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THE EVM3NG TJJCTS, WASHiaj&TOy, MONDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1897.
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MONDAY, OTTOBER li5. 1SD1
Xot or the T)uy.
Tltecela etory t ihe effect tlmt at the
daw of iat stirnmer when thePre-ident,
saa&eH ua dit4rc for fiction by theatroe
itte of Spain f h Cuba and the demands of
the sation, wru? a lneMige to the Con
gnBK, It tMb toei ulleped, recognizing
tlie fedttRoretM'y of the republic, lie was
warn! tHeXMJief n angry ouHoquj
wjcJj cntmod ajan Ma literary effort, but
proeoOed y dtace to get it over to
Cipttol Hfll, xittn be whs wantonly aurt
wicfcodly waaUiiK sood iH.wder that, ir
kopt Htfl jut before Uie Ohio election,
euuWt be ofcod t have the day for hn
great fnetHl lit tUat State. Immediately
wiion the ory leaked out, as everytblug
baiWcBbig ia the White Houte and the de
larttMth ! sure to Tneiido of the Piesi
dowt af3redK tbat he Dtlll was favorable
to CUa, and tbat it wMild onl be
necommtf M wait ittttM tbe last week In
October to eae eometliing diwp .some
tbittgofa Wgly patriotic and Mutational
4urao(c WeM, here we are, arrived at
tc Hoaton of promise and 5"hat then?
&ometatig isaiotto Impihsu, butv.'c do
not expect t find it anything very fierce
cxOotit fa amtetrfAMce. There can bs no
WMite itMt ntatt-etb look bilious for Mr.
HamM in Olwo, and that a war wivoop
Inn Mr. AtcKtaicy might help him; nut:
SnfHfag Uiat the dodge should work.
and tbat it did nave tbe desired effect upon
!Httcs In New York and Ohio- Then
doee any one nftpoo? tLal the "hest bui
jmss toUosUr woaM not Insist that tin
Adtaiairadoa etioald take the back track,
awd areolae unoe utore Its old attitude of
inHJbane. anoy and friendship toward
SMhm. CM. 1Mb account, even if anything
of a tatood-oirrlag nature fx in ountetn
jilaHioi!. we are not rore that the Spanish
gverimat is MM to be first convinced
tbai it Is for uorm ponUcal ouusoniption
Ny.aul win be .-eliled for later oq lilierai
tenne Jiwt s Ue Venexaobui wat-hcare
inffKiage 'as talked dver ind arranx
ed ior "Wi tbe British foreign office
is atfvaatc, t. Llaze a patb for the arljltra
lioa trcaUv. Of fourse Uiere always la tbe
poartMHt lnU evut iinglit go far enough
o one orbotit sides of the Watei to wrench
tin wbjeoi from the control of cabluet ut
tlielr dooanating tioancial interets. Tliib
it to ibeooatited with, when ounhideriug the
affiunt coHtaliK'd in the Spanish message
of iogratiU'de to Mi. .McKinley, in con
iwon wan so-called -niilufcterj;."' Well,
Kltala oalj waited a tew weeks after Fort
Smmer was fired upon to recognize Con
federate lj)Ngereiey. Tliat is a nio'-i e:i
oNtiMi M-ecedent, beside which we have
wafted two long years, helping Spain all
tliat Otoe. Turnabout isfalr play.
Atwber railway horror Is added to the
HHg tM tf late occurrencob during the
past thiuv year or eo. When a thing
Mk( the Oarrisoofc disaster cn happen on
a iMrfe't.v leei tttretch of track, on one
of t l.e ept managed and most thoroughly
and .xpetMlve equipped roads in the
United ."tat, it wobML appear reahonabl.v
4.-taln tbat compiete immunity from dan
ger is not to be looked for onder thebestat
tairable rHJiwtt) coitdlUoiis. The scene of
the accident wa a. place AVliere the rivor
lwd been cobbed to make a roadhed A
lieAvy f wall had lieen built forty-odd
jow g niMl lietwcen it and the ver
tical rock war of Hkj hill behind stone
had boon flMed in. The tide under
mined the wail and bed and the moment
came when tlw weight and Jar of a monster
JooomoUvc Iwuke up the whole deposit
andpumge'l a train Into the river, with ad
ruvultfi lu killed and injured. Inasmuch
ah an Inipouant portion of the New York
Central tsack between New York and East
Albany ii over similar Toadbed, a very
thorough soenlitic examination or the
line wiR be necessary to eatisfy the
traveling poblic. Who knows where eli-a
the tides ami frosts of four decades may
have eaten away the factor f safety iu
that long roadbed stolen from the river jjod?
Tbe Interior department of Boss Plult's
bead meet be in a particularly fevered con
dition in consequence of the mldmimmer
madne-s i hii fi appears to go eru theactlon
of hip iwlitica! friends, intended to help,
but reultln,jiiigreaUu jury fo.-hlFiMerestb.
