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MBHMBpIPMHlMMpi- I , . CD The Evening Cmtio. WASHINGTON. D. a THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. 35 CENTS A MONTH 15TH YEAR KO. 4,272. TAYLOR & EOTT Y, 933 Ponna. Avo. Common Sense Dresses, THE POPULAR Tailor-lade Suits. Regulation Drossoo for tho Promo naclo and Shopping Excursions. Elegant Styles, Handsome Goods, Perfect Fits. JUST THE THING roil THE FALL DAYS. Pine Cloaks and "Wraps, comprising all op the Most Desirable Novelties OHILDBEN'S SUITS AND SEASONABLE WltAPM OP THE BEST MATERIALS. Our lino Dress Shirts to Order a Specialty TAYLOR & HUFTY, 023 TENNA. AVENUE. ftUTIAFS, 912 Seventh St. Northwest, A Rare Chanco for tho Ladles ot Washington lu ComprlslngSllfc-Qiilltod nnd Fur-Lined In all Uualltlcs and stylos. nticns HANaiNQ from jis to S73, And also a Full Lino of CLOTH WRAPS For Ladies, Misses and Children, In Tricon and Styles to Defy Competition. Also, Great Bargains in Silk Plushes IN ALL NEW SHADES AND QUALITIES. GUTMAN'S, 012 Sovonth St. Northwest. CARPETS, Parlor Furniture, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, Julius Lanstorgli, THE POPULAR Low-Priced Purnislier, 315 Seventh Street. Wo will offer tho following Specialties: V,400 Pairs Eoru Laco Curtains, $2.00 por pair. 1,200 Pairs Antique Laco Curtains $4.50 por pair. 4,800 yards Madras Laoo Curtain, (has tbo effect ot stalnod glass), Prlco 25o. por yard. 2,700 Largo Smyrna Pugs, S3.00, Half Price. 4,300 Smyrna Mats, SI.OO oaoh. BO Parlor Suits, $50 oaoh. 65 Parlor Suits from $00 to $200 CARPETS, CARPETS, AT ANY MUCE AT THE Popular Low-Priced House OP Julius Lansljurgli, 315 Sovonth St. ELK CIGAR STORE, H. H. SMITH, 1001 Pennsylvania Ave. Dealer In Fine Cigars, Tobacco, Bnull, rines, etc. All the Topular llrandsof Clfiars and Tobacco ulnats on hand. oclt 33. C. GULXi. 710 K BTHEET NOIITIIWEST, Dealer In PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, BRUSHES, AND TAINTEItS' ARTIOLEa. rirst'Clasa Material at Irfiweat Prloes- le3 "WATER PltOM TUB CULl'.ItltAlEI) UUALINQ BL'llINaS, HATH COUNTY, VA. R. B. FERGUSON, SECOND AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE. B. E., AQKNTIOK D. O. ROBERT H. GRAHAM, CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER, ItencJiltory and Factary, WA81IlNaT0N. 410.110 hiiiBt. n.w. n. u. gnDR. n. D. MUNOABTBn, ' Dentist, (formerly with Trot. Uodgkln), liu moved his onlce to KJ V ot, n. w. spin CLOAKS&DOLMIS Steepening of lings Palaee, 814 SEVENTH STREET. The largest Mail Millinery House in the United States. Extending from 7lh lo 8!li sis., 200 feci Deep, Covering 8,000 feet of Ground. GRAND OPENING OP French Pattern Hats and Bonnets AND ALL THE NOVELTIES IN THE MILLINERY LINE. Spoclal consignments from Paris and London In Millinery and Fancy Goods, Clonks, Dros3 Trimmings, Lnoo Ooods and Kid Glovos. An Elegant, Fine, and Expensive Souvenir to Every Purchaser. All aro Invltod to Our Grand Oponlng-tho Most Wonderful Display that Skill and Art can Produco. ZEaZZDsTGPS PALACE, 814 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS! Laco Curtains, Fostieres, Raw Silks, Silk Tapestrioa and Dra porioa in Endless Variety. Pricos Low as tho Lowost. Now Goods Dally. CALL EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH. SINGLETON & HOBKB, 801 Markot Spaco, and 305 Eighth Stroot. KEEP'S 437 So7onth St. Northwest. SPECIALTIES IN FTTBMSHnfG GOODS Keep's Shirts, WINTER UNDERWEAR, CASHMERE HALF-HOSE, Keep's Fine Neckwear, Kids, Oa ohmor o & Oastor Glovos Sillc, Resina anfl GinEliam Uinlirellas, TRENCH AND ENGLISH Novelties ia Neclcwear, Jewelry, &c. ZTBAVELING BAGS, SATO-ELS, &o. an inspection invited. OLIVER P. BUKDETTE 437 Seventh Stroet, Sole AEent for the pistrlct or Golmnlda. BE PEEPARED TOR THE Cool, Damn Weather! TO. HAHN, 816 Sovonth Stroot. 1922 Pennsylvania Avo., (SIGN : RED SLIPPER.) The Leaflino: House in tlie District for Reliable Boots and Shoes, Offers for this Wook Only tho Following Special Bargains: ISO rnlis Liullcs' Kill llutton Hoots, 00c. 300 IVorkoil llolo llutton Hoots, si.no. 100 I'nlrs Ladles' Vlnest float Itiittmi Hoots, lovr mitt high lieol, our uvvu iniilio, .S0, vvortli S3. 0(1. ICO I'nlrs Children's Hoclod, Lucoil Shoes, '5c. SOU I'nlrs UIillilreu'H IIcolcil llutton Hlioes, Solid, 700. SSS I'nlrs Ocut's Solid Oitltors mill Wnlli Inp; Shoes, 1'olntoil ir ltruatl Too, lteiluccil from 11.00 to tgl.SO. 000 l'alra Oont'a Ollvo Or con, Nnvy or Cailot llluo Cloth Toil Onltors, I. need nml llutton, 81.75 to 83. 