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r . -T fmfWtr" T""K?T I IWJMHIJI " "WIl nw'WTyy "inwiyifp 'f "Bft' PfTTPtiT "T"iBwn".- f ci a IiVTB l)EPART)IBST NEWS. Jltxivrni Hiu.mont Swontf In. Min ister Perry llnlmont bus tulton tlio oath of olllco anil received Ills credentials as Minister to Spain. No will start for his post In u few days. . TitnisuitY Statkmbnt. Tlio nmount of gold coin mid bullion in tho Treasury and tho gold certificates outstanding from tho latest returns receivable for u period of ten days from November 10 to No vember 'JO U as follows: Gold coin and bullion, siKii.viwi.uio.uti; gaicieoiiinenies, cash, Sas.OUIl.lillj jiold qertllleiitcs In cir ciilntlon, $l!17,OM.03O; not gold In Treas ury, coin and bullion, $11) l,421),l)83.;W. ' bullion. $:W-V!01,01i,:i(); galdeoilllleates, cash my CoMPi.iifiNa Tilt: Census ItnroiiT. Tho last volumo of tho report in tho Tenth Census has Just been issued. It completes the set of twenty volumes, ag gregating 10,1104 pages. In addition there aro two volumes of compendium of tho census. Tho cost of the work ox elusive of printing, engraving and bind ing, was ir4,N3:),:i50, which is sixty-eight cents per cnplln,of tho population of tho country on ,1 unci, 1850. Tho appropri ation for tho printing, cngravinir and binding nmouiitud to $l,01H,ll(i.-l(). In adililion to tho statistics of population, iniinufacturo and agriculture tbero were special repoils, iimong thu most vahmhlo of which were those on newspapers, so cial statistics, cities, wages, taxation, public indebtedness, mining industries and cotton pioduction. Mlnnr unit 1'crKnnnl. Tho Navy Department ha been Inform cd of tbo iirrlvid of Iho Swatara nt MuUloiiado. 'I liu following storekeepers and gangers have been appointed! Tliomiis Maker l'ciilck, Clover Dei)ot, Va.; Samuel N. llubbs. Camp ion, Ky., nml tho follnwlns la Ninth Caro llnn: Cliailca I Uattls, Stanley; Thomas A. IViluuVxtcr, Shore; Ucorga A. White, Asbnrn-villi-; Joshua (I. Simmons, Island foul; I'rjor 8. Carpenter, Chcrryvlllr. TUB DISTUICT (K)VEIINMENT. An examination lias been mailo of the. water fixtures in all of lliu public school bullillngs, nml It has been fonnil that through ilefecttvo ami antiquated fixtures hundreds of thousands ot gallons of water nro dally wasted. This will nt ouco bo remedied. Arcpoitls being pre paicd on iho condition ot tbo fixtures and wjto In thu other buildings belonging to Uio DMrlet. KITorts have been made for tho past two years to bavo tho nlley In square 120 opened. i'liU alley runs north and south from (J to II bticets, between Nineteenth .and Twentieth streets. Captain Symons recommended last month that tho alley bo opened and Improved. Tho Commissioners ordered tbo obstructions removed from tbo alloy on tho 10th Inst. Win. Drown, who claims to havii paid taxes on the property, asks that the order bo sus pended lor me present. Mr. M. I. Wcllcr, In tho Interest of tho ex tremo eastern section of tho city, had an inter view with tho Commissioners to-day, In which bo advocated tbo improvement of O street southeast from Eighth street to tho Congres sional Cemetery. Ho stated that this street was Included In thO list of Improvements recommended by tbo East Washington Citi zens' Association, and. tno Commissioners have failed to Include the street iu their schedule, ot street Improvements for next 3 car. Ho stated that tho people looked to iho Commissioners to mako this Improvement for them, but If thev did not then Congress would bo petitioned. Tho principal object In getting tho slrccUmproved, be said. Is to have tho tracks ot tho A nacosU Hailroad Company (attended out to tho cemetery, which would give 7,000 peoplo street-car jervlco who now bavo to walk In Ihu mud. It would also ca'iso this section to bo built up and other wise improved. Tho application ot Christopher Hoffman or. Fourth street and l'chusylvaMla avenuo soum cast for a bar-room Hccnso was approved this mnruliic. nltur havluir been rejected oh nc- count or, an Insulllclcnt number of blgucrs and a general protest from people living in Iho neighborhood. Tho Commissioners mado an order, to-day that no water servleos shall bo put In, unless tbo same aro provided with extension stop cock boxes of tho Buflalo pattern. John Sheiman bas filed a probato with tho Commissioners against tho cairyitig Into clTcct of their order to grade Thirteenth street. K. D. F. Vermillion bas declined un ap pointment ou tho Klro Department and Au gust (irlnim has becu appointed In bis stead. A building permit has been granted to Mrs. Jllranda I'raser to erect a private stable, rear of bouso nest to 60Utheat corner Connecti cut avenue and S street, to cost f 1,000. 1'erHoniil and .Social. Miss Margaret (Iray, daughter of Mr. II. J. (iray, was married to Mr. Ashley M. Mould at Ascimsloii V. K. Chinch yesterday afternoon by Jtov. Dr. F.lllott. Messrs. K. 1). Cray and C. J. 15 ray, brothers of thu bride, and L. W. Dashiell and W. C. bhaw wero ushers. An Informal reception followed at tbo bride's rcs Jdonee and Mr. and Mrs. Gould left for n trip to thu North, after which they will go to Kan sas City to live. Miss llcrtha C. Klncbcloe was married to Mr. M. I.. Wbelploy at Calvary ilaptlst Church last night by her couslu, Rev. Dr. llcrndon, of Lcosliurg. Tho newly married eouplo left for New York and Philadelphia. They will reside on Capitol Hill on their re turn. Miss Knto Drummoud was married to Dr. Nelson A. Hyon at Trinity Church on Wed nesday bv ltuv. Dr. Addison. Mr. and Mrs. Hjon afterward left' for their future homo at Howie. Tho (Irldlron Club will clvo its first dinner of tho Mason to-morrow evening at Wclckcr's. Tho bullos of the Garfield Hospital Sowing Boclcty meet to day ut Justico llurlan's. Kcprcscntatlvo Mahonoy of New York and Mlsx Mary A. MiGmvau