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LATE DEIVUITMENT NEWS.
Hond Opi'Eiiinos To-Day ntnountod to
tin 1,000. Of those 115,000 wcro 'Is, of
fered nt 128J- to 12SJi nono of tlioni weie
accepted; $210,000 4s woro offered mid
accepted ut 10SJ.
Dum'tr.jfcY Hti.t. Arnovr.n. Tlio
Provident to-day approved tlio bill making
an iippinprliition for u deficiency in tlio
impropriation for public printing and
binding for tlio current year.
Aumv OiumiiH. Major 'William F.
Tucker, paymaster, hns been ordered to
proceed to Port Jlycr, Washington Bar
racks, 1'ort McIIcnry nttd Fort Jlonroo
to pay the tioop nt thoso stntlons to De
cember 81, and on completion of this duty
return to his station.
Tin; Seiziw Btkamrr Given Ur.
Ilaytl has given up tlio steamer Haylon
Ileptiblic, tlio American vessel seized by
thu llnytlcn Govorninoiit charged with
running tlio blockade. Shu was doltv
crcd to the United States vessels, which
lionoied thn Hiiytlen Mags with a snlutu.
Secretary Whitney, when informed of
thu Hiirrcuilur, s lid that it was what ho
expected. Ho supposed that a claim for
indemnity would bo mado, but that was
n mutter for tlio Stato Department. Tho
vessels will reuialii near Ilaytl for scv
cial days to protect our interests there.
Coiiunandcr Walker of tlio Navy De
partment s.tld today tint word might bo
received from Admiral l.uco at any timo
during the day in rofcionco to tlio sur
render of the llaylleu Hopublle.
Minor unit Personal.
The Krcrctan of tho Treasury has appointed
A. G. O'DouncIl a gauger lor Banuusuy, u.
The United Stutcs steamer Juniata, has ar
rived nt Gibraltar on her way homo.
Luslgn II. S. Knapp bits pissed hlsoxaml
natlou and has been promoted to bo n Junior
Tlio annual report of Second Comptroller
Butler was Issued to-dny In pauiphlot form.
Its ennteuts have nlready been piitllued.
About 420 patents will bo Issued on Wednes
day. Secretary Whitney was.at tho Navy Depart
THE DISTltlflT (Il)VKKNMENT.
Jlcssrs. J. O. Johnson and Victor Mln
dcloff recently inquired of tho Commis
sioners whether Fifteenth street will bo
extended in a straight line abovo Bound
ary. Thoy roply: "Fifteenth strcot,
wbenovcr its improvement boyond tho
Boundary is piovided for, should un
doubtedly bo extended in a straight line,
and that, in all probability, any buildings
erected on tho lino of this street, ex
tended lu u straight line, will havo to bo
Theso gentlemen had prepared plnns
for a largo low of houses on n lino with
tho cxtcntlon of tbo street.
A TINE IlEMITTKD.
Tho Commissioners havo granted a
pnrdop to John Cull from a llnu of $105
imposed last February for kcoplng Sun
day bar. Tho prosecution was brought
while tho famous Marrion caso was bo
foro tho courts, nnd when nn understand
ing was had that until this caso should
bo decided no prosecutions would bo had.
l i:es oi' distinct omens.
Relative to tho bill to rcgulato tho
fees nnd limit tho compensation of tho
Hccordor of Deeds and Rigtstor of Wills
of tho District of Columbia, tho Commis
sioners havo notified Senator Ingalls that
they havo no authoritv ovor theso oill
ccrs. and they havo taken tho liberty to
sond tho bill to tbo Chief Justico of tho
Supremo Court of tlio District of Colum
bia. VAllIOUB LOCAL MATTEKS.
John lllloy, an inmalo of the work
house, has petitioned tho Commissioners
to pardon him so that he can cat his din
Health Olllcor Townshend has reported
that thu alley running north nnd south,
In squaro 758, is in an unsanitary condi
tion on account of bad drainage.
Tho Western Union Telegraph Com
pany has becu notified by tho Commis
sioners to rcmovo their poles on tho
roads in nnd near licnning's to a propor
distance from tho centre of the road.
They aro nlso Informed that this Is tlio
necond notice ou this subject and tho re
moval vjll havo to tako placo immedi
ately Inspector Shepherd roportcd that alloy
in squaro &0 is below grado nnd In n
stato of nuisanco, causod by foul nnd
stagnant water accumulating thoro and
flowing into adjoining promises.
The uoinmisstoucrs nnvo lormuuon
steam oxliaust pipes from bolng run
into public sowers on account of Injuries
sustained by the sowers in such cases.
Tlio Commissioner:) hnvp considered
tho bill to amend the Iloviscd Statutes
relative to tlio jury system. They havo
written Chairman Hemphill, stating that
tliuy approve tho bill, and rofer it to tlio
Chief Justice of tho District Supremo
Tho Commissioners have notified tho
Northeast Citizens' Association, in re
gnid tq their protest against tlio enlarge
ment of tlio B. & O. depot, that they
havo no power to pruvout tlio improve
ment. - , -.
Blnll Dellverlo To-morrow.
Tbo seveial dlvlslous and branch stations
of the City l'ostoflioe will bo Kept open for
tho transaction of business for tho public on
Christmas day until noon. At that hour tho
Hoglstry and Money Order divisions will bo
closed lo tho public at tlio main offico and In
tha sovcral brunch stations.
A dellicry bv carriers will bo mado at
Sn. in. Tho collection for tho, 'afternoon will
bo made at tho usual Suudiy hours, S und
0.30 p. in. Tho carriers' window will bo open
from 5 to 7 p. m. Tho general delivery win
dow will not be closed.
Only IlnKn llnlr Cut.
James Mlllls and Petro Sponcer aro mem
oers of u hair-cutting association which
nourishes lu North Washington, la tbo Po
lice Court this morning It appeared that theso
two defendants had iippolulcd themselves as
a committee to cut tho hatr of Charles I'urkor.
It was all right us far as they went, but when
they only cut ouo-halt of his hair, ha regis
tered u Kiel;, and had his friends arrested for
assault. H was n clear cbbo of "Johnny, get
your hair cut," and Judge Miller dismissed
Secretary Whitney's Tliouchtfiiluesti,
Quito a uumber of naval cadets from tho
Annapolis Academy are lu tho city spending
their holiday and all are profiuo In expressions
i( giutltudo to Secretary Whitney for una of
his characteristic uels of Iboughtfulncss, An
order had been mado limiting their Christmas
holiday to Tuesday. When tho riecrotary
heard of It he Immediately Issued an order that
the bus bo released from Saturday niomlug
uutll Wednesday evening.
