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Fourteenth Year No 4040
AMUSEMENTS
National Pair
ANNUAL EXHIBITION
rnoji
October 10th to 15th
incmhivj
iXIIIllITH Horscs Cattle Hhecp Hwlne Car
riages Ac Affrlculliirnl nml otlicr Ma
chlncry lit Motion
Btcnm Engines nnd Electric Machinery
Ill Largest nml llncst Ilortlcullurnl Display
ever made In tlio District
Kxhlhlttonorltolicinlnn Otnssllowlnir Manufac
turing of Artificial flowers from Fish scales
Kvcry afternoon of tho Voir IHANI1 UOMAN
CHAHIOT ItACINO and HUllllIr HACINtl
by n HAND 111 WIII1 INI1IANH IN
KATIV15 C01TUMK In the Warriors Jlnco for
n bride
On MONDAY loth also 1HAND IHCYCM
IIACINO consisting ofn rivc MII Dash Mile
He it Itnce Club Drills Fancy nnd Trick lUdlng
Ac by the best nnd most noted bicyclers In the
country
On TUIWDAY n lltANI NATIONAL
TOUItNAMKNT by 47 Knights In Costume
WHtlNlXDAY THURSDAY KllIDAY and
HATU1H1AY OllANI BTIIKWK CIIASINfl
over the Held course 2i miles long And races
byclentleman Illdcrs from various the Cross
Country Clubs together with a number of other
races bjlfastcst horses In the country
Bin DAILY lllOflltAMMIS
SlNOLK TIOKIITS 00 CUNTS
IOU SIX DAYH 1200
lnre by B A O Itnllroad 10 cents Hound Trip
Trnlns lea o the llaltlmoro t Ohio Depot for the
FalraroundsatOliGSO8ll 10 nnd 11 nm
nnd 1110 1 3 3 30 nnd 4 30 p m nnd return about
every hour oc8 Iiv
TTATIONAI THEATHH
nils Saturday II enlng Last Night of the Novelty
Of 1881
HAMHAUUrSllltlTlHU OlKIlATIO MIN
ufUKta
MONDAY OOTOIIIUt 10
KIItAIilY llIlOTIirnH GRAND
TION
In their Original and Majestic Dramatic Hpcctaele
BTKOQOFP
Drnnintlred fron Jules Vernes great work
A Pow crful Dramatic Compnny Hpeclally Bclectcd
for this llny
Tlio Spectacular Production of this Irand Pro
duction Entirely Kcllpses anything of thoklnd
every presented In America Tjik iMiKiiiAr
nuAuns thk mountkd TRUMrKTKiw the
IlltUK ANll FIFK COllVH TIIH C0H81CKH JWN11
OP flYrmWI TIIK IHNCKns thk oiianii TntlTM
IMIAI ritnCIJWIntf IIKTIIKKAHV OP 1IOK1IAUUA
followed by his Guards Slaves Tartar Chiefs Ac
Ac
MASCOTTE LAST TIMU
MATINIIIJ TO DAY A lERrECT JAM
See the Mascotto and havo good luck
Stay aw ay and youll hnve bad lot k
Next w eek HIHllOPH WIDOW 1IEDOTT
The Dig Laugh of the Season
The Famous Comedian CD 11IS1IOI
and tho
HAVEIUY COMEDY COMPANY
Laughed Into Instantaneous popularity
Tltll iNTIlOIJtCKI HnNOH UlCKlVlll WITH
TnllfK llXVOUhH
The Comuly funnier 01811 cer und received
with tho merriest applauso by a large audience
Matinee WEDNESDAY nt 2
rilHEATBD OOMIQUD
Monday October 3 Nightly nnd Tuesday anil
Friday Mutluees
Engagement of tho Celebrated
T1IOHNE DUNLAPS PANTOMIME CON
STELLATION
III tho Ornnd Production of tho Comic Trick ran
tomlme entltleit HUMITY DUMPTY IN A
NEW SHELL A compnny of twelve llrst clnss
Pantomime and Specialty Artists Introducing two
Clowns Three hours of uninterrupted fun The
Compnny Par Kxcellcut oc3
OABDEII CONCERTS
Extrnordlnnry engagement of Iho charming
llttlo Singing Soubrctte
MISS IDA 1IANLEY
First nppenrnnce of tho celebrated Vocalists and
Comedians
THE MAAll BROTHERS
lte engngemcntofnUIhe Popular Soloists and
tho Marine Hand
ADMISSION FHEE oc3
A DNEIlS BUMMER QABDEN
Ornnd Concert Tn Nlght by
TEMLERS VIENNA LADIIW ORCIUWTItA
ADMISSION 10 CENTS
Clinngo of Programme Every Evening bc27
360
EXCURSIONS
MJIIAY
OAVISHNS
360
Tor Iho benefit of thoso w ho arc unable to leave
their business una week day wo will
RUN A SPECIAL TRAIN
to tho Wondcrlul Cu rrni on
SUNDAY OCTOBER 9 1881
vlaVIROINIA MIDLAND IlAILltOAD
Train w 111 lea o llaltlmoro A Potomno depot nt
0 a mi returning reach Washington at lOiJOp m
giving
FIVE HOURS AT THE CAVES
Hound trip Including admission S3fi0
Children 5 to 12 -30
Ttekets for salo nt Virginia Tickit Ofllco corner
tilli and Pcnns Ivuuln
LASIIHli A TKAYLOR Munagers
LaernslhreiMiiartersof ninllofrom depot ocO
For Yorktown Virginia
THE STEAMER
GHOBtJE LBABV
II uu and after THURSDAY Sept J btopnt
YORKTOWN VA on her regular trips to Norj
folk Tuesdnj Tliursdaj a and batunlnys Freight
nnd passengers rccell cd ocpjs
B tho most durable simply constructed nnd
best Invented taking precedence of ull later linj
latlons Holdbylleolt HerrlckngcntUi8 lst
hen
ww ccBODA WATER O CENTS
B6T 1UANULATEI ICE
WM 11 ENTWISLES PHARMACY
Comer TwtlftU fatrett uud Pennsylvania Avenue
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Jel
SPECIAL NOTICES
XWESLKY CHAPEL COR OF J I IT It
uJ and F streets northwest Rev Wm I
McKenney pnstor Preaching to morrow at 11 a
ni by Rev E s Johnson 7o p m by Rev D
s LaMottehoth memliers of tho Lutheran synod
Seals free llibllc rorillnlly Invlteil
ni raWAuau M e ciiuucit con THIRD
fyQj nnd A streets norlhenst Regular
morning services to morrow Oct D nt 11 n m nnd
710 pm Preaching by tho pastor Ilev Wllrnnl
Downs morning and evening Sunday school at
On m nnd losnpl Temperance at 3 p in to
which all arc cordially Invited
RAPTI8T CHURCH NEAR
WS 6th st it w Preaching by tho pastor
Rev Dr Faunce nt II oclock u in subject
A Present Christ nlso nt 730 p in lee lure to
young people subject Companionship All ure
cordlnllylultcd
niJV THOMAS A KINO OP
r c iiiuil 1111 nriuen III me iinvijuiimutiii
Temple North Capitol stri et near 11 Sunday Oc
tober ttgl lug his reasons for coming to the New
