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02$ VOL. XLTIH. MSEMEPI G GOODS ! EHonson Cz Carpenter Ham just receive d the moat oompleto aasortment of Hoosakeeping floods SY shown, consisting of Tabls Lin. ens, Napkins, Doylies, Towel ana Toweling, Linen and Cotton Pillow Osaings, Fruit Cloth sad napkins, White Marseilles Quilta, Colored Quilt and Comfortable and Blanket, Embroidered Piano and Table Cover. Black Satin de Lyon 8 ilk from $L7S to $4.00 a yard. The neweat Black fiik imported. The proper thing to ham. Harris Black Lace Top Kids. In all sizes, just opened. Our Winter Cloaks remaining we are Bellini at a large discount to clear them out. MONSON & CARPENTER, 244 AND 246 CHAPEL STREET. FOB SALE. THB two-family honee and lot Wo. 75 Jackson street, .trio si,auu ; worm u,uuu. only saw eaah reo aired. Apply at f8 2t No. 68 MIBDLETOWN AVENUE. 12 Varnishes, Oils, &c. . A full line of Varnishes, Lead, Oil, Painter' Mate rlale, Ac., Ac Also Loper'a S'ate Liquid. Flrst-claa good and low prior, at Booth f-. aLaw's Varnish M anuiacturers and Paint Dealers, ma20 Corner Water and Olive Street. MALLETT Notice to Invalids I II. IS. COLT, M. E., REMOVED TO 23 Temple Street, Cor. of Crown. Electricity skillfully applied by one who under stand! botb the battery and the p.tient is an Tjnsnr passed remedial agent. It rarely fails to com and sev er fail to greatly .llevlat any disease. Nervous, Chronic and Female Diseases a specialty. My specifies and treatment for Chills and Fever, Cold and I. una Diseases, Headachs, Backache, Neu ralgia, Rheumatism, General Debility, Ac, will give relief. Visit made at residence and ont of the city when desired. Consultation free. Office hour, 8 to 10, 11 to 3, and 5 to 8 p. m Day in New Haven, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Mon day each week. JaSstf THE Bon Furnace Special attention is called to this Furnace. With the improvements that have been made it stands without a rival. Its success is unparalleled. 50,000 Of these Furnaces are in use to day. It is in use in many of the best houses in this city. MOLE AGEJiTS, Brownson & Plumb, 313 Cbapel Street. J31 Brelzeirs $ 12 Dolman at $4.95. $30 Dolman at (11.98. $10 Diagonal Cloth Cloaks, $4.48. $13 Black Beaver Cloaks, $6.98. $8 Diagonal Worsted Circulars, $4.88. Ladies' Hravy Cloth Ulster $4.76, worth $8. Misses' uiotn Ulster, sz.ou. Waterproof Cloaks with Capes, $3. Children' Cloaks. $2. 1.50 and $3. Ladies' Cashmere Suits $8. worth $15 Lined oalloo wrappers, 7o. Beaver bawls $4.98, worth $10. GREAT Dress Goods, 8, 10 and I1ic. Mattlasse Dress Goods, I2Jtfc. Colored Osahmeres, 12XC Black Cashmeres 19c. former price 30c. Black Cashmeres 46c, former price 76c. Black Cashmeres 64c, former price $1. Black Bilk Velvet, $1. Biack 811k Velvet, 37 inche wide, $1.98. Black Velvetwn, 88c. -Heavy Black Dreaa Silk, 76s. Good Black Satin, 66o. CLEARING OUT SALE Beal Torchon Lace, So a yard. Hamburg Edging, 3c a yard. Valenciennes Lace, lc a yard. Trimmii g Engines, lea yard. Ladles' Chemiees, 29c. Indies' Drawerp, 29 o. La-lieB' White Skirts, 29c. Madame Foy Corsets, small sizes, 19a. One Dollar Comets, 39o. Alexander Eld Gloves, 86c. 6 Button White Kid Gloves, 75c. Visees' Fleecy Lined Cotton Hose, o OF DRY GOODS, Shaker Flannels, 15c. Calico for Comfortables, 3c. Cotton Batting, 9c a pound. Heavy Cheviot Shi' ting, 8c. Good Bed Ticking, Sc. Gingham Umbrellas, 350. Donble Width Waterproof, 49c. Large Comfortables, 75c. White Blankets. 78c Gr.y Blankets, 48c. English Table Oil Cloth, 30c 312 Chapel St. Brown Table Lintn, 12XC Loom Damask Table Linen, 20c. Hack Towels, IX yds long, 10c Twilled Toweling, 4o. Pure Linen Napkios, 65c doz. Ladies' White Handkerchiefs, Sc. Linen Shirt Fronts, 8c. Irieh Shirting Linen, 25c. Black Worsted Skirt Braid, 2c. Corset BteelB, 3c each. While Pique, 7o. White Swiss MubIIe. 9c. Plaid Nainsook, 12XC 0. Bretzfelder's Great Clearing Out Sale, WO. 312 CHAPEL STREET. Ja dSEwstf BDWABDE. HALL IE SOU OITXB CANNED GOODS. Onbida Cohh ud Aspabaocs. Extsa Peaches, Pcas, Bxaks Tomatoes, Hydi's Sooab Cobk FBTTITfl, ALL VAB1ITIXS CHOCOLATES, o. CHOOojiATS-Msirrsn, AL. DirMEIKT O HADES, TBBIPTA, BBKAKTAST OOOOA, Pakzsiah Cocoa, Bboma, Tabu CHOCOLAT. COFFEE AMD TEA. The xtkkst qvauttes or Oo tona, Japanese, Hxboh ass English Bbeaktast Tiai. Java, Mahacaibo and Mooha covikbs, gbez3, boasted amd 0 SOUND. OUABAHTEED rOU AND raCSK. Ti Hall's Lauvdbt Soap. Ext Kkw Pboobb run. Fahcy Cbbambbt Borm im 9 lb. faiu). Hbw Mousses, Platt s Buckwheat, Gbahak aot Ste Flour, Oatheal, Steam Cooied Wheat and Oats, Macabohi, Vebmicelli and Italiah Fasts, Olives, Oafbxs, Pickles, Burnett's Flavoring Kxtsuot. Th LABoaex stock and einxat absobtmxht or IMPOBTKD CIOABS, WlBBS, LlQUOBS, CHAMPAGNES, Clabxts, Cobdials, arc, in thb State. Low ebi- OES. jaUl 250 OHAPBL 8TBRET. CHILDBEK8 GABRIAOE8, - Boy' and tiirls' Veioclpeaes, MADE ASP BBPArBBD AT X5 OSNTBB BTBEBT. jgX GEO. E. WHITMOBE. LS. 280 CHAPEL STREET, We Are Having: dillifc. CALLS every day for House in good locations 1 j worth from $3,600 to $6,C00. Any ana having lail property of that description for sale at reasons blepnoaamay hear of a porohaeer by calling at . JIEBWIH'S BCAL iUTATK OFFIOK, f3 3317 Chapel Street. - Store To Bent. OTIS BBIOK 8 TORE No. 360 and 562 State street, two door below the Merchants Bank, and for many year oootrpled aa a family grocery store by Asa Bradley and Win. T. Bradley. To the right party, for one, two, or five jews, the term will be reasonable. 011 at No. 9 Crown street, near State street. f2 tf WM. T. BRADLEY. MECHANICS BANK, 204 STATE STREET. CAPITAL, $300,000.' Accounts solidLed and collections mad on the meet , favorable term. I . Government Bonds of all kinds bought and sold. CertlficaUea of Deposit: leaned Beau-Ins; , IntereeC For Rent or Sale, M' A Desirable Manufacturing Property, oentral ly located. It la well calculated for the manu facture of carriage. Can be had at a great bar gain. Apply to ' MANUFACTURER, f2 3dlw Drawer IT. - DIRECTOB8. Henbt Whitb. Thob. B. Tbowbhidse. John P. Tuttlb. Hbbbt L. Cannon. Bdwtx F. Mkrsick. Maikb Zdndeb. Joel A. Spebby. Cha. 8. Lebtb. Bubx P. OowLxe. Cha. 8. Lbxtb, Pres't. John P. Tditlb, Vice Brest. Cha. H. Tbowbbxdob, Cashieb. Jal eodtwSm Factory in Artizaii St. FOB BENT, WITH OB WITHOUT steam sower. rent to a aatlafactory tenant. A low J. P. PHIEJC1PS, eiebe Bnildinc'. PtR RENT, Ma THE STOBE 69 Center street, with fixtures, i I suitable for merchant tailorine or other light j Jsmol business. Possession given Immediately. In quire of Ja30 6t ' FRANK W. BBNEDIOT. FOR RENT, I A Desirable Store, No. lOO Con 1 gress Avenue. Inquire of B. 91. BUBWELL. Received This Day I 1.500 Ifo. of choice Turkeys to be sold at 16c per lb. A.UUU ID, young uiuuina a ADO per JO. 500 lbs. Gosling at 16c per lb. Fall oountry dressed. Ia. Scnonberser, JaM a S and 3 Central KTarkei. BUN1ATURE ALMANAC. 