Col. Collin' Will.
The will of Colonel Joseph B, Collins was
died to day. lie leaves all his pioperty to his
i'ho will of T.J. Dlggs loaves his property
to his u Ifo to revert at lur death to his sou if.
v, una ms who's uauguier, Aiary Davis.
Dinppnl Doud nt u Vunpiul,
Mary Cniter. a colored woman about CO
years of ago, wlillo attending a funeral ut St.
Domlulck's Church this morning, dropped
dead. Mio was tnkeu to her residence, No.
8JH P, 6trcct southw ost, and tho Coroner
An llurly NukhIoii To-iiiormw.
Vho l'ollio Court convenes at 8 o'clock to
MKiiKY scr.si:s wnr.iti: ii3ori.ic
Un tils Avenue, In the Shops, At tlio 13x
prens Office, tliu l'lutolllct', tlio Depot
mid tlio 'thronged Streets lilts of Cut
lent Gossip ricked tip Hero and There.
"Hero's a pair of what-you-call-Vms,
without nny address," said ono of tho
luttcr-carrlers to Superintendent Boll at
tho City Postolllce this afternoon. "It's
n funnv sort of u Christmas pirsonl,
Tlio earrlor hold In his hand n papor
box, over a foot long, a couple of luetics
deep nnd a couple wide. It was wrapped
about with ii kind of yellow paper, bear
ing in big, black letters tho name of a
drv goods store.
Tho box was broken open nt botli ends
nnd insido was un odd-looking arrango
mont covered with pink satin and rolled
up into n roil nboufas large .around as a
man's arm. At tho ends of tlio roll wcro
liltto fringes of lnco that showed tho
garment to bo of feminine wear, dis
"Well, I don't know how wo will find
out who this tiling is for," said .Superin
tendent Bell, as hu unrolled tho nffnlr
"Might havo this reporter ask all tbo
ladles expecting such n present and not
rccoiving it to send you their waist
measures, and then linvo tho ono who is
tlio right size como down and try it on,
and if it tits let her have It," suggested
And tho ton of tho surtcriiitcndcnt's
scantily-haired head turned just tho
color of tbo pink affair in tho narrow
bAx with tbo flush that this suggestion
So young Indies who think that this
articlo was Intended for their Christmas
present will do well to send their ad
dresses and waist measures to tho Post
office. "1 counted up this morning," con
tinued Mr. Boll, "and I found that our
mail tlio last three days the 'Jlst, 22d
and 23d,showcd just 40 per cent, increase.
"Wo have two wagons at work hauling
packages for the over-loaded cairlors,
and to-day wo havo cluven additional
carriers at work
"To-morrow wo aro going to havo ten
more. Theso additional carriers oio go
ing to devoto themselves to tho delivery
of Christmas pi esonts exclusively. Thoy
will carry big bags full of packages on
their backs and will bo veritable Santa
"So far wo havo boon ablo to deliver
mall right on timo without any more do
lay than if our business was not quad
rupled." "Got nnythin' for Amanda Jackson?"
"Whit do you expect?"
" 'tipects or box cr suflln."
"No, it hasn't corao yet."
And about 180 pounds of disappointed
African humanity in a drabbled calico
dress waddles out" of tho United Slates
Exprossi.iompfiiny,'8 oiiico to como back
nnd bother tho delivery clerk with tho
sanioLqucstioni,unU so mo day tho Christ
mas packago sho expects will bo deliv
ered at her nouso whilo she is nway.
"I nm Bonding Charlie a beautiful
neck-tio I paiuted myself. What aro you
"I'm sending my picturo in n locket to
hang on his watch chain..'
"Oh, myl your picturo?"
"O we'io engaged, you know."
"Well, that's different. But I didn't
know you were engaged. Why didn't
you tell mo. How much will this cost?"
(to tho receiving clcik in tho express
"They mnko mo tired," sighs tho clerk;
as tho two pretty glils, that ho ought to
bo ashamed to say mado him tired, chat
tered out of the express otllco after
countless admonitions to "sond it right
off" and "bo careful not to break it."
"Wo aro running extra wagons for tho
Christinas rush," said Agent Moss of
tlio Adams Express Company. "It was
thought thnt tho olectinn would cause a
falling oil in tlio Christmas businoss, and
that pcoplo in ollico would not buy
prosonts bccaiibo they wonted to savo
their monoy and that people out of
ollico would not buy presents because
thoy couldn't. But wo. have found thnt
the Christmas business is going to bo
better this year than ovor before.
"They commenced sending awny pres
ents a weok ngo. First tliuy were sent
to tlio far Western States, California,
Orccou and other distant points. Tho
noxtday thoy wtoio for nearer States and
to-day the packages wo nro recelvinc aro
olinost entirely for points within a radius
of twonty-ilve milesof Washington. Wo
aro all of us just as busy as wo can be."
"Number 17, tako this Christmas card
up there on Connecticut avenue, and on
tho way lcuvo this littlo box It's got
candy In It. I guess on IC street. These
pcoplo know how to havo their presents
doliveicd in timo."
"No. 17" was a special delivery
messenger down in thu cellar under tho
Postolllco they call them all by their
numbers apd ho Unshed up ths ptcps
two nt a timo, nnd started (o deliver his
tho shoes ho wore, which wero distinctly
tho broad, comfortnblo shoes of n police
man, was dressed just llko tho rest of tho
well-dressed men on tho Avenuo, in tho
telephone in mi octagonal patrol-box this
"Who?" asked tho station-kecpor at
tho other end of tho wire in tho station
house. "Blank. Officer Blank. B-l-a-n-k.
Can't you hear?"
"What's tho matter with you? You'vo
got no business turning in. Get out of
"What's tho reason I'vo got no busi
ness turning In?"
"You'ro on special duty to-day. Go
on back and watch those stores. IIul
And Policemnn Blank backed out of
tho little patrol box and walked up
Seventh street, looking for somo one to
kick him. '
Ho had been detailed on special duty,
In citizen's clothes, to watch tho stores
and tho Clulstmas thieves, but ho went
nnd turned in at 11 o'clock, from sheer
foico of habit, just ns If he hnd been on
regular duty in full uniform.
"Say, Sadlo, I got a mash," piped tho
rosy-crocked gill behind tlio fan counter
lit one of tlio big stoics this morning. .
