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Va. l& N. 20,141. WASHINGTON. D. C.. MONDAY, DECEMBER 28. 189L TWO CENTS,
THE ZVENING MAIL
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amber w..bl.rtw Bred zwumw a
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oftelmlasaa atal OWds kotlrbt aM us aa.bN
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Au.vams of aetatamaly Ir oarsora..m. and easl"
t "S obtcnoa. Over arfllths are the bast
laves tads OR ..al aaeaN .>td "how aoslabisad
lat.rai.
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OF NAbU1S6103.
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RAYS DFlAkiIT COMRAZL
012 Yud.3Oli OF DOLL*RB.
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blank as ant dal.
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vois.d emu" aar.
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1bLtBtro.depeaWf eapecloss awWaes v.NYaf
maaasaaasd des.... one aaem ay.
BZrALL Bta111ll BM REST 1101 bb to $U PZ1
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I" lab Ms ad each a.aatb"
4s the Lai bustersdow ar o.cb t.aM1
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magsugmy.
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.rail = Nl loa L C rsMrb
mzLrrir
1ltli.D7R6 L D LOAN LIXOCIATION
b aatao teas &-lab o.vn.d /v socurutic a lass.
NO AUCTION OF ,.OBEY.
30 BACK LCk3 ItZQCIMkD.
s7 w SA adeo.comraaalmbars. aatL~ Ny
h A btri C4.A'! AL Xl, OA DYYIlnIIB.
IN1osa.iattNa "bate is a spa jj at tbsSeim
Zarrfrca Dtrru.a..l'.o. I..IWI Ak..a. Two.Aah.Baa
V al. I UUMLt.Y. YRlVL1.1 C. S3Ta Yi Sri
>M=barb on the WMJart stock
toek Farbal.a.
U MLCY a a W' 110%
2..i zeta". 1r.aneasa-0 ..d MOVIL
]tool eaters tooth, ask, a" r.at.u. Locao.r. t
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tMsasdscsi..at.. hy.ctratt.at>ro9o> va-claa.fo
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h. I. LWibtY. "Ao. N. LACAKINJ ]1'.
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lamb s aM D.at.aa S. 6owaamaam. Bad.
format'. _ L7ebaa.e. Lrso. Cafretton.
SML&L NOTICES.
5C 'XIMSAht JUIZ,KMS' ASE.
4Sy, L5A.o L.--All neema~jura of
A. 1 of rt Erbtmotled that at ea
ant ruja, maaIv. MO', AY. Dmrwmibme :At
IN Sml sele. of .eeea r will take Pls.
.1 finge .1. rmapsatme. area M art at
eisstwat few iti. FOWLERI. u4a..
~m 326.20 IPhtRNN TO) THE IIAKEJIIIC
: -daesl ar oar ether aseany kead and
)Wis w mbcresttamaka for th. very ronD.
kW ' elepemieao ayicpey shown
tteirsy Pent STOet bermwaaea.
Mrs Hi. F. HIusIMUI
b-' Dl WALTRE* jAVIIW? ISINIELL
Wa -Tmwed hi. u a and ma~tame is
TelepBa. N. au*L~ Pi I . 44lm"
M! am Ins a 1aof nmf
wUritr Seecimam today show
emgtrev that the
ERMIN OTON
STANDARD TTPZWRZITER
am robis by ias aeit
the aepraey whithSi
hinging. mchime.
WTCKOFW. RA2IAN3 It UKEDICT.
15W I H AXD F Sri. W..
Ma~uIThS FOX LIEN ABOUND
do5smadA rarefuiy seeted slted: of
Call arly aid sic urs The eleges. s____w. 2~
SOFFICE OF THE MUTUAL IlRE IN
K _ JUARCE C.o. OF D.C..
Wahlarton. Lome. 7. 111)I.
paslly hel.,, ru.by notded to rnoew their a.
ms~aa~e oS or btet,. the LAb A1' l.NDAY in Dr-eeeoww rlm1 ds~wtu a oyu
d7-s4ale J. WEALET DOTELER. Secretary.
OXt 0 EUTMLLLatw OF HIALLS.
bags roamse or huildnaim that will be avail
obis rgwhe p Iita . A. 1L Wetsa durmes couduir am
ttml ameaae t ar requested to mend to head
qa-amr of innamhtloddn rommilttes.. Moon. 361. At
biadbss eurly as poamble the saa. loratlon
maa L P. WMIUlIT .Llainuan
OsetMoaee om 3o10.lm
m~QALENDARS POW R:.
T la o late now toe 11 to orer for Calm.
iwe. irasy 1. ba I an uselier them witeD a
Thywllb ustma aeptable then
shows. If wotkees at all. Try the...
. L. M.QUREN, TEE AND PUBLISED
T-t-pbome .iti-' iu::ij llh-I1ba. Lit. a. w.
~THY S MJZOMA CAIlFORNIhA WINE5 CO..
311th at. z.w.. are amlilmi their winse
at lff COW ea ditoa UUsa. foinaetprafees fur the hocwi
day lna
ENGRAYRD CANDY AD
52-rnBZW.
ALWAYS EDED.
DESIRAIII. PRESENTS.
as lea IT.. ERAS OAS OFFICE. a3
s5A3D s GALT.
Shrtt aksto
Bst ToUwle ml Wrapapers, onur ow -
peetatiom. Week Drmeig and obert all
bes ter oad Amaetan makmes
BAIRD t GALT.
LR A DBACZICAL IRIZSES?.
CaL 1it be es mm adi sa un te woe aBlnm
5mev.
e -~ h ]' ims~urme .amba i
J. MtAUR DOVE.
Ogel~ s I a. w.. USS EaL. madit"M
I. a..:lt
Nehavueamid lbdlltin for makiag
to asasm MR'S ~l 1'Sof any style-with or
without cellar and cuss. it you anm cuoteusplatiugr
peies ycr ordle,, sow is the best time, as a birt
was threarh the winter tm piesiter to weer dunag
the we.m weather. We wail take your ordler. execute
Bt promptly and vouch fae afarea at ad entire mat.
laimettes. LatW make a smpile shirt subject to your
appoval.
WOODWARD A LOTISDOP.
eel-lA 10th. 11th andF a. . w.
