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il THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1892. 3 Wt
1 KEWS OF THE MINING WORLD A aoon nu.IT. of acjititt xs inn MIX1CAS .SILVER DlUJltlClS. Tbci lJrjtot rrolncr ol Copper la New Jltilcn I-nbor Tronblm In tha t'teur d'Aleni" Covin! rjr The Ilarqnn Ilnln Mine Growing; Itlcher Tlirr Are Worked. Movtrhet. Mexico, Juno 4,-Tho mineral reourco! of tlm SLato ot Sun Luis Totosl nro liclne rnpldlv dovolopod. A 'oport 1ms iust lpn rwoled lioro of tin1 Hanta lues mlnlnc iroporty. sixty rallfw noith r tho olty of Han I.uls ltol. Ilctwuon $4.".X)0 and SoO.OOO Iiom 1 ocn oxpcmleil on tliu property ilurlm; the at throo years. Tliocromul lias boon found to contain tliroo veins i unulnt: east nnd wost, produi'lnB lead slhor oro nt r. depth not ox ccJlncl.ty foot, which Is tho limit of tholr present osplorntlon, assaying from 40 to 2.10 ounces of llor por ton. Willi from latolt.") percent of lead. Thoro also exists two veins runnlnc north and south containing oro from tliolW-footlovol up. with an assay vnluo of 35 to '200 ounces of silver per ton and "0 to 25 pcrcont. lead. Tho genoral Kltuattnn of tho mlnnismostadvnntasoous and promlslne In every w-pivt Tlio mlnlnc crospocts In tho Fachuca nnd Itcil del Monte districts oro very oncouraclnc. The work of exploration on tho Snn llcllpo do Jc6J mlno l9 belnu pushed, nnd undor tho cllectivo manaKeinent of Cnpt. Frank Ilulo jrwit thlnss aro oxpootod from tho propoity. llecont usny show fro.n two to three ounces ol ijold por ton nnd one assay 4 8-10. Good report have nlso roachod hero of La holcdnd. L Sorprosa. nnd Ban Kafucl mines. Espor anzn Is also looklnc bettor. DcnvNoo. Mexico. Juno 1. Tho Ouodalupo Mlnlnc Company of this city aro ubout to l work tho old San Lucas mine, which, ns tho mint records show, has In years cono by pro duced no less than S'i.UOO.OOO. Tho Pittsburgh and Mexican Tin Mlnlnc Comrany. operatlntr at Portrlllos. nenr Du-. r.inco. havo recently sent u car load of eood tin to New York. This conipuuy is now work ing throe mlnos. Aftor a certain amount of concentration by moans of washing, tho ore shows 40 per cent, of tin. Zaoatecas, Moxlco. Juno 1. Tho Albarls Mining Compnny of Englund. which recently purchased the Pan Critol.al gold mine, has eclved machinery and Is nlrao-t ready to begin tho development of the property. It has a wide vein containing a largo amount of gold, exu on inn. DEvntn. June 5. Now nnd rich strikes of gold nnd sliver oro continue to be rep irtod from all portions of the Mate. Croi'rte Improves each day. The Amethj-t mlno ia attracting nttuntlon. Tho richest ore yet discovered wan brought to camp l'rlday bytho superintendent, and It was taken from a U4ti-foot shaft and was tilled with cords of silver us thick as lead In a pencil. It returned tin essay of 1.05'J ounces Id Rllvor to the ton. Work on tho Nelson Tunnel Is bolng pushed rapidly. The Altn It thaft on Katcholor Moun tain, at a depth of lltty feet, struck a :il-foot vein of ore which assayed ninety-two ounces In silver to the ton. Tlio Park-ltegent is being worked with activity. ... At Cripple Creek a strlko Is reported In tho Addle U An interest In the ltodobush was sold on Saturday for 505,000. Work on tho Colorado Midland extension Is being pushed r.ipidlj. Two pnrnllol volnB aro being oponod on tho Washington. At Marble. Avalanche Creek, promises to bo tho scene of great activity during the summer. A compnny of Colorado capitalists havo secured control of two valuable groups of cUl'ov and the contract has been lot tor a 500 foot tunnel. Tho ltoaring ForkMIninc Company of Aspen has conoludod to sink a mlnu in tho west portion of tho town site, nnd tho main shaft will bo commenced In a few days. Manager l'aul of tho Aspen is pushing developments on this proporty. and making regular dally ship ments of 100 tons of fair grade ore. Tho mines in and around Leadvillo. Ouray, and Hllverton continue to send out encourag ing reports, and new strikes aro reported al most dally. The recent sale of 500.000 sharos of the Btco-Aspen Consolidated nt lllco for $500,000 to a Now York and Philadelphia hanking house lias hail a wonderfully stimulating ef fect upon the mining district at ltico. nnd mines that havo been idle for years are in operation. The output of the Hleo-Aspen for May will exceed that of any previous month. A despatch from Ourav says a strlko was made in the Midnight mlno yesterday of gray copper. Brittle silvor and native silver wore encountered in tho south drift of tho first lovel SEW MEXICO. Bilveb Cm. May 31. The Steeple Rock Mining Company is getting a shipment ot high grade oro ready at tlio Jim Crow mine. It nt expected that it will run bettor than the last shipment made to the Socorro smelter. I'ans and settlors havo been put Into tho old Carlisle mill, and it has just boon started up by McUermott A Tone. Vory llttlo has boon c'one since tlio Carlisle Gold Company discon tinued operations over tvp years ago. I Work has been rosumed in tho Anson S. mine nt Ansonio. and the smelter will be blown in June 10. A run of copper oro from Copper Flat, about three miles from Ansonio. was made In the smelter recently, but the oro could not bd successfully smeltod. It is now proposed to mix the ore from the mines at Copper Flat nnd that from the Anson b. to see whether both cannot be treatod ntthosnme time successfully. Several shipments of cop per bullion havo been made from tho Ansou ri. tmeltor this ear. and It is likely to continue the largoi-t produoer of copper in New Mexico. The strike which was mado in the Kangaroo nine at Kingston several weeks ago has been shown to be the most important stiiko In that famn in seven years. Last wool; two car loadh of high grndo ore wore shipped from tho mine, and there Is more ore in sight now than there has beon at any timo since the strike. A car load of oro which averaged &!50 per ton was shlnpod from tho Illinois mlnu last week, and a shipment was also made from tho lirush Heap. Tho Calamity, which adjoin tho brush Heap, has been loased. and a large amount of development work will bo dono on ltthli summer. The Standard Mining Company, which owns the nake nnd Opportunity mlnos In the Hills borough district, h is made contracts for sink tnc tnu nlin.lt on the Oppnrtunlty mlno KK1 fovt deeper and for running a 'JtMt-to.it drllt on the Aii-foot !eel of tlio Snake mine. The Htrilvci which was made in tho :t"0-fuot loel of tho Hnako mlno .a fewdays ago Is being rapidly de jelopoa. and the drift has been run In tho oro for outto a distance. Tho ore Is from two to tlWeet wide. The commission which was appointed to in ynstlg ite the mineral resources of the Cnrrizo Mountains on tho Numijo reservation has naeheii thn mountains, and a courier was sent to Gallup to get a man who Kncrmnintcd with that part of the mountains wl.oru tho rich miii eial is said to exist. IPAIIO. Idaho City, .May 'J7.-A company hnvlng a bond on the lleila mine in Heaver "lKrFet. owned by John Henri. hiuciadertlsM forbids lnrflni,,?,5 ?if '" . T01! '0, w- ' bids to bo In by Juno 10. lhw is a ori argo and rich j Ivor mlno. nud will undouhtedli be taken by the company. A. W. Dunn ie taking siiTt'lios to his sliver mlnos in the same bTtr't. And will soon resume work in a tunnel Uenior glies oery promise of soon becoming ono of rue groat slher producing . unpB "ho State Wriilam bweot has hU long tunnel to iS velop the Muddy mines, near Horn"?. in a i is! tanco of 000 feet. To faeilitate ttorl; I u has The trouble botwo-n the, mlno owners of the Ca-urd'Aleno country and the Mlner r continue;, but the miners am now morn "in. dilatory In their demand". '1 he Mln.Vou nn,L Association has decide I to om.lo no man un. less ho withdraws from tho union, " Anderson Cox has discovered what promises to be a groat mine on Willow Creek, -i i,o I lodge is galena, carrying lead nnd silver and 1 PViltcs lich In gold. Mi. Cox liiHAsVmplSuf t decomposed quarts that ass,iy $71,0 .,. lon I The claim on which tho discovery of tlioiiri holy was made hns been undor course ot do- jelonment for two yearc and tliev are down IhOieet. Theledgols three fo twlde. and lb the widest at the greatest depth The Nemo tunnel, at Silver City. Is In 45d feet, and it Is expected that tho lodge wi'l ho cut In 100 feet more. Tho ledge Is one of tho largest In ()wheo county and the oro iasy to mill, the quartz Mug deooin . I'Osed. Mill tests show tlie oro to be woitli S'.'.l per ton. The lllnluo tunnel. In the snmo local ity Is in 1,107 feet At thS point th largest hody of water ever struck in Florida Mountain wis encountered, awl tho miners .ire lotting thenroMnnd Tho henvi How of water Indi ''os that Ihero is a largo ledge ahoad, i ho Ira to Dollar never looked ledter. hav ing a tpn nch seam of oro that will mill S-(K) per ton, pesldes abundance of lower grade. At nnotiier point, where tho ledge is three foot JJIno, the oro will yield S'JOO per ton In winze '..'"erelh a ten-ineh streak of due oro and a tt en-Inch streak, worth S400 per ton. At another point tho ledgo is nine feet wide, with 100 ore, V,'a wnderful De I-amar mine nt Do Lamar continues giving a profit of slw) per day. tri.. Vi "aslilngton mine, Gatubrlnus dls nni.i""' P'Ji'ips have been at vork a Week an. tin uiiiorha- leen lowered 1(H) foet. It iVinJf "Tor live eo!:s inoro to clear tlio ? 