wcro married on edncsday In New York. Mrs. Mnitba J. Stowart and Mr. W. I). Bnati wcro united In marrlagu ou Tuesday night by Itev. Dr. Leonard. Mr. John A. (Jreene, a bright New Yorker, Ins taken charge of tlin Washington bureau of tho Now York Mvrutiw Journal, with bis olllco In the Atlantic building. TUB COURT IIECOIU). ?iiillv Court ilimlloe On. llntbaugh . Harbaugb; sale to Charles I'. Ptono finally ratified, llallcy vs. llnrroughs; talo decreed and Morgan II. Uracil appointed ttiutiu to tell. Norton vs. Norton; report of kpcclal auditor coallriued. Circuit Court iluntlcv Cox, ver, Jr., vs. Columbia Hailroad Company; verdict for plaintiff, 100. McKlllgott vs. District of Columbia; placed on trial. Slid linni VI. Cox; Judgment by default. Sent l,n for Ileatlnc n Woninii, For nearly three weeks Itlelmrd Sparks and LImIo Tailor bavo lived together happily until a tall yellow Methodist preacher, uamett Hell, Injected hlnnelt Into tbcj situation last nlgbtwlillo Itlelmrd was admlnlstei lug Lizzie's diurnal U-nllng. Tho nreacher had ltlehaid arrested aud sviil to tho workhouse, and tor tbo next twenty days Preacher Hell will liavo thlnijs his own way In Lizzie's Thlrteon-and-a- balf street room. , llurlul Permits Innued. llurlal permits havo been Issded during tho past twenty-four hours by tho Health Uflleo: Chirlcs lllgglus, 41 years; ICIlcn Mauguni, D'i jear; Walter K. Houdder, 33 years; Ktigcno II, Tally, 111 months, and the following col ored. James II. Morton, fi yearn; Daisy fcicott. U icars; JohiiIi V, 'Ibomjon, 3 years, and Ella Parker, 'M years. 'I lie VuiielbloV lull'. Tbo Fenelblos will cloo their fair at tho Natlomil Illlli's' Armory to-night. Tho High tk'hojl ll.ittallou IU bo lirosent. Th6 voting w III clone ut 8 o'clock. Articles not dUnosed er will bo sold ut miction. 3lnrrlnc Mucikpk. l.lntou y. C'uruy nml T, I.ouUo (3 1 barm; Luther II. Huyiler ami I'.lliubatli ' Lumber); (Ivoigo V Duve and Koocttu (Jrluisley, Vir- Slnl.i, .li'lm T Heard, Netl.illii, Mo,, and I.IIIlo , Copelauil, St Louis, u. The THE GOSSIP AT THE CAPITOL Tho Aqueduct Investigation to bo Held With Closed Doors. PROSPECTS OP THE DIRECT TAX BILL. The I.nteftl l.'nttmiitn Admit llio Compo sition of (tin lloiinr. Tho investigation of tlio aqueduct scandal by tlio Congressional Committee, appointed for that purpose, will begin tho work of examining witnesses on Monday morning. The examinations will ho with closed dooi'tl, and so uiueh of tho testimony ns may ho drenicd proper will bo given to tho public each day. Tho committee decided on this couiso for sover.il ronson. If tlio examinations were held with open doors every person connected with tho tunnel who might think himself ic Hooted ou bv tlin testimony given would want to employ counsel, and tlio lcsult would be that tlio Investigation would drag along day by day, and thucommilteu would never bo ablo to icpoit to tho House this bcsslon. And theu, again, something might bo disclosed Hint would be nindu a sensation of by tho papers, nnd pel baps tho next day evidence would bo given to contradict tbo story. Tin: Dinner tax iiii.l. Congressman Jlyun of Kansas said tills nflcrnoon that, judging fioin the jmst, ho was inclined to think that when tho Di rect Tax bill came up for discussion in tliu House next month tho opposition would resort to nil tho filibustering tac tics that could be employed to defeat the bill. Tin: mu'iisnr.NT mixsioN mm,. The Hopubllcans, ho said, would inako every effort to secure the consideration and passage of tho Dependent Pension bill. Jlr. Ityan says it's almost impos sible to tell what legislation will bo enacted during tbo short session. ottnANi.iNo thu liousi;. In speaking of tlio organization of tho next House ho paid Sir. Cannon of Illi nois, whoso boom for tho Speakership bus assumed healthy proportions, a vory neat compliment. IIo said ho did not know of a man better qualified for tho position. 31 r. Cannon, ho said, hud served faithfully for tho past ten years on tho Appropriations Committee and that made him peculiarly fitted for tho place. THE LATXSl' ESTIMATE. Colonel Iko Hill, acting Seigeant-at-Arms of the House, said this morning that tho latostiecelvcd bv him was. that tho House stood 102 to' 102, with tho election of Kvalis iu Tennessee in doubt. "But I'll bet $10." said tlio gonial Iko, "that Hates, tho Democrat, will rcceivo tho certificate. Colonel Hill said Iho Democratic party didn't havo tlio nerve nor courage to do what Senator Ouny charges them with wanting to do. 'I hoy will never attempt what ljuay says. AViiy. they nro afraid to cbiim what tbov'vo nlready." Wlien jymwres meeis in JJcccmbcr tbero will bo; in tlio' corridor, near tho House, a public wu'or cooler; something that lias been wanted for a longtime by tlio thirst- visitors. Tlio House Committeoon Appropiin tlous were not in session to-day. A STAXD-Ol'F DECLAIM). An Ylloced Ahsmilt lty i'nltcomoit nml lliu 1'riHonor DIhiiiIhkoiI. Major of Polico Mooro was passing near the corner of Twentieth nnd M streets about 8:lt0 o'clock on Saturday night, a couplo of weuks ago, nnd ho heard tlio unmistakable sound of a po liceman's club being vigorously used on borne ouo's bend. IIo saw a scufllo ou M. street, near Twentieth, and ran up and told tho po liccnianjwho was doing tlio clubbing to stop, thinking, us ho Hiul this afternoon, that with his assistance one policeman could handle the prisoner without his being clubbed. Hut Instead of one pollcomtin, tho Major found Policemen Kenny, lied grave and Oouehor struggling with 19-vear-old lid. Cunningham, who says he weighs 110 pounds, and Is about five feet four inches in height. Ciiniiinsham, who bears a bad reputa tion, was arrested for committing a nuisance iu front of nbtoic. He resisted and when ho got to the statlonhoiiho