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HK - . TIIE WOULD: MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 1889.
Hi CAN'T FIGHT, BUT CAN STEAL
H CAPT, COHPTON'S ESTIMATE OP THE WAll-
H R1MG HAITIANS.
B, u Bnr T,I,y ri""5erd b" ltartlan Ue-
H pnnllp D.aplt. HI Conatant Vigilance.
BbBI artciai. to tn iTimna would. I
Bf Borrow, Feb. 1L The IUytian Itopnblle,
Bf cow n blitorlo and world-fumed vessel,
.aE Mrtjved In Iloston Harbor last night.
IHJ The Tense) laid to in tbo bnrlior uutil day-
H llcb.t. A tua cbartered for the imrH)Bo con.
IB Teved the Etenino Would correspondent
B to her llde aonio time after midnight.
V Copt, Oompton, the resolute oommandor
H 'WtJp ha atnok to his ship tlirouch thick and
H tbip. was on deck and greoted hi visitor
lHHff ' OirT. COMPTON, OF TUB IUVTUN JlEI'UnLIC.
IHBfi He talked freely of tbo difllcnlty be had on-
1 countered in the region of tbo ' ' blucku. "
H : Bald be i
iHHi ') Tbo reason my ship was (seized was that
I wo bod on board four delegate)) to tbo 1'ronl-
dentfal Convoutlou. These ifontleman wore
pasgongerti from Now York, and LJgitimo or
tiered them seized at at any cost. You boo.
Legitime hue declarod biumelt elected, and
all Ue required to lejrHzo tbo nelf-rtoolnred
elootion was iiut four votoit. arid we bad that
number on board, fortunately for bint and
nufortunatoly for no, Wo had made no at
tempt to run the blockade. In fact, knew
! nothing about it. I know, for a fact, that
tho order to seizo tbo ship was given eight
days beforo our arrival at Port au Prince
He expressed tbo opinion that if Hlppolylo
t could got tho Cnrondolet, now being detained
H at' New York, bo would wipe legitime com.
.H ! plotely out of oxisteucs.
B " The roscnlx under Legitlmo won't fight. "
H ho said, "they don't know what nghing is.
HS They don't Huow one end of a guu from an.
IH 11. 0. Morsa, agont of tho Company, said
H that the stoauicr'ti tafo arrival was duo prm.
H i oipally to tbo indefatigable exortioni of the
HH chief engineer, who had worked night and
Hi. , day nxlng up the machinery. 'Die linytiamt
H i bad plundered the whip of mauy of its con.
BH neclions aud robbed her in spite of the vigi-
KiB' lance of the captain lilmHclf.
BB In answer to a nuoBtlon an to the rituatlon
HnBw at present In Havti, Mr. Morse said thu pros-
VflVft. poets were not very encouraging.
H i ' THOUSANDS ON THE BUCK LIST.
HB9I Men Who Took l'nrt In tue Tlr.Up Kept
HBBJB Out of Work by the Cuinpaulre.
IHffiB Thostroet railway men who took part in
Bf. ! tho late Btriko are faring very badly In their
jBx1 I effortBtoget reinstated. Not ovor 2,000 of
JpvsSM' i the 6,250 who went out have been ro-cin-
'sSjHk; ployed, and as the majority bavo families tho
' HBhBV i prospoct is vory gloomy.
HBBBB The striken) any they bavo proof that tho
iBBBBBS , companies are blacklisting them. One of the
BBHHk , oldest drivers in tbo city, who bus Uien on
BBB ; ' the Ilroadway road for a long timo, applied
' ; at the Belt Line cillko. imd Ihn
BPHSf ' day after he wax employed ho wan
MhB ! informed that bo was not wanted. Tbo kuiuo
HJ V man went to tbo Fourth Avenue Compuuy
;, and met with klmilar treatment. He is a
BBB - marked man, like several thousands moro.
MB i It is reported that trio Eighth Avenue Com-
IBBB I Pony to.doy dlxcbarged twentv-four of its
BBBB old hands to mnko room for as mnuy green
'BBhB ones who were recchiug initructionH wbilo
BBBB 1' the discharged men went doing good service.
.BBBB Thoro is muob iudignatiou among the old
BBBBK bands, who boliove that the Comuuny will
BBRBk dlsmlsH moro of them to givo jilaceH to new
'BBBBK men. There is (trong talk of placing u boy-
'BBbBK' oott on the road.
BBBBK.- ""'e Arlou'n Illg Pantomime
BBhBBj i Tlie annual matk ball aud Winter carnival of
BBvBV,; ' the fauiouu Arlon Bocitty will tale place on Feb.
"BW "t in the MetroiK)litau Oera-Hoiio, and with-
'BV out doubt will bo the fluent ier glvuu by the Bo-
.(' ciety in the wav of Korneoua and niagnitk-ent
BBhBk1 utage entertainment. Home hundreds of people
'BBBBaV' have been onKuijed In take part in a mounter
BBBBK' pantomime which will reprvtant tlie trialx of
BBBB1'' Arlon, his attempted murder by tho crew of a
, BBBBft' Hicillau galley, his rtxeue by a dolphin and tinal
BBBBK Mr i'lieodore 1 label man, of tho Opera-Hotine,
: li will arrange tlie patitomime, and Prof. Fr.
BBBB Iteltrol. with, nn oichestra of lUO.wiUturui.il
BBBBli Incidental munic.
't Tlie gpnrkllna Coterie.
BBVBI T)i aboue old-time organization will hold its
' HB twenty-sixth annual ball at tbo Metiopolitau
. BBBBw' Opera-Uotue on the 2Uth Inst. The iucreaned
; B roll of memberahip and the untinug cfTortu of
Hf i (be Committee in charge will tend to make the
BkWBHr . affair a grand uuccemi. Gov. Hill Imn already
.ABBBBBBBi slgnlned his wllllnunesii to attend, it official du-
1 ties do not compel blm to remain at the oapltnL
TJVIw If present hu will occupy the box with 3layor
WrrVT H Grant, if the two eligible baohelors cannot be
Rhi V ' W persuaded to ko on the floor.
Kk X zt'r , Auctioneer Walters will sell the boxes for the
k.iNiME' .ll.,t the club-rooms, No. 18B4 Broadway, on
tdtiBBBr Vrednssday evening.
I BAVAji Bring- from Her Husband's Ilentlna;.
