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-TT. -M-irp ., jFtr-imX Tjssf'w-ffliae!s
IS SERVED BY CARRIERS
AT 30 CENTS A MONTH.
"Help WanteA" anfl "Sitnatlons Wanted"
ci3aJ.m.ta.B sod ignla vio."
TWENTY-THIRD YEAH tfo. G,988.
WASHINGTON, 3). 0., SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27, 1890.
fRIOE two CENTS.
.-1iiMKrWiill Jyf awwiNMWi
THE QUEEN C1TV 01' THE HOUTII.
LOTS FOR SALE.
With a population ot 000.000, whe re, within
ten years, 87.000 new buildings hare been
erected, costing $-9),0O0,(JO0.
yiilps from every port rtilo at anchor In tree
harbor, anil In one jroar her exports hare In
creased 1 5.1,000,000. la there any other South
era city can make ench a showing J
We havo lust it lots left, 85x110 feet, In the
taost desirable part ot ths city. Only IS min
utes from the centre, In the most select and
Aristocratic neighborhood, ranging In price
from f 123 to K0. This Is the only chance
cow, and never again will there be An opportu
nity to buy lota at this prlco In the city ot Bal
timore. Even now, a mile beyond us, thoy are
nelllng lots for double the money. These
prices will only hold good for two week.
A FEW FACTS WORTH REMEMBERING.
That Baltimore Is tho Queen City of the
That she has a population ot about 500,030.
That she baa In ten years erected 37,000 new
buildings, costing 130,000,000.
That In one year her exports have Increased
That ships from every port ride at anchor In
That she controls the entire Southern and
much ot the Southwestern trade.
That she has mills, factories and Industrial
enterprises ot every arlety.
That eho has markets unexcelled.
That alie har(cnnrches, schools, colleges and
all educational advantages equal to any lu the
The little booming towns ot tho South, with
not a hundredth part ot the population, the
wealth, enterprise, factories, educational ad
vantages and home comforts to be had In Balti
more, are selling lots at from Ave to ten times
tho price we are asking for lots In the most de
sirable part ot the city. Only 13 minutes from
the centre. In tho most select and aristocratic
neighborhood, ranging in price from 0123 to
ltemember that property In the northwestern
section ot this city will go on Increasing In
wine from year to year. There Is no chance
tor a depreciation.
Lots In this section will pay better than any
ROBINSON, CLAltKE & CO.,
41-40 Atlantic Building, 923 and 030 F street,
Washington, 1). I!. detl-t
rpo the ruuLioT-
In Making Contracts for Brickwork.
JOSEPH W. COLLINS,
3150 P street northwest, wants to adrlsthe
public that he la Btlll contracting tor all brick
work. rromptfattentlon to work guaranteed.
Is Coming and I am Now Prepared to
Show You a Complcto Lluo ot
Including a Complete Lino ot the Popular
Umbrellas and Canes,
Taney Night Shirts,
Collars and Cuffs,
Neckwear, Gloves, (Suspenders
In fact, everything to add to the
comfort ot gentlemen. All the
above (roods are offered at
913 Pennsylvania Avenne.
Eleventh and 0 streets.
Announco the following Bargains for
ONE WEEK ONLY!
Itogers' Teaspoons 03c per set
Ordinary Price tLMporset
tstag Handle Carvers, fully guaran
teed , , 11,23 per pair
Ordinary price $1.50 per pair
Crown Fluting Machine $5 50 each
Ordinary price ?3each
Old Reliable Clothes-wringer 1,73 each
Our Entire Lino of Scissors at 10
Per Cent. Discount.
Coal Hods, 10 inches Ml
Ordinary price SO j
Also a Full Line ot Gas and Oil Stoves, Felt,
Weather Strips, Furniture Han
dles and Mechanics' Tools,
DARI1EU & ROSS,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Opposite Boston Dry Goods House.
PEN AN ACCOUNT
WOODS & CO.,
1100 F street northwest.
DEPOSITS, LOANS. EXCHANGE, COLLGO
Wo desire to call Special Attention to our
certificates ot deposit, Issued and bearing In
tcrest as follows, viz.:
B0 days, Interest 3 per cent, per annum,
GO dajs, Intorest 4 per cent, per annum.
HO days, Interest a per rent, per annum,
Issued for both largo and small amounts,
Hank opens 11,30. Closes 4 30. de3-lm
NEW SCALE KIMBALL PIANOS,
ELEOENT FINISH AND STYLE,
Indorsed by the Leading Artists ot tho World.
lor sale by
delO Iw W O. MENTZEHOTT CO.
THE GOODYEAR RUHIIEIt COMPANY
w Ishea to call attention to their superior
quality ot Rubber Shoes and Boots ot all uludi
for every class. Now, Ladles and (leutlemun,
we are the leading house ot this kind In the
city. Call and oxamlne prices, QOODYKAlt
RUBBER COMPANY, delMui
LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY.
Temporary Oftlcea: Corner Tenth and V streets
Under Act ot Congress Approved October
Subject to the Supervision ot tho Supreme
Court ot tho District of Columbia and tho
Comptroller of the Currency.
Receives deposits and allows Interest on bal
ances. Issues certiorates ot deposit.
Acts as Executor, Administrator. Guardian,
Trustee, Receiver, Assignee, Committee, ot the
Estate ot Persons Non Compos Mentis and
other business of a fiduciary character.
INTEREST and DIVIDENDS collected for
customers WITHOUT CHARGE.
Guaranteed Investments furnished. Notes,
secured by deed ot trust, for sale. Money
loaned on first-class collateral security and on
Our new building, at the corner ot Ninth and
F streets. Is being fitted up with Safo Deposit
Vaults unsurpassed for safety and convenience.
BnaiKAnn II. Waiinkh, President.
John Jot Edson, Vice-President.
War. 11. RoDiso-r, Secretary.
Wm. B. QcnLET, Treasurer.
Jons T. Ansis,
Ciias. B. Bailet,
Ciiab. S. BAKEn,
James L. lUimoun,
GKonaE E. Bartol,
II. 8. CCUMIKOS,
J. J. Dam-woton,
John Jot Edson,
John A. Hamilton,
Albeiit F. ox,
O. C. Queen,
Wu. B. QcnLET,
A. 8. W
Jortx 11. LinNER,
Oeorue F. Sciurzn,
N. II. SnEA,
Jontt A. Swore,
J. S. Swormstedt,
11. H. WAnmn,
A. A. Wilson,
L. I). Wine,
8. W, Woodwahd,
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR FUTURE
GEOROE WHITE & SONS'
-tO-J Maine avenue.
