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Advertise nnd tlio world In with yotii
Kop iitilot nml yon nre nil atono.
l'or there are nono nwnre what jrotir bargains
Till run make your merchandise known.
Win to of 3 lines in Tho Critic 3 tlmm 25c.
flVi.w JU' iJUVI.im mi
Tho Critic is delivered for 35c. per month.
18TH YEAli-WHOLE NO. 5,422.
WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, DHOKMlTElt 2(5, 1885.
PI1ICE TWO CENTS.
THE MAN WHO ADVERTISED.
" Ills life was gentle, nnd tlio clomont
Bo mixed In Mm that nattiro might si nnd up
And sny to nil tlio world, This was n in in! '
fl.1 I Silk
Woodward & Lotiiuop.
PIYE DAYS' CLEARANCE SALE,
Dec. 26, and continuing
Monday, Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday of next
week, we shall inaugurate a
grand Clearance Sale, or a
Five Days' Remnant Sale,
-which we propose to make
unprecedented in the history
of our business.
Our enormous Christmas
trade surpassed our most
sanguine expectations, and
in such a rush it is inevita
ble that many goods should
get disarranged, soiled,
crumpled or otherwise dis
ordered, and on all such
goods we propose to make
unparalleled redu c t i o n s,
marking them at prices des
tined to make a clean sweep
of the stock.
This sale will include ev
erything that can be consist
ently called a Remnant,
Odd lots of Fancy Goods,
Flush Cases, Bronzes, etc.
Short lengths in Wool
Short lengths of Silk Fab
rics. Short lengths of Wash
Odd sizes in Hosiery.
Odd sizes in Gloves.
Odd sizes in Underwear.
Odd sizes in Wraps) Jer
Odd sizes in Corsets.
Odd lines in Christmas
Broken lines of Curtains,
In fact, any goods whatso
ever that may have become
disordered, tossed, disar
ranged, soiled or that can be
called a "Remnant."
While the press of busi
ness will not allow us to
specify any particular items
in this issue, we shall each
day henceforth enumerate
just such goods as may come
under our notice at that
time, and, as a great many
things will necessarily get
overlooked, we beg our cus
tomers not to wait until the
goods are advertised, but
come at once and come of
ten, as each succeeding day
will note additional attrac
tions lor this extraordinary
Five Days' "Remnant" or
Clearing-up Sale of season
able stuffs, as each and ev
ery department will contrib
ute. TClSSKIl AND WKINKIUI)
Dec. 26, we propose to inau
gurate a Grand Clearing-up
Sale of odd lots, soiled, bro
ken lines, odd initials and
tossed and wrinkled hand
kerchiefs, and, with a view
of closing them out in the
smallest possible time, we
shall make such reductiqns
as cannot fail to cause their
rapid disposal and commend
them to the trade as "un
paralleled bargains" in fine
For instance, in one line
of Ladies' "Initial" Hand
kerchiefs we have sold all
letters excepting 0,P andT.
llcgulnr price sio
"licmuaul" pi Ico ','io
An excellent chance for
Miss or Mrs. O, P and T.
In a line of Men's Fine
China Silk "Initial" Hand
kerchiefs we have left only
letters A and J.
Itogular l'llco .81 S3
"Kcmunut" prlco.. 75o
If Mr. A or Mr. J wants a
"bargain," here it is.
Woodward & Loth hop,
Joston Dry Goods House,
One Price Only,
02 i Pa. ave. 912 D st.
This cold weather bctoro Christmas com
pels icoplo to buy heavy goods If they nood
them. Bo, whynotbuysomothlngtlmt would
ronko n nleo present, both for appoaranco and
wnvmth. Thcro nro n Rood many pooplo up
to thlstlmo that haro not yet bought presents
for those Intending to glvo thorn to, and a
great many people, ns Into as It lj, haro not
yet decided what to buy. Bo lot us mlvlso
you that all this season of tho yoar, with tho
cold weather that Is promised us, nothing
would mako nmoro wclcomo present than a
Wo liavo 11 largo supply on hand, from a
very cheap ono to n very flno California lllnn
kot. WohavonlO I Whllo Blanket for
Wo hnvoa 10-1 Wlilto Htankct for
This Is n very good lllnnkct for that money,
and lust reduced from $.().'.
Wo havo a 10-1 Wlilto lllankct, for
This Is n Lamb's Wool lllankct, and his
been selling for moro money.
Wo havo n 11-1 Wlilto Blanket for
This Is nn elegant heavy blanket,
Wo havo n 11-1 Wlilto lllankct for
I hat 1ms boon Boiling for 55.00. Tluxc havo
lovely (Ircclan burden.
Wo havo a 11-1 Wlilto lllankct for
This Is extra heavy nnd full slzo In straight
ttrlpcs and Grecian borders.
Wo havo a 13-1 Wlilto lllankct as low as
This Is n raro bargain If you take In consid
eration tho slzo
We havo a 13-1 Lamb's Wool Blanket for
Wo liavo n fow moro of thoso largo extra
heavy lull-sized Blankets that wo havo been
telling for ifu.on.
Wo havo a 18-1 Wool lllankct wo nro selling
Wo havo a 11-1 California Blanket for
A 1M California Blanket, oxtra lioavy, for
A 13-1 California lllankct for
A 131 California lllankct, extra lioavy,
pretty bonlers, lor
A 13-1 California Blanket for
A 13-1 California Blanket, extra lioavy, for
Also California Blanket for
that wo sold for $30, nnd nro worth that to
duy. BLANKETS FOR THE BABY.
A Crib Blanket for $1.60.
An extra heavy Crib ISlnukot for
An oxtra largo Crib Blanket for
if 3. iff.
A 13-1 Crib Iilankot. very heavy, splendid
quality, for ifa.r.o.
Crib Blankets, Willi (ircclan borders, In rod
or Mile, for l.oo.
Kmbroldercd Crib Blnnkots, tho word Baby
embroidered In tho centro, for
Handsomer Fmbroldcrod for
$:i,oo, 3.G0, 'l.oo, 4.110 nml O.oo.
Theso also make such nleo presents.
Wo havo tlicm ns low as 7So.
Full slzo Itcd Comforts for $1.00.
