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Weal C.ii'h-st. lie, Weat 42i-st., ner.r r.th-nve. 20 West 14-1 -"-.. nea-- Mb a- e. 2'.7 West 421 ?m between Tib and..'th aves. i-,7 lt ? er 1 lth-st 1 "'r's ir are between Tilth and 77th *'s. 1.7-Tl Kd-ave., between 7*4th and T0thl*t? |,f*_ll RI ave near f!1sl-st ISO Fast 4Tth-st., comer Sd-ave. 'VI V- st lJVh-st. 2.? Wet 12T.th-st. 2* Fr-st 421 st., n?*r Madlson-ava 1.701 Is'-ave .near SSfn-st 710 Sd-ave . c.rner 4"!! "t fr*.*>4 Sd-ave.. nea- Fast 37tb--?. r.2 Avenue A. between td snd 4th StS. 17 C-.nal-.t- nnd ir>7 Division-st. ?**?, rrrr.r-ker-s.. near ri- ? 'st-.: >,,?--?* tW! Bd-sTe., b*tw<-*tl llfb snd MStTfl st*. _ -mE* . ? FOUNDED BY HORACE QB?^LBT. BUNDAT, MAY ?.. lt?4. TWENTY-EIGHT PA<iES. ^ ILL NEWS THIS HORNING. Forelf-n.?Mriny nniiv, HawfElatiB have been ttaquallfleal fr. ni arottng by retsatao of non-pay? ment of taxes; Admiral Walker la aurreylng rciirl UrrlxT. ?- - A decision h:ia been i*i. tlerei airiiiist ex-King Milan declaring the re . ni ryal i!k.i=- ill<*Kf*l ===== King l_opold op-nid the Antwerp E> Alarming reports have been received fr-mi liniia about a threat' lid uprising of the natives. Ckmgress. Only iii" Senate In *?es8lon: Routine but rai transacted, and In ??:.??' utlv . i new treaty with Russia relative to Behr? ing S.a w ia discussed. an pd *. -(-,,.viTJinr Rl-'h. of Michigan, ap? pointed .1 im Patton, jr.. i'm!- l Bi ute* Senator ; th*, lade F. B. Stockbridge, r^rr-^r Colonel Brw'klnriilg'? a'ldr,..-;:- u a larg* audience of hi* i i-isiiui.-nts ai Lexington, Ky. ?-? Tho Brooklyn baseball team defeated Phfla deiphla at Philadelphia. . A coal Gamine la th: *? ned In in in* its. and adjacent States a* i ? oi the miners' gtrike. : - i"o Tarabien ???. ::. i eural Stake race at St. *uouis. | ilia j. ;? . pi ; - : : i Bend "General" Kelly's army down the Dca Moines ku-,--!- on flaaboata ? a. -? "vhf Princeton ball team defeated Har? vard al -' li n, 12 t ? v ?''':> i roan.?John Jay died, T ? Park Commissioner* were enjoined from pr*j Ing with lb* iiiii'irtinsT ,,f the Harlem Bpe* I way. ____- Th.- New-Tork baseball t-am de* feati I Boat rn five runs to two. ===== Barnard fr-' ho .1 won the Interscholastic athletic cham piian?i'.ii). == The nv. i,i. Academy ana Home at Fordham Heip-hts was dedicated. : Su.-rai Reflnlng furiilahed thn-f-flfths of the total t.us-i nr-srs In stocks. Ii. t"ll 3 per cent or more In th. lasi half hour, and the rest of the market sto.-l a-.lli. Thc WeaU>er.--FUreeaat f.r to-day: Shower**, with allghtly lower tesnperature. Temperature yeaiord.iy: Highest. ? i; lowest, 51; av? erage, OT. ________________ F.latiora'e pt*eparatlo*oa are being made ai t^edertcksbtxTg. Tg? for the dedication "f tin* Mary Washington memorial on Thursday ikxi, aibl lt is llllliolllicod th.-'! lha* OiTC'liuuy will lie atteniliil h.v tba rrosidoni. thc vice-President and Coief-Justlce ITuller. The toonuinent In lin- ??ape "f tm n!?<'ii>k. ovcrioohs tin- former bed ol iii" Kappaliaimo'U River, .'ind is erected on Hie sp"* where th? mottir-r of oar first pres? ident wns wont to (spend a portion of each day In prayer and meditation during the dark boura of the I'evoliUiuii. Fojr Of unusual I'ctisily hung armi'id mir city ye-t'Tday iiiornii!).', seriously Interfering with traffic on inc river, om <??' Hie Loaf laland City ferryboats taking umrc than two houri to per? form her trip. Although several narrow escapes of collisions are reported, yet no BCaridenl of any Importance seems to have taken place, Th.- f.-i: liki-wis ? delayed the departure of all tho a*nl_*oin| ocobb Uaern. wklle a nxrgR fleet of vessels bound for this port remain.-il al an oho;- off Sandy Honk tbltKlgboul the day walt? ina for tiie clearing ..f the foe, which, accord lBf to til'* "t'licilll Weather reports, extended over an nr?'a of a thousand square mllea ,,n the coast. Largo crowds continue to witness thc various baseball game-s. and while thi striu_eiicy in the money market ls heard on every h..nd, it does not couceni the club-owners nor the en. tlmsiastic followers of the -.'ame. That was a remarkable crowd at the Polo (.rounds yest, r tlay, and N.w-Vork's victory ,,V(.r the champion Bostons made many a hean clad. Tha- jirst game between Harvard and Princeton waa also played at Princeton, the athletes of old Nassau winning rather easily. The Crimson has not iso good a team as she hail last -ear, and to an im? partial observer lt looks as if the baseball cham? pionship this year lies between Vale and Prliiie ton. with the chances in favor of Yate. If, however, anything should happen to Carter, Yale's clever pitcher, the Tigers may beat Vale Just as easily as they beat Harvard yesterday. It ia with minded feeliui-s that the citizens of New-York will leam of the new era that* has dawned for Coney Island. For while the respectability of that popular Koort is certain lo bo considerably enhanced by its incorpora? tion as a police precinct of I'rook.yn. subject to Mayor Schicreu's nile, yet It caunot be fte* Hied that tho place avill lose some of those char? acteristic features that are especially calculated to attract certain classes of our population. Indeed, lt ls difficult to picture u Sunday at Coney Island without a variety of amusements which are henceforth to be regarded as inings of the past. But the transformation begins to? day, and Brooklyn's most trusf.