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rourtconth Year No 4053
AMUSEMENTS
VTATIONAli THEATUB
flu 1IUNI HltAKSPKAIUAX nVIINT ffft
Commencing Monday October 2t livery livening
nnd Wcdncwlav and Saturday MntltHM
Kngngemcnt of the Popular Tragedian
MR THOS W ICEI31STB
Sifportciliy flcorfflrt Tyler lew Lcnrock Oc
ta In Allen and iirompuny of rceotfnlrcd metro
politan nrttstfl under the innnnirement of Win 11
IravdciiprcKCiitlngn Merlon of utandnrd clnmlr
perfurmnncoH
luajuiiiui
Monday
Tiiiftdni
VcdncrMlny Matinee
Wednesday jcnliitf
Thiirplayi
Friday
Halpuf seals will begin Thursday
toiler 27 nl theatre ho onice
lirlnVci
ltliliard III
lllchelleu
Tho Merchant of Venice
-1 Inmlel
Macbeth
The 1 onld llcvciii
Haturdtiy Mntlnce
MntimUy livening IMclmril III
Mr Kceno nnd lull Rtrcngtli orcompanynppear
lg lit every play
Monday October 11
Emma Abbott English Opera Company
NATIOKAL TUBATRB tOlKStlNH0TimKnJI
TliPltfnowiiPil
EiMIIVCA ABBOTT
GRANDENGLISH OPERA COMPANY
Largest Klronnoxt Most Hxpcnslvp nnd Snccpss
lul Ktigllsh Opern Company hi tho UlilUHlHtntc
ltmKUTOIHK
Monday mid Tliurwlny
Tuesday -Km Diavnlo
AVcdnewtny Matinee - llohcmlan llrl
Wednesday Xlght tlu New Opern
TWO CAVALIEIlSl
Or A JOLLY NUIHT IN SOItlinNTO
Friday wInut
Saturday Mailrec Chimes of Normandy
Saturday Night Tlio Tun Cnvnllers
Irii LltnmH anii In mn OncnETiA
Morning
rnmiATRii coMiqon
MunaXy Octvbpr SI Nlnlitly mid Tucnday nnd
Friday Matinees
Kmnsomeiit of tlio drnnintlo ilnr JULirN
KKNViuidlilsWrpsillnzllrnr Jill I A In tlio
rmt drama of WlIilJ llllti nupimrted by tbe
voanir American ActrcsH auks iiisik
OHOUKKIt Mirnrrnt nppclally nrtlsts W II
t wood ileo Knnp Harry niakply
Lew Itaker ldnn Mnrklpv InMarllnB llrnllipm
Needliant and Kclley ami our mammotU Atoek
company Inonpof tlipbpst bills ftlipwenson opjl
T 1NOOLN HALL
Clinii Cnllender
MOVDAV
TinSYIlAY
OCT 34
MMTesfPC nnd Mnnagpr
AND WIIDNIisIJAY
as ao
Ueturniifllrc Vavorltcs
Gallonders Georgia Minstrels
oknuini coLomiD autihts
Kutlro New rrosramme Everything frenli
Jtnervt seals 7i els nt Metrcrolts
AdmlssluiirA
Wutcli for the Irand Hand rnrndo Mou lay
oc2Mt
A BNEItS SUMMER GARDEN
annul Concert To NIght by
timmiih viknna udiis ouciiitiia
ADMISSION 10 OKNTS
Chnngo of rrogmnimo Kvery KVenlnjr
7ie
A
NOW READY
AT
AUCTION SALES
ucnox ham or rmvirxmx
se27
Vie
719 Market Space Oor 8th St
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Re
plete with all the Novelties of the Sea
son in Fringes Qimps Buttons and Or
naments Stock unusually large Black
and Colored Bead Fringes and Gimps in
Great Variety at very low prices
Plain White Hemstitched and Colored
Bordered Handkerchiefs at all prices
Black and Colored Satins Velvets and
Plushes all kinds of Fancy Goods and
Notions nt DAVIS
719 Market Space cor 8th street
First Class Goods and no mirepresen
tation at DAVIS
iicUI 7II MARKET SPACE Corner Bill St
WAHiuiyuTox jruticrT Company
Wahiiinoton October 1 1881
Notice h hereby gt en that tlio rlghta to occupy
Tin HTAMS STANDS AND HTOltl S
of tlio
WASIIINOTON maiikist company
In the Market Uulldlinrf on 7th Otti nnd II HtreetH
iiiKlirniitliiEr toward 1eiinnylvuiiln avenue hi tlio
city of WashluKtonwlUhonoldut public auction
mibject to tlio payment of rent therefor forCtho
term of eighteen years from January 1 8W tho
Halo to commciico m wild mumingH on
KATUltDAV OGTOi 32 1001
AT IXKVKN 0CIOCIC In the forenoon and to
contliiuoontlintday ami by ndjounimeii on
every subsequent Hnturday nt tho nanio hour un
til nil nm fHtmrviiNl if
Tor addlllonat particulars Inquire at tho ofllco of
IIM1 CUII1UI1V
lly order of tho Directors
WABHINOTON MAIIKI COMPANY
Ity M 1 KMKRY Present oc813t
llin nliiii Hiiln vni udloiirncd until M ATI til
DAY October at U oclock a in and ho next
adjournment will bo to TllUltSDAY November
1 at 1 oclock noon and rmbstHiuent adjournments
will bo to Kucccedlnu THUltaiiAYH and halet nn
Hnturday will lo dlttcontlnucd that hclnjr mi In-
coiivenient uav ror niarKeimen
WABIllNOTON MAUKirr COMPANY
llv M I iMJUY PieHtdent
T1IOMAH UOftJUINU Auctioneer
October a iwl neaitd
A GOOD INVESTMENT
M IOMimONE DISTRICT ARIZONA Is now
tliu liudliigsMvcrproducluKmlhliii camp nf tlio
Huutlinest TlieoroUall freoinllllnsnndof blab
KrudCgiinduItli the development Unit 1ms been
nttiilned In tho past two years lsnowleldlnga
bullion output of over fouooo per monlli giving
hnudsouio rcluriis In liolli ll I jendsnudeiihaucetl
value nfsloek In lortunalo holdeis Tho nttentlon
uf tho public Is culled to tho slock of tho Mesa
Consolidated Mining Co In this dlstrlit nt ono of
tho Biifrst nml but Investments that can bo miida
btoik w ltli u pur vuluo of Jloper shnrc Is now offer
cil In limited Humility for development of tho
mliies at l per fchure guaranteed against nssess
incut Send fur circular nnd any oilier Information
desired to
T 3S SOUITST
Secretary Menu tonsolldiited Mining Company
Toinbstoiip Cnihlsi Louiil xArlonn nejo
k TOII YOU WANT THE VERY NICEST
HfeU llrend bnyOUR NEW SOUTH it Is
sum to please 1or salo by all llrsl class Irocirs
adioWibr
WilTKNNKV4H0NHi
Deulerslii 1lour Feed Corn Oats IlayHtrnwio
