HI? ' ' ' I
K " r" ' THE WOULD; MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY II, 1889. :
Hup mmmmmmmmmm m iiiib " ' ' .--
H CAN'T FIGHT, BUT CAN STEAL
E C1PT. COMFTOIS'S ESTIMATE OP T1IE WAK-
Hf BINQ HAITIANS.
Era Ha Car Taay Plnndarcd the llaytlan U-
Be? tmbllo Daiplto 111 Constant Vlilane.
Wwjk IsracxAX, to m iTsima womux I
KP Bosrov, Fb. 1L TheHavytian Bepnbllo,
mmjfr now an historic) and world-Jamed tobsoI,
PS? arrived In Boston Harbor last night.
EfiL The veeael bid to in the harbor until day-
mum light. A tug" chartered for the pnrposo con-
f vered tho Etenino Would correspondent
Km, ber tide some time after midnight.
Km Capt. Oompton, tho resolute oommander
WMk who naa ntuck to hii ship throush thick and
Kw thin, was on dock and greeted his visitor
WKi capt. coutton, or Tnr baytiax bepobuo.
&F Ho talked freely of the difficulty he had en-
iEfc countered In tho region of the ' ' blacks. "
Ul Bald ho i , , ......
KgK " The reason my ship was seized wo that
HK we had on board four delegateH to th l'rosl.
HPE dentlal Convention. Those uentlctiicn weie
HEfjf pasaonjrers from New York, and Lc'citiins or
W tiered them seized at at any cost. uu ko.
Kjs lcjrltinie hnc declared hlnisolt oloctod, nud
Ijlg.. all no required to Icitulizo tho xclf-decUrtd
JaE election was iuit four votes, and we had thut
R. number on board, fortunately for him nud
ifi' unfortunately for us. V o hud mudu no at.
iSf, tempt to run the blockade. In fact, know
nothitiR about it. I know, for a fact, that
lM the order to seize tho ship was given oisht
S days beforo our urrival ut l'ort nu 1'riuco
7j He expressed tho opinion that if Ilippolyte
K could get tho Carondolct. now being ilululnod
M at New York, he would wipe Lcgittmo com-
''& pletely out of exUteuco.
b " The rascals uudor Legitime won't flEht. "
Jffi heeold, "they don't know whut lighing is.
it' They don't know ouo end of a gun lrom an-
If " Morse, agout of tho Company, said
fiff that the steamer's safe arrival was duo prm.
i!X olpally to the Indofutignblo exertion of tho
Kl Chief englnoer, who had workod night and
Cif, day fixing up the maohinory. Tho llaytiaus
k had plundered the ship of many of its con-
WM nectlonn and robbed her In spito of the vigi-
KfR . lance of the oaptain himself.
KJf In answer to a question as to the situation
B' at present in Haytl, Mr. Morse s&id the pros-
mB, pects were not very encouraging.
WW TIIOUBANDS ON THE BLACK LIST.
kE Men Who Took Part In the Tlr-Up Kept
Ey Oat of Work by the Companies.
Kb; The street railway mou who took part in
ByP tho late Btrike are faring very badly in their
Kj& efforts to get reinstated. Not over 2,000 of
Rjr the 6, 230 who went out havo been re-om-
Km' ployed, and as tho majority have families tho
BaL prospect is very gloomy.
WlJS' Tho strikers nay they have proof that tho
K eompanies are blacklisting them. Ouu of tho
' oldest drivers in tho city, Wio nas been on
HuS' the Broadway road for a long time, npplied
' at the Kelt J-iuo otllco. and the
vf day after he was employed ho wai
mm informed that he was not wanted. The samo
' man went to the Fourth Aenuo Conipnuy
Kj and met with similar treatment. Ho is a
Jt-, xaarkod man, like several thousands more.
H It is reported that the Eighth Avenue Com.
Ri Pony -to-day discharged twenty-four of its
KJK' old binds to niako room for as many greeu
? ones who were receiving instructions vhilo
UM the discharged men wero doing good service.
K& There is much indignation among the old
bands, who believe that the Comuuny will
'ii dismiss more of them to give placoH to new
mM, men. There is strong talk of placing a boy-
yR eott on the road.
H - -
The Arlon's Ill( l'anloinlme.
The annual mask ball and WinUr carnival of
H( the famous Arion Bociuty will take place on Feb.
B; SI in the Mctropolittn Opera-Ilouuu. and with-
U out doubt will bo the finest ucr given by the Bo-
Hfp clety In the way of coruuoun and m&tnilflcent
HA staare entertainment. Some hundreds of people
,-; have been ensaKed to take part in a monaler
HH. pantomime which will repret-ent the tmlx of
gfi Arion, his attempted murder by tho crew of a
i? Bif Ulan galley, his roi.cuo by a dolphin and final
Mp Mr. Theodore Uabclman, of tho Opera-IIouxe,
IH;'I TW arrarse the pautomlmo, and I'rnf. Fr.
H- IteitzsJ, with, an orclieitra of 100, vtiUfuruiith
Kx the Incidental muvic.
K The Npnrkllni Colerle.
K'l The aboue old-time organization will hold Its
; tweuty-sixth annual ball at the Metropolitan
H Opera-Uomo on the auth iiut. The incn.aned
H roll of membcrHhip and the untiring itforU of
HLv- tho Committto in charge will tend to make the
BE affair a Brand succenK. Oov. Hill ban already
tagBK slifnlfled bin wlllliii;ne to attend, if olllcul dii
raBBtlesdouotcomMl him to remain at the capital.
fwjTwlf present he will occupy the box with Slayor
1l?'r Tel Grant, if the two eluiblo bachelors cannot be
V . ' V persuaded to go on the tloor.
Liartr" Auctioneer Walte-v will tll tho boxes for tho
vjKSr' pall at the elub-roouiu, No. 10B4 llroadway, on
JHP Wednesday evening.
BjH, Djlnc fYotn Her Uiuband's llrnllng.