"Whom? where?" asked Sadie, wliD
was behind tho opposlto.couutor.
"See that handsoino man with tlio
lovely niiiBtacho In front Of thu door?
TlittVs him. He's been standing out
tlicru half an hour, uud I know he's
looking nt mo."
' "Huts I You'ro foolish. Tlmt'a n do
tectlvu and lie's watching tho store."
All thu detectives in thu city but ono
The Eyening Post.
WASJIJINrGTOy. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, 1888.
and eight policemen In citizen's clothes
woto dotallcd from Polico Headquarters
this morning to watch for shoplifters aud
pickpockets around the big stoics.
Besides theso each polico lieutenant
details as many men ns hu sees fit to
watch for Christmas crooks.
"It's tho quietest Clirlstmns we've ever
hnd so far," said Inspector of Detectives
Swindells ttiis morning. "Thoro nro no
thefts of nny impnitaucu so far, nnd only
one pockqt picked roportcd yet."
A Nl'.W MILITARY OIIDEK.
Jfndo Up of Jinn Who Worn
Oniy n Well im tlio lltuo.
Tho bill to incorporate "Tlio Military
Order of Amoilcn" introduced in tlio
IIouso of Hopteaentntlvos last week by
General Joseph Wheeler, and referred to
tho Committeo on tho District of Colum
bia, nnmes forty-threo corporntors.
Thirty-seven of these nro well-known
citizens of the District of Columbia, ono
of Mnlno, ono of New York, two of
Maryland, ono of Tenncsseo aud ono
coinmnudlng tho United States troop3 nt
Thlrty.clghl nro ex-Union soldiers nnd
five ex-Confederntcs. Thirty-flvo nro
members of tho Grnnd Army of tho Ito
miblic, and many aro members of tho
Loyal Legion. Eleven served as "pri
vates" during tbo war of the rebellion,
and every rnnlt in tho army, from ser
geant to majoi-ccncrat, is represented in
tlio other thirty-two.
Tlio ordor, it is said, will consist, tlrst,
of tlio men who wero regularly enlisted
or mustered in either of tho contending
armies dining thu war; second, of their
sons who havo readied n required ago;
third, of such patriotic citizens ns desire
to contribute to Its success. Ono-half of
nil ndmission fees and fixed dues from
member to go to n building fund to bo
used, first, for tho erection of tho memo
rial building, until completed, aud then
for thq ci cation of tho war museum and
It is not proposed to ask Congress for
anything moro than a peinotual charter,
permission to erect tho building upon ono
of tho nubile reservations and ono copy
of tho books sent bv tlio publishers to
tlio Congressional Library. It Is antici
pated that every Stato lu tho Union will,
in behalf of thu men each sent to tho
armies, contribute liberally.
SUED FPU .100,000.
A Slim Who AVnntii Heavy Damages for
Not nettlnc n reunion.
Oscar Dunlnp. through his attorney,
General J. G. Blgclow, has filed nsuit-at-law
against Commissioner of Pensions
John C. Blade, for $100,000 damages. Ho
charges in his bill that tho defendant wil
fully aud maliciously doprived him of
his vested rights as a wounded veteran
under tho pension laws of his country.
Hu alleges that ho lost his right hand and
foot in tho rebellion, besido sustaining a
terriblo injury of tho heart which has
caused n permanent loss of mind and
memory. For this ho claims to bo en
titled to $72 per month.
He receives a much smaller amount
tlinil'tliispnnd olaims that there is $5,000
duo him on account of thu action of tho
Coiumiislouur in withholding from him
tho amount duo him undor tho law.
Captain Dunlap joined Company I,
Second Illinois Volunteers, when ho was
only 10 years old, nud in three years ho
was promoted to be captain.
SOCIAL AX1) I'KltSOXAL.
Tbo demand of tho holidays have been such
ns to restrict tbo number of tea cards Issued
for tho weok. There will bo a great many
children parties elven between Christmas and
Mrs.. (J. D. Drnko, Mrs. Wcseott and Miss
Carroll Daro Wcseott, will rccclvo callers on
Mondays In January.
Miss Darrett, daughter of Lawrcnco Barrett,
tho actor, and Joseph Anderson, brother oi
Mary Anderson, will ho married In tho Cath
olic Cathedral, New York, by Archbishop
Williams, on tho 3d of January. Miss Ander
son will ho ono of tho bridesmaids.
Mrs, James L. Barbour will rccclvo on
Tuosdajs In January. She will bo assisted by
her daughters, Mrs. McCartney, Mrs. Irwin
and Miss Anna Harbour.
Tho Countess d'Arschot, wlfo of tho Charge
d'Affalrs of tbo Uelclau Legation, is expected
in Washington noxt month.
Mr. William T. Qrlffln of Georgia and Miss
Eleanor II. I.thbcy will bo married in Chilst
Church, Georgetown, on the U7th instant.
After tho ceremony tho' happy couple will
leave on a trip for tho South.
Mr. and Mis. Chapln havo as their truest
Miss Chapln and Miss Hoyt of Western Now
Commander C. F. Goodrich of tho navy has
returned to his post at Newport.
Miss Nclllo Williams of Haltlmore and Mr.
Chataud of this city will bo married uext
Governor and Mrs. McCrcary of Kentucky,
Commlslouor and Mrs. Morrison of Illinois,
and Representative and Mrs. Townshend of
Illinois wcro entertained at dinner yesterday
by Speaker and Mrs. Carllso.
The' Naval Cadets at Annapolis, Md., cavo
an lnfoimal hop at tho Naval Academy Satur
day night. A number of prominent Washing
ton society people woro present.
Mrs. Justice Field will bo at homo to callers
Two teas will bo given by Dr. and Mrs.
John Billings and Miss Hillings ou tho 8th and
15th of January. ' I
Mr. and Mrs. Koss Perry will mako a filial
distribution of clothing to thu poor at thtlr
home, liKK) l sticct, on Weducsday.
Mrs. and MUs Muldrow.the wlfo and daugh
ter of tho First Assistant Secretary ot tbo
Interior, will reach Washlnuton on Saturday
next and will take looms as usual ut tho Eb
hltt for tho winter.
Mr. Howard N. Thompson, tho correspond
ent of the Clatland l'lalmUalcr, left this
morning for his home In Columbus, O,, where
ho will spend tbo Clulstmas holldujs.
.Swallowed Ily tlio Stnnilnrd.
