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I llAMonthlyAdvertisingAveragelt -k- . as 12 is to 83. ll I 1887 uUiloo fTn iJ 83-398,828 COP,E8- fl I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 0, 1888. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. U J BABY BUISTINGiNOT NAUGHTY i JiAWYEB TAnSONS SUMM1N0 CI' TilE f BKEAOH-OF-PKOJUSB BUIT. ' , yiic CnfTco Mcrclinnt llenrs a Good Ward for lllnmclr, but Diirn Not Look an Hun. lilc Ill Counsel Presents Htm im I lie l'crfcct I.ovrr, iind Asserts TImt III Ins Campbell Wan iMcrrcitnry. There was n round dozen of rcprcscnta tiesof the fair box iu l'urt IV. of the Bu. preme Court nt 10.30 o'clock this morning whou " doar Bunniu " entered court with a femalo friend and lier patriarchal lawyers, JleFsrs. Fullorlon and Jordan, , Femalo heads gravitated togothor in couples instantly, and there was such a whispering uh one henrs in church when the proud Slits McBride and her new bonnet sail down tho aisle. Miss Clara Campbell, spinster and plaintiff, was becomingly meek and solemn in mien. She took her accustomed seal at tho table common to the lawyers on both sides, 1'rcscntly tho florid Charles Arbucklo, bachelor of fifty-fivo and defendant, entered. He was scrupulously neat in attire. His hair was divided exactly in tho middio and his muhtache curled about his full lips. Ho seated himself directly opposite and un der tho btoadv cazo of Hits Campbell, whobo hoarthas suffered a pang computed by her to bo worth fclOO.000. His eyes were not as steady. He looked at Miss Campbell's lawyers ; ho looked at tho Xeportors; ho looked out of tho window ; ho pzed intently at the ceiling) he examined his fingers critically ; but novor a glance did he give to his " Bunnie," and it was ovident that tho blue eyes of tho plump plaintiff wero I fccorchiug his already red face. Mr, Justice Beach relieved the defendant . , by taking his seat on the wool-snck, and 1 Counsellor I'arsons took nwayjtho utti ution of tho female spectators by beginning his ad dress to the iury. Mr. Parsons procoeded on the line mapped out. Hu tried to show that Mr. Arbucklo was a model lover and ailiauced, that he wanted to, marry Miss Campboll, but that fortuitous circumstances com. polled many postponements of tho nuptials, and tliat MUs Campbell, iinully, fearing that her catch might get off her hook by dying, brought this suit for breach of promise, not in defense of her character, but for tho monoy Which she hoped to get from the estato of her dying lover. Ho olaimod that tho 4500 certificate of do iiosit Bent to tho plaintiff after tho failure of hor father in business was accompanied by n request that sho come on to Now York, not alone as sho was wont to travel, but with her Bister Emma, that ho and she might como to nn understanding of their position. Hut Miss Campbell instead used the money to begin the suit. In short, he claimed that Mr. Arbucklo had never broken his made contract to marry her, and was ready, except for his illness, to do so, when sho took tho matter into" court. Miles of paper, ho said, were used in tho correspondence, and when Mr. Arbucklo wrote complaining that she did not write to him often enough and did not answer his (luestions, sho roplicd : " I have written tnirtocn moro words than you," and then adds, " but I inclose soveral uico hugs and kisses to you." At this timo Mr. Arbucklo was so sick thot he was obligod to huvo a couch In his office 4 v. to Ho down many times a day whon his jDi btrougth gave out. Ho never fulled to bend .' words of endearment and love in his letteis. B Bo constant was he that ho had incurred tho I ridiculo of ox-Judge Fullorton, a master of tho art. Mr. Farsons wont on s I Having consulted tier lawyer. Miss Campbell writes n love lMfor to Mr. Arbscklo, who In on Ma I BicW in. it In 1'lttsourg. Not content, anil fearing that It would not roacli him and lie ot service Iu this salt, she registers a second letter to lilm. llo answers Immediately from lis sick tied. Ou April 1, 1S4, he writes ugulu, wh,1u ho Is so HI that he Is obliged to sit duwu mi th sidewalk from exhaus tion after an effort to walk two blocks. After that she lias nc desire to see Mr. Ar bucklo. It is then Mr. Jordan who Is anxious to serve tho papers la Ihli salt before Sir. Arbucklo dies. Women cannot marry dead mcul Dead men cannot be suedt Mr. Parsons road a letter from Miss Camp bell to her lawyor, Mr. Hutchins, of Ports mouth, O., dated Mnroh 18, 1884, in whiclt sho says t " I wroto Saturday to Mr. A. to call. I wroto acaih Tuesday, and received an answer saying ho would wrlto. I got tho lot ; tcr to-day and it is inclosed." Mr. Parsons said : That letter was full of love, and what was Its response; The answer was: " Malt haa been brought tor Jioo, ooo damages to Miss Campbell's lean." 1 an an old-fashioned man, but I never let heard of the breach of an engagement between persons of Uo social position or these parties when the time of tho breach could not tie definitely de termined by tho return of tho engagement ring. Sho never returned tho $010 ring with which Mr. Arbucklo aealed ihclr engagement. Here las woman who has been careful to keep copies otber own letters and to keep all of his let ters, tint thej mluht be read and her lover held up to ridlcilo for tho very wurds of endearment which be omp'oyed In addressing Her. Whs J,r' Arbucklo can't go down to tho Kx chana) when he doe business; lie c.m't meet Ills frlcnis ou the street; he can't leavo this court room without hearing his word, of endoannent, the rymbols of the tendcrcst pasalon. Jeered at nlnv and ho la laughed at for tho noblest sentiment of fe, Mr. Parsons insinuated tlmt ex-Jndgo Ful- lorton had called Mr. Arbucklo as tho first i Vjrtncss, not becauso ho was