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- Have Reduced the Prices on Their WIIITBR CLOZinG, In Order to Clear Them Out. Also, , A' LABGE STOCK OF SHAWIS, To be Closed Oat at Bednced Prices. D ..1 VfawawBol ft-Lrlwitu AtulIUVrm aaaaa .. BLANKETS AND COMFORTABLES. Ladies' and Gents' Merino Underwear. At Closing Oat Prices. 244-24(5 CHAPEL STREET. 1879. 0. N. WMttelsey, Jr., 305 Chapel Street. Choice Wares for Presents al ways on exhibition. ai6 a Perfection Granite Vare. HOLIDAY era At Bretzfelder's, V laili)n allA TTAAfts Of Yonng and Old. SWEEPING REDUCTIONS III CLOAKS. Splendid Blaok Beaver Cloaks, trimmed with velvet andsatin, only 8.50, former prlc" $10. ... Splendid Black Diagonal Worste- OlclH, trimmed . . . . . . . 1 . 1 tiK .... nirfna l Willi TUTO ! uuij ' " 1 . Elegant Black Disgonal Wonted Circulars, Oily $5, sonner pn xu. Elegant Black Diagonal Wonted Dolmans, hand somely trimmed with velvet, satin uid fringe, only e. 60, reduced from 10. English Walking Jackets, only $4.98, former prloe Heavy Cloth Ulsters, handsomely nude, only $4.18, former price $9. Children's Waterproof Oloaka, fl and upwards. Ollldren's Cloaks, f 2 and upwards. Ladies' Waterproof Cloaks, $3. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Enormous Reductions In Dress Goods -Goods that should be ex amined at once. Dress Goods for the Holidays reduced to 8, 10, 12 and lfic. Black Cashmeres rednced to IS, 28, Sg, 48, 58, 68, 78 and 880 ; WJ per cent, nnaer price. Beverslble Beaver 8bwl and Plaid Velvet Shawls r Minced to to. 2 he greatest bargain ever offered be fore in the oity. Beal Paisley Shawls from auction at 18.15, worth $15. Holiday Presents I Felt Skirts from 85c upwards. Old-fashioned Balmonl Blurts, only fOc Shoulder Shsala from 36c upwards. White Blankets, 76c.' Brown Blsnkets, 46c sja Hand Knit Hoods at 600, worth $1. Saodies' hand knit Jackets at $1. Man's Cardigan Jackets, $1 and upwards. ' Men's and Boys' Knit Tippets, 16c and upwards, Indies' and Children's Bed Mittens, 20c. Hand Knit Leggings, 2So. Calico Wrappers, 75c Alexander Ki i Gloves, 85o. Good Corsets, 26a. White and Chinchilla Knit Nubias BOc, worth $1. Beat Hlik Handkerohkfa, 20c and upwards. Men'a Black Italian Silk Or .vats, $1.25. Men 'a old-fashioned silk bandanna Handkerchiefs 80c. Ladles' White Laos Handkerchiefs, 25c. Ladiea'Fine White Lawn Handkerchiefs, SOo dos. Umbrellas, 26, 60, 75o, and upwards. , . . . S. BRETZFELDER, HO. 312 CHAFEl. STREET. dig dfcwstf HILLINESY. Ladles 'who have not yet secured their "Winter Millinery, by paying a visit to No. 810 Chapelrtreet, will find the largest assortment of French and American Felts and Frames in Bonnets and Bound Hats, Birds, Plumes, Ginips, Jets, Ornaments, plain and fancy Vel vets, Satins and Silks to be seen in this city. Ladies' and Children's hand-made Worsted Hoods, in all sizes, colors and prices. "lie Boumarcbe" Bid Gloves have been added to our variety, and la dies wishing lor an elegant Glove, bath in quality and fit, are respect fully invited to inspect these goods. Our popular "Fredrlc" Eld Glove, in all the desirable shades at the usual 'prices. A complete line of Foreign and Domestic Corsets al ways on hand. &. B. Headquarters for Kib bons. . B. ROGOWSKI, NO. 310 CHAPEL STREET. B27S For Holiday Trade. We offer our nlokel plated enamel Tea and Coffee P.ts. They are eoonomloal, fire proof, will not break. Brownson2& Plumb, d20 s 313 Chapel Street. We Are All Going to BEERS' National Photographic Gallery, 243 Cbapel Street, Where can be obtained tine high gloss) Card Photo graphs at only One Dollar Per Dozen. Th Likeness is warranted perfect and the Photos durable. The cards made at this gallery for two dollars per dozen are not surpassed by any three and f oats dolur oards made elsewhere in this State. Imperials and Luge Photognphs for framing, either coiiies or from life, at prices low enough to suit very body. Materials are advancing In price and MOW if the feme to have jour Photognpha taken. - ear-please call and examine specimens of our work. ' nit m YEAR'S PRIMS. Unhurt Closing Out Sale. FJOT GOODS AND GAMES, Regardless of Cost. Full Line of Diaries for 1 880. NEW YEAR'S CARDS, New Deals; ns, at riaCK BPBBBY'S, IIISrhanolaliHuit Under Elliott House, dS Opposite Opera Honiei The Mew Haven County National Bank. Nswavk, ec.8, 1870. - THE annual meeting of the stookholders of this llank for lbs election of Directors to aarv tha enaaln a- year wUl be held at the banking hows on Tuesday, January 18, 1880. Polls open from U a. m. SdMI HOTCHJOSS, W&r, Body Brussels Carpets -IN- ic and Handsome DESIGNS. H. W. Foster, 73 ORANGE STREET, qhf-H .yy'ts wan 100 llasbels i PoppiDfil I mil. Two Years Old, At Wholesale and Retail. Fancy Grasses and Bouquets. Grass CUT FLOWERS. The choicest and best always on band and made up In any design at snort notice. Prank S. Piatt, and 398 State Street. A Rare ! Beautiful ! ! Valuable I ! 1 Continuous ! 1 1 1 and Welcome ! 1 1 1 1 Holiday Pres ent will be a year's subforlpticn to the model Maga zine, DEMOREST'S MONTHLY, which includes the splendid Art Picture, " Consolation," by B. F. Bein hart, I he best flO oil picture ever published. Do not fall to take the splendid December and January num bnrs,Wo.po.t free ; yearly $3. Address W. JENNINGS DEMOB KfeT, No. 17 East lith St., New Xork. d29 d&wlm Cretonne Keekers. WE have a fine assortment of Ladies' Cretonne Booking Chains-Just the chair for a New Year's Gift. Sew Haven Folding Chair Co. 652 State Street. Our only salesroom is at the factory. d29 50,000 To Loan for a term of years at per cent, on flirst-claas produc tive cltr property. FOB HALK. 80 shares Qrilley Co. Stock. WANTED. Peoria, Pekin and Jacksonville B. B. 1st mort. 7s. F. H. and WestviHe Hone R. B. Co. Stock. New Haven Water Co. Htoek. Bank Stocks and other Dividend paying local secu rities. SAMUEL H. BABBOWS, d29 878 State Street. Board of Belief Notice. THE Board of Belief for the Town of New Haven hereby give notioe that they will meet at their office. No. B Oity Hall, MONDAY, the 5th day of Janu ary, 1880, and by adjournment on the 16th, 92d and 20th dajs of said January, at 9 o'clook a. m., on eaoh of said daya, for the purpose of hearing any appeals that may be made to them from the doings of the Board of Assesson and for appeal on account of in debtedness. CHARLES 8. BOOTT, "I WILLIAM W. HOTCHKISS, Board THOMA8 O'BRIEN, ! FRANK CHANDLER, of Belief. dtj JOHN BUFF, J The Jury All Agree 1 That if won want to oujr at about naif price, It can be done at 34 Cnurcn at. 2 5c a pound for best Java Coffee. 18c a pound for good Java Coffee. 40c gallon for Porto Rico Molasses. SOo " Best Golden Syrup. 86c pound for floe Teas. These are better than tea stores sell for 60c. 26c a pound for Table Butter. SOo a pound for Creamery Butter. S8 a barrel for Minnesota Family Flour. $7.60 " " St. Louis Flour. Flour by the bag or smaller quantities at same low rate. Buckwheat, OatmeaL Fine Meal, and all cheap. $1 buys 84 bars of Up-top Soap. . 