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MM , H miE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1887.1 .
K; iSDIFTmG THE CAPTAINS. Kp THE PLAN 1'Ott A GPXERAIi BlfAKE-UP OF Hr'. THE POLIOf! FORCE B?f Vfan Shall Ilnrn Wllllnnia'a Old Prr clnrt tho H52 Sniiit Tlint Ilelnya the Ilcnl .llcl.nnghltn Kht' Likely to (Jo There nnd Hcllly to Come KW' t. the City Unit Other Important Clinnges pfl Tonne Illond to lio to the front. KC Tho Pollco Commliiaioners nro conili.orirjj; KL. the best plan for n, Rctiornl trnnsfrr of Cflp- BS tnins, bo nN to secure tho Rrentost rfllclriicy. Wn&, 'l'hey recognizo tho fact tlint homo of tho BfP' Cnptalas do not show thnt activity unci skill ByV. which Bhonld clinrnctcrizo tho modern police BJ'S officer, and wlioro to placo them ii tho Hw problem. KjjL When tho slxty.yenr retirement law was K '' put in forco, nnd two Inspectors woro chosen Rjb nnd ten new Cnptalns wcro undo, tho latter Bwf woro told that their usslcnmentrt wcro tempo. Rjp larj'i nnd that soon tliry wonld bo trnnsfcrrod K&' to procinotn wlioro nctlvo wirlc, froriU blood gK und brains were required. Tho retirement of WLff Cnntain Itobbins, one month boforo his kU- Kfe tietli blrtlidiiy, pnied the way for a RMioral B H reassignment of Cnjitnlns, and it was unrter- H stood that tho deal would bo made on Tucs- Hky' It was discussed at tho mootinc of tho Ka$ Board, but nt oneo a ranc was struck in tho MWi micstion who should bo tho successor to sc, Capt. Tom lioilly in tho Kindi-entli pro- ciuct, or Thirtieth ntri'ot Hti.tlcm. Cnpt. myff.. llcllly is weary of "being pounded by tho Big." papers," he says, and lontjB for pastures now, H3 where ho may pursue thn even tenor of his B1 war. CUo was happy nnd contcutod at tho W'$ Oity tuftl, and would bo pleased to go back Br Tlio CommisBlonors aro divided in opinion mF on ft successor to llollly, some thinkint; that mm. Capt. Allaire's cxperleneo and success in tho Wta. turbulent Eleventh tits hint for tho exacting RJ1 work of tho Nineteenth. Others buliovo tlint U:h- youuR blood and ilcloctlvo ceniiiK aro needed Kf&'j ""'' nro pressiui; Cnpt. MctmiiKliliii, now in &P. Old slip, who was craduntod from Insp'ootor rat ByrnerVs collcgo of dotectivo (.cieuco, and ho Kit will probably bo tho wiuuor. vfV Capt. Allniro has desired for n long tima to BfeA bo rolioTcd from tho exacting duties of tho EIk Elovonth. Ito is drill master of tho forco, B?W, nnd'fcols thnt ho should have easier routine m work. Ho will go to tho First l'recinct to H$ ' succeed McLaughlin in all probability. k Oapt. Moakim has purchused n homo in mv: nppor Now York find iicslrcs to lmve a coin- Wi monduear by, and willBUceocd Cnpt. Hooker Ff in tho Horlom l'rooluct, whilo Capt. Wetter- HE" volt will go to tho Mulberry street station to mjth sneccod Meakim. Hooker is slated for tho wv Treniont, or Thirty.fourth l'recinct, and jy j Cortright is to return to his old. Thirty.soo. ond, or "West One Hundred and Kit ty-socoud mf street l'recinct. mW Capt. Grant is booked for tho Hnst Thirty. &' fifth street l'recinct tho Twenty-first, ltyi.n E&' to bo transferred to Madison streot, and S Jirooks to go to Went Omi Hundredth stroot, Kf to succeed Murphy slated for Morrisauia, KfK Capt. Cnssldr-isrcgnrded as a prudent nnd Kk,, aagaciouB olilcor, and tho slato-mnkors say K2 that he will eomo downtown to Doiancoy mtffc Btroot, Blovin assuming control of tho Eld. Si. ridgo btroot station, now commanded by & Allalro. . KMr ho other Cnptalns, It Is given out, will re mWgi main in their prosant precincts, it not boing IW regarded as wlso to transfer them in view of Ktpt their oxcoltont work, nnd thorough kiunv- Jr;- ledga of tholr commnuds and tho peculiar Kv- poopltf who inhabit them. Tlio slato as given Kk& out at l'olico HuadmiartcrB, subjoct, of B.!fr course, to chftngo wlien tho lluul doal is Wpx mado, is as follows t A Ki'g& rrtclncl. Curtain, iJfallon. ml!? 1 Allaire Ohlfllip ?JH-: S ....lleratiuld ...Ctiuroii street, 13,.' S KcUiy city Hail. , 4 Webb Uak direct. KJK. fi EiklDB...., Leonard utrert. KgJSu 0 MoUullagh, r..Knriiiieili urect. 5'lK Hjnn Mailuoii ticet. .5:, 6 ..JlcDmuell 1'rincoBtrcct. ' On... Copelaml.. Clianet street. m-W" i0 Weaictvelt Mullierrj Btreot. ejfe'- 11.... Blcvln KUlrlilRO utrear, mim II Casulilr Driancey utroet. mfS,' IS Bcliultz Union Market. KM U McCulluKb, r. . Filth Btnot. li-?" 