100 I'nlrs Cleut'a All Lcatlicr Hoots, S1.70. Speclul llurgnlns intlciit'a Vlun Ilaml sevvoil Hoots mid BhoeH, LnillesVliioIImul sowed Dress mill IValklng Shoos. Spoclal Hargnlns lu ovcry Department of our Entire Immense Fall Stock. i.3vno-vA.1. Having removed my Trunk and Harness Factory to 1K3 Seventh Street, next to Odd-rcllows' Hall, I shall keep on hand tho largest BtOC- of THUNKH, TltAVELINQ DAGS, rOOKETBOOUS, IIAIlNnSS, BAWDLIiS, IIOHUS AND 1I0I19K IlLANKirrS aud a full lino of Travelers and Horse Ooods, Repairing ot Trunks and Harness by competent n orkme'n. . :tssi, 135 HEVENT1I STUCEr NOItTIIWCHT. Uranch Store, Wl I' street, opposite Masonlo Timple. Leaky Roofs and Damp Walls Cured BY USINO IRON-CLAD PAINT. A lasting lmlnt for Wood, Brick and Metal. All vvorlc warranted for llvo yiars. OrdOM leltator addressed to my olllco III recelv e prompt atten tion, WM. V. HOLTON, Prop. onice and Factory at 7110 BI.N.W. .Tnn NATIONAL BAVU DBPOBIT OO. Sm can. 131H ttl AND N. Y. AVi!. l'erpetual Charter, Act ol Cougreu, January 21, 16C7. CaplUl fMlfiil. lylT BARGAINS AT BAvm ico dor. Ladies' Hand-Embroidered'In-Itlal Handkerchiefs, all linen, only 15 cents, at BAUM'S. ,50 doz. Boys' Silk Handkerchiefs, Polka Cot and Plain, only lo cents, at BAUM'S. One Lot of Fine Embroidered and Fancy Borderedllandkerchiefs.some worth as high as 50 cents, only 20 cents, at . BAUM'S. One Lot of Gent's Handkerchiefs, Fancy Borders, only 18 cents, at BAUM'S. One Lot of Gent's Hemstitched and Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs,only 25 cent3, at BAUM'S. One Lot of Ladles' All-linen Hemstitch ed Handkerchiefs, only 10 cents, at BAUM'S. One Lot of Handsome Sash Ribbons of late Importation, worth $z a yard, only 88 cents, at 416 Seventh Stroot. FLOWERS AOltAND BOTANICAL DI1PI.AY OP DI3 l'LAY or AltTH'ICIAL Leaf Plants, Tropical Plants, Window Boxes, HANGING BASKETS, AND ALL KINDS Or VINIX T0U PIOTUIIB AND HOUSK DKCOItAlIONS. Wo have also Imported a handjomo lino ot Corsago Bouquets & Bridal Flowers Also, llamlsonio BONNET FLOWERS. OUIl GOODS A11E SOLD AT NEW YOItlC PltlCKH, PAEISIAN FLOWER CO., IllO F Stroot Northwost. MISS ANNIE K. HUMPHERY, 130 TENTH bTltEKTKOUTHWnsr, Ifna a coed Ono Dollar Cor set, her own muke.nnU inac3 in orarr -orscis in any miner mi at ruttiun r.1.'l,..r.1r.t'a'.!vlf!1 ?' I'uprQVfmenta. mtt 33-VA.3l3D PICK:, FACKKR Or THE CELEBIIATED "BEST" BRAND OYSTER. Hotels, Ilestaurauts, Boardlns houses and fam ilies supplied. STORES, Nos. 2, 3 and 5 Centra Market. CHOICE BAB.IIEL OYSTEItS A SPECIALTY, TELKI'IIONB CONNECTION;. MME. S. J. MESSER, J3BSSMKIN-0. Bulls, Evening Drosses andBrldal Trons.eauj. B. T. Tnvlor'a system or Cutting used, and for snlo at IJtU'lt. OCJt-llU To all who deslro perfect Iloalth, or thorocovery from nnydlsoasot no mattorwhat.Tho HEALTH llELl'EIl H. H Dos 101, Buffalo, N. Y. OI'ENINQ OF Ladles' Furs, Sacques and Dolmans In Sealskin, Fur and Hatln lined. Ilhadamos and llrocade Uarments, Fur trimming by tho yard. STE1NMETZ & SON, ocioo 1337 TA. AVE. not to Cor, nth Bt. ARTII'ICIAL STONE Forallrurposes, such as Sidewalks, Collars, Cis terns, lloruo Blocks, Building Stoao or all dimensions- ' J. W. MoKNIQHT, voplS CU and 013 15 st, 11. w, PAINTS AT R.-risr.-'s, 118 SEVENTH STHEET NORTHWEST, SH1RTSI SHIRTS I SHIRTS I A flood Shirt for Mo. A Dm nil Bhlrt tor csc.l finished, rso, AWamsutta Shirt for 75ct finished, 00c. A l'lalted Bosom Shirt for svet Unlshed, 11. SnlrU to order a specialty. Satisfaction guaran teed, at B. 11. KLLEKY 4 CO.'B, M No. liny strRfft northwt. TTVIIlin 11KI.T.H. DUMB BELLS, tlia Cltr. XJ The Best In tlia Cltr For Bale by Y. SCIINUIDHA A SON, my- Fenna. avo. and lUi t LAST EDITION. THE DEPARTMENTS. Tun U. S. 8. Tnllapoua 1ms arrived at 11,0 Charleston!), Mass . Navy-Yard. The Notional banknote received for re demption today nmount to a 13,000. (lovr.UNMKNT kfckiI'Tb to-lav: Intornal rovenue, $307,0 lf.77i customs, SU2,0 10.13. Secretary CitAsni.r.n left licro last night for lila hoino In Now Hampshire, whore liu will remain until nttor tho cloctlons. Mail meeR-Nukr snnvicn wai to day established between Saltpetre, Ilototourt County, Vn., and tho nearost rallroa 1 station. llrromn to tho National Hoard of Health, tiom Peiisncola, Btatu tliat on Novombor 1 thoro wcro olovon now casoa ot yellow fovor. No ilontlio. Tim resignation of Cadet Lewis A. Springer, Third Class, U.S. Military Acndomy, hnabcen acceptod by tho Bocrotiry ot War to inko e Ccct Immediately, CArTAiN William Hadoeii, Sixth In fantry, has been rollovod trom duty In connoo tlonwilli tho recruiting sorvlcc, and ordorod to report to Colonel A. 1'. Blunt, lor duty at Iho Leavenworth Military Prison. Postmaster ADnroN, of Baltimore, who was at tho FoBtomco Department today, was Informed that 110 further steps would bo taken concerning the inaitor ot providing nd- dlilonnl nxm Icr Ills otuYo until att'r tho elections. l'nrptur.NT AiiTiiuit and momhors of tlio Cabinet have liocn Invited to tttenl a publlo it ri tit t: In t"w York Cits, between election dny m a Thanksgiving, In ntd ot tho Datthol II rintueeif Liberty fuud, but 110 official action lnsjct becntakonon tho luvllntlou. Notice was issued to day from tlio To3t- filco Department tint bids would bo rocolved tor performing temporary mall eervlco be tween lilndpvlUo and Ufungton, W. Va , until November 10, and botwoon Tomporanco and I'reeman City, and Illrorsldo and Caltou, Oil., until Nov ember 23. Tun Jcannetto Hoard of Inquiry was em ployed to-day with tho reading tor correction ot tho testimony given by Lloutenant Danen howcr. As soon ns thla work Is complotcd En gineer Molvlllo will begin his ovldonco, but thero will likely bo Utllo or nothing dono In that direction beforo Saturday, Rear Admiral Crosby, commanding tho U. B, flagship Brooklyn, has nrrlvod at Montevideo with tho vossol preparatory to tho trnnstcrot tho United btatos transit ot Vonus party to Santa Cruz, Tbo party, which wont vlallverpool, had not yot nrrlvod, but will probably reach thero In tlmo to