35ebays8 Water White Kerosene Oil at 14c per gal. Best Coal mined aelllng at wholesale prices. George Hughes, dSO 34 CrturcU street. TS the District Court of the United States, District B or Connecticut. In the matter of NICH0L IS C OCHTBYMAN, Bank rupt, in Bankruptcy. Notioe is hereby given that a petition has been filed In said Court by NICHOLAS COUNTRYMAN, of New Haven, in said district, duly declared a bankrupt under the Act of Congress of March 3d, 1867, for s discharge and a certificate thereof from all his debts and other claims provable undersaid Act. and that the 10th day of Jan., A. D., 1880, at 10 a.m., at tha omoe of Johnson T. Piatt, Esq., Register in Bankruptcy, at New Haven, in said district, is assigned for the hearing of tha same, when and where all cred itors who have proved their debt., and other persons in interest, may attend and show cause, if any they havet why tha prayer of said petition should not be granted. Dated at Hartford, Sec 24th, 1879. d oaw2t EDWIN E. MARVIN, Clerk. NOTICE. THE next annual meeting of the stookholders of tha New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company will be held at Loomis' Temple of Music, in the oity of New Haven, Connecticut, on Wednesday, Jancary 14th, 1880, at 11 o'oiook a. m. 1.) for the election of a Board of Directors for the enacing year ; (2.) to take action on a trafno contract with the Boston and Naw York Air Line Railroad Company, dated March 26th, 1879, and, unless disapproved at aaid meeting, continuing in force till October 1st, 1918 ; 8.) to transact any other business proper to bo dona at said meeting. Q-jpjai.p GEORGE H. WATROU8. President. Holiday Pocket Knives ! Combination Knives at all prices Fine Ladies Pen Knives at 25c 50c Boys' 2-bladed Jack Knives, 15c English Scissors, single and in cases. Superior Kazors, single and in cases. . Hazor Strops. Shaving Brushes. Tool Chests The best 60c, 75c, and $1.00 Tool Chests to be seen anywhere, and all the way up to $75.00. Table Cutlery Fine Celluloid, Uubber, Ivory, and Plated Table Knives. Carvers . and Forks to match above. Nut Picks and Cracks. Skates All the leading makes at less than manufacturers pri ces. Sle ds Clippers and Frame Sleds well made and cheap. We have a fine line of goods suitable for Presents. 8. & Mallett, NO. 280 CHAPEL STREET, First Store Below Orange St., Next Door to City Bank. Second National Hank of New Haven. THE annual meeting of theatockholden of the Sec ond National Bank of New Haven for the election of Directors and th. transaction of other lawful buat neas will be held at their Banking House, in the oity of Hew Haven, on tha second Tuesday of January, (January 18th,) A. D., 1880, between aha hours of elev en and tweiv. uf said day. I. K. WARD, Cashier. Dated at Kew Haven this loth day of December, 1870. . 4Utjirw9t o 09 0 dSOtf FOB SAJLli, A LABGE Durham and Aldernsy Cow. Also Calf seven months old. F.,R SaLE-A large Wrought Iron Screw -with frame, fco. NEW HAVEN PAPER BOX CO., 198 Chapel Street. HAPPY NEW YEAR I Andrew Goodman WISHES to thank the public in general for the generous patronage bestowed upon him ainoe the opening of his new fetor, Mo. 88 Grown street. A continuance of the same will be highlj appreciated by your humble servant, ANDREW CiOOOJVEAPre "We have constantly on hand a complete assortment of Fancy and Staple Groceries, comprising a stock of Loose Muscatel Raisins, New Figs and Nuts, London Layer Raisins, New Currants, New Citron, New Lemon Peel, Mocha Coffee, Fine Oolong Tea, Java Coffee, Fine Japan Tea, Maracaibo Coffee, Gunpowder do., Bio Coffee, Imperial Tea. Santos Coffee. A fine stock of Imported Wines and Liquors. Also a complete stock of Imported and Iomestio Cigars; all the favorite brands. Please call and be convinced in regard to quality and prices. Andrew Goodman, xo. 88 ceowar street, Near Mufiio Hall, doors from Church st,, d30 Ooodman Hnil dingo ill S. E. DIBBLE, SO. lOl GB4SD STREET, AGENT FOB THE NEW. HECLA, Witb tbe Combination Duplex Grates. nl4 War Depstrtm't Wesvtber ObeenravUens. Taken at T a. 1 p. m., 1 p. m. December 81. xsaroanaver, w w, wj.vm. r; .rl , ' 15, 20. Wind, direction NK, NE, KB. Velocity, in ! milaMperaumr, 12, M, 20. Weather, cloudy, heavy enow, Minimum Thermometer, 10 degnea. Snow-faU In incnes, . ju. saaximum vswwfty wi nuu, w per hour. . - W. A. WBiaHT, Obasrver. BIRTHS. NOTICE. Omoi or the Nbw Havkh as Northamptok Com1 New Haven, Dec 24th, 1879. I THE ANNUAL MEETING of the atockholden of the New Haven at Northampton Company, for the choice of directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business aa may properly roaie before said meeting, will be held at the omoe of tbe company in New Haven, on Wednesday, January 7th, 1850, at 11 o'clock a. m. .Per order of the directors, d27tja7 EDWARD A. BAY, Secretary. MANVILLB In this city, Christmas day, Dec. 26th, 187, a son to Henry ju ana jssuue a. snua, MABKIAOE8. suiiD run iaruiiuww,M. by Rev. W. T. Pray, George W. Butts, Jrpf Provi- aenca, a. a., ana lAnuse x-ia oi aiuuw, DEATHS. BLAG KM AN In this city, Deo. 81, Edwin Wallace aiiaokman, youngest son oi r. a. pisnsman, agesi .i. Funeral services will take place at his late realdenoe, No. 28 Hallook avenue, near Lambertoa street, on .Friday artemoon at a o oiooz. M ABUSE LIST. POST OP NEW HAVEN. ABBrvnn Dtonon 81. Boh Ella H Barnes, Avery, Georgetown, coal to Win arencn. Bch Tankee Doodle, Boss, Georgetown, ooal to N Y, NHAH R R. FOUND. TV THIS CITY, on tha 20th inst, a BUNCH OF a K.HXB. The lomr osn hear or mem at Jal 8t THIS OFFIOE. LOST. IN THIS CITY, on Wednesday tfternoon, Dec. 31, a Lady's POOKJETBOOK, containing a considerable aum of money. A liberal reward will be paid for the return ox the money to Jal 8t THIS OFFICE. SLEIGH. FOB SALE, a light nrst-elasa Portland Cutter, Utile used, for $90, cost $110. Apply at Barn, Jal 8t 18 GILL STREET. District of New Haven as. Probate Court, December 28th. 1879. f ESTATE of FRANK S0HLEGEL, of Orange, in laid district, assigning dtbtor. The Trustee-- represent, the estate insolvent, ana prays tne appointment ox uouuxussionerstnereon. Ordered That commissioners to receive and exam. ine the claims of the creditors of said estate be ap pointed at the Probate office in New Haven, on the Sth day of January, 1880, at 9 o'clock in th. fore noon ; of which all persons in Interest will take no tice, and appear, if they see cause, and be heard thereon. Jal St SAMUEL A. YOBK, Judge. MECHANICS BANE. QUARTERLY STATEMENT, January 1st, 1880. Capital stock $300,010 00 uua Depositors.... ji9,k ax Due Banks 64.102 87 Surplus fund 000 00 Pro tit and Loss 2.258 79 Dividends unpaid 6.S79 60 Liabilities $591,272 18 Bills Discounted.: 484,703 40 Banking House 14,000 00 U. B. Government Bonds 69,060 00 Specie 1,0SS 36 Bank andLegal Tender Notes 26,118 00 Due from Banks 68,733 47 Checks for Clearing House 17,706 23 Beal Estate 27,918 72 Bills Receivable 2,000 00 Resources $591,272 18 OHAS. H. TBOWBBIDGE, Jal It Cashier. BIO BARGAINS ! L80HONBEBGEB, Nos.2 and 8 Central Market, Congress avenue, will aell for the next sixty days his Beef, the best in the market, at the following prices : Porterhouse 16c, Loin 16c, Best Bound 10 to 12c, the best roasting 10 to ISo, Sparerib 8c, Hams Al 11c, Lard 10c. Also Canned Goods very cheap. Veni son and Game. The best Poultry al.aya on hand at the lowest prices. Don't make any mistake. L. aOHuNBBRGER, Jal 2 and 3 Central Market. 