uecossary to tho ; wso, but to get him early into ridiculo j tnrough tho nowsjiapers, and that the suit t was brought in JJew York rather than in Irontou becauso Miss CnmpboH's cliaractor c Ww bettor known in her own Ohio town. 3 Ho contended that with Miss Campbell there had novor bocn a question of damago ft to the heart. It had always bocn a question of marriaga to her, und hor affections re ceived no damago. Mr. Parsons told ono or two little stories calculated to enliven his argutneut, but there was never a smile on tho faces of tho twelvo mon in tho box, and thev persistontly stared I In a stony fashion at nothing. m ii Wedding of a Chicago AuarcbUt. " Cniatao, Jan. a Baltli izor Itau, a friend of Angott Spies, and at ono tlmo a member of tho J " group " whose plottlnga culminated In the Ilay- market massacre, was married here lait night to . . Dora Albrecht, twentj-one rears old, of No. 493 f Sedgwick atreet, where the wedding fetilritles were held. Some time after the fatal ilajmarket bomb was thrown ltau waa arrested In Omaha, and nls nrreit created i(uuo a sensation at the lime, lie waa euinlojfe.l lu getting aubscrlptlons for the Arbiter itrttuno, having been hired for that wore bj Spies, xia was brought back to Chicago and ' looked up with a host of others who had been ar. , rested for complicity In Auarchlstio pIoib. Ills in- i dlctment followed, liut after the conviction of tho i eight bo was reloaaed on ball. ' Iugnlla Agnlnst Lmnnr'i C'onflrmntlon. iW LlwitKNor, Kan., Jan. 8. The Young Men'g 1,1 Ilepublloan Club of thla city has requested Senators i I Iugalla and 1'lumb to une their Influence to defeat ( Secretary Lamar's confirmation. Senator lugalls fm la hl repl; aajs: ; , Mr rltlooi with Mr. Itnt pcrsontll are .ntlr.lr in.ndlr. bat tli.r. eu bu nodoabt that hoiopri,nl m eterjihiua tbm u bad tn the .At.U.nftout In the prM- enl i lid o.PMln in til. lutura ot III. hlitory uf this ?.0U11'r'- '" noinlnttion U .till p.ndmr b.foi.lli. loiDioiti on tho Juillclaiy. ol nhlcti lam ameintwr, ' V..T" l,"'"',lr be di.psuilof at n Mriy.Ut.. Ire ' V.L. !'' In "t opinion, ttasr la little doubt of MAd'Oli: riNI)S A Fill END. Und IlrooklTn llnjn who Itnlibcil Her Forced to .11 nil o ltrstllilllon. Little Maggio Hoffinoistortook a big pitcher into a big candy storo iu Brooklyn, Saturday night, and asked for 10 cants worth of soca. When the effervescing boverago had boeu givou to her sho started homo with it. Sho had just got half way towards her destination when two boys pounced upon her, seized tho pitcher nud coolly divided the con tents. Maggie screamed, pulled thtir huir, scratched llicir faco ami triod to wrest the piteher from theui. It was impossible. They drank it all, am us she saw the last drop trickle from the pitcher she burst into tears. Tho boys started to run away. Maggio, thoroughly incensed, started after them. Up Myrtle aenuu sho run, breathless. At last sho camo to a siout, cosy-lookina man. Sho bcgcsud him to stop the boys, and this he did. Tho lads wero thoroughly frightened, but Maggio poured forth tho wuolo story into hor hor IrienU's rarB. " Give tho girl ffvo cents each of youi" said tho man, " or I'll havo both urrobtert." Tho boys partod, but as they v.'oro hold in extreme becurity by tho collar they finally dived into their pockets and found two nick els. Then Maggie bought somo moro soda, and this time it was not taken from hor. BOYISH CLANS AT WAR. Hereditary llattlo or the "Hill" I.ad and the "Itunllen" ari'illaburg. IViini Iht J'illiluri Chronirte, Joseph Johuston, a tcn.ycar-old lad, was shot In tho abdomen yesterday during a light between a small army of boys out at East street, Allegheny. There Is a traditional rivalry or feud existing be tween tho Troy Hill lads and thoto who realde along the run. It la traditional because tho feeling existed between tho fathers of tho boys who en jnged In yesterday's tight, and pcruapH their fathcra befuro them held the aame rancor. Of course when they grew to manhood all youthful escapudes were either forgdttcn or remembered only lu tho light of btgone " pranks." '1 he present generation In tho neighborhood has carrleu ou the feud with unusual lgor, und yes unUy's contest ended lu tho shooting. Hereto fore stones were the weapons of war, but It seoma they weru not " grim Usage J" enough lor tho boys. From the best accounts attainable the "Hill " boya charged on ubuut adogeu of Unnitcs," who cruxngaed lu suluilug the new year, using a small cannon, r'ho attacking battulllon was re pulsed after a brief kkirinlsh. Hut each ot tho combatants realized that tho sortie was only the precursor uf battle and each Bide hsstcaed to rein force. It was not long until the advance guard of tho 1 ' Hill " army commcucpe a steady lira of stones. The " Iluultes" roplicd and soon some eighty lada were engaged lu a desperate batlle. Stones were not deadly enough, and pistols and rifles were brought Into use. Presently the Johnston lad cried "I'm shot," and started on the run for home. Ho proceeded a short d.stanco when he fell and some of tils companions assisted him to his home on Compromise streot. This ended the fight without cither alda having gained a signal vic tory. Detective Elchenlaub arrested three of the boys Implicated In the fit ht nnd sent them to the lock no. Their names are Joan Mc 41 asters, Augu.t Bender and Leonard Keller. Abont 0 o'clock Mr. llenjamln (nlgley celled at the Mayor's oftloe with his son, Andrew, and Milton Kolz. Ho aald the lads hail been In-ihe fight and might throw some, light on the matter. Chief ot i'ollco Klrsehler questioned the boys, and found that they knew great deal about It, and bad them also locked up pending an Investigation. TO TREVENT WRINKLES. The Latent Krheme Adopted by Homo