COA. IE.WOOD.
I~AIIEJUCAN ICE CO.
7 yin Hatotie: Southwest corner 10th
ande F Ha. m. w. Beroach oSeem: tki Natylymiaa swe.
S. w.,1 ad B4 ats, it. w.aaad 13th mad 14th at. whores
. w. Quality of FUEL. unaur'mmee Prim reamps
ball IL ~O\ hir rPLO1SCOT ICE. eOW
Iiie MIONUXRTALU
07AND" ST55. W..
PINK MU LUNRRY. CLOAKS. zosimIT.
GLOVES, Is.
we enay M lilayHgods to aother Cbrp'tenas
day. Make anmoal. They let so. If half dos
at emil them qmate rices wilL Thene will be her
mlrsa~ .
CLOAKS AND JACEITS.
Olalaspriaes ajais Cloea. MImme" ad C=
am's Hene bahaiui 1s the suingisma.
Ph" edam Dbumoai Cbeis Sefem Woees. Do0w
~SS.
its he wand Deielsh Jachets ailer aid.
Yame GMS New SLDm.
W.UBAN? I'UE-TIIIED JACRITS.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
!y CAD OF THANKS.
The sistera of St Ana's Infant Asylam return ain
rere thanks to the kind trends who so arenerously con
tributed to make Chrstamas day a happy one for the
children of that I'nsttution. Iev. Jalter. Rev. J.
Lloyd. Mr T. E. agraman. Mr. W. M. Gall. Mr. F.
Risra. Mr. T. Lrnwn.n. Mr C. Newman. Mr. M. W.
Downe r. J. F. barher. Mr. i. N. Dwyer Mrs. J.
. Bar,. M. J. Y. Ureen. Mrs. Bonaparte. Miss
Anna E. Smith Mrs D. Clark.. Mrs. J. Redfern. Mrs.
Moses. Mr. V. bnekas.Mrs. Kenny. and to the difer
eut Ice conranies of the District and Georgretown for
no neaerously donating ice during the sumner seasen.
blbTERth OF CHARITY,
It St. An'ts lnfant Asylum.
YOU CAN
OtJTAIN
110
DISCOUNTS
Jfst now on anything
in our establishment,
as we ara desird of
dispeosing of a large part
of our stock of DTA.
MONDE. CLOCKS.
WATCHES anl JEW.
ELRY prior to taking
Inventory January 1.
1d02. dome exeuis
ie NEW -YEAR'S
PRESENTS
here.
A. I. UALTZSTE1M. Jr.
Juelry Palace.
.0 SEVENTH 8T. 13 d28
WASHINGTON MARKET COiMPANY.
The annu& anectine of the Washington
acret Comniny will be head at the offee of the coin
pany in Center Market. in the city 0t Washnrton. at
12 o'cck tu. on the FIRT ' u.NDAY. being the
FOURTH DAY. of Jan'ary. 115%, for the choice of
thirteen directors for the ensuing year and to nut on
any other subject within the power of the corporation
that msayl.. rught before the neeting. hAMCEL
W. CURRIIDEN, Secretary. Washington. D. C.. D
reenb..r20. 1IJ1. d24-ltt
I UOFICE OF ft1i00I FIRE INbURIANCL
COM'ANY.
Washington, D. .., December 2, 1501.
A dividend of three (3) per cent has h-en o'car'd.
payable at the offce of the couilany. 131:1 Fat. n. w.,
on and after JAN'ARY !'. 1.10t, to the stockho den of
record at the coe of buminess on December J inst.
The transfer books will be closed from December 130
to January 2, lt5A, both day. inclusive.
by order of board of trustees.
FRANCIS B. MOHUN,
d'6-t. Secretary.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
The Imperal Circulating Library.
Se. adv't. pee t. d28-1w"
Suppose the moon should enase to shine.
Suppose her 'nan" should say:
**I've been night-watch'nan long enough.
I'll turn off .very ray ."
Would weierret the action of
Thrt chalty-aced ol ascnap?
I guess not, if lie let an just
A singie
Pittsburg
MUDDIMAl. H 614 12TH ST.
dm Baa 'sea.
CHANCE FOR A YOUNG MAN.
A new brick store and dwelling
on 7th at. n.w. An ezcellent op
portunity for ayoungman tobegin
business fr hiuasel. 2d:)5 cash,
balance small monthly payments.
PROCTOR & PROCTOR.
$26 07Gst.n.w.
DR. B. FRANK 11BS HAS IIEMOVED
his oltre and residence to 10 :Q at. Tele
phone d20-tit*
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The annual meetiug of the stockholders of the Wash
inrton and A:ezandria TurnpikeCoinipiny is called for
MONDAY. January 4. 11l.2. at 11 o'lock a. n.. at the
sace of the 1% abhmnrten Southern Railway Comopany.
LaUmeron and Fayette et.. Alexandria. Va. Election
for l.ve directors and a clerk and treasurer aean day
Led ptace.
dl. 28.ja4 ALBERT HEWSON. Clerk.
K Z NATIONAL METROPOLITAN BANK,
Washington.D. C.. Decent. erll :, 1il.
The annual election for directors of this bang will be
Wld In the banking house an TUESDAY. the 12thday
if January -1l1t2.
Polo will be open from 11 o'clock a. to 1 o'clock
d2i.28.ja4A11-4t GEO. H. B. WHITE, Cashier.
l VISITING CARDS.
CALLING 3DUpe80
60 centsj O
b cents for 100.
BYRON S. ADAMS. Printer,
d26 o12 11th at. n. w.
THE STEAMER 'MATTA.O" WILL
diaeontinue her trips on the Potomac river
an r.DNESFAY. the 3Git. Will resume her route
ia or about February 1. 1SK. weather per.aitting.
d-2tNI( G. 1. JONES. Agent.
FIND THE BEAR AND CRAWFISH.
One bottie. w.ne Kven with ether. 100
botties given away on the 2 th and 2,th.
d12t.It ALIcE K. SELIGSON.
THIS 18 TO NOTIFY OUR FRIENDS
and the public that we are prepared to do
printrang and engr.iv.ng in all its branches.
14210 at. n.W. opposite Rigars House.
d'__-1w* MAkilN N. EYANs & CO.