15 Ilrngun Meicermruct, llVf. IS McElwnlD West Iruth BtrceL JflUS,' IT 1 liurlanil Ilruadway squad. m, ,19 Cllncliy l:ast 2iit street. 'M'i IS McLmuihlln .. ..Went 301 li street. pm Wi Catpenler Weit mill Btrort. V&' SI ., Oraut Kmt 8Sth si reel. iRTo w KlllUeru We.t JTtli Bireet. W- X3 Warts Kt (list Btreot. 'ah S3 (inb) ....Acting Capt. . ...Urnrnl Central Depot. jai,; S4 Smith Hieamer Patrol. W S3 (limner Kant suit street. ,' M t.llrookB West leuilistteot. jf' ST , u'Counor lJiat 8Sth xtreot. 36 S3 Uiailln KleamliuatsiiuaU. (K ! Meatlm Kant 12VID street. jE to Blebnrt West H6tti atreeb ym,, Bl ....Haiin Icrs IllKHtirliiuc. ;S; , M ...CortriRht West MM street. ge , B3 Jlurnlir MorrUanla. wf. M .Hooker. Trcmont. M hulo KlUKBlirldgo. W MAJOR HAGOKUTY'S TLUCK. mj' ITrsInc nn Oprrntlon Which, irilnaucceurul, fS' Wonld t'nino Inatrtnt Death. 9jfe Major Haggcrty is slowly sinking, his phy- gjK licians say, und it is fenrod that ho will not m livo through tho day. Dr. C. E. Qilbort, his 1 regular physician, called at 10 o'clock last l night, and at 10 this morning was still with 1 J f the pntiont. . f A series of complications hn 0 followed tho gja abscess in tho throat. There is a lurgo gland- ; ulor swelling on his neck, his left eyo is K' closed, and his condition is so painful that R3 ho is unablo to sleep. Helms been kept alivo K only by hypodermic Injections. H;; Two operations which wero performed yes- kl, terday relieved tho Major temporarily. An KiK operation of a very procurions naturo, which jftK' will have tho effect either of materially im. WBjb , proving his condition or of causing instant jjOT-r, death, is under advisement. Up to this SjiC morning his pnyslciaus have not (hired to 11U djKr tempt it, although Major Haggcrty litis ox. 4f& pressed a wish to hnvo it done. -1"N Major Haggerty has been very cheerful jL Blnco tho first day of his illness. As an illus. jjJj tration of his will.power, ltiB friends Bay that Jh yesterday he hat up in bed and trimmed his r', ltiUBtacho. Friends and neighbors aro con- Sm tinually calling to learn his condition. 4ms y Another Writ Aaki-d for .llumly. InBf , An PPllctlon wbb made to Juilne Lawrence In Ek, Supreme Court, Chatnlien, to-day for a writ of ' habeas cornui lu tho case of Nathan Jlarrett EHf Mundj, oLblattn Island, who waaacut to the IK AbjIuui for the Insane at Mlddietown ou tlio eve of In, hlButarrlacetoapretty wlduw audwhoclainistliat K he la not tnaane. OyP Tne Juilue old not hcaltato to say that IhoNow fOhi , TorK conns iild ubom tliric-foiirlln of ttio imal- laM, peas of the Btato, and Hut the aniillcatltin mlirltt tfE , have been made la Statin Ialaud. Ueultlou was m rcatrved, moft ' DIore Dloner fur Cimm ltriiorta. EjsW.' taricuL to tue world.) Ml, Wabuixotoi, Utc T. A letter from tho Secre- W tary of the Interior was laid beforo the Senate to. tflS dT stating that an appropriation of $77, -MS la vlwv required to complete the publication of the final re. 'n&L V't on the ceasua of lise, four of the tirenty.two ygm volumes betug still uuiirluted. The bill was laid rXs, on the tahle. IW "" ElEJi IJttle for Cnuadn'a Hlateauien to Do. KfaS'f 1 lanciiL to tdi worli.i JMB?. Ottawa, Ont., Dec. T. In official circles the JOKf- llnprcsalon prevails that the Iloute will meet not B ??r".er l0lin J'"- " snd not later than Feb. 2. Kff.' WaklDg allowance (or tho naileries nueatlon and K)' the OUcuaalon of anr arranitemcnt nfiluii may be KB made ai Waablngton, It la probable the aesalun will Bn be short one EM m m r Bm IJttle Pone lo the Nenate. IB aricuL to mr -would. 1 P. WAsniNOTOK, Pea T. Artcr receiving a num. H, b(r of official reports, orderlni; them printed and Brtf tranaactlng some unlmportaot busineas, the 8cauto K oajrd4uuruedatiiJ,ifjuuuito-mprrutr. LITTLE LIFE ON 'CHANaE. Caminlalan llauara Idle nnd Trader Not Peine iltiirh illnnhntlnn llrnpa. UtiUncsM porxoded tho Wnll Mrtet markets to. day, and the complaints by the brokers of n hick of orders woro nmro numer ous than for a lo'ng time. Tho trad, rs hnvo tho speculation nil to themselves, nnd as they do their own buying nnd soiling vory littlo is loft for such houses us do a strictly commission busiuoBs, Tho Consolidated Exchnugo gets its share of orders when there aro any mound ond thn Block Exehniign loses ii'i)piirtiotiatel. Tlio apathy of the public hiiH 11 very depi esiug elleet on tho stroet and gii s tlio hears the imvautngn. Tho denliugs this morning represented nothing but a guerilla warfare between tho " eighth chasers," as tho traders who chango their position with ovory rumor are called. Manhattan tumbled 2 points, to 'J5f. on tho talk about tho underground rail road Hehenie, nnd Quicksilver and Wheeling and I.ako Erlo dropped about as much, but otherwise tho fluctuations Mere 1 tier cent, or less, Tho llxt was rallied nt frciiient intervals, but nhuiys tallied ulicn tho shorts attempted to cover. Jl. adlng vas thn most uctho slock. Kheptiard Mild $0,000 and J'.nos n,000. lirnyton Jones and Tunis tacit bought 2.000 and Von Hoflnmn 1,000. Tho WorniHors also bought and this gave riso to a story that tho old bull pool was accumulating slock. Bchepp was a buyer of Western I'liion. Tho reports about fresh railroad troubles at tho West wero used against tho market. Tho Atehlhon Is said to bo tho aggressor nnd Ihely times In the Southwest aro nntlelimted. These reports, ltowovor, ltnvn to bn taken with nllouanco. as they cm. anato froni Chicago, where tlio bearish feel, ing on tho market is most pronounctd. Around midday Western Union started tip to 78, and this was followed by some int. provomeut all along tho lino. , noNDH inrtEouLAn. In Stnto bonds Nortli Carolina special tax dropped u point, to 10. Louisiana 4s sold at Wijf. ltailroad bonds were irregular, Kansas &, Texas ixsues wcro again raided, consols declining to 100, do. Sn to C2 and Cs to 72. Tho last nrmed have since rallied to 73. Fort Worth lsts rose Jf , to 7W; Houston A, Texas 2ds i, to 109, nuil Jersoy Central Cs K, lo 101: Nickel l'lato 4s declined )f, to 80. Erlo 2ds , to 07Ki Texas l'aciflo incomes 1, to 48, and do. lUon 1, to 00. Oovornments continuo weak nnd nro quoted ot 107 a 107 for 4s at 12.1JX a 124f for reg. and I2l9f n VMH for coupon 4s. Hales of $18,000 4Kb wero mado nt 107 a 107)4 und' e?C,000 coupon 4s at 12S. M0NF.T MAIIKET. Call loans wcro uuotod at i n b)i per cent, and funds wero in fair supply at thtuo rules. LONDON rtANCIAI, HEWS. American railway securities wero weakor in London to-day, prices declining to 1 per cunt. At tho closo Now York Central rose Jl( to 112, but tho remainder of tlio list eon tinned weak. Discounts woro quoted at Mu II) h per cent, for short nnd three mouths bills. In l'nris tho !) per cent, rentes deoDutd to till. GOo. THE QtTOTATIONS. Opn, lliilh, nu. C7o'r, Canada Rmithtrn M,i r.H' SAV Un Uanadian I'aritlo Mil Mi M14 hit Olitr.l I'amflo tllla HI'S '.ll' III', (IhlcJIurl, A Uullicr VJKH 1'iSH 127ll liH (JlileairuANiirthwot., IW, 1UHM 1U7W 107( Chic, Mil. AMI, I'aul .. ... 7Hi 71)1 TS 7S' Dliio.. Mil. AMI. I'aulpfd,... ll'JS 1'JS UiVt lA Dhlo. Itnokla.AI'ai!. , HUM lilX 11!) Ill Mil.. lnil..Ht, I.. A Ohio 711 7ft Tl'i 7S Ool.AlliK'KlnirVal.... 'JIlJ i'l'J SJ'i Ul)," UniiraiioAllimklntUiiil V)', ii')'. M SidJ 11i.1rad11tJ.1al Almn 117 tlf HAW Hi; I J (lonaulldatMl (ia 7IVi 7i', 71, 71'( lid.. Lack. A Wa.ti.ro lllU'a lM'i Vi'l 121)0 llanarAlludaoii.. ..,, IUJ'3 lUl'i 10jl lu-J'J Hnr A ItliillrMi.lniif.l.,... Mji fliu A4, j f:.Tenn., V. A (la.l.l .tii... M)i ruli CIM r,;l3 :. Tumi., Va. A (la. Sd p(d.. ,i 'J I -J.lVf 'JI)J lllmila Ocotral ..'. .. .;..... 1II5K HUM llli 1111) nil., Illmrni A Wvatrrn U 14 it 14 aiilafllla A Naahfllla I'li tvi'i lM ll'j Ijlkn Shorn W US 111'; lilt bakii l.rlu A WtiTil , If) ID 11 in l..Lr KrlA Wrati-rn ifj 41 i 41), 4t Manhattan Unnanl WK U7', U11J liii M Italian Uentral t.7)J Hlfi HW H7W till.. I.. M. A Weatarn HO HO Hi'i H ,'.(,' MlnnapnllaA t. lula 11 U U II kllaiumnl'aclfln Htm Wi( HH'C 8'IU Mlaaunrl. KanaaaA Tniaa 11 1H', 17H IHK Nn., cimiii. Am. 1. 7S 78 7h ;s NrwJarwf Ontral .741f 75 7H, 7.1 New Vnrk Contral 1U4Q 10) 10s l&sl: New Vufk A Nw Kiiolinil. ,,, irw U); ;W1( ui) ft, V lkn Krln A Wratarn,, Ul! '2Vi 'JU. -r.lU N. Y. Kim.l. A W.mtor TJfi -HH !)U 'JuC Norfolk A Woatorn iifit 41), 4J 41U J N. rtlii.ni Paclllr 'XJH 'JJV( lt yjU Nortlirru 1'aclHo plil 411',' 4Pj 411 4llr OtuoAMIuiMllipt ilV. VI I ' Ui, -JIH Ontario A WMrn. ...,... .. lrlu 1(1V4 II.'. liiO (IrvamnlUUwaTA Na?falton. MH H7X H7 Hli Urvann TranaoonllnonUI !1U( 'J Im UU 'JO Druiroti tliluntTemont ,..,, 4l'a 4.1la 41. 41. I'MiiHv Mail ass ui'i :w im l'lilladelphlaA lleadlna UW CHs,' r,7U f,7; rinladiiljihlatiaa..., ,.. , Vif UtH IMU 111 4 I'xoria, Ilwator A K?naTllli). 'J') 110 HO ) Pullman Palace Oar Ot HHi HI1. 141 141 gun-kallrvr . . lUtf ll)l 10W 10 ulckMIir !.' lit ilt H4 :u Itlclimond A Weat Point Tar.. 3.V, U'lVt SMi -Jil ltlcli. A Writl'nlnt Ter. .ld.. (V) 001, (V) C,6'i M, I'aill A Omalia, ., lUI'f Sl'J'J SlIW ll'Ji! Ht.l'au .Mlnn.A Manitoba.... I0HV 1IH1'. 