1880. Happy New Year I To all my Friends and Patrons. AT the beginning of this New Year, I return my thank, to all those that have natronized me ao liberally during the year 1879. I still have a full sup ply of goods in the line of Flour, Grain and Feed, Bought for cash, and for sale at uniformly small pro fits. My suocess thus far has been such that I feel confident of the future. I expect the continued pat ronage of my old friends and many new ones during the year 1880. Respectfully, jal .1,111, A Happy New Year! To aclt and Every One of Our Patrons. WE have a splendid stock of everything belonging to our line of trade, from which can be selected many nice things (and substantial ones too) to make any household merry. If gifts to the poor are to be made, what better than Flour, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Butter, Ham, Cheese, Cranberries, Rice, Canned Veg etables and Fruits. For substantisls, then add Fancy Florida Oranges, very large, Fine Malaga Grapes, Clo ve' Honey, Pacer Shell Almond b, New English Wal nuts, Sloe Dehesa Raisins, New Citron. Orange and Lemon Peel, some Canned Fruit, of which we have every kind in market. Now what poor family would reject a lew oi eacn oi ine aoove-uamea arucj.es. Fine Salad Oils, Salad Dressing, French and English Mustard, Queen Olives, Orosse & Black well's Pickles, French Peas and Mushrooms, Turkey,Onicken,Tongtie and Ham Sandwich. - Jellies, Chocolates, Fancy Biscuits, (Jhrlstmas Can dles, one pound each. G. H. Mamm'8, Piper IXeidreick, Brunswick, and other French Wines. Borne fine Port wine, Imported direct from Lisbon. Great Western Champagne, made at Rheims, N. Y. American Champagne at low figures. Cooking Wines ana Cooking Brandy. Johnson & Bra, 411 and 413 State St., Corner of Court. Jal 2dlw PATEWTS. 11. H. EDDY, No. T6 State St., opposite Kilby, Boston Secures Patents in the United States; also In Great TtiHtAin liV.nftA and other forelsrn countries. Copies of the claims of any Patent f arnlshed by remitting one dollar. Assignments recorded at Washington. No Agency in the United State possesses superior facili ties for obtaining Patents or ascertaining the patenta bility of inventions. B. H. EDDY, Solicitor of Patents, TE8TIMOWIATJ3. " I regard Mr. Eddy as one of the most capable and successful practitioners with whom I have had official intercourse. OHAS. MASON, Commissioner of patents. Inventors cannot esuDlov a person more trustwor thy or more capable of securing for then an early and favorable consideration at the Patent Office. EDMUND BURKE, late oommiasioner or patents." Bosrow, October 19, 1870. R TT EDDY. F.o. Dear Sir : You nrocured for me. in 1840, my first patent. Since then you have acted for and advised me in hundreds of cases, and procured many patents, reissues and extensions. I have occa sionally employed the beat agencies in New York, Phil adelphia and Washington, but I still give you almost the whole of my business, in your line, and advise oth ers to employ you. xours truly, uuuiMjjii vouai Bostok, Jan'y 1. 1879. jal eodly Happy New Tear ! Fresb Arrival of Fine Poultry tbis Momma;. RB8T Turkeys, 16c lb ; Best Goslings, 14c lb ; Best TMick. iac lb ; Best Chickens. 15o lb: 600 bunch es of fine Celery, 8o a bunch ; Best Dried Currants, 7c ; Best Raisins, 12c ; Fine Lemons, lire a dozen ; B-t Floor, $8 a bbl New Process Faultless, $9 per bbl ; Coffees from 10c to 3So per lb ; T, as from 26c to $1 a lb ; Meata and Vegetable, very low ; Good Steak, 10c and upwards ; Corn Beef, 4c and upwards. Our motto will be in the future not to be undersold by anybody. Please call and examine our stock and prices. is. jueaiy o., Cor. Oak St. and Congress Ave., 181 HEALY'S BLOCK. UPON the petition of the New Haven and North ampton Company to the General Assembly, at the January session A. D. 1880, praying, for reasons act forth in said petition, for permission to change tha location of its railroad in the town of Hamden, be tween a point near the Methodist church in said town, and the town line between said Hamden and the town of Cheshire, and to do ail other things necessary to ac complish and perfect aaid change of location, it ap pearing to me, tbe undertigued, a Judge of ine Supe rior Court, that the party adversely interested in the matter of said petition consists of more than twenty individuals. Therefore, it is hereby ordered that notice of the pendency of said petition be given by publishing this Tint i w -nH ni-H o, twi w.ln In t lM.t two d.ilv and weekly newspapers published in the city of New Ha- ven, the first publication to be on or bet ore Saturday, 4. December 27th, 1879. : Dated at New Haven this 26th day of December, A. D., 1879. D WIGHT W. PARDEE, i d27 12d2w Judge of the Superior Court. WILLIAM A. WRIGHT, AT 10KNEY-AT-LA W, j Office, No. 1 Benedict Building, CORNER CHURCH AND CENTER BTS, Hours 9 a. nc. to 3 p. ap!7 Splendid Bargains I For New Year's. FANCY Turkeys, aountry dressed, at 18c. " Chickens, " " " 14o. Goslings, " " 14c " DucksT ' " " lo. Good Batains at lOo. Loose Mnscatela at 14c. New Leghorn Citron at 200. New Currants at 7c Fancy Bail Butter at 12c 2 bunches Celery at 25c Cheese at 8, 10 and 14c L. W. WELCH fc OV, Nos. 28 and SO Congress Avenue. Begister copy. d81 OPENING REDUCING STOCK We bawe Owerstocked Onrselwes with BlanZiBooZis, And offer for 30 dava to retail these goods at the price we paid for them by wholesale before tha advance. we also oner inu aa xouow. . Arnold's, genuine, quarts 55c Carter's, quarts ooo. David's Copying, quarts Mc , David'a Combined, quarts 66c David's Black, quarts 40c David'a Mucilage, quarts 60c ' Balance of our Holiday Goods at Half Price. Diaries X IMarles X Diaries! An immense stook cheap. Gold Pna Out sales are large, but we have a good assortment lexs. New Year's Calling Cards just received. H. J. WOODRUFF & CO.'S, 309 Cbapel Street. OF Trimmed Bonnets and Hats, by MBS. J. II. KING, ' MlOrange Street, Thursday, Hot. th, 1879. Second National JBanlc of New Haven. Forty-Seventh Semi-Aannal Dividend. TIHE Second National Bank of New Haven has de clared a dividend of five (6) per cent., payable to the stockholden on and after January 2d, proximo. The transfer books will be olesed from date till the 2d proximo. New Haves, Dec 22, 1879. n2S lOdlw I. K. WABD, Cashier. New Haven Savings Bank. D POSITS made in this bank before the 1st of January commence interest on that date. The bank will be closed for one week from Jan. 1st for tha purpose of writing In the interest to accounts. " d28 9t JOHN P. TUTTLK, Treasurer. ., te It mm FROM ALL QUARTERS. Tbe Ilaine Fraud. No Material Change in the Situation. THE LEGAL CASE PREPARED For Submission to tbe Su preme Court. News from Gen. Hatch. Critical