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fr , X THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1887: I If
1 ,t, WHEN YOU READ j
I f CLOTHING ADVERTISEMENTS -
i LONDON & LIVERPOOL I .
B AND BEMEMBEK THAT "
I TO-MORROW, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, i
I THE LONDON & LIVERPOOL j
' WILL INAUGURATE
The Greatest Slaughter Sale of .
K , ' in-1
I SILK AND SATIN-LINED OVERCOATS 1
THAT HAS EVER TAKEN PLACE. 3
HL $500 REWARD will be given if we cannot produce exactly what we advertise " a
I LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING COMPANY,
86 AND 88 BOWERY, COR. HESTER ST. Jf
Hl 03PE33XT XJnXT-TiXj, XO I. 3VE- .
p BOSTON EE-ELECTED MAIOR O'BEIEN.
B't J Netable Bf nnlclpal Conceit In Whleh Some
Bk- Demoerntlo Chieftain War Slain.
Hi Boaros, Deo. 14. The Mayoralty campaign
E' ended yesterday ritb another bard-earned
K "rlctory for the Democraoy and tho triumph-
K Bat re-election of Mayor O'Brien, who ro-
Hp eeWed M.MO votes, rlth Banker Hart at tho
H' bead of 26,101. Mayor O'Brion's plurality
HH&i was 1,539. Tho total Tote vra 81,741 for both
H candidates. Hugh . Brady, Demoorat. was
kI eleeted Street Commissioner. The Bennbll-
HfHr' , cans Trill havo eicht straight-out Republicans
Bi in the Aldermanlo Board, thereby regaining
H$ the control of the organisation of the Board.
KEk, ' The Republicans eleeted are Jesse M. Goto,
kMJfjjf 'the original Blaine man. In tho First,
nH& and Homer Roger, over John H. Lee, in
the Eleventh. Two out-and-out Democrats
KK? trere elected John A. McLaughlin in the
K Third or North End district, and William D.
lKv Carroll in the Sixth. Two Independent
V iDemooratsflll the quota of the Board Law-
1 Iyer Philip J. Doherty in the Second or
f Charleston Dlstriot, and John 0. Short, the
uj- I labor leader, in the Ninth. The Common
R I Council elected trill stand 8A Democrats, 7
Hu .Independent Demoorats, inoludins three
u from Ward 8, as was the case last year, and
$' 139 Republicans. Tho majority for license
BK vu 6,483.
Bf IVES'S ABBEST A BUEPEISB.
K iVtstrteUAttorner Martina Dirt Not Know
Lajam That It Waa to Take Place.
HPvX. ' No ons wis more sarprUeil than Dlsmot-Attor-EV
xW Sty Martins and Us assistant, Vernon M. Davis,
v X jP I si tat announcement or the arrest yesterdsj ol
S, rff 'Henrys. Ires for the alleged larosny of a Slto.ooo
v flr I cheek ot tbe Ulnolnnatl.UsmUtonaad Dajton IUU-
jflHB; j road Company.
HV President Dexter, of the Cindnnstt, nsmllton
H& and Dajtoo IUllrotd, wis afraid that Ires might
KBv ts luia at the minors ot his probable indlcu
aHtP- mentbj the OrandJary and take ssfety in night,
af-faWk and so yesterday's proceedings were precipitated
TaT&WaTsmtt 25 tDS return of the unsuccessful financier trom a
BaBaBaBBTK' Western tour.
V; ' eM whleh Is before the DlsWet-AttornsT Is
tl'i; entirely stssrste and distinct from that on wriloh
"TK'bT Justice Ktforeth Issued his wsrrsut. It Is an alio.
TaTKVamU gallon ol the Illegal Issuance ot the securities ol
ElHi the Mineral Range iuuroad company, olMloM-
-f-f-ffafH,;-' i Itcs's pinner, George A. Btsyner, Is alleged to
SK (betaixednplnthU iflilr.
"-. Mr. SsTls sild thU morning thst he would en-
TaTaViaTV dearer to get tne case before the present Grand
-f-f-W-f-K Jcnr before the holldir recess.
