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AFFAIRS IX BROOKLYN. THEY PAY IMPURE VIRUS KILLED HER. J. CHILD DIES PROM LOCKJAW VACCINATED A WEEK v- ? ? tN INSI E'*T. IR HER BRO"! HEB - BISTER ' l_* i ILL rul'.i Bini sr- - ,,. I, dli I yeste-ftfay mornini? a mfferlng from lockjaw, I ls aald, ot bad virus. Thc child',s , IO Thames-st. Julia, with hei- elder hla, ind her Joseph, af Twn weeki ?*i r, spector of the to vaccinate ? ? '-'? i ?? i Julia was called she told tlu ir. pec lei .ni l brother hii'i I.ct ii snd bai I hei arm t show I No attentl n, ir li was j'.i I to tl tlon ? - ia faint. 1 day th? .-,- well, snd twelve houri later the sw. ll ni h. i i large site. Th, in*- also apres i io the lefl the boy Joseph were also iii. bul Boon r, The soie : - large and constantly dis? charge! pus. On Monday the condition of the child had Im? proved somewhat, and sht wai perm tend her clasa, That afternoon rh. complained to her mother thal e expel ed a little difficulty In opsnlng her Jaws. The (aim evening the Jaws bees mt) firmly i >ck< I. Hr. Schwab, who lives In the neighborhood, w.is then summoned, and he called in ,' Dr. Mi fi - for the ph; - aldan describing th- case ai tetanus. From that time until death came th- Buffering Increased. Tlie child had alwayi enjoyed good health, the i irents aay, until ahe v. I Both Binggi his wife declare thal i ins told them that the chlM's death waa undoubtedly due m th. vaeeinatlon. Im-. Schwab --'iii thal tho child had died fr,->m lockjaw, ll- sr. i '-..? knew nothing aboul rh.- vac clnatlon, and addi 1 'nar ti.- wss nol prep red t i say 'lu: lo '? n lue to th" us< of imputv vlrus. ? POM CK OFFICERS Fi>K TIIK NEW WARD. Thc new Twenty-ninth Ward has been organized as the Twenty-second Sub-Preclncl by Police Com missloni-r '.' Oeoi A Buck holz. of tie Si\:!i iv .i<-t. haa been placed In eharKe of it. lt ,- expect ! thal h.* will be male a captain when '.".-? precinct is fully organ./.? I. Cu tain Ki-y.-.r. who had charge of the Platbuah police, is :-, i I ? .i detective-sergeant. All th.- pa? trolmen become member! of the Brooklyn fore*. Sargeant Buckh ;?/ baa been on the police fore for twenty-five yeara an.l i acrg. ni slnci iv:1 Ho is a Republican .:? politics, and haa aeen yo-.incer men promoted ovei leah ser? geants of th" new nub-precinct are John !. Zim? mermann anl A. .i. t?cea. There will i"' sixteen pa? trolmen, including four mounted men, 'i'l.- head? quarters will remain tn the Town Hail in Qrant-st. GATHERED ABOUT THK TOWX. Thc fa,*t was disci ,s, l yeaterday that A. Augus tus Healy, whose confirmation as Coll, tcrnal Revenue in Brooklyn, uni- ; -nt by President c by Senatoi Hill, bai been in Eui -: ? .i i weeks. His broth.-r said yesterday thal the newa of his departure waa kept quiet because li" i" I no: want it -,.. 1, ? gen? erally known thsl he was .-'.way. The Illness of Judge Pratt will probably prevent his atttlns In the Oeneral Term of rv 8 Court, in I' i cpsle, on Ute -? roi I M i lay in May. when thi appeal in the >i -Kan.- cai come up Thi other Oeneral Tenn Brown an.l Dykman, of the other three ju ' the district, ai: are disqualified from Bitting ir. Judge Pratt' ia they have each hal mora or less to ilo with the McKane matter. The nam.s of a number of streets ;n the former town of Flatbush will hav to he changed in con? sequence of annexation to the pity. It is proposed to rename Vernon-ave. Slocum-ave., in honor of th-* memory of the late general. The Board of Education will ask the Board of Estimate f.r l-"<'r>..".-. for next year. This is HW. S16 less than nns asked for last year, when ?:?:]. 924 was appropriate,!. Dr. Charles H. Hall, rector of Holy Trinity, has returned home after an absence of six months, mainly spent upon the Island of Jamaica. He had S slljrht stroke of paralysis before he went away, but returns In f-xcellent health. He will officiate in his church on Sunday. Another protest against the j*rantinsr of the fran? chise asked for by the South Hrooklyn Railroad and Terminal Company was presented to Mayor Schleren yesterday by Baa len Shanks, counsel for the Trinity Sixth Ward Property Owners' Assocta tion. He showed that there was no time tlxe<l In the resolutions f,.r beginning or completing thc work, and that the report of the company ihowed a deficit for th- las; year of *??">;,,<-.,. While Its capital was onl) v ,000, lu fund, l deb! waa U.200, ooo, and 'ts Boating deht M56.04S 27, and it owed the city J20,ono in arrears of tax, a. Corporal Tanner, who recently had to submit to a reamputatlon of both leps, returned yeaterday to the Hotel St. Qeorge from a tw > weeks' rrj. t,. Galveston, Tex., whither he went after he was able to leave the hospital. H.