Position of tbe. Peace Commission. THE INDIANS. Tidings from General Hatch Indian Criminals Away on a Hunt Danier of tbe Commission A Medicine man Advising tbeir Capture Probability of an Indian War Difficult lea of Traveling. Wasbinoton, Dec 31. Secretary Sohurz to-day received dispatches from General Hatch. Secretary Sohurz, in speaking of the telegrams, says he cannot understand why Hatoh should permit the Indians to go after they had been surrendered. He says Donglass, Johnson, Fete and the other Indiana men tioned by Hatch are the prinoipal guilty par ties and the very ones of all others that he wanted for trial. He experts, however, in a day or two to have a full explanation from General Hatoh, as he has just telegraphed him to explain in detail. The dispatches reoeived to-day are four in all, two dated the 28th and two the 30th, all from "Cline',s Banch," located somewhere on the Indian Creek. In one of his telegrams Hatoh says he notified the In dians that no more rations would be issued until all the guilty TJtes had been surrendered, and that the Indians immediately left the agency and went hunting. Hatoh was halted at Oline's Banch, where telegraphic commu nication is within easier reach than at Ixs Finos. Secretary Sohurz, in his dispatoh to Hatoh, just sent, countermands the permission given yesterday to send certain of the TJte chiefs to Washington. It is tbe intention of the Gov ernment not to recognize the Utea in any way except as hostiles, nnless the guilty TJtes are surrendered. The dispatches from Hatch are interpreted at the war office quite differently from the interpretation put upon them at the Indian bureau. Army officers are of the opinion that Hatoh was compelled to let the Indians go in order to ward off an attack npon tbe agenoy and the commission, that the Indians are determined to fight rather than surrender one of tbeir men, and that all the talk at the commission has simply been for the purpose of gaining time to send their women and children to a place of. safety and secure a safe line of retreat for the war riors in case they should be bard pressed by he troops. It is considered that tbe question of peace or war will be decided during the present week. The Indian office takes a peaceful view of the situation, and believes that there is yet a chance for the suooess of the commission. It is safe to say that few outside of the Indian office hold the same opinion. Lake Oity, OoL, Dec. II. The White River TJtes have gone to the Lower Grand river on a hunt, after being informed by Gen eral Hatch that no rations would be issued until the prisoners demanded were delivered. Guerro, the war medicine man of the TJnoom pahgre tribe, advised the White Blver TJtes not to surrender the marked twelve, but to leave for Grand river, taking the commis sioners as prisoners. Chicago, Deo. 31 A dispatch from Gen eral Fope says he has a telegram from Lieu tenant Payne dated Alamosa, Col-. December 30, saying Colonel Hatch arrived at Cline's Banch on the 25th. Ouray, Jack and several other chiefs met him there on the 27th. They were u Bran on tne sutn for Indian Urees: on horseback, the wagons having been abandoned on account of the snow. Quartermaster Clif ford telegraphs from Rawlins that his wagon train in trying to reach White Biver, was six days in making twenty-two miles. Seventeen teamsters were frozen, and the animals disabled- The snow is so deep and hard that they cannot cut through- He asks for bob sleighs to continue the journey. NEW ENGLAND. Blaine. Tbe Situation Increasing Excitement Rumors and Counter KiimursQut w tions Prepared for tbe Supreme Court Anxiety Concerning tbe Result. Augusta, Dec. 31. The excitement here was increased to-day by the rumor that the Dover militia company, whioh voted the oth er day to come to Augusta and help by force of arms to Beat Corporal Davis, were coming to this oity to-night, bnt inquiry failed to sub stantiate the rumor. Prominent Bepublioans say there is no foundation for the statement, that all such rumors are only the simple im agination of timid men. The stories about town conflict greatly. Some men are certain that an attempt is to be made to-night or to morrow night to capture the State House by force, while others are just as confident that nothing whatever will be done in that direction- A great many are still inclined to be lieve a conflict will be had between the Re publican and State authorities, but the more sensible ones are inolined to believe that if the neoessary precautions are taken by the Gov ernor no trouble will ensue- Intense impa tience is noticed on every hand, and the greatest solioitude is manifested by men of all parties as to the events of the next few days- A force of nearly seventy-five men under the charge of Superintendent Lancas ter are quartered at the State House armed and prepared to resist any attack that may be made on that building. Governor Garcelon to-night finished the preparation of questions of law which have been submitted to tbe Supreme Court for consideration- They are based npon the law points contained in Mr. Morrill's proposi tion, but do not contain the questions of fact therein set forth. The decision of the court, either affirmatively or negatively, can have no bearing npon the result of the canvass, and the questions are only asked for the purpose of instructing the Governor in bis duty under the Constitution in form ing the Legislature. The Governor was as sisted in the preparation of the questions by Hon. A. P. Gould, of Thomaston. - Massachusetts. Tbe Shooting of Mrs. Ward Mysteries of (be Crime. Boston, Deo. 31. Additional details of the shooting of Mrs. Ward by her daughter yes terday morning afford no clew to any motive whatever for that act. The unhappy affair was a subject of universal comment last night, but no one is able to justify a statement that the shooting was in any way the result of malice. The girl was visited at the police station last night, and wept bitterly over her situation. She expressed the most sincere affection for her mother, a statement that is borne out by the' intimate friends of the fami ly; and she has begged that her mother be not interred until she can see her. The friends of the yonng woman assert that it must have been a case where great nervous excitement made her entirely irresponsible for the act, even if it were confmitted by her. Tbe case is one that will be very certain to engage the attention of medical experts to no small extent. Intense interest is expressed in the forthcoming examination. THE WEST. Illinois. Prosperity la the Railroad Business. Chicago, Dec 81. The offioers of the rail-' roads centering here say that the past year, especially . the closing months, has been un precedented in the amount of business done. All the roads have been taxed to their utmost capacity and many could have employed s thousand more oars to advantage. The profits are estimated at about 25 peroent, in excess of 1878. Missouri. Death of Senator Houston. St. Louis, Deo. 31. A special to the Post Dispatch from