K'i "It this Is all we hare to answer torJ'ssld
BBaBaBJPflBaBK; 4wjer Edgar U. Johnson, conniel for Young
-f-f-ffl-f-fE'H fTspoloon Ires, this morning. In referring to the
""faTEi ehsrg of lsroenr on whtoh his client wss arrested
-f-fKaf-Vh last night, '! muii say thst we hare perfeotlr
"TaTK . Puln sliug, and I would be willing to guarantee
TsTBaTaTsV the result for srerr small um."
K Will Nat Ueed the Cbrcnlar.
-HB;' J Jjoeal assemblies of tne Knights of Labor, whloa
--aHEl to good standing In the order, will not pay au
aH&Kf' teatlontothe circular ot the 'ProrUlonU Com.
BBfBBj,i I mlttee " calling on ihem to Join In the rerolt from
"TaTeTBTBbV' 'He order. The msloontenta who are stirring np
TaTMaaKv' the dlrlslon are deemed as soreheads dt the men
b-Hl- wbo abided by the role of the majority at the ilrn-
bbbV'1; Btspoll Oenersl Assembly.
hHhKI- Brooklyn News at a Glanoe.
BBVaK': Albert W. Harrow wss held to-dsy on a oharge
- of stalling from Wlllim Gray, a grooer, of tas
bBbHt yulton street, a hone and wagon ralued st Koa
bHbbv W. P. Daniels, of Sis Evergreen arenne, wis
bTHbK '-, arrested this morning, on a oharge of passing two
bTHHB ' ' worthless checka oa Adam Saner, ot l Krergreen
bbbV Alfred E. Borne, fifty years old. who had Dean
hTbhbK. " week, bat wis friendlsss and too poor to
BfafaHt' . esaploT a dootor. wu found dead In bed atua
bbIv' 9wsaug arenne wla morning.
BaalaW Itederlok Thompson, mate ot the steamer Lacy
bTbTbW' Stiller, now lying In the Brie Basin dry dock,
bVHRKv' CsoorBs two gold watches, s'olen from his osbln,
bbKtXt'? Wl Michael Barrett, of (1 Poplar street, laments
By wo orercosta tskeo from bis hit rack,
IA ." CUri X South, wfco pretended to be an excise
bVbbbV V AesL and Vhlllp X. DaUardTwbo pretended to
h"bb1i, bewcaoerof thoHsaMhBosrd.areincnstodron
PEMOimiZED TEEMONT TOUOB.
Surprise Expressed at the Sentences Im
posod on tbe Offenders.
Some surprise was expressed to-dsy at the light
sentences imposed by the Follce Commissioners on
the offlcers of the Tremont Precinct who were ac
cused of gross bresohes ot discipline.
That Sergt. Webb should be fined and trans
ferred to a prsclnot where he will bewatohed
closely wss not nnlooked for, but thst Itonndsman
Moynahan should be fined but be allowed to retain
his stripes wsa unexpected, Inasmuch ss Kouncla
men Sprsgue and Dennerleln wero reduced to tho
ranks, fined, and one of them was transferred.
Polloemsn arsnt wu fined and transferred, hla
only offense being that he entered a saloon to
which a restsursnt wss attached to aettle a bill,
ltonatisn was the oomplalnant In all tneie cases.
Daring ths trial ex-CspU Bobbins swore that be
asked to be retired rather than meet Webb and
Mojnahan because they were men, In his opinion,
who would "swesraway any man's life." Then
It was thst Commissioner Fits John rorter lost his
temper In coming to Mojnaban's relief, and sharply
ordered Bobbins to ' 'Shut op his mouth. "
It Is on reoord at Police Headquarters that
Mojnahan made eighteen ohargea analnat one
patrolman, nearly erory one of which was dis
missed. Cant, cortrlght, when sent toTremont
to sucoeed Bobbins, found a terrible state of de
moralisation, the former Captain having been held
In contempt and defied by his men, and Sergt.
