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Fourteenth Year No 4039
F
onos
AMUSEMENTS
jTATIONAL THHATRB
Ift Thrpn pprlonnancps of
SAM HAOUiUmiTIHH OIKHATIC MIN-
HTJIKKS
To Night nml To morrrow Night at 8niut
rnw MatlnrnntZ
Tim NOV12ITV OF 1891
Tho first troupo of British MlmtreM that Imi
ever appoaroilln America the t rst to olovate IiIrM
cldM music in connection with a minstrel com
nny the lint to utecr clear oCtho old baatcu track
ntiil place beforo t tin public tlio fluent ballad and
operatic mutlc Kntbu Magically received nt tho
Arch RtrcctTlientro riitlariclnhtn and Haltered
by tho highest encomium ui Oiq entire pre ot
the rlty
If un encore hadhcon granted each tlmo tho
vociferous applause demanded tho performance
would ftttll boKolnff on North American
J Jtemcmber the Matlneo To morrow at 2ff ft
At our Usual Cheap Prices
3X0TIUH WANTJUJfiO Young Ladle
liett week for tho production of KIHAIiFYH
OHANDHPKUTAUUIjAII HTHO
lOFlV Call at wtattP door of Theatre at mice
A IKCUIIAH CHAUM
All Tlmt Hco Tho MascottO
All That Hco Tho Ilnscotto
All That Hco The Jlnscotte
WIM IIAVK OOOP lVVK
Willi 1IAVI3 IIOOll MICK
WILL iiavj OOOl IUUK
Continued Success nml Last Night but One
1001 TWK IF YOU ATTIINI
HUT HAH LUCK II YOU SJTAY AWAY
MAHCOTTi MATINHi To morrow nt2
JfASCOTTi MATINKU To morrow at 2
MAHCOTTK MATINKU To morrow nts
MASCOTTU MATINKK To morrow nt
Monday Tho Comedian 111S110P
Tho Most LaiiKhnhlo of Comedies
llaverlvn WIDOW HKDOTT
rilHEATUE COMIQUE
Monday October 3 Nightly and Tuesday and
Friday Mntlnecs
npattement of tho Celebrated
TIIOItNi DUNLAl H lANTOMIMI CON-
BTXILAT10N
In tho Grand Production of tho ComteTrlck Van
tomlmo entitled 1IUM1TY DUM1TY IN A
NUW HH1UL A company or twelvo HM class
Pantomime and Hpeclulfy Artists Introducing two
Clowns Thrco hours of uninterrupted fun Tho
Company lar ltcellent ocl
oakdeu concerts
Uxtraordlnary engagement of the chnrmliig
llttlo Singing SSoubrctlc
MISS IDA 1IANLHY
First nppearnnco of tho celebruted Vocalists nnd
Comedians
tub maau BitoTiimw
Ito cngagcment of nil the Popular Soloists and
tho Marino Bund
ADMISSION F1IUK ocl
A BNEUS SUMMER OAI1DEN
Urnnd Concert To Nlght by
TUMLIIItH VIENNA RADIUS UIICIHSTIIA
ADMISSION 10 CENTS
Charge of Programme Every ivcnlng se57
360
EXCURSIONS
LUItAY
OAVKKNS
360
lnr tho benellt of thoso who nro nimble lo leave
their business on u vv eek day we will
HUN A SPECIAL TIIAIN
to the Wondcrlul Caverns on
SUNDAY OCTOBER 9 1881
vlaVlllQINIA MIDLAND ItAILltOAD
Train vv 111 leave llnltlmoro fc Potomac depot nt
n nii returning rcncli Washington at IO p m
glying
FIVE HOURS AT THE CAVES
Hound trip Including ndnilssloi f lno
Children 6 to 12 -30
Tickets for sale nt Virginia Tlckit Ofllc e comer
Cth ami Pennsylvania
LAMME feTUAYIA MunaKcni
Caverns three quarters of ft mllo from depot ocfl
YORKTOWN NORFOLK
POUTHMOUTII FOHTW SS
MONItOE PINKY POINT AXV
POINT JUOKUU 1
Steamer OE01U1E LEAltY on TUI SllAYH anil
THUIM1JAYH lit K p 111 mill SATURDAYS
p m
Fall and Winter Arrangements begluiiliig Oct 1
Tlrst class Faro to Yorktovv n Norfolk and Fort
Monroe p 50
rirst cluss Faro lo Plney lolnl nud Point Look
out 1 50
Second class to lortMouroonnd Norfolk 1 60
Second class to Plney Point nml Point Look
out W
Tickets nntl staterooms for mtlo nnd Informa
tion fUrnlshwl nt II W lleisls sons 1210 1 street
northwest Cooks Tours 1411 Pennsylvania ave
nue St Mnro Hotel Kooses Cigar stands at prm
rlpat Jlotels II 11 polkinhorn next to City lost
olllce and at Companys oillee 7th fit reet nurf
lEOlUlE MA1T1NULY
Uencrnl Superintendent
WM I WELCH Agent bCpW tf
For Yorktown Virginia
THE STEAMElt
QBOBQi IiEjf It5r
11 on and after TIIUIISDAY Sept J htopat
YORKTOWN VA on her regular trips to Norj
folk TuesilaysrhursilajsajiilriBturdayB Freight
and passengers received sejiM
Norfolk and Fortress Monroe
sSfc
Steamer Lady of tho Lake
Leaves SI xth streetwhart
Monday Wednesday Friday 530 pm
Tickets and Staterooms can bo secured at oillee
niv7 li
ALlIIED WOOD Secretary
Cll Fifteenth street
The PacM Boat Gen M C Meigs
can bo chartered at uny time for tho Great Vails
Apply to
JOIITSCHIlIViNKn
Afiieduct Jtrhlgo
iiorgetown 1 C
H HOLLANDER
dkatuk in
Ohina Qlassware and Houso
Purnishinff Goods
408 SEVENTH BTUIiET NORTHWEST
job DRinsrTiisra
THE NATIONAL ItEIUIIIIOAN
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Is thu JjirtfOKt und JtuHt Completo Job Ofllco
HoutU of Philadelphia
There U no need of lolmr ihi uf thu City to get
your Printing done Anuhliw irniu ivHmllCurd
to tho l argirtt Poster Printed In tho JU hlHtjloor
Ih Art
Prlcm IteaHonablo and Work First Class Jtl
mates Pundxlied wep2
J S SWORMSTBDT
USH F STltEET
Real Estate and Insurance Agent and Broker
HOUSES FOIt SALE LOTS FOll SALE
HOUSES FOll KENT UOOJIS 1Olt HUNT
1 louses nud Lois Wanted lor Furchas r
1IltE INHUIIANCE Placiil lo Any Amount
leneral Agent for tho Clmrler Oak Iirp
nnco Company New rntis nnd new nud dealrnble
pluusollusuruucc Je f
T W MURPHY 023 G street n w
Pmcllcul homeslioer lias ft full knowledge ol the
striieturoundfuiniallnu of tho horses leet nud
Willi nu cxpeilence of thirty ears In horsi slioilini
hoiruariiiitees to euro nil dlseastn ol tho loot Ireu 01
charge
imc
The Evening Critic
SPECIAL NOTICES
COPAnTNEBSHIP NOTIOU W231IAVQ
1I1U tlav entprtMl Into a rntmrtnemlilii
under tho Ilrm name of HIMPMON A nu Y nt 10U
rcniMyirnnin avenue inr me purnoso ni carryine
onnnextenslvnHtovo llanffo and Furimco fmsl
nrsHanddeallnsln flrnt cloM makes of noods In
our line with repairs and shall bo pleaded to re
ceive calls from thn former and present pntroui ol
thooldllrmofHIbley AUuy and lKHlmpson
to w horn w o arc successor1
IU V HtMPHOV
