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The Daily Times.
RICHMOND, .A., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, ISSI',._OXE CENT.
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ID OF CHRIST CHURCH.
Of tlu* |*?,0001 inlierlin,
?If ol | ork.
CHRISTMAS ANO THE CY'
v Paseimlat aa I Opt ,
? Bl tba dav. ii ba
?i th-m. not
lng the human I
i by a
iy in the 8
? f Of famine -fill prowls
through tl treats of j ? cities and on
ls T'c* forked ton
the l.- sd devil of slander striki
aud there doing ita bleating work. The
?'? i h lim]
. funn ia eve Ob,
no, thei e Ls no danger of the grin old i
. ?. . but I'?
ll,ere gleam such
oan aim that
Chris sawed "tr al the baa
havi ? .-"or i
"St ? ? t < 'hristmaa tresa,' aaid
cynic, 1 -tw rh,, most n
of om . that etmld ba imagined [twas
d ll hon,e.
set it np neai .he front window i:-. the] il
? i mg ;t full <>; bia i
, f ? article ari i
v lil the lot 'I he I I af- Moe. vv r.
cline. - ' :i greaa] ,
I cluster-, if ..li! ? md on tha st ?
.- mm . ? ail . nhit
?ol<ned glaaa, gad *.
witt- both arras and i. i
off, i sha ?? :
, I'm not Bin * given to < ' ?--?
! coull fa
ia meant to half
povei ?; hriatiuaa ai .
not ? '? '
i I linger loni by tiio
? 1: la
? ? em 101 ?*l ?* A ,H1UST
a.t I he.- Aunt Margaret,
. marni o ,-d I
? Ifor young
' ot tlj" '"*?
r-aaaa, Lond ?,
.ter of th
L when I! Ul"'"!
yhw-maw awl grand
hy the fiiiltu-d
receipt oi ??
brr father's brotl
^ I . ?> far-must have always
, Jj bern," and tberafo
?.-. *39 ,..., , raaf tha invitation." Kia
..." -...-, uew witii a cluck fo -
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I |i i DOD.
The li -.ill be
lo Broad, dow n
ifti r 1
S;ui! '-n a
Mn Criminal Cali itlar.
Poli J ustice h. C. Li. dur
in j thi.- year has trii tl 2,181 ch il i
3,415 criminal i id '
jun , 295 ( onvictions ol misderae ?
and Uti' I lo jail in
City fines coll - .!. Btati
$1,103 82 total lm - and costa i ollected,
Special Kunai iee*.
The folio** .ic: special ei .?? an?
The Fir-.* English Lutheran church will
hold appropri I at 12
noon to morrow. (ihoice selection
mu lc will be sung by a large trained cho?
rus. A short sermon will be preached by
the pastoi I '? Schaeffer, Tbe
rch walls arc lecorated with suitable
... nil mes and mottoes. Ali persons wish?
ing to enjoy a brief, bright and joyous
Chris ? vi. " w il! receive a i
welcome at iids ( bun ii.
Pirsi Presbyterian ? hurch, Sunda}. l?'
(?ember 26th prelude, "Pastoral
Syrapbon ian), Handel. Anthem,
for solo, duct and c ii Morning
Star," Greene. Hymn 74, *'Hark! Whai
Mi ans Tho-e Holy Voil i !' Hymn 68,
While Sheph irds u ati bed " Collection,
trio, for femali iroi i ls He
Born?" from the oratorio ot "Christus."
M.iidi 1 olin. Hymn 12, "To u? a child
ot Hope is Born ' doxology,
de, Bach Nighl si i. ice l ?
prelude, Lyozi I and
choii;-, " (.1 ol ? ? ' lod, on High,"
( bandier. The conducted by
the pastor. Kev. li. P. Kerr.
and director ot mi I lapp,
li Christina e will
commence at 11:30 A.
At .v i. L.t. r ? > athi di d bi b ra i
10:30 A M. Tl e choir will zan's
Twelfth Mi lowi d
by low mass. M ? and 9
o'clock A. M.
re ula onsull The Tim i -
l.< nu inlier lin Poor.
,v is the lime for the exei
Christian charity . Help those in
ont ?d your -i.e.- If J 00 know ol
.mc in nc d, relieve their ni cessities
This is uni only righi and proper, but it
may be bread casi upon thi
"Did you ever bear the 'Elixir o( L
by ihe Boston Ide i
" "No, but I've seen it."
aV'At the Commet cia] < lab bar Clem
mer or club whisk I
POKKION NKWH >H< ill. \n \.
