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   New York Times (Newspaper) - June 19, 1900, New York, New York                                 THE NEW YOEK TIMES. TUESDAY. JUNE 19. 1900.  Ш THE REAL ESTATE FIELD  Sale of a Business Building—Fourteenth Street Store Leased—Plaintiff Buys at Auction.  Slav,sou Zv Hobb.s have soUi for E. H. Ro.ss the four-story Ainerican basement dv.-elilng »314 Vv'e.st One Humlrea and I-our-  teenlh Street.  P L. Benson has resold for A. Mintz a Mr. Grattstein the four-story business building, southeast corner of Twenty-nlntli Street and Ninth Avenue, IbxdJ.  The Clausen c.state is reported to have Rold the four-.story dwelling 10 East Seventy-eighth Street, 215x102.2.  William Rosenzweig and Bernard Klingenstein have bought from a Mr. William the fotir-story front and rear buildings, on lot 2r.x.s7.»>, .TT Allen Street.^  A. Herrmann has leased for James Mc-Creery to .Frank W. Woolworth the store “4 and 2») East Fourteenth Street, lo x”b«>. running tlirough to Thirteenth Street. The lease is for a long term of years.  Results at Auction.  Yesterd,:iy’s offerings in the Trinity Building Salesroom resulted as follows:  Bv Peter F. Meyer & Co.  14S West One Hundred and Twenty-sec-uiid Street, soutli .side, 2.50 feet east of Seventli Avenue, 17.4 by lUO.H, three-story stone-front dwelling:    foreclosure  sale, to the plaintiff, Caroline H. Johnson  ..................   $14,000  To-day’s Auction Sales.  The following sales at auction are down for to-day at Ul Broadway:  TUESDAY, June 10.—By Philip A. Smyth, foreclosure sale, Frederic F. I'erhani, referee, 10 West Eighty-second ,Stre( t. south .side, 210 feet ■ %,e.st of Central Park Wt*st, 21 by 102.2, four-story stone-front dwelling. Due on judgment,  t , «.»J-iJ.    -  By Philip A. Srnylh, foreclosure    James  A. Dunn, referee, :;10 West Forty-sixth Street, south side, IS1.;{ feet west of Eighth Avenue, l.s.p by lOU.."), leasehold, four-story stone-front dwelling. Due on judginerrt, $3.407.  Bv William M. llyan. iiartition sale, Thomas F. 'Donnelly, referee, 174 l.udlow Street, east sid-v 12.Ó.4 feet north of .Sta.nton Street, 24.!» by S*o. fi\e-.<toiv briek buildin.g. with slor«*.  Bv William M. Byau, foreclosure sale, Emil Cioldmark. ix-feree, 1.2::i, 1.2.‘>t;, and 1,23« Brook Avenue, east side. 00.7 feel north of __One Hundred and Sixiy-eiglith .^tr-el, eaeh 17..S by Oo,  ' thiee three-st<iry fraiiU' flats. Due on judgment, on «'aeh. $4.432.  Bv Willi.am Keiinelly. f(.tn elosure sale, U11-hur Larremore. ixaVree, 4;:.S West Twenty-third Stixet, south side, 40o feet west of Ninth Avenue. 2!.0 l*v O.s.rj, five-story brick dwelling. Due on judu!it<-nt,'$.3.447; subjeet to other inortgage.s for .0tot).  By L. J. Phillips <Si: Co.. foreclosure sale, Samson Lachman. referee. ,3 West One Hundred and Thiiiy-fifth Street, nortli side, 11») feet west of Fifth vernie. 1ÍS.4 by UU.ll. four-story brick Hat. Due on judgnicnt. $12,470.  By James D. .Wells. I'oreelosure sale. Pvolland 13 Areh'T, r-fert e. Hunt's Point lioad, north-V - St side, ailjoining ilie laiiils of Elijah P. Mil-ie., 2i;.1 bv 74.<: and irr.guiar, vacant. Du*' on J ...mneui, $;¡.ü.3; s.ubjicl to another mortgage for  Í;y James B. Wells, foreclosure sale, David T.  . I'avis,' refci'oe, St. Nicholas Place, «-ast side, 24.'.] feet south of the centre lim* of One Hun-dre.J. and Fifty-third Street, if extended, running tiuougli to l-Mgt vombe Awnue, 73 by 2<)U, vacant, l ue on judgment, $3,731.  r,y Bernard Smyth A- Sons. ]iariition sale. Hen-- rv y\'. i !(Kjkstaver. ref(>ree. 70 WT'St Foi'ty-i’ighth Ftii ct. .-oaih side, TUJ.S feet w.*sl of Fifth Ave-r.ue. lo.lo by 100.3. «'irlumbia (-’olK'ge leasehold. P-nr-siove stone-front dwelling:    3lS.    320, and  :;22 East Forty-eighth Street, north side, 22o < C ( ast of Second Avenue. 73 by luo.3, three and four-storv tuiek buildings.  f.v p. n r F. Mever A- <’o.. foreelosme-sale. Ed-V, ard i-;. La I'etra, ref»'rc e, T:: East One Hundred ami Tliird Street. n-.)th side, So.l feet west of T'Mi; .\\eiiue, 24.10 Py 100.11 and irregular, five-story iiriek flat. Due on judgment, $2.230; sub-Jv! to anolh* r mortgilge for $l'.).oot).  Bv Ciiaile;- A. Beriiaii, exeeuior’s sale, Kings-rci.'ko- Koad. suulh.-ast corn-r of Cv. slua Avenue. four lots. . a(di 2x by llo; Crestcm Avenue.  < 0-1 sill,., 113 f‘-et souin of Kingsbri<]ge Road, r- c. n 1 >t.s, taoh 23 by 11.3; C.rand Boulevai'd and  < ' dieourse. West Stjde, 273 feel SoUlh of KillgS-fcrldge Road, eleven l>ls. etfh 23 by 110.  THE lU    I)EI*ARTME\T.  of    for    New    StruotureM  jsihI    nil    ions.  Forty-si'v. iilh Sireet, .3(3 to f.o, for a ten-and-ti-htilf-.'-'lory lo'ick uiul stoiie bolel,^ 42 bv 'Ji.ll:    Wtiiter Reid. Sr.. uf 12>2 \\ e.st  «bu- HuiPlr.si and Twelfth Sireet, ovriier; i'nehautiii A: Fox. ;irtdiiteet.s; cost, $2.10,-  'anttl Street, .southeast corner of Chry.s-tU' Street, ter :i four-.story brick store am] lefts, :23..'l by (lb; »7. S. Simpson of 1.2.>.> ido.sioil Road, owner; Alax .Muller, ai'chi-teei; qust, $(».(H)0.  Alterations.  to Gt'orge W. Godward, »mtg $10,000,  M AIHSON 8T,    20x05;    Adrian    H.    Lar  kin, referee, to Abner T. Bowen........  MYRTLE A\'. w s, 1У8 ft n vv of Morris St, »8x150; Richard A. Turner to  Caixjliue W. Turner..........  MUNROE ST, 250 and 252. 40x07; Bomh Goldstein to Abraham Levy, (R » ?4.w). OAKLAND PLACE, s s, 100 ft e of Clinton Av, 47.2x100x47.1x100; C. Adelbert Becker to Friedrich Plrk and another,  re-récorded, (R S ^3).......' VF, bV  SULLIVAN ST, e s, 10.2 ft s of Prince St, 40.4x73x irregular; Jacob Kottek to. Charles 1. Weinstein, (II S $18.2o)..... • VALENTINE AV, e s, widened, 300 ft n of I81st St. 200.2x121.5x204.5x116.3; Ferdinand H. Minrath to James V. Falvey,  (R s $30) .......................  WHITE PLAINS ROAD, e a, Lot 10, map No. 1, South Vernon Park, of Crawford property; John P. О Brlen to  ■James F. Donnelly.............  2D AV, w s, 70.1 ft n of 34th bt, 19.8x<6, Joseph Goldstein to Louis and Henrietta  Go.s.sett. (mtg $12,500, R S $3.50)----....  3D ST. 75 East. 25x96.2; Jacob K^sewitz to Morris Kittenplan, (mtg $30,000, R S    .......  4TH ST.'76 Ea^t.' 25x07.1; Henry S. Rok-«■nhaugh and another to Francis and  Sophie Eife, (R S .$37).......  •    •    •    •    •    •    •    •    •  7T1I AV, widened, s w corner. OO.llxluu, Andrew C. Briner to Emil A. Briner, /\  7TH AV, n w corner of Cathedral Park-wav or 110th St, 70.11x100; Julius Kat-zenberg to Eliza Guggenheimer. (mtg  ll^li'^ST, n s, iW ft ЛУ of 2d Av, Ì()ÒxÌÒÓx irregular:    Rutherfurd Stuyvesant to  Harris Mandelbaum and another........  11ТП ST, n s. 127 ft w of 2d Av, lOOXlOOX Irregular: Margaret S. R. White to Ha*’” ris Mandelbaum and another, duR claim IITH ST, n s, 127 ft w of 2d Av, lOOxlOOx r irregular; Winthrop С. Rutherfurd to Harris Mandelbaum and another, quit  1 ITH ST, n s, 127 ft w of 2d Av. lOOxiÓÓ.v irregular; Lewis M. Rutherfurd to Harris Mandelbaum and another, quit claim. IITH ST, n s, 127 ft w of 2d Av. lOOxlOOX irregular; I.ew'is M. and Winthrop С. Rutherfurd and another to Harris Mandelbaum •■ind another (R S $52.60) ..... . ПТН ST. n s, 197 ft w' of 2d Avy 30x100; Rutheifurd Stuyvesant to Harris Man-  (]*4baum and another (R S $21).....  •    ■    •  IITH S3', n s, 127 ft w' of 2d Av, I»j0xl00x irregular; Harris Mandelbaum and another to August Ruff and Albert Höchster, (mtg $70,000. R S .$15.50)..........  14.3TH ST, n s, 200 ft w of 3d Av, runs n 200 ft to 146th St X w lOOx irregular to 145th St X e 50; John B. Burggraf and another, executors, &c., to Enoch C.  Bell ..................................••  1-lTH ST. s S. 130.6 ft w of Avenue D, 23.1x108, Unionport:    Jennie E. Tiech-  man to Marie Strohnienger (mtg $2,250,  R S 50e) ........................k;';F  19TH ST, s s. 120.0 ft e of 2d Av, 20.llx 92; also 19th St. s s. 100 ft e of 2d Av. líH.9xD2x Irregular; Isidore Jackson and another to Simon Jacobs, (mtg $19,000,  43V) S'l'. 206 and 208, 30xl(io.5j Henry V. Brandenburg to Bates Realty Company.  (mtg $31.500, R S $28.50) NB VB: V’  4ПТН S3', s s, 80 ft e of .'Id Av, 20x100.»; Ella F. Irving and others to Jane A. Lvon. (mtg $12,000; R S $8) ............  463'H S3', n s, 1S3.4 ft w of 3d Av. l«i.8x Ю0.3:    Ferdinand T. Hopkins, Jr- f®  Claude L. Gouraud, Vi- pai’t, (mtg $2.687.  