his head was bloody aud badly cut, and ho says ho fell senseless when he wns put into his cell iu tho Iv street stationliouso. At tho Polico Court this mornlna Cun ningham wns tried for tho nulsanco and the three policemen for nssaulling him. On'dlsp slug of tho caso .ludgo Miller said that it was impossible to 11 x thu ex act blow that couHtltuted tbo assault aud dismissed both cases. llEl'AllllXn MAIL l!A(IS. Tlio Miopn Kouii In bo Movuil to tlio !? Struct itlnk. The bag repair shops of tho City Post ollicu will bo removed to the E-Strcet ltlnk, which has becu leased for that purpose at an nnnual lentaljof $;),000. The transfer will probably bo made by December 10, as thu work in tho interior of tlio building is being pushed to com pletion ns lapldly as possible. The shop Is now located in tlio fourth story of thu City Poslotllco building, which is us unsafe as it is inconvenient, and tho olllcluls of that Dopaitmcnt havo made strenuous efforts to secuio now qiuii ters uver since the appropriation for that purpose became available. Tlio I.eiiHo of tho Arlington, Messrs. Aulliony Hyile und O. M, .Mat thews, executors under tlio will of V. V. Corcoran, have executed ale.ito to Tlioopblbis K. Kocsslu n( loU IS, IU anil 17, srpuiu SOU, known ns tlio Arlington llotul. Forty thou sand dollars Is to bu paid for tlio lc.isa for two years from April 1, INS'J. Tlie lessee Is to bo permitted lonmUulinpioveuieuts sjicclllcil iu uccitnlu letter. llauknm or O'Connor Arrhu. J. Frawley, .1. Kutsoll, V. .1. Bniltb, V. Vciucr, i:. Buillb, It. Yngniii & II, Oraou, W. Johnston, It. Manou, G, Wilkinson and M. Honan, all of Toiouto, arrived hero Ibis inom Ing, and icgltterrd at tbo National, Tliey come to back O'Connor In tbo bout race to morrow. Ilimc Toi- III Crime. Nr.w Oui.uvNs, La Nov. SI. - In ft. Helena's l'urltb, a few days ugo, a negro n.uiiodjcrry Tujlor cilinliiiilly risauited tlio in-year-old daugliter of C. J. Wllllnim. Tlio nogio was captured, and was being tuKou to Ihe (Ireeiisliiiru: Jail, wlien mi armed body of men forcibly took him from tho olllcers ami hung him to all it. Mr. AiiKimtn Whiting. NuwroiiT, II I., Nov. -V).--Mra. Augusta Whiting, of New Yoifc, a sunuuer icildeiit hero for several years, died to-day of typhoid fever. WASlItNGTOK, DANA ON CLEVELAND. Tho Udltor of tlin Now York Sun viewed In Turin. To-day's Now York Herald, contains a cablegram from Paris giving Charles A. Dana's views on tlio c.nuso of President Cleveland's dofent. Among other rea sons arc tlio following: "Ho had no per sonal friends, llo was cordially dis liked by tlio lcndois of tho Democratic parly and tbo political diicctors of tlio IJemnci'atlc press. "Kven before Ihu election I do not bo llcvc there was a moro unpopular person in the United Stntcs than he, and alter next March, when thu game is all over, tho universal wonder will bo how such a liiiin as Cleveland ever cmo to 1)11 such u high position. "Dining his administration ho did nothing to win the conlldencu nnd sup poit ot Ills party; in tact, lie did not cuio u copper lor Iho real interests of tlio Democrats. What he worked and schemed for fiom beginning to end wns tho welfaio and advancement of Mr. O rover Cleveland. "Ill his manner toward his suppoitcrs lie was always cold mid ovei bearing, and ho never byuny clmuco put himself out to bo couiteotis or accommodating. Ho thought himself a man of destiny, and so fur above his followers that ho could kick them about as ho pleaded. Ho has Ilually discoveied his mistake. Ho was always trying to produce u sensation which would make pcojilo talk about him. Ho did not choose any given lino of ncllon so much becauso ho believed in It as becausu he believed in its advantage for himself. Ills knowledge on all sub jects was superficial." TIIK HIX-O'CI.OCK CM!lt. An iVcvoiint of IIh Ml lil lluvvlrlea I.nst Kfeiiliig at Wlllunl'ii. The Itnicjiiu disorganization, known ns tlio Six-O'clock Club, hold its weekly symposium last evening at Wlllnrd's Hotel around a cruciform dinner-table, from 0 to 10:"0. It was n nolablo gath ering of scientific nnd literary gentlemen nnd their ladles, some slxty-flvo iu all. Colonel Carroll D. Wright kept them in order and held tliutilloi-,wlilo Colonel Morse, treasurer, held tho tilt nnd col lected 41. annual dues, from ench who desired to join. After dinner Iho club unbent its mind to tho question: "When does piotcction protect? and free trade speeches were inndo by Colonel Swlt.ler. Dr. linker, A. Oroffut, General V. A. Hammond, Captain lloutcllc, Captain O. A. Dutton, Sara Spencer and Assist ant Attorney-General liryniil, and pro tection speeches by 1). H. "Warner, presi dent of Columbia Dank; Colonel Lincoln (just back from the campaign for Har rison), Professor W. II. Dall, Commis sioner Lyman, W. !. Curtis of tho Intcr-Oann and John JIcElroy, editor of the Katiounl Tribune, Then General W. O. P. TJrccklnridgo of tlio Ways and Means Committee of tlio Houso was called to his feet, and bo Itig full of the facts, amicably consented to bo pumped by tlio protectionists, who piled him with questions for three-quarters of an hour. After ho had finished a majority of tlio club scorned to bo of opinion that tho election Und not burled tbo tnrill' question beyond lcsurroetlon. Tho .secretary, -announced that, as ladies allowed tbo members to abstain from swaljowrtyil coas, and to ongago in tbo post-praiidlal cigar, the lxeculivo Committee had decided to include Indies in invitations till further notice The club will skip next Thursday evening in deference to Thanksgiving. Till! CHAIUIR AflAINST CUNEY. Tho Caso Aguln on Trial Iu Court Tills Morning. Tho trial of Henry Cuney, tho colored Postolllco clerk chnrgcdwlth robbing tbo malls of money addressed to tlio Libra rian of Congress for copyright purposes, was