lel WestWushlugion DC
SPECIAL NOTICES
AT A OALLBD MBHTINO OFTMH V
f r tirApiitislfiMlinrlsiifillNtllifliwiiinriiltiir
October it tlio Associate Hector llcv II 11
llntt announced the ilcntli of Mr TI10MAH I
1IUMK whereupon the following resolutions
were unanimously adopted
Itpsolved Tlinl wp Imvc heard Willi sincere
grief of llipdenlhof our lata associate nml cs
tcenipd frlliiw clllnpii Thomas L Hump
Itpsolved Thntlnhlsdpnthwo renllre Hip loss
to Ids family of n devoted nml IipIovpiI nipiitlipr
to nurKPlVPs or mi parhpst nnd nluod co laborer
lo this parish of n realous nml gpnerous supporter
nml to llip community or a worthy upright nml
hnnnrcl mnn
Resolved Tlinl ns n mnrk of respect to Ids mem
ory the members nnd px membero of Hip Vestry
nudlhpwurdcusur the parish ntlcnd liH funeral
In nlKxIy
ItMuiHpil Thnl IIiphp rnHnlnttntis lip mi illshpd
111 tlio dally pnpprs of this city nnd that n copy of
IllPm OP Belli lo Ills uprenven iiiumy
oCil 2t C PUNCANSOX Register
ttf enMU AND WltTtEtl
Juay FALL AND winter
H 3D
IMPORTER
IXAIINS nousi
H D
xc21 Ct
northwest Room No 1
AND TAILOR
JUST JlKCHlVKU A FUIl LINT or
Fall and Winter Suitings Overcoatings
and Trouserings
Trom tlio licit Mnnufucttircraof Truiicc Kintlniid
nnd Hcotlnml
MR W M COBB
of Hells New YorkMlll attend to Mylmof ntllnit
ftnvl BultltiK tlio most fastidious lentlemeii who
desire tlic skill of mi nrtlst will cull nt tlio
IN
BARR
lilt PENNSYLVANIA AVU
WiSSTO THD BXOEL8IOR ELABTIO PAINT
Wn COMPANY
Wahiiinuton D C
This h to certify that u nils end roofs you painted
for iih now nearly four years ulnce ha eslven en
tlroNitlfactlon nnd wo cheerfully recommend
yourpAlultonll who nro troubled with DAMP
WALU AND LKAKY JIOOFH
Thonatntlschean very drtrable nnd p lmvc
nn doubt It will lint much 1 oncer than tho live
jenrs you warrant It
idvaui middliton
john ju voot
YochdorKCtlioiXCirS10HJLAHTIUPAINT
with plcoMtro ond conlldence haiiitf tested It
thoroughly In our real est a to hudiiem
uciooer u ai juuzs niiiHJiAfx tv tu
All orderC nromntlv nttendedtoaud work cunr
nuteed S years for one half the litunl rates Jelt
Jtooirt reimireu or mmin new nun Kimrnmeeu nvc
imrtT iilmiiiiu a
years
oc21
IU1W JUJiVUljO ilKLIll
Itoom 3 Ht Cloud llulldluir
Hhop m I street mw
WABHINQTON MARKET COMPANY
HTOCKIIOLUISRS MCITTJNO
WAKItlNdTOV D C Oct 17 1WI
A special meeting of Stockholders of tho Wash
In clou Market Company will bo held nt tho otllce
of tho company on Pennsylvania nvenue In the
city of Washington nt 13 n clock noon on Hatur
daybcliut thejyth day of October 18S1 to net
uikii Hales and llental of Htalln nd refundlnnof
tho Mortgage Debt of the Company nndiipon any
other subject within tho nowcrit of tho coniora
tlon JlkNJ D WIIlTNJiY
ocis iui
Hecretnry
wn3DAN01NaPK0FESS0n GHELDON IS
JWfi now teaching tho live step waltr and
lawn teniiLs quadrilles Particulars ntliall 1001 1-
or reaiucncc uiuiziiihi iiorijnesi
ocla
u n cookk jiu co
nan rsTOKirr
District of Columbia ft per rent Ilouds mnturliut
18C Norfolk City ft per rent Hands halug 30
years to run a nrst class liivistment Call and
examine
Metropolitan Htreet Uallway Slock Washington
lasllgliC Hcrlii and other luwstmeut seeurliles
Government Jlomls etc
Direct wlro to Philadelphia nnd New York
JETS POWDUUH
15 cents Hpeclal rates to trade hospital
rirlco
Iverymen Apply lo druggists or 3J1 A street
northeuHt oct lMt
w eeaCOPARTNERBHIP NOTICE WE HAVE
RQj this day entered Into n copartnership
under tho linn name of H1MPHON t HT Y at ion
Pennsylvania avenue for tho purpose of carrying
onnnextcnshoHtove ltango and rurunco bust
ness nnd dealing In first claw makes of goods In
our line with repair and shall bo pleased to re
ceive calls from l ho former and present patrons ol
thonldllrmof HibleyAOuy and i rHlmpsou
to w horn w o aro successors
I T HTMPSON
11 F UY
ocrt lOQPeniiHylvniim avenue
FALL AND WINTER HATS
Our Htock Now Itendy for Insiiectlon
jn itis jjvmiuiij niyiiii uuui
LONDON ANIJ AMKltlllA nt
WllIin r C HUOIT8
oc5 003 rennsylvanln Avenue
wSvo TUn CELLULOID TBUSsi
That npvpr rusts novpr hrpaks npspr vrpnrn nn I
alwajs clean and enn bo worn wbtlo bathing Is
fbriwlentCJIAH PIMillEIlH 623 Beventh st
northwest Mrs Fischer devotes her attention to
tmvunnis or lady patrons
wKTtfHODA WATKIl 0 CENTS
Be UltANULATUD ICE
WM II HNTWISIES PIIAnMAOY
Corner Twelftli Street nnd Tennsylvanla Avenup
puitE nnuas and chemicals jei
TZgcmOREAT BABOAINS
TRUNKS AND IIAHNESS
Tho lnrirest assortment In tho city of lino ouullly
uuiies jrcsKoiu Leuuifrs ruiiu Aiuuiiiiti JUCK
clliic llnits rocket books shawl Straps etc nt tho
esiuuiisueu iiiuiiuiuciurj ut
K KNEESSI
Oter ISO Dirrcrent Styles and Hires or Trunks on
hand
HEPAIIlINn TrunksllaKsand Hnrness lie
pnlreil promptly nnd thoroughly nt low rates by
llrst class workmen Jco
jjgyLA PltlNOESa
Isthennmo of our new
a CENTCIOAlt
It Is tho llest Clgnr yet oflcrcd for tlio money
SICKLES CALIFORNIA CIOAIl STORE
No 1011 Penna Ave bet Tenth and Eleventh sis
ffTTIF YOU WOULD AVOID CHILLS AND
AWCw Fevers Ague and Fevers lllllous Ievers
nml other diseases Incident to tho season take
itiiuivniAUfl juiixiu3uim you win surely ts