Tho" atrc-i-ioif ut Secretary' Bliss to his
rank, the- open and active Interference of
the Federal Administration in the local
fight, and the dingrotis cunfe-stons of
Commissioner Huliervvorth regarding Presi
dent Mcltinley'tf personal hand in the matter
liave bc-cn bad enough. Taken together
with tilt evident intention to crush Low a,
a looming Presidential quantity, and the
nanire-i impossibility of Heeling Tracy,
they liav. tended to piove the existence
or a deal between Piatt and Cioker u
throw the election to the latter. And now
holding tin bagful or oat, wide emeu. Hi
declare" sljit while tht boys In New Yoik
may glv. tits Easy lk--s a thniw-down, he
will Control the e.t legislature, and then
anything wanted in the big city wdl liave
to be jiaid for i;trictl in advance. He de
Clares tb.it the tip country hayseeds will
net only -xlck to the Kalnes law, but nuke
it KiOVr. it (Y)npelt the city to pay a
giU nany taxes for the jayu, and that
benefit Uey are in no danger of tuniing
awaj. o Wu obscre tliat a ne.it little
anangemont of inter juiUmii balance of
lHwer' has been fixed up between Piatt
and Cn.kor. One h to run the State'and
the tber the .letiopolis, upon the baIs of
an equitable -land off anddlude. Hdt
Hackett. of L'tlai What will the bo-se1- do
to him for expo-Jug the game?
Only a few duj more .and we are to
see the outcome of the Union Pacific deai
u3dc hy tSrover Clc eland with the Schirf
Jlorgau indicate. The recapitalization
of theyfctoin if tha syndicate huceeeds in
liolding Mr McKinley to his prcdecej-vor'
contracu will amount to $201, 000,000, aw!
the AVal' 4reet value .-et uiwm life k
curitie.. to he issued as representing that
capital is s-tated at $154,700,000. The
Government claim in $53,000,000, hut or
this $20,000,000 goe to the syndicate
by wav or good-fellowship. Ahead of
tlis Governihent'daitr. is the firH mort
gage hen or $37,000,000. If taken up ut
ptr t'i "reorgunizaUon committee" then
r. Mild get for $70,000,000 net, a property
which WWland Lombard streofs are wait
ing to aibMYdie for in cash on the basis of
$ir.4. 700,000. So the syndicate would
get the road at $S4,7GO,00O le?s than its
present ca-Ji subscription valuu in "Wail
street, after clearing off all encumbrances.
Tlc general understanding appears to he
tha the inrhiPiKv o? the oomliination is
too utrong to Jnrtiry much hope that the
Prerf'lenr willlnlerfert.. If he should not
there will ie trouble ovei the matter Avhen
tle Congreb meeU, but as far as the f inan
ci.il intercut of the nation in the matter K
conwrued. then it will be too late. Syn
dicatsb know what they are about.
Judging from certain preliminary wain
lugs contained in the short official dis
patches from Simla, we maj look for more
and iriore etiousfightlng in N"orth"rn India,
ati day. After the fight on the Samana
Ridge and ihefinu! capture of the strategic
potiuon he'd ly the tribesmen, Sir Yeat-.
man Elggs was able to form a. junction
with the (Himirnudor Sir William Lockhart
and their unnbined forces, under the latter,
are now operating against the main strong
holds of the Afridis and Orakzais. The
latest news 1 tliat these tribesmen have col
lected in large number on both sides of the
emiweba Pass, where they have In
trenched themselves, after sending theii
women to a safe distance. Eidently the
native tacti05are dictated by somebody's
strt-ne ir.ihtarj sense, either natural oi
trained. The camps of the British are har
assed r.t nteht bv constant deep flrbig,
wit ii casualties enough to keep the troops
uneasy and restle.R.wliiIe the innumerable
passes and iniaiutain defiles present all
the conditions for a guerrilla waifaie fa
-orable to the deul7ens of the region, and
greatly difficult tonn invading army com
pelled to keep open a long line of com
munication and snpplv, and impeded by
liuay pro"iRion , ammunition and am
Ixilnnce trains, besides artillery.
A small Init rather black war cloud i.
rising in Western Africa, and it would not
lie Riiipriflng If the forced of Great Britain
and I'rancv in tliat part or the world were
to lae a brush. Such a combat would
Ije a small enough matter merely from i
military point of view, because not mors
than two or three thousand Europeans
would lie engaged In it, all told. But It
would be a hfghlj Mjrious affali in vie v.
of the strained relations iietweeu the twoj
governments, and might prove the pre
lude to a general unleashing of the dogsof
war on the Continent. Both England and
Trance have leeii tfying to extend their
spheres or influence in the country back
of Dahomey. wheie the f miner claims the
hinterland of Lago, a designation inde
terminate enough to coei a large area
alK) claimed by England, of which a district
and It capital Nikki occupied by the
Fienclifoinipn example. AFrenchcolumn
is on It way from I'm to Xovo on the toast
of Daltomev, to re-enfoire the garrison at
N'ikki. British tioops and gunloats are
being pushc-.l forward In the -ame diree
tion, and every steamei leaving Elver
pool for the west coast of A f rica is going
loaded down with officers, sohhers and
mi nitions of war It may occtn to the gov
eminent of Lord Salisbury that in ca'-e
hotililie-3 with Trance should become
necessary it might le the part of pru
dence religiously to abstain fiom anj
funny business with us respecting the
annexation of Hawaii!
Snpeiedlnj the Farmer.
(I rom the Cleveland Plain Dealer.)
Madam Diss Debar has reappeared to a
startled public. She isn't doing anything
now in the spirit painting line, becaiw she
has a new fad. She say-5 bhe can lic
without the grosser forms of sustenance,
being able to extract all the nutriment she
needs from the atmosphere. This seems
like a pretty good thing to inquire into,
but IT carried out practically wouldn't It
play the mischief with the unhappy farmer?
fFrom the Chicago ICcws.)