mako Santa Cruz beforo tho transit takes place, lato In Do comber. Tnnouoil tho efforts of Washington friends a prominent New England fomalo lawyer, formerly n resident of this city, was applied to to tako tho political stump In Massa chusetts against Ocnctal Duller. Tho lady declined, nnd In a lottor to n frlond horo sho explained nor rensons, saying 1 "I'm not going to work against Undo lieu. Undo lion Is going to bo elected." Tun commission appointed to rcorgan lzo tho lloston Custom House, with a vlow ot reorganizing tho force, havo roportod to Sec retary rolger, Tho commission rocommonds a reduction in tho numbor ot perma nent onicers and closes by suggesting tbo abolishment ot tlio legal designation of tho District Now lloston and Charleston so that It will bo known as tho district of lloston. A iioaud of oQlcors, to consist of Captain James W. Fowcll, Jr., Blxth Infantry; Captain Robert M. O'llolllr, assistant aurgoon, nnd llrst Lloutenant Thomas T. Enox, First Cavalry, haaboon ordorod to nssotnblo la this city at tho call ot tho senior 0 nicer to oxamlno Into and rejiort upon tho qualifications ot such lcrsonsaomay bo brought botoro lc for ap I ointment aa suporlntondonts ot National cemeteries. TnE rostofflco Department to-day do clarod Frank E. Vail, 1227 Market stroot, lhlladelpbla, alias A. B.Arnold, 121)3 Broad way, Now York, with a number ot aliases in other largo citlcB, fraudluont, lu soiling "anldo" Jowclry. Tho postmasters ot tho sev eral cities In which tho party has operated havo been directed not to deliver Vnll any money or dues or rcgletorod letters addrcssod to htm or his aliases. Mn. William T. Otto, rcpottor of tho Supremo Court ot tho Unltod States, has risked 1 irst Comptroller Lawrcnco for an opinion on tho rollowlng questions 1 "First, Is tho appro priation mado by tho act ot August 0, 188., for salary of roportcr, clork lilro and contin gent expenses, a permanont, spocltlc appro priation! and, secondly, what Is tho proper tnodo ot disbursing ltl ' Tho decision .will scttlo n voxed quostlon. Midshipman Jos. i:. Deals has been ordered to tho Juniata nnd Assistant Engineer Oeorgo W. Snyder ordered to tho Polos, per steamer ot 23d tnst, from Ban Francisco: Lieu tenant Wm. VV. Kimball lias been detachod from duty In tho Buroau of Ordnanco. (ItU Inst., and ordorod to tho Tonncssoe, 7th Inst.; Passed Assistant Englncor Frank M. A9hton, detachod from tho Poles and ordorod to roturn homo and report arrival. In conscnuonco of his having steadily refused to gtvooutlnspoctor Pollock's report on tho Investigation ot Agent McQlllleuddy'a orralrs for publication, tho Acting Soeretity of tho Interior was very Indignant to-day on learning that It had been publlshod In tho Chicago Timet, Ho considered It an act ot disrespect toward his superiors on tho p-irt of Pollock, raoro ospectnlly becauso tlio Tuna Is looked upon as Dr. Mcailllcuddy'sorgan. ANOTHER dclogatlon of stump sneakers, nmong whom woro Rutus Dolt, 11. vV. Nowmin, 11. E. Wlddocomband II, V. Plumber, left hero thla afternoon to speak at a public moctlng nt Bowie, l'rlnco aoorgo's County, Marjlind, to night, for Uolton, tho ltopubllcau nominee for Congress from tho l'ltth District. Theso eamo gentlemen vrlll address n llolton mooting at lorrestvlllo to-morrow night. "Wo havens good as clectod llolton," said Mr. Wlddocomb to-uay, "aim 11 tuo uoraocratto strikers uo not buy up otir colored votos too fast, wo will oloct Crano to tho Judgeship." Tun Treasury Department liu informt tlon that tho caoo ot tho Government vs. tho hashvtlle, Chattanooga i, St. Louis lltllroid has been contlnuod, this tlmo on a claim by defensnthnt an offer ot compromtso Is pend ing. Tho claim grows out ot tho purchase by tho Go eminent beforo tho warotcouponsot tho company, tho purchaso being madons an tn cstmout ot Indian trust funds. During tho war tho aovornment took possession ot tbo road aud tho company failed to pay t'ao cou pons. Tho Treasury onlclals say tho state ment that thero Is a ponding compromise, upon which tho casowas continued, Is incor rect, as thoro has boon no tanglblo proposition made. I'll to of KiiNlor rutliain. Tho following roport has been submitted to tho Secretary ot tho Navy by Second Lieuten ant Josoph B. Powell, containing Information In regard to tho sail tato ot Master Putnam, United BtatoB Navy 1 "After leaving Point Barrow, August 27, I visited Bt. Lawrenco Bay, and here, as well as at other places on tho Siberian coast at which tho vessel stopped, mado Inquiries rolatlro to tho Master Putnam ot tho Navy, who drifted out to sea from Bt. Lawrenco Bay on 1111 Ico-Ooo. A natlvo nnmod Baus nt this placo Informed mo that somo tlmo alter tho ltodgers party had loft on tho North Star n southwest colo brought tho lloo containing Ptttmnn's body back to tho bay, and ho (baus) saw tho body and that It was badly swollen and discolored, Beforo ho could mako any attempt to romovo It tho wind chan zai and tho Uoo drifted out again and moved to ward tbo Aicllc, "1 his remov es nil doubts as to Putnam's fata and I regret very much to hnvo to convoy tho Information received, ns I had hoped to Inyo found htm allv oat ono ot tho natlvo villages, bellovlug that In some way ho mlslit havo reached tho shoro." . CliiiiiecM in