HR A Coroner was summoned to the Ninty-uinth
b( Street Hospital to-day to take the ante-mortem
f. statement of Mrs. Msry McNeil, who lies there
l- putferlng from injuries recched from a Uating
iHr.Q by her hushsnd. McNeil was arrested lat Frl
,'jC' day and held to an ait the remit of hU wife's
fi ininries. The woman's condition became so
0$ eritieal this niorutug that it became necessary
B to secure her aiito-mortem statement.
Hvl' Over r Year for Ornnkeuness.
K' Itomixn, Vt,, Feb. 0. Henry A. Dowers, of
HMl Montpelier, was sentenced to 417 days for tho
HA, offonseof intoxication. This offense was com-
BMtji mitted in the Summer of 1UHH, and on the '.'Oth
W of October. 1B88. ho heKau to servo his term of
H imprisonment. This is the longest sentcuco but
Kl one ever given in Vermont for a simhar offense.
Bfr Brooklyn News In llrlef.
HBV . Tbebtlliard-room in tbe Young Men's Cstholic
Kl Association's building, at Sti Jay street, was
Hrl' tblsmoniing found to have been broken into
daring the nisht and billiard and pool balls
&; valued at ISO stolen.
BBa. rstrolmsn A. L. Oulso, who for the past
Hfj twenty-two rears has been connected with the
Kr; llrooklyn .police, yesterdar . celebrated the
H twenty-fitth anuiversary of bis wedding at his
t' home. 88 MeDougall it.
Bflj , . ?ouly Btene, the colored Jockey, who is under
f, indictmsnt for murder in the first degree tor
D" 'shooting lloury. Miller, a bartender in a saloon
K in the ''apt," Coney Island, was again placed
K on trial this mernlng. It will take all day to ob-
K tain a Jury.
Hflf The examination of Mrs. M. A. Harrlman,
P whom the Grand Jury indicted as an accessory
H. .tothedsathof Kitty Cody, the.deatb-bed wife
K" of Frank F. padceon, was this morning ad-
;." aMBneUJJteihu afternoon.
THEY AMUSE THE DOCTOR.
.1 ! ,.S--I
FUKTHEIl EFFORTS TO SHOW THAT HE
OVEUVALUEl) HIS HOUSE.
A Ilnll.lor, Ibe Mnaon nnd tbe Arcbllecl
Called to the Hlnnd Tn-Inr An Open
Qnestlon of 9200 on tbo Vmluo of a
Horse Cssd In Part 1'aymrnt for Ilia
Alason'a Work Figures on tbe Timber.
Tho trial of the wealthy Dr. William M.
Ileynolds for alleged fraudulent claims of
losses by tho burning of his beautiful coun
try sont at Flushing, whereby, it is charged,
the London Asiurauco Corporation was to be
beaton out of $G,000 limurmire on his furni
ture, was rosumed beforo Justico Lawrence
and a jury in the Court of Oyor and Torminor
Tho doctor's handsome wife, mother of his
four littlo childron, appeared in still another
gown of blaok silk nnd black volvot, and still
another hat, jn't a diilntv hit of n turlmn, in
black chet. with a single golden ormanunt.
Hie oro a porfeetiy-iltting olivo grocu cloth
sacqtie, trimmed in motltst blncS fur.
Dr. lleyuolds's constantly chuugiug facial
expressions oftcuer uxiiresscd uinusoiiieut
than any other emotion an tho rolutions of
tho howral witnesses wero drawn out by
AsBis'ant District Att'irnoy Fitzgernld or
Lawyor Jolm D. Towusend.
There was an attempt toshow, also, that
the Doctor hod ovor.statod tho vnluo of the
house itself nt 420.000.
Jamos L'llomldieti, a builder, testified that
hn contracted with Dr. Kojnolds in 1HH1 to
build tho houso afterwards linrimd down for
1 10, 300. Ho was ut work on the loundutioiiB
whon the doctor told him that Yroeland
would havo done it much cheaper.
"All right," said L'Homldieu, " I don't
think I can make anything out of it. I'll quit
right where I am."
llo got 9503 for what ho bad dono and Vree
land completed the job, getting about is. 000
John H. Woodruff, a mason, tostlflod that
the doctor paid 4875 for labor in buildlug his
hoaso. A horso was put in as part pay
ment ut t:iM.
On cross-examination Mr. Woodruff ac
knowledged two checks aggregating S025, and
said thoro was a question as to whothor tho
horse was worth $3VI or$CS0, tho doctor huv.
ing piid the latter figure for tho animal.
l.ilunrd Fox, u dealor in tills, maiitol
meres and grates, noxt tcstiflid that he put
in the tilo work in tho burned lions fur 4-400.
Architect John E, liuker wat recalled and
stated that ho received 200 mid 11 fllO piano
for the plans of tho I lushing iiniiso.
Ho identified tho plans submitted
to tho Loudon Afwurauco Corporation
by Dr. itoyuolds us the original
plans, altered xitico bo made thorn, but would
nut suv that thov woio not cornot drawings
of the houso nt thu tnuo of the firo, nx hu hud
not sueu tho houbo siuco tho frame was com
pleted. ltobort Scott, booklteopor for tbe lumber
firm which Mippliod tho luiubi r, llmti and
brloks for tbe bovnolds house, product d his
books to show that his 11 rm received fSb'X
lxsoinild Edlltz. tho architect of many
churches, banks nud court-houses, mid us an
expert thnt the carpentry and mason work on
tho Flushing house would cost 411,150. 'Huh
nns outside of plumbing, painting and doco
ration. Thu variations from tho original plans, tho
witness thought, would add iG.700.tO. This
would make the bare shell of tho burned
houso cost Dr. Itoyuolds nearly IB, 000.
Hut he says tho alterations and improve
ments on tho origiuul plans amounted to
NO LET-UP ON THE TRUST.
Judge llnrrrlt lttfuafl Ibe I'rnyer of tbe
Nurlb Itlver Itrtliilna Company.