DI. EMBER l5. 111.
Just one year ago TODAY sines we assumed
ENTIRE tontrot. Our lusineesahows a flat.
tering increase during tie past year. being just
double that of 11185.
TOLMAN STEAM LAUNDRY.
d18 401 to 4110 C at. n.w.
NOW IS THE TIME FOR FIRZES
Take out a policy In the Firemen's Insur.
ance Conmany.
Capital and Surplus. 6300.500.
O~ce: Corner 7th St. and Ic. av.
ALEEIT A. WIL.SON, E. v. DAVIS.
Ireskenat. Vice kresidet.
C. W. HOWARD. Secretary. eclntola
I VETERINARY.
1 have returned to the city and resumed
picure.
JOSEPH T. BUSHMAN, M. R. C. V. 8.
DOce. 31614th at. n. w. d2] Telephone. 7L
GZ . G. CORN WELL & BON.
41,1424 and 1418 Penn. aye..
Are ready fer Christinas with tens et the
finest quality of
CANDY, NUTI. 3AISIN3e
1I03. &c.
419-1a At the Lowest Pices.
I~sL T11I AND COOKING
STOVES AT CUST.
121.2w To Reduce Sttock.
d21-2wJ..t.. MORAN. 2126 Ps. ave.
REAL ESTATE AGENCT
01
FITON. 101 & anowN.
Wehbeg to announce th- w have reesese ter
sew ocee. 5.. Jes ar. a. sw.. where, with our
saperior iacmites and 1 accc-mnaies= for
bunincas. we will he enabed to gias ecaseed atidac
Mon toour inenada.
We weald call the atieema et these having housee
ie let to enr "*Esa Dearmeed, to whieh seal at
ETm. 101 AND OWN
Deember 3S, 1. 4_._
SEA020N & WItt. STATIOEM.
4a1 rnT BY. N. W.
he.. Eastr Wiles. Deament and -ma
heam. 116. ltmsoas. WeM se
... . Dana.
1111 24. age,
A TA A
e4m.w.
Asmo
SPECIAL NOTICES.
I. O. O F.-SPECIAL MEETING OF
Washinrni n~idesr. N Ao.6 will hed
this MONDAY EVE6ook ataco to maer lar
ra..reanents tc attend the funeral of Brother C. F.
Bartelmes. M{embers will also set at the hall TUES
DAY. December 29. at I o'clock to attend the funeral
it JNO E. ROWLES. N. 0.
Iz A SPECIA L COMMUZIClTION OF LEB
anon ilabre. No. 7 F. A.A. M. will be
held at Masonic Tetule, on TTESIDAY EfENING.
the 'll lnst.. at 7 o'clocit. Meinbers of sister lodges
aeraternally invited to be present By order of the
d28-2t D. (1. DIXON. Secretary.
JOHN A. RAWLf3S POST. NO. 1.-THE
con mander directs that the members of
tes tasseembleat lOo'clock tOMORROW 10RN
ING (Tuesday). No. 7UN I at. s.P.. to attend the fun
eral of our late comrade. Francis linehler. captain sia
ty-eighth rearinentNew lork vo:unters. Interment
at Arlington. Li-.N IN 'COR.OR, Adjutant.
J. W. F. WILLIAMS. Commander. it
MEETING OF THE STOCKUOLDERn
of the Mashin-zton ant Georgretown Railroad
Coaapany, for the election of directors, will be held
at theliceof the 'ornpfa any.Georretowna.on A EDNES
DAY. the 3th day of January. I1W.
The i oils will be open.-t at 10 a. n. and closed at 12
n. irafnsler lon ks will be closed ou the 6th of Janu
ary. 1t81A. and opened on Janutry I.I. 19:.
i. iIURT. President.
C. M. KOONES. Secretary.
SPECIAL MEETING OF THEI ROCII
dala Co-eperative Noriety.-There will be a
special lueeting of the tochd.e Co.operativ: Society
at (i. A. It. hall. corner of 7th and L ets. n.w.. on
WEDNESDAY E\ ENING. December k,. 11+11, at 7
o'clocs. to receive and act upon the report of 4'e spe
cil comnmittee appointed at the meeting on October :)
last.
Note the place. It is important that there be a full
attendance.
by order of the committee.
d- " = C J. J. WILLIS. Chairman.
W. T. U. QUAIRTERLY~MEETING.
Fourth St. M. 1.. chure (4th at. bet. E
andu i.e.). EDNE.DAY. Dec. :i0. fromU9:30a. m.
to 4 P. i. " Mrs. Mary E national Urilllth, organizer
a% oma's Home Missionary seiety. Wal give Bible
readinm i ;U p. tw.; iunen served at sinali char teor
benefit of the union at 12:30; ful reports; all iriends
invited. It
COLUBIAN UNIVERSITY LAW
Skhool.-the Hon. MILLIAM E. SI
3lt'Ott, U. S. Cotinnasiorer of Patents, will com
menUce hs special cours. of eight lectures un the Law
Of Patent, in the Law Lecture Hall of the Columbian
Univer'ity, s.e. cur I.th a:,d H ts.. MUNDAt. Jan
uary 4. 1)2.2. end will coutinue tie course on each
succe. sini hilonay till the end of the series. Price of
tickets to special course. :a For programs of the lec
tures and tor ti.kels appiy to H. G. HODGKINs,
Registrar, at the utuversiu iromi 4 to us o'clock p.m.
d:-1-tlt JAMl. C # kLLA NL. Presid--it.
t OF'ICE O1' THE COMfallSNIONERS,
,lWashington. D. C . Deceuier :he. 1)41s1.
TE a,.ow nec. eary ornectlons to be a.nde toe water
pressure will be reduced throughout the city between
the hours of 7 p. i.. the '24th netant aid 7 am.. the
2th instant. J W. DUiLASS, J. W. tUbS, W.
T. Res-k.L. Coniinisioeure. D. C. It
A QUARTERILY DIVIDEND Or ONE AND
a half "e. cent on the capita, siock of the
o.'anala Tale insurance Co. will be payablest the
ofilee of the comrany on and after January 4. 11:'.
Books for i"anret of stock wail 'lose )cenuaer hi.
181)1.
d'iN-3t _ J. D. COCUHLAN, Secretary.