- was much Improved by the voyage, anl will return to Washington ?-?."ii John FremKen, fourteen years obi. employ, 1 as an elevator boy by Block .v Flschel, clothiers, at Broadway ar. i Myrtle-ave., waa killed yeaterday morning by belns caught between the elevator an.l the wall of tba shaft. elevator reached the top floor Krem-*en pulled what li" supp be the check rope and then atepped forward. The elevator eliot ah. al. catching him between th.* flooring and th.- top Of the open shaft. He Wai dead when asalatance r.a. Iud him. The boy llvi 1 at No. 1,411 IJ.lUS-r.iV.-. ARBITRAGE AND THK STOCK BROKERS OUT-OF-TOWN EXCHANOES GROWING INDIO KANT?HOW Till-: QUESTION AFFECTS STOCK EXCHANOE POLITICS. The comint,* annual election at th? Stock Ex chanse has recelvi i additional Interest on , of the questions awakened by the fulmination ,,f the Governing Committee against arbitrage busi? ness between the Stock Exchanges of New-York, Boston. Philadelphia an 1 other ,1 imestlc No opposition tlck.-i ha-- h"cn place) in the field, but lt ls .xp.'cr.'i that there will be a tremendous "scratching" of th.* regular ticket. A n.-w ticket ls In the tb 11. which i- sall by it? advocatea to represent hostility to thc arbitrage bualneaa, "as lt was," but to favor a n.-w arbitral,'" ? berne, on the lines of a "new Tammany" in politics. Tba "out and-out" "arbitrageurs" i iy that thi-- ticket ls run with the object of defeallni Clarence s. Day and H. K. Pommy, preses I ra abets of the OVivrnniK Committee, who wera In the minority of leven which votei ajMinst the resolutions Intended t,. destroy the arbitrage bush There continues t, 1," mu.-h complaint In B and Philadelphia si lo the affect <>f the action of tha New-York g n .mora Philadelphia complains that there has i? ? r: almost .rn absolute stoppage of the business between that city and N. w-Y .rk. A Phli adeiph.a n nar-,, ii writ.-r asy a: "Th.- deallnga in New-York lin St. Pauli musr have been a | i id deal curta,. ? 1. an! !!:? market will undow. be narrow.-I in greater proportion, Th., arbitrage trader waa slwaya on hand and always ready to do bualneas, .ml waa . instant manufacturer of quo? tations. Tin- effect ..; m.- elimination of thia force from the market remains I ? ba il ir ,* likely to h.- important. lt would accra, to nave been unwise to hav,- adopt.,i any couraa at this time which ha-l a tendency to restrict thi- volume of business. Th" Philadelphia arbitrage ti have not mil" .;. their mind* whs) they win da They will noi retire from the business, and there ls talk of ni:ik:ir^ arrangement arith tha Con? solidated Exchange." The brokers of Baltimore are writing In their letters rigorous protests against the policy of the governor- ,,f the New. York Stock Exchange. It is aald that there is a possibility in .. .-hort tim- ,.f a general organisation among tne out-of-i wn exchanges to protect the arbitrage business, even if it is neceasary io make closer com, b the Consolidated Bl ?-k and Petroleum Exchange. HEAVY GOLD EXPORTS EXPhVTKD. The strength of the foreign exchange marketa assures a large export of gold this week. Arran*' ments were made yesterday for the shipment of $1,000,000 gold by Lazar! Frdres and |_SS,0M by Heldelbach, lckelhclmer "t Co. on the steamer Au? gusta Victoria to-day. As the vessel does not ?aii until 3:30 p rn. there ls ample time for the with? drawal ?f tha precious metal from th- Bub-Treasury. There wii! -jrobubly be $J.o<>i.i'uu to Kiwi.."-.-" gold ahlpped on Saturday. The eitlux is tha result of customary sprint; settlements of commercial obli? gations, and tho recent decline In exports and the suspension of foreign purchases of American se? curities have curtailed the supply of bills of ex? change. sj ? A GROCER FAILS FOR JZll.OOO. " Stockton, Cal., May 2.-H. O. Southworth. mem? ber of the firm of Southworth A* (Jratton, grocers, haa filed a petition of Insolvency; Indebtedness "534.000; assets. 