II F OUY
ocO Gt 100 PenusyUanm avenue
IS WITH OHHAT PLEAS
AJG urn I Inform my friends and the leneral
public that Mr Jl F lU V of tho late Ilrm of Hlb
ley t Guy lion united with moln cnrryliiff on the
Htovo and Furnace business at tho old locution
IWttPcmiMylvanfa avenue w hero ho will bo Rlad
to rpo nil his old friends In view ol this change
I havatoank that nil who are Indebted to me will
make nn earl v netllement that I may close up tho
old books J toupee t fully
Jl rBIMPSON
oWWt 1WW Peniisylvanla avenue
rt r PENNSYLVANIA HEPUDLICANH
MT ATTICNT10N 1
Tho Pennsylvania Itepubllcan Asnoclatton wilt
meet In Cosmopolitan llall on tho southeast cor
ner of Klghth nnd V streets northwest TIIIM
Thurwtay IIVKNINCI October n ltwl at 7W
oclock All Ilepubllcauswho vote In PculkiIvu
nla are eltlblo to netl o membership nndnre cor
dially Invited to be present
I W OYSTJni Pn sldent
JOHN 11 LAUrFKU Secretary ocO lt
ffOaTIIB SEVENTH ANNUAL MEKTINO
kWl or tho HRCONI1 YAHlIINCIIOX CO
OPKItATIVi I1UILDINO AHSOOIATION will
bo held on TJEUIISDAY thoOth OOTOUiU IHsl
ntNoGn Seventh street at 7 oclock p mM for
tho election of olllcers of the Association The i u
port of the Secretary will ho made
JOHN THOMPSON
ocO lt Mecrctary
jraPALL AND WINTER HATS
Our Htock Now Heady for Inspection
All the Leading Htvlcsfroni
LONDON AND AMitIOA at
WILLIIIT it ItUOFFa
oc tMJJ Pennsylvania Aveune
TO TnB LADIES
The coming exhibition of the NATIONAL
FAIIt promises to bofurKreateraud moro inter
esting than over before and all desiring to exhibit
must enter the nrtlcloHut tho ofllce an Hlxth st
AUsuchexhlbltHWlllberecelvcdon tho cth 7th
and Mb nt the oillee and conveyed to tho grounds
by tho Association Kntrles must be mndo nt once
All other parties designing to enter articles or mil
mals should also enter i hem nt once Do not de
lay nnd be mire to come to the Fair Hpncemust
be secured at once Call nt the oillee
WM li CLAHK President
C C PITNOANHON Herretnrv oc Mt
igrFOBBALD y
It D COOKK Jit A CO
iia FsTitiiFr
300 Shares Washington City Gas Light Company
Bcrlp Stock
Ivnuhocnud Iako Valley Mining Htock
Norfolk City 5 per centJlondsand other In
vestment securities scp2l
oz rLiriTIllLS WltlTTIN ON ANY HUH-
AW w JectMH revised briefs drawn collections
made pensions attorney for land warrants and
patents Hpeechc nnd lectures prepniedntshortest
uoucu 4n uuriiiitn1 cuiiiuiiiiuu
Lnchmau H13 12th st n w
BST
NOTICE
Mrs M A
ncl ft
As I nut about to Icjivnllie rltv I ha cnrnnl nt od
I C Itlngualt Jr nolo agent for tho salo of Dr
Isnae Nichols tt Coh American Hcmcdy lor
Nalenl iu othst n w ItoomNo 1 oer W It
ltlleysDry Goods Htore and C2I JCd st n w
sta g 1HAAO NICHOLS t CO
ytrCtnMR L O MAIHNIB DANOINO ACAD
APSf emy will reopen for the reception of pu
plls Saturday Oetoler 1 lor purtlculnrs seo cir
cular to bo had at the music stores or at tho A end
cmyUstt between Ninth and Tenth northwest
m 1
IF YOU WANT TUB VEHY NICEST
Ilread buVOUll KXW SOUTH it Is
Buro to please For saloby allllrst classUroccrs
and wholCMilo by
W It TENNFY i SONS
Dealers In Tlour Feed Corn Oats HayStrawdc
CAPITOL MILM
lc l West Washington I C
0DANCIN0 PnOFBSSOB SHELDONS
JWucIassesTuesdaysThursdavsandSntnrdnys
partleulursnthull luul F or residence ullllithst
northwest selJ Om
OEOnaETOWN UNIVEH3ITY
THE SCHOOL OF LAW
Opens Tor tho term of lssl 82 WEINF S1AY
OUTOllEIl S nt 0 oclock In the evening
Ileculnr course of two years lltty Dollars per
annum j Post Urndunto course Twcnty llvo Dol
lars
Circulars nt Morrisons nnd Antlhns or apply to
WJL II DENNIS Secretary
c3 tt 113 r st n w Washington City
IS HEItEDYOIVEN THAT THE
At partnership lately sulislstlufr between
Henry Petersen nnd Henry Alschweeof thlselty
In the keeping of tinlooti and burnt tho corner ol
Iti street and Penna avenuo northwist under
Iho llrm nniuo of Petersen tt Alschw ee as dls
solvetl on tho 1st day of September ltwl bv mu
tunlconsent All ilebts due nnd owing to sull llrm
uro to bo received by said Petersen nml ull lie
munds nu aiitd partnership nro to ho paid by him
he continuing tua business In tho futuro under the
llrm namonnd st lo of Henry Petersen
IIENItV PITEIISKN
HENHY ALSCHWEE
My friends nud tho general public will find me
al tho old place cor 4f street nnd Penna avenue
always ready to minister to them comfort with
tho choicest of llnuorsunil the latest nml best the
market allords HENItY PETEIISKN
sel eodtf
DIAMOND POINTED MACKINNON PEN
tho most durable slmnlv conntrtictcd and
best Invented taking jirecislenco of all later liul
tatlons SoldbyOeoltHenlckngentiei Fst
SCO
ELECTRICITY THE WONDERFUL CUR
ATIVE AdENT
Dll WILLIAM HUNTElt No 142B New
York Avenue cures Catarrh llronchltls Diseases
of Lungs Liver and Klduej s Dyspepsia Neural
gia ltheumatlsm Paralysis and ull Nervous Com
plaints
Consultation free mrl g
SODA WATER 0 CENTS
UllAKULATJJU 111-
WM II FNTVISLES FIIARMAOY
Corner Twelfth Street nnd Pennsylvania A mio
PUHFtInUgS AND CinjMlOALB Je21
IIROWNINCIB IIITTEMS havo been 111 uso for
over twelve years nnd no person was ever known
to have chills or bilious fevers whllo using these
Ilium For sale by iliugglsts and grocers gener
ally
imoWNINO Jr MIDDLETON
PnOPIHETOIlS AND MANUrAOTUUEHS
010 Pennsvlvanla Avenue
HjTtt WH RESPECTFULLY INVITE TUB LA
A44 dies to call nud exumlno our lino Import
ed goods
W T ItALDUH Pharmacist
Cor Pennsvlvanla nvo nml Nineteenth street
wjgroSTOVES FURNACES RANQE3 c
Plu plates sheetlron work llreplacostovesrunges
furnuces repaired Tin rooting spouting and nil
ktudsoftlu work promptly nttcmlcd lo send
your order to
11 H CI 110UIS
filo Eleventh st u w near F ut
Sf FREDK FREUND CATERER AND CON
V ljUTIONEll
