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:5sC3-'-"0"'-i -- 5"--" .,- yy-t'scTs'3'?s-SST,--s!k' -"-aw ir-rf.c;75 THE MORNING - TIMES,- SATUEDAT,- SEPTEMBER 28, 1895. 4 t. i TheWashinston Times (IIOEXINO, ETEMDjr, ASB 3CMDIT.) OWSED AND ISSUED VT The Washington TIhim Compaaj-. TIMES BD1LDISO. 0LTnWI5T COHKER rSSSTLTiSIA''ATISOB AND Tr.vrn Strkei Telephone Editorial Rooms, 111. Business Office, 317. rr'ceS'srnlne or Erenlne Edition. -One Cent Sanday Edition Tnroo Coats. Vontblyfcy Carrier Alornlnc and Sunday- Thlrty-flTe Centi Eenins Tfclrty Conn " 3tamlnff, 1 iTrninsaod- rimCtTO bsuday, J VASIIIXGTON. D. C, SEPTEMBER 2S. 1833. Ealiscrlbera to "Ttie Times" will confer a favor by promptly reportlns nny discourtesy of collectors, or nog lect ot duty ou the part ot carrier. Com plaints eltlier by mall or lu per cou will rcootvo prompt attention. Tuo Morning Kdltlon nliouU bo de llTored to all parts of tUo city by 0:30 o'clock a. m., Including Sunday. Tile K enlns Edition fcuould be In tlie liatids of bubncrlbria not later tliuu '50 p. in. Tiin Turns still leads. i'Iii Circulation of the Star Is Fnlllns Of f The Public Knows Its Friend. Tho aggregate circulation of the Star last week was 170,477. Thai of The Times Traa 213,105, which dhows a circulation of 42.GS8 more than the Star. Whether or not this increase is due to the snarling of flste dog weekly publications which "some one" has set at the hecis ot The Times would bo difficult toilet ermine, but tliallsquiteanat ral inference. TheTimes is decidedly the best dally in Washington, and the more advertising it secures the greater will be Its circulation. It is possible to fool the public occasionally by insinuations and monkey-paw abuse, but when Ihe object of such attacks is really deserving there can be but one result an Increase of popularity. I, J. Hilton Young, ca&hier of The TVasn lngton Times Company, do solemnly swear that the accompanying statement Is true and currect, to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. HILTON YOUKO. Monday, Bepicrutier 10 31,011 Tuesday, fceptemucr 17 31,433 Wcdiie-day .September IS 31,705 Thursday, feplemuer 11) 31,non Fridav. rtep'.ember 20 31,023 Saturday, Hcptenjtr 21 32,22.- Sunday, fcepteiubei 22 22,'JDO Total fur week 213,105 Sworn fu before me this 23d day of September. A. 1). 189D. EDWARD T. THOMPSON. Notary Public. The proposition of The Times to furnish n sixteen-page newspaper, in two editions, morning aud evening, for fifty cVnts a month, is proving exceedingly popular. In addition to this offer subscribers re ceive a twenty page Sunday paper, which is not equaled in the city. For fifty cents a month, or about one and two-thirds cents a day, readers are given the morning and evening editions ot The Times on every weekday, and en Sunday are furnished with a mammoth twenty-page paper. The advantage ot publishing a daily newspaper in two parts is greater than many suppose. Throughout the world news events arc gathered by the grtal press associations and distributed twice eaiu day, morning and evening. News papers that publish only one edition must necessarily give readers cither morn ing or evening news that is stale. The Times publishes in its two editions both the morning and evening news and de livers it freati ns soon as gathered to all its many readers. Before breakfast each morning sub scribcrs are furnished all news, foreign, domestic aud local, of the previous night. In its morning edition, and by 5 o'clock in the afternoon, the events which have trair-plred during the day arc laid before readers in the Evening Times. In this way Washington people are given a sLt teen page paper in two editions, for fifty cents a month, and the news they tend is always the latest, brightest aud best. Try the Morning and Evening Times for one month and ou will not find it necessary to take any other dally news paper. POOK JACK IS ILI.-THKATKD. It is a Bad commentary on the condition of our merchant marine when a govern ment commission reports that there Is greater brutality practiced on board Ameri can vessels than on thoseotanyotueruntion. The object in appointing the commission was to ascertain. It possible, the reason why our navy could not secure enough sailors to man Its vessels, and the mem bers ot the commission report as foilws: "We vImiihI the olllces of shipping ngents aud lioth tlierc and along the streets nf round plenty of idle seamen, who told us horrible tales of brutality and hardship, and ou boarding rhlps v. e found that the claims telling forth that the n-amen were underpaid, overworked, jiooriy fed, and ufed like slaves, w ere altogether too true. The government knows now why the Navy cannot secure men enough to man Its shins. We proved that there is more brutahty practiced on board American ships than on those of any other nation, .