Much better for $1.30, 1.50, 1.7fi.
Tut hoy Itcd nnd lied nnd Black for
Turkey Itcd Comforts, heavy qulltol cen
tre, for $3.lo.
Largo slzo heavy Comforts, Turkey Red on
ono side, Cretonne on tho other, for
Satteen Bod Comforts for S1.7S. Plain Pink
nnd lllno Battccn Bed Comforts, heavily
quilled, for If l.sfl.
Bed Spreads mako nleo presents. Wo liavo
some very lino Imported lied Upronds, cspo
dally gut ton for Christinas presents.
Buy ono of these for a present. If It does
not suit tho receiver of tho present wo will
Wo have a cliolco solootlon of Sealskin
Sacques which wo warrant.
KID GLOVES. KID GLOVES.
A real Join In Kid Glovo, In 1-but., forflSc.
In 0 but. lor 08c.
Theso nro tho genuine- Jntivlu mako, and arc
worth Sl.7.1 nnd 83.33 a pair. Wo will prom
Iso to exchnngo those If tho slzo chosen should
not ptovo correct. Ulovos mako estimable
DHHSS 110BKS, nicely dono up In boxes,
unliable for Christmas presents, Indifferent
In Silk nnd Linen, nil concclvablo stylos
nnd prices, nicely dono up In lunoy boxes.
l.rco different kinds or Brass nnd Plash
iittlclos for Christmas presents.
Books & Cards for Christmas Presents
Take n Inst look at those. Wo won't havo
nny after tho holidays; bulling them out rap
idly. Blsquo Figures very chonp. Only n llmltod
quantity of theso. 011 mint como ut once to
innko your selections, as those 1110 only sain
plo lots, nnd sold ut loss than halt of their ap
Slacks of ull kinds of goods for Christmas
piescuts, wo aio unable to mention.
LANSBMJH k Bl,
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
420-432-424-420 Bovonth at.
Store open until 10 p. in, thliwook.
A Quiet Day After Christmas at
tho Exccutivo Mansion.
THE PRESIDENT'S CALLERS.
Removal of ilio Emblems of Mourning
from tho Whllo House.
Commodore, Meant' Sim Appointed 11
CJovornmont Bindery Appolntmont.
Hon. 8. P. Hounds, I'ubllo Printer, to-day
appointed John Waldo of Missouri third
assistant foreman of tho bindery, vlco John
A. Petklns, to tnlto cfTcct January 1.
Trenoury Dopattniont Promotions.
Hector McNeill of Missouri from class 2 to
class 3, and George Vv". Wheeler of Now
Jei ecy from class U to class 3 lu tho oflleo of
tho First Auditor: K. 8. Cowing of Indiana
from chips 'J to class il In tho oflleo of tho
licglstcrof tlio Treasury.
A Wnphlnfiton Boy's Appolntmont.
The President to-iltiy appointed Commodore
Slcatd's son to lo cadct-at-lnrgo at tho Mili
tary Academy at West Point. Young Mr.
Slcard Is wolf known lu Washington, whoro
Ids father has long been a resilient and Is
now serving n second term as chief of tho
Naval llutcau of Ordnauce.
Wlilto Houso Callors. Among tho
President's callers to-day wcro Senators
Mcrhcrson and Blackburn; Assistant Hoc
rctary Talrchlld of tho Treasury; llopro
etntatlvcs I'mqiiliir, Fuller. Oarlcton, Mor
low, Peters, Kctclium, Collins, Johuston,
I.el'cvrc, litcckenrlclgoof Kentucky, Mc
MIIII11, llcnley, r-pilngor, llev. Dr. Mlluurn,
Chaplain of tho House; II. W. Springer and
C. 0. Landers.
An Interesting; Technicality. Some
question lias been raised as to tho legality
of 'Mr. Coon's designation as Secretary of
tho Treasury between tho dato of Secretary
Folger's death September C, 18-31, and tho
Issue of his temporary commission, Septem
ber 1-1. Mr. Coon acted during this period
by vlrltta of tho authority of a commission
to act "In thu abscucu" of Socretary Fol
gcr. Tho Grant Memorial Sorvlcas. Soon
after icassembllng, Congress will doubtless
toko octlon for holding npproprlato mo
moilal services In honor of General Ulysses
S. Grant, aud one of Its first duties will bl
tho selection of nu orator for tho occaslou,
It Is understood to bo a very general feeling
among tho old army friends of Goncral
Grant that this honor should bo assigned to
I'ostmaster-Gcneral Vilas, whoso eulogy of
his Old Commander at tho mooting of tho
Army of tho Tenncssco in Chicago several
jcars ngo will bo remembered asu master
piece of eloquence.
A Government Rollof Expedition.
ScuntorTalr has telegraphed to Secretary
Manning that tho Amcilcan whaling bark
Amethyst, with a oroiv of forty seamen, Is
supposed to havo boon lost on her way
from tho Arctic regions, possibly In Hehr
lug Sen. Tho crew may bo on 60iuo of tho
llchrlug Sea Islands In danger of freezing to
death unless Immediately succored. Tho
owners and ninstcrs of tho whaling fleet
have mailed a petition praying for un im
mediate Government relief and search ex
pedition. Tho Secretary has taken steps to
ascertain what prospect of success thcro
would bo lnnucffoit to reach tho llehrlng
Sea lu tlmo to icseuu thu party by an ex
pedition which the ltcvcuuo Marino or any
other Treasury bureau could lit out
promptly. Tho Navy Department has
notillcd tho "Secretary of tho Treasury
that it. would bo impossible
for any naval vessel to rescuo tho stoamer
reported to bo wrecked In lleerlug 80.1
Tho rovenuo cutter Ilonr will not roach
San Francisco lu tlmo to uttempt
tliovoyngo. It is probablo that iiothlug
will bo done.
Minor and Personal.
Treasurer Joidau Is absent rroni tho city
spending Chilstmasnl home.
Tho mourning drapery put up nt the
llmo of tlio death of Vice-President Hen
dricks was muoved from all thu public
1'oi'tor nt tlio Kccmiil Hull linn.
From General Pope's description of tho
battle, In tho January Century tho follow
ing Is quoted: "In this battlo (of August
Sin, tho Fifth Corps, under General F. J.