100W 10114. 'lnaa Pacltlo '2,', M jmJ m ruin. I!..al A Iron HI) VI) M IH Union l'aaltlo M' B7 MV ofl. Wabaah, St. Umla A l'aolllo... 111V IMk lit) 1CM AValumli, Nt, I.. A I'arlflc, ulil ill 1, H0l! JlIVZ Wntarn UnlunTalrirapb 7H' 7s', 77)4 77'2 Whoolin AtAkakri 44!, 45'k 44 41), Tlpa l'rnni the World's Ticker. During tlio first hour It hcramu dull and Inactlvo but riot ercd aud becuma nrtiier towarda uoon. Conalderablo Intcrtat wiis manltcsted on the street with regard to tho meeting lu Philadelphia to-day of tlio Heading truotcca. It wa given out thli morning that Mr. Jntm H. Tnniatt will take tho l'reildeticjr of tho Itlclimond Terminal Company and that Mr. Flower u not u caudiiiate. There were rumors on tho Btreet that Mnnhattan hail lieen told heavily on t 0 report that the com patty would pasa Ita cllvulcu.1 next wist, 'itiu oillclala were silent on tlio subject. New York Murkrta, Wiikat. Tho market fur wheat, oats and corn opened ut abint laat tilgUPa cloalnn OKiirea. A miarp dcclloo folloiTcd, but the opening quotations wero rccimrtil. Openlug. Wheat .Mai, l4r: Jan.. mi;-; KeU, til; Mar.h, VI. Corn Jan ' tilT. ; l'Vb.,iHt; .ly,0ig. Oats Jau.87t; .Mu),:ii. Cotton. lho cuttott market was iiiiihe, and opciud at 4 pomtB above laat night's clnmi, us lul lowa: Jan., 1.4I; Feu. lussj March, 10.6a. Con-'KK. Tlio ooiree market opened v points below luat night's closing quoliitlonaou uecouut of heavy sclliiiii orders, at which 11 k una the market brctuue barelr ateadr, Openlim: Jan.. 14.,'w Feb., 14.60; Maron, 14.4S: April, 14.40; Mar, 14.40; .lone, 14.M; July, 14. ; Aug., 1S.S5; Hent.! 18.n5; Oct., lB.au; Nov u.so; Dec., U-ui ' ' pKTiioi.Kt'U '1 lie market for Pipo Line Ccrtin catis wua .lull and fiatureleaa lo-.lar. 'Ihe market opmed nt Tit nnd diirlliK theduylt fluctuated only within frnctiiinul lluuta. The ticwa from tho oil tlelds was 1101 Important. Live Stock. 1 lie recent 80 per cent, reduction in llvo stock and Irrah meat freight ratca from C'ulcaiio nod other far Weteru polnta liui operated to glut thla market with both cattle and dreaio.l beef, 11 ml to-uiy'a rnttlo trado waa tuuiiinnionlr dull at a rediiiilouof 15 to Weentspsr lno lb. lite weight and not more than Uo-thlrds ot tho Irish oilennira (ii) nciid) chiinuod tiun.ls. 'lrunaactlona lu c.uded cimiiuon to prime natlc steers, at is. 00 a t.m per luo lu. ; extr.i and fanoj do. ut M a S.ai; Rood Totalis at M.M a ta.75, unit too J Colorado aieers nt M.w) 11 t'XW. Sheep and lamln were about steadr, wlth4,vn0 offered, and selllne at 13. i a tlU per KM lb., mid Jumna at ii a fd. 75. Hol-k weiu.pilrt at 15 to M. M per Hal, with moat ot the u.coo treah arrivals conaigued direct to slaugh terers. " a a. Minrp Htoadlljr Iinprnvlns. Jacob Bharp is still conflnod to his homo In West Twcnty.lhlrd atrect, but la reported ai gaining In health. The rumor that ho was ilea.!, which fpread last cveolnir, waa without the allRliteit luundatloti, Mr. Sharp having Meadllr galuifd alnce Ida release from Ludlow b'rett Jul). llrooklrn Newa 11 1 n fllnnce. Tho annual fair lu aid ot tho llrooklrn HomiropatMu Ilnipltal will open this ultoruuou lu tue Academy of Mualc, At the Palace Itlnk, Clermont avenue to-night a gamo of polo will bo played or (he llrooklya au.i Nework l.amsof tho lniernatlonal Polo League. The paptra In the cae of John J. Delaney, the man who mado a eonfenalou that he polaonul Mary J. Cox, nero prcacnled to tbu Uratid Jury thla niiiriilug. ' licnjamln V, Mulligan, ago twentj-oue ycara. was arretted last night on a warrant, which charge him iMtb steaHng Vi In money while In tho employ of ouo Uamucl 11, Mills, an a can- VftASCft SAUSAGE, MJT NO 1JEKII AnareliUt Illnal Without Important Aids to the I'rii.lnrtlnn ef I'lerr Article. Tho Toml'S menagerie continues to draw with nn utiiltiiiililahud set of attractions. riio three murderers, Drircoll, Lyons and llelch, have been brought into subjection, nnd no attempts nt cscapo nro reportod up to tho hour of going to press. Tlio only curiosity that gives tho Warden nny trouble nt feeding time is Johnnn Most. Tho caged Anarchist finds fault with various things. Jted.bot nrtlcles for tho Fnihrtt nro dully expected from him and ho has hod dilll ctllly in supplying tho demand, 1'litll yestitilay ho wiis in n cell ou tho west side of tho prison where tho sun shonn only nboilt two hoursaday. Ho told Warden WkIkIi ho wanted to do much morn writing than was possible under theso circumstances, ho he was given n light coll on tho upper tier. HUH Most was not content. For the pro duction of such article us readers of tho Frrihril aro accustomed to oxpect from Most n liberal supply of Rnusagcs aud beer is hulls, tienwibln. I.xcept tinder tyrannous restraint the Anarchist chief never ntUmptid to write without these Important acces'iorii s. Purine the ten days lm lias passed In thn Tombs Nliico his cimvictii.n Most hits lhcil ou tho prison faro, aud each day his articles lmve become less and less flerv until they huvii lost all semblaneo of his old stylo. This morning Most told two of his col. leagues ou tho lrihet Hint ho wns in a sink ing condition nnd would liko to hnvo somo beer and sausages, nnd tho matter wns laid beforo tlm Warden ns n positive act of charity. Mr. Walsh met tho applicants half way. He vidd tlint under certain restrictions ho would permit sailHiigrs to bo brought in, but that llerr Most could huvii no beer in the prison whilo ho wns Warden. When tho news was bioken to Most ho said the KiUHiigos would bo no good without tho beer, and that ho would try to get along ou tho regular prison faro. Mr. llowo h.i fully prepared his points for argument boforo Judge Cowing to-morrow, and feels vory confident that ho will get n now trial for Most, Afraid June Will Run Away, Lstlmrr L. Jones, the young llninclcr who wns Indicted for forgeries aggregating acverul hundred thousand dollars pleaded not guilty befure ltecordcr Smyth this morning. He was out on $1, 000 ball, but the complainant Kdward II. l.nddlngtnu, stated that he was foarml that Jonca win preparing to run away. After consulting with DUtrlct-Attorney Martluc, Hccordor Smyth announced Unit he would require $1.1,000 ball. Jones will probably have to spend somo time In tho Tomtit in default of the re. quired surety. Ills lawyer say thnt IS MM was all he could procuro, his friends having nil deserted lilm. pi Ynrlilsmen to I. earn Nrtvluatlnn. Arrangements have been completed by tho Bca wanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club for the class In navigation under the direction of Capt. Howard Patterson ns Instructor. The course will be So comprehensive ns to enalilo the members to obtain the highest rettitleato of competency ulvcn by Cnpt. Patterson. The clans will begin work nspoon as twenty members have slgnllbd tnclr Intention ot Joining. Tno-llilrda of that number have already entered Itulr ujmes. Instruction will bo begun on Dee. 19. Ono Ilottlo 'Wnrrittitod to Cure any Cough or Cold, or Your Money Is Kettirnod. A PLEASANT, SWIFT AND SURE CURE FOR t'OIItlllH, flOLIIH. WlttlOI'lNH (lOltnllR, l'AINH IN Olir.hT. IM.f.tlltlHY. Dll-'niAll.TY OIJ lllKATll. INtl. llllllNCItl t'lS AND Al.l, INKI.AMMATOliV DlsiilANKHOFTllKI'ULMONAUYOUIlANt). If taken aaaoon aayon foel that irritation or dryneaanf tlio throat, ucoaalonod by a oold, our to ix doaoa will mra, IINI.IKK thn malnrlty nf (loiurh 1'reparatlnna, 'imr Ihlieetorant Wll.l.NOT OUIlll tlllNNIJMI'I'lON. Aaa trial ail till TltUI.Y WONIlllltfUi. inrallolnn (10HTH NOTltlNtl, an.raaOA caa.m out of every 100 Wll,l,lli:illlllHII, ItUwoll worth thawhllauf U auf lurera from l'liltimnnry trouMe t.i AT I.KArlf' MAKK TIIK TUIAL. l'rloo ior bottle, cntalnlng a lialr-ptiit (enough to oure eight teMiplo If Uken 111 tluiu), IO CENTS. INSIST ON HAVING BIKER'S EXPECTORANT AUD YOU ARE POSITIVELY SURE OF CURE. Do not allow an) one to nerauad you nlherwlao. Hold by atinoat all dealers thrmiaitmit the United Stahta. ? If ANY druggim refuaea t.i pupply Tou.y..u can UK :IIItt:fetiroir what you aV fur at the IRYI1U(1US IOUSES und lIltNKUALblUHKlI, or direct FHOM UnUaUISTSANI) MANtlFAOTIIItINO CIIKMLST3. hHTAIIMrlllKIl 1S40. AT 35U (ITU AVli., NliW YOKK. l.MitmA'tbltik.ti ns5 Waahliiffton Htnt and BS, 67 aud ttll Olarkaon Hlreol, N. Y, Descriptive Catalogue and Prlce-List Millot. Irwi on apjll cation, WILL omtll ON WUDNEKDAY, UKC. Ta 65 Pieces of MOIRE FRANCAISE, eiMNCIIUS Willi!, in all tho latest ovoniiiK and street shadesy at 85C. PER YARD. TIIESK SILKR WK11E TO HAVK UKEN DKLIV. KKKII TO U8 10T. IS, TO UK ltKTAILKU ONUUK l-OUJirKHS AT tll.StrfKK YAltD, HUT. AltlUV. 