Webb ana Roundsman Mojnahan running the
precinct to suit themielres.
It was also alleged that In the past roundsmen
and sergeants employed patrolmen In building and
repairing their homes, whenever Inspector Con
lln made a tour of the precinct the patrolmen
would send tbe word around, and something like
With Rergt. Webb transferred, end Sergts.
O'Connor and Martens In oaarge. Inspector Oonlln
pledges himself to restore discipline.
Will lteanmo Ilnslneaa Rood.
It la said that there Is no doubt thst the firm ot
D. De Castro A Co., the Bouth American commis
sion merohants who made an assignment jester.
dsy, will soon be able to resume business, and
that there was no thought of a permanent suspen
sion. There are actual assets valued at II, 000,000, so
the firm stste, with whiob to meet tho liabilities,
which do not exceed $300,000.
Fernando I'arraga, general partner of the as
signed firm of De uastro & Co.. made an individual
aaslznment to-day to Uenry W. Uarnea without
New York Market.
WniT. An attempt wss madslthls morning by
ths bulls to bolst the market by heavy bujlng, and
trom an opening at about jeaterdaj's clos og prlcei
wheat wai penned up to 8sM for Jan.; Keo., WW;
March, tltf, and Mar, SJjtf an advance of )i for
the latter during the forenoon. The market could
not be sustained, however, and at noon had reacted
to a fraction beiowopenlng prices, corn and oats
corrxi. Havre and Bio were both strong this
morning and the looal market opened Orm at au
advance ot ts a SO mtnts over last night's prices.
Jan. sold at 14.115; Feb., ie.03, and Mar. 15. SKI.
There wai some exoltrment at nrst.but the market
finally became unlet, but very strong at ike ad-anoe.
cotton. lmturea opened with a rush this morn
ing at an adrance of 4 points over last night's uloae,
Jan. selling at 10.00, Feb.. 10.es and Maroh at
10. ta. Knoouraglnc cable advices further
trengthenel the market during the forenoon, and
he market was advanced t points on the later de
liveries. Pitbolium. Pipe line certificates were dnll
and wltnout speolal speculative feature to-daj.
Prices wers kept at about jesierdav'a range, open
ing at 16V and fluctuating during the tnoinlng be
tween tbe limits of TT and TTK-
Lirx STOor. lleevea opened with a fa'r demand
at Mondj'a rollntf prices, but doted rsther weak,
with a downward look, bales Included poor o
prime native steers at H.40 a H.M per 1001b., ex
tra do. at 15. 40 a is. to, and 4 carloads of chrlsimat
cattle at Hat. Si Receipts, 1,WT. Kxports, 3
beeves and tto quarters of beef.
flueepand lambs were a trifle dull, and lambs
I off about Ha. per lb. before the finish, but
most of the a, mo freih offerings cbsnged hands.
Sheep went at Wc a oka per To,, lambs at 6Wc
a e;c, with 1 carlosd oi extra Stste lambs at To.
Hogs were uncninged vesterdsy at t& a M. eO per
loo lb., with lO.ftso fresh arrivals, including 1 car
loads 10 be cold alive.
X,ook at tbe Top of llae Paaa
and see what tbe London & Liverpool Clothing
Company la going to do for a long-suffering public
In tus war of an overcoat sals. Yon may bare
oonoluas d that yoa could not afford a new ooat this
winter, but this opportunity enablta yon Woo so,
WILLIB TOLD TliAT UE MUST DIE.
Testimony In the Trial of Mrs. Sarah J.
Robinson at Cambrldse,
irsCISL TO TBI WOSLD.J
OiimaiDos, Mais., Deo. It, The third day of
the great Homenlllo poisoning case opened this
morning muoh as the prerlons days have done.
Dr. White, who wsa the first wttness, told the
story of WIUlo'B sloknesv
On Wednesday, when Willie was very sick, bnt
perfectly conscious, he said that bo knew he waa
going to dlo. He lived until 8. SO the next morning.