Mr. Parnell's health i re;.oiled. I
Thc Loughrea case against Messrs. Dil?
lon, Sh< i hy. Harris ana O'Brien was dis
It i.- reported that the Queen will urge
the Marquis of Hartington t<i accept office
in the Salisbury cabinet.
Thc french preSS have been Aurlie.1
against publishing military news which
would I e ol' Usc abroad.
M r I bamberlain made i ipeecfa al
mingham, n bich apparently ms
ble the ii union ol the Liberal p .
Th.- Pope, i'? j'l> in. to the < hristmas
congratulations of the i irdinals, spoke
me length upon the tosition of the
church In Italy.
Thc morning Lomh ? post Hates thal it
has authority for denying thal ni
tiona are pending between the Vatican
amt |he English Government.
Thc resign 'Hon ol 1. ird Randolph
Churchill (rom tbs British cabinet has
excited much surprise and regret In En*
(land. In Ireland there is much rejo
ll.- supposed di.-coinlit!'.
Robber stamp of your name and bottle
of superior imlcllibie ink sent to any ad
I,! . lib 101 elli*.
.nts wanted. Cit*"alan fri
?>i.d Dominion Stamp \Noiik-.
122 Bast Itroad stn
Ti,- i i. part men ts all ?loeed at noon
afford the employee!
portunity to prepare for Christmas,
ir is -till out of^town.
Tbe other members of the Cabinet will
to-day quietly at their borneo.
i -herman. Logan, Edmunds,
Van \N y< k, and most of those owning
- in Washington will remain
: ( bristmai
companied by his
left Waahlngton yesterday evening
for his hom,, in Salem. 11
back early nexl week.
? rotary VJ pets to have his
lime to-day pretty well occupied In
W bitney saith the \
- hal the h I- prepared.
: Washington yi -
, y morning on some private business,
bul i, to return this evening,
. mas al bis Waahii
The President .-md Mrs. Cleveland ex*
Folsom at ' >ak Vii w. They will
probably drive out this evening. The
[deni did not see any calli I
\ - i. : w I i P. ".
rders to report for duty
the Inspection department,
Island navy yard, California His wife
and mother a< companied him.
? ^eon-General Hamilton, of the ma
rino . li e. in his annual report
to th iry of the Treasury, recom*
bmenl of a hospital for
Incurables in the District of Columbia,
w hich would at the seme time rei
superannuated sailors without hom
The collector of customs Bl New York
has been directed to allow s drawback on
tin exportation of castor oil and castor
pomace manufactured from Imported
? i u the rate of 80*1 cents per
gallon of the Oil and 19 cents pei PHI
pounds of the pomace, les, the legal
retention of IO per centum.
Thc Naval Board <>f Inspection that
le the statutory survey of the I
Tennessee ,,t *\,.\V York has reported to
the Navy Department that the Teasel can?
not be repaired, and will have to be eon
dei med. It is likely that thc Tenn1
will take the place of the Minnesota as
i, ceil lng -hip :;t New York.
Officer Danie] T Sheehan was shot ill
the right thigh about I o'clock this morn?
ing while endeavoring to arrest a colo ret I
man whose actions were suspicious. The
ball was probed for but has not been
lound. Thc olli. i r was in citizen clothes
and the criminal might have mistaken
liiiii for a''night doctor." The culprit
escaped. The wound is serious.
TKTLKORAPHIC **i MM IKY.
Mi-- Winnie Davis bas returned to Byre
a more bullish feeling pervaded the
wheat market Thursday.
Thc cotton market waa depressed by
thc resignation of an English Cabinet
Prank and W llllam Rupert i
found gold on their property near Padu
? ab, Ky.
The appointment of ex- Alderman v\ nish
? warden of the New York Tomli
provoked mut h criticism.
?I trict Attorne) Marline thinks thal
maining " boodle " ? as, , will not be
disposed of within a year.
d' H ? Gould, of Rutland, N Y.,
, ommitted suicide by li was
Midcr a lit of temporary insanity.
The funeral ol Mrs. Benjamin Y ,
i known a- M;uic Zoe, th
[Ant ?' al Hi mpstead, L I She died
siiddcnly on Bundey, in her 46th year.
