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Bpfe A WILD SDSn BY TUB BULIB AS SOON AS W& 'CHANGE OPENED. Byjt jLaekavninnR. Hocking Vnlley and Ttlrlimnnd ' Terminal do Up with n Janip Kcactlon- WpX ' Uta Again at Work The null Aided by K& a Steady London Mnrket Ivrs'a Victims B'f Once More Appear Trnnk IJne Itntea. BL 1 am T7 wfty mnr'co Raw I aav ll Pono l'''s morning BIa ( J I Rave tho idea thnt tlio KV rrJn 5 (JM -l. brokers who nttendod Kfii 1H JTl &" football Rnnao on W iftkusW V Saturday and thoy BM T 9B!v IfHi wero many did not 8?V IiotK! S ail to proflt by thoir jt&T "Y I flvVJif'! experience Thoy R& iflS tYl' m,M'0 n 'onnldnblo RS Vv M I II ' " rusli" sumuUanootis. WW IMO-l 11 l 'y w' o Bound'nE Wrfc Ti 1 Jl llT '10 ROnB nm nt Bjg rfrKfiN onco put tlio shorts to Ki 7 V fliKllt' Tho BmalIer Ei lL f P henm, in thoir hnsUi to fcW iy FkzL I cover tho corner, nctu. ftff; " ally put prices up 011 glL wasti coiraon. themselves. In less Ejjj lhan no time Lackawanna was ndvnnccd l,vi, Ky Hocldne Coal nnd Iticlitnond Terminal Sfc IK per cent, nhovo Saturday. closlnc lie- Rfc tires. The roraaindor of tho list sympathized, K&5 but to a lessor extent. Hw Ono reason for tho riso was tho steadiness WJg of tho London market, which disappointed B$L 'f10 bean, who counted upon tho political N, crisis In Franco and the proposed mcetim; H, In Trafalgar Bquaro to hriui,' nhout demorali- oL cation on tho European bourses. On this K, Bid a of tho water thoy calculato upon n ? trunk lino war as a rcBtilt of tho . efforts of tho Grand Trunk to establish a b differential rate. A meeting to consider this rL matter will bo held hero to-morrow, and Mg upon Its result will depend in no small do. EL trree tho courso of prices in tho iminodiato Hkv future. H&i It is not only tho boars but also some of tho Wpt' tocent bulls who both desiro and nro working p for a reaction. Their combinod sullinR did BS bring about 0 duollno after 10.80 a. Hj& M.7out it was too sinall to satisfy Kf the reactionists. Tho fall In prices was mSi equal to i a IX per cent., Now EuRlauil, Ht. CX, Paul, Northwest, Missouri Tacino, Hocking l-W; Coal, Wcstorn Union and Terminal suffuriui? H, the most. R--! When tho list sold off buyers apnearod as Wmt usual of lato and a rally ausworcd, despite gi, rumors that the Ohio & Mississippi hod cut K passencor rates from St. Louis to Now lork By another dollar. , , mm Reading is woll hold on tho belief that thn U&; railroad and tho iron property will be taken ST out of the control of tho Court within thirty mfS days. Tho latest rumor is that a dividend K'- will be paid for tho six months ondlui; May p 80 next. K& Botn publio and priveto cables report Jay Oould as making strong offortH to net his K Western Union listed on tho London Stock i:x. gu chanpo. and the fecins is bullisli on thu Hliares HP& in couBoquonco. Connor, who exjirosHes K'. bimBolf o bollovor in hi;hor prices for this & stook as well as for othorB, is of the opinion &' that Oould will succrod in his chjert. Bl. Feoplo interested in tho wreck left by Ives Kr and his associates mado their appearance in I 'the market this morning. Cincinnati, Hani. H& ' iltan fc Dayton was bid up from r0 to f,5, and Kti tho asking nrioo was lifted to 70. Tho liibt m& Previous sale of the stock w as at CO. Ev Following tho advance in soft coal rates by R( the Northwestern roads comes tho anuouueo- Kl xnent that lumber rates to Dakota points havo Bfcv' Dee& restored from 1.1 to 23 cents. L '" Foreifin oxchaugo is flnnor and tho posted K? rttes havo boon advanced to 1.82 a 1.B3 for f& long and 1.B8K for sight. EKf The London markot is steady. Consols ad HkH , Tonced from 103 to 103 MO for monoy and H; 103) to 103 7-10 for the account. American rfsr securities opened slightly loyor, but closed K, firm. E The Chicago, Durlington & Quiucy has Bwil,. declared tho regular quarterly dividend of 2 Bf.S per cent. A short time ago, when tho bears IKf"' wore raiding tho markot, ttjwrm rumored that BpV' the company would rcduco its dividend. Thero was no special fcaturo to tho dealings EM in railway bonds to-day, and tho market was Kffi irregular. Nickol Plato 4s were minimally K'i active, and sold at 8flXaH7. Louisa illo.t Mpi? Nashvillo St.Louisdlv.nts.jumpedfrom 10HK Bfi to 111, only 0,000 