703 Ninth streit n w Delicious Ico Creiim and
Strawberries constaiitlv on hand upJ7
- x-
- -
JJQTHB CELLULOID TRUSS
That never rusts never breuks never wenis out
alwuyselean andean bo worn whllo bathing Is
furniloatUliAH FIHCHEItS 023 Seventh st
northwest Mrs Fischer devotes her utlenllonto
tho wauls of lady putrons
yv roOREAT DAROAINS
TltUNKS AND JIAltNESS
Tho largest assorlment In the c Ity of lino quality
Lndleg Dress Soto Lenthers Fulloluc und Pack
ing Trunks Ijidles and Mens Satchels nud Trav
eling Hogs Puckilhouks Shaw Straps etc ut thn
established niumifactory of
K KNEESSI
Vfi SEVENTH BTNVopp Odd Fellows Hull
Orcr 150 Different Styles and Sizes or Trunks on
hand
ItEPAIIlINfl Tiunks Hags and Harness Ito
luilred promptlyunil thoroughly ul low rules by
Urst clOiM workmen JeJo
lGmAV YOU WOULD AVOID CHILLS AND
WSU Fevers Ague und Fevcts Illinois Fevers
and other diseases Incident lo tho season tiske
IlllOWNINUS IHTTEIWuild you will hlllely is
capo them
jgaLA PRINCESS
Isthonaino of our new
VCENT CKIAIl
It Is tho Best Clgur yet ollei ed for Iho money
SICKLES CALIFOItNIA CK1AH BTOItH
No 1011 Peunn Ave bet Tenth und Elov entli sts
WASHINGTON D Q FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 1881
THE DEPARTMENTS
Aiuutant Oenkral Drum is cxiwitcd
homo ttliotit tlio intdilla of next week
Trevhurv Riciiprs to day Intcrnnl
rcveniip 13 11787 ctistomi 037 2700
Till NATIONAL HANK NOTKB rcrclvCll
nt tlio Treasuty to day for rcflriniitlon
220000
TiIiut Roi John i Uroomi comiutiiul
lug V H Jlnrlno llarracks Ilroolilyn 1ms
liecti tnmtcil two weeks lcnvo of nbsencc
Tin Comptroller of the Curicncy lias tlo
clnrcil it illvlilcml of 10 per eont in fuvor of
tlio crcilltont of tlio Oeriiinn Xntlonal llinlc
ofClilcngo piiynlilo Octoliorlll niakliii in
nil Hvlilenils 80 per cent
TilEAltornoy tJcticral lias liccn request
cil by tlio Secretary of tlio Treasury to nsk
tlio Supremo Com t to lulvnnco tho sugar
cases no Hint a speedy decision may bo
rcicluM in this mucli vexed matter
Tin NEW Interest checks fur tho funded
loan of Inited States continued at 11 per
cent aio Issued Tho vlgnctto of Fcsson
den Is on thu left otherwise they do not
inatciially dllfer from tho old checks
Senator Merrill Congressman lloyd
King of Louisiana Congressman Valentine
of Nebraska and Judgo Tnrbell of Missis
sippi called upon Second Assistant
Klmcr to day
This Secretary of tho Tieisuiy has do
cided that local steamboat Inspectors havo
no authority to Impose flues Their duty In
cases of misconduct ncgllgcnco or Incom
petency Is simply to suspend or tcvoko li
censes
Tiieri nro ninety post olllco appoint
incuts in thu Oeneral lost olllco Depart
ment awaiting tho conflrmation of tho Sen
ate Nearly one half wcro mado by tho
lato President Thoy will bo forwarded to
tho Scnalo upon its convening hero on tlio
10 Instant
Assistant Attorniy 1kniral lliri
jian of tho lost olllco Department has
lcturned to thlscltr from Kentucky II
was engaged thcio in prosecuting tho lot
tery cases Tho Judge in rcsponso to an
Inquiry to day said that ho did not know
what would bo tho result of tho trial
Tiiiiitr are No new developments in tlio
hazing case at tho Naval Academy
Among tho members of tho class charged
with tho odeiibo nro Charles 1 llunkett
of the Dlstilct of Columbia nnd Hillary 1
Jones Jr of Virginia Tho class waste
leased last evening and allowed to go to
their quarters each cadet taking n pledge
nut to engage In a hazo during tho year
Yankee Toiiacco Tlio latest statistics
show that of all tho Now Kngliud States
Now Hampshiio raises tho best tobacco
commanding tho highest prices The tobacco
of Now Hainpshlro brings I20 per ncro
that of Connecticut 22270 per ncio and
that of Massachusetts 20i53 per acre
Thero ate however only elglity clght acres
of tobacco under cultivation in tho Stato of
Now Hampshire
Naval Orders Cadet Jliiglntcr K
C Acker has reported his lcturn home hav
ing been detnehed from tho Alaska on tho
2d of September I Co has been placed on
waiting orders Revoked Tho orders of
Iasscd Assistant Surgeon Howard K Amos
to tlio Constitution havo been revoked and
ho has been ortlered to icmain on board tho
Saratoga Tho orders of Iasscd Assistant
Surgeon Howard Wells to thu Saratoga have
been revoked nnd ho has been ordered lo
icmain on board tho Constitution
At the meeting of tho National lloud of
Steam Navigation yestciday delegates wero
appointed to tho Mississippi lilvcr Improve
ment Convention which inecU at St Louts
on the 20th lust Cairo was bclcctcd as tho
noxtplaco of meeting Tho following olll
cers wcro elected for tho ensuing year
1icsidcnt Jl V Ciould St Louis Mo first
vice president It H Woolfolk Louisville
Kyj bccoml vlco picsldent J 1 Cnyle
Portland Mo third vice president 1 N
lloflngcr St Louis Mo secretary It S
Osbom Now York trensuier P W Nick
erson Uoston Mass
PERSONAL
Senator Kiitoao of Louisiana Is a
guest nt Willaids
Capt Percival Prank Manconsos of
this city has gone to Yorktown
Maj IticiiAiiD Shelley of this city
has returned fioni a live mouths visit to
Fugland nnd tho continent in giettly im
piovcd health
Col MarceliU8 Thompson and wife
havo lcturned fioui Atlanta Georgia and
niouttho Metropolitan Hotel fur the fall
nud winter season
MAJ Titos P Morgan Col James Ilcr
lctt Mr LMwaid P Musi nud wife Messrs
Henry Sellhauser I C Wood ltS Nor
wood and C Norrls of this city wero leg
istered in Ilaltimoro yesterday
Mux SANlORD tho necompllshed Wash
inglon coriespnndeut of tho Dcs Molucs
Iowa male Ueghler and other leading
Western papeis I1113 tendered Hon Joseph
H Italncy u icceptiou at her icsldcnconn
Capitol Hill Mr liilncy is n cmdldnto for
the Clerkship of tho next House