Th" atockholdi rs ol the St Louis and
and the Ut. Loni-, Chicago ami
ii railroad have i onsolidate i the
two road- under tbe name of tbe former.
, ontract for the construction of the
building for the Chamber of Commerce
in Cincinnati bas been awarded lo Nar
cross A <'" , "t -A orcester, Mai -
John Edwards, senior partner ol the
Brm which began the puplication of the
Daily Advertiser over fifty yean ago, and
the oldest printer in Portland. Me., died,
aged 85 years.
Judge Jet kson, of the United -
i in nit Court at Cincinnati, has ordered
dei tees entered al Covington, Ky., foi the
sale of the Kentucky Central Railroad
:uid the < hattarci Railroad.
Tin- boiler at ;i -aw -mill Min G mtleseeSt
of Windalia, II! , belonging tO John Smith,
bleat up yesterday afternoon, killing Mr,
Smith outright and badly WOBndlBg B
workman, lt is thought that tba hatter's
mdfl U ill prov- fatal
W i hie';-, of Philadelphia, has
sent a chii-tnia- present t'? the First
Presbyterian chinch oi Long Branch. N.
J., in the shape of a check for $500, to
.1,aile tbe society to cancel Its floating
William Werner, who shot and killed
Mrs Mary Lynch Bl Newtown, Conn.,
returned to bis house about h o'clock
Wednesday and ibol himself. His body
was found lying across that ol' hil victim.
He haft | note in which In- gB?B the cause
of the murder as jealousy.
A llaiiilst.ini l liiisin, ,s Tri sent.
B viii Muni . Mi>.. December t-i Mr
T Harrison Carrot has pit -.cntnl to thc
Btv for the Protection Of Children
, Cruelty und Immorality, a handsome
property, about four miles from thc 'dy.
known as "Hall Springs." lt contains
thirty sj\ scree Btu) is improved by a
hotel building. The cost of the property
i ni i \ i m s or a DAI U n\ ntl.n
IH.iM AT IIOMI AMi ABROAD.
Vii Adnu. I BM tanti st \ I'ax-ni cir \<< iiltnt
Girl** r.ntU-ed Auay Bj < (miamen ill-Id
for Polsoalag Her Haaaaand Nevill Cara**
linn Miinlir A D.inl.li'Trap'.lv A Fin*
Heavy r.iiinic Strike Kadcd \?., \<-.
Milli) Bl M \s.M I) ?KN.
A NegTO mid His Wife A-.u-'imilol in
-. Orlbamb, December 84.?A -
dal to the Times-Dcntocrot f rom Kosciusko
mys : At midnight Wednesday night four
ir five armed .ind masked men went to
lie house of Jordan Teague, a colored
nan, living on Ifr. Dodd's place about
four miles below tin- town, and demanded
entrance, claiming to hare a search war?
rant. A son of Teague op* md tin- door
I".!. ..a discovering that the men were
.? I and anne.I. made a hurried exit
through a buck window, the party tiring
ii him ;is in- lied. The men then killed
Jordan and shot his wife several limes,
inflicting what an- thought to be fatal
BTOUnds. (Mle bullet pa ?ed tl)I'OU_di the
woman's tongue mid she cannot speak,
but has signihed thal she knows whoshol
her. There are different opinions as t..
th.- cause of the killing and who tlc
guilty parties .ire. Tiie community i
bighly incensed at th.- cowardly outi
and there i- no doubt that a thorough in?
vestigation will be in ide ..r Hie affair.
An Adams Itfi-iifst.
oi im v. Mass., I)ecember 24. Seven*-.
teen yean ago Thomas Adam-, a native
of ihi- town, but no connection of thc
historic Adams family, died in Roxbury
and nil $10,000 io the Unitarian Church
Ii-11- on condition that a like -um bc given
the society by the Adams family within
two years of tlc death of thc testator's
widow. The lattei died in February,
1885, and nOw the heirs of the late I diaries
Francis Adams signify their intention of
giving the $10,000
A Peculiar Accident.
tiuw Orleans. La., Dec. 24. Yester?
day Second Engineer Thomas Hunter
and six Chinese firemen of the British
steamer Sue/ went to the cal bunkers
for the purpose of trimming thc coal.
The engineer carried a lamp. Aa soon as
he entered the bunkers an explosion oc?
curred, caused by tin- accumulated
Coming in contact with the tlame of tlc
lamp. Thc engineer and six Chinamen
were badly burned about tlc face, hands
and body, Hunter and three ol' the China?
men fatally, it is believed. All were sent
io Mn- ( hardy Hospital.
i.hi- Noticed Swaj i>> Chlnaanaa.