resumed in tlio Criminal Court this morning. Cunoy was employed to dis tribute tbo Senate mail. Tbo defense offered wns that It sometimes happened that a letter would by uccldout come to a department wheio It did not belong. In that caso tho clerk would some times put it into his pocket in order to placo ft in its proper ilcpartmeut. This, Cunov stated, was tho caso with tho do- coy letters which wore found on him. He had intended to rotum' thorn, but on his way met a friend, with whom ho en gaged in conversation. This diverted his attention, and he started for home. On his way ho was arrested and tlio let ters found on him. Tlio caso was argued beforo tho jury this morning. INAUGURATION' MATTERS- ltoeont Appointment a Number of Ap plIvutlonH ItecclWMl. Mr. Uriltnn, chairman of tho Inau gural Committee, to-dav appointed Mr. Stilson Hutchius a member of tho exec utive committee. John C. Dougherty Fayette, Tcnn., Chairman llepuiilican National Com mittee, lias written Mr, Uretton request ing that quarters bo secured for the committee, many of whom will bring their wives. The commlttco will raiso a 25 cunt subscription for rope to stretch the length of tlio Avenuo to keep tho street clear from curb to curb during tho inaugu rai parade. Tho District Commissioners havo in fonned"Mr. Ilntton ;that tho application lor ouu special policemen lor usu uuuug Inauguration week has been referred to Major of Polico Moore. Tho runornl of Captain ltiinitt, Tho funeiul of Captlau Ilurillt, tho late editor of tho Sunday Herald, will take placo to-morrow afternoon at i! o'clock, tervlces Ijo Ing held at tho house, No. 19H I street. Itev. Futhcr Mnckln of St. Matthews will ofllclato. Interment will bo at Mt. Olivet. Tho pall bearers will bo General Hoynton of tho Clu clnnattl Commciclal-llautic, Mr. Stilson Hutchius and Commissioner Webb, whllo other pallbcircrb IU represent tho or ganizations with vihlch tho deceased lias con nected. AT THE HOTELS. Mr. nud Mrs. Lansdalo lloardman of'New York, J. II. Miles of HrooKlyn and Voter M. UltcbcoU; of Cleveland, Ohio, aro nt tho Arllnutou. 0.8. 1'lnnoyof St. Louts, E. W. Palgo of New York aud Colom-1 Uonn Piatt are at Chaiubcrliu's. .Mr. ami Mrs. O. V. Kinney of Virginia. Jan. 11. Pratt of New Yoil; and Geo. Adams of West Virginia aro at tho Illggs. W. O. llniball of New York, Y. It. Picket and wife ot Philadelphia a"'1 Captain J. A, Campbell, P, 8. A., wo at tlio Lbhltt Ivna Joseph ami wllo nt tlovoland and 8. L. M. Harlow of New York aro at Worinlej's. Victor IJrbacher and Ml m'd .Mrs. (1. Ulu luenthul of Now York, S HluJi nd family of Kli'hmond nro at WolcKCr'a. J. Sherman Moultoiiof Now York, a well known lawyer, Is at Iho Lheltt. J. 11. Morris und wife of Denver, Cob, nio at tho Lbbltt. Mr. and Mrs. Mori rs aro spend, burn poitlonof their weeding tour In Wash ington. .1 V Slmttockof Now Yoikaud JullusJ. Lsteyof llrattlcloio', Vl., no"' WilUrd's. EVENING PR II) AY JfiVEN-OSrG, NOVEMBER 2li, 1888. THE OFFIGERS OH THE STAND. Captain Syraons and Lieutenant Town send Boforo tho Court of Inquiry, TIIEY TELL ABOUT FINDING BAD WORK Tho Slorx or tlio Hi)?. Underlining Tlinr nuelily llohciirnod. Tho Military Cumt of I nqulry nt tho War Department resumed tho taking of testimony tills morning. ' Captain Symons of tlio Corp of En gineers wns sworn. Ho stated tluit in accordance with orders from the- War Department ho leportoii to Major l.ydeckcr December fith, 1SSI1, for"ilutv. Captain Hoxio was then associatcdhvith the work. Witness spent a week or so acquaint ing himself with tho work, and after about a week's time was installed M su perintending engineer on tbo workl Ho received no written orders and ps in structions wcio verbal. ' Tlio personal work of the witness In tho tunnel was to visit It ns frequently as possible. Somu times ho visited tho tun nel two or three times n week, arid at other times a longer period of tlmo elapsed, hs ho had duties to perform tit liiuni rails on mo reservoir aim liiu-uuy. His duties on tho tunnel work ccnScd in May. 1SSI1. "Whom did you consider responsible for carrying out your Distinctions in re gard to the HuiugV" asked thu presi dent. ''.Mr. Coryell was my assistant, and upon him devolved the duty of going into tlio tunnel each day and teeing that the instructions wcro carried out." "Did Mr. Coryell mako dally re ports V" "I do not remember. I think, how ever, tho daily reports of tho luspectors went through Ills hands." Tho brick Which went into tho lunnul wcro inspected in bulk by tbo witness nt tbo top of tho shaft. 'Iho mortar was inspected by tlio Government inspectors. "How often did vou make a personal in spection ot tuo tunnoi wiitio tlio lining was going ont" "As frequently as possible. Some times several times n week and occasion ally not so 6ften." "How often did Major Lydockcr lslt the tunnel V "I could not sav; ho went in with mo on two occasions.'1 "What, qualifications wcio required of thdlnspectors?" , "They wcro appointed upou a beliof in their honesty ami capacity as masons." "How frequently did you havo con sultations with Major Lydeckert" "Kvcry day, and sometimes twico a day. Uhcso consultations wero, of a general nature rcgnrdinu tho progress of tho work, and I received almost daily in structions from him." Inspector Lucas was ongagciT bv wit ness as an Inspector. Witness considered him an clllclcnt and lellnblo man. He ha'd worked as"il foreman in laying tlio largo main. j MEUTKNA.NT TOWNSr.NU TESTlVIKS. lieutenant (Towuscnd was thcqWoro. IIo was ordered to report to Mnjp'r Ly decker for duty on thoi tilnuol .in',Apri, 1S87. lie did so, and May 7, 1&S7, wns detailed as supervising englueir on tho tunnel. IIo weut through the (tunnel with Major Lydccker. IIo spent two weeks examining the tunnel aud the men at work therein. At tho expiration