-mil I am plcared to Hate tl'at our recommendations andjidvice were recognized as valuable. "We are ready for a big fight, and on the first day or the next i-j,ion of Con gress a bill - ill be introduced by the com missioner ot navigation, Mr. Chamberlain, who has just returned from a trip to Eng land, made for the purpofe of studying the Uritish eysicm of protection for sailors, and -nill do all in his i.owcr to recurc Hie passage of similar legislation by the next Congress." It is commonly believed that the day had. gone by when sailors were clubbed and starved as a pastime for brutal officers, but it would seem that this cruelty is still practiced, and that it will not be stopped until Congress gives us more effective laws to prevent It. Poor Jack's lot Is bard enough without bis being subjected to the treatment of a dog, and penalties can not be made too severe for the punishment of those who persecute him. By all means, let him have better legal protection. ' GEN. SCIIOFir.LD'S ItKTIItEMENT. With an honorable record in the servlce- of his country. Gen. John McAllister Scho rield, the fourth lieutenant general of the army, retires from active duty to-morrow, nd with his retirement the rank expires. General Schofield'a name may not stand as high on the Ecroll ot fame as do the names of bis predecessors for to few men It is given to achieve fame as brilliant as that of Grant and Sherman and Sheridan but nevertheless It will be always cherished ;iTRDE,SKjBPMiCLQ with pride by the American people. He rfna Vfeallanf officer In the great civil war, and after its terminatioa, though Etill identified with the army, discharged otlierotticialdutlcswitbconspicuousabiUty. Not the least eminent of these was his mission to France, which was largely 1b irumental in determining Napoleon III to withdraw theTrehcti troops from Mexico thus leaving . tlm unhappy Maximilian to his fate and oiienlng the way for the Mexican republic of to-day. In many other ways General Schoficld distinguished hira celf, and now that he has arrived at that period at which the law determines that ho mutt lay down bis command, he will retlro Into privatelife.followcd by thegoodwlsUea aud the esteem ot his fellow-citlzins. THAT CURAT UASGEIt. It seems strange those In charge of the work of constructing tho amies to the Printing "Olf ice have only discovered tho great danger to human life through a collapse ot that building. The prosecution ot Contractor McVaugli lias unqucstionably qulckcncdlheirconsciencesandlnastnlcot feverish ajarmjilicr testify that 2,700 peo pie are in imminent danger ot being killed. Had aifaltcmprnot been made to punish a contractor. for.vin!ating the eight-hour law, the public would either have con-' Unued"to"ilVe In'bhssful Ignorance of the possibility- of-a -horrible catastrophe, or there. wou(d. liav? been an accident to which the failing of the old Ford Theater would have compared as the crushing of a grasshopper does to the sinking of an Iron clad. If ihe necessity of completing tlio annex is so urgent and if the employes of the PnntingOfflco are exposing themselves to such great risk the men In charge of tho work aro guilty of gross neglect of duty, andshouldatoncemakeamendsbycoveruig tho building with workmen and completing it regardless of exiense and without un necessary delay. But perhaps there will be less, danger, now that Contractor Mc Vaugli has been acquitted. The several failures to convict persons arrested for violating the eight-hour law demonstrates plainly that so far as con tract work Is concerned the law Is a dead letter.""No -cspert builder, contractor, or govcrnrucntJtficial will testify to con vict a contractor against wiiom Informa tion has been filed, and an emergency can generally be found to secure an acquittal. STREET CAR TRANSFERS. The reported negotiations of the Belt, Eckington and Columbia lines for a system :f transfers Is good news for the people of Washington. It Is to be hoped that the arrangement may be speedily consum mated. Experience has shown that while the publlc"rcaps a large advantage by these transfers.