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VOL. XLTm-' I0DSSKBBF1G GOODS EJonaoa Cs Carpenter Eavs Juit leoaived tbe moat complete assortment of HonsskeeplDg Good ever shown, consisting ot Tebls Lin. ens, Napkins, Doylies, Towels and Towellngs, Linen ui Cotton Pillow Casinge, Fruit Cloth and Pepsins, ' WbiU Marseilles Quilta, Colored QnilU end Comfortables end Blankets, Embroidered Piano and Table Covers, Slack Batln de Lyon 811k frcm fU1S H.00 a yard. The newest Bleok Bilk to ported. Tne proper thing to here. Harris' Black Lace Top Kids, in all sizes, Juit opened. Our Winter Cloaks remaining we are selling at a large discount to clear them out. MONSON & CARPENTER, a 244 AND 246 CHAPEL STBBET. Tarnishes, Oils, &c. A fall line of Varnishes, Leads, Oils, Painters' Meta rule, Ac, 4o. Alao Lopsr's Slats Liquid. Flrst-olast goods end low prlota, at IfootU fe Law's) Varnish Manufacturers and Paint Dealers, maao s Corner Weter end CUve Streets, MALLETT THE Chilson Furnace. Special attention Is called to this Furnace. With the improvements that have been made It stands without a rival. Its success is un paralleled. 50,000 Of these Furnaces are in use to day. It is in use in many of the best houses in this city. SOLE ACTCtfTS, Brownson & Plumb, 313 Chapel Street. je31s lli'dli'lilcr's $19 Dolmans at M.9S. 30 Dolmans at 111.98. 110 Diagonal Cloth Cloaks, f t.48. f 13 Black Beaver Cloaks, t0.08. SB DlaRonal Wonted Circular!, 11 88. Ladles' Bravy Cloth Ulsters 14.78, worth $8. Misses' Cloth U latere, ia.oO. Waterproof Cloaks with Capes, S3. Children's Cloeke, $J. $1.60 and $3. Ledlee' Caahmere Suite SH, worth $18 Deaver Shawls $4.98, worth till. GREAT Drees Ocods, 8, 10 snd lajtfo. Matt lease Dress Goods, 1ifa. uoiorea ueannierss, rjxo. Black Canhmeree 19o, former price 80e. Black Cashineres 6, former price 70a. Black Oaahmeree 64c, former price $1. Black Bilk Velvet, $1. Biack Bilk Velvet, 27 Inches wide, $1.98. Black Velveteen, 880. Heavy Black Drese Bilk, 750. Good Black Batln, 650. CLEARING OUT SALE Real Toroiion Iaoe, 9a a yard. Hamburg Edgings, 3c a yard. Valenciennes Lsoe, lo a yard. Trimming Btfglnga, lo a yartf. Ladles' Ohfmlios, 2io. ladles' Drawer, 2c . La-lies' White Skirts, 20o. Madame f oy Ooraeta, amall alzeff, 19o. One Dollar Oorsetf , 89o. Alexander Eld Glove.., 8 So. 6 Button White Kid Olovea, 75o. V issea' fleecy Lined Cot too Hose, e OF DRY GOODS, Shaker Flannels, 15c. Calico for Comfortables, 8c. Cotton Batting, 9o a ponnd. Heavy Cheviot Shirting, 80. Good Bed Ticking, Sc. Gingham Umbrellas, 880. . Double Width Waterproof, 49c. Large Comforiablen, 7So. White Blankets, 780. Gray BlaLkets, Ho. English Table Oil Cloth, 800. 312 Chapel Ot. Loom Damask Table Linen, 30c. Huck Towels, 1 4 yds long, 10c. Twilled Toweling, to. 1'ure unco Mapkiue, 000 aos. Ladies' White Handkerchiefs, So. Linen Shirt Fronte, 80. Irtnh Shirting Linen, 2o. Black Worsted Bklrt Braid, 2o. Corset Steele, So esch. , White Pique, 7o. White Swiss Mnslln, Do. Plaid Nsinsook, lUo. 0. Brctzfcldcr's Great Clearing Oat Sale, HO. 813 CHAPEL STREET. Je2 dfcwstf 380 CHAPEL STBEET, DEALERS IN Builders' AND General Hardware, Cutlery FOR 8ALE, THE FINEST RESIDENCE in West Chesh. Ire. Hones Is two stories, with French roof. end ell modern oonTenlenoes ; large Barn and a other outbuildlnjr ; from to 60 acres of land to aoit Doyer ; wiu De aoia low ; terms easy. MECHANICS BANK, - 204 STATE BlfiBET. , 887 Chapel Street. FOR BENT. THE STORE AND TENEMENT Ho. 189 Ce dar street, formerly oooupied by Mr. Charles Btahl. The Store bee been enlarged and very much improved. It has been, and is, one of the beet stands in the elty for business. Also the Store