1255,000 The business of the firm ls not affected. The depreciation In the value of real aatate ls assigned as the causa. HEROIC SRRYKES rSRECnOSlZEO. Dr. Jenkins said yesterday: "Mrs. Juliette Hen? son, who died In Bellevue Hospital yesterday, was the besl nurse I over had In my service. She was the first nurse to volunteer for duty st Quarantine when cholera appeared In the Lower Hay In 13-9J. 8he was placed In charge of th" Swinburne Island Hos? pital iiur.-es Iii September. 1192, and again In Augu?t, I*-:..:, on Loth occasion! when the cholera was there. She ams untiring lu her devotion lo the patients, and it ls largely due to this fa>-t that the death rate was so lon.. I'll" loss of hei s.-rvi.-es to the Stun? ts much to he regretted. I Ihlnk sh?* ought ro have a monument for ber courage and devotion In those trying limes." Mrs. Henson's body lay unclaimed yesterday. TUE SCHOOL MUDDLE MAT RE COMi'ROMiSEn It was generally BUpposed that when the Hoard of Education met yesterday lt would settle the fight now on between it and th'* trustees of the Twelfth nml Nineteenth wards, lt had been given out by several of the Commissioners that they proposed to bring ihe trusteea up with a round turn. The trou? ble -ar. discussed to rem. extent in the open ses? sion, but aft.-r some wrangling lt Mas decided to have th- thing out In private. The i aecutlVI s. ? lon lasted considerably over two hours, and the Commlaslonera Anally decided l, pul th" uh.,'..- business over mi th" neal n.Ung There seemed to be Indications that the Commissioners '-' ' kelling .1 little. A f.W M. elis ilg<> t!: board \ ar lor liking .hinge of ile- Behool, tb- pu:, clpalshlp ..f nt.i.h ha,i i,e.,, ti,.- cause of th.- dis p ?!? No. IQ, in lh" Twelfth Ward anl ousting th. Ii isteea Nos a good many ,.i the Commissioners m. rang.-,I on'th. ? -r h. : aide Th- prospecta ar. that there will !"? a compromiae of aome This statement la born, out l.y the fact thar the trustees of th.- Nineteenth Ward have indorse.I the appointment of T. S. O'Brien to be the principal oi No c. Tiler.- is ii string t.i the Indorsement, however. The trustees will stand by O'Brien pro- . vlded their candidate for th,* place receives the prln cipalship of the n.-w Madlaon-ave. schcol. "RIO SEX" AND THE 0MMMLM1 MONUMENT. A meeting of the Horace Greeley Statue Commit? tee was held yesterday afternoon at the office of W W. Nibs, No. ll Wall-st. A committee from ?""_***? six." consisting of President J. j. Murphy, Owen J. Kindeion. Mai un j. Healey, xv. L Wright, A. Klebold. L. J. Washburn and William Ferguson, conferred with th.- committee. Georgs EL Moore. commander of Horace Qroeiey Post, G. A. H., which ls composed mostly of union printers, and represent? atives of Typographical I'nlon No. i?8 were also present. It ls probable that the committee will re? port on the advisability of a general parade on the .lay the statue la unveiled. The printers, who are enthusiast!" about the matter, have taken the affair in band. A Special committee waa appointed to ar? range for the unveiling ceremonies While the pro gramme hits aol been fully arrunjred, lt will In? clude a sp.-.-.-h b> Qeorge M. .Moore and an ora? tion by Congressman Amos J. Cummings, who ls a member of "Hlg Six." The triangle at Thlrtv thlrd-at. and Broadway, where the atatue ls to be placed, bas been named Greeley Square. ROME NEWS. i i PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THK HOTELS. CAMBRIDGE?W. H. Robertson. United state* sui ai Hamburg. FIFTH AVENUE Ex-Con i -ed. il OIL SE! John C. New. of Indianapolis. HOLLAND H. IU8E Btephi n O'Mt ara, of Bostoi Con Bourke Cockran. WALDORF V'lce Prealdenl Thom. M Kins of the Baltimore and Railroad Company; TX. B. Angus, of Montreal. and Lynde Harrison of New-Haven. WINDSOR? Ex-Congressman Jehu Vf, Csndler, of Boston, and \ or F. Lau on, ? I ? - WHAT Ir-' GOING ON TO-DAY. ? imber of <' iirnni r re, 12 SO p. m. Dr. Meyet trial, Courl ot General Pe?s!*>ns. , li Iphla baseball game, Polo Gro irids. 