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Br r THE WORLD, FRIDAY EVEOTWO, DECEMBER 33, IftSt; .
Bar Hi " Tv
Est.' imS yv 2cM
Hi' rS
BIS, No dangor of "Baby's" boing
Bf overlooked ; tho dealers in toys
WmL and fancy goods are taking caro of
mat him at a furious rato theso last
Kit days of Christmas shopping. But
HP how about tho " old man " and tho
WW larger boys?
Kjrfj, Let us suggest:
KW; 15 or $20 will buy a fino ovor
mlm coat for a man, if soloctcd from our
!ft reduced lots.
wW $5 will buy an overcoat or
mm knickorbockor suit for a small
wjmt hoy nico ono, if you'll look
Mb'- among tho " bargains " in oithor
ljl of our stores.
K A Canadian toboggan suit for
fH man or boy would bo a brilliant
ft, gift; S8 to $12. Tobog' over-
coats for children, 5.
Km, Houso coats, wrappors, fin-nap,
liol robes 'and gowns, all "bo
a1 English " and so comfortable as
jjp well as bright and pretty
3E prices, S7 to 20. Dressing
IP" gowns for boys, too.
M q doubt if a " habordashor "
in Jni town has buoIi a stock of
m holiday canes and umbrellas as
ffl: wo have in oithor store ; many
W 'unique designs in handles and
$t much bolow usual prices.
1 Rogers, Peet & Co.,
CLOTHES, HATS AND SI10K8,
UUOAUWAY AND I'KINCU HT.,
WL UUOAUWAY AND HUD HT.
vv' -
, 41 THE B1G KFT STILL ADMIT.
r A Bcleii Rumor of Its Ttrcovery Th-
Ht Uraut Will Alio Heck It.
EW " 6TECUL TO TUX WOULD,
$' Boston, nee Si. It Is rumored here to-nlcbt
Rc-J.' thtt the miming lumber ran ass beta picked up
jjs and Is being towed lulo port bj au lncomluc
HjjpSi ateamer of tbe Lcylahd Une, which carries freight
Evj?- ' between bere end Liverpool, lliu rumor U not
HJH confirmed at tbe wharf of the company In Charles-
Bk!w town. No ateamer of that line Is reported as hav.
&& ton been sighted.
Ms?. Tb all-abtorblng topic of com crsation In marl-
Biff time circles vesterday was tbe whr reabouta of the
Sfc' tnontter raft which was abandoned bv tho steamer
Ep", Miranda last Saturday COO miles distant from Bandj
Kfcs Hook. The raft la floating probably In the track of
Hfrf, our large transatlantic steamers. All jesterdsj
Hg.r Bupt. Houghton, of tbe llatltime Exchange, and
KR Lieut. Cottman,ln charge of tbe Iljdrogaphlo Ofllce
Bij?! In tbts city, were i)lcd wllb uunitrous Inquiries as
Bjr. totbr probable whereabouts of the floatlDg Umber.
Hf& As to the chances of tbe logs remuiulng In contact
Has the Lieutenant was exceedingly doubtful, lit
Ok rather Inclined to tbe opinion tnat the raft would
Ek break, and then be a still more dangerous obstacle
NB to navigation. "It Is not probable." the Llcnten
HSL ant continued, that the raft hai floated very lar
WBm from the spot where It was loit. Home say that
Ju' it will drift along quite rapidly, but 1 do not
HK think It will more man a knot an hour. Tho
Mis i direction in whtcblt will float Is only a matter
He Of conjecture. Ihg prevailing winds slum the
v' raft has been adrift bare been from tbe westward,
WgXt as have been the seas. These phenomeua woul
cK tend to drive tbe raft to the eaatnard.
jsSn"- "It tbe raft, "he said, "should g'j too far to the
Wwkt eastward It If liable to coma In contact with I n
Wi current from the Arctic Ocean, which would natur-
Vp ally send it to tho southward. Supposing that
tP It had got within the Influence of tuts cunent, If
. the winds should blow with great force from thu
K5 Westward they would f orco It Into Ike Quit Mrearu. "
HE, The Incoming steimers which arrived yester-
9K day brought no Information of tbe rait, 'ine
SSa Qotbla an I Bohemia, of Dec. 21, paseed within a
tm- snort dUtante of where tho Miranda left the r.ift.