Finest Assortment ot
CELEDRATED FAIRBANKS S COLE'S
FAULTLESS I1ARDMAK PIANOS,
SUPERB "NEW SCALE" KIMBALL PIANOS,
FULL LINE OF SHEET MUSIC AND MUSIC.
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
1110 F street n. w. delStoJal
flHARTERED BY CONORESS 1313.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO.
Ot Washington, D. C.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 8133,000 00
Das never contented a loss by Arc, but always
makes prompt and liberal adjustments.
DR. DANIEL D. CLARKE, Prcst.
OEO. E. LEMON, Vlce-1'rcst.
CIIAS. 8. BRADLEY, Treas.
I. FENWICK YOUNG, Scc'y.
WILL P. HOTELKlt, Ass't Sec'y.
For the com enlcnce ot persons living In the
eastern and western sections ot the city, ar
rangements have been made by which they
can pay their gas bills during banking hours
NATIONAL CAPITAL nANR
WEST END NATIONAL DANK,
Bills paid otter tho 6th ot each month will
not bo entitled to the discount ot S3 cents per
1,000 cubic feet.
WASHINGTON OASLIGHT CO.
rpo THE PUBLIC.
Having retired from tho firm ot EMMONS &
11KOWN, I take ploasuro lu Informing my
friends and tho public that I can be found at
in) otllce, 001 Tenth street northwest, where I
am conducting a general
REAL ESTATE; LOAN and INSURANCE
Prompt and personal attention given to all
matters placed In my hands. Respectfully,
JAMES F. BROWN,
(i0l Tenth street n. w.
Telephono Call, 173 VI. norit lm
IrtORTHK PUREST AND BEST OALU'Olt
; ula Wines, at the mint reasonable prices,
go to Ilia bonoimi California Wlue Company,
317 Ninth street northwest,
dciaim JOSEPH NEUMANN.
Rrlckla) or and Contractor,
ISM Pennsylvania nicuue northwest,
Wants to advise the public thai Brickwork ot
Eery Description will receive Prompt Atten
tion at his hands. Boiler Setting and Bakers'
Ovens a Specialty, nor 2:1 lm
PRAYERS AND HYMNALS,
BLACK SEAL AND RUSSIA,
CHAPMAN & TAYLOR,
013 Pa. Ave. deltoM
A LAROE DEDUCTION WILL
BE MADE ON ALL
AT MY BRANCH
STORE, 411 SEVENTH
TO REMOVING TO
A FULL LINE OF
INGS AND PICTURES
OP ALL ORADES ARE
ON HAND AT MY
STORES, lWt PENN
AND 010 AND 411
W. 11. VEERHOFF, ART DEALER.
EASTON & RUPP,
Corner Pennsylvania arc. and Thirteenth et
Hate removed to Ml Eleventh street n. w
Opposite Star OIHce. de-333m
OFFICE OF THE MUTUAL FIRE INSUR
ANCE CO. of D. C, Washington, Dec.
10, 1800. Policy holders are hereby notified to
renew their insurance on or before tho LAST
MONDAY In DECEMIIER, 1300, for the year
1811. Please renew early and thus avoid the
crowd of tho last fow days.
delMt J. WESLEY BOTELER, Sec.
T EADINO INSTRUMENTS,
Moderate prices. Easy terms. Old Instru
ments taken In part pasment. Tuning and
repairing. Telephone IDS).
FRANK BUTLER, Manager,
031 F Street N. W.
13 North Charles Street, Baltimore.
ast Broad Street, Richmond, Va.
Ladles and Gents' Pockctbooks,
Plush and Oxidized Comb and Brush Cases,
Gold Pens and J'enclls,
Fine Illustrated Books, all Standard Works.
Fine Selection ot Music Boxes, My
CALL AND EXAMINE.
JOHN O. PARKER,
OlTand 019 Seventh Street Northwest,
ELEGANT LADIES' RESTAURANT,
Corner Tenth and 1 streets.
Theatre Parties n Specialty.
del3-lm Prompt Senile. Polite Attcntlou.
TOR AMERICAN WINES
Place Your Order With the
TO-KALON WINK COMPANY,
OH Fourteenth street n, w. nov23
PROPOS THE STRINGENCY Or THE
In these times ot the apparent Inse
curity ot many securities, the shrewd
ami loiiHcnulho Investor Is very apt to
turn to Life Insurance as the best of all
nfo Internments. Hero are a few ot tho
You pay In small Installments.
You run no risks.
You get from 4 to S per cent, com
pound lutcrcst. You secure protec
tion. Your heirs receive the amount of
your policy should you die and )ou re
celvo nearly as much again as you pay
In should )ou live until It matures.
Yon also recolvo this mouoy when
jou may want It most In your detlln
Imrvcars. Wuy hesitate about making such a
eafe, sensible and protltahlo Invent
meut" Yon cannot do hotter with j our
money, Have your llfo Insured.
BOWES & HALL.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society.
nov33 lm KM V street n. w.
CHARLES O, DUNCANSON.
Corner ot Ninth and D streets northwest,
Attend Promptly to Sales ot Every
FURNITURE, BRIC-A-BRAC, STOCKS,
REAL ESTATE, Jtc
Advances Mado and All Sales Settled
Personal Attention Given Same.
What lo buy for your husbands, sons, brothers
and friends for Xinaa presents in tho way of
MEN'S FURNISHING GOOD1.
Wo have prepared n very attractive lino of
NECK DRESSING IN THE VARIOUS
SHAPES, ALL-LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,
IN PLAIN WHITE AND FANCY IIOR.
DERS, ELEGANT MIIFFLEHS, GLOVES,
SUSPENDERS, UMBRELLA1. COLLARS,
CUFFS. HALF HOM1, NIGHT ROBES,
CUFF BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, Ac, c.
There Is nn better Holiday present than a
few ot Keep's l'lne Dress Shirts. K. M. U.
brand, Mc; it. brand, $t each; K. 1C. brand,
193. Best In the world.
We were fortunate enough to secure a large
lino ot ALL-LINEN HANDKEltUHIKl'S be
fore tho advanco In prices, consequently offer
you these goods at the OLD FIltCES. An elo
gant All linen Initial Handkerchief, 3 for ft.