4()TH S3'. R s. 220 ft w of lOtli Av, 2ox 100 3; Christian Kaeser to August Witt.  (mtg $8,(H)u, R S $6)......•••yv.----73 •  4STH S3'. )i s, 278 ft ле of 8th Av, 18x 100.3: Maiy J. Halliday to Henry Dew-  hurst, (R S $12..30)......7 N‘B ■ 1 ‘  533'!I ST, s s, 136.8 ft e of 6th Av, l»>.8x 100.3; Emilv F. and Jacob F. Wyckoff to Edward ЛУ. Harris and another, (mtg     ; •• •  56TH ST. n s. 175 ft w of Lexington Av. 20x100.3; William B. Par.sons to J.  Sea ver l*ag«:-, (R S $23) с • • •; З' ; ' ; ; ’  Gl S3' ST, .36 East. 19x100.»:    Adelaide  Pell to Daniel B. Freedman, (mtg  $14.000. R S $12..3o)---- ..............  72D ST, 307 West, 17xlo2.2: Louise S. 3'homson to Edward Griffith, (mtg  $20.000, R S $23)................; ' 77 ■ T  9->D S3' s s, 20:l ft V,- of Central Park ‘AVest, ’    100.8x0.1x100.8:    Hyman and  Henry Sonn t(j Margaretha Eggers.... . 9‘-D ST s s. 119 ft e of Park Av, 14x100.8. 'caroline Stinson to Frank Eberhard.  (intg $10.000. R S ,$.3.50) ................  П4ТИ S3'. 4'29 East, 25x100.10; Andrea  Uirolli to’ Camill.» I’briaco ......•.••'АЛ*  1173'H ST. n w s. 75 ft w ot Lenox A\, 40x 100.11 : Virginia Brugnelli to Marie Ha-  зг'с'тН ’ ST, ^17^“Eilst.‘ '17.7x99.i’l': ‘ A«ieiaitie D. Jarvis to John Furlong.• T’,.3D S3' n s 2-Í8.4 ft e of <ith Av. Ib.Sx poll; also. Fox St. 1.6.52.    ^.9x100;  Frani-es ЛУ Dixon to Charles H. Becker .. 1473'H ST s s, 90 ft w of Brook Av. 2»x ino- Chiirle.s Donohue, referee, to John E'.aVling and another. I'H ^    • V :  1.34TH S3', n s. .370 ft w of Elton A\. ^»x 100; Sarah Elliott and others to Balthasar SchoppelreV ••••••......1 ' F * 'or  KiSTH ST s s. 206 ft w of Pro.Rpect Av, 2» xl34..3x24..3xi:u:.3; William Robitzek to William (^. Conner, (mtg $6,000. R S $4).  100  40,500  STAVEY. Ernest N.. to Matilda W. Brower; 109th St, s s, 100 ft w of Broad-  way, 1 year.................V'-'B'VF;*    ’  WEINSTEIN. Charles I., to Jacob Kot-tek; Sullivan St, 125 and 127, 1 year 18,-oO  2,600  7,100  2,400  Assignments of Mortgages.  ALBERT, Mathllde, to Henry Heckmann,  guardian, &c ........................;•  ANDREVV, Catherine A., to Mary A.  Myers ...............................  BAUM, Joseph, and others, executors, &c..  to Caroline Haberstroh  .............Nominal  BAUM, Joseph, and others, executors, Acc.,  to John Baum, Jr.....................Nominal  BECKER, C. Adelbert,    to    Horace    D.  Brown ...................'1000  BECKER. C. Adelbert, to    Walter    Powell. 3,000  COLGATE, William, executor, &c., to  Hannah Colgate .......................  COLGATE, William, executor, &c., to  Hannah Colgate .....................  J»®“  COLGATE, William, executor, &c., to  Hannah Colgate .............   •    •    •    •  CLOSSON, Henry B., and others to Ellen  D. Cass, trustee .......     10,»niu  HALL, Robert ЛУ., to John Hall, (3 as-  slgnments) ...................... .......  IRWIN, Elizabeth V., to John Hall..... Nom. IRWIN, Elizabeth V., to John Hall..... No«m LEOPOLD. Fanny, to Theresa Gronau.. з.оии McMILLAN, Samuel, to Central Realty Bond and Mortgage and Trust Company 25,000 MORGEN THAU. Maximilian, to Bert S.  Piiller ..........    l.ouu  McCABE, George W'., to Mary'D. Ross.. 8,500 ROSENBLUM, Simon, to Mollie Weln-  berg ...................................  REID, Michael and John, to Michael and  John Reid and another ...............Nominal  SIGLER. Tillle E.. to Martha E. Sigler... 1.Ю0 SHROPSHIRE. Ralph F..    to Bank    of  America ...............................  3'ODD, Robert W.. to Olivia W. Hall .....».®»®  TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST COM-  pany to Edwin L. Ford, Jr............. -.ow  KEELER. Josephine, to Thomas Scott ----»00  WORl'HINGTON,    Robert,    executor,    to  Emma Bonsall .....    2,000  WORTHINGTON,    Robert,    executor,    to  Emma Bonsall ......................... 1,500  WORTHINGTON.    Robert,    executor,    to  Eleanor H. Decker,..................... 2,500  25,000  60.000  15,500  16,000  16,000  3,800  38—Defararl vs.  Defararl. 30—Kissman vs. ' Pelham Park R. R. Co. 40—Page vs. Wall. 41_Weber vs. Rosansky 42—Maurer vs. Pell. 42—In ГЗ McCrorken.  44—Schlueter vs. Schlueter.  45—Gruber vs. Am. Br. Co.  46—Tobias vs. Wierck.  47—Franchl vs. Stiiia. 4S_Dowe vs. SeÜgman.  49—Ward vs. Kountze.  50—Weaver vs. Weaver.  51—Sheehan vs. Met. St. Ry. Co.  52-Re3d vs. Price.  5;i—Manhelm vs. Manheim.  54—Schultz vs. Mayor,  «&C.  55—Southern    Baptist Church vs. same.  56—Quinn vs. same.  57—Briehoff vs. Police Commissioners, &c.  58—Svenson vs. Mayor, &c.  59—Terry vs. same.  60—Walkup vs. Cooney. 01—Byrne vs. Connors.  CITY COURT—Trial Term-Part lY.—O Dwyer, J.—Held in Brownstone Buildiirg, (Chambers Street.)—Opens at 10 A. M. -Ml cases be tried when reached. Calendar clear. Short  4921—Chadsey vs. Snow-4979—Carl vs, Scannell.  62—In re McClenahan.  SUPREME COURT-Speclal Term-Part II.-Smyth, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M.—Ex-parte business.  SiyPREME COURT—Special Term—Part HI.— Andrews, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Calendar clear. Motions.  1—In re E. 181st St.  2—In re E. 192d St.  3—In re St. Paul Place  4—In re Vyse St.  5—In re E. 170th St.  6—In re E. 194th St.  7—In re Leggett Av,  8—In.re Topping St,  9—In re Fordham R’d.  10—In ГЭ E. 170th St.  11—In re Fordham R’d.  12—Schwenke vs. Schwenke.  14—Browne vs. Cowles.  Demurrers.  1331—A. A. Grlfflng Co.  vs. Tuck.  1349—Fitzpatrick vs.  Sun P. & P. Co. Preferred causes. 5467—Ernst-Marx-Na-than Co. vs. Feldman 4873—Ayer vs. Gill. 5152—Van Wyck vs.  Rlchman. 5410—EarDy vs. Brooks.  13—Eric, Michaels & Co. 5217—Dorkan vs.  vs. Sperry P'lour Co.    Schur,  of Cal.    '  SUPREME COURT-Speclal Term-Day CaJ-endar—To be called in Part IV. Room at 10:30 A M. Cases to be assigned to the several parts of Special Term for trial. Law and fact.  Mechanics’ Liens.  $200  159  1.407  90  12  I 339  15  BERGEN AV, n e corner of 148th St,  —x—; J. A. Toscani & Co. against Albert Rothermel, owner and vontractor... BROADWAY', h w corner of 148th St, 100 xlOO; Brow'll & Smithson against Jacob Bartscherer and another, owners; Patrick Conroy, contractor.................  KELLY' or East 152d St. 939 and 941; Leonard G. Kirk against William L,  Morton, ow'ner and contractor  ..  ST. ANN'S AV. e s. 554.2 ft s of 156th St, 110.6x63.10x110.6x53.9; Joseph Bologna against Frank Mezer, owner; V.  Bonagur, contractor ....................  36TH ST, 506 West; Joseph Rosenthal against Mary McGovern, owner and contractor ................................  46TH S'r, 218 West; Conrad Ochs against Jennie Hencken, ow-ner; Robert J. Mahoney, contractor  .................  •  77TH ST. 245 East; John Sisk against Mo-ses K. Wallach, owner: Anton Esser.  contractor.......  ;  82D S3', 351 East; Oscar Johannls and others, against Moses K. Wallach, own-er; Anton Esser, contractor, (3 liens)... .>» 11 ITH ST, n s, 100 ft w of 7th Av, 50x 100.11; Henry Raabe & Sons against  Ida E. Moore, owner and contractor .....8,306  122D ST, 3 and 5 W'est; Anthony Wood against Etta Bllnn, owner and contractor 1,100 131S3' ST, 44 West: Schnatz & Massoth against Sarah .V. Brown and others,  олупегб and contractors.................  151ST ST, n s, 200 ft л\' of Amsterdam Av, 100x100; George Grossman against August C. Flllot, ow’ner and contractor..  156TH ST. s e coiner of Cauldwell Av, 28 xlOO; Alfred Marslch against Leopold Jonas and others, owmers; Arthur Gorseh  and others, contractors.................  BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS. UNDER CIlAPl'ER 78. L.VWS OF 1900. SULLIVAN ST. e s, 19.2 ft s of Prince St, 40.4x75x irregular; Jacob Kottek with ("harles I. Weinstein. 9 payments. 16,000 19TII ST, 310 and 312 East; Isidore Jackson and Abraham Stern with Simon Jacobs, 11 payments ...................$20,000  234  519  161  4851—McCabe vs. McCabe.  4854—Brower vs.  Bohartand. 4857-Haskell vs.  Steinhardt. 4800—Conlon vs. Abel-man.  4791—Sciford vs. Sciford 48(X)—Narsin vs. Devoe 4810-Blnzen vs. Epstein.  4842-Cole vs. Klein.  478rv-Colburn vs. Connell.  4S63-Bond vs. Stewart.  4846—Toal vs. City of New York.  Highest number reached In regular call on general calendar, 5057.  SUPREME COURT—Special Term—Part IV.— l-’reedinan, J.—Opens at 10:30 A.' M. Cases to be sent from day calendar for trial. Calendar clear.  SUPREME COURT—Special Term-Part V., I.eventrltt, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Cases to be sent from day calendar for trial. Calendar clear.  