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The Washington Critic.
WHOLE NO. 5,293.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST i, 1886.
I'llIOE TWO CENTS.
814 Boventh Street.
Great Closing Sale
Hats, Bonnots, ITowors,
Tipo, riuinoD, Ribbons,
Lacos, Bilks, Volvots,
Sun Umbrellas, ParasolB,
Jorsoys, Qlovoa and Corsots.
tsrnon'l I'nll to Attend.
hianr weight, amj wool, new
E. B. BARNUM & CO.,
till Pennsylvania Avniiun.
Artificial Stone Paving Comp'y
Office, 1418 New York Avenue.
Artistic and fine Work in Comont
Our Skilled Workmen lay tlio folio wing Pavo
taeuts; Schlllcnger'8 Patent, Best Granolithic.
Asplialtum, Artificial Stone.
Kitchens, Sidewalks, Stablosand Collars laid
with neatness and promptness.
Owners ot property nro notified that thoy
will bo licld rosponslblo for Infringements of
this patent. Tlio United States Courts for tlio
District of Columbia liavo recently enjoined
It. L. Crnuford and tlio Commissioner of tlio
District of Columbia fiom laying this pave
ment. All artificial slono pavemonts other
than that laid under tlio patent aro worthless.
JOS. 0. MoKlBBIN,
Tclcphono Call .107-2.. rresldout.
"all the summer resorts
Should bo well putionlzod. Such persons
that ato going to leave "Homo, Sweet Homo"
for another cllinata should bur ono of tlioso
cheap, pretty trunks to take with them.
Now, wo not only havo tlio trunks, but tho
very things to go In them.
Gents' Crcolo Linen Suits, S'2 and 82.60,
Uxtrn slzo black Sorgo Coats, fl.50.
Boating uml Fishing Shhls, Shoos, etc., Fur
and Woolllnts at cost. Kvcry nrtlcloat sweep
J. W. SBLBY,
1911 and 1010 Pa. ave.
137 8KVKNTH STREET N. W.
0. P. Bukdette, Sole Agent;
1). W. CLKGG'S
Combination Letter Sheet & Envel
ope. For Letters, Notices. Bills, Statements, Circu
lars. Of all sizes, in boxes of '.'5, 60, 100, 250,
500 and 1,000 each.
Will Dispense with Envelopes.
Will Save Weight In Postage.
Will Save Tlmo and Trouble.
Tho postolllco 6tainpswlll show date o( de
livery. J. W. WATERS,
Solo Act, fur Washington and Alexandria.
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
1103 Pennsylvania Avenue, second door west
oi runui Mrcei,
SOLE AGENTS FOH
Ohiokering and James & HolmBtrom
CLOCUH AN 1VAK11KN OHGAN8,
And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Emerson.Steck & Bau's Pianos
n f fl Wilcox fc Whlta nnd Kimball
" m 'organs. Pianos and Organs sold
on Installments, ronted or exchanged; rent ap
plied If purcharoJ.
Maintains: imrtimr i.nnwlitm nmnt Kills ft no.
DEALEIUN BUILDING SUPPLIES,
DOS to 911 a street northwest, noxt National
Architectural Iron Work, Cement, Plaster,
Flro Brick, Fire Clay, Wall Slate, Paints, Oils,
Glass, etc. Jc?
FOll ENGRAVED AND 1'HINTUD
JTHiaE'S. 1343 F ST.
Plato and BO Cards, $'J i 100 rrluted Cards,
SI, Opposite Ebbltt limine.
Black Dross Goods, Embroidorios,
Lacos anil Trimmings.
710 MARKET HPA013, WASUINQTON, P. 0.
SUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Full Stock ot Sun Umbrellas and Parasols.
WILLIAM R. RILEY.
Ullcr lliiliaiuir, Cor. Ulli mill KNli.ii.n
Ladles' Tailor and Hanitmakor,
730 Seventeenth S. N. W.
BOOKS .AND STATIONERY.
COLORED TISSUE t'Al'ER,
Pino Tar Jloth Paper, Paper and Envelopes.
805 and 807 D St. NoiUiwcst,
Buy Your Books and Stationery
SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER
THE BEST IN THE DISTRICT.
SAMUEL C. PALMER, Agent,
lU'Jl TWENTY-NINTH STREET NORTHWEST
Woodward & Lothrop.
Grand Reduction Sale
SEASONABLE DRY GOODS
Boston Dry Goods House.
Stock-taking lias brought to light
many lines ot goods which must bo
sold In August.
Our oustomors aro fully nwaroof
tho fact that wo carry no goods ovor
from one season to another, preferring
to open, as wo do, each season with nn
entirely now lino ot seasonable goods;
lienco tho necessity of closing out at
a prlco our ontlro Block of summer
goods wlillo In season and desirable.
Commencing Monday, August :i, wo
shall mark down nil goods which in
our Judgment cannot bo disposed ot
through tho regular channels at their
Grand Itcilucllon Halo or Ladles'
Cnninrlc CorHot Covers.
