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SA'mTe los Nm.tDr 3.m C. 3abIT A~u1ey 1 TS WIe. Am 11VTol Ljtu. ti.. I. HMst nett. 11.0. M Tu. 1twfl-ha bo itSrbemwr e e""m OU.m. JlU ,eqe. tt. 'w 4..Sa. Ma .~ e CmS. UI aI "tb la t1" As.e. DGEawal busm d. Ct. 3*161ss 3m arry.Av>taD. 133 a."aa *U aimui." T.C. W u m'. e a. SPECIAL NOTICE.. 11W.L C051113 RAVELERS. 1tt 1bol 1.M 'r pat-."oo adu a 0'7 l Orxar u rn Co.. Opus wsIM mae4uw D3tMsn. a St*WUm .,-.w BAIAD IS ALT. EOLLDATP33uiOrI1.7 pp1 DEA Al P.1CWEA S UBB~ii.A, II~kJ1',AID WEBISS. .r-Aa PE 0111 pet . la . u p., ~N~~ i so I.aCj *ZA 3at3r NE Mt w li q lwar Slm iai t u Is4L tart tlMt , ut amed. taW iioM ofthe.tttI ulf if atariua tb p.aaat. u~r.rntloir "ruuIf e IS 00N52IPATION. 1. GRILLOW A~. EITABDEB OPColv><Ir! TO B01 A W B. 1 WE CLOSIID OOT T?3Of A LEADTN@ CLOAS VtXUFACTUR3RI HS XTIRI SAMPLE L1143 (17 LAUIL9' C4.0AEM AT A (IfEA S ACRIPICE ?11) 071111 7313 AT A1007 3ALF TILIRE CRCE UL Pi IOES. THIS LIRE OOMIPEIREM LA D)IE:' TUR3E-QCARTKE COATS, 1EE14, C~tLI CATS, be.. IN TANS. BLOB ED BLAOL $12115 U TO 7 . THE REGLLAB P11014 01 THESE WRAIW 3A!1O'D 7. 011 01. TO 45o. 77TV Ot CAI OET 71113D 1)FuB 11111 LOT YO'PLL UBELT GET A RAIMJ sly WE MATE MAAIEtD TNI.V 7101 OA. 50 Tit S0. 01 A3OUT EALI TE RAG l.Ak PBJCLL OPr EDOULAR STOCE O7i LADTI$'. 115111$ AD CBILDSIEW3S REAPS AT A Dh.0003?T 0P1 1trt11 10 TO Y6 P33 CRELT 077 MAILED PIICIS WET lOT? A WRAP Volt A PRESENT7 I WIEN TOO CAI (031 A 00011ON WITH S.0EH A 011ALL OUTLAfl LaIma Wrap. 6am.................9.50 to 049.11 Bl~~..........f...................4.50 to 7'.0 Chf)*ae aWvmputtfr ........_.... E3801.900 Dm l to 1.aao wa a. ~. ( I la5_s J01.o & L dM 71$ E~wwa a... WE All BOW PRLPAAED TO 0NOW THE MOUT IITT IsIVE ARSOTMET WI NAYE ?711 EKIITED IN 70171*7 aJD POBCALA I! PROP 5IC~ILT DICOAAE TPIECES TO SMAL.t /1/111113 li ARTICLE$. ENPE OIALLT ADAPTED 101 OE1tI9ThAA PRAUENTS, ME CUT ANp EIGRAVEID PARLOIR. BStQUE? PIA3O LAXPS. AND BAIT NOTELIIM, Ewa w bas Dumehei t 11. W. EEIDSU, 1215 F S7 410 HOLIDAY BAHOAI~s. mPOaLL DISOUNT 101 TEE 167S O11.7. DEADMOET ('FEIGN? ORAID. Rivulet prL'". 060O; apudul pica, O4B DUNNING UPRIGHT GRAID, awur ... W00;bwA "~ea614 SPECIAL NOTICES. UJNiON LODGE NO.l 1. I. O. F . IL of Miaalay Deemer he :3 ~m i mhrs wi take noffee ta thIs 0 i . l last m ne he quarter. The. wrieo u, rs fo the wat, te w te .A ftll atteadaen is "_ 4..t I-C.D E..ON. le. Sey. A. A S. t. wTI~s8DY g 3wMk Dsomcm In 7:30 e'eloclt. All remiser Bestush Ill. *fn== toa vlte. I twain ~of Iwyeprae.s Hy osrrof 0. taoU. A35O1 3. j Tflot WA8IWNGTON XARIET COMPANYT.-. Tb annual Levatn, f t1e Waeabatee 1ar t u paay will b, held at theo ce of bIecompan . in the Cater learnk, to the cityef Waa an at 1 "ectock m. o" the AllAI4T MO~tDA beluow g0ay 7f3aysry. IN 3 fort he ehotee "t thlrt ea dreti wrtSP tnosina year and to set on any othet subet alibi, the power of the corpotatteo tint may he 4oee rbe the heetlan. BAMUEL .CU RI Washte. D. O., De. 17,182 d20to31 TEE ANNUAL MEE TN OF TI - ebholdke of the W s6 Eif It).A ANI f of Weanetn ter the eleoeeq a fl n -Ators all' be bld at the beak e TV DAY. Januy 10. I o Po o l. CHAR. P. WILLIAMS. did 19.28.ja2.9 Caes,. FEW YORtE I.EF hav a fe or ett of ther. en trjpb t baving recel ae can he sppllM0 mme. by I.. w et Nwe a ar for ea Year e oe 8 cents 100 for ITelepheme. 8S )1 d21 D.12 l1Uth a.w. DR. ANTTA NEWCOOB M0EE ifA 4th K t 2 r 8 ot t andeee f mn l ratce 'o? ru 10fp O. f ass m., z A AGiIEiNT UPRIOBT PIANO;1 4a aned tn mahoeany i also additional ptan ttt R4OrWIC p00. _P2jbi. ?0 on eay S APPROPEIA1 N PR.ESENTI AT PUb. SELL'S, bet, ,b.o..l woeed t. ies .f FIt. abtleon nwet l have. Why wouldn't a pretty 11 N~l It List, an Ad dree Book or "lemore rem Beek o that uuent. or elm. a mlhle? Aletah., all kinde aid all price.. A Webbter "a"lrtged D~-. ganary-what bettee Sete. nw arfety ul Cb drew'- Books. All d", tboth verb. of aet sad the ortnart"tP.CAtU. d.t. LADIES' NAND-SEWYD SHOES AT 83 eil $1. Every' pair o'.r,nt.e4. Or-e a il 10 m. E. M. DAYFI, 430 New York iiv. P. 8. -I have erd all eeectin witb avaesr & Davia Iaeqrporqad). 