Nashville, Term., ssys United States Senator Houston died of : heart dis ease at Athens, Ala., at 8 o'clock this morn ing. The city is draped in mourning. His funeral will take place to-morrow. THE OLD WOULD. Great .Britain. Outrages by tbe Afghans. London, Jan. 1. A dispatoh from Cabul says that during the Afghan occupation of that city non-Mohammedan women were pun ished publicly and men were shot. Jehod has collapsed and the dispersion of the enemy is complete. Bismarck's Disarmament Scbeme. London, Dec. 81. The London corres pondent of the Edinburgh Scotsman says bo learns on good authority that the attention of the English government has lately been di. rooted to the projects of disarmament said to have been put forward by Prince Bismarck; that despite the recent qualifying statements, Frinoe Bismarck has projected a scheme for gradual disarmament, but Austria is the only Continental power which has yet given ab solute adhesion to the soheme. In diplomatic circles, the correspondent says, it is expected that Prinoe Bismarck will make a declaration on tbe subject soon, but there does not seem j to be much confidence felt in the integrity of nis motives. Refugees Seeking Rnsslan Protection. London, Dec. 31. The St. Petersburg In valids Basse publishes a dispatoh from Tash kend respecting the arrival there of the Af ghan Sirdars Nek Mahomet, brother of the late Ameer Shere AH, and his cousin the TJlema Huessein Khan, accompanied by a suite of eight persons. They fled from Cabul during the fighting whioh preceded General Roberts' entry into the city and solicited Russian hospitality. Sirdar Nek Mahomet commanded the Afghans at the bat tle of Char-Asiah. Among the treasure found by the British at Cabul was a eup in scribed "Presented to Nek Mahomet for val uable services to the Russian government in 1879." Another dispatoh from Tashkend says that Abdul Rahman Khan, tbe Afghan Pretender, obtained leave to visit his relatives in Ferg hana and has fled from there. JSEW YOKK. Dread of Decay After Deatb. Niw Yobk, Deo. 81. Mrs.,W. H. A. Benoh ley, widow of Henry W. Benchley of Wor cester, Mass., who was Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts shortly after the war, died recently at 220 West Forty-eighth street in this city at the age of fifty-two. She was afflicted with cancer, and was attended by Dr. Clemence Lozier and his son Absaham W. Lozier, to the latter of whom she willed her brain, whioh weighed 5G ounces. She had a horror of decay and of being eaten by worms, and she stipulated in her will that an autopsy of her body should be made by Dr. Lozier in the Woman's Medical College, and her skele ton be hung in the museum of that institution. The funeral ceremonies were performed in her home, and her friend, Anna.M. Oliver, read the Episcopal service and offered prayer, after which Mrs. Helen M. Slocum de livered a eulogy at the close of the ceremony. The body was taken to the museum. Parnell's Tisit Tbe Committee Watch ing for His Arrival Programme for Ills Reception. New Yobk, Deo. 81. The Parnell oommit tea are anxiously waiting for the Scythia. Some of the committee are at the Fifth Ave nue Hotel and others at the As tor House, where quarters have been engaged for the present week. In addition to the committee there are delegations from Philadelphia, Chi cago and other cities, who are anxious to have tho day named for a visit by Parnell to their cities as soon as his New York engagements are concluded. Madison Square Garden has been engaged for a mass meeting and a general reception to be held next Sunday night. It is thought the Scythia will arrive (to-morrow, as the Republio of the White Star line only arrived last night and started two days ahead of the Soythia. As soon as signalled a revenue cutter will go down the bay with the committee, while the general committee will board a boat set apart for them. Parnell will be taken on board the cutter, and while on his way to the Fifth Avenue Hotel will reoeive an address prepared by the reception committee. Prep arations are also being mads in Brooklyn for a reception. New York City Mews. Nbw Yobs, Deo. 81. i ,Snow began to fall in this city shortly after 10 o'olock this morning and was a surprise to many, as the weather had been clear and cool, the thermometer standing 19 at 6 a. m. The snow, wbioh fell to a depth of six inches, was succeeded by rain to-night. The streets are in a terribla condition. George the Count Joannes, otherwise George Jones, actor, author and counsellor of the New York Supreme Court,died this afternoon. The only person present at his death was Avonia Fairbanks, his dramatic pupiL He was the author of a number of books, but was a shallow writer, and of late years his dramatic attempts have been received only with ridicule. His only known surviving relative is Mrs. 0. E. Bonny, of Cambridge, Mass. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. The Deatb of Senator Boustoni Washington, Deo. 81. Information is re ceived here to-day of the death of Senator Houston of Alabama at his home in Athens, Alabama. Mr. Houston makes the fourth on the death roll of the present Congress. The others were Senator Chandler and Represen tatives Clarke of Iowa and Lay of Missouri. Mr. Houston was an earlier member of Con gress than any other member of the Forty sixth Congress except Fernanda Wood. Both were members of the Twenty-seventh Con gress. Tbe talk among politicians here is that L. P. Walker will probably succeed Mr. Houston. Additional Circulation in December. Washington, Dec. 31. The amount of additional circulation issued during the month of December was $2,576,580 and the amount of bank notes retired was $807,226, showing a net increase of $1,769,36. The total amount of additional National bank circulation issue during the year ending December 31, 1879, was $26,697,780 and the amount retired was $7,612,761, showing the net increase of National bank circulation during the year to be $18,995,109. The total amount of National bank circulation outstanding on Dec. 31st, is $340,388,012, not including the circulation of National gold banks, which is $1,426,120. The National banks of the city of New York held December 12th, 1879, in specie, $49, 646,389, legal tender notes $7,654,877, United States certificates of deposit $2,310, 000 ; 5 per cent, redemption fund $1,204, 453, making a total of $60,816,721. The amount of reserves required at the rate of these last reports to the Comptroller, Decem ber 12th, was $56,086,093, showing an excess of lawful cash reserve over the amount re quired by law of $4,729,628. Tbe National Republican Convention Tbe Official Call. Washington, Deo. 31. Senator Cameron, chairman of the National Republican Com mittee here, has made the following call in behalf of the committee : The national convention of the Republi can party will meet at Chicago on Wednes day, the second day of June next, at twelve o'clock noon, for the nomination of candidates to be supported for President and Vioe Presi dent at the next election. Republicans and all who will