oorner of Davenport end Howard avenue. Also other Tene ments for rent in different parte of tbe city. Inquire of . WU. BUTTON, f7 8t ' at Davenport Avenne. CAPITA! $300,000. Aooounts solicited and collections made on the moat favorable terms. Government Bond, of all kinde bought and sold. Certificates of Depo.it Issued Houring-Interest. News IjMert FROM ALL QUARTERS. FOR KENT. OHANDSOMB, WELL-LIGHTED OFFIOB, in Central Block, 370 Chapel etreet, also oomm odi ous and nlseeant desk room In FBONT offloe. Boom Ho. 1, same building. Apply to evUH flvan&n, iwoa u, febt 370 Chapel street. DIRECTORS, Eiibt Whri, Thos. B. Tbowbusob. John P. TarthM. - Haunx L. Oamjiok. BDwnt F. Mkhsick. Jluu Ztmnsm. Jon. A. Sfbbbx. Chas. 8. Lncra. Bun, P. Oowr.cs. Ohu. 8. Lists, Fres't. Ion F. Tottlb, Vice Preat. Chas. H. Taowaainon, Oasbieb. Jal eodbw8m BISMARCK'S ARMY BILL. (Prospects of Its Passage in the Iteichstag. ' sumed, large Bomber of Home Balers, taking part therein. Mr. Pore tar and the Marquia of Hartington -defended the Government against the ehargas of apathy in regard to the distress in Ireland. Mr. O'Donneil warmly defended Farnell and the House adjourned. NEW ENGIiANO. New ilampabire. MXN 1AT UKJS AC MAN AC. i Bt Bisas, Sua Sacs, T.OJ 6.37 FBBBUABT 10. Moos Bisas, I 8.1s a. at. ion Watbb, 11.48 p. m. Store To Rent. THE BBIOK STOBE No. 360 and 183 State etreet, two doors below the Merchant. Bank, and for many years ooonpied ee a family grocery , Of Asa Bradley ana wm. a', ureaiey. xo tne . " jsrty. for one. two. or five years, the terms will Wsur DaparfmU Weavtker Obaerwavtlona. be reasonable. Call at No. 9 Crown street, near State ' Taken at T a. m.. t p. m.. p. m. Februarv 9. street. Barometer, 39.938, 80.335, 80.478. Thermometer, 84. f3tf WM. T. BBADLEY. 33, 14. Wind, direction W, NW, N. Velocity, In I UCIUrV III iferiIZIlll mm ",mr- "w iauwBwr, w oegreea, W jaLDU THE NEW HAMPSHIRE TRAGEDY. FOR KENT, WITH OB WITHOUT steam power. rent to a satisfactory tenant. A low J. P. PHILLIPS, - Olebe Rulldiner. FOR RENT, A Desirable Store, No. lOO Con gress A venae. Inquire ef II. Me BUBWELL. degreee. Maximum Velocity of Wind, is miles 14 Bain-fall Minimum Thermometer, in lncnes .uu, per hoar. WM. D.WBIGHT, Bergt. Signal Corps, D. 8. Army, MAKRIACrKS. JslS AND Tools. NO. 280 CUAPEL 8TIIEET, 0. 0. Llallctt, First Store Below Orange St., Next Door to City Bank. . Jsl I We Are All Qolns; to BEERS' National Photographic Gallery, 242 Chapel Street, Where can be obtained line high gloss Oard Photo graphs at only One Dollar Per Dozen. The Likeness is warranted perfect and the Photos durable. The cards made St this gallery for two dollars per dozen are not surpassed by any three and four dollar cards made elsewhere In thle Stats. Imperials end Large Photographs for framing, either copies or from life, et prices low enough to suit everybody. aieieruus are eavanoing in pnos ana now la tne ims to hays your Photographs taken, aer Please oall end examine specimens of our work. nlS s CHARLES II. OAKS. 46 Church, Cor. Crown St. Stop In and Examine the Goods and Prices. You can Purchase as Low at THE CORNER STORE, AS AT ANT FJrit-Class Place in New Haven. B. BOOTH, AUOTIOITZXB.I On Tuesday, February lOtb, SOMMENOINO at 10 a. m., at the House Ho. 848 Ohspel etreet, oorner of Orchard street : Brns Osrpets snd Mattings, Walnut Parlor Suite, Cham ber Sets, Fine Bookcsae, Extension Table, Lounge. Tables, Chairs, and other Furniture, Crockery, Ac., o. 17 3t EWEK & OSUORNR, BAWKEKS ANAS BROKERS, Hembera New York 8iocK Exchange, 83 Broadway and 31 New Street, and 1308 Broadway, (P. O. Box 4031) give special attention to legitimate Mining Seooritiee and Properties. For