capo them
IlROWNINaH HITTERS linvo been In nso for
over twelve venrs and nonerson was ever knnin
lo have chills or bilious fevers uhllo using theso
iuvrs i ur buiu uy uiunxvtm uuu Kroccra Keller
ally
HROWNINQ A MIDDL15TON
PROPRIETORS AND MANUFACTURERS
010 Pennsylvania Avenue
ELECTRICITY THE WONDERFUL CUR
ATIVK AflKNT
DIt WILLIAM HUNTER No 1420 New
York Avenue cures Cutnrrh llronchllls Diseases
of Lungs Liver and KldllPj s Dyspepsia Neural
gia Rheumatism lurulj sis and nil Nervous Com
plaints
Consultation freo mrl g
w taMR L O MARINlS DANCINQ AOAD
UmD nny will reopen fur tho reception of pu
pils Saturday October 1 For pnrllcuhirs sco cir
cular to bo hud nt the musto stores or nt the Acad
einy Est between Ninth and Tenth uortliH est
j rBTOVES FURNACES RANQES ic
Tin plates sheetlron work II replaceslovcsrauges
flirnaccH repaired Tlnroollugsoutlng and nil
kinds of tin work promptly intended to Send
your order to
It II 1 liOUlB
CIO Eleventh st li w near 1 st
AC NICI10IH COsAMEItl
KKJJ run Homely lor salo ma Nlnlli stieet
lorssinre Liberal IIm t m I
0 V - HIWUIIIH II1 till-
nvPr W It Itll u 1
I IHNdWA IT r Solo Agent lor Washington
jfCjfLinTKRS WRITTEN ON ANY SUR
KX3J lect MS revised brlelsdrnw n collections
mode pensions attoriiry lor lund nairnnts nnd
patents Speeches and lectures prepareil atsbort est
uotlcr All business conildeutlul Mrs M A
Lacu ulaii 81 ith st a w ocl tit
DEPARTMENTS
Till NATIONAL 1IANIC NOTII ICClIVCll
fur rcilciniitloii to ilnr ninniliited tn 1IH
oon
HoVKItSMrNT ItlXKIPTS TO DAV III-
tcmnl rovcmicHnlWB customs
Till lmwilirNT lini boon clecleil a mem
ber of tlio lllerary society of Inlatlimto
College Jtjerstown Pn
CoMMiRtinNin 1iiiti of tlio Iiulluii
Ilutcnii 13 cmiftiictl tit Ills rooms millerliig
from nn nccuto attnek of rhciiiimtlsm
Tun Icavo of nbsenco granted dipt
H Oardiier Assistant Siirccoii USA Is
oxlciulnl tlirco montlis on account of dis
ability
Tin distribution of standard silver dol
lars for tlio week ending Oct Si was ISI
H against 8nl for llio corrcsponillng
ivcck of last year
A STRONtl cflort Is bclmr inailo by tlio
soldlcM to Iiavo Commksloncr Dudley Hindu
Secretary of tlio Interior but tbcro is not
much nupo tor success
Iaymastkk WGoLiisnonoucni lias been
ordered to tlio Brooklyn as licet paymaster
of tlio South Atlantic KtnllOn and Chief
Engineer V v Dungan to Ftmo as licet
engineer
Tun Attorney General lias dialgnalcd W
1 Davlilco esn as special attorney on tbo
part of tlio United States to assist in tlio
prosecution ot uiarlcs J iiuitcaii mulcted
for tlio murder of James A Cfarfleld
SunscniPTloNR to day for tlio Oarfleld
memorial hospital fund In addition to tlio
iSllH already reported Henry A Wlllaril
100 K lSlaiid Mary M Wilson 1
Tlio contribrttlon provldusly reported from
Lewis Johnsoll Co sliould have been
credited to Liiird Walker
JfllL SIrsisiEH Skiivici Tlio fol
lowing nameit persons linvo been designated
as mall messengers at tlio points mentioned
Samuel Tones Glrdlctrco Hill Worcester
County Jtd tames It Wood Cedar Point
Pago County Vn and Jacob S Scrogliam
Koincrs Store Augusta Coilnty Vn
Capt IjOUIR II Faoan bas been detucbed
from tlio Marino llartnekn Portsmouth X
H and ordered to tlio U S S Brooklyn its
licet marine olUccr of tlio South Alautlc
station Second Lieut S L Jackson U
S jr C Is detached from tho Marino
Barracks Boston nnd nlso ordered to tlio
Brooklyn
Army orricciw express gicat surprlso
and iistonlslimcut at Mrs Garfields action
In writing President Arthur requesting
that ho appoint Col Itockwell
It would bo nn outrage said
ono lor tlio rrcsldciit to pass right o vcr
forty other olllccrs who rank Col Itockwoll
nnd tiro Ills peers in ovcry respect
Till repairs and improvements to the
White Houso nro well under way An ad
ditional ofllco room has been mado by plac
ing n glass partition in tho cast hall on tho
second floor Tho room at tho head of tho
stairs formerly occupied by Col Crook and
Mr Morton Is to lio transformed into a
wailing room for tho benefit of tho public
Cruise oi Titi loiains Lieut Berry
commanding tho Itodgcrs leports to tho
department by mail fiom St Lawrcnco
Bay under dato of August 10 wheio tho
vessel had ni rived tho day before from St
Michaels and whence It sailed for Herald
Island tho Minn afternoon Lieut Berry
stntcs that they havo coal enough to steam
ono hundred iayn full power and leave
enough for heating purposes this winter
with a good outfit of Arctlo clothing mid
flvo email bullocks which will penult tlio
issue of fresh meat forty times during tho
winter without any game
Mr James Lawriisson tho veteran
clerk of tho Post olllco Department has io
entered tho matilmoulal state Mr Tau
rensons first wife was a Miss Smiley of
Baltimore bis present is n sister of his
former wife Mr Lawrenson is ono of tho
few surviving heiocs of Noith Point In tbo
war with Orcat Britain in 1812 Ho has in
Ills olllcial position sworn iutoolllco soven
tecn Postinastcr Ucucrals and is to day ono
of tho most active and clllelcnt olllclals In
public life His fellow clerks aro preparing
to tender him nnd his bride a handsome
present as a token nnd testimonial of their