of that timo witness reported Major Lydecker that ho thought tho inspectors .in the tunnel wero doing their duty . satisfac torily, but that Mr. Coryell, tlm civil engineer, was not discharging his duties satisfactorily, anil ho, tiieicfoie, recom mended his'dlschnrgo. Maior Lvdeckor, however; wished to givo Coryell moro chance, and no movo was made. At this tlmo tlio inspectors were Harper, Lucas, Hoyco, Mastcis and Lauigau. This forco continued until September, 1887. Witness found very few instances of bad work. Occa-ionallyho saw places where ho thought there wns not enough mortar used, but the mnttor was of slight moment. Ho found more Instances of dereliction of duty on the part of Mr. Coryell, and ngain recommended his discharge, but bo was retained on the work until the closo of operations. When work was resumed in May last Mr. Kirlin was tho only inspector in tlio tunnel, and it becamo necessary to cm ploy inspectors. Witness looked around for ids old inspectors but could only find Lucas and Masters, and as tlioy had worked there beforo and no bad work had been found on their soctlons, ho em ployed them again. THU HAD WOUK I'OUND. The first serious case was found in July In Masters' section. Tho mutter was reported by Mr. Kirlin, Witness had this work torn out and dono over ngain and negligent men dis charged. Tlio next caso was reported from the Hock Crook section on O llrieii's" work. O'llricn was examined by witness and told a very plausible story as 'to a mis understanding of orders. ' Mr. Kirlin said this might havo been passablo, and as ho considered O'llricn ouo of tlio best inspectors on tlio work, witness gave the hitter instructions not to lot it occur again, and tho matter was passed over. Witness had never had mnch confi dence in Inspector Lucas, although his work was found good. Ho heard vague rumors as to Lucas' work, and when tlio latter Dull a quarrel with Mr. Kirlin wit ness lot Lucas go. When tho charges ot tlio Kendall Brothers appeared In tho natters F wrote to tlietn asking if they would' point out places In tho tunnel which were faulty, but they declined to do so, oxco.pt to tho piopor authorities, ns they termed it." ,)J"Howover, I learned through tho press of places in tho tunnoi where the work wns bad, and acting undor instructions of Major Lydecker, drilled some; hoics luto thu roof of tho tunnel and found holes and cavities In O'llrion's work. In Hock Creek cast and west, MeNnmara's section, tho work wus well packed with dry packing, but lucked mortar. MeNnmnra'B work did not show tho I rami which existed in O'Brien's work. He was caiolcss, but did; not seem to havo been in collusion with anyone." Tho inspectors wore appointed by Major Lydecker upon tlio leconimeiida tiou of witness. Each inspector vtns Instructed ns to M duties by the older inspectors from tho specifications, of which they had copies. Witness then replied to questions as to tlio inspection and handling of tho biick and tho mixing of tlio mortar, His tes timony In this regard did not vary from that already adduced from other sources upon tho sumo subject. At 13;!W n re cess was tukoii until 1:80, when tbo tes timony of Lieutcnaut Townsend was re sumcu. P 08T JUDGE KIUJKKK WILD FICH1T- llln Ultimatum Said lo Ilioe llecn fconl Iu .Senator llliioliburii. tliidaltotheX. 1 Wvtlit. Louihviixk, Kv., Nov. 22 Colonel John (J. Moore, of Denver, with .ludgo A. W. ltilcker's challenge to Senator Ulnckburn, has been looked for hero to night amid a good dcil of ocitoment. A Courier-Journal ipceM from Onului tn-tilght says: "Colonol Mooio reached this city this morning nnd showed to an acquaintance tho challenge, which reads ns follows: Dc.Nvr.ii, Cot.., Nov. IU. Hon. J. C. S. lllackbnnu Sliu Tho published Interview Imputed to you, cniicrriiliig n cuuvcmitliul between my self ami tho Picsldent of tlin Vnllcil Slates at tho White Ilousolait month, lellects upon mo as n gentleman. You will understand tho purpoit ot this note, which ulll lo handed to vou by my friend, Colonel John C. .Moore, llo will nttend to all details mi iny part. A mcctlug between lis will probably determine which is elillllcl to bo called "gentleman." Veiy icspcctfully, A. V. ItUCKKIt. When Mooic's Acquaintance; h nil read the letter tho Colonel asked, "What do J ou think of ill"' "1 think It is nil poppycock," wits the leply. 'V-'cnntoi' Hlackburii cannot meet this man Iluukcr on tho Ileld of honor, for tho simple reason that the Senator is a gentleman und llucker Is not a gen tleman. Nor can you underlako to iep lesenl Kucker In this mater, for tho reason that you aro not a gentleman, My auvice lo you is to nutuition your mis sion ami return to Denver. It you go to Kentucky nnd picent tho challenge to Joo Illackhurii you will bo whippod like n dog and will probably land you in There is no doubt Moore concluded to profit by this advice. Ho took tho first train for Denver. It Is said ho for warded the challenge by mall. Tho identity of Mooro's advising acquaint ance can bo guessed from tho following interview in the Omaha Ktcning Demo crat: "I know .Too Blackburn, and I know Itueker," said O. II. Ilotlineker this morning, "lllacklmru Is woitli forty Ituckeis. The bloody career w Dich the papers have made "for llucker is nil gammon." "Will r.lackburn llsht?" "Yes, ho ulll; hut ho cannot afford to fight llucker. Itueker was dlsciedltcd in Colorado years ago. I don't seo how Ulnckburn can meet him. He certainly could not under tho old code. The fact that llucker repeated a private conver sation puts him beyond tbo pale. If anything were necessary to complete tho farce, the giving of tbo challenge to Mnoro would be Milllcicnt." Tho geneial drift of opinion is ex pressed, by Judgo W. 11. Vaughn, pro prlctor of the Democrat, who said: "Senator Blackburn is wasting