**T*nhy police men will be on hand there*to strictly enforce he ii"\v ordinances ii is difficult to do othenriac than t>* commend superintend"))! Byrnes tor ins action lu laoulng ?rder* yestenlay morning prohibiting thc hoi? ng tournaments thal were to han- taken plana asl night ai the Lenox Lyceum and al the Grand '.?ii'-il Palace. As in the case of several other a.,,?.illc.l tourneys thai have lately laeen held 'i thia city, tindo would have l.n bul little o diatlngnlsh these conteota from ordinary prise Instead of the boxing being merelj for joints between amateurs, the cniortainnii nts In ii wen* to hav* ronslsted of matches for nonoy between professional bruisers, and woul 1 irobably, as on sever*! i.ent occasion* here, :ave culiiiiiiati <\ m full-fledged knockout* John .lay. who dlcil in thia City yesterday, wis i conspicuous example of thc American Mho. lavin-.' performed distinguished services for his ?"'.Kitry and bis fellow -citizens and having en* loyed high official honors, retires lo private life ifter many yean nf activity to enjoy with iis family and his Wenda the reward of his abors. His fife was an active .-ind fruitful cn*'. Towded with many Important and Wirring ?vents, ll,* was a firm friend "f the negro al .v.iys. and In the trying daya before and during he War he labored actively foi- thc black man. Iii" sketch of him Which The Tribune prints ,vill show how lunch of interest and value there ,v:is in his long and honorable career. THE governor ash nu: reform RILLS. When it became known on Friday that '??vernor Flower had signed two of the reform )ills affecting thia city there was a general llspositlon, we are sine, to give bim due credll for his action. For it was not known until aevor il hours later that he had vetoed the Mayor's Power "f Removal bill before his departure for ti.mntry. During thia brief Interval nany (sanguine person* probably entertained a lope thai events would show thal thc < I"vern il? iad actually found courage to resist the pr -sure >f the bosses, and was preparing to approve all lin- great measures for thc promotion of g.1 rmvernmeni which the Legislature tefl In his Hands. It had ben said thal be was aeueltlve to thc reproach of subservience to the despotic leaden who have disgraced and shattered his party In this State, and every good citizen sin? cerely desired io sc- conclusive proofs that such waa his mood. Experience had amply Justified the reproach, but repentance and atonement would have b.-eii iin-st welcome. It was a Fallacious hope. The Oovernor waa merely playing a game of policy, expecting lo diminish iy his approval of aome salutary measures the [jopular condemnation which he fell nasured would otherwise follow bis disapproval "f billa ?veil more bitterly bated by Tammany. We do li',: believe lilli! the perl'"!-lli:l!l.'" Will deceive inybody. The strongest feeling that it excites is regret that the chief Magistrate of this great LTbnimonwealtb ba* ehoaen !?? fall bo far below iiis office. Tin' star, nient which accompanies rh.- eeto of the Power of Removal hill is nol an argument bul an cm'ii-i', and a flimsy 'du* at that. What i few Individuals constituting a municipal com mission sunn's,,1 twenty ye.irs ago as to thc c ins.'ip.epc. s of concentrating power and r.. uponslblllty in the hands ,f the Mayor is not Important to-day. Tie- experience of other [?oiniiiunitie-i since that tim" has Invalidate!] their predictions and Justified th" belief that Ihe application of tie- principle em I ..died in ile*. lill to lin* governmenl of Sew York would produce desirable results. Bul Tammany, al? ready confronted with disaster at th" polls in \t November, could not bear the thought of losing everything lu that wreck, ami called on the Oovernor for help. He has don.- what was de maud cd, but ii will not amount to much. A Republican Legislature and n Republican Oov ernor will give io a Republican Mayor next January Ihe powen which Flower withhold*. lb- has merely strengthened 'li" determination of the people to abolish governmenl by a secrci society for the benefit "f its tnembera. Though lt ls Impossible under the clrmm stances t" give the Oovernor much credit for bis approval of som,, of the reform bills, lr ls reasonable io expect excellent resulta from them, li is a ?satisfaction to ha e ihe privileges of ti"- Manhattan Company in respect t.> con? demnation proceedlnga curtailed, and to have tin* regenerated government of Brooklyn pi tended over several Klnga County towns. *We confidently believe thal th" operation "f the contract system in the Dock I>opartincnt will promote .nomy and efflcteney and greatly diminish tie- power and plunder of the machine. The Oovernor thinks thal the public may be disappointed in the pecuniary rons4-*qucnce* of th,- statute putting rh.- sherifT of New-York on a large fixed salary and turning the fees of his office into ih.* city treasury. Bul the raine of this reform will not be measured by the revenues derived from it. The most odious feature of ih" existing system is the use which Tammany lias made of lt. Hereafter, whether th.* city gains much or little In caah from th" arrangement which will go imo effect next win? ter, th.