Our S5c. Handkerchiefs are a (,'rcat bargain.
You are cordially lniltcd to Inspect the above
KEEP MANUFACTURING CO.,
OLIVER P. BURDETTE,
437 Seventh t. n. w.
BOLE AG'T FOR DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
ot the Washington and Georgetown Rati
wav Company for the election ot directors will
be held at the ofllro of the company, George
town, on WEDNESDAY, tho 11th day ot Janu
'Ihe polls will be opened at 10 a. m. and
closed at 12 m. Transfer books wilt be closed
on tho 7th of January, 1KI1, And opened on
January 1 1, WU. II HURT, President.
CM. KOONES.Secretnr. . do 19-1 1
HE WEST END
Nineteenth st. and Pa, avc, Washington, D. C.
G OVERNMENT G OSSIP
PoCTMAHTFtt AvroiNTKi). Chnrles K.
Drown was yesterday commissioned post
master at Venus, Va.
Navai. OnnKns. Passed Assistant En
gineer Harrie Webster has been ordered
from his present duties to duty lu Dureau
of Steam Ilnginccring.
OnnF.r.KD to Duty. Passed Assistant
Knglneer Wclstcr, U. 8. A., lias been
ordered to duty lu tho Dureau of Steam
Kngincoring, Navy Department.
CAI.LKO ON THE I'llEMIlKKT. Among tllO
I'residcnt'f callers to-day were: Attorney
ncnernl Miller, Senators Dolph and
Spooner, Reprcsentntlvo McKlnley, Itejv
resentutlvo Vun Schalck and ladies.
The Dny-Docu Commission. Tho now
members of tliodulf Dry-Dock Commis
sion vvcront the Department this morn
ing arranging for tho meeting of tho
Hoard nt New Orleans on the 5th of next
Tins InoQiiotH at 8 vmo v. Commanding
Olllcer U. S, S. Iroquois reports sailing
from Honolulu on November 8, 18.10, and
arrived nt l'nugo-l'augo, Tutulla, Samoan
Islands, on December 1, 1800. Olllccrs
and crew well;
HouiiiY Visitoiis. A messenger at tho
State, War and Navy Department said
this morning that, notwithstanding tho
disagreeable weather, ho had never before
known so many visitors nt tlio Depart
ment during tlio holidays.
llltii Sia.NED. The President today
signed an act, authorizing tho Howling
Green nnd Northern Pacific Railroad
Company to bridge llrcen and ltarleu
Rivers; also nn act authorizing tho city
of Albany, Ore,, to construct n bridge
ucross tho Willamette River In Oregon.
Cherokee Stiiii- Doomeih. The War
Department has received no Information
lu regard to tho rcjiorted contemplated In
vasion of tlioClierokeuStrlp. Tfia depart
ment commander hits standing Instruc
tions to keep tho boomers out at nil
liu?ard, and War Department olllrials
have no doubt that tho soldiers will carry
out the insti notions to the letter.
GrsEnvLPciioriKMi's RnroiiT. Tho an
nual report of tho Malor-Oeneral com
manding tho Army has been Issued. The
report gives In full detail all thooperntlons
oftho troops during tho past year, their
condition us to discipline and instruction,
tho changes that have been mado in tho
stations and lu tho organization of divis
ions and departments, and lu general all
that Is needed for complete and precioln
formation in respect to the worK that has
been done by the lino of the Army dmlng
tho past year and Its present condition.
KAIL-WAY MILEAGE OP 1890.
rigurcs of the Total Construction l)ur
IiiU tho Current Your.
New YoiiK, Dec. 27. rrom statistics
publlslidd by tho Kiiytiutrlny Xciet It ap
pears that the total addition to the coun
try's railway mileage during 18'JO has been
nearly O.RCu miles, or about 700 miles more
than was laid in I8M). Tlio total amount
of railway completed January 1, 1801, will
be 107.172. Of this amount .10.012 miles,
or over 22 per cent., hits been constructed
during tho hist llvo years. Tho Southern
Atlantic, (lulf and Mississippi States, with
a total ot 2,158 miles, lead, us they have
fur three years past, any two groups of
WANTS TO BUY ALASKA.
A Lingo Sum oriVri-il In S'JO Gold
James Carroll of Sitk.i, Alaska, delegate
elect from that Territory to Congreai, said
yesterday that if Congress did not think
Alaska of enough Importance toglvo It ull
tho facilities and rights It had granted
every other outlying settlement of the
(louTtimcnt, ho was empovvored to offer
tho sum of 1 1,000,000 for tho Territory,
and would puy it over In ?20 gold pieces
at the shortest notice. This offer, ho said,
was twin Jhle.
'iw lluiiipslilrn'a Iinlirugllo,
Cojiconn, N. U Dec. 27. Lengthy con
ferences wero held here lust night by both
Republicans and Democrats to consider
tlio political situation. Tho meetings con
tinued In session until long ufter mid
night. Clerk Jevvett has completed his
nnsw er to the ietltlou of Democrats for nn
Injunction In connection with thu make
up of the roll in tho next Houso of Hep
lcscntativcs and It will ho Hied In tho Su
frenrclitiiir for an Assassin,
Romp, Dee. 27. Accordlngtotho Trlbuna,
l'odlovvskl, the assassin of the Russian
polico agent, (IcncralScllv erskoff, has been
obsened lu the Victor Kmanuel gallery
Inspis ting thu works of art there.
'1 ho Italian polico are making an active
search for him, and tho searching of the
residences of tho Russian refugees, in one
of which they bcllovu l'odlovvskl to bo
Messrs. O'llrleii unit I'lirmill.
I'.vms, Dec. 27. Mr. William O'llrlen
has not, as yet, met Mr, I'aruell, but ho
uxpcUato finvo an Interview with that
gentleman next week.
ltoli'iiseil fiom Custody,
(icorgo M. Storrs, whoso hearing on a
writ ot AutVcu corput U set for Monday, was
released troni tho custody of tho marshal
to-day on a bond of i'M),
A Composer's Hulcliltt,
Lonpon.Dco. 27. Tlio well-known com
tioscr and ciiuM-plnyor, Walterdrlmshaw,
to-day committed sulcido by cutting his
throat with a razor.