ohangiug haudH. Cle 0. it K; KtU. hs roso Jf, to 107t Kuoxvillo "k Ki, Ohio 1st sj', to 01. Northwest currency con- Mju sols , to 139; Oregon Improvement lsts )j, j.ife jo 97 1 Richmond A. Allegluiuy lsts l,to 01, Wfi't nn Union Pacifio sinking funds i, to mkf, 118f. American Dock As declined K, to 102; ?. Canada Southorn lsts 4, to 100 ; do. 2ds H, fi, to 92X a Vl)4 ; Denver 4s 1. to 78 ; Kansas A, V Texas fis 1, to 12X ; do. Cs 1, to 8J ; tit. l'aul K, 8s X, to 126K ; Texas Pacitlo laud grants . mjf$. tool; Erie 2ds H, to IOOK. and Wabash 7s K new 1, to 93. West Shore, 4s sold lit 100?.,' n fc i , 109K. Tho changes otherwise wero fractional. UbSr Governments w cro dull and prices ruled pf- throughout tho day at 120K a 12fi for 4s, at KK, 107Xal08for regular 4Ks ami at 108 a Wteh 109K for coupon 4Xh. Money was moro active and lent from 1 to R5C j.B per cent, on call. Tho bears threaten to ?;? raake a closor market before tho end of tho Kp 'Veek and wero selling stooks this afternoon PJV on that theory. BKl TnE QUOTATIONS. mmffX Oprn. Utah. Lr. CIi-'D. if,' OuidiBosthtrn.... M CJ M n.s OleT.. O..I.. ;in. 4 ind ... w; 5JV 6J'i .M K? fibwrnkii A Ohio US W UV 8C Ohio. Tiarl. 4 Qulncj VS. UJ'i 1.11). 1 )K CMcuoaNurthwen., ll'J'f IIJ'2 IllO 111'? J Ohio.. Mil. t8t. l'.ui 17I 18 70'J 7-lj HKi Ohio., jtuck la. 4 Pu. ., lir.i 115U llml US' "-il polorido 1 Hocklnir Ool Sit, 3.1', J; ul LH& Oolonwlo 0ial A Jrun sa 4UH hhu 4(1 I te.4?rn ". .K '9 .32 .tbH HV DeUwir.HIuJ.ou., 1U1 lull; )U1H lUlC Fn. Panrer 4 Bio Urindo 314 2iu 'ij'a 21': K- IaDTrAKinOrandpfd BJ'S Ml', M', r.h' PIS' K. T.nn., V. 4 (1 llk w 11! ll'J Kf. K. Tonn., V. 4(U.littiM... (1.1 AS (UV ei'I R K. Tonn., V.4(J. 'Jdytd... 33 i5 -M -2t' V LsoljvlUt 4 NMtmllo J CI", (11 ; fllO 5?!. Ink Bbora... US'f 0V, 9VJ l'J JtM, L.kEri4Vetem ., 160 1(0 1(H; Kit: 7B taka Krta Waatarn pml. ... 4HI? 4HU 412 7 l Manhattan Con.l 10Qy 10J 1UJ 1UJ II Mlonlaan Central vo W VU I'D MW. NIL.L.B, 4 Waatern bHW -IW HTi 879 9, MlnnaapoluBt.louta ...... 10 10 10 10 Bl Mlnnaav.ha 4 Ht. Louu pfd.. WJ "AKJ 2) 2J C NlaaounPaolflo WH tfjtj utu on, tt Nlaaonrl. Kaoaaa 4 Taiaa 2Ji 21 20. V0 HR ' Ubalt. 4 St. 1, ula .. 70 7UU 70 ?UU LHV tJX0,kStraJ ... loiilj 10HS 10H 10M j? Jaw Yotk Now Knaianii 41i 421 401." 41? i W. Y., CTKria 4 Wo.tern ptj. 6H,3 (W to? r6V Bdv N. ?. 8una. 4 Wntrni 0'? 0'I ll'J Si' S4- ow Vnlk. Kuaq. 4 Wr,t. .la. 8Jft 3ii 31 31(5 ortbara Paailte. . . 21' 2114 2J'a 2J'. W'fB.1 lno. pM 45J 4I'J 4I1; (1'J HkK Ohio A41UlMipl 2J , iifi M55 21'; Ru Ontario 4 Waatem...., li 17 J w, V, i" iHTT Oiacon Kallwar 4 NavlKatlon, VI vt VOH UiJU liuU Qracon Tranaoonllnontal 20,' 20, 111', 20, TP'' Oreaun Imprixouient an 4(J 49 41) ' KT& Wa?MV M1. 3S'. 37U 37 '., EKM"?.1 Kllns 70M 71'j 70 ?0( & rhUadolphla Uaa , , 111 in uii"? 1,1! aaVvY" ft,?.rUi "jcatur 4 KanaTlIlo. 'XIM WS ' 2i aaTaf' E ullman j'alapa Oar Oo 141 141 lJll 140 Al Blcnmond4WetrilDtTer.. 27J 2-1V 27l 27X F ffe6,.Waat Point Tar. ;.M.. Clf, dig n .' e C HS Bt. Paul 4 Omaha 4ll, 41', 40'! 40'2 Hi gt.Paal. Minn. 4 Manitoba.. 100 100 10 1 10-j Wk Bt. Ixmla 4 Han Pranclawi 3lt'. Kit'. .1,, . ;.'. K Ht. lxiia4Han l'ran.prd .. 7J 71', 711? 7.1. mfit- Taiaa Paclno 27'I 21'! 274 27'2 aKf 7,nn' 2! lron MUJ 3,'4 M 1 WTv Un on Paoltlo Wl; Ml? tii4 Sj'4 HhTv JJnltadbUtea l'.iprau , Ui'l ((,). It, 1. f 1 . Bt) mbaah-Ht. L..uli4Paolflo,. 18', 1M lilJ lt WML JJab-.lil,l,ul.4P.cmoDf(i . SJi; 3.11, 3J' 3i; K, Watrnl7nu.nTalejrraplj 80t, Sl3 WJ'J Mivj Bg;V"' ,Wiualuu A Laka ria all), 60J i'j.Vj 4Ji E&r Tlie Hpeculutlrr OtarkeU. Ew' Giuiw. WUett, verjr atrouif at lo. advanco; mW- &, 87KO.J Jan. SiiWc; May, 9SVc Corn, H& Brm: Deo., oso.. Jin.. Mjc. . MsT ftw H- rTP.K,8,ron' l to polnis advance; Nov., I' 7J.M Iea, 10.W; Jan., 10.83; Feb., 10.43; Jlay Naff 10. 60. il CorrE. fiieady; Dec., in. go; Jan., 15,86: K Feb., 16.13; Miron, 15.04; May, 14.03. H Tbe Ileal Kai(ate Alnrket. BKX-. - Tne fonrHitorr brown-ttono dwelllntr, vrlth lot WW M-Bxlts, No. s lladlaon avenue, waaaola at auction C'itV attatUail Estate 'HxcbaDse to-dtr to Theodore K?