Poller, took no part whatever, but remained
all day lu column, without even deploying
Into lino of battlo or making nny effort In
force to And out what was In their front.
That General Porter know of tho progress
of tho battlo on his right, and that ho bo
llcvcd tho Union army was being defeated,
Is shown by his own dispatches to Mc
Dowell, several times repeated during tho
"Not tho artillery only, but tho volleys' of
musketry lu this batlfo were also plainly
heard on Ihclr right nnd front by tho ail
vance of Porter's troops much of tho day.
In consequence of his linllef that tho army
on Ids right was beliis defeated, as stated lu
moro than ono of theso dispatches, ho In
formed General McDowell that he Intended
to retlro to Manassas, and advised McDow
ell to send back his trains lu thosamo direc
tion. "For this action, or non-action, ho ha
been on tho ono hand likened to Benedict
Arnold, and on tho other favorably com
pared with Georgo Washington. I nro
siinio ho would not accent thu llrst position,
and ptobably ho would hardly lay claim to
the second. Certainly I havo not tho incli
nation, even had I thu power, to assign him
to either or to nny position between tho two;
nnd If ho wero alono concerned In tho ques
tion, I should mako no comment at all on
the subject at this day. Many others than
himself and the icsult of a battle, howovnr,
nro Involved In It, and thoy do not penult
silenco when tho second battlo of Dull ltuu
J'JUtSOXA h 3111XTIOX.
Jittlli(,-H of Inlorest About I'onplu Wlm
Avo 'o Known Hell'.
HX-OovEIINOllJ. S-l'IIUYI-Kll ClIOSHV of JIull-
tana will spend tho winter in this olty.
JI11. P. 11. O'Xkill, manaijliis editor of
the Potersbiirp, Yn., Index-. I ijnal, is In thu
llKl'llKSENTATIVB ClMIIMSI II. (lllWOM of
Maryland Is very much IndUposod ut tho rosl
deneu of his father, nearCentrovllle,
CoioNiu, Jas. I'oiisev, Marino Corp), has
Rono to hi hoinii lu Philadelphia, from tlio
Norfolk Nuvy-Vnrd, to sieiid tho holidays.
-Lintm.NAKT IIkniiv T. Ai.uix, Second
Cavalry, nnd Lieutenant Thomas II. Dujun,
Third Cavalry, havo taken final tern ut No.
1MU II ttieet,
Mil. .Iamks Cl. IIuink Is iiialii 11 happy
cnimirntlier by tho bhth of another sou to his
luuelitrr, tho wlfnot Lieutenant Colonel John
.1. Cuppluuer of thu Kltfhleenth Infantry, V.
IIai.vou NrtJwiN, eihj., supreme secretary
of thu Kiidnwment ltnnk. Knight of Pythias
of the World, was tl' icolplont on Ohrfstmis
i.ve iioiii 111s eieratt iiim iKHisiaiH inurx or a
beautiful cold handled eaiiunuil mairnlduent
ineirK'lKiuin jilpo. Mr. Nolon Is he
la in 11
t'ltei'in by his I'lci'Ks, ami thoy
-TiiKiltywns full of midshipmen yesterday,
who earro from tho Naval Aiudumy to spend
their I'hilstinaH. Amoua thorn wero Win, II.
('uldMcll. JolmN.lirUwolil, Kilwunl II. Dtirell,
lloss (lomim, Edwin V. II. Johnson, John (I.
Dcrry. Andiew T. Lone, I.. It. do StnlRiier, i.
11. Wall, (ieoreoll Mendell, Jr mid It, Me
M. Diitton, all of whom wero ut thu Ktibltt
nor shot ron hvaiiks.
An llv-l.unil CiPlninln.lonprOpolls I'Irn
on tlio I'leient Coiniiilasliinnr.
General J. A. Williamson, who was Com
missioner of tho General Land Oflleo under
Znch. Cbntidlornnd CatlSchuK,ls reported
lu Thursday's) Now York Tribune to havo
exprcMcd himself In relation to tho opera
tions of Commissioner Sparks, ns follows:
"Why, he Is only three or four roinovos from
nn Idiot, lie went Into olTleo ono day nml the
nest day ho had formed tho conclusion that
nil his predecessors In oulco wero llileviM. Ho
announced his conclusion licforn nlsrht In
otdtr, I presume, to proiohlmiclf nn hunmt
man. Why, tho man doesn't know tile llrst
principles jet of land law.''
Tho General then goes on to explain
nlout tho ncllon of tho Land Onlco and the
Inlerlor Department In iclnllou to the cclo
brakd Maxwell laiidgrantn of Now Moxloo,
tho patents for which wero Issued by order
of fcccrclnry 8cburz,tho grants having pre
viously been confirmed by Congress. Ho
conclude his spicy Interview ns follows:
"If (hero weio nny tlilovos In that trans
act leu It was tho members of Comrresi who
voted for tho confirmation. It has been my
ejpoileni'0 with sotno Uonnrossmcn that they
1110 always Mainline In with but steals nnd
nlwnys yelllnu 'thief nt some ono else.
Ntalkswiin In Concross. Ho hadn't born In
oflleo but 11I110 days when hovelled fntul
about this Maxwell grunt. It would ttko
thirty (lavs of ten hours mlnyinerelv to read
tho papers tlirourth. It would tak thmn
months fur nny lawyer to ro through thorn ns
ho should to prcparo nn opinion upon the
farts. Yet this rrnzy Rcntlcmn.11 was ublu to
enll nil Ms pri'ileccors thieves In nlnn days
on n easo ot this wctaht mid clmr.irle,'. Let
ino sny rluht hern, too, that, while I lojtir.l
Cnrl fc'cl'iir. politically lis wrnns, tlirrn was
r.ourn Hirer man lu public Her.leo .0 lur us
his oniclnl nets are concerned."
T1W AllMY AND AVI IT.
Orders, Details, T.ouvei, l'lirlnulis nml
Otlior Uluttors of Inturent.
I.Ieulcnnnt Ocnrco W. Molvcr, Sovonth In
fantry, Ims been npiiolntcd recruiting olllccr
nt Cnmp Pilot lluttc, Wyoming.