Mu wm kkk, Wis., December24. The
marriage of two white girls to Chinamen
wi- frustated through the efforts of the
t hica.ro and Milwaukee authorities
\\ ednesdSj , Tm sdaj afternoon a woman
reported to thc authorities that herdaugh
ni. Annie Ludwig, aged 18 years, with
her cousin, Alice Bloom, aged ll>years,
bad disappear! ('hicsgo detectives leam
cd that thc two girls had been enticed
away by two Chinamen. Through an af
rangemenf tia- Chinese met the parties
and obtained their consent to marry, lt
mt rs arranged that the girls shonld come
to Milwaukee. La.h one received $H>,
and the Chinaman agreed to follow later
The authorities telegraphed ( hid of
Police Lei.-, a,id He -iris were found at
a boarding-house and taken to the central
station ric, wcic returned to their
Helli fin- Polaonlng Her Husband.
lb.1.1 \-i. M i December -' I. Ihe ex?
amination "I Martha M. Crockett lor tlc
murder <>. her husband, Lm i < rockett,
b) arsenical poisoning, ai !*) wan ville, No
iber 27, was finished yesterday. The
prisoner was fully committed to BK ait thc
? a ol' sh.- grand jury in January.
She is aboul fifty-eight yearn (dd ami ap
voman ot' little intelligence
A North Carolina Harder.
CHABLOTTR, ti. C., December 24. The
colored people oi drover, in Cleveland
oty, are much excited over the murdei
of Munal Nichole- hy Till Murrah. Nh li
? wa- attending a festival at Murrah'*
house and was intoxicated. <In
ordered from thc room by Murrah. Ni. ho
-lah!.cd lom in the breast CB
almost Instant death.
\ lion un- Traapedj ?
Mansfield, Ohio, December 24. At fi
o'clock ibis morning a 18-year oki boy
named (al.- WAS -nek and instantly
killed by a train at the depot. The re?
mains were carried home where his
mother wa- lying seriously ill. Bbs waa
hocked by the terrible tidings that her
death resulted shortly alter.
llr.ii.klvn i ;ir Strike Kndid.
Brooklyn, ti. Y . December 24,?Thc
strc* t car -trike which yesterday prom?
ised to be a mosl si-riou- alTair. WAA
?ettled laal night after a tie-up of four?
teen hoar-, and the nen gladly returned
to work. Then- WAA -onie rioting, and
- reraJ porsons tvere hurt, but the mosl
a- io--, wa- sustained by merchants
w h.s.- Christmas customers were -hut oil
a Whole day from roaching them.
1 iie at Lat aaalaaad * lt*.
I.om. Isl. \mi Cn \, December 2 I I
lo-- hy th,- ii rt- at Mayor A tawetutein'i
varnish WOfks Isa! night, is stated by a
member of the finn tobe between fla.
$00 and $$0,000. Tl..- amount of insur
ance is suppose! to be about $25,000
Tin- origin of the lire is unknown, thi
Hames being tirst -cen leaning from tin
-lorain- wan Icu- ? -cully after 11 o'clock
Tin- tire was not subdued until I o'cloel
ll iav) t-'iillurt-at Uiiiui'U|MillH.
MiN.M.\roi.|s, December 21. -The 1'ra
Hanafactnring Company ve-tcrda.
-um.I. LiabUTtlaB,$a?W,000; -UaSeAttflSO,
OOO. The company bas been in ananda
difficulty some time, and was unable t(
reaeh satisfactory terms with (-rcditors.
nu LUCI AI*
. bi c. W. Branch I kera
and br"k ira, No. lill Main street.
New York Stock Market.
New Yobx, December SJ l i market to?
day baa bean a very limited one and wholly
of a holiday nature, but \::'. held
their- own fairly wall and there ar,- indica?
tions of a better markel after the holidays.
To-day has been verv quiet and witl
re of any kind. Tran i have been
on a limited scale and the trading ha- been
almost wholly con rt ned to the room rmeciibv
tors. Thc outside public being int lined to
keep aloof till after the turn of the
There ls nothin - our opin
- to the real ntatus i t bm i rall>
throughont the country, and we are rrtill In?
clined to be conservatively bullish. The
market closed about steady. Money 6 i** t
Stats: Sw Dsurras. Asked.