417 ''WET GOODM" FOR ODRINTMAS WEEE. The fi-.t Wi,. e ad Ltqoq mann fr tred -an he had hsere st Dlsn pad for the Inferior. P Tee ran dlfr, Wbl.iea and llqna'"r-of all kinds 014 Sela,"a. the 8.." Whakex, t. 8 die illed from -elected on l: ated rain. 4 y-asoldonly 80c an.r8.Osahue. N. A. POOLE, 944 LA. AVE.N. W. 423 CARD PLATER. and nawraved dIes for r respondence pae.r" of th.e late arm, of Ml a. Pores ..nd Oednay A Rberta "o. are In Mr. O-dney's charce. who will take pleaa are to prosaptly and properly Alling any erder entrusted to him. A. . OEDNET. 5s -t.r Ge"aney & Robert. Cn.. ENGRAVING AND BTATIONEAT Al 1at Ead. POST BUILDING. 10TH ST AND PA. AVE. 4845 Far hire at raao..abl pis. dl-am 1312 Pet, s.w. . ZCOALi COAL! COALI --4. 50 PER TON ].lths pice at Thbllelphao Pe Coil. A Se co bar it rant.. ,elfeedae and ceok stov. I hae a fo and complete stock of PiWt-erade Coal for The Oral. Denchb ofc eeonvealen:ly located to the Wee Nato tire. aad west End uta ,d. IfJ 10t at. a. w. Tet lphone cal. 17, O.74 '_ ON. I. ATiIN. al4-2m RAMEICAN ICE AND OAL 00.,.me. . w. ear. 10th and P a. a Telephone dii. White dAb. tatt......g&A l.;. Vale, lov...57.00 Whis. ..............7 Whtin L tepes;....p.e. OpeC na ...nin... Good.2 CAWO' ORET.RPLFTA Sellezactioa gUaranteedi saty.. -an r h t he tof . - an c s a with a few o and toeabv oa. 414t exton' GOraod trobe. ilt nickeled, set to bet 10. 12. 14 and 16 E at. a. . . Telephuse 4:8 tweenaechandla. fare carriagee, &c. Sep. Hr te bt.v r to a. mOpu ense. Gp od hndlpine. Cm4tent de. ALBERT? TREGO. 414-Am Manager. OFFT A TARR MUTUAL FRT A oad ,, ar he ereby bre reme their 1 he 1for the ye.that ror of 1 'a attnd o4'.i Teel ee tw, aat sow tarh~ nw use-, avo the rowd. o t W N LEN 0TELER. d5-19lt . ecretary. ppdnCthiCWdS STpND ~ we COOL , e.. 10, 12, O tand. at whol t. Oeronme ns. T. cFancy Paper., c.1p cUT A~LE'ST TEGO 57 511. *h 50, Apeces W. C. MEETE. f4ouaer Meter. S8oy"'r14 11th ct. b A E COMOU PANY RFE A. ND W. hnrn LATEO swa r,1 psIr~eo r b r before te LAT MONDAY In bi.y he, e8 1o thetteas10 1.atn to oeanr e .e t h U14 few at. a. w. JCOAL FACTS FOR OLD WEATER. q tyla oa as a-e I o. Ii can he. s to he alaed p Wotje-.e inre 5tSad Wf arethry.coal.rlivred can'm7evrytiauflevetar a aelbe I. V. BALDWIN JOHNSON. aler I10 . L ave.,l A t.n.e.. 914g.e.w. TNEETEN EDESK CALENDAR LASTON & R311. -t111th t., hat. 511. ave, aS Ehl SF tM 3l COi4~ URIR NlOV. 6. In i these eclama. nme uneque. scale ad the tone adtoe's ofthe mec - a.wet a ama frer NAtI D alm 3Mm ~..O-T. . .-t en SPECIAL NOTICES. OOMPLINENTS OT THE SEASON. We wtsh our is and patrona a very merry Chrlstmas and a prosper ous New Year. CHAB. . HODGKIN. "bpart Eanmier flabs 6Gase.' 8187thst. n.w. 42 (AY'SANTA BE GOOD TO YOUI You will hay. a merry Chriatmas i quite aur., but that ye will live to see, many other,. enycentiasal happinessand becoupe prospereas i' not ao sure. That yea m FR lw aAl. j~~TED CrML ft.or$ 'I e 1 at. . w. . one door..e l.- e as.a.. da d TOTIN F X b.ACtAL . Whnle we are maki., . --peoalty of 6880 Fall D'enn Suit to mesure frogp now unti January 1, for 650. plese beer In mind that should you require a Semi-Drew. Solt. a Busi aer Suit, an Overcoat ir a pair of Trouser . yen will Sad na ready to serve yea with both 1 rick fabrtio and high.rade art, both sote awl and hcA. OWEN. FAs haflor. 428 11Th ST. iJasbe., he seaes), diN WHICH-WILL-YOU~-AVE? " are lots of men who wouldn't weer any other ar. a -'nem" Hat. Thereare a no bar wb we.r none but a "Christy." Ws - mire their choice of ..tlter. for there are none netter-in qaality sr eyl. We are sle ageuml for both C aty and "Ene " B. II. STIN r A 80N. &5l 1237 PA. AV N.W. de-la WHAT ONE DEMANDS OP A TAILOR. When one ues to a tailor fee a garmeat,be it a enlt.an overcoat or a pair of trense, it is not s much the superior quality of the fabrle that one dreires and dmmanda as it IS the superter weseag. cst. A and gemesral wawa. 1re your s'enogmUiSndWsuleetavtyt? MNYIWP & '. dOt) 1Ill PENN. AYENUF, Baer'e Otd "Stae!',. dle I'S THE DAY BRFl CHRISTMAB~ A ns all tAreu1A oar Aeuer Yoa'll mn 'rainerveter For yourrerorrpoau. Crowsl of things to pive. Art BOONS and ordma:ry Books, Stattenery. Noveltfee -In hor t, everythin. your husband, wife, child or frienl oud wish for-all are hy at p rces wray slot. w tyow're4a tA. A tbi WM .ALLANITYlE B SOBS, 4:t. eventh at. r. w d24 ABOUT 'iOtR NEW YEAR RESOId TIONl. he New Year w11 anon be ushered Into e latence b: Tiue' Be.ting Dtnk'na. As theol year e'-ire amitA the anoer, yet sweet an n-usier onsa of.. thouami bels t- e t! ougb - ful nind w I cn m e pas 'van In oet. a a.son of s ad I irity to tyke a brief retrospect and consdertheerr.:o' therst andformood reaetution. for the futnre. In ola this we wish t4 ,ay .to1 those of the vublie who have listen". t.