8b m Kisbs, Sow Bar, 7.0 8.30 I FEBBXTABY . Moon Bibbs, i L44a. m. Hisb un, 6.43 p. m. BBaur yjepau-tm't Weattter Obaorvsition.. Taken at T a. sn., 3 p. m., p. m. February S. Barometer, 39.768, 39.091, Ktf.ado. xnermomeier, IM, 32, 30 Wind, direction NE, NB, w. Velocity, in miles per hour, 32, 24, 6, Weather, heavy snow, aleet, cloudy. Maximum Thermometer, 33 degrees. Minimum Thermometer, 12 degree. Raw-fail in inche .34. Maximum Velocity of Wind, 87 mile per hour. WM. D. WEIGHT, Sergt. Signal Corps, U. 8. Army. J O JL FROM ALL QUARTERS. GRANT OR BLAINE. Lively Struggle at Harrisburg To-Day. B3TH PARTIES WORKING HARD. Blaine's Friends Besolved on a Tlg orons Fight. . FIERCE GALE AT LONG BRANCH Perilous Adventures of Ship wrecked mariners. PENNSYIi VAN1A. MARUIAGES. DEALERS IN Builders' AND I fOJtC RENT. . CJTORE in State street, with lofts, suitable for LT7 wholesale Dusmesa. lnauireor J ja28 lOt F. A. GILBEBT, 839 Chapel street. ! W. P. NILES, i (Notary Public and Conveyancer,) Real Estate and Collection Agency. General Hardware, o ' I At Catlery AND Took NO. 280 CHAPEL STREET, FOR SAI.K, KE of the finest Farms in NorUi Madison at a pan lc Drice. troot Place well located at East Haven Center. Very ae&iraoie. uau eauy. Office, 270 Chapel Street. Boom No 1. Factory Property For Kent Cheap Mk CAN be occupied Immediately and on long i leueu winiea. umiaingB were iormeriy usea Jsws-Lfor cleaninfir and nreTMruur 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 lines of shafting with nullies and belting complete. Buildings arranged ior steam neac jror inrtner lniormanon, or for permit to Inspect the property, apply to E. Ii. MIX. d80 eodtf Westrille, Oonn, D. B. Uallett, First Store Below Orange St., Next Door to City Bank. Jal HOLIDAY (i(M)DS! Those wishing to purchase something beautiful, useful and economical for their lady relatives or friends, will always find an acceptable and serviceable present In a Stylish Bonnet or Walking Hat. These are now being sold at greatly rednoed prices, as an inducement to those wishing to make a servicea ble ud desirable Christmas Present. MissM.E. J. Byrnes, lai ORANGE STREET, dlQ Corner Conrt Sheriff's Sale. BY VIRTUE of a decree of the BnperiorCourt.I will sell at nublic auction, on Thursdav. Ihe fith dav of February, 1880. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at Un ion 'Wharf, in the City and Town of New Haven, where she now lies.the schoouer J. H. Tripp, with her tackle, apparel and furniture. jjaiea at new uaven, teas a)id aay or January, itttw. Attest, J. W. POND. Ja30 1 A Deputy Sheriff. Useful and Ornamental Beautify your Yards and make your Gardem Prod active and Attractive WM, a. BOBEBTS ft CO., of Geneva, N. Y., dealers In Fruit and Ornamental Trees.Plants, viucbb, Duruun, xvoaea, sc., oner to uie people oi new uaven ana vicinity lnancemenss 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 ba of th a finest and best quality, guaranteed true to name, good roots ard vig orous stock. Our local agent, Mr. O. 0. WATKI NS.of your place, is ready to receive your orders and explain our 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 tion! if desired. Very respectfully yours, WM. G. BOBEBTS A CO. Address all orders io 614 State street. jal3 (5m Coarse Salt Afloat. Barque Onlseppina It, 20, OOO bushels, will be at Long Wharf discharging until about Feb. 1st. JLow prices for delivery in built. J. D. DEWELL & CO., Sam. 333 to 239 State Street. JaMtf Wbat Its All About ! FBISH Egg, warranted, 20c per doz. Sew Honey, 12o per lb. a id, siaiaga urape, 250. Good B lslns, 60 per lb. Extra Nioe Dried Apples, Mi per lb. Extra Nice Dried Peeled Peache, 15c per lb. 8 lbs. Best Turkish Prunes, 25c a lbs. Best Carolina Bice, 35c. Also Good Prunes, 00 par lb. Good Bice, 6c per lb. Very Die Kolassea, 4O0 per gal. S lea. Soda Crackers, 2So. S lbs. Milk Crackers, 25o. S qts. Hlokory Nuts, 25c. Best Block Island Codfish, 5c per lb. Best Sugar Cured Hams, Ho per lb. Poultry received fresh to-day. J. II. KEARNEY. Cor. Hill Street and Conirreta Avenue. jaSO Valuable and Desirable Real Estate for Sale. a FIB 9 T. The homestead of Charles A. Bray, Esq., situated on the corner of Center and Rose streets, in the borough or Fair Haven East. The lot has a frontage of 116 feet on Center street. The house is a substantially built and commodious building, having fifteen rooms, and is fitted up with all the modern improvements. Second. Two desirable lots lying west ef ihe ''Pow der House lot," so called, each lot having a frontage of sixty-five feet upon a proposed new street connecting with Prospect street in said Fair Haven Bast. Also about 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 siUs. Third. The equity of redemption in the property known as ''The Barrows Homestead," situated on Ex change street, near the Blatchley avenue church, in the village of Fair Haven. All the above must be sold to close up an assigned estate, and any information relative to price, terms, etc, etc., can be obtained by applying ta either THOS. Q. 8LOAN, Yale Bask Building, or WILLIAM P. KILES, 270 Chapel street, Baal Estate Brokers of New Haven, or to the subscriber. WIXiLET HEMINGWAY, Trustee on said Estate. Fair Haven Eatst, Nov. 20th, 1879. n24eodtf Houses, Lots and Farms FOR SALE. 3 Honaei on Tork Street. 2 House on George street. House on Garden street, Houseon .Orchard Btreet. 2 Houses on Minor street. House on Liberty street. I.ota on Cbapel afreet, How ard and Kimberly avenues, College street. &c. Farms in Wsllingford, Bethany and Guilford. Hontet and Tenement to rent. iUouey to loan on city property. Beal estate Of flee 4 Church Street, Boom S Hoadley Building. Office open evenings. ja24 L. F. COMSTOCK. "HIllUJilTB Real Estate ami LoaiApcy, 85 Church Street, CLARK IH;II.rI, FIRST FLOOR, money Loaned on Real instate. Houses and Lots in ail parts of the city. Water Fronts and Seashore Property Manufacturing Property for sale or rent. Hotel Property tor rent. Furniture for sale, centrally located. Some choice bargains in House and I,ot8,nrt-clasa, ranging from $2,000 to $18,000. WANTED. FOB THE SPRING DEMAND, 1,000 1U29JTS, To which we will give our personal attention. Fire Insurance placed in first-class companies, jag LONG HINMAN. losrd aid 3cem Rooms to Rent. A PLEASANT suite of Furnished Booms will be rented to one or two gents at d27tf 26 ELM 8TBEET, cor. Orange. ROOMS TO KENT. jse$a A VEB7 desirable suite of Furnished Booms WAW in center of city, (near Church street,) will be wwm. rented reasonably to one or two gentlemen. Al so the moat desirable offloe in the city for a physician. Address au28 tf " A. O. ," Post OOV-e. City. TKUsTEK SALIi. BY VIRTUE of sn order from the Probate Court, I offer for sale the stock and fixtures In the store of Wm. T. Northrop, 204 Elm street ; also the real estste of the said Northrop, wagons, ace. jan29 6t BAMUgL W. HPBLBUBT. OREATREDUCTIOfl. IN PRICE. I ROPEAJi TOT TIC FOR 1880 to the ducational centers of the Old World ; Including xourslons to Itaiy,8witzerland,Frsnce,Austria, ngland, Scotland, Germany, liolland, Belgium, UVPTaDdtuHOLX LAND, with an. xtraordinary amosnt of nrst-class travel for an - xtremely low price. Send for a forty-page xplanatory pamphlet, with full address to lOUBJEE, Music Hall, Boston, Mai. I JaaoeodSt Jewelry I Jewelry I New Goods ! New Goods ! AT STBEETEai'S' I Old Established and Renowned Stand. Signature i on every bottle of the GENUINE Worcestershire Sance. It imparts the most delicious taste and zest to SOUPS, f-J EXTRACT!. 1 m ox a ajutt jH from a I J MEDICAL GENTLE. GRAVIES, I I MAN at Madras to A his brother at WORCESTER, May, '5igia " Ten LEA ft PEK SralRIN8 that their Sauce HOT St COLD. Gl3jia highly esteemed in SasslDdia, and is, in my aiPfRRHyopiulon, the most psl- JOISTS, ":gfStlile as well aa the iSSSKfaSmoe' wholesome Sauce 5tbat is made." GAvmF., &c Sold and used throughout the world.! travelers and tourists find great benefit slaving a bottle with them, john duncan's sons, ;agents fobj ae.CoIleaje Place and X Union Sqnare, New York. HABTY JUKES In Bridgeport, Feb. 9, by the Rev. x. J. Bynnott, ai tne unorcn or ere. Augusune, vm H. Harty and Florence Jukca, botjU of tbia city. Jamea M. Mathews of New York and Miaa Harriet J . Bylngton of NorwalK. OEATUb. CE0S8MAN In Weston, Jan. 30, Nancy, wife of Dea con John croasman, agea m yean. EBOOKS In New York, Feb. 3, Wm. 7. Brooks, aged K) year. Interment at MilforS. Conn. BRSW8TEB In Bristol, Jan. 28th, Deaoon Xllsha 0. Brswster, agea oy yean. widow of the late Edson W. Miller, and daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth L. Woodward, formerly of Hartford, agea 23 year. O'KEEFB In this city, Feb. 3d, Michael O'Keefe, agea av yeaia. Picked Up OK the Mlil River flat a Sharpie. The owner can have the ame on proving property and paying charges by applying to RICHARD EN NIB, 211 Eaat street. ieo st Saloon tor Sale, artENTBALLY located and doing a good business 1 . onlv small amount of capital needed. For full particular oall on or address, GEO. A. ISBELL. omoe xoaa's juook, cor. rnaisana aim aireoiw, feb4 FOR RENT. . ONE SUITE of Rooms on second floor, also Single Room, with board, terms moderate, at L f W 86 OLIVE STREET, FOR SALE. PATENT WHEEL, top wacon, nearly new, for sale Cheap. Suitable for Grocer or Butcher. A.