1 p. ii.. Bro iklj ?: Horse Show, I ,oe snd Farm Show, Madison Square Garden. Homoeopath Mi Heal College Commencement! N.,. na Wesl Fortletb-at., I p. m. Dinner al Del 7:30 i>. m. Brooklyn New-England Society, No. 171 Mon t., 8 p. m. Catholic Club meeting, S p. m. Princeton Club, Hotel Brunswick, 8:r.o p. m. Tariff maas-meetlng, Cooper Union, S p. m. Academy of Medicine, No. 17 West Forty-thlrd ! st.. s p. m Hobart College reception. Hobart Hall, No. 29 Lafayette Place, 8:30 p. m. Woman Suffrage League, No. 12a Kast Twenty I thil '1-st.. I p. m. Phi Chapter, Zeta Psi Fraternity, reunion, Uni , yerai ty of the Ciiy of New-York. 8 p. m. Reception to Admiral Benham, Knited Service Club, evening. Phi Delta Cub entertainment In aid of Tribune Prei h-AIr Fund, Nut ley, N. J., K :"o p. m. Immigration opposition meeting, No. 8 I'nlon : Bqusre, ( p m. I Good Government Club R, No. 70 West One-hun ?lr, l-and-fourth-at., 8 p. m. NEW-TORK CITY. Ernenweln, th.- hatter, who has been so many years in the Tract Building, Ni. 14S Nassau-st., baa removed just around the corner anti has com? fortably fitted up his new business home at No. 4.) l; >sr The Tribune hal received lld from "Chemist" for the Fresh-Air Fund. The new cruiser Cincinnati is now in the dry locki in the Navy Yard, where her bottom ls t.. be .1. arie.1 and painted. She may be pat Into com n at almost any time after she cornea out of the dock. charles F. Pares waa yeaterday aequitted in the C url of Bpi " .1 Besalon of the charge of fast driv Ing bi Centra] Park. The annual Joint debate between th.* Barnard Itlon and the Plillolexian s of .'"lum'.,ia College win ta ,;e place this evening in room No. ll of th" Kaw Behool. Ths speakers in the affirmative representing the Phllolexlan So? ciety ur.- .\ .- Phillipa and P. E. Brodt; on the negative, representing Barnard, nre \v. D. Street and Shepherd Knapp. Th- judgea ar- Prof. Pur lick .md Moore, of the Kaw School, anl B ur? ge.! f tl B I of Polll il 8cl< A meeting of the New-York Ml xoscoplcal Society will bc held in Mott Memorial Hall, No. ??! Madl ,'..-, to-moiTow night. Al ills meeting then win be sn exhibition and explanation of objecta by members, and a report by thc committee on s; inlaid--, trays and apparatus. The Harlem branch of the Young Women's Chris? tian Association Will give an entertainment at Its rooms, No. ">' Weal One-hundred-and-twenty fourth-al , on Monday evening. The entertainment win be an "Illustrated Nursery Rhyme Party." The fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Young Men's Christian Association Will fall on June :,. The various branches throughout th> wori 1 are planning to celebrate the d,iv with titling ?er A gr.at Jubilee m**etlng will be held In th" Harlem branch at which many well-known men of this anl ..th-r cities will speak, and to whl.*h the Harlem public will be lnv Michael Donnelly, who attempted to shoot Pat? rick J. McArdle In the Court of common Pleas last week, was held in l.",,fX-0 bail by Justice Marlin In the Tombs Police COUli yesterday, to await the action of the Grand Jury. The annual free springtide festival concert of the First Presbyterian Church, at Fifth-av Twelfth-St., Will be given by William C. Csi morrow evening. The programme will be devoted lo the works of George Frederick Handel, and Mr. Cari will be asalated by .M:?s Kate Percy Douglas, soprano; Mra. Antonia ll Sawyer, ? ni .-? L P, Purler, ter, ir; John C, Dem] barytone, and Lewis Schmidt, Jr., violinist. The steamship Miranda, front Bellse, Grey town and Kingston, reports a hasardoua voyage ,,n her trip tr.-rn thia port. There wai a ten-ton li liva on de k. i- - li ? i lot ol i iry m nerlai for the Guatemalan Railroad. A tc ree n irtl strm k the veaael just north of the Gulf Stream and thi waves awepl the decks. Lashing! had to b. made in every direction to prevent the engtn< the deckload from breaking loose. At a meeting of the stockh . li i of the Bank of New-Amsterdam, Thlrty-nlnth-st. snd Broadway, yesterday ih>- following directors were elected Thomas C. Acton, Daniel D. Babcock, John B Barnes, Frederick Cromwell, Frank Curtlss, Thomas Denny, Rob-rt Ooelnt, c a Haven, R. V". I. wis. Georg" W. Kars, John I. Kirk.-r, Elihu Root, John A. Sr. wart. Q il Sci bner, Louis Storn. F, D Tappen, John T. Terry, Frank Tilford a.n-1 R w. Gallaway Th'- ula Of the furniture of the Old Albemarle Hotel, Twenty-flfth-Bt. and Bi idway, began at io o'clock yeaterday in.,mini;, and will continue dally until the budding is stripped of lt- contents In anawer to num.