affection nnd friendship fur him
Ciujihi op the Alliance Commander
Wadlctgh commanding tho Alliance has
sent a loug teport to tho Navy Depaitincnt
under dato of Haninierfcst Norway
III In which ho reports leaving
Hninmerfcst July S9 arriving at Spitsber
gen ciuislng along tlio coast and ico pack
observations made c and his return to
Hammcrfest Ho states that ho will leave
tliatport on tho 10th of September forSpitz
bcigcu to critiso until tho in obedience
to tlio orders nf tho Department and shall
then mil for Now York by wny of Iceland
and Halifax Tho health of olllccrs and
eicw Is good
Kirst Assistant Postmastir C1inirai
Tvnkr was at his desk at intervals for a
short tlmo to day A teprcsontatlvo of Tin
Critic called upon lilm General Tyncr
was very busy and evidently had much out
sldo matter to attend to Ho left tbo De
partment sovernl times nml lcturned but fot
brief periods Ho said in response to tho In
quiry us to whether the many published
rumors that there was a standing personal
iiuierenco between mm ami Postmaster
General James I dont wish to speak at
all on any subject connected with myself or
tho Department nt present I havo nothing
to say Whntcvor I will sty will bo mado
publiu at tho ptoper time and myslito
incnt will bo furnished to tho general picss
simultaneously not Individually to any
journal
Coi Dudii has in tho short tlmo ho
has had charge of tho Pension Bureau
righted many wrongs tho chief ono being
a tellcof his picdccessor Mr Bentlcy who
was in tho habit of sending his pets all over
thu country under the guise of special
agents for tho purposo of ridding tho pen
sion rolls of fraudulent pensioners Tiicso
agents under Bcutleyu Instructions never
gavo tho accused nn opportunity of being
licnrd cither In person or by attorney Tho
first Intimation that tho ox soldicr had of
the action of tho Department would bo a
failure to got his pension money hut In
stead n notice that ho had been dionned
fiom tho rolls nnd It Is said n majority of
tnoo tuns mopped were Democrats Col
Dudley has rescinded this inodo of proved
me and now ovcry person interested cm
bo heard in poison or by attorney
Individuals may wear font tlmo tho gloiy
of our institutions but thoy carry it not to
thogravo with them Llko raindrops fiom
heaven they may pass through tho eliclo
of tho shining bow nnd add to its lusticlmt
when they havo sunk in tlio earth again
tho piouil inch still spans tho sky and
shines gloriously on Jmiien 1 lm
JleM
Knor In Itself is nlwnys invisible Its
liatuio is tho absence of light Jucobl
JA
n mmimraxtaumrivmTikilfJgltnWTmKi THIfftf fl
WASHINGTON D C MONDAY OCTOBER 2d 1881
m
IV 1
A3 SECnnTAHY OF THE TREASURY
Ulint ttns llono on the Hill To ilny
A Keinocrnllc Kllou Xotlllnu
Tht Nennlo PrdccolliiR tlilpr
Clirh Hrlmlicr in Acl nn Hevrvtnry
Notes nml CoiiiiiiciiIn
Liko nil Mondays it wns rather dull at
llio Capitol this morning Senators wero
lato putting in nn nppcamucc so much so
that tlio Democratic caucus called for D
oclock did not get to work until eleven
After being In session for nn hour tho door
was opened nnd another statesman wns
tackled by The Critic man nnd nsked If
tho caucus had dono anything that colild
bo Imparted to about 15000 readers of Tin
Critic nis nftcrnoon
No sir not n tiling wns tlio answer
Isthoro nny probability of an attempt
being mado to day by the Democrats to
electa Secretary
No sir I think not
Will tho Scnnlo do anything to day V
I dont know1
Well Senator can you tell mo whether
or not the Scnato will go Into Executive
session
11 1 cannot
Will the Scnato meet to day at tlio usual
hour 12 oclock m
Dont know presume It will how
over
Well Senator do you know that Judge
Divld Davis a Senator from Illinois Is
President pro tern of thuScnato
Well I rather think I do
After dispossessing himself of this won
derful stoic ot valiiablo Information Till
Critic reporter permitted him to pass on
From another Senator who was In the cau
cus It was learned that tho probabilities were
that the contest for Secretary would go by
default and If any move was made in tho
direction of n Secretary nt nil there would
bo n lcsolittlou offered to uuthorUo tho
Chief Clerk to act
Myxtcrloiis Whispering
Desplto tbo fact that certain Democratic
Senators denied that they bad transacted
nny business at thclrcaucus this morning it
wns noticeable that they knocked their
heads together nnd did u deal of mysterious
whispering on their sldo of tho Chamber
Just before tbo Scnato was called to order
There wasn peculiar expression on tho fico
of Senator Pendleton which suggested that
ho would havo something to say shortly
though perhaps it was possiblo that ho
was pleased from somo other causo
Tho Ileport of tlio Treasury liuesll
Rnlluir Coiiiinltleo
in response to tho Sherman resolution was
lying on tho Presidents dcskaild lifter tho
journal was read was opened by tho clerk
nnd tho ndcompanylng letter from tho Sec
retary of tho Treasury was read
Whllo tlio clerk was reading tho docu
ment Major Pruden appeared with tbo
anxiously anticipated wblto envelope con
taining nominations under ills arm Tho