oo-operate with them in supporting the nominees of the party are invited to choose two delegates from each Congressional district, four at large from each State, two from each Territory and two from the Dis trict of Columbia to represent them in the convention. ' la regard to the call the Republican of to morrow will say : "The official call for the next Republican convention is printed else where in this issue, from which it will be per ceived that that body will meet in Chica go on the 2d of June next instead of the 25th of June as heretofore anneunced. It is perhaps proper to explain the con fusion regarding the date of the meet ing, which has caused several conflicting announcements to be made in this and other journals. It arose from the fact that several different motions to fix that day were made at the recent meetings of the National Commit tee and it required an examination of the official report of proceedings to find ont which one had prevailed. Tho examination having been made yesterday, Chairman Came ron issued the calL At the same time he an nounced the appointment of Hon. C. J. Filley of Missouri, Hon. John C New of Indiana, and Hon. Howell Clayton of Arkansas, to be members of the sub-committee of the National Committee appointed by that body to take charge of the convention hall. The resolution authorizing the appointment of this sub-committee provides that the chairman and secre tary of the National Committee shall also be of its membership." The Dostmund Chamber of Commerce has petitioned Prinoe Bismarck to put a stop to the importation of German goods into Aus tralia by English firms as goods of English manufacture..' MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. Kzw York, Dee. 51. Sailed, tha Ethiopia for Glasgow, the Algeria and the Queen for Liverpool. Arrived, tha Oity of Washington from Havana. Philadelphia Sailed, the Penrurylvania for Liverpool. Glasgow Arrived, the Anohoria from New York. Queenstown Sailed, the City of Brussels for New York. Antwerp Arrived, the D. Stenimann from New York. Southampton Arrived, the Rhein from New York for Bremen. Liverpool Arrived, the Bavarian from Bos ton. Sailed, the England for New York. Hamburg Arrived, the Wieland from New York. Sailed, the Leasing for New York. TEIiEOKAPHlO JOTTINGS. M. Humbert and M. Meyer have fought another duel at Paris in which M. Meyer was slightly wounded in the thigh, while M. Humbert was seriously wounded in the breast near the shoulder. Tuesday night a dozen convicts employed in Brown & Gaff's foundry at the Jeffersonville, Ky., penitentiary, were making over time, when one Louis Bonner knocked the foreman down with a bar of iron, scaled the walls and escaped. While s gentleman named Bain was talking to a friend in his office at M6ntreal yesterday, he was shown a listr of the killed by the Tay bridge acoident. His grief may be imagined when he recognized the names of his brother and sister on the list. The six offioers and directors of the broken Mechanics and Labor's Savings Bank at Hud son City, N. J., charged with conspiracy to defraud, whose trial has been in progress for some time past, were convicted yesterday. Their sentence was deferred. The Irish relief committee at Toronto have appointed a deputation to urge npon the city press the advocacy of a grant of $10,000 in aid of the Irish distress, and have appointed scrutineers to attend at the polling booths Monday next, with the object of induoing the electors to vote money. 1830 la close st hand, And 7 Is just about dons. But E. E. Banford la at bis old stand, On Whalley avenue, Ho. ninety-one. There a large stock of Groceries can always be found. And in prices, he's not very dear ; Just give him s call when you soma Into town. For h. wishes you all s Happy Hew Tsar. E. E. SASFORD, 91 WHAXIsETT ATEKTE. . dtl , In Order to Reduce Our Stock for Inventory, we will for tbe fkext Thirl y Days of- 1 fer Special Inducements to i Buyers of FURNITURE. BOWDITGH & PRUDDEN, dn FINANCE AND TRADE. 8oaelaIOorrespondeneeofuie JosinsDOooaia Joh. H. Davis A Oo., Bankers and Brokers,! So. 11 Wall street, New York, Deo. 81, 18TB. J On the re-opening of the Stock Exchange this morn ing the stock market was Inclined to steadiness at last sight's decline in prices, but later on the sellers ap peared to increase, and the changes In some of the speculative were to ratner lower figures. The trans actions, however, show so decided pressure of oiah stocks, but a rather dull and hesitating market on the closing day or the old year. The Bond Market. Government bonds were fairly active and strong, with the fours up to lotjf . Stocks olosed aa follows : Ohios ae Western Union 100 V Wabash Union Paoiflo. 86Jf Michigan Central.... sejf N. J. Central 81 Del. L. es W 83 Del. Hud Canal 75 0. 0. At I. 0 20J Fort Wayne Ill Terre Haute 18 Terra Haute Pref il Chicago Alton 99 Chicago Alton Pref .120 A As P. Telegraph. ... 43 Missouri Paoiflo Quinoy.... .......... Han. 4 St. Jo 33K H'tf'd as Brie 03 do. guaranteed.. 10 Land Grant 112 New is, reg.. SLY. Cen. A: Hudson.l29X Brie 7 Lake Shore IOOI4- 0. Pittsburg 107 Northwestern 90 do pref 105)4 Book Island ItSyi Paoiflo MaU 87 9t. Paul 75 8t. Paul pref 100X Canton S8X Oon.Ooal Morris 102JC Quloksilver V Quicksilver Pref 61X Mariposa do. pref......... Harlem IBS Harlem pref Panama .......166 Illinois Central 98X Government bonds olosed aa follows : V. 8. As, 1881, 0OUP..107X-1 New 4s, oonp 104 New 6s, reg 103 New s, reg 106 New is, oonp losjf 1 u.. new 450, oonp..iue ...... JMofit 1 v. a. currency ...... EXPBESS STOCKS. Adams 105 I American 57 Wells, Fargo & Co.. .104 United States. 48 New York Produce Mar bet. New Yobs. Dec. SI. COTTON Firm ; Uplands 12 9-16 ; Orleans 13 11-16. FLOUR Dull ; State S5.70, $7.75 ; Ohio flour ffl.20, $7.75 per bbl; Western $5.70, $7.00 per bbl; Southern $6.60, $1.50 per bbl. WHEAT Quiet ; No. 1 white Fe.b. $3.63 V cental ; No. 3 winter red Feb , $t.6060 3) bnsh.; No. 2 win ter red Feb., $2.67 cental ; No. 2 winter red Jan., $1.65 bid, 95 asked. COBN Dull ; Mixed Western, spot, 61363. Fu tures, 6063. OATS Steady ; State, 48 a 53; Western 49 52o. per bushel. BEEP Steady; New plain mess, $10.50all.00. PORK Dull; new mess pork $12.50 per bbl. LARD Lower ; steam rendered, $7 72. BUTTEU Firm ; Ohio, 14928o. ; Bute, 1787o. per lb. WHISKEY Quiet; Western, $1 15. SUGAR Steady. MOLASSES Dull. PETBOLEUM Quiet. BICE Steady. COFFEE Steady. FREIGHTS Dull. SPIRITS OF TUBPENTINB Quiet at 4243. BOSIN Steady at $1 6560. T ALLOW Steady at 6. The Cattle iriarltet. Watbbtown, Dec. 31. The receipts for the past week were : Cattle 438 head ; sheep and lambs, 2041 bead; calves 24; swine 6833 hd. Prices ranged : Beeves choice, $7.35(7.60 per cwt. ; extra, $6.50(37 04, first quality $5.5006.00 ; second quality $4.7506.25 ; third quality $4.0004.50 ; working oxen V pair $100, $130 O$160 ; milch cows and calves, $20.00, $33.0050.00 ; farrow cows $10.00020.00; yearlings t7.0014.00; two years old $13$25 ; three years old $20.00036.00 ; Western fat swine, live, 6 O c. V B-i North ern dressed hogs 60. pound ; sheep and lambs in lots, $2.60, $2.76$3.00 each ; extra do. $4 60O $5 75, or S06o. V tt ; Spring lambs 5(360. V lt-; veal calves, 40Ec per lb.; Brighton hides 809o. lb.; Brighton tallow 5c ft: country hides, 88c lb. ; country tallow. 