- ON AND AFTLR JANUARYT 1, 1)it2, ECK
aington and soldiers' Home Riailway will
make transfer of passengers tree et charge with the
'Aashington and Georgeftown rsaroad at corner of 15.th
and G sts. u. w. to and [root Georgetown.
d:iS-t u Ek.uE TitU.OSLELL. President.
FLANAGAN HAS THEM!
SOLID GOLD NECKLACES. 62.50.
Cannot be duplicated at the price offered
after thoseo In stock have been disposed of
not over a half dozen on hand.
51 Seventh street northwest. [5.t.
th-.NOTICE OF Dl.SULUTION OF PART
W'.-.s1Jnership. -The copartnership heretoforeexist
ng antween .oseph A. O'Brien anu Ceorxe L. w ar
wick, doing business under the ur.,, name o U'Drien
A Warwica, at'tji ui ast. n.w.. is th.s day, by mutual
consent and agreement, dissolved. All of the indebt
ednes, due by said parties is hereby asumned by ti.e
said Joseph A. OBrin,. who will continue business on
his own account, and all debts due to said im are to
be paid to said Joseph A. O'Brien- .OnuLH A.
O'BRIEN, GEORE L. WARWICK. d28-t*
OUR BARGAINS IN BICYCLES.
MONDAY. DEC. 28. 189L
AMERICAN LIGHT RAMBLER.
1891 pat:ern; half nickel finish; used but little and
In splendad shape every way; only a1ut0.
- USUAL PRICE. $1LO.
A chance like this doesn't happen twice in a lifetime.
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO..
d' 1325 14th et. 0. w.
HANDSOME ENAMIL
orretouching your furniture. We have a
full line of the beat Ename:s. In rich, ne'low
and glowing colors, of high polish and great
durability. Prepared in handy form for in
stant use.
FRED. A. SCHMIDT.
Art sts'. Archi e-ts' and Etnu.n.er.' Requisies.
Branch-. 17'!'l P. ave. [dmb] l04 9th at. n. w.
~MMOVING RAPIDLY.
The two thousand dollars' worth of
Trouserings have dw'ndlled to a little
overt thousand. Theeac e the,, gh
grade I ndresed W.irsteis-su, as
are affected by the lot-<tressed men
of Loudon cur New York. '1 hey are
not to be mentioned in the s.me
breath with the aed.i cloths end
doinestic wursteir. They are as supe
rior to them as th' D.amoiu is to the
"Past.." Come in end look at then.
feel them. Prices are from :o to: 3
per cent under Now York.
U. WAIIFIELD SIMPSON,
''E.rpert itn Trousers,"
628 Cur. f)tt and G b;s. r.w.
"TONY" TAILORING.
Rarely do you hear such an asser
tion. Generally it is 'T-heap tailor
ing" that is daunted and waved b.fore
the public eye. But we are conten
to produce the Jfine;t o/ ctistm moNIe
garments, stylish, rich and recAerche
-knowing those who appreciate line
apparel will not detour at the
slightly additional cost. The best
always costs, but Is cheapest be
cause it Is "the best. " And "if It Is
stamped 'Keen.' It I. the best."
GEO. T. KEEN.
Cuatou Tatler,
428 -4149th at n.w.
"MERTZ'S" TAILORING LORE,
Just in tune is at all times a plesnt
salutation to hear, for we are internied
that we haves been awake to duty. It Is
Juttif' no surprise to us to be tuformneud s are
Inifft just in time-in brief-15 styles trouser
2'isefI '.ngs-a caisk turesse-just In-worth
61:2 and 6IS-to move thsn ply.e4r
truer, &J.5 and W.50.
W. C. MERTE'S.
2lfloring Rhog.
428 614 l1tha s.
-- IIDEND NOTICE.
WC ~Weshtiton. D). C.. Dciber 28, 1891.
No.,ce is herebty ifiven that a 'as dividend of 0
cets.3er ahare lhas been declared on the capital stock
of the Cat -lnveatntcnt Conapany out of its nct earn
inrs tr tl - Vast year and will he payable at the o~ce
of the compny. ..17 E. corner 0tn at n. w., on SAT
UD .Janay .. itMd:. to all stockboidets of nec
ored 'Tusduay, December '9. 1891. r'rovaded. That
said dividend bie withheld on all 'teck not then fully
paid for until the :at installment is paid, at vinca
time such dividend saaa be. paya.bie. The books tgr
the trausier of atock will he closed on Tuesay. D0.
cember :10. to Siaturday. January 2. botia dates in
cluelve. By order of the board ot directors.
d'H--Jt t ihlIL U. WILrI aMS. 8eeretar.
bc.WAHING1TON D. C. DECL. I 10.
W.-~aASSIGNEE'S NOl'ICE.
George E. Anuley, jeweier, doing businemat No. 431
Pa. ave. ii. v.. i'd,. c.ty, hiving iogoan assn
meat for the bene..t of creditors persons ha
clains against hun are herebjy is o presenst
fled pros of the siaue to the undmslitned eon or befor
January 9, 31)2.
AJIMtAH aM L. SALTZSThIN. JR.,
Asges,
4sa5- 0alih ao11 7:a s. a..
Sheaiupr aifast fbf
cemer fuau
WRITE Urn
21st siase sad fo e .itee
ay hIDS ameyemwhaista
psmpaserg er Egem s --
$s. ve iU ernEat ieurees
iamer, UanubUE a'
m ra er. AND 33W sm A $ -
seen 3UseTaa-en
Washington News and Gossip
lae a e Ader~ei'eftnb,
ADVERTINtN..............................s 8
AMUSEMENTS .................................Pag 8
ATTORNEYS ...................................PAe 8
AUCTION SA L.. .. ....... .Pe 7
BICYCYE.......................................Pas 8
BOARDING. ......................Pap 2
BUSINESS CHANCES .........................Paso 2
CITY ITEMS ....... ......................,.P....e
CHI ROPODIBTS ................................Pap 2
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE ....................Pat 2
DEATHS ..... .............................P... 5
DETS .. ......................