Captain John W. Pullman, nsslstantquar
t dimeter, has been oulered from l'reseott to
l'ort llowfo, Arizona, for duty.
Cnptnlu Camlllo C. 0. Oarr, 1'lr.tt Cavalry,
nnd Mrs. Cnrrnro nt No. (17 Wnxlilnston
Poulovnrd, Chicago, from Fort Leavenworth.
Company If, First Infantry. Captain Ilobort
(1. Aiinstrong, returned lo l'ort Leavenworth
yesterday from Cnldwcll, Kansas, where It
has been since Inst summer.
First Lieutenant John L, HullN, Twenty
fourth Infnntiy, has been announced by (Ion
era! Miles ns Inspector of tlllo practlco of tho
Department of tho Missouri,
l'rlvnto Constantino Waller, Company K,
Twenty-fccond Infantry, camp on Datlo
Creek, Now Mexico, has been crantol throo
monllu' furlough, to tnko effect nttor liU ro
enlistment. Passed Assistant Dnslnoer H-untiel Graji,
V. H. N , died yoslerday at his homuln ltual
Iiil', l'a., 1 10111 pnralysU. Ho was born lu
.Mnssachu&ntts, out eutcrod tho tervleo In
JHil from I'ennsylvnnln, uud was plaeot on
tho letlred list December ), 1331, for dli
ability. Army Lciucs Grautod LlontcnantJUdwiirl
II. llrooko Twcnty-flrst Infantry. Port Mid
nny, Neb., ono month oxtcnslon. Capt 1I11 IM
ward M. llnyes, Fifth Cavalry, Fort iloao, In
illiiu Territory, ono month extension Captain
C, C. 0. Cnrr, First Cavulry, Fort Li.ivon
worth, 0110 month, from December SI. Lieu
tenant William H. Bcott, First Cavulry, Fort
Leavenworth, eleven days, from Decamber
!3. LlciiUnniit rrnuclsd. Irwin, Jr., JSooond
Cavalry, Fort Leavenworth, twolvo d.ivs,
from December 81. Lieutenant llmrh J. Mo
(irnth, I'ouith Cavalry, Fort Leavenworth,
ten days, from December S.J. Lieutenant
Charles 1). clay, Seventeenth Infantry, l'ort
Leavenworth, twelve day.i, from December
W. Lieutenant William J. Pardee, Etahteonth
Infantry, Fort Leavenworth, twclvu days,
from December S3. Lieutenant Lawrence 1).
Tyson, Ninth Intnntry, l'ort David A. llujsoll,
Wyoming, 011a month extension; Lieutenant
Diehard It. l'uddock, Thirteenth Inrantry,
Fort Leavenworth, twelve days, from llecouv
berSi; Lleutcnnnt Wlllhm II. .tohnston, Jr.,
Sixteenth Infuntrv. Fott Leavenworth, seven
days from December !M, (Ho has koiio to Fort
Knelling to vklt Ids father, Lieutonant-Coloiiel
Johnston, deputy tiiiymastor-goncrul.) Lieu
tenant lleiijnmln Alvord, Twentieth Infantry,
Fort Lcnenwoith, four days,
FV.UllX HOATS COLIjIM:.
Accident on tlio Hudson lllvor Tills
Nkw York, Deo. 20. Tho ferry boats Chi
eiiBonndNcw Jersey, belontjlng to tho Penn
sylvania liallroad Company, collided early
this morning. Tho Chicago, which was mak
ing her G:C5 n, m. trip, was tuken out of her
course by tho strong flood tldo when Hearing
tho slip at Corllandt street, nnd despite tho
efforts of her pilot, struck tho Now Jersey,
which was Just leaving on a trip to Jersey
The Now Jeraoy'ustccrlnc (rear was badly
damaged and her hull received such a blow
tli.it, tortenrof n leak, she wasatonco taken
to tho llobokcn docks for repairs. Tho entire
heavy guard-rail, three Iron imsts and most
of tlo "hood" or wooden extension 011 tho
Indies' cabin sido of tho Chicago wero broken
topleees nnd the iron fence extending across
tlio deck was also carried away.
Tho Chicago wasnblo turo.uma her trips
nfier unborn', ilurlni; which temporary re
pairs wero made. Fortunately only n fow
j roplo w 10 on bouid tho boats nt thu tlmo of
the collision 11nd.no 0110 wns Injured. Had
the accident occurred two hours later tiiera
would undoubtedly have been u largo loss ot
A DVLICATU QVKSTlOy,
lliul'riiposllloii.Subiiiltti'il to tlio Iteln
tivcsof Niiiitlrultii's Victims.
AVilkks liAiiiic, Pa., Dec. S.I. It Is now
learned that tho Susquehanna Coal Com
pany nt Nantlcoko, at whoso mlno tho re
cent great disaster took place, will mako a
proposition to tho relatives of tho dead men
in tho mines to pay over to thenithoamount
which would bo icqulrcd In prosecuting tho
woik of search.
Tho company claim that tho men are all
dead, and that It makes little or 110 differ
ence now whether they are lessened n week
earlier or later. To hurry on the work of
rcscuu costs $1,000 a day. To removo tho
debiis by regular channel uud And tho
bodies In due course of time will bo a great
caving. The company nro not In any way
stihirent In thu use of money, but think It can
bo 1 ut to better use by iilvfuir It to the rela
tives of tho dead men, rather than spending It
lor n hopeless undertaking.
A meetlne; of the rolatli ej of tho entombed
miners will bo held to night todeelde whether
they will ncei'iit tho company's pro;oitio'i.
Thu amount or money It will take to ruseuu
tho men, ns tlio rescuers nt present uro work
ing, will bo iilty tliuutmnl dollars.