-the railway companies in the end are, and properly ought to be, the beneficiaries, for In proportion as they cheapen travel they Increase their patron age. This latest arrangement, moreover. Is a step in the direction of a general transfer system for all lines In the District, which will still further accommodate the public The horrible accident on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad near Tunnelton, W. Va was doubtless the result of the niggardly economy that company practices in its ffforts "to save money. As Is evidenced by the management of Its affairs In this city, human life is of little value In the minds of lis officials when compared to dollars and cents, and the time is coming when the public will record an indignant protest against such disregard of either the safety of its employes or passengers by refusing to patronize the Baltimore aud Ohio railroad except In cases of necessity. If the administration would remove that Mora claim mote from Its official eye when considering the Justice of protecting the Cubans from Spanish barbarity a, better reason would present Itself for being pre pared to recognize the Cubans as belliger ents. The payment of theMoraclaimsbouId in no way act as a bar to Interfering In" behalf" df ' the Cubans In the name of humanity, for If Spain carries out her threat of trying to end the war by hoist ing the black flag it will be necessary for fjis country to adopt measures to protect the Cubans from useless slaughter. A pretty rpruce little craft, that English Spruce IV. It they come together at Dallas, Corbett will play the Texas steer and Fitzslmmous will be the cow-puncher. Come to think of It, Judge Pryor, ot New York city, adopted a rate method of revenging himself when he denounced mothers-In law from the bench. II the old lady kicks lie can have her arrested for contempt of court. The headlines of a New York paper announces "Grovcr's bust held," but it should be understood that It was a statu ette, and not an ordinary intangible bust that was placed in limbo. The attempt of the sugar trust to make votes for the Gorman candidates by fur nishing sweetening for the campaign will be like tempting yellow Jackets with iciokfssas. " "" "" lurely tlie'caglc on tho New York blanket ballot will Ecrcam with delight when Boss Piatt places bis stamp 'on it next election day. Neither liquor nor tobacco is taxed in Cuba, and j et Its people arc fighting against unjust treatment. Following the usual custom, the Texas Itgislature willl)6'cntitleil to front scats at the Corbett-Fitzslmraons prize fight. All is quiet in the Blue Grass State. The campaign has filially simmered down to an ordinary political contest, In which the excitement Is limited to poker plajing and whisky jstraignts. The Croker that refuses to talk on the political situation Is not the one the pub lic is accustomed to. The memory possessed by a Pittsburg theosophist, who distinctly remembers hav ing bad four trials at earthly bliss, would be a great comfortjo some of our office seekers. The time of their long suffering outstrips an ordinary recollection. Thieves Illow Open a Sato. Newark, N. J., Sept. 27. Thieves broke open the Pcapack station of the Rocka way Vaflcy Railroad early this morning and stole-a-number-of express packages. The safe was blown open with powder and rifled of its contents, $100 and several packages of tickets. JIIsMiik Steamer Arrives. -Green JJay.-Wls.r-Sept. 27. The missing steamer Nahant, sixty hours overdue, arrived this morning. Her low. the Oueen .City, jvcntao .pieces on Hog Island Beef. Both were coal-laden from Cleveland to 5reen Bay. . OTGMIHEGOLO State Department Notified That' the Mora Drafi Is Cashed. SEOEETAEY OLHEY'S TASK Duty of I'artitlimlnc It Among tho Claimants h Delicate One Pending Suits mid- IHiKslblu Complications. SuKgi-Ktloii Tlmt AllCIalmantxMeet Here in Conference. The Mora draft Las been paid and tho money is now subject to the order ot Sec retary Olney. Less than two weeks ago, on Saturday, September 14, the Spanish minister, Dupuy deLuuicgavu the draft on theSpanlEli fiscal agent in London, to Acting Secretary of State Attcc, the time for its delivery accord ing to thedemandsmadeby Secretary Olney, expiring Septehiber IB, which dule hap pened to fall on Sunday. Secretary Olney returned from his vaca tion the toilou uig Monday nn.l took charge of thecase. The Secretary, It is understood, forwarded thedmct to New York, for trans mission to Loudon on the first steamcrand the prompt way lu which it was paid snows that tuere has been no attempt al diploma tlo delay in settling up the account. Tuis ariernoou cabled to the Secretary announced that the draft was pjld to-day and the net prcceeda ($1,449,0U0 in gold) placed to the credit of the Secretary of state in the sub-Treasury or the United States at New York. It now remains for Itc Secretary to dis tribute tlictuiu amount lie persons interest ed ar.d this seems to be a task of seme diffi culty, owing to tLo many atslgnments of claims that have been made. Extending ocr a period of twenty-five years, aud having passed through the hands of numerous attorneys, it Is to be ex pected that there would be more or lets of a conrllct among claimants Just what the Secretary will do lias Lot yet bten de termined. Two expert clerks have been for some time docketing these assignments and get ting them In fhaiie, and their task ! not completed by any means. When all the known assignments have been ananged Ihe Department will Mill be unable to m? that