+ the siren seng of the cheap tailor or clothler and dard theusselve today with a edd saus t, to ttan' for a moment ad reswlve at hereafter they will pursue a more anahle and protrhbe coprue by p.trenlzlng a talo- of pnerft whose pardonable pride ln a lonVeetab Iimhe ren1utation founded in eminent superi oil y In St. wor'<manship and fabric, coupaed with upriawt d-alins ens courteous treatruent. wi;. not perndt him to tin oe on you. You could no: mahe a more pro ltable business solve, and the New Year-one vear bence-wilt a-c you a t appier and weaer man. F EN. irs-f.esa Thaer, 1312 F st. n. w. 424 THE PRICEq WE ASK FOR MEN's SHOES re proportionate to the quality of Shoe yon buy. We ruen ton shall re -ive such satisfao tion as to t-dace you to surceIe all your Shoae of us. 83.150. 84. 64.50 sad Sb. Laoe, But ton or cngre-s styles, with broad, medium or narrow toe. HOU VER A SNYDER. 1217 Pa. ave.u.w. n9-Sm b DO NOT E INFLPENCEDl ENTIRELY P: the vartlona claims put forwar. by the avena sf .-t. e see al T" writers. Try all the jorer't oachinesa de e, fur jourself utesti s meri t3 erh. In such atathe SMITH IER is oalwege efstori s. a' ad to anld yots one on tdrl. And don't torv.et that from us a ens ean yon get the only T writer RIBBONS that we'.'t dry a -L * L,' HENRY A. CLAiKEa S. s. Agenda. F ST. d24 b-OUR PATRtONS AND FWENDS Are cordially invited to rall on us and re ceive a calendar for 1893. BARNES A W'"AVER, d24-2t 629 l it. n. w. SAVE YOUR. MONEY!! Lon't buy your Piano From a dealer or agent; Save the money they make; Buy a Bradbury Piano from The Manufacturer. . PF 0. mitA. MS Pr are. d2d I:: ' ANNUAL RED CTION SALE MEN'S O'CH'.TR AND SUITS. $14.5. Your shoice of 3.500 O'Coats and Sutt. worth fully one.third more.f"r 414.8u. Se. window. EISEMAN BRO 7TH AND E -iTS. b. V. d19 Makers of Superlor Clothing. ^~AFTER TWO YEARN' ABSENCE MR. W. 9 -Keeler, the 'sae writer, has just returned toW Wasinton. Atg05 Hst. n. w. :1-lw* FULL DEEBS SUITS FOR HIRE. WM. GARNER, 421-3 . 1_126 7th at. a. w. . l" CHICEERING PIANOS. The artistic standard of the world, HENRY f. MILLER PIANOS Beautiful in appearmaue, Perfect in tone. MASON & IA MLIB. PIANOS With their new methed of stringing. First-cla's in geey pericular. AND OTHER RELIABLE PIANOS For sale or rent at reasoaable prioee ad on asyammodating terms. SOLE AGENCY AND HEADQUARTERS For the celebrated WASHBURN GUITARS AND MANDOLINS And the matchi= S. S. ST EWART BANJOS. One prie, and that a fair price, to everybejy. MUSIC BOE. MUSIC CABINETS, MUSIC UTAN1P. MUSIC BOOKS. VIOLINS. CORNETS. AUTONARPS. A0003. DEONS AND ALL KINDS 01 MUSICAL - INSTRUMENTS. SHEET MUSIC IN ENDLESS VARIETT. The oldest and largest Music Honee in the ae'. JOHN F. ILLIS & 00,. d17-ted31 NO. 67 PENN. AVU. W.W. TOLATE NOW. aheuld aot prevemt pepl fom having them. Is he st aggsed a er and a naceptael anmd cut~aefor a mont to cmne ma they a Weaderd TEPWBWIYBR e.m aS nte.~ s Wpes~Er ~m emge, -hf. mms kesm.A* -t.o 6~~a SPECIAL NOTTCES. A NTING OF 'HE STOCUEOLDERn oFforth ee sdoireetos wil! p p orthel~et Gefdsreterw b' em fE A w11h eraJanrl WED 115rol. il t s eed t 0 s e apd closed 5112 m. Tratnafer boots wil be cloada e 41k ofat 1 ary. 138. and eead on Januo ~11 s% C. x. KONES. Serestary. ________ ALL. P185011 ARE WARNED AGAINST a 0. o 1 s st.c ng b d on sa c, for reiau oe O171CE OF TEE 00M ONERS. O1 .of Co..m'.a. .ema't... I .- w I may ms : :The uom nors of the Dtstrict at Col e received e5 tt fTlloEt O' KA wi. h . uDA toe "; v .ae isr tra ete .andt It o een r hportin as this bin. e the s a e to e. a tl'ay. .e" t """a proposd Thro?