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mm Ills VOL. XLYIII. The finest goods at the lowest price ever shown In this city. 5,000 yards Hamburg; Edgings and. Inserting trom Be to $2. GO a 'yard. These are goods bought at extremely low prices, and we propose to run them off at small advance for cash. 40O pieces Remnants Ham burg Edgings and Insertings, In 4 i yards lengths, for $1 per piece. A special bargain. Monson a Carpenter J7 244-246 CHAPEL. STREET. FOB 8ALB;-'ift',' TBS COTTAGE Houm and Lot on Sow. St., f j corner of George,farmerly the residence of Mrs. U.O. L. Richards. Inquire of B.B.OVIATT, ' Js24 8t Boom 4, 67 Church St. Houses, Lots and Farms FOR SALE. 3 Hnm on YorK Street, 2 Hoow on Qeoro-e street. Rmh oa Oarden steeet. HoaM on .Orchard street. 9 Honue an Minor street. Hoase oa AdDeixy .creel, iitu on lioeiwi .irees, now ard and Kimberly avenues. College street, tec Faran in Wallingford, Bethany and Guilford. - Hon.es and Tenement, to rent. Monev to loan on city srooerty. Real Eaute Office 4H Church Street. aoom 6 uoadley ""'iiing, umoeopen evenmgs. Ja24 L. V. OOM8TOOK. 3$Wdl Coitus. 8ECURITY INSURANCE GO. OF If EW HAVEN. o. i lyow irorurn, mt chapel btkext BDWABDB. HALL ft BON OFTXB CANNED GOODS. Ohkida Cork and Asparagus EXTBA PlACHES, PlAS, BXAKS, Tomatoks.Htdk'b Buqab Cobs FBOTTS, UL TAEIITIXI, CHOCOLATES, Ac Chocoiatx-Mihik, alt. iei Drmurarr obasxs, Axkx- THEEFTA, BBXAXFABT COCOA, Pabisias Coooa, Bboka, Tabu Chocolats. COFFEE AND TEA. The nscsr quaxjttab or Oo- " lohg, Jafavksz, Htbok and English Breakfast Txas. Java, Mabaoaibo and Mocha COFTBBB, GBEEW, BOASTXD AHD GXODin). GUABAKTKED FOB1 AND rAESH. Tbt Eail'i Laundbt Soap. Best New Process Itoin. Fanot Cbeahebz Buttkb tn 9-lb. pails. New M,oabses, Putt's Bucxwheat, Graham and Brx Floub, Oatmeal, Steak Cooked Wheat and Oats, Maoaboni, Vxbmicelli and Italian Paste, Olives, Cafbes, Pickles, Bubnett's Flavobino EXTRACTS. THK LABQX8T STOCK AND TOUT ASSORTMENT Or IXPOBTED ClOABS, WINES, LlQUOBS, CHAMPAGNES, CLABETS, COBDIALS, &C, IN THE STATE. LOW PBI CAS. - jails 250 CHAPEL STREET. KJG- BABGA1JSS! T 80HONBEEGEB, Kos.2 and 8 Central Market, 1 4 Congress avenue, will sell for the next sixty days his Beef, the best in the market, at the following prices: Porterhouse 16c, Loin 16c, Bett Bound 10 to 13c, the best roasting 10 to J 5c, Sparerib 8c, Hams Al 11c, Lard 10c. Also Canned Goods very cheap. Veni son and Game. The nest Poultry always on hand at the lowest price. Don't make any mistake. I. SOHONBFRGER, JaT m a and 3 Central Market. District of East Haven ss. Probate Court, January 21st, 1880. INSTATE of A8AHEL SMITH, late of East Haven, U in said district, deceased. Ordered That the Administrator exhibit bis Ad ministration account to tbia court for adjust ment, at the Probate Offloe in East Haven, on the 37th day of Jan., 1880, at two (2) o'clock in the afternoon; and that all persons Interested in said estate my be no tilled thereof, said Administrator will cause this order to be published in a newspaper printed in New Haven County, and post a copy thereof on the signpost in said town of East Ha ven. ja.l 2t CHABI.ES A. BRAY, Judge. A. M. RICE, D. D. S, (Graduate op Baltimore Dental College,) Formerly with Dr. Stevens, has removed his offlos to No. 75 Orange Street, Five Doors South of Chapel Street. All operations in Dentist y performed in the beet manner at moderate prices - a2 tf THE PALACE BflM Paris 48 Church Street, Cor. of Crown, Up Stairs. Tie Finest Billiarfl Rooms IN T1SK STATE. THE proprietor wishes to inform the public that he hs refurnished the Billiard Booms formerly kept by FOsTBB, (corner of Crown and Church streets,) and that the rooms are now open and ready for busi ness. Eight FIrst-Ciass Tables, 'With new Furniture and plenty of room, makes this the popular resort of the city. jalO tf Builders' Hardware AT THE lowest rates. Also White Holly and Black . Walnnt for sawing. Lumber of every descrip tion at prices the lowest. OUB NUMBEB IS 04 Whalley Avenue. jag F. H. RU8BELL. Barbour s Irish Flax Thread 1880 For almost a century baa been, and is to-day, recognized as THE STANDARD OF EXOEL LENGE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, for all purposes for which Linen. Thread is used. It is the best for the household, Jor making clothing, and for all kinds of leather work. FOR JLADIES, A fashionable, attractive, and useful occu pation is ' making Imperial Macrame Lace. Be careful to ask for Barbour's Macrame flax threads, all sizes, specially manufactured for this beautiful work. Put up in 2 lb. red boxes. Illustrated book with full particulars and instructions, by mail, 25 oents. Ladies in the vicinity of or vijlting New Xork eu receive instruction and find all materials at the Do mestic Building, corner Uth Street and Broadway. Barbour Brothers. 134 Church St., New York. Jail Bait Store Fixtures For Sale. F1NB lot of movable ehflvlna. two counters Co match, (all oablnt work) also show oases. The whole suitable either for g-nU' f oralahers, hatters or milliners, xo oe seen a w uuapci nreew jaaeeod Im A. THILL. - Florida Oranares. TfTTX HAVE dneherend expect to offer this mora- V log, a large lot of Oranges in barrels and esses, to which w. would InvlU the attentton f the trade. They wtu M onerea low. Me OF m CLOAKS At Bretzf elder's. EnoriDOns RBflncliDD in Prices. 248 IiadlesV Misses' and Child ren's Cloaks wlU be sold for 50 cents on the dollar. No such Ijow Prices In Cloaks nas been known before in the city. Di&jronavl Clotlt Dolmans, trimmed with Satin, VelTe and Fringe, reduced to S4.9S from 9. Plain Blttclc Bearer Dolmans, ele- sskntlF trimmed, reduced to S6.9S from ia. Diaaonal Clotlt Dolmans, richly trim med, reduced to 11.98 from 30. Diagonal Clotn Sacqnes, eles;antlr trimmed, reduced to from 8. Splendid Black Beaver Sacqnes re duced to S6.9S from Slo. magnificent FucBack Blaclc Beaver Cloaks reduced to S138 from a '-AO. Elegaat Diasronal Worsted Circulars reduced to S4.SS from SS. Eng-lish Walking-Jackets reduced to 4.98 from 88.00. I.adies Heavy Clotn Vilsters reduced to4.r4. I.avdiea' Waterproof Ulsters, 3.00. Children's VJlaters reduced to S3.S0 3.O0. Children's and Illisses' Cloaks reduced to S3.00, 3.00, 4.00 and S5.00. S. BRETZFELDER, NO. 312 CHAPEL STBEET. S dftwstf HealEstatB and Loan Acgiigf, 85 Church Street, CLARK BUILDING, FIRST FLOOR. Honey Loaned on Real Estate. Houses and Lots in all parts of the city. Water Fronts and Seashore Pr ope rty Manufacturing Property for sale or rent. Hotel Property for rent. Furniture for sale, centrally located. Some choice bargains in Houses and Lots,nrst-class, ranging from $2,000 to $18,000. WANTED, . FOB THE 8PKINCJ DEMAND, 1,000 BEIV TS, To which we will give our personal attention. Fire Insurance placed in flrst-clae companies. ja8 LONG at HINMAN. FOR KENT, t CORNER of Exchsnge aud James streets, first floor. Separate entrance. Very des rablo. appiy 13 J. P. PHILLIPS, eja2?ttf " Olebe Building. ! Factory Property For Rent Cheap MOAN be occupied immediately and on long lease if wanted. Buildings were formerly used for cleaning and preparing cotton waste, are in good repair, and suitable for a variety of manufactur ing purposes. They contain one 40-horse power en gine, two large steam boilers, and have main lioes of shafting with nullies and belting oomplete. Building. ! arranged for steam heat. For further information, or I ior permit to inspect tne property, appiy to E. L. MIX, d30 eodtf Westville, Conn. CASH CAPITAL, riRE AHD MARINE. . . ............ .aoe,ooo DTK KOTO KB. Ohas. Peterson, Thos. R. Trowbridge, J. A. Bishop J. W. Mansfield, A. O. Wilcox, Ohas. 8. Leete Dan! Trowbridge,. M. Mason, J a. O, Cewell OHAS. PETEBSON, Resident. OHABLE8 B. LEBTB, Vice Presidect. H. KASOn, Secretary. SCO. B. NETTT.WTOW. Ait Bee. fvlm t MtNIATUliK ALMANAC. SbSBlSBS, 7.171 !m Ssrs, B 03 I JANUABT as. Moos Sets, S.iS a. m. HlSH WATKH, 10.43 a. m. War Departm't Weather Observations. Taken at 7 a. m 3 p. in., p. m. January 25. Barometer, 30.110, 80.116, 30.S8S. Thermometer, 38, 43,38. Wind, direction calm, 8W, calm. Velocity, in mile, per hoar, 0, 2, 0. Weather, cloudy, cloudy, cloudy. Maximum Thermometer, 43 degrees. Min imum xnermometer, zs aegree.. nain-iau m men's, .w. jnaxunum veiocur oi wma, muo. per oour. W. D. WBIGHT, Observer. MABB I AtJES. BABNABD NICHOLS In Woodbrldge, Jan. 15th. William M. Bernard and Mis. Hattis E. Kichols, DEATHS. WILLIAMS Tn this city, Jan. 23d, Adma M. Wil liams. aged T Tears and 10 months. Funeral at 2 p. m.f Monday, 26th, from the residence of her father, SO William street. Friends and rela tives respectf ally invited. 2t PBOOTOB In this cify, Jan. 25th, Nancy V., wife of Aiamei u. rrocior, agea oa year, ana s mcntus. Notice of funeral hereafter. Al A It IKE LIST. fOKl OF NKW K1VX.S. W. P. BILES' REAL ESTATE, (Notary Public and Conveyancer,) Loan and Collection Agency. FINE New Brick House, with all modern im 1 ijjproTements, for sale and rent, near corner Kim i mw ana uowe streets, uate opportQDity so pnrcaase a splendid C3rner for business, corner Elm and Howe I streets. Several good Tenements for rent on Whalley (vanna air1 finsaitT atroAfo Tnv nalsa inn t-vt An i oa-eVll located Besidences in Fair Haven East. Individual and Savings Bank Funds to loan. Opportunities like those offered above occur only at long intervals. Office, 270 Chapel Street. ja20 Boom Pfo. Is MALLETT K,I, BALI BOH. s. s. 280 CHAPEL STREET, DEALERS IN Builders' AND General Hardware, Cutlery AND Tools. NO. 280 CHAPEL STREET, E. S. LXallett, First Store Below Orange St., Next Door to City Bank. Jal a CARD. The New fori and Boston Despatch Express Company Have moved into their new Office, Benedict Building, No. 78 Church St. General Express Forwarders. Making anra and close connection, for all points in United States and Oanadaa. At Bednced Bates. i17 12t 8. B. HANSOM, Agent. GOOD NEWS I Fresh Arrivals of Flour. Grain and Feed. AIaABGB supply of the above good8,aome of them at reduced prioes. owing to the depression of the markets during the last few days. I am daily adding new customers to the long )l?t of old ones naking bu siness lively while others complain of " dull times" in trade. This shows that the public appreciate my way of doing businees, vis : Tbe best of good avncl uniformly mall prof I ts Try the New Pro cess Linseed Meal, the cheapest and best feed for cows and all other kinds of stock. ISO and 153 State Street. jalldfew JOHN KF.KLGV, It Pays to Fay Cash. for Your Groceries 1 ITHEN you oan buy tbe very nicest Litchfield w v uounty xurEeys xor 100 id. oreasea, ana unicx us for liolb. A fresh lot of Honey cheaper than ever Beautiful nmse u lover at 100 id. IBuckwheat Honey at Ue lb. Come In and look at it. Splendid Delaware Sweet Potatoes at 40o peck. ' Freah Oountry Eggs, 22c doz. Nice Apple Jelly at 12c Best Oyster Crackers at 7c lb. Bods Crackers, Co lb. Ginger Snaps, So lb. Imperial Lemos Snaps, So lb. - Dried Apples, nloa, at 10c lb. Splendid Dried Pmohes at 12c lb. S lbs. Best Turkish Prime, for 26c Many other Bargains which we save not space to I. tSLm WEI.CII Se SOIV, . Nos. 28 and SO Congress Avenue. j.12 - At Wlnslow BE. Iiamb's Cash Grocery Store, 143 taoorsre, cor. Collese Su rflAWO tons Butter on hand and to arrive, quality J good. elUng for 0o lb. Oar load extra nloe Bar ly Bcee Potatoes selling 160. Two very desirable Ten ements to rent, western part of city. Also at my Live ry stable, for sale, 1 to 20 vehicles of various kinds, to make room for new and lighter work. JaS4 fr wmwm NEW.B4 Scintilla nn Ibr Rcrrmu DeUBtr, klfLL vttSMt UmIIcId.. tntm whUtw emsM. lfil4 1 1 11-fc.trw.rHilre ChiiWj(f.W.v, Have Some Money! Only 12c Per Pound. Sew Honey and Very Bfice. ANOTHER lot of Malaga Graphs just recelved.very fine, 2 lbs. for 26 o. 2 cane vi y nice Sweet Corn, 260. Good Bargains in Butter. 3 lbs. Best Turkish Prunes, 26o. 3 lbi. Best Bice, 26c. 3 lbs. Milk Crackers, 25c. Oyster Crackers, 7c per lb. Soda Orackers, 6c lb. Don't forget that Baking Powder, 80o lb. Extra fine Sagrhouse byrup, 60c gal. Maple Syrup, 763 gal. Not the best Sweet Potatoes, 25o peck. J. II. KEARNEY, Cor. Bill Street aud Consrress Avenue. ja23 Coarse Salt Afloat. Barqne Onlseppina IS, 20, OOO bushels, will be at Long Wfaarf discharging until about Feb. 1st. IaOW prices for delivery in bnlb. J D, DEWELL&C0, Norn, to 29 State Street. Ja23 District of New Haven ss. Probate Court, January 93d. 1880. f ESTATE of EDNEY O. BROOKS alias EDNA O. BBOUKS, of New Hsven. in said district, Insol vent debtor. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and allowed S months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate, represented in solvent, in which to exhibit their claims thereto; and has appointed Ado'ph Asber and William J. Atwater, both of said New Haven, commission ers to receive and examine said claims; and has ordered that said commissioners meet at the of fice of Adolph Asber. 167 Church street, in said New Haven, on the 23d day of March and the 33d day of April, 1880. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days for the purpose of attending on the business of said appointment. . Certified from Becord, SAMUEL A. YORK, Judge. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to ja24 6t CEA8. S. HAMILTON, Trustee. BRONZE CHANDELIERS ! FOB LAMPS. NEW DESIGNS ! ELEGANT PATTERNS ! A Full Assortment .Just Received. EliPl Lips ! - EU Lulls! Ornamental andltTsefal. Wblccms Light Oil, the Bsst In the Standard Crockery and Fancy De signs Beceired Every Week. JOHN JBMICfHT, 408 CHAPEL 8TKEET. OPP. THE GRXIN. ii 26 eod Useful and Ornamental. Beautify your Yards and make your Gardens Productive and. Attractive a. afla. WM. 0. ROBERTS & CO., of Geneva, N. 7., OfifJdealerB in Fruit ani Ornamental Trees,Plants, Sasss Vines, Shrubs, Roses, Ate, offer to the people of New Haven and vicinity inducements in new, rare and standard varieties of Nursery Stock for the Spring of 1880, which cannot be surpassed in qual ity and price. Every tree, plant, shrub, vine, or any article delivered by us, shall bs of ths finest and best quality, guaranteed true to name, Rood roots and vig orous stock. Our local agent, Mr. O. O. WATKIWS,o your place, is ready to receive your orders and explain our mode of doing buciness, 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 if desired. Very respectfully yours. WM. 0. ROBERTS & CO. Address all orders to 014 State street. Jal3 6m 100 Bushels L1ABEA1 WANTED IIIEDIATELY. Frank S. Piatt, 3 and 398 State Street. a d&wtf Valuable and Desirable Real Estate for Sale. FIBST. The homestead of Charles A. Bray, Esq., situated, on the corner of Oenter and Hoes streets, in the borough of Fair Haren Bast. The lot has a frontage of 114 feet on Oenter street. The house Is s substantially built and oon modious building, having fifteen rooms, and Is fitted up with all the modern improvements. Second. Two desirable lots lying west f the "Ios der Hoiue lot," so called, each lot having a frontage of sixty-flv. feet upon a proposed new street connecting with Prospect street In said Fair Haven Bast. AJmo aboot two acres of land on Fair Haven Heights, with two highways already laid out through the same, making the whole tract very desirable for