A discussion among tho counsel as to the admlua
bllltyot certain statementa made by Wllllo when
he knew that he waa beyond recovery then took
place before witness was allowed to proceed, after
which lio continued.
Dr. Dnrell said to him; " Knowing that yon are
going to die"
More objections were made, and it was some
time before Dr. White was allowed to proceed.
11 Dr. Durell said In Wllllo's presence that he
didn't expect tho young msn could lire till morn
ing, Willie mado no response. He had not dis
played any anxiety until ibli day, and had cot ex
pressed any opinion that no had been poisoned up
to this Interview until Wednesday morning. I bad
ssld nothing of poison. The poison was discov
ered Tuesday noon.'"
DESPERATE JAMEB BHAEKET.
In the Tomba for Assaulting a Woman and
James Sharkey, a leading member ot the Cherry
IIUI gang, Is In the Tombs on three charges ot
The first wss mide by Emma White, whom be
beat last night in front ot T James street. The
seoond assault waa oommttted on Polloeman John
Orogan, when the latter tried to arrest him. lie
got clubbed at the time for thin one.
This morning he turned as he was being put into
the prlioneri' box In the Tombs Polios Court and
blackened Policeman John Mooney's eyes.
Four month ugo, Bharkey fired three shots at a
young woman In front of her homo in James street
because iho wouldn't flirt with him. Ills "pull"
Is said to hae enabled him to escape trial for this
A Locomotive Hmiub.es a Carriage,
tircout, TO nil wobld.1
MOCKT Kisco, Dec 14. Mr. and Mrs. Gere
Green, of Lake Matiopac, were driving through this
village jeitcrduy on their vi ay to Cross Itlver, when
they were struck by a train on the Harlem, of the
New York and New Haven ltallroad branch. The
train waa Imrk ng on a curve through a deep cut
and they did not notice It. The train atruck the
hind wheel of their wagon, throwing them both
out. Mra. Green may not live, baring a serious
scalp wound, a broken arm, and It Is thought In
ternal injuries. Her husband waa badly bruised.
They were taken to Katonah for treatment.
A Livery Nirlko Probable.
The ' Liberty Dawn Association," which la the
other name of the cabmen's and hostlers' local As
sembly of the Knlgnta ot Labor, has failed to make
termi regarding a reduotlon of hours and an In-
Mrniiit nf waiya with aAVAral ltVArvman anil nn1aa
the latter grant one or the other of the demands a
strike Is likely to occur In several large stablos by
A Great Display at Altnion'a.
Airman's dry-goods establishment on Sixth
arenne, near Eighteenth street, is a veritable mu
seum at the present time. Every sort of article
thst woman can desire or need and many that
ni u would gladly possess Is displayed on their
numberless counters In the rlohest prof ualon.
On rutins novelties are more varied and more
enticing this year thmi ever. The brlo-a-braa de
partment is sintering with sumptuous metal work,
beuntirul llenares hra-ia-a. exquisite brome pho
tojraph Iramea, the new wrinkle for acrcena,
piano lamps. In wrought brass and Iron,
with shades thickly covered with rosea
or narcissus, and toilet sets In silver, bev
elled mirrors In leather and bronxe,
brushes with handsome oxjdlzed itlver mountings,
lookers' articles and boats of other thngs In this
1 he pottery Is equally rich and varied, handsome
Dmillou dersert piatrs, some of them as high as IT
apiece, ami other plainer but viry tasty services
In Hoyal Woroeaier aud Crown Derby,
Fana of erery kind, hanktrchlefs, chalr-plllow
and glove eases filled with rose lesvea, plaques,
lorgnettes, leather portfolios, exquisite ribbons for
aaahes looking as U painted In the most beautiful
water colors, umbrellas, mufflers, canes, pongsa
One bottle Warranted to Cure
any Cough or Gold or your
money is returned,
Pleasant, Swift and Sure
If taken aa anon as yon f ealthat Irritation or dryness of
the throat oeeaatonsdbr ft oolaoNf to tx doaei will ewr,
Xa atrial of thla THULY tyONDKlUfUI, nudlolnj
COSTS NOTHING, and as S3 eaaaa ont oFavarr 100
WILLBH UUKUD, IT la wall worth the while of all inf.