Colored I'l't-nelioi'M Como to lllovt'H,
Wukkliko, W. Va Deo, SO. I'.uv. ltonjamhi
Myers and llev. J. II. S. Cooper, negro preach
ers of Iluekhaiinon, w. Vu., respectively of
tho Mcthoditt and Ilaptbit deuomlu.itlons,
yci-terduy engui:cd in 11 spirited dlnotwglou ot
eieed, proeei'dlin; from nntry words to a
loiifth nnd tuinliln light. Cooper Hiuislioil 11
heavy chair over tho head of his antagonist
without elteet. Mtcrs throw Cooper down,
nnd then ilellbcrutely 1 hewed off tho left oar
mid poitlonsot Cooper's nose nnd Him belnre
his lctlm's bltriukx ut pain bvouglit u'Hlst
alice. Myrri will bo prosoeuto.l tor inuyiieio
as nKin in ho roeovors fioin several kulfo
KUihes Inllleted by Cooper. ,
A Itliinliiir ciivlHtmrm Tree.
Cii u .win. 1 re. i!il. .V huao Christmas treo.
bi 111 ItiK gifts for tlio patients aud attendants
nt tho 1'iesb) terlan lli)pital, caught tiro whllo
n hundred or moio pooplo wero ii.ieko.1 closely
nlout It last night. The clothing of some
twenty persons htuiidlug nearest to it naught
I. re. Thu flainus wcro toon extinguished At
the liOMi'ltnl this morning It Is claimed that ut
least UXI lieeUed hurts or burns. Most of
t'lttnl 1'nll of 1111 I'.lovntor.
Piiii.aoi.U'1IIA, Deo. SU. Tho chain of nn ele
vator lu tho 111 hlosburg Manufacturing Com
uin)'s works, Hi hit sliurf, broke ubout eight
o'clock this morning 11 ndtho ear fell, Instuntly
kl ling IM ward T, Peters, aged sixteen ye.trs,
residing -iWt tiardou klioet. Ills Iiuau was
(lushed Into n khnpoles mass.
ISnc e llclwci'ii Oi'Oiin Mtoiliiii-in.
(Jukicnstoun, Deo. J.M. The Ciinard utoamer
Utruil.i, which left New York on tho tilth
Inst., two duys utter tho Wlilto Htnr stoamar
lli'publlc, arrived this morning tivu Hours
Dcntli of AicliblHlion (;orvnl.io.
Ilvm-iN, Deo. 20.--Tho llev. Murcus tiervalso
Ilcrcford. Archbishop ot Armujli, Udead,
He was born lu isui,
DJIil) BY HIS OWN JLVND
Samuel McClintock Found with His
THE CORONER'S INQUEST.
Tlio Dcccnsnl 11 Cigar Dculor 1111 tlio
David I.nnnahnn, mi employe of the
Daltlmotc & Potomac round-house, situated
at tho corner of Sixth street nnd Vlrglnli
nvenue southwest, ns ho nenrod Ids place ot
woik about 0 o'clock yesterday morning,
beheld In tho valley back ot tho round
liouso tho form of n man. Tho
moon wns shining brightly nnd ho could
see that tho man's throat was cut from oar
to ccr. When J.aiiiialuiii iccovcrcd from
tlio shock ho nuhed to tho sldo of tho pros
trate form and a crowd soon gathenl nnd
thu police arrived. It was evident that tho
man had not been dead long. Thcro wero
nil torts of theories 113 to tho manner In
which lie lost his life, and tho opinion
sectned to bo pretty evenly divided ns to
whether ho wns murdered or committed
suicide. Ho was neatly dressed In dark
clothes aud n derby hat, and had black
whiskers and hair. A small wliltoJiaudlod
knife, with which tho deed must have
been done, was found lying closo by cov
eted with blood.
TI1K INQUEST OVr.lt TIIC 11011V.
Coroner Patterson held an Inquest over tho
body ut tho First Precinct Station this
morning at 11 o'clock. Tho Jury was com
posed as follows: Messrs. W. 1. Time, W.
N. Croggati, J. A. McDcrmott, C. I.. Durch,
John L. Cox and Mai tin Horn.
Mrs. Emma Mar tlncck, a saloon keeper
oil Seventh street near M southwest, was
tho first witness called. Sho tcstllled that
on Inst Wednesday afternoon, nbout 1
o'clock, tho deceased camo hi her saloon
In n partly Intoxicated condition and called
for-u drink of whisky. Hu appeared to he
recovering from an attack ot mania potu.
Ho then produced a wcll-Illlcd purse from
which ho paid for tho drink. Ho stated that
ho was n tea captain nud had plenty of
money, nt tho samu tlmo tailing n large roll
of Ilvo dollar bills fiom his lusldo pocket.
Un taking his departure ho met her two-ycur-old
boy and guvo tho child a ten cent
piece, sajlng, "Hero's a Christmas gift for
you." Ho said ho wasu married man and
Lad children ot Ids own aud that ho was
much nltached to children. Ho further
said that he had resided in this city for n
long tlmo nnd wns celebrating I1I3 Christmas
Daniel S, I.analian, tho employe of tho
Baltimore A, Potomac liallroad Company
who found tho body of tho deceased, was
next called and tcstllled that whllo on his
way to work, a llltlo beforo U o'clock, ho
caw tho body of thu dead mull 1 lug lu the
alley in the rear of tho round-house, at the
corner of Sixth street and Virginia incline
southwest. Ho at first thought that tho
man was drunk-, nud, going to his side, ho
called and shook the body, when ho discov
ered that tho man was dead, lie went Into
Ilio romid-liouso and notified a follow
woikman, and together they proceeded to
tho body und made an examination and
found that tho man's throat hud been cut.
Tho knlfo with which tho fatal deed was
committed was lying n short distance off.
llo then notillcd the pollco.
Dr. T. J. Hnrtlgan tostliled that he ex
amined the wounds and found th.it they
wciofonrln number and confined to tho
left eldo of tho race and neck. Tho principal
wound was under tho Jaw and the knlfo had
severed tho Jugular vein and several Binall
vessels, aud that death was tho result ot
hemorrhage caused from tho wounds.
"What Is tho chatneter of tho wounds!"
nkked tho coroner. "Do thoy appear tohavo
been inllleted by himself or by somo other
"Considering nil tho clrcitmtance3 of tlio
case and tho nature and location ot the
wounds, I bellcvo they were selt-Inlllctcd,"
replied tho doctor. "A question may arise
whether or not a man could Inflict such n
number of wounds on himself, but labor
ing as he was under nn aberration of tho
muid, balanced by a strong determination,
ho could do It."
