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mLl?" THE WORLD ; WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 188?: I
mm: 'sdifting the captains.
HfrV TUB FLAK FOR A 0;NE3Ab SHAKMT OF
K THE POLIOS FORCE
IP XYh Shall Hti Wlllliirna's Old Precinct the
EjT (3nn That Delays tho Deal SIcLnniilitln
F Likely to do There and Itellly to Come
Efc. to the Clly Hall Other Important Cliangea
Bv YonB Blood to Go to the Front.
gr Tho Police OommloEloncra nro coiwldorinu
HhWj, tlio bcsl plan for n Ronornl trmiBfor of Cup.
ji tains. Bo as to secure tlio prcntust ofllcicncy.
Hp&V' They recoRiiizo tlio fnct tlint homo of thn
HH&, Captains do not show that activity and nielli
H$T " vrbicU should characterize tho modern pollco
Bts officer, and wltcro to plnco them is tho
B' "When tho sixty-year retirement law una
HL. Pt in forco, and two Inspectors wcro chosen
Ht$ and ten now Captains ueromadu, tho lattor
Hk(. woro told that their assignments cro tonipo-
B nry, and that noon thoy i onlil botrntiKfnrred
Kft"l to products whoronclho work, fresh blood
Rjj l &nd brains were rcquircil. The retiroment of
HrF Captain llobbins, one month boforo his nix.
H tieth birthday, pnvod tho way for a cencral
Hjt- reassiRnment of Captains, and it was unckr-
Hk stood that tho doal would bo mado on Tucs-
r. It was discussed at tho meeting of tho
Kt' Board, but at ouco a snap; was struck in tho
KV question Mho should bo tho successor to
Hi, Capt. Tom Itellly in tho Kim toontli pro.
Bf cinrt, or Thirtieth street station, Cniit.
Kr Itellly is weary of "being pounded by tho
Hf papers," hd says, and longs for pastures now,
Kg whero ho may pursuo tho utn tenor of his
R-v war. Ho was happy and contented at thn
Kl City Hall, and i ould bo ploascd to uo back
Kb Tho CommisRionors aro divided in opinion
HCB ra f successor to Itellly, somo thinking that
HpV Capt. AUairo's cxpcrlonco and surcess in thu
Kgfc turbulent EIoyouiIi llts him for thu exacting
ft' Work of tho Nineteenth. Othi rs liollovii that
K& youui; blood and detective eeniiiH are needed
pr and aro pressing Capt. JIcLniidUni, now in
Kft, Old slip, who was graduated from Iimpi ctor
m Vyrncs's collcgo of detuctivo sciuueo, aud ho
Kffr will probably ho thu winner.
Kl Capt. Allairo has desirod for a long timo to
tjTV- bo rcliovod from tho exacting dutiis of tho
K$ Eleventh. Ho is drill master of tho form,
Kst and feels that ho should hiuo easier routino
n; work. He will go to thn First l'reclnct to
'f succeed McLaughlin in all probability.
Kc Capt. Moakim has purchased a homo in
K. upper New York and desires to havu a com-
KjV irmnduror by, and willsucceod Capt. Hooker
K: in the Harlom l'rcciuct, while Cupt. Wcster-
H Telt will cp to the Mulberry street station to
Kjf ouocoed Mcakim. Hooker is slated for tho
K$ Tremont, or Thirty-fourth l'reclnct, aud
sF' Cortright Is to return to his old, Thirty.Boo-
3, ond, or West Ono Hundred and rifty.socoud
B? street Frecmot.
Capt. Grrftit is booked for the Kast Thlrty-
Ef fifth street l'reclnct tho Tuenty.llrst, Ujmi
KE to bo transferred to .Madison stiuot, aud
5 Brooks to go to West Ono Hundredth stroot,
Grt to succeed Murphy slated for Morrismiia.
K& Capt. Cassldy is regarded as u prudent and
H$i (agacioUB officer, aud tlio slnto-iimkers say
KG, that ho will como downtown to Dulanouy
fl Btreet, Slovin assuming control of tlio Kid.
mm ' ridge street station, now commanded by
Ek Tho other Captains, It is gh on out, will ro.
E main in thoir present precincts, it not being
Kw regarded as wise to transfer them in iuw of
Bjp thoir excellent work, and thorough know.
KV ledgo of their commands anil thn peculiar
B people who inhabit thorn. Tho slato as given
H out at Folico HcndmiartorH, subject, of
Mf conrso. to cbango when tho llnal dual is
Rif mado, is as follows i
Ktfi' Pwtntt. Captain, Location.
KJ 1 Allaire Old Bllji
Ve licrgtiold cuuroii street.
c. Hoiny OMJlUll.
Ki WcUl Oalc street.
'f' " Kaklns l.tunnnl street.
McCullugti, r..l.nivljiili HirccU
By T Ii''an Miitllsnn uttcet.
ft 8 ....SlcDinnell l'rliice street.
JkS Copclaiul Cliarle direct.
t'i " 10 Weatctvclt Mulbirrr street.
KK 11 Blcvln KUlrlilKv HlreeU
Hjg IS i QBuldr Drlaneei flroeu
IB Scliultz ITnlnii .Market.
KfV 14 McL'ullOKh, Br..rilth slntt.
Ki s llroiran Mcieei street.
KsA 10 jMcKlwnln Wist 2D111 street.
tj"', IT flarlnrnl Jlroadnay sriuad.
Hf I8 Cllnchjr Fast Si 1 Htn ct.
K 1 MeLauglilln .. ..West SUtli BtruM.
if 0 Catpeuter WettiiTlli sircct.
Hrvt SI (iniDt Knt esih street.
C M lClllllea. Wot47th strict.
v Warts i:m 51M .tnet.
PKlf U (sab) ....Acting Capt. ... (Irnud CYnlrul Depot.