In order to cause their
early disposal, we make these
reductions, which should
commend them to the trade
as most excellent bargains.
With such ready-made goods
atsuch prices, customers can
not afford to make them up :
Itlgh-ncck Cambria Corset Covers, Ham
Itcduccd from 87K to 23o oach.
Hlgh-nock Cambric Corsot Covers, tucked
front, Hamburg trimmed.
Kcduccd from 42 to !io oach.
Hlghsquaro-ncck Cambrlo Corset Covers,
four clusters of threo'llno tucks down tho
front, Hamburg trimmed.
Reduced from 15 to 37,Vo each.
Low-neck Cambrlo Corset Covers, laeo
Itcduccd from IS to 37Wo each.
(Second lloor; tako tho olovator.)
IinillcH' Jtluslln Corset Covers.
Wo havo Just ODoncd 200 dozen moro of our
eolobrated 15o Muslin Corsot Covers, with
wlucli wo novo naa such oxcollont success.
Thonrico. isc. is out n fraction abovo the
cost ot material.
(Second lloor; tako tho elevator.)
dm ml RoditctionSnloorHonNoiialilo
Tho following Silks must be sold lit
August, henco tho extraordinary re
ductions, which will commend them
selves to tlio trndo as most excellent
bargains, nnd at which prlcos eliould
moot with a ready salo. for novor be
fore havo tlieso goods been otlcrod so
21-iuch Foulard Silks-Black ground with
white, navy bluo ground with whllo.
Reduced from 60 to snooper yard.
18-Inch Heavy Chovlot Silks Two patterns
only, light effects, nil silk, and warranted to
wash and keep Its color.
Itoduccd from 50 to !)7Xo per yard.
21-inch Foulard Silks Grouud colors, navy,
black, gamot and ecru, with colorod figures,
Itoduccd from 75 to Mo por yard.
18-lncu Chongoablo Small Checked Loul
Reduced from 02,V to 50o per van!.
JIMuoli China Silks Garnet ground with
blue, whlto ground with bluo.
Reduced from $1 to 50o por ynrd.
22-Inch Satin Corduroy Ground colors,
black, garnet and green, with ucntprotty
whlto figures, oxcollont value.
Reduced from 75 to COo per yard.
Ornnil August OirerltiK1 of Lndlcs1
nml Moil's Ilnuilkorclilors,
Having secured most cxcollcn t values
in theso goods, as a special Inducement
to purchasers wo rcduco two or thrco
of our best linos and comblno them In a
"Grand August Sale," representing tho
very choicest and best values for tho
money ever shown.
Ladles' Handkerchiefs lUKo.
Ladles' Colored Bordered Linen Cambrlu
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, IK-lnch hem,
Reduced from 21 to 12Xo each.
Ladles' Solid Color Linen Cambrlo Hem
stitched Handkcrohlcfs, In light bluo and pink
centres, with colored solid borders of light
bluo, pink and nnvy bluo, worth 15c,
Only 12Xo each.
Ladles' Colored Hordorod Linen Cambrlo
Hemstitched HnndkerchtcfH, hi now, ncnt and
tasty designs, 1-Inch horn, worth 17c,
Ladles' Linen Cambrlo Colored Rordered
Hemstitched Handkerchiofs, In -Inoh hems,
tlno quality and oxnulslto colorslng, worth 10c,
Only 120 each.
13c Men's Hnuilkcrchlcfu.
Men's Colored Bordered Linen Cambrlo Iloni
stltchod Handkerchiofs, i-lnclihcm,worth 17c,
Only 12&0 each.
Men's Pluln Hem AlMlncn Colored llordcrcd
Hnudkcrchlefs, block centres, excellent col
ors, worth 17o,
Only 120 each.
I.hiIIcm' Ilnuilkorclilors 20c.
Ladlos' Whlto Llnon Cambrlo Colored Em
broidered Handkerchiefs, lino quality.
Reduced from tiTAo to i!5o each.
Ladles' Sheer Lawn Colored Border Horn
stitched Handkerchiefs, handsoinu borders,
Reduced from !17M to U5o each,
1 Ladles' Shocr Llnon Lawn Hemstitched
llnuilkerchlefs, fanay centres, In light bliionud
pink, !-lneh hems, worthtUo,
Only 'JOo each,
Ladies' Sheer Lawn Black Roidercd Hem
stlluhod Handkerchiefs, lW-luchhcni, excellent
uciiuccu iruui iu iu uu cuuii.
Ladles' Plain Whllo Embroidered Sheer Lawn
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, '.-Inch hems,
S5c. Men's Hnmlkorclilcfs.
Men's Colored Bordered Llnon Cambrlo Hem
stitched Handkerchiefs, lino quality, J., X and
Reduced from 117 Ho to 2i5o coch.
Uxtraorillimry Ileiliictlon In IiIiiIIcm
anil Clilldren's noNNniiicrs.