KR The steamers hadno Idea that they were In such
(flf close proximity to a thing which It they
Yf struck would without doubt send them to
't tbo bottom. At the time they passed In
14k the vicinity the weather was very dark,
?f, with only a moderate lireez blowing Late jester.
ask day afternoon bupt. Ilougbton, of the Maritime
:' Exchange, received a teleeram from Mr. Leury,
IraL,- the owner of the raft, that be had despatched the
HWt, ateamer 'Morse in search of bis timber. The
pi! cruise for the raft will bo under tbe supervision of
fivIL Uspt. LUilefleld. The revenue cutter Ursnt, dpi.
W Davis, w.s to hare Joined the searchers yesterday,
tESi but not navtnir been able to get bis vessel Id trim,
KB the Captain was obliged to postpone his departure
N&, until to-dar. Capt. Davis will cruise to the eau
few irard. lie raid that bis vessel bad not the power to
Hf admit of bis handling the raft. Tbe Enterprise Is
Eij' Sow searching tor tbe raft,
M Wi7 the Clgnr Trnde lias Left New York.
Hfsr t triciiL to tux wobld. I
SKjK ' Bvrrxvo, Dec S3. President Btrasier, of tbe
Kw' dgar-Makers' International Union, was Inter-
mK Viewed at but office In tbe Fitch Instltnte to-day
Bf bpos tbo altnatlon In New Wrk, tnd especially la
sVLri rsmrato the ateument that tbs manufscturera
mg, yHM Bs to rum ttrirrnnt'lKinio vou ba.
VsvJl
e. j. mm & co "
HVCUlimoltti TO
A. T. STEWART & CO.
(ItKTAII,).
SPECIAL BARGAINS
FOll TIIK
HOLIDAYS
IN
EVERY DEPARTMENT.
5.00O
FINE SILK UMBRELLAS,
NATURAL AND FANCY HANDLES,
From $1.85 to $25.00 each.
ENGRAVING DONE FKEE.
6.00O DOZEN
FINE HANDKERCHIEFS
IN FANCY BOXES,
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN,
at 35c. to $4.50 por box.
1,000 DOZEN
FANCY HEMSTITCHED
EMBROIDERED UlDKERalllEFS
at 12 l-2c. each ; reduced from 25o.
rSOO LAD3ES'
JAPANESE WRAPPERS
at S 10.50 each;
REDUCED FROM $16.50.
Also a groat vnrloiy of
UNIQUE FANCY ARTICLES,
WORKS OF ART,
BRIC-A-BRAC, ETC.
at exceptionally low prices.
Broadway, 4th ave., 9th antP 10th sts.
Toboggan Suits
FOR
Ladies, Gontlemen and Children.
Unique and beautiful de
signs styles exclusively our
own and prices as low as
possible. Orders oxocutod
at short notice ; Special
Hates to Clubs.
James McCreeryfe Co,,
Broadway and lltli St.
ciuio of outside cainiietltlmt. '"Ine re.non that
Now Yoilc Is loaliig trauo In henauso of the Intro
duction of '200 uutK'h-ninkliiK intchlnea, which
make un Inferior article uiu thus hvc ilcolrojul
the former reputation of ciuarx nuido In thut rlty.
Weatisllil our utuioat lo tircuk. up lummtm
houne work. Wo oatu fought the system fur ten
years and intend to keep up the llithU No ten-eimm-house
tniiuufnuturcr onn receive our lalicl,
tind we have lucreancd tho uso of the label during
the past tW07cars by over twenty millions. "
U0N0KLNG 'TJJEIK DKAD COMRADE.
Irish Nutlnnnl Iiruuoers Adopt .tleinnrlnl
ltrsolutlons on IlliOor IIuuiirrD's Dcmli.
