tain Charles L. Potter, U. B. A.: captain ■ ; M
Weaver, U. B. A. GRAND IXIdN Dr. Arlinston
Pond, r. S. A. HOLLAND— H. (J. Bymonds, of
London; Walter Phelps Dodge, of Boston. IM
PERIAL—Judge L. E. Mosher, of Los Angeles;
Henry Tod, of Youngstown; General .T. B.
Henderson, of Washington. MANHATTAN— J. B.
inßalls. of Boston. MURRAY HILL— The Rev.
}' Williams, of Syracuse; J. M Dickey, of New
burg. PARK AVENUE -F. M. Baker, State
Railroad Commissioner. WALDORF Dr. C. I-.
P<-rin, of Chicago; Senator Thomas H. Carter, of
Montana; J. B. Llppincott. of Philadelphia; Uoljert
C. Pruyn, of Albany; Richard <.'. Kerens, of St.
Louis.
WHAT IP COIN'", ON TO-DAY.
R< publican ratification meeting, Carnegie Tlall. 8
p. in
American Apsodatlon for the Advancement of
.-. Columbia University.
American Forestry Association, Columbia Uni
versity.
Municipal Council, City Hall, l p. m.
Tammany Hall Executive Committee, 4 p m.
Conference of Republican ir;,dr-rs. Fifth Avenue
11. it. 1. S i>. in.
■ Island Jockey Club races, Sheepshead Bay,
2:30 p. m.
Music In Tompkins Square and Mount Morris
parks, 8 p. m.
Reception for Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson, Thir
teenth Street Presbyterian Church, 8 p. m.
Farewell reception for Hoer envoys. Cooper
Union. 8 p. m.
NEW-YORK CITY.
The graduating exercises of the Jewish Theologi
cal Seminary, at No. "•".6 I^exington-ave.. which
were announced to be held yesterday, will occur
some time In October. At No. 735 Lexington-ave.
It was said that the announcement that the gradu
ating exercises were to take place yesterday was
a mistake, and not authorized by any one con
nected with the Institution.
WANT SALE OF ARMS EORBIDDEW
BAPTIST MINISTERS INDORSE TUB APPEAL OF
CHIEFS !.V NEW-HEBRIDES.
Ret Dr. .I"!;ii (I Pat. in, the veteran mis
• ■ ii ■ New-Hebrides, addressed the Baptist
Ministers' Conference, al No. IS2 Flfth-ave,, yes
terday, and presented the petition to the Amerl
can people which be prew nted to the recent Ecu
iferenee. It comes from the
chiefs ol the Islands, and asks that the United
States Government shall prohibit the sale to the
i i. tl\ *-s by American citizens of li.jimrs arms and
ammunition At the conclusion of Dr. Paton's ad
.• Rev. Dr. A. <; Dixon offered a resolution
• in to act.
The that the President has the
power under International law to prohibit the ex
portation of Roods that are forbidden entry In the
■ to which they arc consigned. The resolu
tion was passed.
WAJSDERJNG WITH DEAD CHILD IX ARMS.
Roundsman Stevenson, of the East One-hundred
and-twenty-slxth-st. station, found Mrs. Kate
forty-two yean .«K!, of No 2.4:2 Becond-av*.,
standing at Third-aye. and One-hundred-and-twen
resterday wi «;ilng ar.d clasping a
wrapped In ;i shnwl. H.- asked i^-r m •
w «f : ' md she showed him the dead
bufly ol • • irteen-month-old daughter She
su'.d thHt she had no way to bury the body The
Body ■ In the Harlem Slorir.ie
CLOPTOX CASE DISMISS ED.
Magistrate Pool, In the Ontre-st. court yester
day, gave a decision in the case of William C.
Cloj)tori, of No. 50 v.'.st Slxty-ninth-at.. who was ac
cused in the West Side Court on June 8 of sending
libellous letters and constantly annoying his former
wife, Mi Josephine Hell Clopton.
Mrs. Clopton alleged that he - nt her annoying
letters, the last being nent on June 6, consisting of
sixteen typewritten pages. She said that she had
requested the return of a stuffed bird and some
other articles which belonged to her and that
he replied in a scurrilous manner.
Magistrate Pool, in his decision, said that there
wag not Shown any criminal Intent, and dismiss)
th« case.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. JUNE 2ft 1000.
Ladies' Suits
Tailor-made of Cheviot, Mohair, Venetian, Broad
cloth and Taffetas Silk,
$12.00, $18.00 and $25.00.
With the exception of a few $12.00 models, these gowns are lined
throughout with silk.