Church from the Old Ser Ice ntl In in Seats all
free
HtSnEKFORMEl EPISCOPAL ClHIRClt
Mm Masnnlo Temple Rev Arthur Foster
Rector 1 ho Rev Professor P M lllklc or Penn
sylvania College lettysburg will preach to-morrow
ntl I oclock All nrnlnlted
jrarouiiTHsTRrirr MirrnonisT
B copal Church bet EamUl streets s c
Rev OeoVKech pastor Bnbualli school ntlin
m Prenclilnir nt 11 a ni Rev 1 M Ln
niolte of thn Lutheran Synod nnd 710 n in by
the pastor The Lords Treatment of Honest
Doubt Young Peoples Sen Ice at 7 p m Reg
ular Servlco each Wednesday evening at 7 W
oclock Allarowelcome
agr1
CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY REV
WItllnni lnret II IV twlnr llnltf nm
mnnlnii a ni a -
u n in iiiviiiiiiH ntl 111 in ill nuiiiiiiii ii
a ni evening service nudsermon 7J0 p m Dally
morning nml evening prfter Hours for week
days 10 n m nmM 15 p m At Sunday evening
serlce seats am free
FIRST M P CHURCH COR FIFTH
St and Vlrulnta nve p ltpv 1 V
Urn pastor preaching at 11 n in nnd 70 p in
Ser Ices each evening during tho week at 7 f p m
UNITED PRE3I1YTERIAN CHURCH
of North Amerlfn Ufurlllni Mnlihnfli
services by Rev s Collins 1 Dat II a m nndtl
Pm In the city Hall A truly National Union
Christian Church In tho United States using an
American revised version or the Scrlpturo Psalms
In tho worship of Hod All cordially Invited
K3NORTH PRF SHYTERIAN CHURCH
H3 N street bctn een Ninth unci Tenth sts n
w Preachlngntll a m Missionary meeting 7 p
in Snbbath school tl 10 n in
UNION M E CHURCH TWENTIETH
nt nnni ln nvn tinrlliwont Imnnlilni
by the pastor J C Hagey at 11 a mi subject The
Weighing of n Feoplennd nt7T0p m on In
temperance Sabbat li school at U a ni nnd 415 p
m Sents free
sffloriFTIt HAPTIST CHURCH VIROINIA
5iy avenue between and
Sixth sts s w Preaching by tho pastor Rev c
C Mcador 11a in Moro IHesseQ toolvo thnn
to Receive nt 7i p in Sunday school u 10 n m
Prayer meeting Wednesday 710 p m
J53PST ANDREWS CHURCH FOUR
AWSf teenth and Corcoran streets Ser Ico nt
11 oclock q ni and at 7JQ p m
FOURTH PBESHYTERIAN CHURCH
Ninth nt htMur fMi fJ nml Hiilrootii ti u
rrcacliliif by tho pastor llcv J otoph T Kelly nt
11 n m and 730 p m U30 a m tiabbnth school
Htrangcrwnro w elcome
JKT1
DUNBARTON STUKirrjr 31 ciiuucir
GOrcetOUIl Ih T ISf Kpniirrn Itnllov
1881 Unni prcuchlnRby Uev H A Uetlgti of
tlio IhnROllcul Lutheran tjyuotl 7Wp in by
tho pastor Youiiff peoplcV prayer meeting nt
0 T IU
IIAMMNi M 11 UmillLII COUNIU
lltli nml hv Ilov Af si
Beard at U a m and ltov V II lfoj d nt 7 TO p
m both of Maryland
d J Vlll UIIll
Hunday schooL tt Uuud
BTMARK8 IltniJ CJtUJlCU T1II11D
rvr puiEituni l nuuiiivii1 1 muiii
tor Prayers nnij Bermons ntll n ni nnd 730 p
in Bnnday school B 10 a m
fiaoMETHODIST PROTESTANT CHURCH
5B Ninth street betw een K nnd F north
west preaching by tho pastor Rev PhlllpT Hall
11 a in At 8 p m by Ilev II A llross Snndny
Bchool 11 30 a m Seats free
RYLAND CHAPEL M E CHURCII
Preaehlnir tn mnrrnw nt 1 n nihv Ilev
S M Flrey or Lutheran Sjnod Salibnth school
anniversary nt 730 p in All cordially lin Iteil
grL
ORACE M E CHURCH SERVICES AT
11 am nnd7J0 n m cniifliirted hv
Ilev Mr Knapp assisted at tho Communion ser-
Ico In tho morning by llevS FEvans bunday
school at d to n m and 1 10 p m
OAY STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
nr w iuiiici ui yiny nun uiihi in1 ma uvuruL1
tnwnD C Preach int hy tho pastor Itev Jos
Walker nt 11 n m nml 7T0 n in Sutulnr srimni
ntap m Thrculll bon baptism ntthouen
Ing service
rrt rQMuaNDnii m 11 emmcu urAbs
WSJ aveliet Ninth and Tenth tn n w
Kteven n ni Jtev l illser TJQ p m iter H
Ktlllllft
BST1
STPAULSCHURClITWENTY THini
sireei itev wm i itarker rector
To morrow Holy Communion 730 n in morning
prayer Litany nnd sermon 11 u in evening
prnyer 1iim third service nnd sermon 730p
m choral services All seats free Dally prayers
Op in Litany da s also 11 a m Bishop ciulntard
will preach nt 11 and 7 to
W ttFIllST 11A1TIST CHURCH T1IIR
KHO teenth St het InndH n w Rcv Dr
Cuthbert pastor Morning Bervlco nnd commu
nion nt 11 Rev Mr Lnentz ot tlio Lutheran Synod
wlHpreachIIVat7 iOpm
UNIVERSALTST pilURCH MASONIC
Temnleror Ninth nml 1 alu Mirlrru
iifiiiurriiw m ii n in sermon uy itev w 11
Slegfrleil Sunday school at u 10 a in
B1
DRLSAAO NICHOLS COsAMERI
rati ltemeilv fur nnln no isrimi biua
northw est Room No 1 over W II Rileys dry-
store Liberal discount to tho trade
foos
U RINOWALT r Sole Agent lor Washington
flCXo WILSONS SANITARY TABLETS AND
WSJ POWDERS
prlco 15 cents Special rates to trade hospital
liverymen Apply to druggists or Jli A street
northeast octs 3t
jfrTpBOOPArtTNERSHIP NOTIOD WB HAVE
MZ this day entered Into a copartnership
under Iho llrm name of SIMPSON A UUY at Hurt
Pennsylvania avenue for tho purpose of cnrr Ing
oiiniioilcnslvoSloM ItmiKO unit Furnaco fmsC
uessnud dealing In llrstlass makis of goods In
our line with repnlrs and shall bo pleased to re
ceive calls from tho former and present patrons ot
tho old llrm or Sibley A Uuy mid E F Simpson
to w horn w e are successors
E r SIMPSON
B F iUV
oco Ct 1003 Pennsylvania avenue
NOTIOB IT IB WITII GREAT PLEAS-
lirn I Infnrm ml frlnnrta nml llin imnnrnl
public that Mr B F ait V or Iho loto llrm or
ey A auy has united with mo In carrying on tho