E. .....................Page 7
Ex~usION. ii.............................Puss 8
FAMILYsUPPLIE ... . . 7
FINANCIAL.. ..........................Page 1
FOB RENT (Oa=o ............................Pat, 2
FOR RENT (Eoomo .............................Pags ^
FOR RENT (Roess............................Pace 2
FOIL RENT (Stores).............................Page 2
FOR RENT (Stables)........................... .. 2
FOR SALE (Houssa)............................Page 2
FOR SALE (Lo4$)................................Paig 2
FOR SALE (Horaasand Vehicim) .............Page 2
FOR SALE (PlanoSi .............................Page 2
FOR SALE ((,al.a.noM)..................... Page 2
HOTELS.........................................Par, 8
LADIES' GOODS .......................... Paze 8
LEGAL NOTICES.,...........................Page 2
LOCAL MENTION.............................Page 8
LOST AND hOUND.......................Pace 2
MARRIAGES-...................................Pate 5
MANICURE...................................... rues
MEDICAL ........................................Page 7
MISCELLANEOUS.............................Pae b
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN ..........Page 3
NOTARIES PUBLIC.............................Page 2
OCEAN STEAMERS ........Pag 7
POTOMAC' SEVER BOATS .............Pa- 8
PIANOS AND ONGANS.................Page 8
PERSONAL......................................Page 2
PROFESSINAL ............................. Page 8
P'OPOSALS.....................................Page 2
RAILROADS ......................Pa 8
S'ECIAL NOTICES.....................Page 1
SPECIALTIES ..............................Page 7
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.......................Page 2
WANTED (Help)............................... Page 2
WANTED (Houses)............................Page 2
WANTED (Lots)................... Page 2
WANTED (Rooms) .............................Page 2
WANTED (Stores).........................Page 2
WANTED (Situsatons) ..........................I's 2
WANTED(Miscellaneous)......................!'ae 2
WINTER RESORTS ...........................Page 8
Statement Of the circulation of THU EvNGnm
Sras for the week ending December 16, 18L:
MONDAY, December 21. 991............. 3,782
TUESDAY, December 22. 1191............ 33,556
WELNESDAY, December 23.1891......... 33,400
THUhSDAY, December 24. 1691.......... 3,049
FRIDAY, December 25, 1801............. 29.506
SATURDAY, December 26, 1891......... 38,116
Total................................... 201,411
Daily average........... ...... 33,568
Corresponding week 18m................. 32,682
I solemnly swear that the above Is a true and
correct statement of the circulation of Tua Evax
ING TAS for the week ending December 24, 1I.+
J. WHIT. HERRON,
Cashier Evening Star Newspaper Co.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this twenty
eighth day of December, A.D.181.
W. P. VAN WICKLE,
Notary PubSe.
New Year Receptions.
Tax Bran will on Thursday publish a list of
those receiving or not receiving on New Year
day. Persons desiring to announce that they
will or will not receie can do so wishout any
charge by sending nodees to Tax STaN at any
time prior to 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
The notices should contain only the announce
ment whether there will or will not be a recep
tion, the names and the address. Every notce
must be properly authenticated to insure pub
lication.
OovnaxxxT RECEIrB ToDAT.-Internal
revenue, 4495,794; customs, $533,85L
NAvAL Oana.-Passed Assistant SurgeonJ.
D. Gatewood ordered to the Naval Academy.
EXEcUTIvE CLEaENCY.-The President has
remitted the unexecuted portion of the son
tence imposed in the case of Hattie Wilhiams,
convicted in the District of Columbia of as
sault.
8ScnzTAaT FosTin.--Secretary Foster took
advantage of the good weather today and went
out for a short drive. It is said at the Treasury
Department that the Secretary is so much im
proved in health that he will attend the meet
lng of the cabinet tomorrow.
MovazzNT or SILyra.-Tho issue of silvor
dollars from the mints and treasury offices
during the week ended December 26 was $740,
925. The issue during the corresponding
period of last year aggregated $724.069. The
shipments of fractional silver coin since the 1st
instant amount to 41.078,674.
Tax Naw Faaxca MrxisTa.-M. Patenotre,
the Fenoh minister to the United States, was a
saloon passenger on the French liner La Cham
pagne. which arrived in New York from Havre
yesterday. le was accompanied by his secre
tary, M. Depret, and M. Aude, an attache of
the legation. The minister is expected in
Washington this afternoon.
Tax CoNsTKLLATIoN Avarxz..=-In re
sponse to a letter from Senator Washbuin,
suggesting th, use of a man-of-war of the
United States navy fur the transportation of
bread stuffs contributed bf the millers of Min
nesota to the starving peasanats of Muss, Siecre
tary Tracy has announced that the sailing ship
Constellation. now at Annapolis. whichi was
fermerly Used upon a like occasion to carry
food to the starVing popd~ation .f Ireland, is
avaiaable for the proposed servces. She will
carry about 6,000 barrels of flout, an.d can be
sent at short notice to any point that may he
most conveulent for the shipment of her cargo.
Paasozaz,,e-L. H. Walt.r of Baltimore, C. I.
Nell of Gatofgo. Joseph Bessy of Boston and B.
V. Lucas et f Louis are at Willard s.---. L.
Norris af~tu and Eugan. ('alhoun omf Bltp.
more are aRe an"l --J. D- 1 resch a
Boston, P85. alchafr of New York .a: A. 3.
Mart of Bteklyn are at the Arl .-.-.
John ). Mamma of Arkanas, T nh.
of New lork and Charise B. Alanch
of Chiaoare at the Shbrsbham.
c. W. Sml3of y'raous.. . Hartet Newi
Yor, B M., a net RIIhN. C., adW.
G. WeatitO are att 1 ,---. M.
Lee of *u , . 1. Eler Ouhs
Ohio, 'IgoLye of Beeheater and l. 0.
feg~.u~srem attheEbit--Waa.r
HaigI~. D. ~fe et Phneiuphs . 1
~it~Leus see at theNOUa -
Bhst, &B. Detter of aves sad GeL. a
Marks et lorida are at lhe Cistaan.-J. I
. Nnoimm fmmahaasmemeW.she,
Lam of. CleebmNeOh s 6 k, o. P
Ko saa Jo , Mar.ama eft
me at . Uind. S
We ua and I
es .
STILL TALKING OF WAR.