& Endl.forlo,ooo. The sale was tbe remit of a Bfr1 ,j fereetotare stut broscbt by Archibald n, Haaell gi; Matet Bobon wa IGtitnt campuni. MURDER OP A BINQ BIKQ IIACKMAN. Ills llndr Found In tlie Conch In Which lie llnrt Carried Three Aqnednct I.nhoreri, Bino Sino, N,Y., Nov. 21. John Conroy, a hackman, was murdored last night, and throo Hungarians, namod Btephrn !Mannoga, Andrew Uhrln nnd Ocorgo I'abol nro under arrest charged with tho criuio. Lnt.t night, about 8 o'clock, tho thrco men engaged Conroy to drive them over to shaft No. 8 of tho now aqueduct, whero thoy aro employed. Two hours Inter tho framcamo back without a driver. Tho team was stoppod and tho carringn door was onened. On tho iioor of tho coach lay tlie dead body of Con roy. lllood was oozing from two wounds In his head Tho nows of thomurdor soon spread, and peoplo wero found who remembered sieiiig Conroy drive off with his three Hungarians. Chief of 1'olico McNeill and Deputy Hhorifls Mouohan and Hrannignu went to shaft No. 2 and arrested Uhriu, Man. noga nndjrabol. Tho throo men expressed surprise and jirofcssed not to know why thoy were arrested. At Hing Hlng they wero iden tided as thn threo men who wero drivon off in Couroy's carriage. When the men entered tho carriage ono of them aceidently tllsclow d a cartridge by lift ing up his coat. Tho man still had tlie cur tridgn belt on when arrested, but six of the cartridges wero missing. A rnvnlvi r was found.iu his possession. It had six chambers, filled with tho missing cartridges, one of which had been used. Tho Coroner found a bullot of tho samo caiibro in Couroy's head. No other weapons wero found upon the men. They wero sullen and obstinnto dur ing their examination anil nothing could bo elicited from them. Thoy wurn held for tho Grand Jury and aro now in jail. A 22-cnlibro bullet was also found in Con joy's head. It is supposed from tills that ho was shot by two different men, and that ono of them throw his revolver away. MR. JOHNSON AND THE CAIIBAGES. Hud C'lrcamatanrr Attcmllnu the Arrest of a Collrue Hluilent. Tho young man who grnbbed ncouploof cabbages in Hixth nvenuo yesterday is sup posed to be n young college student" who ciuiio hero to witness tho Ynlo-l'rincotoii foot-ball gamo. When arrested ho gavo his namo ns Albert II Johnson. Hoffman Housu. Now, thero is no Albert H. Johnson regis tered at tho Hoffman Houso, but thero is a C. A. Johnson. Tho last namod Mr. Johnson is qnito a respoctablo old gentleman, who rotiros every evening at 0.30 o'clock. This morning, when ho camo from his room, several friends eyod him solemnly, nnd said: "Had, and! And 'a man of IiIb nge tool" Mr. Johnson looked astounded and endeavored to Illnl out what was tho mat ter. His itiestious were mot by sundry allu sions to tho price of cabbages. Ono gentle man suggested that it was quite time that Mr. Johnson had stopped his youthful frolics. "Then Mr. Johnson waxed very wrothy, and wanted to know what that nonseuso mi ant. He was shown tho newspaper containing tho story of tho cabbngn stealing. Excla mation points would express very faintly what Mr. Johnson said. If he moots tho Johnson of cahbago-loviug propensities thero will houvury animated sceuo. If cabbago i r appears on thn Hoff. man Houso bill of fare, it will lie hidden from Mr. Johnson or tho waiter will suffer. HIS NECK imOKKN IIV THE FAU. Jnroli Srlnrnb, n Ilrnndivny Importer, In Htiuillr Killed In nn IHevntor Nhart. Jnroli Schwab, senior mcinbor of tho firm of Kchwab .t Hon, importers nt 5SS It road, way, foil through tho eiovator hatchway of the building this morning and was instantly klllud. Mr, Hchwab, tho deceased, lived with his wlfo and family of six children nt 67 East Boventr-sixth street, After reaching his store this morning, ho read the papers nnd at about 0 o'clock started for the olovator, In tending to run across to Mercor stroot to got slimed. At night the hatchway guard s aro always down, hut in the daytlmo thoy aro up. Mr. Hchwab is somewhat near-sighted, and it is presumod that ho thought tho elevator was at tho lauding, for ho stepped out. The ele vator was in tho basement, and Mr. Hchwab fell to tho bottom of the building, striking tho top of tho eiovator and landing between it and tho well. His neck was broken, nnd save a single cry for help, ho uocr spoko nfter. Ho diod in half au hour. Mr. Bchwab was about flfty-sovon years old. Tho firm formerly had an offlco at Canal and Oreeno streets and rcmocd to their present qunrtors last January. aw ' THE COMMISSIONERS