move mm inrnnco business nt tno om location
U01Pennsvlvnnlnnvenucwherehowlll bo glad
to boo all his old friends In lew ol this clinngo
I havo to nsk that all who are Indebted to mo will
nioko an early settlement that I may tloso up tho
old books llcspcctfully
E F SIMPSON
ocu 100 1 Pennsylumlnnvciine
BST
FALL AND WINTER HATS
Our Stock Now Ik udy for Inspection
in unuiiuH niyiriiruill
LONDON AND AMERICA nt
WILLElT it RUOFFS
005 Pennsylvnulu Avinue
FOR BALD
HY
II D COOKE JR it CO
1 130 F bTREET
00 Shares Washington City Oas Light Company
Scrip block
Iwinhoo and Luko Valley Mining stuck
Norfolk City 5 per cent Bonds and other In
etnlont securities sepH
VRITrEN on any sub
AKQJ JectMSruvlscdbrlefHdruiitollecllous
made pensions attorney lor land warrants and
patents Speeches und lectures prepared at shortest
notice All business conlldenllal Alls M A
LaehHuui H1J IJlh st n w oclit
L O MARINlS DANOINO AOAD
kvSU emy will reopen for tho reception of pu
pils Saturday October t lor particulars seo
fiilnr tn tin tiiwl nt thn miiHti utmnanrnt tlin Anil
emy Est between Ninth and Tenth northwest
Beo im
IF YOU WANT TUB VERY NICEST
Bread buvOIIIl NEW SOUTH it u
suro to please For salo by ail llrst clasa Grocers
and w holesale by
W H TENNEY A SONS
Denlersln Flour Feed CornOnts Hnystrnwdc
OAlirOLMILIiS
ol West Washington P O
Hv jWU RESPEOTFULLY INVITE TIM LA
WSU dies to call and examine our lino Import
ed goods
W T BALDUS Pharmacist
Cor Pennsylvania uve and Nineteenth street
THE DEPARTMENTS
QovritNMFNT nncrUTH TO DAY Ititor
nnl rovetiuc iV03ni customs 191871
40
SKcitnTARY Windom will ttirlvo llCIO
from Now York on tho limited express tills
nftcmoon
Tin Court of Clnlini inccti on Monday
next Hint being tlio commencement of tlio
October term
Tin U 8 HTiiAMiiit lowiiATANnrtlvcil
tit Key West Fin this morning on licr
way to lloslon
Tin U S btramku lliciiMOND was nt
Panama September 27 having nrrlvcd from
tho Kast Indies
Tin PitFsiniiNT to day npiiolntcd Otis
P I Clnrlco of Newport It I to bo Plrst
Deputy Commissioner of Pensions
Col II C Coitmv Capt Wilson Piof
Sotiss1 nnd a number of other gentlemen
letivo this ovenlng for Yorktown
Attorniy OiniiAL JUcVeaoii re
turned to tho city last ovenlng nnd wns nt
tho Department of Justlcp to day
loitv IttcKAKD of tho White llouso force
has been detailed for duty at tho President
temporary lcsldenco at Senator Tones
Mil it A Kaiilan a son of Justico
Harlan was yesterday appointed to a 1000
clerkship in tho Post olltco Department
Cilini OuniK Miliikkn of tho Derail
ment of Justice has gone to Now ork
and Mr A It Dtittou is acting as chief
clerk
Tin U S stimiii Tuknton nnlvcd
at ruuclial Madeira tho lolli of Septem
ber and left tho following day for Hamp
ton Itoads Va
Chah P SciiWElNFUUTii draughtsman
John C Wand engineer anil S A W
Slmms laborer in tho Supervising Archi
tects olllcc havo resigned
Dr W II Hawkks TJTT A has been
detailed for duty as oxamiuliig surgeon at
tho recruiting roudcivous In addition to his
duties nt tho army dispensary
Mr Waikkr Dlaixi tho sou of tho
Secretary Intends It is reported to bo a
cuididnto for nomination to Congress In tho
Third District of Malno next year
Tin icccipts of national bank notes
for redemption for tho week ending to
day wcro 1000000 against fi7000 for tlio
coricsponding period of last year To days
receipts woro M000
A orNrRAL court martial has been ap
pointed to consider charges against Dnsigu
llrauncrsrcutlicr for conduct unbecoming
nn olllccr and a gentleman Tho court will
meet at Nowport Tuesday next
Tin ornoiAL ltwonTof Itcar Admirnl
Itodgcrs Superintendent of tho Naval
Academy regarding tho recent hazing at
tlio academy was iccclvcd by Acting Secre
tary of tho Navy Nlchol to day
Hon Chauncry I Filliy ex-Postmaster
of St Louis whoso natuo is men
tioned In connection w itk tho Postmaster
Generalship in tho now Cabinet is In tho
city nnd called at tho Post olllco to day
Tin clerical forco nt thoWhlto House
wero busily engaged to day In tho picpara
tlon of tho Presidents message to tlio Sen
ate It will bo given to tho press on Mon
day in tho usual way through tho two
pi ess associations
Tin rorimviNO postmaster voio
commissioned io dny C It Carder Wood
villc Itappahannock County Va S M
McConnughoyllichtudson Calhoun County
W Vn and 12 I Huffman Harbour
County W Va
US noNlislicld by thoTrcasmer to mj
curo national bank circulation 3GG120
000 bonds held to securo public moneys
1RC10COO bonds deposited to securo cir
culation during tho past week 2CDl100j
bonds to secure circulation withdrawn 2
171100
Tin ririoiiAPiiia rbports of tho In
dians being out in forco in tho neighbor
hood of San Carlos must bo tnken with a
pennyweight of silt as TiHuny tho agent
of tho Interior Department at Sail Carlos
is nlways very prompt to scud word on such
occasions and nothing was heard fioni him
Naval Oruuks Commander Itush It
Wallacohas been ordered to temporary duty
at tho Navy Department Midshipman
Itcubon It Hitter to tlio Speedwell on tho
10th lust Midshipman Mntulco I Iteed to
tlio Wyoming Master Dudley A Iisko
lias been detached fioin tlio Colorado and
ordered to tho training ship Saratoga
s
WrloIoTIuic Tiiblc mill lroKriiiiiiuo
Tlio Baltimore Ohio has issued a