A bey never gets much comfoit out of
his first cigar, but he gets lots of expei
(From the Chicago DinpalclO
Ueal Dow the famous temperance ora
tor, will not be forgotten, although his
name vaswrit In water."
AFHAIJD OF VAXDAM.
Geoige M. l'nllmni's Ilenmins Kn
cused in si Mji-k of Concrete.
Chk.igo, ill , Oct 25. -The Cofrin con
taiulng the body of George M Pullman
lies in a mpss of concrete one and n half
feet thick on the bottom and at the sides
and three I eel on top, while bars of steel
placed uloveeffectually protect it from van
dal attacks The Work of putting in ths
concrete ami placing the steel bars was
completed late esterduy afternoon.
Mr. PuHniMi's family desired that omc
thing be done to render the wave iinpieg
nfble to attack, lor vandalism tv.islcarcd,
panic ulnrjv in mcw of the ill-feeling en
gendered because of the great strike of
lt'f t, w Urn threats wercmade against Mi.
The luiivy liMd-liiiedmahos;uny box con
taining the cofiln was wrapped in tar
paper, upon which was laid an inch of ts
phniiom .Miifh will prevent the ingress
of air, and, except in the case of smic ex
traordinary disturbance, will preserve the
bod foi ages The grave Is a reotargular
pit, 13 feet long, 9 feet wide and S feet
deep, with a f.ooriug or concrete, strength
ened by hand of metal.
The r-Utives or Mr. Pullman liMeacdio
the reading of Ids will Saturdav eenIrlg
What w.isiulhu documentnuneof them will
say. John S Buiinells, Mr. Pullman'',
lawyer who drew the will, says all guesses:
regarding ltscontents are woithles There
lb f provision, Itis said that thesoiis nyist
mend their ways, undei penalty of luuiug"
Hielr annuities cut orr.
irob?rt T. Lincoln and ,orman U Beam,
the latter a weulthy board of trade oi
erator, ar rained as executors r the
estate, and Mr. Lincoln has the will
looked up in his -afe. It was delivered to.
him yesteulay. The will is to be offered for
FUXi:HAI. OF MAJOH UAXXEGAX.
Will H- Conducted by FtitliiM- Uyan
ur Dr. Muxej-V Hoine.
Major Sellutuu Ilannegan, for m.iny jears
doorkeeper t,r the diplomatic gallery of
the .Senate and one or the most widely
knowu attaches ol the Capitol, chVd yes
terdcy ut Hie icsidence or Dr Frederick
M;.ei, at-Bhod-Island avenue and Tw el ft!i
street, where he has lived several years.
Mhjc r Ilannegan liad been, apparent j , in
health until hist Week. Tridav morninir lie
was snilil-uiy taken ill with a cerebral
hemorrhage, a form of apopley. lie lost
consciousness immediately, and continued
in thatstateuntil his death yesterday. The
daughterol thcstrickenman wassummoned,
and she was a t ljft bedside when he died.
Mr. Dnnc'iii Ilannegan, a sou or Majc-i
Haniiegan has been a member or a field
party of the United States Geological .sur
ey working near Denison, Tex. lie wa-
alsj telegraphed of his father's illness, and
arrixed here today, when arrangements for
tbe funeral were made. The Njrvioeswill lie
held privately at 2 o'clock tomorrow at the
rosidetice of Dr. Maxey. Interment will be
made at Mount olivet Cemeterj .
Major iiiiiiiu'aii wan lorn near Cohi!:
ton. I-id , in lb29 Be was the son of
Senator Edward A Haunegan or Indiana,
who died in St Loui- thlrtj -eight years
ago. Tlie deceased was a descendant or
one of the most famous of Indiana fami
lies and the tragic story of his life Is a
most interesting one. His son, Ned Hau
negan ws a' tidentally killed some jears
ago ne;r Old Point Comfort. The de
ceased has been connected with the Sen
ate since 187& and was thrown in contact
with all the prominent statesmen and dip
Icmmth since that time.
THOUIir.K IS FEARED.
"Women and Children to Tulte Part
in Combating Non-Union ."Workmen.
Croton, Landing, N Y., Oct. 25. The
stilke at the new Cornell dam still cou
tiiiues. It was thought when the men were
paid off .n Paturdaj that the bark! one
or the strike was broken and that all the
met: -would resume work this morning.
Eer thing remained Very quiet during
At 7 o'clock thl morning groups of men
could he seen standing around apparently
readj for work. But no whistle blew Tor
then, to commence. Itlssald byomethai
this was because it was raining, but others
Ud that the contractors .ire afraid to
One or the strike leaders says if they
undertai-e to put new ien In there would
je Molei'ce used and the strikeis will
bring out tlieii wives and children to as
sist. They do not care If they are killed,
as they might as well be shot as to starve.
The works are still being patrolled by
abo'ir eighty deputies, and arrangement
aie bet'ig mde to add moie men to the
present foice. N'o trouble Is expected
when tbe work Is commenced, s
JUST FOR FOX.
"Do you think that stimulants- ould
hurt ire, doctor."
"Not if cou leave thern alone."-Detroit
Godsby Your hair will 'be gray if it
Woolfin-OI.. well, if it keeps on I'll be
s;.t isfied. - Boxbury Gazette.
Briggs- Wnat kind of a fellow is Willow
fchap?" Griggs,-! don't know, I've only seen
him when he was with his wire.-Puck.