LOST WITH 10 MEN ON BOARD.
Her Agents nt ltnltliniirn (live Up tlio
lHiTiMoiii', Dec. -'7, l'nltcrsoti, Ham
sny A Co., ngents of tho Joiiniton lliiont
tlili port, lmvu given up for lint tho
Mcr.mslil! Thnucmori', t'ni'tnlii llutclior,
ulilch left llnltlmorn November '-'1 Tor
London. Slic pivscd out tlio l-iijici on
Nocnilora7, tvvulvo hours ulicail of the
Atlantic trnutport liner Maryland, up in
which (.'njitnln Alfred It. I.uckhtirjt anil
thrcomon lost their llww, tins vtsiicl bciiiR
forciil liMittt Into I'lillnilvlplil.1 to imika
rcpnlrs. Tho 'llmiipniorc hnil iiitcnornl
ciirgo, nluctl nt (lTn,nZ7. ntul 1.10 lic.nl of
surtd ngnlnst total loin. Thirty-four men
comprised tho olllccn mid crew, and there
cronlso twelve tnttlcmcn on lionrd.
IhoTlinncmorti hat been out n month,
oml even If disabled eho would lmvo been
teen by soino steamer, ns her track ncroit
was traveled by nil, ThoThnnomorowM
built In Harrow In 1870 for the Iiiman
Mno. Pheivaaof Iron, .T3J feet lonix, aoj
feet beam nnd .11 feet 2 Inches depth of
hold. Her gross tonnage win 3.01J tons
mid 1,071 tons net register. In 18711 the
Thanemoro was bought by Wllllnm John
ston it Co., nnd registered nt Harrow.
Under command of Captain Itleharil
llutclicr, now of tho Alexander I'.liler,
the Thanemoro mndoim cnvlnblo record
ns n cnttle-cnrrler. Cnptaln Hutchcr, her
master, wns mnklng his llrst trip In com
iiinml of n Johnston liner, although lie
hod long been chief officer In their vessels.
MOTHER AND CHILDREN BURNED.
Fuur Victims of Kirn Found In n lletl
l'utllo lllfurts to ltcscuo.
Rociu.steii, N. Y., Dec. 27. Piro at tho
home of John Dietrich, No. 7 Orchard
street, at 5 o'clock yesterday morning, de
stroyed tho frame dvvclling-houso not
only, hut caused the death of Mrs. Diet
rich and her three children Lillte, (I
years old; Jucob, aged 3 years, oud Louisa,
11 months, Firemen could not get to
tho scemt before tho houso was
nil nllamc. and lu tlio interval
Mrs. Dietrich, who had. with her hus
band, arisen from bed about 4 o'clock to
prepare for breakfast, had rushed back
uji-stalrsto try to save her children. Bho
must hare been ovcrcomo by suffocation,
ns tho firemen, oftcr quenching tlio flames,
found In tho bedroom w hero tho woman
had slept tho body of tho unfortunate
woman lying across tho bed with tho feet
on tho floor, llesido her lay tho three,
little children, their bodies burned to a
crisp, as well as that of their mother.
PULLMAN EMPLOYES STRIKE.
Tlireo Hundred IllnrksmltliH Itcsent
Now Nchedulo of Prices.
Ciiicaoo, Dec. 27. About COO black
smiths employed in tho shops of tho
Pullman Palace Car Company struck yes
terday against a now schedulo of prices,
to take effect January 1, reducing tho
earnings of the men. George W. Pullman
stated last night that the, company did not
Intend to reduce wages, but simply to re
adtut prices on piece-work.
Tho projioscd readjustment of pleco
prices affects about l,fiO0 workmen, but
only 300 blacksmiths havo taken aggres
sive measures so far. A conference will
bo held to-day between a commltteo of
blacksmiths and General Manager
CONSPIRACY TO MURDER.
A Number of M'ell-Kiiovvn Citizens Ar
rested In Tvxns.
Conns. CunisTi, Tex,, Dec. 27. The
grand Jury of Hidalgo County has In
dicted n number of well-know cltlrens for
conspiracy to murder, nnd for being ac
cessories to the killing of Judge Ma
Stern by u Spanish woman some time ago.
iweivoiniuctments were returncii, ami
a number of others concerned In the plot
have (ltd to Mexico. Tho conspiracy grow
out of public sentiment, and It is said that
plans were mado for the klllingof District
Judge; RushII, two deputy marshals and
others. One of tho conspirators betrayal
the plot. Thotruuhloorigluatciltwoycurs
ago, when Judgo llussell rendered a de
cision reinstating county olllcl.ils w ho had
been ousted by the county commissioners.
KILLED A IIIOHWAYMAN.
A Sticot-Cnr Dilvir Uses Ills Pistol
iNinvKArous, Im)., Dec. 27. About 11
o'clock last night two masked men at
tempted to rob a street car In the suburbs
of the city. Theodore S. Secly, the driver,
shot one of them dead and wounded the
other, but not sullliicutly to prevent his
esuipo. Tho dead highwayman was
heavily armed and on his person wero
fragments of papers giving the name of
Richards of Danville, 111.
A Hotel lliirni'il.
I'MTTsni'itu, X, Y., Dec. 27. Tho Mount
I'oiter House, located at Keono Yalloy,
was burned ut fi o'clock yesterday morn
ing. The hotel was owned by New York
(apltulhts nnd managed by Mr. James
Holt. '1 ho structure, was completed last
summer, unil cost f 10,000. The Hro orig
inated hi tho parlor on tho ground Hour,
ami lu a very short time tho entire build
ing was reduced to ashes, Tho llro Is be
Houslto lmvo been of Incendiary origin.
'Iho Insurance on the building was
l'lru lu Auburn Prison.
Arni'iiN, X. Y., Dee. 27. Tlio foundry
of Ihe prison is now burning. Thellames
uro spreading and tho entire lire depart
ment Is within the prison walls.
lATiu. 'Iho llro in tho prison burned
Iho collar shop, partially destroyed tho
broom shop nnd slightly damaged tho
foundry. Tho Haines are now under con
trol. Lumber Dealers l'all.
Dmi'oiT, Mien,, Dec. 27. 1''. W. Loach
it Co., lumber dealers, yesterday tiled
two chattel mortgages to secure an In
debtedness aggregating ?30,000 and repre
sented by llfteen promissory notes about
to Income due. '1 ho mortgages cover all
tho stock, material and machinery con
nected with tho firm's lumber yards.