RLTICENT. Thry Have Little to Sny About Hecretary Fnlrchlld'a Declalou. Tho decision of Seerotnry Fairchild declin ing to handover to the Immigration Commis sioners tho $70,000 which they hold as a reseno fund, realized from tho salo of Cnstlo Oardeu privileges, ia supposed to bo in tlie hands of Commissioner Ulrich. president of the Hoard. All tho Commissioners aro nry reticent t about it. Nono of them will evpress au opinion other than that tho deci sion is arbitrary nnd unjust. Secretary Jackson, who was soon by a Woiti.ii reporter this morning, said that tho Commissioners lnno not an yet called any met ting to officially consider tho Tresury Department's final decision on a much exod question. It is thought, howoor, that n meeting will bo called nt an early day, when protests nbout withholding this fund will bo made. Thnae IIoiihch lu the Air, Corporation Counicl O'llrieu gavo un opinion to tin) aihl-liiK that no action ho taken concernlug tho clevutoil rjllroal structure!! nt Ono llnudrod and I'lrty-nithatreot an I Kluhtti avenue while the Illuli Ilrltltro l'urk proceedlnss ar pendlui;. He skjs It la a serious question In his mind whether or not the structures complained of are Illegal, aj m I'lre In an AimrtiiiFuUHouee. Fire lu the bachelor apartment house on tho outhcaat corner ot Fifth avciuio andTtlrtleta street, owned bj P. It. Mack A Co. , this morninr, ilistrojed Jt, 2t0 worth of valuable furniture car p la nnd lirti'-a-lirao liclunittiii; to James tfeyor t ho Is at present In Mexico. '1 he lost Is fully cov ered by liiniiruncc. m a. I'or 1111 Assault Three Yenrs Old, Jaini'K ltellly was trlid lu tho Court of Special I Ktiwiiiiiii to-dar for an atsnult on Policeman Long on election nlunt is4. 'Ihe polU'einrn hal trltd to nrrnt I1I111 for nelplnir lilmaeir to some peanuts from an Italian's stand. Tnc prUoucr was 'con lctiU and sent to the penitentiary for six inouiha. .Nov Hhlelds fur I'ullec inen'a Ham, Pollic Headquarters was cromWdthls morning wlthHiiti(ineii who came to set their old liat IiIMh 1 xi h ingeil for new one. 'I tw new atyle In pnl'ltr thtu tnc old, aud the number can be more (Mali) 11.1 . Ilrnakbn M'w. nt n (ilnnre, Il'KlniiliiK'o-nlitlit, a mall delhcry to tho clubs and thuairn In liruoVljn will bo bcifun at l r. vt. Tho InHitiliMtlon Into the caao of I lent. Taunt, of the I nlted States Navy, who Is chartred with ncalcct uf duty, was returned this uioruluir attho Navy-'iant. borne time 1 nt night the store of It. C. Hatcher, nt 4ss Manhattan avtnue, Wllllatrsburg, was entered by biimlars, whostulo about 1100 In money. whliU lay lu tho Bate. l'rancls llelltle, the Italian who last night during a quarrel at 84J Nurth Second sirret, llrtiosltn, truck llo-ai Kosn wiiii un axe, liifllcllriBuilaiBir 0U8 wound, lus not jli been cauitht. Haso ltellly. a bricklayer, while under the lnflii dice of llqaor fell nnd ttruok ht head on a beer tap In the liquor saloon uf John Muller. at V68 lie Kalb avenue, Brooklyn, at 10 o'clock this morn ing. Ue received a contusion of the bead and brain. lie was removed to a hoapltal la a serious condition,. STERN BROS. WILL OKKKK TUK8DAY IN Til Kill FUR DEPARTMENT THE FOLLOWING ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS. Alaska Seal Jackets at - - $70 00 Reduced from $105 00. Alaska Seal Sacques, 40 and 42 inches long-, at . . tQH Slf) Reduced from $135.00. ipCil VV ALASKA SEAL Newmarkets and Dolmans, 54 and 56 Inches long, at . . . . UM Kl fljjflg Reduced from $250.00. W "" All made of the best quality LONDON DYED SEALSKINS. FUR-LINED GARMENTS, Capes, Boas, Stoles, Muffs, Gloves, Rugs and Fur Trimmings AT GREATLY REDUCED PRBCES. 32 to 36 West 23d Street, AMI 23 to 35 West 22d Street. OFFICIAL RETURN'S. The nonrrt of Aldermen I'lnlali Tliclr Count nnd ninlio Tliclr Ilrcliirntlon. Thn ofllrial iloolnratiou of tho Mites cast at tlio rnccnt olcotlon was inailo this nftomoon liv tho Ahlcriui'ii. Tlio ftilhittim; is tlio ro sult on State, county and judicial ofllccs : SKCItKTAHV OK STATE. rrerterlclc Cook Itl.TMl Frederick; ). Oram M,i,3 Henry (leort(c B7.477 Kdward IUII (l'mnrcsslTo I.ilior) o,sw 1). C. lluntlnutoa (l'rolilbltlon) 1.318 CoukinerUrmit 6'-', '3 STATE COM1TIIOLI EB. Kdward Wemplo Ill, IIS JCHfloH. L'Ainnrcaux m,3i Victor A. Wilder U0,2w Wetniilo over L'Atuoreaux &u,lo TIIEASU1IK1I. Lawrence J. FlttRorald 110, IW 3 Joints W. Carinloliael co,8J9 I'atrlck 11. Cummins 8MM Fitzgerald orer Carmlctiacl 60,1.3 ATTOHNXY-aXNEKAL. Charles P. Tabor 111,0m JamcaA. Dennlaon 60,433 licnnlaC. l'u'lj M,R51 Tabor oer Uennlson 60,081 STATE ENOINEEK AND SURVEYOR. JotinHoffart lll.SRS O. I'. II. Cornell iw, lis M. K. Couzem M,11 llogartovcr Cornell 61,270 justices or THE supreme toURT. Morgan J. O'llrlen 111,1110 Abraham It. Lunruncu 10", 13T D.itilcld. ltolllnt Tl.niQ llenrj K. Ilowliind fil.iwi John Vincent IH.iiMI Abner C. Thomas SJ.U'Jl lUSTRIOT-ATTOUNKV. John It. Fellows (K,T8 Do Lancer Nlcoll "T,mo Louis T. I'oat SS.74T Kdwurd V. bearltiR 5,8,11 l-HESIIIFNT HOARD Or ALDERMEN. Cleorcell. Former 109, 01T James T. Van ltenaaclaer M,nm William McCabo .13,01 John Morrison b,"is CORONER. M.J. 11. MciRcmer 109,7:0 Deuls Hlion tU,H1 l'anl Mayer 3.,3i'i F. V. LUlenthal 6,juu CITV COURT. Henry 1'. McOown 10i6SS W'llllum V. 1'llncliKo 100.7V4 Krncat Halt 7,740 Charles K. Iexow (iT,s;a (lenrire W. Ilease 8.t,iH)7 MorrU W'. Hart Ui,VJJ OENEItAI. SESSIONS. Itandolphn. Martlne ll,4(tu l'tcderlckC. Loubusclier W.Bil SURltOOATE. ltnntmR. Ttaniom lll.PSft Isaac Ihitton 03,t!13 Uldcoti J. Tucker 83, 6 B Ooldfoglo hns 297 iilnrality ovor McCarthy for Ciil Justico in tho l'ifth District. a 1 API'FALING TO THE MAYOR. Six Thousand Wnrklngmon AVnnt the Hub way Work to Un On. Fully 6,000 workitiKinon aro intcrostcd in tho prosecution of tho work of laying tho underground conduits for olectric nnd tele-crarih-ttiros. If tho Commissioner of Publio Works adheres to his decision not to prmit permits to contractors to open tho streets aftor Dec. 1, nil tho men vsill ho thrown out of employment. A deleu'ivtiiiii of men employod on the tnh. ways called upon Mayor Hewitt to-day ami asked him to mtorcedo in their liohalf, Thn Mn or wild that he hud no power iu tho nmt tor and referred tho workiiiinnon to (ten. Nowton. Tlio delepation will isit tlio Do. partmout of l'tiblic Works this nftomoon. l'unrrnl of .III n 1'iitiiin I.nznrua, The funeral of Mm Kmmn ltzarus, the poet and writer, tool, plate this moinlnpr from her lato residence, is Went Tenth atrect. Tnc serines were performed b) lliUt H.tlibl Meiirtrn, 11s Med li) ltablil JJilte, liuth ! Ihe Nineleenih Mreet bjn as'OKue. 'lliu Inn run nt waa at cjprci lllllt. After thn Juatlrrm JubUccb DrlehsDty and KarsnaKh, ot LonRlMand City, while oq tho bonch this morulug, nero Mi lted by a man who said he waa an expert sent by Mayor Ulcaaon to examine the rtcorda of the Court, ltlasuppoaedlbat the Mayor Istnaearcn of material for ouurnca avalnit tne two Juitices. a Trlritrnplilr llrcvltlrft. Prescott, Art., Nov. St. A boiler oxploilon In W'llsou & Co.'siuw 111 II. nine miles from tins place, last Baturday, losulttd In tne death of rtx men. cuiCAiin, Nov. 1 - urcit pala r.iiie.t on the luke jesterday and last ulxht, Itcporis uf wrecks are coming In from all pons. It U Ihouglit teeril propelltriaroloat. Montreal, Nor. si. A frelsht train on the Canadian l'aclflo Hallway yesterday mornlog plunged through an open drwbnd(8 Into Lachtoe Canal daring a foe. The engineer was tilled tad the fireman and helper lataily injured. WAITED. 1,000 BOYS. With commendable liberality a -Bowery" clothlnp; store has advertised to sell 1,000 Over coats to the poor boys of New York at 25 cents each. We think such generosity deserves en couragement, and have con cluded that If our "Bowery" friends will furnish the Over coats, WE will furnish the BOYS 'and the QUARTERS. We want to aid our neighbors in well-doing, and at the same time "help out" the boys. Let every boy from 4 to 12 years who wants an Overcoat for nothing apply at our store between half past six and seven o'clock Tues day evening, Nov. 22, and we will furnish a "quarter" for every boy and send one of our employees with them to see that they really get an Overcoat. Be sure to come on time and get an Overcoat FREE. OUR GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF OVERCOATS Will continue until II o'clock Satur day night. During this sale we will sacrifice every Overcoat In our colossal establishment without re gard to cost of production. Read the Prices : Mori's Melton Overcoats, worth $10, at $1.89. Men's Extra Heavy Double-breasted Ovorcoats, worth $ 1 6, at $4. Elogant Chinchilla Overcoats, worth $18, at $4. Beaver Overcoats, oxtrafine, worth $20, at $6. Genulno Kersey Overcoats, worth $40, at $10. 