- sheriiT of New-York will not be able to pay a huge sum for his nomination nor give $10,000 to itu* daughter <>f a covetous noaa. POSTPONING AX Al:crir PBNTUBR. Tin- current reports that Mr. Robert Stein has given np his proposed exploring expedition to Fliosinoiv Land ari- not altogether correct, lt is true that lie baa Leen compelled io cancel his engagement for transportation northward on a whaling ateamer, nml to suspend other preparations for Immediate departure. Hut this is merely poastpo-tMUnent, not abandonment. He still has the plan of campaign In mind, and ls Conferring upon the (subject with other Arctic experts. There ls, therefore, every reason lu expect 'hm he and his party win sit out on th'-ir great enterprise early nexi season, willi plans uk,re matured nnd ct'iiipincnt more per? fect lliiin it would have been possible tu make them this year, and with correspondingly better pro*.p,-c:s of iiccoinpllNhinir all tho ends save* one at which the expedition aims. That One end, against which alone delay will militate, is th.- rescuing of tho two young Swedish naturalists. Btorilng and KaUstenlua, and their two comrades, who *jomo time ago were left sirnnd.-d on the desolate hilaire of EUesmere Laud. The world will much deplore anything ihat lessens the chances ,*f aavlng them. But it is not at all Improbable that some oilier r.ii"f exp.dltion will forthwith he dla patcbed ir. quest of them, and win reach tho place where they ure supposed to be as soon as Mr. Stein's would have done. The Swedish (?i.veriimeiit, of course, ls '.specially Interested in the matter, and ls noiv eoosldering plans for such an exp>-ditl<>n. The Royal Oeograph ical Society of F.iiKland ls also moving lu the same direction with a practical zeal that prom? ises to be effective. Th" rescue feature of tho Stein expedition may thus be orxecuted by other hands, leaving tho other features, of explora? tion and observation, for next season's venture. As to the chances of finding the castaways alive there is room for much speculation. If they have been left to their own resources, ttepead eii! solely nj-on ihe supplies they carried with then and preserved after their landing; then is little hope of Boeing them again. They must long since have perished of Btarvr.lion. Rut if they have made their way to some Egqul mnu settlement, or to some region where animal and vegetable life abound, they are, barring Bicknesa and accidents, probably in aa good ?oii'iition as when they tefl st. John's, and will te mull some relief expedition reaehea them, be r (his year or next. Which of these bvpotbe* ?s i*. (he tm.- oi.an. of eounae, nol now he letermine l. Ae, ,,rdirn:, however, to th,, beal I't'oimillion extant, KUesmere Land proh i.e. many Baqulmuu settlements, and a consul ?raM" area where animal* and plants ur.' lound n profusion, i in! nm* may not unreasonably ncline to Ihe belief thal these hardy and lu elli gent men hav found Ihelr way thither. lu the mean lime, ! leutenanl Peary and liis ndes are doubtless doing g.i work In aiortheni Ort?enlnnd, and preparations for bring ii rn bick next fall are already uuder way. !>-.-. Nansen la drifting, who can say whither? Ur. Wellman has set nut from Aalesund, bound '"!? th" Pole, via Spitsbergen, liearing the S!::r ind Stripes above his aluminium boats. And dewars. Jackson and Harnmworth am titting oin i stanch whaler in the Tli.iiiks. to steel- for iTiinz Josef Land, the unknown beyond, aome im" this Bummer. Then* is no danger of this >"i:._r n barren year to lovers of Arctic '".niora ion, though ibis one Interesting enterprise has >e.'n postponed C0XETI8M ll WASHINGTON. Washington In conjunction with Coxey and 'oxeylsm presents the country with a curious p., lacie, or rath"!- we should say with a series if curious spectacles, tor Ibey change almosi ?very day. Before Coxey arrived he was an ob? ed of terror. People expected thal his ad ,iiit would usher in a period "f chaos. Nol miy thc local bur thc Federal authorities were tneaay, while thc citizens may be said io hove ?ordered on panic Then Coxey arrived, n me ihodlcal crank, very careful of his p-er ?oraton, garr lons, poralstent and troubles..me, mi evidently aver-- to martyrdom; and public leutlment elinnged again. Those who had laren ilnrmeil a few days before v rr ? now dlspoH.sl to be facetious. Thc np] ? e of Coi ?anny" aunts,.1 them. Tile* li gnu I" laugh ni themselves tor having taken bucIi a forlorn net >f ragamuffins seriously, Still inora- rocently, however, lhere ins lieen mothertnnamutatlon. it l*>beginning '..dawn upon the thoughtful mind thal Coxey harbors leslgns which h" has not yel di I "--l <?n ie,-olid thOUgh! i! seems 1 lb Ted i I )le 11 ld t hecouid nive come all tbe way to Washington with no larger a scheme than appean upon thc surface. Iiispocteil carefully, he al likes one as a man who is walting for aomethlng. He has taken ip permnnenl qunrtere al n good hotel, b-nvlng ila wretched tollowcra huiidted In a camp aomi where as though they had aiTved 'li.dy pur pose lc had In rlew for them, and he 1 ?very air of a man who ls 1) l**hen la no longer a pretence thal t'"- original Coxey "anny" now In Wa hin-.-i.iii ls lo.ik.sl upon even by <',.\. v hitu-if as ri factor nf nnj ?..iis.