Cruiid ilmors Dinivn.
Thonnines of tho follow lug persons havo
been drawn to serve on tho grand jury of
tlio Criminal Court for tho January term'
1801: Charles Hurley. J. R. Freeman, A,
J. f-anforil, Joseph Itnkeman, Henry I-',
fitly, Robert I.usbv, C. M. I'iivIs, William
llilih, Robert H. Wnde, J. Rlnko Kcndill,
M, D. Howard, flcoreii W. Ilauiir, James
II. Paul, l-'uslerlcK Waller, William C.
Johnson, Watklns Tolson, Hniest A.
Sinister, Isaao Heen, Jefferson Thomas,
James U Parsons, Henry (1. Camp, Wil
liam H. McKnew and J. M. lllrckhead,
lteieptlon to tlio Historical Hoclety
The American Historical Association
will be entertained Tuesday afternoon
from I to (I o'clock by Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam 1). Cabell, who havo Invited a num
ber of friends to meet them. Mrs. Cabell
will bo nssistcd by Mrs, I.eo Knott, Mrs.
William Rarle, Mis. Tenuis Hamlin, .Mrs,
General Cilley, Mrs. II. H. Walworth.
Mrs. A Howard Clink. Miss Cabell will
luiMi with her MUs Nicoluy and Mrrs
Miirringo I. Ileuses Issued,
Marrlago licenses wero issued to-day to
tho following persons: Joshua Taylor and
1,. A. Talsou; (laiborn Holmes and Uddlo
Henderson; lleiilamiu 1'. May and Irmu
Woodlngtou; Jolin Carter of Pittsburg,
I'll., una I.ucy Halloy of Washington.
Jl 1,89 sale of Suits and Overcoats. Klso
man llros., 7th and 1),
rOJl THE LITTLE ONES.
CIIR1ST3IAS CL1II1 DINNERS TO T1IK
One nt the National Rifles' Armory The
Other on tho Navy Yard A Sumptu
ous IVnst nnd n Picscnt fur Each.
A sturdy Christmas trco, with wide
branching arms overladen with toys nnd
holiday ornaments of every kind, stood
proudly on the platform of tho National
Hides' Hall this afternoon, and lightened
tho hearts nnd hopes of half a thousand
children who were seated, watting eagerly
for the entertainment.
Down stairs the miniature army of
children had ravaged tho long rows of
tables set in tho supper-room of the de
lectable treat which had been provided for
(hem by tho kliid-hcarled ladies who lent
their inllucnco and support to tho Chil
dren's Christmas Club, No. 2.
All tho morning children wero loitering
around tho door w ith expectant faces and
fast-beatlug hearts, Impatiently waiting
for the lime, when thu doors wero to bo
oncucil to them. Ututalrs the ladles and
gentlemen of the committee wero busily
trimming tho big Christmas trco. K.ich
had a pink ribbon with the letters "C. C.
C." Imprinted on them, and n tiny jing
ling bell on tho end. Theso wero
Miss Strong, Miss Woodhull, Miss Me-
Ccncy, Miss Hcintrelmnu, Miss Kauff
inann. Mr. Frank M. Dixon, Mr. Charles
Woodhull and Hon, Charles (Hhson.
Tho long tables, of which there were
five, were In charge of Mrs. Charles Gib
Son, Mrs. Surgeon-General Hrowne, Mrs.
Graham Adeo and Mrs. M. K. Dulln.
Kach of these ladles wero assisted by a
commltteo selected by themselves, con
sisting of Mrs. Charles Adeo, Miss Ivuta
Thomas, Miss McCarthy, Mrs. Dusio
Stew art nnd others,
Tho children began arriving In numbers
before 1 o'clock, and soon tho Immonso
concourse of children w hlch had gathered
wero seated at tho table, chattering and
laughing llko tho llght-hciirtcd little ones
thoy were. This year the club did not
give an elaborate dinner, as it was thought
more ndvlsablo to give an entertainment
after tho refreshments had been served.
There was lots to cat, but It was of it
lighter character than on previous occa
sions of tho kind.
It would have melted the heart of n
cynic to havo seen tho children seated at
tho tables, happy and contented as so
many cherubs. There wero ull sorts and
varieties umong the motley assemblage.
nut all aiprecintei tno iicncvoiuneo ot tnu
ladles who had provided tho spread.
About 2 o'clock tho children troopod ui
stalrs, where tho Christmas tree, bending
under its load of presents, met their eyes,
nnd a murmur of pleasure and admiration
ran through thoir ranks. They were so in
seated, r.iul the entertainment began. Tlio
Murine Hand furnished the music. In
cluded In this was n Punch nnd Judy
show, ho honored by Juvenllo tradition,
and this pleased the audience immensely.
Miss Katu Field aroused much mirth by
singing In an irresistibly comic way. She
received hearty ami continued applause,
and read a Christmas carol which wus
written expressly for tho Christmas Club
by Mr. M. 1'". Robertson.
After this n real, llvo Santa Claus
bounced merrily on tho stage and com
menced to distribute tho presents, llach
child who had been admitted was pro
vided with n ticket, which entitled them
to n present. Tints each recelv ed one, and
nonu wero forgotten.
After tho entertainment had been con
cluded tho merry assemhlago dispersed,
each hugging proudly a gift, livery ono
was pleased and delighted, and went away
with light hearts and fond memories of
the good 1 1 mo they had.
Mrs. Jeremiah Wilson was chairman of
the Indies' committee, while Miss I'miny
Fuller, daughter of the Chief Justice, was
elected president, and Miss Kitty Reed,
(laughter of the Speaker, was vice-president.
'Iho other committees wero as fol
lows: Sirs. Macfarlanil, .Mrs. Allen, Miss
Citlmont, Miss Peachy, Miss Clark, Miss
Kast Washington Children Pros Ideil l'or
'three big busses tilled to overllovvlng
with merry, laughing children drew up
nt tho door of Odd-rellovvs' Hull, on
Highlit street southeast, and discharged
their loads this afternoon, Into tlio open
lio-pitnldc door and up tho stairs they
went until thoy reached die hall where
the long rows of tables were waiting for
them to sit down and enjoy the thn pala
table dinner given them by the Children's
Christmas Club of Rast Washington.