11 ' V,IV''T. fur . ,'.''''''-s and J ,o Poncla havo a mine i.,,1'11' north of ivnturv lie on (irlun-k mi.e.Mf ' '"'""'i'-"', to I eeonu a Momlerdil ' allS L rr'"'rr!'' U I" lj.ty fee! between "el 1'fr . ,c,,,,,,l"t'- Is sides thieo regular pay l.(' l.rV" ,""ri,t l,1't fet vide, immense yiarsai.n.i,-u"d cfLonntes. Two or thieo J'tars oco tho ownew. not knowing the naturu i ofthoore, hsn a large quantity worked In a free gold mill. Itythls pro.vss they reallred 50perton. On finding out last weok that tho loose snnd In tho mlno Is carbonates, they had an assay made, which showed a valuo flOJ fold and 70ouncosHllor per ton. Of course, ho oro must bo smoltnd, nnd they hav 0 enough in sight to keep a largo stack running for years. Tho lodge has leon truood and located tor a mile. AIUZOKA. Tucron. May 28. Work on tho Gunslght mlno is progressing rapidly. Mnchlnory Is now on tho ground for boring nn eight-Inch well, 1,200 feet deep If necessary. Tho run of tho mill for tho Inst sIxtydnyH produced SlUXK) In silver bullion. Col. Herring's lionanzn mlno Is proving worthy ol its name. The shaft is down 115 foot, and is nil In lodge matter. Ono streak four Inches wide will assay In the thou sands. Ten Ions uf ore was shlppod last week. This mine is in tho belt running townnl I'hnrloston, nnd thoro Is sc.ireolya doubt that with depth nearly every claim would prove paling at 100 feet O. . Andorson. avotoran prospector. arrived In town this week from San Diego nfter a trip of several weeks searching tho desort waste near ballon and Indlo for mluertls. Ho found some very rich silver ore In veins near luma. which he bellovos will ho bonanzas when developed. Ho is looking for gold, however, ami will now prospect In tho neighborhood of Yuma for It. Tho HnniuaHnla mining region Is attracting ns much attention iust now as any 1 ortlon of tho mining West, and inoro than nny nthor section of Arlrona. 1 ho llonnnra mlnos nro yielding from $1,HK) to t?.t!00 por day. Tho wasto rock which at llrst was thrown aside as worthless has turnod out ' (UXH) In gold, nt the rate of nearly $1,500 por day. nnd tho new discov eries grow rlchernnd betterasthey arooponed. This season has been pirtlcularly favorablo for that section, ns tho rains havo filled all tho gulches sn that the prospector can llnd plenty of water for his nnlmnls and grass for the-n. Vtllltam Delhi has sunk ninety feot on his claim, all In good, rich gold ore. Tho mlno holds Its course, grows m re compact, nnd tho walls Indicnfo -v woll-detlnou voln of ore. Other claims adiMnlw: hN are looking well nnd promise good things for tho luture. 1 ho new gold find near Hnrrlsliurg vlelds S50 per ton. with u vein from twelve to fifteen inches wide. It grows wider ns depth Isnt Hinod, and tho oro is rlchor than It was on tho surface. In tho silver section southwost of Hnrqun lliila the Levan brothers have struck a vein of silver and galona that assays from $.'50 to $1,000 per ton. l'eter Gabriel and John Toohoy nrrlvel In town on Thursday with some fine specimens of stiver oro. which thev found In tho innun talrs about twenty miles north of Nor'n ranch in Mohawk Valley. They bellovo that section to ho rich In minerals and that thev hnvo struck a bonanra In their now llnd. rho largest body of lodtone. or hlgh-grado iron ore. in tho entire wouthvvost Is oulv a Ict miles lrom Pha'iilx. Tho ore Is magnetln of 11 dnrk lead color, and of considerable hardness nnd weight. The vein is from eight to I'fty feet In thlcknoss, and nvernges fiom 75 tn n) percent, pure Iron. In spot ns much ns a half an ucre Ib exnoseii to tho (,'irface. making t vorv Inexpensive to wo'k. AtlJInok Hawk threo men hnvobena at work for somo time, and a depth of seventy-live feet has been reached by thn shaft, from vrh'ch drifts run each way on tlio load forty feit nt tho lHty nnd snventy-tlvo foot levels. The sul phuret oro of Washington Camp Is no terror in the ej os ot thoso Colorado geiitleinou, who aro accustomed to dividends on oro I.ir iin'o rebellious and not half ns rich. Improve ments of recent yeari In th treatment uf srl phurot ores have brought the product ot theso mines Into market. Mr. Hadley has tltteen or twenty men at work concentrating ore fr"m tho Holland, whoso ore body is one of the wonders ot tho camp The loasers of the IIopo mine. In thn WnlH Dal Mountains, aro taking out conlden'lo liorn sllverore that will mill hetwovn UOU and 700 ounces per ton. Colorado projectors are outfitting for a trip along the Grnnd Cation of the Colorado It is asserted that there are a great many lodges of copper nnd lead In that region that maybe readily got at. (Jultoanumbor of minors aro going Into the Chcmehuovn Mountains in search of gold. A ORAXD JUM! TALKED TO, fudge X.lpplneott Wants very Tntr En forced In Ifudaon County. During tho trial of Patrick Daglcy of 83 Mon roo street. Hoboken. for assault and battery on Pollcoman Gebhard. Judgo L'.pplncott, sit ting In tho Court of General Sessions In Jersey City, took occasion yesterday to give tho Grand Jury a largo and caustlo pleco of his mind. The present jury is known ns the "gilt edged" Grand Jury, because It is composod of eminently reputable and rospeetablo citizens. On tho first Sunday that tho Hoboken police attempted to close tho Hoboken saloons Tollceman Gebhard found Patrick l'.olll5Js place at First and Harrison stroets open at 3 o'clock in the morning. Ho went In to ar rest Rellly and was nssaultod by Ragloy. who was In the barroom. Bagloy was Indicted, but tho Grnnd Jury did not act In Hellly's case, nor In tho ensos of any of tho other saloon keepers who were arrested. The Judgo displayed considerablo fooling. He is usually calm and self-possessed, but on this occasion he spoke sharply and emphasized his remarks by bringing his clenched list down on tho dosk. He said In part: "Iteillywas absolutely rostrlctod from sell ing liquor on Bundiy. We. tho Court nnd jury, havo takon a solemn oath to enforce tho lnw as far as we can. Of all things in tho world, wo cannot say that wo will ovorlook these things, as that would bo moral perjury. If the sontiment of tho people Is ngainst this law let tho poople elect Kepro'cntatlves to ro poal It. The moment tho court and jury ovor look the violation of ono lnwoneroaehmonts will immediately bo rondo and other laws will be violnted. Let us not bo lod astray by ridi cule on the part of somo. cr by tho notion that there is a hincln law on our statute books which can be violated. "Let It nevor be said that a court and jury In this county aro too cowardly to onforce tho lnw. liomember. too. that It wo allow one vio lation, wo throw down thegates for the admis sion of all moral transgressions Thcrolsa eortain portion of our community who hay that the oourt cannot enforco eortain Inws. and that the Prosecutor cannot prosecute violators. Very true, and why? Because wn havo a body of men In this county that will not indict a body that Is not rosponslblo to nny higher authority. Liquor is not Uko a piece of meat w hich your family noeds. .-"The sale of liquor on Sunday Is an Indictable nlToneo. but whother lndi"tnhlo or not It Is illegal, as it Is forbidden bylaw. When ou llnd a saloon opon at : o'clock in the morning with beer on tho bar nnd men In front of tho bar nnd a bartender In a white npron I ehind tho bar. what do jou, ns men of common sense, conclude Whatever you llnd conclusive to your minds ns men is conclusive to jou ns jurors." liugley was convicted. IIudon'a Ilvrly lltilf flour Iloza and "Wlldcnts Fighting an Top or lllm. JVem rto W. ymff ItepmUic. rAnis. Tex., June 2. A lively experience on tho part of n hunt-r is reported from tho Lit tle ftiver Mountnlns in tho Choctaw Nation. Tho man. WiJIe Hudson by nnmo. was out with his dogs cat hunting: a trail was struck, and after a sharp run tlio dogs "treed." When Hudson camo up ho found them out otslght in a cavorn whose entrance was In a low rock lodge on tho bank of n ravine. Feeling satis fied from the din inside, and the fact that tho dogsvvero not driven out that they had cor ralled nothing very dangerous.ho took a good sized club and. leaving his Winchester out side, crawled In to join his hounds. Borne ten or llftoen feet back thn cave wid ened out Into n sort of chamber, and on n ledgo running neross the back ond wore lying two "bobcats." Tho dogs could not unite roach the cats, whloh woro drawn well baekonthe ledge, and contented themselves with growl ing and clawing tho nos.i of any dog adventu rous enough to leap against their perch. While the cave vvidoned sldewavs and up ward. It was still narrow from front to back, nnd when Hudson got Into tho opening he found himself within short rane of the game. At his appearance the cats ho,'antosplt nnd el vw the rock angrily, while the hounds, en couiaged by his presence, mado frantic efforts to-et at tlio"virmlnth." , A , .... A Afraid to back out. fearing to be caught If the cat-made a rush In the narrow entrance. II11 lsnn made a virtue of nucHsMty. nnd, hug ging the side wall as closely ns p inslble. 