neat llttlo card founlng a very liandy
rcfercuco for uso uoxt week On otto sldo
it gives n full and complete timo tnblo of
trains for tho Oriolo each of tho thrco days
On tho rovcrso sido is each days pro
gramme together with tho lino of march
for both tho narndo on Monday and tho
pagcaut Tuesday night Tho programmo
for Tuesdays concert nnd much other
valuable information is embraced upon tho
caul It is for general distribution In this
city and can bo had at any of tho llaltlmoro
OJilo odlecs
Tho Tiillorliii DepnilliHllt
of Discman Uros comer of Seventh and V
streets is bolng worked to Us fullest capacity
now Tho usual success of tills derai tment
is duo to tlio supciior workmanship fur
nished at moderate prices
A Kliliiuiicr CiiUKht
Versailles Ky Sun
Last Prlday a man and a boy appeared
in Versailles representing themselves ns
sign writers and soliciting employment
Upon seoiug them Uland Jones was nt onco
reminded of an article which ho had seen
In tho piovlous Sundays Cincinnati in
qitlm and which nrticlo set forth that a
Choctaw Indian n sign painter had kid
naped an boy In Cloves O
and taken him oil and tho boys fatbor was
anxious for his return Tho slgn palntor was
arrested nnd held whllo a telegram was
sent to Cincinnati asking for ndvlco Tho
man at first claimed that tho boy was Ills
nopliow but afterward confessed that this
was not truo On Sunday tho boys father
camo over nnd got him Ho also took tho
Choctaw back with him Tho Choctaw
whoso namo is Tom Winslow appeared In
Cloves somo tlmo last spring und opened
a paint shop Tho boy became a pal of his
nnd since tho end of school has been work
ing in his shop mid became qulto expert In
tho art of sign painting On tho 1st Instant
tho Choctnw disappeared and tlio boy also
Tho Indian says tho boy wanted to go
and tho hoy tells tlio samo talo It Is
probable that tho boy Is n natural tramp
nnd wanted to get ollfiom homo
Bo willing to do good In your own way
Wo need none of us bo distmbed If wo can
not wield unothers weapons Hut our own
must not rust
LOOK TO THE SENATE
INTERESTING FACTS AND FIGURES
Tho IrolmlillUlcN nml 1oksIIiIIIIIch
of the Orirniiizntlon CniicnMiifr ly
llolli Parties Oelllnu
Ileuily Tor thn Irny on Monilny
Tho Senate of tho United States will ns
Rcmhlo in special session on Monday next
in compllnuco with tho proclamation of
Piesldcnt Arthur All tho States will bo
represented perhaps not on tho first day
but certainly during tho session Tho names
of tho Senators and tho dates when their
terms of ofllco will cxplro nro ns follow s
ALAOAMA
JT Morgan I 1881 Jus L Itigh D1S31
AMtANSAS
A IIanilamlI18S3 Jin llWii1lor DlfW
CALIFORNIA
las T Fntleyn 1831 Ino F Miller U1887
COLOUADO
H JI Teller 1118S1 Nnthl 1 Hill 1IHWS
CONNEOTICtT
OrvlllolIllnttK1883 JosllIIawleyUlfST
DULAWAI1K
T P llayiiul I 1887 lilt Saulsbuiyll883
1 LOIllIlA
Chns WJonesl1837 WIlklnsonCnllDlKU
OEOROIA
llcuj H IIIUI18ai Tos II lliowiiI18S3
ILLINOIS
David Davis 1 183 John ATogiuiHl893
INIltAKA
lWVooiheesD1833 lien HnrilaoiiUlSS7
IOWA
Win lSAlllonK18S1 JnsWMcIlllU183
KANSAS
InoIIngallMItl88J IrcslIlMiimbUlW
KENTHCKV
Jus 1 Dock 1 1881 J S Williams 111883
IOUIfllAKA
W V Kellogg lt183J 11 1 Jonas 1118S
JtAIHK
Etigeno Hale It 1837 Win 1 Frye U18S3
MAltVLASD
J 11 Oioomc D18S3 AlUorinati D1837
MASSACHUSETTS
U L Dawes H1837 U F Hoar It 1881
MtcmaAN
T W Feuy It 1881 O D Conger U1887
MINNtHOTA
bJUMMlllannl8S7 AJilgeitonItl8S
MISSISSUll
L J C Lninnr D1831 J Georgo D1837
MISSOURI
F M Cockrell D1837 i ti Vost 1 1831
NEIII1ASKA
A Saunders II 183 CnVanWjekU1837
NEVA11A
J 1 Jones U lSS1 J O Fair D 1837
BW IIAMlSUIItE
i HlEolllns U133J II W Illalr U18S3
NEW JL11SEV
J UMlMietsoii 111883 W JSowull lt1837
NEW YOltK
W Miller It 1837 DOLnplinni 111883
NORTU UAUOLIXA
M W Itansom D18SJ Z 1 Vunce D1833
OHIO
0 Pendlcon D181 Ino Slieiman 111837
onnooVt
L Uiovcr D 1833 JHSIatcr I8a3
l1NNSYIVANIA
J D Cameron lt1835 J I Mitchell 11S37
nilOUE ISLANIl
II II Anthony ltlES X W Aldilch 111837
SOUTH CAItOLINA
M C Dtitler Dl W Hampton D13S3
TKNNESSRi
1 ti Hauls 1 1831 H V Jackson D1337
TEXAS
S II Mney D 1SS7 ltlchaiacokc DlSta
VERMONT
F idiuundsnl837 J S Mot i 111 lt1883
VtlUIINIA
JWJolinstonD183i Wm Mulione I1S37
WEST VIROINIA
H G DavU D 1833 I N Camdon Dlf87
WISCONSIN
A Campion U 1883 lSawyerlt U87
In tho above list wo havo classed 7 as
Democrats 37 ns Itopubllcans nnd 2 ns
Independents nut Messrs Ulllcr and
Laphntu of Now York and Aldtlch of
Ithodo Island Iiavo not yet been admitted
Hence when tho Sonato shall bo called to
oulcr on Monday only ll Icpublluius will
answer to their names Assuming that Mr
Malioud will act with tho Itctiubllcaus and
and Mr Davis of Illinois with tho Demo
crats thciowill bo 35 of tho former nnd
33 of tho latter If an organization shall
bo Insisted upon before tho Now York und
Ithodo Island Senators shall bo sworn in
tho Democrats would elect their man ns
President pio tern Tho election of a Secre
tary will bo an after consideration A sug
gestion has been thrown out that if tho
Republicans should mako a factious opposi
tion and withhold their votes that tho
Democrats could not elect becauso 38 Is not
a majority of 70 Hut that will not hold
good If tho Sonato wero full 33 would not
bo a majority but in tho nbsenco of tho