4O40. V R. : pelts, $10 $1 75 each ; sheared sheep, O 0.; calf skins, 10O lie IS lb ; lamb skins, o. Local Stock Quotations. Furnished by Bunnell; Sc Scran ton, BANKERS 4; BROKERS, Brewster Building. BANK STOCKS. New Haven County National Bank (par $10) Second National Bank New Haven National Bank Tradeemans National Bank Yale National Bank Merchants National Bank (par $50). . . Oity Bank (State) Mechanics Bank (State) par $60 STATE AND MUKIOrPAL BO: Connecticut 6s, due 1884 Connecticut 6s, exemp fram taxation Connecticut 5s, due 1887-97 New Haven City 6s, due 1897 New Haven Oity 6s, due 1H81 New Haven Oity 6s, due $20,000 a year..... New Haven City 7s, due 1891-1801 New Haven Town 6s, Air Line issue. New Haven Town 6a, War Lo.n issue New Haven Town 6', Bounty Loan New Haven ex- Northampton 6s, due 1880 New Haven it Northampton 6s, doe 1882 New Haven sj Northampton 7s. due 1899 Hoyoke & Westfteld 7s, guaranteed by N. H AN. Co New Haven Northampton 7s, new issue Boston & New York Air Line 7s, due 1885 Colchester Railroad 7'a, guaranteed by Air Line Shore Lin- Railway 7s, due 1880. New Haven A Derby Railroad 7a, 1st Mortgage New Haven t Derby Railroad 7s, 2d Mortgage (guaranteed) Connecticut Western Railroad 7s, 1st Mortgage Connecticut Valley Railroad 7s, 1st Mortgage Union Pacino Railroad 6s, 1st Mort gage.... Union Pacino Railroad 7a, Land Grants Union Pacific Railroad 8s, (Unking Fund New York, New Haven ez Hartford Railroad Stock (par $100) ... Naugatuok Railroad stock New Haven as Northampton Railroad Stock (par $100) Shoreline Hallway Stock Boston As New York Air Line Pre ferred Stock Boston and N. Y. Air Line Common New Haven It Derby Railroad Stock ftar$l00) Fair Haven As Westville Horse Ball road Oo. (pax $26) West Haven Horse Railroad Co. (par $26) OHILLUIOri. New Haven Ice Oo. (par $25) New Haven Water Co. (par $50) New Haven Water Oo. Bonds 6a, due 1880 New Haven Water Co. Bonds 7s, due 1880 Fair Haven Water Co. Bonds 7s, guar anteed by N. H. W. Co New Haven Gaa Co. Stock (par $25) . . Mansfield Elastio Frog Oo. (par $26). Victor Sewing Machine Co. (par $25). American Silver Mexican and Spanish Dollara Trade Dollars... Chili Dollars Canada Bills.... ............. ........ Nova Scotia Bills English Sovereigns NEW MUSIC BOOKS. Parlor Organ Instruction Book. (S1.50.) A. N. JOHNSON. This v ry easy, tuorough and practical book teaches both light and sacred music ; tbst is. Songs, Marches, Waltses, Rondos, Suniay School, Sunday and Church Music, in tact, everything that ean be played on a reed organ. It includes 60 tunes for one hand, 160 exarcdaea for fingering, 80 graded pieces for les sons, and about 140 HjmnsTunes and Gleesvsll with full and plain directions. Johnson's New dethod for Thor. ong-h Bass, is for the Chord, Glee and Sacred music, and Is published for 91.00. Temperance Jewels, (35o. boards;) commends fteelf to clergy ams the religion, character of its contents, all temperance people by tha excellence of poetry and musio. Bend for specimen copy 1 White Bobes. (80 cents.) Sella vtry rapidly, proving that it is appreciated as "the sweetest Sunday School Song Book aver made." Send for specimen copy I Present course' f with s New Year's subscription to Xxie JVfnsicsal Kecortl" (S3.) and reoeive ten times that amount in good music, ail the news, and valuable instructive articles. - - OUTER DITS0N & CO., dJfWSAsw; Boartoa. Bid. Asked. U - 143 145 143 102 60 112 61 IDS. 106 108 106 104 101 100 118 10 106 106 IKS. 99 98 ll 105 105 106 105 101 105 116 25 65 58 108 108 112 113 114 115 154 1S8 142 26 . 36 121 48 S S 21 S 7$ 160 101 115 36 11 88 83 98 75 98 95 Holiday Gifts. NOTWITHSTANDING tha unusually": heavy de mand npon ua for ChrirtmM goods, we still have left s good Maortment of artlclea anitable for New Yasvr'a Olf ts, which we offer for the present t reduced prices. Our took of Crockery and. Glass Ware Is the meet complete In the city ind our prices the lowest. We call special attention to our new Manhattan Study Janip, Nickel Plated, and which can be usM either aa a Stand Lamp or a Bracket Lamp. Etched Stand Lamps com plete with shade, only 65c. X SLEDS I A few left of our large and elegant stock. House Farnishing Goods in great variety. C H. CLARKE CO , OO Church Street, d30eod IVear Cbapel Street. HOLIDAY GIFTS ! Clnb States, Sleds, Poclttrt and Fine Table Cutlery. Scroll Saws and Sawyers' material, Tool Chests for Boys, and a large variety of goods suitable for Holiday Presents. N.T.Bushnell&Co. 212 Chapel Street, dl7 eod NEW HAVEN. SLEDS. SLBDS. Robt. B. Bradley & Co. Are offering this season A Larger and Better Assortment of Framed Sleds, Sleighs and Clippers, Than Ever Before. Our stock comprises Boy&' and Girls' Framed Sleds, In great variety of atyles and sizes. Clippers or Coasters, Of several different Pattern, and Eises, -AND Children's feleighs, All of which are well-made and Elegantly and Attractively Finished, We also sell the Best Snow Shovels In market. Adams' Patent and Wentwortn'e Pa tent. Lowest Cash Prices. ROBT.B.BRAIILKY& CO., 406 and 40S State Street. dl5 dAsw Register copy. NBW HAVEN, OT. Collegiate and Commercial INSTITUTE. Session begins January 8th. dSOlOt W.TI. H. RUSSELL.. REMOVED ! THAVE this day removed to No. 172 Chapel street, near doe's Opera Hoatve, where I shall be happy to reoeive my ir lends and customer, an well ts the pub lic In general. Henry Storer, Family Grocer, 430 172 Chapel Street. DANCING! M AH the Fashionable Dances taught rapidly. GLIDE WALTZ, POLKA BOHEMIAN, POLKA BUSH, KEDOWA GLISSADE. National Guard Quadrille, oomposed hr the Society of Professors of Dancing, New - York. Address n29 tf 199 Grown Street. Main, 84 CHURCH ST1SEET. Fine Leather floods. Albums, Work Boxes, Jewel Oases, Glove and Hand kerchief Boxes, llualc Bolls, Hand Mirrors, Portfolios, Lap Tablets, Flasks, Olgar and Cigarette Oases, Whist Hatkers, Matoh Boxes, Calendars, Stamp Boxes, Card Cases, Letter Books, Poolcetboosji, Nail Cases, Whip Holders. Pocket Inkstands, Candlesticks,Plsw tea- Cases, dec. Celluloid Brush Sets, Dressing- Cases, Smawina; Sets, Pocket Knives, Scissors, sec Soap and Perfume Boxes in great va riety. Opera Glasses, Cold Eye Classes, Spy Classes, Thermometers and Drawing Sets. Swiss earrings, Olive Coods, Cologne Bottles, Perfumes, and all the Toilet Requisites, at WO. 84 C1IUBCM STREET, dl7 dArw New Haven. SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF PTEW HAVEN, HO. a LTOK BUILDING, SiT CHAPEL STBJUT FIRE AID SUBME. CASH CAPITAL .v 300,000 BXBKrrOBS. Chaa. Peterson, Thoa. B. Trowbridge, J. A. Bishop t. W. Mansfield, A. O. Wilcox, Chaa. B.Leet Danl Trowbridge, 1. M. Mason, Jas. D. Dewell . OHAS. PETEBSON, President. CHABLKS 8. LXSTK, Vies President, H. MASON, Secretary. ttfO. H, NBTTLETON, Asst Sao?. jrlsoa WANTED, ' AOIM, TO DO seueral housework. Inquire bo. twotu and UIX " as it 647 HOWABP AVENTJE. WANTED, . A SITUATION to do houeewerk for a small faml. ly, or aa second girl; o;m giv. good reoomuien-. "dffft AP'Tt 44 BEDFIELP BTBEET. WANTED, a BY A SINGLE gentleman, a Furnished Boom, centrally located. ACdress, stat ng nrtoe, g.F.MOLINEt)X, dai Post Oftoe. WANTED. A GENTLEMAN of responsibility wishes a I. - ... VunlnA Oimncrli t1M willtaF mntha. Will have best of care, and light uasga. Ad dress nsw Al. nt. QgX at glP,.wvj. WANTED, A PROTESTANT woman to do general housework; in a private family, to go out of the city. This will be a good place for tfce right person, apply at (.tUbrBo.. LB. BARTHOLOMEW. D.mmfruiV tV JNTRI). A MIDDLE-AGED woman with a child would like, a situation in city or country to do general I"'1Ulr"t 277PIXWELI,ATENTJE. WANTED. SHERMAN & CO., Maiahall, Mich., want " in this county at onoe, at a saUry of $100 vT month aart expenses pd. For full partlouUrs, -d-dresa aa above. ttaa lwiy CORSET HANDS WANTED. 