Women for Keeping Their Hand Youthful. from Clara IJilU'i Fix 1'orlc ttlltr. It has been observed lately that aeveral ladles of tho exquisite class catry their hands outstretched as if bestowing a benediction on the empty air. The secret Is out. A notion prevails that this attitude will keep tho hands yontbful In appearanco by pre venting wrinkles. Therefore the fathlonable band is worn much of the time extended, palms down. It Is to bo feared that benevolence u not ou tho In crease. The position does not admit of tho bauds holding much. Hut Just think of that ever-present sollcltndo that Uvea In tho feraalosoul, enabling women to go around hour after hour wltn their hands iu a straluht-out, open condition. At night a preposterous invention must be worn. Maria came to spend the day with me. Sho got through It, paddling about with her flippers miff as pokers, actually begrudging the necessity of wrinkling her flngerB In order to grasp her Knife and fork, but In the eveuinglt came on to rain and she was forced to stop. Then, indeed, was sho miserable lest the careful work of the day should be uudone oy sleep ing ut uur house, Hually sho sent for her hand extenders. What do you think they were? Mit tens made of wash-leather, the Inner sldo fortified with three strips of steel ihat kept the hands nat, level and outstretched, and the whole bnslneaa was smeared Inside, with almond cream paBto. These articles were tied at the wrists with pink ribbons. Maria began to go to bud at 1U.U0, and really reached the sheets at 18 sharp. Her hair was taken down, brasticd and done up ;to wave at tuc sides and curl at the top. Her faco went throngs, a won derful course of treatment. For twenty minutes It was carrt-ully rubbed upward by the tips of the fingers under the eyes. Then the mouth was held open In the shape of an exclamatory Ol while tho checks at the slds were rubbed from the cars towards the nose. A tremendous effort waa ma do with that treacherous spot lust nnder the cnln that will get drawn lines with the coming on of years. Then she brushed her teeth carefully. She wet a lock of cotton with rosewater and put It lu her mouth between tuo cheek und the teeth. This Is a Bo-called wonder for preventing any wither ou the part of the cheeks. All this ttme a decoction had been stewing in a small silver-plated vessel over tho gas. 1 hli cooking utensil had oome over in Maria's nag of toilet tricks. A hot and realnons-smril-Ing poultice was the result, Maria daubed her face thickly with It and applied a flannel-lined mask, (ireat Seoul She looked like tho Veiled Prophet In that mask and her nlght-drcis. Unt slde her uholo paraphernulla she Isced an odd, sawed-uff sort of coraet. It was Inst a very wide belt, flaring nt ton and bottom, but It lashed up her victuals and vitals like a relentless vise. Then camo the hard-soled mlt'ens wltn their Spanish Inneps. Into their greaic-smeared Interiors she E longed her hauda and got me to tie them around er wrists. Then she went to bed. I took a look at her an hour after. Those wash-lenther mittens were sillily dossed on her bre.iat. Her tlaunel-Bwathcd faco was upturned In the dim lltbt. Sho waa for all the world like the effigy In stono that lies la Westminister Abbey over the sarcophagus of Anne lloleyn. The hammers of the relic hunters have carried away much of Anna's noso and several of tt'e tinners. The mask and mittens nave the same veneral effect. It was reassuring to see her turn up at fiebreakfaat table after her martyrdom, a general flavor of mild decay pervading her person, but yet allying friend. Some nigra Mark will sorely swallow her cotton quid, and then good-by. dear! Sho will never survive that accident i ' The Cblcnajo Postal Telegraph Company CincAoo, Jan. 8. The Chicago Postal Telegraph Company, an Illinois corporation which obtained a charter a month ago at Springfield, has notified tho Federal autuorltles at Washington ot lta acceptance of tho conditions of the law In relation to telegraph companies, pissed July SI, 18M, Uy the tortus of the law the company, in consideration of allowing Ooverumcnt despatches priority over all othera and sending them at a rate to be fixed by tho l'oat uiasteMieuoral, la permitted to build and operate lines along any rllro.d over which United states mall U carried. The company will co-operate with Ike Mickcy-Uennctt system, and baa selected a ronte from Chicago through Milwaukee, Ureea Hay and Marquette to Dulutb, where It connects with the Mackay-Uennett line, which comes to Chicago via Minneapolis and St. I'aul. A branch through Mlcblgau from Marquette has been pro- iected also, west across Illinois snd Iowa and to lan Francisco via the Union l-aclno. '1 he company Is i milled to rccclvo forty seres of put Ho land for every fifteen miles of tcleyrapb constructed. Todacco ehewen all stun tint ViaoiH fxi la quit the Ut, and far ahsad ot all tin rut, V MANY STRIKES IWARLXG. - MORE CWAR-MAKERS NOTIFIED OF A RE DUCTION OF WAGES, Applications Made to the Unions for Permis sion to UeIat a Ittturii to thn Tenement' House Hatein No New Uniitl Yet Ifni ploird nt Illrscli's A llaarn 1'nctnrlci In This Cltr I.tkelr t be Closed Moon. Somo now developments wero nuuottnrad to-dny in tho struggle of tho union cigar makers against a reduction of wigcs and agniust a return to tho tenemcut-houso sys tem, Tho 260 hands who roturned to work this morning in tho factory of S. Ottenborg Ilros., in East Twonty-third street, wero uotiiiod of n reduction of $1 per 1,000 on nil grades of cigars made lu tho establishment. The men will apply nt onco for permission to strike. At McCoy's factory 250 hands applied for work and wore informed thai operations would bo begun on Thursduy next. No notice of a reduction was given, but