Judo llnrrett to-day hnudod down a de
cision donyiug tho application of tho North
llivor Kugur-Helluiug Company, tho recently
dissolved member of tho Sugar Trust, for a
stay of proceedings pending thu appeal to tho
Ue'uorul Term. Tho Judge sus :
'"Hie Judgment of dlswilutiou U solf.ixtcut
inu. An orili 1 ntujiuu proicullnitH upon thu
judgment would not restore tint coiporatinu to
life 1101 would It abi.n)o Its oriiccrs jrum obedl
euce to our lujunrtiou.
'"lhe corpoiutiou is still dissolved and its
oflleers still uiidei the prohibition contained in
the Judgment. Iherethty munt remain until
"Meanwhile the propirty must bo secured
and proticttd. That duty ileolv upon the
rteeiver and pan bo performed by him alone,
'ihn Court will uudoulitediy liu-triKt him to
make no aalo or Uiktribiitlon of the propel ty
In othor lespocta tho application is denied.
(Society at Mrs. Ulielonr'a I'unrral.
The funeral of Mis. Jane l'otiltney lllgelow,
wife of ox-Minister John lllgeluw, took place
this morning fiom Ut. Oeorgo's Church.
Among thoo present wero Vico-Picsidont-electLovil.
Morton, ex-Muyor Hewitt, Col. H.
V. II. Cruger, H. . Beliioffelln. John J. Ining.
Wlittolaw Held, Hen. (.'. 1'. Dodgi.M-uatoi John
J. Kicrnsii, Hamuel HIojii, J. 1'ierpout Morgan,
Col. aml.Mrx. 1'ied Coukhug.Alexamltr K.Uir,
Thomas Hitchcock and Itobert I,. Cutting. Mrs.
Hicks-Lord tcut a beautiful wreath.
A Htenurt Will U lllif.n i:xbnnsted.
When tho Httwart will casuwas culled before
Surroiiate lUubom this morning l.uujir Cleve
land presented a letter fioiu ex-Judue Smith
stating that ho wsh exhausted and hi pli)ician
piohibited him troiu having the hoiihc, Mr.
Clovtluud said that Judue Smith vvuhwiIIIuc
tllst thu examination bt continued to-tlay at his
remdeucu, hut thu tjutrogatu adjourned thu
hearing until to-uionuw.
Culled tbe Court u Hiild-Hcuilcd ltcpro
liule. Ulauchu Htokts, a blnude-haiud woman, ar
resttd fordisordeily conduct ut the l'loioncu
MiHHion last inght, rallid Judge Hull) u " bald
laaded old uniobatu at Jttliuou Murkut
Cotut this luoinlng, uud hel bu.itouce wus
chanced from throe mouths to one )iur on tho
Cuttruburu ICiitrlra lor To-.IIurrow.
frCCUL TO Tilt l.VtNlMJ WOULD,
NoiiTii Hl'ijbox Dm vino 1'auk, N. J. .Feb. 11.
'lhe following is the programme sod piobablo
starters for autteuburg races Tuesday, Feb. l'Jt
Hrt HnM-Thrw-qufcrttro( a tulh , llintf allow,
tu.-., imi it'CU I. Illlu l-roil. 107 W (1 Hum.,
107 Uiljr Arilmr, lu.'i , Arlliur V . 1114 , AM 1pm, UU.
irllonm, lUJ.U.llllw, lyj, 1n Kuokb, UU, buloiK,
btfcuuil UkoVlTfMittfbth of a iutl wi'UIdk atlnvr
noa, tMO -Cirlow, 1U l'uil iiuk, 1X'0, W.n.lcr.
uieut, 1V!7 SUbhcr 1','4 . Jou Pieruu, l.'-l I'ami r .,
lSMl lloundaiiwii, 11 I VVhul, (111, Ida W..I. 1 IT;
Urauburo, 114; bkiJwkt, 10U, Jai.k llaiktwa),
'1 tiird IUcePnraa 4-50 ilx and a hatt furlouid
Lnnt Ueao.inKQld, lln lutil Kiarna, lKi lUa lul,
l.ri, Hi.iuHl., 11:1. Ulunurf, 112 U.n 'lliumnaou,
10, llartr 1U., 110 bou J JUS , (.oMll.U, 1UJ,
MraU. 117. Dr. .I.kll, Ufi. Ml.fuod, Hj Hi
lourlb Hacu-Purkti 9'JOO, a.illltitf alluMancea, aTrn.
Ulitb of a mile lrunaurr. lUiJ (leu Aiitfiu, UU,
il.il. 117 UIum, 11U, lull. iuii.'. nil, ('uiutiHmon,
1111 Iliuh ll;l Ilorhii, 11U .lotinnhiw. llolb
1 iflh Itaea Onu unlu, ajlUiitf aliuwaiuti lmra4$200,
Kaatcrliok, 1UJ Lakoou.l,U'U, IjhImwi 11(1), llel,
Jill) NaluJa, 10 J, 'I op bar, UN llarrudaburg,
blitll Kaui-Parx irV!00,tl'o-iiilithao( a mil.; aellins
tllovancoi IVur.Lurc, 12a, Vau.Wr, 1VJ, Ulna AT
mond, 114, Vuuvbrr. 114, lru)Q, 114 Ju.llu Mack,
114 , Vvnafauce, 1 1U, Uurifundta, 1 y Klna 1uu.d,
JU Laa'ardtrn, 110) Aluau), 110 Flotilla, 107 b,
Jersey City JottlnK.
Mrs. McCahe, of '-" I'anuapo avenue, who was
severisly burned )e-ti rday noou at ber ruaideure
by her clothe- catching on tin. lies at Ut. Kran
cis HimpitHl in a very low condition, and her
death 1 expected every moment.
Henry libhs, of 4H New iork avenue, a beer
wagon diiver for Henry Ligonraacb, of 37
iJowcrs, stiect, was snouted this morning
charged by tho latter with embezzling lUOO,
Jolm Heck, of Etna, Uernen County, N. J..
reported to Chief Muiphy to-day that Thomas
Hickey, a lad of twelve, whom he had brought
troro (he almshouse at Hnake 1UU to his, Heck's,
nine at Etna, had ran away.