'truck thecit nearest him on the nose, knoeking it Into the mldt of tho pack. The other cat jumped off nhn'it the same time, and both suc ceeded in gotiing clear ol the dnss nnd out of tlmeave. udi-oti was fur a while tangled lip in I li". light, having been tupped upln 11 dog. and tho whole erovvd or cits and do ts claw -d find f night jver his body. When the last dog had gone jelwngout of the cave he crawled out and was ilniightiwl to find that tho hounds had caught and killed both cats within a short distance. Hudson has tho torn and rent hides, a tatterod Milrt. and somo scratches as tro phies of a lively half hour. An .Ippriipilnte r-onvrnlr, Voi V Ckrvjn Ikillv IWtvM, "Gone forever !" ho slghod. laying down his Inst coin, a Jin gold pleen. "Thoro goes my only eagle, wings and all !" jes. iild thohnsim.Hsllkn man who hnd cillcd. us hi. hand m ovoraiocolpted document. but you can keep the bill, you know " The Trin I.ixiilUr I'rJnrlpl OMhrpUiiliiiiiedliiiii inmrtiir i..-ll.j int rem ly Mruti nr fio lot. ,,,,, 1 l.tii'i" .'fflr I fnlliflnimi.il t)uiTi mm,. h , iirnii c-rii 11 - ev lr.mmni minora iwluiiom, un ntiy nnl uie linn . ro peniiMiciiili injurirj. ntnt well luferiinl. eu ( i lujL Iruo rnil ouly, JJuiuMCHmJ by tlm I NOTED ALOXO TtlK 1IUDSOX. PccutUrltlen of the West Ilnnk netvreen Kingston nnd Albany. Along tho wost bank of tho Hudson, botwoon thorlrorand the mountains, thore Is a popu lous well cultivated, fertllo roglon. stretching from Albany to Kingston, that has almost no young men. It has boon stripped of tho men between twonty-ono and thlrty-Dvo years of age as If a rigid conscription had beon en forced, and they had all boen taken away. Differing from Now England, whoro Fronch Canadlans and tho grown-up sons of Irish Immigrants have taken tho places ot tho young mon of tho old Yankoo stock, tho counties of Albany. Greene, and Ulster havo beon denuded of tho young men who woro born thore nnd nonohascomo in to take tholr places. Tho cities havo so absorbed the young mon that It is a question who will bo loft to Inhabit theso farms whon tho hoads of tho famllloanovv living thoro havo dlod. There nro many girls and boys, plenty of children playing around tho farmhouses sot back from the main roads. It is old for nny ono who lias boon accustomed to se3 the crowds of young men nround tho corners. In tho pool rooms or saloons ot Albany and Troy, Ncwburgh and Now York, to note tho differ ence In tho ngos In tho croups that ono finds In old Dutch villages llko Cooyranns (pro nounced Queomuns). Coxsackle. nnd Snugor tlis. A majority of tho men havo cr.iy In their hair, and thoro is nn unfilled gnp bo twoon them nnd tho boys of eighteen. Those boys, too, are looking for an oppor tunity to got away. They will ask tho t-trnn-gors who pass through whother thoro Is not somo job they could got In New York city. A fewyoarsagotho tendency was for them to leavo their farms to go to the small towns nnd work In tho t-hops there or to bo elorks In a country store. Their ambition hns grown. They are not satisfied with the 'villages of a few hundred or n few thousand Inhabitants, norcvon with cities of tlio slzo of Kingston and Nowhurgh. Albany or Troy Is ns small a placoas they care to go to. nnd their goal Is Now York. Many of them havo an ambition to boa Now York policeman, nnd most of all to become n detective undor Superintendent Dimes, whoso name Is familiar to them. Many more want to bo reportors. because they havo heard that reporters go evorywhero with out inylng for it. and an unlimited number of theatro tickets nnd railroad passes Is tholr crude Idea of happiness. With most of them, though, it is a longing to get nway and to go to the great city where Jay Gould and tho Astors and the Vnnderbllts live, and to return somo day In a private car on a M'eclnl train. Usually tho start Is made through some relative nnd an uncle or a couinora brother-in-law who lives in Now York Is usod as a stepping stone When ono goes nnd succeeds. flty go nnd fall, but the one who succeods is almost sure to return nnd build a flno country house or mnke some other dlplny of tho station to which he has arrived, and every boy now growing up thinks he will be one to succeed and not ono of tho fifty. It Is hard to say why this country should bo deserted so steadily. Outside of tho towns population has decreased through the failure of tho sons to stay on tho farm nnd bring up families of tholr own. It can hnrdly I .- attrib uted to tho causes which have taken thn young men from the Now England farm?, for the land In theso counties Is fcitlle. oally tilled, nccosslblo to the cities, and tho nverago of wealth Is high, llxlstenco is a great deal easier for the owner of ono of tho rlvvr farms or a few hundred acres in ono of the valloys watered by the croeks that flow down to tho river thnn for the avorago business or profes sional man in New York who is regarded as successful. It is all the more difficult to un derstand this migration when tho ancostrr of the people is considered. '1 he west aid" of the Hudson back to tho (otskilis was settled by the Dutch nnd a few poor Huguenots. There Were not tlio large landed estates owned by families of gentry which stretch along the enstbank. On the east bank It was only nnturnl that families llko the Van lienssolners, Living stons, Johnsons. He IVvstcrs. nnd their con nections, which owned Units mnny miles square should gradually part with their hold ings and live in the cities, making room for tlio dense populntton which now lives on tho east hank of tho Hudson, and wherce the mi gration of the young men is not so marked. On the wost bank, the people nre descended from small farmers nnd farm laborers who tookupsraallholdings.it llrst. and who havo held them in the mmilv for 11(0 sears. In Pennsylvania, tho German settlers, promptly on their arrival, took po-sesnn of the host farming land In the Mate, and they havo lived on it ovt slnc.i without change, except the oc casional baliding of a now and bigger barn nnd anothor coat of red paint on the llttlo house and big burns which woro h inded down from tho generation before. In Pennsilvania tho Gorman settlers havo kept out uf the pro fessions, business, nnd illtic. Farm'ng was good enough for the grandfather, and it is good onough for the son. They do not oven earn to learn English. Tho Ulster Dutch and tho Pennsylvania Dutch nro not from the same ancestry, but considering how closely allied they nro In rime it is somewhat surprising to note the differ ence In their development. The L'lstor Dutch hnvo produced good lawyers and manyexcel lent business men. Tholr spelling nnd pro nunciation have altered from generation to generation until tho nnmes on the old brown tombstones In the graveyards can be found nowhere else. Itnek of Snugertles In tho Cat skills there is a Dutch church with tho same foundation stones that the original church had. On every one of these stones In a layer above tho ground was cut tho name of ono or th con tributors to tho buildlngofthoorlKinal church. The descendants of these men nttend seivices at that church still, but hardly one of tho names remains. It is a country with many schoolhouses nnd fow now churches, morn drug stores than saloons, nnd enough housewives averse to mnklDg tholr own bmadtopiy I nknrs tn send thelrwagons on eight or twelve-mile circuits. That show how the old Ulster Dutch havo changed, for no Dutch housewife ovorthouglit of tuning bread. The druggist nnd thn dentist nro tho most conspicuous adv rtls-rs. Tho ilista'i -o from one vlllnge to another hns been ninrked off tiy tho druggists and the dentbts. The dentists at every mile nn'iouncc t hat It Is such and such a dlstanco to thelc places, vvhoie teeth will bo extracted for twenti-Ilvocents npieee. doublo prlco If vitalised air li used or if done pain lessly, nnd that a sot of both can lie got per fect lifting and In complete ordor Tor as low as fHusot. Tho druggist In tho snme manner nnnouncos his patent modhdnes one nillo apart on whlto planks stuck in the road much like tombstoneB. Every one Is supposed to know tho road and the distances, as thov hav 0 all been there together so lone. and. oxoept to direct strangers to tho Catskill hotels, tliuro are noroid signs Anyone rambling through this count.