I 'tli A Coroner was summoned to the Ninty-umth
I Hi Street Hospital to-day to take the ante-mortem
BBBBl statement of Mrs. Mary McNeil, who lies there
r'BBBBl' rafferiiiB from injuries received from a beating
BBBBI'' by her husband. McNeil was an ested last Ft i.
'BBBBsl' day and held to await the result of his wife's
BBBBK infnnes. The woman's condition becamo so
1 BBBBH; critical this morning that it became necessary
BBBBf' secure her ante-mortem statoineut.
H,' Over a Year Tor Drnukenneas.
K I irrcuL to tue rvisiNo woiild
H KUTUM), Yt., Feb. P. Htnry A. Itowers. or
'P' Montpeller, was nentcticed to 417 day for the
.jH' offense of intoxication. This offtnte was com-
H mltted In the Bummer of 1 BHH, and on the SOth
H of October, lhUH, ho beuau to serve hix tcun of
BBBBB ' iniprisoummt. Tliix Ik the luugent sentence but
BV" ou evor gleu in Vermont or a niriiuur olTeii.o.
'" HrooLlyii New. In llrlef.
Hfc ,' Tho billisrd-rooin in ttio Young Men's Catholic
-IB? Aisociatlnn's building, at i'ttl Jay stuet, wan
W this morning found to bavo been biokeii into
t during tho nUlit and billiard and pool balls
K valued at G0 stolen.
IB' Patrolman A. L. Guise, wlio for the puid
i twenty-two years has been connected with the
H" Drooklyn .police, yestciday celebrated thu
' BBBBS; twenty-iifth auulvcrtsry of his wLdding athiii
K home, a!) McDougall st.
BBHt Conley Htnnc, tho colored Jockey, who is under
BBBBB'.i ludlctinent forniuiilfr in thu lir.t degru tor
BBBB I fuoptlng Iluury Miller, n baitender in a taloon
K in thj ;'nnt." Coney Island, was aLraln plaeml
''.i on trial Ibis morning. It will tako all day to ob.
BBH, Tl.o examiuatlnn of Mra. M. A. Hairliuan,
fHH. whoi.i tl.i(lrii'l lnry indicted a an scrcssory
I, BBBBF ' to lU dratii of Kitty Cody, the ilvuth-bed wile
'BBBB pfFrwik P. pudsreon. was this moining ad
I H9 Jeumea til lata thu afternoon.
I JSHm '
THEY AMUSE THE DOCTOR.
PURTJ1EK KFF011TS TO SHOW THAT HE
OVERVALUED HIS HOUSE.
A llalldor, (be Mason and the Architect
Called la Hie Miami T-llar-An tlpen
question of SSOO nn Iho Value of n
Ilorae Used In t'nrt I'aynirnt for Ilia
llnson'i Work Plajurr on Hie Timber.
Tho trial of tho wealthy Hr. William M.
Keynoldn for alleged fraudulent cliiiius of
losses by Iho burning of Ins bmutifu! coun
try soat at Plushlug, wlioreby, it is charged,
tho Loudon Aiuirauro Corporation was to be
beaten out of $0,000 lufcurani o on bis furni
ture, was resumed beforo Justice Lawrence
and a jury in tho Court of Oyer and Terminer
Tho doctor's handsome wife, mother of his
four littlo children, appealed in still another
gown of black Bilk ami black velvet, aud still
another hat, juit u dainty bit of a turban, in
black clvut, with a siuglo golden ormaiiieut.
She wore a perfoctly-tltting olivo green cloth
sacquo, trimmed in modem black fur.
Dr. Ilcyuolda'ft constantly changing facial
expressions oftenur cxprostcd nmusomont
than any other emotion nn the rolntions of
the Foeral witnessoB wero drawn out by
Assistant District Attorney Fitzgerald or
Lawyer John D. Townsond.
Tbvro was an attempt Id show, also, that
the Doctor had over-stated tbo value of tho
house iUoirut 20. !)00.
James L'Hnmidieu, a builder, testified that
bo contracted with Dr. Itoyuolds in 1HSI to
build tho house afterwards burned down for
T 10. 800. He wasut wink on tho foundations
when tho doctor told bim that Yreeland
would havo done it much cheaper.
"All right." said L'Homidicti, " I don't
think I can make anything out of it. I'll quit
right wbcro I am."
Ho got i.r0) for what ho bad dono and Vreo
land completed Iho job, gutting about $0,000
John B. Wood raft", a mat-on, tostified that
the doctor paid H7C fur labor in building bis
botiso. A horse was put in us part pay
ment at 6350.
On cross-examination Mr. Woodruff an.
kuowledged two checks aggregating .025, and
said tbeio wat. a imoHt'on as to w bother the
borco was worth ijWW orBM, tho doctor hav
ing mid tho latter figure for tho uiilmul.
1'dunrd Pox, a dealer in tilts, mantel
piuciH and gialCH, next testified that he put
in tho tilb work in tho burned hous" for 400.
Architect John K, llakor was recalled aud
stated that bo received $200 aud a 250 piano
for the plans of tbo Flushing house.
Ho identified tho plans mibmittcd
to tho London Assurance Corporation
by Dr. Itoynolds as tho original
plans, altered since ho mado them, but would
not say that Ibey worn not correct drnwiugH
of tbo bonne at tho timo of tho tiro, as hu had
not seen tlie hoUHO nincu the frniua was com
pleted. Hubert Kcott, bookkooper for tho luml cr
firm which supplied tho lumber, lliiui anil
bricks for the Kovnolds house, product d bis
books to show that his linn received $35:1.
Leopold Ktllit., thu nr hitect of many
churches, bniiks and court-iiiiusns. said as au
export that the carpentry and mason work on
tho Flushing houiio would cott 411, 150. This
wan outbido of plumbing, painting natl depu
ration. The variations from the original plaits. Iho
witness thought, would add s0.7U0.t0. This
would make tho bare shell of tint burnt d
house cost iJr. Reynolds nearly flH.OOO.
Hut bo BiiyH thu alterations mid improve
ments on tho origiuul plana amounted to
NO LET-UP ON THE TKUST.
Judge llnrrrit llrfuse the Prayer of tlie
Nurth Klver Uellnlus Coiupuiiy.