Wo havo reduced our entire slock of Ono
Dollar ladles' and children's Gossamers to tho
unheard of prlco of BOu each.
Our reason Is that thoy aro 11 poorer grado
limn wnciiin to keen, mid iironoso lo discon
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tinue Hie salo ot them, hence (Ids murvoloiu
From ii to ftOo each.
Customers leaving tho city must not forgot
wo glvo them tho samo attention through tho
malls as cun bo secured In person,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Boston Dry Goods House,
ONE 1'IlIUr. ONLY,
UJI1 leuM. Avo.
Dili 1) Mlreet
AIIOUT TUB niU'AHTJir.NTH.
Hxct'itllvo Appointments Treasury
Change Ordors Issued To-ilay
Colonel I.aitiont Not to ltctnaln In
Washington During: tlio Presi
dent's Alisouco Miscellaneous mill
Tho President to-day made tlio
.Postmasters : ,J. W. McAlocter, ut
Florence, vice W. E Harrison, re
signed. I.ato Presidential Appointments.
Tho President luto yesterday after-
.noou tna'o tho following appointments:
juiKcr r, ico, collector oi customs, at
Yorktown, Vn vlcalleiiry J. P. Clay,
.. . ' - i
Adelard Uticrnuii, collector oi
tom5 fur tlio district oi Minnesota,
Jo3cph Bookwaltcr, suspended.
The Secretary of tlio Treasury has
appointed Jo3oph it, Oivcns oi Mary
landaB ii clilof ot division in tlio Second
Auditor's olllce; Ernest P. llildwln oi
Missouri, a chief of division In t lie
Comptroller of llio Currency'!? olllec;
Thomas W". Burns as inspector of hulls
for the Oalouii (111.) district; .1. II.
Welch ot New York, superintendent of
the Tieasury cabinet shop, and T. T.
Hancock, G. K, Marshall and Win. F.
Dement as messengers.
Tho President's Vncnllou.
Tlio President departure will lake
place mi Friday afternoon, and for at
least four weeks thero will bo a suspen
sion of all business requiting his per
sonal attention or action. Thero will
bo no Cabinet meeting oi conference
during his ubsence, and ho will receive
no callers and pay attention to no mall
referring to appointments. It is unikr
stood that, thero will bo no time during
the summer when there arc not ut least
two members ot tho Cabinet In thluclty.
Minor nnd I'orNonnl.
Tho Var Department librnrv is closed
Consul Mason repot U 11 number of
deaths from cholera at Marseilles last
Mr. Henry Wattoraou of the Louis
villi) Courier-Journal was at the; In
terior Department to-day.
Secretary Whitney did not return to
thlajilty lo-day as was cxptctcd, and Is
not now expected until next week.
The Secretary of War has issued an
order reinstating Mr. J. Ambler Smith
of this city to practice before tho De
partment. Commissioner Thomau's report 011
tho Indianapolis postolllco investigation
will be submitted to tho President to
day or to-morrow.
Dr. M. Mumford, manager of tho
Kansas City Times, Is expected hero to
day to visit tho President as a member
of tho cattlemen's delegation.
Mr. Charles Whitehead of California,
who has been appointed a special ex
aminer of pensions, is a very well
known "Western newspaper man.
A telegram from General Pone has
been received at tho War Department,
reporting that troops aro crossing
Canano Mountain In hot pursuit ot lite
The census of tho Cheycuno Indians
made by Inspector Armstrong 6hows
that rations have been issued for about
1,700 more Indians of that tribe than
are really iu existence.
Tho cattlemen will have an interview
with the President at 1 o'clock this
afternoon, and It is understood that an
extension of time to sixty or possibly
ninety days will bo granted them.
A resident ot Ivuowltou, Wisconsin,
has tent to the President 11 petrified
squirrel, which Mr. Cleveland has
turned over to tho National Museum
for preservation and exhibition.
Uaker P. Lee, appointed collector of
customs at Yorktown, Is 11 prominent
Democratic politician in Virginia, and
was ono of the candidates for tho guber
natorial nomination tho other day.
The United States Consul at Vera
Cruz reports to tho State Department
that yellow fever is rapidly increasing
nt tunc place, lorty-six deal us having
occurred during the hist two weeks.
Senor Soteldo, tho Venezuelan Minis
ter, has received from tho President of
Venezuela a copy of tho proclamation
announcing the suppression of tho
revolution and the restoration of peace.
The Secretary of War has directed oil
bureau ollicers of tho War Department
to attend General Grant's funeral.
General Sheridan and stall' and some of
tho bureau ofllccrs will leave for Now
York this afternoon.