ST'PREMB COURT—Special Term-Part Y’^I.— i'ltzgerald, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Cases to be sent from day (calendar for trial. Case on. SUPREME COUR3—Special Term-Part VII.— Lawrence, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Calendar clear. Elevated railroad cases.  SUPREME COURT—Special Term—Part VIII.— Adjourned for the term.  SUPREME COURT—Trial Term-Part I.—Criminal Term.—Fursman. J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M, Assistant District Attorneys McIntyre, Hen nessy, and Schwarzkopf for the People.  1—Aaron Hall.  SUPREME COURT—Trial Term-Part II.—Mc-Adam. J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Causes will be sent from this calendar to Trial Term, Part XII.. for trial. Preferred causes. Calendar clear.  13711—City of N. Y. vs.'13738—Same vs. James.  Renauld. 13700—Same vs. Jacobs. 1.3712—Same vs. Graton, 14157—Troviano vs.  & Knight Mfg. Co.    Finnegan.  13715—Same vs. 3'omag- 13757—People, &c., vs.  no.    McCabe.  13718-^Same vs. Nat 1443.3—N. Y. Medical Co.  Granite Co.    vs. City of N. Y.  13731—Sama vs. Casey. ■  SUPREME COURT—Trial Term—Day Calendar —-To bi called in Part III. Room at 10:30 A. M. Cases will be sent from this calendar to Trial Term, Parts III., IV., V., and VI., for trial.  Church Surety- Co. 5011—Blumberg vs,  Felgman. 4889—Gibbons vs.  Hearey.  4817—Danner vs, Henry'-5008—Mahon vs.  Haydon. 4394—Nesbit vs. Person.  4569—Leeds vs. Havens. 4847—Wood vs. Greater N. Y. Amusement Co.    *  503:1—N.    Y'. Laundry  M. Co. vs. Richter. Highest number reach  4916—Martinez vs.  Central Stable Co. 4978—Jempson vs. Kriss. 4957—Bell vs. Moquin-Offerman H. C. Co. 4844—Martin vs. Browm. 50:i8—Roch vs. Wheeler, 5037—Leffler vs. Beck. 4984—Amsel vs. Jacobson.  Equity and non-jury cases.  :168—Leahy vs. Park. :163—Murray vs. Smith.  ed in regular call, 3250.  COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS-Part I.— McMahon, J.~Opens at 10:30 A.  District Attorneys Townsend, .Collins, ana Keith for the People.  Martin Lynn.  1-___________  2—David Marks.  3—Max Franck. Newton Rogers. George Floyd. Phillip Garz. David Mclnness. Edward Connally.  4—John Murray,  5—Harry Moore.  6—Charles Solomon.  7—.Ylexander Levy.  8—Julian C. Wilson. Horace Brown.  3—Charles Boggs.  4—Sam Stevens.  5—Bernard Prince.  6—Annie Scott.  7—Sarah Jones.  8—Gust Ross.  9—James Carmine.  10—Frank Kelly.  11—Jeremiah Chorm  12—Jacob Wol insky. Louis Wollnsky.  13—George Walker.  14—Frederick Raade. August Burkard.  reports that high temperature was causing great damage to the plant In Texas; that continued rainfall in the central belt was placing the crop seriously In the grassland weeds, while In the Atlantic States the crop was doing p<x»rly in many districts. A forecast for show'ers tu m()d-erate rains to-night and to-morrow wj*®*!® ^ weather was needed, and for clear where moisture was essential, served to intensify the bullish undercurrent of sentiment later m the day. Shorts were extremely nervous an<l covered spasmodically, particularly ®'’®rsales of present crop options. Ths public was intimidated by China war talk and the irregularity in Liverpool, and commission trading at most did not reach Important proportions. In sion prices advanced to a level se\eral points above last night’s closing on persistent covering. The market closed steady. :>@» points net higher.  Spot cotton closed dull, with quotations unchanged on the basis of  land and 9 5-16c for middling Gulf. Sales ^ f re 5.56.3 bales. Southern spot mpkets were telegraphed as follows:    Savannah    quiet at S^c.  Charleston nominal; Wilmington, nothing Norfolk steady at 8%c; Baltimore nominal at 9c; Memphis steady at 8 15-l(»c; Augusta quiet at 8%c; St. Louis quiet at 8%c.  The range of contract prices was as follo\«s.  High 8.6.3 8.66 8. .‘18 7.90 7.71  7.57  7.58  7.59  9—Alexander Kaufman. 15—William F. Sherlock.  16—James Tole.  17—Cornelius F. mond.  18—James McLaughlin.  Des-  16—Clarence Anderson.  11—Grace E, Ramsey.  I leadings.  1—Robert Hart.  2-Michael Ray.  COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS-Part II.-  Cowing, J.—Opens at 10:;io A. M. Assistant District Attorneys Walsh, Byrne, and O Connor for the People.  1—Thomas Edmonds,    4—Jacob A.  2—Morris Glatt.    j5-WIUiam F. Sherlock. William J. Blase.  COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS-Part III.-Foster. J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Assistant District Attorneys Blake, Henman, and Sullivan for the People.  June......  July......  August... . Septemtjer. October.. .. November. December.. January.. . February. .  March.....  April.....  May.......  Open. ..8.54 ..8.52 ..8.22 . .7.78 ..7.64  ? K*>  .7.51  ..7.51  . .7.56 ..7.59 ..7.62  7.«»3  7.59  7.64     Low.    Close.      8.54    8.62ÍÍ8.64      8.47    S. 64® 8.65      8.22    8.:i6(ifs.:{7      7.78    7.89ft 7.1M>      7.6:{    7. »{9ft 7.79      7.52    7.57fT7.58      7.59    7.56fT7.57      7.51    7.57f?7.58          7.59®7.61      7.5Ü    7.«nfi7.(>}      7.59    7.63(ii-7.65      7.62    7.65(п'7.67      cotton-    -Moderate     RKAIi BSTATB AT AUCTIOM.  BRYAN L KENNELLY. Auct’r.  BRVAX L. KEXXELLY A CO.  Will sell at auction.  TUESDAY, June 26, 1900.  at 12 o’clock noon, at the New Y'ork Real Estatv Salesroom, 111 Broadway.  8 VALUABLE LOTS EAST SIDE LINCOLN AVE. Entire Front bet. 13«tb and 137tb St*.  Size of plot 2(R) on ave. by 100 on streets. Maps, etc., at Auctioneers’ Offices, 7 Pine St.  CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.  TWO FAMILY HOUSES.  Choice residential section, high and healthy, near Central Bridge; latest Improvements; i^ar 6th and 9th Av. ’* L ’’ station at li>5th St. ; eight minutes’ walk; price. $5,000 terms easy; always open. E. OSBOKNh.. SMITH. Ogden Av. and 165th St.    _  REAL ESTATE.  business: prices lower: -‘vmericnii 5 7-16d; good middling. .»5-.—d:    middling.  5 1-:i2d; low middling. •*    ’  4 25-32d; ordinary, 4 19-32d. The    ®»  day were 8.»K>U bales, of which »(XI 6^^es were for .speculation and export, and Included i.YMj bales .American; receipts. 5.060 bales, including 4iX)0 bales American; futures opened OU»e. ana  closed steady; American mlddiliig. 1®^  c auTe, Jun7 4*^^^    buy;ers;    fun»    and  July. 4 54-64d sellers; July and Augus .  1—Harry Mcl.,aughlln. Frank Wade.  2—John Flynn.  :i—Felix Pom pore.  4—Dobe Harley.  5—Marcus Levy. Samuel Elnhorn.  6—Frank Martoccl.  7—Fannie Levy-.  8—Chris. Ilaere.  (i?4 »2-4 43 sellers sellers  1rs- December and^^    4    9-64d    value;  January and February. 4 7-64d_buyers; February  COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS-Part IV. Goff, R.—Opens at KK.’IO A. M. Assistant District Attorneys Osborne, Gordon, and Cowan for the People.  januury a.nu r rui 110.1.»• -X « '«.V.    .    11. «11  and March. 4 7-64d value; March and April,  4 7-64d value.  FUTURES.  NEW YORK PRICES.  1—Mary Galgano.  2—Sabastlano Radice.  3—Morris N. Tischler.  4—Ferdinando Coppola.  5—Lillie Smith.  6—Mary Shultz.  7—Isidor Markowitz.  8—David Dunckley.  9—John Smith.  JO—John Carroll.  11—Benjamin Endee.  12—Frederick Grant.  13—James M. Sullivan.  14—John Miles.  15—Adolph Fisher.  16—Christ Wendel.  17—William Laughlin.  18—James White.  19—John Edwards.  20—Edward Johnson.  21—Charles Reilly.  22—Louis Koller.  2:ì—William Smith.  Peter J. Mooney. 24—John J. Brookman.  Wheat—    Open  July............  September......80V¿  December......82ti  Corn—  July  ......45Vj,  September.......45=?¿  Open.   <5   759«   .....76*«  Receiver Appointed—New York.  SUPREME COURT—Smyth. J.—City National Bank of Cedar Raoids, Iowa, vs. Julius A. Ward-William D. Galllard.  39*4  .........39%  Recorded Leases.  S<-vi ntv-fii'lli Street. ::io and 312 East, to a ■ .nv(L.qt(»ry l)riek taetory; F. S. Myers ot «!’S Hroadway, o\vu(_r and architect; CdSt. .''2.')0.    .  ’i'hi'd Avenue, northeast corner of One 'lluiidred and Seventy-S(.-venth _ Street, to n t(.ur-.''^torv briek ot'fiee building', stores, A' .; J. P. Priedhoff of 942 Lexington Ave-n'ue. luwrp'r; JL J lorenburger, architect; cost, .$.">.(HMl.    .    ^  Xinety-thiid Street, (»7 Eiist. to a lour-P'difv land basement brick llal; .Max Ben-diei'ol' 67 East Xinety-lhird Street, owner; '■J'iiomlis Oraham, areliiteet: cost, .