no more rxlct. Meanwhile one suit in injunction has been begun and others are threatened. It lias been suggested that Inasmuch as all these conflicting assignments growing out of tho 40 per cent set apart for at tornejs' fees ami other expcnies there is no reason why Mora, who gets the remain ing OU per cent, and who is tho chief bene ficiary, should nut bo promptly paid his share, although he might lie required to give an indemnity bond. Tills is merely a suggestion, however, and maybe ignored entirely by the Secretary. Willi tho threat of suits Impending, a prominent official this afternoon made another suggestion which was that an In vitation be sent all known claimants to meet In conference and settle their claims amicably, otherwise the final distribution may !iae to drag its weary way through the courts. HIS FRIENDS STAND 1JY HIM. nx-rire-miiii TVenzel's Cnwo Not Yet Ended, Tliey Sny-- The friends of ex-Fireman Wcnzcl, upon whose petition for a rehearing Assistant Attorney Duvall reported adversely, have resolved, "as an act of Justice, to stand, by Mr. Wcnzel." and, it Is said, there will be a delegation of 100 citizens to call on the Commissioners some day, next week to restate their appeal. In a letter addressed to the president of the board and delivered to-day, the re port of Attorney Duvall is characterized as "a tissue of misrcprcsenttilliins to cum bis own neglect to expose the Injustice done three joung men." As stated in The Evening Times of yes terday, the assistant attorney held that the findings of the trial board in exoner atingForcmanWalshandstigmatizIng Wcn zel and his two comrades as unworthy of bellet were correct, being Justified by the evidence adduced at the investigation. What steps will now be taken has not been ilearly indicated, but the delegation that called upon President Itoss several weeks ago then Indicated the Intention of appealing to me court tor u public trial, at which the facts connected with the Walsh investigation should lie fully exposed. SUMMERS TRIES AGALV. Another Suit Entered by Him Airulnst William Hiclmrds. James T. Summers yesterday again sued William A. Richards and others to have set aside a sale of personal property, including ccows, tugs and gravel digging machines, made by Mr. Kiehards to other defendants. A similar suit was recently brought by' Summers, but the case was dismissed by Judge Bradley. The petitioner asked for the removal of. IUchnrds as trustee and receiver and the appointment ot another in his stead. An accounting from the defendant named was also asked for. Mr. Summers claims that he made a deed of trust to Mr. Richards April 27, 1605, an dreJges, tugs, scows and other articles used in digging and removing sand and gravel, together with the lease of extensive gravel deioslts on the Potomac A note ot $13,270 was thus secured. At the time of executing the deed Mr. Richards knew that the complainant bad HMe funds, but promised to be lenient with lilm. As readily as possible, however, he sold the property to fictitious buyers, who, in turn, conveyed it to liimcelf. This was done to deceive Summers and he accuses Kiehards of now reaping the benefit of hia alleged traud. "THE WIFE." Dellchtfnl Representation of This Favorite' Society Play. llelawo and DeMiHe's dellghtrul comedy. "The Wife." was revived at the National last night by the Lyceum Company before a large audience. The nlav needed no Introduction to the theater-going public of Washington, as it tias been presented nere numerous times by Frobman's admirable organization. LaRt night's performance lacked none of the finish and carefulness In respect to de tail which has always characterized the company's presentation of the comedy. Mr. Kelcev's portrayal of the character of John Rutherford, the wronged husband, was a finished and cleverly drawn piece of work, while Miss Irving's conception of the wife was both natural and effective. Messrs. Le Moyne. Hale and Grattan all have Important parts. The Juvenile comedy work of Mr. Fritz Williams and thccharmlng ingenue of Miss Kntberlne Florence are worthy of mention, the eclipse scene in the last act provoking much merriment. The handsome stage setting given the play added no little to lu effectiveness. "The Case of Rebellions Susan" will be repeated at the matinee to-day. awl the engagement will be brought to a close to-night with "The Charity Ball." Given Up for Lost. London, Sept. 27. The British ship Star of Austria, Capt. Russell, from Santa Bo salla, March 25, for S wansea and Falmouth, and the British ship Lord Spencer, Capt. Leahy, from San Francisco, April 9, for Qucenstown, long overdue at their respect ive ports of destination, have been given up for lost. The best effects at the least cost Is what wc strive after in bousepaper" ing and decorating it is ono of tlioso