his time and words In a controversy with this fellow llucker. Of course everybody believes tlio Senator has told the truth and Uiat Huckcr is seeking a liltle notoriety." A roportor who visited Scnntor Ulnck burn at his home at Versailles, to-day found him bnsv with his correspond ence. IIo said ho hud nothing to udd lo tho controversy with llucker. "I have had no communication whntovor from llucker, and did not know that it was reported ho iiad scut a challenge," wus his answer (o a dircct-qucsliun. , TO UKJIEIVB UK. CIIA1TEDLE. IIo Will llo J'.M-orleil lo the PiiritomiBO on IIIh llcturn. A committee, composed of Colonel James . Ucrot, Dr. Daniel II. Clark, Kugcno F. Arnold and others, has been appointed to recclvo the Rev. Dr. Chap pello of St. Matthew's Church on his re turn from Krnnco to-morrow nftei noon, llo will be escorted from the depot to the parsonage, whom members of tho con gregation will bo received. rOVI)EI$liYALIi ItldllT. llo Is Ho-elertdit (leueriil Sins tor Work in. in of the KnlKhts. Isuian.U'OMs, lxn., Nov. 23. Mr. Powderly has just been re-elected Gen eial Master AVorkman of tho Knights of Labor for tlio next two years. Judge Thuriuiiii ltctlred fiom l'ollllcs. Ki, 1'am), Texas, Nov. 2.1. Tho follow lug letter from Allen 0. Thurmau has been re ceived by Judge Allen HlacUer, chairman of tho Democratic County K.weiitivo Committee of CI Paso County: "CouiMlitw, O., Nov. 10, ISsS. "Allen lllacker, Ki l'ato, Toas: "Mv Deau Shi: Your favor ot tho !)th In stent iccelved. I regret Iho result, not of imv personal account, hut became I fear tbo policy of our political oppoueuts. As for my self, l shall never bo. n candidate for olllco again, but I shall never cease while I llva to work for the party, aud I do not despair of Its ultimate success. Yours trulv, "A. 0. TnuuvAM." (.'nuutiUK Now lluuipiitilro Out, CoNCOiin, N. 11., Nov. 2;l. Tho Governor and Council werolu session ywtcrday canvass ing tho l'rciklonlljl vote of the State. Ihu accessary eoinpmlsons wcio made, hut no declaration of tho llimrcs will bo umdo until n later meeting bocauo of tho fact thut about slty tonus havo mado such mistakes Iu their returns as to requite acoircotlou of them by Iho town ofilcers bctoro they can bu ceiuutrd, ami for this purposu they will havo to tin (.nut back and nualii returned to tho Kxecutbu Council. Tuo towns havo mudn no returns vtbatavor. Jtaoush rout havo hem leeched to enable the council to rcrttfy to tho election ot electom, but It Is doubtful If oven this can bu done. Thu Alllloiatliili Aiuhlllou lllmiviiircil. Ni:w Yoiuc, Nov. 2J. Tho 'orld' Inillun apollsconccpoudont tolegruphs an lutorvlcw bad with Uciicr.il Harrison, lu slilcli tho lat ter denies the truth ot tho publMicd reports of alleged statements made by him concern lug tho annexation of Canada. Tbo General eayt that ho has had no talk with any ono on thu subject ot tbo annexation of Cantidj, ami has said nothing about Ubliig tlin -'tui plus" In purcbiiblng tho territory of tbo Dominion. lloilell ltuccltUA llU Houtoucu. Nuw Vouk, Nov. 2.'). Krcoidcr Smj lb this morning sentenced turgor James V,. bedell to Htato prlkon for twenty-lira yenis mid four mouths. 1'hlllp J. (Joss, the policy dealer In whoso phicit bedell lost $125,000, pleaded guilty to felony. Ills Whipping Droio Him Mud. WlNciinsTiut, (),, Nov. 2;). -Adani borkcj, tho mnu who was whlnpod Smidai morning at Sardinia, by the Whltccnps,bas lost his leu sou mid Is now u laving maniac, ItoMnu llriihim (In Under. Uostox, Nov. 23.-J. Y. Mncklntosh .t Co. this morning announced their suspension In the Mock Kxcliaugo. A Vordlet fm- &:I0U. A verdict, giving William Ayor, Jr., ISlXI damages from thu Columbia Hailroad Coin, pauy, was rendered in tbo Circuit Cuurt to. day. Mr. Ayer claimed 1,000 for Injuries, caused by tho car's not stopping to let him . . 1 Ileal ICntalo Triinarura. Goorgo Wrlntit ot nl to C. C. Mcador, trus tee, $10, part of lot 118, square 102. YY )!. Wilson to A II. Illui, $10, silb-lot 10, sipiuro '1?1. E, A Large Number of Friends Witness His Departure. Mil. CHAMIIEIIDAIN DOES NOT LEAVE. Tho Ilx-MlnlMei- In Suit lmirrnrf. liu- rrniH-ii To- Loul Sackvlllo, tlio ictlrlng British Minister, accompanied by his daughter and housekeeper, loft tbo Baltimore uud Potomac station this morning nt 11 o'clock for New York. Tlioy weie tem porarily placed In the vestibule ear Imogen, hut wero lo be lransfoncd to the P. I!. It. special car l'JO, which had been assigned for their use. The Diplo matic) Corps was liberally lcurcscntcd to witness their dcimrttuo. and Its nunibeis ovldcnccd their regret at the loss of a popular family m many ways. TboMisgos U'est wcro fairly inundated with flowers, which wero of necessity carried Into the ear ns soon ns they wero bestowed. lO.ichwoie a coisnge liulliillct of huge dimensions, and siicecfsrully managed a smaller one In cither baud. When It is takmi Into consideration tluit there was a constant haud-sbaklng In progress, tbo magnitude of this under taking will be appreciated. Mr. Joseph Chambeilaitiand his bride, together with Secretary Kndicotl, were among those piescnt lo say good-by, nud and thero was also a large uttendauccof the ladles of tho diplomatic circles, who exhibited considerable feeling at the purtinir. Amid n llulterlnii of handker chiefs and :t waving of hats the train pulled out, Lord Sackvlllo and tbo Misses West standing on tho platform bowing their farewell. Three baggage-wagons wore required to movo tho trunks, boxes, chairs, &., to tho sintlou. They wero carefully gum (led and checked by two ntlaehces of tho legation. Thu trunks wero all con spicuously labelled "Lord Snck,ville," and a fow of them countersigned "V. W.," but they wcro nil so thoroughly Kitglibh Iu their make-up tluit, doubt less, railway ofllclals would