WHO MINED THE TENEMENT .
(JU.NTOWDKR, A FUSE, KEUOSEXK AND FIlllJ
FOlt TWEXTY FAMILIES.
Clever Detectives In Hearcb of the Devilish
Hester Ntreet Ineendlnry Two Hlrungr
ma tVere Keen Loitering About Ibe
Ilouae at Mabt Talking MlnlOcanllr
Waa It Itevenge t
Two of the brightest men on Inspeotor
Hynios's stnlf, Ward Detectho Shalvoy, of
tho Delnncoy stroot station, and I'iro Mar
hhall Mitchell, wcrehartl at work this morn
ing endeavoring to find soma clue to the
fit nil or fiends who attempted to burn the
flvo-Btory brick double teuement-houso 7
Hosier street yesterday morning.
Samuel Trainer, who trades in socond-hand
goods at that nil dress, discovered the fire.
Ho says he was out late, nud returning homo
between 2 and 8 a. m., found tho lioll full of
llo nishod Into tho street uud notified l'o
Tho lutter got n flrcmnn from an engine
houso mar by, and thou the two loturuid to
tho house. Down in tho cellar, stuffed he
tuocu a lot of old boxes and a joint, Carey and
the ilromnu found a heap of smoking rugs just
about na Iv to buist into n blae.
They wore faturntcd with kerosene. Near
by was another ai infill of rugs, also stconod
In kerosein-. 1 he lolsts and woodwork about
wore damp with the fame lluid.
About rive feet awny from tho umokiug
bunch of old clothes wai a pnekuo lontuin.
ill tr about a pound of gunpowder.
Tho gunpowder was connected with tho
burning ras by a fuse. There was just
enough powder to make euro of sotting tho
placa well allre.
I'iro Marshal Mitchell told The Evemno
Would reporter this morning that thoro was
not enough of it to bl w tho houso down,
although that may have been the intention of
tho inlbcrcuutB who put It thoro.
What may turn out to be a clue to the men
who did tho deed is furnished by Lena Lich
man, wife of n restnurant-koopor thoro, and
Yotta Harris, Uio daughter of tbo hnuso
keepor. She says thut about 11 o'clock on
Buturday night two mou, uukuowu to her,
stopped In front of the houso, and ouo said i
"Wo will sloop hero to-uight." One was
tall, the other short and stout, and woro a
round felt hut.
Tho lutter asked his ompanion:
" Is this tho honsor"
' ' Yes. this is it sum." was the nnswerr
Later Miss Hwns, going into thu imck.vnrd
to draw soino water lrom thu pump thoro,
snn the samo mou standing olobo togother, us
if trv lug to couoeal tin nisulv in.
'lliu women think ihoy nro tho men who
w untid tu burn thu bouse.
About twenty fauillits llvo there, and a
frightful lost of life would surely havo tn
Bued bad tho Humes guiuod tiny headway
In a luur frutiiu housu half a dozen otliir
families lived, nnd boilo of thorn would suroly
havu suffered also.
The motive which could prompt such a
dastardly deed is tho mystery which pului
the police. 'I ho occupuuts ure uioatly 1'oliuh
Jews, (piiot and inotTeubivo.
There is u story of a disagreement between
two of thu families in tho houso, but no one
believes thut tho feeling Is bittor enough to
prompt such a dood for revenge, especially
us the partios in tho onso are both family men,
living in tho same house, who would be in as
much danger as any one elso.
Fire Marshal Mitchell closely exam
ined tho people of the house
in rojjurd to Jacob Llohtmann, who
owns tho restaurant thoro. They said that
Liehtmsu had recently tried to sell out. Ho
had tho fixtures in bis store and the furni
turo of his apartment insured for i&00 in the
Merchants' i'iro Insurance Company.
lie l'nt n Stiinn on tbe Trnck.
Thomas Watt, agod twonty-two.a blacksmith's
helper residing at fiUO Went Twenty-ninth
stiiet, was detected shortly uftor U o'clock last
in the act of plnctug a twuiity-tlvc-poutul stone
on tho Hack of the Holt Lino nt Tenth avenue
and rwcnt-uint!i street, lhe oil cum Ih a
feleiny, and Watt was held in fl.000 hall for
Dr. Ilnloua Hrnrle Dead.
lil'lCUl. 11) Till EVKNINO WOULD.
BrniMonKi.ii, Mas., Feb. II. Dr. Flavlous
Kearlo, aged seventy-four, tho iildist dentist in
tho city, died heio yoitenlay noon of neuralgia
of the heart. He had been in active practice up
to ten da)s ugo for llfty ye.vrs.
Nlnetv-I'lffbt Iluya Kariiped.
Twobovs, Jamei lteillv, aged seventeen, and
Frederick Hheolian, aged llfteeu, woro lined $:i
and J5, respictivelv.at Jellerxou Market to-day,
for coinplieitv with about a hundred othel bos
in a riotous attack on Jnsrpli l'etro, an Italian
walllu lieddlLr iu Heveuth avenue.
A llrnokljn tilrl In Trouble.
Bertha Meyer, age awenty-two, of !il0 Fulton
street, llrooklyn, was held for examination at
Kiifox MaiUet l'olico t'ouiton a ehuiito of at
teiuptlug to steal a pocketbook and n silk hand
kerchief this morning in llldley's dry-goods
A Diiubiliil Hiorj.
fiVtmi Ih Atta Orltant ffiMyunf
It seems like a lye, that iun about a bar of
soap belonging to a Cliiuuman converting u
boiling upriiig into a dcath-deuling geyscr and
ileotrojiug four lives lij in spouting at Canyon
A CSretit Triniitnllon.
IPrvm lAa nurvil ttrt J'r.n 1
"How nuiiy men daro to do light t" asks n
Chicago wntei. Heaps and heaps of 'em, sir;
but whon ou have two lead nickels and tho car
conductor Ik ill a hint) it's a big temptation,
don't sou know.