The Standard OU Company mado another
big cobble on Saturday, paying $135,000 to
tho Lako Erie Oil Company for the lease ot
llftcou wells at Lima. Tlio Standard will
boon havo a controlling interest in that dis
trict. ICo Wan Mnlitni: n Collection,
Kugono Ratho, a letter-carrier, was ancstcd
In Now York on Saturday by a postofiloo in
spector for removing cancelled foreign stamps
from letters. Liter, Kutho was arraigned in
court and held ia .',500 ball for examination,
l'lneit for Defiiclnc ttia Monument.
John Cargll, a bright-looking colored boy,
was on trial in tho Polico Couit this inorulng,
charged with dofaclng the walls of the Wash
ington .Monument. Tho Court fined him ?5,
A WIo Hoj'.
from thi PttroH Fite l'rttt.
"You going to hangup jour stocking?"
asked tho llrit.
"Yep; aip, ou?"
"Yep; jou expect aguu? "
"A drum J"
"What do jou expect r"
"Nothing. Last j car I oxpectcd a $J5 tool
box anJ get nothing but a JuU-kulfi This
year I halut golns to expect nothing aud
luebbo I'jl get u Texas pony,"
HAVING A IUGH0LD TIME.
i.ivi:ly new vomt mtoicuus iiekt
ON A HOLIDAY.
Scones In the Consolidated nnd I'roduco
llxrluinces llils Mornlnc-A ltimil nf
' Muile Performs Wlillo thn Members Cut
Didoes of All Sorts.
Nnw Yobk, Dec. 24. ifcfcatcd In
their efforts to mako Jo-day a holiday by
tho Board of Managers of thc(r respective
exchanges, tho members of tlio Consoli
dated nnd tho I'roduco lixchango evi
dently determined to do as little. business
ns possible, nud practically mnko tho day
befora Christmas a holiday. l
At tlio Consolidated Excnimgo when
thu clock mnrked tho hour of 13 a great
shout wentupfrom the assembled brokers
nud tho fun began, Tlio mertibcrs of tho
Twelfth Itcgimcut Band, who had been
secreted for a half hour previous in ono
of tho alcoves of tho building, and at
tho boistrous signal from the, members
tlio musicians marched upon tlio floor
with Instruments in readiness.
To tho accompaniment of $00 voices
tho strains of "Let horgo, Gallagher!"
llo.itcd over tlio Lxchnnge. Then fol
lowed "Lament of tho Dulls on tho
Grangers," "Tho Stock Kxchango
Ticker." "Long of Oil nt 03." nnd
funeral mnrch and dirgo air, "Where,
oh. Where, Ib tho Dear Public?"
Wnlking matches, etc., filled tho rest
of tho programme concluding with n
'mock distribution of Christmas gifts,
consisting of "shares of St. Paul tips,"
"Standard Oil calls" and "Boston se
curities." Tho fun lasted several hours.
On tlio Produce Exchango no pro
gramme had been arranged, but business
here also gave way to fun and frolic after
tho noon hour.
A break was mado for the flour-brokers'
tables and dough and Uour wcio
tlirown aiounu promiscuously.
A FAMILY DISPUTE.
Suit Filed liy John S. I'annybnkor lo Re
John Speed Pcnnybakcr has filed a
bill In equity against Charles I). Ponny
bakcr, jr., nnd Anna E. Pcnnybakcr, ex
ecutrix of tho will of Charles D. Pcnny
bakcr, sr. Ho states that in January,
1833, a parol agreement was entered into
betweon himself and Charles I). Penny
baker, sr., (deceased) and Charles 1).
Pcnnybakcr whereby they formed a
co-partnership undor tho namo of C. I).
Pcnnybakcr & Sons for prosecuting
claims against tbo United States Govern
ment. Tho proceeds wero to bo dis
tributed ono-cighth to him. one-eighth
to Charles I). Ponnybakcr, Jr., and tho
remainder to Chnrlos D. Penny baker, sr.,
who assumed all oxpenses.
Ho claims to havo given the most care
and attention to tho business and says
that in Juno, 1887, ho and Charles D.
rcnuybakcr,'jr., had a serious disagicc
ment. In order to nvold a personal dif
ficulty with his brother ho withdrew from
the ollico for a few days. When ho
wished to rdturn his brother, ho alleges,
refused by foico to allow him (o assume
his duties and donled Jilm i participa
tion lu tho proceeds. In hisVrlH Charlos
H. Pcnnybakcr, sr., provldodithat 15 per
cent, of tho profits of tho bfflco should
bo paid to each of the two sons.
Tho will also says:
"As long ns it 'Is posslbjo I wish that
my son Charles shall havo chargo of tho
ollico, and that my son Spc'od shall keep
his desk in my olllce."
Ho saj-s that ho has not received this
15 per cent, allowance. The Court is
asked to havo accounts taken, that the
effects of the partnership1 bo sold, and
that what maybe duo to the complainant
out of tho rjartnorshlp moneys may bo
mado good to him. Tho iucomo from
tho business is placed at $0,000 per year
in tho bill.
round Ills Ileail In 11 line;.
Two men fishing In tho Sugar Hlver, near tho
littlo vlllago of Mount Vernon, Wis., Fridaj-,
mado a ghastly find ot a bag containing a
human head, sunk In tho riVrr. The head
was Identified as that ot Wllilnm Cryst, a
joung man who had been employed as a
chccso-iaakcr in a vlllago factory. An Investi
gation resulted in tho strongest 'circumstantial
evldenco pointing to Joseph Davidson, a
cheese-maker, as tha murderer. Crjst lived
with tho latter, nnd partlallr-burncd bed
clothes, stained with blood, were found con
cealed In the cellar. Davidson left Mount
Vernon a week ago and has not been heard
from since. Ho Is said to havo purchased a
ticket for Europe. The motive of tho crime
was probably to get posfcselon of $400 which
tho murdered man bad In his possession.
Tho Wahulak Xrnfeeily.
Lato advices from Wahalak, Miss., tho sceno
of tho recent war ot races, ore tn the effect
that at least threo negroes have been killed
up to date, and that George Murray and
other negroes connected with I the riot have
been run in at somo point in'ihc mountains
aud are surrounded by parties la search.
Kemper County peoplo and others connected
In the search tor tbo negroes inlnllcatcd lu tho
killing aro particularly careful not to permit
any news to get outside the linen, tbo evident
intention of tho whites being toljuch the uo
crocs who Killed Maury and others, and then
return with the declaration that they have
beta unnblo to find them.
West Vlrclnln White Caps.