' Tliat man singing 'Only One Girl in
the World for Me' has. been married three
'Well, that's ail right; he means only one
girl at a time." -Chicago Record.
"Will you let me hae 25 cents on a copy
or my autobiography?" anxiously whis
pered the s'rugrrhug author.
"Not on ;.oui life," replied the unfeel
ing pawnbroker. -Chicago Tribune
Warwick-! think Alaska would make an
elegant summer r-.ort.
Wickwire-Ah, you hae been reading
about the climate!
Warwick No, the prices New York
"I saw a bonnet tliat just suited me,
George. It was $35."
"But you didn't pay that infernal pilec
for It, did you?"
4N-iio, George. I didn't. I had it chaig
ed." Cleeland PIniu Dealer.
Dickie's Plans. -"Has your cleer little
boy expressed any ambition concerning his
"Oh, ys; he sxys that when he grows up
h intends to be a gambler, and he is going
to man y M rj. Widdleton's red-headed cook."
The country editor is a reliable encyclo
paedia. A subscriber sunt him this query
recently 'What ails my hens? Every
morning 1 r'nd one or more of them keeled
oer to rise no more."' The leply was-
The Towls are dead. It is an old coin
jrlht, and nothing can be done except to
bury then,." Lockport, Minn., Phono
graph. "I think l'u found the criminal!" shout
ed the joung detective, in wild excite
ment. Ills confrere looked ut him with a chill
"There Is a time for everything," he
said; "just now we are engaged in looking
not for the criminal, but for a clew."
Boston Tnn elei .
"No, sir," iaid tlie Kansas editor, "jour
serUces arc no longer required."
"May I venture to ask why I'm dis
"You'te too blamed funny. Tint .style
niay do in the blase and heartless East, but
when j on refei to a death In a cyclone ar
a terrible blow' to the family you overdo
it out nere." Detroit News,
T.L.-- . .
I I THE If f
II M C l)JjMA L One SBw I
T "r.i ty TJT j?Z V.J'-s- xrin.c mU'xKKm,
We can prove tbat
3.50 willbuy as fine
a pair of shoes as
any made, bar
ring neither q ual
ity or price.
The last that has made the "Regal
Shoe rt famous. In Black Calf,
Russia Calf, andEnatnel. With
double soles for wi titer wear.
Patent Calf, Ljace and Button,
single sole. 'Fast-colored hooks
and eyelets. Equal to any
shoe made at any price.
fa per Pair.
L. C. BLISS & CO.
100: Pcnn Avenue,
Albany S Y.
TJUc i T.
Bnttalo, i'. Y.
hekorm scnoor. Rr.L'onr.
XtnN of the institution for tlie Cure
of Tin i ttly GlrN.
The report or the Girls' Reform School
has been submitted to the lMr!ct Conmus
sloners bv Mr. Frank Stroud, vice president
of the 'r.tiLutlon jTht'tlmates for saia
ries and maintenance are $1,1025 The
trustee- ,lkk for an addition to the n aln
building and other Ijupiavemetits or a value
or Sr.i.200 Ic Is stated that the efficiency
of the school and economy both require that
the 300,000 for tjie addiiioif of the main
building lie made. There could be ninety
or more cellh added with no addition lo
the force, excepts possibly two teacher
The present foroe:tis, nptwithstnnding tld..
deemed absolutely nqesary to oversee
the Kir's properly and to prevent then
Tron escaping rrdm 'the institution. The
present building is-stild to be greatly m
need of painting. i
The farm of th school i Mated to be
in an o.et'eui condition t but in order to
keep the veceinbh's raised for the inmate,
c small htindIngVtdtost??2,n0O, i& asked
lor. Heietofore it- bo v been necc-t-ary to
sell vegetables raised, ind then buy others
as the winter progreSses.
The ireustiier of the institution ha been
woi king for tome time without a salary,
as in The last oppropilatlon bill no pro
viisiuu "nft" made for a sahuj for this
office. V deficiency appropriation of
$000, to be ifemediately available, ! asked
inr, and aKoa provision for silary of trcas
uei in the fut'ire.
OUTLOOK IIHIGIIT I KENTUCKY
Deniocrnt'e State Cltniriunit Kxiiectv
to Win the Flelit.
Lexington, Kj., Oct. 25 -Chturman
Johns-ton, or tbe Stale Democratic com
mittee, has i-NStied an addrebs to the
voters of the State, In which he f-peaks
encouragingly on the outlook foi the
succe of the Mier ticket the coming
election. He declares the contest i be
tween Democracy and Republicanism aud
Is of such magnitude that it will control
the Congressional elections next year and
may determine the Presidential election
Referring to the National Democrat-,-,
Chdirmfn Johnston says.-
"The open enemy challenges respect by
hi boldness, but those who fight for him
while pretendiug to be hostile, and against
us while pretending to be triendly, are en
ts'Ied to be watched, but not to be trusted
FOUGHT AVJTU MOSBY.
Survivors of the Fatuous Confeder
ate Biigude Organize.
Baltimore. Oct. 25. Members of Mosby's
command living In Baltimore have organ
lied in association known as the Maryland
Survivors of Mosby's Command. The fol
lowing officers have been elected David
fe. Briscoe, president; J. J. AVUliams, treus
u'er; .1. AV. Riggs secretary.
The folluwing "Mosby men" reside in
Bultimo'-e: Charles E. Grogan.D. S..Brls
ct'p, J. G. Wiltshire, C. E. Biedler, j. J.