-'i'.i'-iic,-. V-! Coxej remains, hts plots and ?onferonccs multiply, and bl* attitude of ??. pectatlon Intensifies as the day-- pass by. So i' goes. Ua'ashlngton changes fr"- i ? to contemptuous merriment aud thea back igaln to vague but agonizing terror. To-mor row it may be laughing and the nexi da* n* more *Aghasl than ever The onlj man In the whole Capita] who B**ems to have l??-?? 11 a,f one mind from thc beginning la Ihe lion Orover Cleveland. Whether li is b.-.-.-,u*.- his Intel lectual pr'""s-.i-s are not nimble, or rWause be ?tanda outside the circle "f pi : nm] annot therefore be affi-ctcd by its changing n.is we do nol undertake to sa*/ We know ?imply tii.it lie oever al ow* himself ?? ihe White H..us... that be bas counternmn.l.il the preparations for piing to lils country pine mar Wsahlngton, and thal the graruuds of the Rxecntlve Mansion to aay nothing of the cor priors of (bc buildlii'.' Itself fairly swarm with tl.(Been of hi* body gua id. ll- hoWa l and anxious consultation* daily with hi* t.-iry confidant, Major-General IranlH S I mont, and all Invitations requiring bim t i.eyoiid ile portal* ara aternly and Int ii hi lilied. Meanwhile thc r- al encouragement, if not tin mily eau-" <f iii" (kiley ebullition, remains In full and pestilent Beth ity. i wiih work it had better not touch at all, and thus not only prolongs the commercial and in Austria! paralysis, but Inspires the threatening manifestation* of which Coxey, Kelly, li-.*.-. Swift and others of thai Ilk are the leaden and representatives, if C-migreaa would abandon the dlagraceful bnrieeqi.f tsrifl revision, do something else, no matter bow Idiotic, and dis perse, business men would come i" thc end of their suspense, ami Coxeylsm with nothing to refer to or appeal to would vanish Without thc Aliena, the Peffers, the Lafe Pences and thc Van Voorhises to encourage and uphold them, the Coxey would have in. Incentive to concentrate themselvi * al Washington. The origin of all this perilous freney is tu be found iti tho folly, the futility and the In? herent worthlessness of the Democratic putty. The prevalent discontent ls the fruit of public distr.-ss, nml ih.it distress has been created by Democratic cowardice and Imbecility, BESP0N8IBILITT FOR RIOTING. ttemocntlc Journals, after dei.struting tc their own satisfaction the responsibility "f Pro ted tonis ts for the enlistment .>f the tramp armies under Populist leaden, ere now poiutlnn to tin* riots in Cleveland as another ohi". t lea son of thc "pernicious system" of favoring hom, labor by tegislatlon. They dcscrilie the riotous workmen, who have been assailing and destroy lng factories when recently Imported and cheaper labor ins t..-? -t? employed, a* acting upon the principle thal they wen entitled t* discriminations in wages and srvre Justified in protecting (heir Interests by brui,* fore,, nial criminal lawlessness when manufacturen war, enjoying the h.-ii"tit-s of .lass legislation ,\ more monstrous pervenlon iif the Protection policy can hardly lie Imagined than is involved lu these partisan tirade. lt ls true thal the Republican party In the lasi Presidential canvass, as in previous campaigns, labored to convince wage-earnen thal their in terasta would be Imperilled by the election "I Mr. Cleveland. It wart)",! them that in sup porting the Ibniocrntic party they mildil in voting themselves oin of Work, .since importa tiona that displaced home product* would dis pense with home labor, ll admonished them that under a lower I n ri IT there would not onlj be looa work done iii America, but als,, thal what was done would be for liss money, ainci home manufactures would have to bc cheapenml lu order lo l-.- kept In the Held against Eu r.ipean manufacture', and there eras only om way of accomplishing that object that ol cheapi'tiiiu.' labor. Loss of Work and low. i wages wen- the two ttepubllcan pndlctloni made on every platform In L89_ ns tho noni) of Democratic triumph Those forecasts hav. been fulfllled during tho last twelve .ntha when every business Interest In the country hai teen paralysed by the menace of a lower tariff. American wave-earners now know to their eos! that the Republican party was right when ii told them that a Vote for Cleveland was a rob for less work and lower wagoe Which party, then, is responsible for the riot ous demonstrations ,,f unemployed workmen who are resisting the attempts of employers, tl cheapen labor. Not certainly the RepuMlcex parly, which had defended the industrial policy Of employing home labor in preference to lui porting tho products of foreign labor, and .,1 mainiainiiiK BO far as possible the exlatlng tarin system with wagoo averaging loo pe. cent high er In the United State* than In England. Tin? Democratic party muat not only nettle the ac count with wage-earners, who are either out of work or whose wages have been cut down, hut they inii-t also assume the responsibility of the labor outbreak* .ind train]) processions. That party has considered it necessary to deprive Ann rican workingmen of employment, to pro? vide torelgnen with work and io equalise wages in lin- United States and Continental Eurolie, it must ic* held accountable if these results are nol brought about without labor j-;,>t-i mihi th,- swarming of tramp brigades in all part* of ihe co,miry. Not only were t!i" interests ,,f capital ami Investment adjusted to tie* Industrial system, t which th" Democratic puny declared war in INSIS, but those of labor ns well. Ameri? can workingmen had become accastomed dur* Ing a generation of Republican Protection to being better paid, more comfortably housed and more prosperous in every way than the Working pe iple ,,f otlie!.untiles. AH th" conditions ,.f their l"i and all their babita of life wer,- ad? justed lo :i system which multiplied forms of industrial employment and put a premium upon American labor, i'ln- Iteinocratic parry in as? suming th.