Organdie Dresses, trimmed with ribbon and lace,—
colo c 1 or white,
$10.00 and $12.00.
"Outing" Dresses, —of Linen, Pique" and numerous
Washable Fabrics,— white Mohair and Serge.
James McCreery & Co.,
Twenty-third Street.
SHIPWRECKED CREW IN PORT.
CAPTAIN BLAMES OLD DOMINION LINER FOR
RUNNING DOWN HIS SCHOONER.
The Old Dominion liner Jamestown, which arrived
here yesterday, had on board the captain and crew
of the flablng schooner William W. Kerr. which
was sunk off the coast on Saturday nisht by the
OW! Dominion liner Hamilton, hound south. Cap
tain Redmond of the Kerr Bald that she saile.l from
this port on June 11. and was on her way ba^k with
a load of bluefisli when she was struck. He added:
U'o were coming north In a fog under full s:i!l
■/ben the collision took place. It was all <lorn- In
11 minute -md without warning. We beard two
whistles, and a moment later the bow of the Hamil
ton li.omed up out of the fog. The bow of the
steamship crashed into the schooner just forward
of the fore rigging on the port side. Many "t us
were about, but some of the men were in the cabin
when the crash came. All rushed across the deck,
and as soon a- we realized wlut had happened we
clambered up tho side of the Hamilton to the deck.
The two vessels remained together some tim. — long
enough for us all to n< ;on board the * > l«l Dominion
liner— and then she pulled away fr"in the Kerr.
I requested Captain Boaz of the Hamilton to lower
a i><>at to take me to the sinking vessel. n»- 'iid bo,
and llie mate and 1 went out !>• h--r to Pee whether
anything could be When we got"to her we
hail to push off .main, for she was sinking, and be
fore we pot back to ihe steamship she went down
In eleven fathoms of water.
We were iaki-n into Norfolk nnd came North on
the Jamestown. Since my arrival here 1 have bad
a talk with the superintendent of the <>M Dominion
Line as to a settlement for the loss of my schoon< r
On his action depends whether I will proceed for
damages against tin- company. At tho time my
vessel was struck we were three-fourths of a mil«»
off North End Lightship, coming this way. The
Hamilton was out of her course, as she should have
been south of the lipht. Another thine l can'i un
derstand Is the fact that the captain of the steam
ship says tint lii never heard us blow. Why. our
horn was going almost continually.
The K.-iT was owned by John Feeney and Captain
Redmond. She was a two muster. 90 feet lonir and
20 beam. She was built In ISB9. Her crew lost all
their belongings and had to buy clothes in which
to come North.
COMMANDER DELEHANTY'B ORDER
CAPTAIN NORTON. HIS OLD ENEMY. WRITES
THE PRESIDENT ABOTT HIM.
It was said aa;ain yesterday that Commander
Daniel Delehanty, U. S. N.. who Is governor of the
Sailor's Shuk Harbor, and hap Just been ordered to
China for se;i service, would probably resign from
the Navy.
"He must go to sea or resign." said Captain
George L. Norton, the Editor "f "The Marine Jour
nal" and ar. ex-trustee of the Sailor's Snut; Harbor,
who has always been opposed to Governor Dele
hanty, because the latter is a naval officer, and
the Sailor's Suns Harbor. Captain Norton says, was
intended for the merchant marine.
"He ''ail escape these sea orders only by resign
ing. If he resigns he loses the half pay which
would come to him upon his regular retirement
from the Navy a short time hence, because of
passing the age limit. He was anxious to secure
that for the rest of his life, in addition to his sal
ary as governor of the Sailor's Snug Harbor. If
he dors not resign he must go to sea and a
rnor of the Snug Harbor. He Is In a sort
of li corner, you si c."
Governor Delehanty's friends on thr> Board of
Tr istees of the Sailor's Snug Harbor are. making
strenuous efforts to retain him as governor. Cap
tain Norton, as a counter mo\ c. has written to
President McKlnley about 'ru- matter.
"I told the President the facts r.f the case, with
out prejudice," he said, "an-1 J have received an
answer, s<iy>nK that my letter lias been turned
ov.'r to the Secretary of the Navy."
Meanwhile, Commander Delehanty continues as
governor of the Sailor's Snug Harbor, and the
question of his future is still undecided. Captain
Norton save that Commander Delehanty's orders
to gro to China were noi inspired by any one, so
far as he knows.
BUILDING TRADES TROUBLE SETTLED
NEW ORGANIZATION TO v,v. FORMED-FIFT*
THOUSAND AFFECTED.