-rous Inquiries it was an nounced yeaterday thal thc cul In steerage rates which waa recently mad,- by the Continental ateamahlp linea appllea to passengers from America to Europe only, and nol lo Immigrant fares, which remain as high as they bave*been. "An Act of Simple Justice." Marion Harland's Great Endorse? ment of Royal Baking Powder. [Extract from Marion Harland's Letter to tbe Royal Baking Powder Co.] tjyp-44 frus tL&s&V e^rt^U^i^i /_vt4*i^S__> ?fe *t^^^^^^c>C^t^O ?C^u' <pz*>t*t04*J2^j?!^C? Author of "Common Sense in the Household." NEWS FROM THE SUBURBS. WESTCHESTER COUNTY MOUNT VERNON. The Democrats ol Mount Vernon, bavins " In trade which ?iii Inviti th. cof_flden of the public, ar.- endeavoring to m.ik" a program! ? . bul lt requ ?o prova thal ll bas no fou Th" Demo, thal thi -.,-. ra:.* |a proof ih.it the lt. publl an a In M .i::i! V- mon Iii- I- :. in bul lb- ti.'ir-s an If- from thi records nt ri,- >-i'\ an l thi ar., open roth-,"/ r not, will convince any ons Bruah, in his mesaage a men.-nu; .cir work with a dei ' ? tri- finances lo ..-. were powerless ii tte Ol :!. that when I deficit n i in ? Uar- hal been I "'lU' lr.:.-. 1*. : , nc ? t il amlnal h ive ba en in rv- ti . by : ,\ ' ?? hand. Th. c .mpelli 1 ? ' 140.1100, with tn atu.i -I a-, I torr. ?-. ,:???. for I stan lin*, and t.i n fl ,:',r" the | .. -i but for Ul" ' '?"? I ?:? raised '!.- tax ral ?bow tn.it rb" I. , thoron. : ix i , . ri .ii the I ??mo ral 11 uni Tl ? ' ' M ty iv. I'd- 'ii I., a , mai., an i , . ' ticket ale Ii.' ll Of Si :. ' : ,:. 1 , TONK! R The new I: Genet kers has organist I with th Hunt, [,.-es;.i,-nt.. .; i i Charles H. Austin, s- ? . ? Islam secretari : Stephen ll. 1 and Reuben Hiv. 1 .*.-? -Utlve ' ' uni..' ... H Th.v.-r, First Wa Ward: J. Irving Hui na. Third Wai Browne, Fifth W NEW-JEItSEY. JERSEY CITY. K.r? i ? rnmli lon- r Kern ' keepi a livei ? : , take the animal K .1 ;:<i i ir itore to ratll pale wai Poll. I ' ... ?? N t ? I i I.- r on th. . : NEWARK. Miss Helei ? I.-- ir\. i -? l.,v. renes Birt ? : Pul ,-si.. . i ime ' :, daughter of I mi,.. I Keary, a int, an.l three of her NEW-RRUNBWICK. The coner, .-..teri of tl.'* Pira! ll '-? ... Brutuslek i.. i the Rn frank a. Smith, past r of I . ? B imervllle, N i.r I Ilapl lal , 'har -I, 1. , < ': ? ? I,..'. ml., r, when th. i: i M il pas ur- ii?-1 t.. take chan.'? il i ? for ....-? i m i buah, I. I. .Tn- . ? .. ? .' .i m..in in iu in response lo ??.??? , who ha I lu .rd ! I ? ? M r Smith ls a eradu,.],. ,,j Brown I'nlverslt) and of t 'r icier Theoloa ORANGE. A burning a thal alli probably have a fatal endlm* occurred In ' >: , night. Henry Decker, a fl .ri . kaepa bli si Ni. 2-2 Center-st, >snd llvea in the r.-nr. His daughter, Miss Susie Decker, aged twenty, sra late on Tuesday evening nins in the atore, Directly over her head eras a bracket lamn on the wall. With no warning tbe lamp bim denly exploded, acatterlns th. burnins oil ...i over tlie unfortunate girl .i ? the ? iom Th.* flumes wt- pul fDculty The ? woman waa taken io a hospital, where, ii wari said, ther-- was little hope of h, r recovery, ? ? NUTLET. The firs! musical at I dramatic entertalnmenl of ihe Phi Delta club, of Mulley, foi the benefit of The Tribune Kr<r-h All l-'und. will be given al the franklin Club Hon e. In Nutley, ti.is .. H:30 p, m. The ? .:., .-. ni principal number- In thi nt, r, ng md attractive programme ar.- the comedy, "Christian inn, m . and the farce. "Who i< Who?" Between thi ie j.lays th."- arlu be voe .1 an n irumi nial tiona The entertalnmenl will bi well worth j ol a visit on Hs merits, fend will sid a *?.1 cause BUSTS rm: int: OOStlBKSSloSAl LIBRA BY. General Cssey, (Thief of L'nll -i Ststea Eng.n era has finally selected ii ora lh. can sculptors J. Si .tl Hartley, National Ai id. mi,'lan. Herbert Adnu and Mr. Ruksthul i, .s cute ih" 1,- m hlch u iii I,.- cul In granite and place I In the round architectural [aces main 11? .. la of the t'ongn ..-.; i,.i,. a\ tl Washington. Mr Hal ire Wa lon Irving, i: ilph Wal I , Km i un an i Nath rn .'-: H.. '.Mn., rue. I .. Mi. lb rh. ri Ad un- li , signed the bust-. .?:' Demosthenes, Dante and wlr Walter Scott Goethe. Ma.ama,, and Benjamin Kin..kim ar.