Ailliams, J. R. Walkins, S. B BIspham,
John Gill. of R,; S. B. Rollins, J AAMciggs.
A. A' Milliolhu.d, C. Goldsborough, A G.
Carey, L.Reardon, D. Glraud AVrigut, E. AV
Robins,!, D. G. Carlisle, II. C. Larrabee
and D. L. Thomas.
JIUPFY AT THE 13D1TOH.
Officers of the Chilean Army Iny
ClinlloiiKe Him to Flight.
Valparaiso, Chill, via Galveston, Tex.,
Oct. 25. It is stated on goodauthorityth.it
two colonels of the Chilean army will chal
lenge the editor of a leading radical news
paper lu Santiago to a duel, because of article-,
reflecting on the army.
A snecial committee or deputies is ct nsid
cring bills providing for the construction of
four ii cw railways between points in Chile
The iudgeof crime of 'Santiago hasaBked
for autuor'tytr begin criminal proceedings
against Deputy A'ictbr Echaureu A'aleio.
A AVell-TTixed Town.
(From the St. Louis Globp-Democrat )
The riohest town lu the United States
is Hrookline, near Boston. Its population
is 17,000, and valuation $00,000,000, yet
it is governed through the typical New
England town meeting. It has a public
library containing 45,000 volumes, o $300,
000 high school, a $40,000 free bathing es
tab'lshment, and spends $100,000 a ear
on its parks and well shaded streets. Bos
ton would gladly annex it, but Brookllne
prefers to go on as it is, combining city
life with the pleasures of the country, aud
no council on the metropolitan plan.
ew York Ecnpeb.
(Fron. the Cleveland Plain Dealer.)
Gov. Pir-gree sajs he hesitates between
Horry Geoige -ind Set h Low. Luckily foi
the over-atfliced New Yoikers, the
distinguished ArenezueUn will have to do
i his voting in Michigan.
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P. B. & O S. Metzerutt. Mgr.
Nixon & Zimmerman, Directors.
Week Commencing October 25.
MARGAREI MAI HER
Anil Her Excellent Company, Presenting
Tonight and Tomorrow Night,
"WcdnCMlay Eeningand Saturday llali
nee "ROMEO AND JTLIKIV'
Thursday Night "THE HONEYMOON."
Friday Night "DEUORA Ii."
Saturday Night "NANCE OLDriELB"
and 'LADY OF LYONS."
PRICES Jo, 50, 75c, $1.00 and SI. 50.
Next Week VAN B1ENE in "A MU
Cc RAND Of- t'H "-K
T KERNAN & RIFE, Managers.
Jiailnces "Wednesday and Saturdav at 2.
WEEK OF OCTOBER 25.
Direct from the ttar Theater, Nevv York,
Davis and h.eogifs fiienomenai rroductiun.
"CIirCK" CONNORS, King or the Eowery.
FRANK Bl'SH. the Renowned Mimic
The Thrilling Leap from the Brooklyn
And the Queer Character or the Bowery.
New anu Special Scener and ErfectA.
Next week -MARIE WAINWRIUHT iu
"Shall We Forgice Her""
-Tew national 'iikatfr
1 Every Evening, AVed. and Sat. Mats
THE ROYAL SECRET.
Sumptuous Production, Superb Company,
including Edmund Collier, Ja. O. Bar
rows, Fanny Mclntvre and Alice Evans.
Nov . 1 -The Famous Lostonians.
GET YOUR SEAT
in Advance 25, 50
and 7 oc Those 25c
The Great Russian Melodrama,
IN THE NAME
OF THE CZAR
The Gjpsy Hut. The Time Lock Safe
The Escape trom the Fortress. The Brave
Young American. The Nihilist Den. March
to Siberia. Ihe Terrific Struggle in the
BeHry. The Specialists in the brand Ball
Nov. l II. C Miner's "Human Hearts."
XERNAN'S IAT.II 'HI A '"-It.
ALL THIS AVEEK.
Matinees Tuesday, Thur-dav and Saturday.
j..L. RLE Eft,
ALL NEAV FEATURES.
Next week New York Araudeville Stars
and STEVE BRODIE, B. J.
ON THE VEHGE OF BANKRUPTCY.
. Creditor AnI,-, for a Receiver for
ihe Cit3' of Hamilton, Olno.
Harulion, Ohio, Oct. 25 -The Tort,
Glover Electric Light Company or Cincin
natl ui Saturday made application in the
court of Judge Neilan for a -receiver of
Hamilton, Butler county, Ohio. Plaintiff
says that the city of Hamilton is unable to
p.iy its debts, and Is on the verge of bank
ruptcy; that Its uiruirs arc grossly misman
aged, and that it would be for the best
interests ol all the taxpayers and clti
zens to place trie city in th hands of a
BR VAX GOES TO OHIO.
UK Voice Is AVenk, Hut He AVill
Speak for Democracy.
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 25. AV. J.' Bryan
will leave today for Ohio, wheie, during the
lost four da j s of this week, he will opeakut
various points against Banna and for free
His auditors will be disappointed , how
ever, in at least one lespect. On account uf
overwork in the Nebraska campaign Mr.
Bryan's "Julte has lost its musical quality
jcnd ha? taken on a peculiar hoarseness,
breaking fiequently even when he is con
versing. He ..as niudc from two to six speeches
each de-v. He expects a big majority foi
the fusion candidate for supteme judge.