The immes- us.*=tl en Sat e rexnas 3astm
ties Wsth t.aM
ROW Vabrons FACTS AND TAT= 3 an I
TZU?323D--namar MADE 3T eoVUansM r
OWrIcIALs, AED TEE nIlonTED ACTIVE sVaE 1
nATIONs FOR " DSIaLa Or FfORM.
The government officials are still trying to
allay all apprehension cf war with Chile, but
preparations are being made for war, and it is
undoubtedly believed by those fully acquainted
with the situation that there will be
a demonstration of hostilities in a
short time. The unexpected is, of course,
always liable to happen. It may be
safely asserted that nothingcould happen more
unexpectedly t. the government officials just
now than a peaceful settlement of this trouble.
The conviction that this is so does net arise
from the fact that active preparations are be
ing made to meet any contiz.gency. Such prep
arations would have to be made, as a mat
ter of precaution even if the government were
ever so sanguine of a settlement without ap
peal to arms. It is not possible to judge of
what a cabinet officer thanks of such a situation
by reading his public declarations. These
amount to nothing under such circumstances.
Tom insr harocn view TAKEX
But there are means of knowing what his
private judgment is. and by these means it is
learned that in the highest official circles the
most serious possible view is taken of the situ
ation. The possibility of war has passed into
a probability, and the probability into almost
a certainty. With the increased gravity of the
situation, thore is an assumption on the
part of high officials of an unnatural-a do
ridely artificial display of the outward forms
and show of satisfacion with the situation.
The fact that the Boston has today sailed from 1
Valparaiso is said to have no significance which
points to peace.. If it were knewn that war
would be declared within a week she would not
remain in Chilean waters without a powerful 1
consort.
Is is asserted that the administration expects
hostilities and will be surprised at any other
outcome. The War Department Is as active as
the navy in its prepartiors. While denying
that the Chilean affair is giving them any con
ern, preparations are bei.g made for the mass
log of the regular troops.
T3OUnLN ox TSE MEXICAN neBDER.
The acting secretary of War said today when
asked for an explanation of the unusual activ
ity in army circles: "Nonsose to talk of war
with Chile. Nonsense, why do they not talk of
war with Italy!"
The situation on our Mexican border is what
seems serious to me. I think there is positive
danger of our getting into trouble with Mexico.
They may complain of our permitting Garza i
and his band to pass back and forth
across our border. We must have troops
there to prevent this. It begins to look
to me as is Garza might succeed in getting up
a serious revolution. The situation is serious
and we have got to look out for things all along
the Mexican border."
In the same connection he said that Garza
was reported to have 200 men, but that it was
impossible to tell how many he had.
No INFOaMATION TO GIVE.
The news hunters found the "Chilean sitea
tion" as mystifying as ever today. Every one
was eager for information and there was no in
formation to give. There is a surprising dearh
of facts in the ease.
On the one hand the undeniable evidemess of
extreme activity on the part of the government
toward warlike pre on. and Ion the other
is the flatly negative attitude of everybody
connected with the administration whenever 1
the subject is mentioned. Today brought no I
mew light.
The Navy Department was in a fever of busi
ness. but whether or not it was due to the statas
of the Chilean case could not be discovered.
amiasTxa MOxTT's Di exs.
The dinner that was given Saturday night by I
the Chilean minister ir. honor of the inaugura- 4
ion of his president and name-sake tn Chile is I
mot thought to be, at all significant, even I
though Secretary Blaine attended as
the guest of honor. It was perfectly f
natural that any fcreign minister, giving
such a dinner, should invite the Secretary of
State, and until there had beer. an actual
breach of >eace betwees the two countries, it
would be ost incumbent upon the Secretary to
accept.
The placid and complimentary tone of the
speeches that were made at the table are not
mow regarded as having any important bearing
on the case, considered away from the glare of j
the lights and out of the perfume of the ban
suet room.
MINisTEn ROaN'S ACTION.
The reports from Valparaiso that Minister c
Egan was conspicuous at the inaugural cere
nonies in Chile on Saturday by his presence at
is home did not seem to worry the offcials at
he State Department this morning. It was t
ntimated by Assistant Secretary Wharton
hat 3dr. Egan was in a l m
he master of his own movements and it
ras not a matter 3f esser to thisgoverament a
whether he attended the showor not. The bear- 3
ug on the case of his action in such an event
nust necessarily be small
TE TAL or AaIlnTAo,
The talk that Chile's next mnove would be a e
proposition to submit the whole msatter to
irbitration dld not gum much crede. '
la fact peop~le are gradually ettling
nte the attiude of doabtag every
king that is said or written just now E
spoa the subject unless It is based on a poel- e
lye, fact. Pure speculation has been devel- t
ved to the .cint of weakening the credulity 3
fthe public, and there will probably be me y
novement In the market. aithes: for peace erg
war, until the Enal reply has bees reeived a
rome Santiago.
Thu general tont today, though, sasmed a
Ittle more j~iamid. Yet there Is me reason far
mny ehange of view. 1Th situation here isja
he same as it was last waek, and Mr. Igm'
ilence-he has rnet eahied sine Wdsy- t
roakd sesm to inae that there is ne hage ~
n Chile. PUDR OSAtT3.d
A. oeaser of the navy vemtaed spes esd
sounds of theery this msrng wham spakiag
a a Sras rqerter. He said: "Thse mast be
ome reas for this aadsqs ae cf tame en
he ot~f aar overnt."
heke oe' the war tal emt het have seame 6
jeandlIthuh I ea eseaes ebisethe imat
sythat I have hamasd. is
lB s thsaght est Padiame Macit @
th Galted States, butthst hae Ua
Sas ebiet cf msn whoame
seabruch as. lhe whale saee
aentry is amhMhs~is. Met meab.
-e the mismess cf a wa
isth as Uniai masn ead is amsiat B
voe freebie. But he is in ase n
iss,. the ~m hetses a - pl~a
Iqm a wm a aa
.st mew '"-mig to seeme tos a ms
A mete smeu a g ene o
.ews -t at a
ne. th 6 m
Ua e
QS
tag a foothold, and meanwhile he intimates tO
be United States that he esanot possl
alogise under pressre. He suggests that
government should haul in its horns and
top talking war he will be insa position to se
aure a favorable reply to ats demands. Other
Wise he cannot answrt for the consequences.