Senator Coekrell of Missouil is iu the
city iu tlio Interest of somo of his peo
ple who are largo cattlo owners, having
stock iu the Indian Tciritory. From
hero ho will go to New York as ono of
tho Senate committee to attend the
Tho Attorney-General bus decided
that tho law preventing tho landing of
criminals from Immigrant ships cannot
bo construed as operating against a
pardoned ollender unless tho pardon
was conditional upon his crossing tho
The R'poit of woiks of improve
menl on tho livers ot .Maryland and
Virginia for tlio last llscal year shows
that owing to the lack of money no
work was donu on tho Potomac ltlver
Improvement iu the vicinity of Mount
Tho Malioue man who was superseded
as postmaster at Mlddletown, Vn., by
tho appointment of Mrs, Marsh, refuses
to give up tho olllce. Two demands
havo boon made upon him, but ho has
refused each. The department will see
that ho gets out.
The light-house at Koauoku ltlver,
Albormarle Sound, N. C which was
destroyed by lire on March 21, 1885, has
ocen rcuuut, omia iiguc win uu siiovu
from tho now structure on and after
August ir, ISS.'i. The characteristics
will ho tho samo as those ot tho former
The Adjntant-Goneral has received
Information ot tho death of Captain
William II. itussoll, retired, U. S. A.,
wh'ch occurred July 20, near Ashovllle,
N. 0. lie wii3 born In Nov Jersey and
cntcicd tho service Match .'1, 1855, when
tho Tenth Infantry wag organized, and
became captain In tho same leglmcut
n September, 1801. Ho was retired in
1003 for disability.
Tlio delegation representing the cat
tlemon of thcChoyenuo and Arrapahoc
country had an Interview with Secre
tary Lamar late yesterday nftcrnoou,
In which thoy asked for tlmo to remove
their herds from tho proscribed country.
Thoy said they aro perfectly willing to
tako tho cattlo oil' If they aro given to
June 1 next.
Secretary Lunar and Attorney-General
Garland are tho only members of
the Cabinet who expect to remain iu
Washington during the President's
absence. Secretaries Bayard, Eudlcolt,
Whitney, and Postmastcr-Gencial Vilas
will spend tho tlmo at their homes, and
Secretary Manning will go to tho
Watch Hill, Conn.
Tho lca3c-holdcrs and cattle men who
havo come to protest against, tho in
forced evacuation of the Indian Terri
tory will not attempt to sen the Presi
dent until their numbers have been
Increased by arrivals expected to-morrow.
Their plea will be that It Is im
possible to move 300,000 cattle from the
Territory In forty days.
The published statement that Colonel
Lament will remain at tho Whlto
House during tho President's absence
and remain In telegraphic communi
cation with him for tho transaction of
business, Is unfounded. Colonel La
ment will leave Washington with tho
President and remain with him con
tlnuouMy until his return.
It is said that thu health of Lieuten
ant Greeley, who Is now at his homo iu
Massachusetts, is rapidly declining.
His friends havo urged him to take a
year's leave of absence and spend It In
a climate which may build hhn up.
Lieutenant Greeley, it Is also said, has
given up tho idea of f:olng to Europe
on account, ol a luck oi tlio necessary
L'o3tmasti'r-Gouoral Vilas lias ap
pointed a commission to examine luto
thu present method of delivering tho
mails in Brooklyn and New York city
with iv view to expediting tho service In
those cities. The commission consists
of Postofllec Inspectors Edgar to 11 and
Hall; G. J. Lund, assistant superin
tendent of tlio Railway Mall Service,
and 15. W. Alexander, superintendent
of mail3 at Philadelphia.
Tlio Murderer's Clot lien Found.
The bloody clothes that were worn
by tho murderer, Antonio Nordella,
alias llossa, and which wore recovered
In house No. 331 Maryland avenue
southwest, by Oillcer Malloy of the
South Washington Precinct on Satur
day, were turned over to the police
property cleric tins morning to no item
as evidence before tho grand jury.
Olllccr Malloy claims and Is entitled to
tho 'credit ot working, up tlio case
Vlf-nllicd Citizens In IHsputo.
Messrs. John T. Mitchell and George
Hill, jr., two respectable and dignlllcd
old citizens of West Washington, were
defendant and complainant, respec
tively, In a chargo of assault this morn
ing in tho Tollco Court. Mr. Hill stated
that thoy were Interested In a suit be
fore Judge lluckey yesterday, when
somo words occurred between them nnd
ho called Mr. Mitchell a liar. He sat
down and thought it was all over, when
Mr. Mitchell enmo over to him and
banged him 011 tho head with Ills um
brella. Mr. Mitchell stated that the
statement before tho court was entirely
correct, but this was not tho beginning.
Ho said that on another occasion Mr.
Hill cursed and abused him in the most
shameful manner. Jude Mills said
that men who use such language must
expect to get assaulted. Words do not
justify blows, however, and ho would
Impose a lino 01 ?i or ono wccic.
Iiinuiio on Itellfflun.
A man calling himself "Joseph, tho
Son of God," went to tho Georgetown
University yesterday and refused to
leave. Ofllccrs Fisher and Doicy were
notified and arrested him. Ho ap
peared to be intelligent except on relig
ious subjects. He was subsequently 10
leascd, and hatless and shoeless and
wearing a huge wooden cross sus
pended on his breast, was run In tho
Fifth Precinct about.'! o'clock tills after
noon. When arrested ho pelted the
olllccr in tho noso and at tho station-
houso gave his namo as "Jo3oph, tlio
Hon of God from Tiberias, near Galll-
hiMitiirr uovr.HN.ur.Nr jvr.wN.