At a mcctlDgoftho Municipal Council of tho Irish
National League, held last night at tbo Fourth
District Ciurt, st Klgbteonth streit und Fourth
avenue, the following resolutions wciradopted:
H At rrai. Almlahty (lod In bit wliduiu ba o&lld
from our rauka Major dsiusa URasurly, ii tinf our ali.t
and moi t icaluua awooUteat out vrhom toIom haa ritiiK
out In elouubnl tuna in dalt'iiaii of lrl.h nattmialiiy;
onft vrhuAM KUiuoaiy of lrtilnuU'a tauim anil lrntaud'a
clalrna liaa vvbr wuu frionda lor tur oiipioitvd tiuther
land; lu it tiumture
KfotTfJ, 'iliat wa. tbe Municipal Council of tbo lri.h
Ialioiiat txaicueof Ncsr York Citjr.oiprtHn our vory ilfep
an very amenro numb at lh uottu uf Majur Jaiuvs
Uagcerty, and our .nii.eof tb itroal lo.a ur tauai li
i au.ialiied in the di-mi-n of thu iaiuviitud I'rM.tdunt of thu
Manhattan llrancb of tba ltl.U National IeigUH
J.fi ttvtit, ' I bat wo otpri.a to tbo aorrowm rulitlvtf of
our lain aa.ocLte our aiiiotro iupaliiy in tlua thuir
hour ol beroattniinl. but vwi al.o a.k tin m ton nicmtiftr
thai the voloo now tllltd forovar tirtoi ip Hit champion 1
tbe riabta ot man and tho claimant a alruuaie, boll tbvra
furs furthar
Itttolrt'l, That a commlttpo of alt lis aptiointfd to
rcpriae it tbe Municipal Council In Iha obtmiulua ot our
lamouted Jriend.
The Council then appointed John 1'. llyan, John
V. (Jululiy, Ijiwrenco F. Fulluui, Frauds
Crawley. It. J. Kennedy and Jouu J. llorgau.
l'utrlck UleaBon presided.
A DECAP1TATEU BODY ROLLED OUT.
Frrlulit Laborrrn Crcatly Nrnrcil by n Sub.
Jen Tor DUsertlon.
urciiL to Tnr. woni.n.l
FAtnroiiT, N. Y., Dec. Si While a party of la
borers at tbe Victor railroad station In tills locality
were loading freight cars, this inoruiutr, tno head
of a larve barrel fell out und the naked ami blood)
body of a man rolled out. The head was cut away
close lo the shoulders. The laborers nete fright,
ened and ran away from the (reignt-lioufc. Croud
came to the piece, but tho Coiouer did not arrive
until the middle ol the aftiruoou. It vius found by
that time that tho bndj shipped to somebody
In Now Yurk for ulnaediou tu tUe to. I' go of l'hjsi
clans and Murjcons.
'ihe shinier Is Ja,mcs M. Marshal, a medical
student In Manchester. Ilosiystlte body la that
of u poor, ml-erjnlo old drunkard nam d Hiram
bumper, who aold ttla body to Marshal and an ituer
met leal student lsat July for fd und one galluu of
whiskey. Hlamperdiid on Monday und Marahal
i (aimed thu body, lie cut off the bead Jiecaune the
barrel was too small for the body aud because he
wanted the head for his own study. lie produced
Clamper's had in a paper lug to proe nta state
ment. Tne body wa put back In the turret and
lorwurded on to New York by the Coroner' order.
YVnalilncton Ni'e N'otca.
Becrotary Wbltnty has returned to Waabtnston from
Now York.
Tbo OoTernment recelpta ao far thla month amount to
S21.6UT.HJi. beins an ucw of r.',UJ,.137 orcr the
labaraamanta for toe aame period.
beoretary Kalrcbdd baa autborlaed tbe c,olleotora of
cuitoma at New ork and Newp rt lo make auvb uae of
tbe roTenue outtera Orant and Dealer In Kuardlna
asalnat danger from tbe drifting raft aa tbe Intereata of
commeroe aeem to demand,
ThaSenato yesterday oonflrmed the appointment of
O. b. titraua. ot New York, aa Minister lo turkey;
h. 'I. Mlhair. of Maryland, aa heiret ry or Lecstiou
In Itraad, auu a la.gj number of I're.ideutlai l'ott
mastera.
Tba Department of btat la Informed that s Universal
Indostrtal Uspoailton will be opened at lirueeela In May,
and that Messra. Aruutroog A Co., of llroedttay. New
York, Have been anMionaad to represent tbe lnanag e
neat In the UrdtedrBUtse. The tuns for tbe presents.