it is ex peoted that one will be inado whon tho fac tory is reopenod. Tho hands iu Glncttm'i ;faotory rosuracd work at tho old rates. At Hiivid Hirsch's factory iu Tost Forty firtjt street the forty mon who btruck on Friday last aro still out. and m other men have yet been employed lu their place. The union men nave picket on guard who clobely watch the premises, with tho tjow of " interviewing " ull intending applicants for work nnd perbunding thorn to refrain. At tho ofllca of Union No. HI. in East Kighth street, it was said by Secretary l)ampf that applications for permission to (itriku had been mado by tho em ployees of Hiumnn Bros. A Lnowcnfctcin, S. Jacoby & Co., ISuiidyi& Iioderor. HubeoII ti. Co., ilroun & Karl, Foster, Htl son & Co., Louis Ascho A Co., Kerbs fc Spicsu, Iiiilwimn A Deutsehborger and Jncoliy it llookman. It is expected that all tliuso applications will bo faornbly acted upon, iind that President Ktrasbcr will bend instructions to strike in a few days. Only oiiu faotory in Brooklyn hat been nffectod thus far, that of Holder llros., whore the men went out on Saturday. It is baid that no other striko is oxpoctod for at least n week. Tho employees of bov eral factories iu Urooklvn havo mado appli cations for leave to btriko. It is likely that fully two thousand men lwill bo ou striko within n fow days. (Secretary Hotchkiss, of the Central I.ubor Union, said to an Evehino Wonu reporter that at next Sunday's mooting ho would bring tho tenement houso uuestion before that body iu n now light. Ho will ask to havo a committco appointed to communicate with the Internal lleveuue authorities at Washington concerning the logality of the former tenoment-house manu facturers returning to that systom without a icenso. Such manufacturer have licenses now for regular factories only, and any change to the tencment-hoase system will nocobgitato applications for new licenses. WILL READING STOCKHOLDERS ACT? Bellsf In Philadelphia That Tlioy Will Do Nothlua About the Minors' Htrlke. SPECIAL TO TUB WOBLD.l Philadelphia, Jan. 9. Capt. Goorge II, Eastman, National Organizer of tho Machin. ery Constructors' District Assembly, K. of L., No. IDS, who camo to Philadelphia ou Satur day witlt tho purpose of mootiug tho Qcueral Executivo Hoard of tho Knights of Labor and enlisting its aid for tho Heading strikers, re turns to Pottsvillo to-day. Ho visited Sccrotary Hayes yesterday, and it was his intention to visit the General Ex. ccutivo Board to-day, but was informed thnt n quorum of the Board could not bo brought together before Wednesday and probably not this week, as the mombers were very much scattered. It is understood, however, that notices havo beou ibgued to tho members of the Board lufotming them of the circum stances surrounding the striko and advising them that thoir presenco is debired in tho city this week to listen to what the representatives of the btrikers may havo to say to them, Tito general feeling is thnt tho Gonoral Ex ecutivo Board should not interfere, inns, much as tho striko was ordered, not by tho Knights of Labor, but by tho Executivo Committco of tho Heading Employees Con vention. Cunt. Eastman was expected to call at tho Heading otlices to-day, out up to noon no tidings of him had been reoeived. The Heading offlcors wero very busy pre paring for tho annual meeting, 'nhich is hold at 12 o'clock. It is not thought likely that any action will he taken there regarding tho striko, although the strikers imagine that tho stockholders will urge that the demands of tho men bo granted. New Itedrnrd (ilassworkers Ilesume. I SrXCIAL TO Til WOBLD.t New Depfohd, Mass., Jan. 9. Work was re sumed at Mount Wathlngton Qlaas Works this morning and all of the men went la, livery de partment la in operation and the best of feeling apparently prevails between the manufacturers and employees. Nts About WorUlnginen. The Ilarbers' Union will give their third annual ball la Webster Hall ou Jan. is. Tho annual nail of Typographical Union No. 0 will be held at Tammany Hall on Feb. 87. The, nlnUglasi workers wereontat latest advices, with little prospect of an Immediate settlement. Coopers' Uulon No. 1 has resolved to expel any of tta members found In a non-union ball or bail room. District Assembly No. lit (printers and affiliated trades), will hold Us annual election ol ofnears to night, Michael Kelly la lbs new Master Workman of District Assembly No. 1, which la composed of shoemakers. Itet.ll coal. dealers who expect trade from union men hereafter tnuit display union cards announc ing the fact. ThtfStralton A storma'a cigar-makers have de cided to pay an aaae.ament of 60 oents a week per man to aid non-uulon cigar-makers on strike. Union salesmen In the retail clothing trade re quest all union men and Knights of Labor to patronize stores where nulon-mado goods ure sold. Timothy (Julnn says that all the mines which sop. ply coal to tue eastern markets will be closed this week, and that Auatln Corbln must yield to organ ized labor by submitting to arbitration. Hnndair Dancers Fined. Thlrty-ont Foils, men and women, arrested In a raid on the dancing ball of Joan Monelkle, 133 Morris Btreet, Jersey city, on Jnnday morning, wero lined St each to-day. The proprietor was held for trial. A well-known cord-dealer of Worcoator, Mass. P. W. Welllngton-and J. 11. Sanders, tho Chicago publisher, are among recent arrival! at the Union MAYOR HEMTT IN EXILE. llo Ilurlia llliii.rir til Ibo Htmvurt llullillng fiir a I'fw Week. For somo weeks to como Mnyor Ilawitt will writo his official letters iu n largo room ou tho ground floor of 01 Chambers street, Stewart Building. Tho Mayor's ofllco was transferred thoro to.day. Plumbers aro now at work tearing up the draiunge pipes in tho southwest comer or