1NO TOO I.ATK AND UPON OUIt HKKUBAL TO ACOKPT 1NVOICK AT ALL, ,1IK MANUFAU TUIIKK IN LYONS OA1II.KU UM O. UKO. 1 TO U1SPOSK Ot' THKM AT A PItlUK WIIIOll WILL NKT UIM-NOT US-A 1IANDSOMK LOSS. NO BIMII.AK IIAUOA1N HAH KVKK UBK.N OK. VKUKU UY ANY 1IOUBK IN TIIIJJ CITY. Sixth Ave. and 20th St. t STERN BROSo SPECIAL SALE OP SILK UMBRELLAS. Ono Lot of Natural & Silver Handles ; T Q 7R FOllMim rillOli, $2.75, J U?ll I u Ono Lot 26-inch Silver Handles ; Q0 0Q FOllMEIl l'llICE, $3.50, J UlUU One Lot 20-incli Natural Handles;) ) Rfl J-' Olt Mlilt rillVli, $3.75, J l?IUU Ono Lot 26-inch Natural Handles:! JQ Rfl FOltldEU I'JIICE, $5.50, J (PUlUU- Ono Lot 26-inch Silver Handles ; $0 7K EOlCMElt 1'JtJCE. $5.00, J I0WP I U Ono Lot 26-inch Silvev Handles ; 1 QR Kf FORMER l'RICE, $8.75, J 0UIUU All the above aro from the most celebrated makers, and will bo found tho best values over offered. In addition to tho above, an unuhuully largo and choice assortments of umbrellas lor gontlomon, with Natural, Silver, Gold nnd Ivory Mountings, and choice collection of Canes. 32 . TO 36 WEST 4233 STREET AND 23 TO 35 WEST 22D STREET.. NEW YORK, 50 and 58 West 14th Stroot ; BROOKLYN, 200 and 271 Fulton Streot; PARIS, 20 Rue d'Enghlen ; IlUPOUTICIt OP FINE MILLINERY. To-Rflosrow and Every Day Thereafter, GREAT REDUCTION SALE OP TRIMMED HATS k BONNETS. 810.00, SI 2.00, S15.00, SI O.OO, $18.00 nnd 825.00 UATS AND BONNETS SOLD AT 85.00, S7.00, SO.OO, $10.00. Those Goods are of tho very host quality and constitute POSITIVE BARGAINS. $1,000 CHALLENGE. REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER. claim f or our machine tho following point, of auporlorltyi KASIC OF MANIPtTT.ATmw nrtm nrriTV and Hl'KhD-th. vaaentlal yaalltlaa In a writing machine. "Ail" UIxTION, DUUABILITY Hiiil;,M;?,?'u,BW!llllloK.l! ""I"1'0""'!. To tit ita durabllltjr require, many rear, of actual nae. But It. DUl'KlUOH HFKK1) can be dtfinouatratttd lu a few moment.. "u ,(l WKtlllALLhNaK ALLOTHKIt, WllITINO MAUIUNKS to aapeed teat, aa tollowai TIIK UMt'lUKTO ItK SKI.KOTKD IIY OUH OOMl'Kl'ITOItS. UKrosIT. Kach competitor lo depoait with tbe umpire a oartltted chock, pajable to hU order for 1 nno OOMl'liTINU MAOIII.MC8 to writ, capitala aud amall latter.. iorj.uw. thl.Vh:.1iVoK.,.,0r0 M"0h ' lbS" Tl" '' '" Uk pl,c n0t "ll,r tb,n ons montl '" " " aoceptano. of l'LAOK. NKW YORK OITY, IN SOMIt CONVKMHNT i5aLL TO UK RRTknTlrTi nv nun ,.nu rilUtUUS AND TO UK PAID h'oil 11Y OUlthKLVhtJ. ""' " " BBLKOTKD BY OUIl COM NUSIHKIt OK Ol'KHA rtlllS. Kich romiietlng maohln.to le renreaanted br three oneratnr. .ith .n in.., ment lor each. 1 he agnr.gate tune of etch taui U. bo conautered In makluK the iwardT op"or, wlth n ,Itnl- MATTKH TO UtC WltlTTHN. The Declaration of Independence rhl. m. h.'.n..i . written from dictation. If dictated each oiwrator may .elect fiia or ESriwi readarf con"nlu1 to m.morr or. THIALH. Kach operator to have the prlrll.ge ot three trlala. DKI1UOTIONS roil KllltOKS. A deduction of one aeoond for orerr omitted mlatell.d nr mi.i..i it deduction of one tttth eeoond lor everr oiolttfd punotu.tlun mark or oatal littSr. "laplaced word. A UIoTOSAIaOPPROUKKDN. 51Wt.i U e.iuallr dlrlded amou the oueraton of ,. ln.t ... ev ... MwluUdouaudtotheUUAOTMUMMKIVl'I'LrNl). operaiora or tho winning team. Thobal- t WYCKOFF, SEflWAHS I BEHE01CT, 333 Broadway, New York. THE DEAD MAN NOT QUESTIONED. Donlatla thnt Dr. Ulchurila'a Spirit vrrui Aakcd to Olllclnte nt lite l'uuirnl. Bpiritunlista in this city nro vrratiiy to-tlny over thu Hturirs lmliliBhod rccnrdiui; a spirit ttnlistio funonil sorvico hnlrt Inst uitflit. Tho fuiioml wits that of Ur- Hurnco ltich. nnlB, an " itisjiirntiounl " writer. For four yours liu hml been tin iuvrtliil, ami wlieu a fow tlnys nj;o nil hopo of rocoory wns nlutiuloueil ho hml limiM'lf removod to tho Iioumi of Mrs. V. St. Oeorgo, n vpirittmlibt, of 810 West Thirty.fifth Btrixt. On his tlenth 1i1h many frienclH offired their amiutnnco to his nenrest relntlvo, an mlopted Ristor, Mrs. Alfred D. llench, of 17 West Nineteenth Btreot. Mrs. StouMnnl Gray, of 323 West Thirty. fourth Mreot, was iiiuonj: tlio synnmthizers. Her oiler to open hor houso for tho tlnal eoro monies was nctvptod, anil Hiurittinlistic sor. vices wero held. Mrs. M. K. Wallace of 219 West rorty.8econd street : Mrs. L. S. Cad well, of S18 West Fifty.sixth Mreot. nnd Mrs. M. t. Williams, of 232 West Forty-sixth street, spoku under tho intlticuco of tho spirit. 