Hon of lUBUBtff tor spacs bu Ptra ssuadsd t
. . . . . . . ' -- ". ..".wsssssj..WB(WBg,
BlV asBBBslHlft L. HlsH carail Vtf JLaBBHsBBBasasH L. HsflsssisBBHefle T tsassV eWssV
sk jk iH $ Bm. BttL Btt i& HH Tt$"i BsBI HH S&sKE
ssssssssssssssssssssssl sssssssssssssssssssssH lUjBM rUftjjKWJiJEB tasVEnnLsisssKwrB7l Jtiff9 RE&rl&J SSSSSBSSSSV
"3a? aH SassB aV wHBB&QMShI off ss&lwefllef fc. WEjBJF & B
gfiTO-DAY AND TO-MORROW
T&Mk WE WILL SELL EVERY rniHra
1 iKw k oo tin tin wm qm nn IMSi Wmr
1 SATIN-LINED' OVERCOAT JW.
Jf IN OUR STORE ' Jfl
AT
$10, $12 AND $14.
NOTICE Those magnificent overcoats are made from the very finest of foreign goods, such as Montagnacs, Chinchillas, Whitnoys, Korsoya,
Irish Frieze, a&c. They are the most elaborately trimmed and exquisitely made garments that wo have over manufactured, and wo will give yort
your choice during TO-DAY and TO-MORROW, at $10, $12 and $14. Written guarantee with every coat sold, and, if not satisfactory money
instantly refunded, allowing tho purchaser six days to decide.
ALSO,
5,000 BOYS' IIEAVY WINTER SUITS AT ONE DOLLAR PER SUIT.
5,000 BOYS' HEAVY WINTER OVERCOATS AT ONE DOLLAR EACH.
i
CLOTHING CO., j
86 sEtM-cL 88 iOO'VST'.B.Orsr., OODEIJWIHIL 3EIEgT?iJHK. ST.
ANOTHER "Jj" HOAU GRAB.
A l.nritp Hlleri of Ilia City's Writer Front on
tliii llnrli'iii l.ciiHctl by tbe monopoly.
Proptrty-owners'on tho west sldo of town are
somewh.it wrought up ovor the reported lease by
tho Iloird of loc Commissioners to the Manhat
tan Klevated H iilwny of a largo and Taluablo pleoo
of the city'i water iron! on tho Harlem. Negotia
tions have lii'en pendlii)! foruloiiK time, as It was
tho dinlre of tha railroad people to obtain extended
facilities for the huualutt ol outlines, switching,
supplylUK of toal and general terminal Tf orklnxs
of ihclr builnini. 'Ihe prtiperty In question, which
within n fi w years will have attained an attnost
lucii.culaulo uliie, lor many cotislderatlouB, la
located at Ouu Hundred und rift)-ulnth stnet and
Ulcluii utiuue, and reafiius from that point aomo
illstauco noriii. A portion of It will necessarily
liae to lie ndcemod from Ihe water, and tnules
seis, bifore they can utilize tho land, will havo a
lot of ulllnuMuio do. 'Ihe fart of tho property
be lit? on l no river front will Kive It an added value
to thum, since. If plirs are reeled, a moat des ra
tio means ot supply will thus ha been obtained.
When uivotlutiuus llrat began the railroad com
pany wna desirous of nuKtnK the period as Ioiir
as po'Hltilf, and endeavored to secure a Irase for
nity yearn ,it u very moderate rate. This term the
Dock Hoard considered too lout;, and eomprom sed
by oonacntliiff to u leaao fur ten yesra, with two
opportunities of ten-year rmuv.iK Tno matter Is
at t resent In abeyance, and It Is vety doubt Inl If the
lease w ill I e perfected at the terms named, Inaimucn
us rral estate owners tu that vicinity propose taking
ncilve steps to prevent It. They hold that within
a few years lout; before the time allowed by tbo
propo-ed iiaso-tho property will be worth au
annual rental of fabuluui amount, which could not
bvuln to no connted In the thousands, whereas the
terms iroponed arc JMXX) for tr.o first ten years
aud a minimal tncrrae for the subsequent terms.