The fight which has been waged from time to
time fur five years between th^ Hoard of Delegates
and the Building Trades Council, the represent
ative central bodies of the building trades In this
city, has been settled at last. A Joint committee
of forty-eight from the two bodies met yesterday
iv Centra] Hall, No. 147 West Thirty-second-Bt.,
and came to an agreement. About sixty building
trades unions were represented at the meeting.
The Board of Delegates represents about forty
thousand men and the Building Trades Council
ten thousand. A sub-committee was appointed to
draft a constitution and bylaws and also to think
of a suitable name for the new amalgamated body.
Labor leaders will be greatly pleased at the con
solidation of the two bodies, as the fight caused
many costly strikes and other losses to contractors
and workmen
SUIT AGAINST AS ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
Albany, June 23,— Attorney-General Davles to-day
reserved decision after listening to arguments on
an application of Samuel Ferguson for the begin
ning of an action to annul the franchises of the
Syracuse and Onelda l,ake Electric Railway Com
pany, made on the grounds that it has failed to
construct its road within ii year after having ob
tained the required consent from the authorities of
the towns through which It proposes to pass. W.
G. Tracy, of Syracuse, appeared for the petitioner.
und General Theodore E. Hancock and Louis
Waters for the company In opposition.
COLORADO SPRINGS STOCKS.
Closing quotations on the Colorado Springs Min
ing Stock Exchange, furnished by William P. Don
briglu & Co., of Colorado Springs:
Bid. Ask.-d. ; Bid. Asked.
Alamo IS 14 ; Pinnacle ... . is** l.s 1 »
Magnet ROl k . . 3% ::\ | Portland 310 :.i2
l'llgrim i'..r..... 12% 1.V.? > t'nlon 4o
Rose Maud .. V ny Work „, . .'to', SO 4
Rose Nleol. ... 13 13'/i Battle Mountain 28U •••>
Trachyte 7% TH ; Col city & Man. n>' t lo'i
Argeniuir.-Jin.. 17 SO | Cooper Mountain 4\ 4 4
AnaconTa 34 .in.- I ';iin..n J»O^
i: Creak Con... 13' ii — iGarfiPld Con. — 10
Button Con il'T'-j 12s Gold Coin.... 523
ii rirtlev 14 * 14 Vi | Gold Sovereign.. in 1 -. \,,\
Ingham Con. . — 111 Vi j Mountain Beauty si*. >.\*i
Isabella 121 ' a 122 Mount Rosa... . - 7-.
J~exiiiKton l«»i 17 [Pappoose BY. s^ 4
Moon An. l.or. . . 57 80 '
EAST BUFFALO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Knst Buffalo. June 28 — Receipts of sal* and through
cattle, sheep and hng» during the forty-eight hours i-n.!<>.l
at noon to day were as follow*: (""attle, ."hi? ••hi sheep
«n.i laml-s. ."ft: liogc. I'll Shipments fur the same time:
""attle. 103 .■»!■*. sheep an! him!*-, 38; hogs, 42. f.'aule —
Th« market to da) opened barely (tienily on the d».«irnhl»
pra^fs of export cattl« and butchers, and on medUnn
weights i-nd .-imm'.ri k'ndi was dull, Irregular and gen
erally l.'.'rj.". lower: g-o It. ben smooth, fa •■■.;■ rcttle
deilrable quality. $.". l»',i}j 7(1; go-'d to be^it. |a3&GS3SO;
export bulls, choice to extra, $4" 'JT.f I*4 80 good to choi.-e
butchers" ste»rs. $■:. <•:. n.<;. is g0t,,l to b^st utohera*
«<«-cr» $4 K'i<Ssr> IS g.v),l to best fat bulls. $3 B.'.t *4 25:
fair to good fat bull*. -■: 50 ri 7V. •■ ed»i bull». $2 U\'ft
$3 50; common to goo.i Iv-iloicna bulls, $3 «vss3 7."; enr/rj
to best fat heifers, *4 LT.'S*4 7.".. fair to >.• i< d h"if'-r«. |3 ;.'.&
#4; fat cows, good to best. $3 fi(^j*4 »>; medium fat Ciiw«.
>vjf;!4ii; fat eowi, comnun to fair II 5< fit $2 .'•< 1 : ffeiilng
ticers, g.H«I to extra. $46*4 CO; fair to good, >.'i.*io{<s4
<'anad.-i stock steers. $4©s4 25; stock call 8 . MichlKtn
choice to extra. M 614 2.-; stock bulls. W»»3 60; calves,
g.iod <T,:.ir stick, f 4 >.".'s! '.:. : Jerse) stockers, [email protected];
utock heifers, good to beat, -I*:', 40; e«mi to k..i«l
$230Qt3; stable fed co» choice t.> extu, >„ •-,■,! »:t ;..