A smiling, bright-faced crowd of over
7C0 children were waiting patiently for tho
word lo charge upon tho tables.
promptly in i o ciocic mo signal was
given, and STiOof the juveniles sut down.
The bill of faro consisted of turkey, but
tered rolls, cranberry sauce, pickle, Ico
cream, cakes, nuts, raisins, oranges, and
bananas. That such a dinner was seen
by many of them only oneo a year, when
the klnd-hcarled members of Iho lub
givu tlio spread, was plainly evident by
the eager way in which they con
sumed tho eatables. Just Imagine to
jourtelf nearly 100 children, eiimpletely
lllllng the spacious hall, ranged around
iho tables, talking animatedly when they
cot tlmn between moiithttils, and smiling
Industriously whllo their jaws were not
working. (Iraco was reverently slid for
this table by Rev. W. 11. Parson of the
Chinch of tho Reformation, and then a
hi st of pretty school girls, each wearing
a ribbon, began to wait on tho hungry
It was n charming scene. During tho
meal n portion of tho Murine Hand, un
der Professor Sousa, discoursed sweet
music from tho platform.
One of most pleasant features was n
brief and kindly address by Commis
sioner Ross, who wished for tho future
piosnerlty of his little hearers and many
nnotlier dinner llko they had to-day. A
ilitaehment of policemen, under l.louten
lint flessford, kept the more volatile ones
under subjection. A Christmas tree also
lent to tho attractiveness of the occa
sion. When tho llrst portion of tho children
had sallslled llieir appetites, they gavu
wav to Iho remainder. Tor theso, Rov.
Gllljert 11. Williams of Christ Church,
Nnvy-Yaid, Invoked divine hlosslmrs on
his little hearers, who listened with rev
erently bowed heads, with one oyo cast
anxiously toward the tables before them.
When the imnn was finished each child
wus given a toy and box of
candy, whllo n paper big
was provided in which they carried away
tlio remnants, 'iho ladles who are In
terested lu this dinner also distributed
largo iiuiintllloii of IimhI to deserving per
tons, consisting chlelly of Hour and pota
tees. 'Iho dinner was under tho supervision
of Mr. John 1'. l'rccman, assisted by Miss
M. 11. Kelly and Miss V, Morse. An
innovation lu tills dinner was tho pres
ence of half a hundred children from
Anaeostla. Tho coinmlttcos having the
tables in charge and tlio waitresses lire us
Tnblo No. 1 A. L, Orant, Isi Walker, Helena
H. Johnson, Leonora Merrllt Waitresses
Urn Hoard, Mary MeMenamln, Ih'ssleBonnev,
Edith Malum, Percv 1'rjor, Muud Pollock,
Iloim Hopkins, Julia Hall.
Table No. S-Annle Beers, H B. MeNant, M.
A. MrNantr, Bertha lluehler Waitresses
Annie tilnrbilr, Rattle l'errj, Pauline Mielso,
.Minio .Miner, .Maiiiiie rum, i.uiian (.oven
'I able No, il-
II. i ,. vvi
oodvvard. h. K. Womb
want, Clara Wlllenbucher, C V Brewer
Waitresses Lulu McNally, draco Brown, Essls
Kress, llclla Mime, Ada llenshiv, Eva blld
hiini, Milan Carpenter, l.llllo bpolford, Eunice
Table No, t M. A. Aukward, M M. Mark,
H. M Kilmer, E.J Bock. VV allresses-Marlan
Carpenter, Edith Tapnan, Jennie l Hoy, Nellie
Uliustrad. Olive Capehart, Fanny Walker,
Table No 5- Carrie blow art, Annlo L, W est,
Mrs Htcphens, J E. Biker Waitresses
Leonor lllotte, Emma Riotte, Mlnulo Havvcs,
Carrie Cnmplon, Eva Slow art, Katie Ailnm-,
Pearl Vv alley.
Table No. 0 M. I!. Armstead, Annie Leo
nard, II It. While, (' .1. Mathls, L. .1. llelu
burg. Waitresses Oram I lelds, Louise Ran
dall, Rachel Williams, Resale llolirer, Lottlo
Miller, (liorgleCiiiiimhis, I'lorenco lioltte,
'I able No, 7-M. E. DihirUss. N II. Ilo'irer,
L. L. Zimmerman, Waitresses mlsy MeNally,
Mamie KrWiorn, Alice Spurrier, Llrlo Chaty,
May llurlbiit, Pantile Bessie), Carrie Isemami.
'J able No. H Ellen E (larrlgner, Mamie
Htuart, Hslllo Plennlken, llerlle Piatt, Bhnrlie
Miirraj, Waitresses-Bessie Lanlmm, .lulls
Weed, Lucy Caraivay, Plm.be Miller, Julia
Huoe, Daisy Hunter,
SCALPED IN A LAUNDRY.
A Pretty Wiininn Itnlseil to tlio Celling
by Her Long, Plowing llnlr.
Nnvv Yoiik, Dec. 27. In n l'lrst avenuo
laundry, near Twenty-third street, yester
day, pretty Mrs. Wilkes, the young wife
of Herman Wilkes of 300 Kast Twenty
seventh street, was completely sculped by
a most horrible accident that befell her.
Shohiis long, beautiful hair, and It was
permitted to hang in luxuriant folds on
her shoulders. She was at work Ironing
linen by machinery when her tresses got
entangled witli the betting running from
the machine to n motive pulley at tho
ceiling. Mrs. Wilkes scrcimcd, but be
fore any of her fellow-workwomen could
rush to her assistance she had been drawn
up to tho rolling and then the big pulley
w ns slowly winding up her hair.
The women wero paralyzed, and, before
they reiralned their senses, thu hair had
nil been wound around tho pulley, and
then horror of hurrora I the relentless
machinery literally tore nvvoy the poor
unfortiimito's senlj). Mr. Wilkes (Implied
Inn limp on the Moor, unconscious, licr
head bleeding profusely. An nmbitluuco
enmo ouicklv, and tho poor woimin wns
taken to HcIIcviio Hospital, where, It is
feared, she will never recover. She Is
only 21 years old, and was n moro than
usually liandsome young matron.
Tlin llrnzlllnn Government Offers
Warsaw, Dec. 27. What is ostcnisbly
tho text of n secret decreo of tho Druzlllan
Government for tho encouragement of
immigration is published by tho Courier.