The doctor thinks tlio enso Is suicide.
Louis Strep, a Imr-tcndcr at tho saloon of
Mrs. ltoth, on Seventh near 1) street south
west, wns called nnd testified that ho had
viewed the body of tho dead man nud recog
nized it as that of a man who came Into his
saloon last Wednesday afternoon about I
o'clock In an Intoxicated condition and
called for something to eat. llo was served
with oysters, nftcr'eatlng which ho called
for 11 diluk and dozed lu a chair. When
ho awoke ho stated that ho had to go to
New Yoik ou tlio teu o'clock train. When
that hour nrrlved ho changed his mind and
spent tho night at tho saloon, lu tho
morning ho ato his breakfast tbero aud said
his name was Forrest nnd that ho was n
cuplnln ot 11 Now Yoik lino steamer. Ho
handed a llc-ilollar tioto in payment of his
bill, and, bidding all good-by, ho departed.
Ho wns sober, lie appeared to bo a man of
quiet habits and very Intelligent, aud In
sisted on tho witness coming on to Now
York und taking a trip on tho river with
Alexander P. I-eo corroborated tho testi
mony of Mr. Strep ns to serving tho man In
his place on Wednesday. Ills conversation
was that of a seafaring man, uud his ueccnt
that of nn KnalMiman.
James W. Darker, who keeps a hardware
stoio nt No. till .seventh stieet southwest,
testified tlnit ho had iifiilnt recollection of tho
deceived being In his plneo of business nnd
puichn.sliiga knlle. He thought that It was
011 lust Wednesday. Ills pcrsoisul nppearaneo
wns that of 11 senfailng man. As to tho pat
tern of tho knlte lie coiitd not miv, ns he had
told so many knies since that tlmo. Ho re
numbers tho man saying that hu did not want
n very heavy knlfo. Tho knlfo wns hero ex
hibited to tho witness, who Ideiitltled tho
weapon ns similar to thoso sold lu his storo.
'ilio tratisnetlon was 11 quick one, und ho did
not tmy much attention to It nt tho tlmo,
Eilwiird skinner, u young man of largo no
minlntnneo unions tho river men, tmtlllod
ihiit hist Wednesday ho saw tho deco.isod 111
Mrs, Koth's I'ostuuiuut. on Seventh street,
chunk, llo npproaohod tho man with tho
salutation, "How uro you, captain? Many
oysters upt" . ...
Tho man nt flr.t appeared startled, but af
terward stated that he was not the captain
of an oyster schooner, but wns captain of 11
steamer plj lug between New York nnd Liver
pool. Skinner left the saloon ut H o'clock.
Tho deceased was there ut that tlmo. llo ap
pealed to be sociable nud seemed to liavo
plenty ol money. Ho extended Imitation to
nil who came In the salouii to come over to
Now Yolk und tako a ilvir trip with hlni.
Llciitenniit A. A Uicer, in elmrgo of tho
First Police ITcelnrt, gave his statoinont,
which wns to the effect that burgeon Major
Kviins ol the Soldiers' Homo Uowod the body
lu tho morgue yeBlcidny, nml upon llrst look
lug ut the man stilted that it was not tlio m in
ho llrst suppoMil It to bo, but that ho knew
him. His name wns Samuel Moi.'llntouk,
who was once un attendant ut tho noldlcnr
Homo, but latclv hud been kocnlng 11 small
clear stoic on Sovonth slroet road, near tho
llrst toll gate, llo was subject to going on
lieriodlciii sprees nnd had frequently been In
thu hospllul ut the homo for tioatmcut Thu
Mirgeon win certain uf his ldentllleatlon.
Tho il uleiiiint further stntid that after tho
ldentllleatlon he examined the man's clothing
nnd found tho same "Nimui'l .McClintock" on
tin. shirt. There was nlsoulettcr "11" which
hail been crossed out, also uuinbeis aiT nnd
'.Ml. which numbers doslgnnted tho waul lu
which tho man was nt tho hospltnl.
Cornelius Maynnhnn, n saloon keeper at
No. SIS riuionth street, stated that on Thurs
day a innii, prcolsclv tho duscilntluii of the
deceased, ciiino into his plneo nnd rutted for
a chink. Thoiimn was very drunk and hu
refused to let him hnio more liquor. Trie
innii thdi went out to look tor 11 dining room,
llo wns dressed In clothes Uko those 011 tho
body, uud had on n dark oioi'eout. This
cloud I Ico testimony.
The Jiu, lifter u fow minutes' deliberation,
iitnrntd uMicllct that tho said Samuel Me
I'llnlock came to his death oil the nltfht of
IVi ender tfl. oreiuly on thu morning ot the
slMli, fiom wounds lu throit Inflicted with a
pcuknlto held 111 his own hands.
rieiuliT Do llrlsKOii Di'Hei'tod.
l'Aiiis, Deo. 2D. Premier M Do Ilrlssun Is
being rapidly descried by his follow -n nml
his ul!,'UUtiou Is bcllou'il to bo Imminent,
WILLIAM WILSON CORCORAN.
THE REVERED PHILANTHROPIST WHO WILL TO-MORROW 0BLEDRAT3
I'uitt'i's to Support fSliulstoiiu."
LoMios, Deo. no. Tho members of tho
Scotch Crofter patty nro alarmed over the
hostility displayed In many quarters to tho
proposition of homo rule for Ireland. They
believed thut as a logical soquenee of Irish
humo rule Its beneflts would bo extended to
Scotland. An liniHirtmit meeting or the party
was lieldjesterday, nt which It was devilled
hereafter to uct with tlio Liberals, rely hue
upon (llndstono's Known approval of ntraihiit
rcfoi ins, Tho Highland i.irty, led brllr. 0,
II. Clark, member-elect for Culthnoss, advises
tho C10II1 is for tlio prooeut to pay their rents
In overy ciuni where thoy lire nulo to do so.
A Mcrlous Wi'i'rk.