&ZT e~t the STLll o! easth Dat at in e g In= Atn ab norht seatslo tovte tead stle a e ' na.1aIizi or doublea trash ga.esarer anad frelit wao t fs eap bundi l lb n ee in be i wi briatersn an r c a athe and othr ipct o Co neaytpate. on a e p~ hes itbq let r steam p w. in the ubcSo t ol al ld.or. thbough ad e either of the foClowu , ror ths pnmelyt thsea ua lin an the i W hi 131arete Ke atte essto 1 d aewa , yae a quapA e d amIbe weeithe p a nam ei or -p arllwihbs lifte of the )f.etvoeo!ltea branch of the 5oilaoau and Ohio. afread to a peit .bone Otis bs ha fro ech avene these e dsl s At of the sard Atme and Ohio Rw ilopar fohr In a ortBesrly at to thporteestrn a-. ary se. f An District of Coaumbia . at. nea . Is. teassotionof te maid boundary l s EENDAL t o&I may bereahtr be surveyed and ave. uo by and etweea ea parties nrmed h a or t no not sad the aodamiaonrs of the District of Cc nnUbIS "y oseond bsatn atc point at or noa ver CoBatis on te sa. It' lanure ofch 5ta.n eitemre and ahes alroad. ad ndtedi dec an a dstorty corse to t northeasr. Toudaey of the Dist of Colun la ator e the ivtersyctlon tht th e o ary lam d te w ad apcmat be sarvayed ana ag rs. upon T adtnt wes e partils named hein or t.eir eC Wsaos ththe Distrit of anlra r b 3ZIOOEE AP) LOOi At the Bhtasaud Idjustable e ad Sn .w Creepers for hsem. Best thing yet pmoduted. 8 size lt any shoe. Ay one can put on. et $3 Rahn calka. 20.. set. Agency with J. B. eENDALL. IdS. m 81n Penn. ave. em.t BWAT It AT BARRR R RO5SS. !a' " sN for A It If 'm wa angt fact that some peopes ean not use te advantages of th CasHating over Gal-Heating toves. t a relic of barbrism to be cartitg Goal into the house and cinderr and aches out. with all their dirt and d.comfort. The rat at which ws are selling the $2.75 Ga-eeting Svtes show coclu eively that there are quite a number who do appreciate their advantages. This cold weather wi:Ilat alongiea ydt If you've 9ot along 4 tbout weather-strip. ping ronajc heu Iis far. you'd better not put dt2 oTelone.er. Weatist Strips are equally as ssrvrtceabls in summer a ibn Winter-keep out the duet and saves furniture. sin. Were so agent for te bet-ValentInes. The cost to tritRing. Let us send you n estimate free. BARBER AND 3053. 11th andOste. r~' Kilts *'NEW YEAB"8 DAF'FURNISH. INO . If you want anything to teb lin of Men's Furnish its,. Ta;lor, . Ac. that Bant bla. didn't bring Nuu m h have It. Smoking Jackets and Bath Owns. 5 ad up. loud oll lhe year around. W. . TEL. RAs. &Loe ao. IS sPa. aven. w. d2 WNFTDAINTIE2" FOR HOLIDAY USE, Thoes 12-qt. iasortod cas of lin. iacts.. '"ontainlnr 4qte. Sweet, 4 qt.. Red sad 4qts White Wmno, sepm tQ h.weetruok ay o-c alar c" od--lwopletr a u llattfetg. io.'I we and yoa cte h One itf thae pe.a. (fetus," good things or helidy times s plum pudding, with auaaepseuped with our Fine Old andy. Yr a bottle at 1. Choi e stock Ke fr.rd and Jeaicum. and Pime wh~isis. T eehnsyu order'.. TO.IALua' ti IE C.OMPANY. d14 14th .t n.w. (4213 Teiepbo.Bs. aPRNS'8 DAILY CA." 1 about two-third what a tailor would charge you Eov the eqal or one of three Rough Diagoal Chev lot Su~ta You w',ax't notice a tat of differeace tn te qsallir style or Ait. These sare ltne4i beautifully and are In double or singls breasted sak styles:; colors. navy and black. No merchant tailor can make you better Kersey lOvercoa4a than curs at d'20, $25 and *l30. unlees he asks you t"50. GEORGI S IRANSY. 7th ae. . 'us-uric Cie r.' 1r147th st. n. w.. d2 DON'T YOU NEED US? ttakes s practic"l talor to do busheling r 4ghty. cc aake youaait or we can 'do.lor" your present one so that It will look usd cs ng. A postal will brang us ftritP. A. W. BLT "DoN io- MilE." do2. 313Pa. ave. . .w. !!l PICE8 CUT IN HALF. Episcopal Prayer Rooks at exactly half .rie. . Eegeast Lias. IOHNt C. PARSER. 0111 7TH ST. a~ 3 1AIR WARNINGI If you want a 1u l Drea Suit by esw Year's Ev e will be asses ry s plea .As..rd-, 1hesa. P. w a sant one Ga.W: 3.****E*-*-*SON "" "-"** co?. 2t a lot. NT m. Washington News and Gossip. 1.4. to Adveetteeemen. AMDfONT AN ............