havo shipped them to Kiigluud on general principles, even bad tlioy bcou minus the name and destination of the Into Minister. Lord Sackvlllo and party have en gaged passage on the stcamur Ln Bur goyno for llavro, which nails caily to morrow morning. It was generally believed that Mr. Chamberlain aud wife would be of tio party, but they havo determined to ru main in Washington until next week, nud possibly longer, ns tbo guests of Secie tary Kudicott, wheio tlioy uie now visit iug. A 111(1 HUE jXFt)UT WAYNE. Tlio Dli'ctrlc! I.IkIiI Company1! Work DfHtrnjcil at ll T.om ol Sa00,O0O, Four AVay.sk, Ish., Nov. !!. Tlio ex tensive works of the Koit Wayne Jeiiney Klectric Light Co'mp.iny took flro nt 2 o'clock ibis" morning nud were totally de stroyed. Tho old building containing arc .machinery and tho engines nnd thu new. ihrto-slory building containing tbev stoci;, tno incandescent department ami tho Iron-Towor Company area total loss. All of tho took and tlio patterns and some of tho books of tbo company also nro destroyed. Tbo company is the most prominent of the arr-llgbt manu facturers in America and has In tlio past three years cmlmiked iu tho business of muiiufncttirltig incandescent lights, in stalling plants all over tho United Stntcs.l innnua ami .Mexico. Tlio amount ut capital invested is fully $r00,000. Thu loss on buildings, stock uud machinery amounts to over sfiiOO.OOO nnd the in surance is $1-18,000 and is divided among nearly forty dllfcrent companies. Tbrco hundred employes nro tem poral lly thrown out of work. The stock is mostly held by local capitalists, who will probably rebuild at once. Tho ori gin of tho lire is not known, hut It is supposed to havo been caused by sponta neous combustion. A TEHIllIlliKACCII)EXT. A Fatal OiiIIIhIoii on lh). & I1. Ilallroail Ihlit .lliirulnc. PiTTeituiio, Nov. 2!). All etra con struction train, loaded with ties for dis tribution nloug tlie O. & P. road, pulled out of AVclhvlllo at 4:150 o'clock this morning, and should havo tnken a sldu track a Yellow Cicek to allow thu icgtilur freight. No. 8S, to pa-s. The ciow ovor looked this fact, and continued on their way. Both trains wore running at n high ratu of speed when they mot with tcr lllle forco on a sharp curvu near Ham mnndsville. Lnglucer Wliittaker of tlio uNtrti had ono leg badly crushed, and was otherwlso seriously injured. Conductor Ocorgo ltceso of 'o. btwas badly Injured about his neck and hbnuldcis. Lngineer T. Dulpbln und Brukcnmii Slavln of No. h8 wero taken from under tbo wreck dead. I'ligDieui' Dolphin was a widower, 4.1 years of nge; lived at Wcllsvillo with his chihlien. Brake man Slavin, 43, unmarried; licd at lla votiua. llnglueof AVhltlakcr was taken to ils homo in Wollsvlllo. Both engines and hoveral curs aro completely demolished, All trains nro delayed, passengers ur llvlng via Alliance nud tho Pltubtiig, Fort Wayne and Chicago Hallway. Tho bl. I'uiil "lllsputeli" hold, Chicago, Nov. ttl. -A (llobn kpcclal fiotq St. l'uul says: bale ot a half lntciet In thu Ht, Paul DitpaUh iuij coiisuinniateil jcsteiday when Captain' Fchoeirol, ot Milwaukee, be camo au equal partner rtth George Thomp 6ou, und ou January 1 will become bmdhess manager. Thu Deiuoeratlo Cuutuktiiiit .Seiitvil. Colvmiua, S. C Nov. 23. Tho Ptnto Board of t'auvabseis lait evening decided tho Klllott-Mlller coutcst In tho Soienth Concr blonul District lu favor of Klllott (Democrat) making tlio delegation from South Carolina solidly Democratic. Acquitted of Murder. COLUitiius, lM., Nov. 2:1. Mis. .Mary Doran, who, on July 21, murdered her Inu- luuil by pouring earholle acid Into lilts mouth whllo asleep and who has been on trial hero for a week, via this moriitni: acquitted by a Jury on tlio ground of Insanity. 'J'ho Xvw Jleuil of Iho lCoiclnqiii;, 1Ii.iii.in, Nov. 2.1.--H Is ttatcd that tho lteicbbtagwill uppolut. Her Vou I.avcUou- us l'rotldcnt of tho lleklistag In placu of Herr A"on l'iddorf, who bas been mado Minister of thu ltoyal Household. Tho two vleo-piosl-deuts Mill be ro-electcd. A Trust Atiout to (!om, Nuw Voiik, Nov. !KI. Tbo Herald'i Uoton special says the Standard Sugar Hellucry, n "trust" concern, Is about to bo closed, Tho Nu- Iluklun I.oiin AitMiorlf cd. St. l'i:TCieiil'iiu, Nov. 2:1, Tim I ar lias signed Iho ukase uuthuiklng (he new loan, "1ILOCKSOF FIVE." How It Is Propound 'that nrldnsnien wimll Inlliionro C'uiicrrM. New Yoiik, Nov, W. The Herald this morning contains it copy of a circular wiilch It says Is being largely distributed in manufacturing localities among work Diftfncii. The circular, which is signed "Blocks of Plvc," urges tho worklng ing men to form themselves Into blocks of flvo, for thu purpose of demanding legislation Dv Congress, which will he of prnctieil benefit to the wngo-carners. Tlie Iloptibllcatis must bo held to their promisoof higher wages, which llvtns claimed beforo tbo election w ould follow llepubllcnn "ticeess. Congrcs must bo Urged to use thu suiplits upon useful and necessary public woiks, thus creating abundant employment for mechanics nud laboring men, Fifty thousand moil should bo employed in tlio'constructiou of a navy and a mur cautilo mniltic. Interior and sea const ennuis nml improved liver navigation should be provided for, nnd on thc-ni wnrkn a hundred thousand men could be employed for twenty years. AVorkliignicn nro stiongly urged by tho circular to demand that tho men they have elected shall bo tine to them. Unless the worklngtnen speak out In n uncertain terms tlio surplus will bo bo manipulated ns to further enrich tho boiulimlders. Till! $1011,0(10 Till Ah. Tho mvjer. nv Kiiriiki'iI Iu AiKUlug tho Cime. lD:.vr.ii. Pa., Nov. LM. The rouit room Is again erovtded by eager listeners lo the arguments lu tho Hibbard-Kry briwch of promise case. Tbo arguments tiro now in progress