"■mmon stal !- fed, $36*-') 25; fresh 1 i.w h. eh ,ii-e to rxt:a
K"ed bag. Jti":*l guild t.i .hnice. f.'.'iiH- springer*.
. h.,ice to extra. M2Ot4.">; common and p«o! ..-own, |18Q
■(■J.?; ccm-M Htid springers, common to g<>'"l. f239|32; .-jiiven
choice to extra, $ofifo 23; gm-i to choice, *:. .'"|l*'i heavy
tul calves, f-Ka*4 .-.". SV.'i-ji and lambs The bulk «.f Ih'e
mles vert at Inside prices; yearling lambi choli-o t.j
extra. f 5 73 V|d ; good to choice, $4 7A{js3 25; nei)<«r«
■heep, choice to extra. *4 7:.**".. mixed »h~ el t.lce to
extra. 14«|4 BO; good to cho.ie. U75Q$4: I.eavy iwe*
$a&->^s»; i i Ing lambs, good to chntce. tii'Ui'; I.*': tinted
unchanged and weak. lings in fairly .lciive demsnd;
Yorkeis and „|gs. fi r.i'afA W. luedlum nri.l hea\y *-3 ilO.
with a few grassy heary hots at |5 1..1, nushs, 14 76U
li 00; »tai;!. ja«X»'Js3irj. ' * v
FIRE CBAPLAIXB FOR LOXnOS.
ENGLISH VISITORS WILL ASK THE COUNTY COUN
CIL TO FOLLOW NEW- YORK.
Eugene Stock, a prominent resident of London,
who is at No. 257 Fourth-aye.. has written to Fire
Commissioner Scannell as follows:
As an Englishman who has bern vlslttns the
United States In company with my friend
George Anthony King, also of London, I should
like to be allowed to say to you how greatly we
have been Interested in the New-York Fire
Brigade. We have been kindly shown something
of its work by the Rev. Dr. J. Le Baron Johnson,
one .if your chaplains, and have been much lm
pressed by the splendid efficiency of the officers
and men. ami the perfect order and discipline
which seem to be maintained.
Mr. King and I are greatly struck by your plan
of commissioning two clergymen as chaplains to
the brigade, and it is our purpose on return
ing to England to use our influence to have the Lon
don County Council make some similar arrange
ment. It must be no small encouragement to the
firemen to feel that they have friends of this kind
who will care for them in case of accident or sick
ness, and show kindness to their families in the
time of need; and the men must value the prompt
ness with which the chaplains— as it seems to me—
are at their service day and night, and the fear
lessness with which they sometimes share the
perils of their calling. I hope that in time the
good example which New-York has set will be fol
lowed in my own country.
COXTROLLER XOT COMPELLED TO r.iT.
CONTRACTOR WHO VIOLATED WAGE LAW CAN
NOT COLLECT FROM CITY.
Justice Leventrltt. In th>. Supremo Court, yester
day handed down a decision refusing to grant
William R. Rodsrers a writ of mandamus direct
ing Controller Coler to pay him the amount due
him on a cily contract for paving. The Controller
refused to pay Rodpers because a complaint was
filed with him to the effect that Rodgers had not
paid the prevailing rate of wages, as he bound
himself to <1o by the terms of his contract.
Rodgers alleged that while the provision of the
prevailing rate of wages might be held to apply
to Immediate contractors with the city It could
not apply to sub-contractors, of whom he was one.
He admitted he had not paid the union rate of
wages.
Justice Leventrltt says It is as little a matter of
dispute that the Legislature or Government may
determine the amount of wages to be paid by a
municipality to those In its employ as It Is clear that
in the absence of considerations of public health,
morals and safety it has that power to prescribe
terms between individual employer and employe.
Justice Leventritt pays the provision In the con
tract by which reiator bound himself to pay the
prevailing rate of wages, or that his contract
should 1"* void, effectually debars his right to a
writ tv c<.mp>'l payment by the Controller.
Rodgers. if he has finished his contract, is thus
left without any payment, while his employes will
have suits against the city.
XEELI CASE ADJOrR\ED \GATX.
XKXT MOVE -WIT.T. BE APPLICATION FOR PRIS
ONER'S REMOVAL TO HAVANA.
The examination of Charles F. W. Xeely. which
• :i postponed a number of times, and was set
for yesterday before I'nlted States Commissioner
Shlel is. w.:s again adjourned to next Friday. The.
postponement was by the arrangement and mutual
consent of counsel.