-.....................ase 2 AS - - . 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ADI (Sso.l laneo .................. a Ptatement of the croulation of Twu Eviwulo SraR for the week enedag December 4. .10 MONDAY. December 1f. 1441...............34.004 TUESDAY, December 25,1412...............33,00 WEDNED*. December 2i, 144!........34,055 THURSDAY, December 22. 141.........33.820 FRIDAY, December 11, 1941....s............33.447 SATURDAY, December Ie, 1a1........'..37,707 Total...... .........................207.,31 Daily average...............................34.005 Isolemnly swear that the abwe M a true and correct statement of tne ctrenlatnsa .f Tue Ev12 1)1 AraN for the weet ending December H1. 121. J. WHIT. H ERIt0N, Cashier Evening aear Newspaper O. Subscribed and sworn to before me this twenty. sith day of December, A. D. 182. CEaarl.a S. Ptwrcug, Notary Public D.C. To Subeerthere. Subscribers to Twa STan who are served by route boys will qonfer a favor by promptly reporting is Tia SRan office, either in persn, by telephone or by mail, any negli gence on the part of rout. bey. GuN. SemorraL left here this afternoon for New York. He expect. to return Wednemay. SPEanua Cater did not carry oat the pro gram announced for him by going to New York today to consult with Mr. Clevelapd or any one else. e A Poararn or PazswDx t Hanamox.-A large oil painting of President Harrison. el egantly framed, has been sent to White House by the artist, Mia Cora Wolse. Frasel, of this city. It has been placed in Private Secretary lialford's office. LITTLE MARTENA HARRISON. Sb. Hae Gemulae Scarlet Poer, but 1. Ret tee Today. Little Marfena Harrison, the Presideut's lye year-old granddaughter, is reporsed to be a tride easier today. Her ailment, which was at dret supposed to be scarlatina, has developed into a genuine case of evarlet fever. It is of a mild type, however, and will undoubt edly yield to treatment. The two McKee children who were playing with the little pa tient when she was taken ill have been watched carefully, nursed ever since and are repered today as being beyond danger of contagion. Dr. Gardner, the family physician, was met by a STAa reporter on the steps of the White House this afternoon. eIn response to an Inqy he 'mid hie patient ws lona ! y and would, he thought, be all t again in a abort time. Her fever was less today than on Sat urday or yesterday and the disease smmed to be losing its bold. The Mc Kee children, he mid were well and he felt conddent they woalA escape the disase notwithstanding Its inaidious and cotegiens character, and their expeoure to It betere its presence in the house was known. The White House was closed to the pulic today and will probably remana Untit ie agi free froms disesa. TEE MEEICAN 3035DE3 Capt. Dearbe Uas Areteed-Oeu. Sebmiels ' e--ng 2me. tab. Masse. * Gen. Sehofield was one of the few ocial who did .n tke.dvs.....f teiy..helia. A Sras reporter found him in his eoSe at the War Department this afteemeen and asked him If he had any news frees the Mexican frostier. He said he had ' not beard anythig Oaa froms Texas for several dse and ded eapeet ayreot from there umisse the treispe new in theledshould have asonaemn with ame of the seen rep ue for th. recent eutrages on b erder, He did not believe, hewewer, that the treepe weuld usee with any aEtance en their mereh, fer the r-~s that their chwsu..afy ilgaal flor the to scatter evey dhies. emoal their armae la te brush and &u' aD stidenee of an nawfml chemSeer. Os muh sesioas they ascally seappear to the ireeps shortly afterward In the Iaeent guise er sew boys and ranehase.Tin ans the ei matorities idenutisthe as mest Nomists er as psoawho bed vieblaed with then Ge.ee Ibee. weree me eumb th e Amesise a es 5f the Die Gn and bet bs e u es beeablstsead a Aaeee fee., se -en meat me~ easteed la bes . la sagist to ese hesae.