businesses n here exper ience plavs such an important part the decorator mu st bo nbl to jndgo what the effect will be before ho starts a job. We employ such kind of men. LONG Horace J: & Co., Carpets, Wall Paper, Window Shades, 524 Thirteenth St N. W. DRv WALKER -- , JtMttst. Jli"-n - Admitted that Dr. Walker has a record of cures such as haB never been achieved by any. other physician in tho treatnicat of all disorders of the brain and nervous system, diseases of the skin and blood, catarrh, asthma, consumption, dyspepsia, mnlarla. rheumatism, neuralgia, hemor rhoids." dlseosesf"pt women, aul'all affec tions ot the lungs, throat, heart, liver, stomach, kidneys, bladder, bowels, and other organs. Men suite-ring from nervous debility or loss of e-apaclty,, as a result ot overwork, mental worry, or past follleV-and ex cesses, are quickly restored to sound, vig orous manhood by Dr. Walker's treatment. Dr. Walker may be consulted free of charge, personally or by letter. nLs well kDown sanitarium at 1411 Pennsylvania avenue, adjoiuing Willard's Hotel, is orcn dallr for consultation and treatment. Of fice hours. 10 a. m. to C p. m.; Wednesday and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8; Sunday. 10 to 12. Charges for treatment very low. All iiilervlqws and correspondence sa credly confidential. No cases made public without consent of patients. AMONG THE WAGE-WORKERS Electricians Get Further Encourag ing Convention News. Several Unions Indorse tho Proscrip tion ot Kernaii's and Allen's rbc-atcrs Eight-Hoar Caso. AlargelyattendedmeetiagottheEIectrlcal Workers' Union, No. 26, was held last cve-n-ing at Schwartz's Hall, No. 827 8cvU-u street northwest. Communications from several unions throughout the country were read, stilting that tney bad can their vote tufa virotWash ington us the plaeo Tor holding the annual convention in iocmbcr next. At the next regular meeting an election for delegates to tlie.inntral convention will be held. A letter from Mr. Jordan, Ninth street, between E and F streets, was received, stating that In lie future he would employ none but union men. A special committee was appointed to wait on all the firms of the city doing electrical work aud endeavor to induce them to employ union labor exclusively. The reixirts rroru the coiinumee oh con vention, were very encouraging. The com mittee will meet again ou bunday next at H31 Eftreet atO p.m. Mr. Geoflje Ntleu was elected an honorary member.. Journeymen House Painters, L. A. 1708, K. ot L-. met in regular session last even ing at Harris' Halk corner Seventh and D streets northwest. The committee on "unfair list" was Instructed to communicate with all labor organizations, throughout the country and t-ollcit their aid lu Inducing all travel ing troops to object to showing at Ker naii's theater until Its differences with organized labor were settled. One new member was inltrjted and three applications for membership were received. A resolution Imposing u fine on any member proven guilty ot smoking non union cigars -was adopted. A special meeting of the National Al liance of Theatrical Stage Employes w.v held last night in their rooms at No, 130t E street northwest, for the purpose of re ceiving applications of stage employes of Allen's Grand Opera House, which lias for some time been en the unfairiist. The applications were referred to a rom mlttee for Investigation and a report will be made on the proposals at a meetlngto be held the first Sunday in October. The meeting was latgety attended and besides the ro'ithle' business transacted, a cozn mltte'c of three was appointed to act In conjunction with the Route Pnlnvrs' As sembly about the action of the union in placing Kenian's on the unfair list. A committee was also appointed to act on the question of the proposed labor bureau and workmen's library , , The assembly also pas-,ed a resolution 'hat any member caught attending either of the theaters. on the unfair list would be punished by cxpclslon from the nlltane-e. A Inrgcly attended and enthusiastic meeting ot Bricklayers' Union. No. 1, was held Inst evening, corner of Seventh and L streets. President Levi In the chair. A verv spirited dUeUhslon of the Gov ernment "Printing Office, eight-hour law ease occupied n great part of the session, but no definite action was taken. The matter, it Is understood, will be brought up again at the next meeting.. , , The Labor Day i-ommltteernade Its final report, aud all bills were ordered paid. Three new members were Initiated, and three applications lor introbershlp were received. THEIR SESSIONS ENDED. Colored Episcopal Workers Ailjonrn to Meet In Charleston. Right Kev. S. P. Ferguson, colored Episcopal bishop of West Africa, celebrated communion yesterday at the" conference of the workers ot the P. E. Church among colored