Mr. Baldwin, Assistant X'nlted States District At
torney, said that the GvA'ernment would act very
Hof-n In the Neely case. The numerous postpone
ments of the examination of Neely have been by
consent of counsel, and it has been understood that
the postponements would continue until the Gov
ernment got re;.dy to act. Whether the viovern
ment would be ready to act before next Friday
Mr. Baldwin could not say. According to Mr. Bald
win, when the Government does act. It will be in
the shape <if an application made by the District
Attorney to Judge Lacombe. of the I'nited States
Circuit Court, asking for Neely'a removal to Ha
vana .under the special extradition act passed by
Congress in the last days of the session.
It is understood that Neely's counsel. John D.
Lindsay, will make no move In the case -until after
the Government takes some definite step for the
• r'a removal. The proceedings under the
original request for Neely't extradition made by
C.ivcrnor-OJeneral Wood noon Governor Roosevelt
will undoubtedly be discontinued.
Neely. in the mean time, is in the Ltidlow Street
Jail. Where he remains In default of the $50,000 bail
required of him upon his second arrest for al
leged complicity in the Cuban postal frauds.
BIG IROX FIRM* IXCORPORATED.
Albany, Jnr.p 26.— The firm of Witherbee. Sherman
& Co., capital $3,000,000. was incorporated with the
Been tary of State to-day, to mine and sell Iron
and other ores and minerals, to smelt and manu
facture the same, nnd to sell the products. The
principal office will b« In the town of Morlah.
Essex County, and the company begins business
with $r..o<in capital. The directors and principal
shareholders are Walter C. Witherhee and Frank
S. Witherbee, of Port Henry, and George D. Sher
man, of Crown Point, each of whom agrees to take
$250,000 stock in the. company; Wallace T. Foote,
|r., Port Henry. J500,000, and l^wis W. Francis and
John H. Sherman. Port Henry, each $1,000.
Announcements.
E. & W. All pure white linen. E. & "W.
A cool shirt for warm weather.
m
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrise 4:3" Bunsel 7:3.1! Moon rises am 4:08 1 Moon's age 28
HIGH WATFR.
A.M.— Sandy Hook «:s";Gov. Island 7:29 Hell Gate PIS
P.M.— Sandy Hook 7:14,G0v. Island 7:40; Hell Gate V: gg
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-PAY.
Vessel. From. IJne.
Gallilfo Hull, June 12 Wilson
Cufle Liverpool, June 16 White Star
John Fotherglll St. Lucia, June 18 _
Allegtiany Port Llmon. June 10 Atlas'
Alamo Colon, June ltt Panama R X
Imiraniayo London. June 12 ,
X Wits tier Grouse. .Bremen. June 19 N (} Lloyd
Kensington Antwerp, June IB Re<i Star
State of Nebraska. .Glasgow. June 14 Allan-State
Hillur ('ardenas. June 21 .
Titanic Barbados, June 21 \ .
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27.
Majestic Liverpool. June 20 White Star
Brt-men . Bremen, June 16 N Q Lloyd
Fontlac Gibraltar, June 13 Mediterranean
Ctilumhtnn Liverpool, June 13 Ley land
Hendrika Alßiers, June 13
Alps luniHl'ii. June 20 .... Atlas
Concho (J-ilveMon. June 13 Mallory
El Dorado New-Orleans, June 22 Morgan
Algonquin Jacksonville, June 24 Clyde
THURSDAY. JUNE 28.
Phfrnlc-la Hamburg. June 13 Hamb-Am
Thuinas Melville. . .. Gibraltar. June 14
Nut'la Stettin. June 1:1 "' Baltic
Gottfried Kchenker.. Gibraltar, June 14.... Aust'r* Am
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. I". , Un , Malls close. Vewel sails.
Uutavia. Hamburg. Hamb :'. «i p m
Finance. Colon. Panama 11 It 0:30 am 100 d m
deminole. Cnailesl Clyde .hi p n»
reirenfe Harhadus. 2 pm 4 <«> pm
Bunipa. inaaTui .. . 10 no am 12<» m
hi Mar. New-Orleans, Morgan .... 3:00 pm
lUnuiia, I'ernumbueo, Bloman ll.uuam 1:00pm
The Last and Best Bicycle
Offer of the Season!
We won't tell you who made these wheels. The manufacturers
don't want their names used, and we're not surprised, for never in
the history of the Bicycle Trade have High-Grade Wheels been sold so
cheap. A glance at them, however, will tell you they are by far the
best values effer offered in this country. Every wheel bright and fresh
from the makers, complete in equipment and ready for the road.