~ He ha bemes t blewot A WILD FERRY BOAT. The Famuessd Esapea Gamal 0e rashed lite a . II CLSE IF IR ILYI FIUI A Letter in a French Newspuper Causes a Duel. VICTIM OF A WOULID-BE JOEE TE PUsset mt an awat. Two ram-.... Eeted uesssed tr th. se.t sree tse ltes. Naew Tos, Dhe. N -Thefsrnevbt bwmei of the t'emtril radread of 1ow Jees, e. attrmping to eter bet mt at the feet dt - .rty strest. than etty. et 1215 oeese -m - tng. crbshed dato the bra mise fuB btadi. drawing tme bridge up es west teet sad bhes it 40w tbs sateMest te rr ee hoe.. On busrd the best were as M pmeu who wee. imediately throws ante s peas. When tb ramb camse four of the pesss Mxr. I ancm. mist -dee reai, old: but teeman one- ear-odd graaddsughter end ber two e. Liard and 9.r. were fo-red agmInas the aard rail of the foward deed an the tu. . iui be.a.e aartm4. Tb. g.d ead iSv open and the girl te ete the ause of me bema inte the water. With a acreem the old lady jumped o after her, and then over wenst the two mem tit. te t Huds. The deck bands came to the tese. at oes. and with the ad of senee of the pesenigees tbs quartet were dragged tack on the beat wth ropes. which had been thrown to thetn. '.rat tbs mornrtdg be. peui, which had (erne fron Phtledet bla . slend the day dt Whitesto.. 1. 1." .:.rte. for thir ..taaasiea lit. the soree for their nadeaght bath. In the ct..n of the be.t seersl p.smsegu we.e sghtlv anjured. Juba Mass of Jeseme wit-as e er y cut bt ilese and wee aered by being thrown vIdei.. to the dsek tbs soddent was caused by the prn of the teens trie erank refustng to werk jas as the beeS reached the slip. TRET amarEA s O TWeN 'Et. Arhbsehp Corriguses imrt a t ar. )Ant/T's.Iewem. Nrw Yeas. L.c. t- -The retarm ot Dr. U. Gltnn .. the fold ot the Reman Catholc (heath baa brotight u the questien In the muAds of masnt people as to wh.eler thoeeus psea who ba-t been ii omm a.srated from the chm* fu.r attending the mssting. of the Aat-ptwenty tN.iety* after hating been fe6id4es to de es bi a careular letter from ham grace, the aet t.iabop of New terk, would he permited to receive absolation. The question was propounded So lbs isLste of mant chu.acbr and bt the fenlowere dt Dr. MHet4ynn. but non.e of the pastor, were eming to expres. an opinsin os the snbject. Many of those wise bare followed the esee of Dr. Mceslyan and permitted themmiems through their lore for him t disebs te mandates of the chur-b bae sscwtl regretted the matter. The ttwble whlts has beau caused by the death e.ma of the Anti-p..'ertr ttoristy msmhmb ad ae refusal of the church to psraest thei bedess to be buried in consecetaed ground has .sead the friend, of mau of thaw smembeIe t.I Ialt there might be some recuelmye. A okarga man en posted wae n....a. ite eesr the nster of grsping abeiltiss to ca of those who ha.. bees escammaiad as might apply fur it bee leede- sesmsed the clsset etteotiem from Ar. hbrnb.Onigm. and that in de eomes f tams the matet wEB be aads the mbject of a specaj eie to he med in tbs archdioos. A reporter eliled at the stdhepisepal easi deuce on Madieos stews sad ebmitted tbe quest... to she arhbihap. e amid: 'lb. answer to year sies is ery aep. If twenty p eris me g em e ice ap---- eben theugh and the one he invites. them t go ati em Ces In -mag frem the pomd-ee ee who fellowed es amplo se met seeped le5m the water because their beast ham s= d If thouns who attended the at-eoeeep wish te obtain abs luts et ter i the roe w ad rs a e MOtE E'erot7M PETCWJ!stm. A Dimme -W En-Uiasae ter, the f Mausger er a Newes . Pasts, Dec. !L-Depmty Eisan, l.. minister of public weeks. hr eb teagm to. duel e-Dspnay Dsnayroam, the emster d the letter publishsed to La Ie'srd em beinr day. charging that eseai .t the etf it w iepu.que Freesa fe e bed des asanded 30,OW ftmes from he iM for emeisng in the pang. K tet e mmedsipd bill. See. Potriere. port pr opeiter efthe apeb. liqee Fraea.er. . Critods, geiercer the Credit Foncier, and Jess weiad ham already deumd tb truth e. lsammseet tatement. )d. Dseayeee was fermasi, mange of the Mepu4.epe f rancsse. VECTIM OF A dse.a Chsertes Ftote I aa.5 etes Smss ton Cascao. Dec. 26. -Charsm VElhd is he the hospatal beeribly burmad set es. legs and lewer pert et the bedy. He is the victim of a C'hristees jue. Fielde had gone to sesep em are~ eie to a unifoari not esaetty fitted for atmeet sear. Under the Sablie wam a ;'aa eumisistuag sesued lump. of ta. Thes. File.s, anay mumn, who