Tho decree, which bears tho signatures of
President l'onseca nnd Scnor (lllcerla,
appears to hare been issued Juno 20, 1800.
It Is mado up of forty-uluo articles and
promises to pay Immigration agents 120
francs for every adult they send to
llrnzll and CO francs for every child
landed. In addition to tills a premium of
lUO.OUO francs is offered to any company
which shall place 10.000 immigrants in
llrarll Inoneyear. Substantial advantages
are also offered such Immigrants as shall,
before sailing, sign n declaration as to the
handicraft they intend practicing on their
arrival in llrazll.
f The Courier complains that Immigrants
railing from Russian ports are never asked
to sign any declaration, nnd therefore
w hen they nrriv e lu llriiII they final them
sc lvcs Jn the position of outlaws, deprived
of all rights, and driven Into contracts
w hich practically coin ert them Into slaves.
ino tviunir accuses mo iirumiau lioveru
incut of connivance In this fraud.
A STEAMER BURNED AT SEA.
Her Crew of Sixty Clilnnninii, With
Iluropoiiii Ollleers, All Lost.
I.OMOS, Dec. 27. According to advices
Received hero thu steamship Shanghai re
cently caught lire at sea, and Is supposed
to have become a total loss. Tho dis
aster Is understood to havo occurred near
Wu House, n port of tho Chinese province
of Nghanx Hoel, on the Yang-Tso-Klang,
about llfty uilleH nboio Nanking. The
crew, consisting of sixty natives, together
with several l.uroie.ui ollleers, are sup
posed lo have nut their death either In
iho Humes or subsequently by drowning
while attempting to escape from thu burn
A 1II1ITIS1I HTEVMKIl lll'IIXFIi.
Calcutti, Dec. 27. Information has
been received hero thuttliellrltish steamer
Golcomhi, from London, .November tl, Is
on lire nt Diamond Harbor, in lloogly
River, thirty-four miles below this city.
It Is understood that the tire originated
aiming tho cargo, which is thought to he
considerably damaged. The (lolconda Is
of 3,001 tons burden.
MET A IIORRHILE DIIATII.
A Young Gill Killed ol
Lockhvven, Pa.. Dec, 27. Ihnma Ma
ther was killed yesterday on a railroad
brldgo near Halifax In a most shocking
manner. Sho was half way across It w lien
she heard n train lomlug. Sho reiillcd
her danger and attempted to dropthroiigh
tho ties into the creek below. The space
was too narrow, however, and while sho
wus trying to squeeze through thuenglno
All her clothing was torn from herns
the locomotive passed her, and she was
killed Instantly, Her body dropped Into
thecicek, and ouoof the men who hap
pened to curry the crushed body to tho
shore stopped to seo If he could Identify
it. Suddenly ho exclaimed, "My God, ft
Is my daughter"' 'the girl wus 21 years
A Strang! r SiniiilbiiKKed mid Itobbcil of
Chic u.o, Dec. 27. It has just been learned
that Dr. II. A. Kelso of I'axton, HI., who
arrived hero last Trldiiy night with SI.OOO
to settloa real estate transaction, was sand
bagged Immediately after his arrlvul,
while lighting a cigar In the rear of tho
Illinois Central deport, on Van lluren
street, and robbed of f,iJ01n cash and u
gold watch and chain valued at $200.
'Iho assault and robbery havo been sur
prised by tho polico up to the present
tliuo. Dr. Kelso has been taken to his
home in Piixtou and Is said to bo lu n
critical condition, his skull having been
lrutttircd. There Is no clue to the rob
bus. CITY OFFICIALS INDICTED.
Charged With Conspiracy ItegardliiR
tlio Grunting of Licenses.
New Yoi.k, Dee. 27. Mayor Gleason,
Kxilso Commissioners Murray, Mattery
and Allen nnd ex-Commissioner James
1U Illy of Long Island City were served
with bench warrants yesterday roqiiiring
them lo answer several indictments charg
ing them with conspiracy and extortion
in connection witu iiiegrautiug of licenses,
Another Indictment against the Mayor
charged him with aiding and abetting the
gamblers and pool-sellers who ran all
slimmer ut the Puritan Club rooms in
Long Island City.
1'tiiliiK Hie llniikiiiiikiu's.
l''r.iT.iliill, X. J., Dee. 27. Pour of tho
Monmouth Park bookmakers, George
Johnson, J. It White, R. N Marks and
William Stokes, pleaded guilty jiMorday
to tlio Indictments found against them
and were lined &sl each and costs,
lluih'i l.inpli III llorlilii,
JvcKso.Mli.i.i', Ki.,, Dec. 27. Dr. Smith
pf St. Augustine cables that ho has pro
cured n liberal supply of Dr. Koch's
lymph nnd will sail for homo with it on
January 1, This will be Iho llrst importa
tion ol 1 inph into Florida.
Well-Kiioivii Man lli'iol.
llosTo.v, Dec. 27 Hon, IMvvard J.
Thomas died jestcrilay at his homo lu
Rrooklyn after n lillef Illness. Ho has
served in both brunches ot the Legisla
ture, and was a trustee In several large
estates. Ho was a native ot Cincinnati,
THE SCOTCH STMKERS.
THEY MAY UK CANNY, RUT TIIKY
CERTAINLY ARE PROUD.
They Dei lino to Accept Assistance fraat
London Tindesmen "tlenernl" llooth,
('ommlrsloner Smith nnd ' In Darkest
r.iighind" Notes fiom Constantinople,
Tripoli, Armenia, Pails nnd London.