Col Mott 1 Hall formerly editor of
an Alexandria paper nnd very well known
In Washington has been selected by tho
pcopluof Alaska as a delegate to Congress
petitioning that their country bo admitted
as n Territory of tlio United States Col
llall was collector of customs ut Sitkn
dining tho udmiuistrntlon of Mr Haves
Ouu well known and universally liked
legal friend Ion WP Iissellcwasmniried
last ovcnlng by ltov rather Pnrhan S J
of St Aloyslus Chinch to Miss Mary V
Stuart only daughter of Henry W Stuart
esq of Milfoid Del Thn tlcncral and his
young and liaudsnmobiliohnvo tho best
wishes of the entile legal fraternity of tho
Dlstilct for their success nml happiness and
f their imiltitiulu of friends outside of
tho ptofesslon
Ill Mciiiorliiiu
It is with sentiments of tho most intense
icgret nnd in a spirit moved by tendorcst
gilef that wo iccord tho sudden death of
MKs Ollvo ruiiieo Ciapp tho voungest
daughter of Mr Heniy H nnd OIlvnM
Chipp of this city
Hut two weeks ngo tho deceased was in
tho fullest bluom iifcaily womanhood tlio
chill m and light of tho family cliclo and
tho beloved hy all about her whom she
i i i - i
i won iu iiei iiv noi Kiam ui iiiauuei nun
eiousiiuss in iiupusiiiou iu iiuynii inai is
earthly of her lests In deaths peifeet calm
To her bcienved patents in this hour of their
vast and sacied gilef tho moit cainest ttu
dejlcito sympthy of thocoinmiiulty Is ten
dered and in wotdi that fall through sor
row to give cuiiipleto expiession to their
emotion
Neither timo noriiiiiiuistaiico can over
ellueo the sad loss of one so well beloved
Young beautiful nud glfled Clod has
gathered her to his impels und In tho sweet
Ibiintnlus of Christian hnpu consolation for
so painful n heteuvemciit can nliino ho
found
A Kentucky girl was killed by lightning
whllo diesslng for her wedding
irOWfiATFAS Ml
TO DE FIXED AT 50000
Tlio Prisoner In Court on lliihens
CorpiiNJniliro Cnx lleelines Dm
IiihI Hull Amount
In all Im inHos lo be H100IO Tlic
disc Continued Until To iuoriou
Tills morning beforo Judgo Cox the
matter of tho writ of habeas corpus piayed
for by Cant Henry W Howgate now In
Jail for failure to give bond in lie sum of
10000 to answer a chargo of embezzlement
from tlio United States Treasury was called
up for a hearing Capt Howgate was early
in court nud wius soon In consultation wltli
his counsel Judgo Cuppy Jeremiah Jl
Wilson and II C Ingcrsoll Col Hilly Cook
nlso put In nu early appearance nud
mentidcrcd nrouud with his hands In his
breeches pockets seemingly oblivious to all
tho world and tho rest of mankind al
though n closo observer could easily seo that
Hilly was posing for effect before tho largo
audience assembled
Tho bondsmen of tho petitioner on his
former bond wero nlso on hand to watch
tho proceedings
On tho opening of tho Criminal Court
lifter somo rout I no business had been dis
posed of and District Attorney Corkhltl
had read tho return to the writ of habeas
corpus and tho panels connected thciowith
Mr Jeremiah M Wilson said tlmt ho wished
to mako n statement whereby tho proceed
ings would bo gicatly abridged Ho then
went nu to mnko n statement which was in
effect tho samo as published ill tlio petition
of Howgato in yesterdays Critic Ho
claimed that Howgato had returned imme
diately nftcr the ro nssenibllmr of the crand
jurytonwnit their action nnd wns there
upon nrrcstcil aim hcltl loiuuoo additional
which ho was iiunblo to give
Hcfuro ho camo back n civil suit was in
stituted ngalnst him for 102000 and an
attachment wns issued covering his whole
property Tlmt property is wottli from
irfiOOOO to 70000 Ho wns nlso tho owner
of somo property In Florida nnd that prop
erty too was attached under a civil suit by
mo uovcrnment
In Violation or n Coustlliilloiiiil
MMIOII
tho ball In tlio first place bus been litcdat
tho amount nllcgcd to luivo liccn embezzled
And again ho is held to nn additional ball
of 10000 when nil his property has been
seized by tho agents of tho Oovcrnmcnt
Tlio Government has his property and his
bond nud ho thought that under tho cir
cumstances ho should bo permitted to go on
Ills own rccognlsim0 Tlio Government
hustled his hands so that he cannot give
tho lull lcquircd
Col Cook said that after tho flist bond
wns given tho embezzlement extended to
00000 moio thnu wns ut flrst supposed and
Tlio Tiurks of the Irilllils
wciesowcll covered up that it tost great
labor to discover them Howgato did not
return on tho meeting of the grand Jury
and nob until the olllccrs of the law were
put upon his heels Ho attempted to assign
his property to Indemnify his bondsmen
nnd thoy elnimed priority over the United
States when tho attachment proceedings
wero instituted Mr Cook then read from
sections 5168 nud 5ID0 Kcviscd Statutes ns
to tho penalties for embezzlement by United
Stntcs ofllcials
If bail in small amount weio taken said
Mr Cook In such eases us these the Gov
ernment would bo at tho mercy of plunder
ers Thero must bo
Nome SnfeKiinnl liirowu Around the
Treasury
nud tlio provision requiring tlio hail to bo
llxcd ut tho amount nllcgcd to liavo been
embezzled Is salutary nud in protection of
tho Government Tho attachment of How
gatos propcity was pursued ns a precaution
ary measure although nothing may bo over
realized from it
Col Corkhill repeated the piclimiiiury
measures in tho Howgate case and claimed
that nftcr tho flrst embezzlement was dis
covered thcio was a subsequent develop
ment of mi additional embozzleinent Ho
camo hero voluntarily within tho Jurisdic
tion Tho 10000 ball ho gave flrst Is for n
distinct charge nnd upon another charge
for embezzlement of 00000 ho has been 10
quited to give 10000 ball without any ref