PHRT M Htultti Sicuinrr IMtrul.
K-'i M Ounner Kat iiTih street.
K M Brooks Went looih street.
-Q ST O'Connor Kut bstli mrect.
U' S3 OhsIMii Hlcamboat sqiud.
K& S3 MeaHIrn Hint lntti street.
Km CO blebart Wistur.ttntrout,
ft 81 Saunders UlKlibrlilitc.
Htl' SS CortriKbt Went 152d Bireet.
KK' B3 Murphy Murrlaaula.
Ktu U Hooker. Tremont.
KV; S3 Yulo KliigBbrldge.
& J0STL1NQ MlBElilES.
Bt-4 Two Denthi I'rom Heart DUeaae Rloso To-
Bji,N' Sether Confouuiled In ltonu Htrvet.
!PH It was doclarcd to-day that henrt disease
" V"l5 was tho cause of tho death of Martin Klmiu.
" Eer, who had kept u small restuuraut uud
V JjP lived at 63 Rose street, for thu last fourteen
years. Yesterday afternoon ho sat down in
pr Michaol Murphy's saloon, at H'J Leonard
Hii street, for n nap aud ne er oko again.
i; An incident illustmtho of thu jostling
nearness of miseries of this sort in this big
i town, aud tlio gcuoral carelessness in regard
Er to such ovcntB occurred to Tun Would ro.
Hrf porter who was looking tho matter up.
Kx No one in tho plnco where Klminger died
Bv know him. Tins moniing thd people who
B Jvero present whon tho body was taken away
Pg by the police told tho reporter that tho man
EfflE, lived at 22 Koso street.
KD Thero the reporter was directed to231toso
nSEj etreot, and at tlmt number ho found that lien.
H iamin Chappol, an old printer tit Ho Yiuuo's,
HS had fallen down a liight of four steps nt tlio
KK corner of Itoso nnd Utiano streets Kunday
m night and died a few hourB aftor of heart ills.
, ,' case. Cliappel had no friends, bis only
HF daughter being married and lier address uu-
H known. Chappol's body is at tho Morguo.
Hp Another M'rlt Aiked Tor niundy.
Bf' An application was mado to Judge Lawrence In
Kfc Supreme Court, Cbambcri, to-day tor a writ ot
E aabeos corpui In the oaso ot Nathan llarrett
Rf' ilnndy, ot btatcu Itland. who was nent to tho
KdT Aiylam for the Insane hi .Mlddietown on tho ovo of
HfKr , hU marriage to a pretty widow anil who claims that
n? D Is rot inuue.
mm ,Tlie JndKe did not healtato to say that the New
HiT Torlc courts nld ubout thrie-fourths ot tlio UibI-
KL nee of the state, and tlut the amplication might
ntve been mado lu Hlalen Island, Declalou was
HK ' Ne,r York' Next Celebration.
Ejri Tho committee appointed by Mayor Hewitt to nr-
Bgi range for the celebration of the hundredth annl.
Hel i??1' ' Pcrge Washlnulou's IniuRuratlon as
b rresldebt will meet la the Major's oulce late thla
HgF aftirnoon. It li lUely that a committee of 100 will
K' PB selected to make arranuemeata for the cele-
Bji DIore Oloney for Cenaua Keports.
HF'C larrcuLTO THC WOBLD.
I WlsntNOTON, Dtc. T. A letter from tho Bfcre-
Ht tary of the Interior fl as laid beforo tho Senate to-
Hafe. Day (titlns that an appropriation of in, 493 la
H requlrofl to complete the publication of the final ro-
f , port on the census of It, four of the twenty.two
Hj volumes btUiif still unprlmed. The bill was laid
Pm' pa the table.
Hr I.ltUe Uono In the Henate,
Hb, larxctxi.ro the wobld.i
Hf, WiBnlNOTOM, Deo. 7. After receiving a nnra-
HLs btT ot offlai1 fPO. ordtrlnj them printed in(l
trtiiactlnir some unimportant basinets, the Senate
H: to-day adjoarued at IS. ti until to-morrow.
r Tramp Lodaera to bo Vaccinated.
tt.- r Prros dson and twelve aielatants will
H9 Within the next tew dais UH all tho police stations
E aa vaccinate tho tramp lodgers.
LITTLB LIFB Off 'OIiANQE .
Oonmtaalon Ilonse Idle nnd Trader Not
Dolnar ftlnch Mnnhattnii llrono.
DullncsH peradod tho Wall direct markets
to-da, aud tho complaints by tho brokers of
a lack of orders were moro numer
ous than for a long timo. Tho
traders have tlio speculation all to
themselves, and as thoy do their own buying
and soiling very little is loft for such houses
as do n strictly commission business.
The Consolidated Exchange gets its
shnro of orders when thero aro
any nroutid nnd tho Stock Kxehnngo loses
lU'iportlonitdv. 'll.o npnthy of thn ptiliPc
lias n m ry tl(pr islng oiled on thu stroet and
glvi h tho bears tho niUautngu.
Tho di aliugs this tiiornlug re)rcsontrd
nothing but a guerilla warfare between thu
" eighth chasers," as tho traders who chango
thoir position " "with ovory rumor urn
rallod. Manhattan tumbled 2 points, to
i!Z), on tho talk about tlio underground rail,
road hPhomn, and Qnlcksilvor nnd Wheeling
nnd Lako Ilo dropped nbont as much, but
otherwibo tho fluctuations wirn 1 per
cent, or less, 'I ho list was raldiil
at frtijuont intcnnls, but nlwiiys tallied
when tho shorts attempted to biut,
Hi uding was tho most net ho stool:.
Kin ppard sold iji.OOO and Enos .1,01)0.
lira) ton .Touts nnd Tunis eacii bought
2.000 and Von HolTman 1,000. Tho Wornisors
nlso bought and this gavo rise to a story that
tho old bull pool was accumulating stock.