llio llcnltli Ofltce. Tho following cunngos havo been mndo In tho Health ooicoi John M. Dickson, rollovod Horn duly ns dors and nppolntod Sanitary Inspectors T. W. Parsons, rollovod Irom clerkship to sanitary Inspector; Robert M. linrr, lelloved from sanitary luspecDr and inndoclcikut n salary ot $1,200 por annum: Vtllllam J. Cooke, rcllovod ns Inspector ot food, and appointed clerk at 1,200 per nn hum; the salary ot Wm, 11. Jones, clork, was raised from fl,U0O to 1,21)0 per annum: J. McV. Mackall was relieved from duty ns Sanitary luspoctorandappolntodnu Inspector ot food. Tho changos will tako effect from lb, ltto November. SOTELDO TllAGEDY. AUGUSTUS C. SOTELDO TESTIF1E3. Hn DiiluroH tliut Il.iriiin Nlnit A. .11. Si.tvl.tii Itu Ailntlti thnl 1I mh Onco AriiHliil for Illylmny lti.li lirry Im AhIcciI M'lietlior Ho llml Hcricil In tlio lriiUrnlliiry JiiiIko ItlltCN 11 Ollt-Otllir WltllVNMCI. Tho Criminal Court, Justfco Wylto presid ing, Is (till engaged In tho trial ot Augustus C. Bolcldo, Indicted for tho murder ot his brother, A. M, Sotcldo, on tho night ot tho Dili ot Febru ary last at tho J'iljiUllkaii onlce. Tho counsol on both sides wcro present. Mr. E. D. F. Brady was offered as a witness to provo tho declarations of A. M. BotoUo ns his object In visiting tho Jleputllean onlce. Tho witness tcstinoil to moctlng him at tho Lyou House In tho nltomoon at a sale, vvhoro ho mado a number ot purchases. Tho testimony being objcclod to, It was ruled out; also that In relation to tho witness calling on Colonel Chi tety to arrango for bringing suit lu bohalf of Mr. Son ido against tho pnpor tor publish Ing iho article. h It Hnrtun'M l'lstnl? Mr. J. V. Potts tcstinod that ho was omployod on tho Ilciwbtkan for a numbor ot venrs nnd wns thero when Mr. Barton camo 011 tho paper. They occupied tlio largo room on tho second ncor of tho building with others fern tlmo. Tho desk tf Mr. Barton was on tho cast sldo ot thn room near the chlmnoy. Tho witness saw lying In tbo right-hand drawer, nearest tho chimney, on tnooccaslons, n bright pollsliod pistol. Tho drawcrwas pulled upon at tho tlmo tho pistol was scon. CroMS-csnmlncd It was about clghtoon months slnco tho witness loft tho JUpuMlcan, air. unrion nau not necuontno paper more than six weeks when tho pistol was soon lu tho drawer. It must bo two jcarsslnco tho tlmo It was seen. No questions wcro askod about it, nnd witness nttacuod no Importnuco t3lt. Tho desk was occupied by Mr. Talcott before Mr. Barton. NniilioNlllmiH littler! Out. Mr. J. B. Clements, brother-in-law ot tho do ceosid, testified that ho nrrlvod horofrom Ohio on tho Sundoy follow lug tho shooting nnd locked up tho clothing ot tho doceasod. Uo found all excepting tho ovorcoat, which Llcutcnnnt Arnold secured. Mr. Congor showed him tho room whero tho shooting took place, and thinking It Important to ascertain tho number of shots ltiod, ho oxamluod tho walls nnd found tho markot ono ball and an other mark which tho wltnoss thought had occu mauo ny a uaii Tho witness was UBkod to show on tho din- gram that If A, C, Sotcldo stood in tho placo vvhero Mr. Conger put him by his testimony thattho indentations 011 tho wall could not hnv 0 been mado by balls from tho pl3tol of tho dcfindant. Tlio coutt declined to admit tho tostimony, nnd stated that tho Jury hml tho ovldcnco as to tho phootlng, vvhtcn was tho bost ovldonco, Exrer Hon was noted ns to tho ruling, Tho wltnoss had peen iho pistols when hero before. Thnt of Mr. A. 0. Soteldo was horo calkd tho Bulldog. It was tho American, doublo action, 3J calibre. Ho had ma to an experiment with a pistol ot similar make. At ndlstancoof eight or ulno Inches this pistol will scorch Iho clothing a little; but no pow der marks woro visible. Cross-examined Ho mado no oxporlmont nt ntllstanco closer tliauulght inches. Further off It would network. Umccr Edwin Homo tcsllflod that on tho night ot tho alTiay ho was dotugduly on tho beat ot tho Ji'ciwUlcan oIUco. Ho was nt tho station with 0. prisoner whoa a boy rushed In and sold there wcro Two Men Hhot atlhoAV;m(lranomco. Koran up and found tho prlsouor In tho handset somo composi tors, who delivered him up, and ho was taken to tho station. Tho witness went back to tho Jitifublican oOlco and mado a domaud for tho pistols, but whtlo not denying they had takou them, they refused to deliver them up, and It was half un hour lator beforo thoy woro gtrou to Sergeant Johnson. Cross-examined Tho wltnoss and his part ner bolh demanded tho pistols beforo any nno cleo. bergeaut Johnson was not 011 duty Sorgonnt McUcnry was. Tho dofondant had been drinking nnd was under tho Inlluouco of liquor. Uo did not smell It 011 tho man, but hts actions made tho witness think so. Redirect Tho oxcltement of tho young man might havo come fiom what ho passed through. Mr. Frank II. Trucsdcll, managor of tho United Press Association, tcsllllod to nu nc qualntanco w 1th A. C. Soteido, nnd that ho saw thodocoaecd on tho evening both boloro and afior tho affray. Tho dofenso hero offerod to provo that tho deceased had no intention ot pursuing any violent courro, out ot taking legal stops xor rcdrces for libellous publlcattous. objection was mado aud sustalnod by tho court and exception noted. Tlmt Allccc.l Miirkcil l'apcr. Mary