erence to tho former ball
Judgo Cuppy said it was foolish to say
that tills bond had nothing to du with tho
earlier bond Col Corkhill said that it was
tho practice nnd tho right to hold an ac
cused person to bail in nu amount some
what commcusurnto wltli tho amount al
leged to havo been stolen Thoy combine
not only a theft but n breach of a sacied
tiust Such men uro held to a dlilcreut
accountability from n common thief
Judgo Cox mid that tho lnwof NowYoik
in giving bonds in tho Tweed civil suit had
no relation to this case Ho thought that
ns dipt Howgato had given ball to tho
amount of 10000 nnd ns tlio Government
litis attached nil his real and personal prop
erty he Judgo Cox dcomed that tlio
Insl I Miction ir 100011 Hull vi ns
llxcosslvc
and ho would reduce that amount to 10
000 making tho entire amount of bail
50000 Ho believed that all these eases
nro but one continuing cisu nud should bo
so treated
Mr A 11 Williams briefly lebuttcd the
clinrgo mado by Mr Cook that Cunt How
gato had returned when ho found that tho
olllccrs of tho law wero nt his heels nml
said that ho had returned of his own will
nud not clandestinely
The ball was flxed nt 10000 without an
examination and upon n waiver unci if tho
counsel fur defciiTlnnt had know what was
to bo the result thoy would havo Insisted
upon an examination Tlio grand Jury Is
now open nud let the Government send
their witnesses beforo tho grand Jury and
let that body act upon tho crime charged
Ho submitted that the 10000 bond ulieady
given wns amply sulllcient to securo his at
tendance and nil his property wns in tho
hands of tho Government liu did not
think that nu additional bond should bo
requliod when tho Government Itself had
depilved tho defendant of tlio power to
give it
Col Cook said that nt the proper tlmo ho
would show why Howgato left tho city
how ho loft tho city with whom lie left the
city und by whom ho was concealed nftcr
ho left thu city
Mr A II Williams said that his counsel
had been In constant communication wllli
Howgato
Col Corkhill said hat all the Govern
ment olllceis had been after him slneo his
escape from tho city without avail to flud
out his wheieabonts until lilsictuin to tlio
city Tho charges against llovygatu wero
not only embozzleinent but forgery
Judge Cox hero cut tlio mutter slioit by
continuing the caso until to morrow nt 10
oclock nud In the meantime dipt Huiv
guto will ho the guest of Wmdeii Crocker
William WIImiii cuiMucd iiiuisolf to
marry Susan Southwell at Ogden Utah and
among his gilts wero a sowlng iiiiuiilne
nud a cabinet organ Her paicuts foiludu
the union and told him to lake away his
pieseuts but ho delayed doing so until ho
was mnriled to another gill und then
when ho called Susan gave lilm such a
thrashing that iccovery is doubtful
THE SENATE OnOAHIZATION
Till Caucuses To morrow
The caucus of Democratic Senators called
to meet to night has been postponed un
til to morrow morning nt n oclock They
will meet in tlio to jin of tho Senato Com
mltlco on Itovolutloiinrv Claims Tho Ite
publlcan Senators will caucus
morning nt 10 oclock Thoy
wilt meet in tho Senate mniblo room
It Is not believed tlint tho Senator will ac
complish n great deal by their caucusing
Thoy can only formulato matters nnd
whatover plans they mako aio more than
likely to bo broken when the session
of tho Senato assembles on Monday It Is
stated now thatn compromise on tho elec
tion of a Vice President pro tcm nnd tho
reorganization of tho Senato is sought and
that tlio Itcptihllcnus nro most nssldiious In
bringing about the arrangement
Senator Morgan Ililnlts nn Amica
ble Adjustment Possible
Senator Morgan of Alabama who is in tho
city Hnlitl this jnornlng that lie thought
an amicable adjustment between tho Hepub
Hems and Democrats would bo made and
nu orgiiuliitlon cflectcd without trouble
Tlio Scnntor further said that ho thought
tho Senato would yield lo tho wishes of the
people and get lo work Immediately upon
assembling
President Arthurs Visitors To dny
1icsidcnt Aithiir has lcnialncd In doots
during tho day thus far Among tho callers
havo been Senators Ixigan Cameron Ingalls
Allison lugh nud Lamar leu Sherman
Admiral Scott nnd I Mlsso Moore of the
Popos household who is traveling here
Charlie Lienor President Garfields old
doorkeeper Is now acting in tlio sumo
capacity at thu Jones mansion Tho
Lutheran ministers called In a body this
afternoon
Hon John iooile a Candidate lor
the House ol Delegates
A private telegram received hero to day
nniiouuccti that ox Congressman John Goodo
has been nominated by the Democrats of
Norfolk Va for a seat In tho Virginia
house of delegates Gen Goodo was re
cently a candidate fur tho nomination of
governor of Virginia and was very badly
beaten by John Daniel When in Congress
Mr Goodo was n member of tho Houso
Naval Conimlltco nud was nlso chairman
of tho Committee Education and Lalior
lllnlueN Letter to tinrllcld Aeceiillnjj
the Krrretnrj Nlilii of State
Tho following is tho letter of Secretary
Hlaino accepting tho lender nf tho Stale
Department mado to him by tho lato Presi
dent Gnrflcld
Washington Dec 20 1880
My Dear ClAnriKLli Your generous in
vitation to enter your Cabinet as Secretary
of Stato has been under consideration for
moro than tlirco weeks Tho thought had
really never occurred to my mind until at
our lato conference you presented it wltli
such cogent iiinuincnU In its favor and
with such warmth of personal friendship in
aid of your kind oiler I know that an
early answer is desirable and I liavo waited
only long enough to consider tlio subject In
ull Us bearings nud to make up my mind
dolliUtely und conclusively I now say to