-O' ply to J. R. GTLDEA, 235 Congress avenne. tep -a Rooms to Rent. ONE unfurnished, alcove room, with heat and gas, also furnished room, f eb 2t . Apply at 9 HOME PLACE. FOR RENT. t HANDSOME, WELL-LIGHTED OFFICE, in Central Block, 270 Chapel street, also commodi ous and pleasant desk room in FRONT office, Boom no. I, same Duuaing. Apply to JUilEl xiUJ&Jn.a.n, jHwm aa, feb 270 Chapel street, STABLE JI4MRE O BALED PROPOSALS will be received until Mon- a dav evening. Feb. 9tn. for tne manure oz tne tables of the air Haven and WeBtville Horse Bail road comnanv. for one vear. The stable at Fair Ha ven will contain about 90, and that at Westville about 38 horse. Bidders will state the price offered for each horse, and can bid for both stables together, or ior enner one separately, for luruwr iiuuruwiu apply to the subscriber, H. B. IVES, Pres. leD n FINE STATIONERY. FINEST NOTE PAPE3 AND ENVELOPES, BEST QUALITY CALLING CARDS and CARD ENVELOPES. CARD CABINETS or COBBESPONDENCE CABDS and ENVELOPES. CARD PLATE MONOGRAM and ADDRESS DIES Engraved in best manner. DESIGNING. ILLUMINATING, And all things pertaining to Art in the Stationery trade JCxecuteu in tne Dest manner aua oauuMjuoa Guaranteed. Playing Cards, Good and Cheap, New Lot, BEST QUALITY BLOT PADS, BEST QUALITY GOLD and STEEL PEN3, SUPERIOR INKS, PENCILS, ERASING RUBBER, ET0., ETC. PECK SPERRY'S, 163 Chapel (Street, Under Elliott House, f .b Opposite Opera House. inriw uyy y S. SILVERTHAU & SON, SOLE AGENTS FOR THE Borel & Goivoisier, WATCHES, The most amis Uss;srs mads. All those who are in want of an accurate time -keeper should examine this Watch. Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Goods, Kings, Clocks, Etc. All grades of fine Swiss and Ameri can Watches sold at lower prices than any other Jeweler in this State Call and examine our prices. You can save money by buying of us. s. warn m, 94 Orange St.. New Haven. Ct. Home for tne Friendless. THE monthly meeting of the manager of the Home for the Friendlea will be held at the residence of Mrs. T. H. Bishop, 215 Church street, on Wednesday, Feb. etb, at 3 o'clock p. m. . IO A. A. J.. nBU J. B1 CaMi He-filled and Re-stocked Goods of Choice Selections Prices Loir - EAUTIfUIi Gold and Silvsr WatchM of well- known and reliable makes. We eao guarantee all our goods to bs as represented. Have sold to thou sands in this and neighboring towns. Plain Gold and Elegant Stone Kings in great profusion. Look at our silverware Department before purchasing elsewhere. They are etandard goods. Speclavl attention to Watch and Jewelry Repairing, and also to engraving in all branches. The best work. All are welcome to call and examine goods. GEO. L. STREETER, SO. 232 chajpei street. jaaidarw Diatriot of New Haven aa. Probate Court,) January 38 th, 1880. f ESTATE of WILLIAM T. NOKTHKOP, of New HaTen, In said district, assigning debtor. The Court of Probate for the District of New Hayen hath limited and allowed three months from the date hereof, for the creditora of said estate, represented in solvent, in which to exhibit their claims thereto ; and ha appointed 8. Harrison Wagner and Frederick Bota ford, both of said New Haren, commissioners to re ceive and examine aaid claims ; and baa ordered that said Oommlssionere meet at the offioe of B. Harrison Wagner, No. ev Church street, in said New Haven, on the BOth of March, and tne Both day of April, 1880, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on each of aaid days, for the pnrpoaa of attending on the business of aaid ap pointment. Certified from record1, SAMUEL A. YORK, Judge. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to j.29t BAM'Ii W. MUBLBTJ&T, Trustee. E. CHAD WICK, Pattern and Model Alalter, Job blng. At Brett at; Brown's, S Artisan Street. ja 6f I Floor Cheaper! NOW buy what you want as wholesale prices X will receive this week a large lot of the best New Pro cess Flour, and I shall sell it cheap. Call and see the quality. Atso jrsttuy jriour a. y.bu a Dsrrei. ins Creamery Butter, SOo per lb. rairy Butter, 25e per lb. Another cargo of tbat splendid IaEHIGH COAL At 35o a ton cheaper than any other dealer will sell a poor quality. George Hughes, IUDEPKSiDEXT DEALEB, fS 34 Chnrch Street. TRADES KEN'S National Bank Stock. Merchants " " " Ya'e " " N. H. Gas light Co. Stock. F. H. and WeetvWe Horse B. B. Co. Stock. State street Horse B. B. Co. Block. Orilley Co. Stock. Wanted by SAMUEL H. B aBBOWS, Dealer tn investment Securitiea, Tale National Bank Building, f2 Boom 4. GL. ASS WARE. "BATOTWITHSTANDING tbe advance of -20 per cent., Xej we continue to e.U Olass Ware at tbe old price., owing to the fact of having a large order in before the advanoe. Having received 60 cases witbin the patt week, we propose to give our customers a chance to buy Cake Stands of all sizes, nigh Bowls, Goblets, T amblers, and every variety of Glass Ware at a bar gain. Also a few left of those large size at-no china Ewers and Basin at 85c ; do., do., common size, 46c Manhattan Study Lamp, nickel plated, 13.26. Also a full line of Wcoden Ware, Tinware, Brooms, Brushes, Table Mate, Silverware, and the largest line of Granite Tea and Coffee Pot. in town. We also have Barn Lan terns, Hand Lanterne, Stand Lamps, Hand Lamps, Bracket Lamps, Chandeliers, aco. And another invoioa of those handsome American China Dinner and Tea Eetsof US plroea, $16. C H. CLARKE CO . 90 Gnorcn Street, near Chapel St. The best of Kerosene Oil, live red. A. M. RICE, D. D. S,. (Gbaduatb or BALTiaroBB Ductal Ooluoi,) Formerly with Dr. Stevens, baa removed his offloe to No. 75 Orange Street, rive -Doors Sonth of Cnmpel Street. All operations in Dentist 7 performed in tne best manner at moderate pnoee .2 tf Cans called for and dc-fSeod NOTICE. Niw Hatxh ahd Kobthakpton Compabt.) TBxaarBBB'a Ofbtob, y New Haven, January 38th, 180. j f IHE holders of the Convertible Bonds of this Oom M. pany, due April 1st, 1880, and January let, 1882, are hereby notified that tbe optu n glvea thea to ex- -change said Bonds (at par) for the new Ooncolidatrd Sinking Fond Bonds bearing six p-r cent, interest, se cured by mortAe. will be withdrawn and terminated on the lath day of February nxt. Ja316t EDWARD A. BAY, Treasurer, SPECIAL NOTICE! Outtomei i say a pleasant change ha taken place at the Old Stand, 46 Church, Cer. Crown St. Bespectf nl attention to all who will call at "Oaks' Corner." Stock of goods all f reeh and new to select from. Prices will suit those who like to pay cash Dried Frnlls, Pitted Cberries, Rasp. 5uAltLI-:! AI. OAsU. V. B. Try oar Mocha anl Java Coffee drawn from juanenaraa ratent uonee urn una evening. JaSI 0. H. O. S. W. Mearle, Sarveyor and Civil Engineer, Kstwlnsra BsudIk Bnlldius;, 81 CHUBOH tlTBEET. No. 3 Conn. oT Store Fixtures for Hale. A FINB lot of movable shelving, two counters 2 match, (all cabinet work) also show esses. The whole suitable either for gents' f urniahers, hatter or muimen. ao aa sw a eu a.uapea siraet. JaMeoalm . A. THILL. To-Day'. Convention A Lively Ccn test In Prospect Strenarth of tne Blaine Boom Grant lAkely to Cevp ture tne Belea;etton. . Haeeisbtteo, Deb. 3. lliere is now every indication that the Bepablioan State Conven tion to-morrow will be the scene of a lively contest between the friends of Senator Blaine and Senator Cameron. Notwithstanding the desire of Blaine, as expressed In a letter to his representative here, that harmonious con currence should be effeoted looking to his se lection as the second choice of Pennsylvania at Chicago, ho friends among the delegate this evening decided