Mccarty totaled that alio resided at tho house of tho deceased, la February last, at Iowa Circle. Prcpatatlons were bolng mado to move, and part ot tbo furulturo had boon taken tothonewhousoon I street. A.M. So teldo tor two or thren nights had occupied tho now houso nnd tho wltennd children romalned In the old one. Tho JlepuMtean nowspapcr was received at tbo houso tcgulaily delivered by an agent. Colonel Christy 'horo offered to provo that a paper containing an artlclo reiloctlng oti Mr. A.M. Sotcldo, nnd conspicuously mar Rod, was received at his rcsldenco and thrown Into his family. Mr. Mitchell said that they would show that Mr. Hat ton had publlshod a malicious llbot and was a wrongdoor. That A. M. Sotoldo wanted to keen tlio publications away from his wlfo and family nnd wont to sco Mr. Oorlinni about It, supposing that ho controlled tho columns or 1110 paper. ;ur. uoruam roiorrou him to Mr. Barton, nnd ho went thero with a peaceablo iment, not expecting to resort to arms. His Honor decided to admit tho testimony at present. Sirs. C. tV. Notolilo, widow of A. M. Sotcldo, was callod to tho stand, and tcstlllcd that lu February last they re sided at No, 27 Iowa Clrclo and wcro then re. moving to a now houso on I stroet nnd licr husband's bedroom set had been romovod thore. fcho was alarmod trom a conversation Bho hnd with a friend for her husband's satoty, nnd asked him to piovldo himself with a pis tol to protect hlmscl t from attack. Thoy woro to havo fully movod into tho now houso on tho dny her husband's funeral took placo. Tho ulghtottho shooting sho had nn engagement with her husband to attend tho opora ot "Patience." Bho could not tell how regularly tho Ji'iiivMlcan came, Tho 1'ott and Cnma wcro her favorite papets. and sho always road them. Bho knew ot articles In tho nowsnnpers reflecting upon her husband, had road them and called her husband's attention to them, Tito Hon. (icoruo C. (lurlinm, editor ot tho Jlinulllcan, testified that a gen tleman named Tlchonor cnllod at tho oalco to show him somo papors. It was manlfost that ho desired Iho witness to sco somo papors In relation to Mr. Dal ton that would causo tho latter to desist In somo publications. Tho wit ness declined to havo anything to do with tho matter, and told htm that ho must go to Mr, uariuu. uu tuiuu uii'iu ut, .un,. ,,s ,uu u,. eonal friend and In tho Interest of A. M, So teldo. Cross-examined : Did tell Mr. Tlchonor thnt tbo witness was tho political editor, aud had uo olher control over tho papor. Uo offered no card of denial. Tho papor. trom his etato mem, must havo been somothlng that Mr. Tlchenor thought Mr. Barton would not want published, and that tho witness would tako notice of, but ho declined to do so. Nothing was said about tho lntcrvlow until alter tho shooting occurred. Colonel Christy offered In ovldonco a clip ping from tho Jleimllleanot February 11, which rcllected on A, M. Sotoldo, was found oa his person afterward nndrcfetrod to In his dying statement. ills Honor admitted tho clipping for tho pur poso of showing why tho brothers wont to tho IKpullkan onlce, although It Mill .Not Justify tho Miootlnir. Mr. Clarenco M. Dattou, recalled Uo had tho papers In his possession that ho had boon requested to produco. Thoro woro throo ot tlu.ni, nnd two wero still missing. Tho lottors vv ero written on iho eamo klud ot papor and lu tbo eamo handwriting, Mr. Mitchell offered iho papers In o tdonco. Ills Honor wished to know what for. Mr. Mitchell said that they proposed to show that theso loiters containing Mr. Bar ton's admission ot haying commlttodiv crime, nnd expressing contrition and regret woro gotten possession ot by Mr, A. M, hotoldo. Ho took thcto to Mr, Barton to show that ho lived In a glass houso nudmust not throw stone,!, and Mr. Uaiton then and thero lustautly killed him. Ho would show that tho man standing thero on tho witness stand was tho murderer of A. M. Sotoldo ahd not his brothor, and theso papers wero tho foundation ot that proor. Tho Coutt declined t admit tho ovldonco aud excel lion noted. Mr. Hnllct Ktlliniirii, prcsldont ot tho JltpuUlean Publishing Com pany, produced n copy ot tho papor of Febru ary I), 1882, and tbo samo was mn lo ovlleuco In iho case. Mr. MriirKn M. Smith, Jouninllst, tesllllod Hint ho was at tho tltpuVl can oflleo on tho night of tho nrrray. Ho never met A.M. Hotel lo but once. Thowltnosans silted lu removing somo of tho things from thn person of A. M. Sotoldo. Thoro wcro two knives, roll ot notis, bunch ot keys, manu script nnd a rovolver. Ho took tho pistol from tho pocket himself, nnd had dlniculty In getting It out, becauso tho pockot was but tomd, Mr, J. U. O'Meara tcsllllod that ho was a dcnli r In guns nnd sporting goods. (Pistol shovn.) ThntwasaflJcalihrnund tho other nnsilH. Thero wero morn ot tho tormor cali bre sold than ot tho latter. AiiuuiIiih O. Notolilo, tlio ilefenilaut, then took tho stand and tosll Hid that he vies 2 1 years oil list August. Ho wasboin lu Vinozuela nnd camo hero when nbotit II j ears ot age, aud wont to Morrlslnna torcMdc. It was ucnr Fordham College. Uo had nn ildcr brother namod A. M. Kotoldo, who vvasclevcnycarsolderthati tho wltnoss. lie, wi nt to college, studied law and thoti went Into tho nowspapcr business. Ho