"That is the theory. This government sees
he wisdom of the suggestion. and, while going
ihead with the measures of caution. makes an
madeavor to choke off the the tone of belliger
ince that has suddcnly been heard frem the
whole country. I can see no other reason."
nx ugcmaar TacT's orric.
Secretary Tracy's office presented a busy
cane this morning. Within an boar he lw
lenator Allison, chairman of the Senate com
nittee on appropriations: Senator Cameron,
hairman of the committee on naval affairs;
lenator Butler. a member of the same commit
e; biens. Frye and Hato. UChief Ce.
tructor Wilson. Chief Engineer Mel
rile, Capt. Phillips, who is to ecm
naad the new cruiser New York; Lieut.
Mason. executive officer of the same vessel;
ommodore Folger, chaef of the ordnance bu
eau; Commander Chadwick, and lastly Mr.
has. Cramp, the shipbuilder. Notwithstanding
his sign of official activity and the reports
liat are printed of unurnal work at the navy
rards. the officials of the Navy Department
leny that there is the least speck ot a war
loud in sight.
THE novTERETB or TE LAN Taa1e2eO.
Assistant Secretary Soley says that he has
lready expressed his views as to the navy yard
work. When asked where the tau Francisco is
wound he declined to give a definite answer.
>ut when he was reminded that the last time
he went out for "gun practice." as reported
y the department. she had turned up at Val
aso he said that the vessel had no orders
,or Cie
A naval officer who should know, when asked
f the cruiser was bound for Acapulco, replied
hat she would not go as far south as Mexico.
le also stated that the laltimore was now prob
bly north of Panama on her way to San Fran
:sco. The chief of the ordnance bureau added
a the general denials by saying that there was
to unusual activity at the naval gun factory.
hr. Cramp also insisted that his force was not
orking faster or longer than usual. He mid
hat he had received no anstructions from
he department to hurry up the work on
he naval vessels now building at his
cards. Commodore Wilson. the chief con
tructor, had gone over to Philadelphia
iaturday to inspect the progress of the naval
work and had not found a single man of the
1,000 employee at work. Moreover, Mr. Cramp
lid not believe that half of his force was at
work today as they were keeping the hbiday
Mason.
TIE sTATE DEPaMIENTI.
At the Department of State mattsee meed
long in the usual serene fashion, and there
Was not a trace of warlike excitement. The
ifficials my that nothing has been heard from
Minister gan since the 2id instant.
)O flIrOarTIO AT TE waR DaraairxST.
At the War Department neither Acting See
etary Grant nor Maj. Gen. SchoSed, who
rould certainly be in a position to know, had
may information of an intention to appoint
len. Miles to command the army in the event
of war with Chile. In fact the only
ign of warlike preparation visible at the
znecutive departments consisted in an order
ssueed Saturday for the immediate prepation
if the new twelve-inch gun just omted at
he navy yard here, for transportation to nli
oraia, togetbe: with 42,0 pounds of pre.
natic powder and 11,WS saizinch shells,
won noxmr tmo sacasranT nurm.
Senor Montt, the Chilean minister. eailed at
he Department of State at noon. He was im
mediately shown into Secretary Blaine's private
iffice and had an interview with the Secretary,
asting half an hour.
TUE camJUs acan~u.
Imp. Waster WIMB 3smes Mbseae tim
se e maS BCng.
The superintendent of the 'eases aftsr to
morrow will have his office in the Inter Ocean
unikling, on 9th street near F. Since the active
work of the census was begun he has been e
ated in the building at the corner of 3d
ad 0 streets, and a majority of the
Oee fore. has been in that building ase and
a what I. known as the anne. The Inter
bean building was occupied by the popula
ion division and there the work of tablating
he enumeration schedules was dome.
'he process of reducing the elerieel
ores has been going on for some tie
ad now it is possible to And room in the
nter-Ocean building for practicall y- the entire
ensue force. The annex to the building at
he corner of 3d and G streets will still
ontinue to be occupied by the division of
riating, Mr. Hyde's divisions of agriculture
ad the clerks employed in coating the
tatistics of the Indiana, collected under the
Lirection of Mr. Thoes. Donaldson, and those of
laska. collected by Mr. Petrof. Owing to the
onditions of the appropriation a number of
lerks will be furloughed after January 1 until
:ongress makes a further appropriation to
ontinuo the work.
The Interstat n-s.si VeiMasisa
On the 1st day of January, 1891, there will be
lree vacancies on the interstate amnami-min
wing to the resignation of Judge Ceoley of
[ichigan, the death of Mr. brangg of Alabama
ad the expiration of the co=mision of Mr.
lorrison of Illinois.
It is authoritatively sated that Mr. Eerrissa
ill be reappinted. A lively fght is in
regress over thesother tw M . (Gie
nite of Georgia and Mr. Adams of Arkass
eling the laeding e-adiata. far the encamey
tuned by Mr. Bra'a death.
Tug following applietisns for anthe.ttg go
rganise -otio-a bankshavebeemaed with the
mtroeneror the eurraey: The Commerae e
ional Bank of Everett1 Wash.. by John E.
[eManas. Everett, ad a-e-b-as- and tes
Irst National Bank of Pulan, Panman
rash., by .0G. De llsdp, I' an be
maeein.__
Eumrra ,e Dawan..hg bestasy
pauiing ha deMed m the prsesien of
me tariff aet pr.Mbiam e~eanse et d&ew.
ask en "ei eshe made bum eweepoted sued"
a et ae t 'sees enee"
ave been haketd to qidests enin for
rawbask en e~tderg ne
mdame wih declass.
Beem sm Oraem--Dr. Am loe
eM ot (~Mbddg4 Mem., who sd g
Mns lmed bAh.ag mby mie
st eepieso er wetmy bamg-he ~ s
d~e as essemiserses-a
. net asse 3maa eu baav ein
lis end 3m thepgemg head
ire msialpupese
agsesa he3edem e '4maef w
resfyimane mdee nsssissld~m i
aE
.b an"'..s ....
ey toh sa t a 4sa
eaabem Shrapt
as . . . . . ,...
nia n a arnain ase
BOSTON'S BIG BLAZE.
J~ i &'gtm flCkSI1U !U
La.