building sites. Third. The equity of redemption In the property known as '-The Barrows Hoa-eMead," situated on Ex change street, near the Blatchley avenue ohnroh, in tbe village of Fair Baven. All the above must be sold to close up an assigned estate, and any information relative to price, terms, e;o., etc., can be obtained by applying ti eitberTHOB. O. SLOAN, Yale Bank Building, or WILLIAM P. NILB8, 270 Chapel street, Seal Estate Brokers of Hew Haven, or to the subscriber. WHXET HEMISO WAY, '" ' Trustee im said Estate. . Fair Haven East, Soy. 20Ui, 187 . -. - n2eodU iuimwuiuir 26. Sch Mary W Hopper, Sumner, Fensaoola, 2 dayt lumber to N H 8 H Mill Co. Sch E E Blrdsall, Blrdsall, Baltimore, coal to N Y, IT H H B B. Sch John Brooks, Fox, Hoboken, iron to If Y, N H IHSB. Bch Alice Scranton, Crowley, Hoboken, iron lo N Y, NHsHBB. Sch Sunbeam, Saunders, Richmond, wood to Eng lish ft Holt. GIiCAKZD. B.h Jessie E:izabofh, Weaver, Hew York, to load for Charleston. Sch Rodney Parker, Baltimore. New Baven Orphan Asylum. THE monthly meeting of the managers will be hdd at the Asylum, 848 Elm street, on Thursday morn ing of this week, January 29th, at quarter after 10 O'CJOCK. MUB. UJSH.UX CUABLfJUH, js28 2t Cor. Sec'y. Reynolds' Anti-Pain WILL afford Immediate relief to all sufferers from Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Sprains, Bruises, so. Trade supplied at "Whittlesey's lrnjf Store, ja26 d&w 228 Chapel and 326 State Street. F Consolidated It. It. Stock Bought and Sold, also 50 shares F. H. & W. Horse R. It, Stock CB SALE BY SAMUEL H. BABBO WS, Dealer in Investment Securities, xa:e .national nut jrauciog, ja28 Boom a. Trustee's Sale. THE subscriber will tell at private sale all the goods, effects aud estate, which are by law sub ject to such sale, of Edna O. Brooks alias Kdney O. Brooks, Insolvent debtor. The same consists for the most part of the remainder of said Brooks stock in trade of millinery goods and a nearly new Chickeriug piano. Ja24 2t OHAS. S. HAMILTON, TruB.ee. M Store and New Goods! CHARLES H. OAKS Has taken his old stand, 4G Church, Cor. Crown St., And offers a line of Choice Family Groceries PRICES to meet tbe wishes of the purchasers. Om aim will be in the future to sell first-class goods at the lowest market rates for cash. Special Bargains in Batter. Goods at reduced prices. REMEMBER THE STORE, JTO. 46 CHCRC1I STRE&T. N. B. To accommodate customers a double swing and door has been made so you oan pass into Ferry's Choice Bakery. js2t 6m We are now showing a very large assortment of GHAHBEB SUITES Of our own manufacture, and offering them at Low Xrices. BOVDITCH & PRUDDEN, Jsl7 Butter front the "Elgin" Cream. ery. m rs HATE to-day received our second shipment VV of Batter. We think it the nneet article made in the country. In addition to our small boxes of 9 lbs. each, we have it in 60 lb. tubs. j22 E. E. HALL & SOS. FINE COFFEE A SPECIALTY. I would call particular attention to my Gnoice Se lections off Genuine Old Mocha, Old Government Java, filar acalbo, And Rio Coffees. MY trade in these goods is constantly increasing, owing to their uniform superiority. All those who want a eood and genuine article will find on trial that tbe place to sret tbe best is at 0. n. GAYLORD'S Canton Tea Store, 417 State Street, Cor. Court St. Ja24 - News y Teleirajl! FB0S ALL QUARTERS. MOISTS YIELDING. Basing Their Hopes on the Su preme Court QUESTIONS FOR ITS DECISION. No Business While Awaiting the Response, THE CAPITOL UNDER GUARD. monthlies for February. HABPEB'S Monthly, Atlantic Monthly, Appleton's Journal, North American Beview, Popular Sci ence Monthly, Sunday Magazine, Young Ladies' Jour nal, Demarest'a Monthly, The American Almanac, 188 . Seaside and Franklin Square Libraries, com plete. A few Diaries at a discount to make room for other goods. THE DOWHES HEWS CO., 6 Exchange Building. HBO. M. 1WWMKH, I 1 A MES J. GARB. I Proprietors. ja24 JUST ARRIVING ! The following Bargains In Job Lots of Crockery Bougbt at a Bargain. 20 doz. 1 pint Bowls at to each 80 dos. IX pint Bowls at Cc each l&doa. 1 quart Bowls at ..7o each 6 dcz. fuu-sized Ewers and Basins 66o pair 6 dos. full-sized Stone China do. 85c pair 6 doz. S qt. Stone Ohio, pitchers 80o each 8 doz. 1 qt. Stone China Pitchers 14c each S doz. X q Stone China Pitchers loo each 2 doz. 1 gal. Common Pitchers ....eOoeach We also open on Monday a few special Bargains in majolica and Indian Teapots bought spe cially low; also Majolics Pitchers in new de signs. Hew Patterns in Decorated Toilet Seta. C H. CLABKE CO., DO Church Street, jalBeod Wear Chapel Street. PATEST8. 11. H EDDY, Ns, re State St., opposite Kllbw, Boston Secures Patents in the United States; also in Oreat Britain, Franoe and other foreign countries. Copies of the claims of any Patent famished by remitting one dollar. Assignments recorded at Washington. No Agency in (As United StatMpamn tuperior faciH tie Jot obtaining Patents or ascertaining the patenta bility of inventions. B. H. EDD, Solicitor of Patents. 41 1 refrard Mr. Eddy as one of the most capable and atinr.esuf practitioners with whom I have had official Intercourse. OHAS. MASON, Commissioner of Patents. " Inventors cannot employ a person more trustwor thy or more capable of securing far them an early and favorable consideration at the Patent Office. EDMUND BUBXE, late Commissioner of Patents." Bosroir, October 19, 1870. B. H. EDDY. Esq. Dear Sir : Ton procured for me. In 1840, my first patent. Sine, then you have acted tor ana aavisea me in nunareaa oi cases, sna procured many patents, reissues and extensions. I have occa sionally employed the bast 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. . Xouts truly, SEOBOB DRAPES. Sonol, Jan' L, 1880. al eodly A Strong Military Force Quartered There. NEW KHIiANX. .Blaine. Xbe State House Under Guard Scenes at tbe Capitol A Strong; Military Force Meeting: of 'Both .eg;islatures A Bill to Punish Pretending- Officials Xhe ITuslonlsts to Submit Questions to the Supreme Court All Business to be Deferred TJntil an Answer is Had A 4oiet Day Yesterday. Augusta, Jan. 25. The troops summoned to Augusta by order of Governor Davis are still on guard at the State Hoase, and they will not be sent home until there is absolute assurance that their services will not be acta ally needed. The fusionista are considerably exercised over this matter, bat their load talk makes little impression on the Republican authorities. Governor Davis says that when all the evidence in his possession of a con spiracy to capture the Capitol are made pub lie, the wisdom of calling Out the troops will be generally acknowledged. He claims to have dispatches whioh have been intercepted showing that the fusionista would have ponred into the city from all directions last night and made a break for the State House had no precautionary measures been taken. The fusionists say there is no doubt that the Republicans intercepted the dispatches as claimed, for such dispatches have been sent to Major Reynolds and others for the express purpose of frightening Davis. One of these, received from Portland last night, stated that men with two hundred stand of arms were assembled at Monmouth and would march across the country. There was no truth in this statement, and the same is probably the case with the other dispatches that have been intercepted. It is possible that some Green back clubs may have been drilling in the manual of arms. Reports from Republican sources state that this has been discovered to be going on at Biddeford, Belfast, Portland and other points, but they are believed to have no foundation and are regarded