was con nected with tho Now York Sun lu 18(11), and was Iho Albany correspondent, Uo rosldod I art of tho tlmo with tho family nnd with tho mother ot Mr. Mitchell (tho counsel for tlio defendant). Ho sunporlod thowlluies, clothod hltn nnd sont him to school, Alter ho camo hero ho contlnuod to provide for tho witness, and procurod hlui n situation In this city. They wero constant companions. T ho witness camo horo In March, IBStl. Uo lodged nt Mrs. Mills' and ato at his brothers, but was charged nothing for his meals. UowaacmplOKd In tho Euglneer's Department ot this District. Uo Haw his brother on tho ovonlngot tho homlcldo. Uo was lu thn bnrbor-shon on thoovonlng lu ques tion. Ho did not know Mr. Barton, and had not seen him until tho night of tho affray. Uodo nlcd havlmr mndotho stalomont in tho bar bershop, that ho was going Mr Mr. Barton and had men on tho outlook for him, Uo mado no personal threat against Mr. Barton. Hornet hts brother at tho Lyon House, nnd thoy wont to tho Itipnbllcati oflleo nbout II o'clock. They wcro walking up tho Avenue, when his brotborsald that ho hal corao busi ness at tho lUpuUlcan oflleo. and asked tho witness logo with him. Thoy went togother. t hen they urrlv ed up stairs in tho room fioro wcro Ihrco gentlemen lit It. Two ot thorn ot tered seats, nnd Mr. Barton was sitting nt his desk. Tho w Itness sat down, and tho two mon walked out ot tho room. Tho brother ot tho witness handed Mr. Barton a roll ot manu rcrlpt. Ho seized it with his left hand, and tho right ho could not ece. Mr. Barton said, "Aro theso frr mo?" Mr. A. M. sotelto nnswered, "Yes, thoy nro for jou." Mr. Barton said, "Show them to aorham." A.M. Sou ldo said: "fllr, you must boo them," Thon they clluchod, nnd witness saw Mr. Bar ton drawing his rorolvor. Tho wltnoss waa thon pulling oft his overcoat, llo saw his brothor with his hands up, nnd Mr. Barton lire, and tho witness saw his brother fall on thoiloor. Then tho wllnossdrow his pistol and flrod two or throe shots. Uo did not nro until Mr. Bar ton shot his brother. Mr. Barton did not tako tho pistol out of tho drawer. Uo dl I uot havo a ilnrlc pistol; It was bright. Then they clinched and tussclod to tho street, wherotho witness was selzod. Ho dll net sco Mr. Barton throw a pistol away. Tho witness stuck to Mr. Barton bocauso hodld not want him lo got away, and wanto I to hold hint until nuomcor came, tho pistot 01 mown, nets was In his hip pocket and hts overcoat was on. Do had carried tho pistol tor over thrco months. Ono shell vras left out to let tho rock go down and mako It tote. Ue put It In his incltet that morning; was out to tho Boundary street son or all day, and when ho camo bnck ho lolt It with Mr. Murray at tho bt. Mare Hotel nnd got ltaaln at night. Ho llred at Mr. Barton to savo his brother's UIo. C'rosi'llxiimliietl. Ho camo lo tho city In March, 1880, from Nowork. Thorn ho was cngngod In tho coal business with William II. Harrison, weighing con!. Ho was thero about two years, nnd up to tlio 18th ot August, 1878. Ho doclluol to answer whero ho was on tho Huh ot August, 1S7H. "Wero you not nrreMod for highway tobbory onAuguetlt), 1B781" asked tho District At torney. "liom oni notu onr- quicxiy put ia air. Mitchell. " I havo a right to ask tho quostlon," sal I District Attorney Corkhlll. "You hnvo no such right," tired back Mr. Mitchell! "and I will show it." Ho then proceeded to rood a numbor ot authorities, nnd eltod nn opinion by Chief Justfco Church, of Now York, lu support of his position that tho inquiry was not a propor one. Uls Honor eald that this was a most extraor dinary case, and tho bold stand was tuken, that becauso tho dofondant was already uudor a cloud he was not to submit to nn Investiga tion tor fear another cloud might bo put upon him. He held that whoa a witness put htm Belt upon tho stand ho must submit to tho samo examination a3 would bo gtvon to any olher wltnoss. It tho opinion offered had como down from tho Supromo Court ot tho United States ho should rospect It; but this ono could uot nffoct his vlowot tho law, al though coming from tho great State ot Now ork. Tho witness must auswertho iiuostlou propounded. Tho w Itness was then asked tho question again. "Clmrlcy, Tell Tlieiii All About It." eald Mr. Mitchell. "Wo will hldo nothing." Tho wltuess tcstinod that ho was arrested on tho cbargo ot highway robbory upon Horatio Walsh, In connection with two men named M0010 and Noonnn, but that ho never pleadod guilty ot It, "Did you over sorvo ono year In tho ponlton tlary I" asked tho District Attorney. "Hold on," Interrupted Mr. Mltcholl, "It your coming to tho penitentiary I hav 0 an ob jection, lr your Honor ploase, it ho has over been convicted ot a crlmo thero Is a record ot It.'' "Now sou aro right," said tho Judge. "If there has boon a conviction thero Is n record, and you (turning to tho prosecution) aro bound to produco it, You hare no right to asU thonuestlon." Tho witness, resuming, tostluod that ho Ureteaw hts brothor on tho night ot tho 011 counterabouts till o'clock at tho Ebblt Houso. Ho thought that ho took dluner at tho bt. Mara Hotel. v hen ho camo out ho got his pistol, and tho clerk camo out with htm. Mr. Mur ray did not say to him, "Charloy, sou havo bcon drinking, and bottor