f nil informa tion and list of deairable investment etocks, send for circular. Oorreepondenoe with Bankers and Brokers solicited. f58m CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, Boys and Olrls' Velocipedes, KAXJS JuTD BCFArjtS1 AT 88 OBNTKB STBEET. jaal OKO. B. WHITMOBB. It's Wortb. Knowing THAT yon can get more of those' fine country Tur keys and Chickens at the following price: Tur keys, full dressed, 18o lb. Chickens, f nil dressed, 18e lb. They were received fresh this morning and wont last long at these prices. Another lot of Freeh Eggs, warranted, at 20c doe. Bweet Potatoes (Delaware.) at Boo per peck. wt. Oransss st 18c per dos. More of that Apple J elly.every one likes it, only 13c Ibv4 The Best uucxwnww, w pw iu. Klse Golden Syrup, 40c per gal. 3 lbs. Bert Torkiah Prunes, 35o. Nice Oheese for 8o lb. We have Jest received e large lot of superior Tib!e Sauce, which we bought at a bargain, and will sell at 10c per battle, which is very low for the quality. Oocnmpaw Floor, 18 per PM. ; .. ' D. - EL. WEIiCH fc SOS, Nos. 28 and SO Congress Avenue. (, " , Branch Store, Aneonia,Ot. Body Brussels Carpets -IN- lew and Handsome DESIGNS. S. W. Foster. T3 ORAR6E 8TREET, MAL.TBY & SON, Merchant Tailors, Will sell the residue of their Fall and Winter Stock At aUght advance from cost. d30 tf. 34 OBNTEB STBEET. HOLIDAY GOODS! ThoM wLthing to pTirchM6 something beatitlfal, aaefal ud eoonomical for their lady relatives or friends will always find tax acceptable and serviceable present in a Stylish Bonnet or Walking Hat. These ere now being sold et greatly reduced prioes, as an inducement to those wishing to make a servicea ble and desirable Christmas Present. Miss M. E.J. Byrnes, dl3 121 ORANGE STREET, i Corner Conrs. Valentines. 18SO. A LAB3B assortment at wholesale and retail. All the Monthly Magazines for. February. Full sets Franklin Square and Seaside Libraries now on our counters. We have constantly on hsnd a fun line of Stationery Goods. Eagle Pencil Co.'s Aoademle and Automatle Indelible Pencils. We are selling Steerage Tickets to and from Europe et the low rate of 838. Drafts payable et eight at lowest rates. For sals by THR DOWNE8 NEWS OO., 6 Exchange Building. GEO. M. DOWSES,! -., JAMES J. OABB. f Proprietors. 500 Bushels Rose Potatoes. Extra Quality. PRICE LOW. Frank S. Piatt, 396 and 39S State Street. fedfcwtf STADLE MANURE. QEALtl) PROPOSALS will be received until Kon n day evening, Feb. Mb. for the manure of the stables of the air Haven and Westville Horse Bail road company, for one year. The stable at Fair Ha ven will contain about 90, that at Westville about 88 horses. Bidden will state the price offered for each horss, and oan bid for both stable, together, or for either one separately. For farther information apply to the subscriber, , JJ. B. rVXS, Free, leoeei . : Alderney Butter. THIS Butter is strictly flrst-claes, having a fresh, rosv flavor, and free from all imperfections. It will please the most particular. Price reasonable con sidering the quality, . Henry Storer, 172 Chapel Street, ; fo BVPWESS51 Valuable and Desirable Real Estate for Sale. a FIRST. The homestead of Charles A. Bray, Esq., situated on the corner of Center and Boss streets. In the borough of Fair Haven East, The lot baa a frontage of 118 feet on Center street. The house is a substantially built and commodious building, having fifteen rooms, and Is fitted up with ail tne modern improvements. Second. Two deairable lota lying west of the "Pow der House lot," so called, each lot having a frontage of eixty-dve feet upon a proposed new street oonneotlng with Prospect street in ssid Fair Haven East. Also about two acres or land on