Damage Cawsed by Fite at the
Pontiac Insane Asylum.
LATE TELEGRAPHI1 NEWS.
ins.iaer vn ELagaauw um.
on. of e mseese ulng. n. ass.
Boaton. Dec. 3.-Te meet destreefe st
which has raged in this city sine the 11embe.
giving day blaze ef 1815 eecurred ast mgha
It was of a somewhat extended area and far a
time threatened millions of denln' wet of
surrounding property. The total lees in abea
01.600.000. The nsctare burned was bhe aew
story-end.-half brick building with beees
trimminms with a frontage at iii and 11 and
141 Federal atrest be rear forming a esetin
ouse strcture es Federal court with a entage
of ffty feet on Miltos place. It is owned by
the Revere hears and is damaged to the huted
of 1125.000. Fully insured. The perimn af
the building with a frontage at 1 1 Federit
street with a rear side fronting on Mittes pase
was occupied by larker. Holmes & Cp., thee
jobbers. whose Loss is about !110.015. Fa3
covered by Insaranee. Tlhe parties with a
frontage at 133 sad 135 Federal street me once
pied by Moener. Codding 1 ('e.. beet, thee
sad rubber jobbers, whose loss it ed
at from *1UO00 to f223.5 Was but sd
full insured.
T ire seems to have oiinated in barber.
Helmes & Co.'s basement. Its maum in sat
known. The first alarm was gives at 73 p.
m., the secome at 8:10 and the third at $
At 11 o'clock the fre ne under contrel se hr
as the danger of its sreadamg was eaeseeed.
At 3 a.m. it was still rning and will
bly rcquire the reenea's services ai4Ft
noon. The dense smoke caused by the busr
iag of the leather and rubber gods tendesel
the Are an extremely dangeroes one for the
Arenas e to ight. Many Bremen were iejred,
the following being the last: (bief Nginesr
Weber. hurt in the Leg and hbrt intersalvt
District Chief Egsan, laire Masvema. Ls.d S.
Smith of cheminal engine No. 2, Edwrd Op
row, overcame by smnoe;, J. T.G .
der No. 8. cut in thigh: Melen Joy. Indder 17.
dislocated ankle; George W. Thompees of Na.
1, cut with glass. and Job 3 Lsty of eingine
6 and John Maheaga. engine 2, taks ia
hemorrhage. An ambulance with a corps of
doctors from the Emerieasey HospiinI were at
the scene f the Ire live ye thes &e
naes were probably saved by the preempt leass
meat they recived
Ew Tort AatRAflut woes. ======s.
Naw Yoas, Dec. L-The "Isreda," scees
story apartment hose, ah Saee and 3d
avene, was damaged S10.0M by Ore at TM
this merning. Tweety-eight in..a. who re
sided in thme bs. al mnade their essae to
safety. most of them by way of the fee esosq
wsu which tae hows was well esplied.
Alt TZrK c(rAZmA - EER
Twa Emigness Whoe Mae Ne. UMea
Maps of new IuammsseH h.oe.
C=scaoo, Dee, 3E.-merning papereag 6e
an ofieeer of Gen. Miles' Mat reesivedae teg...
last evening trem his brotser, a United Utates
soldier statiesed at les Fkamass, tal
ing him of the arrest thee yMeder
of two foreigmers, ee a opamad, the ser a
CMins, who have besn therefor the pat bee
weeks and soting in a mesaser to eaes i
con. They spunt wm tie in their rosem in
their hotel, obsr gthestriee stseeeey.ltey
s i e saWitie de drawing me
andl whe te es o t an es ia.pat want is
the directies of the hrbor where bey woe
several times arqrised wt~ in be appusest
act et makimg a seit-ses y of Qe
locality witha compga. 16ey else eadeawese
I.th lete gsanelt sfe mpas
ag the terpedoes raoted to the hb.
The amen weswureesdes a of Pansy
though they as wrongly ampetded
Cb--- qpass It iset pp be
charge of ea be -d ea
me ae weQ ear ed wih mery.
ena n se eU. Osat an Wam T a
Pomeac Na.. Dee. 3.-The m mel by
the Are at the Eastern Miehiges Asylum Ow be
Iame Is aet heavy, W at bat -e--*-' nh
north wing omad of being ealirely galed is
in hir codiesn boles the sesn
leer. The upper fle are oepleb wroah,
theroof having fares i.. The sb aliea
building the main .tracte,
wreck, but even at that the emoe e .'
asylum express a hope that be wait by e
ovesd. The south wing is but little i
There is absolutely as clme reves san
gent conjecture as to t . of be ire.
There was nothingr t en gthrebesetej
where the. Are caught wihit Is believed smig
have Impartedth ------yspat TheeSee
of thme asyleen declire ItSSwill sedhed e
burned portsssma, and ee shi aessoenalm i' eB
thme wails are prove. to have esased hibs red
deaage. The hama to the state Is whoeer e
building ad refturai bung bill may eeame to, as
there is net a dellar ot inenee es apei.
vmuuos~ Eas mam .
sCmtes OainWenmytg to Met. We
CUScaGO, Dee. U.-A aisming paper ee
Bausted by the threats of icnams ee
enmity he khewred in the ism et d.g, he.
iapst Stole's Atersy Valium 5. Eie., r.,
lis at his horne ssering beeases e. u..
Wlee. Within be h..twa. wees
a deep-itid e lee Msi moe a evened b
a remra - 4 eset im and e
mvery preesasties km bee. tabs U is ee
hat the dager itset yet md.the wbtees.
hair is esusesped ins a t mvae whitk B
mimat oet bts anSa mee adeSm
damm is very seie, het esime t gie ieI
ngbe ....... .e...ng e.pb
eauaweBa sme ee msse miem
Mr. EidS ebeies e teeS of be mp
but declines to give deedns. 5 is ase
hit s me a equsally bees Osaaed hr
wimiadhe es ea eslasnd dam
sea amsman ee ~ mG
Massesu, tha Dee . -4s 5me
hege atOse 1ings be aaige
be - dbm bqain us peassema
3gS Sm b be be
mesbg. jeiese u~
ni. hmpse.mm k
G a b e s n a s ea m
hm ,"i esos
adoen 4 M
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