IJMsj.-f, Dec. 27. The English tradess
tililons have heen olllclally Informed that
thu Scottish strikers have means for their
present needs, und tho principal aid de
flrcd Is In the way of preventing the
Scotch companies from obtaining men to
take the strikers' places. A parly of men
cngagid by a free-labor ofllco at Wlgau
wero to havo left for Scotland to-day, but
threats ami persuasion at tho last moment
have prevented them from starting. Thu
Scottish companies have retained the frco
labor ollh es in the principal cities of Eng
land to olilaln men for the work that tho
ttrlkcrs have abandoned, hut so far,
though many thousands are out of work,
there Is no e ui;orncs.s to accept the comp.i
nleV offer, in Cardiff tho attempts nt re
cruiting had to be stopped, owing to the
hostllo attitude of the elsh railway men
and the union seamen and Ilremen. Tim
l'.iigllsh rallvvny men are generally of
opinion that tho Scottish railway fight U
their ow u, and that lhigllsh companies arc
waiting to see the result.
rrlends of "General" llooth claim that
the resignation of Commissioner Smith,
and tho assertion that the General Is not.
the author of "In Darkest Kngland," are
Incidents in apian formed and persistently
followed by leading ecclesiastics of thu
Ilstablished Church to break dow n Hooth'.s
scheme for tho relief pf suffering man
kind; that he has gained tho enmity of
the Church by showing the Inadequacy of
II. .V.I1-. .1.1-, HUH,, l.ll.l IJ IlllUlllJ (I jitiwi
that might put tho church to shame by
lirovlnir really effective. As tu author
iisrcnei uieiuoiis, nun ny nucring a plan
ship, the "General" avers that hols thenii-
thor of every material Idea in his book,
mid that the charge that he has donu .
wrong In accepting credit fur authorship
is n last effort made to break him down
when nil others have failed.
Commissioner Smith is accused of jeal
ousy of llooth and also of having been
seduced from his allegiance to thu army
by prospects of a salaried position with
one of thu regular church mission organi
zations lu the east of London. They ad
mit that several prominent dignitaries of
tlio Established Church lure indorsed,
their methods; but they claim that these;
are exec ptions and that thu great body or
the benellccd clergy nra bitterly opisrswl
to thu army. It Is likely that contribu
tions to tho llooth fund will cense until
the real significance of Commissioner
Smith's resignation is developed.
A dispatch from Constantinople siys the
rreneh Government has renevvesl Its as
surances to thu Sultan of pacific Inten
tions In Africa, and, at the samu time,
asked for reasons for thu extensive mili
tary preparations being made by tho
Turkish authorities in Trlll.
I Jirge numbers of Armenians are emi
grating to Great Britain und Russia tu
escape tho intolerable persecution to
which they are subjected by tho Turks
The London public seems to be losing:
Its fondness fur Christinas pantomimes.
Only one West lhid theatre Drury
Lane presents this onio Indispensable,
attraction this year. liven in thesubur
Lau houses tho pantomime Muds but few
footholds this season.
M. Ploqiict has announced his delrofor
ro-clestloii to the presidency of tho French
Chamber of Deputies.
Tho Paris .Won w ill have a formidable)
rival this year owing to quarrels anions
artists and committees.
The Kngllsh army authorities ore op
gunMiig a corps of signallers lor tho
uriuy. tho recruits being selected from
the Postofllco ltltlo Volunteers, prefer
ence being given to those trained lu teleg
raphy. Additional iirtlculars from China in to
thu destruction by lire of tho steamer
Shanghai near Woo I loo, In the province,
of Ngan-lloe, about .10 miles from Nank
ing, show tho loss of llfo to have Ikvii
much greater than was at llrst supposed,
l'lrst rciKirts represented that the crew,
which consisted of several Ruropevn olll
eers and about si ty natlvo deck hands,
were supposed to havo been either burned
to death or drow nisi w hllo endeavoring to
e-cni o tho Humes. It now apjK'ars that
over two hundred human beings lost their
lives and that they were all drowned.
1'anle seized iiHin the Chinese passen
gers und crew the moment tho lire alarm
was sounded, and became terrible as soon
us It was seen that the llio was beyond
The Ihiropean olllccrs seem to havo
kept their heads, and everted their utmost
toiestraln the totally demoralized Mon
golians, Some of tlio. boats wero lowered,
but were at oneo over-crowded by thu
Chlneso mob and sank with all on board.
'1 here Is a faint hojiuthat later Investiga
tion may show the catastrophe to lie Ics
serious than appears from thu latest
'there uro two steamers bearing thu
name of Shanghai now in Chlneso waters.
One Is a steamer of 2,011 tons register,
which left London October II) for Shang
hai, the other steamer is of 2,217 tons
register, and Is described as being engaged
lu trading locally in Chlneso waters.
Duimn, Dec. 27. Mr. Chief Secretary
Ilalfoiirhas reconsidered his original de
termination, and now declines to speak in
tho prov luce of I'lster during January.
1'Miis, Dec. 27. It Is olllclally stated
that the anuouuiemeuts made fit news
l imers of this citv that tlio formal coufer-
inco hi twecn the Irish leaders will lake
place on Monday next are premature.
SMr. William O'llrlen complains of tho
number of falso statements In newspapers)
here, and attributed to Mr. GUI and him
self. Mr. O'llrlen dcuotincevj us especially
untrue the statement that ho would
recommend that Mr. Parnell be retained
as leader of tho Irish party.
(It vsoovv. Dee. 27. The falso reports in
to the suspension of Messrs. l'Kley ,fc
Ahcll, bullion brokers, nroso from tho
limine lid indiscretions of n youthful mem
lur of the linn, who has since withdrawn
from the company. Tho credit of thn
llrm Is unlmpaircsl, oud thu banks ex
press coulldcnce In tho stability of thu
A DMionest Clerk.
Chicvi.o, Dec. 27. IM. Dullard, u clerk
In Giles Hi-others' jewelry store Statu and
Washington streets, Is locked up at tho
Central Police station, charged with steal
ing diamonds, watches and silverware
from his employers. Tho police havo
nlriiidv recovered from the pawn-shop
about $1,500 worth of tho stolen property
and bellcvu theaniniiiit will foot up uinrct
than twice as much before they am
through the Investigation.
Dullard began his peculations over n
car ago, but was not suspected until last,
Giiveriiiu- Ikmw'i's .silver Wedding,
Hviiiusnt-Rii, l'v Dec. 27. An Incident
of tho dinner given by Governor and Mm.
Heaver last evening to the members of tho
Governor's Cabinet and their wives was
tho presentation of n silver tci servlco u
elegant design to thohost mid hostess as
tokin of esteem on their twenty-lifth wed
ding anniversary. Rx-Seeretary Stono
uiacie the presentation speech.
Keriiuii'H New Year Attinrtlnn.
Williams it On's Meteors Is tho greatest
vaudeville company over organized. A.
laical Weatlier Voreenst.
J 'or the District of CWkiuoici, .lin-jfairf,
i Delaware and I'lrjfiifii, Jeilr; louthweiteilu
I wlmh, tll'iht clianocs in temperature; colder;
I Jair Dunday,