not tako your pistol with him." Mr. Murray wont up stairs to get his dluner, and tho wltnoss went on up tho stroot, stop plug at Uagorty's, nnd noxt at llrinilh'son Thirteenth street, Uoro ho mot two mon named John btarr and Mitchell. They nro ot thoeo kind ot follows that lay around saloons trjlng lo pick up drinks look ing for suckors. Mltcholl was a good talker, and always found something to talk about. Uo eald something nbout a publication and witness nnswerod that his turn would como eomo ot thesa days. Uo did not try todotnlnclthor btarr or Mitchell, and they went out only whon thoy coull got no moro drinks. Ho did not associate with that kind ot pcoplo and did not think much of them, Ho did not mention Mr. Barton's namo to either ot tho parties, and said very Utile about tho publication. Ho thon went to tho harbor shopiind got tho receipts, Mr. Mitchell, tho barber, nskod about tho pub llcatlons, and wltnoss told him that Thero Would llo Hell when tho articles wero publlshod. Mr. Mitch ell eald that It better not bo done. Tho wit ness went from tho barbor-shop toUonoral lio nton's onico and Inquired tor his brothor. Not lludlng him thero ho went to tho Ebbltt House I Tho examination of thla wltnoss contlnuod until iho hearing closod for tbo day, WAYNE MACVEIQH rtEDIVIVUS. Ho Antilles to (ho l'ront to Denounce llliilno unit I.lo About Hosier mnl llrmly. rniLADixrniA, Nov. 2,-In an latorvlow published horo this atternooa Wayno Mac Vcagh assails ox Bocrotary Blaine or writ tug a letter Indorsing J, W. Hosier, Indian beet contractrr, aud tho ltopubllcau Senatorial caudldato lu tho Thirty-second DlBtrlct. Lator MoVengh chargos Boslor with bolng a partner with Brady In expediting Star-Routed, i . T.oulso Michel "Hustleil." anu,T, DELtut'M, Nov. 2. Tho Socialists aro much disappointed at tho rosult ot tha at templed demonstration last night. Propira tlous wero mado for tho reception ot Loulso Michel, whoattomptod to lecturo botoro a largo nudlonce, Tho crowd was not In sympathy nnd hooted her down, and Unally hustlod her hum tho hall, m i Tho 1'icNlilcut's Movements. New YoitK, Nov. 2. Sonator Hals callod on tho President this morning and remalnel to luncheon. Tho President leavos for Washing ton on tho limited expressot tho 1'onnsylvanta ltnllrond nt ill 10, nccoompaulod by Oolonol Reed nnd probably by Secretaries Frellug huysen and Chaulor. . Itrfslstrnflou l'rnilits. Nrvv TonK, Nov. 2, r.lgliteon bills ot In dlclment for registration fiauds wore sub mlttt'd to tho flrand Jury this inornlhg by bupeivlsor Davenport, who lustructod his suboidluaics that they aro Independent ot tho Statu and local authorities. THE J.IVER MOT. THE PHlSOHErtS LANDED IN JAI. A Number or Nolillcri, n Drummer. Hoy mill 11 ltouiliilioiil W011111I01I, mill the I'llif-Iloiiio of tho Hunt Illililleil UlthltiillntN-TlioVlrtliui of UinNeKtiluTrag;eily nml the l'nrlc Thrulro l'iro Other JVoivm. CismNATf, Ohio, Nov. 2.-TI10 troops hav ing NenI and Craft In chargo reached Lexing ton nt 0 o'clock this morning. Thoy ox pcrlencd 1.0 troublo In lodging tholr prlsonors in Jail. I'urllier DelnllN. CHvcikmati, Nov. 2. Thostoambeat Oranito Etato arrived hero nt o'clock this morning, having had no further troublo ovor tho pris oners on board alter leaving Ashland. Sho slopped nt Mnysvlllo at 2 o'clock In tho morn ing nnd left Seal nnd Craft, tho murderers, with tho troops, nil ot thorn landing without any demonstration In cousoquout'o ot thero being but fow pooplo present, nnd those not greatly inclined to Interfere with tho soldiery nttor iho occurrences further up tho river. Tho soldiers left Mnysvlllo with tho prisoners on tho six o'clock train from Lexington with out further trouble, m addition to tho injured nlrcndy roportod thoro wcro on tho steamboat n',d rummer boy shot through tho hand, sororat snidlein shot in tho head, and a roustabout i-iiRniiy wnunueu. Tlio pilot nouso ot 1110 boat was riddled with bullets. liu Irl-h Members ulul tho Cloture. LoMOX, Nov. 2. At a consuliallonot tho Irish members of Parliament to-day n ro3olu lion was adopted, aftor discussion, declaring their Intention of voting against tho Conserva tive amendment offered by Olbson, roqulrlng a two thirds majority under tho Cloture meas ure. Tbo Homu Rulo members desired thnt tl.o ltleh members abstain from voting whon tho mcnBuro camo tip for llnnl passage which also led to extended dlscussloti, but was ro Jeetod by tho casting vote of Mr. Pnrnell. Tho ntllludoot thoconferenco on both questions coullrms tho bellot that an nrraugomont has been reached between tho Irish faction nnd tho minority, and thattho former will sup port the (lovcrnment In opposition to tho Conservatives. 