A Shiny Affair.
(From the Chicago Record.)
President Andrews is certainly an es
tlmable gentleman and one who had his
quarrel Just, but there are indications that
ids martyrdom is getting rather worn about
The Doubtful AAMtnesP.
(Fron.the Chicago Record.)
An evpprt witness is a. brainy man of
science or a doddering Ananius, according
to whet Iter or not he is on jour idc of
(From the Mail and Exprcs.)
Expert tests would undoubtedly show
that David H. Hill's silence was strong
enough to break a crock.
We neA'er seem to have
enough goods at this price.
Our line this season was the
largest Ave ever had ; but big
selling cut it all lo pieces.
To fill up the assortment
Ave have reduced Sr5 aud
$20 suitings. About twenty
five new styles of goods that
formerly brought from $2.50
to $7.50 a suit more money.
12th and F Street N. W.
TONIGnT AT 8.
AVed. and Sat. Mats
The Queen of Counc Opera
Comic Opera to.
In Harry B. Sn-ith's and A'ictor Herbert's
Latest t'omic Opera. 111 Two Act
Interpreted hy one or the largest Comic
Opera Companiestrarelmn. including Albert
Hart, Hugh Chil vers Snltz Edwards, R. AV-Uui-e,
Maude Courtney.-Nettip LvTord, Ada
Somers and Rose Krohe.
Next week -HERBERT KELCEY and
EFF1E SHANNON in Madeline Lucette
Rylcy's new play. "A COAT OF MANY
MEW ."T'n i "-in-if"
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
SARD PKI. AFlEKMUuN,
im tkr:n j OCTOBER 29, 4 P. M.
THE ONLY CONCERT OF THE
Supported bv the famous soprano,
MME. MARGARE1HA VON A'AHSEL,
and the 13-vear-old violin genius,
LITTLE CARLOTTA bTEBE.NRAUCH.
Conductor, Maestro Eugemo Stubeurauch,
New York Herald Aroused enthusiasm,
limes Nothing finer. AVorld Aboe criti
cism. N . Y Journal Sousa may well took
to his laurels.
PRICES Si. 50, $1, 75c, and DOc.
BIJOU THEATER EVeSSRJti:vr-
HIGH CLASS FAMILY A'Al'DEVILLE.
J. K. Emmett-10 Other Big Act
People's prices. 10c, 20c, 30c.mat.,10c,20c
Spencerlan Business College.
NEW AN1 BEAUTIFUL HALLS.
In Academy of Muelo Bulldine,
Ninth etreot, coruer D, uw Entraaca 103
Thirty-third Echolastlo year. Day and
evenluc sessions. The leading busiuesaruen
ot usnlnxtou were trained in tins college,
and eend their eons and daughters and
candidates for employment here for train
Rapid wrltinc. Enullsh, rapid calcula
tion e, bookkeeplnc, laws, and ethics of
cntlnesH, science or wealth, science or cit
izenship, vocal aud physical culture, the
art of expression (Deisurte method), short
hand and typewriting.
Terms reasonable, but no competition
with cheap schools.
urnco open every business day and night
throughout the year.
Call or send for new announcement
'97-'98, containing address or Hon. Ly
man J. Quje, at college commeucwment,
and names, occupations and addresos at
8D8 Graduates or a. B O.
MRS. SARA A. SPENCER,
se22-tt Principal and Prop.
Kindergarten Normal Institute
The Training of Teachers
Model Kindergarten and Graded School
No extras tor French or German.
Miss Susan Plessner Pollock, Principal
, Mrs. Louise Pollock, Associate Principal
luqulre for particulars at the FROEBEL
INSTITUTE. 1126 Q st. nw. scll-lmo
EMEKBON INSTITUTE (Yeung's Acad
emy! Select classical and matuematlcal
nchool for young men and bovs. 914 14th
St., opposite Franklin Square. Will re
open September 27. Circulars can be ob
tained at tho bchuol building or by ad
dressing CHAS. B. XOUNU, Principal
F and 9th fits. Tnc principal was formerly
umuiai louro otenograpuer ana I'tiuuo
Accountant. Hay aad nlcht sessions.
Catalogues free. sel2-2 l-2mo
'MONTROSS." Shorthand, tvpewrit
ing and music; beginners,, s-peed, dicta
tion, classes, $1 per month, private lesions
50c. 1503 Q st nw. oc2 1 3t
COPLEY SQUARE HOTEL.
Huntington Avenue and Exeter Street,
New-Elegantly Appointed Strictly Fire
proof. Location unsurpassed in the city.
Three to eight minutes from principal shop
ping centers, theaters, etc. American plan,
tj.50 per day and upward. European plan,
1 50 per day and upward.
aulO-3 mo-em F. S. RISTEER & CO.
PROPOSALS for constructing a brick
eight-room school building on the south
east corner of First and QulncyMreetK north
cast, AVahhington city. District of Colum
bia. Office or the Commli-bioners, D C,
AVashmgton, D. C, Oct 21, 1897 Scaled
proposal! will be lect.ved at this office
until 12 m. on SATI'RDA Y, OCTOBER 30,
1897, for constructing a brick eight-room
school building at the southeatt corner of
l-'irst and Qulncv streets, AVashlngton,
D. C. Blank forms of propotalh and bpecl
ficatiotih, together with all necessary in
formation, can be obtained upon application
therefor at the office cf the inspector of
buildings or the DMNct or Columbia, and
bids upon these forms onlj will be consid
ered. The right is reiericd to 1 eject any
or all bids. Propohals must be Inclosed lu
an envelope, healed and indorsed on the
outRlde: "Proposals for constructing an
eight-room school building, corner First
and Qulncy Btreets, AVashlngton, D. C.