this City Hall, The Hnnitary Inspoctois of I ho Board of Health decided that the plumbing work mis descctivo and thot disease lurked in tho nt mospluro of the Mayor's olllco. Mayor Hewitt at onco made up his mind to movo his oillciul placu of rufiideneo until new drainago pipes replaced the old one. Up to date, howovor. Mayor Hewitt has gained eight pouudH lu weight sluco ho first nut his desk iu tho malarial City Hall, Never theless ho wnntod better and purer air to brrntho, Tho moving of nil the desks and papers of tho Mayor's olllco to Gl Chambers street was accomplished to-day between tho hours of H and 11 a. t. Mayor Hewitt arrived at tho City Hall at 10.80 o'clock, forgetting that the olllco had been moved. Ho looked around for a fow moments, and placing his hands in his ovar coat pockets, was soon at his desk in tho new o 111 uo. It isnlnrgi room, 100 feet bv Qt, nnd is well lighted and ventilated. The Mayor's desk is placed near a largo wiudow facing ou Cham bers strei t. Tho Mayor's first visitor to-dny wns n poor woman who claimed that bIio had been swin dled by the keeper of of a Sixth avoutto Intel ligenco olllco. His Honor llstoned to her complaint and handed hor over to his Eirkt Marsluil, Major Thomas W, Byrnes. At about noon the Mayor was looking out of tho window, when ho saw Aldermen Joseph Murray. Daniel Howling, Patrick Divvor and Patrick Napoleon Oakley emerg ing ft om tho now Court-House. Here como somo of tho Aldermen," said tho Mayor, " Thoy havo already discovored our whereabouts. Graoious, mo ! Can't they give mo a chauce to look at my new of. flee before callingV" ThoMavor was mistaken about tho Alder men. They were on their way to "soon man " who Hmieozes Ionian into a glass iu an art gallery n few doors below tho new May or's olllco, At 1 p. m. Mayor Hewitt began rending the proof of tho mossago that ho is to transmit to ilia Aldermen to-morrow. Ho arose suddenly and siiitliug tho air exclaimed : " In thorn auy cooking going on around horo. I smell cooking." It wax explained to him thnt the odor came from tho new radiators, and tho Mayor ru sumod his seat. es MORE NAMES OF TRIZE SCIIOLABS. Mosholu's Prlmnrr Hchool Heard from Hee ler l.ute timn Never. Miss Marian Olaroy, Principal of tho Wood lawn branch of Primary School No, 47, has forwarded tho names of tho pupils who stood highest in their respoctivo classes last week, Tho postal cards wore not dolivored until after tho last edition had gono to press on Saturday; but The Evf.mno Woni.D does not iiroposo to deprive tho good boys and girls of losholti and Hiverdulo of tho privileges en joyed by their fellow.pupils downtown. Tho prizo scholars iu Primary School No. 47 last week wero: Class 1 Emily Hoso, Riverdale. Olasi 2 Frank Darroch, Mosbolu. Class 3 Evolyu Odell. Mosbolu. ' In Grammar School 77, primary depart, ment. Bertha Geschickster stood best in class B. Trying to Hnve murderer Novrlln, SI'KCIAL TO Till: WOULD, I Boston, Jan. . btrong efforts ure being mado to save young Kdward Nonlln from the gallows. Gov. Ames will bo urged lb compute sentence of death on the ground of Insanity. Nowlln, It will be remembered, killed Codman, tho Homervllle milkman, with h hatchet, cut up the body, and sfterwurds distributed the parts aloug a oountry road lu historic Lexington, Mass. pi . Still Anothor Constlng Accident. fBlECIAL TO TUB WOULD. WiKTttnor, Me,, Jan. . In a coasting accident at North Monmouth Baturday evening seven per sons were thrown from a large Bled, which collided with a woodpile. George ftlmpsnn suffered severe Internal injuries. Albert House had his teeth knocked out and Up split open. A French boy had his arm broken and all were more or less hurt. No ono killed. Iteautlrjlng Cot. Fellow's Office. Ilond Clerk William N. l'enuey found himself without an ofllco when be appeared at the District Attorney's ofllco this mornlog. Ills official head bad not been removed, but workmin had d spoacsed him and were busily engaged In beautifying the room u Ith paint und paper. The same operation was going ou In coh Feliows's room. Kvansjclliit ."Woody In Louisville. ItfECUL TO TUK WOULD. Louisville, Jan. . Itcvlval meetings were be gun bore yesterday by Kvaugelht Moody, Tho ag gregate attendance at Ihu four meetings held dur ing the day was luliy 18,00). Tho capacity ot the Tabernacle Is about six thousand people. m The Holland Horlety's Dluner. Members of the llollaud Society to the number of about two hundred aud Any will meet at their annual dinner at the Hotel Uruuawlck to-morrow evening. The society la well known throughout the East, and ltsmtmbetHhlp Includes representa tives ot all the old Knickerbocker families. Long Mrrvlce Appreciated. Thero waa a meeting of the Harlem Dmocratlo Club's Executive Committee on Saturday evening, and Mr. D. N. C.rvnlho, who for flte years was Chairman of the commltiec, and who bat reslintd, was presented with a piece of solid silver, eiegsntly engraved, in appreciation of hut services lu the lu. tetests of tae club. Ex-Judge Donohnn Resumes I'mctloe. Ex-Judge Cbsrles Doaohue mads his Drat ap pearance as a practitioner after his retirement from the Ilench in Supreme Court, Chambers, this morn ing, before bis old colleague, Judge Andrews, lie waa greeted effusively by all of the members of tuo liar present, Nupt. Ilanklnson's Deulal. Supt. Han klnson, of the Society for the Preren. tlon of Cruelty to Animals, writes to Tiik Kteninu World that Inspector Williams's remark about ilndlug onicers of the society in saloons drinking, reflects unjustly on them. Hotel Umployres to Help a I'und. Tho third annual concert aud ball of the Inter national Society of Hotel Kmployees In America will bo held for tho bcncllt of the sick and pension fund ou Thursday oteulug, Jan. , at