-y for pleaBuro should stop at the old Dutch Inns in stead of tho more modern fanciful hotels. Ho will see gray-hulred. smooth-shaven hotel clerks, thn register on the bar, the floor clean from Its morning's scrubbing, a dinner at 12 o'clock with two kinds of meat, three kinds of vegetables, nnd four kinds of dessert, and after dinner he can henr the venerable cltl.'cnB, standing out on the porch, talk about things that happened during tho llev dutlonarv war, with necislonnl aneedotea about the i'reneli and Indian wars. The regular charge is 5'J cents for dinner torn man and -' cent for dinner for n horse. In the villnge of (loojmnns the piopiletor of tho hotol was h iv'nc an ml dition built tn his st.il le. to the onjoyniint of thn gray-haired male po;n.latlou of tho villnge. vvhli li superintended thn enrpen teis. In Coxfcael.ii. one ol the leading eiti. us was having hi-house painted it-llnu. Things like tills an alwiyo Impim'iln'.: u then llttlo to'vn-. andthi'ie Is 11 hick of-ubjects for con Ver.satl jn. The telephone and telegraph wires run along the rni.l, "f courn. hut thei aro n it generally used by thoo'd eliheus. Neither Is tho West Shoie llnllioad, th construct! m of which is within the recollection of tlio chll ilrcn of this generation Thev prefer the boats which go from onu town to another at interval" to accommodate the inhabitants, anil thev aso good enough to travel b If any one wants a change fiom driving In a buggy, borne of the bote's have electric lights, but tlio people who were born in tlm 11 Igliborh id do imi lie'l mi In ulectrl llyc.-et (or other peo- 1 pie tn up runout with, and they dissuade any 1 o'lHtowarl wliom t'ioy hnvo a f-lemlly fiullng from going to Ihese uew.fangled h del. 'I ho old Dutch Units remain In the tendency , of the people to helpi m number, mid to do by colpei.itl in among thems,.ic.b u thev can. ' They havo their own accident nnd insuraneo hucletlos. vv hlch pay as m Hi li as i.'l a w nek for a mini when hois sick and as high assslOO to his widow when he is dead, The value of a horse In the horse societies is between that ot u sick man nnd a dead man. There used to bo a good deal of horse stealing In that country hi men who would come from the eastern P.mkH ami from the Mohawk Valley. Bueiotleu were formed to suppress hoisn stealing by i giving a inward of vlOO for tho thief und f.'O , for l ho 1 ecu veiy of tho horse. ( Aside from the luminous advertisement two other kinds of sign In the nntiiie of iidve' tisemc nis have been iml up m dig th mad In ' the lat few Man-. Tliey inn the rcligioi s o. h irtat onsand the adv Ic- to the world at Inr to fuvor the slnglu land Ux. h.ever pnljited the religious exnortatlons on tho roclu along the main road must uuvo hud u lvid idea ol the reality of hell nnd tho effect of constant reterenco to It. Blgns nro auch as theso: "Itopont orgotoliell." fafvalion It you ropont. Holl If you do not." " I'reparo to bo snvod. Hell Is yawning." Thoso religious sayings nro Interspersed with nn occasional reminder that: "Tho single land tax abolishes poverty." There Is ilttle poverty and llttlo crime nnd fow tramps. Tramps prefor tho east bank, whorothoflnocorJfclryplncosiiro. In thowlnter whon theblg Ico housesnro being filled thero Is moroof a turbulent elemont. but that causes llttlo trouble, and comos fromtheeast bnnk more thnn tho west. Cutting ico along tho vvot bank Istho vvlntcrvvork fo' the farmors who care to pleco out their Income of tho sum mer. The Ico houses, have become moro nu merous than even Washington's lp'iidiiuar tcrsnndtho houses the walls of which con tain bullets nnd cannon tinlls vv hlch were stuck there by a Hrltlsh fleet a century ago. Prom inent citizens live In theso houses, and they are nlways glad to point nut the bullets an! other relics of tho Itritlsh too. , Thn little graveyards aio more frequent thnn the little villages. Thogrnvestones nre close togotherundornfew trcos in the corner of n Ids field, the way that the brood of chickens cluster In tho van! of the house. Tlm grave yards contnln tho records of the family in the timo its founders settled in Ulster county to escnpo religious persecution nt their bitth place or factional disturbance, in Albany. QVI.KX LOttttK'S JIAMK Ojpales Who Think Ihnt Ther Are More Mimed Acntnst Thnn Hlnntnir. After sevoral yoars of absence Queen Coroo's gypsy bnnd has returned to tho northern part of Horson county. New Jersey. It is now en camped in a thick wood of low trees between Waldwlckand Saddle lllver.and the residents of Wahlwlck hnvo not wclcjined thorn very hosplt'ibly. They bad almost forgotten tho previous visit of tho Lund, or only remembered it to hopo that It had wandered so far that Its return was Improbable. Tho averago gypsy may drift a long way, but. sooner or later, ho may bo relied upon to BWlng around tho ramo circle: and. us the nbsonco of tho wnnderers was much longer thnn usu il, a swaithy malo momborof tho bund was asked why the band had kept away so lone. "Well." hu drawled, as he lav on tho grass nnd chowed a bit of clover. " I shouldn't have complained about It or told you If vou hadn't asked tho question. Tho plain truth is thut ronioof our hafses woro stolon when wo wero In these rarts before." That was startling Information, bocauso it Is tho gouoral opinion of tho farmers living east of the ltamapo Mountains that tho shoe is on the other foot A fow yoirs ago thoy suffered greatly from tho depredations of hor-o thlevos, and the gyp-le.i wore not wholly above suspicion. Their failure to return when thoy wero due was construed unfavoraMy.and more than one person who lind lest iorses 'trolle.1 down to tho encampment to oMimlno their stock. They saw 11 limit thirt vun tine nnl i.ials. but none that they bad ever seen before. "I'll tho gioat boly of tho people about here are honu6l enougn. the man continued. pntronl7lni.ly. "'i hey would not stcil any thing fiom us, nor wo from them, luit thero was ono arch villain who vvns entiielv too much for us. His name was Jerry Morius, and every ono about bore knew him. Hn lived by stealing hoiscs. an 1 he was so shrewd that he generally got sately uwui with his booty, nnd did n)t return to the neighborhood until all tlio money for which he hnd sold it was spent. Then, if lie could not lie out of ills trouble he begged off, At last ho exhausted the patience of the Bergon count) farmers, nnd he was obliged to go into New iork Mate. There he tried to pursue his old trade. Hut he stole only onu horse. He was arrested and convicted Hols nowservingn long term In bins Mng. nnd the news of his imprisonment encouraged us to couio back hero nnd try to sell to the farmers a few horses to roplaco thoso that Jerry stolo from thom." Jerry htorms was tlm most daring and adroit horso thlof thnt liergen county over knew, and when ho was captured, riding a stolen stood, his plausible tongue and tho restitution of his plunder invariably secured his pardon, for the Hereon county farmers aro not stony-hoarted. He developed a dispo sition to take horses by force when strategy fulled. It would seom to be an easy thing to steal somo of the gypsies' horses. Every dnythe fat, handsome animals wander far from tho encampment, apparently ungunrded. brows ing along tho roadsides, nnd U"er seeing an open gate 01 a broken fenco without stepping in to compare the Hav or of tlio private herbage with thut of tho hlghwavs. At night they nro neither tethered nor hobbled, and daylight in vatiably llnds mnny of them pasturing on lawns and In gardens. One man whoso smooth front lawn had been damaged by stray horses complained to iuccn Coreo. and sho nttempted to console him by telling him that whatwaB tn be would be. and that a thing done could never bu undone. To even up inattors she offeied to toll his fortune, either br tho sturs or by palmistry, as his faitn might dictate. As he was unablo to decide which source of inspiration he rolled most fliinli upon, ho simplv swore at royalty and went aw.iv- unenlightened. For h) joung a woman Queen Coreo is a despotic woman. Sho demands implicit otiedionco. nnd from loud commanding, when she has required the loial service of hnr sub jects, her volco has grown so hoarse and mas culine that, from a distance, it might readily bo mistaken for thnt of her husband. Tho Prince Consort has little power whon she hap pens to be in a sulky mood, bhe Is 14 years nld, and sho succeeded her mother, who died last jear. Tho old Queen's remains wero burled with Imposing ceremonies, und her successor selves even opportunity to describe the obsequlos. and to express a hope that similar honors mav 1 o paid to her. After the late Queen's death there was somo danger of n revolution, f ir the trlbo was dlscoiitentoil: but, as a republican form of government was n thing that had no precedent among gypsies, the idea was abandoned, and as tlio voung ruler is the mother uf four children, tho lino of succession is socuro. Queen Coreo does not believe In education, although she has great faith In tobaoco. nnd she allows tlm chlldicn of the tribe to smoke clay pities that are often nearly as long as themselves. Sho dies mot of tho marketing for her subjects. Tho bnnd, which is divided into two sections, lias about llfty members. The men aro fairly well clad. Thn drossos of most of the women urn torn, nnd they nsk tho women of the neighborhood to raoud them. If that requet lie deniod. they offer lace of their own manufacture for tho use of a Bowing machine. Odd nnd End or "port. J. Y.