to go into the oonteat and attempt to wrest an endorsement of their choice in the convention. At the Blaine cau cus, held in one of the parlors of the Loehiel Honse, one hundred and nine delegates de clared him their choice, and then adjourned to the general canons of delegates, held in the dining room of the same hotel. At this meet ing a test vote was pressed as an endeavor by his friends to defeat the programme proposed by the Orantites, which consists of choosing a delegation to Chicago by the convention at large, and which should aot as a unit upon this question. The vote stood for thennit 123, against 110. The caucus adjourned with out harmonizing, and it is expected that to morrow the fight will be oontinued on the floor of the convention. The vote indicates that the Cameron men are in a majority, as the lower vote is by all parties understood to be the full strength of the Blaine men. The prospects are that the delegation to Chicago will be instructed to vote for Grant by a ma jority of about 50 votes. It is said here that the action of the .Blaine men has antagonized Cameron to such an extent that he will use all the influence possible to defeat Blaine's nomi nation, even Bhould Grant not prove the can didate. - Mr. John Hayes, who has succeeded in be- ing substituted as a delegate, has a letter of authorization from senator Ulaine, but he de- nies that it directs him to withdraw from the fight. Hayes believing that it would be a grave indelicacy will not allow publication of the letter, but is emphatic in saying that it simply directs him to use all honorable efforts to secure instructions for Blame. He, however, miers rrom it mat ne is not to maa-a a nope. less fight, which would simply intensify antag onism and destroy tne possibility of Blaine s cnanoes as second choice of tbe delegation. The Cameronian people have given this letter, of the existence of which they are fully aware. their own construction and industriously re port tnat Hayes is authorized by tne Maine Senator to withdraw from the fight. There Is a general acceptance of this withdrawal and the result is the same apparently aa though tne witnorawai naa been puonoiy announced, for it has knocked the bottom out of the Blaine boom. Mr. Hayes in conversation de clared that if after the caucus to-night there was the appearance of a possibility of break ing down the unit rule, he and his followers will, however, make an effort, but he is not at all sanguine. tub: storm. In and Abont New York Fury of tne Elements Many Wrecks Reported Fierce Oales on the New Jersey Coast Vessels Driven Ashore Perilous Ad ventures of the Crews Brave Work by the Ule Savins; Squads. New Yobk, Feb. 3. The heavy snow storm Of last night was followed by rain to-day, and tbe streets are rendered almost impassable by slush. Later the temperature was oolder, and after a flurry of snow the sun shone for a while. The storm was accompanied by a gale from the northeast, which caused the snow to drift. The horse car companies were obliged to double up their teams and even then had much difficulty in making their trips. Ferry travel on both rivers up to a late hour this morning was esteemed perilous, the blinding saow and wind ooupled with the easterly gale requiring two men to assist at each wheel, and even then the boats were landed at their slips with much trouble and muoh after the usual time. The Boston boats did not reaoh their pier until after nine o'clock owing to the fierceness of the storm on the Sound. Con sidering the severity of tbe weather and the vast delay over by the storm, the delay in the arrival of mails from all points was not as se vere as might have been expected. The East ern mail due here at 6:30 a. m. arrived at 7:16. The Southern mail, due at 7:15 a. m., arrived 10:45. The Northern mail, via the Hudson Biver road, was an hour and a quarter late. The fast mail from the South and Southwest over the Pennsylvania road, due at 7:15 a. m., arrived at 9:1a. The second mail from the same points was lour nours late. A number of persons were injured by falling on tbe streets. In Brooklyn the storm was equally severe, and a number of aocidents were reported. among others the upsetting of a coach by a sharp gust of wind, rolling the coach over an embankment and dragging the team with it. The driver escaped without injury, but the coach was smashed and the horses ran away. Off the coast the weather was very severe, and a number of wrecks are reported. Some fear is felt here regarding the lnman steam ship City of Biohmond, which was due here last Sunday morning. The northeast gale is liable to drive vessels mamng this port ashore at Barnegat Since the above was reoeived, the arrival of the City of Bichmond has been reported. The storm broxe witn great lorce overuoney Island, and great damage has been done to property along the beach. The tide rose very high, and at noon tne water naa Drosen tnrougn between the Pavilion and Hotel Brighton, tearing up the planks and flooring. The wooden pier in front of the Uoean House was almost entirely swept away. The waves rose mountains high and washed away all the bath houses left on the ground. The iron pier was shaken up, and grave fears were entertained for awhile that it would be carried away. The marine railway was entirely un der water. . This afternoon the gram elevator Telegraph, owned by Knapp k MoOard, while crossing the Hudson river to New Jersey, was upset by the storm, the top drifting down stream from the hull. There were sixteen persons on board at the time, all of whom were precipitated in the river, but were rescued in a half fro ten condition by a steam tug. Long Beanoh, Feb. 3. This ha been the most eventful day along the coast of the century. A thorough tornado set in at mid night last night and has done great damage. The roof of the United States Hotel has been carried away, so has the Mansion House roof. Many windows of the Ocean House have been staved in. The flooring of the pier has been torn up and carried out to sea. Telegraph wires are down in every direction, so commu nication with the outside world is suspended. The pavilion belonging to the pier has been. greatly damaged, six vessels nave come ashore between Sandy Hook and West End Hotel since 1a.m. to-day, and the New Jer sey Southern track, between the Highlands and Seabright, has been washed away, pre venting telegraphio communication between Sandy Hook and New Tork. The storm has been the severest that has swept this section of the country in years. The wind by mid night was blowing half a gale. now fell heavily for an hour or so, followed by sleet and rain. At 12:50 this morning, while Captain Jack Vanbrunt. a patrolman of life saving station No. 4 at Monmouth Beach, was patrol ling, he noticed a large vessel coming dead ashore about a quarter of a mile to the north. He summoned the crew, who proceeded to the spot with cannon lines, breeehes buoys and other paraphernalia. It was a bad night, tbe waves ran mountains high and washed over the vessel repeatedly, audit required skill ful maoceavering to throw the line. The vessel proved to be the three-masted schooner E. C. Baboock loaded with wood, bound from Hampton Boads to New Tork, Captain Train. A life line was thrown with remarkable aooura oy. and tbe entire crew, consisting of seven oolored men, the captain, his wife and two children, were eaved by means of the breeoh es buoys within two hours, one of the quick est feats chronicled in tne lire saving History. Mrs. Train is the first woman ever landed from a wrecked vessel In the breeches buoy. The captain and his family ware taken in charge by Mr. Keaya. - who gave them the j hospitality of his cottage, while the crew were nouaea in station i s bouse ana made com fortable. The Baboock left Hampton Boads on Friday night. - The sea was rough and the night thick. She had bad weather up to last ; night, when it cleared for a little only tedark- eu up again to an intense ae&rea, anom midnight she struck a blinding snow storm QT this afternoon ot.ua BWCb BUUA XBUlk AAKO WUW WSBW SV strong that the - captain lost control of the ship. The wind blew at the rate of sixty miles an hour. Every effort was made to put the ship about, but without avail, and nothing was left but to head her for the beach, where she eventually struok and was thrown high and dry. The shore for miles was strewn with her cargo. The Baboock at noon was all broken np, but her sticks maintained their perpendicular. Another vessel, the schooner Iiightfoot of Rockland, Me., from Norfolk, bound to New York with a cargo of corn con signed to Biohardson & Co., New York, earn ashore at Long Branch at 9 a. m. She was in the heavy surf over an hour and dragged both her anchors anrl mmn aahore- Ths ar.w of five men was saved. The vessel lies easy, ! 