'Hint, with hIucUii; nnd recitations, concluded tho ceremony. It is denied that there wns any passing ot hands or asking (piestions of tho dead man. The remains woro taken to Whito Plains laBt ulcht for interment. (.'oiiiplalulnti About .lira. Kins. A tew weeVi ago lira.. King, proiirlelrcsi of an emploimeiit agencr at "6 rilxih avenuo, waa ar raigned before Mayor lltwltt on a clmrgo of Me fraudlns poor nroplo who toogtit her lmre.ru for eiuploTincnt. 'lo-.lay several moro complania were lodged against ber. bite U to b called to account again. ,llllMwilll 1 . C'Ulcr llrckcr Wnnta Ilia Wntrli. John Decker, the old Fire Chlof who had tils $0 Hold watch stolen whilo listening to a upotcb. by Dr. ItcOlyim ln Buttery place on Oct. M, was in tho JolTcrsou .Market 1'ollce Court this moruliiR, to cuniplnln agaln.t Timothy Sulltvan and John SIoId, two well-known young- men. Decker has received awvcral commitnlcatlona ofTer inn to return tho watch for 112. but ns ho sajs, ho ' Hou-t have It." hS siys that rtulllvan and Hlevln Btoo.l ne.t tnhlin in tho crowd, nnd when they went nway Ills watch was Rone, llo thercforo hellevea the e prisoners to bo the tnlevoi, nim he Intends to uroaecuto them. An examination will bo held. ' iO aa Ovirrrow.lhitt on n (Jrirn t'nr. Ernest Bauger, the thirteen-year-old son of Mrs. J. Kred Acket, Jr., of M Third avenue, was knocked actuelcw, cut anJ bruised about tbe faco and generally damaged on Monday after noon, as the result of tho overcrowd ing of a green car ot the HuuBton anil Fort j-iccond atrect ferries' line. Tho lad waa on a car which wua packed, uml there weto a dozen people ou the Platform. When ho tried to ulwht at Broadway ami Twenty-seventh street ho waa imalied oir nnd dr iggcit aurao dlatance. He fell on lila nead, an i waa stunned. 1IH moiner la seeking the Identlllcalliin of tile conductor who permitted hid cur to become ao crowd?il. aa m Deuincrnta to Unt und 3Inko Merrj. lho Tammany Halt Oenerul Committee of the Twenty-lhlrd Assembly Dlatrlct will have Ita an nual dinner to-ulgnt at Harlem Temple, One Hun dred and Twenty-tilth street, carriages bavo been ordered for 4 A. u. to-morrow. Tnc Harlem Democratic Club will have a ban quet Thursday, Dec. y. Among those who have wrlltin that titer will poalllvpiy be prraent aro (Kit. Hill, Tutted Mates Senators Gorman, of Maryland; Vance, ot North Carolina, and con grrsanien CtimtulnKa, Bryce, cox, Cooxran.CaUiip bell, bplnula and Alerrlman. B i 4 d ri w w J LJj In order to close out EVERY Garment in our Estab lishment before Jan. 1, we have reduced prices to a point never before reached. The goods we now offer are from our "Reserve Stock," and are FIRST CLASS in every particular and not damaged. Our store is rentod to HENRY NEWMAtf & CO. Wo positively retire from business and MUST SELL NOW. , This is the ' WiSW-UP SALE. Men's Overcoats, worth $10.00 to $18.00, at $2.40 Men's Suits, worth $9.00 to $18.00, at ' 3.70 Men's Pants, worth $4.00 to $7.00, at 1.12 , Boys' Suit3, 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 Ol'KN UNTIL 10.80 V. 31. BATUItDAY. limlsiiJLMsa 3pa s?J mm 'Retiring Retail Clothiers, 628 and 630 Broadway, bet. Bleecker and Houston Sis. ItKAIi KSTATIG. CAUSES THE EXTIUOllDINAKY DEMAND FOR LOTH IN EAST If YORK, 26TH WARD, BROOKLYN ? STOP 1 THINK I CONSIDER 1 1 THE SOLUTION IS l'LAIN AND UUll'LK. GREAT REAL ESTATE BOOM UundonDtfldlyin tbe 20th Ward. THE RAPELJE AND HEGEIAN FARMS AHE IN TIIK LINE OF IMPROVEMENTS, Libert; Avenuo la being paved wllb U rani to bloc It a. Heivcrnao wllllollavr (lllmcdlalely. THE ELEVATED RAILROADS NOW NEAR COMPLETION WILL RHINO YOU WITHIN TWENTY MINUTES OF THE BROOM BRIDGE, FULTON. SOUTH, WALL STREET AND WILL- liamsuuro Plenums, rapid transit has DOUBLED AND IJUADRUPLED VALUES IN HARLEM. IT WILL REPEAT ITSELF IN THE 28TH WARD OF BROOKLYN. If IS THE TIE TO BUY, WnKN LOTS ON THE ItAPKLJE AND HEOKMAN FARMS OAN HE HAD FROM FIRbT HANDS, AND AT I'RESENT PRICES WILL PAY IN ONE YEAR 10 TI.MHrt MOKE THAN HAVINdS I1ANKN. Tboan nre ollt fnrla. T.rt no one hcllntn or delay. Never nitniii will lata be aoltl ao low. BE WISE IN. TIME. ALL TITLES ARE GUARANTEED 11Y 'TIIK TITLK ISUAUANTIH! iV TUUST CO." LOTS ARK NOW SOLD FOR $150 AND UPWARD, PAYABLE $10 MONTHLY. 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH. Aiiy ono can own n lot bo will, flly annua nro cm Mir urnumli every nfier. noon to abow tbe Properly. For nmpa mill nil pnrllrulura apply to JUICE. JDII.NSON, Jr., OO l.lhiTty at.. Now York, or UU3 l'uliou at,, llroohlyn. Zftz&kt&zSgt t1-1! MENWhoarer.bli TIcZSk33EarKltatoa tt.r. l.llairvtloi.. .miliar W?