$3,0iM).  Park Avenue, 1,(>76, t" a five-story brick tenement, witii store; Marbaeh (Sc Eckert, owneiis; 11. llorenburger, architect; cost, .s;:  Xo. 1..773 First Avenue,  brick  to a five-story S. D, Wohlfeid, Ivurtzer & Kohl,    tenement and store;  3..".(bi Kirst Avenue, otvuer; arciiiieets: cost, $60b.  Xo. ,1'Л We.st Fifty-fifth ]>treet, to^a threc;^-storv  brick stable, 2.“) by S»; H. ^McK. ’'i'womblv. dsi Fifth Avenue, owner; Oakley Y\'-ekk mason contractor; cost. $10,000.  Xo. 9a4 West Forty-seventh Street, to a four-.story brick dwelling; ^lary E. Gregory. lu'emi.ses, owner; St(‘i>henson & Green, areliiteets; cost, .$2,(MMl.  Xo. 2,094 Washington Avenue, to a two-storv iu'ick dwelling; 11. S. Wallenstein, 41»5 St. Xieholas Av('nue, owner; \\'. W. Taylor, 1 191 Boston Av( nue. architect; cost, $300.  Xos. I,;i07 and 1,.”.09 Washington Avenue, to a three-story frame dwelling and a oner storv framt' earritig«’ hous'j; J. & J. Fleiseh-nan, 3.4S East Fiftieth Stre\'t, owners; E. K. Will, arehiiecl; cost, .$600.  AVENUE A. 172: Blima Billett to    Isaac    ^  U- isli’iouitz. :i years...........    $1.400  B\KPJ..^Y' S3', 1(16; Charles Kaufmann to Aduliih Schecht. .3 lU-12 years...........    1,»»)0  M VCDcrGAL S'r. 114; Eugene Gerbereux to Michael E. and Vincent . C. Pepe, 10  vears. from Dee 1. 1900............ .    3,»00Ü  2.’iD ST, 414 Ea.st: Arthur Block to Ru-  «lolph Keller, :: year.s.......... ........    l.üuo  44TH ST, 413 W('*st: Margaret M. Yritz  l(. Henry A. Prinkenburg, 5 years.............1,*.(X>  KOTll ST 4i:i and 415 East; Herman Kahrs to Feli(>e Rica and another, 10 vears ................................  Recorded Mortgages.  Plans for Ten-Story Hotel.  A ten-story-and-attie briek and stone hotel wiil shortly be erected on the site 5(5 to O') West P''orty-seventh Street, near Sixth Avenue, for Walter lleid, Sr.,. from I'lams' by Architects Buchinaii & Fox, who have estimated the cost of construction at $2.’;u,(»(X). The basement, first and second stories, of the new hotel will be built of limestone, the superstructure being of fan-cv brick. Walter Keid & Co., general contractors, will erect the hotel.  Addition for H. McK. Twombly’s Stable.  The private stable of H. McK, Twombly at 23 West Fifty-fifth Street is to be cijuipped with    new    interior    fixtures.    An  t-xtension will    also    be built in tiie riiur.  Oaklev Weeks,    who    will do    the work,    has  e.Himated the    cost    for the    propo.scd    im  provements at $10,(MM).  REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.  In the following list, " mtg.” stands for mortgage and ” R. S.” for revenue stamps. The war revenue law provides tliat stamps shall be placed on all conv(.*yances at the jMte of .50 cents fur each $.500 of consideration. Thi.s ” consideration ” has been held to mean only tlie equity above the mortgage. The amount of tlie mortgage plus l.bOO times the value of the revenue stamps on the conveyances should tlierefoi’e show the true cunsideratiou.  Miiuday, .lUDe IS.  A9I1 ST. s s. 17,5.'i ft- \v of Moii'is Av, old line 25x10’): .Utiio Crowley to Charles \'.  (Jabviel (ii .S'i;2)............  190  A.SH ST, s s, 200.'; ft _w of Morris Av, old iinc, oijxloo; .Jaiic (jrowlcy to itobert J.  Eoroas, ,ir.. (il S $;!.,'>0).......   190  AS E.YCE A. 172, s c corner uf lllli St, 2Ux  7.").6: f.ouLs Wolf to Dlcina HulK-tt ......1  A.V'FUcNV .\V. w s. 218 ft li of Southern lioulevard. 2.5.1x115.Ix2.'»xll7.8; Samuel W. .Morrison to Edward A. Everit, (mtg  .'‘‘.).uoo> .............—.................$1,2(X>  l',io)ADWAY, u e corner of 14'3th St. i iiii'.' e 22,5.\. 11 40'.). lO to 147tii St X w ,5» x s 00.llx w 175 to Broadway xO'.l.ll:  Alirum .J. Dlllenhijefer and anotlie)'. e.xecutois. I've., to Florence A. Alker,  I ii S $7'n.....:.....................^  BUtjADWAJ'. n e cornel- of 'Jlst St, 15.5.V :> ).nx.s,]o;v4')o.2;    l.)u\ hi I,. Phillips to  ,i.»( 1 .1. Squil l. Hi S .S25)................ loo  Ct'liVSTlE S'r, 24, 25.2xlO<).;;x25.;:xlou.5; .\iclio!as Maesel and cahers to Emma 1^.  r.i.iesel, tiuit claim, lit S 25    cents)....... 1  CMitYS'ni: S'J', e 140.11 ft n of Jla.card X',    25.2xlt)').3x25.;ixl'.)0.5; Nicliolas  Maesei* and. others, executor.s, X-c., to  Emma L. Macsvl ...................... 21,0v0  CENTKAl, P.\UK WEST, w s. la.b it s </, Old St .50x125; Samucd <iuincy to I'rederiel; 'llaar. (mtg $l;;2,(J<)(),    11    S  s.j o .........................—...... 1.000  C\KbISl>F7 ST. 1, ‘22x';'.).x21.6x60; Carlisle -i.'^ ;;    27.2.xO')x27.C>x)j'); Alliany St. 4.  27'7x.54; John 'I'hatcher to Eineline 'i'. F'etci.er, (mtg $.37.000. H s    •    ■    •    •    ^  lOi'l'S :;o. 41. 102. 104. 107, 108, and 12., map of St. Raymond Park. 24th Ward; Hudson P. Kos*. to I.ewis    H.    i^arnielee,  (mtg .<T).000, K S $1.50)..........  1  TFXIN'PrON AV. 2,004. s w corner of St 17.7x81.8; Morgan V. Gress  BOWEN, Abner Т.. to I.awyers* Mortgage Insurance Company: Madl-son Av, w s.  (;o.5 ft n of 5.’Jd St, .3 years............  40,000  BEEE, Enoch    to John B. Burggrut,  executor, I'sic.; 14(Uh St, s s, 200 ft \v ®^^^  :id Av, 1 year................. . ........ .$l-,000  BEEL, Enoch C., to John B. Burggraf.  (‘.xecutor, &c.; 145th St, n s. 200 ft w  uf :kl Av. 1 year........................  BOCK, Eeon, to Katharine Hainsford;  .3d AV, 1,761, 5 years АЛ'  CONNOR. William C., to \V ilTlam Robitzek: 168th St. s s, 206 ft w of Prospect  Av. 2 vtars .......................  *®®  DEWHUHST. Henry, to Emma Coleman;  48th St, :525 West. 3 yearns ............. ».ООО  DONNEI.LY, James F.. to Gottlieb Epple and anoth(;r; Lot 19, map No. 1 of South Vernon Park, :5 years............    4,500  EVEREiNG, John, and Catharine Herold to CatJierine Ea-niour; 147th St, s s, 90  ft w of Brook Av, 3 years..........   3.000  EIFE. Francis, and wife to Bowery Savings Bank; 4th St. s s, 125 ft w of 2d  ,\v. 5 years ..............    lo.oou  FREFDMAN. Daniel H.. to Henry A.  С 'I'avlor; 61st St. 56 East, 1 year  24,000  FFRI.o'nG, John, to 'I'ltle Guarantee and Trust Company; 126th St, 17 East,  vears..........   b.UUU  GRlFFrril. Edward, to 'i'itle Guarantee and Trust Company; 72d St, 3u7 West,  ;; vears ....................  ■    ’2,:----*.o,uuu  GRIFFITH, Edward, to Louise S. Thom-  son; 72d    St, :107 West, 1 year.......... 10,000  GRINNELE. Joanna H., to James M. and Robert T. V'arnum. trustees: llSih  St 72 East. 1 year.................... 1,900  HASH AW, Marie, to A'lrglnia Brugnelli;  117th St, 11 w s, 75 ft w of Lenox Av.  I . лоаг ................................ 2,400  IK'IpKINS, Ylarie I.., to William Е. and , Frank P.. 'I'avlor, administrators; 5Uth  St .38 West, leasehold, 2 years......... 4,000  HESS Charles, and George W, Berner to Jacob Ruppert; West Broadway, 240,  saloon lease, demand..  ........... -.500  HUGHES. Eillie and Eouis W., to bred-erie.k Cheer; 18i»th St, n s, 125 ft w of  Valentine Av, widened. 1 year......... 1»0  JACOBS Simon, to Isidore Jackson and another: 19lh St. 312 and 310 East, de-  mand .................... •,••5.....’ ■ ■  J \C(jBS Simon, to Isidore Jackson and another; IDth St. .312 and 310 Kaat, de-  inand  .............................. lo,Uw  Kl'SER. Virginia, to the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank; 119th St, s s, 230  ft w of 1st Av. 1 year    ...... 1,»00  KiT'FENPLlN, Morris, to Jacob Khngen-stein- 3d St, 7» East, installments, 6  Verus ................................. *>000  KEELER Rudolph, to the F. Л M. Schaefer Brewing Company; 23d St. 414    ^  Ea.«t, salocm lease, dem-and  ...... l.oOO  Т..ЛГЕ William, to Eloise L. Breese;  40th St, n s, 180 ft w of 2d Av, 5 years 32,000 BE\'Y. Abraham, hnd other.s to Jacob Chi.inowitz: Monroe St, 250 and .„»-,  vfiir-«    .............................. ^>^^  MAKSEE. Emma L.. to Nicholas Maesel-.  Chrv.siie St, 24, 5 years ..........WF’'  M VESEE. Emma L.. to Emigrant Indus-t'rial Savings Rank; Chrystie St. e s.  141) 11 ft n «.f Bayard St, 1 yearV....... 11,000  M VNDEEBAUM. Harris, and Fisher Lew-‘ Ine to tlie Equitable IJfe Assuram*e  W. 1  ............................‘9.000  NOin'O.N, Mary E. and Patrick, to the ATntiial liiinki    Av.    s \v СОГПОГ of  1‘>Tth St secures notes, (correction)... 20,000 T>T'CK Evdia Л., to Broadway Savings ^V.C^tUutlon! 48th St. 61). 1 year .    2.000  гт.'