BEING duo to tho presence of uric
acid In tho blood, is mostulTcctunlly
cured by the uso of Ajor's Sursupiv
rlllu. Hu stiro jou get Acr's nud no
other, nnd toko it till thu poisonous
acid is thoroughly expelled from tho
Bjstom. Wo ehalleugo attention to this
"Alioiit two yonrs ago, after suffering
for nearly two years from rheumatic
emit, being ublo to vvnlk only with great
etlicomtort, and having tried various
remedies, including mineral waters,
without relief, I s.iw by nn advertise
incut in a Chicago paper that a man hud
been relieved of this distressing com
plaint, after long suffering, by taking
Ajer's Sursaparillu. I then decided to
make n trial of this medicine, and took
it regularly for eight months, and am
pleased to stato thut it has effected a
e'ompleto euro, I have sincu had no re
turn of thu disease." Mrs. K. Irving
Dodgo, UU West Lath St., New York.
"One year ago I was taken ill with
Inflammatory rheumatism, being con
fined to my nouse six months. I came
out of tho sickness very much debili
tated, with no appetite and tuy system
disordered in ewery way. I commenced
using Aycr's Sarsaparilla and begun to
Improve at onco, gaining In strength
nnd soon recovering my usual health.
I cannot say too much in praise of this
well-known medicine." Mrs. L. A.
Stark, Nashua, N. H.
Or. J. O. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mats.
lMcc tl ; six bottles, 5. Worth 5 a bottuv
A MIXING OF GITLIN TWINS.
OXE SAS THE OTHER I'HOl'OSED TO MISS
There Was a Ilrencb of Promise Halt In the
Finally, but It lias Ileen nettled at
llnir the Valnntlon Other Twine Who
(,'amr but Would Not I, Inner In tbe Face
oT Much Complications.
The brearck of promiio suit brought by
Lizzie Mnrgoliu against Abraham Oitlin at
$10,000 damages, was discontinued this
morning in 1'nrl III. of tho City Court, bo
fore Judgo Krhllch.
At Lawyer Leon Iewin's offlco it was
learned thut a compromise had boen affected
and that tho fostive Abraham Qlttln had
given Lizzio 5,000. This is only half of
what sho was suing for, but as tho prospects
of Uittin's being ablo to pay tho 910,000 were
not over promising, Lizzie thought sho had
bettor Hvvipu the 45,000 nud let Abraham and
tho other IJ3.000 go.
Tho ile'ui su was a queer one. It was thnt
Abraham's twin brotbur, Ifyinnn, IB so much
liko him Hint whun they look in tho glavs it
is iinposBiblo for thorn to lull which ouo it is
except fiom thoir feelings.
It was contended that Hyman was the gen
tleman introduced to Miss Mnrgolin, and that
ho had olloied her tho attentions and bo
stowed on her tho gold ring.
It was a mistake en her part to think it was
Abraham a voiy nuturul, but eiulte uu im
Abraham. ho. ever, has paid tho cold boodlo
w hich tho fuir Lizito wanted, or, at least, half
of it. ho that there may bo goeid urouuds for
thinking thut resemblances uro misloudiug in
moro ways than ouo.
So long ub she gets the money, Miss Mar.
golin noed not caro much whether Abraham
or Hyman foots tho bill. Shn is an attractive
brunette of seventeen.
Christmas Day sho gave proof of her regard
for Abraham or Hyman, whiohevor it was
two proofs, in fact by bringing twins into
the world. T.vina seem to run in tho Uitlin
family. Considering tho difficulty that has
arisen from the twiuineis of their papa and
uncle the twius could not bring themselves
to stay long ou tho eceuo. and after two or
three hours departed.
Tho matter was hottled lost Saturday and
Abraham is again at largo.
When thoy go courting after this tho
Glttoti twins ought to wear different colored
ribi ous or else establish a common fund for
broach of promiso cases.
EXTKAVAOAXT WASTE OF 0AS.
A Young .linn uud tVniuiiu Nearly Hullo
ruled nt IIiiII'h Hotel.
The portor at Hall's Hotol enmo rushing
dovvustuiisnt 0 o'clock this morning and ox
cluimod : " Thoro is a lot of gas escaping ou
tho bocond lloor. 1'vo tiacod it to reiom 17,
but it is locked and they don't answer tho
" llrcnk in tho door," said tho clerk.
William Houdy, tho night portor, proved
eipiul to bis namo, and smashod in the portal.
A young man and woman wero lying iu a
droadtully accumulated eas bill. They were
unconscious of their situation, though still
An uiuhiilanco call was sont to Chambers
Street Hospital, uud whin tho surgeon ar
rlvod they were both revived and carried
They carno to tho hotel last night about
12.110. They woro well droBsed, anel tho
young muu woro a respluuduut tall hat. Ho
reffisiorod as " . L W. Lleb aud wile.
City." Tho young liiaii gavo his watch and
frlG to the clerk to ho put in the sufo.
Tins moruiug tho young man gavo his
namo as Willuim Augell, and suid he lived nt
Sumner and (treeun uvouues, lirooklyu. He
is nineteen years old, uud is a telegraph op
erator. Tho young woman was Miss Mnv Douglass,
nbo u lirooklyuito. When shu got to thu
hospital, howovor. she wasMnry Walkor, of
117 West Twenty-fourth htreot.
Ancoll suid bo must havo turned on tho gas
after he had turned it oil. lie disclaimed till
lele.i that they had couio to the hotel for tho
purpose of suicide.
Happily for tho young pair thetiansom was
s'ightly njnr, so tint they aro spnred to pay
tho cub liill. Otherwise thoy would hao un
doubtedly been asphyxiated.
They are both doing well nt the hospital
and will bo t-ent away somo time to day.
Horcuftor " Mr. and Mrs. Liob"vvill not be
so extiavugunt in the matter of hub,
Capt. Cassidy keeps up his record as a pro
duct Hcouri r, and his ai rests fill two largu pages
of his blotter daily.