Saturday eveulng Mayor Scalirlght of
Wheeling, W. Va., received ajctter In led Ink,
signed "White Caps." threatening him with
summary punishment If he (1M not reform bis
methods ot living. As his Honar' conduct Is
above reproach, ho is at a loss to uudcrstaud
tho missive A similar letter threatened a
morning newspaper man, It was claimed In
tho letter that tho organization uuuibers forty
members t .
A Scare In NewtVork,
Quito a little scare baa been raised In New
York lu regard to tho posstblo escape of crim
inals, who have bad the dato of their sentenco
to bo huugset after the tlrst of January. Tho
law In forco after that timo. stales that their
end shall bo hasteriod by an 'electric shock In
stead of by tho rope. Tho poor wretches havo
but littlo cbanco of cscapo under tho techni
cality, but Judges In futuroJnXcw York will
havo to frame a now formula lu sentencing
Colli Weutliur In the .N'ortll.
Tho mercury nt Saranac ftike, N. Y., regis
tered twenty-two dcgiecs below zero on i'll
Edward Galagher, a macuinlst, who Hied
abnvo tho Boulevard on Western aonuo, Al
bany, N. Y.. was round frozen til death by his
sons Saturday morning 500 feet fiom his
houto. Ho was 51 yoais of age, and leaves n
wlfo and sevoral children. "
Glanii WorlterH' Wiie".
Tho scale of wages of the glass workers In
tho tableware factories has beeu ilgncd. Tho
same wiikcs as ara now paid will tie In effoct
for another j ear. Tho scale, applies to about
U,500 men employed lu tha twenty tablowaro
factories lu dlfferou parts oi tho louutry.
l'lcnlvlierN In Dnknln.
A Jolly party ot plcutckers enjojed them
selves lu tho woodb south of Mauilau, Dak.,
jutorday. Tho tomporutmowus ho In tho suu
and there wero scarcely enough leaves on tbo
ticcsio praveut It from belnc uncomfortably
Tho rinns r;opneit lV Cuptnln Symons
Captain Synions has submitted tlio fol
lowing report on tho proposed" circle nt
Sixteenth nnd Now Hnmpslilro avontic,
which thu Commissioners havo ap
proved! "I havo prepared two plots, ono of
which shows a uiiclo which can bo intro
duced nt tlio junction of Sixteenth street
nnd New Hampshire avoittte without on
cronchhig on piivnto property.
"Tho circle so shown is nlnty live feet In
diameter, and there is nil n round It a
roadwav of tliiity feet in width and a
sldowallt of llftcon feet in width. If it is
deemed no money is provided for land
condemnation, this could bo vory readily
put, in without any oxpenso other than
that in changing of curb, eidownlk, otc.
"Tho second plan shows a ciiclo 150
feet in diameter, including a six-foot
sidewalk all nrouud It, with a roadway
of thirty feet and a sidewalk fof llftcon
feet. In order to got a ilrclo of this stro
it is necessary to nequlro tho lnnd shown
on thu plot v, hlcli aggicgates 1,712 squaro
feet, and is assessed ns shown on tho
plot, 800 feet at -15 cents' per foot; 800
feet ut 75 cunts per foot, and 112 feet nt
75 cents per foot.
"This property, if condemned bv a Jury,
will probably bo assessed at $2 per foot.
I think this latter circle is by nil menus
most dcsltnblo. Plot No. 1 shows tho
uxlsting curb lines, etc., and tlio chnngu
which would bo necessitated if tills weru
C0LIIXEL CASCY'S FU.NT.RAL-
Sorvlies Held ut Ills I.uto Residence Tills
Colonel Casey's funoral took place at
3:30 o'clock this afternoon fiom his Intc
rcsidencu, 3007 P street, Georgetown,
'I ho funeral was private nud after tlio
services ut tho house tho remains wcro
iutered in Oak Hill Cometory.
Colonel Caiov died at Ills homo in
Georgetown yesterday morning. Hu had
been sick for only about ten days.
Colonel Casey was the brothor-ln-law of
During Grant's eight years' reign in
tho White Houso tlio' deceased was a
vciy prominent man. He served eight
years us customs collector nt Now Or
leans, and had many other powers to
After General Grnnt's tcim expired ho
moved to Long Island with Ills fnmily.
Ho had great confidence in Goiioral
Grnnt's ability as a linnncler, and, after
General Grunt hnd entered into business
with Waid, ho deposited all his money,
to bo invested ut tho linn's disposal.
When tlio bank went under ho was
left almost destitute. Ho thou moved
to Pittsburg, and about four years ngo
came to Georgetown, where ho has since
THE CORN PALACE TRAIN.
Sioux Citlzeus lo Coinn to tlio Innucurn-
tlon in Ortiiuleur.
Sioux City will send a special Corn
Palace train to Washington for tho In
auguration of President Harrison. Tlio
train will he elaborately docoratcd, falsn
sides being pnpii tlio cars to prevent tho
coaches from being damaged. Il,will re
quire many hundreds of bushels of coi'ii"
to decorate tho six or olght coaches that
will bo used. Tho train will bilng not
only lending citizens of Sioux City, but
from Dakota, Nebraska nnd other sec
tlous of tho great Northwest.
The Latest Ronton Murder.
Hostov, Dec. -4. John Sinclair, aged 21, of
East lioston was fouud lying in tho street at
Wlnthrop yesterday morning, bleeding pro
fusely from four stab wounds. Ho saj-s he
met a stranger In Boston and walked with
him to Wlnthrop, where tho man tripped htm
up, stabbed him and lied. He Is now in tho
EARLY M0RX1X0 NEWS.
IIupnonlUE" of General Interest During
the 1'tut Twenty-four Hours.
Phil Armour, tho millionaire Chicago
pork packer, says that if Congress does
not do something to remove thu evils of
tho Interstate Commerce law tho greatest
ilnancinl crisis ever witnessed in this
country will tnko placo.
After thirty-flvo years of courtship
Miss Catherine T. JIcKnery of Lowell,
Mass., has brought suit for $75,000
damages for breach of promlso against
John II. Buttrlck.
A number of pcoplo nip ropoited to
hnvo beep killed by tho oxplosion of the
dynamito magnzino of tho contiactors of
tho Wheeling and Lake Kilo Kailrond
Company, at Mount Pleasnut, O.
llcniy D, Schoonmnker, aged 23 j-enrs,
a Brooklyn salesman, yesterday shot and
fatally wounded his wife Edith, aged 23,
und then shot himself doad nt their
Chinese papers say thnt a protocol will
shortly bo signed giving Wharton Bnrkor
nlono tho concessions formorly made to
him in connection with Count du Milkie
wicz. Joseph Itatton nsscrts that ho has posi
tive Information of Stanley's safety nnd
telegrams confirming Friday's news fiom
thu Congo hnvo been received.