- responsibility ot revereing and aban .1 ming Republican policies lias wrought ii rad? ical change in the fortunes and life of ihe American wage-earner, lt has been trying reck? less experiments nt his expense. It has brought on a social revolution by hs destructive tariff po!:,, and it.-: alliance with Populism, ami it must bear Ihe ron*jequencea of in own stu? pendous follies. BUSINESS ENERGY. Thc limes an hard and business has to bi* for,,,], bul ibo rewards go to those who have 'h.- e,i"!-:.".- and enterprise t>> reach after them -?rs,, 'hei.i. Tbe Tribune's ndvcrtislng columiiff h.iv.- boen well patronized during this -. niton "(" depression b?*cause business men have ha I thc g.I sense to perceive Ihe advan :.' makli :: frequent appe ita to the public. They have rea?(ined agaclously thal when trade is slack wh.nl there li of it goes to th"-.,' who have 'lu- courage a id euergy lo ask tor it. This la true of every lit.t business. Mer? chants who ,-:--" making strenuous efforts to stimulate and Invigorate languid trade by per? il and judicious advertising are getting the largest share of thc business ,f thc day, -4iii I-,- wh-. lack spirit and exhaust their ener? gies in complaining ab..ut Hi.indltinn of ira h\ wi ' lying real enterprise in c. mooting for lt, are steadily losing ground. In view o| ly Increas? ing business which The Tribune is receiving from Ita adi rtlslng patrons in this period of depression nnd uncertainty, ir is proper for us to commend ihelr example to merchants in every lille ot' t;\nle It |s ;i fatal lllist'tk" for . lose courage In dull times and thal tra,]?? i> so bad thal ir is use less to attempt to work lt np by commanding pul I i- attention ihroi nate advertising expedients. Ir i*s thc eouciirrenl tcstlmon* nil tlc in'-! energetic merehnnt* In trade thal th" rei ndvert|*ing wi re never mon ? ?I during the prevent year of depression. The foolish angler ls tbe one who casts aside his rod when the erv ls raised thal ile- ti-h will not trite The wise fisherman . tint ilo rn M r ""I aporl so I-*? i^ as there are ti-h In Ihe pond, and catches them and fill-* his I.:-.., j |)t baiting Hi" I ? 1- '--r. fully and I i Hm where thc waler seems stillest. OLD lose, /si i \/>. ration of nv county towns wRh tho city of Brooklyn consigns to oblivion the names of the old Hutch villages which sprang np nol long after the discovery of the Hudson and th" settleraenl "f New Amsterdam. Thai names of tic four towns annexed by r*.nt legislation ar.- unmistakably Dutch In origin. although aol.f them have !.n wantonly Anglicized Uraveseud, while Kngllsh In form, ',- in reality an adaptation of Oravensando, n % ulfylug Count's beach, and borrowed from a j-.!-! on the Mans. .\s The Hague was iib. I i ra Veil Hague, or the Count's hedge, ao also i imi. uv.!;.!., was a memorial of the tradiiional privileges of theCountsof Holland, and history i-"j" aie.i its. if when Klug John M. Kane caiiv. ri.,1 Hu- sand ahlnglea of Cmey Island Into his private domain. New-Utrecht is unequivocally Dufh In form, but FUtbush I* an auomalous and unintelligible English ror mptloa il.riginal nani" was Midwout, or Midwool. bul tli" '.arly settlers employed nil unfortunate synonyms when they substituted for lt Vlnchte-bos, or wooded level, since it was liable lo barbarous distortion by English tongues. I le* neighboring town of Flatlands, lirst known as Amenfoort In Van Twirler's time, has suffered tv mi similar causes All tin -e Dutch villages, however, hav,- their origin pa-rpi ;iiaie.l lu thc common nain" of Brooklyn, winch is derived from Breuckelln, a town In Ctreebl with which the curly settlers lind pb as :in! home nssotiationa. When Hendrick linds.,n's men sailed through the N irrou - they described Ihe weet end .if Ixing Island as "full of great, tall >,,iUs, nnd the lands ns pleasanl with grass and Bowen and goodly trees ;is they Rad ever seen, and very sweet smells cann- therefrom." Their Itupres alons wei-,- conflnued by thc pioneers on Bea wanhaka. the Indian nani" tor the Isla ml. As early as IfBkl il"-shore line was .settled opposite New-Amsterdam, but the hills were so steep and Hie soil aaa au rocky thai ihe thrifty Dutch farmers soon pushed through the wanids to the Boothera shore, where they found the beal land f,,r tillage. Van TwIUer eel the example by making a clearing nen- Flatlands Hay and planting tobacco in Auiemtoort Oravensando I.ame another farming centre for raising that valuable crop, and Mtdwoot, or Vlachte-bos, was Settled aboul Ihe same time, its broad arable l.