air naven tuugme, witn 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 cnown ss The narrows uomeeteaa," snuatea on ax change street, near the Blatchley avenue church, in we village or air naven. All the above must be sold to elose up an assigned estate, and any information relative to prloe, terms, etc, etc., oan be obtained by applying to either THOS. O. SLOAN. Tale Bank Building, or WILLIAM P. RILES, 370 Chapel street, Real Estate Brokers of Mew ueven, or to tne suoscriDer. WILLET HEMINGWAY, Trustee on said Estate. Fair Heven East, Kov. 30th, 1879. n34eodtf BBOWN HUNT In Falls Village, Jen. 39th, Murray A. Brown and Miss Carrie Hunt. BOOT OHAPIi In Bristol, Feb. 3, Charles O. Boot and Mies Carrie M. Ohapin. DEATHS. BISK In this city, Feb. 8th, Patrick Bisk, aged 49 yeare ana xj montus. Huh Msss of Requiem will be celebrated In St. Pat rick's ohuroh at nine o'olock Wednesday morning, alter wmon me xunerai wui taxe place. 21 Beglster and Union please oodv. M.KWIN In Mllford, Ot., Feb. 8th, Mrs. Martha T., wue ei uevia merwin, egea tw years. themselves acquainted with the detail of the crime. The ezoitement continues unabated. and the hotels and railroad depots In neigh PreviOUS HiStOry Of the YOUthful , boring towns are crowded with people earnest- - ; ly engaged in diaouming the facts as given in Murderer. the newspaper, oonoerning the outrage and murder. Soon after the arrival of the county offloials, the whereabouts of the prisoner, which had been kept seoret, was ascertained distance when Young came up behind them and made a blow at Beid with a balestiok. Beid dodged, but reoeived the blow on his shoulder. He then ran to his own house, whioh was only a few doors distant, and got a olub; but when he got back Young bad knocked Benson down, and was beating him over the head. The unfortunate man was in sensible and oovered with blood. Beid then made an attack on Young and they exchanged . ....-....... - tne worst ot th During the affray Uen- cltement Ameag the ePl - son's wife came up and beean to scream. vriaoner s.eda;ed In JsvlI-XIxo Criml- ; ud Young then fled. Officer Heffron and ni'. Antecedent. -i Sergeant Byrne, of the Flatbush poUoe. Mamohksteb, Feb. 9. Sheriff D. Horace i came up, and hearing the oauae of the Kent and Walter Oharriman. county solicitor j trouble went to Young's house. One went to of Bockingham county, to-day arriTS. at the ' fnt the other to the rear. While , .f , , . J . . -i the offloers were trying to get into the front scene of the Ixmaonderry tragedy and made : door Yonng from the rear window BURNING OF A, THEATRE. I into uia omoer a arms, xae lnjurea man was taken to his home, where he remained in an unoonscious oondition until this morning, when he died. In ere Med Coat of White Paper A lVavaafatotiirwr'a Explanation. Kxw Yobk, Feb. 9. During the last few months there has been a great inoreaae in the price of whit printing paper, and some of and this tended to increase the ezoitement. He the Western newspapers, including several in The Manager and Five Oth er Killed. MARINE LIST. POST OF HEW HAVES. Aaarran rbbuu 9. T4.-fc BMIIm.. V. . , . T T t , 1 . ' uu.uuu V audu, - J 'J. , ul,Nyw, UUU Mill HINJMAN'S M Estate anil Loan Apicy, 85 Church Street, CLARK BTTICDINO, FIRST FLOOR ltloneF Loaned on Real JEetate. Hoiieee and Lots in all Darts of the oity. Water Fronts an d Seashore Property manureciuring property xor sale or rem. Hotel Property lor rent. Furniture tor sale, centrally located. Some choloe bargaios in Houses end Lots,flrst-class, ranging rrotu (xuuu to sio.ikkj. wahitkd, fob the sprinu lemabd, l.OOO UGJVTtl, To which we will give our personal ettsntlon. ja8 Fire Insurance placed In first-olas, oompsnles. uutt Hinmii, Houses, Lots and Farms FOR SALE. Mak 3 Honwi on York Streoc. a Home on M George street. Honae on Garden street. House on Orchard street. 