Tho passenger steamer Kate Adams,
running betweon Memphis nnd Arkan
sas City, was bpnu'd noar Commerce)
Miss., yeslurdaj', and tweuty-tlirce lives
Jehu Baker has served notico on W. S.
Forman, Democratic Congressman-elect
ip tlio old Morrison distiict, Illinois, that
ho will contest his election.
Tho jury In tho caso of Sirs. Bertha
Diggle, on trial in Clarion, Ioyn, for tho
poisoning of her husband, returned a
verdict of not guilty.
White Cap notices havo boon served in
Itlchlnml County, Ohio, tho homo of
John Sherman, and emphasised by a
A delegation will leave Richmond, Va.,
tills week to urgo upon President-elect
Harrison Mahono's claims for a Cabinet
In tlio tallv sheet fnnrerv case nt Lon.
don, Ohio, Allen O. Myers" lins been ac
quitted, nud it is expected this ends thu
Seimtor Quay dotiles that ho wrolo a
letter purporting to como fiom him say
ing that Forakcr is suro of a Cabinet
The Sultan has issued n dccieo pro
claiming that imtrdcicitj shall forfeit
their lives nud that thieves shall loso
their left hands,
Advicos fiom Mo.umblriuo say that tlio
Portuguese havo defeated tho llorgas in
tho Upper Zambesi.
Mr. John Biiglit is rapidly convales
cing nnd was ablo to sit in a ciiuir for
half nu hour.
Mount OlUu Clitiiuli Trusteoii.
A certificate of the election of tbo lollon lug
trustees of thu Mount Ollvo Baptist Church
was placed on record to-daj-, In placo ot W.
1.. Carter, Jnhu T. Crlttcudou and L. Wash-
(nirtnn. who It Is stutml urn iniiiiwi'il fnr phtkh.
il), J Edwards, Nelson .Morgan and W. 11.
WANT OIJR PROTECTION.
I.AT11ST ADVICIiS A1IOUT TIIH SA
.MOAN ISLANDS TItOUIII.I'.H.
Tlio (liiiiiiiins mill tlio Americans Knt on
I'rlumlly Terms I.nlo ItepoiU of the
rilillnjr Coiiii1IiiipiiIs of tlio Captain
of the Adiiins A l'rotecturnto 1'rooosed.
San Fiuncisco, Dec. 21. Thn latest
ndvlccs fiom Samoa, by '.ho steamship
calami, stato that on November 28 tho
bodies of tlio Mataafainon killed during
tho several engagements between Ilium
nnd tho followers of Tamasoso wcro
brought in by tho women.
Matmifn's loss was found to bo llfty
killed. Of these tbtrtv-slx havo been be
headed aud their heads taken to Tama
scsc. Five high chief wero among those
kilted on Mntnufn'B side. As fnr as could
bo learned Tamnscso's loss In killed and
wounded nmouuts to about llfty. There
is considerable feeling botween the Ger
mans, Kngllsli nnd Americans.
The former nro not on speaking terms
with tho two last natnod. Tlio wounded
were tenderly cared for at Apia. Tho
surgeons of tlio Kngllsli and Amcilcan
war vessels constantly attended to tlio
unfortunates. The w'ifo of tho British
Consul, Colonol Cottcson, was ceaseless
InhcrciToits to alleviate tho suUeiings
of tho wounded.
Among tho wounded were threo women
who wcro shot in battle on November 28,
while bearing wator to the combatants.
Tho Kngllsli war-vessel Uoyallst ar
rived from tho west coast of Africa on
tlio 4th Instant. Tho American man-of-war
Ailamsjlcft on the samo day for San
Tlio captain of tlio Adams lias earned
thu gratitude of tlio Americans by tho
manner in which ho protected their In
tel est, having remained hero two niontba
over tho timo at which tlio thtcu years'
cruise of tno Adams expired. Siucu No
vembur 28, no liehtlug of any import
ance lias taken plnco, tlio Mutuafn men
waiting for cartridges.
King Mntaafa nnd his fotlowors aro
strong In their admiration of Americans
and their government, und seems to be
anxious to hnvo the United States tnko
chnrge of tho Island or cstnblish a pro
tectorate. THE HUFFALO'S NEW .MANAOER.
Jnok Jtowo Thlnltn That Detroit Will
Itclciiso Him uuil "lliinrait" Wliltn,
SKCal to the PhllaMnhla l'rtt
Bufi-ai.0, N. Y., Dec. 23. So many
remarkable reports have been sent out
regarding the position of Jack Bowo and
"Deacon" White, tho now innnagers of
tho Buffalo Baseball Club, that nn au
thoritative statement by Mr. Howe is In
teresting. It is this: "Thcro can'only
bo ono outcomo and that Is that wo will
play In Buffalo. I don't expect that
thcro will bo any compromiso, .but I
think Detroit will gracefully give us our
release when thoy see thoy can gain
nothing by withholding them.
"I shall (to nothing to jcopardlo tho
Buffalo Club or tho International Asso
ciation and ' shall not jduy unless I-ciin
do bo with my releaso In my pocket. "Wo
aru.npt, lighting tlio Tcserve rule, and
simply object to a defunct club soiling ns
like slaves to somo other club regardless
of our personal fcoliugs. Detroit paid a
very paltry sum for the Big Four tliieo
years ago, and thoy hnve moro than
realized tho sum already by tho transfer
of Brouthcrs and iilclmulson to Boston.
That's tho way thoy ought to look at tho
matter in regard to White nud myself.
Anyway, thoy ennnot prevont us from
managing thu Buffalo Club."
Luto Australlnn Advlres,
San FitAhcisco, Dec. 21. Advices from
Australia, which arrived last night, report a
destructive tiro at Ilroken III11, a now milling
camp lu New South Wales, on November 0.
Tho town was built cutlroly of' wood and in
two boms sixty buildings wero destroyed,
comprising the main business houses. Tha
losses wero heavy, as few carried insurnuce.
Tho great strike nf coal miners at Nowcastlo
has ended and all the mines aro running at
full capacity. Tho strike lasted three months.
Klght thousand men wero Idlo and $1,500,000
lost to the masters and men.