you in tho samo cordial spirit in which you
havo invited mo that I accept tho position
It Is no nircctatioii for mo to add that
I mako this decision not for tlio honor of
tho promotion It gives mo In tho public ser
vice but because I think I can bo useful to
the country nnd tho party useful to you
ns tho responsible leader of tho parly nnd
tho great bend of tho Government I nm
influenced somewhat perhaps by tho
shower of letters lliavo lccclvcd urging mo
to accept written to mo In consequence of
the unauthorized newspaper report that you
had been pleased to oiler mu tho place
Whllo I have received tlieso letters from nil
sections of the Union I havo been especially
pleased and even surprised at tlio cordial
nnd widely extended feeling lu my favor
throughout New Hngland whero I hud ex
pected to encounter local Jealousy nud per
haps llval aspiration In our new
iclntion I shall givo all that I
am nnd ull that I can hope to hu
freely and joyfully to your service You
need no pledge of my loyalty in heart nud
in net I should bo filso to myself did I not
provo truo both to tho gicnt trust you con
lido to mo nnd to your own personal and
political foituues in tho picseut and in the
future Your administration must be made
brilliantly successful and strong lu the cou
mlcnco nnd pride of tho pcoplo not ut all
directing its energies for lo clcctlou nud
yet compelling that result by the logic of
ovents and by the imperious necessities uf
the situation To that most desirable con
summation 1 feel that next to yourself I
can possibly contribute us much inlliicucous
any other one num I say this not from
egotism or vainglory but merely ns u de
duction from tiplniiinualyslsof thu political
forces which have been nt woik in tho
country for live years past and which
havo been jignlllcnntly shown in two great
national conventions I accept it ns ono of
the happiest circumstances connected with
this nllair that in allying my political for
tunes with yours or rather for tho time
merging initio lu jours my heart goes with
my head and that I cairy to you not only
political support but poisoual and dovotcd
friendship 1 can but legnrd it ns some
what rcmiukiiblo that two men of the Mine
age entering Congress nt tho samo time
Influenced hy the samo alius mid cheiisliing
tlio same ambitious should never for a
single moment lu eighteen years of closo
Intimacy have had a misunderstanding or
a coolness und that our friendship has
steadily grown witli our growth nud
sticngtlicucd with our sticugtli It is this
fact which has led mo to the conclusion
embodied in this letter for however much
my dear Garlleld I might lulinlro you as a
statesman 1 would not enter your Cabinet
If I did not believe lu you as n man and
lovo you as n friend Always faithfully
yours Jamkh G Hlaini
Another Pioneer one
Idaho Statesman-
One by one thu men whoso eueigy
founded our young Terrltoty aio quietly
dropping oil Ycstctday afternoon at the
residence of Mr P Cohen in this city died
Chillies It Hull one of tho oldest and bint
known stock raisers lu Hoiso Valley Ho
had long been ailing from arlieuinatlo affec
tion which was engendered by tho expos
ure necessitated by a slocknuins life but
for all that he kept up cheerfully until nn
Monday tho disease went to his hruiu and
killed him lloeauio here lu 18011 and by
Industry and tlulfl hud accumulated a
handsome property He owned one half lu
thu Capital Market and had a good lunch
on Willow Cieek wiieiu ho had about NK
head of good cattle and 100 head of fluo
horses Mr Hull was uniniiirlod and his
only ichitlvo lu tlio Territory Is a nephew
who attends In his iamb He was wcli
known lo all eaily settleis nud no mini
was inure generally respected
Mr Hall whoso death is ubovoulliidid
to was u brother of our esteemed fellow
citlon Major 1 iilluniii A Hall
General Grunts favorite grandchild is ie
purled to ho llttlo Julia Dent Giant the
eldeit clilld of Colonel Piiderldc Grant
Tho General is enthusiastic in her praise
ile eillilng her in the most fascinating child
lie has ever seen
Second Edition
400 IP Ivr
SOUTH AMERICA
The Peru and Chile Wars Prospects
of further Trouble
PANAMA Sept 28 The last advices from
Peru to tho 1 1th show great anxiety as to
tho policy of the now administration In
Chile o assume ofllco on tho 18th It will
probably however maintain the military
policy audit Is generally believed a new
campaign is intended if so it will begin
by nu attack on Ai equina and nn cllbrt on
the part of Chllo to conclHnto in their favor
tho Interior Indians without whom Peru
would bo helpless
Tho few Chilean troops lu Lima are all
encamped outside nominally to uvold
trouble on tho celebration of the anniver
sary of Chilean independenco on tlio 18th
but really to bo prepared to mectlii forco
the oxpected advance of tho Motoncros It
Isfeaied now that tho foreign Urban Guard
may bo called out and if so it will bo fol
lowed by rioting lu thu city Many Peru
vians are leaving Lima and Joining tlio
Montonero3 nud liorola has ordered 15000
sales to bo assessed from a dozen clticns at
Yen and tho general Impression is that ho
keeps up tho semblance of war for purposes
of Communism
Meniere will occupy Trojlllo Seventy
Montcncros wcro killed In a skirmish wltli
Chileans nt Tacnn Hoth 1ieroli nnd Gnr
eia Calderon havo been pressing tlio United
States Government to take the nltro nnd
guano deposits and guarantee a 1100000000
loan
Scabiera who was sent to tho United
States by Daza says ho had n verbal promlso
of support from thu American Stato Depart
ment Peruvians suspect n gigantic specu
lation in this
Tho Holivian Convention passed a guar