Judge Durrott to-day banded down a do
o'slou donyliig tbo application of thu North
Ilivor Bugar-ltelluiug Company, the recently
dissolved member of tho Sugar Trust, for n
stay of proceedings Kuding thu appeal to tbo
General Term. The Judge says :
"The Judument of dissolution is self-execut-
in ij. Au order Htaiitnr proceiilliigH upon the
mluincut would not restore the coiporatlnn to
ifu nor would it alixoho its olllcurs from obedi
ence to our injunction.
"The corporation is still dissolved and its
oillcers ttlil untie; thu prohibition cuntaiiied in
the Judument. 'llieietlioy must remain until
"Mtuuwhilu the propcity must be ncurcd
and protected, 'lhat iluty devolves upon thu
itceivel anil can be perfuruied by liim iilnne.
The Court will undoubtedly instinct him to
make no salu or distribution of tho piop ty
In other rcBpocts thu application is denied.
Society at Airs. lllaelowS l'uneral.
Thu funeral of Mrs. Jane l'oultuey llicelow,
wife of ex-Miuistur John Iliijeliiw, took plucu
this morning from Bt. Ucorge'n Church.
AmouK those piesent weiu Yice-1'icsidcut-elect
Lui 1'. Mutton, ex-Mayor Hewitt, Col. B,
V. It. Crugir, B. 1). Behlellelin, John J. Irving,
Wldtclaw lion). Gin. (.'. 1. HotlKe.Heliatoi John
J. Kieriiau, Kaniuel hloan, J. I'm pout Morgan,
Col. anil .Mrs. l'ntl ('tinkling, Alexander l.Uir,
Thomas Hitchcock and Hubert I.. Cutting. Mrs.
lhcus-Loid sent a beautilul wreath.
A Htt-vvurt Will lines lUtiiiunted.
When the Btewait will casovvaa called before
Bun ogatu Hansom this morning Law jer Cleve
land presiuted a letter from cx-Judgu Bmith
stating that lie was exhausted ami his physician
prohibited linn fiom leaving the houso. Mr.
Cleveland said that Jutlgu Hnmli was willing
that thu examination be continued to-day at Ins
residence, but the (Surrogate adjourned the
hearing until to-morrow.
Called the Court a llitld-lleaded ltcpru
bule. DUncho Btokcs. a blonde-haired woman, ar
rested for disorderly conduct at tbo Florence
Mission last night, called Judge Unify a " bald
headed old lepiobate" at Jeiterjou Market
Couit this muiultig, and her lentunce was
uhauged from three mouths to one year ou thu
tiiitlrnuuru Itulrlrs for To..)Iorrovv.
(sl'ECUt TO THE rVIHINO WOBLU. 1
North Huuhom Drivinu Tauk, N. J., Feb. 11.
The follow iug is the programtuo and probable
starters for Gutteuburg races Tuesday, Feb. Its:
First IUc Ttir-jirtrro( a milt M4lUnf idlow-noi-s.
purs J-.'UO -Lulls lii.l. 107 W U. Hums,
107 l.dj Anhor, 105. Arthur W , 1U4, Arties., loll,
Ariiuns, lOJ.Oalliui, 10.'. l'n Kvukb, UO. hulunt,
Hi'oundHtcFlTHlxliths of a mtl, stlinr kIIuw
ncot, V00 -Cirlu, l'JOi IVndrnais, V10, vYsnUsr
nittut, l'J7 hlssbsr 14. Jm Plertua, 1X4 t'siuer,
lyjl llojllilsnua, 11,1, Vultst, 11 J, Ida Wi.l. 117;
liistiljuru, 114l hpuotlwstt, 111U, Jack llaiktvta),
lllinl Uac Purs t'ioO, sis auil a half fitrluutts -h
rd lissouiianelil, 11H 1'oiu Keariu, llfi Uat. Viol,
ll.i. Sp.nHl., Hit Clunlart, ll'J Urn 'I liuiiiu.on,
110, Harry lluja, 110 ttiolj. lUM l.oljti.ll, HU .
1'iraio. U7. Dr. ,irkrll, Ikt Mnuol. K5 In
lourth Haeu-l'uraei'JOO, sulluij aUi)4AUCtislstTtn.
vijatlu nt a inilti. IrsMsitrer, I1!.1. t,fi Anifu, lit),
Mane. 117, UluK. 1U. linlHlon., lid, I'oiiiiuunuti,
111! Hn.li lLI.Uoihu, llil.Jtli.iHIisw, 11UII.
I iff! llstm One tnlle , sjlhnu alluoaui ra, parsa '.'Oil
1'iulrlUik, 10'J I.kiK)J, lug, l.ul.r lllO.llela,
UK) halutla, 11) J, Top banyrr, UK llairtxlaburu,
rvilth lt06-Pnri 'J0O,Ilv-tljhllief a mile; Milieu
lll"in Poursliurji. li.MJ Vaulo.r, It!'., Olui l
moiitl 114. Vouclvr.tU. lto,au, 111. .1 u-1 In Macs,
11-1 , Vtniifanre, 1 lit. llursuntlta, It,' Kintf Puiio,
10, Laudsrs, 111), Alliau, 110, Holla, 107 lu
.Ir'-el ( llj .leltluca.
Mis. MeCsbe. of '.'.' I'utm apo avenue, who was
toverely Imrntil e-t rda tniou at her lesidi mu
by hi i flothm eat 'hingnii lilt, hu at Bt. t'lan.
I cis llnspitiil in a vtr low e mditiou, aud her
iltatli is eptctod evtry luomelit.
Iltnty LIiIjm, of 4'.'N Nevr oik avenue, a beer
vvanun dilver for lleni) Liueiirsach, of .57
Jt..tcis stint, was sne.toti this ninniing
il.-ii.cd by the lain I' with embezzling :I00.
John Heck, of Etna, Ilerueii County. N. J..
rp.rtdto Chief Muiphy to-day that Thomas
lliclioy, a lad of twelve, whom he bad bioiik-ht
from the cluisbouic at Hnako Hill to his, Uick's,
heme at Linn, had ran awuy.
M r-iraaii'iA n ii'i
WHO MINED THE TENEMENT 1
GUNPOWDER, A FUSE, KEROSENE AiND FIRE
FOR TWENTY FAM1LIEB.
Clever Detectives In Hearrfa of the nevlllati
Hester Htreet Inrenillary Two Ntraage
.11m Were Keen l.oltrrlna About Hie
House nt Maht Talking Hlcnlrirantly
Was It Ilavenc t
Two of Iho brightest men on Inspector
P.yrncs'n staff, Word Detective Bbalvuy, of
the Dolnncey stroct station, and riro Mar
shall Mitchell, werobiird at work this morn
ing endeavoring to find some clue to tbo
fiend or liondii who attempted to bum tbo
fivo-htory brick double tuncment-houso 7
Hosier street yostorday morning.
Hamuol Trainer, who trades in second-hand ;
gn,ods at that address, discovered tho lire, j
Ho says ho was out lute, and returning homo I
between '2 and 3 i. m., found tbo bull full of ,
Ho itishcd Into tho street uud notified I'o
The latter got a fireman from an engino
house near by, and (hen (he two roturned to
tho house. Down in the collar, Bluffed be.
tweeu a lot of old boicsund a joist, Caiey antl
the fireman found a beup of smoking rags just
about rta ly to buist into a blaa.
Tliey wore Mitinutctl with kerosene. Near
by was another nriufill of rags, also slocpcd
in Kerosene. I be ioists and woodwork about
wore damp with thu tamo tluid.
About lio feet away from Iho smoking
bunch of old clothes was a package contain
iug about a pound of gunpowder.
The gunpowder was connected with the
burning rags by a fuse. 'Micro was just
enough powder tu make euro of sotting tho
place wot I afire.
Fire Marshal Mitchell told Tub Evraimi
WonLD reporter this morning that tlieio was
not enough of it to blow the hoiisu down,
although that may have been tho intention of
tho uilHi'ioiiiils who put it there.
What may turn out to be a elue lo the men
who ditl tho deed is furnished by Lena Lieu
man, wife of a restaurant-kooptir luoro, aud
Yottu Harris, the daughter of the house,
keeper. Hlio savs Unit about 11 o'clock on
Bitnrdiiy night two men, unknown to her,
stopped iu front ot tho bouse, mid ouo said i
" Vo will sleep hero to. night." Ouo was
tall, tho o.hcr hboit und Htuut, and wuru a
round full hut.
Tho latter asked bis tnmpaulon:
" Ib this the hotihor"
' ' Yes. this ib it. sure," wax Iho atuworr
Later Miss Harris, going into tbo backyard
to diavv sumo water from lliu pump there,
huv thu same men standing closo together, us
if trying to conceal themselves,
Tho women think thoy are tho mon who
wanted to burn tbo houso.
About twenty families llvo there, and a
frightful lost of lifo would Buruly have en
sued hail tho IhnncH gained iiuv headway.
In a ro.ir Inline house half a dozen oilier
families livid, and tson.u of thorn would suroly
bavo Bufleroil iilbo.
The miitivo which could prompt such a
dastardly deed in tho mystery which ptir.lui
thu police. '1 bo occupants are muitly I'ulish
Jews, ipiiot uud iuodeusivu.
There is a story of a disagreement botween
two uf the families in the houso, but no one
believes that tbo feeling is bitter enough to
prompt such n deed for revengo, capeciidly
its tho parties iu the ens i uro both family muii,
living in thn Btune hoip-c, who would bo iu us
much danger ns auv ouo elho.
l'ire iluiBhal Mitchell closely exnm
lued iho people of tho bouse
ill regaid to Jacob Lichtmnnn, who
owns thu restaurant thorn. They uud that
Lii'htuiiiu hud recently tried lo sell out. Hu
had thu fixturoH in his store and tlie furni
ture of his apartment insured fur MOO In thu
MerohuuU' Tiro Insurance Company.
lie Put a Sliine on tlio Trnrk.
Thomas Watt, aired tvvonty-two.a blacksmith's
helper residing at fi'JIl West Tweiity-iiiulh
etrcet, vvus deticto.l shortly uftor 0 o'clock last
iu thu act of placing a tvvetity-llve-piiiiud stone
on the track of the Holt Line at Tenth avenue
and Twenty-ninth street, 'lliu oilcni.n ih a
felony, and Watt was lit id in $1,000 bail for
Dr. I'lnvlous Krarlo Demi.
SI-rCIAL TO lilt tVKXINCl WOIIUM
BrniNiinKLD, Mass., Feb. 11. Dr. Flavious
Scarlo, ageil soveiity-fnur, tho oldust dentist iu
the city, dictl beio yesteiday noon of neuralgia
of tlie lu ail. lie had In en in active ptuctico up
to ten days ago foi lilt) )eais.
Nlurlv-Klnlit llova Kneiipett.
Twobojs, James llellly, sued seventeen, and
riedenck Hlicehan, aped fifteen, weto fined $11
and 15, lespictively.Rt Jettcr-mii Market to-day,
fot complicity with abnjit a jiundietl othn boys
iu a iititous attack on Joseph l'ctro, an Itaitan
wattle peddlei in heveuth uveiiuu.
A llrnohbn l.lrl In Trnulilr.
Heitlm Jleyer, age avventy-two, of i! 1 (1 rtilton
stittt, Hinoklyn, was held tor examination at
Esse Maiket l'ollco Coin ton a charee of at
temptini; to steal a porkcthook and a silk hand
keiclucf thU mottling in ltldley's diy-goods
A Doubtful KKirj.
f from Iftf .Vrtf Orhuni Ptfnlyufit )
ItFpemx likealye, tliat arn about a bar of
soap belonging to a Chinaman conveiting a
boiling spiing into a dpath-dealinu' geyser and
destroy iug four lives by its spouting at Can von
A CSi'cnl Teiiiiitntlou.
i i'. ;iim(i yr n.n i
"How many mm date to doriglit?" asks a
Chicago writer. Heaps and heaps of 'em, sir;
but wlieu you have two lead nickels and the car
conductor is iu a hurry it's a big temptut.ou,
don't yon know.
BEING dun to the presence of urlo
acid In tho blood, is most effectually
cured by the use of Ayor'a Sursapu
rllla. lio sure yon get Ayer'a and no
other, and take It till the poisonous
acid la thoroughly expelled from tho
8 atom. Wu challenge attention to this
"About two years ago, after suffering
for uearly two years from rheumatic
gout, being able to walk only with great
discomfort, aud having tried various
remedies, including mineral waters,
without relief, I saw by an advertise
incut in a Chicago paper that a man bad
been relieved of this distressing com
plaint, after long suffering, by taking
Ajer'.s Siirsoparillu. 1 then decided to
make u trial of this mudiclue, aud took
it regularly for eight months, and urn
pleased to statu tbut it bus effected a
complete cure. I have slnco had no re
turn of the disease." Mm. It. Irving
Dodge, 111) West ISSth st,, New Yolk.
"Ono year ago I was taken ill with
Inflammatory rheumatism, being con
llnid to my house six months. I enmo
out of tho Richness very much debili
tated, with no appetite, and my system
disordered In every wav. 1 commenced
using Acr'a Sursapailllu and begun to
Improve at once, gaining In strength
niul soon recovering niv nsiml health,
I cannot say too much iu praise of this
well-known medicine." Mrs. L. A.
Sunk, XushuQ, N. II.
Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt.
Price 61; six bottles, ii. Worth (3 a botll.
. . '"' . ... .t:.--i.-i...
A MIXING OF GITLIN TWINS.
ONE SAVS THE OTHER PROPOSED TO MISS
There Waa a Ilrearu of Prornlae Hull In the
I'ainllr, but It 1 1 a Ileen Hulled at
llnir llie Valuation Oilier Twins Who
fame lull Would Not Linger In the Face
ill" Mirk Complication.
The broarch of promise suit brought by
Lbio Margolin aga.iut Abraham Oitlin at
$10.u00 dauiagiB, was discout nued this
morning in l'nrt III. of tho City Couit, bo.
foro Judge Krhlich.
At Lawyer Leon Lowln'a oiBco it was
learnod that a compromise bad boon affected
and that tho foslivo Abrubam Oittiu bad
givon Lizzie to. 000. This Ib only half of
what sho was Btilng for, but ns the prospects
of Clittiu's boiug ablo to pay the 10,000 wero
not over promising, Lirlo thought she bail
bettor Hwipo tho (5,000 and lot Abraham uud
the other $3,000 go.
Thu dufenso was a irncor ono. It was that
Abrnhom's twin brother, Hymnn, is so much
llko him that, when tboy look iu the glass it
is Impossible for thorn to tell which ono it IB
uxcept from their feeling'.
It was contended that liyman was thu gon
tlemnu Introduced to Miwt Margolin, and that
hu bud off oi cd her thu attentions and bo
stowed on her tho gold ring.
It was n luiatako cu her imrt to think it was
Abraham a very natural, but quite an im
Alirahiim. however, has paid tho cold boodlo
which thu fair Lizlo wanted, or, at least, half
of it. bo that there may bu good grounds lor
thinking tli lit rohemblancos arc misleading in
more ways than one.
Bo long as she gets tbu monoy, Miss Mar
golin need not care much vvhithir Abraham
or Hyman foots lliu bill. Bho is uu attructivo
bruuetlu of Hovcuteen.
CbrUtmas Day aba gave proof of her regard
for Abraham or H man, whichever it was
two proofs, in fact bv bringing twins into
tlie world. T,vius seem to run in thu (lit. in
family. Considering the difficulty that hax
uriseu from thu twuiiuoss of their papa und
undo the twins could not bring themselves
to Blav.long on tbo Bceuo, aud after two or
tbreo hours departed.
The matter was fettled last Saturday and
Abraham is again at lnrgn.
When tboy go courting nfler tins tho
Olttou twiiiB ought to wcur trilforent coloiod
ribiiotiB or t;lso establish a common fund for
breach ol promiso cases.
EXTRA VAliANTJVASTE OF GAS.
A Voune IHnn nnd Wuinuu Nearly 8uflo
rnted nt Hull's Hotel.
The portor nt Hall's Hotel camo rushing
downstairs at fi o'clock this morning and ex
o'linnod i " Tbeio is a lot of gas escaping ou
Iho fcocond floor. 1'vo tracod it to room 17,
but it is locked and they don't answer tbo
" llreok iu Iho door," said tho olork.
William Heady, thu night portor, proved
otpiul to his name, and smashed m tho pcrtul.
A vouug man nnd woman wero lying iu a
dreadfully accumulated gas bill. They wero
unconsciouB of thoir situation, though Btill
Au iinibulnnco call was fient lo Chambers
Street Hospital, and when tbo KUigenu ar
rived they wero both revived uud curried
Thoy camo to tho hotel last night about
lil.UO. ' They wore well dressed, and the
young uiuu wore a resplendent tall but. He
regisieretl as "W. K. W. l.ieb and wile.
City." Tho young man gavo bis watch and
$15 to the clerk to bo put in the bafo.
This morning the young man gavo his
iiriiio as William Augell, und snld ho livod at
Sumner aud Orecno uveuues, Drooklyn. Hu
is nineteen yours old, nnd is a telegraph op
eiatur, Tho young woman was Miss May Douglass,
also a lirooklyuitc. When fchu got to the
hospital, however, sho was Mary Walker, of
117 Wt Bt Twenty-fourth street.
Angoll said be must have turned ou Iho gas
after ho had turned it oft. He disclaimed all
Idtvi that they had come to tho butel for tho
purpose of suicide.
lluppily for tho young pair Iho transom was
slightly ajar, bo that Miey aro spared to pay
tho gas bill. Otherwise thoy would bavo un
doubtedly been asphyxiated.
They aro both doing well at tho hospital
nnd will be sent nwny somo limo to day.
Hereafter " Mr. nnd Mrs. Lieb"will not be
bo exttavaguut m thu matter of gas.
dipt. Cassidy keeps up his iccordasa prc
uiuct scouier. and hisuriciits fill tvvolaigu uageu
of his blotter daily.
Capt. Thompson is christened by tho men
tindei his command "thu gieat di.cipllnu.iian
who lias a big lieait."
Inspector Conliu in tho upper dl.trict kept tlie
cais in motion without fear oi favor of strikers
oi lailioad mak'iiates.
On il(( that rolicenian Snyder, who shot Me
Qovvau, will bu madu u roundsman and then a
sergeant at an early date.
Inector Steers is snfl'eiiug fiom a tcveie cold
penetiating every muscle of his body. Hu con
tacted it duriug the recent Btrikc.
Bergt. Tuller and Clerk Charlie Grant sport
tlucc-carat diamonds iu their scarfs. They look
and shine liku locomotive headlights.
Capt. O'Connor, created so many headaches
during the strike that the hospital authorities
suguest that a few beds be named iu bis honor.