A terrible hurricane swept ovor Clermont,
Queensland, November 2. Hailstones ns big
as hens' eggs wero driven by the forco of tho
wind cloar through the sides of bouses. Oar
dons, vineyards and orchards wero mined,
aud forest trees wcro stripped of leaves.
Hush tires In New South Wales aro doing
great damage. Ono is reportod fifteen miles
Ions;. Lnre;o bands of sheep havo been burned
before tbey could bo removed to places ot
(lenernl Ilnrrlsou Wants n Itest.
Imii vNAroLis, Ind., Dec. 34. Tho Journal
this mornlug announces that General Harri
son will rccclvo no callers during tho holiday
week. This is understood to meau that ho
has had enough advlco for tho present aud
will go to work lu earnest on n Cabinet and
on his Inaugural address.
O'Kolly Itoloused From Prison.
UyiiLiN, Dec. 34. Mr. James O'KclIj', tho
Journalist member ot Parliament, who was
sentenced to four mouths' imprisonment for
making speeches Incltlnc to Intimidation nnd
boycotting at llojle, County Itosenuiinon. was
released from piUon to-day; his term of 1m
iirluoumeut haviug expired,
A Kuril Collection of Kefir Ilurneil.
I'lTTSiiUlin, 1'A,, Dec. 34. St. James' Cath
olic Church, a frame building, at Wlllclnsburg,
n cltj subuib, was entirely destroyed by firu
rt n t md niuifii li-drfli tlila iiiitil i i T a
ui Mil uunitunii vii,ih tum iuvi unii Aioa
$12,000, no Insurance. A rare collection of
relics and sUitues, tho property of Rev. Futher
Lambing, weru also destrojod.
Ocean SteumeiA Arrived.
New Yoiik, Dee. 24. Arrived: SUauior
Scrvla from Liverpool.
IUmuuuq, Dec. 31. The Ilaniburg-Amcrl-cau
Line steamer Wiolatid, from New York,
has arrived hero.
South vmi'Tox, Deo. 24. Tho North Her
man Lloyd stoauicr Ems, from New York for
ilicuicn, arrived hero josterday afternoon.
AT THE HOTELS.
Joseph Clark, 8 m Francisco, Is at Cham
berlln's. Air. Coming and Mr. Stone, Now York
City, aiuat Chauiberllu's
L. W. Kldrlgde, Chicago, and Wnltcr C.
Wright, Philadelphia,, aio at Welekei's.
Mr. nud Mrs. F. W, Knot, Chicago; Mrs.
lierlaii-dllibs and MlssScwaidCoc, Nuw York,
are at Wormloy's.
C. W. Walloj-, plnclnnatl, and Otis F.
Wood, New York, and A. lilUo, Toronto, aru
nt tlio ltlggs Homo.
11, It. Milieu Clovelaud! II. K. Lincoln and
wife. Philadelphia; N. 1). Kobcrls, London,
Kuglaiid, aud W. D. Heuctt, Now York, aio
Charles V. Lang, Now York; Miss Faniilo
Jllcu nud Miw Mlllloltlccl and Klina Delnro,
members of tha C'.ulno Opera Company, uro
ut tho Harris House.
Hudolph Arousou, Now York; Charles L.
Power, Now York; Harold M. Bewail, Samoa,
and .Mr. and Mrs. William 13, Foster, Provi
dence, aro at thu Arlington.
O. 11. Uugglw, U. S. Corps Cadets; It. W,
Cantrell, Nasmlllo, Turn.; 11. 11. Cox, New
Haveu, t'onu ; W II. Wirt. Chicago, aud .
C. Cable, I'll I ourg, are at thu Lbbltt House.
A FATAL ACCIDENT.
Collision Nenr Tort iTervln llotween d
I2ire nml Three I.ondml Cars.
MiDiiLETowN, N Y Dec. 21. A fatal
collision occurred early ysterday morn
ing on tlio Krio Ilailroad, near tho Nov
ersink bridge, Fort Jcrvis. Tlio Wells
Fnrgo Transcontinental Express (rain,
eastward bound, which runs nt high
speed, was threo hours Into nt this point.
Justus it nnnronclicd. an cnuluo. John
Mullen, engineer, with threo loaded cars
nttnclicd, pulled out of a sn Itch upon tho
triain track right ahead of thu Wulls
The locomotive of tho express train
was wrecked by tho collision which fol
lowed and Fireman Jnines Ganiey of
I'ort Jorvis. a young unmarried man,
wits caught between the engine nnd ton
dor nnd crushed to death. Tho on
glncor, Kdward Ilieks of Jcrsoy City,
was badly sc.tldcd by escaping steam.
Only ono of tho express cirs was seri
ously damaged. Tlio Wells-Forgo train
hnd tlio right of way nnd It is alleged
thnt tho collision was caused by tbo nonll
gotico or disobedience of orders of tho
engineer of the coal ttnin.
Two Trainman Killed.
Loui8vir,t,i:, My., Dec. 24. Tho fast
South-bound express ot the Louisville &
Nashville Itallroad for Nashville, ran
Into tlio rear end of tho Kuoxvillo ac
commodation at Bardstown Junction
about 0 o'clock llils morning. Two
truliimcn were killed nnd ton passengers
THE I'OPE'S CLAIM.
Ills Holiness Apiicnrn Define the Coltec;o
ItoMi:, Doc. 21. The Tope t6 day mndo
a speech boforu tho Sacred College of
Cardinals. His Holiness thanked God
for all tho blessings of Ids Jubilee. Ho
alllrmcd with vehemence his claim to
temporal power, and rejected tlio accusa
tion that ho was the enemy of Italy.
Ho urged Catholics overywhero in tho
world to legally ngitatu thu question of
thu supremacy of the Pupal tliionc. Thu
Pope ileploied tlio recent exnetments by
tbo Liberal p.nty. Tho pecch tutough
out was violent nnd bitter in tone.
Guilty of Dytmmltlxm, nml .Sontctlcetl t
l'rlian fur To nr.
Gknuva, Ii.i, Dec. 21. In tho case of
Iiaucrclsen, chief at Aurora of tho Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers, on trial hero for
several fluys past, the Jury tills morning re
turned a verdict of guilty, and sentenced him
to two jears lu the penitentiary.
Immigration ut Detroit.
Detiioit, Micu., Dec. 21. Congressman
M. II. Ford, chairman of tho Special Congres
sional Committee on Immigration and Labor,
Is tho only member of tho committee on hand
ut tho investigation lu Detroit.