ferext from Pulmonary tronblea to
AT UtaSTMAKKTlJB TRIAL. ,
Prloa pat bottlo. oontalnlnc a half pint (eooufh to car
sbjht people If taken In tlmej,
Insist on Having
Do not allow anj on to parsaada yon otharwlaa. Bold
by almost all daalars thronahent the United States,
DBOOaiBTS AND MANOTACTUltntQ
AT 868 8TH AVK,. NKW YORK.
B8J1 WANHINHTON ST.. end
M, 57 and OV ULAIlkBOrl BT H. Y,
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List
Mallad fra on application.
HIRSHKIND & CO.
' (AUI, DI.TJB H1QNH.)
nl0 AMD 309 BROADWAY,
Oct. Waller St., New York.,
Ol'KN SATURDAY NIOftTa UNTIL O O'CLOCK.
LUDWIG BAUMANN & CO.,
ItOS. 013. Bit 8TII AVE.,
T1RT. asTIt AND SSTII STS.
ORRAT HOLIDAY Hals now la progress
f FUUNlTUItK and OAlirBTri.
Tsrms OAMU or 0HBO1T on year own
OrBN BTBN1NOS UNTIL O O'CLOCIIL
Xiabor Men Meet In Secret.
arscuL to m wobld.1
IUltimokk. Dec 14. The American Federation
of Labor convened at 9 o'clock thla morning. After
reading the records the convention Immediately
went into execuuve session on the Treasurer's re
port. Reporters are not admitted.
Charles Emery Soule, who had been the law as
sistant of Surrogate Rollins since IBS, died at his
home, 111 Woet Eleventh street, yesterday,
Cspt. John RrHton, a noted sea captain, died
yesterday at his home, East Forty.nlnta street,
lie waa born In Londonderry, Ireland, in lBOt,
Alfred a Hoe died of cancer jeterdiv at hit
home, S3T West Fourteenth street. He had been a
weiuknowu uulldor for more than fifty years. He
was born In this city In ltttf.
(Jen. Thomas Kllby Smith, of the United States
Army, died at the Vresbyteriau Hospital at 8
o'clock this morning. Geo, Bmlth was formerly a
resldsnt ot Philadelphia, He was a prominent
Dauber of the volunteer service, ana ecrred with
FEOM TO J) AY WE SHALL KEEP-OUB
STOllE OPEN EVERY N10HT TILL
We are muoh natlfled to find that our salea
of Holiday Goods, owing to an attractive as.
eortment nnd low prices, are for In excess of
formor years. It is our purpose that no Holi
day Goods shall be carried over to another
season, and wo hrrvo. therefore, marked all
articles in this line at bottom figures. If this
oonoesslon will induce you to help us get rid
of the goods we shall be pleased and you will
be benefited. If you want to buy presents,
PBESENT8 FOR YOUR CHILDREN.
PRESENTS FOR YOUR HUSBAND,
PRESENTS FOR YOUR WIFE,
OR PRESENTS FOR YOUR FRIENDS,
we ore sure that you will find in our store
what you are lookinz for. We keep every
thing for the comfort and deooration of
everybody in unlimited vorioty and abun
dance. If you call early you will hare the benefit
of full assortments and a largo selection.
You will know preoisoly liRt presents you
wish to buy if we only suggest just hint
remind you of what wo carry t
ALBUMS AND STATIONERY,
SUBSTANTIAL AND PRACTICAL.
Ladles' Alaska Seal Saoquss, Wraps, Jack
Ladles' Seal I'IubU Sacques.
Ladles' Heal Plush Wraps.
Ladies' Seal. Beaver and Alaska Babla Muffs
Children's Muffs and Boos.
Children's Plush Coats In every etyle.
Boys' School Suits and Overooats.
Boys' Dress Suits and Overcoats.