simply in the light of a huge hoax. What will be done with the troops now that they are here, and how long will they be kept under arms, are the questions whioh one hears on every side. It is certain they could not bf relied upon in a fight for Davis if they were at tacked. Eighteen of the Capital Guards are known to be fusionists, and about the same proportion of the other companies would re use to fire on the fusionists in case of a fight. Li. Arnold, clerk of the Capital Guards, and other members refused to do duty at all and were put under arrest, but discharged without court martial. The orders for the Biddeford, Belfast and Oldtown companies to report in Augusta laBt night were conditional. They were to start if any bodies of men left those plaoes for the capital, and special trains were in readiness to bring them at a moment's notice. Thoy have not started yet. Tbe scene presented at the State Hoase is unparalleled in the history of Maine. Sentinels pace to and fro both outside and inside and policemen loll around watching the maneu vers of the boys iu blue. Strong new bolts have been placed on all the doors and they are kept constantly locked. A Galling gun first meets the eye on entering the rotunda, and then attention is attraoted by stacks of arms with glittering bayonets that are arranged on either side of th9 fountain staring at the sol diers, who, with muskets over their shoulders, pace every corridor. The usual routine of camp duty is observed, the programme for each day being as follows : Reveille at 7 a. m., breakfast at 7:30 . a. m., guard mount at 8 a. m., dress parade at 3 p. m., supper at 6 p. m., tattoo at 9 p. m., taps at 9:30. At four p. m. to-day religious services were held for the benefit of the militia at the State House, Rev. H. W. Tilden, a Baptist minister, preacning. jn early ail tne dovs were given a short leave of absence during the day and wanderea aronna town to see tne sights. Some have amused themselves pouring over old agricultural reports and similar documents. They Bleep .in the library to-night. The officers catch an occasional nap in Adjutant General Beale s office. The cooking is done in the basement, stoves having been put in for this purpose. Governor uavis left tne executive chamber for his hotel at 10 o'clock. Your correspond ent asked if he had any fears of an outbreak to-night. He answered "No ; there seems to be every prospect of a quiet night." Being asked if he wished to make a statement con cerning evidences that the fusionists ware pre paring for an uprising, ne saia tne facts would all come out in tne investigation by the Legislature. Referring to the newspaper criticism of his course, said he expected it in times like these. Good many people have visit ed the State House daring the day, but lew gained admission. It has been the quietest Sunday, however, sinoe the reassembling of the Legislature. Many members, however, are home. Events cannot be predicted with any degree of certainty. The fusionists will adjourn from day to day until they hear tbe re sult of their application to the court. Gover nor Davis will try to prevent them from meet ing unless he changes his mind. The arrest of Smith or Sawyer, or both, is considered likely. Treasurer-elect Holbrookwill make a formal demand for the Treasury on the fusion Treasurer White in a day or two. White will refuse, and a writ of mandamus will be taken out against him in all probability. Governor Smith is indignant at the impu tation that he has advised enlisting armed men to uphold his cause and does not believe anything of the kind has been attempted by bis friends. He does not fear arrest, but would offer no resistance further. He says perheps this coarse would furnish the speed iest solution to the existing difficulty. The legislative proceedings yesterday were distinguished by nothing out of the as rial or der that has characterized them recently, both bodies meeting and holding short sessions. The Republican Senate met and adjourned un til four o'clock Monday, and without transac ting any business. In tbe House the Commit tee on the Judiciary was ordered to inquire what action, if any, is necessary to prevent any person or persons from falsely pretending to assume the functions and duties of any of the State officers. An act in relation to the State seal, records and documents, and to oer tain publio officers and their duties, came np on its passage to be engrossed. Mr. Stront, of Portland, made an argument in support of the bill, claiming that this is a legal Legisla ture, and so recognized by the courts and peo ple and even by the fosionists. The bill was then passed. Mr. Hutchinson presented the following: Whereas, information has been received that a certain person has been engaged, in en rolling and enlisting saen in a manner and for purposes unauthorized by the laws , of this State ; and whereas, such enlistment and or ganizations tend to a disturbance of the publio peace, and to disorder and revolution ; there fore, Resolved, That a joint committee of seven on tbe part of the House, with such as the Senate may join, be appointed for the purpose of Investigating the truth of such reports and to ascertain what action, if any, should be taken, and make a report of their doings to the House. Said committee to have power to send for persons and papers. In presenting the resolution Mr. Hutchinson briefly advocated it, after whioh it passed, and the committee was appointed. The House then adjourned until 11 o'clock Monday morn ing. The fusionists again, met in Union Hall. Their ranks were thin, and many had gone to their homes. Mr. Dickey offered ths follow ing order, whioh was passed : That a committee of one from each county be appointed by the House, with such as the Senate may join, to prepare a memorial to Congress and an address to the people of this State, setting forth ths facta relating to the organization of the House and Senate on the first Wednesday of January, and all the facta relating to the choioe of Governor, also the members of the Council and the State officers, and all facts connected with the Legislature whioh may be deemed of importance by the oommittee. , Mr. Ingalls, of Wisoasset, said that In sub mitting to the court we should understand that every man of this organization shall re main here until the decision of the court Is received. The House then voted to send the questions to the justices of the court. The Senate voted to concur' with the House. A communication was received from the Na? bonal Greenback Oommittee of New Hamp shire, advising the fusionists - to stand firm to the bitter end, and, if need be, fight for their rights. Both branches then adjourned until Monday next. The fusion Legislature finally concluded yesterday to submit some questions concern ing the legality of the two organizations to the Supreme Court, and will adjourn from day to day until they get an answer.. Chair man IngallBjOf the committee whioh prepared the questions, went to Bangor with the statement of facta and the ques tions yesterday afternoon. If the court re fuses to consider the matter the fusionists will adjourn, subject to the call of Governor Smith, and leave the State officers to fight their battles in the courts. If the court an swers that a legal Legislature is now in pos session of the State House some of the fu sionists will take their seats, but many will go home. The Republicans will not probably take a State valuation this year, but will as sess taxes on the old valuation and appoint a commission to sit daring recess. The Leg islature was occupied in putting through a bUI to