Men's Wheels, 20, 22 and 24 inch Frames.
Ladies' Wheels, 21 and 23 inch Frames.
tfS* A Guarantee ior the calendar year goes with each wheel sold.
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st Street.
Broadway and 11th Street.
SHIRT WAISTS.
Fine Shirt-waists, made of sheer
silk dotted Lawn, silk corded
novolty Zephyr, lace striped
Mohair, dotted fancy Swiss, and
plain Lawn with front of open
work embroidery, or fancy silk
stitched tucks.
Exquisite colors and fabrics,
$1.45;
Valne 9tt.KO and 9 4. (50.
JAMES McCREERY & CO.,
Broadway and 11th St.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE XI.
Germanic. Liverpool. White. 5tar. ..... 9:00 a m 12:00 m
Bt. Paul. Southampton. American.... 7 am 10:00 am
■\\ eatemland. Antwerp. Red Star 10:3t>am 12:<V>m
Matanzas; Tamplco. ...1:00pm 3:oopm
Silvia. Newfoundland. 11:00 am 1:00 pm
THURSDAY. JUXQ 2S.
Fuerst Bismarck. Hamburg;. Ham-Am. 6:30 am 10:00 am
L/Aqultalne. Havre, French C:3oam 10:00 am
Grosser Kurfuerst, Bremen. N G Lloyd 12:00 m
aeruranca, Havana. N V & Cuba 1:00 pm 3:uopm
Marjcalbo. Curacao. Re<} D 11:00 am l:<K>pra
Maraval. Grenada. Trinidad 1 1 :0O a m 1 :00 p m
Talisman, Barbados. Demerara 2:i»pm 4:00 pm
El Paso. New-Orleans. Morgan 3:<»>pm
KIPPING NEXT 8.
PORT OF NEW-YORK. MONDAY. 3I~SK M, IPOO.
ARRIVED.
Steamer (supposed) Plnner» Point (Bri, Gladstone. Lon
don June 10. to Simpson. Spence & Young. Passed Fire
Island at C.1.1 p m.
Steamer City of Rome (Br\ Baxter. Greenook and
Mot 111* June It, with mdse, 142 cabin and 232 steerag
parfengers to Henderson Uros. Arrived at 'he Bar at
7:45 p m. 24th.
Steamer Maasdam (Dutch). Bakfewr, Rotterdam June 14
and Boulogne 18, with mi*", *>4 cabin and 332 steeraK«>
passengers to the Holland- America T*tne. Arrived at the
liar at 10:85 a m.
Steamer Main »Ger). Petermann. Br?men June 19. with
nniiie and :>y«i steerage passengers to Oelrlchi & Co. Ar
rived at the Har at 3:90 p m.
Reamer Archlmtde (Ital). Orengo, Genoa. June, ft,
Palermo 7. Naples 0 ami Gibraltar 13. with mdre. 28 caWn
Jin 1 ■>!•! steerage passengers to Hlrzel. Keltmann & Co.
Arrived at the Har at 2:40 p m.
Steamer Mozart (Hr). Ellis. Santos May 17. Maceto
June 4, Fernnrr.buco 7 an St I-u.-la 1«. with mdse and
a cabin pa.»!>enger» to ISu;«k & Jevona, Arrive.l at the Har
at 4:10 p ni
Steamer Pont*. Dyer. Pones June 14. Mayaguez lft.
Areclho IS an I Pan Juan •>. with rrvise and 80 cabin
passengers to •'..■ New -York and Porto Rico Ba Co. Ar
rived at the Bar at 4:l<« p m.
Steamer AUtrhanjr ißr), Lowe. Savnnllla. fartha«ena
and Port I.lm«n. with rai!w to pirn. Forwood & Kellock.
South of the Hlslilaiids at 6:43 p m.
Steamer Orion. Smith. Port Tampa June 20. with mdse
to the Hollander S» Co.
Steamer Nueres. Younjr. Brunswick. Ha. June 22. with
mdse and pa«s«-npers to C H Mallory * Co,
Steamer Jamestown. Tapley. Newport News and Nor
fo!k. with miW and passenger* to the Old Dominion
Ss Co.
Steamer Saglnaw, Hate. Georgetown. 8 C. June 21 and
Wilmington 23, with mdsa and passenger* to \V P Clyde
I Co.
Steamer Manna Hata, Gllllngham. Baltimore, with mdse
to H C Poster.
Steamer El Pud. Hlgglns. New-Orleans 4S days, with
md?e to J 1 Van Sickle.