Capt. ltyau stand deservedly high iu the es
timation of Inspector Byrnes for his alertness
and general elliciency during exciting scenes
and exciting situations.
Inspector Williams is vciy proud over his elec
tion as a member of tho New York Yacht Club
and boasts that he has for a fcllovcittuber H.
It. II., the Prince of Wales.
Capt. Meakim w as the trusted and confidential
detective under Sunt- Murray when bo was au
Inspector. Meakim did good w oi kin the fruit
les seaich for A. T. Stewart's Btolen body.
Commissioner McClave Is at a loss to know
why certain labor unions are opposed to liim.
He inipluys scores of men, pays card wages aud
does not know what a striko is, peiaoually.
Capt. Donald Grant is one of the most popular
commaudeia on tho force. Ho insists upon a
rigid enforcement oi tho mlcs ot discipline and
always has words of good cheer for his men.
Supt. Murray nover loses his head. With the
entire responsibility for tho movements of tho
police during the strike resting upon him, ho
sat with bis ear at the tubes and his lingers o
electric buttons, and still had time to talk frcelv
with all who tailed upon him.
l'ropeity Cleik Harriot, when informed that
the Coniniis.iniu w of Accounts were to visit his
utncp, told Deputy Van Orden to give them tlie
keys to his seven saft s antl to aflord them overy
facility to examine ill the books ami property
under his control, John is punctiliously cor
rect in tho management of his office.
u. Mil ii Ci.
WILL OFFEK ON
TUESDAY, FEB. 12,
Motley's Fast Black
Ladies' Cotton Hose
Morley's Fast Black
Men's Cotton Half Hose
EVERY PAIR OF THE
KID GLOf ES.
l-button KID GLOVES (of
a reliable- make), with oni
broitloieil lmck.s, in choice
ttm colorings, at
1811 St., 1911 St aiii 611 Ave,
(18th St. Station Elevated Road.)
M'QUAUE NOT TO DE TRIED HERE.
Col. I'ellown Savs Judire O'Urlru Una De
cided tu tlrnut That G'linniio of Veuur.
As booh os Judije Daniels opened tbo Court
of Oyer anil Terminer this nioruiuF; the
new trinl of Arthur J, McQuatle Man for
luully moved by tbo Dibtrict-Attoruey, but as
a motion to clmnco tbe place of trial was
ponilluK beforo Judge O'Urieu it was put off
until to-nioriov and the Court was conso
DiBtriet.Attninoy Follows informed Jiulce
Daniols Hint JuiIru O'lirieu lu.d decided to
grant tbo cbango of veuuo but bntl not fixed
upon tbu county to which it should bo sent.
New Nitliles ou Hotel Itrulslrra.
W. II. 1'nrnes and (. H. Clark, of Aubiiin.aiul
I.. (Irtenlleli, ot Dayton, U., uioatthu btmte-
II. S. Marshall, of Cincinnati; C. P. I.nncloii.
of Hoston. and L, li. Walker, of Philadelphia,
are at tho Albemarle.
Slorris McMojer, of Rochester; T. It. Mc
Donnell, or l'oitland, Me., aud W. H. Alien, of
Uulfulo. uie at the llurtholdi.
F. W. Huldekoper, of Wabhinston: C. A. Hel
zer, of Cleveland, audi). E. Cartiitlit, of ltidtfe
wuy, l'a. , ale guests at the Ht. James.
Prominent at tho Drunswick ar W. P. Mel
bourne, of Washiiigton; J. Hnann Krick, of Ual
timore, and L. J. A. Deronie, of Montreal.
Cullen Drown, of Detroit; Lieut. E. YV. 8ut
tibeii, I'. H. N.; J. F. Monarty, of Boston, and
F. V. Hudson, of Hartford, aro at Iho Grand
Conspicuous at tlio Fifth Avenuo are O. O.
Mickey, of Evmisulle, Ind, ; Thomas P. Hirati.
of ltultimore; John A. Camp, of Lyons, and
George T. Oliver, of Pittsburir.
CliarleaR. Hosmcr, of Montreal; T.II. Fahne
atock, of Plttsburi!; H. A. Coale, jr.. of Bt.
Louis, and Ii. Ii. Beck, of Ran FiaucWco, aro
among recent arrivals at the Hoffman.
Among the Gilney House guests are J. C. Whit
ing, of 8t. Louis; Gon. J. H. Casement, of
Palnesvillc, O,; J. Q, A. Herring, of Baltimore;
L. V. Weir, of Cincinnati, and Judge Chailes
Daniels, of the Hupreme Court.
All Irish meeting it held iu Hydo Park despite
the police aud pnnot oil quietly.
The yacht Aha, with Mr. W. K. Vandorbilt
and a patty of fi lends, arrives at Bermuda,
Heavy gales and snowstorms block up tho rail
nays ami stop telographio communication in
Billion Dillon, acet) tweuty-tvn, is stabbed to
death ou White stieet, at Dauhury, Conn., by
thret mihiHinu men, who make their escape.
Harry Haitle. of 13ottln, a touiit at Niagara,
falls hi aillomr Into the Niagara lliver from tlie
ice mountain bat is almost uiiiactilumdy rescued
Tho Hotel Ntlatford In Philadelphia is injured
and two big stores on Walnut strut is tlestroed
at a loin of J7ft,000 and Fireman George
bhonois is Killed.
At Ihwer Dam, Ky. .nboio there i a local
prohibitum law, twojoiing men named Charles
Hunch ami Joliu Ferguson kill themselves by
tnuh ill inking a auait of whiskey.
Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers
are offering imitations which they claim to
fj he Pearline, or " the same as Pearline."
WTlfWfsWf It's false they are not.and besides are
JL-fV YV CU 'w dangerous. PEARLINE is never peddled,
but sold by all good grocers.
Manufactured only by JAMES PYLE, New Yoilt,
FOX & KELLY,
Broadway. Corner Ninth. St.
Novelties in Foreign Dress Fabrics are coming in
daily. They were ordered out by the present firm,
and must go with the rest. We have been breaking
prices again, all over the store, in every department.