and will bo concluded nt 'I :'M o'clock this afternoon, when the case will go to tbo jury. Attorney AViU son's ononlng address was very brief. Mr. Dougherty followed for tbodofensj. There will bo but ono allegation mado by piaiutilT'H attorney, mid Hint will bo Unit Henry O. Krv promised to marry i:ila A. llibbard and failed to keep hH contract with her. "Now. where does Kllza standi" con tinued Attomoy Dougherty. "Sho standi lit the position oi a woman who asucu a man to inuiry her, and when that mnii Inn refused, sues Dim becauso sho bas damaged bur owu ailoctious. Tho damage sho asks is not 100,01)0, as her friends hnvo had published, but 2.1,000, and tho question for you to decide is whether there wns any agreement of mnrriimo between them; the only ques tion being, who told the truth." Thu -attorney, Dougherty, ridiculed Mrs. Hlbbard's testimony at every point, attempting to cast a veil 'of incredulity upon tbo entiie narrative. A llEFI)iniXEI!I)ED. Thq Nntlonnl Inpci-tlnn or I.to Stock l'uvuioit hy Wcnlorn lCwhuucoA, Sr. Louis Nov. 2;'.. A meeting of committees from tho f.ivo Stock T!x chnnges of Cliicngo, St. Louis, Omaha aud Kansas City was held hoi 0 yesterday, ltesolutlons wcro adotilcd as follows: 'That wo favor a national Inspection law, providing that It shall bo unlawful to trans port from ono Htalo Into nuothcr State or for elsi) country inybccf, pork, mutton or veal, lo bo sold for human food, uhleh has not been Imnccti'il ullvo at thu slaughtering place bj' lnpirlors of tho United Mates and found healthy." Tbo resolutions ulso favor tho npnoirt muut of practical stockmen us national inspectors, and opposu local or Slalo In spection laws, which shall hinder tho free transnortntlon and marketing of meat products; that such laws would have a tendency to destroy competition, nnd would not command tho conlldunco in foreign countries that national inspec tion would. A copy of tho resoliillonti will bu mailed 10 "each United States Senator nnd Congressman. Aflor Another Ntory by Mr. Chnnler. IlltixUth to the AV10 l'urt A'ui. Wasuimhon, Nov. 22. A day or two aco Mr. William 8. Walsh, editor ot UpinncoWn Mwjazinc, and Mr. .1. M, Stoddart, publisher of the magazine, piisod through Washington on their way to Custlo 11111 to teo -Mrs. Aiucbo Itlvcs-Chaulcr beforo sho Balls for Kuiope In Dcccmlier. They will tpcml a witck with her lu Albciuarlo County. It Is shrewdly sur mised that they go to mako arrangements fdr another novel from her pen. "The CJulok or tho Dead" Is still tolling furiously, and tbo presses havo never stopped vtork ou It sluco It was llrst Issued. Now plates und n picfaeu by tho author will distinguish tho edition which Is to appear this week lu book form, fiom ono Kugllsb rouutiy bouso came 11 letter say Ine; that ouu cupy did not stiflice, nud begging that a dozen moro bo scut over immediately. uluiiol Mibln Arrested. CiucMbO, Nov. 2a. Colonel O. O. Sablu, tho rigln lawyer, who immmelcd Dr. A. rf. Ktouo last Monduy, was nrrested at 1 o'clock this monitnir ou a wairant sworn out by Dr. Stone, wtio charges Colonel Habln with, assault. Snbiu wus taken to hlgln this moinlng. FIXAXUIAL AND COMMEIiCIAfi. Thu Stock nml .Money 3Inrkot. New A'ouu,Noy.2:j. Money 2L-1 percent. Kxcliaugo quiet j ported rates, 4Wifi.lS9j nn tiul rates, IS.TOIS.'il for sltty days and -ISsi Oi ISS2 for demand. Governments stoady ; cuirency (Is, 121 bid; is, coupon, ISSblil; 4Js, do., 10SJ bid. Iho stock niirket opened fovcrlth aud irregular and after tho tlrst Tow dealings de clined 1 to $ per cent, on celling for both foreign nml homo account. Tho market was further weakened beforo midday by a raid un ow York it Now Ungland and also by thu announcement that $:i,40O,OOQ lu gold had been engagi-d for shipment to l'.urope. At niion prices were down J to I per cent. At this wrltlue; thu market Is fever Mi. lp. m. prices. W. C, VU: N. V. 0., 107; N. J. C Wi; Mich., M; N. P., 21; I'M., CTj; Ceil. 1'.. -; I'. P., mi!; Mo., Wl: T.I'., 2U 0. S., f.0J; I). A II., 110; 1)., I.. W.. I'M: K.Ai T., IU); L. S., m h. & N' KI3; N. W.. Ml. 0. ,U.,- (). &k, -; 1. M., lj: Iteaillne, 451; It. I., 103; Omaha, l!Ji;Do. I'M.. 100); St. Paul, O'.'i; I'M,, 10l; N. A, C, 81; Wab I!IJ; I'M., 21; II. .tO.,10S; Man.,; 0. it T., "SJ. The Ohleiie;o jlInrKet. Ciiioauo, Nov. 23. Opening, 0.SO a. in. Wheat -Dcc.lOSi; Jan., 10Sl;.May, llljejjltlli; Corn-Dec, USKisiSS; Juu., 3T1; May, J.U-OaU-l)cc 20j; May, .10, Pork Jan., JU.o.1; May.JU.S'JJ. Uid-.Iau., $3.20. Short ribs dan., 7.4'.'i; May, 7.tWJ. Tho WiiKhlnutou StouliR. Mlscollaneous liouds IV, ifc G. R. I!., Ill; Masoulo Hull Aas'u, loti; Wash. Market Co., 115; Wash. Light Infantry, 1st, IN; Wash. Light Intautrv. 2d. -; Wjh. G Light Co.. 121; Wash. Gas Illishts. 05. National Dank Stocks Haul; ot Washing ton, 1100; Dank ot Hopiibllc, 170; Metropolitan, t!0U; Central. COO: Second, VSi; Fai iiiorti' niui Mechanics', 1D3; tltlreus', 125J; Cobimbi.,, 118. Hailroad Stocks Wimhlncton and George town, 20S; .Metiopolltun, 107); Columbia, lti Cap. North 0 St., 115; Auacotla, 10. liiBiuaiico Mocks- I'lremeu's, 33; riauklin, 111); Metropolitan, 721; National Union, ll); Arlington, ISUJ; Corcoruu, 111; Columbia JSJ, Geruiau A111crl1.au, 153; Potomac, l!0; Ulggs, 7J. fins and Kloctrlo I.luht Stocks Washlnctou Gas, I0; Gcoigctown Gas, -tlj V.'. S. lileotrlc LWit.'HJ. Telephone Stocks Clusupcako t t'otomao, 70). MUcellancous Stocks Washlaatou Market Co., HJ; Washlucton Urlek Machluo Co.. 100; National Press Illicit Co.,; Great Kails Ico Co., HO; Hull Hun Panorama Co, 18; Heal Kitato Title Insurance Co., 117; Columbia Title Insurance Co., 51; National tiuto De posit Co., -j Amerlcau Graphophouo Co., PJJ, l.oenl Wrtither ludleatlont. Fair, iw-rerlr wlud Matloiury temperatui-.j tuduv, urmt.r uu i;4tiirdu) r M 'SI I L.