\,-i between two linea of forest suggesting the name. New Utrecht and Oostwoud, after* ward New lets, completed tbe circuit of these Dutch farming towns, all of which nourished while Breuckelln remained for generations hard* ly mole than a ferry landing from Manhattan. The llrst county courthouse was bulli in Graves? end, bul Flatbush si.lily became the county seat where the Sheriff lived nnd court sessions wre Inld. The lirst Dutch church on the island waa built lhere In WW, and the first schoolhouse as Well. Aa Flatbush was the itrongnold of tbe <>i*l Dutch element In the western end of Long Island long aller ihe transfer of New y,,rk lo the English, ao lt remained al the time of tho American H.'volution. The British Army td* ranting to attack Washington's troops in tho bailie of Long Island march.-1 by a long, istrag gllng Uno of old-fashioned Dutch houses and windmills it was even then a blt ,,f mstic Holland In the New World, and so conservative w,re the people thal the town preserved until the last decade many of the quaint character? istics of Its party history. The old county road with Its lindens, oaks and walnuts nml Ifs wind Iii", curses and sharp turns was transformed a few years ago into a suburban street. This in? volved th.* slaughter **f the trees, the straight? ening of the linea and the laqnaltantlon of the (.'rad". All these were necessary improveini nts, bm they deprived Ihe town of Ita pictunsque turnpike and opened tho way for Ito conversion Into a city ward. The charming Dutch gables have given place to the complex abominations of Queen Anne orehltecture, and ancestral acres Which have been inherited generaliou after generation an now la th*- market as building lots for .all coiin-rs. The old Dutch Church with a bell that came from Holland stands on the alte where a piouet*r Oovoruor of New-Amster dam ordered the erection of the llrst church on Long Island; and not far away lg a venerable academy, one of the oldest schools In the state; but the town has outgrown the traditions of irs early history, and with a population as eotn* poslte and anomalous as hs architecture is now In its normal relations willi municipal progress Bj I flourishing ward of P.rooklyn. The "ll Dutch imbi"!.a and family names, which ?mrvlved tho ricissltudea >>( time in Flat? bush, have been less tenacious In the other towns. Oraveeend under the rule of McKane became modern In the worst sense of tho term, and was a reproach to the memory of the early ?ettlero from Holland. Ni w-l'tr.clit. with its pIctnreoqjM *rarroundinga and rscenlc bentlee, has been for years the centra of intolerable bossism and jobbery. Most of the Dutch fam? ilies long ag?> deoerted Flatlands, nnd rhe rich tobacco lands of Van Twill, r and the pioneer settlers have been occupied by markel gardeners ..f any and every stcek. The last stat" of thea once pro*perons farming towns has I.n threl i dom to political rings nod government by the I Ignorant and vicious. Annexation emanclnateo ! them from ioVbarj while it bringa to an end ! a cycle Of honorable history. - In connection with thc celebration of Arbor Day lt ls IntorestintT ta> note the excellent work which ls being conotantly done by the Tree., Planting and Fountain Society In Brooklyn. Its officera and members are all the time putting forth efforts to beautify the streets by securing the planting of irces .-nd th" proper caro of th .se already growlnrr. ai 1 stand ever ready to give advice rep-ardlng th." best kinds of tret plant, the best mean* ol' Insuring their healthy growth, et'*. Recently the society ha* been en? dured !n the work of organising nelghbortood clubs with the special purpose of looking after particular sections of the 'Itv. Th" society ls ? ii,;- ntly managed and haa .already done a good deal to arouse and stimulate Intereat in arbori* . ulture. Th" tremendoua applause which followed a casual refennce to the Harrison Admlnlatratlon ,ir iii.. Fairchild-* ira,?? tariff-reform meeting was u loud warning to Democratic orators. Th. v must not turn back the hands to ihe list year of prosperity, even when confronted with a Demoi ratlc audi' .M. Kine may rest assured thar injunctions will now go In Gravesend. The Brooklyn polic.i will be b-hind th.in nnd thc National Quant behind the poll "_ \o nrt."'ip,ed explanation "f tha mystery at - rh.- atrandlng cf the bier f ? i ? to ,i, th" I. mi' ls! in I . r". his been pubHahed. The j,' i wis ni : I , thai th- altghtest error in logarithmic i latlona would lead a no ral astray, and that ? % beacon nt Fire Island c il 1 easily be mistaken for that >- rat Thia la about uri . . uld well be Imagined. Th- twi - are ?:, ir- than a ii i : I ming In on a coast ao well known as the approach to New-Tork Barb r rai* is t ., wide rgin ? ' -ill rw f'f error in a Moi in t i t;,i i the .- light, a brilllinr. fixed whit-, was in plain \ lew to tha east vari, and mu li r than Fin Island. Th'-re ls no aimllsr ? Barnegai except it tbaecom, which la ? i th. ithwest, the twin it thi Naveslnk h-lr.g the only onea between Barne nd .--indy Hook. Th.- captaln'a ex? it n ? lent ls mach mon to the point. ii ? " i am mi the be c h an I I- la fair ?i-." Th.- water cnn ha*, fallen of) of late yean, but its application nt Rome to tha Holy Fa and e-'ine of the i.\-\nr Ci:.Unala ought t? give it a boom again, particularly if these distin? guished patients ar*- cured by ir. The hjodern -.it/. |s ,a monk who believes In the fluid wi,i,-h be applies and administers, and thar la half the bartle. *> T : iv win I-.