(^к' Evdia A., to Broadway Savings Vnstltutirm: .‘{4th St. 17 West. 1    ,•    •    •    30,000  PlRlv Friedrich, and others to C. Adelbert ’ Becker; (Jakland Place, s s. 123.7 It e of Clinton Av. 3 years, rerecorded.. 3,000 1>1RK. Friedrich, and others to C. Adelbert Becker: Dakland Place, s s. Ш) ft  of Clinton Av, 3 years, rerecorded.... 3,000 PEEE Adelaide, to Howland Pell, trus-letv; 61st St, n s. 75.9 ft w of Park Av.  T»\(Tf^^.I* Seaver. to Margart't C. .Treat;  .56th St.' n s. 175 ft w of Lexington Av. _  5 vf'iirs ................................. iO)UUU  p\lTS1TS. Victor H., and wife to Barbara Miller; Monroe or Morris Av, e s,  Jol.:: ft s of (Orchard or 176th St. 3.  POCK*^ т/eon, ami Caroilne Green to Her-man Nestrock; .’id Av. 1,761, 2 years... 2,000 PFID Jenni(>. to I'nion Surety and ^Guaranty Company; 72d St. 216 West,  demand..........................‘''t'    ’*  RFY'NDBDS. Louisa М.. to Augustine J.  Sniith; ('linton Av, w s. 23 ft n e of Oak-  bcul Place, (correction.) 8 years .......  -50  9(51'1ER Joel J.. to Title Guarantee and ‘ ’Tru«t Company; Ol.st St. n w corner of llloomingdale Road, now closed, extends to e s of I5roadway. being n e corner of Broadway and 91st St, :{ years ......:. 15,000  Si'Hl'ETHEiS. .John F.. to George Ehret;  ‘ Amsterdam Av. corner 194th St. saloon  lease, demand ............    34,810  S\('HS, Julius, to I'nlted States Trust    _  Company; .59th St, 116 West, demand.. 50,000 SFTZ Gottlieb F.. and wife to Jacob ('oo’ner and another, trustees; Tiffany St. w s. 94.5 ft s of 167th St, 3 years.. 1,000  Lis Pendens.  FIELDSTON road, original centre line, at s s of land of William C. Wetmore. runs w to new centre line of said road, 6x n 150x e 40.6 to old line of said road x s 155 to beginning; also, Rlverdale Av, w s, at centre of a lane or way, :JU ft wide, run.s n w 392.10 to Spuyten Duyvil Parkway x n w 55.2 and 205.8 and 141.6 on cur\-e line to avenue, x s e 260 lo beginning; contains 1 447-1000 acres; also, Hiverdale Av, w 9, adjoining land of James R. Whiting, runs n 150X w 145 to Fieldston Road X s 155x e 177 to beginning; Celia Bach-rach, individually and as trustee, against Samuel YV'. Richards and others, (partition;) attorneys, Heyn & Covington.  GROVE S'l', s s, 56.8 ft w of West 4th St, 22x 94.7x22x93.1; Peter Bianchetti against Maria Fo3.sier, (foreclosure of mechanic’s lien;) attorney. A. Cohen.  MAIDEN LANE, n e corner of Froilt St. 41.9x 50.6 to Fletcher St x 41.8x51.10; Robert P. Lister against Esther G. Selby and others, (partition;) attorneys, Gifford, Stearns & Hobbs.  WOOSTER ST. 201, and s 12 feet of 203; Mary Lewis against Ole H. Olsen and other.s, (foreclosure of mortgage;) attorney. A. C. Brown. 1ST AV, n w corner of I12th St, KKlxlOO; Giuseppe Tuotl against Bernard Isaacs, (specific performance;) attorneys, Bullowa & Bui Iowa.    „    .  3D AV, n w corner of 177th St, 55x69x64.6x(>0; William G. and Charles H. Barson against Agnes K. M. and William G. Mulligan, (action to recover possession, &c.;) attorneys, p'orster & Spier.  115TH ST, s s, 24.4 ft w of Pleasant Av, 24.10x 75.7: Central 'I'rust Company of New York against Morris Weinstein and others, (foreclosure of mortgage;) attorneys, N. J. & M. Butler. 117TH S'r. n s, 167.8 ft e of Amsterdam Av, 18.4x100.11; Margaretta C. Clark against Carrie S. Kennedy, (foreclosure of mortgage;) attorney, C. B. Meyer.  1.’{3D ST. s s, 150 ft w of 10th Av, 12»x99.11: James Murray and another against Rachel Juster and others, (foreclosure of tw'o mort-gage.s;) attorney. J. Hahn.  186'fH ST, B s, 180 ft e of Vanderbilt Av East. 120x100; Edward J. Farnan against George A. Macd(jnald. (foreclosure of mechanics’ lien;) attorney, J. Rosenzweig.  7368—Ehrhard vs. Met.  St. Ry. Co.  13203—Blake vs. Miller. 11111—Hlrschbowsky  vs. Rankin. 12428—Mugave’rs vs.  Vlane.  11107—Harris vs. New Amsterdam Gas Co.  6816—Carroll vs. Met. St. Ry. Co.  6817—Same vs. same. 68.34—Simpson vs. same.  1381—Hoerle vs. Manhattan Ry. Co. 12792—Berkowitz X’s.  Vexler. 1327—Munzlnger vs.  Rochester ’’r’t’g Co. 6353—Leland vs. Hearn. 3964—McCann vs. N. Y'. & Queens Co. R. R; Co.  8046—Long Branoh Piar Co. vs. Doscher. 7711—Pfeffer vs. King.  Highest number reached rn regular call on  general calendar, 1899.  SUPREME COURT—Trial Term-Part III.— Beach, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Cases to be sent from day calendar for trial. Calendar clear.  SUPREME COURT—Trlab Term—Part IV.—Mac-L3an, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Cases to be sent from day calendar for trial. -Calendar clear.  SUPREME COURT—Trial Term-Part V.— O’Gorman, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Cases to be sent from day calendar for trial. Case on.  SUPREMP:    COURT—Trial Term-Part VI.—  Beekman, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Cases to be sent from day calendar for trial. Case on.  SUPREME COURT—Trial Term—Day Calendar, —'I'o be called in Trial Term, Part VII. Room, at 10:30 A. M. Cases to be sent from this calendar to Trial 'rerm, Parts VII. and XI., for trial.  11371—P'entress vs.    3979—Gearty    vs, May-  or, &C.  13104—D. Stevenson B, Co. vs. Lyman. 13303—Potter vs. City of New' Y'ork.  10565—Gill vs. same. 9654—l'anelli vs. same. 12259—Morse vs. Press Pub. Co.  12055—Visconti vs. 3d Av, R. R. Co.  DECISIONS AND CALENDARS.  STATE COURTS.  Court of Appeals.  SARATOGA, June 18.-rCourt of Appeals calendar fur to-rhorrow: 571, 542, 576, 1088, 40, 446, 524, 555.  Supreme Court—Appellate Term—First Department.  SUPREME COURT—Appellate Term.—Truax, P. J.; .Scott and Dugro, JJ.  Murpliy vs. Hadden.—Motion granted, without costs.  Rinzler vs. Held.—Motion granted, w'ith costs, on default.  Boyd vs. Third Avenue Railroad Company.— Motion granted on default.  Meeks vs. Day.—Motion granted, unless ap-pellajit file return on or before June ;{().  Dorgan vs. Scheer.—Motion granted, unless appellant file and serve printed copies of the papers on appeal on or before June 30.  Canavello vs. Michael & Co.—Motion to dismiss appeal granted, w’lthout costs.  Basso vs. IJgure.—Motion granted.  Grob vs. Koerner.—Motion granted, because of appellant’s lache.s. * No coste.    ^  Vought vs. Gedney.—Motion denied, with $10 costs  Abrahams vs. Lerner.—Motion granted, unless within ten days appellant pay to the Justice $17.50 costs and the Justice’s fee for making  return.    ,  McLaughlin vs. Ranger.-Motion granted, unless appellant file return and serve copies thereof on or before June 30.  Preiser vs. Independent Order Ahawas Israel. &c.—Motion granted, with $10 costs.  Jacobson vs. Metropolitan Street Railway Com-panv —Motion granted, unless appellant cause return to be filed on or before June :jo.  Schultz vs. Berger.—Motion granted, without  ^T)st'erman vs. Goldstein.—Motion granted, unless return be filed and copies served on or be-  ^^CaldwelV^vs. De Korven.-The return having been filed, the motion Is denied, without costs.  Mayor, &c.  648.3—Radjaviller vs. 3d Av. R. R.'Co.  G»;{1—Helmer vs. 3d Av. R. R. Co.  9(41—Reilly vs. Union Ry. Co.  10680-Weil.?r vs. City of New' York.  6i.29—Gennerlch vs.  3d Av. R. R. Co.  6f.30—Same vs. same.  SUPREME COURT—Trial Term-Part VII.— Gildersleeve, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Caseu to be sent from day calendar for trial. Case on.  SUPREME COURT-Trlal Term—Parts VIII., IX., and X.~Adjourned for the term.  SUPREME COURT—Trial Term-Part XL-Glegerich, J.—Opens at 10:30 A. M. Cases to be sent from day calendar for trial. Case on.  SUPREME COURT—'Prial Term-Part Xll.-Nash. J.—Opsns at 10:30 A. M. Cases to be sent from preferred calendar for trial.-Case on.  SURROGATES’ COURT— Chambers—Fitzgerald. S —Held in Surrogates’ Chamber, ground floor of County Court House. Motion calendar called at 10:30 A. M.  1—John C. Haug.  2—Wm. Bloomfield.  3—James Philp.  4—Ylatteo Cagno.  5—Ann Paisley.  6—Matteo Cagno.  7—Alicla M. Wilkes.  8—David Lee.  9—itoy E. Palmer.  10—Robert fcSpitzer.  11—Hattie Massaker.  12—Edward Early.  13—Abraham Schlesslng-er.  14—James M. Taylor.  15—Franois S. Watson.  16—Eliza J. Hegeman.  17—-Bartholomew Puran-tlne.  18—Julia Bradford.  19—Hy. P. Tracy.  20—Anna M. Walz.  21—Maria C. Tracy.  22—Nina M. Tracy.  23—John F. Tracy.  *24—Isabella Barclay. 2.5—Joseph C. Pinckney.  26—Sarah Quinn.  27—E. T. Williams.  —James P. Ryan.  2i)—Denis Ryan.  :10—Francis P. Basset. 