North Carolina l's, 102
N',rth < "ari lina '?'-. e., ?
Virginia Cs console, ?
ia c's J" flers, 42 -
Virginia 3-4-6 IO-* M
:ii:i i'.'s. new, rtfi
Virginia consol coupons, old.
Ly nchburg o's, 106]
Kichmond O's, 1221
Pa hn.-,nd l's, IOU
RAILBOAD >ro, k .
\ 1 < Air-Line,
Del.. Lack, and Western. PW*
Kr ie, 88
I', Tenn., 1st preferred, ~W
I ? nu . 'Jil preferred, 281
. mn., common. Mi
I . R A W..
< tentral, ?^>,,*
Louisville and Nashville. is'54
M.. K I . Ul
VV., preferred, 49
? Vork and New England, 511
Northern Pacific, 80
New Y-.rk Central, 1121
Pacific Mail. if
R. A P , bx'
Richmond Terminal, 88
R P., and P. div. oblige., 1031
Union Pacific, 801
? -n Union Tel.,
Past Tennessee .Vs, 971 io"?}
Richmond and Allegheny, lat, Tl
Virginia Midland, inoom B8
<leorgia Pacific, 1st, 105
P. and i> debentures, I".*
Texas Pacific Rio's, 72|
A. and P. Incomes. SI
New < rrleans Pa* llic, certs.. wi
Shenandoah Valley, gen'1 (Pa 44
('hii-iij-o (iruin mill rroiltii-e Market.
Reported by C. E Redford A Co- Grain
Commission Merchanta, fifo.6South Twelfth
Cnn mo, December 24, 1688
Highest. Lowest. ( losing.
ll - ,
Ksiimatetl receipts of lu
I I Mt
The feeling in wheat has been rtiongto*
market has Ix ? dingly
ilull no new developments In
thc foreign situation, but the present unsat
onuition ol th itn< lani t'< pre
heavy selling. There were no buy*
consequence in markel and so
the deal became simply a scalping one, and
trading was almost entirely local. Tba BS
od bul r ciapis continue large.
? look- pretty well evened up.
Com tinii and steady, hardly any bi
Pro*i :,t-r, on
decrease in receipts of bogs, receipts falling
short i if l > -It .-dav s , -tin;
A .11 M.MIMv
Vf OZ ART ACADEMT Of Ml sic.
Four alf-hta vv nh daily tnatim e al -?*> P. M.
/"incur of the vam;/ American Star
Hiss LOTTIE CHURCH,
rMpported bj S invent Als.rn's Sterling Pru
miine Company In the following areli known
WKIiM.sHA V MATIN PK *, Mi N IC HT.
tba powerful senaatlonal Draasra,
nii'KsiiAV MATIN Bl ian NIGHT,
Tin: itivKit im ka 11.-.
ntl DA l KATINI! ure NIGHT,
the mil th provoking Cosaedy,
Saturdav Maiiuee TRIX.
?nt unlay NiKhl QNKNON M
K, nt \r.i*k beside il rey's Opera Company.
I >icilMON!)THEATRE TWENTY
II third season. Cn it Christmas Attrac?
tion: 'lime holiday perloi inanct friday
ami Siitiuilav, DeeemiMT-,'itti and .'Mli. ??
?lias Matinee for linties and children - it
urdayatto'clock. ZOZO! /.<>/.<>: The moat
md elaboi i , ulai produc
timi ot modern times, rite at laoas
tion. A veritable kaleiduacope ol paaatng nov
? iv. \ ii ,u my
Of la.ll, > un,1 yt nth-men. Saturday lii-^ht en
i proa-ramine. New veraion of
Ail th'-, i Cur
,lindy mle. blanche ( urtis*e, the
lamons *? Va iv." h- iii. Mirrie Oueen.
"Take the little folks tooee the laud of rvau wtui
den beneath the aaa.'' Beary Ward beecher.
Illustrate,l by Un-most heautitul aoenerj ever
. mallv ',1'oduci-d uta
I30.0UO. The ll*-moil ( av. rn, the Magie
ian, the White Palme, the Blue Grotto,
the Fairy Cn.tro. the power of ms.-, tho n
Iranstormation. Prices as usual. Beau
sale ul I Vox -ott'ice Thin-da) un-nunn at 9
o'clock, tler.'l ':l
Advertise in tbe Daily Timbs.