-Sul!lmn 1 eat Kilraln In urnuudi, 17mtnnte. (orife Felilnnn wautfl t nptU II bby Bnrni for tb ln,i?el nrs any chili oitera. TlnsXmlfrA A til hold inrmbrrs' camci en Jnn is a tbr iirem. die? Itin W-tsiii A C Miilebfiliter Jnckimniiml (.nlfre fonrht nineteen rojndu in ibe riiUturiiia A. t Jiunonnn l.rnrire II Corbolt and hil-aln mt In a ilx-ronnd boxmir inntem for point no ir .Nov Urlram, and l ur belt in II e ilerlntun. Scmrcln. June a "allnr" llrnirn hf RrnoVlj-n II In training at smith i'urtntiinuth trtttln? read) to uieit JaiL fnlluli at Cone) Itlmid about June jn JUke Leonard and V lllle i"l irk hni e been mntcbe.1 to fbt fifteen fiund. at Ibe I ..lulnlili A, !" exhibition to be held ul tbo Atlitnium, UriHklyn, Monday night, June 20 Tommy Olllen. tie Fourteenth ward boy of tbt citr who left New Mirk to )tir an a u 1 is-pound ld. bin niled rut very much, and it flitlitliig men In the Went at IS.", pnundu California Jack Dempiey li amouir hl recent n,i onenta Mlli n made a nne bo. lucr nKJdnst Deiiipee), bo once beat Jark Hopper The annual alline race and ibe trial racet, from the renullior Willi li n cleft n Jer of the International Dial lelmaCup will be nebclid lire to be (tilled nit the club boureat the Henionliimt 1'ier i.nnrmid I'.ar. satin. tal.Junell Tberiicnarenp-nloallcaLoeuieii En trice received up to lime ot (tnltlnir There will be a nrt and eiend prlre In Hie regular nlliriTace. Oeorce VVIilrtler. who clallim the title of champion water walker if Ibe world, rniye that he win walk inn ihennleran) dl.iance usul'iit an man In America, any ttile. Inr t.'.OO a i'le IJ would l refer to meet ,1'rof John Mnllnrd uf l . inula Whlnler'i nhoee ar nude or rulibei unl call be carried In hl pocket w lieu net intntid He lli imwatir at eailly at a man walla oil land r-ehool (hnmplnn nt Tennis, The lntrri'io'ale I.iwn Tennii AMoclatlon'a an nonltoiirnainci t held at ileilele) dial, for the cbam I iMiifbln r f the rll) hi bool resulted an follow t. Biiislci-I'teliin.nar) Itoninl J I.. Taller, llerlel.'y, beat P w Muipn Parnarl -4, 0-5, E. Moeran, Jlerktlc) bent II T I'alne, Irilli. ti) itcfaulli O T, Mcle la. l utlrr beat l I, Vlclailll, Cnliiiubia Oram limrsrhoii. M defalill, V. Walloll I'alliaen, Ihiii Rjth ini. lr 11 y.' ' 'T-HTV . ,'rt l"""",-,ll",a l.yilelllllll Mnermi beat Mrlmlaa. I.-.' 11-4, Walton lieal Hi rrwm I'nlulnb a llraininiir, 01. II I, s. i. riowrl.. Hirli.e). l"l r" II lllle. Harvard b) de rn ill h. Vnliiitnie. fuller, beat VV, Her fir llerkelo. (1-1. U-.I A I. hint. Ilerlel,, beat J Kiioi I'ulliaell.il-'-', U-O.f I. Slmpi-in, Ilarnaril, .eJt I I- ,,11'xert. llerlele). bv rtefaull f colli llniinrt Mncrnn bent Taller, 11-1. II-.1, Wnllon wi li bl deta It. Iiiinir txat Valentine. It 4, C J, lout heat Ni'ir"'i U 0 1. Third l.ound Mneran i -it w i I I. 04, heat beat Ibis ere. -' il, il ' ll I mal I'o eel-Unit lie It Mneran 8-a. f i 3 potltlte I'rilllli.nari lliiund Taliham and hanl. ilerlel) 1 b)l J hno ant M Wnlii.n, rntliren. 3 j. I-.? Ileal Hound I.aphuiu mid hent beat Nlcliolai nud Valentine, Cutler, -l. -4 J'or Ibe Teunln Chiiroploualilp or Ncrttiern Nevi Jrrnej, Theofenlnr tennta roatcbei for tba club chaciplon ahlpof the Inter-TowiiTintili league of northern heir Jeraey were pla)ed on Saturday afternoon on tba court nf the llnholui Vallej TeunliClubat Itldgewood, J J, Tlernateatanta In the twoeren'a raen'e tlnclea anl dmibua wire reiireneliiailiea from Mm l'rtalo l.ln Tiioe.l tub nil I me li iIiiikU Vabe) l.lim.l luti. ami the latter lubwullb) Imu matil.e lu notblliir The ei ore follow; Vim a rllL. -A I'll II V T I'. I clt Ibitid III. 1 U , i' i!JI IW I ll-J Vi 0 k lloub 1 Wj lonandJ'illlle'n II V, 1 I'.beat WmiMil! 1111 I U'tl iliklou. I" I. T I' 2. . : 1:. A rcutn mi'i'li nil I 'l)ed between rrureecutio llreeit ibuanui'ilub on batuiUa), June Jo, va Ibe cuortl ul the I'aaialo Club. A LANDNAIIK GOSE. A Fnmotm Knoar Where JMO Deer 'Were Killed. Itoui.rrrnt, Tn.. June 7. The cuttlnmlown of the dead trunk of a largo wild cherry tree In n meadow on tho old Loroy Lyman farm at Roulette- has removed a landmark that has beon a familiar and rovorod one for more than half a eontury to tho door hunters of northern and northwostern ronnsylvanla. It stood at the lower odgo of the field, near the Coudcrsport road, nnd not moro than a hundred yards from the Lyman fnrmhouscbut It In behoved that not loss than 000 deer woro killed as thoy bound ed by It on their way from tho hills north and oast of It to tho Atlogheny Klvor, only n few rods away, hum lug to throw tho hounds from tho soont In tho rlvor's gliding wators. and hundreds more safely rnn tho gauntlot of tho hunters standing on tlio runway, nnd escaped to thorlvorand bo to tho mountains on tho southward. This was whon door wero still abundant on tho near-by hills, and ono or moro could be started any day during tho hunting season. Tho old Chorry Treo runway was ono of tho most famous of alt tho doer runwavs in this part of tho State, where famous i unwnv s nnd licks wero numerous. Whon It llrst camo Into promtnonco tho woods had not all been clearod awnyto make tho field. It was tho natural und most convenient outlot to tho river from a wooded hollow on tlm north, nnd from tho high hills on either side ot the hollow. Startled by the dogs from tholr rotreats and feeding places In tho hollow and on the hills, the deer at once mado for tho opening at the big chorry tieo. Lerov Lyman, tho groatest of all ot Pennsylvania's gioat hunters, usually sta tioned tho lnooerlenced hunters nt this great runwnv. for tho runway was so sure to see tho fiasslng of fr jm ono to half a dozen door with n halt nn hour after the hunter started into drive tho rldies. that by placing tho tyros thero he gave them an opportunity to bag tholr game that would not prosent Itself In a more difficult situation. As many an eight doer have been known to go bounding one alter another past the old cherry tree, nut it was In the merciful days buforo the Winches ters c.imolu. and rarely more than ono deer fell at the crack of the hidden hunter's rlUe. The last deer that ever sought safety by way of thj old Cherry Tree lunvvny camo down from thn hills In tho fnll of lhso. No sign of doer hnd been seen it their formr hnunta on those hills for sov oral v ears before. The hounds started this ono fiom somewhere back on tho rldgo. Milo Lyman, son ot the old hunter Lerov, was nt White's More In tho v lllage, a quarter of a mllo nway. Ho hoard the having of tho hounds, nnd. stopping to the storo door, saw the deer bounding down the hill toward tlio old runwnv. Ahorse nnd wag n stood In front of the store. Murckueper Viilte Is nn old hunter, nnd his gun was tiehlnd the door. Youiu; Lyman seized the gun. untied the hni-.e. jumped into the wagon, ami put the horse on a dead run to head off tho deer at tho runway. Tho dcr hnd passed tho iroe, bounded across tlio road, and wis half way ncn.si the stp'tch of field between tho rond nti'l thorivor wlion the horeo reuched tho run way : but i.ymnn's bullet overtook it. nnd It fell dead .it the river's edge. Tho door was a big. fat doe. as lino a deer as anv of Its 500 predecessors who had met death at tho old Cherry Treo runway. And It w is the last. The old troe wa-dead when this last deer was killed, but Leroy Lyman had such a roverenco for it. for Its history and as u landraark.that ho would not permit it to bo removed. From the ground upas high as ten feet the trunk was one mnss of bullet holes, relics of tho hunts of half a eontury. Old Mr. Lyman died in 1H8J. but his wishes about the deeailngtroo were sacredly respected until this spring, when tlio tottering trunk became a monaco to pnsscrs-hy. and of necessity the old landmark was removed. Carrier FlKeonn for the Navy, from tht &Himnrt Su. AxxiroLW. Juno 2. Tho United Stntos prac tice ship i-'-otistetlation. which will sail on the cadets' summer voyage Monday afternoon, will havo aboard a number ot homing pigeons, to be usod as means of communication be tween tho shlD and points ashoro. Tho birds n ill ba liberated at intervals and nro expected to bring official messages from tho practice vessel to the .Naval Academy, wboro a loft or cote has recently been established. If the experiment should prove successful tho Government will probably find It profit able to the navy to encourage the homing pigeon service with tho small appropriation needod to carry out the plans of the projectors ot the enterprise. At present the facilities for training birds at the Naval Academy are limited, no Government appropriation being available. At Fortress Monroe, tho llrst stoo ping plaoo of the ship, it Is possible several trained birds from linltimoro. Philadelphia, anil New iork will bo taken aboard ami later despatched with information from thocrulslng grounds. Tho headquarters nt Washington will also bo posted of