Steamer Alleghany IBr). lifiwe. Fa\ar.llla June 12. Car
thnjrena 13. I'ort I.!m 18 and Kingston 21. with mds«
and 24 cabin passengers to Pirn. Forwood * Kellock. Ar
rived at the. Bar at 7:50 p m.
Bandy Hook. N J. June 25. :> ::n i m — Wind west north
wont, light bre»ze. clear.
BAILED.
Steamers Richmond, for Noil .-. Jefferson. Xorfclk an
Newport News.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
,': .-."""■■
Liverpool. June -4 — Arrived, steamer Strain* OM Jar—
dine, New -York for Manche-mer.
Knle'da. June •£>. — Suited, strumer Consueto i Hr> for
New-York.
LJiard. June 24 Pa— id, steamer Northlands (Ur>.
I.iKhtf.i New-York for Hamburg.
lri-> P.,lnt. June 25— Pa««ed. meamer Garlands »Br).
I>oherty. New-York for Hamburg.
Kunderland Jui.e ttJ — Ballad (tearncr Cvtnbeline iHr>.
f.»r New- York.
Plymouth, June 24— Mt.>,i, steamer Delaware ißr).
Davles. N.« York.
Newmrt. June 2J— Sailed, steamer Snowfiake tßri.
Hopwood, New- York.
/n B 1' c v ., Hen.V June 2. V Passed steamer Ell*. Marl.
(Ger). L'alUorf. Rotterdam for New-York.
More as an advertisement than to make
money out of it, for at the prices we
quote below one will readily see there
is nothing in it for us, save the value of
the advertising it gives us. Here are
the particulars. We ofler to-day
790 High=
Grade Bicycles
At Less than Cost of the Raw Matenas.
13.75 and 15.75.
SPECIAL MENTION.
Advertisements ntlmlttoil into these c»T
iiinni nre recommended to the readers of
TUB THIIII.NK an thoroughly reliable, an«
bnslness can be done by mail with the ad
vertisers with perfect safety.
dmnocmemo.
CASINOT ft Sat. Mat. ' Thea're roupm*.
V>A>jlnU All Star Cast: lUood for Roof!
T £ os - SEABROOKE %£& ROUNDERS !
ROOF toxgt: ted marks- 'MM IP. soirees:
«> ■ ZZ^ THE WORLD IV WAX.
i EDKX I New Oroups TV>-<Jay.
I Ml SKE. ! The Wonderful CINEMATOGRAPH:
4—— '?► Hear the Neapolitan Orchestra.
HPIinS **" A CLARK.
l\bl 111 V) mostly x forma*.
Roster & BIAL'S •&££*
ENTIRE NEW I Reserved •^ = Stf"^^»
VARIETY BIL.U I Seat". «_*►' H_^>' V_/
HAMMERSTKIN-S IC■,nC (1 A R Phi 42 st ' * B'way
uipthdia Ir. JUT UMnUCIIM s : ir, m MKSr.lglit
Vlb I UnIA Ful'.y Protectea from Weather.
LION PALACE ROOF GARDEN
& affTSiC HAL.U 110 th St. * "W. Boulevard.
"Coolest fDot. In town." A«lm"n. 2r. & ZOc.
Pearl Andrews. Caswell & AmoM. AJelman. Caxiaea
Slaters, many others.
MANHATTAN BEACH l\\
FANCIULLI'S I 3:30 P. M.
71 ST REQT. BAND. | M twSSSf m
To-night ; Pain's Great Spectacle and Fireworks,
at I FIJI V A M A.
BP. M. I Japan la Flower and F'.ame.
By arrangement with the AucusUn Daly "'fa.
A RUNAWAY GIRL,
22* JAMES T. POWERS &SS
Mat. ■■:•. at 4. XTRA Mat. July 4.
July »— Primrose & Doelutadcc'l Minstrels.
Morning and Afternoon Concerts
Slid charming sail on the mejMtlo Hudson. Sea Day Use
advs.. steamboat and cxc. columns.
Tho Hnw vnnif ißway*^i ßway *^ » r - Kve!> si °
I lIC nLll lUn^ .' Harsain Mats. Wed. & Sat.
Supplementary Kvery Eve. on Roof tcovereJ>
polAbis CHERRY BLOSSOM BROYE
yUU V All IO I rerfnrm. rain or shtne.
l.i:>()\ I Cool, comfortable. Tinafore. t'aval>rla Ru»-
IiVCKIM. I tlcana. Kefrejhments; smoking' tab'.e. -5 -
PASTOR'S CONTI.MOIS SHOW.
SEATS .'i> AND 30 CENTS. DAY AND NIGHT.