'h ana being a strong vessel will probably be saved. signs of decomposition. The lady's friends will not permit the body to be buried until some Changs takes place. Another Rumor If ailed. Nxw Yobk, Feb. 3. Regarding the report that Hon. Samuel J. Tilden was to be mar ried to Miss Fannie Banck, of Lewisburg, Pa ths following dispatch was reoeived In this IdEwtsBUBo, Pa., Feb. 8, I am astonished at the report. I have never been in New York and never was ac quainted with Mr. Tilden. I, positively deny au suon statements. (Signed) F annus Ranok. A reporter interviewed ex-Governor Tilden this evening regarding the rumor. He said "The story is absurd. I never heard of the young lady's name before to-day. However. the report has gained such wide circulation that I have decided to take notice of the rumor and emphatically deny that it has any founda tion wnatever, ana j. nave prepared tbe follow ing statement ior the press : xne report is as true as about nine tne statements concerning me published, that is not at alL The most thrilling and exciting of all 1 presume that the author of the rumor acted the wrecks happened while your correspond ent was in station 4 receiving the news about the Baboock. Captain Valentine had just given him the final point, when man dashed into the door and excitedly cried, "My God, captain, here's brig heading dead for the shore, scaroely half -a mile away!" The crew was hardly prepared for anything of this kind. Two men were rolling up the life rope, another was swabbing and furbishing up the cannon, and another was at work on the breeohes buoys. Every one not connected with the station made a dash for the beach. Scaroely a quarter of a mile away, heading dead on with only a foretopsail Bet, came the ill-fated vessel. One man was seen half way np the main rigging ; another was at the wheel. The waves were rolling in with the incoming tide, throwing the spray fully five hundred yards. Tne pelting rain, which almost cut the skin, blinded one as he looked sea ward, and the wind lifting up the small par ticles of sand threw it into the face viciously and painfully. Up came the vessel, sinking now in the trough of the sea, anon rising up on the crest of the wave until her keel was visible. Within ten minutes she was within hailing distance of the shore, and the hundred fishermen waiting for her in their rough tar paulins, and sou'westers watched her move ments with bated breath. A gigantio wave strikes her aft and washes her from stern to stem. To every one's horror the man at the wheel is seen Btanding fixedly at his post, while wave after wave washes over the ship and him mercilessly. She was .brought up to the beach in the words of one of the fishermen "beautifully. "She lurches upon the beachhead foremast, but swings round till she is broad aide. Then five men are seen huddling to gether in the forecastle, while one sits mournfully half naked, hatless and shoeless. ' under the lee of the cabin. Her name Augnstina is seen painted on her side. Ten minutes elapsed, when the life saving crew emerge from their house. When the gun was fired the rope snapped. Another effort was made with the same result. Finally, Garrett White, one of No. 4's men. advanced down into the surf and threw a line which cleared the vessel's side. It was eagerly seized and a rousing cheer greeted the act. The line was hauled in, but the poor sailors In their eager- ' ness to save their lives failed to take heed of the block of wood that gives the direction. ' Muoh valuable time was lost in signalling to them what to do, and they misunderstood the 1 signals, so that the line sagged and the drift wood from the Babcook accumulated between the vessel and the beach, tangled the line so that it fouled with the anchor's fluke. The next moment one of the sailors jumped over the side, grasped the line and made for the shore. He had very little distance to get over, but the rising tide and choking driftwood were obstacles which threatened to prevent the suocess of his plan. Twice he was ' knocked down, and when he was half way it seemed as though he must perish. But up he rose, staggered a few feet onward, fell again, i and last as be was being carried out by a huee I wave he was seized by two of the life men and, half dead, dragged upon the beach. He had strength enough to utter that the vessel was bound from Havana to New York, twenty-one days out, and that the captain, when he perceived the Highlands and knew that the vessel must go ashore, had gone into the cabin and blew out his brains. While he was speaking another cry was heard, and two more sailors were soon struggling in the water. One of these fellows was he who was shoeless and hatless, a mere boy. He was caught in an eddy and was nearly strangled by the driftwood. Robert Potter, of No. 4, jumped into the surf to grasp the man, out was nimseu oorae away by a reced ing wave. 'save .rotter! Save Potter! came from all sides. For a minute or two not a sound was heard bnt the roaring of the tempest. Rescue seemed impossible. Fortu nately a spar was olose at hand. With cool ness suggestive of his calling, he seized it, retaining his grip on the sailor the while. The next wave threw the spar upon the beach, where a hundred willing hands seized the gallant life saver. Five men in all saved themselves in this way, and the remaining two were perfectly willing to stay where they were until low tide. The tide is the highest that has been known here for years. All the meadow lands between Jersey City and Long Branch are inundated. Deadwood, D. T., Feb. 3. A heavy snow storm prevails at this plaoe and throughout the Black Hills. Chicago, Feb. 3. It was snowing here at 12 m. Buffalo, Feb. 3. Fifteen inches of snow here. upon the maxim of equity in jurisprudence that what ought to have been done has in fact been done. Bnt unfortunately I never naa tne pleasure oi knowing of the existence or any suon iaay. (signed; a. i. Tildxn. Further Testimony Aaalnst Ray t Nxw Yobs, Feb. 3. The committee ap pointed by the Board of Indian Commission ers to investigate the affairs of Tnai.n Com missioner Hay t remained in secret session at the Metropolitan Hotel till a late hour this evening. At the olose of to-day's session a re porter of the National Associated Press learned from one of the committee that Mr. Hayt had appeared before the committee represented by counsel, who raised ihe point that as Mr. Hajt had been removed they had no jurisdic tion. The principal testimony taken by the committee to-day was in relation to the Art zona mining schemes and a number of affida vits were submitted, which fully sustained the charges. It was also shown that Hayt's son was sent out under the name of Knapp to pur chase a mine in behalf of his father, in which Agent Henry Hart, of the San Carlos Arizona agency was also implicated. Testimony was also produced which'showed that no charges against hiart were sent to the Department of Justioe until General Fiske had made the mat ter public The committee will resume their session