- -? r VSal". K ut'lUaMtl. lo (IKK or Vbn,iKH ONLY fil'u'"-J . l-'lhlaai.. I.,,r.4 VS?perwrrEilCIIllC1 UllTiSUSMljORtl vLKJ&JKat2 MaJa lar Ikla acllo ari.llt(lira aC.llaa.oa. IM l.OoolUar l.rrr.l .t kll ri III) 1 1 , tht.a(U i LI. VTaak raru raalortag Uicoi t. Health and Vtfforoua Strentrth Klectrlo Corraal Mtlaau.tl7.rwa torhuKuio t .ah. (irfalci la.pra.taia.la a.or all .taar halia. VT.nl uei I'lUKlX tk ILK 11 ltaill.Thrw H..II... 6r.ladr.lArhlrtScr.talaH. AdHra.a TK.BAalDIR ELECTBIC CO., 022 SaOAOVfAT. N.W Y0SL DENTISTIIY. A1IAI.I' I)OI.I.'ll fur tho palnleaa eitractlon nf trftbnltlt iMrftKitljinirafrcalidAo, Without icaa. 25o. hlfliant ..M Hlllna-a lui.at bnantlfully nnl.bed frunt 81.00 up. Plaallo Ulllnga (rum 60o. up, llaautllully fiul.bwl ata r), 10, th ,ery Iwat rom 10 up, untoN. Y. O.nulOo., 2UJCthaTe.. Jd duur baluw lttb at., ulip, Uasy'a, Eraiiiia to , Uauoayt to 1, ESTABLISHED 1807. B. M. COWPERMAIT & CO, I'AHI.OR WHITS from SiiO to 330O. LonnxM and Louies lleda from Si t Sofaa and Sola Bada (rant 8101 Kaay chain from HU. UIIA.1IHE1C. NUITH, In Mahozany, AntlqnaOak, Walnut, Aah. Chorry, 4e., SI2 to$3UO. l'llill .l,ASi:sfrom!?7 Pat.nt Rookara from t?l LadWOoaks from 87.50 ( Mantel Olaaaea front 80 1 Conchea from SIOl Wardrobea, 87 to 8T0t CblHonlera, HU to MSO. FOI.DINCHIIDH, zTe.tTarl.ly, 812 to 8100. IIIUISTCAIIH, 82 to 875 Hureaua. 83 to 800. HIDIillOAUD.S, 8IUtogi00 Leather Chair. 83.50 to 825 Cane Cbalra from 50 oenUi Hall Standa, 85 to 8125. DUSKS AMI OFFICII VUItNITUnR, Se. retary. Library and Hookoaaaa. Offloa Cbalra front fllATTItrsSKs from 81.501 Sprlnu Deda. 81t;" 815) Feather Red., pillowa and Uolatara, Comfort-i J ablea and Blaakete. STOVKS AND ItANUliS from ' S3 AIOQURTTfi IIOI)YIIItUSsni.S,VelTet(WU- ton, Tappatry, Inzraln, Hemp and Iiat Oarpeta. OU Clotha, Linoleum. Ruza and Mata, Coooa and China Mattlnga. Window bhidea from 81. per paJri Olooka and Ilroniea from 81.50) Lamp, from 8 1 1 Laoe Cur tain, from 81.50. CUOOKHRY. Paintlnga In oil or water oolora. EnraTina, Ktob Inja. Ac. from 81.50. Oooda aent everywhere. Neat prloe-liit mailed. 153, 155, 157, 150, 101, 103, 105 CHATHAM STREET, 103, 105, 107, 100, 201, 203, 205 PARK ROW, Now York, BETWEEN CITY HALL AND CHATHAM SQUARE. Unab or Credit. Clono Iluyrr Invited. COWPERTHWAIT. ' - THE COLLINS IMPROVED EUREKA INK ERADICATOR. . . ja, 'For Instantly remor jt '")$ iiR ink and other Btoln jfyr$mVtM- . from books, paport, (trWnill 'EUREKA clothing, Ao. wlthoul ,rLclrff'ii''' 8 1DJur7- ConUlas no Hi) R EKAI j'Mlr opplsonont acids and IllftlsliS. ." I,0CS not 'loterlorato. jLa; Sold by all Btatloneri -Z jg" and ilrugguts. Libera) ;'"'" : vsw discount to tho trade, Wrlto for clrcolara. Collins Mfg. & Chemical ,00. 27 UNION StJUARK, NKW YORK. t I'ltioi; on cts. piiit iiox. Vclodpodcs, Brrlnn and Hobby Horaoa, Doll Carrlagca, , Bklgha, Wagons, Dcska, o. Crandall's, 569 Third ave. ',' ' 'OVERCOATS. OVERCOATS. HIESKKIND & CO. (All lllue Slims), 3t)(t AND SOS llKOADWAY, ' COR. WALKKR ST.j NKW YORK.' Open Saturday nlchta until 0 o'clock. "WATERS PIANOS. UprffihU a Hpttcialty. Tlio Ut and moetdarabl mad Warranted mU yenru. Price., low for oaib, or onlntAl nirit only $1(J por niontli. Al a larve lot of fin wc..otlliaiiti biniHtH at itnuit bartiu and un eaty Unnit I'iaiuiH rtiitcu and oxctianed, WAREJIOOMS, m GVU AVIS.. NKAK 18TH ST. GREAT INDUCEMENTS IN FUltNlTIIKE, VAitPIITH ANU DEUUINa. LUDWIG BAUMANN & CO., NOH. 512 AMI 511 STII AVI!.. UHTWEBN 35T1I AM) 3UT11 MTH. 1 PIANOS AND ORGANS. ESTEY PIANOS Tliiwe famoua In.trmnenta contain patented improve mentanotf mud in other ptanoa, and whlob make them M tupurinr In Wne and durability to any other make, lie luiti deciding what piano to boy, oallat No. S Kaat Your teentli alrtwt and ee aud bear tuein. Tbe prloea are loal lor caah or on amall monthly pajruienta. A NyilUKROFo'irANDruprlKiit and aqnare piano i ,"',"ut make, a lightly uumI, almoat aa good aa near, and fully warrauted, will be aold at liberal redactloS JniinrfgularpriLea, plauoetorent. Win. Knabe AOo.. lliotbaae., abote lUbat. l BAltOATNS IN I'iANOHat Mnderaan A Bon'aware. rooma, leSAtb an., nekr 1Mb al.l bu-ga aaaort meut o( new and allghtiy ummI planoa ut oar uwu aaa utb.r make, at very attracure prluea. a" MIK "OI'KUA " PIANO, tbe moat popular and thi nneat In tbe market, only 910 monthly until paldl one quarter', uiualo leeanu (rnei rent only SSl aend (of catalogut. I'cekASun. am Weat 47th eu7oomr U'way.