clerk suspended reading and nil tho Senators
leaned forward cageily and when apt
Bassett passed down tho aislo with the
packet for Judge Divls Senator Allison
caught him br tho arm nml said Here
glvo It to me apt Bnssett shook his
head nnd proceeded to deliver his charge in
tlio proper way A knot of Senators sur
rounded tlio Ilcsident s dcsK anil w lien tlio
envelope was opened they were surprised
to una only ono nomination mat was
llviJovcriior I II Mornii ol
York lo In- Seeietilry H lllt Trcils
ttrji
Tho gentleman so ono of tho New Yoik
Senators Informed Judge Davis loud enough
to bo heard in tho galleries had telegraphed
to President Arthur this morning announc
ing that he would accept tho portfolio
Some of tho Senntors appeared a littlo puz
zled that tho name of ex Senator Howe to
bo Attorney General had not been sent in
but they recognized tbo right of tho Presi
dent tn tako his tlmo in iditstnlctlng his
Cabinet and ihey said nothing mnro about
it
After tlio leading of tho letter Senator
Edmunds from tho Judiciary Committee
leported back tho resolution with veferenco
to tho mode of disbursements on account of
tbo Senate in consequence of tho death of
Secretary Bureh lto said tho present ar
rangement was at least doubtful Tho
coinmlttco had agreed to recommend that
tho Chief Clerk should perform tho duties
of Secretary for tbo tlmo being This was
agiced to nml tho Scnato then at 1215
oclock went Into Ixccittlvo session
Moriraii onllrnlell
Tho Senate iltlpnl con finned tho nom
ination of Mr Morgan
Tho History ol Mortons Selection
From tho most rclInulolnsidosomccsTin
Critic learns tho true history of Gov Mor
gans selection for tho head ot thoTreasury
Dcpaitmcut
Upon Mr Conkllngs posltlvo lcfusal to
accept tho Secretaryship tho President ten
dered tho position to Mr Morgan Ho
nrouiptlyfollowcd MrCoitkllng in declining
Ho urged ns n reason that his private
interests were such as to niako his ap
pointment contrary to law as il Wits
n tho caso of A T Stmvart All
this happened before tho President went
to lorKlown ins liiicuiiou being tn liuulc
tho subject over nnd reach somo decision
beforo ho got back Bcforo returning ho
had about mado up his mind to promote
Treasurer Gllllllau to tlio post of honor In
recognition of his merits and Integrity ns a
publlcVilUccr and fiuaticicrwlth tho under
standing that he should lcslgu on tho 1st of
tho following January leaving tho Presi
dent lclstuo lu tho meantime to work Mr
Colliding up to accepting tho plnco Mr
lllfillan lu caso this iitrangoiucut wero
carried out would then retire gracefully
with the prestigo of an ex Secretary of tho
Treasury and cutor tho banking business in
Now York which ho has long wished to do
nnd whero several oilers await him
Tho President howover on his return
fiom thu Centennial received much to his
surprise n eomiiiiiiitcatlon from Gov
Morgan containing n request to allow him
Morgan to reconsider his piovlous de
clination of tho Cabinet place This at
onco changed nil tho figures on tho chess
board nml mado pi out of the nbovo out
lined plan Tho pressure brought to bear
on Mr Morgau lu Now York financial cir
cles was so heavy that ho felt compelled to
abandon his private business ami qualify
lilmsolf under tho law for accepting tho post
whicji ho had first declined nnd under tho
CllCtllllSlitUCCS 110 llCSltlCU couiii noc
gracefully intcrposo nny objections Tor tho
past tbrco days tho President has been in
constant communication with Gov Morgan
over tho wlies with tho result nhendy an
nounced
Mi OsMcis llciiiotnl
An olllclal fiom thu Government Piiut
iug Ollicc who visited tho Scnato to day
stated that much feeling oxlslcd In Hint
establishment over tho summary dismissal
of Mr Oyster foreman of tho Clnifrcsoin
ueeonl simply to gratify tlio spito oi too
venerable old Dcfrecs lie added Hint
Oysters friends proKiscd to lay tho matter
bcforo tbo Pennsylvania delegation lu Con
gress nnd oven If they would bo a littlo
into lu nptliiliigsallsuictlnn It wotiincoino
in duo time nnd old J D I would leap
the rewntd of his contemptible action ten
fold Tbo olllclal ndded thut Oyster mado
no secret of his candidacy for securing
Deirecs position iielloving ol eourso mat
tho old hulk would havo to go under tbo
new Administration
Tlio Capitol J rounds
Two Senators standing on tho west ter
race of tho Capitol to day looking down
upon tho terrace sloping lawns nnd unfin
ished wnlks engaged in tho following littlo
conversation
First S When are theso muchly resur
rected grounds to bo completed I won
der
Seconds Glvo It up I suppose though
sometime after that Washington Monu
ment up yonder Is completed
Firsts When will that bo
Second S I dont know Senator but wo
must not look too closely at these littlo mat
ters Tho longer tho work on theso grounds
last tho mora employment thero will bo
for troulitcsouio constituents dont you
SCO
Firsts with it kiidiyliig wink Oh
yes I see
Then they both laughed and climbed tho
stairs leading to thu Senate Chamber
XolCM
Supremo Court busy to day
Gov Foster of Ohio visited tho Senalo
to day
Tho Ohio men appeared lu flocks to day
at tho Capitol
Congressman Tom oting leaves for Ohio
to night
Many Senators hello vo that tho extra ses
sion will conclude this week
And now the quid tunics say that David
Divls Is tho dark horso for n Cabinet posi
tion
Secretary Illaino has submitted to Presi
dent Arthur a 16ng list of nominees for con
siilur appointments abroad
Most of tho Democratic Senators occupy
cane scat chairs in tho Scnato while tho
Itcpiibllcans cling to tlio old leather backs
Southern Senators say that tho selection
of Gen Longstrcct for n Cabinet position
will work wonders for President Arthur In
their States
Senator Cameron of Wisconsin chair
man of tho Committee on Claims will prob
ably appoint Mr Joseph Cover clerk of bis
committee vico Frank M lastman nomi
nated for United States district attorney for
Montana
Thcro Is a rumor to day to tho effect that
ox Gov Boutwell of Massachusetts will bo
nominated for Judge of the Supremo Court
to All tho vacancy caused by tho death of
Judgo Clifford
A Itcpubllcan said this morning that no
ono need bo surprised If tho iiiiino of U S
Grant should ho scut to the Senate for n
Cabinet position
Mr Plnchbaek of Louisiana was floating
round to day Pinch is always on baud
when there is any chauco for an ollicc
A Itcpubllcan SciiatorsaldtoTiinCKlTic
in answer to tho question ns to who in his
opinion would succeed Mr Ithitne that ho
thought Frellnghtiyscn Willtbonppolnt
ment bo mado bcforo tbo Scnato adjourns
In my opinion It will
Whllo It Is true that there was but ono
nomination sent In to d ty It Is equally truo
that tho utiuio of Bio ltamsdcll was not the
person sent In It is understood however
that his will bo in a day or two into tbo
The Market Keillors
Another meeting of the Centra Market
dealers was held tins morning Mr John u
Kelly lu tlio clinlr Mr Win 1 Hunt sec
retary Mr T D Dtlly from thd Com
mittee on securing a sito for tho building of
another market stated that already
32000 had been subscribed by tho
dealers and his committee would havo no
troublo whatever In getting all tho money
desired
Mr Dally said bo would guaraiitco that
If It was found necessary to build a new
market ono would bo erected that
would bo n credit to tho Dis
trict and 11 Pcnclll Id the dealers
lio wanted every man to como to tho
front and tako some stock nt Onto This
stntcment wns greeted with loiid nnplausc
Tho committee appointed at tho last
meeting to wait on tlio District lommi
sloners with referenco to their troubles re
ported lliilt il hearing wrjtlld bo granted
them at oclock to muiiow
Mi Kelly of tho committee said
that Mr George M Oyster who
waited on tho Cinunlislonen lats
Friday nlado a magnificent fight lu de
fense of tho dealers ttiRl lie vlropdscd that
Mr Oyster uo suit for and rcqilctcd iU
glvo his views on tho subject A committee
was then appointed to wait on Mr Oyster
but somo returned and stated that that
gentleman was too much engrossed lu busi
ness nt tho tlmo but would bo present at n
future meeting nnd glvo his views
Mr Hoover offered a resolution that u
coinmlttco bo appointed to draw up resolu
tions which shall set forth tho truo issues
between tbo Market Company and tho
dealers which resolutions shall he reported
to tho next meeting nnd published
for tho benefit of tin pillJlld Mr
Hoover stated that ho did nut
think tho pilbllc wCro thoroughly conver
sant with nil thu facts In comlcctidu with
their light Willi the Market Company
Tho Chair then appointed Messrs Hoover
Kcngla VitrnOll Dtlly Gcorgo M Oyster
Henry Miller and Theodorb Barnes Tho
meeting then adjourned td meet again at
7 oclock to morrow night itt Sheas Hall
Tin Piti SIDKNT to day designated As
sistant Secretary French to bo acting Secre
tary of tlio Treasury until such time as the
newly appointed Sccrctnry finds it con
venient to take charge Secretary
Wlndom was nt tho Department
to day closing up tho affairs
of his administration Hu considers that
his term of ollico expired Saliuday after
noon and consequently will do nothing
more of mi olllclal character Ho will
probably remain in tho city until tho reg
ular session of Congress
Mrs Garfield has rcoucstcd that fivo of
the flags which decorated tho Insido of tho
pavilion wherein her dead husband lay nt
Cleveland should bo given tn her children
Of tho remaining three ono Is to bo given
to tho elder and another to tho younger
Mrs Gurllcld Tho duis and the casket
which first held tho Presidents body nro to
bo carefully picsencd by tho Western Be
servo Historical Society
From tho genius of our Government
tho pathway to honorable distinction lies
open to all No post of honor go high hut
tho poorest boy may hopo to reach it It Is
tlio nrido of every American that many
cherished names at whoso mention our
hcaits beat with a quicker bound wero
wot n by llio sons of povcily who con
quered obscurity and became fixed stats In
our firmament JiimfJ 1 larfitM
iyw
The Evening Critic
fnijUtW
mm Frlitimi
NyUvUllVl JLlVlJLllVlli
400 p nvr
The Lsunl Missouri Mimler
Sr JosrPH Mo Oct 21 Jamas B Fin
ney n wealthy farmer whllo sitting toying
with n sick Infant lu his wifes lap ut tho
supper table lu his own house fifteen miles
from town was shot nml instantly Killed iiy
somo unknown enemy who fired from the
outsldo Ilhioiigh tho dlnlng ioom window
Eleven ol tlio iirgo hucksiioi nscu
entered Finneys head from behind
tho twelfth no nir thlouili his wifes
shoulder nnd producing n dangerous wound
ilotn lull hi mo Moor aim nio nauys uenn
was so Injured by tho fall as to tnnko it a
lunatic sliotild it live
Tlio Xpw Version rusliliilv IClltl
clzeil
London Oct SI Tlio Qnmtuli llrricic
crushlm ly criticizes tho new version of the
New Testament charging that It is full of
gross errors nun unit ninny emanations nro
purely conjectural It Is evidently written
by nn eminent scholar whoso verdict is
that tbo old version Is tho most accurate
John Hull in n looil Humor
London Oct 21 Tho Yorklown cele
bration Is much talked of nnd alluded to in
n very friendly way Nothing lu many
years so much gratified tho Lngllsh peoplo
as Arthurs speech and tho salute to tho
British Hags it isaunost luipossinio to ex
nggerato tho feeling on tho subject
Tlio Criterion Millies
London Oct 21 Iii race for the Cri
terlon stakes dlstiincoslx furlongs for two
year olds was run at Now Market to day
Bruco won with Nclliu second and St J
Mnrguciito third
Tho llvlile Slaltes
London Oct 21 In tho raco for the
Flying stakes run at Newmarket to day
Light Wing won with Caudaliar second
and Slmncl third
Current Humors In Mall Street
Speilal Dispatch to Till EVHSIil ClUTIO
Nnw York Oct 21 Tho most of the
representatives of tho larger stock con
cerns in tho street wero generally talking
bullish on tho market yesterday and u
stronger upwind movement was predicted
to day it was claimed mat tlio largely
increased short interest of Itself would
tend to produro considerable improve
ment
Many brokers say that ntiinciotis stocks
In couscqucnco of thlsuro very Irregularly
delivered and they find it hard to get their
securities in It was claimed that somo of
tho largo local operators had grown weary
of unsuccessful operations on tbo short sldo
and they wero also looking for a consider
nblo rally thlsweck
Tho Lackawanna bulls predict prices in
tbo thirties this week nnd declare tho lat
ter Is the largest priced 7 per cent stock on
the list
Tho old Jersey Central bull pool headed
by tho Kcmls people recommenced opera
tions on Satuiday and bought 8000 shares
Gould holds a largo amount of Jerscj
Tho Pacific Mull pool is wild to bo very
strong and n good ndvsiw is promised by
tbo insiders But at present the Park
Mills pcoplo nro supplying tho stock very
liberally Ninety was bid for Metiopolltan
Flovnted on Snturdny night Tho largo
foreign bankers say that our favorablo bank
statement of last week is certain to ha re
flected InLoudoiithlsiiioriilng byn mlikcd
improvement lu American securities be
causa gicat importance is just now attached
to tho condition of tho New York money
market Mr Kccno tells his friends ho Is a
bull for tho remaludcrof tho year
An officer of ono of tho elovaled loads
says tho pool in Man
hattan have secured a hundred thousand
shares out of tho entire hundred and thirty
thousand Capitol find Kueeland control
tlio balance
Sago nays Satrtidays cotifeieuCo settled
every point of importance beforo adjourn
ment but it is understood from other
sources that tho Metiopolltan pcoplo mo
not entirely satisfied with the proposed ar
rangement nnd It may not bo ratified by
the stock holders who nro not willing to
yield clnlms against tho New York Com
pany for commissions e Whllo tho
directors of tho various companies aro gen
erally 111 fnvor of retaining the prlco
of lov fiircs S ulfcclos of tho Met
ropolitan Company saitl Jtslcrdny that
they might dccldo to put them up to ten
cents until they had earned enough to pay
oil tho city taxes but they would not bo
permanently advanced Mr Gould said
that all suits would now bo withdrawn and
old Claims canceled
Tho Windsor Hotel bear party talk wns
very bearish on tho situation yesterday and
tho quartet
has been reinfoiced by D O Mills Tho
Hears claim that both Vandeiblltand Gould
nro ench selling the market whllo bonow
Ing stocks for deliveries nnd tlcy predict n
Licatdecllnons soon as they nro unhMdcd
They further say that whllo call loans aro
cheap ami picniiiui money is in iiciuauu at
I percent on thlity days tlmo loans
whllo sixty days commands d premium of a
nunrtcr ner cent
This party also urges that tlio dlllcicuces
between tho Trunic line managers sue con
stantly multiplying nnd thero Is no pos
sibility of harmony again this year and a
cut on local passenger fares between tho
Lrio New York Central lu this State is
likely this week owing to tho row between
Jewcttniid Ynndcibllt In Ohio last week
nnd Chicigd advices nlso report tho West
ern Titiuk Lino AssoClStlUn Hi tioublo over
a division or tho freight business and tho
Grand Trunk began n ficsh contest with
llio Michigan Central to day lu local fines
Tho Chicago Ti Ibuue to day says that tho
West freight tariff Just adopted by tho
rallronl and warehouse commissioners of
Illinois Is highly unsatisfactory to nil tlio
railroads running onto Chicago and tho
managers say that If they are compelled to
adopt tho proposed rates thoy cannot pay
running expenses Tho Itock Island
Chicago Burlington Qulncy St Paul
Northwest and tho Wabash havo decided to
light the law to tho Supremo Court and
will meet to mouow to oigauUo for liti
gation
V Well Insured VcfOo
Henry Stewart a ncgio aged about SO
years who nt ono tlmo wns insured for
S12 00n died Satuiday night In Harris
burg Vn Last summer Stcwiut caino near
dying and tlio symptoms of his dlsenso
stiongly Indicated poisoning His Illness
was duo to drinking whisky adulterated
with strychnine Several of tbe persons
who held policiesou his life uiosiid to havo
clvcu linuor vendors oiders to glvo him nil
tho whisky ho wanted and charge tho
amount tn them This Is about nil ho re
ceived for allow lug himself to bo Insured
Thu relatives of tho old man will tako steps
to enjoin tho companies in which ho has
been insured fiom paying to tlio men who
liolil policies on ins inc
Tinoccutlviieoiiiniltlcoof tlio Womans
CliiUtlau Temperance 1iilon will meet at
Masonic Hall to monoiY
dtrsa5Bsr
TWO CENTS
PERSONAL
Pin It T Van Hurni M C leaves for
Ills homo nt Kansas City Mo to night
Tin VDNiitAiniDr J B Blako Is seri
ously ill and It Is feared ho cannot re
cover
Assistant HlXHETARV OK STATE HlTT
has gono to Lafayette hid to visit his
family
William Iirrci Mrs L S Barrett nml
Clarence Deilnger of this city wero regis
tered in Baltimoro yesterday
Gin Thomas Lwino ex incmbcr of
Congress Is confined to bis room nt tho
Ebbltt u rs I wing is Willi nun
Mr KT MrrrhK delivered n political
speech nt Llllcott City Saturday cvoning to
tlio largest audience over assembled thcic
L McCarty of tho Baltimoro Ohio
ltailroad spent Sunday In tho city Mao is
a splendid fellow and n llvo railroad man
Mr Citri WARDEN of tho National
llrimblienu a clover and cnlerprlsliigjour
nallst who has been ill for several months
Isout again
Messrs IiioH IIAIloch Itobt Ball
Thus J lalt and Win Itupji wero accepted
ns talesmen In tlio Circuit Couitto ilny to
fill vacancies
CIin Grant left this morning for Now
York Gen Bealo gwo him n dinner at
his residence last night nt which thu Presi
dent nnd a few other guests were present
Mw John W Daniel tho Democratic
candidate for tho governorship of Virginia
was at tho Metropolitan Hotel In tills city
last night looking well nnd certain of suc
cess
Dr William Doucilah of King William
Vn but nt nrcsoiit rcsidlim ill Washington
leaves to day on ti stumping tour for tho
Bcadjtistcrs Hu will speak In Alexandria
LirUT FniDiiiicK Sciiwatka tho
Arctlo explorer has been appointed on tho
staflof Brig Gcii Miles commander of tho
Department of tho Columbia with bond
quarters at Vitnconver
It is raid Jay Gould was hero Satuiday
for tho purposo of securing the appoint
ment if posslblo to do so of a man for Su
premo Judge to fill tho vacancy caused by
tho death of Judge Clifford It Is under
stood that ho and Stanley Matthews both
favor tho same man
Capt O DAuhtin editor and proprietor
of tho Bites County Mo Ueeonl Is In tho
city O D has just been appointed postmas
ter ofBtitlcrthc county sent of Dates County
and isn uephowof Senator Conger for whom
ho Is named Ho publishes a llvo paper
nnd will make a good postmaster
FIHAHCIAL
To dnyH Stock Quotations
Tho following observations of tlio trans
actions In tlio financial market to day to
gether with opening and closing quotations
nro furnished by tho banking houso of II
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Wnslilmtloii Correspondence New York Herald
Mr D W Oyster foreman of tho Congrea
lional llteord for tho past foitr years was
yesterday removed by Public Printer Do
frees Mr Oyster lias had twelve years
practical experience lu tho different
branches of tlio Government Printing
Ollicc nnd thoso who nro lu n position to
know say ills management of tho llnonl
a3 been very satisfactory to members uf
Congress Ho is it veteran of tho war hav
ing served In tho Seventh Pennsylvania
Cavalry Is president of tho Itoscoo Conk
ling Club of Boys In Bluo nnd nlso of tho
Pennsylvania Bcpiibllctii Association It Is
understood that Mr Dcfrecs will bo re
moved in it fuw days and with this kuowl
rdgoof his fate ho l now exercising his
nuthoiity over subordinates who do not
heliovoiis hodoc3 legaidlug tbo Adminis
tration
A Ntuilglil Ausuer WnuUil
Delrult ireo Press
Ono of tho Last bound trains coining into
Dctiolt tho other day was heavily loaded
and a passenger who got on nt psllnnti
walked through two enrs and finally Halted
nt n seat occupied by n siunll man and a
grali mig ami Inquired
Is this seat occupied
Of course this seat Is occupied was tho
reply
Aro both halves of tills scat occupied
was tho noxt query
Of causo both halves aro occupied
Well my friend said tho now arrival
as ho let gooi tuosaicuci i wwu iu uuum
vou with ono more query Had you lather
1 would toss that grab bag out of tho win
dow and sit down w ith you or chuck you
out nnd lido into Detroit with tho
bag
Tho grab bag man gotintid at that and
wouldnt ildo uny where else except on the
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