A Tkjiporarv Appointment.
Tlio Commissioners have appointed
Percy It. Israel to a temporary clerk
ship In tho Auditor's olllce.
New liuiLDiNtis In July. Tho
monthly report of Building Inspector
Entwisle for the month of July shows
that 183 now buildings were erected
during that mouth. This is 1111 Increase
of eighty over the corresponding month
of last year. Thero were also $117
repairs of dwellings made,
HuiLDiNO Pkrmits. Permits to
build have been granted to AlbortGate
kunst to erect a dwelling and store on
Fourteenth street, between N street
andlthodu Island avenue, to cost $,
COO; Mrs. Mary llolVman, orecfc three
brick dwellings on Ninth and IC streets
southeast, $2,700; Mrs. S. Towers, two
brick dwellings on Second street, be
tween D nnd E streets southwest,
Paris, Auir. 1. The Parisian press
displays much Irritation at tho tono of
tlio Nwili German Gazdto'x editorial
upon military preparations on the
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a ti:iii.iiim; xounaimi,
I'lillmlcllililii nud Ciiinilcn Hweptliy
n V.rclono wllli l'nlnl I'ury.
A cyclone, btieh ns Is frequently en
countered In tho West, but of a kind
probably never known before In tho
history of Aliunde cities, descended
Upon Philadelphia, Camden and the
river between them a few minutes after
3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. In
traversing lla course, which ran from
Greenwich Point. Northeast across the
Delaware, through tho Western section
of Camden, across Potty's Island and
thcuco Into and beyond Port Itlchmond
as far as tho Huntingdon Valley, It. oc
cupied nob mure than ten minutes of
time. In that, period It killed four per
sons. Klfty-elght moro are wounded
and many ot these will die. Five
others mo missing. Five vessels are
wiceked. Hundreds ot people have
been rendered homuli'ss, and hun
dreds moro aro ruined by a calamity
for the havoc ot which there Is no
Nobody In Philadelphia or Camden
knows at Just what locality tlio great
pillar ot wind was formed. The men
on tho bleamers, schooners and tugs
passing or lying oil' Greenwich Point
ilrst saw It Inland about 3:15 p. m. It
looked like n column of cloud rising
from the marshes. Tho traveling col
umn of llylng cloud was attended on
either side by bits of Hying cloud that
kept whirling with trcmoudous velocity.
The commotion among the shipping
along the wharves wa3 great and tho
damage considerable. Tho tide rose to
an extraordinary height, and In many
places overflowed tho wharves.
Soon after 3 o'clock the great shed at
Dialogue's Delaware ltlver Iron works,
a mile and a half above, at Atlantic
avenue, Camden, was laid Hat, and tlio
roof ot Bamfort's Hotel, hard by, sailed
into the air.
The foreman at tho American Dredg
ing Company's works saw the blackness
to the southward and heard a uoisu llko
thu whirring of a thousand eagles' wings
approaching. "Get out, men, or you'll
bo killed," he yelled. Charles B. Daisy,
CO years old, was caught in tho whirl
wind and when they found hhn across
the yard tho wind had killed him, dug
his grave and half covered him with
earth. Thciewnsa frozen teiror on
his dead face that made men sick to
see. Harry Stovoas ran for the yard
gate. Tho wind caught It as lie readied
there. Tho ponderous wooden thing
seized ids tight leg and fairly pinched
lb oil against the gato post, leaving tho
severed limb below tho kuco on ono
side and tho dripping thltih on tho other.
Late last night tho man was reported
John Matthews, a colored man from
Baltimore, was hurled to tho ground
and left with a dislocated hip. Harry
Smith, iv youth ot li), was caught by
tlio wind while lleelng and hurled 100
yards, and left In tho mud of the marsh
to the noith of tho works. A gunning
skill' which lay at tho wharf was blown
clear across the samo swamp and splin
tered to plccesagalnst the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company's docks. Tho big
machine shop of tho Dredging Company
was totally wrecked.
When tho storm struck tho round
house of tlio Pennsylvania, at tiio foot
of Stevens street, it fell In llko a pack
et cards on the polished brass and shin
ing woodwork of seven engines which
had been run iu there. The storm was
fairly In Camden now, and people ran
shrieking through the streets for shel
ter, ono shouting as lie dashed past the
Courier olllce, "Tho last day lias come!"
A darkness not as of midnight, but of
gloomy twilight, lied before tlio wind
abovo tho stricken town.
The tornado had hardly been two
minutes hi reaching tlio centre of tho
town. The scene it created in that
tlmo will haidly be witnessed again till
crack o' doom. Huge trees upturn,
with sections of brick pavement cling
ing to their roots, were scattered every-
icre. Teiegrapu poles ovcrturown,
with a score of wires clinging to each,
iniido the streets impassable Roofs and
timbers were sailing in tlio air, and wo
men and children running from shat
tered houses were shrieking with terror.