'Iho I'litiernl of tho Victims. Nr.v Yottit, Nov. 2. Tho victims of Iho Seguln tragedy will boburlod nt I) o'clock to morrow morning from tho house. Only thu ti lathis nud a fuw lntlmato trlonds will bo present. Tho llcv. Henry Mottol, roctor ot tho Chinch ot tho Holy Communion, will road the 1 plscopal service, and the remains will go by Iho Central Bond to VVoodlawn cemotory. Thcio will bo 110 carriages. Dr. Bcguln has Inir roved, but Is still very 111. It Is not likely Hint ho vt ill attend tho services. Mrs. Heguln's father has arrived from Lenox, Mass. A Lecherous Unite. boiTlt vViisinvTlf, Mss. Nov. 2, Last evening Emery W. Shaw, ngod 28, hired Ber tha, dtinghtcriit John F, dishing, 1) yoars old, to bring milk trom her fathor's houso to his residence. When sho arrived ho told her to carry tho milk Into tho buttery. Bho did so nnd bhaw followed her thero and vlolatod her. bhaw was arrested. Ho was, nvo yoars ago, arris tod lor Iho murder ot simoon Hint, bis fnllicr-lu-lav,', but vras discharged for waut ot evidence. I.oril Iliillcrlii Oir lur Cairo. CoxsTA!,TI,ot'Ll', Nov. 2. Lord Dutforln left for Cairo after to-day's Interview with tho bultan, which was proviously nrrangod aud announced by cable. Tlia toport that tho Porto asked Granville to delay tho doparturo of Dufferln Is dented, but tho denial Is accompa nied by a repetition ot tho statement thattho rrpllsli ambassador Informed tho el rani V izlcr that his instructions weto definite, anl that ho could net poslpouo his departure. Tlio I'nrlt Theutro Victims. Nr.vvYon;, Nov. 2. Tho funoral of llonry Clarke, a victim ot tho Park Thoatro lire, took placo this nfiornnuit from Bt. Augitstlue's chnpcl, on Fast Houston stroot. Theatrical Mechanics Association nttendod aud a largo crowd was prcse nt. Thu funeral ot John Loo, ino oinor victim, is arrangua to mito piacu trom his house, on East Llgntoenth street, to luol row afternoon. Tho Theatrical Mochan. Ics' Ateoclullon pajs tho funeral expenses ot Loth. "Iho Merry War." VincAno, Nov. 2. In tho caso ot Loo Oold mark, of Now York, tlio owner ot tho oporatta, "Tho Merry War," against sovcral uormau thcutrlcnl managers, seeking to rostralu thorn from piesentlng tbo operatta, Judgo Thurloy sustained tho injunction provontlng tbo presentation In Chicago, bt. Louis and Mil waukee. Tho words aud muslo aro still lu innnuectti t. , Mtoolliiu Is 'loo looil Tor Him. XuitTl! Alo-i, Mass., Nov. 2. Josoph But lor Is under arrest tor committing a rapoon his three nieces, aged 7, 8 and U yoars re spectively. Twu Uvo nt vVllllamstown, tho other at North Adams. Tho fathor ot ono of tbo w Ullamstown girls took hts gun last night and ttaited out with tho lntoutlon ot shooting Butler, but unfortunately did not meet him. Nihilist I'lols In lliissln. ST. PnTrnsnuita, Nov. 2. Thoro aro many reports, which nro bollovod to bo authoutlc, of Nihilistic outbreaks la the provinces, and tho pollcosurvclllauco Is lntousllted, During a tecret meeting ot a secret socloty tho Poltowa polico succeeded In making soveu arrests. Many suspects havo been takon Into custody In other towns; l'rn u tin lout Iteslstratlon In Chlcnco. CmcAao, Nov. 2. Slnco tlio registration bookB havo closed It Is apparent that fraudu lent registration has boon cxtonslvely carrls t on. Ono ward, known to havo less than DO) voters, has nearly 1,200 registorod. In sov cral wards tho registration Is 20 to 10 per cent, lu excess ot tho voting population. A Corporation's Htriinso llcn. rnoviUBhCE, R. I Nov. 2. Mary A. D. Lob dell,ot Now Bedford, has bconnwardod $fM)7-1 dnmages ngalnst tho Union btroot Railroad Company, tor damagos resulting from a col llslon. Tho accident occurred on a Sunday, and tho detenso pleaded; that contract to carry passengers on Sunday woro void, ltallvtay Collision. PiLiiut, MS Nov. 2, Tho north-bound possongor train on tholvow London A Nor thern Railroad collided with a freight train switching on tho main track lu tho rainier sard loBtiilght. Tho pilots ot both onglnos and three Hat cars wcro demollsltod anl tho Hacks blcckod. Heavy l'utlurc. CiucvGO, Nov. 2. Hair fc Odlorne, lumbor dealers, havo tolled. Liabilities, dOO,l)OJ; assets, 4200.000. Tho Arm handlod 23,000, 000 feet ot lumber yearly and stood woll la tho trade, It Is tho llrst talluro ot magultudo In this city foracouplo ot years, . Ilrolto Into n Itoiiuilhouse. Noirni ad VMS, Mvss., Nov. 2. Tho Boston Hooeao Tunnel western englno pushod Into tho roundhouso hero and burst through tho rear ot tho onglno house, taking out a soctloa (it brick 10 foot square . Tho French .Strikers. runs, Nov. 2. Tboslrlko ot tho furniture makers ct tho Faubourg Bt. Antolno Is waning, and thoso cngngod In It show a disposition to recede from their demauds. Tho Alliiunbrii Theatre. Nfvv Youk, Nov. 2. Tho Alhambra Thoatro, on West Twenty sov onth stroet, caught tiro ncaln at 1 o'clock this morning. Total losses, 25,0O0i Insurances, tl80oo. Tlio It Ivor fllvrs Up lis Demi. LAWitESCE, MVSB., Nov. 2,-Tho body ot Brldgot Bcanlou, ngod 13. who has boon miss. Ing slnco October 20, was fouud lu tho Provl elonco Itlvcr to-day, lly tho I.auiliinuni Itoulc. Boston, Mass , Nov. 2. Charlos vV.'-lliMtn, aged 10, of 1 itlston, Me., committed sttlctdo by taking laudanum yostordaylu his room la tho American Houso. . Tho Ilnllmi r.lectlons. RootL', Nov. 2. Tho anal returns show tho election ot 230 ministerial supporters, In cluding Lett and Centre t)U Right, 27 Radicals aud 1 Socialists. . Conservative (lulus in Ihiglainl. London, Nov. 2. Tno toturns ot tho Eng lish municipal elections show a probablo galu ot Conservatives to thirty seats, Minister l.ovtoll. LONDON, Nov, 2. Mlnlftvr I well has loft Locdou, aud will not leturn till after tho holl. doje, Nrcrct Djnauillo l'nctnry. lv.itts, Nov. 2. A secret djuamlto factory has been discovered at;CUW0U0J. , 14Li- ? ... .