punish for the removal, use, concealing or refusing to give up the State seal or any offi cial doouments, and yesterday the Judiciary Oommittee was instructed to Inquire what ac tion may be necessary to prevent any person or persons from falsely pretending to perform the duties of State officers. This is all direct ed at Sawyer and White, fusionist Secretary of State and Treasurer. Next week the Legisla ture will probably declare the seats of those who refuse to take them vacant. Ferguson Haines, City Treasurer of Bidde ford, has sent $22,000 (the amount of Bidde ford's State tax) to Mr. White, the fusionists' State Treasurer. NKW IUKE. Accident on tbe .Elevated Road An Enirine at Full Speed Jumps Into tbe Street. New Yobk, Jan. 25. At ten minutes before one o'clock yesterday morning, after the last train from Rector street on the Metropolitan Elevated railroad had reached the upper ter. minus of the road, the engine started with a single passenger car to convey the employes of the company to their homes. A few minutes later the engine separated front the car, and while the latter was between the tracks at 144th street, with most of its inmates bruised and wounded, the engine had fallen to the avenue below, with its occupants even more seriously hurt. The victims were Edward Wil liams, conductor ; Richard Kirkwood, engi neer ; John ConBtantine, fireman ; William Haigb,' Francis C. Faulkenberg, John C. Schonour, William Kemball. Starting on the east track, the train rushed down the road on that side for ten blocks, and at 145th street darted over to the west track. At this point there are three tracks, the middle one being used by the company for storing oars, and the whole brought into intricate harmony by an elaborate system of "frogs" and "switches." It was owing primarily to the switch, and iu a secondary sense to the frog that the accident occurred. The high rate of speed whioh led to tbe "derailment" could have had no such result but for the turning of the train from the east to the west track over a middle track which has no utility, except as a place for the company to put their empty cars on when not in use. The turn from the up track was accomplished in safety, and the engine safely crossed the middle track also. The passenger car, however, had not such good fortune. As it touched the "frog" at the left rail of the switch of the middle track it "jumped," and becoming detached from the engine continued its way for about fifty feet between the tracks. Finally it came in con tact with an empty car standing on the middle track, and was brought to a stop. It was it self only a skeleton when it oame to a stand; and the other car was deprived of one of its truoks by the force of the collision, while the inmates were all thrown forward with great violence and some of them seriously injured. In the meantime the engine continued on its proper course, and it was not until after it had reached the down track that it yielded to tbe impulse to "jump." When it did yield, how ever, it plunged over into the street with the despairing bound of a man struck by a minie ball and leaping into the air with the deadly energy of the reaction. The conductor was under tbe wreck' helpless and suffering, and the two others were so much hurt and so com pletely dazed as to be unable to care for them selves. In a little while tbe police arrived on the ground and at once summoned the people living in the neighborhood to assist them in oaring for the wounded, and all trace of the accident was soon removed. Good Feeling; for minister Lowell. Nzw Yobk, Jan. 25. The Tribune's special London cable says : American affairs have been much discussed during the week. The announcement of Mr. Lowell's appointment as Minister to England elicits general applause. Most of the English papers, the Times except ed, heartily welcome him. There is much In telligent comment on Mr. Lowell's literary distinction, accepting him as a worthy succes sor of Motley. Among other odd errors, how ever, one paper described Mr. Lowell as the author of "Thanatopsis." Several leading provincial papers show a better knowl edge of his works than those in London. I bear privately numerous expressions of re joicing that America, after suoh a long delay, will qe so admirably represented. Mr. Lowell is personally well known in London. Another Competitor Admitted. Rochzstee, Jan. 25. Through the indirect suggestion of Hanlan's backer Mr. Soule, the donor of the Hanlan Courtney prize of $6, 000, has admitted James Riley to the pro posed rowing oontest on the Potomac on May 20. Hanlan's baoker is reported as saying that he would row under such circumstances and thus obviate the necessity of a pay or play race between him and Courtney alone. Mr. Soule agreed to pay Riley $500 should he row and be defeated. Letters to this effect have been mailed to Hanlan and Blaikie. Mr. Sonle's Toronto agent says that Hanlan told him per sonally also that he would agree to row in the Massachusetts oontest on June IT for a prize of $5,000, under the auspioes of the Eastern Rowing Association. Soule expresses confi dence in a race between Hanlan, Riley and Courtney at Washington May 20. Parnell's Reception la Buffalo. Buffalo, January 25. Parnell and Dillon arrived this forenoon from Cleveland. They were met at the depot by Rev. Father Oronin, chairman of the general subscription oommit tee, and a number of members of the Parnell reception organization. The visitors were oe corted to the Tift House, where they were for mally welcomed by James Mooney, chairman of the reception oommittee. This evening they were escorted to the Academy of Music, where they were welcomed by an enormous crowd. The house was literally packed. About two hundred of the most prominent citizens of Buffalo were upon the stage. Hen. George W. Clinton presided and delivered the opening address, after whioh Parnell was in troduced to the meeting, and in an able ad dress stated the grievances oi Ireland ana tne sufferings of her peasantry. Several speakers followed, including Hon. L. ij. Lewes, Mat thias Rohr and General Horton. Subscriptions were then taken np, the gross amount collect ed in Buffalo aggregating $6,000. Bicyclists vs. Horses. New Yobk, Jan. 25. A number of wealthy residents of this city are making arrangements for a somewhat novel sporting event. It is proposed to have David Stanton, Waller and Phillips, the English long-distance bicyclists, compete against thirty running horses for six days. The horses are to be ridden by John Murphy and William E. Weeks, well known trainers and drivers, andPeralto, the mustang rider. Waller and Phillips, who are now in London, were telegraphed for on Thursday night, and will be in this city in two or three weeks. Both men have great six days' rec ords. Stanton has ridden one thousand miles in seventy-three hours. Their aggregate scores will amount to aboot 4,500 miles. The horses, if the stock is of good quality, when ridden in relays of ten miles, can very easily travel this distance. Whether their riders oan hold out for six days is at present a mooted question. The race will begin at Madison Avenue Garden on March 1. - . Grand Lodge No. 1 has now $148,500 in the general fund besides $61,500 in the widows' and orphans' fund. THE INDIANS. Vto Chiefs Dispatched to White Blver Hopes of Securing- the Criminals. -. Washaktotos, Jan. 25. The House Com mittee on Indian Affairs held s meeting and expected to examine Miss Josephine Meeker on the subject of the recent Ute outbreak, but the witness failed to appear. Sowawiok Sie blox, Jack and TJnca Sam, of the Ute delega tion, left here