anteed loan at 7 percent of 100000000 to
build a railroad from Ijipaz to the port of
Perez
Two bundled and ilfty laborers aro level
ing laud for houses for tho Panama Canal
and work will bo pressed ns soon as tlio
rains aiu over
Ongel Hosaca who killed Juan Koballcdo
tlio policeman has been captured nnd mur
dered
Ilre at the Liverpool ixehaiire
London Oct7 The Kxchnngo buildings
on Humford street Liverpool nro now
burning Tlio prospects uro they will bo
entirely destroyed There is grent excite
ment in tho city
Tlio Kxchango buildings form three sides
of a bdiinrc of which the town ball forms
tho fourth und thoy nro ono of tlio four
gient structures lu Liverpool
KKIONII llsATCl
Tlio llro litis been subdued It wns con
trolled beforo It could reach any of tho
adjoining public buildings Tlio ofllco of
Jiimumi scunners Company was gutted
and at onu timo the flio threatened to bu
very disastrous but tho activity nud good
management of tlio firemen soon subdued
it
loliu Kelly lor Congress
New York Oct 7 Democrats hero aio
somewhat excited over a movement to run
John Kelly for Congress In tho ninth dis
trict for tlio seat mado vacant by tho deatli
of Fernando Wood
Cincinnati Art -Museum
Cincinnati O Oct 7 It has been
decided to open thu Art Museum at once to
sectiio temporary quarters without waiting
for tho completion of tho proposed building
Current Humors m Wall Street
Special Dlspnleh to Tin Evrvixo JniTie
New York Oct 7 Tlio feeling was
decidedly bullish on stocks last night at tho
Windsor Hotel probably partly In antici
pation of Secretary Wiiidoiu taking imino
diato action to rcllovo tho stringency In
tlio money market Ho arrived hero last
night and was at the Fifth avcuuo Hotel
in tlio evening
Mr Gould told his friends yesteiday
afternoon that lit his opinion the whole
market was cheap to buy nud Sago de
clared that stocks wero a good purchase
Joo -Mills bought 000000 Frio sec
onds within tho last four days mid it was
stated by Kccnos friends that ho also ex
pressed himself bullish on theso bonds yes
teiday It wussaid Keeno was likowiso
bullish on Pacific Mall
Prominent broken said that tho largest
loom traders turned bulls yesterday after
noon and among tho most uetivo wcro
Johns and Flllott tho latter representing
the party who liavo
also changed their position
Hetswcio mado even up in the Hoaid
that U P would sell at lAl before at 112
again Wm Heath Co said that Gould
bought heavily of various stocks all day
yesterday and there was also other good
buying London bought N Y C nud L
S largely
The Heading stock sold hero wns said to
liavo tome from tho Houd MiCaluiont
party who begin to realize that Vanderbilt
has secured tho control of tho property
Tlio Manhattan Flovatcd pcoplo say tlio
leiison thero have been no largo bids mado
for the lccelvcrs ceitlfleates Is owing to
the impracticable shapo In which Judgo
Westbrook diow the order
Thcio is a rumor that tlio Western Union
Telegraph Company lias obtained an in
junction restraining tlio 11 0 1 It Co
from transferring Its telegraph lines to tho
Mutual Union Telegraph Company
The File Kallroad Is negotiating for tho
control of tho Now Yoik and New Fngland
Itiillrouil The latter is shorter than Vau
derbllts lloston connection and if acquired
by tho Frle will strengthen tho latter po
sition in tho Ti unk pool
Tho Boston llobc of yestciday just lo
celved gives nn iictount of tin interview witli
Secretary Wlndoiu in which tho inttor is
quoted ns saying ho did not propose to at
tempt to lellovo tho money market
Dont legnrd tlio Treasury Department as
a proper mediator betweon tlio bulls and
bears All that I proposo to do is to leave
standing my order for the puiehao of two
million bunds per week from surplus accu
mulations In the Treasury I attiibuto the
present stringency lu money to speculation
The Loudon Tunc in its financial article
this morning says Tho o who shipped
gold to America by cable yesteiday dis
counted their bills tit 11 per cent The
presyiio ol loanable capital on tlio open
miiiket may depress thu mto still further
unless therefore tho Hank of Fngland ub
sot lis homo of tho floating supply Yoster
days rlso in its into of discount will havo
little more practical effect than to Increase
tho dllllculty of getting gold from tho con
tlnent hy forcing up tho value of money
there
Ninth Massachusetts Itegimeill
Tlio Ninth Massachusetts regiment with
Gov Long and thu State ofllcials will not
pass through Washington en routo for
Yotktown as was stilted They will pro
ceed by way of Haltlniote and returning
will come by way of Washington stopping
hero on thu morning of the 21st Instant
long enough to take breakfast
TWO CENTS
MEXICO
President ijouxalc Messnire lo Con
gress The Ilelallons vvllh the
United Htnles
City ok Mexico Oct 7 -President
Gonzales ronvened thoMoxIcan congresj on
tho Kith ultimo His message was con
sidered n very nblo effort It began lu tlio
toiiowing language
Since tliendloiirnmcnt of tho lust ses
sion of congress penco has reigned and
progress lias been tlio watchword or the ilar
with respect to our International relations
There exist two causes of grtivo moment t
our government
Iho ono is tlio state of Insecurity nlong
our Northern border consequent upon the
ravages of tlio Indians from tho neighbor
ing republic and the frequent Incursions of
cattla thieves Tlio other is the question
of tlio bouuihiry lino between tho republics
of Guatemala and Mexico
Tho complaints and demands of our
minister nt Washington in regard to tlio
former liavo generally received favorable
replies nnd everything tends to tho belief
that but lor the deplorable misfortune
which has befallen tho neonlo of tho United