We are in a hurry to realize on our bis Stock of Dry
Goods. Mr. Kelly goes out next- month and his in
terests must be liquidated. Therefore we must sell,
if not at such prices as we want, at such prices as
we can get. We offer to-morrow morning in addi
tion to many other bargains ;
100 PltallH, ALL-SILK FAILLE I'llANOAISE,
in ouoiui: i:vi:ninii hiiadk.s,
1'IFTV.NINi: CUNTS A YAn;
uiiuucuu ruo.M T.'ic
! UNDERWEAR, j
LADIES' EXTIIA FINE DIlAWEltK, WITH HUM
AND (JLU.STEH OF 1 OUIl TUCKS,
NINETEEN CENTS A PA III.
LADIES' EXTHA 1INK CHEMISES (TRIMMED),
NINETEEN CENTS EACH.
FOR CASH OR INSTALMENTS
We xw now effurina our innut elegant Btylen of Upright
(Iraiul rintiort n ftii' titmillily instaliiiHiitH nt tho iiiuial
low tiriutt. TrniM only K nd $10 monthh until ill
paid Ilu"Mar( tli fatiiouj nnw "WATKK8" upright
plaiuw, iid and r nnunnistetl for tint ton, ioUd cou
htructiuti and grfat durability, livery piano warranted
ttji eAt 4 tu tfive entire atWiucttott
r)0io)d Mcoinl-hand ptaiion, $100 uiward, only $5
mom ill until puid
A haniUutnutol Mid voter uiren with each piano.
IMornto tall or ajud postal fur rtiduted prltuu aud
HORACE WATERS I CO.,
124 5th avB..near 1 8th st.
Lira MMAM & ii
THE GREAT BARGAIN GIVERS,
NON. 008, 512, fill 8TI1 AVr., I1UTWEEN
aiiTii ami airrn hTs.,
AIIE OFKKHINO hTAKTLINO INDUCEMENTS IN
I'UKNITUIIK, CAltl'KTa, IIEDDINU, ic. ALSO
IN BNDLES8 VAIULTY
HPrt'lAL AnilANOEMl.NT.S MADE WITH PAH
'IIES DESIUOL'S OF FUIlt'llASINO ON THE
NEW INSTALMENT SYSTEM
DAMAGED BY WATER.
I'l.r.lIllKKS I, 111 'T PII'I! OPKN AND
i i.iui)i:i) ova urn. dim:.
$10,000 WUIITH OFDAMAI.ED CAKl'ETS, 11U(jS,
LIN1NO, OlL-l'LorilS, io.,
AT H.U.I' VAI.l E.
ori'ICE CAWPET.N ANU MIAIIES.
THE HYATT CO.
FDW.VItl) II. KAH.EV, TUEAS.,
NO. 273 CANAL ST.,
PETEll F7MEYBH. AFCTIOXEKH.
UY OHDi:U (IF SAKAII LYNCH,
WILLIAM LYNOH, DEUEARF.D.
ABSOLUTE liALi:, WIl'llOUT UEaERVE.
ADltlAN II MULLKU.1SON
will .vll nt auction on
THUUhDAY. I eb yl, 18S0,
at l'J o'clock, nt thn UVnl lUutB Eicbtnze.
103 CHOICE AND VALUABLE LOTS,
8TH AND EDlil.COMIlE AVES.,
i.v.tii. lonrii i;,rTii. ihiitii,
UIVEH AND EXTKHIOK STB.
0TII AND 0 I'll AVES. I. STATION, Kuth at. 8th ate.
Alour tht rntlra front of thii propert7,nd alio on tho
whole of Eiterior it., now tulklioaili tiara Juit bean
Luilt, and tile llarlum Hirer iuuitoremonta LelnK now
madfibytlif) United Btatei (lorermoent will mak. thia
one of tlie moit valuable nater Ironta tu the city.
Rixtjr per cent miy remain on mortiraire at 5 per cent.
Titlo guaranteed ly the Lawy.iii' Title Itijrincn Com
pany. Booki, mapi, do., at the aactlonaer'i oHIob, 1
THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE STOCK
holdtiiof the Araerioan Oai Fivisure Regulator
Company or New York tcr the election of live truiteet
will lie held at their olSco, No. ',",'3 Olh are , on
THUUSUAY. Feb. l, at4 P M
0. F. HETr.L. m., Secretar.
Three nruthrr Wlio Han't Agree,
OJohn Dermoilv, Aged twonty, of 4UH West
Twonty-flxth Btieel.wlio was bliot by liU brother
Mlchabl, ilnriiiK axnrt of duel in thu lattei'a
aloon, lant Di-eumbor, wai a prisoner at the
Ji'tlcirMi Market io-iliiy. At in.yo lant niylit
no a lntaxic.it m In Nont Tnenty-iisth fctreot
anil htabbuil bin t,econil brntliiT, Patrick, lie
Man anrstbilliy J'ollctinau Jmiiao, of tlie Mix
teentli l'rccinrt, hut the tnntlu: who hail Dccn
cut ilnl nut apiunr Hcaliiet him in court to-ilay.
On the oilicer'u tCBtlinony, Dtniioilv tt llntj
rorillinm'. ( iniilni; t'tlclirntlon.
Tlio l'nrilliam Club will commcinuiato tho
biitlulay of tho Fatlier of hi-, Counto with a
bun i,ctiiitliiir beautiful cliilhlinnm onPicston
iicni'i'. 'Jho ftiicntor tin- cvfiimix will bo I'arlc
liiniuiltainiuir titi'ilii'iiiiiii Tnnle, who Mill ie
Kpnnij tn tlie tnnet, "The I'lilnrc of tip- ."wrntv.
fniirtli aui." 'ihr. tiiikct. aro alreaily biib
eribcil for, JIazotti w ill i-aur.
The Vi'iieriilile Ciinllniil I'lirn Di-ml.
AcablCKiam to tho Catholli AVitwof thin eity
announces tho death of Cardinal John llaptiuto
l'itra. who wan tlio n-coml In rank in the Hacrod
LolhiKo. Ho wa born at Cliainpfnmui,l',anco,
mi Ans. HI. lia. IIo w-a inailu J'ardinal
March lj, lHOil, and wat ono of tho l tint.
flauou DUliopj of the llouiau l'outlir.
y00 DOZEN. ALL.LINKN, DAMASK AND HDOK
TOWELS, SIZE':ix45 INCHES,
NINETEEN CENTS EAOIIj
ACTUAL VALUE, !I5o.