3 Homes on Minor street. Bouse od Liberty street. lo( on Cbauel street Bow- bjq ana iumDeriy KTenues, uoiiege street. o. t arnu in winitiKiora, isetnany ana unuxora. Iloaves and Tenements to rent Money to loan on city property. Heal felstate Office 4f Church Street. noom e uoaaiey uuuaing. umoeopea avenins. ct A Furnished Hoora TO BENT to one or two gentlemen, with or without board. 18 tf 189 YORK STBEET. FOB KENT, ONE SUITE of Booms on second floor, al Single Boom, with board, terms moderate, at 14 tV DO UhlVA B 1 tiL,tLX . Et Itooms to Kent. A PLEASANT suite of Furnlehed Booms will be rented to one or two gents st d27tf 38 ELM STBEET, oor. Orange. KOOM8 TO RENT. A VEBt desirable suite of Burnished Booms In center of city, (near Church street,) will be rented ressonsoly to one or two gentlemen. Al so the most desirable offloe In the oity for a physician. Address soaatf " A. o" Post omce, oity. Eb Bale of Obsolete and Unservicea ble Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. United Stats OBDifAwcc Aqbnot, Oorner Houston and Greene Street. (P. O. Box 1811,) New Yobk. Jaituaby 33d, 1880. SEALED PROPOSALS, In duplicate, will be re oeived at this ofiioe for the pnruhaie of Obaoleta and Unserviceable Ordnance and Ordnanos Stores, embracing Cannon, Carriages, Small Arms, Leather Work, Lead, Tools, and Scrap Material., &o.t at the various Arsenals, Forts, and Depots in the United States. Bids will be opened at 12 o'clock, M.t on Wednesday, the 30th day of February, 1880, for Stores located as follows, to wit : . Allegheny Arsenal. Pa.; Frank ford Arsenal; Pa.; Fort Monroe Arsenal, Vs.; Indianapolis Arsenal, Ind.; Kennebco Arsenal, Me.; Plknsvllle Arsenal, Md.; Book Island Arsenal, III.; at. Louil Arsenal, Mo.; National Armory, Man ; Washington Arsenal, D. U.; Watsr Tllet Arsenal, K. Y.; Watertown Arsenal, Mass. And the Forts In the following named States, to wit: Conn tot lout, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Masaachn setts, Michigan, Mew H amp-hire, Mew Jersey, Mew xors, rennHyivania, unoae isiana, Virginia, Bids will be opened at 19 o'clock. M..on Wednesday. tne xuin aay ox Karon, ieu, lor o wires iooawa as fol lows, to wit Augusts Arsenal, Qa.; San Antonio Arsenal, Texas ; Benloia Arsenal, Oat.; Vancouver Arsenal, Wash. Ter.; Fort Union, Mew Mex.; U. S. Military Academy, M. y,; and the Forts la the following named States and Territories, to wit : Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Kansas. Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon South Carolina, Texas, Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Dakota, Idaho, Indiana, Montana, New Meiloo, Utah, Washing ton, Wyoming. For list of Stores in detail, location, terms. Ac, tee catalogues, whioh can be procured on application at the Ordnanos Oihce, War Department, Washington, D. 0., at this Agency, or at any of the Arsenals or De pots ; and the Commanding Offloers of Forts will fur nish on application information as to what Stores on hand at their respective poets are for sale. Bidders will state explicitly the posts where the Stores are located which they bid for,and will give the kinds and quantities they propose to purchase. Deliveries will only be made at the various posts Where stored. The Department reserves the right to reject all bids which are. not deemed satisfactory. Prior to the acceptance of any bid it will have to be approved by the War Department. Terms Cash. Ten per cent, at the time of awai d and the remainder when the property is delivered. Thirty days will be allowed for the removal of Stores. Packing boxes will be charged at prices to be deter mined by the Department. Proposals will be addressed to the V. S. Ordnance Agency, Mew York, (P. O. Box 1811) and must be en dorsed " Proposals for purchasing Stores," with the names of the Arsenals, Forta or Depots where stored, and the names ef states or Territories in which the Stores are located. 