Turn Hall, GO and C3 Kast Fourth street, . Caw's "Dashaway" Pen. A double-food founUlii pn tint never falls, Oaw'slok and lu Oo lVUrwidw, uppvu Jubu.t. V SQUIRE GETS A TRIAL DAY. THE GO.NSl'lRACY CABE BET FOR TUE FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY. Judge Barrett Thinks that the Parmer Com missioner of Public Work Una Waited Long Ilnougli Mnurlro It. Flynn Illumed for the Drlny Ills Counerl 1'erls C'onll dt'iil of u Verdict or Arqiilltnl. Sealed iu n far corner of tho couii-room of Tart I, of the the Supremo Court tins morn ing was ex. Commissioner of Public Works Itolllu M. Hqttiro. Hu was listening to tho testimony of a medical export in a suit against tho oity for damages, on trial before Judge Barrett, while waiting for tho coming of Judge Brady and tho convening of tho Court of Oyer aud Terminer, Notice of motion had been served by Squire's counsel upon District-Attorney Fol lows on Saturday. Tho notieo was to tho ofTcot that permission! would be asked in the Court of Oyer and Terminer this morning to withdraw the plea of not guilty to tho in dictment against Squire for conspiracy with Maurice B. I'Tyiin iu his management of tho Department of Public orks, and Interpose, a demurrer to tho indictment's mitllcieiicy. That being denied, a motion for nlter nativo relief was to bo made. An immediate trial wns to bo demanded or a dismissal of the indictment asked ou tho ground thnt Squire hnd boon Under indictment for seventeen months, aud yut his case had novor been onco moved for trial. William P. Howo, for Bqniru, arrived soon after luid sented himsolr beside his poet oliont. Ho said to nn Eiknino Would ro portor that a trial could result iu only an ac quittal. Judgo Brady being engaged in General Term nt noon, Jtidgu Barrett iiummuccd a short roocss for the Circuit and Crier Hick etts nuuouuced tho opening of tho Oyer aud Terminer, Mr. Howo mado his motion, but did not prcMi tho part rnluting to a demurrer. Ho declared that his client was entitled not only to a trial ou tho indictment hut to rein statement in tho ofllco from which hu tas removed. Judgo Bnrrott was mirprisod and said that he had been informed indirectly by Col. Fellows that there was uo business und tho court was to bo adjourned kino dlo. Deputy Assistant DiBtrict-Attoruoy Parker, who was present, baid that the motion had been regularly noticed, but iusistod that much of tho delay com plained of was duo to tho removal of tho caso from the Court of General Sessions on motion of tho defendant. Tho Court of Oyer and Terminer had been taken up all of the timo with very important business. Counselor Howo explaiuod that Defendant Flynn, nnd not Squire, was responsible for the removal, Judgo Barrett thought tho request of Squire for a speedy trial a reasonable one, and iixod tho cosp for trial peremptorily for tho first Monday of February. Defendant nud counsel bowed profmto thanks to tho Court aud withdrew. OCT OF WORK AND STARVING. A Coal bhoveler Iteduccd to Destitution by tee nig Htrlke. Thero was brought boforo Justico AVhlte at tho Jefferson Market Court this morning u sad caso of destitution. James Mahau, a industrious coal shovoller, of 430 West Twouty-bocond btreet, strong and willing to work, was arraigned with his thrco children, Kate, ago eleven yoare; Edward, ago seven, and Annie, four years old, as being destitute. For the past three weeks Mahon's wife has bocn dying of con sumption in Bellevuo Hospital, Mahau has been out of work ou account of the eoal striko. There being no coal here to bIiovc, ho is out of a job. Day by duy he has pawnad everything lu the houso until now there is nothing left but a bodstcad. Agout Stoen, of tho society, went to tho houso and found the fathor and tho threo children wrappod up in their remaining clothing to keep themselves, warm. The housekeeper and neighbors iu tho house thought so much of Mahon that thoy gladly suppliod him and his children with food, hoping that ho would soon get employment. Justico White sout tho three littles ones to tho Catho lio Protectory. Tho fathor will try to get along. NAPOLEON III. AM) MIS BOX. Their Bodies Itemoved from Cblselhurst to jVaruborsugh by Uutpress liugcnle, IsrcotAi, CAULK UlSVATCn TO 7I1K would. 1 London, Jan. U. The removal of tho ro niuhis of Napoleon III, and thoso of IiIb sou, the Prince Imperial, from Chisolburst to Famborough, took place to-doy with impos ing oeremouics. The bodies left Chiselhurst at 8 o'clock this morning, being borne by two gun carriages to a special car in which they woro taken to Famborough. Tho remains wero escorted from Tarn borough station to tho now mausoleum by a detatrhment of royul artillory and religious services wero held. Empress Eugene did not attend tho reinterment, Nov Yurk Markets. Wur.AT. The market opened weak this morning at a decline of c, trom Hiturdav'a closing prices. lu the flurry Just before the sounding in the goug several trades wero made In .May wheat ut Ul"4e. The cause ol the drop was wesk rabies and liberal offering, by local houses, ttab.tqucntly prlu be came steadier on an estimate tint the visible sup ply ufwh at would show a decrease of taO.oiiO bu. lor I lie wuck. Utile was doing In com and oats. COTTOK. Tbert was a alight reaction lu the market this morning, lollowmg Saturday's break of 16 poluts, and the Liverpool cables uot snuwlnit tho expected decline, futures were sdvanced from 1 to S points at the openlur. January aold at 10 .13; yen., 10.41; it arch, 10iM; Apnl.iaevi; May, 10.72 June, 10. at; July, Id. SO: Aug., lava. There ws active trading at the above rauge of prices, a.'