JOHN AV. ROSS, JOHN B. AMGHT, AVM.
M. BLACK, Commlssioncra D.C.
District or Columbia. No. 022, docket;
-j-l. Issued October a. 1 897. -Application
having been made to the Supreme Court;
or thcDMriet or Columbia, holdingOrphnm.
Court, ror letters of administration on bald
estate, by Henry 3. Merrill, this is to giver
notice to all concerned to appear in i-aid
court on Friday, the Cth day or Novem
ber, A D 1897, at 10 o'clock a. m., to
shovv cause why sucli application hau!tP
not be granted.
Attest J. NOTA McGILL, .'
t , , c.,- . Register of WHIb, D. c.
RALSTON & SIDDONS, Proctors for An-
nori",.rlStmilAI,-si are forwarded to u.e
Shkm.'5 7,,,nS "ally, aud the tchBdnle..r
or 1. """"Re" on the preiIi.pXi..n
For fh . Ju"intt'rrunle'1 overland transit
ornr'a'roflLTs: W1" be wa,lfc at ""
1 iiMi.ntlniiiie Matin.
MONDAY-c) At 10 55 p. m., for Oer-
fVnmJ 'ZH- TCal".er J1,U;"" UrS" .
rh?P , . lork.via Bremen. Letters tor
ami Hr',.". f tU,roPV' Via Sonttelnpt..n
Win.elmT.r'rJrosse d,n!Ctea "" &Uer
.JiL,JsD41 " "' Al - V- " fcr Euniie,
per s h st. Paul, from New Yorfe,vvia
,o- . '''""I'H"'- fitters ror Irelann met e
directed Per St, Paul.' ir, At ltKCo
K, "" l-'r ,Jj,,rIe, iier s. s. Majestic, Trum
acv. iork via Queenstovvn.. (c) At 10yv
?,"' Jor "I'.lgium direct, per s w. AVesrern
tnrl ..,",.,,,-Nt"lv, York"' vja Antwerp. Lt-vv-p?.isLJ'.e.
rel "Pr Westernlami
WEliAhbliAl- (bi At 7 20p m .tori 11-
V ,?, "ruJ"u- Cnebourg and Hamhurg .
iipV i ;vvp, '" ' ror eUierlamlft dlretr,
a. ,V. AAerkendam, from New rork, v a
Rm .- L,,("a'''a. from New TorP iu
la f'lfr' "J naTH for France, smtr
'.r... :?,J' ?,uiu' l ortugal.'l urkey.EKVi't
anu uriti-n India must i.e direcrnl 't'e- L 1-
s;.,1",1 ?20 "' lil- toT halite,
V'?.. . iuIPan'' from New York, via Ha r.
.i;;h'rs. .rjlhe.r r15 r Europe mu-t r e
d irectert -Per La Cbampasue." c At
vnip '"; tr Netherlands direct, pim
1 Ua"" frHl lNow vrk. via Rotter.iai. .
iniiTw!11-11 directed 'Per Veemlan..
v,,V,C, ,r M V-' ,n-;.fr Genoa, per -. .
Fulda, rrom iSevy york. Letter- mnM: t
dlrect-d -Per l-ulda." tc)At 10-." p.
v!.:v J1"" threet.perc. (.-IMand. 'roni
il? . .Vrk' L ttcrs must be directed '-Per
pk:xti:d matter, ETC.-c.,.n
stean.ers tailing Trom New York on Ti.efc
days take printed matter, etc., ror U-r-niany,
aud especiall) addressetl printed
matter etc , ror other partt. or Enron
c.i. e -,nciau and AMiltcStar 5team-rs
failing rrom New lork on Wede5day, tho
rnf.VJ1 ilwm.n'! on Thwdayu and the
l.?r lrL:'"u aatl German steamers on
Saturdays take printed matter, etc.. Tor
!i.rt0tI,.tLlefc rorwhicIi they are adver-
used to carry mall.
Mail r,,r feoiith and Cent nil Amer-
ei-iea, AA'est Indies, Etc..
Ti,NI)Ai" c At 10 -35 p. m.ror Behp.
rr.. :,U- A"!1 Guatemala. ;lw v,w I
rrom New Orleans (c) At 10.55 n ta tt,r
&rarUnPe, Marlini( BartaSiTand
fork m'l'Mi,4 rallsiiiaa. rrom New
and St rrAL10P P r Sl Tmra.5
anu t.( roix. via St- Thoma- nor h
MT,i,4I5KeJrom PhiladMpma ' W '
1 LtbDA I (c At IO ut u 10, forCota
inCaHP.trft?a;"erorruraXew Orlea il .cJ At
?rom W ' ferrfrazil- P?r ' Dalecarifa,
viJ. , t ?ork' vm Pernambuco ant!-.
Victoria. Letters ror North Brazil tutt"
he djrected -'Per Dalecarlia" "e At
IU 5o p m , for Granada, Trinidad ami -York:'0'
,,Cr S S rrraauIr. frwt x"w
W-EDNESDAY (a) At 3 20 p. m forJa- '
("P ra- for Inagua and Haiti, nere. ..