Matthews * Harris. Llnton & Mclntyre.
ST. .NICHOLAS fiJUWBn, 68th 5». & Co!. Avt.
1/ k I TtTklDflDU Summer Ni K ht Concerts.
f\AL I CnDUnn 50 Musicians. Every Ev.— 3oc
To-nlsht — Tsi-haikowsky"s Symrhor.y No. 3.
(The £nrf.
CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY CLUB.
Shrrpshrad liny. June Mfrtlns. 1!M)O.
June 2«, 27. uh. 2?>. .".O. July S. .1, 4.
Six races each day at -' 9'9 ' M (rain or 3S!ae)»
OTII DAY. TUESDAY; JIXE -li.
Til) VI, STAKES
AM) r» OTHKII II VS.
Mum.- by I-arder.
TRAINS 1)1111 « 1 TO TRACK.
Leave New York twt Eas» 24th T.. R.. via L I. R. X
at 11 A M . 13 '■< I2:tl> (1:WI |*arlOT Car Train*. 1:1*
1:40. 2:10. 2:40. 3:lo. l!oat; leave f >ot Whitehall t*l»
39th St.. South i:*l>n l-Vrt . . at 11 A. M.. l?:tX) X!.. 12:S»
12:40. 1 00. 1 -11. 1:40. 2:00. 2:'J»l 2:4(». 3:»VV From Brjofc
lyn Bridge (New York sidet. Bridge tr^in* vl<» K!n«»
County n.i Brighton l>arh Hoa I. u'.so Flatbush Avenu*
Surfaife l«ine viu BriKhtoa Beach Road every 1» minutes.
From Broadway. Wllllamsburc:. take Marcy-Oceaa A««w
or the Noatrand Aye via Brighton Heach Roai All
Brooklyn suiface cars transfer dlre^-t 10 trnc"<
ADMISSION TO I II II) STAND. SOc.
Kitr.i accommodations returnine from track.
Copenhagen June 25 — Arrived steamer Hlspanlm (G«r)»
Yon Leucnfels. New YorK for Stettin.
Bremen June 23 — Arrl\ed. steamer X ml* lAia»
(Ger). Voluer. New York via Cherbourg. "
Antwerp. Jt:n* 23— Arrived. Meaner Fri*slanJ i»IO.
Nickels. New- York.
»'h<rtourc June 24. 0 p m— Jlttltd. steamer Barbarosa*
(Ger). Mentz ifiom Bremen), New -York. «««_
Havre. June S3— Arrtvtd, steamer Lereri «Er). Fes
tenon. New-York.
Marseilles. June 25 — Arrived, steamer PatrU («),
Bounce. Kaw-York. /n-v
bordeaux Jin* 25 — Arrive-!, steamer Arrai<">nen»« *!>•»
Hughes. New-York vi-i rauilku\
Gibraltar. June 25— Pasftsl. steamer S»t Re^ulus »ur>.
McMullen. Yokohama, etc. for New -York.
Sacres. rune 24 — I'iuwJ. steareer Maria <fe Ijirr!r.ss»
(Br>. Jl.trr!-. n Kaltirroro an.! New Y,-rk for Manila, 't*
llc.rta. June SS— PuMd. steamer h>ns (G*r>. lUrrass*
wlti. New York tor Naples an.l <J^no».
tlen.->a. June 2;» -Arrived, steamer Tartar I'rlnc* *"•»•
Mi-Karlane. New- York vl* St Mli-h.ieW. rto.
Cap*. Town. Jvine *— Arrived, «:e»irer Samlwn.! (Brj.
Clark, New- York \la 81 Vlncnt. C V.
Adt-lal.tt- .Inn" S*— AlTtved, >t«n^r Queen Ol*a i HO.
Ham,. New-York.
Str-irai-ore Ji-ne 23— ArrtvtM tpr*v'ou»ftr>, kwsit Ann
(Ur>, \Vll!l,m*.:> New -York via Colombo f>r 11-n* K.'ti*.
Slnuap.->re Jure -j:»— Called, steamer I>rummotvi tßr).
Chubb <fr.in Hun* K<m«> Nrw-Y.irk — _ ,
MorriKiv .Inn* J»— ArrtveJ, steamer Quito »Br>. Baira.
New York vta M Michaels, ct ■-.
l'ara. June steamer Gregory -<Br». Stllca.
* Hi.» Janeiro June 23— Sailed, steamer H?*artl» (BrK
Tn\|..r New-York. • _ ..^..tt
Barbados June 23— Sailed, steamer John Foliecs.a
(Br.. from Santua vat St Lu-la for .Naw-Yora.

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