6,000 Boys' Overcoats at 99 cents. Men's Suits, $3.89 j Men's Pants, 69c. i Boys' Suits, $1.24. A. HUM & CO., The Reliable Broadway Clothiers, 627 and 629 Broadway, NltAlt lll.HEGKim NT. OPEN i:VK.NIK08 UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. Tlie ItHiidnll'a Jalnmt .llurdir ('. lu l'art I uf tho Court of Ucucrul bcsalons to day, tne cine ot iloacB J, SpolKnts.Orata M. Smith, Henry laniard and Frederick Wesley, tno boyi who killed Keeper William K. Colo with a ball cluti at the Handall'a Island Iloime of llefnge Wat summer, waa adjourned until next Monday. At that time, It mo Dutnot-Attoruey hai decided to accept a ploa ol ruanalaaif titer In the nrit degree, the bo) s w UUo plead, and recelTe their leniences. a. aa otri1 llliunelr Into IVImiii, ltocorder bmjlh thli morning sentenced Denla Foley to two yeara and (our month! Id fit ate Prison lor Illegal votlnir. Laat election day Foley offered to rote In the Ninth Eleotion Dlatrlot of the Fourth Aaaemtily Plat riot under the name of Denla Hurley, and when Informed that Hurley had already toted, mow la hli rote,, RIKER'S COMPOUND SARSAPARILLA Purifies the Blood and Invigorates tho Systom. It Contains tho Active Properties of Sarsaparilla, Dandelion, Yellow Dook, Burdock, Chamomile, Gentian, Ehubarb, Mandrake, Iron, &o., &c, whioh are so combined as to act with tho most desirable efieot in ERADI CATING from tho systom all suoh disorders as arise from IMPURE BLOOD and an INACTIVE LIVEK,, suoh as Eruptions of the Skin, Eczema, Scrofula, Dyspeysia, Head ache, Catarrh, Nervous Debility, Biliousness, And that "Tired Frelliiar no Common to nil nt Tlinoa." IT REGULATES THE BOW ELS TO PERFECTION. IT CONTAINS NO MERCURY, ARSENBC, IODIDE OF POTASSIUM OR ANY INJURIOUS IN CREDIENT. And as it need only be taken MORNING and NIGHT it can ALWAYS be taken with GREAT REGULAR ITY and WITHOUT TROUBLE. Bottles, Containing 17 1-2 oz. NBAIlIiY DOUIILi: ANY OTII12U) 3Cb WE GUARANTEE this Sarsa parilla to bo MUCH BETTER and more satisfactory than any BLOOD PURIFIER in existonoe. And we FURTHER guarantee it to BE and DO ALL that YOU may EXPECT, or we will refund the price. INSIST ON HAVING BIKER'S SARSAPARILLA, AHD YOU ARE POSITIVELY SORE OF CURE Do not allow any nna to persuade y.m otherwtae. Bold by alnwKt all dealera throughout the tlnltad Htatea. Ir ANY druKftlnt refuaa to aupplj you, you can ho BUKUof gfiUliik- what you aalc for at the Ury-Gooda houaea aud fteueral store or dtroct troni DllUOQISTS AND MANUKACTI'llINa CHEMISTS. KSTAIII.1SHKI) 1H40, ATSMSlXril AVKMUK, HkW YOUK. I.MIOtlATOlllKHl 5B Washington street, nnd S3, 67 and S3 Clarksou t N. Y. Daacrlptke natalogua and Trloe Llat mailed tree on application. COL. GElillAKli'S CHARGES. They Will be Ilrnrtl In tlio YorluIIIo Pollre Court Thla Afternoon. Ool. Edward Goldinrd -v ill bo in tho York. villo Court this nfternoon to press his chargo of blackmnil ncninst Socretftry Henry O. Wells, of thn Now York Club. Commodoro Jnmis J). Smith, prebiduut of tho club, hus not yet been brought iuto tho pollco court, but Col. Oubhard intimiites thnt ho has an. other nrrow in his quiver for tho Commo dore's benefit. Tho most recent notion of tho clnb Is tho sunniious which it hns sent to Col. Oebhnrd touttend this uvoninj; tho investigation of tho chnrges relati o to tho audit of his bill nud tho withdrawal of his lotter from tho box of President Smith Col. Oebhard 1ms not yet docidod whether or not ho will appear nt tho club to-niuht. Ho snys lit) has not yet mado up his mmd whether ho will gain anything by confront ing his nccusors. Itnllroitd Confercnro I'ostpnnod. The eonfercuco which was to havo been held this morning bitwecn the representatives of the trans continental railroads was postponed because ot the non-urrhul of Mr. llnmon, ot the Xorlhcrn l'aclllc Il was taken 111 on his war to thla city. It U proliablc t tint tho toutcrenco w 111 be held lu a few dajs lu Chicago. m a. To Aid the Aiinri'hlsta' l'mnlllra. ArranKcmeulsaru In protrcss bj a commlttco of tho Central Labor Union wheroby a boll and en tertainment Is to bo ulvcu at an early day for the benefit of thu families of