the whereabouts of tho vc-sel through winged messengors from that city. A loft of blicls to accompany the ship will no doubt bo sufficiently trained toward the closo of tho vojago to bo useful In convoy ing messages ashore. The practicability of the homing pigeon son ice has been satisfactorily tested by com munication with the ships of war anchored off Annnpolis and from vessels plying bo tween lSaltimoro. Annapolis, and other points. If these experiments should bo successful thoy will demonstrate tho possibility of a ves sel cruising along the coast at a distance of over Iimi mllcB. wiiere no other moans of com munication would bo possible, to be kept in constnnt intercourse with tho shore. This prompt service It isolnimed, would be a great advantage to tho Government. Tho experi ments will be continued during tho entire cruise of tho ship, and will bo watched with unusual Interest A Launch Kan by Electrle Power. A trial trip of the new electric storage battery lannch Electra took place on tbe rasaalo Hirer lait Saturday. The reutt wan hlKhly aatlefactory The laooeh woa built by tbe Klectrlo Launch and av1fauon Company of lbt city on line ltd down by C. D Moaber and Wil liam Gardner, and n launched at Bay Kldire on May 14 In appearance the launch la aimtiar to tbe Nor wood. The piwer cornea from aeventy eUht cell of aecondar) battery and the motor la 12 hore power Tin launch in but t o Spanlib cedar and polished. She la 31 feet lntit and feet wide, with a draught nf Slinchf slut will be keut te Chicago and be ued ai uaamp.t boat at tbe World a lair. l)titner Vtistierexiecti to create a rentatlon with a wondertul quadruple eipaneton engine for a boat which l.veiiiidrr Vlrlght la now building. Kvery part of the eng no which can conitutent!) be made botlow te tobebured out of ttie o'l I nice for toe purpoee of obtaining Uglitnefs loinhlned with strength. Tbo cumuli) will del elop 000 borne power. Conttnnonw Tennis nt Orange. A nnrelty In tennti la tho continuous handicap to irnanent of the Orange Lawn Tennla Club, the open Ingconiept being pia)id lust Satnrdsy. The player winning ttie greatest number of ifames will receive the sterling slher cup offered br Prealdeut Charles A. Munn. Kvery plaver Is required to content three sets with each iitber. The opening conttsts resulted: Irani T. Miles, lis MS, beat vvilliatn Kyle. balMB. n 1,3-0. r. 7.11 , lotuk 'M Ksmee to in r.obert llaire, half lp. and two bisques, beat J. W. Wood, half J6. 7-fs0-e.il , total, lw camei to JB. T. 8 King man. Jr. JS. bent llolcombe Ward. IB, 8 l n 1.8 u; total. SJ gauiei 10 in h, 11 Johnson, halMn, nnd one Mauue lentil A tlritTln. half 10. It 1, . 7 li, total. 17 i uemn IS Uaorge Miles. IS, beat U. C. Huskier. null-15, U 0, (1-0, total. 12 garnet to O. Onmea or the T. M. C. A. The Voung Men's Christian Association held games on the grounds at ICOth street and Harlem Hirer on Saturday last, bnt a poor track was a hindrance to the sport. The results were i One-hundred yard Hon Pead heat between U. Can field, y. lohoonot the Twenty-third street branch, and II. Sinllh or the Harlem branoli lime, II second. Tsishundred and-twenly-yard I'.un WonbyO lieuea. Vnrkrllle. II Smith. seronJ; K, Cohoon, third. Time, T, l',"i seconds. Ilalr.nnle Kun Won by K, Oohoonj J. Ilrown. Harlem, sirond; II. Cantleld third. Time, 2 inlnutts 14 .& sec oudii limning High Jump iron by C Items, F Ratrel. Tnentj'tblrd street Pranrh. seiond; vv nrumiiioiid. Voikville lirancb, third. Height by winner, a feet n lucl es lulling Twelie-pound Fbot Won by T Galrel. ills tame nil feet llsi inrhen, vv, Williamson, Harlem 1 ranch, second, r. iteues third Amufetie llimrltnll Reel(er, Among the many amateur clubs In this city and sur rounding places, the following ore anxious lourrange gnmep. The list lnclud-s a number of Junior organiza tions whoro pla) era a erage from la lo o years! -nleiiana of thj llno.lyn Catroilc I'burch I'sru will p ill an) club at 1'aliarale, on July 4, Jl. J, Me nrtln, t '' Bji-liwlck aieuur llrooll) n. Illdraullc Wails I a. Mi ill t'lub woull like to bear from all shopieains in Hrookl) n or .Sew Iork for Sat urdays In June. July and August Charles helson, jio.2boi'. llldrnullc Works llrooklyn. oril'iercy A I . bale Jmid 11. ".'. July 4. A M and p, M and ai and Aug ao o it u for niii-oMown clubs guaranteeing expend . J II Krehbiei, manager, l,4d ,rlligli)liaieni.e, lim sum A I' will pi--) Saturday and Sunday games with good out rf tea n ill hi giving suitable guaraiiteei. John Ib ikn mini- r, 17b Chambers et , aw lurk. sun Insurance (ithie Hiseua'l Club will play alt clubs representing Insurance eomt'-inlrs IL I' strobel, tare oteuu insurance olllce, M 1'lue slreet, New Tork. Bt'.UthS ntOU HITS JELLQUAVU. Fire destroyed tba mammoth sewer pipe works of Roams' n lirutbers at Akron, 0, last night. Ist, f 1 1X1 000 The President signed yesterdai tba bill granting a pensiou tn ri senator tieorge W Jones of luwa far ser vices In Ibe Indian war or lri4 James riitrmi'ler, ibe difniiltlng trevsurer of the t'lster i em I -at mis ln,iini ion, wan rrarirsted at Kin.'. Inn on VI iiidai night Julge Kiln jrds refused to rt'tti fe bis ha I on the perjury indu tiuenu, and Of trantler nasti eked u.'i Auburn. N V voted )esterday on the question whether the wnlrr aupp'y should uerearicr ne cull trol ed by the munlcipaiit) or by a corporation as heretofore. 1 he result was 2.H27 rates fur municipal usrsersUD to 030 acamst IV. TIRE DltlLL CAME IX Jl.l.Sni. The Pnplln In the Tiventr.rnnrth Street Hchool Thnnshtlt Mil Prnetlre Drill. Flro was dlsoovored In a closet of ono of tho lower class rooms In Orammar School -15, In West Twenty-fourth street, at 1 S o'clock yes. terday aftotnoon. Tho principal of tho school was notified nnd ho rang tho flro gong, l'vory to-icher nssomliled hor pupils on tho landings, and all marched down, in orderly, military fashion, to the street. Noarlynll thought the obiect of the llro signal was to turn them out foriirnclleo. The fire, which was trifling, was put out by I Ireman Ticrnan ot Hook nnd Ladder Uun pany No. r who hapioned to bo passing tho BClljOL Htnrliamen nt C'reeilmnnr, Vtore than flflv men it tbe Third llattallon of the Twenty second I'tglment who practiced on the Stale rifle ranges at Creedmoor on Mi nday succreded In quail, fylna; as marksmen Tho da) waa fair, with a light wind. The scores Field and Stall oftlcera rapt, liurnton, 41 1 Adjutant H F Hart. 35 l apt H K llraib .'14. r,ontominlMlniit'l stall sergeant VV I. Ttnrellemaa. 40: Sergeani Major H. ,i. viurpliy, S4i Sergeant r. s, Wehrle, ai' S'tgeant It J. beior. RO, ordnance ser geant K, I' rleclier, nj Coinpan) C, Lieut M C Murray, fl. Corporal P. M. Davids in nr. Private J O Itiiuatnore, ,11 Prorate K Strong let, 1'mate K. II -.'uboe 8J, Curporall . Cull rcr ,1g. I'rllatel' II I.ee ,ll Invite 11 vf 1). Iasar, 31, sergeani I) W Fan-nt. 31, Private J spat I ling. ail I'rlialef Anderon, .'II Cant J ll II 1 lllleielahU .11, Corporal J. F Koliler lilt I'riiale F J. Aiders .m, rrlvate 1.. syleter, ail, Private II 1. scuneldir, ,10, Private II J, Potter, 30 ( ompaul II Sergeant It. O. Butler, in, Sergeant .1 J Keimetlv, Hs. IrliaieH.W (.aiiiy, ,11. Irtvate u. R Mown, ,U, Cant VI It Corteltoi. ,H I'm ale J II, kelrhura ,11, 1'rlMitel: s Mlld,niiis :,:, Private II. II Stoxll .! Corporal It T .-Ilea. .Ill Private O. (iermundrr, id. Corporal o T. Iliggmia. ,U. Conipib) l.-Cait ,N II Tliuthlon, .17, t'ltinmny F Corimril M Maooregor, 3T. Private II, K nrown. ,'t'.', Compunv i, Private .1. VV Corrlrau, It , Sergeant VI, J spell'uiiii 30, lori'orvIC J. Vlllar. 34. I lent s F Bali. .14: lieut 1 VV, tlsttuti S3, Prlv.ite J livnr, 01. TlliateV V. Wells 3J. Ca.t. II. F. Pi marcal, sjj Sergeant K. I'jnrs 32. l'rlinte X J hi tiriolernf, m , Private.!, c alrn.,11, Pirg-ant vs. A Towiifett I, 31: Private relmer. SO, I'rllatefc. L lord, 30, l'rliute c llerbartlt. ,10 Companu P. F, and C, comprising the f rat bat'allon ofthe Thlrleeuth Itesltie-nt of Hr oklyn undercotn mand of l apt l'av Is ha I n grotday,or rlt'e p-actice on tbe State ranges at Creedmoor elelda) Ihote whomadeOO oint or more rn lhe 3 maiit WO jard ranges, enilthng tbeui to wear uiatksuicn's badges, arc. Held and Stan Officers Capt A It. Jarrett, 32: Capt. nabcork 31. Noiecoinliiiiirloned Staff Sergeant T. VI llaney, 40; Sergeant.1, M MeNerln 41, . Sergeant h II Cntlln. M Comtiany 1) Private C I Maie.,14, l'rliute l, rant, 30. Private F. It lolkart .10, I'rlvateW I. lrlck.,JV, Private II M H-lii, .11 Onarlermaater .-ergrant II V ciackner ,11, I'rlvateW I'lne.Rs: Private,! viaraiious, 37: I orporal V. J Iteill), 40; Corporal II. II Pearson. 34, Private Thomas J Martin, 34; Private II Meeks 34, 1 rlvale C V Heed SI: Private T. F. Hueene) A3, Private T I erka .111. Trlvate II It Lutng as. IJeut F il, I'oilde SI, Ser geant K. J Connette. .12: sergeant F I'. PeVlgne 31, h. rgeant Thotnatt I'hadvvtck, .10: Cortioral .1. I oorden, 32. Corporal I', a Post. .11. Private hltnmone. S4, Pri vate J. V. Iacb. 30, Trlvate (I Howell .11, Private A. J. .Mather, r, .lr,3l. Private C. Arnot, 81 Comnany I Private VI peering. 