8. OBISPIM, Brt, Col. U. 8. A., Lt. Col. of Ord., 19 6t Commanding. 20 float Securities For Sale. SHARES N. Y.. N. H. s H. B. B. Stock. Mo ALIBTEB tc WABBEN, Brokers, 80 Church Street. FOR BALK CHEAP. A FIB8T-CLASS SEWING MACHINE, entirely new, lor sat. at a great nergain. inquire at flOtf THIS OFFICE. The Histrlot of New Haven ss. Probate Court, 1 Februarv Sth. 1880. I STATE of NANCY T. PROOTEB, late of New Ha ven, iu saia ismnct, aeceaeea. te Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and allowed eix months from the date hereof, for the Creditors of said Estate to exhibitthelr olaims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will oe oenma a recovery. Ail persons -lnaeDtea to sala jtstate are requestea to mace immediate payment to DANIEL 0. PBOOTEB, Administrator f 10 2dlw with the wl U annexed, W. P. nil.es, (Notary Public and Conveyancer,) Real Estate, Loan and Collection Agency. e.COO Bents wanted. I fl Several good Tenements In Fair Hsven East mil for rent. Land and Houses for ssle in Fslr Ha ven Esst, Bsre opportunity. Mew Haven, oity and country propel ly tor ssis. I aaverttse erood OS Brains only. Manufacturers and Oommerolil Houses should use omy uiAaericaa saieiyi asee laatcli. Office, 270 Chapel Street, n Hoom Mo. 1, Who Sells the Best COAL ! ITONEI Brook Lehigh Goal. SB Sugar Loaf " " Lackawanna " Soranton " Cumberland " Wash Pea Franklin " Egg, stove, nut and pea slses. all under cover, well screened, and delivered to any part of the city. Prloe reduced. Come to me and save 60o a ton. George Huerhes. PENDENT DEALER, unurco eireet Andrew Goodman, 2No. 8S Crown Street. NEW HAVEN, CONN., XT' NOWINQ that the publio were In want of an es XV, tabllshment of this kind, opsned a Fancy and Staple Grocery store at the above number, and has proven to give general satisfaction to all who have been kind enough to patron ze "lim. His goods are of the first quality, and oan sell .hem lower than sny houss In the oity, quality oonsldsred. We tame a few of the many articles which ws have constantly on hand, comprising a stock of Orosss A Blaokwell's Pick les, Bonier Bill Pickles, Jellies and Marmalades, French Peas snd Mushrooms, Bonslees Sardines; also the favorite St. Albert Brand Sardines, Fine Italian Oils, Spanish olives, French snd Germsn Mustards, Nonpareil Capres, Pepper Bsuoe snd Catsup. 800 dosen of the finest CANNED GOODS in the mar ket, consisting of Tomatoes, Peaches, B est Peas, Apricots, Btrlng Beans, Egg Plsms, Lima Beans, Green Gsges, Corn, White Cherries, Oyster Bey Asparagus, Pins Apple, California Salmon, Baked Beans, . Eojal Lobster. Codfish Balls, Wilson's Corn Beef. . A. Kennedy's Fancy Biscuit. Holmes A Co .'a Fan cy Crackers. . Best brands of Floor, Prepared Buckwheat and Griddle Cake Floor. Finest assortment of Wines snd Liquors. Favorite brands of Imported snd Domestic Cigars. Pleass oall and be convinced that we keeD the soods we advertias, and many others that we have not space to mention. Andrew Goodman, WO. 88 ClSOWJf NTBEET. Near Muslo Hall, i doors from Ohuroh at., flO Cloodmao's Bulldtnar. FRESH POULTRY RECEIVED TO-DAY. HEVEB1L BARGAINS I -S f LBS. Best Lard, f 1.00. 