the Chicago AnarcbUts. m an Overrun! Ilrttcr Thnn Turkrja. To Bupply one thonsand famines with 1 hanksglr. Ing turkeys U an act of charity wltlCi variom phi. lanturoputa hao from time to time performed, but now conici an olTcr from one of the well-known buslncsa nrn.s of New York which makes the gilt of turkeys sink into Intlguincance. It Is well to have jour stomach lull for a day, but It la belter In have your buck warm for a wholo winter, and when It la announced tnat the 1mdon aud Liverpool Clothing Company, ofooaud88 llowery, propose at thUlhanieglviDK atiuou to give 1,000 warm and substantial overcoats to tbe poor boys of New York, It makes one's heart warm to think of It. In order that those otcrcoats may fall to the deserving poor and that the wearers may not feel that they are absolutely charity garments, each boy will be required to pay 5 cents fur his overcoat. This 3 cents Is rlmpy lo latum the fact that the prcarnt will fall li.lo the h nidi ot thrifty eople, for llttr Is no family too poor lo pay that amount. 'J he $230 re ceived from these 1,UJ S3 cent pieces will be handed to Mayor Hewitt lobe given to some deserv ing charity. The entlro store will be given up to fitting the boys oat with overcoats from T to 8 r. m, on Tuesday, Nor. 84 Hoys between 4 and 12 yean of age win be entitled to tbe coats and must call In periQa for them. V tLoiui&timwl ; THIS WEEK, 1,000 MEN'S WINTER OVERCOATS, WORTH $10, WILL BE SOLD AT ' fc "7aC Lonflon&LiyerDOOl : THIS WEEK, 1,000 MEN'S GOOD HEAVY ALL-WOOL OVERCOATS, IN WHITNEY AND CHINCHILLA, WORTH $12, WILL BE SOLD AT $5.00. ! Loiiflon&Liveriiool THIS WEEK, ; WE WILL SLAUGHTER m 5 000 : $18 AND $20 OVERCOATS $Mii$lM ' ti NOTICE. To-Morrow Evoninff, brfLweon 7 and 8 v o'clock, our store will bo used to give 1,000 Overcoats to r the poor boys of Now York on payment of 315c., which I amount will bo forwarded to His Honor, Mayor Hewitt, to u bo disposed of in any charitable manner ho may suggest. n Tho Overcoats aro sold by us at $2.50. Our competi- h tors will do well by imitating this announcement. It will v do much good at this timo of the year. Will & LIVERPOOL CLOTHM CO., i 86 AND 88 BOWERY, COItNKU IIrTHIt, HUT. GRAND AMI CANAL. j ItKAL KSTATK. JERE. JOHNSON, Jr., UAS FUROHASED A LOAD OF TURKEYS, to riK RKRvnn up in royal rtylk nr 'inn&W&Z Xlla 1NIMITAULK UATitltltRAT li i jIAJjIL Nt THAIS&M&DAY ON THE AMI Hegeman Farms 26tk Ward, Brooklyn, East Rliew York, AT 7 Balli Beacli Junction AND Woodside Heights. After banquets tho afternoon wilt be devoted to the sale of lots, which cati be purchaaed for $150 and Upward, PAYABLE $10 MONTELXY, or 10 per Cf ut, dltcount for oath, with Title Guaranteed by TITLE GUARANTEE ANDTRUST CO. Fret) piiMM'N ti. IlnlU llenrh .l.iiiotlnn nnd Wouilalflo Ilclubts. Jrur .m.pa, prlrr.lUl. nml nil pultlciiluri. iiIiIt tu JUKI!. JOHN HON, Jr., 00 I.llirrly at.. Nun- York and 31)3 l'ullaii nt., Ilrookljn. Until hicimura Are Sale. ISI'EriAL TO TUE WO II LI). CniPAQO. Nov, sl. lloth thn City of Dnlnth snil tho City or Fremont, jirerlotisly reportea In trou ble, aro IjlnK nt tho upper end of 1'ortBKO Lake Cannl wllliiiT for tho wreath r t" moiUr to. 'lho Duliilh wai hmmil for Ashlaun, it.,uuilthu lTuiiiimt for MurquC'tc .MIi.Il l'rcalileut Loupoid, of lho Transportation Com pany, has received a telegram ironi Joseph Aus trian, at Marrjuetto.ststlncthit no danger to cither of tho vessels was apprehended, us tha Btorm bad subsided. . Decretory Whitney Aenln nt III. Desk. (SPECIAL TO THE WOM.D.1 Wabihnotom, Not, si. Secrttsr Wliltner re turned to Washington to-day nud called on the President, He Is looking and feeling much hotter. Mr. Whitney siys he will endeavor to tuko up his work at thoNavr liupurtineiu. hut If ha Is uuuble toMondihcsiralnho w lii n ubly go lo Ucrmuils loruLoupluot momhs. Uasa Amdt's Ilenlb, The death was reported at the Coroner's offloe MA' 9Uto,A Amd'. wenty-four years old, ot GREAT INDUCEMENTS IN FUKNITHKE, CAKl'KTS AND BUDDING. f LUDWIG BAUMANN & 00., J NOH. 012 AND 014 HTII AVE.. DBTWGEIf 30T11 AM) 3QT11 MTB, ni23irtfeza52- ALLrflENWhoBroUaWl. 