Ladies' Real Camel's Hair and Imitation
ORNAMENTAL AND USEFUL.
Men's Scarfs and Suspenders.
Men's, Youths' and Children's hand-em-broldorod
Men's Alligator Slippers.
Ladles' Opera Slippers.
Ladles' elegant Satin Slippers.
Ladles' Silk noae.
Ladies' Jet Necklaces.
Lndies' real Lnce Handkerchiefs.
Black Spanish Fichus.
Ladies' elegant Fodoro Fronts.
Ladles' fine Roman Pearl Tabliers.
S. WEGHSLER & BRO.
Fancy Tables, Easy Chain, Pictures,
Statuary, Orookery, Lamps,
Stoves, Parlor Suites, Carpets.
Everything for Housekeeping.
193 to 205 Park Row,
.Between -City Hall and Chatham-Square,
"Oar American nomes
and IIow to Forntsb Them,"
R. J. HORNER & CO,
Furniture Makers and Importers,
61, 63 and 65 West 23d St,
Respectfully invite Inspec
tion of their unequalled dls-.
play of First-class Furni
ture, inoludins: all the latest
Foreign novelties, and hun
dreds of articles specially
u. j. noiiNiin. ei co.,
New Yark, Landoo, Paris, Taalca and Tlenaa.
. ttb with perljctly pars rrejihO Ah. WithonWM,
Mo. Kleswt pok fllllni, juoit tiuatifuUr flnUbnil from
fl.M np. rJuUs nllings Iraia Wo. np. utilully
UANKH jCO.. UcnUtUot Uat utwrluiM, womh.
or. ta N. 7D.oulOo,. SOS th ., flj dooc tUSwUtb
St.. opp. Msqr's. K?snlns to 8. Bsndtj, to 1.
TJpHiht, rpMliltr, ThtnnssrsswMtandfaDjtt!t Is
oUd, lnmrtocORBl'T DDBABIUr?. JThs esses yi "
rich In deiirn and slassnur flnlihsd. rpet, Q9JQ ",
Vl 84611, and told on MjmonU ot ONLY 810 Pftll ft
AIM, um lot of tins ssconOtissd Pianos sSstasa ,'
bugslns and on MX tanns. J1'
in otb avb., iSijl ism si; p
Opsn eranlnts antU Jan. 1. tt
Velocipedes, Bprins and Hobby Horses, Doll Osntsno, ' c
Blslcns,irsfons, Desks, 4c. t
Crandall's. 569 Third ava. :
BBAIi K3XATEL J
1 NOW ;
XS TnE T1MB TO
M W Brooklyn
Nicholas N. Wyckoff Farm,
WKCKOriT AMD ST. NICUOLAB ATBNDBB
PK KAI.B AND BIYUTlB ATBNCBS,
$385 AND UPWARDS,
PAYABLE $20 MONTHLY.
10 per cent, dlseoant for cash.
All Titles are Insured by
"TITLH OUAUANTKE AND TRUST COJ
Thus lota wUldoabU la tains on ths eomplsUoa el M
Mraa-eat la In attendance rrerrdaya nr
Branch Offlcs, on the property, cor. Wlrakoar
and De K.aJb aresw to show tbe lots.
Full Inlarmatlon, with naps and prlesllsta, f
at offlees or JU1US. JOHNMON, Jr., 00 Uberar
St., New York, or 303 i'ulton St., Brooklyn.
TIANOS AND OKGANS.
Tbaw famow Instnunsats eonUln paUaud Impto;
null not toond In otbar pUnoa, and whleh naka tasas
raparior In ton and durability to any other puka. h
ton daoidins what plaao.to bay, oaU aiNo. SKaatlW
Uanth itnai and sm and hoar tbiun. Ths prion arstoa)
lot cash or on amall monthly paymants.
lKUMIlBnOy ORA.HDr nprlsbt and aaoar punas
(ramrasolaiprloaai pUaoatonal. Was, Knabs o.
ImtbaTa.. abora 16Ut.
T CiaaStnUwpiarkat, only lfnotbIrusmpj34t