Capt. 'llminpson is christened by tho men
under his command "tho great disciplinarian
who has a big heait."
Iuspectot Conlln in tho upper district kept the
cars in motion without fear or favor of strikeis
or i ailroad uiaguatoa.
On dlt that l'olieeman Bnydcr, who shot Mc
Gouaii, mil bo mado u roundsman aud thou a
sergeant ut an early date
Iu-ector Steers Is sutlcring from a severe cold
penetrating every uiusclo of his body. He cou
ti acted It during the recent strike
Hcrgt. Fuller and Clerk Chailie Grant sport
thue-eaiat diamonds in thoir scat If. 'lhey look
and shine like locomotive headlights.
Capt. O'Connor create'd so many headaches
dining thu atriko that tho hospital authorities
suggest that a lew beds bo named In his honor.
Capt. ltjiiii stands elci-orvedly high In tho es
timation of Inspector 1) j rues forbid alertness
and gi neral efticiency during exciting scenes
and exciting situations.
Inspector Williams is very proud overhlsclee
tiou as u number of tho New- York Yacht Club
nud hoists that be has for a fellow-member H.
It. H., the l'tinca of Wales.
('apt. Miakini was the trusted and confidential
deteit vo under Supt. Murray when ho was an
Inspector. Meakim did good work in the fruit
less starch for A. T. Btew art's Btolen body.
Commissioner McClavo is at a loss to know
why certain labor unions aro opposed to him.
He cniploB scenes of men, pays card wages and
does not know what a strike is, personally.
Capt. Donald Orant is onu of the moat popular
commanders ou the force. Hu Insists upon a
rigid enforcement of the rules of discipline, and
alvvajs has words of good cheer for his men.
Supt. Murray never loses his head. With the
entue responsibility for the movements of tho
lioliee timing the strike resting upon him, ho
sat with his ear at the tubes and his flngors o
electric buttons, and still had time to talk freely
with all who called upon him.
l'ropcrty Clerk Harriot, when informed that
the Commissioners of Accounts wero to visit his
otllco, told Deputy Van Ordcn to gtvo them tbe
keyB to his seven safes and to afford them every
facility to examine all tho books and property
under his control. John is punctllionsly cor
rcot in the management of his office.
WILL OFFER ON
TUESDAY, FEB. 12,
Motley's Fast Black
Ladies' Cotton Hose
Morley's Fast Black
Men's Cotton Half Hose
EVERY PAIR OF THE
4-lmttoii KID GLOVES (of
a reliable make), with em
broidered backs, in choice
tan colorings, at
1811 St., m St anil 6lli Ave.
(1 8th St. Station Elevated Road.)
M'QUADE NOT TO HE TRIED HERE.
Col. Fellow Bay Judirc O'ltrlen Una Dp.
elded to tirant That Change of Venue
As Boon as Judge Daniels opened tho Court
of Oyer and Terminer this moruiug the
now trial of Arthur J. McQuado was for
mally moved by the District-Attorney, but aa
a motion to chango the place of trial was
ponding before Judge O'Brien it was out off
until to-morrow and tlio Court was conse
Dlstnot-Attorno.y Fellows informed Judce
Duniols that Judge O'llrion hud decided to
grout the chanto of veuue but had not fixed
upon the county to which it should bo sent.
New Nnmes on Hotel Iti'ulatrra.
W. 11. llarues and O. B. Clark, of Auburn, and
I.. Ureeultoh. of JJayton, O., aro at the Hturte
ant. 11. 8. Marshall, of Cincinnati; C, P. Lanclois.
of lSoHton, and L, E. Walker, of riiiUuelphla,
are at tho Albemarle.
Morris McHojer, of Itocheston T. If. Mc
Donnell, orl'miland, Mo., aud W. B. Allen, of
llutlalo, uio at the llsrtholdl.
F. W. HuidekoiKT. of Washington: O. A. Bel
zer, of Cleveland, and B. K.Cartiitht, ofltldge
vay, fa., aic kuisU at thu Bt. James.
Prominent at the Brunhwick are W. P. Mel
bourne, of Washington; J. Hwann Trick, of Bsl
tluioie, and L. J. A. Derome, of Montreal.
Ciillen Brown, of Detroit; Lieut. K. W. 8ut
iihen, V. S. N. ; J. V. Mnnarty, of Boston, aud
F. V. Hudson, of Hartford, aro at the Grand
Conspicuous at the Fifth Avcnno are O. Q.
Msekty, of lansvillc, Ind. ; Thomas 1. Bwan.
ofBaltimore; John A. Camp, of Lions, aud
George T. Oliver, of Pittsburg.
Charles R. Hosmer, of Montreal; T.n. Fahno
stock, of Pittsbura: 8. A. Coalo, Jr.. of Bt.
Louis, and L. B. Bcok, of Ban Francisco, are
among recent arrivals at the Hodman.
Among tho GUsey Houso guests aro J.C.Whlt
inc, of Ht. Louis; Gen. J. B. Casoment, of
l'aliiesvlllo, O.; J. Q. A. Horrlng, of Baltimore;
L. C. Weir, of Cincinnati, and Judge Charles
Daniels, of the Bupremo Court.
An Irish meeting Is held in Hyde Park despite
the polico aud paste olf Quietly,
The yacht Alva, with Mr. W. K. Vanderbllt
aud a party of friends, arrives at Bermuda.
lle y gales aud snowstorms block up the rail
was and tnp telegraphio communication in
Bimon Dillon, aged twenty-two, is stahbod to
death on Into street, at Daubury, Conn., by
three unknown men, who make their escape.
Harry Ilartie, of Bonton, a tourit at Niagara,
falls headlong into the Niagara lther from the
Ice mountain but is almost miraculously rescued
The Hotel Stratford in Philadelphia is injnred
and two big stores on Walnut street is destroyed
at a loss of $7.1,000 aud Fireman Goorge
Bhowers is killed.