- to i. modell. I le. Mr. Ruksthul There was a meeting o; thi three lerday as n M lin d by tne . ?;,:.?: .,( I.,,.Te . ..',: ?_ ,,r.!t-r to secure unity ol treatment, and ll was rr. that the nine busts, .ii, supported by uniform pedestal.... should be modelled In the nudi MA RINE J N TE L110 B VOE. illNIAXriti; ALMANAC Kunrijr 4:*>C Sun asl I M MOSS ri..-- ? tn In KtMMB'l -if il "glOH H'ATKK Ttl DAY. A.M-5"an*y Knoll MTjOov. Islitn.l flOfl Hell Oat- R OJ I'.M-P.-in'y Hwk il I,", i i.i. Island ti ;n; ii-ii i,m, g|__ INCOMING STEAMER*. V TO-PAT. Veatel. Fmm I |-r X P F Wilhelm.Napl-t. At.rll 13.M O LiovS -ISSI.r,?'r"-, *** PrU 21.Cr.luml.ln **<-u-trl? - ...Gibraltar. April IS. Kal.r P-r.la_ MoB_a-_|....Lon4ar>_, April ll.i. ...I... WI*-oa Trev*.Hn-mi-n. April 24.N r, U-iyd ?ti.i lia-sow, .Mirri -.-1.Allan-Stats . i.(libral**., April li.Anchor FRIDAT, MAY 4. ??ie.Liverpool, April 2."..White Star N : ni inrii.i. Hamburg, April 2fl.Hamb-Amer !.nibrallni April it-.Il irnl.-Arn?r .Ilammi tpril i- _il imb-Amer Vlrslnla.Christian! ind, April '.1.Scan'lu BATU RI \ . . Il \ v 5 New-Tort.Bouthai M .American i .i.-a? -j ?-?:. Apiil 'ju . . ^ ?. i . tpril 20 . P rtua ie*e . ' tpril IS .I! imb-Amer .,N . ? . i M . ?. 1 .NV* Cuba ( * ll,ill Xi, SLEA \IER% Tl r AT. v-.-i r.r. r - Kalla elese. Tesaal sails I' I), UH larra .K* 30 a rn I :?*?? P m i limb A mr. ll mit. 12 rn. p rn "i SO j. m lil . 1*00 P tr, FRIDAT, MAT 4. lt-mci.I.. 1 ?im p m 3'?. ?? i-i . .'J "" I> ni SATL'RDAT, mat b . nnoam ti-no a m t > J ??' , rr> ' - ? i ? I: on | ? ? , 'ri I BO p rn ,; . ||:S0 p i , ? ? 2:1 ? ? .-. .. m : ?? . 8-00 p m . ' ? . . . IrOO p m sm rn.\n m. ns. PORT OF NEW-TORK WEPNESPAT. MAT 2. ISM ARRI! - ,- ? April is. In bel? lum H . -, Uar at T :SO S I ? il l< it. lerbi a k Arrived at tt . rn Igi Grant. Antwerp April 21, i UN ? \ ? ? . - ? ? . ? Messina April 7. ii IS with mdse t Phelps ra f. days, .arith fruit Ihi Hat il Tels p tn ? . tpril rt. ?i ... ,,,,i ll thc Mar .,- - M -??? i'm- an* Savannah, - ft-. 24 Pori Marla 23, Ann.it , Bay th frull t ? J i: Ken .* Ca Arrived il .... M ir at ' Wist '. - ? ? ?? m April IT. Taipan 23, I't ?rsao 24, Barana 2S, with James E \\ ai 1*0 Arrived I! ,.- ,' |ll -t tufpistlns, Qasklll, Jacksonville * ?a l ina I.-n: ' rr i i-esiel to 11 a j ? ? ? ? Bavai -.. Apr ' 29, - tb ?: i '.i *ai"i n lee act ; v a, with a lo Con ' idelphla, with rr lae ? -ll rr K rn- 100 ? - - ll I Vi Kl well A , ' :?-?-. ii ... ... i ia lara I., A Payton * C ? ? i.; dara wita . ma Knowlton. Hu.la.-n. J mille ll lara M - J .. .... p ni - \\ lerate . [.EARED. ri M tltland Wort and Blehm ,nd I il 1 ? ? ? ? ..-..- ? n, vie Queens ? ? Antw. rp Inter* - Montego Ila) Jai .1 i: i. .- ? Ma || ?? M Inti i na ? ? "er,, le :?? r OM rall IT a ti 1 N 11 ll * 1. ' ? li rvi.-r?ti, Willem, Philadelphia ii .ffman, Bevans James v. Ward ? hester, I'harl-st'n uni Jai ? n lille si. tm.-i ,' Hartnrn, Baltimore ll C F Itsr ? : , til Hr). Hui ii : .1. Arkell .-. ? ... 1 1 abbot! Hull ?? lent m .t- Son. -.r- e. ' - ?,,.-"..;. BS, 111* ? 1 i-, at lek, li , luaj 111. Puerto ? 1 ? tiklns, Sai innah, ''.-t S I. Steamer El Mar, i-.rr-nt. Neva Orleans-.! T Van S! kle. ? ? , I tl few Alls! m. Bald V Steam*! Manhanaet (Br), Puck, Mast pert If esra T ll 'K.ltl'?? Stearne) .ut,,- (Br), Smith. Llrerpt 1 11 Maltlanl K?r p.". Steamer Altonower (Br), Murray. Limerick- llenderann I Bark Heber , lin, fiowllnr. Tun,-I,ni Madeira McIntosh. ?-. Co BAILED. Steamers Seminole. Ch?rl?*.r,,n ano* Jafkaenvttle: Berlin impton: Teuton', ,lir>. Liverpool; fteguranca, Havana Westernland iBelgl. Antwerp; Suevla lOer), lllb i.-.iiio ..n. 1 Naples; I'olorsdo dir. Hull. Kl Mar, New 1 iii..11 (tl 'un ?:. I. Norfolk ar-.,I Itt,-, mo rv I. lien venue I Bri, I.'ltii. lltltannla (Fri. Marseille!; Pocaaarl ilirl, Havannah: A lee to .Hr,. London; Wltteklnd (Oer), Bremen, via yueenilown BOTH I T,' MARIN**"!!"**, KU ow, ..f Ledge linn B Notice tn hersh) atren that, on or aboul May i'i. 1*04. a K.,? ugh ? : 1 painted res. numbered li, anl nh..wine a -'xri white Hrh! mil bs rab-tltuted for th* rn ir 1 ipar 1.ney martina Elbow nf I..-,lue. w ha. ,,t Croea I...IK- si-.nl I'einwBi- Bay, Nee lereey. H. oi |er , r ti,.- i.igh'i. ii? B sir! JAMES A CMFl'Il. ri-ar-A.!nilral 1'ntterl Stan- Navy, < n.iirman. Tin; MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. POREK1N PORTS ?? Sprrr (Oer), Wllllgerod, from Bremen fer V-av ,:i,,i fr in H uthami ' n M 1; J .. ? Lon oi'T' ll el I mer a, \,.