people, and Right Rev. Lclghton Coleman, bishop of Delaware, preached an Impressive sermon. The following committees were an nounced: On state of the church Revs. JI. L. Phillips, of Phlladephia; George T. Bragg, of Baltimore, a'nd J. W. Johnson, of Rich mond, Va, On divinity schools and Christian educa tion Revs. Miller, Cain and Perry, and Messrs. Dcniar and Bradford. The conference, then took a recess, Jn order that the woman's auxiliary could or ganize, which was effected by the se lection of the folluwing- officers: President. Mrs. O. P. Bragg; secretary, Mrs. L. M. Kelly; Treasurer, Mrs. M. Brodle. The afternoon session was devoted to Hie reading o't the following papers: "Harruuny Among Church Workers," "Woman's Work in the Church," "Rule of Service." These were discussed by Miss Jlamle Payne, of New York; Miss S. P. Pcmbleton. of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Alex ander, of New York. -A short missionary meeting was held in the evening, after which the conference vloscd to meet next year at Charleston, S. C. THE OCTOBER McCLURE'S For sale everyahen Saturday, Sept. 28, C03TAKJS : Grant . Lincoln In Bronze The life size ir-riicf z'sizi' by G'SsrTan and Latin fcr ts.c ZraQ'x.y .-Icairii -ci. lucniy mcs:raica Stevesasom YeSow ?iict ; the Koass of S!d isMcs. The lc!dcroo2 of tie Princes: Ccr ac4 er Ian fl-ssLsren A Master of Eecei a raa'city Story. GeiieraB Fllles' ages from jtjuU uy &- p-cect. tare. The London -"Tames" With pcttraas o: joan va ter ire nrsr, we I founder of the "Tines," his son, grandson, land great graniso? tJe reseat oiracrand other lilustraticcs. 37as:eCrcsa.- , Ar.d many c&'.r-ilzusf eziziercsHne articles and stories. 10 Cents a Copy-: $1.00 a Year." w-" S.S.MCCLURE, Ltd ffiffffff3 Gaslight Exhibition to-nigh from 6 to 10, of oar fazaoai $16,000 Painting; "After tha Btorra," for tat snoclal convsaletoi of thoio who and it difiUult to corns dnring tha dsy. We want everybody to sea it Ererbody invited. ft If you've been paying $15, $20 or $25 to have your clothes made to order, we'll guarantee to duplicate the satisfaction for$10, $12 and $15 ready made and give you ten times the variety to select from. It's easy enough to prove. Select a suit, and if it doesn't "pan out" come back and get your money. Save you something in shoes, too. bOc for our kind of Scan's Is another sarins. Now you need a Fall Overcoat. Saks and Company Pa. Ave. and 7th St "Saks" Corner." CENTER ECKINGTON, situated at the intersection of RHODE ISLAND AVENUE AND FOURTH STREET, north of thecitv, ENTRANCE OF THE BALTIMORE BOU LEVARD into the city of "Washington. Catholic University of Amer ica and Soldiers' Home Park situated just north of the prop erty. The rapid suburban growth of "Washing-ton in future will be along- the line of Rhode Island avenue towards Balti more. Lots bought in this sec tion at present prices will soon double in value. For full particulars, maps, and price list of lots, call on E.H.HAIGHT, DANIEL & AMTT, 21IO F Street, or 1313 FStreet N.W VENDUE, D FORTY-FIKST ST., BROADWAY AND FORTY-FIRST NEW YORK CITY. A Modern n re -Proof Hotel containing 30J rooms, 00 with bath and toilet attached EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms, SI. SO; Large Rooms, Siand with private bath, $2.50 and upward per day. RESTAURANT, CUISINE AND SERVICE UNEXCELLED. In close proximity to the principal theaters and tbo shopping: district. Five minutes from Grand Central and West Shore Dcpots L0UIS L. TODD, J. II. TlFr, Owner, Manager. Dr. Ecewlth's new discovery In Electric ity THEKMO-OZOXE BATTERY. This discovery Is of the most vital Importance to the s!c, because It furnishes families with a means of curint disease at its beginnlnc by homo treatment. The method is by a gentle current ot galvanic electricity and the conveyance of oxygen, ozone and medicine into the blood or human severs where disease originates. Its curali70 valuo Is proven by over B.0U0 pbrstclacs. Electro-Calvano Plaster by S. R. BECWITH, M. D. The only Medlcatol Ilaster eror made where the medicine it contains is conveyed through tbe slln to the diseased part, the force of current sending the medicine into tissues be neath plaster. rriucipte fully explained la circulars, Seut on request. Tho public are lnrlted to call and investigate. L. H. BAXTER, Agent. Rooms 4 and 5, 707 G Street. Opposite 1 n icl Uillicc. Ec'J,cod-tf The paper on which The Wash ington Times is printed is made by The: Jay Paper Mfg. : Co., C.S. FAULKNER. Sole Agent, Times Bulldinsr. New York City. WEST VIRGINIA BLOW. Burn Carried A w-ny WltU Nineteen ilcitlult. Central City, W. Va., Sept. 27. A hurri cane passed over Green Bottom, twenty miles south of here, yesterday afternoon, doing great damage to property. A turn belonging to Sheriff Jenkins was blown away, and of the nineteen men who were Inside-at the time John Nance,' Will Gduldsby, Tim 'Bloke and Isadore Clark, were so seriously injured that their recovery is doubtful. mm? w LOOKING UP. yk BECKWtTRj5-C0 f 2 I IruMQSjZQNtBWTEHf I a a 'Stffcto o o ' S0VJI 9 o O.0 o 0 0 o 00 0 0 0SSjaB3'0 0.0 &. j" X3aHH o V 00 yQ 0 o 0 ff- m n -5 0 if m 0 oS a ro 0 0 00000O00OO0OO0OOO0O 00000000O0OOOO0O0O0 O0 000000000A0000O.0 0 AMUSEMENTS. 