Bchcpp was n buyer of Western Union.
Tho reports about fresh railrond troubles
at thu West wcrn used against tho market.
Tho Atchison is said to bo tho aggnssor
and lively limes in thn Houthwcst
nro anticipated. TIicho reports, however,
lmo to bo takon with allowance, as they em.
anato from Chicago, whuro tho bearish fuel,
iug on tho markut is most pronounced.
Around midday Wcstnni Union startod up
to 7H, and this was followed by some im
provement all along thu linu.
In State bonds Nortli Carolina special tax
dropped n point, to 10f . Louisiana 4s sold
at IKjJi. Kallroad bonds wcrei irrogular.
Kansas tt Touts issues wcro again
raided, consols docliuing to IOC, do.
Gs to C2 and Ok to 72. Tho last
nriued luiva slnco rnlllod to 7.1. Fort Worth
Ists roso M, to 7UJf: Houston A. Toxns MbU.
to 10'J, and Jersoy Central Cs X, to 101: Nickul
Plato 4s declined H, to 86. Erio 2ds , to
!)7i; Texas raollla fiicomos V,4, to 48, uud
do. liios 1, to CI!.
Governments contiuuo weak nnd aro
(liiotcd at 107 a 107i for 4Kb at 121JX a 12i,lf
tor reg. nnd 12 i?f a 12V for coupon 4s. Hales
of VIS, 000 4)(b weru mado ut 107 a 107 and
t5,000 coupon 4u at 123.
Call loans wcro ipiototl at i n TM per ocnt.
and funds were in fair supply nt these rates.
LONDON FIN1NCIAI, NKWH.
Amorican rnllway securities' worn weakor in
London to-day, prices declining ( to 1 cr
i out. At thu closo Now York Contrnl roso Ji
to ll'M, but tho remainder of thn list con.
tinned weak. Discounts wero quoted nt II n
'iyH pur ci nt. for short and throe months
bills. In I'm is the 3 pur cout. rentes duullned
to tilt. COc.
OPn. J7iiA, J,.
Canada Routhdrn fi(H( riC.W IUV
Canadian I'aclflo M'A MX t JW
Contra! I'aolllo lll'J ,lij 'MK
Utile.. Ilur. A eiudicr 1JH lX l'-HH
ClilcagiiANnrtliFMt, 10S, lulu loT,
tJlili'., Mil. 4Ht. I'aul 1(1K m", Ut
t liloiit", Mil, AHt. i'riil pM .... HO IUI4 113m
Ohio., Itook li. A l'aelna.. ll.lk 1UH 111
Uul. Ajlicklnallial all); 110. 'JHM
Unlmnlillial A Irm 17 117 UllQ
DkI., Lack. A Wi.ntorn l;tl'j 1SUU iM
DulawaroA iludnm 10J, 1UJ. loj'l
llpnter A Uliillrandiild .,, fpt 6i)i 61W
K. lenn., Va. Alla.liitlifd (H (9U (Ilk
I., 'lanli,, Va. lli.rgl.Jd Jifd VI tit ij'i
Iuil., Ill Mini. A Wnntoru 11 14 It
l.milTlll A WaallTlllo . ,. . 12 ! lli nil
Uko Mloru ,. VI, 111 UIU
l.ikohrle A Wiatiru . 15 15 15
l.iki. Krl A Woniorn via t" 41 nu
MauhatUnCiiniul HI'.' H7,' U5U
Mklilran Oonlral 87j (I7H 801
Mil., I.. H. A Wnaturn, Hll 80
Mluuvali.lia At. I ula UUD
Mlamiurl I'aolllo ,, 8UV IW1, US'.
Mlaaiinrl, KanaaaA Toiaa IS IS 17U
Naw Jrraix Unntral 71V lilt 74U
JWw Yntk Oontral 10SU KM5! IOH1J
N. Y. A Ni-w Knalaii I Jlli .111): .Hli
N. Y l.akiil rtn A Wnstrn Jll'; 'J lJ iv
N. Y., Suan, A Woat. pfd UV 30hj WlJ
Nurl ilk A U'ualxru ild 41V 41. 4IM
(iitlii.ru I'arlllo 'jji. vji. -jj 7
Nurllnrii I'ailllo iM 411V 41)'. 4(1'.
Ilnl sum K,i7 Ifii: inij
llriK Hallway A Naviiiatlun . HTi 875 87M
llrrffiiii'lrntiiountlnontal '.0)4 'JO14 'i0k.
I'arTlla Mall ... ., OKtt 1W". 1W
I'tillidelplila A HvaillnK ISU M'i (17 U
l'lilladuliilila llaa ni 1IIU Ulli
Tai lla. lleratur A Frana 20 21) ao
Pullman Palaun Car Uo 141la llH. 41.
Oulckalltor . . 1UU 1U 1U
Uuli liallTi-r pfil . , J4 111 84
lllcll.A WiatlNiInt Tar 'Jl", jr,Tg Ml,
HI I'aul A Omaha IIJi? y 117 .mi!
HI 1',, Minn. A Manitoba 1011 'J lOiHi lOllii
Tm I'aoitto, avij nr, uih
T.nn, llml A hull i0 JD 2S'a
Unlun laclo 57', f! M'i
Waluuli, M. lamia A I'arlflo . .. lf.s2 10'J In'
Watiaah, Ht. I Ilia A I'aolllo lifd Ill SI 801
Waitaru Unlin Irliiuraliti 78 78'i 77U
WbeollusALakoKrle.: 44; is)! il
Tlpa I'roin tlio World's Ticker.
During the llr.n hour It lieciunu dull and lnactlvo
but rtcuerod uad bicatuo (inner towards noon.