31—Elizabeth L. Strong.  '»Vills for probate at 10:30 A. M.  Fanny Hart,  Mathilde Strelb,  (Jharles Quinn.  ....22«;  Referees Appointed—New York.  SUPREME COl'RT-Smyth, J.—State Trust Company vs. Harper & Brothers—Hamilton Odell. Doernberg vs. Werthelm—Austin E.  SUPREME COURT—Stover, J.—Colonial Trust Company vs. Morrison—Thomas F. Connery.  Brooklyn Court Calendars.  Sl'^PREME COURT—Appellate Division—Goodrich, P. J.: Bartlett, Woodward, Hirschberg, and Jenk.s, JJ.—Enumeiated day calendar. 302—Egan vs. York. ;296-Newman vs.  ’503—Lounsbury v.s. i    Mayer.  Sherwood.306—Reehl vs. Martens.  304—Gleacher vs. West-.’{07—Pierson vs. New cnester Ry.    Haven    R.    R.  305—Green vs. Brook. .308—C’aton vs. Queens Heights R. R.    ('o. R. R.  IOC»—Jewell    vs. Me- 309—Brogan vs. Hanan  Intyre.  SUPREME COURT—Trial Term-Day Calendar— Part I.. Marean, J.; Part II.. Garretson, J.; Part HI.. Herrick, J.; Part IV., Betts. J. 5856—Buttling vs. Hat- 5960—People vs. Burrell  Wheat—  June..  July...  August.  Corn—  J une..  July.. .  August Oats—  June......  July......  August.. ..  Lard—  July ......  September..  Ribs—  July......  September.  Pork—  July...........11.60  September.. ....11.75 BRE4DSTL'FFS.—WHEAT—A four-cent ad-,ance marked yesterday’s wneat market as one of the largest and most remarkable from a speculative standpoint that has occurred since the present bull movement was instituted some weeks  ...$6.70 ... 6.80  6.75  6.80     High.  im¡  84%  85Va    Low’.  79*8  80%  82*4    Close.  8.3  84%  85*4      45%  4(Pi    45  45%    4."*%  46      PRICES.              High.  77%  79%  89-s    Low'.  75  75%  76%    Close.  77%  78%  79%      40»4  49»i    :':9*4  39%    39"%  ;i9%  49%      23%  2:{%    22%  22*«    23%  23%  23      $6.72%  6.85    $6.67Vi  6.77*i    $6.67*i  6.Ы1      6.77%  6.85    6.72*a  6.80    6.72%  6.80      11.(55  11.89    11.47V¿  11.67%    11.50  11.70     HE.VLTH.—Summer as well qs Winter highest ground between New York and Philadelphia. on Penn. R. R.. 4» minutes from city; low fare; cozy modern cottages; very^ low m price; terms. $15 to $20 per month. Write for particulars to W. T. W’., 60 and 62 Liberty i»t.  BROOKLYN REAL EST.YTE FOR SALE.  STUDY HEALTH  w'hen buying a home; do not locate where ther# are no sewers and    possibly    never    can    be;    our  houses contain all    improvements;    no    one    ca.a  duplicate what we    offer for    the pHce;    one    and  two familg houses.    :! styles.    $3.000    anl    up;    $^0  cash and $10 monthly; open Sunday. GASCOINE & HORNBY', builders. Crescent St. Station Brooklyn Union •• L”; office near station steps.  S2.4(K> BUYS 1,870 PACIFIC ST.; 2-FAMILY. 2-story, 9-r«K>m dwelling; all Improvements; larg# yard; iduee for children; easy payments. FINt'H. on premises.  COUNTRY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.  FOR SALE.  Residence of the late Mrs. John L. Rogers  OX BANKS OF HUDSON,  Two miles north of Newburgh.  13^ ACRKS OF LAND,  fine house in perfect order, stables, greenhouses,’ and all appurtenances of a fine country place. Beautiful views of River and Mountains. Apply to N. C. ROGERS. Trustee. Ill Br^dway, N^w Y'ork City, or to SHIPP & OSBORN. Real Estate Agents. Newbui'gh, N. Y'.  COUNTRY'  HOUSES TO NlSllED.  LET—FtR-  SOUTHAMPTON  AX1> SHIXXECOCK HILLS. L. I. Farnished Cottase# to Rent. List now ready.  J. Metcalfe Thomas, 19 Liberty St.  ago. While to many operators such an advance  as that of Monday coming on top of previous uplifts had the appearance of a runaway and somew'hat reckles.s bull market, the extraordinary strength of its undertone could not be questioned, and not a few professional operators were obliged to confe.ss themselves astonished at tne rapidity and persistence of the advance without any reactions to inspire new buying <>f a professional order, opening at 79V'.  ^Ise bv quick stages    the last half  hour, attracting a big outside demand and  ton.  316:5—Booth vs. Fidelity & Deposit Co.  2287—Dunn vs. Blain.  1180—Conway vs. 3d Av. R R  6496-^Grimmel vs. Funk  1079,    1096—Minkowsky  vs. O’Reilly.  2908—Crimmlns vs. Ma-huken.  2133—Hamlin vs. City of New' York.  2738—W'ilkes vs. City of New Y'ork.  2149—Felgentreu vs.  Nlederstein.  249:5—Dick vs. Dick.  65:54—Schmidt vs.  Schmidt.  6330—Kelly vs. B’klyr Union Gas Co.  6347—Levin vs. Mead.  6371—Decker vs. Equit. Life Assur. Co..  G26.S—Gamper vs. B’k-lyn Heights R. R.  6420—Barker vs. Naugh-  289-1-Green vs. Brown. 2947—Weeda vs. City of New York.  1736—Lang vs. same. 5871—Kline vs. Abraham.  2868—Welz & Zerwlck vs. Paureiss.  2625—Jeffards. Jr. vs.  B. H. R. R.  6.316—McNeill vs. same. 2944—Schw'arzbart vs. N. Y. Sugar Refinery.  5S15^-Flandrau vs.  Schw'ab.  3334—Crane vs. B’klyn Heights R. R.  24:54—Bel ford vs. N. Y.  6c Rockaway R. R. 2509—Glambaloo vs.  Smith.  ISol—Harris Towing Co.  vs. Orient Ins. Co. 1882—Same vs. Aetna Ins. Co.  21o2—Brennan vs. B. H. R. R.  6130—Mooney vs. Goelet.  feverish covering by the local element, w hk h went short Saturday, on showery pre(lietlons from the Northwest. The latter were verltled to a large extent, the weather map showing heavy rains in the Dakotas. particularly around Bismarck. although Minnesota was without Important moisture. Tlie fact that rains made no difference in the number or character of crop complaints, however, proved to be something of a revelation to many shorts, and excited ®®J®r-Ing naturally followed. The burilen ®f ^®«h-west crop news throughout the day w as that rains were too late to help the croP. and Snow Sain declared in favor of lOO.iXK» (Hkl bu.shels for the three States, or a decrease of about 1.J1.-009,OCX) bushels from last year s figures. His l„v.,tlBatlons ln_ _Nortl,_ Dakou prom^ the  FURNISHED ROOMS.  TO LET, NICELY FT'RNISHED LARGB room. 116 Lexington Av., next 28th Street.  HELP WANTED—MALES.  WANTED—An advertising solicitor of experience for work In another city. Address D.. Bo« 101 Times Office.  SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALES.  CIininI>eriuai«la.  CHAMBERMAID.-Hy a young girl as chambermaid; willing to as.slst with any kind of work, best city references from present employers. 401 West 148th St., corner St. Nicholas Av.  CHAMBERMAID. &c.—By competent and reliable gliT as chambermaid and "aitress In the country, ({all at prc.-^ent employer's, 12« West 81st St., between 10 and 4 o’clock^_ .  CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS.—As chambermaid and waitress; wages. $18; go to country if wanted; can be seen at present employment. 5» West 51st St.; call tw o da> s.  conception of those who have not seen it. believed that the country will be called upon to furnish seed wheat next Spring of the States. The Northwest market kept the lead all day. and thus greatly strengthened buU sentiment. Minneapolis was up 5c. Duluth 4c and St. Louis 5c. the latter market responding to bad crop news from Its own territory, complaints o*' too much rain In the Southwest com-Fng i?tSick_and fast all    Th-e    was    active  tP*«-    ,  62.3.3—Cohen vs. B’klyn  Heights R. R.    ,    „    „.pK  Highest number reached ®p COUNTY COURT—Part I.—Criminal Calendar.— Hurd, J.  John Shea.  COUNTY COURT—Part II.—Criminal Calendar. John'S.^ Helie.  Adrian Kittredge.    1    Paolo balvatore.  buying f(^r Sou hwest account in the local mar-pu>ing 1Ш о u    .ç^-as    TU-  Morris Ulanoff.  Gustav A. Ascherfleld.  SURROGATES’ COUR’l—Trial Term—Thomas, S.-Held in Surrogates’ Court, Trial Term, second floor in County Court House.—Opens at  1575—Contestid will of James Fitzpatrick.  CITY' COURT—General 'I'erm—Adjourned sine  cri'Y COURT—Special Term—McCarthy, J.— Opens at 10 A. M. Held In Brownstons Building. (Chambers Strest.) Motifs must be made returnable at 10:30 A. M. Defaults on motions will be taken at 11 A. M.  CITY COURT—Trial Term-Part I.—Conlan, J.-Held In Brownstone Buiiding, (Chambers Street )—Opens at 10 A. M. Calendar clear.  New York Calendar—This Day.  SIYPREME    COURT—Appellate    Division—Y'an  Brunt P. J.; Rumsey, Patterson, O’Brien, and Hatch, JJ. Opens at 1 P. M. Enumerated motions.  94_llth Ward Bank vs.  N. Y. & N. J. Fire-proofing Co.  29—Lsach vs. Thornburgh.  12—Hollingsworth vs.  Spectator.  13—Same vs. same.  14—Same vs. same.  15—Same vs. same.  7(^_Q.presbv vs. Benjamin 79-TCaldwell vs. Walker o:54-Berentes vs. Man.  