2 DAYS. JWedvandThurs. ONLY! Oct.2 and 3. North Capitol and M Streets. Time Waste is EzBlftst M is Life." THE CENTURY'S.SENSATION BUPPRLO BILL'S WILD WEST AXD Ccdpss ol Rongii Riders el flie World. Hoftl.RGPY 'BUFFALO film IttJIndIanlVarrior5COffaI)tIIa,BrtiIe,I7iirapappa, Mom, Ct.p7e1.na a ad Arapahoe triU, 2 American Cowboys, 30 American Vaquerna nd Ktiralies, CO touth American Gauchos, tit West ern Frontiersman, MarXflinea, etc, 25 Union In Arnbfl, -0 Kusslaa "ossartta of the Caucasus, Detachments of Unite! States CnTaJrj". Koyal Irlh-i:nplln Lancers. French Chasseurs, Ger man Cuirassier. Petit rorrs lArroee. All un der tho leaaeratip of V. y. Codx Eaffalo BlIL The LAST OF THE BUFFALO! ONLY IIERD OX EXHIBITION1. This Enonnou Outfit 1 transported la Spec'at KaiIradTraln3carr7tr.aU tho Parapherna lia necesaarj to a CO VICi:iI ic.l D T.yl seating ?0,00J persons. On day ol antral there will be given a Free Street GaialcadB Tho March III b Entiwntd tj THREE 114 C NIF1CEXT I51MJS OP .MCS1C. IeJ Djr tno Famc!. WorM-traveled BUFFALO MIX' COW IXJV BAND. . Two MWim Daily. Ham cr Ebbs ! Everr afternoon nt2 o'clock. Fvcrr Xlsbt at S o'clock. Doors Open One Hour arllrr. GENERAL ADMISSION, 50 CENTS. CHILDHEXO.DiK 9 YEARS, 23 CEXTS. Seat sold on days of Exhibition at DROOP SOX'S 31 usic Store, 8J5 rennu. Ara. kxccksioxs. ww- Norfolk and Washing ton Steamboat Co. Ererj darinlhayearfor Fortress 3Ion rce, Xorfollr. I'crrsmouih, and all points South and boatnwest br tho paw erf al neir Iron, palaca -learners XerporE Kaws," "orlollr a"d "Waahluston,' leaTln-r dally on. the tononinc schedola fecthbound. Xcrthbonad. Z.V VTasn'ton 7.00 pm .LT.PartsmoT- 5:60 pn Lv Alex'd'ia. 7:30 inn iTjTorfolIc . 6:10 pra Ar rt,SIonr'eG:30 am J.v.Fr:lIonroe 7:20 pm ATjJortnlk .. 7:a0amjAr.Alex'dr!a 6-00 am Ar.Portsm'b -H.OU nm&r Vasli'irtonG30 aa VISITORS TO THE ATLANTA. EX POSITION and tlie resort-! n; Knrtn-:- Monroe. Virginia Bent-a and Florida will find this a Tery attracti-re route. -i it breaks tbn mon-iton-r ot an all-rail ride. Ticket oh sale at C13. Gin. 1421 Peiinsytrariia avenue. B. A O. tict-ec offli?. corner Fifteenth treetand New York avenue, and on board Heamers, where time-table, map. etc. can also be hod. J.Stt CALLAHAN. GES. UANAGER. THOSE TTSa. UAlL.nOADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. 1TATI03 CORNER OF tlXTH A"0 B STREETS Tn Effect Sent.0, 1805. 10 30A. M. rENNSYI-VANIA LIM ITED. -l'ullin-tu Sk-t-pin-r. Dlnin-r. Smok Inz. and Olaervation Coxa llarmtar-r to Chicago. Cincinnati. Indianapolis. St Louis. ClevcLind. acd Toledo. Barrel Parlor Car to Harrlslwr-r 1O.30 A. ar. FAST LINE. rnllman jBuftci Parlor Car to Uarrlstmr-r. Parloi and Dlnliur Cars. Harisban; lo l'itu bunr. 3 40 I. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS KXl'KEtiS. Pullman Barrel Parlor Car to Harrlsburs. Sleeping and Dlninp; Cars. Ilariiburs to St Louis. Cincinnati. Louisville, and Chlcaso. TO.O l. M. WESTERN EXPRESS. ' HarrUburs to Cleveland Dinins Car to Chicago. T1Q P. M- SOUTHWESTERN EX PKES3. Pullman Sleeping and Dinine Cars to St. Louis, and Blecplns Car, Harrisburc lo Cincinnati. t0,40 P. M.-PACIFIC EXrHESS Pnllman Blceuinc cartoPlttsbarR. T.EO A.. M forKaLe.Canandaisoa. Kocliester. aud Niatara Falls daily, ex cept Snndav 1 0.30 A. 2VT forElmlra and Kphoto, daily, except Bunday. For Wllliama port dallr. 3.40 p. ru- 7Vl o P M. for WMIarnspnrt. Roches ter. Bnfralo. and Niajrar.- Falls daily, except Saturday . Willi eleeplnc car Wasa Inctou tu Suspension Bridge via Buffalo. TOIO P M". for Erie. Canandalsua. Rochester. Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dailv. sleeping car Washington to Elmira For l'lilludeIpIila,.New York and tbo East. A.OO I3t. "CONGRESSIONAL LTM ITi.D" Ail Parlor Cars, with Dlnlnir Car from Baltimore, for New York dally, for Philadelphia tveck-dT9. Kegu- I., n T K fTtinim f-o . - i Cl fid 10.00. (Dininc Can. and 11 DO (Dining Can a. ru.. 12715.3.15. 4.2(..40. 10.00, and 11.35 p. ra. On Sunday, 7.0 1 IDtnlns Can. 7 20. ft.OO. 11.00 (Dintug Can a m..2.1S..126.96.36.199a,G..0, 10.00. and ) 1 35 p. in. For Philadelphia, only, Fabt Express 7.C0 a. m. week-days. Ex press 2.01 and. 5.40 d. m. daily. For Bo.tou. withour chauire, 7.50 a. m. week-days, and 3.15 c. m. dally. For Baltimore. G.25. 7.03. 7.20. 7.00. 0.00. 10.00. 10.30, 11.00 and 11.50 a. n, 12.15. 2.01. 3.15. 3j40 (4.00 Limited). 4.211c 4.36. &.40. 6.05. 6.40, 7.1U. 10.00. 10.40. 