hoards in the aae hesme with fimid, em into the room and conceived lbs 1deao etm thme leg. et Fields. lHe aetted te tr deftly sameared it em. Them he emeb Fields ad waited te bemr him an **M. ha." but be was eadly diappusated. LA see nione delate enmsd ad thee Fs se m m ad to get the tar of er seomething weald happen to hinm. Hie rubbed Fasde' lags wis e o.se to looes the tar, ad. ofter scrapigds whi. breght a lighted emp to servey te prpen made. He 'put thestemp tee eines to shelessed ma exploei fo'.esed. Vlidedancedeseemdths rooms ke a amed a heeling. and Fre., sener baEa h larig cemtetiomst bee a e . odt the oetr air. tither boardes Ia the house put *nt the fre. but met aed Fields had been frightreaty but se attte barned. The ta is of, sal eet et his bode at with it. CAM,,. Ensou stor ISwAgrE. Bserto rm St. Weteeegs Eagasig ase Loarox, Dee. 16-Ia opeshing af Capt Iavis's seerm fees .ag saa the Ms. fiese burg certeependeat of the Tam.. espe that be eperta ot this eeier's tmaesy are ..e...a [I is gives emt in Iavasa's defenset e :rewsetf Brithe msies. esmd moist ble5. meton, ems fairly tseated sboard his tened. All the abuse campleaied ot m. md en bhe esso the Beassa teeis at Ptsteg .des. lb. English eme has been proessmeed at be i.m.an srelga e sad the prbb it, aye She eer==mepeda. tht eum wEe Laserecas viee be mnuer. minaiin en lering -e isa e daemns. to wboh mms iatters may drag asag for sem time to e. --ta bet," temitane be eemsn tee is etroag greusd to eeneisabe-. - enss sad Amesem ta ea. edaet ad prsmmebydees met hebed tem as,.e - eg t ib e ess Q~s mm sern seepensed." he Ean, MEmeamm a afm b New Tab. Els. - F m sayo e tae.bmnedstem -ee sin esmr tdag. be ahe t a he abue hmsete essssrost u emeteeeesta0esi si-t glsm oMs SOMF. CABET @O65EP. These W1o Are P'upteaytug FVt.a ft DiR eult t. Earamemias the fese.. The cabinet makers are tsding it very diD cult tb dove-tail their planha together sat many of them as working e might; shaky timber. There is very little .s. to .oespy their attemtion during the holidays, and these is a great deal of specnlatiom as to whom Mr. Cleveland wil select es his advisor,. One cabinet preessted by sene et the prophets for ooesideration en a dull day has a a-aister Phelpe for Seeretar, of State. Carlisle for See retary of the Treasury, "Pat" Collin. of BDitom for Secretar of War, Herbert for becretary of the Navy. Morrison for Secretary of the is terier. Dickin.on for Atterney General and feant of Georgia for Pstmter Gmneral. The solid delegation of Alabama are in favor of Herbert being madeSeoretary of the Nary. and his appointment would be generally ap proved at the south and by the men from all sections who have served with him in Congress. There is a strong belief, however. that Col. Lament has been e leeted for that place and that Herbert may have something else. Mr. Herbert's friegde say that they de not think that there is any other plae. in the cabinet he would care for., They ay that he would not accept a place ia the cabinet at all if ogered, except for the reases that he takes a great interest In the navy and believes that there is a t deal that a Secretary can do to improve the e ice. He has a great oppertunity for making money ia his profession, they say, and if he does not be come Secretary of the Navy he will eater as a partner in one of the beet law Irms of the south.. TEL 5ot0UNAT ET Tunas PLacms. The selection of Carlisle as Secretary of the Treasury is looked spea as settled and I. gen erally very warmly approved of. Colline as Seeretary of War would meet with general approval among democrat., but it ie likely that he might not accept any thing but the attorney generalship. Concerning this place, however, there is a growing belief that it will go to baIckinpon. In spit. of the fact that he baa declared that he does not want to go into the cab!uet. It is believed that he would accept the attorney get.eralship and that Cleveland will be apt to insist upon' his taking it. It is believed that not less than two cabinet places, and inall probability three, will go to the south. There are three southern men of reputation protninently