3 tu3U9BBWSMKKMkittatbronB4lMrUiBS t .Uicr. mr '7V 'Cglwlac, H UIIAK11TH TO U'EX sr DfmtiwMCN ONLY .WlHrru.J Msarr. bf thla If.w lasrwrS MjW'rsb3i'PltqTRipi 6iLt fcsusptifjii.n r r1 .irTTXiIjTn (adc lor iCI. .ptclfio esrpoM.hiiiai aCoaUnsonm hlLTsoolatsr Corr.l .f KLrCTRIlltr throafa IU, ITtaa Carl, ra.uriuf tarni to Health and Vig-oroua Btranstlt ' IlasulsCsrrmt r.lllBustl;srwaVat(ellSj.lwo Ca. naUit , ImnroT.n.sta oTer all otb.r flalla, Vorat ea.aa rERMAHiSTLt II RED In Th Mt. B.alMPaiaphUtSe.n.auaaB, ASdKN t tHa SAHntK ELICTSIO CO.. 022 C?0ADWA. tftWYMI. I ' riANOS AN ORGANS. 100 elca-ant new aprlcht grand planoa, 7X Oet, 8 atrlriKfMl, "ne tone and warranted six rears. Pnoe STTa to $150, and sold on payments of only $10 per month j vrhen desire!. Planus rented and exchanged; 50 goa ( aecondhand planoa at bariralna. Horace Waters & Co,, i 124 rUTIl AVli.. KKAlt lHf H 8T. A-TI1I5 KSTKY Ul'lTlGHT PIANOS, with their new reHttins; aetton, win tlie admiration of tha moat critical ; see them before you buy; sold unmonthly paymonts. Kstey Piano Warerooms, 6 Kaat lata at. 4NUMni!UOFOnANI, uprlRht and square pianos J. of our make, sllsbtly used, almost as good aa new, and fully warranted, win bo sold at a liberal raductlosi from regular prices; pianos to rent, n lu. Knabe a Oct. ll'J 6th are., abiTe lClh at. AIlO AISS IN PI ANOS at Llndeman A Bon's wara rni, laGoth ate., near lUtli St.; a large assort ment of new and aligbtly used planoa of our own and other makes at yery attractive prloes. T UK "OPEIIA"pFa"NO. tbe most popular and the finest in the market, only $10 monthly until paldl one quarter's music lessons free; rent only $&; senator catalogue. Peek A bon. 316 Weat 47th st..oorner ll'way. DKNTlSTItY. AS EXTHACTINO Mo. WITHOUT OAfl J5o.' I'.le gant gold fillings from $1 upward. Soft tUk Ing Coo, up. Beta 65, lid, $10 and $13. No charge for gas extracting when others are to be made. Ilonra, 8 A. SI. to 8 P. M. Sundays to 1 P. M. N. Y. Dental Oo.. 10i Cth nvc, scoond door sjuth of lath St., opp. Macya. DIED. LAUGHLAN.-At niverdale, on Sunday,' Nov. 20, Jane, wife of Thomas Laughlan, aged 46 yaara. ' funeral from lleach st. to Ht. Oabriel Church. 37th et., to Colfary. Held anil Itobbe.l In a Hnloon. Daniel Albert, of 57 East rourth street, told Jus tlco Patterson, In the Essex Market Pollco Court, ihls morning, that ho was robbed last eventagof (22 In tne saloon, km llowery, owned by James lUydcn. Albert said that he went Into the saloon, where ho was asked to eumo Into a side room to shako dice. There Foster held hlni and Hat don took tho money. A police man arrested both, but the third mun In the affair could not be had. Holli urlsonirs pleaded not guilty. They were hold In fi,ooo each for trUU. w Jostc Hon ell Ilnck Again. Joslo Howell, the young girl who went to the Iloboken theatre Thursday night with a rrtrl rritdd and two of tho ushers, Frank Smith and .Samuel llarel, and then disappeared In a very lurlous manner, returned late Isst night to the homo of her sisters In York street, Jersey City. Tho girl said that after lent lngthe theatre she went to tha home of her aunt In Now ork. 8ho lives In Bos ton, snd Is In Jersey City on a vlsll. Bmlth sd llsril. the ushers who wero arroated, will be released. Hmltlen Dentil of u Mexican Student. Olecarlo Molina, twenty-eight years old, a student, on his wuy from Paris to his home la Slerlds, Mot. , put up at tho Hotel Espsnol, 116 West Fourtccnt street, yesterday. Ho retired last night in good health, but wus found dead In bed. Dr. 11. Jl. Kenny, of 6j Seventh avenue, whowM called, thought tnat death resulted from apoplexy. as, Kocnliifr to Appear llcfore Judge llnrrett. Justico Qormau held Krmt Kooning, tho An. archlst, In default of fl.000 ball for his wild si ecclics. Koenlng wus commuted to the Island. Wllh u view to get him out of prison BaltharsrT Weslenberger appeareil before Judge Ilsrrett to day and iiot a writ of habeas corpus for hli pro. iluctiou In court to-morrow, Koenlng has found a bondsman. ', ss-a Abandoned by Ilia Father. A tclograpblo despatch received at Police Head quarters this inornluc from Tottenvllle, 8. L, T that there la a four- ear-old boy named John Uodco at tho County Almshouse, having been ubuuiloneit on Suml.iy by Us father. m Mr. McDonald nt lho Point of Death. Mrs. McDonald, wife of a laborer, of U Bm ' Ninetieth street. Is lying at the point ot death la Uellevue Hospital. She was attacked and brutally beaten by her dronktn huiband last Baturdaj