- iv : 1 l-. Fi nee ta nt* which ii;-'* exciting ': ? .? Interest. M. Wilson, tho son-in-law of tha lats i'i Gravy, who baa bet?ens not iri >us on a ;c >unt of ths aale of de orations of the Legion "f H .ur. h,a-i seen ht* ??*.-?!ion moi Deputy of the Chamber Invalidated by an ala i i irons vote, only tam Deputies having voted In bis favor. Tlc Invalidation was baaed 'us n a formal charge of bribery; but, In reality, it waa due to ta Wyee ? >f P"iiti-*al honesty, us declared by i ne of th ? orators lu tho case. M. Wilson again ts o candidate in the name clrconacriptlon of Laoches, ic ir Tours, which has already .lc*:.',! him itu D.-puty seven different times, and li la expected by many i.pie that he win be re? elected to-day. Ths second ballot will take place at Bagmlreo, In the 8 >uth of Frame, when M. Bdmond Blanc had been < li 'ted. only to be rejected by the Ch.irub' r "ii the ground of bribery. M. Blanc la the son of the late founder of the Monte Carlo gambling palace, and la very wealthy, ll" h.is again presented him? self a.- -i cm.il.lat", and be ia Ilk* \-- ' The owners of small apartmenta arid small ? in thia city have, ns a rub', k.-pt op rents in api te of the prevailing business deprea. si ii and distress. They are trying to I iwer the value of their property by driving pool moderate maana to tha auburns, ??* a vaiue.ureader writes to Th" Tribune: "I am much aurprleed at the character i f the Atlas which you ure offering to your subs.Tib.-rs ar such a low price. It is a triumph of learning and art, and tha Quality of the paper la in keep* Ing with ths ex.--uti. ii ,,f the work, it is tiv mom complete work of its kind, and lt is mar* v,-||..univ cheap a* obtained through The Trib? une." 'nils work ls offered to reader* as a dlrei * purchase, nt terms which are certainly anur/ Ingiy low, It is in great demand, and ths offer win be continued a while longer. Sample pages can be sent to those desiring to Inspect them. Coxey and lils "army" have tx n tested and found wnntinK- A man living near Washington offered them work which would occupy them a number of weeka and yield a considerable sum: but the offer was rejected. This ni- rely con? firms th,- general Impression thal work is th,, laat tiling which the Coxeyites want. The nrltls-h like to build their own ships as a, mader of brine and tradition, but they know when and In What particulars their boot work ls BUt-passed. and are not above "le.imho?, from their enemy" or even giving him centra,'ts against their own yards and builders, if anything- is to be gained by it. The Cramps have asked tho TTritlsh Admiralty for specifications, that they may bid for the construction of the new british rilli.s ,,f war, and may get the Job, |_ which case lt la safo to say that F.ngland will get the finest whips that have ever flown her flag. r.ovcrnor Flower professes great admiration for the aa-yetem of checks and balances which he says exists la the New-York City Govern? ment. This system hus never yet Interposed any effectual barrier to tbs rapacity uf Tam*. , many Hall. These are days when the dog annually conns prominently before the public, Inviting legisla? tive regulation and attention. His diploma, BO to speak, or Ilea noa, has to be renewed eaeh year, and so does his muzzle, and even with this he does not always get safely over the dog days, but Is snapped up, impounded, and ulti? mately slain as n vagrant, notwithstanding that ha may in many cases be an entirely reapsou able animal, with a fixed place of residence aa* viflble means of (support. PERSONAL President Andrews, of brown PSI**! afc* is t_ dellver nie oritfon before the r*-radi__M *. thc- AUIebor* (Masai nigh fehoo) ?^-fl}^ <* The fortieth anniversary of the Netorshto of th U'v. Ur. Daniel Il'-nshaw. of All Saints' Church nee, was obaerved ihe othT cvenin? h? a. parisblonera and friends. evening by his Mrs. CVasrfOri, In "London Truth." *->a>aks .. ot Verdi: "He is carved om or a Btagi* bloch __? has no surface voneertag. Kt also iforjraaen on* a man who knows his own n-ind. .,. , mmt hoW ?* cunt, mpt: thOUgbtli ?? "i vlrnlratlorf I should say that ile chiefly works for his o*n ,_oT :.: ? rofit on.- day, .a a rehearsal of ?*?"*_ staff at .Milan, iii,, vocalists and lnjtrnm*nt_n__ --,ve l'i'ii sn ovation ni lie entered 'Yh*n tu arere tired ,,f 'ovating* be aald: i thank rou au _I i.l.l thank y.u nor* If you yo_T_T formancea than th. lasi time.' | *?,?__ countcnanc* tho habit cr nu mi tension ana nt _? im< wrapped nc in ins idea* An! v. t i .? . , ' 7 im: of ana ?- of m I :-, i ? ,.. <??>*> brevity of apeeeh and hi* reaciineaa il ,,? him . have nd, busy life. Verdi l* , ,ih."? t* >ni mind ar. .'"il vlf. rous. ,i ? : ' __? ..- ?-~. - ????.- r ? ? ? '? "' ...snrer. T brevity of ..peech and r. him ." h?J* fed a I u Jlj and mind are still arigi rous. He | ' when health accompanii ? lt and ll haa had' ?..,** experience behind it. with a ,- h.hiT? Judging things, i- tba I rpi ^ ;,'? .-'* ot. Henry u. Bryant, tb. . leeretary of th* Philadelphia Geographl il Club, hai been cho_? by that body to I ? .,.,,,. pidltion. Tee exp. .. .. wm uart frjin inWvSJl on June Ci m cur Bishop Tutt>, BpU Look, who hu just identified. . the Belvatlon Army _ aa i to ba tho i.r.-: blabop who bsa e\>r ___. such e l**-* "in retiring from tha control cf The in>*? h.'" aaya "Th* C .:," "H. H. |___ saul orlll :... i .: ? , .,^ lng of every nearapaper nan I H, w? cnfronti-i with a difficult tj.-n. bi wu han-ll. capped by lack cf newapaper ? \ -. , ir,i y* he nada 'Thc* In ., C'i.- :pie_* aa i ' ? kn bitter hoMoest rival* wer* c. napelled I . tim of ,\_i work anl ; ? bl* Importaaol In Chi ? Journaliam. Of course th* rcas*o for hia ? ? !e*a is not har ia: br,>u?>-t to til ? . ,,.' Th* Inter 0 - hint chtrie. ter aad mari'.,-! btu ... pro<ii*c*4 - ; iper I which ai ? . ? -'., 4.1*4 with a k, ? ? J ihi ? ' T i : ir.- ui/a rn ii ii -;1 r \- r ti yu ?ir.. * ton. - - ,r. ta* .?,... -", revert I i William !'? ria Nix ?? -mn ut*. vic* to th.- party wi'.l not fonaum in his hand* lt i ia,\ ,. loyal as UM 1MB cguM ____________________ TBE tau; OF IHE /UK. ta Austra ? raptor*! m. railway ?tatloa .*?: nts. In :...in> of tba sr.iaii at*. tiona a won tn I | tl. kat tt. ires* Tat* : about \ lt May B ., itk*mtt tnouln ? ... rely. Your ll with the aaa "pride, "1 rta* ::.s ?( t_j I ? Hera ther i ;.?ott*: - ? he, If a ? ( V SC ti, To . Il- would N'ew-York to Old Massachusetts A. Vm fi, ? Rafi th wea h ? - from the nert ie ol som** let fa- , roi aol) .. r m/.h?r ? l'Miti, I' Trsaserlpfc Tr.- f ur hotels Ot Ay.-r, M , ..?'?-?*_? of IT',.',"* a year each, wine ; ? , ba th* inna ? ver i .,i 1 in al lai i .'.usetts. Muniniy, why Jo they boat '.lon* i- . I M imm i Becau r little sheen. Em* 1* dafter a pau . a I they hunt t,... i "The Living Churcl ." Episcopal r?<*r*itly aa4 that ? - Bl ;ius , Ity !? .ii u * mis? take, for st I'.-*. Uv*- IT; . .rcr.rs now ? that strr.' I I lt -nii.wly. Sr ti.- ir.-y*. Christ, TA n, Bt. I soft ana Bt Pat Bias's . it.lille K-ror.? i'oti * th* n ..::? r ?? ,:'-i youl Hen ; ,. :. :" * . fo: nv re than half an ??? r.-*-.' ;, lt. , Cl; .-se:-, ? ? Wai U* prlmar* ?., uaira i ladlai ai l-i Mount Plea* I ? i * ? ... N". J. ea i > ? - -in: JOHN H \M*. Born .'.: ireh Ut Thi C rry Tr i of I ia fruit beg Mp we high, a branch did hr. ak. and down . : .: aaa brok* las i. ci;, sad Died July Uth, UbM !r-*n, Buds thal Hr- "Mr E h- rr." the i ??:.. a mal len. - - I hiv* th* lo** of ni;, pe mi try. If you thlnl ' *?_ 0l pul li ral "?(CasMP Tribune. A Cl roan l " '?' ?"?? n | ibo '. imi'. which --: t[:tt him. On eakins her I ? "*?? dear, lt ha* -' | '1 di ll Of i.ri-s ihoill lt. lt I* handsome to : "'k ar, i: la not remarkably teRRsst, r i . -"s a good deal ia BB*da**i u3* i ? sd] on Iti -v shes sag ?'*??? ia ly, i.s als iy* < ai bi Baiassl ?al la non:- 1 :?> >m,,ke." "Till-: EARLY BIRD CATCH :? PHB WORM.*' A hird once read tl Then t,, hlmaelf h. - "If l caa catch thal I'll earl) I ... m; ? ? And bo ii- Ul! but ti: *r >i i worn The same cute .".n. had n i '*. T.i, i '.1J0I*. an'. hird mi .ike! : ume ni Moral. Th.. mn\im li --ks eonalsti ney Wbichev. r wa) :? !?' ir m hit w j,-,,.,,! adv!' e for "I -i-1 IS 1 a 1 I! ! . . ?< Boston Traaseritia Th > eal '^ Ulara atti ntl 'tth^| r. 1 ?*?? ? of her ? wurr. I --MarM* QrlmalkiB la tba '?? lat, an l wit! I ;:o:t^ but it will ba euri i ia --1 ?*? bos dumar and butter .?. ;; srappli* with tb* L**0*** *| tba easualh I i *' Btippaolai that tnlrtiu I whick la not a eertalaty, by aay niesn* would i" "illy the begtnntag of tba .im*J-*?*,'a^ Tn,- fin..-:. Bary Bppolot*d i i do th* cateblsg aOtlA b* the fr-a' to wish a rcsetadlBg Of tb* ?e-itute an** ? pussy team ,o, pubMc . i.'.igatioa ?* to h<-.- i .aimer costUBM or regalia In anything tn? concerns bi r sh? will be found to have i vole*. ***? nt) htlae-itlal one?piercing as that whick Bh* UP lifts from th* back fences at ?idalght, an* w!'!c, the ofllcial collar wauld not be likely to mitlj*'.*' And He Turned \way -'Ym can have a **"?$ meal," said ti: Maryland farmer, ";* .y0U,H_J. oom* out In the back yard and turn the S"*^ Bione for me while you're .. , ga ?Tm not that kind of crank, slr." jr''p'ieJ. Commoaweal foraj?er stiffly.-(a'hi..Mgo Trlhun*. An exchange says that ii rediscovery ef th*" RBB worked Ly 1 aa So:., and lu* folrjOSrsr* Wt TAmBSW has probsbty t>een found, w. c. Padget a m'1"*a operates a BSSraattl In the SBOBBtalaa ot ,""r>t''?,'^ discovered some relics In th* shape of Nasa* mor^j and other liapl**ji*nta Ha aacand the aar?i*<B BO old in li. ln-< engine, r to Ins;, ..r the place. In'' Of the exciv.Ul.ans th.y found the spur of a qu? vein, in which there iras s cona.rlerabl* SBOBtini gold. The old engineer said that ll ?>*?* a vftlm fina, end believes lt ls the exact spot "^"^ Rata and his follower* located and atlnoi for ?"?" and silver .ii") years afio. perms* i!"iK.- (i r ...i...:e, rm ?;"<//J}} patl.-uce with tau i;i..,:ys MtaallwynitoJ?_TB -the way she-* abuslag h.-r baaatini *)"? doesn't d s.ive r,i haw ni:..-. _* Mrs. Hodge -Whin's she baan doing new Farmer Hodgs-Thia book to .fall ' ? let she threw lier .'.yes nu to the e-lluiK. \-n,' 1 tlwOl them ore en rh- foe**. t?_*B *? ? 'rJ" ''(jr* down ea a lens' corridor SB_ISSt?>i tt*SJ\a cool wai.rs of the lafooa. Then she ?i*_J5_ called them back somehow, for lt aajTB ?he BPflgg them In sad. salt tears, wiped them. J*"%n0U5 them with long lashes. Once she ?_"Tl_l A to rivet them on the dome. and. J*MJ_L? mi sb* waa Hxlng th?m on a niantel.-O osua