Railway.  SIYPREME COURT-A^pellate Term-For the hearing of appeals from the City Court and Municipal Court. Recess.  SUPREME COURT—Special Term-Part I.-BischoTl Jr.. J.-Opens at 10:30 A. M. Litl-  uSHoe3rvi*^*cioud. 22-In re Canal Place  91—Richardson vs.  Hlnck. 47—Majestic Hotel Co.  vs. Eyre.  38—Jackson vs. Foley. 54_Pchwii’zbaum vs. 3d Av. R. H.  85—Man. Sav. Inst. vs. * N. Y. Nat. Exchange Bank.  57—Welde vs. N. Y'. & Harlem R. R. Co.  2—Ewing vs. Howland.  3—Plunkett vs. Man. Ry. Co.  4—Keller vs. same.  5—Halstead vs. same.  6—Lochmann vs, same.  7—Benas Vs. Met. St. Ry. Co.  8—King vs. Evans.  9—King vs. Wing.  10—Howlett vs. Hall.  11—Kaufman vs.  Rowan.  12—Cohn vs. Hays.  13—Ylck vs. Kllng.  14—Bloodgood vs. Lot-timer.  15—Empire City ^ Savings Bank vs. Brier-  16—Same vs. Wood.  17—Hauk vs. Decker.  18—Pelletier vs. Huer-stel.  19—In re Coudert.  20—Schlossberg vs. Schlossberg.  21—In re Daly.  from E. 138th St. to E. 144th St,  23—In re O’Brien,  24—Miller vs. Weiss.  25—Katz vs. Steinberg-er.  26—Southgate vs. Hutchinson.  27—Socialistic Co-op. P. Assn. v.s. Kuhn.  28—In re E. 76th St. and East River.  29—Krack vs. Krack.  30—Goodwin vs. Lynch.  31—Roosevelt vs. K9S-ter, Bial & Co.  32—McNally VS.  Costello.  33—Boyle VS. Staten Island & South Beach Land Co.  84—Holman vs. Goslln.  35—Kennelly vs, Ken nelly.  36—Crossfield vs. Starr,  37—Pearson vs. Cuth bert.  Met  2733—Seeger vs.  St. Ry.  2734—Llncz vs. same. 1953—Cotten vs. Dube. 2771—Flaherty vs. Met.  St. Ry.  2720—Rogers vs. Wohl-- fell.  3043—Mendel vs. Met.  St. Ry.  2730 -Linz vs. same.  2731-Same vs. same.  2732—Cllentno vs. Bech-  pttv^COURT—Trial Term-Part II.—Scbuchman, J -Hel(i in Brownstone Building. (Chamberí, Street.)—Opens at 10 A. M. Calendar clear. 960«/^-Benda vs. Kell.    ........  3125—Quinn vs. Met. St. Ry.  2578—Mulhearn vs.  Met. St. Ry.  2579—Barrington vs. same.  1885—Gross vs. - Dry Dock, &c., R. R. 3177—Jones vs. Tlmp-  1780—'Polentino vs. California Wine Assn. 2612—Frost vs. Alleson. 2470—Goldner vs. Met.  St. Ry.  1188—Cluett vs. Monsanto.  3196 -De Ferrune vs.  Baeckle.  3197—Redden vs. 3d Av. R R  3198—Turner vs. Garry.  3199—Cassidy vs. Consol. Ice Co.  3201—Dorfman vs. Kunath.  3202—Dianone vs.  Perrone.  3203—Dreice vs. Elee. Vehicle Co.  3205—Hyman vs. Met. St. Ry.  3206—Pelleterl vs.  Cohen.  3207—Schulz vs. Dry Dock. &c.. R. R.  3209—Jenda vs. Jenda.  .‘5212—Casmento vs.  Evans.  .’5213—Hanley vs.  Schriner. .‘5215—Behsmann vs.  Waldo.  :5216—Immergluck    vs.  Central .Crosstown R. R.  3218—McGuire vs. Mc-Kee.    .  3219—Clark    vs. Erie R R  3220—-Goidstein vs. Am. Surety Co.  3221—Quinn    vs. Met. - St. Ry.  :{222—Reichbach vs,  same.  322:5—Levy vs. same. 3224—Pedder vs. same, :{225—Elias vs. same. :5226—Levy vs. same. :52.‘50—O’Reilly vs. Club Stables.  ;52.*52—Mast vs. Fleixer. 32.‘53—Reler vs.  Schlebler. :5234—Blank vs.  Frankfurt. :52:55—Horowitz vs.  Bauer.  3240—L o u g h r a n vs. Continental Hygeia Ice Co.  ;5243—Delaney vs.  Schnaufer. 3250—Tirbett vs. Met.  William H. Smith.  Thomas Bain.  Andrew Gelderman. 1 SURROGATE'S COURT—Abbott. S.  The wills of William W Davis^^ August Apeh Louise M. Chapman, David 1. (Ylbb. Eliza Mills George Scherer. Jam^s H. Allen, Janies Brown, Catnerine Legmiller, and Charles  The^^accountlng in the estates of George W’. Streeter, John Hickey, Robert Murrell, Andrew McBride, and Marla Va^.oler.  The estates of George YV. Streeter; Mathias Bindrlno. George Schukhardt.  The real estate of Barbara Berker.  Contested calendar at 10::50.  49—The will of Eliza Mills.  ket part of the session. -----  mored to have sent In buying orders als«i. com-  mi.ssion house trade in general was on a large  scale while foreign houses operated on both  sides’of the market. Owing  ahd Roumanian crop adv ees the  kets were onlv modern tel v firm. London and  Iji'erpool closing %(S'sCl higher Paris Partly 5 points lower. Budape.st 7 points up. and Antwerp unchanged to *(» mark higher. Cabtes,to the Exchange said that French crop condltums had improved, while Roumanian estimates favored a vleld of 42,000.(VMl bushels, or twice as large as ‘la.st year. The Englteh visible supply Increased 2.744.5(X) bu.shels. There was a di-crease however, of 2 240.000 bushels in the amount on pas.sage. ^World’s «[hh^ment® ™ .500,(KMI bushels more than la;d    9 he \l. t  ble supply decreased 2:52.000 hn«hels. Tho tecal contract stock decreased    ^,.^11®  total stocks at New York Increased I ..«.i.(¥i bushels. Export business was only 2 loads. tloris of cash wheat, free bn hoard.  W'ere as follows: No. 2 red. New ^ ®*^1^ I'ov’s«».  1 hard Manitoba. S7(''.c: No. 1 bsrd, Dniath. 88«. and No. 1 Northern. Duluth, 8.5-y.<c. all prompt; No. 1 Northern. New Y'ork. 84«ic.  Cook#.  C(X)K —Bv competent young woman as excel« lent 'ceo'k in private family: ences fi.-m last place, 2.J) East 4»th St., Smith’s bell.    ^  CGOK.—City or country; call, two days, present employer can be seen; no letters or card# answered. 55 W'est »1st 8t.     ^  Dressmaker#.  DRESSMAKER.—By a thoroughly competent dressmaker; takes work home ladies' skirts, waists, capes; also aRerattens. children's dresses. Mrs. Hood, 186 West lulst St.    __  HouseworKer#.  HOUSEWORK.-By a young girl. anv housework; willing to learn. Duff>. 14» Arnsterdam Av.; no cards.    _______  Queens County Court Calendar.  SUPREME COURT—Special Term—Maddox, J^ Court opens and calendar called at 9::50 A. M.  84—Smith vs. Waltman  85—Same vs. same.  86—Hughes vs. Hughes 8S-ColUns vs. Molloy. 506—O’Donohue vs. N  Y. & Queens to. R. H.  89«i.-Henker vs.  Schw'icher.  94—Dietz vs. Fleer.  95—Ulmer vs. Rem-niehmauer.  9(5—Frisch vs. Thornton.  97—Merrett vs.  nelius.  98 -Same vs. Findlay. 102—Roscoe I.umber Co  vs. Standard Sllicia (?ement Co.  104—Mulligan vs. Callahan.  105—Wackenhut vs. N. Y'.    & Queens Co. R R  109—Wilson vs. Dreyer. U9—Stroube vs. Stroube  111—Electrome Mfg. Co. vs. I bert.  112—Jacob vs. O’Leary. 114—Freygang vs.  Freygang et al. Cor- ¡119—Glaser vs. City of New York.  120—Mechanics & Trad. Bk. vs. Stimmel.  Fkiur: up 21.C per bcnW: flr.st patents. «4.35: sec-i»nd patents. $4.15: first clears. $:>; second clears, $2.90.  DULUTH. Minn.. June lS.—VV'heat No.^t haro cash ber. rive  Northern. ..  ,39«(.e. Oats, 22«.j^.23c.  MILWAUKEE. June IS.—W'heat. higher:^ No. 1 Northern, 76t(;(^78c: No. Northern, 14 •.•(it 76«^.c. Rye. higher: No. 1. strong; No. 2, 44L¿c; sample, 4(X‘i44c.  FLOUR AND MEAL-Spring patents. $4(ii$4.35: Winter straights. $5.65(itS3.75:  LAUNDRESS.-By a first-class private family: city reference. H.. box o4J. 1,2<59 Broadway.  Sar#e».  NI’R$E.-By reliable young    w®^ïtlra  ehar,ge: bring up on bottle.    »-‘D    refereiieo.  031 Columbus Av. Hetherington.  YValtresse».  WAITRESS.-By a capable girl as    h»  \iivate family: best references gu;en. Appl> at present employer s. -.1 East Sdth bt. _  Miacelianeous.  M \N \GER. -ExperienetHÌ lady desires  meiit of hotel. Club. Isiarding. or private house. Kefiuemenl, 1.2C4*  121—Luf vs. Gauss. SUPREME    COITRT—'Frlal    Term.—Garret-son,  T —Court opens and calendar called at 9:30 A. M.  and to arrive. Rye Flour-Fair to good. $5(«i) $.3.25: choice to fancy. $:5.3uC.$3.6(). Cornmea-kiln-dried. $2.4(K<i$2-50. as to brand. Bag Meal— Flm. white and  221—Rhodes vs. How'ell. 205—Rohan vs. Met. St.  R. R. Co.  212—Thompson vs. Har-tig.  222—Comlskey vs. Elec-  235—Same vs. same.  2:57 Schroeder vs. Durr.  246—Capitani vs. YIet. St. R. R. Co.  247—People ex rei. Dixon vs. Simonson.  p^,.tl_Spring bran, spot. $16: sacks, to arrive. POO lb. $15.50(a*l».75: coarse W'in ter bran. $18.50. latter white; middling.s.    ‘’R>  #____ o-ii*    ViiYmlnv ohoD.    oil    meal.  trie III. & Power Co. |248—Grozinger vs. W’ie-  ibraii. $16.5(Xu$17; lionilnv chop. $15; oil meal. $27 50: llns»ed oilcake. $27; corn oilcake.    .  PROVISIONS.—PORK—Quiet: mess., ¡811. i»-»)) $12 50- familv. $i:5..5(Vii$14.25: short clear. SVA.M $14.25.’ BEEF—Quiet: mess.^ $9'iT$9.SO] famB>q  223—Pickel vs. N. Y'.  & (jueens ('o. R. R. 22i(-Kiras vs, Nichols Chemical Co.  232—Peterson vs. L. I.  R. K. Co.  234—Boyd vs. Graham.  bel.  250—People ex rel. Todd vs. Simonson.  254—Anderson vs. American Coffee Co.  258—Van Schaiok vs. Ficke.  Highest number reached on regular call, 260.  TIE COIIEBCUL WOBIB  CASH PRICES FOR STAPLES.   89«!   