Oeuoral Splnola went to Now York, Oates
stalit In Washington and Uucuthcr and Morrow
Lyman A. llraut, deputy collector of cus
toms Bervlcc, said ho rigidly cnfoiccd tho net
prohibiting Chlucse immigration.
Forty uer cent, of tho f orelgu pcoplo work
in printing offices in Detroit ns compositors.
Many of them llvo lu Canada, wullo work
ing here. In other trades tho samo condition
ot things exists.
Canadian lumbermou in largo numbers work,
iu tlio Michigan pins woods lu thu winter aud
return to Canada lu tho spring.
I'olnoneil by Crenm 1'iifTx.
St. I'aui, Minn., Dec. 24. A West Slda
family of five peisons wero poisoned j esterday
bj-eating cream puffs, and ttneo of them ara
likely to die. Tbo victims aro Mrs. It, Horen
eon, her three children, John, Ncls and l'etcr,
aged, resgcctlvoly, IU, 10 and 15 years, and
her- father, Ncls Murciplcssen. Tho lioys,
Nets and .lolm, havo partially recovered but
Ihe others aro In a critical condition. Thj-
sicinus express mo opinion mat mo poisouous
puffs wero cooked cither lu n now tin dish or
In au old ouo in which copperas had gathorcd.
Sympathy I'or it White Cnp
IIu.NTi.NoiiURi., Inu., Dee. 21. William
Gregory, tlio Whlto Cap who was reported
killed by Davis for thu ullegcd (seduction ot
Davis' daughter, Is still living, with a cbanco
for his recovery. Public sentiment Is changing
lu favor of Gregory, aud tho act ot Davis la
denounced ns cowardly and murderous.
Gregory was shot iu tho back ns hu stood by a
stove. Turntug aiouud, ho faced his assail
ant, who lied. ' It Is generally conceded that
there wns no seduction in thuielatlous between
Gregory and tho Davis girl.
.Tehu IfiiUor'd Cliiirges.
Nasiivili.u, III., Dee. 21. Jehu Bakor's
notice of contest sorved on Congrcssman-olcct
Forman contains sixteen counts. It avoids
specifications, but chargos every imaglnnblo
species of fraud. Thu most conspicuous
chargo Is that of using pasters. Mr. l'orman,
In au Interview, declares that ho resor.cd to no
underhand means to galu tho olllce, und has
no fears of tho outcomo should tho contest "bo
tried on Its merits. Mr. Form an declined to
uckuowlcdgo servlco of Baker's notico.
8elzo1 by tho Ilrlttsli Government.
San Fiiancisco, Cal., Dec. 24. Tho Troplo
Bird arrived from Tahiti yesterday uud re
ports that the British war vessel IlyucIutU has
raised tho standard over tha Harvey group ot
islands and taken possession iu tho namo ot
ihe Kngllsli Government.
IloKtiili I'ollce Itnlil Chinese Gamblers.
Boston, Dec. 24. Tho polico raided
Chlucso gambling house on Hairlson avenuo
yesterday und arrested fifty-four Chinamen.
FINANCIAL AND COMMEKCIAL.
The Stock mill Money Murket.
New Yoiik, Dec. 24. Monoy 25 per eut.
Kxchaugo steady; posted rules, 4tt55jj4S9';
actual rates, 184J((!)4S4 j for sixty duys and
4S'J1 for demand.
Governments (pilot; currency 0s, 110 bid; 4s,
coupon, 1331 hid; 4Js, do., 10S bid.
Tbo stock market opened acttvo and strong,
and prices itdvanccd steadily throughout tho
morning on buying ot tho granger stocks, tho
coal shurcs and Missouri Puclllc. At uoou
values wero up 1 to 13 per ceut from Satur
daj's closing. Tho market has been dull but
do. pfd., 0-3J; K. & T., ; L. .. 10J1; L. E.
VV., 17J, L. & N., 571; N. W., 103; O. & M.,
21J; V. M., 301; Itcading. 40J; It. L, 100; O.
M., 3J, do ufd.. 081; St. Paul, U3J; Wa
bash, 13J; do. nfd., 3l; B. tt Q., U0J;
P. K. .t D , SU Man., -; O. A N., 01; O.
A T 30i; C, C.,C. I., 6SJ; Mich. 0., 874; Ills.
Tlio Wunlitiigtou Mtocks,
Miscellaneous Bouds-W. & O. K. It., till;
.Masonic Hall Asi'u. 108; Wash. .Market Co.,
115; Inlaud & Seabord Co., 55; Wash. Light
lufantij-, 1st, W; Wush.Llght Infautrv. 2d.
45; Wash. Gas Light Co.. 121: Wash. Go
Hlghts. 1M; Wash. Gas Scrip, 123.
National Bank Stocks Bank of Washing
tou,300;llauk of Kepubltc, t7l; Metropolitan,
2u0; Ceutial. 200; Scioud. 137; Farmers' and
MethuuLs', 170; CilUeu', 125; Columbia,
Itallroad Stocks Washington and George
town, 2U7; Men opolltau. 108; Columbia, U0:
Cap. A North O St., 113; Anacostla, 10.
Insurance Stocks ttrcnien's. U'J; Franklin;
305: Metiopolitan, 73; National Uulon, iu,
Arlington, H!0; Corcoiun, t Columbia, 13J;
German American, 155; Potomac, 115; ltlggs, 8.
Gus aud Lh'cmo Light Stocks- Washington
Gas, -10, Georgetown Gas, 44; U. S. Kleclriu
Telephone Stocks I'cuusylvanU, 33; Chesa
peake ifc 1'otumac, 77.
Miscellaneous Stocks Washlngtou Market
Co., 15: Washlngtou llrlck Muchhio Co., J0O;
National 1'ioss Brick Co., ; Great Falls leu
Co., 150: Bull Uuu Panorama Co, IU: Kcal
Kt.tato 'Ittlo Insurance Co.. 115; L'olunibU
Title Insurance Co., 55; National Sato De
posit Co.,; American Graphophouu Co
Loral Wentber Indlcntjiinn.
Fair; v armor; ueuuralguutturljr winds,
1 p. in. prices. W. U., SUJ; N. Y. C, 107J;
N. J. C. 051; N. l'ae..3o; do. pfd., 6'J8;
U. P., 0J; Mo., 741; Tex., 22J: C. S., 83;
I), .t IL. 133V: I).. L. A W.. 144i: Erie. 378: