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, ; , ■,^ — >^t r — — , . , —_. -. Lord & Taylor Annual Sale of Household Linens J A remarkable offering of Fine Linens at the greatest price concessions" we have ever made. Linens from the foremost Linen Producing Countries of the world are included in this sale, at reductions of 1^ and »£ less than regular prices. ' Fine Damask Table Cloths and Napkins at reductions that average l / 2 less than regular prices. -•• Table Cloths $1.85 tO $10.75, formerly. 52.75 to $21. Napkins $2.50 tO $17.50 dozen, formerly 53.50 to $35. 00. Towels at unprecedented reductions. H. 5. Buck, $3.00, $4.50, $6.00 & $8.75 d°z. Regular $4.50, $6.00, $9.00 and $15.00 qualities. Turkish Bath Towels ; 25c. 37¥iC.and 50c. regular 37 l-2c, sOc. and 75c. qualities. Linen Sheets and Pillow : Cases at special reductions of 1-3 less than regular prices. Hand Embroidered Irish Linen Pillow Cases '$1.75 P -» regular $2.75 quality. Hand Embroidered Irish -Linen Bureau Scarfs, $1.50 each, instead of $2.00 and $3.00. 25 Irish Linen Hand Embroidered Bed Spreads at 1-2 price to close. Mostly for single twin beds. 1,200 Fine H. S. Damask Tray Cloths at 25C. regular 4Oc. grade. Lace trimmed Linen Doylies, Centrepieces, Scarfs and Lunch Cloths at great reductions to close. Annual Sale Blankets, Bed Spreads, Comfortables, Muslin Sheets and Pillow Cases at remarkable price concessions. Blankets $3.95 and 44.95 pr., reduced from $5.00 & $6.25. Down Comfortables $3.95 and $4.50, regular $5.50 & 56.00 grades. Cotton Filled Comfortables Me., $1.25 & si.ss; . ~ regular 51.25. 51.75 & 52.50 grades. Fine Silk & Satin Covered Comfortables Down and Wool filled, at half price to close. Bed Spreads 51.35 & 52.75, regular $1.75 & 53.50 grades. Muslin Sheets and Pillow Cases at a special reduction in prices. Broadway & 20th St.. sth Ay.; 19th St. Lor d & Taylor . Annual Clearance Sale of Carpets Commencing Monday, January 6th The attention of our patrons is particularly called to this special sale. We will place on sale 50.000 yards from our regular lines of the following standard grades of Carpets, comprising an extensive assortment of patterns and colorings suitable for all furnishings: Best Quality Axminster Carpets at $1. 10 & 97 He. yd.. formerly $1.65 & 1.50 Best Quality Body Brussels Carpets g at S I • I 5 yd" formerly $1.65 Best Quality Wilton Velvet Cai'pets at 97 VIQ. yd., formerly $1.65 Remnants or Short Lengths Royal Wiltons, Wilton Velvets, Axminster Body Brussels, &c, at Si. 35,3 5, 72/^c., /ic. l & 55c. yd. These remnants are from goods regularly sold at $3.25, 1.65, 1.50 && ki.25.k i.25. Broadway and 20th St.; sth Aye.; 19th St. TRIAL OF JOHX R WALSH. "Ex' Deputy Controller Coffin Testi fies at Chicago. Chicago. Jan. 4 -That certain sections of the na tional bank.'.-:*; !av.s ar<! dead lttters to far as ba.nk.ia? practice Is concern*- a. and that tfcoee vio lations meet m-itb only fnrma.l criticism from th* Controller of th* Currency, was the testimony to day of George M. Coflln. or New York, former Deputy Controller of the Currency, in the trial of John K. Walsh, on charges, of misapplying the lands of the defunct CfcicaKO National Bank. Cof 6n ttill holds •« •-cmxrJski'STi us bank *aa miner. ~ Coffin wa* atked ti John S, Mi;««:. attorney tor ttt OeXesce. if it »**> a prevaiiinj practice for na tional hanks to make accommodation and memor andum notes and leans in excess of the limit pro vided by the banking Jaws. Coffin answered in the affirmative. "Were such cases as this one in which Mr. V.'alsh is Involved treqoently reported to the Con troller by the bank examiners?" "Yes, sir." "Were they criticised by the Controller?" "No; there was not special criticism." "What look place in the Controllers office?" "The reports were gone over and 1 then printed letters, calling the attention of the banks to the statutes, were tent to the banks." "Did the practice of making excessive loans pre vail?' "Yes. there were alwajH about one-third of the banks making men loans. . This prevailed in a pa serve district, and 'la about thirty cities of the country. Including New York and Chicago." NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBI KE. SIM>AY. JANUARY 5. 1908. Stern Brothers #@ To-morrow, a Special Purchase of Very Desirable Colored Dress Silks - Comprising • , '.■ > ■ ■■; ■ . v ; ' *' ' ' 3750 Yds. Satin Messaline and 6500 Yds. Crepe de Chine, L at. 59 Yd. •; . in a complete assortment of evening colors, - : • , • - - ' including white, ivory and cream . j V * t \ • Also r v :2450: 2450 Yds. Chiffon Velvet, . - at $J,45Vd. ' r in all shades, ' ■ ". ■■■■■: - . - . Value ,$2.00 Yard . ;•:.; i: Black Dress Goods \ Extraordinary. Offering of - y'; -V 5000 Yds. imported Black Crepe ; ' : SILK AND WOOL 1 AND WOOL, FINE SOFT FINISH, DOUBLE - WIDTH, FOR STREET AND HOUSE DRESSES, Regular Price $1.25 and 1.50 Yd, at ; 55 C Monday, Continuation Sale of '■ Household & Decorative Linens Including several new lines not shown heretofore At Specially Reduced Prices IRISH AND SCOTCH SATIN DAMASK CLOTHS. 2x2 yds., $2.15,3.45 2><x2^ yds., $3.50,5.50 2x 2 y 2 '•' 2.65, 4.35 2^x3 " 4.25, 6.75 2x3 - 3.25, 5.25 * 2/,x 3 /, " 4.75,7.85 NAPKINS, to match, Doz. $2.30, 2.65, 2.95, 4.75 HEMSTITCHED LINEN PILLOW CASE?, I Pair $1.10, 1.45, 1.70, 1.95 HEMSTITCHED HAND -EMBROIDERED LINEN PILLOW CASES, * J - Pair $3.75, 2.45, 3.15, 3.45 SCALLOPED HEMSTITCHED LINEN PILLOW CASES, Pair $1.85, 2.75, 3.10, 3.95 HEMST'D LINEN SHEETS, Pair 3.85, 4.38, 5.40, '6.25 HAND EMB'D. TOP SHEETS, Each 6.15,6.75,7.95,9.75 Hemmed, Doz. $2.00, 2.95, 3.50 HUCK TOWELS | Hemstitched, " 2.75, 3.35, 4.38 - [Scalloped, " 2.85, 4.00, 5.90 TURKISH BATH TOWELS, Doz. $2.15, 2.95, 4.20 f Satin Finish, Each 1.75, 1.95, 2.25 bedspreads .j MarseilleS) " 2 .10, 2.40, 2.95 T\P\NESE HVN'D DRAWN SCARFS AND SQUARES, . JAPANESE H. Each , 95c, 1.20, 1.35 ; HAND EMB'D SCARFS & SQUARES, " $1.18, 1.25, 1.50 LACE TRIMMED SCARFS, " 2.95, 3.50, 3.75 LACE TRIMMED TEA CLOTHS, " 3.75, ( 4.25. 5.75 West Twenty-third Street ( . , ' "'" \ ■ ' >____ . that; the Panted tetter, ser^t to Controller's off.cc from 18S6 to 1898. Th Unera asserted that all loans from banks to their officers, excessive or within the llm -pro vided by law. are generally regarded as matters of judgment. Memoranda notes are customary, he Lerted. in all banks with which he Ts familiar Under cross-examination by Fletcher Dobjns as sistant district attorney. Coffin admitted that he had never seen any memorandum notes Ike those in the Chicago National Bank and to which officers of the bank signed another person 8 name without authority from or the knowledge of that person. Attorney Dobyns asked: ■•Was there any limit on excessive loans that de pended on the amount of the bank's capita!. "That depended more on the amount of the de posits than the capital." When asked for a case where excessive loans bad fceen made by a bank officer to enterprises In which he -interested, the witness cited the Chestnut Street National Bank, of Philadelphia. He admitted that that institution had failed, and was now in the hands of a receiver. Subsequent questions brought out a storm of ob jections from the defence, and in the midst of the arguments court was adjourned until Monday. BILL HITS BIG STORES. To Enforce Labor Laws Applying io Mercantile Establishments. FBy Telegraph to The Tribune. 1 Albany, Jan. 4.-Knforeement by the State Labor Department of labor laws in their ap plication to mercantile establishments, more particularly i&rpre department stores in New York City, will be provided for in a bill now being prepared by persons here who are deeply interested in that subject. At present the duty of enforcing such l»w» fails to the local health depann.entP. nhu-h have their hands full in at tending to affairs strictly of sanitary importance. This bill will follow recommendations in Gov ernor Hughess message, in which he pointed out that the fiealth departments showed that they were not in a position to devote the requisite an.ount of attention to this important matter. A bill to accoi.-.plish the same purpose was intro duced last year by Assemblyman Hooptr, chair man of the Labor Committee. It was passed by th© Assembly under an emergency message, but was defeated in the Senate, largely, it was de ciared then, because of opposition by the nian a.gerr.enU3 of the big department stores. That measure contained a provision against women and children laborhis more- than .sixty hours in any one week. Such a provision will not be contained in the new bill. State inspection o? conditions ln the big store? in first class cities will be the main feature of the proposed MIL The State Labor Department has not COOKS to th<? front on this caution yet, and now has about all theVluties it can handle. If this additional duty is add<*d the department probably will ask for the creation* by legislation of a new bureau to atte::d to department store ufi'airs. OPPOSITION TO NEW LINE EXPECTED. [By Telegraph to The Tribune 1 Troy. N. V.. Jan. 4.— Strong opposition is ex pected' to develop at the hearinK In Albany Mon day before th*- Public Service Commission to the construction of a railroad between Troy and Buf falo. The opposition will come from the New York Central, whose line the proposed Buffalo. Roches ter & EasU-m Railroad will parallel. PROGRESS ON ST. PAUL EXTENSION. Chicago. Jan. < Before April 1 the Pacific Coast extension of th- Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad vi ill be completed . to Unit--, Mont., • and through train MTViee will be established almost immediately. In the meantime, sections of the line west of Butte will be construe and it is ex- To What School Shall I Send My Boy or Girl FOR A Musical Education ? Tnc Tribune Will Help You io Decide. See tht Musical Page in To- Day's Issue. It will assist you in makln* arrangement! It you mention THE TRIBUNE la your Interview* pected all these wili be connected so that trains can be run through to Seattle early ln 1909. Service has been opened to Bowman, N. D., 162 miles west of the Missouri River, the grading has been prac tically completed to Harlowion. Mont . and ths rails are being laid at the rate of four miles a day. RESUMPTION IN OHIO INDUSTRIES. [I>j Telegraph to The Tribune | Cleveland. Jan. 4.— Ten thousand men are to re sume work in the industrial establishments of Cleveland on Monday morning, according to a piat^nif-nt issued to-day by J. K. Tanner, presi dent of the Manufacturers' Information Bureau. This means that f!50,000 will be put into circulation in wa&es liere next week. Mr. Tannev says that throughout the Mat.- frmn 25 000 to 50.900 men will return to work an Monday. He predicts tliat with in a fortnight all Cleveland industries will be op eraling full Wast. SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS. San Francisco. Jan. 4. — Th*» official closing quo tations for mining stocks to-day wore as follows: Alpha Con <» Hale & Norcross 47 Andes .16 Mexican « Bolcher 29- Occidental Con 1« Best & Belcher tfbOphir -- Caledonia 27 1 Overman *>• Challenge Con 10 Potosl 07 , hollar 14 Savage 4.1 Confidence .: Si.-rra Nevada 43 Con Cal 4- Va 03! Union Con 2S Con Imperial "riV?," Con .1* Crown Point 2. fellow Jacket 1.67 Gould & Curry 15 ! MAEINE INTELLIGENCE. MINIATURE ALMANAC Sun rises 7:C-»!Sun sets 447 Moon sets 7:01jMoon f s age 2 \ HH-.H WATKH. A M — Ppnclv Hook 5.:!4 Oov. Island B:SC!H»U Gala 10:09 P.M.— Hook o:«SiGov. Island o|SllKeU Gate 11:24 WIRELESS REPORTS. The Vader'.and. whlrh reported t<>" fable Island as 690 miles east of ijarsdy dock nt no yesterday, is expected to dock about 1 p. m. on Monday. T*-e Furnessla which reported to Pable Island as 170 miles east of that station at 1 p. m. >eaterday. is ex pected to 'j:nl' about 7 r>- m - on Monday. INCOMING STEAMERS. TO-DAY. v «ei ' From. Line. •Combo. Porto Illeo. December 31.. X TAP II •Bermudian Bermuda, January 3. . . : Quebec •Maraval Trinidad. December 1> Trinidad ,' ', " Gibraltar. December 21 Austrian Star ofEneiand Barry. Deceniler ]l» • tdent Lincoln... Gibraltar. December --'4 Hamb-Am Carnathla . Gibraltar. December •->» lunard Xt Andrew Antwerp. Decfmber 21 Pho-nlx Sannlo .. . '■'• ■ • Naples. December 23 Italian MONDAY. JANUARY 6. • I - r-. a .^oKiie Havre. December » French • riVn«»la ....Olaagow. December 2S Anchor *-ni« ' furacao. December 2« n«l l> vt!rdi i. Holvhoad. December •-'«.. l«inip I Holt ,•',,' t <j.V.iiiniih . .havar.nsh. January 3 Savannah i-iNnr" .i.Galveston. December 31 So Pacific El Vaile..".'.'.'." New Orleans. January 1 So Paclfle TUESDAY. JANUARY 7. lnanc Colon. December 8t... Pan«m* •Saratoga . Havana, January 4 .. Warn Bi vi,. afr Hamburg;. Dectmber 28 . . Hamb-Am timol*uky , Libau. bacMabcrSl Kus>ldii rr t y Gibraltar. .December 28 Austrian Venezia N«*Ua. D«r*'uber 2». Fat»r« I Stern x Brothers : Tas]or-made Walking Stilts For Early Spring Wear, at Special Prices of Mixed Tweed Cheviots, Semi-fitted Hi? Length Coat, with colored velvet collar and cuffs, trimmed with • 2> 22.5U braid pleated skirt trimmed with straps. of Broadcloths, in various shades. Hip. Length Coat trimmed 26 00 with velvet and braid, pleated skirt trimmed with bra:d. ~ f velvet and embroidery, pleated sfcifi trimmed with oraid, f^ Also Walking Skirts, / 14,50 pleated chifTcn finish broadcloth, y — • ''■ - % A Clearing Sale ci Tea Gowns, Negligees and Kimonos is announced for * • Tuesday next, January 7th. Misses' and Girls' Apparel Advance Showing of Girls' Wash Dresses and Guimpes - Girls' High Neck Guimpe Dresses, of Gingham and Chambray, 5 1 03 m plaids, checks and plain colors, neatly trimmed, 4 to 14 }'«, Girls' Low Neck Dresses, with kimono sleeves. of Chambray and Mercerized Gingham, in polka dots, stripes 2.75 and plain colors, trimmed with insertion of emrroidery, 6 to 14 ] « Girls' Guimpes, Two Models, of White Lawn, 65c cluster tucking or insertion of embroidery, 4 to 14 >rs, To-morrow Annual Sale of Women's Underwear of Cambric and Nainsook At Loss. Than Cost of Manufacture Night Gowns, I?' I-*' J'if « I'll Chemises 69c ' 85c ' Los USS Drawers «^ 75c ' 95c " 175l ' 75 Scivers, 75C » 95c ' ] ' 25 " * 5 Corset Co^ers, • Walking Petticoats, 51.25, 1.50, 2.35, 2.95 Also Silk Petticoats, ."' 184.108.40.206.6.95 Continuation January Sale of Women's Outergarments » Imported and Domestic At Greatly Reduced Prices . — y- - Annual Clearing Sale of All High Class Furs / Imported and Domestic Coats, of Mink, Broadtail, ' Caracul and Pony. Muffs and Neckpieces of Russian Sable, Mink, Baum Marten, Ermine, Chinchilla, Pointed Fox, Persian t Lamb, Beaver, Alaska Sable and Caracul. At Exceptional Reductions Unusual Reductions in Imported Lace Curtains for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. at $ 5.50, 12.00 up to 23,50 Pair Formerly $8.50, 18.50 up to 35.00 Lace Sash Curtains, Stores and Bed Sets At Corresponding Reductions. West Twenty-third Street T llHir Ant^rr. December 2* RMR M d allo i San Marc D3 Galveston. January 1 Mallon, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 8. •Or«n»c .Oueenstown. January S. . .Whit* Star •cll-?£'e'"... ..Para. January 1 -Bojth rvftpriltv V ..... ..Swansea. December -4 -Bristol Mot "a ....... . Rotterdam. December ». . ... - ?"=?'"" < P vdlitr ...... - Bum** December » X v> Uwd I! Fas*.'." .'...■.■ *...- Galveston. January So Pacific •Brings mall- OUTGOING STEAMERS. TO-DAT. Ve»^l. For. UM. Mail dM sail* Boniface. Far*. Booth C:3oam •°° a m MONDAY. JANUARY 6. Bellendefl. Argentine. l*mp& Holt. . 7:30 a m •*•»*■ Hamilton. Norfolk Old Dominion — - 3.00 P m Apache. Jacksonville. Clyde 3.00pm TUESDAY. JANUARY 7. Vrnnn . in . \V Bremen N G Lloyd.. fi:.M>am 10:00 am iii TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. destination and steamer Phi «■■ la N>w T ° rk - Hawaii Japan. Corea. China and Thilip- , c:00 P m H pmV 'ismSa- <v.a .an Kr.acl.co, -N,,> g ft £iS"&>|^..^an JO. oaOpj- V-iv Zealand. Australia (except WesM. " Samoa* Wands and New Caledonia tvla ■ -Jan H 6 P - Sin Francisco)— ForerJc Jan 1.5. «> p m Japan. Corea. China and I'hitU'pine I*l . CaW.mia (via Vancouver and Victoria n ( i- Mlowria Jan 2G. G.OOpm Tahiti and Marques Kar.ds (via ■•» .s-00-,,, Francisco*— Man ( Vr", \ I Jan _•». 6.00 p m Hawaii t!uam and Philippine Island (via tan i-'ranciscc— L- B Transport Jan 31. 6:00 pm SHIPPING NEWS. Port of New York. Saturday, Jan. 4, 1908. AP.UIVED. Steamer M»rro Castle. Hymn, Ver» Cruz December ■•« [~im.i — US anrt Havana 31. to the Now York and Tuba Mail Ms Co. with .".*> passengers, malls and mds;. Arrived at the Bar at 4:-S a m. Steamer Clonfuegos it'ubam, Elc<*rman. Santiago December "S. to the New York and Cuba Mi'<! Ss Co. with mdse. Arrived a' lb« Bar at 7:40 ■ ru. Si.aiurr Patricia iGrn. Ma«ln. lliimlnir,- Dei-ember 31. Boulogne - 1 - <»nd Plymouth -3. t.. the Hamburg America! I.in«. with I*4 cabin. i:t:i third class and IWV.J -■••• . passengers and MM Arrived at the Bar M 7:40 a in. steamer Minnehaha ißri. 1 ayUnd London Decem ber 54. to Vhe Atianti<- Transport Line. »lth 10 cabin pa ■■"■l* cm and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 6:: so a in and anchored. Left Quarantine at I' l •' > ■ in Steamer BUM Marie, from Shields, south Fire Island et 9 »7 p m. Steamer Hamilton, Boar. Newport News and Nor folk, to the Old Dominion Sb Co. with passengers and mdH Passed In Quwuitine at -:4- p m Steamer Chicago City <Br>. Hunter. Bristol Decem ber 10 and Swansea It. to James Arkell 4- Co. *lt» mdse. Arrived at the Bar at • M p m. Steamer Royal PTi»c« (Br». Cole. Newcastle. Decemt>«r 19. to Busk i. Jevon.-. with mclss. Arrived At We Bar at i>:3» p in. American. Delano. Puerto Mexico December 27, Steamer American. I^ia!- >, Pueno M-xi'-o tfcfni>r £i, to Dearborn & Laphatn. with mdse. Arrived at tn- Eir at Steame? CUy- of Columbus. Burjr. Savancah January 1. Steam*-: city of Columbus. Uurr. Savannah .Tanuaryl. to the Ocean Ss Co. with passengers and n-.^se. I' mil in Quarantine at 3:'.<» am. Steamer El Slsl". Prescott. Galveston December -3. to the Southern Pacific Co. with muse, Passed In . •«»■ tine at tiir. a m. Earner Hortenslus (Dr>. S?nell, Rtwano November — . Buenos Ayres -m Mantevldeo 'Si. Barbados Dewtr.ber 11 and Havana, via. Boston. January 3. to X P Houston & Co. with mdse. Arrived via City Island an! .»ft Quar antine at 11:28 a t.i . '■ Steamer Philadelphia. Jll.ls. Sou:hamptoß and «-har bours December i a . to th- American Line, with 5- ***** and I"'. »«>-er»ge pasieagers. mails ana nvise Arrived "*«!j Hook. Jan V'»:3o 9 m— Wind southwest. fr-»J» bn-e <- cloudy. ?AtI.KI>. Stecmers ir»rrm'.., <Br>. for Genoa «n«i Naples via Ma.Uira- -an Giorgio ((tall. Naples and Gfnn.*; r.it««» States (Dan). Copeiinajten. *tc: B>iou iV.TK Bahia. Rio d« Janeiro, etc: Caracas. San Juan. La Guayra. etc: Ha vana. Havana; Iroquols. ttiarleston and JacksoavU!.": l"an£nia. Cristobal: Peace. Ponce. ■' ■' ■•■•» * ! ; rr.ni August Wilhflm (Grr>. Fortune Island. Kingston, etc; S v!in «BT) Grtr.aaa »n.r TrtnlfJa.i: Venetla »G*r>. Ina^ua. i'ort-au-ITin^. fl.-; City of Maccn. Savannah; Denver. Key West and G»lr«a>»; i:i i»i. N>-« Orleans: El Mar. Galveston «anchor«'d In y-.:r»r:m:!n<» at ■ '* I' rm: James town Norfolk and New] • N-a- Mac. Port Tampa: .'amianta Uverpcol via . -..>vkn. t'ed.-ie «Br>. N'apie* w.<t Genoa via .Azores; Columbia «Ur>. ...» via Moville: ilamburs rt>TX tienoa. and Naples: KOnigin Lu(ae .«?«-r). Ocaos. Naples, etc; Kroonlar.d. Antwerp- lllnr<?a?o;is (Br>. London: >t Uouls. >outhan»^ tcn via riyjnouih ar.J Cb«-rbours; l"retorla (Ger), Ham burg. STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS. ARRIVED. . /!. WttUaStOC Jan 4— Temoan* \Br>. New York via Fr» mantle. Adelaide, etc. Havre. Jan 4. •■ » m— La Bretagn* »I'r). New York Plymoutb. Jan ■*— Netv York. New York for Cherbourg and fouihampfi-n ("tncl proceeded*. Genoa. J^iw- — Itlltta iltalv. N^w Tori* via Naples. SAILED. I>arbadu9. Jan 3 — Mamnner.s« (Ur'.. from New York for Para. Havre. Jan 4 M I m— La Lorruir.* ''ri. New Tork. Kouthamptrn. Jan « —^t Paul. New Twrk \ia Cherboarj. Seville. Dec '.I — !lf>rs!lta .c.en Ealer «frv>m a*xc* luna). New York. Hull. J^n 3— ltalia ißr) Levertds>». New York Uottrnlam. Jan I. 2 r. m— Kyouam il>uu-h>. Van do* Zee. New YorU via Boulogne «:»nit passed North foreland>. Kingston. Jamaica. Jan ?. —l^ Plata «Br>. Trlu* (trma New York i. Uarbadoj, Colon. »-tt-. an«t •-lamp t. ii 4th. ■> isri-. iUr>. Mason (from Southampton BarkttdoH etoi. New York. Antwerp. Jan 1— Samlumi. Anflndsrn. New York Llverrfx-t. Jan .— Arm-nian (P.r>. Uoberts. New Tork: »)\onlan iTn. Hit kinson. New Orleans; ■ irmir::* «Isr>. Warr. New York U:» Qn««Bstovcn. 1 ' \ .- 1 Gibraltar. Jun 3— N'orU America "(Ita!>. De B*rbt»ri Uonoa ana Naples, for New YorU; NeiUrnfel* tt:.«r). r:r»i .. UriAmi, iViior.ii-o a:ia itaei for Bos ton .in.l Newr Yorli. PMim. J-in 4V— Atholl tl'.rk. KtmpC Yokohama, etc tor Haltlmore an.l New York '-i- Jnn 4— Ceatrtan ißr). ■ ■■■ London for New York Utard. Jnn :;. tft .. m-pi.t*l>«m «Dutth». Rac»v«nh ... Nt " w York fur Eoulncn*. anvt Rotterriim Kins >te. J»n U— UeorifU \Br), Morgan. .\«» York to* Liverpool.