*v Verla, arrived at impton May 2, and pi.<l*d for Bremen Steamer I'arli Randie, from Nee 1-tk April l\ ar ? Southampton Ma) 2 al ?i p m Hteamer M milena (Br), lirlfflihs, Balled front London for NVw-Yt.rl Uh '-' 1 ?? (Br) Morgan, ft m New-Tort it I, >nd? a Ma) '-' Kta-amrr Mobile .itu. Layla from New-Tort April 21 f..r I.-1. I' ll ' ?' ' -' rn..oi,-i *?', r !??: 01. iPulehl, Brouwer, rr.,m New-York April :: Rettei mi, passed int Bellly isiinl. May - M 1, .111 1 iliri. .Lukin-, from New fort April , ,-.-...! Hr.iw Head Ma] 1 ni. 11 K.-lin. ri.,m New-Tort April ls for 1 s,*.v '-' Hi earner Annie iBr), Ros*, Bailed from Shiel.!. f,.r New* ? . M . I 2 ? .-r M-irera .Mri. Tnt"-, from New-Vork April 14. ar i leal it I Steamer si... r.,.. ,.;.*n. Schmidt, from New-York April IA foi t'hrtstiai ind irrlved nt Copenhagefl May _. Steamer Panis lOeri, K ' m New-Vork April 21. arrived al Hamburg Ma) - Steamet Mundam iPutrhi riler. mailed from Ko'ter Nee York Ma) 2 Bt*.i Panama iFr) >'liah.-,t. tr ,m New-Tort April ii- foi li i :??. .x arrived at Paulllac May I Steen-ei Peninsular il'ort), Bettencourt, fn.m New-Tert Ap ii IB, arrived al Lisbon Mav 2 Steamer Victoria iBr), Blakey sailed fr,,m ritlerm.. fer New Tork April TA. B . ,ni r . men la (Rn, Brad .'rom lalruttai. sall.*,| frnn . r,.r Seat \ orfc April 28 Hl*amei Strathdon (Br), Warms. fr,,m Trieste f-.r N.-w Yotk. arni..I al Pori Said Maj. . Announcement!. ".".umbra." E. * W. "Waubunk." E. & W. New Cullers. E. A W. Pin lu ps' iMt.i.sTi'iLK Cocoa I, a rsluablc eul.atltul* for lea or coffee, lt nnurlihea. They only stlmuliU'. A auperi.r drink for Invalids. Henry A. Dimf.u, M. D., WO WEST SUTH-ST. n--a#?? of the Nervous n?item. Uenlto-I'rlnary Orsaaa. -npottocr aad Staiillt/. Houra. S to -. S te Wk FAVORITE DRESS GOODS FOR SUMMER WEAR. Many of tho choicest linos of im ported Suitings are now being shown. Tho now Tovort cloth, for Tailor made Dresses, in all stylos and colors. A full lino of Shepherd Checks, in all colors, for mountain and sea? shore wear. A choice of forty other stylos of Suitings, including the Grenadier, Uterine, Spiral, also Stripes, (hecks, Hair-line Cheviots- ftc. A newand heavy supply of Serges in Cream anti Navy. We are unable to enumerate tho extensive variety displayed, hut Invite all to seo those uncommonly beaut if ul goods, JAMES McCREERY & CO., Broadway and ll th St. ^?r ?'Here's a matter tor a May morn? ing." Neglige shirts have hoon here a month or six weeks, with people buy? ing 'cm righi alon.; in spite of un? favorable weather. Now that the weather's right?well we'll sec. Hut look out ! don't hurry with light underwear. Light overcoat first, than suit, then underwear. ,i ,'.,.... ... the ilma ll taken to kn**r wh-th'-r our . ,.< food lol - BS. ROGERS, PEET & CO. 7HR"-r* I Prince. F.Un a,;, WAT < '? irreS. STOttl-.S. I t_d 3t SHOES Now Lines. INEXPENSIVE. and specially adapted to the hard knocks of Sprint*;. ALEXANDER, 6th Av. & 23d St. 132 & 134 Fulton St. The ideal business Suit should suggest in a modest way the wearer's own good judg? ment, up-to-date idea . syn and general prosper- ^tjAKl ity?such Suits ^flPP (0 $18, $20. $22. $25 up to $30?noth? ing ultra, nothing to cause remark, but conveying in an almost indefinable manner a lasting impression of good taste and perfect propriety of style. Whit aiJ you th.uk ot our little book, or haven't you had one yet ? are selling for $15, CLOTHLS, FfPNI^HINGs. HATS, SHOIiS. - Storei Broadway corner Cami Strert. Broadway below Chambrri Street. Koch &Co. o.-rim Till TO CLOSE OUT THEIR i:.aTI!-.i: BTOCK . ir JACKETS and GAPES, AT LBS! THAU <>M--II\|.|' Itlt.t im* |a|U( ,; Black DIM bb! Cloth Jackals, Mik lined fer- a rta merty I-'"". 4.98 Sun... hotter quality. - n formerty, 17.00. /.JO fi,,tli Jacket! in Tan, i.utu Brown, Bary Bin.* A net fenn.riv s .Ml._ *J..|jrlQ ?sow, i" tter quality, "7 AO feriiinU 16.00. f.90 Coven doth J ? f.n form-rli 1" !is. U,9o Covert Cloth Ja.-k.-t-, lined - .. formerly 16.30. O.S8 Cloth <',i|?-. Moirs Tiiiiur.'.i. 0 . formerly ita-.. . 0.9O Cloth Capet Late and Jit Trimmed. sn r\n tormerly tt.OO.l_..9aJ ALSO IPBCI \l. lALI LADIES' TAILOK-iviADE DRESSES. ?vim,,,..ni Ccnrart Cloth.12,98 Ber*- Outlnn: nr??n? Nttvy and Mack. .. 