Now York and Ithodo Island Senators a
majority of tho number nnswcringis a ma
jority for business That question wns
fully decided when tho Southern Slaes
seceded in 1601
ClimiKCH In Tivenly Yenrs
Apart from nil questions affecting tho or
ganization thoronrn somo Interesting reflec
tions connected with tho assembling of tho
Sonato on Mondny next Of tho Senators
who will then meet Messrs Sherman and
Authouy will bo tho only ones who served
In tho session of 1801 when tho Southern
States seceded and Mr Anthony will bo the
only ono who hns served continuously sinco
that time Within tho twenty years tho
following Senators havo
IHcil lu Olllcc
Houston of Alabama Ferry and Jiuck
Ingham of Connecticut Douglass of Illi
nois Morton of Indiana Lauo of Kansas
Davis of Kentucky Fesscndcn of Malno
Hicks of Maryland Sumner of Massa
chusetts Clundlcr of Michigan Norton
of Minnesota Hogy of Missouri linker of
Oregon liurusido ot ltliodo Island John
son nnd Hrownlow of Tennessee Fort nnd
Collatnor of Vcimont Capcrton of West
Virginia und Carpenter of Wisconsin
Among tho
Oilier Illstlngiililicil Ilcnd
who served their country faithfully and
well as Senators but who died after retir
ing from that position to prlvuto llfo or
whllo occupying other positions wcio Mao
Dougall of California Dixon and Poster
of Connecticut Yntos and Hrowniug of
Illinois Iano nnd Pratt of Indiana
Grimes of Iowa Guthrie of Kentucky
Fnrwcll of Malno Johnson Kennedy
Vlckeisnnd Pcarco of Maiyland Wilson
of Massachusetts who was Vico Prcsldcnt
when ho died Howard of Michigan
Hlnlr of Missouri Hulo Claik and Fogg
of New Hampshire Ten Kvck
gon of Now Jersey King and Harris of
Now York Wallo nnd Chase of Ohio
Wiliuot of Pennsylvania Patterson of
icnucsMce ana Mm wiuKlo ot west Vir
ginia
Tlio Xunilier of Ncnntor
Within tho last tnonty years 275 dif
ferent gentlemen havo icprescntcd their
States in tho Sonato Tho fact must bo
lomcmborcd that tho Southern States wero
not icpicstnteduntll 18ll and somo of them
not until later Within this period Ala
bama has had 7 Senators Arkansas 0 Call
foinia 10 Colorado 3 Connecticut I
Dclawaio 5 Florida I Georgia 0 Illi
rrif ws
The Evening Critic
WASinNGTON D 0 SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1881
nois 8 j Indiana 10 Iowa 7 Kansas 8
Kentucky I Louisiana fi Maine 7
Maryland 11 Massachusetts J Michigan
7 Minnesota 8 Mississippi 7 Missouri
13 Nebraska fl Nevada 15 New Hamp
shire 8 NowJcrsoy 11 New York 7
North Carolina Ii Ohio 0 Oregon 10
Pennsylvania 8 Ithodo Island fi South
Carolina fi Tennessee 1 Texas 1 Ver
mont fi Virginia 7 West Virginia 8
Wisconsin fi
Of tho nativities of tho Senators 2 wero
born lu Alabama 20 lu Ohio 31 In Now
York 11 In Massachusetts 1 lu Tennessee
0 lu Georgia 21 in Pennsylvania 12 lu Ver
mont 20 in Kentucky 11 I it Now Jersey
7 in Indiana Connecticut 10 North Caro
lina 7 Dolnwaro I South Cnrollnn fi
Maryland 13 Illinois 1 Malno It Now
Hampshire 13 Virginia 21 Louisiana
3 Michigan 1 Ithodo Island fi Missouri
2 Ireland 0 Scotland 1 lhigland 2
Germany 1 Nova Scotia 1 Wales 1 nnd
tlio nativities ol fiaro not given
Delaware Pennsylvania and Virginia
wero represented by their own sons
With ono or two exceptions all tlio Senators
from Connecticut Georgia Kentucky
Maine Maryland Massachusetts Now
Hampshire New York North Carolina
Itlutdo Island South Carolina nnd Vermont
wero natives of tho States they repre
sented
Tlie Democratic Cnuiiis
Tho Democratic Senators met in caucus
tills morning in tho loom of tho committee
on revolutionary claims Tlio absentees
woro Senators Pair Farley Slater Grover
and Itansom llcforo tho caucus nil tho
Democratic Senators with whom Tin
Chitio talked favoicd tho completo organ
iratlou ol tho Scnato upon a democratic
basis so far as tho President pro tcm nnd
olllcers nro concerned nnd said thoy would
also demand nn equal distribution of tho
committees Tho caucus was called to order
at a few minutes past 1 1 oclock Senator
Pendleton mcsidlng
It was whispered about that tho Demo
cratic Senators wanted to avoid anything
liko a deadlock and to that end would pro
ceed very carefully It wns said they would
ngrco upon no plan of nctlon that in their
opinion would not bo sustained by tho
party ttiiougiiout tno country Jor would
they ngrco to any plan of action that thoy
would not feel justified lu maintaining
even though It took all winter
Tho Democrats after somo discussion
agreed to insist on tlio election of President
pro tern beforo sweating lu tho now mem
bers and then discussed tho question ns to
whether they will insist on tho election of
Secretary beforo tho thrco now members mo
sworn in Tho uncertainty of Judgo Davis
action renders tho situation very prccail
otts
Tho Democratic caucus nt 2 p m ap
pointed a committee with Senator Pendle
ton as chairman to confer with a commit
too from tho ltepublicm caucus and mako
report A recess for half nn hour was then
taken and tlio notion of tho committco is to
bo submitted to tho caucus for ratifica
tion
Fiom a Democratic Senator a CniTio
reporter learned that Bayard will bo tlio
choice of tlio Democrats and they
wero discussing tho proposition ns
to whether or not thoy will in
sist on tho election of a Sec