last evening for Colorado ac companied by General Adams and the inter preter, Otto Mear, on a mission having for its object the surrender of the Utea engaged in the Meeker massacre. It ie believed that tbe agreement between Ouray and the chiefs now In Washington will result in securing the mur derers. General Adams and the Indians who accompany him will make known to the Utea the result of the negotiations here and the po sition of tne Government upon the subject. Chief Ouray and the balance of the Ute dele gation will remain In tbe oity until the return of General Adams and the three chiefs who accompany him. The delegation of Southern Utes are expected to leave Santa Fe, N. M., on Monday for Washington. On their arrival they will have a joint conference with Ouray and tne interior department. Denver, CoL, Jan. 25. A special dispatch from Santa Fe says that six Uncompahgre and Southern Ute chiefs are in town and are having a conference with General Hatch. The Indians are Ignaoio. Buckskin Charley, Ojo, Blanco and Sorero. They are accom panied by Colonel Page, agent for the South ern utes, and leave to-day for Washington. In regard to the departure of some of the Utes for the White River oountry last evening tne Washington Jfost of to-morrow will sav : The mission of the Indians is nrimarilv to secure the attendance in Washington of the outlawed wnite luver chiefs and bucks who were pnicipants in the White River agenoy mas sacre and incidental outrages, whom Secretary sonurz nas heretofore been nnable - to secure through bis peace efforts. It is confidently stated that all of the prescribed Indians, or at least a part, will surrender themselves to the deputation and be brought on by it. In ducements calculated to accomplish this will Do held out to them, not the least of which is their possible or prospective pardon and as surances that the evidence against them is not positive or sufficient to secure their execution. The last sentence is based upon what is said to be the best possible authority. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL, Xbe ConMing-Sprague Difficulty. . Washington, Jan. 25. The Washington Post publishes an article to-day stating that a complete reconciliation has been effected be tween Senator Oonkling and Mrs. Spragne, whioh was signalized by an elaborate dinner party given last week by Mrs. Spragae at her town residence to Mrs. Conkling. The Post also says that Senator Conkling has in his possession a letter written by Governor Sprague inviting him to Canonohet - at tbe time of tbe unpleasantness, and whioh, if published, would constitute the only vindica tion the Senator needed for his presence there. Capital Notes. Washington, Jan. 25. Senator Gordon last night received a tele gram from Senator Lamar, in which the lat ter states that his health is rapidly improving and that he expects to be in Washington very shortly. About 250 excursionists from New Hamp shire, Vermont and Massachusetts have ar rived in Washington. They will remain here until Wednesday. The party is mostly com posed of vomen. An immense crowd assembled at Lincoln Hall to-night to listen to Fathers Quinn and Wood, converts from the Catholic faith. Both men made addresses, the former speak ing of the confessional and the latter of the dangers of Romanism to American institu tions. The crowd was at times noisy and cheered aud hissed as the speakers excited sympathy or disapprobation. THK OIil WORLD. Great Britain. How Parnell's Mission is Regarded. London, Jan. 25. Mr. Parnell's visit to America is viewed with little indulgence. The Daily News comments on the bad taste of American Representatives in offering the agi tator the use of the House, and says that the Representatives have little influenoe with tbe outer world. The Standard's Rome corre spondent insists on the truth of the story that the Pope demanded explanations from Cardi nal McCIoskey, and that the Cardinal replied to the effect that he could not do less than offer hospitality to an Irishman, a compatriot and a stranger, and that the invitation was wholly devoid of political significance. The summoning of Davitt and Brennan to plead has excited little comment ; but The O'Dono ghue has enlivened matters by a violent at tack on the Government, in whioh he formal ly reoognized Mr. Parnell as the leader of Ire land, ranged himself among the extreme na tionalists and offered himself as candidate for Tralee and his son for Kerry. The Times comments sharply on The O'Donoghne's secession. OTJiSA. Havana's Reception of General Grant. Havana, Jan. 25. The official banquet in honor of the ex-President took place at the Palace Friday night, beginning at 6:30 o'clock. About eighty persons were present, inoluding General Oallejas, the Vice Governor General, the intendants of the Treasury and army, General Arias, Governor of the Province of Havana ; members of the municipality, the Bishop of Havana and other distin guished persons. Those of the guests who are married were aooompanied by their la dies. The ex-President occupied the oenter of the table, having on his right the wife otfcGeneral Oallejas, and on his left Mr. Men doza, the Mayor of Havana. Opposite to the ex-president sat General Callejas. General Sheridan was in uniform. The ladies were plainly but elegantly attired. The dining hall and table were profusely and tastefully orna mented. Music was furnished by the Marine band stationed in the j court yard of the pal ace, and the band of the Engineer Corps, out side on the square, playing alternately. The palace was appropriately Illuminated. No speeches were made, but cordiality reigned and the visitors expressed much satisfaction. The banquet was concluded at nine o'clock. Afterward tbe party assisted at a performance at the Tacon theater. New York City News. ' , New Yobk, Jan. 25. District'Grand Lodge No. 1 of the Inde pendent Order of B'nai B'rith assembled in annual session to-day. About 300 delegates were present, representing 70 lodges In tbe State of New York, New England and Canada. The convention was called to order by Presi dent E. S. Gaulstonwho read his annual ad dress. The following officers were elected : President, Joseph Fox ; first vice president, A. L Singer; second vice president, Simon M. Boeder ; treasurer, Paul Sulzberger ; sec retary, S. Hamburger ; chairman of appeals, Joseph E. Kewburger; finance, Mart Meyer; J . T..T : A Tw. Ibm U-a ritz Adler ; general fund, G. Simon. District THIS fire: record. A Candy Factory Burned. Philadelphia, Jan. 25. Fire was discov ered this afternoon in the building 1,200 and 1,202 Market street, occupied by Stephen F. Whitman & Sons as a candy manufactory. The fire broke out in the fourth story, and the nppar part of the building was soon in a blaze. The origin of the fire is a mystery, as Whit man had gone over the building a few hours before and found everything all right. Two alarms were sounded, and after the upper portion of the manufactory had been gutted the fire was got under control. The lower floor was used as retail and wholesale apart ments, and mnch valuable stock on hand was saved by the insurance fraternity, who used their rubber coverings to good purpose. Tbe entire loss is estimated between $50,000 and $75,000. The stock is insured sor $40,000, the machinery for about the same sum, the fixtures and furniture for about $7,500, and the building for about $10,000. The insur ance is distributed in a large number of com panies in comparatively small amounts. Philadelphia, Pa.. Jan. 25. Late this afternoon a fire was discovered in the large Dlamns mill and sash door manufactory on Thirty-eighth and Spring Garden streets, owned by Charles uon. it was a stone Douoing z$ stories high and L shaped. The loss is esti mated at $30,000, on which there is an insur ance of $6,000 only. M O V IS MKNTS OF 8TKAMKKS. New Yobk, Jan. 25. Sailed, the Cornwall for Bristol. Portland Sailed, the Quebec for Liver pool. Boston Sailed, the Bavarian and Samaria for Liverpool. Bristol Sailed, the Bristol for New York. Liverpool Sailed, the Bohemian for Bog-' ton. London Arrived (not sailed), the Utopia from New York. Rotterdam Sailed, the Maas for New York. Qaeenstown Arrived, 'the Batavia from New York. Colonel M. P. Plummer, editor of the Min neapolis Tribune, died yesterday at his resi dence in Minneapolis, aged 84 years. The Spanish Government will ask the Cor tes to authorize a loan of sixty millions piastres to pay all previous Cuban loans. A St Petersburg dispatch says the Russian papers are discussing the probability of the Importation of American wheat in the spring. A Berlin dispatch says a very large foroe of Turcomans are menacing the Russians be tween Chatte and Tiohkisler and a battle is im minent. ' Governor Cullom is to be Invited to preside at the coming Parnell meeting in Chicago, and the reoeption is to be Northwestern in character. The Golos urges that the time has come for the beginning of a oomnlete reconciliation with the Poles by placing them on the same footing as Russian subjects. The Prussian Govornment will inforce a tax on newspaper advertisements. The free im- portation is permitted of provisions for the oiscressea people of Hiiesia. Bell's Life publishes a letter from Captain Bogardus, the American pigeon shot, offering to wager 2,000 against 1.000 that he can kill a thousand pigeons quicker than any man in tne wona. James Clark, aged 30 years, with his wife and ohild were found dead in bed at their home 1182 State street, Chicago, yesterday morning. They were suffocated with gas whioh escaped from a defective meter. A Constantinople dispatch says in further correspondence between the Forte and Mr. Layard respecting the Mr. Koeller incident. the Porte reiterates that Mr. Koeller was merely released oat of courtesy to England. A man named S. Speer created a great sen sation in church at Fairfield, Iowa, yesterday, by attempting to commit suicide during ser vice. He cut his throat and the blood spurted in avaw liiftuitijui U. j n.: 1 1 I : T . . w. j U" UO.IUU. UO iB .bill BUTO. 11 it supposed he was crazy. A movement is being made among the friends of Charles W. Angell, now in the Joli et, HL, penitentiary for the Pullman Palace Car Company $120,000 defalcation, to secure his pardon. It is not stated what grounds are urgea ior executive clemency. A young Polander named Fred Kaustick and a young friend, in going home from a raffle in Chicago Saturday evening, were met by five or six young men, one of whom without provocation thrust a knife between Kaastick's ribs, inflicting a wound from which he died yesterday. The murder seems to be wholly unprovoked. There is a lively row in the' remnant of tbe botchers' union of the Cbioago stock yards over the foods oolleoted to carry on the strike. Twelve thousand dollars were col. leoted and the officers of the union oan only account for less than $5,000. It is charged that Frank O'Meara, one of the relief com-, mittee, has absconded with the remainder of the money. Patrick Welsh, the chairman, says O'Meara has been made the scapegoat of others. FINANCE AND TKADK. Special Correspondence cf the Joubh ai. asd Oockibr Johs H. Davis s Co., Bankers and Brokers, No. 17 Wall street, New York. Jan. 24. 1f8). J The great combinations of the week snd the Syndi cate sile of Central & Hudson sto3k have necessarily had an effect in unsettling the market, an.l giving rather a feverish tone as the stocks directly involved were jumping about 5 to 10 cents a day, or more. New York Central h Hudson hai declined sines the Syndicate sale to 13C-31. The Kansat Patnfio and Union Pacific stocks hav. settled back to near the same prices 94 to 96, and if the consolidation holds good, and each stock pays the s tme dividend they should apparently rule at about the same figure. It is impossible to form any opinion as to the real value of the recent acquisition to the Louisville A Naihville road, but the strong point of the purchase is in the circumstance that the company assumes but a small obligation, and the transaction is far different ia ef fect from most of the Pennsylvania Railroad leaees The coal stocks Uvrs not been very strcng, and the main business to-day was in Delaware, Lackawanna k Western. The low-priced fancies and the stocks late ly put on the list are much in request, an I are gexa erally strong In prices. The Bond Marxet. The market for Government bonds has been strong on a large demand. The high price brings some bonds into the market, and the cup. ply is thus necessarily drawn i rom present holders, as no new bonds are on the market. Stocks closed as follows : N.Y. Oan. a Hndson.lSl I Onto S1 Erie X I WeBtern Union 103tf Lake Shore 100J Wabash ... 44 H 0. A. Pittsburg Hljtf I Union Pacific !)) Northwestern.. ...... WH I Michigan uentrai uu ao prei .....i"o kock lelana ..loi PadfloMail 39 V St. Paul lift Bt. Paul pref 102X Canton...... Con. Coal Morris Quicksilver 20V Quicksilver Pref... . Mariposa ' do. pref Harlem 168 Harlem pref Panama ...170 Illinois Central 101 i Govornment bonds closed as follows : U. S. 6s, 1881, coup. .10454 I New 4s, coup 104J4' New 6s, reg 10254 New 4s, reg li.7 New 6s, oonp 103J4 ( U.8.new4s, ooup..N.74" New 4s, reg 104X I D- 8- currency 6s.... EXPBES8 STOCKS. Adams 107 I American 66 Wells, Fargo Co.. .100 I United States 48V Central 81 Del. L. A W 84?i Del. A Hud Canal 7ft O. O. I. 0 24 Fort Wayne 114X Terre Haute 25 re-re Haute Pref .... 61 Chicago & Alton 10854 Chicago ft Alton Pref .120 A & P. Telegraph 4154 Missouri Pacific Qnjncy Han. A St. Jo 38 H'tf'd A Erie 67J4 do. guaranteed.. 63 Land Grant Mew fork Produce Marbea. Nxw Xobk, Jan 24 COTTON Quiet ; Uplands 1254 Orleans FLOUB Dull ; State f 470S7.25 ; Ohio flour 1 5.C0 $7.60 ; Western, 4.70te.68 ; Mouther a, $5 90(9 $7.76. WHEAT Dull ; No. 1 white, Msrch, $ 1.465a: ! No. 1 white, Feb., $141 y bush. OOBN Dull ; Mixed Western, spot, 653C1 ; do. fnturee, 6261c. OATH Doll; State, 47ja50; Western 4749o, per bushel. BEE V Quiet ; New plain mess, 10.60au.OO. POBK Dall ; new mess pork f 12 625 per bbl. LABD Easier ; steam rendered, $7.95. BUTTER Dull; Ohio, 10328c. ; State, 18iJE6o. per lb. WHISKEY Quiet ; Western, $1 16. SUGAR Dull. MOLASSES Firm. PETROLEUM Steady. BICE Active. COFFEE Heavy. FREIGHTS Firm. SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE Dull at 43f B081N Steady at $1 60(3,65. TALLOW Firm at 6J4J4. CARPETS. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. An attempt was made yesterday at Rome to murder Doctor Gerrard Small. A dispatch from Oabul says Ayonb Khan will join Mahmod Jan at Ghusenes. A dispatch from Rome says it is stated that Germany has warned Italy against the hostil ity of Austria. 8. B. Edwards, s brakeman on the Soiota Valley railroad, has fallen heir to $15,000 through the death of a relative. WE HAVE NOW OPES A LAB9E AS JOBTMBN T OF NOVELTIES MANUFACTURED BY OUBSELVE3 Expressly for Onr Retail Trade, CONSISTING OF AXJIINSTERS, inOmJUTTES, WILTOKS, VELVETS, BRUSSEZ.9, XAPEirRYS, TBREE-PI,r and INGRAIIVS of a SUPERIOR "QUALITY, INCLUDING MANY EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS, which we are offering at VERY, LOW PRICES. WE ALSO OFFEB A LARGE SELECTION OF TVBKISH, SIflVRNA A 1MB EAST INDIA RUGS AND MATS, IN SEW AND CHOICE DESIGNS OF OUB OWN IMPORTATION. ALSO, IICLOTH.S, LINOlVEimi, XjIGNUia, fto., AT LOW BATES. J. & J. Dobson, OABPET MANUFACTURERS AND EETAILER9, 40 & 42 West I4th St, New York, NearBlxtn Avenue Elevated Railroad station. John Van Oaasbeofc, Manager. dBEATBEDUCTlOAl IB PRICE. Signature is on every bottle of the GENTJXIVE Worcestersliire Sauce. It Imparts the most delicious taste and zest to SO VPS, GRAVIES, risH, HOT' ti JOI,Dj . joiirrs, sr m EXTBAOT) of a LETTER from' a MEDICAL GENTLE MAN at Madras to - his brother at WORCESTER, May, ABOA. Ten LEA A PER KINS that their Sauoe highly esteemed In India, snd is. In my opinion, the most pal atable as well as the ost wholesome sauce that is made." GAME, dec KtoiL Sold and used throughout the world. TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS FIND GREAT BENEFIT N7HAVING A BOTTLE WITH THEM. JOHH DUNCAS'S sons, .AGENTS FOB SMIColleg-ePlsceand 1 .Union Square . . - . - - New jTqiA WANTED, A COMPETENT woman to oook, wash and iron ; references required. Apply frnm 12 to 2, at Ja26 !t , V 883 0HUBOU 8TBEET. SITUATION WANTED, BY A competent girl to do cooking or general house. work in a private family ; references required. Oan be seen for two days at Ja26 It 4? CARLISLE STREET. SITUATION WANTED, BY A competent girl to do homework en s small private family ; la a good oook ; good references given ; can be seen for two days. Apply at ja26U 68 COURT ST., mar the bridge. A Respectable Girl WANTS A situation as waitress, second girl, or chambermaid. Apply at ja26 It 110 COLUMBUS AVENUE. SITUATION WANTED. BY A reliable young man that can come well recom mended on any light work ; one th-t understands doable-entry bookkeeping. Inquire of O. B. WILLIS, Gen'i Sec'y Y. M. O. A., or address D. B.," care of Librarian, Young Men's Institute Library. Ja26 2t SITUATION WANTED, BY A German as florist or gardener ; understands the car. of any kiod of greenhouse and gentle man's garlen ; good city reference. Apply at Ja26 If 618 WEST CHAPEL STREET. A Few Good Tool-Makers and Machinists E r ANTED. Address, stating age, experience, and f t wages erpected. THS YALE LOCK MFG. CO., Ji26 2t Stamford, Conn. WANTED, A SITUATION to cook or do general housework in a private family ; cooking preferred. Can be seen for two days in present place, 42 COLLEGE STREET. Call in basement after nine o'clock. ja28 2f WANTED. " EXPERIENCED Shirt Ironers and Bnttcn hole Ma kers. ELM CITY SHI BT CO., ja28 tf Cor. Bute and Court Street. Wanted Immediately, IRON MOULDERS for Floor Work. App'yto BAUNOM & ROOT, 10 and 12 Whitney Avenue, ja24 3t New Haven, Conn. WANXED AGENTS for " Wm. lloyd Garri son nd His Times." by Oliver Johnson ; intro duction by John G. Whlttier. Now ready splendid, success. B. B. RUSSELL A CO., Pubs., 67 Oornhill, Boston, Msss. ja24 lit GAUUEFBOY'h Employment iffiee. HAS constantly on hand help suitable for private families, as well as for hotels, boarding houses and resturauts. Great attention is paid by the pro prietor of tbe establishment in the choioe of girls and women before Bending them to fill a situation. Coun try calls of ny distances are promptly attended t3. 83 Orange street, near Crown street. ja24 GAUDEFBOY. WANTED, THE ASSISTANCE of a reliable man with $03 or more to manufacture an improved article of dai ly household consumption, yielding a large profit. Business ssfe and sure. Address D. D. PARKER, ja233t New Baven P.O. WANTED AT ONCE, FIRST-CLASS Corset Stitchers at home. sy sj Good work and extra pay guaranteed. Ad dress CLlBSET," ja23 3t P. O. Bjx 638. WANTED, A WOMAN from 26 to 85 years of age, with no in cumbrances, to take charge of children and at teni to other light dutle.; America i preferred. Ap ply between the houses? i and 8 p. m., at Ja23 at -' til OR0HARD STREET. WAITED, Real Estate in this City, County, State, or United States, in ex change for Land 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 Building:, opp- P. O. Js23 tf WANTED. rV Z Experienced Corset Siitclicre. ij 35 if oners. steady employment and tbo best pri ces. JFoy, Harmon & Co., ja23 tf 5 C'linrcU Street. WANTED, BY A SINGLE gentleman, a Furnished Boom, IJEJ centrally located. Address, Btating price, ii E. F. MOLVNE iUT, dSl Post Office. " WANTED TO BUY, a lot of Sccond-Hand Furniture and Oar. pets. Highest cash price paid. Orders by mall promptly attendel to, at o-.O 28 CHURCH STREET. WANTED. 8 HBRMaN & CO., Marshall, Mich., want an agent In this county at once, at a salary of $100 per month and expenses pid. For full particulars, ad drees as abjve. d29 d&wly IS. W. Searie. Surveyor and Civil Engineer. No. 5 Conn. Savings Bank Buildina, o7 81 CHUBOH STREET. Jubilee iiogers. THE original Jubilee Singers of the Fujk University or Nashville sing at the Grand Opera House, Eebraary 5lli. Tickets for choice of seat i now ready at Loo mis' music store. js.24 9t How Pompeii was Destroyed. Bev. H. G. Spaulding's Opening Lecture. Grand Opera House Wednesday Ere., Jan. 38tli. at 8 p. m. The hlttory of Vesuvine snd the unwrittan s.ory of Pompeii's destruction. Brlllisnt and accurate ' stero. opticoa viiws (several colored) showing volcanic phe nomena, Vesuvius in Eruption. Pootp-u as it is and aB it was, etc. Course tickets (six lectures) wim reserved seat, at jaaa-s Doosatore, iu ana si.mj. Single admisilon, 60 and 75o. N. B. No course tick ets sold at the hill. J a24 4t The 27th Annual Masquerade AND FAIJCY DSGS IS V,&. OF THE New Haven Turn Verein WILL BE GIVEN AT OK 2Y0 OPKISA HOUSE, (LATE MUSIC HALL.) Monday Evening, Jan. 26th. MThe followuimiiu'icfaata by members of the Verein will add much to the interest of the occasion : First. Arch of Triumph, tff oontl. Tableaux do Plastic. Final. A c.nmic represen tation entitled a Rendezvous in ths Wilderness. Tickets to the Floor will be on sale at the following places previous to the Bail at $1.00 : Wells & Grande, y66 Chapel stret ; Adam Lutz, Church st refit ; Charles; F. Bchaffer, 327 Congress avenue; and Philip Schwab, eorcer fa'tate and Grand streets. Tickets to the Floor purchased at the Hall. Admission to the Gallery, 60o; . Reserved Seats, 75c. Reserved Seat Tickets can be purchased only of Wells ft Gunde, 266 Chapel attest. POSITIVELY NO CHECKS GIVKN. The popular Costumer, CBucbhefster of New York, will bs at Turn Hall on Satnrdsy, Jan. 24th, with the largest an 1 finest variety of Costumes ever seen la New Haven. ja21 23 24 26 BOARD AND BOOMS. PLEASANT BOOMS with Board, also firtt. TUT class Tsble Board, at JB24 2t- 98 JSLin. b lKEJUT. FOB .RENT, ONE SUITE of Booms on second floor, alio oiogie iwqiu, .im uo.ro, term, unatraie, at - HALL FOB BENT. vsife THE spacious Hall at Atlantic Garden, No. 79 and 81 Union street, suitable for society gsth Hrft erings, social, dancing and other parliee will be rented at a reasonable price. Inquire of MAX KALTaOHMIDT, d26 Ira - on the premises. Booms to Bent. MA PLEASANT suite of Furnished Booms wlU be rented to one or two gents at d27tf 26 ELM STREET, cor. Oraoge. BOOMS TO BENT. rigjA A YEBY desirable suite of Furnished Booms Srl in oenter of city, (near Church street,) will bs sen. rented reasonably to one or two gentlemen. Al so the most desirable office in the city for a physician. Address an28tf " A. C," Post Office. Hty. FINE FKUIT. Mr iug, Baldwin and Spitzenberg Apples, English v alnws. Hickory Nuts, extra fine Sugar, Dates. Pop ping Corn, (2 -fears old) and a well s-lected stock of Groceries, all of which are for sale at reasonable jri oe. HENRY STOKER, 172 Chapel Street, ja24 Near Ooe'a Opera House. S WWW, il S S a -AT- BUSHNELL'S Harttware Sore 212 Chape) Street, CORNER UNION. JalCeod