8.50 nnd up. 11.50 ?ni l up. 125TH ST., WEST. Outing l>r.'s-.-, Moira trimmed. Coat s and Capes for "Promenade,'' "Thea, tre," "Yisite," in Moir*, Silk, Cloth and Velvet, (trimmed with jet, spangles, Lice or ribbon), arranged for Spring an 1 Summer wear. $?? ^24.00. Formerly $C3.00 to tm AA. Lord& Taylor, Broadway & -Gth St. HIGHEST AWARD*. ~*"^ Paris,Vienna, Philadelphia, New York,Chica-*o Crayon |# Q ?| f/*pA\ P-rlr.lt- KUKT/ 'S^"4 A Specialty j \ 'yt, Nw York. New=York I- ono of tho States in-Mu-"?.! in Part V of Tin Tribune edition of In.l.-xea Atlas of tnt* Wor'i i.|y. Aa illustrating tbe ?' mpletpness __4 accuracy of thia new and va i b \ rk. we cu t-.ty regarding the treatment ? '?* ? -v fk: Th- map :' the State ls 21x21 . -,*? u_? ile being thirteen n In rh; natural veale 1,823,680. i: la printed In ali 1 . ,,-j der- an> UM tliwn ..n it. w.rh ib-'.. lt.. accuracy -1:,- boundaries of aizt) countleg, the .mtlin-sof >.nf hun.lie1 lakes, the .ouraea of riven with ? united length of 2,200 miles, railways wirha mileage of over 8,000 mllea Ey ai l isl -um tkt t..:.-il number of names nf t rt, laka, otc, on this map la 4.462 railroel construction la ahoim, including th<- Ledi-J Valley extension 1 lack lim of the New-York Centra!, the Middlesex Valley line rm*! niimTnin amalter extensions, New-York City i* abown i.v ? ,) uble-p<_ge nu-j, 21x2s ln-'hfs In Flt*. The 1 In -he an nexed district, the latest . \-- rai-M tnt* eli vated railroad lin ?- thi r csaaf_* to date, being correctly represented. An lniet map ahowa th- lower part of Manhattan Islan" on an i-nlar-*' 1 ?- fate. Th*- map of Bro kljm alta occupies * double page, *??. wing 1 enUrt <tty ar.rl niur-h adjacent territory, Including all of Flatbush, on ? largs rn 1 1 tanga in names of strep** and avenuea, th" "xtension- of aurfacs and elevated railr ida and the water fr .ru Improvements art fully represented Bu". fain, third In size of th<* cities C '^,?, Empire State, ls shown by a fuIl-pago map, 14x21 Inches In r-l7.c. The ind*-*- of N*?w-V.-irk Stats m*rr**-.. li-ar-atea, elves nnmbrr of squar- ml ei an-1 population , f it.-* sixty coiintlt--; names, loeatsa ar. 1 -rivea population of lt.* 1,ino dtiea snd p ** (Beta ai reported hy the census of .MO; names and lo? cates Its 54 riven, 24 crpekr*. 114 lak?*s arr 1 ponda ,'i0 mountains and 19 Island.'. This ready ref* trenet Index has n-ver before been printa-d, an. will prove a. jfreat time-Paver In using thea* new maps. Thi>re aro 6.4^9 words of lotter prfl?s about N'ew-York. Th- historical part of the aketc* hesrlns with the voyages of Hudson and the first settlements of the Dutch, and surnmarlzea the chief events in tne history of the .-"tate down to the present da'e. An interesting description of th- physical g.-ography of the Stat- serves aa a preface to the account of Its agricultural and mineral resources, with Illustrated s-irtaUcB. This is followed by data regarding Ita manu faoturfng and commercial Interests. The pub? lic schools anl colleges, the railway systema, canals, charitable, penal and reformatory Bath tutlons, public buildings etc.. are des.-rlbed. and statistics given showing th. growth of pot** ul.ul 11. These facts Illustrate the thorough manner la which New-York lt treated In thia new work. All other poiltl sal dlvW na of mr .wn ar.d other countriea ar- given apace In proportion to their Importance as viewed from an A io .-'.ind* point. STYLES AND PRICES. The I rill,in- -.lui.iu of the I ii ,1,- ..-,1 'ila- ol ilia* \\?riii is h .rs-shl) revises* sad iiiipro-ed ? ii III.nt nf aa Inti I- liiaelt n noaa 11..1I, lt frill I".ni jil.-irtl In iilin.11 l-.*> Inrnr ganrtti pilli,**. The bo?k when rlsstd meiiiurei i.rv. 1 iiiiiii'. The whole .ir iitty i' .rt ol the n.irL lat milli tn our reader* lu ilia* follow in*, styles i IN 8 PARTS OF ABOUT 50 PAGES EACH. Thean- purls lire lu.tin.I in hem a |in|irr and nra* <a ti pp 11,-tl ai rliim ena*h. iniiLliiit .-oil al complete irork sn..m*. ir-, 1 an i ll ?:- de* I to t Ht Ania, Kt rica ??'r.-.il Cai N'sr-Knf. ??v. Penni} r- --, r-.l tal I ml .'h Atlantic stHt.-. Part vu i Illinois aa! VIII, K ' "Bl, N-bra-M. ri and Padua Btatea. 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