Pin-iirini, Pa, Dce.OT. A serious wreck
declined on tho Pan llandlo liallroad, near
Philadelphia Cross Itoads, this morning A
freight train going west was about to take tlio
siding ut that Hilnt uud nnollcor freight train
going In tlio samo dlieetlon run Into It, caus
ing a general smash up of oars und setting
tiiotoa number or them. Three men, on not
them 11 trump, mo reported to hivo boon
hurt. Ten curs wore burned nud a number
luullv broken. Through trains from the West
wvi'u detained toverul hours 111 eonsociiteneo
of tlio wreck.
A Mlllooii lH'sti'oyeil by I'lris
riTTsiivitti, Pa., Dee. iW. Fire completely
destrojed the saloon of John Ilallor, on Dul
ler street, ut nn early hour this morning.
While engnged In removing furniture from tha
second floor the flumes out off all means of
cult by tho stairway, and Sin, Ilaller was
futility Injured by Jumping from the window
Loss on proiierly about SV.OiXl; lusiirauou, jsjej.
Movements! or Oct'iiu Ntomusililp.
Arrived ut (Jiiccnstowu, ltepubllo and
litiurla from Now Yorkiat Now York, Hoi
land from London, P Calaud from Hotter
dam, otrauto from Hull,
fl. . ...... HvdS.
Ottawa, Ii.i.., Deo. UK. Patrick Itoonuy and
wlfo, nn old couple living near Suneeti,
LumiIIo Comity, weio yesterday found dead lu
their residence. Jlrs. Itoonoy had been buniud
to death und her husband suffocatcid. The
mippocltlon Is that Mrs. Ilooney's clothes took
Iltu from n oiindlo whllo ho was winding the
clock, nnd that In tho iihsoncouf any help In
thu room she was burnod to death. Mr.
ilooneywiis In nn ndlolnlng room, nnd was
ul hyxlnted by tho smoke. A hired man In 11
distant iwrtof the house knuwnotlilurfot "'"
nfliilr until morning.
riiliiiKOM or Hallway OflleliilM.
San Fiiam isc o, Cul Due. mi. Tho announoo
ment Is mndii hero that lloorge A. Itlstltio,
Kem-nil trafflo mnnagcr of the Atlantic & Pa
eille Hall nun), hastondored his reslgnn ion, to
tukectToet January 1. V. A. Ilissell, present
local freight uguntoftho Athintle.V: l'aelllu
Company, will succeed him. It Is ulso stated
thut Mr. lllslino will aceoiit the management
of the Krle fast Irelght Hue.
Hilled lit Ik MliootltiK Muteli.
Ni.w Yoiik, Dee. ). -While watching a
shooting mulch by members ot tho Carteret
fitm Club, nt ltayonne, N. J., yostcrday,
Doinlnlck O Donnoll, a 10-year-old boy, w.is
stiuck und killed by 11 stray shot tired by
JamcH I'nradlue. The hitler gave himself to
Die unthoiltlesund was locked up.
Wnrli by Hnl'o (liii'clnrsi.
Nt.n Yoiik, Dec. 30. -Durglsrs last nUllt
blew open tho safo In F, 0. Vandyke & Co.'
store at Pnterson, N. J., and secured about
Death or 11 St. I.oulw Mi-ieliriiit.
s-i Iaicis.Mo.. Dee. ml J II UnllhUy of
tlicwholesuladrygoodsflrmof Wear. Uooher
Jt Co., died yesterday
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Another Riotous Phaso in the Do
troit Church Trouble.
TlTAaEDIE3 IN TEXAS.
PriiMiit 8ilution of tho Ohio Legislati
AN OCEAN STEAMSHIP MCE.
A l'utnl C'nnl1nr;i'nlloii nt' !cirKu
Dsthoit, Mich., Dec. 20. A fresh out
break occurred yostcrday among tho par
Ishtonetsof St. Atbertus' Church. At early
mum nlcotit -1,000 persons gathered outside
of the churoli. Tho statcincnt had been
circulated among tho discontented Poles
thnt HUliop Dorgess would como Christmas
moiiiltiK to reopen tho church and give
tliiiii buck their old priest, Father Kola
slnskl, who had been lemoved. As tho
time passed nnd tho Bishop did not appear,
the 4,f00 people marched lu a body to thu
Dlshop's rctldenco. Tho lllshop eluded
them by leaving In a closo cnrrlngo from :i
liock door. Alter finding that he had left
tho house, I ho crowd proceeded to Ht.
Joseph's Church whero tho lllshop wns -apposed
to be, but could not gain admission.
Thu pcoplo then returned to St. Albcrtus'
Church and begnn nn assault to secure en
Irnnco to the building. They were quickly
slopped by the police. Tho Poles then
stormed tho houso of llasll l.emkc, n prom
Incut Pole, who had taken an active part In
opposition to Father Kolnslnskl, t V re
enforcement ot police nirlved In t'mo tit
Hive tho house from destruction, nft r 11
sevcro struggle with tho rioters. Sonm
shots wcro lit ed bv Persons In the crowd.
iiiicdouonf them struck and killed John
l.eodowslil, a leader In tho riots. Tim
(Meets wcro cleared bv tho tiollce. und tlm
ringleaders ot thu dlsturbitii'o locked up.
vuu uiiiiciieti uiiiieci policemen liavo iieeu
Ordered lo tho neighborhood to-dny In pre
rent further rioting.
KILLED AT A PI 111;,
Mliiupouilor i:pliinliiiis nt 11 Cn.llt.i-
cnitlini In Cccn i;ctnci 11, JVIiiss,
(Ikoikictown, Mass., Dec. til. At U"
o'clock this inoinlnga llro broke out her.)
n n wooden block owned by J. Adam ami
Decupled by Moses N. Doardman as a gM.ery
lore. ord was nt onco sent for help t
llRVOihllland Ncwburypoilnnd bjllipla -s
cut engines. During tho progress of thu
onflnuratloi! sovenil kecs of irunonwdpi' i-ii
ItHlncil In Doanlinan's stock uxploli j, In
stnntly killing ileorpo Lhase, n crorcry rli,
Rild Joseph lllshy, hoscman on tho Co .'gi
1 own engine. J 110 niimcs Hpreail to tie c-g r
Tnincy's brick block, nonuple t liy
two shoe inamifactui'ers, Hie Ueoirge
town National 11.111k. tho Sivhigs Uink nut
thoiHislollii'e. Tho drowns tlron c iM-.nunl
cntisl lo the Musonlo blouk, occupied bv si,
end stores. Mr. Tunny's line large re-cld.vieo
iiiatl iniugiit nud following that a smill perl
odicnl shop whero the onullugriitlou w.n
checked. lly tho falling of tho cm
lug from Tunny, block. Au'int-ii
Ycatou's nrm was broken, clarenoo Cla k'.s
liT was ciuslii'd nud hi'ltobenTipu''ii'l oi
Dm split, nml Fred, (llcison, Arthur llirkor
and Cluirles Williams, llnvorhlll Hrea "i,
wero hurt. Williams probably fntalle T'u
The Ohio l.cslHlntlvo Cotiti'Ml.