THE DEMAND FOU '.'lie. COKSETS HAS FOHOKD
US TO MAUK OUIl U.-c. AND IIHo. FINE COU
TILLE UOllbETS, IN ALL SIZES, WHITE AND
TIUMMED COHSET COVEUS, PEAUL BUTTONS,
ItcKultln from thn Errom of Youth, Premature Dt
clini.. Neiriiiii and Phi ileal Debility, Inipuntiea of thl
llid, I"I1, ylcn, iKiiorancr. Orertaiatiim, Enerra
ting and iinrlttinii the ricllm for Work, Uuiineia, th
Jlarnod or Social Ilelatl in, may be allerlated and cured,
honied iiiatriiutlnnii or Infallilile Home Treatment nenli
!rf?:.,A,i1.5",ul.WSI " I'AKKElt. M. D., or Tilt
PEAIIODY MI-DIOAL INSTITUIK, No. 4 BulttncS
fct root, lluatoti, M&ii. Confidential.
MADE WITH KOILINtt W ATE It"
E P P SJ"S
C G O k
aiADK with lioiraxc; jiilk.
HAS CURED THOUSANDS,
mi. SNOWS AMMONIA NKIN HOAP.
Only sure cure for Pimples, Hotlp Dim&m
DftndiufT, Kotvh, Uurnn and nil diteauea of tha
Vin I'r.cw, U." centn rr cake. For BftIot all
lumlUift dr)-goodri 1ioub nd druKfcUts. AUo tJL
Iilonmlnc(lal, ltd are and fiMh st. BTANl-t
AUD PKItFUMULY VOHK, belling Ayuuta,
Ladlra, uuurnnjloni ..rt ar. rouDtirfcUltiv Wllciix.
Onmnimnil '1'aii.v I'llla," erlclLilnl In lB) .nu in
nh iinralllnu; iiirceva by upwkrd. vt 10,000 wuiia
!!CI.?l"';h C"r u' V"! 'i Vet,ri. If jour ilrn'itldun'l kM
"Wllcox'e 'ouiimiml Tnmy l'lll.," .,
wnrthlM.m nrumi.id Ii U"Ju,ti irt.,l." bulieuJl cents
for " t i.man'i .Safli Ouitril," tM reclrt IU oolj
ltiiliitHl' rfllulil. ri'lm.flv by ui.ll.
WII.IOX Ml'i:rll'ic ., ' i.,nn V.
JFS?Hfc. JB 1 preenbo and fully en.
jSvSSf'"mS iono lilt ti nt th. only
AXiHr Cumin 5 iptiiflc tortbecerialncur.
iKgy 1 TO DiTS.a f thin dlnease.
nSSr'"""-" " V U. H. IN O HA II AM, M. D,
R iattMHirlcuiri. Amsterdam, N. 1
SSS vrdaalybjiat V,' have sold Itlg d tor
WitlT . .IiiMiiBW'" tho belt ol taua-
16jJA OlnelnnaU.IWKiia faction.
S2k Oalo. j&U U. H. DYCnE4CO.,,
VgAs-r)r w Chicago, ilL
TriJ.3SSWXSi..l3t OO. R"H hy DruKcliU.
FhouM AlwfiyA he used for children teeth in. It tooth
the child, ftoftemthii kudii, allays all patn, cures winJ
tolic, and a tha tent remedy tor Uiarrhuia. Twenllf
hveients a bottle.
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THR "MICnO-AUDIPirONE," FOU DEAFNB33
Call or address for took, 180 U road way. N.Y.
C1L1FTON (N. .1. 1 MACKS.
) MONDAY. Wi:uNKSDAY AND FMDAY.
Traint loare by trie Hallway, 2M it. and foot Loan
berait.. New York.
O 1L KNOliMAN, Preildint.
Itacini erery 'I'ueiday. Thnriday and Saturday,
rainorihlue, llrat rare at l.ilO 1" M khiru. Car. di
rect to trick from HoboLen lorneii.
S. WHITEHEAD, Secretary.
CtUNntAL UMLllOAD OV NKW .IK11SEY.
loiir Liiii:urv sr., nuiitii uiviiit.
,, TI.Mi: TAllLK, JAN. 10. lfHU. ,,
Tor Kiiton. , 7. H III! A M. . 1, :i.lfi.4.:iU,C.4ri P.M.
Huiury. S A M. . ,1 !)0 P. jl -
1 r li'CM.'liuii, Mlonioun, .Mancli Chunk. Ac, i. 7.
K .11) A. Jl . 1. 11 1.1. fi,, p M
lor MlUiiburv, Pit'.atou and hi.ranton, H.30 A. M-l
M -l.i I' M .
Tor lti-il Itiink, Ixiug tlraoch, Ociii firore, rianUriil.
.. 4 tip. fa 1,V 11.15 A, M . 1X0,4.00. 4.a0.
1.10 I . M. hundayi (eloopt Owean Orore) 4.00.
II. UO A. Al. ,
For Slanchotor, Tonn Hirer and riarnfuat, 4.S0, 8.15
A M.il t)0, 4UUP. M Pallor ar at l.W) ""
I.tHl I. 11,
rorLikguodat4.:i0, S.15A. U.; 1.00. 2.30. 4.30
. ,' ' ' .. VOtt ATLANTIC f'lTY. u
l.ilOA M ,1P.M, '.'yoP. M. TlnouhEipreiiwl1
suoiiri st and ouiuurai' uouti', roR-
, ,, , imuNii liiiotiu noun:, , . . ...
.Central Hai'nud ill New JereLT aud Phlltdilpui.
leive. loot of Lll-erty it . Nn-thHlier. ...
4. r. 15, U.,11 A M . I.HO.'ji 15. 4. fj.ao, 7.30, 11
P M rrawlar, HA It. , ft lit), 1',' (.il , . , h.
Parlor iar ca alt tralne. Hleepiux can oa inldoif0
, Tlcketi and parlor oar waU 1 an be i9curod at 71415.
IUI. 1110. liW.I ilroit!way,7:S7 Ulli are.. '.'04 W
lUftth at., l.fl Lant l:.5tli t,, New York, 4 Oourt,t-t
KtIO r-ultou at.. IIS illoadway. liiooklyn. New V
'transfer Ooiniiany will call for and check bag-gin ,rv"
hotel or ruidooce to dulloitian,
-t fti '1 fii anSfti'iiTf 1 Vf 'nn i1 1 ' ' .-a,... .i!mkU