retary beforo swearing in tho thrco now
members It is inferred that tho Demo
crats havo concluded to agrco upon n pro
grammo without consultation witli tho
Republicans
Tho Domocrats woro somo tlmo looking
up precedents and qulto a largo number of
tho old Congressional Jiecoi Is wero taken
Into tho cancits iooin Tho gen
eral Impicssion among tlio Dem
ocrats is that they will insist upon tho
completo organization of tho Scnato prior
to admitting tho new Senators
Tlio ItcMilillciiii Itiucim
Tho Itcpubllcan Senators met in tho room
of tho Judiciary Committee All wcto pres
ent except Senators Kdgcrtou Jones of
Nevada Sawyer and Van Wyck Senator
Anthony presided An hour was spent lu
an informal discussion of tlio situation
No proposition wa3 submitted but It was
very ovldcnt from what was bald that tho
Itcpublleans wcroallnt eoi being lu tlio
minority At 12 oclock a recess wns taken
for nn hour lu order to learn what was
being dono by tho Democrats Thico Ito
publlcans frankly admitted that thcro was
no way for them to settle matters except
to allow tho Democrats to go ahead Monday
and elect a President of tho Scnato pro
tcm This thoy considered Inevitable but
added that thoy would not consent to tho
arrangement until thciohnd been a number
of speeches made on tho Itopubllcnn sido
which would allow tho Republican Senators
nn opportunity to set themselves right bo
foio tho country
It is generally understood that tho Ito
publlcans abandoned tho hopo of electing a
President of tho Sonato but thoy hopo for
overtures from tho Democrats for a com
promise on a further organization
Tho Joint Coninilllcc
Tho joint committco of tho two caucuses
met nt 2lfi Tho meiubcts aio Messrs
Pendleton Gailand Voorhees Pugh and
Davis of tho Democrats nnd Ddmunds
Allison Logan Sherman and McMillan of
tho Republicans
Tho committco icmaincd In session but a
few minutes Tho Democratic membors
went in committed by tho action of tholr
caucus to Insist on tho election of tho
President of tlio Senate ns tho first act on
assembling Tho Itopubllcans declined to
confer on that basis nml nothing was dono
Tho result of tho caucuses had not been
ascertained as wo went to press
Tlio lrcHllpiit mill tliu Ilipillllcuii
Senators
Tho President was called on to dnv by
nearly all tho Republican Senators In tho
city Secretary Klrkwood spent somu tlmo
with tho President this afternoon Tho
President urged upon tho Senators to day
tho great necessity for harmony during tho
oxtra session nml also asked that thoy en
deavor to mako tlio session a brief ono
Tho President mill Dv Ncniilnr
Ionlclliiir
At half past 11 this morning ox Senator
Conkllng in company with Senator Jones
dtovo to tho residence of tho latter nml
thcro met Piesldont Arthur Tho thrco
gentlemen retired to tin upstairs loom and
wcio in closo consultation for several hours
Piosldcut Arthur lcmnlticd nt homo all day
Tho report that Houtwell had been ofleicd
tho Tieasttry portfolio is scint olllclally
denied
Tho Emperor William Is not as sure
footed ns of old Returning nlouo fiom n
call upon tho Dmpicss in her rooms tit tho
pal nee lu Carlsrubo tho cthcrdiy liociossed
tho court to his own apartments ttuiccog
nlzed ns ho woro only hissltnplo generals
fiock coat nnd cap and cairicd several poit
folios and letters Suddenly ho caught his
foot against a stone and foil down to his full
longtli Thrco ladles who had taken tho
Einpeiorfor a gcnornlaudouoof tho Grand
Dukos footmen hurried up und lifted tlio
officer In whom they then iccoguied tho
Ihnpoior William Ho luckily only buf
fered a slight contusion on his nnio and on
ono arm
Tho dishonest man gives no moio
light in tlio world than n tallow candle
aud when hodlos ho leaves ns bad nn odor
behind him
Second Edition
400 3 3VT
THE TREASURY POLICY
The Ilo ouJliilo Alllrms Hn Inlor
iir ultli Hr Wluiloni
IIostok Mass Oct 8 lu regard lo tho
details lcnoi led to havo fomo from Secre
tary Windom ill legud to tho interview
with him published on Thursday morning
tlio Globe to day says It hns been given
out in somo cliclc3 In llostnu by parties
who wero alluded that Secretary Windom
bad denied giving tho Information about
his plans which was printed In tho Globe
Thursday Wo repeat that Mr Windom
said emphatically that ho could not Inter
fere in tho fight between tho bulls nnd
bears that tho Tieasttry Department would
not bo used ns iv medium to legulato tlio
condition ofnlVulrs on Wall street and that
tho present stringency of tho monoy
market was duo to over speculation This
tho Hon Secretary cannot deny uud wo
Intend to say that nobody is authorized to
deny it fur him Ho may bo induced to
clinngo his policy but nt 0 oclock Wednes
day evening ho mado tho statements attrib
uted to him deliberately nnd after careful
consideration of tho question wo do not
know whether lioiiurposoi to buy a largo
amount of bonds but wo do know that ho
said last Wednesday ovenlng that ho would
not Increase his order for tho weekly pur
chaso of 2010000
Tlio IiiiIIiiii Will
Sax Fiiancisco Cai Oct 8 Reports
from tho San Carles reservation say that
over 100 Indians are now but In different
patties Tho campaign will probably last
all tho whiter Col MncKcnzio is now in
command nnd Gen Wilcox has returned to
Tucson Tlio Chlcricliuas havo ciosscd tho
line aud aio now safo
Yorlc Hunk Statement
Nnw Yohk Oct 8 Tho bank statement
to day is unfavorable Tho following mo
tho changes Loans decreased l373C0O
specie decreased 3103b00 Itgal tenders
Increased 120C00 deposits decreased
9023200 circulation Increased 3000
reserves decreased 77250
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A Kingly Coiilertiivi
Maiihii Oct 8 Tho Interview between
tho Kings of Spain and Portugal took placo
to dny nt Valencia Alcantara
Current Kllliiors In Wall Street
Special Dispatch to Tin Kvininci Cuitk
Nrw Yomc Oct 8 Tho somewhat
Blngularand unexpected slipping off in tlio
market Into yesterday afternoon was tlio
general subject of remark among tho biokcrs
and traders at tho Windsor last night It
was partly nttriuutcu to tno stiuncn ciiango
of nnstttou lnndn tlio latrm room trmlors
0
wno tnrow over tno siocks nougiit tlio tlnv
beforo and partly to tho Immcnso sales of
Reading nnd L S by Osborno it Co nnd of
Now ork Central by Hartou underbill
Tlicro wa s no important buying of nny
thlng yesterday oxcept Manhattan by O
L L Ilnight who tiro said to havo pur
chased 20000 shares within thrco days for
somo otio unknown It was reported Con
ner sent on an order yesterday afternoon
to buy all there was on tho floor fiom 22J
up and tho talk last night was 23 for it to
dny So far ns known tho receivers certifi
cates had not been subscribed for
Tlio important announcement wns mado
last night on excellent authority that tho
PnndU Pltailrontls had finally comoto
n mutual understanding aud harmony had
again been lestoted between them Hut
tlio basis of tho settlement had not trans
pired Tho U P Co had ngrccd to glvo
tho C P fiOO freight cars nt onco for tho
transportation of lion for its Otegou exten
sion Tho U P earnings in tlio first five
days In October weto lJSril7 Increase
1H7B8
Fahnsloek of tho First National Hank
says regarding tho money maikct that
tnero is really a plenty ol tunds ami but
for tho manipulation of tho bears thcro
would bo no stringency on tlio street Ho
thinks tho Tieasttry Department is not in
position to autlcipato tho December call
Jos Scligman on tho other hand believes
these bonds can and should bo paid imme
diately and says tho banks nro poor
Mr Vandcrbllt was quoted last night as
having stated that tho recent largo soiling
of Reading had not been by him but ho
supposed his following had sold somo of
their holdings to realize profits ns might
havo been expected
Sago talks ns bullish ns beforo
It is reported Smith Cnminack nnd D P
Moigau havo covered up all their shorts
PERSONAL
SnxATon McDtiL and Jacks on are
stopping at tho Ebbltt
Tim EMiitrss or Austria Is a gieat
cigarette smoker a splendid horsewoman
and n perfect gymnast
SixVTons Krtioaa of Louisiana Sauls
bury of Delaware aud Groomo of Mary
land mo nt Willnrds
Wi aio happy to announco tho engage
ment of Miss Hannah Nnchmau ulccoof
Mr I L Hlout to Mr Morris Clark
JunonS C Mills of this city delivered
nn nddress nt n meeting of tho Sons of Jonn
dab nt Annapolis on Thursday evening
Mnssns William Tuimii James Phil
lips J Thayer aud E II llowcn of this
city wcio registered lu Haltliuoio yester
day
Sinvtou Wahi Hampton Is nt tho
Metropolitan ns is also Senator Joseph
llrowu und family of leoigia aud Senator
Zebuloii Vance of North Cinoiiiia
Tin roiiowiNO urrtsrs will accompany
Patti and Nitollnl on their coming American
tour Mile Castellan violinist Mllo Ho
henschid contralto Slguor Salvntc bari
tono Slguor Pluto basso nnd his brother
who will bo piano accompanist
Gov Hamilton of Md visited West
minster yosteidny afternoon and called on
ltov Dr Murray of tho M P Church and
had an interview with him in refeicnco to
tlio mat iligo of Miss Clare Hamilton nnd
Mr John T Staubopo Mr Stanhopo also
called on Dr Murray yesterday oveulng for
n certificate of marriago but tho doctor re
fused it on tho giound that tho representa
tions had not been strictly accurate Mr
Stanhopo Is only 20 and Miss Hamilton 17
years of ago
o
CiirlosllleH In AiUertlseiuiiitN
lit tho Vicuna Journals thoio nro many
advertisements In French Unfatnlliarlty
with tho language sometimes mako them
read very qucerly Hcioisoiio A gov
erness with diploma would liko to nceoin
pany a musical lady to tho country aud on
tho piano Hero is nuothcr Wuntcd
A French nuro who loves children of three
fivo und eight years And hero Is tho
qucorest Wanted A piofossor to covao
twlco a week to tho housoof anoblo family
in nidor to lefotm tho pronunciation of a
panot
Impolitr ucss i3 derived from two souicos
inumerouco to tuo ciivino ana con
tempt for tho human
TWO CENTS
Another JfnroN Veil
Tho 1ott of this morning camo out with
tho flaming nnnoutircment that tho Govern
ment had been robbed of millions through
tho agency of certain claim nttornoys and
tho collusion of clerks in tlio Pension
Hurcatt Millions sound largo in tho cars
of a tax paying community nnd henco a
natural disposition to find out tho facts in
tho case In order to do this officially
so lo speak Tin uniTic caiicu on
Commissioner Dudley who is ono of tlio
most palnstnklng nnd nfihblo gentlemen
connected with tlio Government Further
more lio is u man of grit Ho hates shams
and frauds and has no uso for them in any
slinpo Tho bearing of tho following in
terview with tho Colonel will besulllclcntly
explained when wo stnto that in caso ho
Knew ot nny parties in tuo rcnsion umco
who vt era working crooked or in caso ho
had good reason to suspect them they
would bo bounced on tlio spot
Having trouble again queried Tin
Cuitiu of Col Dudley
No doubt you mean that thing in tho
Post this lnnniinir replied tho Commis
sioner Well In reply I havo only to say
that It was a misrepresentation fiom begin
ning to end Wonls nro placid in my mouth
that I never tittered aud Ideas nro at
tributed to mo that I never entertained
They mako mo say that a great number of
my clerks nrodlshoncst and cant bo trusted
oti may say lor mo time 1 liavo no sucli
suspicions in fact that I bcllovo tlicro never
was a set of clerks who could bo so
thoroughly trusted
Hut nboufthis chnrgo
Well I havo only to say that this mnn
Georgo Hlack whoso character is nono of
tho host has filed n falso pension claim lu
this Department aud that when tho facts In
tho caso woro presented to his own nttornoy
ho refused to bo mixed up with his defense
Hcyoud this I havo no charges to mako It
may bo possiblo that thcro Is a back door
way to reach this bureau but I dont know
anything of it now and should I find It
out you may rest assured that 1 will go to
tho bottom of It on short time You may
say howovcr as coming from mc that I
dont know of nny ring fur tho collection of
pension claims that I dont suspect any
body of clerks In my employ and that 1
rcpudiato tlio sentiments attributed to mo
In thoPoofthismornlng When I And any
evidences of guilt I will bo piotupt enough
to mako them known
V 1 Impress
Arizona
Carlhon
Deadwood
ltoniestnke
Ilttln Pittsburg
Out Ml
Quicksilver
do preferred
Htaiulurd
Uutro Tunnel
FINANCIAL
To iluyN Slock UnotntloiiH
Tho following observations of tlio trans
actions in tlio financial market to day to
gether with opening and closing quotations
aro furnished iiy tho banking houso of H
I Cooke Jr Co 1120 F street Washing
ton 1 C
Nambok Stock
Aincrlciin District - -
O a O
C U C A I
LnnadaHontticrn
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O J a I U
Clllttuto Ht Iuul M A O
do preferred
Central Pacific
Chi Ht L N O
Del Luckawnttiin W
Dclnwnronuit Hudson
Denver nnd Itlo Urnude
Krlo -
llnnnlbnl nnd ht Joe
do preferred
Houston and Texas
Illluoti Central
Hid II t W
Inko Hhore
Iouls lllo nnd Nashville
Iakn Krlo nnd Western
Michigan Contrnl
Missouri Pacltlc
Missouri Kansas it Texas
Manhattan ltovatril
New York Central
KnrlUwostcrn
do nreicrred
New Jirsey Central
Nashville and CtinttanooiiiM
Northern Pacific
do nreierren
Ohio and Mississippi
Ontario nnd Western
Pacltlc Mall
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do preft mil
bull 1 rnnetscn
do preferred
Union luelllc
Western Union
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do preltrrcd
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Memphis it Ohio
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Ohio Central
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JurllclflM KccrintloiiH
Qatli In On ruqutrer
tloneral Anson McCook an Ohio boy and
New York Itoprosontntlvo In Congress wnS
talking torno lust liightaboutGnificld with
whom ho was particularly intimate
Dear old fellow said he I would just
liko to take his band again to night oven
if I had to bid him gooil by forever I ha o
been thinking nil day about his death ns if
thcro was somo mistake about It audi
might bo dicamlug Ho used to cotno
over to tho 100ms of Amos Townsend nnd I
had rooms In tho same houso on II street
near Wormlcys and play pedro with us
SIcKluloy also n member of Congress fiom
Ohio geneially inndo tho four picocnt
lcdro was Garfields favorite game though
ho would play whist or euchre aud some
times as a reeieatlon a very small game
of poker Ho had a high capacity for
amusements nnd could divert his nilnd liko
a child Ho was very fond ofbllllaids
though of couiso ho didnt get much tlmo
for It It Is seldom continued ho that
you sco in this world tho perfect combina
tion of n man of heart and iiinu of head
nnd nlso a mnn of impottnnt public station
liko Clarilcld To thoso who kjiow him
closely ho was a perfect well of boyish
warmth and Direction Everything about
him was natural aud hearty nnd yet wo
admltcdtho big brain and oxpetionco wo
know to bo there though wo wero novcrio
minded of it unless somo question camo up
calling for a vculict Then wo saw tho
mind instantly como out liko tho lighting
ofn candlo In n dnrk room
Two merchants of Louisville wioto a nolo
to a married woman nsklng her to nttend
tho laces with them Sho told hcrhusbaud
Tho husband piocured a good henvy horse
whip gave It to his wife and tlio two
sallied forth It was near midnight bcfoio
they could find either of tho two gallants
but at that hour they camo across ono of
them Tho husband holncd him whllo tho
wlfo Indicted a punishment which ho will
long lemcinbcr They havo been searching
for tho other ono hut ho has taken good
caio to keep out of sight Tho bcoundiel
who was whipped cried and begged for
inoicybut tho castlgatlou wcut on until
tho Insulted woman was weary

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