47V4   27  ..........$4.20  ........09    1-16  .........08«/is  ..........5.70   44  ..........11.25  ..........20.50   04V«   07« à  .......... 6.90  ..........19.75  ......19«^  St. Ry.  riTY' COURT—Trial Terni—Part III.—Hascall, J Held in Brownstone Building, (Chambers Street.)-Opens at 10 A.^^M.^ Calendarj;]ean 28*29-Lawson vs. Met.  2866—Beetha vs. Met.  St. Ry.    „ ,  2848—Rogalsky vs, Paul B. Pugh Co.  3071—Collyer vs. Naren.  2949—Rosenhalf vs.  Lancaster Ins. Co.  2950—Same vs. Atlas Assur. Co.    ^  2951—Same vs. Union Assur. Co.  2952—Same vs. Transatlantic Fire Ins.  Co.  2953—Same vs. Law  2818—Holtz vs. Met. St. Ry.  2835—Gilman vs. Welch. 2857—Asch vs. Met. St.  Ry. Co.  .3036—Compton vs.  Cameron. 2922—W'agner vs. Atlantic Transport Co. 1984—Campbell vs..Texas Central R. R. Co, 1418—O’Connell vs.  Mooney.  2839—Lynch vs.  —_ McGllncey. 4429Va—Cruger vs.  Dockstadter. 'union & C.’ & L. 1826-Kessler vs. Met.  St. Ry. Co.  1382—Haydock vs. H.  B. Claflln Co.  2199—Rosenfeld vs. Met. St. Ry. Co.  Ins. Co.  2954—Same vs. Manchester Fire Ins. Co.  2955—Same vs. Mutual Fire Ins. Co.  743—Reich vs. 2d Av. R. R.  Wheat. No. 2 red ...............  Corn, No. 2 mixed ..............  Oats, No. 2 mixed...............  Flour. Minnesota patents .......  ('otton, middling.................  Coffee, No. 7 Rio ...............  Sugar, granulated...............  Molasses, O. K., prime..........  Beef, family ....................  Beef hams .................  Tallow, prime ...................  Hogs, dressed, 169 lb............  Lard, prime  ............  Iron, No. 1 foundry ..............  Butter, creamery, extra .......  CHICAGO, June 18.—Flour, firm; No. 3 Spring wheat. 73#74V4c; No. 2 red. 8(K&81c; No. 2 corn, 40(U'40V4c; No. 2 yellow, 40^@40*-2c; No. 2 oats, 23V"(&23%c; No. 2 white. 26«4(®27e; No. 3 white, 25»X®20%c; No. 2 rye, 57c; good feeding barley. 37Ca:i8c; fair to choice malting, 4U(it-42Mic: N<J. 1 flaxseed $1.80; No. 1 Northw'esteni, $1.80; prime timothv seed. $2.50; mess pork, per barrel, $l(_l.40 fn:$«l 55: lard, per 100 lb, $6.57Va®$6.70; short ribs. Bides (loose.) $6.60(§)$6.90; dry salted shoulders, (boxed.) 6«/a@6%c; short clear sides, (boxed.) $7 20®$7.30: whisky, basis of high w'ines, $1.—.. L'gars. cutloaf, $6.:{8; granulated. $5.82; confectioners’ A. $5.78; off A, $5.6;{: clover, contract grade, $7.75®$8.  COTTON.—Shorts came in for severe punishment on the Cotton Exchange yesterday, but the bull faction was in no humor to follow up their advantage, owing to the presence of weak cables from Liverpool and bearish political news from the Far East. A decline of 4®(>V« points ivas noted in the Englisli markets at the time of our opening, and a goodly number of foreign selling orders were known to exist. It wil very evident that the English market had been depressed by the sensational China reports, and that the trade abroad considered the crop Suestion as a minor factor for the time ^In«. The local trade, however, while slightly enced by tho break in Liverpool and the political news subsequently became decidedly bullish on  ci-TMEATS-PlcUl«; bellies, quiet: smoking bellies. 9c: 19 lb. )< );''• lb 8«4c' 14 lb, 8c; pickled shoulders, dull. »5%(fi7^: pickled hams, inactive.  Y  Oiil(»t' city, 4«/hc; countr^. 4 4(&4%t.  FARD-lteiay. SO W; cfty lard.. dwll. S6.;!0; re-fined lard, dull; South America. $».‘»: ( ontlnent. $7' Brazil, kegs. .$8.85; compound, quiet; c t\. 6V4c:    Western.^ 6%e. STEARINE-Weak; oleo.  6®6«4c: city lard stearine. 8c.  LIVERPOOL. June 18.—Closing:    Beef—Extra,  India mess, steady, 7()s :{d: prime mess, steady. 6,Ss 9d Pork—Prime mess, fine W esiern, steady. »I'n's    Lard—American refined, in pails. duH. .^»s  q<l- r.rifne Western. In tierces, steadj, »4s Jtl. IJanis-Shirt cut. 14 to 16 lb, dull. 47s. Bacon-Cumbei land cut. 28 to 30 lb. dull. 41s; short rib. 18 to lb easv, 4:’»s 6d; long clear middles, liPht -io to 35 lb. dull. 42s (5d; long clear middles heavv 35 to 40 lb, dull. 42s: short clear back« 14 to 16 lb. dull. 40s. Shoulders-Square to'l4 lb dull. 36s. Cheese-.Vmerican. finest  iii'i i"„d coiored.firm, ••?>»■    is,':  and required. Cliui.eron, Box o4-. 1.2W ß«®“  w ay.  position on board steamer. Airs. :i2d 8t.  SITUATIONS YV ANTED—MALES.  Mlscellaneon#.  otFNOGRYPHER. Ten years’ experience In  during day and return work l®‘l®''‘' « strictly confidential;    ®    ‘  Daniels. 767 Macon M.. Brooklyn.     ^  ments to the United States. 13.(HJ0 bags; to Eu-roi«e 29.9«)U bags.    , „  (ÎVntract prices ranged as follows  June ....  •luly.....  August .. September October . November 1 leccmber January . February March .. Ap.ril .... May     Open.    High.    Lijw.      .7.25    7, *25    7.’25      , 7.    7.:i')    7.2('l          7.25    7.25          7.-30    7 25      .7.4»^    7.40    7.49      ! .7.M    7.(59    7.55     Close. 7.2'«3i7.23 7.2(KqT 2."» 7.2(.>®7.25 7.29®!. 2» T.2i)''i7.2.Y 7.25((i7.:{9 7.35CaT.4.> 7.45®7.5‘» 7.»()(bT.».V 7.5»)U7.'i9 7.*>*)(аТ.(>» 7.79® 7.75  FUREbVn MARKETS.-Santos-Coffee market  barely steady. K»od average ^.^antos^  87.r.‘ 'bug^^ stock. 294...()9 bags. Ham-  lowr;    May.  Sr25"”AZraiian. Iii I.on.ioP, dull.  tf-r—Good I’nlted States. i(»s. Peas—C'anadian.  S^.L"wheat-S,H>t f^,N(X 1 r^N^^  r^?*ÎSÎS55  COFFEE.—-Vgain yesterday the    lua«*;  ket w'orked lower under active liquidation and brisk bear speculation, prompted largely by big Brazilian port receipts, a generally bearish turn S statistics and weakness in the market for i LlfTwoDerty. The European markets reported emnhÎtîc declines, .presumably under the s^-3 fnWuences w'hich dominated sentiment here. Our market wened 19 to 15 points lower, and further S of)’ 5 to 10 points, after which there was a nartial rally on profit taking. The close w^as steady at a net fall of 10 to 15 points bales for the dlv were 19.990 bags, rather smaller than the nverag'e of late. The sensational reports from ChîL t-ndcd to check sneculatten to some extent the public fearing possible far-reaching cSn’plications as a result of the present trouble in the Far East. Europe was a moderate seller n m.r mLket In the Street market for spot coffee business was more or less muddled, with Prtcis v£ lower, to the basis of 8t(jC for invoice ws of \'o 7 Rio. Buyers were inclined to pro-nrastinate ‘ seeing possible further declines with an in?reSe/irop movement in Brazil. Importées were reluctant to give way to the demand.s for lower prices. Clearances for the United states included 10.000 bags In steamer Coleridge' Receipts at Rio for the week just ended were 20 009 bags, against 1.3.000 the previous wiek. and 56.900 bags last year. Santos receipts aggregated .‘Î2.000 bags, as compared with 2.{.(Kk> list week, and 97.000 bags for the same week a vear ago. Rio shipments to the United States, 42,tKH) bis; to Europe, 1,000 bags. Santos shlp-  "'oilTir-Petroleum. barrels. $7.85. and in bulk  tnn seed »11. prime, cruue.    •>->'.    .—;•••  Inal;' prime. Summer yellow.    jJ.’  off Summer, yellow, —»c. nominal. lutte ,  ikdernomlnairprlm^ White. :{M;:’.9c. nominal;  bu'ïleï  \inerican raw. 67(ii*î8c: Amcr<can. boiled. ЬУ^Й vmerurt    \ve.stern    liïtsee.1    oil  ,Uc. ( ^ICUUH. га«. >. .    к»й|'5Г»о.  N.    a‘HT(L VV VVi  52,1K>.  ”\VIT MINGTON. N. C-. June 18.—Spirits of turpentine steadv. 4‘2Mi43«,e; receipts 86 cpks. Resin steadv. $l.050t$l.l0; receipts. $2.9(«. Crude Sirpentlne steady. $l.tkK'.t$2 (^; receipts, 12 casks. Tar quiet. $1.49; receipts, 99 bbls.  SWANN AH. Ga., June IS.-Spirits of turpen-tln^ firm at 43Vsc: receipts. 1,047 casks; sales. 1 575 casks; cXiK>rts. 16«) casks. Resin flrm^a unchanged; receipts 2 92:3 barrels; sales. 1.9«  barrels; exports. 4.545 barrels.  CHYRLEBTON. S. C.. June IS.-Turpentine market nominal; sales, none; quotations omitted. Resin, quiet, unchanged: sales none.  yifTYLS.—Pig iron warrants very weak; tin, $,'{9 40- lead. $3.1»: spelter. $4.22Vj.  LIVE S’rOC'K.-Steers. $5(«i$5.60; bulls $3(8 $4 69; cows. $2.50(«i$4; cables lower. CALVES— MnrkGt 25c higher on veals: buttermilks lower; about 2(Xrun"'Md; veals, $5«i$7: culls. $^$4;W: buttermilks, $:{.75<ii$4.59. SHEEP AND LAM^S -Sheep. $:i.59®$5.15: choice. $5.29; ers $5 45(i^5.6»»: culls and buck.«, $2.50@$3.».  $S®$7.60: extra. $7 70(a|1.75: Cttlta. $4.75. HOGS—Firm for State hogs.   

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