25 Straight Stitchers. lO Experienced Closers or Join ers. CO Girls, 14 years and upwards, to do Boniofir. O girls to work on presses. fflayer; fitrouse & Co , naotf 41 CourtSi reet. 5audefkoS"& Employment Office. PAiTAlC UUlMi LfJl u .'IS iV"...- , restaurs a, can be supplied with xool help uf different nationalities. I have at presrnt un ban a choice of girla for genera housework, cooks, Ku"dre.a es, chambermaids and waitresses, for city ana country. No. S CHANGS STBEET, near Crown at ug ' aADDEPtM'i. TV xai.v -a ' a J BUT, a lot of Second Hand Furniture and Car. pets. Highest oaah price paid. Orders by niai: promptly attended to, st ,M ' 8f OHTTKOg l S. W. Searle, Surveyor and Civil Engineer. No. S Conn. Savings Bank Building, o7 81 OHUBOH STRKET. Farewell Rehearsale or Uncle Obadiau Billings, HIS Singing fSixule ! To be attended at ye Easte Poarle Streete JHetuodlsfe meet ingeHouse, In ye ancient port of DRAGCN, On Thursday e Nighte, Jan. 1st, In ye year of oar Lord, 1880. Tickets, 21 cents. Good seats in ye Meetloge-Housa 10 oents more, at Crawford's, his furniture store. d813t , OHjUTD opera house. Saturday, January 3d, I88O. Here Tbey Come. The Great, The Only BARLOW, WILSON, PKLMK08E & WEST'S MINSTRELS. H J. OLAPHAM MANAGER miter the most Triumphant Tour of any Min strel Organisation in the United States. tWEndorsed by the press and the pubho as tho BEST ever seen. tssT-A Complete Victory for the People's Favorites, make Way for tne King llns of Minstrelsy. , Reserved Seats ready at Loomis' Muslo Store. d29 4t GEO. T. OLAPHAM, Genl Agt ATlIEJfElJM HAIX. One Week Only. Commencing Monday. D cember 39th O. B. BUNNELL'S ANNEX TO BAltNUM'8 A OoDgieas of Celebrated Curiosities ! A Grand Va riety of Mirth, Music, a) agio and M stery ! P. T. Barnum's Tattooed man. The Giantess. The Bearded Girl. The Adeghl Queen. The White Moor. The Talking Bird. J. H. WBISTOS, the Humorist. EVERETT, the Prestidigitateur. Levees daily from 1 to 5:30 and 7 tall 10 p. m. New Year's Day from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m, ADMISSION 10 CENTS. H. K. JAOJBS Manager. d27 6t I With Yon All A HAPPY NEW YE AH. ! AT COE.'S OFJiRA HOUE, Matinee and Evening-, WITH Mr. August in Daly'a NPLiHiVDlD COM PA X Y, In bis great drama of the times, DIVORCE I IttaUneea,t3P-in. Doors open rtl-BO. Prices, 85, 60 and 76c. 8sle of seats eor-uueiioeB Tu-a ay morning, Dec. 30th. d.9 4t G. H. COE, M"naaTr. Hotel For Hale. THE Fnrolture. Fixtures and Leae cf a cf-t- jj class HO I EL, centrally located in the oi y of i.Nuv Haven, dolue a good bue'ness. Tha hoise is lar and commodious, contains all of the n.. o rxx improvements. A nrat-rate chance for a live u-ao. For particulars, address P. O. BOX 40S, dll 6t New Haver, Ct. Factory Property For Rent it'li-ap CAN oe occupied lmme'iatdiy ana onions lease if wanted. Buildings were torm.wy u ed for cleaning and prepaiing cotton was' e, are u god repair, and suitable for a variety of manufactur ing purposes. They contain on 41). horse potver u giue, two lare steam boiVrs, and have main linea of shafting with nulliea and belting ocmplrte. Bu Jdins arranged for sce.m bust. For further information, or fnr Tu..ri1t tt in.nMf th. Yi , . trrv t . Til v tn js. j.. ail, dSO eodtf Westvlile, Conn. FOB KENT, TWO TENEMENTS, o?ntrally located: very convenient and pleasant for email families, be log newly fitted up. To right par:les r-nt will '"jCDSON B BOS' PACKING AND PROVISION OO. d.7 6t HALL FOB KENT, .sjie THE spacious Hall at Atlantic Garden, No. 3gF 78 and 81 Union street, suitable for society gth .rings, social, dancing and other par ies will be rented at a reasonable price Inquire of MAX KALiTrtOBMIDT, da5 im on the premises. louses For Sale. aM A Brick House, with modern improve. W!g ments, central, a-rma easy, rtmali Brick House, 3L.ntr 1, pnoe only S4,30l. House on i lnuoln .treet, S3.60U. Two-family House on Liberty street, 4 5'. Two-family House on Gregory street for 3,300. New Brick House for S3,000. Two nrst- . class Houses on Orange street at a bargidn. FOR RENT. House tn Prospect street, George street, Davenport avenue, and Franklin street. Money to Lean in amounts of S'i.OOO. 3.0OU and S3, OOO on real estate securi lieal Estate Office 49 Charch Street, Boom t Hoadley Building. Office open evenings. d13 L. F. 0OM8TOQ-. jjoard am gnm. BOARD AND ROOMS. usv PERSONS desiring nrst-ciasa ooms ana KliTT Board, can find eueh at - dSltt 187 ou w Bimtw. FOR RENT, - l ONE LARGE Front oom, suit .Die lor s gen- tleman and wife or two single gentlemen, terms Lmoderate. at d31 8t 85 OLIVE rJTHEBT. FURNISHED ROOMS a TO BENT, with or without board, in suites or single, with all modern conveniences, hot and cold water, Ate, suitable for gentleman and wit or single gentlemen. dltleodtf 171 CROWN BTREET. BOARD AND ROOMS. ONB Large Fro t Room, with alcove, all mod. j fa ern improvements, to a gentleman and wife ; al. am-, so front room on third floor. Terms reasonable, d30 at 191 TEMPLE BTKEET. m Rooms to Rent. A PLEASANT auite of Furnished Booms will be rented to one or two gents at dTItf 28 ELM STREET, eor. Orange. ROOMS TO RENT. A VESf desirable auite of Furnished Booms in center of oity, (near Church street,) win be rented raaaonahlv to one or two gentlemen. Al. to the most desirable omos in the city for a physician. Address auM tf " A. C," Post Offlse, Oity. The Johnson Bevolving Book-CYse. Made entirely of Iron. A most appropriate II'.ll. dayOiftfor Lawyers, Clergymen, Editors, Physicians, Merchants, Teach- . ers, Students. - . FOB SALE BY , ' -''. F.T. JABIWjUS, ."-', d27 ' Mannf sctnrerw Agebt. $72 A WEEK. $13 a day at home easily mads. Costly outfit free. Address Tsiii a Co., Augusta, a. NEW YEAR'S CARDS, T3HOTOGBAPH Albums. ...... - X. Autograph Albums. Papeterlea in elegant boxes; Harap Books. ' Pocket Diaries for 1880. Daily Journals for desk, 1880. Subeorip a reoeived at publishers' rates fpraU mAnlly msgaslneB and weekly publications. - n. .-r ....- . ..1 . . . . . . r .. . - iaa w.sm js w w.. GEO. M. SOWNBS,l pretora. JAMES J. OABB, FrOprtM0r 1.