.UJO balsa btlog aold on tho call, and duilngtbo eatly part of the day the market was firm audconlluued to advance. At noon prices were S to 4 points above the opening, ltcoelpu continued to be lib eral. cot-nrt Futures opened at about Saturday's closing prices this morning, and the market ahowrd no special featare of Importance during tee morn tng. Op.clng quotations Jsn.,;iMS; reU,U.K3: March, 14.70; April, 14. CO; May, li.M; Juue. 14.40; July. 13. W. Alter the call the dUtaut futures from May down all showed a decline of nve points. Havre cables reported an adrance of three quarters fisno lu f uinrcs In that market. I'rraoijstiii. The oil market opened with a hur rah this mornlog at Kile, an advance of i.e. oyer Saturday's doling prices. The feeling on the floor was very bullish, and buying orders seemed to be plcntitol. Within the tirst hour after the openlug prices had advanced to W;c, and the market was strong at thla figure. Prominent traders are cow talking of 1. XI for oil In the near future, 5 the dollar limit baring been snuearly reached. The publie aro oomtng Into the mai kei. and the effects of tue shut down at the wells Is be ginning to be IdU A rJ!VT ItVST JIEI?. Long TAnr of I'.nrs for the Overworked J'rrMlilrntlal lluxxrr. ACCUSK1) IIIS CLKKK OF MURDER. An ((Id (Icrmnn Druggist Dies After a Mtrugule ut n L'nril l'arty Thalhorg Bicdoufold, German, a druggist, forty-tlvo yeurs old und a dytpoptia ; his pretty Hondo wife, twcuty-bix years old, sprightly aud vivacious ; Audro Holm, u Swodo, clerk iu tho drug-store ; Mrs. Holm, wifo of the clerk, aud Leo Polzer, tho former clerk, tall, handsome and attentive to tho young wife of tho old druggist, formed a card party Friday night whiuh played sixty six and drunk fieer in tho rear of tho drug store, !l Second avenue, until 2 o'olock in tho morning, Mrs. Bicdoufold was unusually vivacious. Sho knot up a running tiro of tho small shot of badluuge at her cross old htisbaud until ho lost his patiouco and tried to throw a soup box at her head. Young Holm interfered nnd n Hctilllo ensued, which broke up tho party. latter In tho night Biodoufeld bocame 111, Hu tomitud and had spasms. Dr. J, G, Itumler, of ni First street, was called, but ho could not relievo tho sick man, who said over nud over again that Holm had brutally pounded him in his sido, " I havo received a very sovuro blow from Hi' clerk, Andre Holm, ami ho is ray mur derer, as I know that I am going to die," is tho transcript which Dr. liumlor mado of Biederfcld's declaration, and than tho pa tient died. Coroner Eidmnn was notified. Ho and Dr. Scholor, in a post-mortem examination, found thnt tho druggiht had died of exhaustion fol. lowing trantuatio peritonitis, due to a fall or blow. Voting Holm was urrobted, Ho nud his wifo ami Mrs. Biedcufeld, and Annio I'fatf. Mrs. Blcdenfc Id's servant, join in baying that Biedenfeld slipped and full ou his boap-box weapon and was hurt. I.eo Polzer ioius them in saving that Bia duifcld was always jealous of his clerks, was very tyrannical and brutally ugly, and that lie made an attempt to get at his wife with a kuifo rarliir Fridny evening aud was quar relsome all during tliQpimu of btxty-six. Coroner Eidmun decided to-day to hold an inquest at 11 o'clock Friday morning. Mean time Holm is detained. Trench nnd tiermnn Ilnvoys llofnre the Pope. firfCIAL CAIILRTO THK WOHLP.l HoiiE. Jan. !). An nutogruph lettor from President Caruot was handed tho Pope yes. todrny by Count do Behaiue, the French Ambassador, in which tho President ex preshn tho wish that His Holiness may enjoy a long life of prosperity and that the amica ble rclutious between France nnd the Vatican may remain undisturbed. Tho Popo, in reply, expressed his esteem for President Curnot and tho French people, Tho Popo afterwards received Etnporor William's envoy, to whom ho expressed tho great pleasure with which ho regarded the latest proof of tho Emperor's affection and the excellent relations existing between Ger many and the Vuticau. " Uuiior fritz" Will Not tuiffrr Tracheotomy. UriCUI. CAULK TO TUB WngLP, Bkm.in, Jan. 'J. -A San Homo despatch states that the operation of tracheotomy upon the Crown Prince is found to bo uuueaebsary, and that Dr. Bramauu will soon return to Berlin. Justlre In n Civil Court. In Justice Heckler's Court, Carl Klein, of 197 llowery, sued the ilauhottau Klevated ltailway Company for ff tho talne ot u burned awulug which, he claimed, was set ou tire by an engine on the elevated road. .Justico Sleekier dUmhucd tbo ease lor laek of testimony. J. It. Dobln .v Co. Kero allowed J35.W and coats for gootls sold but uot paid for, ugaina heater aud Allen, the variety tram, ' (I nvaniil HUirone, a poor Italian, had luat re covered from an llluc.a uf eleven wicks. II sued the Sorlita I'.iliano for fM benefits of M a week. Justice bleckler granted him the full amuunt and Ii co.le. Hnelirl Krowal'a Clothing, lUchcl Krunat appeared Uloie Justice Ktecklcr Ihlsmoruing a a complainant against I'lilllp and Sophie Wise!, loardlng-housc krep rs. Itachel was piorly drescd in thlu clothing, and wanted tho laslgs to return her clothing, v, lilch they held for flu board, which ltaolid acknowledged she owid. Justice Meek cr said Ihat tne Wlssms had the legal right to hold the ciotag, but ur.ed them to glv thuinotcr iu t 'e tuifortunaie girl and trust her for the f Ic. Tne VYisslirs deel tied to do this, and judgment was found for the defendants. Illsrhnrurd for HvIiik I.nte. Michael Caltubau, engineer of the steamship Yemassec, lybi.