Coi.iMiirs, Dec. '.'. -The llopiihllcaui urn
considering 11 sehemo by which tho cont stbu
Hcpresentntlves from Hamilton County will
bo admitted to their sents In tlmo to vote f ir
t'nlled States Senator and isisslbly idspcn i
with tho appointment of a committee t In
vestlmlutlie leeent oloctlon lu Clui'l.iia'.l.
Ilio testimony that has been taken fro' n day
today before local Justices of thu po.iec will
bo Ctrl Hied to thu Douse. It will thm bo
opom.il nud rend. The snmo notion will bo
taken with regard to tho deposition to hi
taken heroic a notary, or whloli Intention tin
IDcmociiitln onndldntos have been . rvc 1
iiotlcus. I'niler tho law nud rales ot tni
Jloitsons siuuins ll.o roeurd Is prodae '1 ill
jlousoenn, on motion, go Intueommlttt'o o:
the whole and iinmudhituly try the 1 iric 0:1 p c
merits. This can be done on the first o i
onddny of tho session,
I'uliiioMii Vlnlutoi'M of Irtiie.
At'STiNTi.x., Dee. at - Mrs. Dane !. who
of nn elderly mechanic, nnd Mrs. Jiimci
Philips, .wlfo of an architect, living lu differ'
ent imrts of the city, were drugged from tli lr
beds Thursday nlc.ht, and murdered by bh' ,s
with iixes, the weution iu each enso b' s
found beside thu victim. When tho noivs projl
throuch tho cltv osterdav. there was irr.if.
ukcltcmunt. A public meeting was bold nul
II committee nppolntod tonld theauthorltie in
scnrclilng out the murderers, for whom largo
rownrds will bo offered. During tho last yoir
there havo Leon cloven mysterious murder- of
women. Most of tho victims were also out
raged nnd lu no caso has the perpetrator homi
detected. The citizens 1110 ut last fully
aroused to the necessity of discovering th.i
authors of these crlmus.
A miii'lMniuM Nit-lit iloiiilelde.
Anduii-on, 1mi Dee. Si. Levi Davis i.iot
his father "Plug" Davis with a revolver List
nlitht, dangerously wounding him. The par
ties live tlueu miles west of hero. Levi Is 1 1
years of ngo nud winded to come to Anderson
to sco 11 game of polo, llo was going tn
bring 11 revolver with him. His father ol
Jcctod nud tried to tnko tho weapon from thu
young ir.un. A t cuftlo ensued. In whWt tlm
old acntlemiiii wns shot. Tho hall took of
tect In tho shoulder uml ranged acr ss th.i
back. Neighbor of the parties claim that
11:0 snoociug wns nor entirety aeciuciirat, us
Levi tried to shoot his father with a act gun
St. Loiim, Mo., Doe. HI. Silas 11. I lieek ot
Clinton, Mo., has been discovered to liavo
forged mortgagos and oilier document- und tj
ben swindler In n largo anvvst. lie has tie 1
to Canada- In n drawer of his disk was
found tho following nolo:
"1 am a thlot, 11 scoundrel, n knave and a
liar. . Sii.a E, Ciikm.
ilio tiDsconiiur was 11 prominent real e-t to
denier und stood well lu tho community
Among his victims uro the Newton, c mil.
Savings Hank and V. V. Nichols of Bridge v "'.
Kir! Ktillm lor tlio . A .
Pittshi'pii, Dee. ). The llgltlmoro & Oh! 1
liallroad moved over Its lines to llaltiinoru
l.vi carloads of steel rails, mudo hero. This 1 1
the filth shipment of the sanio sire made
within a lew mouths. Thu rails are Intended
tor tho new Philadelphia oxtoiislou. so lar
about 10,0111 tons of tho order hove l ci
sblplisl, and tho rust of the nliiotylon is
ot ihIIbwIII be made as rapidly n- th. a
needed In the eonstriiutlon of the tr.nl. ir
Is umterslcKid tlmt the rails for tlio r . . .; . -c L
Now ork extension will also he pun a 1 - I
In this elty.
Denouncing; Itlol llemoii'sti'iitloni.
Montiikai., Can., Dec SU. minda n it
from Mjr. rnbre, strongly denouiiolnj th r v
cent Kiel deinonstrutloiis, was wud by all tho
Cuthollo clergy at jedurduy's eervln- Thu ' -
rloly processions and learning ot orllgles wero
coliileinnnil ai the work of political demi
goguos. rue course 01 1110 iTeiien pre-, was
lllno scvcicly eimsiired. The inandanicnt was
not well received by the sudluucs In tint
Fieneh churches, but, nuvcrthelo-ss, proilneeil
tiiu.lieil by 11 1'nlliiiK Trot'.'
l'l.vjioi in, SI is , Dec. 30. Alice Samp- m,
agid ilOjeiii's, ui unmarried eompo-ltoi' li
the oftlii ot tho '). f N CM, was cru-hc I t
death this morning by u tnrito elm true tin',
wus blown down In a honvy northoast gale.
Tlm liee was over UOjeiirs old nnd inuehilc
cnecl. D sood near the poitoflli" and li'is
bien known us "Tho Old llullctln" tie ,
having for muuy years been used to poL
Colonki. ItirtAi. 11, WiiUMAJj and Mslor
J 11 mi's A llutes, I 8, Army, have romc-ucl
their outro to thu basement of No. IM). 1'
street Tl ero aio now nearly a do -.en retired
oil'c its c f thu armv und navrournged In tlm