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Jan. 23, 18S0.
VOL. XLVIII. EIGS. The finest goods at the lowest price ever Shown In this city. . 5,0O0 yards Hamburg Edgings and Insertings from So to $2.SO a yard. These are goods bought at extremely low prices, and we propose to run them off at small advance for cash. 400 pieces Bemnants Mam burg Edgings and Insertings, in 4 yards lengths, for $1 per piece. A special bargain. Monson i Carpenter MECHANICS BANK, News 204 STATE 8TEEET. $300,000. FROM ALL QUARTERS. CAPITAL, I J7 244-246 CHAPEL STREET. From 91.00 to 75 Cento Russian and Turkish Baths fc. KRAI78S, 190 ly 124 York Street. KDWABDS. HAIX&BON OFFKB CANNED GOODS. Oneida Oobn and Aspabagub EXTBA PEACHES, PEAS, BEAXTS, Tomatoks.Htdk's Sugab OOBIf FBOTTS, ALIi VABIETtJU. CHOCOLATES. SO. UHOCOnATB-MENIEK. ALT. TTHE DIFTEBKNT G BAD Eg, AX.KK- THBEPTA, BBXAX7AST OOOOA, Pakistan Cocoa, Bboma, Tabu Chocolate. COFFEE AND TEA. The tin est qualities or Oo- loug, Japanese, Hybon and English Bbkaefast Teas, Java, Mabacaibo and Mocha COFTEEfl, GEKKN, BOABTED AND -r- ..QBdxDND, GUARANTEED FtTBE and fresh. Try Hall's Laundbt Soap. Best New Pbocess Floub. Fancy Cbeameby Buttee in 9 lb. fails. New Molasses, Platt'b Buckwheat, Gkaham and Bye Floub, Oatmeal, Steam Cooked Wheat and Oats, Macaboni, Vebmicelli and Italian Paste, Olives, Capbeb, Pickles, Bubnett's Flavobing Extracts. The largest stock and finest assortment of Imfobted Cigabs, Wines, Liquobs, Champagnes, Olabets, Cordials, &c, in the State. Low prices. jal2s 360 OHAPEL STREET. Mm o iilr OF CLOAKS At Bretzfelder's. EnormonsBednctlon In Prices. Varnlsltes, Oils, &c A fall line of Varnishes, Leads, Oils, Painters' Mate rial., sc., sc. Also Loper's S'ate Liquid. 1 lrst-claaa goods and low prices, at Booth fe Law's Varnish Manufacturers and Paint Dealers, ma20 s Corner Water and t live Streets. Notice to Invalids! si. n. colt, in. e., REMOVED TO 23 Temple Street, Cor. of Crown. Electricity skillfully applied by one who under stands both the battery and the patient is an unsur passed remedial agent. It rarely fails to cure and nev er I a lis to greatly alleviate any disease. Nervous, Chronic and Female Diseases a specialty. My specifics and treatment for Ohills and Fever, Colds and Lung Diseases, Headache, Backache, Neu ralgia, Rheumatism, General Debility, &c, will give relief. Visits made at residences and oat of the city wxxtux uesxrca. Consultation free. Office boars, 8 to 10, 13 to 2, and 5 to 8 p. m Days u ow u.(ou, iiu.7, oaturoay, ounaay ana mod. day each week. jais stf O TO a M as "S ft es 69 99 BIO BARGAINS! J 80H0NBEEGEB, Noe.2 and 8 Central Market, M Am Congress avenue, will sell for the next sixty dayB his Beef, the best in the market, at the following prices : Porterhouse 16c, Loin 16c, Beat Bound 10 to lSo, the best roasting 10 to 15c, 8 pa re rib 8c Hams Al 11c, Lard 10c. Also Canned Goods very cheap. Veni son and Game. The best Poultry always on hand at the lowt st price. Don't make any mistake. Ij. SOHONBERGER, Jal m g and 3 Central Market. A. M. RICE, D. D. S,, (QBADUATX OF BaLTIMOBE DkNTAL OOLLEai,) Formerly with Dr. Stevens, has removed his office to No. 75 Orange Street, Five Soon Somth of Chapel Street. All operations in Dentist y performed in the best manner at moderate prices - a2 tf We are now showing a very large assortment of CHA1BERSUITES Of our own mannfactnre, and offering them at Low Prices. BOWDITCH & PRUDDEN, jalT 248 Ladles', Blisses' and Child ren's Cloaks will be sold for SO cents on the dollar. No such. Iiow Prices in Cloaks has been known before in tlie city. matronal Clotli Dolmans, trimmed with Satin, Velvet and Fringe, reduced to t4.95 from 9. Plain BlacK Beaver Dolmans, ele gantly trimmed, reduced to 86.9S from Diagonal Cloth Dolmans, richly trim med, reduced to 11.98 from 820. Diagonal Cloth Sacques, elegantly trimmed, reduced to S4.4S from 8S. Splendid Black Beaver Sacques re duced to 86.98 from 810. magnificent FDr.Bactc Black Beaver Cloaks rednced to l'-t.WS from 'iO. Elegant Diagonal Worsted Circulars reduced to 84.88 from 8S. English Walking Jackets reduced to 4.98 from 88.00. Ladies' Heavy Cloth Ulsters reduced to 84.71. Ladles' Waterproof Ulsters, $3.00. Children's Ulsters reduced to $2.50 and 83.00. Children's and misses' Cloaks reduced to 83.00, 83.00, 84.00 and 95.00. Aooounta solicited and collections made on (be most favorable terms. Government Bonds of all kinds botnjht and .old. - j Certificates of Deposit Issued Bearing Interest. j t, .... '"" '''" "' DIRECTORS. " ! Hxvbt 'Whits. Thos. B. Txowbbidok. 1 Jobs P. Tdttej. Bbsbt L. Oanhoh. . EDWIK F. HkbSICK. MAXXtB ZT7NDK&, f Jorx A. Bpibey. Ohas. 8. Lxxt. I Bun P. Oowiss. Chu. 8. IiKktb, Prest. John P. Tuttu, Vioe Prest. i fun JT TinwunviL n.Bnm Jal eodw3m APPAIfIS 1NMA Proceedings of the Legal Legislature. The Fnslonists in Session. MINIATURE ALMANAC. 8v s Brass, Bos Bars, 7.201 6.02 JAKTJABY 33. Moon Bets, a.39 a. m. Cisb Wassb, . 803 a. m. War Departm't Weather Observations. Taken at 7 a. m., 9 p. m p. m. January ax Barometer, 80.035, 29 887, 29.655. Thermometer, 19, 39, 42. Wind, direction N, E, K. Velocity, in miles per hour, 13, 14, 25. Weather, elondj.threatenlcg, heaw rain. HTmnm ThOTmAMiAt. a.i Min imum Thermometer, 17 degrees. Bain-fall in In ones, .70. Maximum Velocity ol Wind. 25 miles per hour. W. D. WEIGHT, Observer. They Decide to Emi grate from Augusta. IMacnssiom of Bayard's Bill. Times are oomicg on na and cironmstanoea are about to environ na whioh , will bring a critical epoch to onr coun try. And it becomes na to think whether onr civilization does not need closer attention." In speaking of his own position in the late trouble he said : "It waa almost my sole responsibility to spare the people of Maine the lesson that qnestiocs " of right should not be settled by vio lence and force and outrage. One thing I held in view, and if there is anything I have to thank God for, anything I am proud of, I may state it is that God enabled na to carry it ont, that was a peaceful solution of the problem and we carried it ont on that line." Forty-Sixth Congress. ment to the' terror of the ehild, whose screams were heartrending. An officer was called in and broke open the door. A large black eat with blazing eves dashed past him. Inside the room was Freddie wholly TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. ering with cold and fright. The officer car ried him into my apartments, whore we dressed him and he was taken to the police station. The inhuman mother was remanded. A child of Dr. Motntyre, of Lneneberg, N. nude and shiv- i 8- 3103 'Wednesday night while in a sleigh MAKKlAtiES. LEWIS BRADBURY In this city, Jan. 21st, at the raiueun) ui uie onae s parents, uy tlie uev. -U. n. Houghton, George W. Iewta of Orono, Maine, to Carrie O., youngest daughter of Wm. Bradbury, Esq.. of this oitv. CAD WELL MORRIS In this city, Jan. 21st, George wwwbii ox utuiterviiie, ana Ansa juetti. Morns ox South Haven. DEATHS, ANOTHER SENATOR SPEAKS IN OPPOSITION. NEW ENGLAX1). Maine. Edward A. of THOMPSON In this city, Jan. 22d, iwiuuniD. ill xxie aia T.ar nr ma ua Funeral at 2Jtf p. m. Saturday from the resldeno. his father. 200 Geonre street. BOOT In this city, Jan. 22, 1880, La Fayette F. Boot, aged 56 years. Funeral Saturday afternoon at 2:30 from his late residence, 46 Hamilton street. M Alt INK LIST. POUT OX HW HiVKN ABBIVED JANTJABT 22. Briar Emanuel II- Bottone. Bristol. K. 49 davs- iron to E S Wheeler & Oo. Scb. M O Arnold. Letts. Baltimore, coal to Bentdict. Fardee & Oo. Son John B Carxington, Parker, Baltimore, coil to x, H a at a it u. CX.BABED. Sch 8 B Irvens, Fingar, New York, by E H Weaver. S. BRETZFELDER, SO. 312 CHlPtlL STKEJET. ja3 dsiwstf Perfection Granite Ware 'f Tills is tbe only Teapot tlx rat is lined. and will mot crtack. Aa desirable as Porcelain, and of elegrant f Intsn. BR0WNS0N & PLUMB, JalTs 313 Cbapel Street. Central Kesidence For 8ale. TECS Houb6 and Lot No. 150 0raoi?o alreet. be- lonRiog to the undersigned. , The Carpets and Household Furniture can al so be had if wanted. For particulars, apply to OHAS. H. WEBB. 332 Chapel street, FOR RENT, 00BNBB of Exchange and James streets, first floor. Separate entranoe. Terr desirable. Apply to j. i. pmtiiiips, Ja2Itfl Olebe Boildins;. Q1 TiiE PALACE filar Paris 48 Church Street, Cor. of Crown, Up Stain. ie Finest EiH Booms IN THE STATE. THIS proprietor wishes to inform the pnblle that ha has refurnished the Billiard Booms formerly kept by FOBTKB, (corner of Grown and Church streets,) and that the rooms are now open and ready for bust- as. Eight First-Glass Tables, W. P. NILES' REAL ESTATE, (Notary Public and Conveyancer,) Loan and Collection Agency. 4a FINE New Brick House, with all modern lm L 8 prorements, for sale and rent, near corner Xlm sal and Howe streets. Bare opportunity to purohaee a splendid corner for bnsiness, corner Elm and Howe streets. Several good Tenements for rent on 'Whallsy avenue and 8 perry streets. For sale and for rent, well located Residences in Fair Haven East. Individual and Savings Bank Funds to loan. Opportunities like those offered above occur only at long intervals. Office, 270 Cbapel Street, ja20 Room Jfo. 1. Real Estate and Loan Agency, 85 Cburcb Street, CLARK BlIJIlIXi, FIRST FLOOR. Money l-.oa.ned on Real Estate. Houses and Lota in all parts of the jcity. Water Fronts and Seashore Property Manufacturing Property for sale or rent. Hotel Property for rent, Furniture - for sale, centrally located. Some ohoioe bargains in Houses and LotB.nrst-cIaae, ranging from $2,000 to $18,000. WASTED, FOB THE 8PRIN3 DEMAND, 1,000 KJBDTTH, To which we will give onr personal attention. Fire Insurance placed in flrst class companies. Jag LONS a HTNMAN. Houses and Lots For Sale HOUSE, with large lot about 66x160 feet, a short distance above the colleges, for t5.700. House on Dwlarht street, sood location, nnnw and Barn quite central. House on Garden street. House on Gregory street. Two Houses on Ocore street. Lot. on Chapel street. Congress ave nue, Howard avenue, Miooll street, Kimberly avenue, Ac., Ao. lion sea and Tenement! to rent. Money to Loan in amounts of $6,000, $5,000, $1,090 or $3,000. ' Real Estate Office 49 Cburcb Street, Boom 6 Hoadley Building. OtSoeopen evenings. Ja Jj. V. OOMBTOOlt. FOR SAIiB. A H ABE, good and kind. Can be bought for Sirthirty dollars. Inquire at Ja21 St 80S CHAPEL 8TBEET. With new Furniture and plenty of room, the popular resort or tne cy. makes this JalOtf Builders' Hardware . A T THE lowest rates. Also White Holly and Black J Walnut for sawing. Lumber of every desorip. Son at prices ttu-towest. OUB KTJMMB 18 64 Wballey Avenue. ' JaB F. H. BUSSEIX. Cream- Butter from tbe "Elgin' - ery. - A ' HAVB to-day received onr second shipment V of li attar. We think it the finest article made 1b tb. country. In addition to our small boxes of 9 lbs. each. w. ban it in 60 lb. tubs. ; jaaa B. E. HATJi k BOB. Floriaa Orantrrs. WE HAVB due here,and expect to offer this morn ing, s large lot of Oranges In barrels and oases, to which w. would invite . th attention of th trade. They will b. offered low. laM B.B.HAIJ.1IB0K. LULL witSMt Mwlleio., from wbsurer eun. Mxdlea I j tsWuw-iUKC-anfeali'aaai.f.U.boxKll.I, CARD. Tlie New York and Boston Despatch Express Company Have moved into their new Office, Bsnedict Building, No. 78 Church St. General Express Forwarders. """I sura and close vntiactioTis for all points in United States and Panadas. AC Redneed Bates. jalTlat ' 8. B. RAJfBOM, Agent. ing property. FOUN1), Owner can have same by prov- A LADY'S P0RTEM0NNAIE conUlnlng a a. sum 01 money. Call at BOX WINDOW POST OFFICE. flare ome Only 12c Per Pound. New Honey and Very STice. A NOTHER lot of Malaga Orapes just recelved,very Xa. nne, 2 ids. lor ras. 2 cans very nice Sweet Corn, 25c. Good Bargains in Butter. 8 lbs. Best Turkish Prunes, 25c. 3 lbs. Best Bice, 25c. 3 lbs. Milk Crackers, 25c. Oyster Orackers, 7c per lb. Soda Crackers, 5c lb. Don't forget that Baking Powder, 30c lb. Extra fine Sug.rhouee byrup, 50c gal. Maple Syrup, 753 gal. Not the best Sweet Potatoes, 250 peck. J. H. KEARNEY, Cor. Hill Street and Congress Avenue. FLOUR ! JOHNSON & Bros.' Fancy Haxall. FiBk. Morgan Co.'a Imperial. McNeil & Co.'a "Palma." St. Ionis and a fine Pastry. We have sold the brand of Fancv Haxall iince 1R74 ana Deueve it to ne tne beet flour sold in this country. We alone handle McNeil A Co.'s "Palma" in this city. Our ealfs for " Palma" are constantly increas ing, it being a choice grade of New Process for $9.50 per ddi. CLUWJtf Jl GOODS 250 dozen of the finest goods in market. conHiHtin.7 of Oyster Bay Aenaraeas. Extra Guilford Tomatoes. Vnr- est Oity Oorn and Succotaah. Lima and Stringlese Beans, Hazard's Xjttle Gem Pea, Sifted Marrowfat and his famous Sweet Peas, Sa'mon, Lobster, Baked Beans, Huehia'a Sonps. White Cherries. Pineapple. Strawberries, Bicnard & Bobbins', MoMurray & How- wan reacnes, ngg ana juamson ianQ8, xsartiett Pears, Apricots. SYRUPS, &o. Pure White, Ambar, and Pearl Sugar Ajnva. one ncii nearr avruoit a low nrice ; jsaw Nnw urjeaDB and .Porto Rico Molasees ; Prepared Buck wheat nd GridaJe-Cake Flour ; a large assortment of Fancy Biscuits; New English Walnuts, fcrazil. Pecan. cuuuo) suu rmyvr oil on AimoiiaB. A comnlete stock of tihelfiOooda- eonslRUniT of Ttonn. less Sftrdlnee. Fine Oils. French snd English Mustard. Olives. French Peas and Mushrooms. Jellies. Marma lades, Chocolates, Fine Creamery and Dairy Butter, ADTi uuuBoa ma AmerHD itaam uneese. ou extra fine Government Java Coffee Just received. jOMnrsoar a bro.. 411 and 413 State St.. corner 01 vourt. Ja23 2dlw Begister copy. MOJSY TO On Real Estate Secorltv. CI ALL AT B. E. BALD rf IN '8 j . Real Estate Aeency, j V.BI ai- tjh Cbapel street. LOST. TT Y OVERSIGHT a small package waa left last eve- nine on tne piauorm at tne loot or tne south siairs in the old Chapel street denot. If the finder will leave the same with the City Market watchman he will D3 rewaraea. iaaa St1 IjOST. YESTERDAY morning about 7 o'clock, in coming from University Place to the Courier Office, a small PACKAGE containing Dress Goods. The pack age was oireccea to urs. JLe win upaon. souuungton. A suitable reward will be paid for its return to this of fice, or ja22 302 CHAPEL BTBEET. District of New Haven ss. Probate Court,) Jannarv 21st. 1880. f ESTATE of JOHN A. BLASE, lato of New Haven, in said district, deceased. Ordered That the Administrators exhibit their Ad ministration account to this court for adjust ment, at the Probate Office in New Haven. on the 36th day of January. 1880. at two o'clock in the alternoon; and that all persons interested in said estate may be notified thereof, the Administrators will cause this order to be published in a newspaper printed in New Haven County, and noet a copy thereof on the signpost in said town of New Ha ven. ja22 2t SAMUEL A. YORK, Judge. District of New Haven ss. Probate Court,) January 21st. 1880. if STATE of WILLIAM T. NORTHROP, of New i Haven, in said district, Insolvent debtor. The Trustee represents the estate insolvent. and prays the appointment of Commissioners thereon. Ordered That conimissioners 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 28th day of January, 1880, at 9 o'clock fore noon : of which all persons in interest will take no tice, and appear, if they see cause, and be heard inereon. ja22 2t SAMUEL A. YORK, Judge. District of New Haven ss. Probate Court,) January 31st. 1880. f 17 STATE of WILLIAM H. PICKETT, of New Ha JVJ ven, in sail district, assigning debtor. The voluntary assignment of tne said William H. Pickett having been lodged in this office for record and the probite thereof, and Charles B. Matthewman of said New Haven being in said assignment nominated as trustee for said estate, therefore Ordered, that the 27th day of January, 1880, at 9 o'clock forenoon, be, and the same is, hereby assigned, for a hearing on the approval of said proposed trustee, and that all persons interested therein may nave no tice to appear, if they see cause, and be heard thereoa, this court directs that this order be published in a newspaper published in said New Haven Probate Dis trict, and that a copy of said order be posted on the public sign-post in New Haven in said district at least five days before said time assigned. jaaa Ba.jn.UiSJ-1 A. xURiv, Judge. Coarse Sill Afloat. Barque Qulseppina B,20,- OOO bushels, will be at Long Wharf discharelufi: until about Feb. 1st. Lew nricea for delivery in bulk. J. D. DEWELL & CO , Son. 233 to 239 State Street. Jaaa tf ; It Pays to Pav Cash for Your Groceries T HEN yon. can boy the very nteest Litchfield T v County Turkeys for 18a lb. dressed, and Ohiok ensfor 16c lb. A fresh lot of Honey cheaper than ever Beautiful White Olover at 16c lb. Buckwheat at 13c lb. Come In and look at It. Splendid Delaware Sweet Potatoes at too peck. Fresh Country Eggs, 32c do. Large Lemons, 12s per dos. Best Oyster Crackers at 7o lb. Soda Crackers, 6c lb. Ginger Snaps, 9c lb. Imperial Lemon Snaps, 9c lb. Dried Apples, nice, at 10c lb. Splendid Dried Peaches at 12c lb. 8 lbs. Best Turkish Prunes for 25c Many other Bargains whioh we bars not mace to mention. 1. II. WELCH 3fc SOS. Nod. 28 and SO Congress Avenue. The Legal Legislature Tratuacaic Begum Business-A Constitution al Amendment for Plurality Guber natorial Elections Proposed Pro ceedlnts of tne Fusion Leflslatiire- meniDers Anxious to Co In IVttn tne Republicans Xne Fusion Farce to be Vigorously Dealt Wieh-Govemor Davis Besolved on Decisive measures -TUs Fusionista to move Their "Seat of Government." Augusta, Jan. 22. The legally organized Maine Legislature is going right on with bus iness as though nothing had happened. The Committee on Judioiary held a meeting Wednesday, for the purpose of perfecting a bill to punish parties claiming to exercise the duties of State officers, when they are not legally suoh officers. It is very severe in its provisions and will meet at onee the cases contemplated, of persons who have been ex. eroising official duties. The bill was passed by the Legislature to-day, under a suspension of the rules. No fusion members were in their seats In the Bepublican Senate this morning, but two or three were on the floor The president announced the joint standing m AffiniT T I oomml'tee8- Mr. Hutchinson, of Lewis ton, . I presented a bill for the amendment of the uoDstituuon, so as co elect a uovernor by a plurality instead of a majority vote, and if, at the next election, it shall appear that a ma jority of the votes cast is in favor of tho amendment, it shall then be a part of the Constitution. The fusion Legislature met at 10 o'clock. with its numbers apparently undiminished. In the Senate an order was presented to pro ceed to business. Mr. At well opposed the order, saying "Let us go into the State House Legislature or go home." Mr. Strickland op posed going on to do business. He would submit questions to the court and abide by them ; he feared his friends were going too far. Mr. Ellis said that he did not believe that either branoh was legally organized ; he was confident there was a minority in both Legislatures in favor of a new organization, and he believed there should be a movement to compromise; he feared the present policy would end in bloodshed. Fending a decision. a recess was' taken until 4 o'clock p. m. In the fusion House Mr. Oushman called for an immediate report by the Committee on Election, for if he was holding a seat to which he was not entitled he wished to know it and go home. Speaker Talbot then an nounced the various standing committees of the House. Mr. Perry announced that "Governor" Smith had reoeived a congratu latory address from the Central Club of Oreenbaokers at Titusville, Fa. Notice was given that the Committee on Elec tions would be ready to hear contest ed cases. The Committee on the Busi ness of the House was not prepared to report, nut will nrst advise with the lead ers. It was moved that the committee raised to propound questions to the Supreme Court be requested to report at 4 o'clock this after noon. Mr. Dickey offered a "resolve," with a prodigious preamble, to the effect that the Legislature has been ruthlessly forbidden to enter the State House by an assumed Gover nor and military usurper. It reads as follows : Besolved, That we appoint a committee of nve, witn suon or tne senate as may join, to confer with the municipal authorities of Port land and see u a suitable building can be had for the accommodation of the executive and legislative departments and heads of depart ments. Mr. Dickey said that Biddeford would suit him as well as Portland. He was afraid if the Legislature remained in Augusta it would be expelled by force. The resolution was re ferred to a committee of three. The House at 11:35 a. m. adjourned until 4 p. m. Alio luBxuiimt legislature met at union Hall at 4 p. m. , according to adiournment. The committee to consider the advisability of holding sessions in some other city introduced an oraer tor tne appointment or a committee to confer with the Mayors of Portland and Biddeford to find out what arrangements oould be made to meet in either of those places, and it was passed. Senators Field of Cumberland, Hobson of Lincoln and Barrett of Oxford, and Bepresentatives Hill of Exe ter, Wales of Biddeford, Perry of Camden, Farrell of Van Buren and White of Wilton were appointed on the committee. Matters are quiet in town to-night. Bidde ford or Portland will probably be taken by the f usionists as the place of meeting at to morrow's session. Mayor S trout of Biddeford offers a fine halL The fusionista say that high legal advice indorses their cause. The authorities still take the precaution to guard the State House, and the local militia at Augusta have been on call since Wednesday afternoon and are at their armory to-day. Mr. Staples, a fusion representative, and one of their ablest men, took his seat in the Be publican Legislature to-day. He says that it is only a question of time when the regularly elected f usionists will take their seats in the State House. It is said the Bepublican authorities at the State House are growing impatient over the unexpected prolongation of the fusionist gov ernment. A member of Governor Davis' Council said to-day that the f usionists would not muoh longer be allowed to play Legisla ture. It is intended to arrest fusionist Secre tary Sawyer in case he issues any documents purporting to come from the Secretary of State. When Governor Davis is ready to deal with the f usionists he will doit resolutely. Be publican legislators are talkine seriously of taking measures to arrest the whole set of fui sionist officers on a charge of treason. Pobtlakd, Jan. 22. Mayor Walker re ceived a dispatch this morning from F. W. Hill of the fusion Legislature, asking if ac commodations for that Legislature could be had here. The Mayor oonsulted with the Council and replied that no suitable accommo dations could be had. The Mayor is a Demo- Wabhinoton, Jan. 22. benate. xne mormng nour Having ex- ; pired,the Senate resumed the consideration of Mr. Bayard's joint resolution relative to Uni ted States notes. Mr. Coke proceeded to speak on the resolution. He said that for more than twenty years the Treasury notes had been almost the only currency in the country, and nobody had raised a question of their constitutionality until recently.' He con tended that constitutional objections mleht as ' wall h. vajcuu? .oninnf fh. aknHfiAn alnwA. I BU1U UXB UIVWUU UX V XT XjXlXlXft 1UKJ IWO E3L&8 as against the issue of greenbacks. He pro ceeded to speak at considerable length of the demonetization of silver in England and Ger many, contending that in both of these coun tries the change had been followed by severe depression, and that there was a tendency to restore silver currenoy. The experience of Europe ought to make Congress hesitate be fore following a similar course from which a similar result would be sure to follow. At the close of Mr. Coke's speeoh the Sen ate went into executive session and then ad journed until Monday. Course of tne Antl-Tllden Democrats A leant, Jan. 22. Mr. Patrick H. Oowen, of Saratoga, the man who in the Democratic State Convention at Syracuse acquired tem porary fame by nominating Mr. Jacobs for Governor, was one of the Kelly men who at tended the conference last evening. He says that the Kelly wing of the Democratic party does not care to go into a convention with the Tilden men. The Kelly men will, he thinks, hold a convention and appoint dele gates to the. National Convention, inde pendent of the Tilden men. This course is subject to revision only in Mr. Tilden 'shall before the time for holding the State Convention publish a let ter absolutely forbidding the use of his name presidential candidate. Mr. uowen is anxious for the Tilden men also to appoint delegates to the National Convention. When two sets shall be appointed he is in favor of leaving the question of a candidate to them, with the reservation that one name (Tilden's) snau not be used in the national convention. If this shall be denied, then two sets of dele gates ought, he says, to go to the National Convention, and there be both kicked out for disagreeing. Mr. Cowen predicts that if Mr. Tilden shall be nominated for President. New ! xork will go Bepublican by seventy-five j tnousana majority. on crat. Vermont. A Brutal Family Flsrnt. Whtdsob, Jan. 22. Jewett Mann's wife and two daughters resented his insinuation that they kept a house of ill-fame, yesterday, by an attack on him with broomsticks and pokers. Ella Mann's head was badly cut and her left eye was destroyed in the fight Mann was afterwards arrested, and he threatens if prosecuted to explain the mysterious disap pearance of a child whioh startled the comma. nity some years ago, and says he will give the pttxkiuuxuxB ux bow tne cmia was murdered and the body burned. Morteratre JLoana. FIRST Mortffsfre Loan, on farms and city property in Iowa and other Western States. Several choin applications with full description of the property now on hand. SAMUEL a. THOEN, Ja318t 818 Ohapel Street. GOOD NEWS! Fresh Arrivals of Flour, and Feed. Grain IiABSK supply of the above Roods, some of them at reduced prices, owlnc to the depression of the markets daring the last few days. I am dallv adding new customers to the ions; list of old ones, making bn siness lively while others oomplain of " doll times" in trade. This shows that th. pnblle appreciate my way j of doing buslnnas, via : -A sia doss wnu stun uniformly small profits. Try the Hew Pro cess Linseed Meal, the cheapest and bast feed for eows and all other sums ox stocz. - ISO and 152 State Street. ' BUDDlied at ths lowMt market crice. jaaidJnr ' JOHIC EEBLEY, jal B. K. HALL SON. Spring Valley . Ilydranllc Gold Co.'f Stock, And Oilier Deslrakle lflinlns; Stocks for ale .by . . . Bunnell & Scran ton, -J20 Bankers and Brokers. FOR SALE. 1 f SHARES y.H. A W. Horse U.K. Oo. stock. JL ff 10 " N. Y. N. H A H. B. B. Oo. stock. Aioana negotiated on approved Aollateral. Invest ment securities bought and sold. , L3 war r ' aaiuuci mm. . itauu ns, Yale National Bank Building, ial B.OOM 4. ' i Florida Oranges. had this season. represented to be of the finest quality. -snryx shall offer this morning th. largest lot of - y y Oxanges in nave They are The trade Massachusetts. Alpna Delta Phi Annual ITIeetlnar- ecneral Chamberlain on the lTlalne Bauddle. Boston, Jan. 22. The forty-fith annua meeting and reunion of the Alpha Delta Phi society was held at Young's Hotel this even ing. The collegiates began to assemble at the hotel at 6 p. m. and at 7 about one hundred sat down to dinner. The chief guest of the evening was General Joshua L. Chamberlain, of recent fame in Maine, who is president of the New England graduate association. Among the other guests were Mr. R. R. Bow- ker of Kentucky, Manhattan Chapter, and Bey. Phillips Brooks and Edward Everett Hale of Harvard Chapter. A letter was read from General William Coates of New York, expressive of his regrets that he could not be present. The president, General .Chamber lain, made speeoh, and in Blinding to the Maine question he said : "I could not have believed, knowing the men of that State so many years, and being situated to know them favorably and thoroughly as I supposed, though I had seen their brothers and sons fighting in noble cause on the fields of of our late war, I yet confess I . was wholly ignorant of what ther- was remaining in the minds of the people of Maine I do not know but! may say. in the minds or tne unregenerata. that spirit that is ready to strike a blow al most without waiting fox an argument. This conflict of ours in Maine has a significance that reaches beyond this month and that State. House. After transacting some miscellan eous business the House resumed considera tion of the bank reserve bill, the pending question being on seconding the demand for the previous question. It was seconded, 100 to 48. The main question was then ordered. An hour's debate was then commenced on the bill. The debate was opened by Mr. Gillette, of Indiana, in opposition to the funding bill, whioh he characterized as a shot from a masked battery against every interest of the people. Mr. Weaver, (la.,) followed ia the same course of argument and replied to the re marks made a few days ago by Senator Logan, of Illinois, relative to the"Weaver" bill. The country was prepared to hear that a man who had voted for the back salary grab and pock eted his part of the swag should be ODDosed to doing justice to the soldier. The debate was further continued by Mr. Whitthorne, of I Tennessee, and Mr. Keif er. of Ohio, both of whom opposed the bill, the former on the ground that it would discrimin ate against the greenback, the latter on the ground that it would tend to imperil the per manency of resumption. The House then proceeded to vote neon thn bill pending amendments. The only amend ment to be voted was one'reauirine the banks to keep their coin in their banks. Rejected, 33 to 79- The question recurred on the enerossint? and third reading of the bill. On a division the vote stood 93 to 140, and the yeas and nays were ordered. The House refused, yeas 79, nays 158, to order the enRrossinir and third reading of the bill, which vote of course ve toed the bill. The House then went into committee the revision of the rules. Mr. Oscar Turner made a speech in favor of giving the levee committee control of all matters relating to the Mississippi river. Mr. icoDeson, or JSew Jersey, followed in advocacy of the report. He was opposed to tne aisiriDuuon or appropriations amonsr the different committees, but wanted the rules amended in such a way as to deprive the Ap propriation Committee of the right to rec ommend general legislation. Mr. j; rye, or Maine, a member of the Com mittee on Rules, explained the work of the committee and argued to show that the report . .1 X . 1 . i;a . , . . boxxueu Kxuauy tu a ttixuxjxiucaGion or legisla tion. He said the committee had entirely ig uuicu xnxiixBtxuoxxiLx xxi xjuxieiueriug tne rules. Mr. Cox, of New York, made a speech abounding in wit and humor. He advocated tne new rules as a whole and devoted the first part of nis speeoh to a denunciation of the Commerce Committee for reporting the river ana naroor Dili and passing it under a suspen sion of the rules. He then turned his atten tion to Representative Hare, of Miohigan, in a humorous speech. The other day Mr. Hare annexed to uox s size ana tne .New xork mem ber took exception to this. He said Hare' wit was not genuine because it subserved no good purpose and was too muoh in the nature of a personal attack. He ridiculed Mr. Hare unmercifully and compared him to Fallstaff. His wit he said was not the least loaioal and Mr. Cox said he could give him lessons in wit ticisms. Mr. Hare obtained the floor and will reply to-morrow. General debate on the rules was now closed by order of the House, but there will be con siderable discussion under the five minute rule. xne House adjourned at 4:40 p. m. A Disastrous Flood Several xLives Iost Fitrbttns; Immense Snakes. Nbw Yobk, Jan. 22. A Panama letter of the 13th gives an account of the flooding of the Canca valley in the early part of Decem ber, by which several villages were sub merged and houses and outbuildings, fences,' ets., swept away. The river rose several yards and became three miles wide. Several lives were reported lost, but no definite number stated. On the sub sidence of the flood the valley was a vast scene of ruin. Everything was destroyed in the way of small crops and movables of all sorts. Cattle, goats and horses were eone. The cocoa farmera visited the haciendas in boats trying to gather the crop which was left on the trees. They had to go armed in order to protect themselves against the immense snakes which had gathered in the branches and which had been driven down the valley Dy tne waters. Tne loss is estimated at $1,- ouo.ouu. ' wifK ita mntKa. fMm Ika x,Xfan,M -.4 XI.. xxmmim cold weather. The Berlin Post objects to the movements of Russian troops on the frontiers being hushed np and demands an authoritative statement of their movements. A brilliant reception was held last night at the residence of Hon. E. B. Washbume, in Chicago, whioh is said to have been for the purpose of starting the boom for Washburne for President or Governor. The Russians in the spring will operate against the Turcomans from Bokhara and also from the Caspian Sea. The Czar will reduoe the military service to four years instead of three years as was first intended. The wife of John McFarland, a laboring man of Cincinnati, ran away a short time ago and refused to return. Last night McFar land followed her to her sister's home, and after dragging her into a yard and choking her until he supposed she was dead out his own throat. He is still alive but not expect ed to live. A resolution was presented in the House at Des Moines, la., yesterday, to change the Constitution, making the jeoond Tuesday in November the general date for holding State and national elections. After adjournment an informal vote was taken for President by the Republican members, with the following result : Blaine 65, Grant 12, Sherman 2, scat tering 18, absent 3. Concerning the sale of 50,000 shares of the Central Paoifio railroad stock to a syndicate of Eastern capitalists, Governor Stanford, of San Francisco, says: I do not know that the sale will cause any change of polioy. The amount sold was not Buoh as to indicate aov chance in the control of the line. The stock was sold without any special obiect in view, but simolv itx accordance with the desire 'of the stock holders to put the stock on the market to en able them to sell at a fair price. oo WANTED, WOMAN TO OOOK, wash and iron ; ref erenoed required. Apply between ana i a, m ixxrea. jxW , 1S3 CHUB0H BTBEET. A ja CTTBKS BT ABSOKFTIOX. Rheumatism. Neuralsria. malaria. " Sapannle," the wonderful Olycerine xLotion, is a positive care ; it has never failed. " Hapannle" has no equal for Chronic Lameness, ijame Back, ijambago, Hprains, rats, unappea aanas, Chilblains, Bun one, and all diseases of the Skin, Ery sipelas, Salt Bhsum. Ecaema, Humors of the Scalp, sc.; Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Pneumonia, and all lr.- flammatorv diseases. Ladies who Baiter from local difficulties find immediate relief, and a permanent core by using Ma pantile." used in sponge or loot bath removes all soreness of body, limbs and feet. Sat isfaction guaranteed or money retondea. Bold by all Dragglst. Price, SOo and $1 per bottle. Bend xor limminatea crrenxar ana eras. Samukx. Gkbbt. & Ooicfant. Provrietors. 039 MbSe&wlynr 337 Broadway, lvew York. FINANCE AND TRADE. Special Correspondence of the Joukhax. Axrn Coubikb New York City News. Niw Yobk, Jan. 22 Phebe Davis died to-day at the age of 103 years. Carolina Levy also died to-day, aged 100 years, 3 months. The former was born in England, and the latter in Germany. Both have been residents of New York for thirty years. John H. Davxs ft Co., Bankers and Brokera,! So. 17 WaU street. New York. Jan. 23, lt80. j Dealings in railway and miscellaneous shares were not very active to-day, and Irregular, the old familiar shares being on the whole sluggish and lower, the note worthy features having been Indiana, Bloomington ft Western, which advanoed from to 36; St. Louis as New Orleans, which 'is up to 46X from 41, and Louis & Nashville, which is up to 116 from 113. The Bond Market Government bonds were quiet and only steady, and State bonds were also dull and inactive ; sales of Virginia deferred certificates at 9. Railroad bonds were less actire and irregular. Stocks closed as follows : THK WEST. N.Y. Oen. A Hndson.134 Brie 3jf Lake Shore 100! 0. ft Pittsburg Ill Northwestern. 90Ji do pref lne Bock Island 153 .. 76 .103 THE SOUTH. Xjouisiaaa. Randall 8. Gibson Elected Senator. New Obleaks, Jan. 22. In joint session of the two houses of the Legislature to-day Hon. Randall S. Gibson was elected United States Senator for the term expiring in 1883. He received 122 votes, the whole vote cast. Cir cuit judges were selected for the First, Sec ond and Third circuits. THJS NATlONAli CAPITAL. Woman Suffragists Demanding- to be Appointed Census Enumerators. Washington, Jan. 22. The Woman Suf frage Convention was very largely attended this morning, a number of Congressmen be ing interested spectators. A platform was adopted, being only briefly debated. The matter of most interest discussed wag the res olution that one-half of the census enumera tors and takers should be women. This was supported vigorously by Iiillie Devereaux Blake of New York, Mrs. Stewart of Dela ware and others, who took the ground that women could take the census just as easily as tney now pursue tne duties of book, insurance and sewing machine agents, and also they could more conveniently enter the homes of women without creating such embarrassment as would be caused by men. The convention closed to-night. Capital Notes. Washington, Jan. 22. It has been decided by the President to ap point ex-Governor Pinchbeck, of Louisiana, to be naval officer at New Orleans in place of uoionei ixB wis. The Ways and Means Committee of the House will give a hearing on Tuesday, Feb ruary 4, on the question of a reduction of the tans on steel rails. The State department has information that all goods into Santa Cruz, West Indies, to re build np the plantations, machinery, etc.. de stroyed by the negro riots of 1878, will be ad- mutea tree oi duty. The House Committee on Education and uaoor are in iavor oi aevotmg tne money arising from unclaimed bounties of colored troops to the education of the colored people, but have not yet decided upon any plan of distribution. The House Appropriation Committee to day reoeived the report of the sub-committee on the Indian Appropriation bill. The bill as agreed npon by the sub-committee appro priated $4,692,000,. which is $300,000 less than the estimates of the department and $20,000 less than the appropriation of last year. SEW YORK. Shocking Inhumanity to a Child. New Yobk, Jan. 22. Details of the shock ing brutality of a mother to her four-year-old baby transpired in the Police Court to-day. The mother, Mrs. Carrie Emmerson, was drunk and arraigned by the polios. An occu pant of the same tenement told the following story : Mrs. Emmerson took her apartments about four months ago, bringing her little boy Freddie, about three and a half years of age. For the first few days she acted respectably and took oare of the child. After this time she would go out in the evening and come home drunk in the small hours of the morn ing. Meanwhile Freddie would be locked in the room. She would leave in the afternoon and be gone till near noon of the following day. She would have men visit her, and until they left kept the child in the yard. I have fed the child many times during its mother's ab sence. On Tuesday morning I was awakened by the howls of a cat in Mrs. Emmer son's rooms, whioh continued during the whole morning. Toward noon I heard the child's cries followed by s rushing noise as if some savage animal was rushing around a cage and trying to escape. The inmates of the house assembled around the room, whioh is on the ground floor, having a door and two windows opening into the yard- The windows - were raised up and a large padlock; fastened Ithe door.. The eat was heard in the room. Thai cries of the child grew louder and louder, and the oat inside began to hurl itself against the windows in its endeavors to break, eut. It j would strike the closed shutters and rebound- ! ing to the floor would tear around the apart- IUInois. A Possible Companion to the Pocasset Crime. Chicago, Jan. 22. A special dispatch from Dubuque, Iowa, to the Tribune says : Great excitement prevails at New Hampton, Iowa, over a supposed horrible murder. An Advent - 1st preacher named Elder Buck lives there, and makes a living by revealing secrets which he says are oonfided to him by spirits. One day last autumn a neighbor, hearing screams from the house of Buck and seeing his wife wring ing her bands in agony, looked through the door and saw Buck beating bis young son, who was tied to the bed. Since that time the boy has been missing, and as Buck belongs to the same class of religious fanatics as Freeman of Massachusetts it is believed that he sacrificed the boy. Buck declares that the boy ran away. .buck nas ned tne neighborhood, ana tne citizens are malting an investigation. aijtf 67 ..160 Pacific Mail. St. Paul St. Panl pref Canton........... Con. Goal Morris . Quicksilver Quicksilver Pref. . Mariposa ao. prei...... Harlem Harlem pref Panama 170 Illinois Central 105V uoverument oonaa closed O. 8. 6s, 1881, coup. .104S; I New as, ooup 104V New Ss. ren 102 X I New 4Ws. rexr 107 New 6s, coup 103 I D.8. new 4f s, conp,.107 Newts, reg... 1044 I U. 8. currency 6a.... EXPRESS STOCKS. Adams 107 American 67 wens, argo s vo...iwx I united tits tea 18 V Ohlos 30i Western Union 103 V Wabasb 44 Union Pacific M'Z Michigan Central.... 90 X r. . J . uentrai. ....... Del. X,. at W 84)f Del. & Hud Canal 76 V J. u. st l. u ?2 Fort Wayne 115 Terre Haute 26 Terre Haute Pref .... to Chicago A Alton 107 Chicago A Alton Pref .120 A & P. Telegraph 41 Missouri Pacific Quill cy Han. A St. Jo 97 H'tTd ft Erie 67 do. guaranteed.. 52 Land Grant 113 aa follows : Kentucky. A Steamship I.iixe to Havana. IxOuisviixe, Jan. 22. The latest move of the Louisville and Nashville railroad, which has beenmaking such gigantic acquisitions, is the establishment of a steamship line to Havana. The steamer Admiral, which is on a voyage to Havana with General Grant aboard, will be the first in the line, and will make weekly trips from and to Havana, be ginning about the first of Maroh. It is not yet decided which port will be selected, but it will be either Mobile or Pensaoola. Arrange ments will be made to connect the boat with fast trains, so as to get passengers to New xork as quick as possible. New Vork Produce iTJarnec. Nxcw Tobk. Jan. 22. COTTON Quiet ; Uplands 12 Orleans 12. FLOUB Dull : Stste J4 80a$7 2 : Ohio flour 15.70 $7.50 perbbl; Western $4.eo$6.75 per bbl ; South ern t6.00t3.50 per bbl. wile AX unlet: Ko. 1 white. Feb.. 11.45 V : No. 2 winter red Feb., $1.48 ; No. 2 winter red, Marih, tl 50 1$ bush. OUSN-OuU : Mixed Western, snot. 57161 V. Futures, 57,OGlvr. uars uau: Ntate, 5i50Jf: Western 47a50c. per Dusnei. bee Hteady; Hew plain mess, tl0.50ll.CO. PO&K Firmer ; new mess pork tl2 60 per bbl. I.ARD Stronger ; steam rendered, $8 BUTTER Dull : Ohio. 1628c. : State. 18a6c, per id. wuiSKKY Qalet ; western, 1 16. B (TOAR Steady. MOLASSBH Quiet. PETROLEUM Dull. BICE Firm. COFFEE Dull. FREIGHTS Firm. SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE Dull at 43 ROSIN Steady at (1 6065. TALLOW Firm at 6X. Boston's mass". RKDtJtTIOI IS ritK xRI $2.50 TO $3.00 PER DAT. xms Notwithstanding the reduction in price, the S3 hitherto unrivaled excellence of the table will be --uJ? strictly maintained. CHAM. It. FERRirH. o26 eodly Proprietor. Valuable and Desirable Real Estate for Sale. M TTB8T. The homestead of Charles A. Bray, P-?2g Esq., situated on the corner of Center and Boee wm STxreeu, ui we Dorougn ox air javen jean. The lot has a frontage of 116 feet on Center street. The house is a substantially bnilt and cotxmodlous Dnuoing, naTins mteen rooms, and is ntted np with u tne moaern improvements. Second. Two desirable lots lvimr west ef the "Pow der House lot," ao called, each lot having a frontage of ixty-flve feet npon a proposed new street connecting with Prospect street in said Fair Haven East. Also about two acres of land on Fair Haven Heights, with two highways already laid oat through the tme, makirg the whole tract very desirable for building sits. Third. The equity of redemption in the property known as 'The Barrows Homestead," situated 011 Ex change street, near the Blatchley avenue church, in the village of Fair Haven. All the above must be sold to close np an assigned vacate, ana any jntormauon relative to price, terms, etc., etc., can oe ODtamea oy applying to eitoer inua, O. SLOAN. Yale Bank Buildinif. or WILLIAM P. NILES, 270 Ohapel street, Real Estate Brokers of New aoaveu, or to tne suoscriDer. WILLET HEMINGWAY, Trustee on said Estate. Fair Haven East, Nov. 20th, 1879. n24eoa tf SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF NEXT HAVEN. SO. 3 IiXON BUILDING, 247 OHAPEL STBKK7 WANTED, A SMART, ACTIVE lad, about 17 or 18 years old, in an office : must be well recommended and have some experience of office duties ; on ability de pends salary. Address, ia own handwriting, ja?9 11" CUAWOfW vtrma. WANTK1), AH AMERICAN woman to take care of children and do aewinft : reference recurred. Call for two days, between 12 and 2 o'clock p. m.. at jaja it in xjxuwr xvirxriisx. WANTED THE ASSISTANCE of a reliable man with $300 or more to manufacture an improved article of dai ly household consumption, yielding a large profit. Business safe and sure. Address D. V. FABKER, JaMDt New Haven P. O. WANTED. A GERMAN OB Swiss Protestant Rirl to do xrener al housework in a small private American family In a nice part of the city ; good wages will be paid. Call at ja33 It 33 UKAWtE BTltaJST. Wanted Immediately, A QUICK, neat Protestaot girl, who understands waiting on a large table. Apply before 12 o'clock !t Ja23 f 138 OOIXEQE BTBEET. WANTED AT ONCE. FIRST-CLASS Corset Stitchers at borne. Good work and extra pay guaranteed. Ad dress " OOKSET," Ja23 Sf P. O. Box 538. 25 A SSI ST ANT Bookkeeper in the office mi rcanuie establishment ; WANTED, A WOMAN from 26 to 35 years of ae, with no in cumbrances, to take charge of children and at tend to otter light duties; America! preferred. Ap ply between the hours of 4 and 8 p. m., at WANTED, e omce or a la rare must be an exieri- enced bookkeeper, correct, rapid, and accustomed to taking off trial balances on double entry books: state age, experience, where last employed, and salary ex- jtiait New Haven. WAHTBD, Real Estate in tbis City, County, State, or United States, in ex change for Ixand Warrants, Wes tern Farms.City or Country Prop erty. Any person having any prop erty that he wishes to sell or ex change is invited to call on H- P. HOADLEY, DEALER AND BROKER, 1 Hoadley Buildinsr, opp. P. O. j23 tf VFANTJED. Experienced Corset Slltcliers. t J 4S H oners. Steady employment and lUo best pri ces. FIRE 4 MO nULKINE. ja23 tf Foy, Harmon & Co., 5 Chitrcls Street. CASH CAPITAL. DXBKOTOXX8. Ohas. Peterson, Tbos. it. TrowbrldKO, J. A. Blxroj; J. W. Mansfield, A. O. Wilcox, Ohas. S. leete Panl Trowbridgo, J. M. M aeon, Jas. I Devell (JUAB, f KTKliSON, President. CHARLES a. LlEETE, v .re xTtM.11-. . B. MASON. Secretary. OBO. K. BlfTTT.lt'xON. Asa'l Re'v. l.o ' LYMAN TREADWAY, Dealer In BOYNTON'S Portable and Brick Set Furnaces HOUSE WANTED. TO BUS, on easr terms, a Rood House. 10 or 12 rooms, modern conveniences, not over one half mile from post office. Address ' MAN CFAOTUBER," Ja3i 3t P. O. Box 1,042. WANTED, A COMPETENT girl to do general housework and plain cooking in a private family : references required. Apply at 3t 66 rJlUHUf SiKKm'. milk. Wisconsin. Accusing; Himself of ITInrder. Milwaukee, dan. 22. A young man aged twenty-two years, respectably dressed, to-day came to Chief of Police Kennedy and in formed him that he was a murderer and wanted to be locked np. He gave his name as William W. Nottingham, and stated that Borne time ago he got into a street fight in Norfolk, Va., and shot and killed a man named John lay lor by mistake, having aimed at an other man. Nottingham says he is tired of roaming around, is conscience-stricken and would rather be hung out here. Chief Ken nedy telegraphed to Norfolk to ascertain whether Nottingham's Btory is true. Not tingham was placed in jail for safe keeping. THE OLD WORLD Great Britain. Tne Colliery- Disaster Heartrendintr Scenes at the Pit Dead and Dying- Victims. Ijondon, Jan. 22. The latest accounts from the colliery explosion at Newcastle fix the number in the pit at 77. It is believed not more than six of the rescued can recoi t my corpses were brought up, the majority unrecognizable. The few rescued alive are dying rapidly. The scene at the month of the pit is haartrending. One of the recov ered corpses had lost a part of the head. Some others were burned to cinders, while some appear to have been Allied by concus sion. Gangs of volunteers are descending frequently. The part of the Lycett colliery where the explosion occurred is known as the Fair Lady Fit, and is the same In which six men were killed last autumn. The coal be longs to the Banbury or Fiery Beam, in which all tne great Btaitorasnire explosions have oc curred, r ire nas been raging with great vio lence in the pit but has been subdued and a large amount of debris has been removed, en abling the explorers to proceed rapidly. The latest report plaaes the total number of deaths at seventy. Another explosion is feared. THE FUSE RECORD. Xne Deadlr Kerosene A. Woman Burned to Death-Fatal xBnrninsr of a man. Pobtivand, Me., Jan. 22. Mrs. Mary Sil- verdoe, of Ferry Village, opposite Portland, dropped a kerosene lamp last night, which breaking, enkindled her clothes. She ran into the yard and rolled into the snow, bat inef fectually, as assistance came to her too late. She died this morning. Her age was thirty years. Her husband, John Silverdoe, who has been in jail for drunkenness, returned to day. The house was slightly damaged by fire. Alton, HL, Jan. 22. The double brick block occupied by Smith's drug store, the Alton, Daily Telegraph and other business In terests, was burned to-day. ixms over $100, 000 ; insurance $80,000. La Saixe, HL, Jan. 22. The dry goods and notion store known as the Boston branoh of the house of the same name, was burned last night. Loss $ 10,000: insurance) $7,600. Detboit, Mich., Jan. 22. The house of John N. Smith, of Sherman township. St. Joseph county, was burned last night. The family all got out at first, but Smith went back to get some valuable furniture and was burned to death. Tne Traininsrof Girls. The Rev. W. Gladden of Snrinefield. Mass. recently sent out circulars to mothers in that city asking, 1. What are the most common defects in the training: of our eirls? What principles of conduct are most import ant, ana wnat namts are essential to the de velopment of noble and useful womanhood At a public meeting the results of his inquir ies have been given. Female habits of dress were referred to as more injurious than male habits. Most women, too, take muoh less outdoor exercise than is good for them. The lace ol exercise is largely caused bv foolish dress, which makes aotive exertion impoesi ble. It is generally of improper nature and unsuitably adjusted, and creates many of the nervous diseases or women. Another mis lane on tne pare oi many girls is in passine tneir time out or sccool bonrs in idleness and frivolous amusements, doing and learning notning. xne speaser tbongbt that more done in wealthy families to teach the daugh ters nanus oi industry tnan in tnose of mod erate circumstances. A correspondent ferred to one woman who says she is proud tnat ner aaugnter never did any sweeping another would not let her child do any kitch en work. Another mistake is to make dress the main business of life. One letter referred to a woman who said over her young infant, "i am so eiaa it a a girl, l can dress her so much finer than I oould a boy." and Mr. Glad- den added, "O, woman, to what depths of degradation nave you fallen when you can look in the face of a baby and have such tnougnt as that find lodgment for an instant in your mind 1" What can such a woman do but destroy the soul of her children. Still he thought the woman not wholly to blame, because tneir vanity is stimulated by the fool ish admiration of men ; the girl who catches a husband only by fine dress too often finds that the prize she has won is a broken heart. The next mistake is in devoting too much time to novel reading, which excites morbid and unreal ideas of life and a craving that can never be gratified. It is mental diseipa Uon of a dangerous character scaroely less so than that of drink. Another mistake is too early initiation into the frivolities of so ciety. The average young lady of Spring field, according to the lecturer, makes her debut at three, when she begins to go to children s parties in dress elaborate enough for a fancy ball, and is instructed in the arts of vanity and coquetry. At six or eight she is a member of clubs, and enjoys frequent evenings out. One good woman wrote that she had the heartache for the unnatural, un healthy and stimulating excitement of the roller skating-rink, which has none of the ad vantages oi outdoor skating, xne last error alluded to is the neglect to honor and obey parents. Some sad instances were brought forward to show that too often a girl of thir teen regards herself as her own mistress, and passes her time at parties, sociables, eta, or on the street, instead of studying. A corres pondent narrated the facta about four re spectable families in one congregation in the city, in three of whioh there was one daugb ter each and in the other there were three. Each of the first three left school when she wanted to, passed as much time on the streets as she pleased, and is now a by-woid and a reproach. The other three likewise went to ruin while their parents were attend ing .the prayer-meeting, and professed to know nothing of their daughters' habits. "Wei De Meyer's MOVEMENTS OF 8TGAMBB8. New Tobk, Jan. 22. Sailed, th Adriatic , for Liverpool, the State of Alabama for Glasgow, the Leasing for Hamburg, the Columbia for Glasgow. Portland Sailed, the Lake Champlain for j Liverpool. . ' Baltimore Arrived, the Caspian from Liver pool. ; Boston Arrived, the Iowa and Bavarian from Liverpool. uueenstown sailed, tne aeaao tor mew York. -., Liverpool Sailed. - the Pennsylvania for Philadelphia, the Marathon for New York, the carmatian for .Baltimore, tne Ulty or Hioh- mond for New York. . Arrived, the Illyrian from Boston. Glasgow Arrived, the Nebo from Pott- land. Hamburg Arrived, the Westphalia from New York. Core. A speedy and Certain Antidote for Catarrh, Snaffles. Colds in the Bead, In fluenza and Bronchitis. A Constitution al remedy and absolute cure. Sold by an Druggists, or delivered by D. B. Sim a Oo., it Dey Street, N. T., at S1.E0 a package. Pamphlets mailed free. 1-., ChUdren Cry for PI teller's Castoria. Centaur Ixlnlments, the World's crest Pain-rclievins; agents for Ulan and Beast. 08 MoThSaly GATJDEFJ&OY'S Employment Office I PRIVATE families, boarding houses, hotels and restaurs s. can be snxinliml with x h-i.. i different nationalities. I hare at nmumt , h..x . oboloeof girls for general boasework, Cooks, laundress- u-.nn Mm wmx.rpsxw, xor cut ana country. No. 83 ORANGE STKxWTTixear Oroini st. . au I ORANGE STREET, near drown st. GADDErROY. M"rJ?,,"e Habit Cnred n xitax- MMfiiaa- WANTED. A MAN TO WORE on a farm ; one that can a and of steady habits ; good references. in. WA11NES, Dixwell Avenue, J21 gf Hamdon Plains. WANTED. AOIBIi FOR ligbt housework who can bring eltis f actory reference. jail at lUxtH BTxtE&T. SITUATION WANTED ' A DOUBLE-ENTRY Bookkeeper ef large eiperi ence would like to secure a situation as book keeper, cashier, correspondent, or clerk. No objec tion to travel as salesman part of the time. FixIIt com petent snd experienced in any of these positions. First-class references and security f urnisbrU if de sired. Terms moderate. Address or apply to li. B. BARTHOLOMEW. j21 tf 75 Orange Street. WANTED, . BY A SINGLE gentleman, a Furnished Room, ceutrallr located. Address. stat'niF nrir.p- l-XL K. F. MOLYNEiUX. CS1 Post Office. WANIED 'S ' BUI", a lot of Second-Hand Fu-nitnre and Car- 1 lifts. Highest cash price paid. orders by mail 28 OHCBQH STREET. Cook, Parlor and Office Stoves. BOTNTOFS New Elevated Oren Range, Our Favorite. promptly atteudo t to, at o u WANTED. & CO., Marshall, Mich., want an agent in this county at once, at a salary of S100 ner moiitu and expenses pwd. For full particulars, ad dress as above. d.29 d&wly S. W. Searle, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, Wo. 3 Conn. Saving's Bank It uild iuxr. OT 81 CHDRCH STREET. I If- K ttm 'A 1r c 1 1 83 jf IT,, , - - , r- ,v " r - -"" a-r . jra1ri,i,f. .rfi.x-.V.ir-'-jx-' " Nos. 314 and 316, Old No. 186 K.tate Street. Lyman Treadway. . jftlOtf Useful and. Ornamental. Beautify your YardH and make your Gardens Productive and Attractive. WM. O. ROBERTS ft CO.. of Geneva. N. Y.- aeaiers in D roit ana urnamentai i reB,iamn, Vines. Shrubs. Roses. &e., offer to the peonle ox new naven ana vicinity inducements in new. rare and standard varieties of Nursery Stock for the Spring of 1880. which cannot be surpassed in qua' ity and price. Every tree, plant, shrub, vine, or any article delivered by ne, shall bs of th finest and best quality, guaranteed true to name, oood roots and vig orous stock. Our local agent, Mr. O. O. WATKISH.of your place, ia ready to receive your orders and expUin onr mode of doing business, and a card addressed to him will be cheerfully responded to, and he will call and show specimens from which you can make selec tions ji aesirea. very respeciiuuy yours, WM. O. ROBERTS & GO. Address all orders to B14 State street. jal 3 6m COE'S OPEIl & II01J.SK. Friday Evening, January, 23d. 'Biifly. Pait fctre Co. ! will produce (for the first time In this city) the beautl- iui comeay, in tnree acts, entitled OUR OX1SX.&. written by Henry J, Byron as a companion nictnre to his world-famous comedy of 'Our Boys," recently performed at Wa lack's Theatre, New York, for lire consecutive weeks. Prices 35, 60 and 75c. Sale of seata commences at ! the Box Office Wednesday morning, January 21. jaiv Da, V, i. t The 27th Annual Masquerade AND FANXJY IIiS:S BiLL OF THE New Haven Turn Ver ein WILL BE GIVEN AT GfUJIDOPEBl HOUSE, (LATE MCSIO HALL.) Monday Evening, Jan. 26th. Tbe following gymnastic feats by members of i the Vereln will sad mucb to the interest of the 1 occasion: First. Arch of Triumph, second. LTableanx de Plastic. Final. A comic represen tation entitled a Rendezvous In the Wilderness. Tickets to the Floor will be on sale at the following places previous to tbe Ball at $1.00 : Wells & Ounde 266 Chapel street ; Adam Lutz, Church street ; Charles F. Bchaffer, 327 Congreee avenue : and Philip Schwab. corner State and Orand streets. Tickets to the Floor purchased at the Hall. Admission to the Gallery, 60c ; Be served Seats. 76o. Beserved Seat Ticketa can be purchased only of Wells ax Gimde. 266 Ohapel stieet. C-BXi.xvx5l, flu t-UKUKH ttlVUJN. The DODUlar Costumer. O.Buchheister of New York. will be at Turn xlall on Saturday, Jan. 24th, with the largest anl finest variety of Costumes ever seen in New Hsven. ja21 23 24 26 Jaarti and Jfromfe. BRONZE CHANDELIERS ! I FOK RENT, ONE SUITE of Rooms on second floor, nlun Single Boom, with board, terms moderate, at FOB LAlffcS. ; -v NEW DESIGNS I A Fall Assortment J astJdcei vt d. Haiii Lilians!! d FOK KENT. A SUITE OF ROOMS, handsemelv furnished. to let to single gentlemen, or to a man and bis wife. Inquire at ja22 St 96 ORANGE STREET. 11 ALL FOK KENT. THE spacious Hall at Atlantic, Garden. Nos. 79 and 81 Union street, suitable for society roth- .erinss. social, danclnar and other Dirties will be rented at a reasonable prioe. Inquire of MAX HALTUHMlxli, d25 lm on the premises. Booms to Kent. A PLEASANT suite of Furnished Small will be rented to one or two gents st d27tf 26 ELM STREET, cor. Orange. Ornamental anrUUsefal. Wslcoma Light Oil, the Best in the Market. Standard Crockery and Fancy De signs Beceiyed Every Week, JOHN BBI611T, 408 CHAPEL HTKEET. nanjeoa opp. the green. KOOMS TO RENT. A VERY desirable suite of Furnished Rooms In center of city, (near Church street,) will be Lrsnted reasonably to one or two gentlemen. Al so tbe most desirable office In the city for a physician. Address au28 tf "A. O.," Post OiBee. Oity. SKATES ! -AT- BUSHKELLS Hariware Store! 212 CBapeJ Street, CORNER UNION. jaie eod Job JUST ABBITIXG X The following Bargains In Lots of Crockery Bought mt m Bargain 20 doz. 1 pint Bowls st 4c each SO dos. 1M pint Bowls at 6c each IS dos. 1 quart Bowls at 7o eachj 6 dos. full-sized Ewers and Basins so pair S dos. full-sieed Stone China do ago pais s dos. S qt. 8 tone China Pitchers 80o each 8 dos. 1 qt. Stone China Pitchers. , lao each: 8 dos. V qt. Stone China Pitchers loo each 3 doz. 1 gal. Common Pitchers too each W. also open on Monday a few special Bargains ia lrXaJoliczs susd Indian Teapots bought spe. dally low ; also Malolica Pitchers In new do. signs. New Patterns in Decorated Toilet Sets. C H. CLARKE CO., OO Cliurcli Street, JalBeod Blear Chapel Street. Factory Property For Kent Cheap S "-f: 1 I. j r. . , J wu iu. IV.UU u WWiWU, SIX 'Uildltlaa WArA frmn..l n ... tot cleaning and nrenarlnxr oottnn w.ot . fn good repair, and suitable for a variety of mannf aotnr. ing purposes. They contain one 40-horse power en gine, two large steam boilers, snd have main lines ot shafting with nulixes and belting complete. Buildings arranged for steam beat. For further information, or lor permit to Inspect the property, apply to E, L. MIX, tUOaodtf WeatvtUe, Oenn.