From wN-o'rfi?.Un0,aml'Per 6- Prt!--
m?,SLL'lnSPAY.,U, At 6 25 a" m- rr J
1 ' frSUPfrh- Arat'U.rrom Vew York
.T,.tcrs for .Bell2e iionduras and Gnate-
hi",,J!-be ulreSted "Per Ardawllw."
? i rl?.nX y-ni f'r..xewfouiidfcHiciper
i5, r,or.tan ' from I'hlladelphia.
TtomAr"?'iAtT !0 " m" for .St.
iV.i?n.u "-Lvard ami AViiidward
2 1 r c AL 10 Br P ,u- for Fortun.' Isl
and, Jamaica, savunilla, ami Cartha-ena.
per j, AUeghauy, from New York. Lut
ters for Cobta Rica must be directed "Par
Allegheny." tt)AtI0 55p m for Haiuf
per .. Andes rrom New York t Ac
10 6,, p. 11, Tor Central America eACpC
Cost Rica ant South PacINc port, per s
Finance, from New York via Colon. Letters
Tor Uuatcmala inu-.t be directed -Per ri-9.a.lce-"
'' At 10 n "- rr Catuperlu,
tvniapas, rabaxw anu Yucitan, per p s
lutiiuri, rrom New York Lettcm n.r
otlier partt, or Mexico mut be dlrec'til
'Per luinun." (c) At 10 ai p m. for
Santiago ne Cuba, per . t Mexico, rrn u
New lork. Letters Tor A'enezuela a.nI
Coluiiibia muit be uirected Per .t.n
SATlRDAY-(d) At 12 05 p. m.. for bt.
Pierre-Miijuelon. per steamer, rrom N rra
MtuN for Newfoundland, bv rail iu II1I1
faxand thence via steamer, eiceptasjil i.ve
indicated, cloe here daily, except m
dav'., at 12 05 p. m., and on Sumtay- uiy
at 1 1 35 a m.(d)
Mails for MhUelon, by rail t Boatou and
thtiiiv vt.i steamer. cloe here ciaHy at:i . o
Mails ror Cuba (except those for Santiago
de Cuba, which, arterthe AVednesdavcI-
via Port Tampa, will be forwarded vU
New lork up to and including the l0-5
p m closing h riday), close Lure daHy as i
p m for forwarding vna steamers saiHu
Mondays dud Thursdays from Port Tampa,
Mails for Mexico overland (except those
for I'ampeehe. Chiapas. Tabasco, and Yuca
tan, which, after the Wednesday oveiland
close, will be forwarded via New York, up
to aud including the 10:55 p. m closing
Fritlav 1 close here dailv at 7 to a. m-td
Mails for the Society Islands, pr""hii)
Citj of Papeiti. from San Franrim,
clo-e here dailj up to 0.30 p. m . the 2CtU
MailB for Hawaii, per s. 1? Australia,
from Sau Francisco, clcse here dailj '.
to G 30 p. n. , the 2th instant, td)
Malls for China and Japan, per s a.
Olvmpia, from Tacoma, cke here daily
up to 6 30 p iu., the 31st instant.(d)
Mails for China and Japan, per s- 9.
Empress or Japan, rrom A'aucouver, cjo.o
here datlv up to 6 30 p in., November l.td)
Specially addressed only.
Malls for Australia (except tboe for
West Australia, which are forwarded via.
Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii. Flj, ami
bamoan Islands, per s s. Alameda, "rem
San Francisco, close here dailv up to
6 30 p in., November u.td)
Mails for Australia (except AVest Aun-
tralin). New Zealand, Hawaii anil Fiji
Islands, per s. s. Warrimoo, from Van
couver, close here daily after November
o, up to 6 30 p. in., November 15. (d)
t.n Registered mail close at lo .1 m
b) Registered mail doses at 1 t m
(c 1 Registered mail closes at 6 d rn -same
(d) Registered mail cloae at 6 n. in
e Regittcred mail closes at 1 p. m.
Tuesdajs and Saturdavg.
JAMES. P AVILLKTI.
psjorfolk & Washington
,.E,,ery "lav in the year for Fortress
Monroe, Norfolk, Newport New s afiui
all points South by the superb, navv-
erful steel Dalace Sti-amur. ..v..
News.'' Norfolk" and "Wasff-
ngtou, on the following schedule.:
Leave Alexandria ,
Arnvc Fort Monroe
Leave Fort Mouroe
i.Q0 p. m.
-7.20 p. t.
"20 a. m.
..8 00 am
5:50 p. m,
10 p. m.
. 7:20 p.m.
.0.00 a. irt.
.6 20 a.m.
v lMinrs 10 unainiuriir-. nr.T ,...
TnefinBfa Mnd vlrE'nla Beaoli
will find this the most attractive
routednsuring a comfortable ulghtfe
Large and luxurious roomu heated
bj steam and fitted throughout with
electric light. DlnJng-nKimservlctrl.s
a la carte, and is supplied from the
best that the markets of AVashincton
mid Norfolk afford. b
Tickets on sale at V 8 Ejkpre.sa
office. 817 Pennsylvania avenue: 313
016. 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
fc O ticket office, corner 15th street
anil 2cw York avenue, and on board
steamers, where time table, map.etu,
can also be had.
Any other information deidred will
be furnished on application tcr theun-
dcrsigned at the company's wharf,-
foot ot 7th st., Avashiugton, D C
Telephone No. 750.
JNO. CALLAHAN, beneral Manager.