- at tier Kast Itiver, discharged Thomas Cuuulnguam, a fireman, this morning, whereupon Cuunincham undertook to whip him. Cunuiuuham hid armed at his mat behind time. Callahan picked up a shovel to defend hlmaelf, and In the argument that lollowed Cunningham re celved several bruises ou Ihu head und face, aud had oi bu takrn to the Oouvorneur Hospital. The engineer was smsted, butvvncii Justice timllh, at the 1'iiiibs Cutitt, heard the story, ou was discharged. A Drcseuinkrr Arrused of llobbrry. I.otlle Murray, a drestmaker, twenty-four year old, of IM West Thirty-second street, was held In iU) ball at tho Jefferson Market Police Court this morumg for robbing James l'urdy, ot 14W Ninth uvcuue, of two twenty-dollar bllU. Tbnt tlugbenr n Cold U a bug-lmar no loowr. At the flrat symptoms of a cold or mush take a few dee of IttxKu's Kxi aoTOBAMT sad yuur Ould le sune. Ilslt.piul bo ties, 0U cruW Ml& la. ltt uu hiug Hutu's KxrxcroBAVi and you are pueilueljsiue ufa sure, V ttaWi ' MiOTeHsiA'rjlM.slWrM 'Villi lUsl'fUff'! 3 O'CLOCK 1 JESdi-tloxa., fl DEATH IN THE AQUEDUCT 1 e S-'B Mon and Mules Drowned Near M Tarrytowna Wm An Awful Break From the Po Wt canties River. Wm Dofoctlvo Engineering Sold to 1)0 tho 'WE Cause. w9 Dosporato Attempt! to Chock tho Fovi :mM of Water, WM tiriCIAL TO Ttn WORLD. I 'jA?M CiurrACjru, K.Y.. Jan. 9. For two mllei i$Bl mules nnd Itnllaus aro burled tn the now i?JH aqueduct atCutEight.which was broken into 9 by tho l'ocnnticu ltivor early this morninc ;& Two hundred laborers are trying to stop ijtM tlio break, usinu treos, timbor and cedar B buHhes. 'B Nothiur; will succeed in stoppinetbo brook mil but bags filled with clay, " The aqueduct is nearly filled with water WM tho entire leiifth, -'11 1). U. McBoon tolcphonod along the lino of 'Wefl tho ruiuuduct to " bu nuro and t'ot the mulca IliB out. Must take care of our dumb animals." -iiSB Tho water poured into the aimeduct down 113 sixty foot, more than enough to fill it, H9 drowning all the Italians and mules below IU Cut Eight to Gould's swamp, and filline tho sffl atraoduct nearly full of rocki), largo stones, !sM timbers, centro-cars, wheolbarrows, Italian Wbb! shanties, blacksmith shops and dump-cars. SfH A larco number of Italians and males havo 'flB drowned. Thoy had no chance to escape. JpflH lairu'u 'luantitjes of timber, wheelbarrows &M and ccutro carts camo out of tho aqueduct nt IH tho blow oil in Cut No. 0, filling tho river 'ffilB with all kinds of materials used in tho port ' fjH etruction of tho aiinoduct, r'jB The Aqueduct will have to be taken down, t9 as tho largo utones havo ground the cement from tho bricks, causing tho water to forco 'fil its way through tho walls. fl Tho brick walls aro very much shaken. JV'H Tho river is liable to break through again nWmt at any hour. P Contractors Brown, Howard A Co. changed WW tho bed of tho river through mode ground, 'all which caused tho break. Wm This break is at tho foot of tho dam of tho ytiim Tnrrytowu water works, four miles from ifs Tarrytown. leffilL Cbloroformed and Itobbed the Milliners.' Jwl iBrXCIAL TO TUI WOBLD.l ?Ji Montrial, Jail a. Acotuer robbery baa beta "4$A addod to the long list which city detectives are try ''Wwl lag to run down. The millinery establish- M'li ment ot Mmc rJrazan, ou St. Lawrenc) BW' atreet, waa entered by thieves Sunday, vsH-' morning, the milliners, six In camber, chlorv will' formed, the store ratasackud and the place tat oat MTsiB Ore. The flames were discovered Just In time to '?WK save ihu Inmatca. Thers are rumors of anotoer SJM extension robbery but no Information baa beep, fiftlfl given out by the police. , -?&M mm en rflBBBB A Poos; or Iloston Tblpves Caughti jJH! larrciiL to tu woeld.1 'jCmHI IIoston, Jan. . Allen Smith, retries Oary JM ratrlck Flynn, Timothy Jamea and Joan V. Dsa '"SEW moud, a gang of tblevea woo bava bees ''ffifl operating bero for some months, wero arrestee! ilK this morning by Capt. White's men ot Station C iSsWli Stolen property to the value nf hundred of dollars 'S was found at the juukshop of tbo Uempsey'a. niX The (.uitenbura lintrlesu jKR Tho entries sor tne rsco.i to be rnn at the Norjh Sj 1 Hudson Driving Park to-morrow are as follows: 'gf : rlrstltaoe. Puree el&O. for horaee that here ran sad ' Dot woo at the present meeting f three-qaartars of a 1 f mile. v .. Nlmrod llHIflnbUn .... 11 " MrsndUBk llslKinaUeurge 11 43 ' iMiildas..... .. . .. . llSTanQir. 11- M) .amps. ... ill Theodora -J, ,j Tailrrrand iulVolrat.,.. IU fi i Hecund lUo. -I'um) iJioO, for all a-ee, to carry lit) 'afj p. lb., IrrfBlvetlve of sae or sex, maidens allowed lulb.i fB t veo lurluuca. mMti I i True Horn 100 Itrsdbonrn 100 KKi 1'ocaaut igOl'aterabllis 100 !$ ' ll.ii ThnnilMon 1001 Jm ' Third lUce.-i'ureucHSU, for all aee: Belling allow- W f- ncee, honwa rntered W be sold forS)300; ti carry 109 Sb v lb., Irreapoctlreuf sice or sex, with 3 lb. added for ecu vK u SllOOuu to 81,000; tbreequsrtera of ainUe. em' r rVM Dirts 110 The Miller 104 R f John Aleiander lOBiComus 100 ffi t llrllllent 10 Plrd. , 100 W ' llib May , luSTrojiu ,,...100 .MM Dinle llrunctie. , lOtl ef !'. fourth ltwo.-l'urao 41M, for maidens of all S(M V, ' fivefurlonxe. M H n. i V: ', Ublnchbls 1113 Duke of Monroe..,,,,.. 109 f Hoyalvrerer 11H Utriur Ilan lQt '3- t. Ju.lln MkjIi IU AUaTila 101 Tl fl JohuKres ll'J Commotion M... 109 He J Mahnetn 11J Fiult.r ool ,... ltkl flW j Ka-Ko 1 'HlMlasifampton.,, , Hi Ml Fifth Uaoe.-Pune W, for all eowi aaUlnc, llow- 3i ,. eneee, bonoe eotered toboeiddfor AoOOtacarrylOOIb., t I, withSlb. sddedforeAi:ba)100uptoiai,'4O0, onasaile, ! 1'Urfetr USIOutUnburg TO jf f llauora 109 J. J. Ileal; 100 ' I Warren fwli 00 Vancliue IW W-. Henry U 10d ' 1 Tbe police sre anxious to and owners for a trunk A 1 containing a lot of flue made-up linen, together m, .', Ith a naturslliatlon paper In the name of Daniel . S A Sheeban. found in the Seventh 1'recluct, and for a Hi 1 bay horse, wagon and six dead swans supposed to ,& v1 have been stolen, found In the Thirtieth ITeclnet. 4 8prlng Weather In January. 'M. f 1 Wabuinotos, Jan. 9. S i W(CXit l"r? 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