11.15 and 1 1.35 p. m. On Son day. 7.05, 7.20, 9.00, 9 05. 10.30. 11.00 a.rn. 12.15. 1.15.2.01.3.15. 3.40(4 00 Limited). 4.20. 5.40. G.05. 6.40. 7.10. 10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 D-ro. 'For Pope's Creek Line. T.so a. ra. and 4.36 p. m. dally, except Sunday. For Annapolis. 7.20, 9.00 a. ra.. 12.15 and 4.20 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sun days. 9.00 a. in. aud 4.20 p. m. Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich mond. Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.30 a. m.. 3.30 p. m. daily. Richmond, and Atlanta. 8.40 p. ra. dally. Richmond only. 10.57 a. ra. week-days. Accommodation for Quantlco. 715 a. m. dally, and 4:25 p. nj. week days. For Alexandria, 4.30. 6.35. 7.4C. 8.40. 9.45. 10.57, 11.50 a. ru.; 12.50. 1.40. 3.20. 4.25. 5.C0. G.37. 6.15. 8.02. 10 10. and 11.39 p. m. On Sunday at 4.30. 7.45. 9.45 a. ru.: Z.45. C.15. 8.02. and 10.10 p. ru. Leave Alexandria- for WaiMnrton, S.oa, C.43, 7.05. 8X0. 9.10.- 10.J5, 10.2s! a. m.: 1.00. 2.15. 3.00. 3.23, "COO, B.30. 6.13. 7.U0. 7.20 9.IO. 10.52. andll.08p.ru. 0nSundayat188.8.131.52. 10.28 a. m.: 2.15. G.30. 7.00. 7.20. 9.10, and 10.52 p. ni. Ticket offices, northeast comer of Thir teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, end at the station. Sixth and B streets, where orders can be left for tho chectlnc ot baggage to destination from hotels and tesldences. NJ jf KIP H !!- I AMTISE5IEKT3. BASEBALL! At National Park TO-DAY. WASHINGTON -vs- BOSTON. Came called at 4 o'clock p. m. Admission, 25 and 50c. BLIOU TILEA-IEK. Wee Commencing 5ptetnb9r 23. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Waller Sanford's Superb production of the Great Scenic Melodrama, The Struggle of Life. A Neir Story of Thrilllne Local Interest, Il lustrated with a series of Marvelous Stag Pictures. G RAND OPERA HOUSE. ruwAitu u. allex, Manager WEEK OF SEPTEMBER Si Matinees Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew in tho first production of tha now come ly, "THE BACHELOR'S BABY," By COTNE FLETCHER, Under ths direction of McKEE RANKW, -win also appears la tho casL N.i: VeoS-TUDD-NllEAD WIL30S. Seats on e-ila. LAFAYFTTS SQUiHE Jkk of. J. W. AUJAEGU, Manastr. OPE.NS I SEATS SOW OX SALE .MONDAY I AT ...... a MEIZatOTTb MUSIC ST0E Lillian Russell company. The Tzigane. "A Perfect Opera Production." -JVJEW NATIONAL TUEATEE. -- Last appearancs this season of Daniel Frohman's LYCEUM THEATER COMPACT, 01 TO-DAY AT : OP NEW YORK. TO-NIGirr ATS, The THE CASE OF -Charity-Bail. REBELIOUS SUSAN. Next Weefe-LITTLE cniUSTOPnER. A' CADC31V Pricw25, 50. 75canal.00 wea. ana eat rotsj5 ana suaiietenea mi To-day 25 at 2. 50 THE GREAT ELECTRICAL DRAMA Shaft No. 2 Presented br FKAXR LOSEE aad a Capable Comoanv- wVoU The White Rat. JERNAN'S LYCEU?ftTHEATE R AU this vcefc. "THE TNNAXT WU.'NER.'' Fields and Hanson's Dr&vuing Cards. An oranizatlcD rcmposetl of absolnio artisU. 10 NOVEL FEATURES 10 w"aEnss9llErfls, Csniete. SECOND GRAND Tournament, Bali I Bariiecue AT BUENA VISTA, By J. J.BINDEH.the Caterer of the Potomao Gf rraac-Amrican Pleasure Clah, and IIENitlT EIUGofCicsbcro, MONDAY.Scptembcr30, IS95, At 1 o'cloU: o. m., eharp. GRAND PRIZE BOWLING. iS vai ha divided. Bowling starts at It o'clock a. m. RfilSS JEEflYjM Black. Metzerott Music Hall, WEDNESDAY EYMiJ, QCT9BSS 3, 1335. At S o'CIock. ADMISSION . 50 CENTS Reserved seats . 75c and SI NEW NATIONAL EXTRA. Week beginuinc next llosday Seats Now On LITTLE Fnrr True u I WASf.-OTOX. CHRISTOPHER. Direct from 233 coo.ecutlYt clffUtsat PALMEITS OAli DBX THEATEI Y. Alt the original Features, :pecl&Itle3 and tee Origi nal Garden Theater Living Pictures. Sale REGULAR PRICES. Prof. Coming's Academy of Dancing This Academy Tffil be open for tlie reception ofpnplls WEDNESDAY KVKS1NG, October:, l 3Jd o'clock, at Costello's Ilall. BIO G street norttrrrcet. Exclusively for pcpils. Itatet reasonable. For circulars address A. 2. colt. NINO, DII I. street nortbwest. aeXt VIRGINIA Jockey Club, ST. ASAPH, VA. Racing Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until fur ther notice. rrreral Admission. 50 Cent. SIX liCE3 eacn day. First race a a. m. Special trains direct to grand staad from Slxtk tuet station at 10 anil 1:13 p. m.: outer tralal HiOaadliJa E. E. DOWNHAM. nENKY SCHULTZE. rrealdent Secretary. myis-ti Overlook Inn Is Perfect Now! Tie drfre b dellgtithil, Ku ecenerj Is faper tto boiet U txnoxceileZ ' MUSIC Every Evening. iqucbcs connect ai d, 5; jO, 0, otat 7, ;3U. 3, 859.9,10, XI. ispum. wlthllet car Line at am Tlt K fiT fr nnrt with "K1a fm ) UfK on. Vru Ava. ca. Fare, round trip, SSc Coach wiw iuo Aruauni at o p. ra,. aiopping ai Chamberlain's, thorenwn ami tbe JUIotjh, lards, thence by iray ot Pa. Are. fare, round, trip. K& y - r,-T -,, f .-.jfc-SJg!.g5i asJfejaaSfeyBc' -5,-T ift-S&a . -a