Stales In the assassination of their beloved
President tlio government of tlmt country
would liavo paid moro attention to our re
peated representations and remedied tlio
evils of which wu am with much justlco
complaining
Our relations wltli Guatemala on tlio
south unfortunately do not havo the favor
able outlook of our harder troubles on tho
north Our Government has shown a ready
disposition to settle the vexed question of
liotindary between the two countries Wo
hnvo been met by procrastinations and a
general indlflerenco on tho part of Guate
mala to this most serious of questions
Tho vagueness and uncertainty surround
ing thu settlement of this International
boundary lino can only bo productive of
grnvo Injury and possibly serious results
Tho President closed his inessago as follows
Tho condition of our republic Is consoling
in tho highest degree Peace Is confirmed
Inlerlorand foreign commerce is Increasing
and thero nro moio thnn 17000 kilometres
of telegraph In operation Tlio cables placo
us lu connection with the whole civilized
world Iron rails plcico and sur
mount tho mountains and traverse
tho valleys our revenues reach a
figure without precedent property Is Jin
creasing in value interest on money
is dimiiiishlngnnd more than 80000 hands
formerly Inactive or fumed to unreniuner
atlvo tasks now find employment and con
tribute their labor to thu welfare and
general prosperity of our country
Tho now Allan steamers which had
their trips discontinued timing tho prev
alence of yellow fever have resumed their
business
Further explorations in front of tlio old
cathedral liavo brought to light a number
of Aztec relics
Tho hotels of tho city nro preparing for
tho influx of Americans tlio coming winter
A norther which recently visited
Vera Cruz lias materially Improved the
health of thu city
A FINANCIAL CRASH
Tears or One Entertained lu Hoth
London and Purls Advance lu
Discount Kates
London Oct 7 Fears are entertained
both hero and nt Paris of a closely approach
ing financial crash Hankers and money
men hero now admit tlio feeling of alarm
whoso existence their course lias already
indicated
Thero seems to bo no prospect of any
cariy stoppago of tho flow of gold to Amer
ica Hankers are prophesying still higher
rates of discount and believe that tho ex
port of gold will be gradually increased
rather than diminished and will bo ac
companied by a corresponding ndvaneofrom
time to tlmo in tlio Hank of Fuglands dis
count late
Yesterdays advance toil per oent was
without apparent effect Tho Hank of Hoi
land has advanced rates J per cent and
corresponding action is anticipated by the
Hank of France Tho situation is regarded
ns perilous in tlio extreme nnd tho tone of
the jfimr nnd other journals Is ono of
anxiety
Tho situation on tho Hourso is apparently
culminating and the largest operators aro
holding aloof apprehending u crash which
will impalo many small operators Fears
uio increased still further by tlio univer
sally small margin of reserve held by tho
Hank of France and a feeling of great un
easiness pervades tho whole markit
A Miignilleeul Clotliiue
incut
Ono of tho business features of Washing
ton that attracts tlio stranger and tho citi
zen ullko is tho magnificent clothing estab
lishment of Mr Geo F Timnis Co The
energy and cuteiprisu of this houso Is
national and It lias met with tlio marked
success which it merits ns no place of busi
ness tit tho National Capital Is moro liber
ally patronized ami none gives more unl
vcisal satisfaction Tlio excellence or
their goods Is only equalled by tho moder
ate piiccs and the beauty of tho establish
ment Tho building is completely remod
elled and renovated tho front is Jono of
tlio handsomest in tho city and tho
stairway is beautifully constructed and
handsomelv carpeted
Tho furnituio nud nppolntmcntsaio taste
ful perfect and blend richness of character
with excellence of choice Ono especial
feature of tho establishment of Mr Tininis
Is that tlio light lu tills famous clothing
house Is perfect day and night and
selections can bo mado ns well after sun
down ashy sunlight All goods aresold at tlio
most reasonable rates and all aro of tho finest
character Ono yrico Jis thu rule of tliccs
tabllshment nud rigidly enforced Thu
gentlemen in nttciidanco upon tho patrons
of tills palatial establishment ore all of tho
most cultured character und uro all thu
most courteous and polished gentlemen in
their business
They Called Him Harmless
Ilochester Herald Oil
Mr Fusigu Dennett of Indiana tlio con
tractor for the construction of tho Clcncsscu
Valley Canal Kiiilionl while on his way to
Itochester a tew days ago met on tlio cam
an old ft lend Judgo llradwcll County
Judge of Chicago Mr llradwcll Informed
Mr Bennett that threo years ago ho ap
noillted a cnminl nn In litn n
and that thu commissioners brought lu a
v 1 111111 nun iiiuiciui was insane out Harm
less If this bo
so tuul thcio seems no rea
sonable doubt of Its authenticity tho con
victlon of tlio asMissin will become much
more dllllciilt
4
TrniiNlers otltcMEstulc
Deeds wcro filed yesterday as follows
Holmes Cute to Frank D McCloaiy lot 11
sub ofsq hill T00 Michael Muiphy to
Benumiii It Cntllli lot II sub of so 2i
1800 It 1 Ittiilln and wife to William
S Well pailofloU Hand 12 sq 177 1000
Joseph licdfeiu and wife lo Cassandra N
Lee lot A in sub ofsq Kill 5 Michael
-Murphy to Benjamin it Cutllii lot 11 in
sub ofsq 230 1800 William 1 Cassiu
and Mayhew Pinter ttustees to Albeit
Miller pait of lot in lleatty Hawkins
addlton to Georgetown 2575
Drafts on Loudon Dublin and Purls at
H 1 Cooke Jr Cos 1129 F st

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