spoken of for the attorney get.eral ship, net to mention Hoke Smith, who is said to think that place about of a Fle with him. They are John Randolph Tucker of Vir ginia, Representative c'lbersen of Teas, who Is regarded as one of the strongest men of the south, and ez-Representatave Hammond of Georgia. The three are regarded as excellent lawyers and men of general ability, besides having etperience in public life. it is not thought that Eammond will go into the cabinet, for if a cabinet oficer is to be seleeted from Georgia it is believed that Blount will be made Postmaster General. Blount has served long an Congres and has served on the leading eommttes. He has been on the appropriati oemmittee and gave up the ebair'aa'hip of the emam itteeon post .ices and poet rads to take the chairmanship of the comm itteson foreign afgairs In this Congress. TE COiaTAINTV Ys TO Nona1Zon. There is a very strong diference of optaion about the selection of Morrison for a place in the cabinet, both as to the possibility of his getting the efer and as to the adtisbihaty of his selection. There is always a Morrison and anti-Morspo faction i. llineis, and though it is understood that the antis would not dare make an open fght aginst Merrison f his selection were probable, they weuld not likejt. Outside the state it is a good deal the same way. Thee is a threeg of earnest Meri son alnirers who would he delighted at his go ing into the cabinet, hat re e others who weald not Yke it much. The reckribbed democat generally aee afraid that Phelps is going to be t8ecreery of Saate. The idea of his selection is not gratify ing to the general run of earnest partisana. A GEEAT DEAL BETTEE. What Is Said Abest Mr. isae' naYi-s At the residence of Mr. Dmal=. It ee said this afternoon that he was a geat deal better. His conditios showed eve, an imprsvemest ever yesterday. Returning strength gives the pa tient increased cheerfulness and that reisets upon his phvsicel condition favorably. The family ae said to be very much eseouraget by his steady improvement in the last few days. Dr. Johnston called upos his patient ceo. during the day and found him cheerful and hopeful. Mr. laies is mid to take keen delight in the Christmas oelebration going on around him and received with pleasure and apprecia tion the hind amessagss which his friends send his. WANDERED AWAY. La Aged Metheadst itatees Epsteses Dea-praae. For nearly fero weeks now Rev. Joshua Thompseon, an aged Methodist minister, has been away from his home ad his friends in this eity. He left hers about the 1st of Dosmaber, telling his wife that be was going to Baltimore. She has not seen or heard froms him sine. He has a s and a daughter living near Deeheter, B. Y. Mrs. Theapse has written to thema informing thema ot her hashnd' ab eses and has received repliss that they have not seen the missing aman. It is propesed now to take some steps to elear he ytrywhich surresands his where Lt. Rev. Mr. Thomsapon is ahent asxt seven years et age. and has net besn actively the mnistry for a nmbe of yeas past. Re is, hewever, et1 a member of the Genes mse eoolsrenaee, New York. Abst thee years age came to this elty with his wile and j~abearding homen. He pre=ahe ocs. at Union chpland attended with oe ilderable regularity oudyChareb. He was asman et eeshbe baaane ut dining the gyear -am of fuiends theught that he to shew signs ef mestal fmese. hem assemery fer hIsm to havee the bhous. G hsree between 1Tth end Igthsteets, and the remema an the aneerbsia fuaros, t w th seeabie abeet hi inis theught to here h~~Tis The hemse T19 geh set sesned when the ferliurwa removed. A pertien of as ene recestly seld end the baleses eteged Ia one, er tw. res ad the base et the he..e gien SW e e abot fer emeths er m hswife that he e to Bee. e paesa a taneelng ad N6 nith her he started ef. hes .is entirely at een as to whae he er ee~sds ~ h dlss t ~t he eemessed ef as a hused eeditts.__ Wineage gMee. m-ipe Usess base hesn amsd by hei aiseet f e smS to te amehg: am W. MesweB sd Asik 3. Wheary N...a. V. mene anddsgnam Jeog gng med damse admae deb t. ameln sad Isnh V. Um.a aSem m.Ehsbyead