AtBeavor Dam, Ky.,wbero there is a local
Srohibitlon law, two young men named Charles
unch and John Ferguson kill themselves by
each drinking a quart of whiskey.
Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers
are offering imitations whichthey claim to
ipj be Pearline, or " the samel'as Pearline."
fTf'AfC Vf It's false they are not,and besides are
JLJ VV CM. K danBcrous. PEARLINE is never peddled,
but sold by all good grocers.
Manufactured oniy by JAMES FYLE, New York,
W-iltl J ilflfcaWaaVl llinrlitlll. aaafBaJUBaakKLaaatt'faiaaa. jM aia L .tmtdJJLtXi r -iVJf ..Atdfi-jL.
FOX & 'KELLY, '
Broadway, Corner Ninth St.
Novelties in Foreign Dress Fabrics are coming in
daiiy. 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 bier Stock of Dry
Coods. 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 P1ECKS, ALL-SILK FAILLE TOANOAISE,
IN CHOICE EVENING SHADES,
FIITY-NINE CENTS A YAHDs
U12DUCED FKOM 73o.
LADIES' EXTRA FINE DRAWERS, VITII HEM
AND CLUSTER OF JOUR TUCKS,
NINETEEN CENTS A FAIR.
LADIES' EXTRA FINK CHEMISES (TRIMMED),
NINETEEN CENTS E KCII.
FOR CASH OR INSTALMENTS
"We ar now utTtritiK our raot elegant styled of Upright
(mm. IMatioK on eauy monthly inntnlmei.t at theuHtial
lownrUtd leruiMonly K ..ml $10 month. until all
paid 1 hunt are tlm fatuous nw " W'A 1 Llt.S" upright i
planoH, and an J aru unKurpMsed for fine tune, iohd ion- '
truction anil great durability Krury piano warranted
aii ycartt to gie entire nt Is'act Ion
fiOvood aecondhand pianos, $100 upward i only $5
momh. until paid
A handonie ntool and cover given with uaoh piano,
IMeaM call or aend postal for reduced prices and
HORACE WfiTERS 8 CO.,
1 24 5th avo.. near 1 8th at.
THE GREAT BARGAIN GIVERS,
NO-J. 008, fll2, Oil 8TII AVE., M'.TWELN
35TII AM) 3IITII HT
ARE orrpniNG RTARTI.lNn INDUCEMENTS IN
1-UHN1IUH1., OAUl'LTS, UEDD1NU, 4o. ALSO
IN ENDLESS VARIirTY.
SPrOIAL ARRANOEMl NTS MADE WITH PAR
TILS DI.S1UOUS Ol' l'URCUASING ON THE
NEW INSTALMENT SYSTEM
DAMAGED BY WATER.
P1.IMIHKKS I.HKT PIPE OPBN AND
l'I,(M)Di:i) OUU IllIII.DINC.
$10,000 WORTH OF DAMAGED CARPETS, RUGS,
LINING, OIL-CLOTHS. 4o.,
AT HAM' VAM'li.
ni'KIVE CA11PUTM ANU .SHADES.
THE HYATT CO.
KIIWAltl) II. IIAII.ICY, TKKAH.,
NO. 273 CANAL ST.,
PETER V. MLYFK, AUOTIONEElfc
BY ORDER OK SARAH LYNOU,
WILLIAM LY.Nril, DECEASED.
ABSOLUTE SALE, WITHOUT RESERVE.
ADRIAN 11 MULl.hlt A SON
utll aell at auction on
THURSDAY, l-eb SJ, 1880,
at IS o'clock, at thu Real Eatato Exchange,
fill Liberty at .
103 CHOICE AND VALUAULB LOTS,
STH AND EDUEOOMRK AVES.,
lftlTH. lSliril UiTTH. lflllTH,
RIVER AND EXTERIOR ST8.
OTH ANDUl'U AV1.S. L bTAllUN, 150th at. 8th are.
AIodk tho entire front of this property, and alto on the
whole of Exterior at , new bulkhead hare juat been
built, and the Harlem River improvement, being1 novr
made by the United States Government will make this
one of the most valuable water lronte In the city.
Sixty per cent, may remain on mortvaire at fi per eent.
Title guaranteed by tho Lawyers' Title Insurauoe Com
pany. Hooks, maps, do., at the auctioneer's oflloe, 1
milE ANNUAL MEETINQ OF THE STOOK.
JL holders of the American Uas Pressure Regulator
Company of New York ft the eleotion of five trustees
will be held at their omce. Ho. il;3 0th avo., on
THURSDAY, Feb. 21, at4P M
O. K, UETZEL. JB., Secretary.
Three Ilrotbers Who Don't Aeree.
EUolin Dcrmody, airod twonty, of 428 West
Twenty-elxtli Btrcet.who was shot by hU brother
Michael, ilurlng a sort of duol in the latter's
alnon, lat December, wan a prisoner at tho
JclTernou Market to-day. At 10.30 last nisht
he was intoiioutod in West Tenty-lxtli street
and stabbed his second brother, Patrick. Ho
was arrested by Policeman Jordan, of the tili
teenth Precinct, but the brothor who had been
cut did lint appear aealutt him in court to-day.
On the officer's testimony, Uermodr was fined
Fordhatn'a C'otnlnti Celebration,
Tlie For dli am Club will commemorate the
birthday of the Father of his Country with a
banquet In their beautiful club-house on Creston
avenue The guest of the evening will bo Park
Commissioner HtephenBon Towle, who will re
spond to tho toast, '"lhe Future of the Twenty,
fourth Ward." The tickets aro already sub
scribed for. Mazetti will cater.
The Venerable Cardinal I'ltra Jicnd,
A cableeram to the Catholic A'ncs of this city
annoincos the death of Cardinal John Baptists
l'itr t, who was the second in rank In the Sacred
College. He wa boru at Champfortruil, France,
miAue. 10, 18ia. He was mado Cardinal
March 10, 180U, and was one of tho alz Hui
f rauou liUhopa of tho llomwi l'ontiil.