17. Private II Mor ris 31. invite.! .Voebr.30, Private S ll.Cnwen 31: I'rivateD VV Cue.. 11, 1'rivateJ. W Iiaton.34, Private 1 Freeburtbaueer, ,'M, 1'rlvaie 1- II, Ijiwlere, .1.1. I.leut. J. IE K Ilarlow.no i.ieut (. VI Cowen, 3ti, guarter mafter sergeant Pa-ker.3?: sergeant .L.ltlauvell..17; CorpiralW I), rallerstiii, 3.i, l orporal J, h Cowen,34: Seneant O. I Countabe is. Trlvate F. II Alcott nl; Prlv.ite lludelman 34, Private K J. Anderson, .1.. Ser geant a. P. Cooke, Jr, 3J, Irtvate cl. A. Lutz. 30. Pri vate F, VIerrls 3- l orapiny o Private Cochran, 3.1. Private W. J. An derMii. an, I'rlvateW. I. KlinbilU 30 Private A A, Ilayvranl. 30. ( orporal VI A lluttciu 33: Private F C sturnburg. 32. Private F. K Podge. 31. Cor poral J. n Biteman, 31: Private h Mortimer. 34, Sergeant F. (1 Austin. 3l. Consul i II. Lelssler. HI: Private W II Mlake 3D, Pri vate A. W. Hudson. 31. Private II O. Ileeee, ,1.1: Private a. C Ostrander, 3li. sfrgPan'. J T Ilaxter, 3)1, Private W.i" Cllckner, 80. Trlvate J S Stnckmiin 34. Corporal n F. Miller 35: Prliate VV. P Kae.no. Pri vate h T Uoremus34, Private F VV. Biggs 3.". Pri vate II. I. Ilader, Jr . H. Private (i. It. Illrard ,'M. Pri vate 11. W Lo'.r, 41; Private t. H Adams. J3, Private A. ltoberts aa At the Haiudbnll Conrts. John Lawlor called at Ttig Bcs ofl'ce yesterday to state that be had chanced his mind regarding tbe match between himself and Barrett against Tbil Casey and John Delaney. "fat tlrst consented, and told Mr kleehan so," said Lawlor, 'lhat in tbe event of Mr. Casey objecting; to pla) tug tbe match be. Median, could pick out any other man to play with Pelaney, This was not stated In the articles of agreement, but I meant every word I said, .Now, however, finding that 1 have been misrepresented, I propose to stick to ev ery letter In tbe agreement, and on Wednesday, June 2i, Parrett and m) self will be In tho oourt ready to play Cesey and Helaney " Tne handball tourney held by the members of the Titan Athletic Club of 414 West lorty tlftb street a till on. Tbe games pla) et on sunday night reetilte 1 as follows: J. Watkins.O acea beat J Gorey. tl aces, 21 to IS. J. V Murphy, acratrb. beat .Corey (luces 21 to 12. P Foley, scratch, beat J. WatkUia. li aces 21 to 10, Joaepli Oresler. ,1 aces beat Rd '-trek. 2 ace s. 21 to 17: P, Foley, scrati b, beat VI. sllveretelu. scratch, 21 toIH: J. Breardon. tlaoes, beat J Watklus. (I ares 21 to 2il John Connor's answer to Tommy Donne's proposition Isasfollows' "My brotberTom and mvselfv. ill play Paddy I.awlorand Tomni) Pnnne. and then I win meet Dunne In a single handed matih both matches to be made at one time and each tote lorSlu a side; the double handed match to be played on club da)' ot the Bruokl)n Handball Club, and the other on any other day " There was plenty of good sport nt the Prooklyn Club's court )ceterday. Tom L) nam and Frank Prendergast commenced the fun by knocking out John Cogglns. who Is getting It Into his head that h- can bent two good men. lie may think differently now, bonever. Frank Prendergast and Lvnam plaved a single gr.me, nnl tbe former won by 21 to 17 Lynam made a goo i oiirt. the score at ore time being lit to 2 eg-Onst him. Billy Morgan anil Patrtt k Ltikrmah wrre pitied against Tom Lynam and John Connor, and Hire lively games were tbe result, tbe former pulling off three straight games Jones the Australian champion lias entirely subsided. He bus not pla)ed a first class man since hie arrival In tnlscountr). Law lor a $200 Is still at Ti r M office, and an answer from tbe Australian one way or the other is anxiously awaited Capt, Billy pose lalled to connect yeiterdnv at the Brooklyn Handball Club'e court. Major Cannot!) was there as large as life Tbe latter aa)s that be will not claim a forfeit, but wilt wait another week, Blerciirr Foot Athletes Piny Trnnli. Tbe members of tne New Tork Athletlo Club held a club handicap tennis tournament on their courta at Travers IMand on Saturday nfternoon. Both singlea and doubles were held, and tbe final rounds will be pla) ed off next Saturday afternoon. Tbe scores follow; Singles Mrst round E Hlsworth flftten, beat 11. Cusliinau. scratch, a 2. n i, R it Dunning, scratch. beat J. T. CJulnn. scratch li 1 l 1; John A l,ef er,s scratch, beat Pr o M Ilnmmond scrute'i a 2. (1 -V Vlllliam K. Gilbert, scratch, bent K lllckox, scratch 1. H O; It. C lalr scratch beat u. O. Pl)tT. fl'leen. 0-0. 11-2. J. C. Wilson, nfleen, beat A. M Cox, nfteon.O 2 2 seconl round J. A, Lefferts, scratch beat R. B Dun nlng, srratib. 1 ti 0 4. tt 4. J C Wilson flfteen. b-at It r. I aber. scratch a .1 1 I. U 2; K. F.llsworth and William K. nilletl drew b)is Doubles First round' Howard Cushman and U C. Faber, scratch, beat llr li M Hammond and l Ells, worth tltteen. ft-l,n-2; William K. nilletl and It B. Dunning drew a b) e. JHSOOKI.YX. Mijor Charles K Waters of the Twenty-third negl ment has resigned. He has been connected with the ?iauanal Quaru for eighteen yiurs Acomnllmentnry iliuner was last night tendeted to Bltbop McDonnell b) theold stiitlenls of St. John's I ol lege at the ht deorge Hotel More than eighty clerrry. men and laymen w ere present, A drowned man about 30 years old B feet fl Inches tall, with ttark balr and moustache and clad In a tiluel. diagonal coat, waistcoat, and trnuseis was fo ind )e. terday In the slip nt Pulton ferry. II j bad been tn the w ater only a abort time. At a meeting of the Board of Fducatl Ti. yesterday. It was resolved to erect four new smoov toremorelhe training school from Berkley place to Prima y ,'vcbool 4 In Rrerson street and to Inert ise the salaries or tbe principals In tbe branch primaries 9100 a year. rnllceraan Henry Sims a week ago banded Capt, Karly his shield and announced thnt be would do no more police work. Yesterday Mrs Sims called on the Captain and told hlra that her husband bad deserted her and also that she did not care to tee him again. According tn tbe estimates of thj rarloi s depart ments In llrookl)n furnished the Board of hstlmaie. the amount required lo carry them tnrough for the next flat al year will be Sll.7IMl.lnil, an Incroueeuf orer l-MUflin I compared with this year The total esti mates for tbe ntr und county Governments for next year are $14,038,120. The managers of the Crania Scientific Theatre In Carnegie Music Hall. Hew York, have resolved lo Invite the public eehool teachers of Brnokli n to attend the spectacle. 'From Chans to Man." on Thursday evening or this .ek. at H ir. o'clock, and the malln'c on Sal nrdaynt.1 Any teacher presenting liuorh nrrxmal cr.nl at the box office will be furnished with a tlckit of admission free. Judge Pratt of the Supreme Court has appointed this commission to nx the value of the proper!) atidrrin chlsenif Hie Long Islan t Water Supplv f'ompili) in accordance with enact of lhe last Wi.lature ria-d I owe. Illphilet W IIIUs Illrntn VV Hunt. Ldwaril II i Barllelt. end l.eorge U Herman Tbe city eutlii rltlrs made a contrucl lat vi ar to purchase the moo rlv fur H2VIOX). but Win Zlegler succeeded It, i,stlil"glhe agreeluentlntbeiii.ini. The act rf the Uglslifure I now ensi.les the citv to acquire tliu nroiiertyby con t dtmnation proceedings ' r-S- v 'in attract!- fact In L l tl10 ono ,'iat ' I V Fpi,j long to a thoiO'iKh- . i. j healU-v vvoiu.in. ficP&'n2& nat's hai Tf'11 yVw hove, that's 'what A IvSwr-?. I you'll be if vou'll j 1 L. I tnlco Dr. Vim Va- NV'-wHcVy vorito rn.s'nji n. (VC?",i s'L---v T'10 jviinful diwir vx7 a-i' v ulors nnd diuijoj Jf I TiiVi I ythnt afflict woman- W' I "I ltilul tnaho thorn- " ' ' selvns Been as will as felt Du'l oyos, b bloti l.od or sallow face, and a westod form follow them. Curo nil these ailments and vreaknesses, TCOTlatn ami promote tho proper functions, quiet your nerves, build up your bea'tli and ttrennth with tho "Favonto IYrscriptlon " It doe-i nil ll.co things, n-d more 'i ho sys tem is ii'.vi-rnrate.l, tl o bl x'i enriched, rliii tin'i Improved, melancholy and nervousness diwllei) l'ur ul"erntlons, dlsphcrments, lirnrinrt; ilown scnsTdums, jienolitvi! ;jui.s, ovcryllilns that's l.iuwn as n "female cvmpUir.t," HU an uufailing remedy thi nnty r.ne, amonrj all mejilcines for women, that a jTUarn.jfec. It it taiU to benefit or cure, ia any oise, you have your money back, J INTOLERABLE ECZEMA j Two Hoy Scrlomly AlTccterl Uoe Wm tors unit nil Kcinortles Kail W-M Cured by Ctitlcurn. wl iS'b1 Two of mv boyn wero aerlnunly affecf oil with ? rcyemn. so that It was Intolerniile to bear, f f,W hiidtriedall remcitle by phyrvlclanB.who failed wfl tn relieve hi; but in one month from tho timo 'm 1 hemin UriiiieCI'TICl ll. IIEMi:i)Ii:Sw.wore 1 allvvll. tine of mv bnya hml It about llvo 'S iiioiithn I would li'commond them to all por tit soni so nflilclo'l. , CAl,i:il AllJJll. Vienna, Wnrron Co.. N. J. ' Annoying Eczema A couth mini in the hotio (Sir. Tho, Carter) I had what vv.ii culled tettei or nalt ihoumon hit ,& hand, nnd it hcun spreadlns nnd minoyinrx nil,l.'