Awning and lamp-posts were twisted
into fantastic shapes, as It by lire.
Soon after tho excursion steamer
Major Rcybold left tho whiul the tor
nado was seen approaching.
"I began to feel very anxious 'and
apprehensive," s'dd Captain Reynold,
who commanded her, "when I saw that,
but there was not much chance to
think about what had bitter he done.
Almost before 1 could say anything tho
big black column was on us. Suddenly
it irrow black as nicht in the pilot
house. Tho terrible wind seemed to
come from all sides at once. I looked
over toward Townsend and saw his
deatldv white face shlniiiis iu the dark
ness. I was afraid ho would I030 his
nerve and called to him as loud an I
"'For God's s-ake, Tmvuioud, hold
fast to that wheel.'
"The wind roared so I don't believe
ho heaid mo at all. Just then thu tim
bers began to crack, and iu another In
stant wo went overboard with the pilot
house." Kortilnatcly tho passengers weio
mostly on tlio main deck. The boat
careened under tho heavy strain. Thero
was crash after crush. The consterna
tion amont: tlio passengers was fright
ful. They huddled together around the
engine-room with blanched faces. No
voice could ho heard abovo tho howling
'of tlio wind and tho rattle of tho rain.
In a second or two a last tremendous
crash enmo and tho whole of the upper
cabin wont by tho board. A second or
two later tho darkness began lo clear
and tlio boat righted. The cyclone had
passed on to lurtiiui won; oi uestruo
lion, tlio Major Roybold' floated pilot
less, a lu.lplofs wreck, and Towns-end's
dead bodv lay at the bottom ot tlio
Mr. Miulin l Mori Is, on behalf of
tho State of Mississippi, yesterday af
ternoon presented to Justice Merrick,
in chamber.-, a petition for a mandamus
on First Comptroller M. J. Durham,
directing the latter to issue Ills warrant
for $5,308.00, duo tho State for sale of
public lands, and which tho Commis
sioner of Public Lands had reported as
due. Justlco Merrick took tlio nutter
under consideration and reserved his
Mrs. Jlillclitusoii Withdraw- Null,
III tbo equity cause of Mrs. Eliza
IIutchliiFon against Mlddleton & Co.
and others, the counsel for tho com
plainant have directed a dismissal to lie
entered as to J:v nes 11. MeKcnnoy.
THE FUNERAL TRAIN.
tUQNRKAIi (JUANT'H KKMAINN HN-
coiitj:i 1'itoM mt, "I'tmiccion.
Tho I.att NlRlit nt tlio Cotlngo-lliiMl
doling; ol (ho Cnsltct nud Its lie
livery lo tlio tlovoriiiiieut-.Morn.
In Nrrvlcos for llio Dond Ar
rangements for tlio Itocepllou at
Mount McGregor, N. Y., Aug.l
Thirteen sunrise guns woro llred this
morning lo mark the dead General's
last day on tho mountain. The weather
was thick and foggy, but as tho morn
ing woro, a strong brcczo sprang up
and the clouds were dispersed. Tho
half-hour gnu boomed regularly from
tho appointed. time, I o'clock, and the
mournful echo, as it reverberated among
the bills, announced to the people
that tho tlmo was fast approaching for
tho removal of tho remains ot the dead
General forever from tho cottage In
which ho had spent thu closing days of
Tho soldiers encamped on the
grounds surrounding tho cottage re
ceived oi tiers at daybreak to prepare
for their departure, and iu less than
half an hour thu whllo canvas tents
which had become so familiar lo the
eye had disappeared. Soon tbo blast
of the trumpeters broke fortli on tlio
morning air, and hardly had their
echoes died away, when llio soldiers
were drawn up iu full uniform awaiting
The family were astir early at tho
cottage, whllo tho guests at tlio hotels
mado their way iu squads toward it in
hopes of getting a glimpse of tlio elos
bur scones. Tho funeral ear was In
early readiness and the engine attached
awaited at mo station wnu steam tiji
ready for its departure down
tlio Utile mountain road to Sar
atoga. The family lust night, In
dividually and collectively, took their
last farewell ot the dead, and to-day tho
remains become the Nation's charge.
This morning tho family break
fasted at the hotel ' and aban
doned the cottage for tho tlmo
being to tho visitors wishing to
review tlio remains of tlio departed
member. Shortly after after 8 o'clock
tho doors leading to tho parlor of tho
cottage, where tho remains lay, were
thrown open, and from that hour up to
10 o'clock, tho time appointed for tlio
commencement of the services, a steady
throng of people passed by tho casket.