te-morrow morning, and it is expected that they will have completed their report by to-morrow evening. Mew York City Mews. Niw Yobx, Feb. 3. A lime shed at the foot of Ninety-sixth street, East river, took fire this evening, and before the flames were extinguished property worth $io,uoo was destroyed. The Catholic Beview is informed that the subscriptions in the Catholio churches of this diocese last Sunday for the relief of the suf fering people of Ireland amounted to $40,000. THIS OJaD WORLD. France. Bismarck's Ambition A Step Toward the Seizure of Holland. .tabis, r eD. a. An authentic dispatch re oeived from Berlin states that the German Government is preparing to send an army cf 40,000 men to the Dutch frontier, and that orders for this movement have already been given and are in progress of speedy execu tion. Much exoitement and speculation has been created here by the news. The state ment put forth by the German Government that the objeot of the movement is to prevent smuggling is ridiculed," and the general opin ion is tbat this is the first step of a series of operations planned by Prinoe Bismarck for tbe seizure of Holland and the ultimate ac quisition of Belgium. NEW ENGLAND. Maine. Meeting; of the Legrlaiature, Augusta, Feb. 3. The Senate met at the uraal hour and occupied the session in discuss ing the report of the committee on binding and printing. The committee reported a printing contract with Sprague & Son. The Senate laid the matter on the table for future consideration. The House held a short ses sion, in which but little business was attended to. An order was introduced instructing the committee on bribery to compel Wallace B. Wbite, principal in the Hwan-rlarriman bribe ry business, to appear before the committee, and testify in regard to the matter. Seven new members were added to the committee to-day, and it now stands three Democrats and four Republicans. MARYLAND, An Insane Woman's Suicide Placing- Her Head on a Bed of Xiive Coals In an Open Fireplace. Baxtimobe, Feb. 3. Miss Sarah A. Fields, a sister of Major James Fields, of Abingdon, Va., who was of unsound mind, committed suicide on Friday, at her brother's residence in Abingdon, by setting fire to her -hair. Miss Fields was standing in the dining room conversing with several members of the family when she was suddenly attacked by a fit of mania to whioh she was subjeot. She ran screaming around the room, eluding all attempts to capture her, and suddenly made a rush to the open fireplace. As she reached a position directly in front of the opening she suddenly dropped prone on the floor and placed her head on the bed of burning ooals. Before her horrified friends could rescue her she received injuries from which she died in a few hours in great agony. Her family is prominently connected in Virginia. Her brother was an officer in Stonewall Jackson's brigade during the war. THE INDIANS. Hsstiles on the Warpath Fears of a General VJprisinar. Cincinnati, Feb. 3. A Fort Buford apeoial says : Va the ztstn oi January a oano or unca- papa Indians raided Gros Ventres oamp,cap tured a herd of ponies and crossed to the east side of the Yellowstone. On the 29th a war party of Gros Ventres started out to recapture the stock, and at 1 p.- m., after a ride of forty miles, overhauled the TJnoapapaa' camp, yell ing and chanting war songs and bidding defi ance to their enemies. They attacked the oamp. The battle was a bloody one. Five were sailed and tbe stooK recapturea. xaw morning a party or tiros venires Dnsves, under Big Tail, left to again fight their ene mies. Great exoitement prevails along the Yellowstone, and there are fears of a general uprising. NEW YORK. A Woman, in a Trance. Stbacusx, Feb. 3. Mrs. Cora E. Jones, of Fulton, Oswego county, is said to be in a trance. She apparently died last Tuesday evening, having been long ill of consump tion. She was at the time of her apparent death sitting in a chair, when she suddenly closed her eyes not to open them again. Preparations for the funeral were made on Thursday, but so life-like was the face, and the lower limbs and arms being still pliable, tbe relatives decided she was not dead. The funeral was postponed till Sunday, the body placed in a warm room and physician called. The husband, however, deolined to permit the doctor to administer any restor atives, saying the Lord had permitted his wife to go into a trance, and if He wanted to bring her out alive He would do so. The body still retains its natural appear ance. On Sunday the funeral was again postponed. The face yesterday retained its life-like appearance, and there are as yet no Ireland. The Distress Spreading making Itself Felt in the Richest Portions of the Country. Dublin, Feb. 3. The daily increasing dis tress and destitution in Ireland is at last being felt in the richest and most prosperous sec tions of the oountry. Even in Olonmel, a parliamentary borough and capital of the rich est and most prosperous section of the county of Tipperary, a body of workingmen have been driven to organize a food demonstration, and threaten that unless the Mayor provides them with relief they will break open the shops and forcibly help themselves. Clonmel is a garrison and assizes town on the river Suir, which separates it from tbe county of Waterford. It is connected by rail with Lim eriok, Cork, Waterford and Dublin, so that if the local authorities are unable to cope with any demonstration greater than an ordinary riot assistance can be promptly forwarded. Q The London Times this morning in a lead ing article rejoices at the sober pnblio opinion of Americans, and trusts and believes that Parnell's pitiful game of making capital from Ireland's distress is being rapidly played out. At a meetingof the Home Rule League to-day they expunged a proposed Farnellite resolution censuring certain members of Parliament. Mr. Shaw delivered a long speech, in which he repudiated any ambition to become a Home Bule leader, and said that Mr. Butt's broken-hearted look twelve months ago had cured his ambition. The treasurers of the Home Bule League have resigned. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Parnell to Address the Citizens. Washington, Feb. 3. Mr. Parnell was called upon to-day by a large number of citi zens, many of them not Irish Americans The Bobert Emmet Association called and presented resolutions adopted by them looking to the organization of clubs in aid of Borne rule in Ireland. They found Parnell in accord with the proposition, and the officers of the as sociation had an interesting talk upon this and kindred subjeots to-night. The Parnell party attended a oonoert and ball at Masonio Temple. Messrs. Parnell, Dillon and Murdook will ad dress the oitizens of Washington to-morrow evening. The proceeds will be devoted to the permanent relief of the Irish people. Saveral Senators and Representatives will be present and address the meeting, which will also be graced by the presence of Mrs. and Miss Parnell. THE FIRE RECORD. An Insane Hospital on Fire Two of the Inmates Burned. Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 3. Early this morning the Milwaukee county insane hospital situated at Wanwatosa was burned. The 58 inmates, suffering from some kind of ailments, were taken out, but a woman named Mrs. Nealson and a man named Fred Sethroff, both mildly Insane, returned unnoticed to their rooms and perished. Their charred remains were recovered after the fire had been extin guished. Loss, $ 30,000 ; no insurance. MOVEMENTS Of STEAMERS. Nzw Yobk, Feb. 3. Sailed, the Wisconsin for LiverpooL - Arrived, tbe City of Biohmond from LiverpooL HulL Sailed, the Sorrento for New York. Glasgow. Arrived, the Scandinavian from New York. LiverpooL Arrived, the Palestine from Boston, the Lord Olive from Philadelphia, the Samaria from Boston. Sailed, the City of New York for New York. Southampton. Sailed, the Weser for New York. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. Governor Pitkin of Colorado, Senator Teller and Bepresentative Belford of the same State called in a body to-day upon the President, Secretary Bamsey and Secretary Sohurz. Their visit was in regard to the Utes. Upon general terms they want the Utes to go and go quickly. They presented their views upon the subject at large, and particularly urged the sending of troops to protect oertain settlers in the State. This subject came up in the Cabinet meeting this evening, and it was thought best to await the result of the mission of the Utes who have gone home with Gen. Adams in an endeavor to secure tbe remainder of the Utes demanded. In the meantime as a number of Utes are now here, and as they are regarded by their people as hostages, it is not considered likely that any attack will be made on the settlers. Forty-Sixth Confiress. Washington, Feb. S. Senate. Mr. Bayard, from the Finance Committee,' reported the Warner silver bill adversely. Mr. Beck said there was a minority in the oommittee who would ask to be heard on the bill. The bill was placed on the calen dar. Mr. Teller called np the bill to grant right bf way through the publio lands for the Cheyenne, Black Hills & Montana Railroad and Telegraph Company. After discussion the bill was recommitted. The rest of the day was devoted to eulogies of the late Bepresentative Clark, of Iowa, which were pronounced by Messrs. Allison, Hereford, Piatt and Kirkwood. The Senate at 2:45 p. m. adjourned. House. The bill heretofore reported from the Judiciary Committee to limit the services of petit jurors in United States courts to three weeks in eaoh year was passed. The speeches made by woman suffragists before the Judiciary Committee were ordered printed for the use of the oommittee. Mr. Cox, of New Tork, introduced a bill to declare forfeited all lands granted to railroad corporations where the terms of the grant have not been complied with. Bef erred. The House then went into oommittee, and resumed consideration of the rules. The ef fort to distribute tbe appropriation bills was defeated to-day. However, an amendment was adopted by a vote of 93 to 64, giving the Oommittee on Agriculture control of the estimates and appropriations for the Agricul tural department. Tbia action inspired con fidence in those who wanted the work dis tributed, and it was followed by a motion to give the Military Committee control of the appropriations for the army. A lengthy discussion ensued, in which it was generally agreed that the rules would be jeopardized if the bills were distributed, and the amendment was rejected by a majority of 14. The House adjourned at 4:15 p. m. Austria has decided to increase the defen sive force of her present army by an extended system of fortifications. A terrible hurricane has visited the Phil lipine Islands and destroyed several ships and also a Spanish gunboat. The steamer Strathleven, with a cargo of fresh meat in cases and live stock, from Australia for London, has arrived in the Thames. The meat preserved in the cases is perfectly fresh. The returns of the corn crop of Illinois for last year show a total yield of 305,813,377 bushels, worth $97,483,052. The corn grown there in 1870 was less than one hun dred and thirty million bushels. Steps are in progress to form a Petroleum Boring Company, to work the newly dis covered oil wells in the Hanover petroleum region, the present bores yielding an average interest of 22 per centum upon the capital invested, against 19 per centum in America. Israel Boothby, cashier of the First Na tional Bank, at Augusta, Me., committed sui cide yesterday by shooting himself in the head. To make certain of his purpose he jumped into a cistern on the bank premises, with weights attached to his feet, and then committed tne deed. A director of the bank states that the accounts of the institution are probably all right. Wanted to Purchase A GOOD MILS BOUTK. Address X, at this office. t eb. If WANTED, 3 or 4 steady men of good ad dreaa to act aa agenta for the sals of a Waahins afaohlna. Inquire of febl at H. O. LOSQ, 85 Church street. Xotmsr Man Wanted. N EXPERIENCED entry clerk; good penman and quick .t flaurea. feb it SARGENT CO. WANTED, ATOUNa GIRL as cook, reference required. Ap ply after nine to-day a. m. at febl If 68 D WIGHT STREET. SITUATION WANTED, BT A capable girl to do second work or general housework in a small private family ; good refer ences if required. Apply at flf 293 GEORGE STREET. ' WANTED, AFIR8T-CLAR8 carriage trimmer, BBO0KETT at T0TTU2, 91 Goffe Btreet. febest WANTED, A COMPETENT girl to cook, wash and Iron in a email private family ; good references required. Apply at 190 OAK STREET, f 3 tf Cor. Howard Avenue. B SITUATION WANTED. Y A respectable woman a cook. Apply at I at" YOBK bTREET. WANTED, A SITUATION by a young Scotchman aa porter in a hotel or store, or to drive a bueinesa wagon in the city; good references given. Addreaa ft "B. D. Q.," this office. WANTED. A0HINISTS, Drillers and Filers. jtno. o. oonosr. f2 Sf aflddlefleld. Conn. M WANTED, FIVE GOOD MOULDERS immediately. Steady work and good pay. Men accustomed to machine work preferred. Apply in person to CLIN TON VILLE AGL. WOBKS, Oliotonville, Oonn. Horthford Station, Air Line B, B. f 2 eodtf GIKLiS WANTED. TO MAKE PAPER BOXES. Hooker Building, cor ner of Bute and Wall streets. 130 tf p. j. OBONAN. An Active. Intelligent Gentleman NOT afraid to work, cau nave a position as travel ing salesman for W. G. RobertB & Go of Geneva, N. Y. Applications to be made to O. G. WATKI NP, 611 8tate Btreet, in person or by letter. ja29 12t FINANCE AND TRADE. (Speoial Correspondence of the Jocns ai. ahd Codbibb Jobs H. Davis & Co., Bankers and Broker, 1 No. 17 Wall street, New Tork, t Feb. 3, 1880. j Bailroad investments were strong, but the market for railway and miscellaneous Bhires was extremely quiet and devoid of any features worth developing into extended notice, and the fluctuations were within unusually narrow limits. The general speculation ap pears at the moment to turn on the signature of the proposed traffic contract to which the Erie and the Lake Shore are the principal parties. The Bond Market. There was a large business do ing in Government bonds at strong and higher prices. Stock oloied aa followa : N.Y. Oen. a: Hudson.l30V I Ohio SIX Erie -.. 48 I Western Union 104 Lake Shore 105 j Wabash 46V aiPittsburs 112 1 Union Paoiflo 93K North western 90 ?j Michigan Central.... 92 ii donref ins 1 N.J. Central 82 Bock Island 160 I Del. L. as W 8 I Del. As Hud Canal 76 IO.O. I.fl 23X Fort Wayne Terre Haute xerre Haute Pref , Paoiflo Mail 39 St. Paul 79 St. Paul pref 103 Canton..... Oon. Goal Morris 103 Quicksilver 21 Quicksilver Pref 66 Mariposa oo. prex. ........ Harlem 159 Harlem pref ......... Panama 183 Illinois Central 1MV Government bonds closed as follows : . 8. Ss. 1881. coup. .105 I New Is. coup 105V New 6s, ree 103 New 4s, reg 106V New 5s, coup 103 U.S. newi.lfs, coup.. 107 X New as, reg 106,',' D. 8, currency 6a EXPRESS STOCKS. Adams .....108 American 56 Wells, Fargo ft, Co. ..102 I United States 46 Chicago Alton 1075.' Chicago & Alton Pref .119 A & P. Telegraph.... 42 Missouri Pacific . . . Qiiincy.... .......... Han. & St. Jo H'tf'd t Erie do. guaranteed Land Grant , 40 3l New VorlA Produce lf1a.rk.eu Nxw Tobx, Feb. 3. FLOUR Dull : sales. 8.400 bbls. : State J4.60a (7.90 ; Ohio flour f 5.40$7.50 ; Western, $4.00 $6.25 ; Southern, $5,8037.75. WHEAT Quiet : No. 2 winter lied, Feb., 11.44 If : do. March, $1.47 ; No. 2 Winter Bed, May, ; No. 1 white, March. $1.44'. CORN Dull ; Mixed Western, spot, 60(;61 ; do. futures, 6459 o. OATS Quiet: Stats, 48352 : Western 47Jtfi51Wfo. per bushel. bilk ir gutet ; new plain mess, ($ . POBK Dull : sales. 