..'',.'..".,U0.,1..,.,.A"'.r",1"l('ed him to try your , 8 (I'TlirilA llUMKlllIX nnd they entirely ' ?i cured lilni, o ho Ii.ia never had nnithlne Ilka 5 It since. II" Wished me to sii), when 1 wroto, that hu tlilni.s it the best cure for klndlfr i,L oubct. Mre. AN WR'lvLU, ft Bill! Atlantic nv llrooklyn. N. X. 3" Aggravating Eczema i Havlnclmd nn nccravnto3 caso of oczomoott ISt nnkle anil knee ol two years' standlnc, I was j? liidticeil to try your iTTlt I'llA lli;Mi:Dir.8, WS which have entirely cured mo now. I would tjr 1 vvitli cotiiltlcnee n commend them to others fti . slmllnrly allllcted. J. CAUTKIt, Mf h 40 East r.:ld at-. New York. &', S Why Suffer One Moment J! i'rom torturlncnnd dloflcurlnc skin dlieanea, &, when iv Bltiiclo application of thoCTTICUllA, jf5 ill.MKIHKri will. In the rent mniorlty of caioiv. JJVj allo'd liistnnt roliot In the most nconlzlna v5 Itchlnc. hurnlnu. Hcaly. crusted, pimply, and ,m blotchy skin, e-alp, and blood dlseasos, with TM lo-K of hulr. ami point to a spoody, pormnnont, eft'j and economical euro $& Sold everywhero. Trice. CUTICIXRA. 50o.t & n-i ici'ha hoai 2.r.o.: rrjTirruv hesol- '9i ENT. $1. l'repared bv thePOTTEIt DnUtt M AM) CHEMICAL COltl'OHATION. lloston. 4yi a-Senti for "How to Cure kln Diseases." Si 84pHKoft.fi0lllustratlonrv.and UK) testimonials. m I PILII'I.KS. blvrlheads red. rough. cbapiied."and oU flfe J rn skin cund by CI'THJl'llA SOAP, ij HOW MY SIDE ACHES! " &J Aciilnfr Sides ant lUok, Hip, Kidney, and S-fj V&Ht t'ternif J'nlns nnd Rtirtiraittiitm rrllevrd in ?Xl A-l tnr mlnutt by the Cutlcitt AntUPntsi "stfrl I (19 riJir. th first and only lnitAntuieotta m i pftin'k.tutn I'lAittr. m laAVK A AiOM' OF THEIR OWS J m Sedhend Tnrncd Avrny fVom ht Stmdr4 W5 Uo m Hong and Umiee nn (he Htreet. V) Chfirle Follcnbpo, a tall younc man. and 4 Jam os McXauuht. a short younc mau. went to $) the ntaco door of tho btandard Thoatre last ? nlht and domamlod ndmittanco, saylnc thoy M woro actors and wore momhors of tho Mi "rriondfl company. Ab " Friends M has boea m n week off tlm 1 oards, Follensbeo and Mo- K Naucht wero told to t out wj Juht hoton mldnttiht thoy were fioenand 95 heard by a DolIr.mim dnlncan attractive aero- v bntlo and ocal hiH-clnlty on tho Mdewalk, at filxth aenue and Thirty-third Btreot. Mo- 2' NuiiKht wiiH lilnc Hat on his back, Bincinc. and 'W Follensin'o was dancinc A bin crowd Bur- ar rounded them. The po.I.'oman took them to tho Thirtieth 89 Mreet Rtatinn and Sergeant Lane lockod them , up. Thoy will appear before a select audience at Joffurhon Market to-day. Ilcnth of JliiEttstuB Rom, M TheTIcn. AucustuB IIusb, a leading Iawrer of Boston, dlod hist night, aued 05 years. Ho M was ono of tho founders of the old Boston & Yacht Club. Ho owned the larjrost private law W library in MasBuchunHtts, con til nine moro m 'than 5,000 volumes. He was counsel for tho vi Boston, Itevero Beach, and Lynn Ballroad ; Comjiany, and for several theatres and banks Iff in Buston, the Maverick Bank among the latter. u The AVcathrr. V F&trwentbfr pre vail ?! yeiterdaytn the towtr Uk , s. rKtcni nnl tha mlddte Atlantic and New England J States, with a decided decreaie t humidity and tm- erature. ,ffir A. illght storm was itlll central over Minnesota, wbirt It was cloudy and showery In tbe mornlnsr, clearing la Wi tn afternoon. The storm moved east over Lata Mlehl- "!$ pan. A mp ond storm Is forming orer Montana that R$ will create warmer weather in ibe .Northwest far th JS next day or tw , with showers. k In this city yesterday was fair and pleasant. Tha 'yB humidity fell off tofiOper cent; highest tempera tore Wt TR0. lonert C41; the wind changed from northeast t W southeast, averatte Telocity 12 miles an hour. ,K The thermomer at Terry's pharmacy In Tn Sim Mi building recorded the temperature yesterday as fotlowat w' Jfl. 2b9S. JS9J, 2802. 3AM r,M iw 0M)r.M fll 80 W. tIA. M Bla 70 P M -M 7ri 3 HA M .', 7U' HI' 1 M 6l eW 12 M .... M 7012Mld &5 62 1& AvrraiTB 7lW 3f AiernKe on June 7, 1H.1 664 & WASIUHOTOf rOITCAUT tTOR WKDHMDAT. 3K- For New EiiRland. fair weather Wednesday; yarlabl 'Si winds; fair and warmer Thurs lay. S' For ttiMern JVVv Yurk ant .ete Jtrtrey, gtmtr&llf fa4r ii tffathrr; triaHfviwU, $'ig)My irofnirT by Thundty. cfei J or Ohio, West Virginia, western Pennsylvania, and jsL wertern New York, parft' cloudy weather, with llttla m.j or no rain; southerly indi, an 1 warmer Thursday. '9 For MUsourl, Iowa, and Minnesota, winds becoming1 rj warmer; southerly Wednesday, with generally fair i weather; still warmer Thursday, Tj Tor North Dakota, warmer, southerly winds; lo- ray creasinif cloudlnem, with showers Wednesday night Tlr and Thursdn) : cooler Thursday xSa For Nebraska and South lnkota, warmer, gener 'wih. ally fair weather; winds becoming south, show era la k western portion Wedneslay night or Thursday, an4 M wunner Wednesday, Jb joium;s auout tovtsu ml Mnor-nen John M. Rchoflold, Cnlted Btatei Army, Is r' at Die (.Mini lloul Jk' Muitlr In Tompkins rquare this etenlng by Alrta Jaeffur's militar) bnnd. ts' Judice Ileach has tcrantM an absolute divorce to Anna af gtert from Edward s. I nrhert , Tbe bod) of a man was found floating in the North W Rner off Tier 1 yesterday morning O 1'oltce humeon I'lielpH is going to Europe with his j8L Ito on account of her 111 health gf Health Orticer Jenlitis yesterday made Dr. Henry O. h Itoriiffidt a member of mtatl Mid assigned hi in, lo llonmitti Inland William W. Kft4,lS year old. who lived with hie fg farentfc nt (i.'4 Columbus aeuuf. v,tut In bathing at "-W lie foot of West lOHiti s.rtet 51 sterday atiernoon He 9 has earned be) ond his depth by the current aud waa ffl Uru ued. -iffl Morris Spiegel. Importer of wines an 1 Honors at 103 '5 It rond street, pleaded tint guilty In tlie rten eral 6ee- tagf sionsyesierdai to eight indictments for prenrniln & 1ft false proof of fot to eight insurance companies aftar -W a tire In his st.ro Jt Percy I). Crane, who had charge of the salesroom of .'0 Hancock, Keeker A Co , itie JvHfllrrn until March 23, mas arretted )enterday in a trmrge of retalninr l5 fund Oit which he had collet trd for his employers, and 55 waslocked up lu Ludlon street Jrfli in default of $7uO fi? baiL Ss Henry Katon of SOrt Henr) street was held for exam- j ltiatlou In the I i-ex Mnrket 1'olice Court yesterday on 2 , a rhartre of running a polu y hop in the rear of a cigar Jt, store at H4 Ihtrd n ri.ti. A letter was received by e a- J perinunJent Iriiff siunl 'lutialinin" or U7 Third yL avenue MhoasBrrled that he had lot money lu tha 'jj policy shop. Jit lu the rutted States Circuit Court yesterday, befora J ml UalUre a jury gave Ulillaro o'.Nelll a verdiet of m (tii)0 rn.Mti.kt tlie S I ritrland Trmiiial Company. fS it ,Ni j hhh s itching freuhl onto one uf the eom- m pan (limu nt 1'ier 4. l.iitt Ei.er. on Oct 2. ltWtt, M' t.htti the pinuk from Itif duck to thr float frlL Ha M? went down wl b it an 1 pirmantntl Injured bis knee, "W otuptrn ltr M)trs said )estrrday that the tnveatt- 'Xft gntirn 01 iti A-ruunti or flmrttf!e institutions re Wft leivln rit) un ne ) for IU nup, on of children enra- ffl; in it led to thoiu would he roiupleti-d in a few days. -t lnie 1AI11 les in the aicrut.tc f m veral morn of tliera "Ats luive hfin fomitl Tlie Oiacrrpfiticif' the Comptroller VJ nU were vry small and wt re w ithuut doubt due lo T raTcltns bookkttping Th .lohu MpliMnf '.rnWst iartli street, themother of I'oliieman Itohert M hoi who i" hi Uf at a nre A, unutit a month n.u writ to the t' h ItiMrd sa) ing that wj,U kti. hq 11 ,t lixfti ahxulitteM iljf r.lint uim 1m r e n n IicIih) (fen a gr-t lieij to tier hhe ake1 . tt the 1 mrd rn ild aid her 111 un. as Tim tetter was -', rlirred rslmlay i't the tr loiee of II, o mot rouA. J an I th re pit t was snbsequentl) ileuif 1 j UihrielMnith and IVmiIh Klein were tnt to the Island & for fix 11x11 bs estenlay hv Juntnr .. irhi In tbe m llur.eml onrt in default of fVw loud t r their go d 't li'-li'iw.r, Thit wasetpiciatly plrasintr to 1'olice Cap- m tain Vannliurn of Tremont. who arrested Mutth nn K Jim 1k a hurirlar Justim oorhis dik barged hmith ffl for lack of evidence, and Cupt, Washburn wrote a long; w itirobiitof the cae for bis eupenors and the news- ffi pipers Mf William P. II lew s a li'iuor dealer of I'lghth Mlf aveiint a arraigned in Irtfenon Urkt foun yea Mp tt-r 1) I ' itd be-u arrested n a wnrr'tut nMained by w Aifeb' (tttrdner of Ur I'ltrktiurst's soeity The warrant F wpnnerwd li) fipt Ues frfl mii Mundaj nijbt, but jK I-ti trav had, and u uidnl n nlht in tb station. 1fr Twt rhtiri.es w r mule v lola'inn of the 1 xcise Uf raB,f and al w ing wnm n iinslieudel to fretjtient his place f&t lie jravu liittl for exarr.lnatlori on Irliay. T9! M 1$$$ ' ested or want "m. y&ftr th'ng about the f S,laa "BESTCHA'R" J. in las mis wi'je vorld," cill and see It, 4 or seaJ for ll'jslretel catalogue, " MARKS A. F. CHAIR CO., W30 Sreail way, ,s. V., 2 Jf W Uab a Chtcaf.