Shortly before 10 o'clock General
Hancock and staff and a number of
prominent visitors arrived, among
tlio latter being General Sherman,
Senators Evarts and Miller, and
Mr. Joseph Droxel. Tlio fuueriil ser
vices, which began at exactly 10 o'clock,
about 1,500 people being present, were
opened with the reading of the 00th
Psalm and were followed with prayer
by Bishop Harris. Dr. Newman's ser
mon from Matthew xxv, 21, occupied
an hour and llftcen minutes In its de
livery. The services concluded
witli tho singing of tlio hymn,
"Nearer My God to Thee." Tho
funeral train consisted ot seven ears,
and left Mt. McGregor at 12:03 p. in.
.Mrs. Grant and the ladles of the family
will remain until t p. in.
Oeucral Fltzhugli Lee, while hi this
city yesterday, received a telegram
from General IPincock tendering mi ap
pointment as aide at tho Grant funeral.
Ho ut oneo accepted. The Alexandria
Light Infantry havo perfected arrange
ments for attending tho funeral. Gen
eral II. II. Bingham of Pennsylvania
and General Wm. C. Oatcs of Alabama
havo been added to tho committee rep
resenting tho House of Representatives.
ICit Carson Post G. A. R., has decided
to attend tho funeral in a body. Tho
Postinustor-Goncral has ordered tho
closing ot tho Albany postolllco on tho
day ot tlio funeral.
Honors to (Jrnnt. '
London, Aug. I. Tho morning pa
pers announce that by special request
of tho Princo of Wales, Commodore of
tho Royal Yacht Squadron at Cowes,
all vessels iu tho roads to-day, between
I and 5 p. in., shall lower their flags
out of respect to tho obsequies ol Gen
An immense crowd gathered iu and
about Westminster Abbey at noon to
witness tho memorial services in honor
of General Grant.
Tho Times In a leading editorial eulo
gizes tho late General Grant as a noble
and puro-iuinded hero, and expresses
England's sympathy with her trans
Atlantic sister. To-day it adds, "The
South shakes hands with tho North
over Grant's bier iu acknowledgment
of national unity."
Auollior Trial l'or Illel.
Rkciin'A, N. W. T., Aug. !. After
his sentence Rlel attended mass. Ho
responded devoutly and asked to bo
allowed to go to confession, but tho
piiest refused unless ho should publicly
icnouueo Ids profession ot Protestant
ism. This lie refused. Ills counsel
will appeal for a now trial, lirst to tho
Manitoba court, anil u mat tans to mu
Wuloi' (lives Up Us lleail.
VicKSiwun, Miss., Aug. I. George
Mitchell, colored, was arrested and
brought hero on Sunday, charged with
tlio murder ot Martini Mitchell, his mis
tress, whllo sho lay asleep llo then
tied a weight about her neck and sank
her body in tlio river, but tlio weight
being Insullloioutsho roso to the surfaeo
and tho murder was discovered.
in A Cyclone In Maryland.
llAVRU nuGnACK, Ml)., Aug. I.
A cyclone passed over Cecil County,
about two miles south of Klklon, yes
ten lav afternoon. It appeared to bo
about aquaitcr of a milo wide. Mar
ley's Mills, near Bacon Hill, aro said to
havo been entirely destroyed. Many
houses wero demolished, and narrow
escapes from death aro reported.
In llio Klt-i'Ing lor Hours.
Chicago. Auir. -I. Diirine Sunday's
gale the schoonor Jamaica was driven
ashore at Gloucoo with 525 tons ot coal.
Tho crow remained In tho rigging 18
hours hoforo being rescued.
Ileiwy italn l'ull.
Nisw York, Aug. 1. Thu ruin yes
terday wai very heavy. Tito amount
wai 3,03 liiohus for Sunday and Monday,
A ClilciiKo IHilllIery Iliirnoil to
llio (Iron ud.
C'liiCAcio, Aug. !. Shortly after 2
o'clock this morning tho i'liwnlx Dis
tilling Company's distillery, a largo
frame structure on the north branch of
tho river, was entirely destroyed by
file. The employes were not at work
yesterday, nud no one about tho placo
coilid give any account of the origin of
tho lire beyond tho fact that Ilanios
were Ilrst. seen Issuing from tho engine
room. The distillery comprises Bovcral
frame and brick buildings, covering a
space 200x50 feet.
Tho lire spread rapidly throughout
all tho buildings, and the flro depart
ment could do nothing but prevent the
blaze spreading to a largo warehouse
adjoining, which was lllled with pro
ducts of the dlstlllory. Explosions of
barrels of these goods wcro frequent,
and tho llremeu were compelled to keep
Somo 1,000 cows which woro iu tlio
8hedjust hack of the distillery wero
saved. Tho loss will reach i100,000.
The distillery proper nnd llxturcs aro
worth about $10,000,-
A IlnrliiK ltohlicry.
New Yonic, Aug. I. .lohn Lob
man, a passenger on tho stcamslilp
Werra, from Bremen, chloroformed tho
ship's purser anil stole a box ol dia
monds and Jewelry. Tbo purser was
rescued and ldcullllcd Lohman as tho
man who entered his room. Tlio lat
ter will bo taken to Germany.
Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 4. On
motion of John W. Bruce; a partner in
tho linn of O. II. .schech, James John
sou has been appointed a receiver. Tlio
linn is alleged to owe ?.io,tlUU, ol wlilcu
$15,000 comes duo In thirty days.
Mr. W. 15..Rooso Is here from
May, to remain until Friday.
Mr. Ashley Dent loft yestorday for a
two weeks' visit to Chapel Point.
Captain and Mrs. Johns of Thirtieth
street left yesterday for Rock Enon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dean of this city
were at Like Mluuetouka, Minn., last
Justlco William Strong and family ot
this city, aro at tlio Mountain Rest,
Lake Mohawk, N. Y.
Mr. E. S. Lockwood and Dr. Whit
Hamuictt left Ibis afternoon for a short
visit to Atlantic City.
Mrs. W P. Biirch and family aro
overlooking the calm waters of tho Po
tomac from the high hills ot Chapel
Lieutenant Uriel Scbreo, U. S. N.,
of Arctic celebrity, Is In tho city to-day
from tbo Naval Academy, where he Is
Mrs. M. P. Road, Miss F. DeKraft,
and Dr. N. S. Lincoln of this city aro
recuperating at tho Moumoth House,
"Spring iriiKc, iN. ,).
Major Harrison Dltigman has boon
appointed colonel and senior aide-de-camp
to General S. S. Burdctt, commander-in-chief
of tlio G. A. R.
Miss Annie C. Call, 'an accomplished
young lady of Salem, .Mass., Is on a
visit to her uncle Captain Robert Piatt.,
U.S. N., at his residence, No. Ill B
Miss Annie Brldgman, daughter of
Colonel Frank Brldgmau, U, S. A. ,1ms
gone to Martha's Vineyard, wliero sho
Is visiting Colonel A. B. Carey's family
at their pretty cottage there.
Captain and Mrs. Robert Piatt havo
visiting them at their home, No. Ill B
street northeast, their niece. Miss Anna
C. Call, from Salem, Mass. Mrs. Piatt's
health is much improved lids summer.
Colonel Frank A. Burr of tho Phila
delphia Times is at Welcker's until to
morrow. Ho is liusily engaged In pre
paring thu life ot General Grant, which
will deal largely with events subsequent
Hon. Walker Fearn, United States
Minister to Greece, Roumanla aud
Servia, sailed from New York on Sat
urday with his family for Ids new post
at Alliens, which lie will reach about
tlio lirst of October.
In a list ot beautiful women pub
lished in tlio Capo May Star as being at
that famous resort Washington is not
represented, unless It can claim Miss
ICiithlc Mauderson,daughterof General
Charles F. Mandcrson, the Senator from
Colonel and Mrs. Thomas Lincoln
Casey have gone to Connecticut for a
mouth. During Colonel Casey's lib
seneo Colonel Green is iu chargo of
work on the new State, War and Navy
Department building and the Washing
Rev. Henry II. Grant and brldo ato
visiting the groom's fattier, Dr. Edwin
Grant of this city. Mrs. Grant was
Miss Isabel Paine, daughter of Rev.
Dr. Paine of Elmwood, Mass. Tho
brldo and groom will make their future
homo at Laporte, Indiana,
The following Washlngtoniuns weio
at Capo May on Sunday: T. Conrad
and daughter, A. S. Brown, A. Bar
bour, N. Smith and wife, S. N. Powers,
G. Calilll, S. C. Winters, W. F. Mat
tingly, A. S. Mattlngly, A. C. Bradley,
G. E. Kennedy, G. II. Bardivell and J.
Colonel Jeremiah 11. Gilinan, U. B.
A., and his son, Lieutenant Edward R.
Oilman, Fifth Infantry, who recently
graduated, havo gouo to Martha's Vine
yard for a mouth. They aro accom
panied by Lieutenant John M. Carson,
jr., Fifth Cavalry, a classmate ot Lieu
A full-dress gernuin was given at
Deer Park Saturday evening by Mr.
Edward S. llosmer of this city, as
sisted by Miss Elolso Roman of Cum
berland. Among tlio dancers woio
Mijs Davis, daughter of ex-Senator
Davis of West Virginia, Mijs Elkins,
daughter of Mr. S. B. Elklns; Mrs.
Welgbtmiin, and Mhs Convenient- ot
AT Til 18 HOTELS.
Hon, Joseph E. McDonald and wlfo
of Indiana aro at tho Rlggs House.
Hon. Frank Jones of Portsmouth, N.
1I Is at the Rlggs Houso,
Hon. D. E. Hill, Ohio; C.T. Wilcox,
IT. S. A.; IIon.T. W. Palmer, U. S. S.,
Uotrolt, Michigan, aro at tho Ebbltt,
Speaker J. G. Carlisle of Covington,
Ivy., accompanied by Ids wlfo, arrlvod
in thu city yojtorday. Thoy are at the.