Conslderulile Intinst nns manifested 011 tho
street with rcirard to the mooting lu l'lilladeliihla
to-dtiy of the Iteuding truateis.
It wai given out thn morning that Mr. John II.
Iiiinun will take tho l'rcaldenoy uf the Itlohuiond
Terminal Coiniiany and that Mr. Flower la not a
'lhcro were rumors on tho Btreet that Manhattnn
had bum aold luaMly on t 0 report that Itiucom
piny would pisa Its dlndcnd next week, 'iho
uillciala ) cru silent on the subject.
New York .llnrUrta.
Wiikat. The market for wheat, oats anil corn
opciud ut about lint mght'a cloaluz llgurir. A
snarp dcelluu followed, but tho ononlug iniotatlotis
ncro reiuured. upenlng. Wnnat Mi, tuir;
Jan.. hJi; Keb., M; Slareh, VI. (.'iini Jan.!
01',; Fele.i'lV; May,5j. Oata-Jun.37; May. tin.
Cotton. iiie cotton nmrket was uoine, and
0ciiedat4oiutsalioelaatnlKht'8 closo, as fol
lows: Jan., 1U.47; Feb.. 1U.M; March, 10.63.
Cokfek. Tho eoffeu market opened so points
lie low lust tiiKht's closing uuotatloua ou account of
heavy acllliu orders, at ninth UguriB the market
beeame' batelr steady. Opeuluir: Jan.. 14.15:
teb., 11.50, March, 14.45; April, 14.40; Mar,
14.40; June, 14.S5; July, 14. W; Aug., 1B.85; Sept.,
18.55; Oct., is. Ml: No., 18.K5; Deo., 14.li '
I'kTitOLi.i'u '1 lie market for l"ipo Lino Cortlfl
rales was dull and fiaturclcss to-day. 'ihe market
oprutd at 7ti)J nud durlug theilaylt nuctuateit onlv
Mlthln fractional limits, 'lno news from the oil
Hilda w is 1101 Important.
Livk Htoci. Iho recent soper cent, reduction
Initio stuck uud frcah meat frolKtu rates from
Cnlcuiio and other far We-dorn poluta
Iiuj operated to glut this market
w Itli both cattlo and dreaiod beef, and
to-lay's tattle trade hub uncommonly dull lit 11
rtdiiittoiinf HitovucfntBpir 100 lb. lliewelirht.
and not more than two-thirds ot tho frcah offering
(,,i head) clunued hanil. 'Iranaaotlona In
ouuleil common to prime mtlie atcera. ut JA60 a
$5.10 per 100 lu. ; extra and fancy do.
ut $5.S5 a fA&l; kood Tcxnns at H.cs
a JJ.75, and uood Colorado atn-ra
ut JS N) a $1.W). Bheep and lamln were nbout
stcadr, Hlth4,io0 olftrid, and selllug at 3.wi a
$5.85pir HXIlb , ami Mints al $A a to. 75. Hobs
wero quiet at JA to Ji).fl5 per 1U0, with moat or tho
6,000 ircsu arrlials couaigned direct to slauuh
tercrs. a a
llraoklyn Nona nt a dinner.
Tho annual fair In aid ot the llrooklyn
Homoeopathic Hn.pltal will upon this ufternoou lu
tue Academy of MuMc,
At tho Palace" Kink, Clermont aienue to-nlsht
a gamo of polo will be plaj 1 d nv the llrooklyn aud
hew York trains of the International l'olo League.
The papers In Ihe caie of John J. Delaney, the
rami who mado a ion tension that be polaoned
Mary J. Cox, wcro preaeutcd to tho Uraud Jury
lleujamln r. Mulligan, age twenty-one years
yM nrreateil laat niirnt on a warrant, which
chargoa I1I1.1 with stealing $15 In tnouiy whilo
la thu employ ot oao Uainuel II. MUla, as a can.
The writ of habeas corpus compelling the an
tnorltiea of tho Flatbnib Insane Asylum to pro
duce John Bliunn was dlsnilsaod lu the Supreme
Court this morning. Tho case will como un later
In the week In tho City Court.
Miurp Hlradlly Iruirolag.
Jacob Sharp is still confined to his bouio la West
Twentv.thlrd atreot, but la reported as gaining In
health. Tho rumor that he was dead, which
spread last evenlnir, was without tho allghteat
foundation, Mr. Hharp having ateaUlly gained aluoo
lus release from Ludlow btreut Jail.
BAUBAOE, BUT NO DEER.
Annrchlat Moat Without Iraportnnt Aid to
the Production nfl'lrrr Art Idea.
Tho Tombs ineiingirln continties todtnw
with 1111 uiMimiuishcd si t of nth notions.
l'lio three lnunlerors, Driscoll, Lyons and
llclch, haio been brought into subjection,
aud no attempts at oscnpu uro reportod up to
"tho hour of going to press.
Tho only curiosity that gives the Warden
any trouble at feeding timo is Johnnn Most.
Tho enged Anarchist finds fault with vnriouH
things. Itul-liot articlis for tho VrriUrit aro
daily i xpu tid from him nud hu has had dilli.
cully in supplying tho demand.
l'ntil yosunhiy lin Mas in a nil mi tho
wchtsldiiof thn pilson win ni tho Hiin shiiini
(inly ubout tw hourHiulny. lie told Warden
Walsh ho iwiiitid to do much moro writing
than Mas possible under theso circumstances,
so ho wns given a light coll ou thn upper tier.
HUH Most was not content, l'or tho pro
dtictlon of such nrtialo as readers of the
Frrthrtl arn aeoustoincd to expect from Most
a libornl supply of xnusages add beer is indis.
punsablo. I.xccpt under tyrannous restraint
thn Anarchist chief never ntti mpted to write
without thi'sn important accessories.
During Hie ten ihiys ho bus passu 1 in thu
Tombs sitico his eoiiviction Most has lived
on tho prison faro, nnd each day his articles
have become less nud IcfiR fiery until tbey
bin n lost all smnblnnco of his old stylo.
'this morning Most told two of his col
leagues ou tho Frrihril that hu was in a sink,
iug condition and would liko to havo somo
beer and sail sages, and tho matter wan laid
boforo thn Warden ns a positiiuact of chanty.
Mr. Walsh met tho applicants hnlf way.
Ho snld that under certain n strlctions ho
would piriuit BiiuftAgf H to hu brought in, but
that llerr Most could havu no beer in tho
prison while ho was Warden.
When tho nows was broken to Most ho said
thu sausages would bo no good without tho
liner, and that ho would try to gut along on
thu regular prison faro.
Mr. Howo lias fully prnpared his points for
argument boftiro Judge ('owing to-morrow,
and fools very confident that lie will get n
nuw trial fur Most.
Afraid Jnnei Will Itun Aivny.
Litlmtr i:. Jones, tho young lliiincler who wns
Indicted for ferneries uggrcgatlng several hundred
thousand dollars pleaded not guilty boforo Heeordor
Hmyth thla morning. lie was out on $ 000 ball, but
tho complainant Edward II. Luddlugton, stated
that ho was fearful that Jo ca wni preparing to
run away. After consulting with Dlitrlct-Attnrney
Marline, ltcconlcr Hmyth announced that no would
require tiB.oon ball. Joins will probably have to
l end some time lu the Tombs in default of the re
uul red surety. Ills lawyer say that $5,000 was all
ho could procure, hla friends having all deaerted
Ynelituinrn tn Learn Navigation.
Arrangements havo boe'n completed by tho Sca
wanhaka Corinthian Yucht Club for the class In
nivlgatlmi under the direction of Capt. Howard
Patterson as Instructor. Tho course will be so
comprehensive us to enable tho members to ohtilti
thu hlirhiat certldiat" of competency ulvcn by
Capt. Puttirsnti, '1 he cltiss will begin work 11a soon
asiwinty tueinliirs haiu slgulflid tnelr Intention
of Jnliilutr. 'Ino-tlilrds of that number havo
ainady entered tuilr uutnts. Instruction will bo
In nun on l)u(. 13.
Ono Ilottlo Wurrnntcd to Curo any
Cough or Cold, or Your
Monoy Is Hctiirned.
A PLEASANT, SWIFT AMD SURE CURE FOR
t'oiTiuiN), coins, wnnopmn couoim, painh
INOIII ST, I'l.t'llltlHY. Kll'l UJUMYOl'llItKAIII
1N(1, llltllMIIIIIlH ANI AM. 1NKI.AMMATOKY
DINLASKH Ol' lllh PULMUNAIIY OKOAIiti.
If taken aaannnaajmu fol that Irritation or dryness of
thn throat, uuoaaluued by a ould, four to ttx duaua wilt
UNf.IKIC tha malnrlty of Oousli Prfparatlnna, our
HapeotirautWIM.NDTOUItr ( onriimition7
Am trial if thla TIIUI.Y WONDhlth UI, mrdlelna
CIIMIH NurillMI, and aU5 oaaoa out of vnrr 100
Wll.l, IIICOUUICI1, It la well mirth tbawhllauf aU auf
ferura fnim I'nlin inary troubln to
AT LKAHf MAKll rillC TIltAL.
Prlca por buttle, oi ntalntnir a half pint (tuough to cum
eight plxjplo If takun 111 time),
INSIST ON HAYLNS
AND YOU ARE POSITIVELY SURE OF CURE.
Tin not allow any (inn to persuade ynu ntliemlse. Bold
by alini'Ht all doalera tliroualiout tlio United Htatea.
If ANY driiifulat refuaoa to aunply rim, y m can Tilt
HlIHKi f KuttGiii vitiatyimaak fir at tlio 11IIY.IIUMU8
llOUhl.b and (rhNliUALblOlll.S, (,r direct 1 llOM
D11UGGI8TS AND MANUFAOIUniNO OIIEMISTS,
KS1 AllI.IHIIKl) istll,
Al'llSJinil AK , NMV YOltK.
Mb n.liltut. n Ktnx t and
CO, C7 ami till Clarka.111 Mtrixit, N, Y,
Descriptive Catalogue and Price-List
MfttlM fnon applloAtlon,
IL- - NaY.
WILL OFFKlt ON WUUNESUAY, DKO. 7.
' 65 Pieces of
iu all tho latest ovoninjr and
stroot similes, at
85g. per yard.
T11E8K BILKH WEItK TO HAVE MKEN IlKLIV.
KUKIl TO US OCT. IS. TO 1(K UKTAILKI) O.VUUIl
couNrmw at si.so i-kii yaudi iiut. Aimiv.
O TOO LATK AND UrON OUIl HKFUSAL, TO
ACOl.PT INVOICE AT ALL, TUB MA.NUFAC
TUllBn IK LYONS CABLED US ON DEO. 3
TO DISPOSE OF THEVl AT A PKICE WHIOH WILL
MfcT lilM-NOT US-A 11ANDSOUK LOSS.
NO SIMILAH HAROAIlf HAS KVKH DEEM OF.
FEUKD 1IY ANY IIOUSB IN TU1U CITY.
Sixth Ave. and 20th St.
Ono Lot of Natural & Silver Handles ; 1 $ 7K
FOllMFAl l'llICE, $2.75. J ijlll I U
Ono Lot 26-inch Silver Handles ; ?0 00
FOllMER ritlGE, $3,50, J (irXltJU
One Lot 26-inch Natural Handles ;) (M m
FOlMEll 1'JtICF, $:t.75, J (P&auu
Ono Lot 26-inch Natural Handles; $0 R(l
FOltMElt rillCE, $5,60, J tPUHUU
One Lot 26-inch Silver Handles ; 1 $0 7K
FO It 31 Ell Fit ICE, $5.00, j tUl I J
One Lot 26-inch Silver Handles ; ) QR R(l
FOllMEK FJtlCE, $8.75, J llJUBWU
All tho above aro from tho most celebrated makers,
and will bo found the best values over ottered.
to tho above, an unusually largo and choice assortments
of umbrellas ior gentlemen,
with Natural, Silver, Gold and Ivory Mountings, and
choice collection of Canes.
32 TO 36 WEST 23D STREET
23 TO 35 WEST 22D STREET.
NEW YORK, 5G and 58 West 14th Btreet ;
BROOKLYN, 2(59 and 271 Fulton Street:
PARIS, 20 Rue d'Enghien ;
To-ftflorrow and Every Day Thereafter,
GREAT REDUCTION SALE
TRIMMED HATS k BONNETS.
SIO.OO, SI 2.00, S15.00, SI COO, SI 8.00 and $25.00
HATS AND BONNETS SOLD AT
S5.00, S7.00, SD.OO, $10.00.
Thcso Goods are of tho very host quality and constitute
REMINGTON STAMMBD TYPEWRITER.
Wo claim for onr machine the follovrln. point! of Bupetlorltri EASE OF MANIPULATION DniLAnn.ITT
and 81'KhlJ-the Msenllal nuaUtlea In a writing machine. n uiuil, UUIUUIUU
It. ease of manipulation la unqaoatloneil. To teit Its durability reuulroa many yeara of actual naa llnl II.
SUr'KUIOllbl'Khlloanbeilenionitraleillnaf.wmomenta. J 7emr,w M,uu UM- aim m
WK011A1.LKM11C ALLOTHKU WUITINH MAUIIlNIiS toaapeed teat. a follow!:
Till! UailMIlKTO UK SKLhOTItU 11V OUR COMPKTITOIU.
DIU'OSIT. haoh competitor to deposit with the umpire a certified cheok, payable to hla order for 81.000
COMI'MIMl MACHINES to write capitals and amall lettora. ' '
thUchVlie'u S0,ur M"oh ' 188(J Th" ,Ml to uke I,1C8 not oarlitr than one month after the flrat aoceptanoe of
PI.AOK. NEW YORK CITY, IN ROMR CONVKNIKNT HALL TO HE SKLEOTItn nr nttn nnu
PB1IIOKH ANUTO UK PAID A)ll I1Y OUHHKLVI'N. """ lu "n ol.BOiau 11V OUH COM
NUMIIKH OF OI'tllA rOHS. Etch oonuietine machine to he rapreaonted by three oporatora with an In.tni.
ment foreaoh The .groaoto time ol each tuaui tote consulered in makinir the awarST P'"OT wun ""tni.
MATTKll TO UK WIIITTEJI. The i Declaration of Inaop.ndonco. Thla may be committed to memory or.
written frotn dictation. If dictated each operator may aelott hla or bar own reader. " """"""""" ' imiauu or.
THIALS. Farh operator to hare tho prirllf tv of tlireo trlala.
x2ft&&Eftffih t&zzrWtMr """" ,h8 " " th -tat..-. Th. ui.
WYGKDFF, SEAMflHS 8 BEHEDICT, 339 Broadway, Hew York.
DIYOUOE LVWS A PAUCa
Uev. Mr. Wesley, ofLotTell, Aaionlslic. Borne
of Ilia l'YUow C'lf r men.
ItrLCIiL TO TUK wonLn.l
Lowell, Mnss., Doo. 7. ltov. Ernest Q.
Wesley, pitstor of the Mount Vornou Stroet
rrco-Will lluiitist Ohurcli.nt Low oil, is looked
upon ns ono of Massachusetts' brightest
anil most fiicructio elorpyimui. His ios
ou tho question of ilivoreo havo nttraited
moro thnn orilinary nttcntion. Mr. AVtsloy
snul to.iluy to it Would reporter tlmt ho cn
tertnlueil tho ios of tho Cnthollo Church
ou the bulijoct of dnorco.
Ho thought tho ilivoreo lnws of Mftssnehu
setts wero a farce, nnil Rniil thn increase iu
tho number of illvorceH for frivolous reiibons
should attract tho attention of all interested
iu the prosperity of tho Ktnto. Under tho
law at present a woman may leave her bus
baud, rofuse to receivo support from
him for n number of years and then
proouro a diorco on tho ipouiul
of ihsortion nnd non-Rupport. Ho
did not wish to pnrticularizo, but ho know of
a woman promiuont in one of tho local
churches who had two husbands still
Hung, and know also of hoveral promi.
nent laymen who had two whes
llvuiB. In Now York, Pcnnsylynnla and Now
Jersey, tho clergymen havo to take their
risks in imirrjfnc people under ngo. In
Massachusetts thoy are protected l,v tho
certificates issued from tho City Clerk's
la tho Cathollo Church tho publication of
tho banns u'ivn notice to all tho conuresa
tion that tho porHons published nro nbout to
marry, an.l objection can bo mado at the
Mr. Wosloy Bald ho was caroful to ascortaln
if tho partita who hod ooino to hhn had tho
rifiht to bo married, but lio was docoivod
spmetimtK. Ho wos rjoiue to brini;
thiB iuestiou of dhorco tho Low:
oil Minister's Union at tho next
moetini'. llosaid l.o supposed it would bo
opposed by men who think moro of 5 or
lyll) than thoy do of tho sacred ceremony
which every man aud womon should do all
in their power to respect.
Ovrrrrowillnir mi a Green Car.
Krncat Banner, tho thlrtoen-jear-old son ot Mrs.
J. I"rtu ALkcr, Jr., of 05 Trlrd avenue, was
Knocked mmcloss, cut ami bruUoj ubout the
face and Remraliy UamaKcd ou Monday after
noon, as the reault of the overcrowd
ing of a green car of tlio Houston and Fortj-aeeoud
sireet ferries Hue. Tho lad was on a car which
was packed, and thoro wore a dozen people ou the
platform. When ho tried 10 aliuht at
HroadiTiT nnd 1 wenty-scventh stroet he was
pushed oir and dragged aouio distance. Ho fell on
Ida head, and was stunned. Ills mother Is seeking
tho Identlilcallon of the conductor who permitted
hla car to become 10 crowded.
Dftiiiirrutn 10 Kut and Slake Merry.
nie Tammany Ilali General Comtnltleo of tho
Twenty.thlrd Assombly Dlatrlct will have lis an.
nual dinner to-ntjht at Harlem Temple, One Hun
dred and Twcutj.llftn street. Carriages' have been
ordered for jl u, to-morrow.
Tue Harlem Democratic Clnb will have a ban
quet Thursday, Dec. w. Among thoso who have
wrltt nthatihor will posltltoiy be pnsent aro
Got. Hill, United Wales Senators Gorman, of
Maryland; Vance, of North Carolina, and Con
eretainen Curainlnirs, llryce. Cox, Cookran. Camp
Cell, Bplnola and Merrlman.
Complaining About Sir.. Kins,
A few weeks ago Mrs. Kins, proprietress of an
employment agency at SIO Hixth avenne, was ar
raigned beforo Mayor Hewitt on a charge of do
fraudlus poor peoplo who sought her bureau for
employment, lo-day aovoral moro oomplainta
wero lodged against her. Bho la to be called to
In order to close out EVERY Garment In our Estab J
lishment before Jan. 1, we have reduced prices to a point f
never beforo reached. The goods we now offer are from
our " Reserve Stock," and are FIRST CLASS in every
particular and not damaged.
Our store is rented to HENRY NEWMAN & CO. Wo
positively retire from business and MUST SELL NOW.
This is the
Mon's Ovorcoats, worth $10.00 to $18.00, at $2.40
Men's Suits, worth S9.00 to $13.00, at 3.70
Men's Pants, worth $4.00 to $7.00, at 1.12
Boys' Suits, worth $3.00 to $10.00, at 2.29 '
Children's Suits, worth $2.50 to $9.00, at 1.70
Remember, this is a bona-fide CL0SING-0UT SALE.
EVERYTHING MUST GO I
oim:n until to.ao p. m. Saturday.
OH! 1 Mj? fP
i2ra esq c y MF a
Retiring Retail Clothiers,
628 and 630 Broadway, bet, Bleecker and Houston Sts.
CAUSES TUB KXTItAOUDINAHY DEMAND FOB
EAST If YORK,
26TH WAI BEOOKLYN ?
STOP I THINK I CONSIDER 1 1 THE SOLUTION IS
PLAIN ANU SIMPLE.
GMT HEAL ESTATE BOOM
1 undoubtedly In the 20lU Ward.
AND HEGEIAN FARMS
AllE IN THE LINE OP IMPROVEMENTS,
Liberty Avenue la bclna pavod with Uranlle
Howeraao will lollinv inmsdlntGly.
NOW NEAR COMPLETION WILL IIRINO YOU
WITHIN TWENTY MINUTES OF THE
FULTON, SOUTH, WALL STREET AND WILL
LIAMSUURQ FKKRIE1. RAPID TRANSIT HAS
DOUULED AND QUADRUPLED VALUES IN
HARLEM. IT WILL REPEAT ITSELF IN THE
iiOTII WARD OF 11UOOKLVN.
HOW IS THE TIE TO BUT,
WHI'N LOTS ON THE RAPELJE AND HEOEMAN
FARMS CAN HE HAD FROM HlUSr HANDS. AND
AT PRESENT PRICES WILL PAY IN ONE YEAR
10 Tiaius nionii than havings hankh.
These nre aollil fnrls. I.rt no ono liealiato or
clelnr. vor niraln will Iota bo void ao low.
BE WISE IN TIME.
ALL TITLES ARE GUARANTEED BY
"TIIJI T1TJ.IS GUARANTEE ot TUUHT CO."
LOTS ARE NOW SOLD FOR
$150 AND UPWARD,
PAYABLE $10 MONTHLY.
10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH.
Any one can own a lot who will.
My niients arc on the urounils every nfter
noou to allow the Property. For maps nnd nil
PRnlculnra miply Co JEUI. JOHNSON, Jr.,
(10 Liberty at., New York, or 3U3 1'ulton at.,
"iWSmS: ALL MENwhonroDsbii-
ri(!irrHXlmS, "tJl tl.ri.rl...iir.tin.. ercinr.
OT .V Sil, IlKUUKJJlht TO tlllk.r
BBgarJJEN 8NtY ffVliifN.a .,. h,tbl,. inpr.1,4
jl. 1. fjajkyal Had. lor tl.lt )rlRoi.'4M,lll,.
aC.all.aoar.jlIlJ.rlMlklair.rrral.lI'lri IRUltl Ibrourhill.
it. k fart. r.itriQa Ui.m to Xla<h aud Vlirorous Btrenffth
ElMUlaCurraat frltleilaally or wttorrrlia,iM 1 ..a iihTImi
IaBr,.n..l. over all olb.r rlrlll. V orit ..mi I almiaTLK
I LUiniaThrwill..lh Bt.ll rat.pbl.taopot.tanp ASilrM
IHa 8ABI ElKiaiD CO., UZ2 85A3WAI, fllW V OIL
A IIAJiV 1)1)1,1, R for tha patnleaa ntraoUon of
iV tMthwithpertjotlr purs freah UAH. Withont xaa,
iViw. Bl"at .K 'U nlllriKs moat baauuf oily nnlahed frnm
JJ1.M np. Plaatlo flillnga from 6O0. up. Uaautlfully
flnl.lied wta 3,a, ltf, tha -117 Ixiat from 10 up.
lIANKfJ i00.. pantlataof Kan oiparlonoo, auocaaa
ortolf.r7Dantlpo.,'3 0thaTS., WdrtraElrUtlj
M., opp, Ua.ff, Kfalna to 0, ouaiiis to fT
B. I COWPERTHWAIT & CO.,
PA Iff. OR SUITS from 820 to 8300. Lonnaaa
and Ioaoge Ilfdi from Slj Sofas and bofa Bsdt front
8IO1 aay cbalra Irora RO.
UIIA.IIIIEH SUITN, in Mahogany, AntlqnaOak,
Walnut, Aan. Cherry, Jo , 8tU to 9300.
1'IIJIt GLASSES from S7 Pat.nt Rookara front
gl( Ladles' Deslta from 87.30 1 Man 11 Olaaaeafrom
bill Ooncnea from 8IO1 Wardroboa, 87 to 870 1
Ohlffonlors, SO to M).
FOI.IMNG-IIEDH, ireatTarlaty. 812 to 8100.
HEDSTEADS, 8Uto87ai Dureaua. 83 to 8SO.
SIDIUIOAUDS, 810to8S00 Leather Ohalra.
83.liO to 8ifd Cane Chalra from OO cental Hall
Stands. 83 to SI 25.
DHSliS AM) OFFICII FUHNITUItn, Bx
rotary. Library and llookcaaea. Ofllce Chalra from
aiATTUttsSEsfromS1..10t Spring Bods. 81 to
815; Feather lleds. l'Ulowa and Uolaters, ComforU
ableaand Blanketa. MTOVES AND UANUKHfroa
fllOQUETTE IIODV IIUUSSELS, Velret, WU-
ton. Tapestry, Ingrain, Hemp and Llat Oarpeta, OU
Cloths, Linoleum. Ruga ani Mats. Ooooa and China
Mattings. Window hhadea from 81 per pair) Olooks
and Brontes from 81.50: Lampafrom81 Laos Our.
tains from SI. 00. CKOCHIillV.
Paintings In oil or water oolora. Engravings, Eton
Inga, Ac, from 81.60. Oooda aent avarywhara.. Nasi
prloe llat mailed.
103, 103, 137, 150, 101, 103, 105.
103, 103, 1117, 100, 201, 203, 205
PARK ROW, Now York,
BETWEEN CITY HALL AND CHATHAM SQUAllB.
Cnah or Credit. Close nuynra Invited.
THE COLLINS IMPROVED
EUREKA INK ERADIGATOR,
ty For Instantly remor
. '$ J: '"Bink and other Btalni
m,MmM0- from bookg, paper,
yTWfWjjt EUREKA I w clothing, 4o. without
Jrlttia m niatj. containi na '
kcUHCKAi iMJr poisonous acids ana
(D filfferQ ." l'ocs not deteriorate,
- -Jz?Sr!t?Z Sold by all statlonert
- '"f and drugglsta. Liberal
.. : Sf discount to the trade.
Wrlto lor circulars.
Collins Mfg. & Chemical Co.,
27 UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK.
1'IHCI' 50 CTS. PEIt BOX.
Velocipedes, Spring; and HoLby Horses, Doll Carriages.
Slclfc'ha, Wagons, Desks, &e.
CrandalFs, 569 Third ave.
HIESKKIND & 00.
(All Bine Signs),
300 AM) 308 HKOADWAY,
COR. WALKER ST., NEW TOOK.
Open Satnrday nighta until 9 o'clock. H
WAIEuS PIANOS. I
Upright b flivaoUUjr. The best and most durable mk&u i H
Warranted bU yean. Prices low (or ctuh, or onlniUaU t H
menU ouly $1U par month. Alto a Urge lot of na H
pecond-hand nianuH at Rruat bargnna and un eaajr tnat H
WARritOOMa. lai STU AVE., NBAIl lBTU ST.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS 1
IN I'HKNITUUE, CAUl'HTH AND DIJDDINO. I
LUDWIG BAUMAHN & 00., , I
NOS. 012 AND 614 8TIt AVB., DET WEEM ' I
35TII AND 3UT1I HTM.
PIANOS ANI) ORGANS. .
Thoso famous instrnmenta oontaln patented Improve I
menu not found in other pianoa. and which maaa then,
taiwrlor in tune aud durability to any other make. Ua
font deciding what piano tu buy. call at No. fi Kaat Four
tentli street and see and hoax tliem The prloaa art loaf
for oaah or on amall monthly payments. . '
A NyMHItHOPORAND. nprlght and aquara piaaoai
iV ,o'our make, allghtly uaed.ajmoet as good aa new.
and fully warranted, will be sold at a ltneral redoetua
f rnm rogular prlcea i.planoa to rent. Wm. ICnib A Co..
Hi Mb are., abora lOlll at.
AROAINH IN lUANOS at Llndeman A Son's wara
rooma, ItOdth are., near lth at. a Urge aaaort;
ment of new and allghtly naed pianoa of our owa aaa
other makea at rsry aluacur. prloaa.
rplIK "OPKRA'-l'IANO, the moat popoUr andTji"
X tlneat In tha market, only $10 monthly until paldl
one nuartera moaia leaaona treat rant only 95i nnd fat
caulngna. l'eek A Bon. alB Weat i7tn st.TcoraarM'ira.
UNOU ATIIAItajUI9Weber. (lVUi Bloddtlij"
Hiiikifflfii&i'toft $Ut&r.i2t Vj!f 'SaL&l I sijB