U J. N. (dark, l'resident of the Uoard of Dock
Cotninlloners, was found by a Vomj reporter
last night at his home, No. V3t Fourth avenue, lie
said:
"There haB been snoh a negotiation as yon
mention, and an agreement to leasohas beeBsjiude;
but as yet no netual louse has been perfected "
' Hum toon will a consummation be reached?"
'That It would be Impossible to tell. The agree
ment la now In the bands of tbe Corporation
Counti 1. Mr. M or tan J. U'llrlen, for his Inspection,
and when It will take more substantial forr than It
has at present, I do not know. The papers were
given to the Corporation Counsel yesterday."
' What are tbe terms of the agn ement J"
" 1 Uou'i want to try and aiate them without
reference to tho papers, which are locked up at the
oiricc."
James Matthews, Treasurer of the Hoard, lives
at No. KS K.ist blxtj. fourth street, but was
not at home wi.eu a rcportes called. None, of
the oniicis of the elevated railway citupatiy
would stale what they Intended doing wi'h
the big parcel of land Ibey propose to
lease for so much bilow Its rental value. 'Ihe res
idents and propirty-holders In tno'Vlolnlty promise
to contest the lease with great energy.
s-e
Mr. I'owderly la tbe It. of L.
isrrciit. TO TBTt would. t
PniLADELrnu, Deo. W. General Master vFork
tnsn l'owdrrly published In to-day's laiue of the
Journal of lnltett I.alwi; hlsofllcial orjsn, a card
In which he speaks of bis weakened physical con.
dltion, and asks for a vacation. He says:
Our rosmbers wilt, I bops, deal InduUrently with me
for ibe remainder of thla rear. I am positively forbidden
by my docior to talk or atlr any mors, than ta abeolatebr
tteossaui lortbsBatS few Weeks. Averr .UdJaaUoo as
tbijpraaatwrtUalafavcaLlstomyJopItisTsra '
t
but the trouble li of uo Miioui ft nature ft to require
time. I rfgrt rery macti tlttt ray literi for tba Journal
btTH bien iilcontlnud. efeu for on lsun.
I litd arum, undsr wny and will, I irut, be nbla to
reiunio neit wettk, In fiowof th fict that Inejt.eoled
tit takn a vnoation Uurinn the aumnier month 1 am
utUtlfd that tb Older will not ..bjret to my doing ao
now, eien though it I ft little lata In tliBstmson, Most
eiticflreiy do 1 with for tbe Order tbo (ulleat meiuuro vt
euccaas. J o nil of our members do 1 wuti ft Joyoui, uirry
ObrUtuifts ftnd ft happy uuvr ) ear t
MCTIMS OF A NOVEL FRAUD.
Ohio Hustle l.'ntrntipcd nnil Nently Hvr Indlcil
Out or i!,500.
larrrut, to tu woat-n.
Iikuspontaine, O. , Dec. S3. Tao well-drcMCd
strnnccrs csllcd at tho law office of Kennedy &
Hteen last fall und employed tbo Junior partner to
look up tbo financial standing ot a number of
farmers and substantial citizens, whose names
the furnished, for which they paid him $13. Alter
this was done they opened an offlic and represented
that the Government Intended to use tho surplus lit
tbe Treasury for the "benefit of the people, "und
that It was proposed to start wbat they called Na
tional Depositories " at certain polntr, Uellcfontalnc
being chosen as one of the "disbursing stations."
They tuld that JloO.WW would I o sent to llellefon
taint) and loaned to the new bank ut 3 per cent, per
annum and the interest would not be lolleotcd for
fifteen yeara and would then betaken out of the
original deposit. All that was required to become
u 'dlreetor" was to put up a specified amount
and when f5,00() wasralsidtbo "bank Inspector,
then at Cincinnati," would be tele.rupbcd for and
all things arranged.
Tnuoparcnt as the fraud was, John OnlHnd, the
pnnclt al victim, was taken In easily. lie la about ser
entr years old. (Jutland went to the bank aud bor
row d ti,KX, gelling a eerilflcate of deposit and
promising to return twice the amount lor deposit
within teu days, lie took the certificate to the men
and they told mm It mutt be In gold, whereupon he
went back and got the coin In five sacks of t&uo
each. The sharpers connted the money carefully,
put It tn their jmokets and showed the old in in
out- saying! "This Is our way of closing bustue-s,
and It you ever say auythlog about It, even to your
wife, we will kill you." lie was dared and kept
the mattrr to himself until the note fell due thla
week, when be had to disclose the fraud. Several
other persons were victimized, among them Dr. li,
V. ilcKlnuon, who has since died.
is ss
T liana- for Killing- .tire. Cross.
ISriCUL TO TUX WOULD.
Hoirz, N Y., Deo. Si Tbe trial of Clement
Arthur Dsy for the murder of Mrs. Joile It, Cross
was couclttdtd to-day, and the Jury returned a
ve rdlct of murder In the first decree. 1 he prisoner
waived the two days allowed by law to Intervene
before sentence and refused to be sworn, leering
at the Judge and saying: "You've got enough
about me; now go on and bang ma " Judge S lll
ums sentenced Mm to be hanged In the Uttca Jail
Feb. 9, lboU lie received the sentence coolly.
Election llsiy at tbe Driving Club.
The New York Driving Club met for Ha annual
election of officers last eight and with thla result ;
President, Alfred do Cordovs; VI c-rreiidrnt, J.
li. Houston; 1 restorer, A. II. Clsnlu. During the
year the club nss held four meetings at Fleetwood.
The mrtnbershlp hsa nearly doubled during tno
year. The club has erected a tobojgsn slldo 2,000
feet long, with seventy-five electric lights, and
twenty llarlem IUUrotd train will itop taoo, wat
dally at the ircrundsH '
'
u jsf tUxf C rlltlksJlsjibjL alaieSnJlf'll.ii'llikf'
THE CHAMBERLAIN WILL REPORT.
must Let I lie- Ilonnl of Kstliuntc Know tlir
Vlniiiicliil Afliilrs of Ills tllllcc.
The Board of Estimate and Apportionment yes
terday continued Its task of considering tho anal
estimates for tho various city departments for the
year lb3i The District-Attorney's oillco was ul
loned iliS, TOO. 'Ibis Included U3, 7J0 forsularics
und oltUe xiu use, ;o, 000 tor .irrenr ancs in the con
tingent tiiiidol 1SM7, aud IA0e0 for contingencies
In ISM. District-Attorney .Muriluo explained that
thu LontliiKeiulesuicouuiwasextraoniiuurily large
onlngtntiio "boodle" trials. He also naked for
t-D, 000 to emp loy four special assistants to prepare
cases for trial, but us the inm wus not lncimied lu
too provisional esllina.o the ijuestlon ot the right of
the lloard to Kraut li was n cried to the Corpora
tion Ciunicl. 'I ho Heulstor's olflce was given
lll,T0O for salaries, $1,700 for temporary help,
tiU.bOU for the preservation of the publio records
aud jjoo for coutlngciicles total, $100, poo.
Kx-Jtidgo A. II. J uppeu asked for au appropria
tion of $75,000 to Improve the roads and avenues in
the annexed illctrUu This amount, be said, would
give ten miles ut good roads, and the work could
be doue during tbe wlntor, thns giving employ
ment tu a great many men who would otherwise
be compelled lo rem iln Idle. 'Ihe Hoard declined
to tnaku tiieapiropriatlou.
For the Mayor's olUcejao, 000 was anproprlated,
and I7J.UC0 for the Common Council. Tne nuance
Dupuruneut was tutu taken up, und $39,000 was
allowed for cleaning markets, $7,&00 for con
tlnginclea, $1HS.&00 lor salaries aud IB, 000 (or
temporary clerks.
Wue i tno item of $35, 000 for Ihe City Chamberlain
was tuken up May r Hewitt asked If tho Chamber
lain ever made uuy report of his rccilpts and ex
penditures, and was told that he did not.
"Nell,'1 said the Mayor, "I think the publio
should know something about this oIUcc. I nave
been i bargeJ wltu payiug a political utsiiMueui of
110,000. '1 he Chamberlain, I understand, beliewu
lu ri forming tnK Uupposa wu see what he guts."
A resolution was therefore adopted Instructing
tho Chamberlain to make a roport to the Comp
troller suuwltig tbe receipts and disbursements of
his orilce.
The sum of $2,413,673.31 was appropriated tor
Slate t ixei and other buio expensts.
ihe Uoard will meet again 'Inesdar, and the final
vote on thu estimato will be takeu Wednesday,
rropoacd Air l.lue Kullroad to Omnlia.
IfricLU. to Tni wonLD.t
Ouaiu, De& SI Secroiary Nottlnger, of the
Hoard of Trado, haa rectlved a communication
from Isaac II. Farquar, of Now York, in which Mr.
Faruuarsais ho Is thep s.cssorof u charter ior un
air line railroad irom New York City to Council
Ulufrs, und that he in so owns u charter for u bridge
over tho Mlnaourl ltlver at this point, Issued by I
congress, makii'ga continuous Hue Irotn Now York
to Omaha. Mr. Farquar wishes to onaulze a syn
dicate to Sun ey the line tnat will furuisn llOO.Oul
for that purpose. He further says he has corre
spondence with a strong London syndicate who
agree to boy tbo bonds anil furnish steel rails for
the road.
Who Ilought Ives's Dank Mock
run.iDri.niu, Dec. 84 It has been rumored
that there would bo an entire chance ot manage
ment at tho coming meeting of tho directors of the
r-eventh National llaok of this city. It Is stated
th.ua New York syndicate has secured control of
the bank, 'j his is the bank Henry H. Ives A Co.
tried to buy lu order to aid lu his operations. When
Ives fslled the plan fell through, and the Block,
whlcn had been nought through clerks in lawyers
offices and others for Ives, went Into other people's
bands. Who now owns the majoritj ol swckl
1 1 mown.,
PIANOS.
Immense aaaortraent offlflgant Upright and Square
Grand r.anoft. Pricea, 8275 to 3600, and aold on
payments of
Only $10 per Month.
Also, a number of econd-hand Pianos from 850 to
9'JOO. lermi, 83 to $8 iwrrannih.
Old Pianos taken to pari pajment for new ono.
Horace Waters k Go.
1 24 5th Ave., near 1 8th St.
OI'KN KYKNINGH UNTIL JAN. 1.
A FINE IMPOIITKD
KERSEY OVERCOAT,
Worth $25.00, for $16.00.
HBRSMKINB&CO.,
Alon's, Hoy' anil Children's Clothing,
30(1 AND 31)8 UUOAUWAY.
COH. WALKKIt ST.. NKW YOIIK.
OI'KN HATUIIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK.
LUDWIG BAUMANN & CO.,
NOS. BIS, SlsBTUAVK.,
BKT. 35T1I AND 30TH bT3.
KREAT HOLIDAY Hula now in progress
of l'UKNITUUli und OAUI'liT.I.
Terms CAbll or CUIiDIT on your own
Irrins.
Ol'liN EYKMNCJH UNTIL O O'CLOCK.
riANOS AND OKGANS.
isTiYPainos
Tbeaa faraoua fuatrumenta oootaln patented lmproTS
menta not found In other pianos, and wbleb make tbeni
superior la tons and durablUty to any other make. lid.
lure deudlng what piano to boy. Sail at No. 5 hast Four
teentb street and aee and hear tbem. 1'bs prloea axe low
for cash or on small muutbly payments. fc
A NUMIIKROPORAND, uprlsht and aquarepiaaoa
V our rnake, allahtlr oaed, ahnoat aa good as new,
ana fully warranted, wilt be aold at a hbaral reduotloa
from regular prloea t pianos to rent. Wm Knaba JkOo,,
lUOthan., above lltbat.
mHK "OPBItA" PIANO, the moat popular and tha
X ttnest In the market, only 910 monthly until paid
one Quarter's muala lesaona free tent only 9ot send for
catalogue. Peek k Son. Ulo West 7tb at..oornw U'way.
UENT1STUY.
A MALI' IIOI.I. alt for the palnleaa extraction of
teeth with perfectly pun fresh (1 Ax. Without a:aa,
Q&o. Klesaut guld tUMnsa most beautifully finished from
SI, 00 up. I'Isslio rllllnga from Win. up, lleautlfully
nl'bed sets .t, (ll, sjlU. the very best Irom 41U up.
I'll II IIA.Ml". tlOUI'AjN V. Doutlstsof long ew.
rienoo, auooeaaorsto N. Y. Dental Uo,, UOJOtbava., Ui
door below litb at.,opp,Macy'a. hv'ngatotl. bandars, 1,
V the dsy, and bleak and drear
JI3VV .eaiUlTertJergtoUioreiv
AKMCWWsKiifl1' ALL MENW
AAtKsWWSjMatawlftxr ted tarouau Indlacretioruieir
SBJP?VlVJilW4wa!Rolh,:'1,',,,' iitauasTKarTa
juntw mil fh!RZ&i.9na MB
KKrSJtXmtfJMX t Vat. Got. iO".'w4t for this
FfrVgrfelsilCT tnrpoi. Uctrst a Blli-'
M Hi YTrfjtJXTftfu V (Hobsb Soothlav Carrfsilsl
KLktTKUITTtlirllMl.iKPARTH,reitorlogthmtoIlULTa
tail VltsOKOlH HTltK .M.TII. Alw Ilelti for Ume Back,BhHaliMt
kttlnr CenpIalnli.ACs Flectric Current folt I ruUntly or wt forMa
f t,000 C sb. drritrtt iMpntvcmtiU orer all othtn. Worst Casft
IVrnanrnllj CurtM. In S must hit fnlM Pin ph let 2o tarn p. AddL
THt SAHOEH EUCTBIC CO.. 022 BBOADWAT. NIW YOltli
IBteSS Ely's Cream Balm.
P34?aNUa Will do more In Caring
EmEVJl CATARRH
BsV y ! Than 8000 lu any
alsVw other war.
IMBVm5 Applr Ilslm Ihto each noatrlly
jAxJ Klt llROS.,23IGrsenwIobstir,y
I " . .. i
BANKING AND FINANCIAIi.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO !
1ST C0NS0L GOLD 6S. J
DUE 1027. INTEREST JANUARY AND j
JULY. AND PAYABLE IN NEW YOIUE. 1
THE IbSUK OF TIIE8K BONDS IS UMITEO TO I
(30,0011 rKU MILK, SECURED BY ALL TIES 1
PltOI'KHTY AND FIIANCHISES OF TUE 001X 1
PANY. THIS IB A FIKBT-OLA88 PROPEIlTYa ft
KllEE FHOM I'LOATINO DEBT, HAVING NO
OAIt-TIlUSV BONDS OB CONSTBUOTION AO. V
COUNT Ol' ANY DKSOIUPIION. OIRCULAB ft
UONTAININO FINANCIAL IIKPOIIT BUOWINO V
LAUOK BURl'LUB EARNINGS OVKH INTEREST s
CHAUOES AND OTHER PARTICULARS CAN BU
HAD ON APPLICATION TO THE UNDERSIONEU.
BIMULTANKOUS ISSUE OF THESE BONDS 13
MADE IN NEW YORK, BOBTON AND OU10AQO.
FRANK C. H0LLINS & C0.f. ,
11 WALL HT., NEW YOllIt CITY.
I j
NKW PUPIjIOATIONS. I I
TWELVE TIMES ONE. . I
By Miss LATHIIUKY, author of " Seven Uttls Malos.t
Ifao-almlle water-color drawlnga. llo. boards. 1 1.76.
WORTHINGTON'S ANNUAL I
for 1688, Illustrated with upward ol 600 original aagrsvJ I
loss, printed In oolors. 4 to, boarda, Jl.oo. I
Worthlngton Co., 747 B'way.N.Y, I
- I
H05ia:OPATIlY.-NoBitlraatfthomcijopftthIomd- J
foine liaRcreiorftulduodrr numbrra or nj nm m
other tlnn tliv ffflclal on irtTa Id tb ttftodtrdt II
"Arorruan Humcsipatlilo rbarniftcopCBiA," of wbtoU M
ww ar uubll-Dersi a fact wurtU noting, thla. Thftftftm
u true, ft! so, of Titrlnary rauifxilaa. Oar mdloloa ftntl
Urinary rtunwdiM t driuciata ftnd ai oar pbarpucleft, M
Ufttalocue. (ndai and TaUniunr chart xnftUftd fraojj
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