J lateJ Ijiiilj i jWsH-it. afalaWstT Ajlsstatat a. It It Its I ttW i H- Ju.1 Wj iA
S00 DOZEN, ALL-LINEN, DAMASK AND HUOK
TOWELS, SIZE 23x45 INCHES.
NINETEEN CENTS EACH;
ACTUAL VALUE, 35o.
THE DEMAND FOR 20o. CORSETS HAS FORCED
US TO MARK OUR 05c. AND USo. FINE COU
TILLE CORSETS, IN ALL SIZES, WHITE AMO
TRIMIIED CORSET LOVERS, PEARL BUTTONS.
Rnsultinic from th Krnirs of Youth, Premature De
cline. Nervous and Physical Debillt), impurities of the
lil.ioi!, rnlly, Vice, iKnorance, Overtaxation, Enerva
ting and untiltlnu tho victim for Work, llusiness, th
Married or Social Relation, may be alleviatod and cured.
Healed InHtructlonn for Infallible Hume Treatment sent
free AilJresa. WM II PARKER. M D, or Till!
I PEAIIODY MEDICAL I.NS1I1U1E. No. 4 llulflaoa
' street, llostou, Msas. CuntidentiaL
MADE WITH IIUIIalXG WATER.
MADE WITH liUlLIXO MILK.
HAS CURED THOUSANDS.
1H. SNOW'S A.1MIOMA hKI.N S0AP.
Only nuro cure for Pimples. Scalp Ditteas
Dandruff, borwB. 11 urn uud all ditretwoi of th
tliin I'rlcu, Z7t centH pur tako. For bale At all
.sailing dry-good houiws and druggist. Alio al
Bloomlugdale'ii, yd are and .MHU nt. STAND ,
AUU l'KHrUMKltY WOUKb, belling Agouti,
18 Mercer at.
Ladles, unur jnultiui pirut art i.'ou&wfautn' V Ileus. '
rjoupuunil Tltnay lllla, orltlnaua la lMi and um4
wtla unrulllnix eiiccesa .j opwarda of 10,000 wenMa
avarv m.nta for in put its vera If your draiitdua'l kaaa
"Wilcox's Ciirupuiind Xan.y Xllls,, acctpt s.
warthltMiinitraniald ti b "jntl at rood." but lad A cent
far ' Woman's Nnfto Onard," sad rtcalvs taa ealf
ah.nliitelvr rlliibln remnly by xoal).
W1LCUX bili:t'IKIO 'f.. I'hlla.. Tsw
.wasa4BBr JB I prescribe and fully en.
JiVMB m done Ills; G as the onlr
jMiiCtni In "NrB spedflc fortheccrtalncttt
MMfX TO l DATS.fJ of this disease.
aWPWOaaraald sot al a.l.IURAIIAM,M.D
gj&B cause atrtotars. Amsterdam, M. Ti
H uriealy.yta We bare sold Big ,QfoT
luWfha.a n.nlr.1 (la many years, and It baa
VBjk OUMlnnatLirWM Faction.
Sk. Ohlo.H D. B.DYCnE4Ca.
rda''8i,'p'rri 31 .nn. Boldhy Droiiristl.
Should always be nsed for children teethinr. It sooths
lhe child, softens the iumi, allays all pain, onreswlaa
colic, aud is the best remedy lor diarrhoea. Twenut
THE "MICRO-AUDIPHONE," FOR DEATNKSa
Call or address for book. 1SB0 llroadway. M.Y.
PEERLESS DYES BoutaxSsaaiam.
snUPTON N. J.) RACES.
J MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND FIUDAT.
Trains leave by l'.rie lullway, S3d st. and foot Obas
bersst.. Now York. ,.
O. II. ENQEMAN, Praaldani.
James McGowak, Bocretary. .
VT Racing every Tuesdsy, Thursday and Satnruay,
rain or shine: first race at 1.30 P.M. sharp. Oars di
rect to track from Hoboken ferries.
tl. WHITEHEAD, BecraUry.
CIENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY.
; FOOT LIHKIUV br.. NORTH 1UVEB.
TIME TAULE, JAN. 10. 1K81I. .
For Easton, 4, 7, H 30 A M : 1, 3.15,4. 110,6.45 P.M.
Sunday, & A, M. j 6. 30 P. M. .
For liathlehein, Allentown, Manch Chunk. Ac, . 7,
rf.HOA. M. t 1, ! 43, 6.4S P, M. . ...
For Wilkesbarre, Plttston aud Scranton, 8.30 A.M.I
3.45 P. M,
For Red Hank, Lon Rranch, Ocean Orove. via all rait,
lo.. 4.30. o 15. 11.15 A. M s 1.00.4.00, f30.
(1.10 P. M. Sundays (except Ooeao Orov.) 4.00,
O.QOA. M. ,-
For Manchester, Toms River and Ilarnegat, 4-3Q.8-1Q
A. G 1 00, 4 30 P. M, Parlor care at 1.00 ani
Forl.sluwoodat4.30, 8. IB A, M. 1,00, 3.30. 4.30
' ' FOR ATLANTIC OITY. ,,,.
4.30 A. M. i 1 P. M. a.30 P. M. Xuronth Express witi
parlor i ars
bHOIUEHT AND QUICKEST ROUTE FOB
, , ROUND HROOK ROUTE. , . , ..
via Central Railroad of New Jersey and Philadelphia
and Heading Railroad. .
Leaves foot of Liberty st .North River,
4. 7,46, 0. 11 A. M i 1.30. 3 15. 4. 5.30, 7.80, IB
P M. Bundsy. O A.M. i 6.30. 112 P.M. ... . ,
Patjor cars on all trains, fileeplng oars on raldni."
Tickets and parlor car seats can be secured at 71,415,
WJ. 1140. 13a: Broadwayi737 0th aft..a04)Voe
P-'Mh st., "13-' East ll!5th st.. New York 0"U;t
UGO Fultoa St., 1)8 Broadway, Brooklyn. New York
Transfer Company will call for and check baggage from ,
botol or rwldeac to destination,
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