100 bbls. : new mess Dork. $12.60 per bbl. LARD Bteadeir ; sales, 250 tierces ; steam ren dered, $7.87f. BUTTER Dull ; Ohio, 1528c. ; Slate, 1785r. per lb. , wuiH&isr nominal: western, si is. BUGAB Quiet. MOLASSES Steady. PETROLEUM Dull. BICE Firm. COFFEE Steady. FREIGHTS Dull. SPIRITS OF TUBPENTINE Steady at 40. BOSIN Heavy at $1 52(55. TALLOW Steady at 6. WANTED, 7 XPEEIEN0ED Shirt Ironers and Bnttcn-holeMa- MJJ er. ELM CITY BHIRT CO., Ja26tf Cor. BUts and Court Street. WANTED AGENTS for " Wm. Lloyd Garri son and His Times," by Oliver Johnson ; intro duction by John G. Whittler. Now ready splendid auoees. B. B. RUSSELL & CO., Pubj., 57 Oornhill, Boston, Maes. ja24 12t LYMAN TREADWAY, Dealer la BOYNTON'S ortable and Brick Set Furnaces, i-L'-".L:j-.-'-'! NaJ Cook, Parlor and Office Stoves BOYNTOJi'S New Elevated Oven Range, Our Favorite. ( ' I .. . .-aa i. . iz J Nos. 314 and 316, Old IVo. 186 State Street. Lyman Treadway. jalStf - Glass, Oils, Paint & Varnish i). h. giaXaItoeit & sour. English, French and German Plate Glass. English, Sheet and Crown Glass, single and thick. French Coach, Window and Picture Glass. All qualities and sizes of American Window Glass. Winter Sperm, Lard and refined Lamp Oils. Camphene and Burning Fluid. English and American Raw and Boiled Lin seed Oils. Spirits of Turpentine. Venae Turpentine Alcho. Copal, Japan, Shellac, Bamar and Mastic Varnishes. Englifh and American White Lead, dry and in oil. English, French and American Zinc Paints. English and American, Paris and Spanish Whiting and Chalk. Cremlite and Flake White, Bed Lead, Litharge. Orange and Mineral, Venetian Bed, Spanish Brown. Chrome and Stone Yellows, Verdigris. French and American Ochres. Chrome Marine. Saxony and Quaker Greens, in oil and dry. Vandyke Brown, burnt and raw Umber, dry and in oil. Tera de Sienna, dry and In oil. Paris Green, Dutch Pink, Bose Pink, Prussian Blue. Ultramarine Blue, Indigo, Blue Vitriol, Sal Soda. Sal Ammonia, Sugar of Lead, Bed Chalk. Rotten Stone, Lump and Ground Pttmioe Stone. Gum Shellac, Gum Asphaltom, Gum Arabic. Gum Damar, Be fined Borax. Black, Brown, Blue and Green Smalts. Dye Woods, Dye Stuff a, Adds of all kinds. Chamois Skins, Sand Paper, Wrapping Paper. Phosphorus, Brimstone and Match Glue. Cooper's and Common Glues. Potash, Black Lead and British Lustre. Artists Colors, Bed and Yellow Lakes, Drop Lake. Carmine, Gold and 8Uver Lead and Bronzes. Artists Brashes, Paint, Sash and Varnish Brushes. New York and Boston Whitewash Brushes. Camel Hair, Blacking, Stove and Scrub Brushes. Cloth, Hair. Kail and Tooth Brushes of every descriptton. D. S. GLENNEY & SON, m4 wtf 160 State Street. Iteal 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. ja23 tf WANTED, aMa. BT A SINGLE gentleman, a Furnished Boom, I :-8 centrally located. Address, stst'ng nrice, Jess. B. F. MOLYNE AUX, 081 Poet Office. GACDEFKOT'b Emplojueiit iiffiee. HAS coaatantly on hand help suitable for priva families, as well as for hotels, boardioir honse and restinranis. Great attention is psid by the pro prietor of the establishment in the choice of girls and women before sending them to nil a situation. Coun try calls of sny distances are promptly attended to. so irrange street, near urown street. Ja2 GAUDEFBOY. WANTED. SHERMAN & CO., Marshall, Mich., want an agent in this county at once, at a salarv of aioo nar month and expenses niid. For full nartlnnlara. ad. drees ss above. d29 dsswly WANTED TO BUS", a lot of Seoond-Hand Furniture and Car pets. Highest cash nrice naid. Orders bv mail promptly attended to, at 02U 38 OHUHOH BTBEBT. jelatt's Patent Buckwheat. Ch TONS fresh receired this morning, for sale to the aw trade at miu prioea, freight added. jaSl B. E. HALL Si SOW. $2800 i te A w' n Tel. Chit K I mrl a Ai5 njmi Gun free. For terms ad dress, . Wrth& Co., St.JjvuiMo COB'S OPERA 1IOITSK. Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings, And Wednesday matinee at 3 I'. HI., February 3d and 3d. G. H. OOE LESSEE AND MANAGES. HENRY C. JAHRETT, (Late of Jarrett & Palmer,) Will present his NEW EXTRAVAGANZA in three acta entitled FU1Y OI THE KllISTOJL ; OB A NIGHT ON THE SOUND, With a Large and Powerful Organization of Dramatic and Musical Artists. THE play is replete with Comic Situations, Lndl orous Perplexities, Mirthful Music, Laughable Mistakes, snd Beautiful Scenery. The whole preeent ing One Hundred and Fifty Minutes of Pleasurable Eujojment and Oontinuoua Hilarity. Keserved, CO and 76c. Admission, 85 and 60c. Sale oommences at Box effice Monday morniDg, February 3d. ja3l 4t COE'S OPB& MOUSE. Friday Evening, February 6th. Engagement o! the Popular Actor, MR. OLIVER DOUO BYRON, The Charming Artiste, SIISS KATE BTfiOK, And an ensemble of 40 ARTIST! 40 In the Great Play depicting life-like incidents in New York and California, entitled ACROSS THE CONTINENT. Embracing tbe services of two Distinct Companies ! Nov in the Tenth year of it j unparalleled succeeff. Pbices Reserved seats SO and 75a.; Admission US and 60c. Hale ccmmencis t Bex t-fllce Wednesday morning. Feb. 4'h. feb4 3t rECK'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Tuesday Evening:, February IO, The Boston IdealOpara Company IN FATINITZA. ! IVIeae.ru. Wn itney, Bariiebee, Fesiienden, Frotlilufitiain, - - IWinHes Phillip., Beebe, and all the old favorites. Fifty people ! Full Chorus and Orchestra, as produced h sre last December. Re served seats on sale at Loomlg' Music Store on and af ter THURSDAY morning. Feb. 5, at 9 o'clock. f3 7t The Apollo Club. HONORARY members are notified that the second private Concert will be given at the Atheneum, on Wednesday evening. Feb. 4th, at 8 o'clock. Ihe vlub will be assisted by JTfr. Naniuel S. Stanford and IIr. Ferdinand Dulcken, t-ianist, and iM r. Wull Frier, Violoncellist. Oar riages at 10. 11 8t COE'S Ol'KBA HOUSE. Thursday Evening, February 5th. Positively One NlgbtOnly. A Perfect Production of Von Suppe's Comic Opera, FATINITZA! Ulnatrated by Matin's Comic Opera Company. Tbe Entire Original Fifth Avenue Theatre Cast. Augmented Orchestral Grand Cnorus I New and Magnificent Scenery and Costumes. Beserved Seat, 76c and $1 ; Admission, 50 and 75c. For sale at Box Ofllco Tuesday, Feb. 3d. f J It PAGAW HOME ! Mr. Spauldlng's Second Lecture. GRAND OPERA HOUSE, Wednesday Kvenlns;, Feb. 4tb, at S. A K object-lesson in Boman Histary, w.th Descrip. tlons and Illustrations or the Ellis, Walls, dates, Fountains, Aqueduct and Baths. Course Tickets, (s lectures,) $1.75 and $1.56, at Judd's. Single Admission, (Reserved Seats,) 0 and 75 oents. ji f 3 4 Sheffield Scientific School! Tne Fourteenth Course of IaECTUKES to mechanics WILL consist of twelve lectures and will be given in NORTH SHEFFIELD HALL, Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock, beginning THIIRSOAT EVENIKG.FEB. 5tn. Tickets for the Course, ONE DOLLAR, to be had at the bookstores of Thos. H. Pease & Son and Edward P. Judd, and at the door. j a3u 6t" BOWDITGH & PRUDDEN. MANUFACTURERS OF GMJBEI1SUITES 72, 74 and 76 Orange St. Jal NOTICE. EVIEDnponby virtue of sundry warrants, and JLi will be sold at public auction to the highest bid der on the 23d day of March, A. D., 18811, at 10 o'clock a. m.,at my officeiBoom Mo. 8 City Hall.Ohurch street, Kew Haven, Conn., so much of an undivided one-half of a oertain piece of land situated in Mew Baton, and bounded south by fine street seventy-five feet more or leas, east by Maltby street one hundred and forty feet more or lea, north by land of Luolus Maltby or an alleyway, and west by land of Lucius Maltby be ing the same real estate set in the name of ESTATE OF SMITH TUTTLB, on the New Haven Grand List for the year 1878, as will pay the following named tax es levied on said Eetate, with interest and the cost of of collection, namely : a town tax of five mills on the 'dollar on Hat of 1878 ; a city tax of nine mill on the dollar on list of 1878 ; a New Haven City School Dis trict tax of one and one-half mills on the dollar on list of 1878. WILLIAM HILLHOCSB, Collector of the above-named tixes. How Haven, Conn,, Feb. 2d, 1880, fa oa3t