1 JL Beet Sugar Cured Hams, llo per lb, 6 bars Taylor's Soap, 25c. Fresh Eggs, 30c per doz. New Honey, 12c per lb. 3 lbs. Malaga Grapee, 25c. Barley, 7c per lb. Corn Starch, 8s package. 4 lbs. Beet Laundry Starch, aSo. New Hickory Nuta, 6o per qt. Extra nioe Dried Apples, 13o per lb. Extra nioe Dried Peeled Fetches, 16c lb. 5 lbs. new Turkish Prunes, 25c. Good Prunes, 6o per lb. Good Bice, 6c lb. 3 lbs. Best Carolina Rice, 25c. J. II. KEARNEY, Cor.' Hill Street and Cong-reaa Avenne, fs F n SVBT3 S. SILVERTHAU & SON, SOLE AGENTS FOB THE Borel & Conrroisier, WATCHES, Tb c::1. iiri'.s TL::!:::;::: siais. All those who are ia want of an accurate time-keeper should examine this Watch. Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry. Silver and Plated Goods, Rings, Clocks, Etc. All grades of fine Swiss and j Ameri can Watches sold at lower prices than any other J eweler in this State. Call and examine our Tirices. You can save money by J- gig of us. . 94 Orange St, New Haven, Ct. BEJ10VAL SALE. As our present store has been rented to other parties we are ODUgea to MOVE! To save exnense and riak of breakage, we offer onr stock, consisting of Fancy Goods, -French China, Crockery, Glass Ware, Chandeliers, Lamp Goods, Etc., Etc., At from 1Q to 20 Per Cent, Dis count. Nsw la tne Opportunity for liar grains I Call and See for Yonreelf. A. W. MINOR. 85 Church Street,, fSd&w Clark Building-. .Left. LiOst or Stolen. ALABGE SCBEW DRIVES ; in Berries over 30 years; about two feet long, and of great value to our piano moving establishment. A liberal reward to whoever will return lt to the Temple of Music. 19 St o. M. LOOMI8. District of New Haven ss. Probate Court,) February 6th, 1880. f ESTATE of OH ABLE S MTJNSON, late of Wood bridge, hi said district, decessed. The Court of Probate for the District of Bew Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their account, properly attested, within said time,wiU be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted to raid estate are requested to make immediate payment to SDWABD B. MTJNSON, Adminlstrstor f9 8dlw with the will annexed. Samuel H. Barrows, Yale National Bank Building, B003I 4, Iealer in Stocks and Bonds. Investment Securities a specially. f FRISBIE &HART. Just received and In fine condi tion. Philadelphia gqnabs, Grouse, Minnesota Venison, Ohio Poultry, Very Fine Stock. Price Low. Gall and ezaauae ear stock f Salt. Smoked and Dried Flan, received espe cially tor tne Lenten Season. Alao Barhan Creamery Hatter, Flor ida and Havana Orangres, Hrettnce, Parsley, Spinach, and Celery. and 352 State Street. 350 f9 Gircnlating Library. SALL and get the last new books by Mrs. Wiotar, Holmes, Stevens, Maryatt, Wood, Braddon, Bur , Howell, Fleming, Aloott, Onida, Hoe, Prentiss, Whitney, Eliot, Trollops, Bobinsoo, and a host -of eth ers. All the society novels, travels, ad restore., as soon as published. Books called for and delivered when desired. N, B. The best help furnished ss usual. L. B. BABTBOLOHBW. : , a , 7S Oaoge Street. - the: old wokld. Germany. Tlio Relcnetaa;'a Coming; Session Pro e- uecta of Bismarck's Army Bill A Sharp Contest for tne Presidency Prospect. Beblin, Feb. 9. The German Federal Council, consisting of one' or more delegates from each of the States composing the Ger man confederation, has aooepted ie army bill. The council baring quae! advisory functions, the foot of the army bill receiving favorable consideration at its hands will ren der its passage by the Beiohstag more proba ble. The approaohlng opening session of the Beiohstag is causing considerable disoussion as to the measures likely to be introduced by the Government on important questions now pending. The straggle over the presidency of the body especially promises to be more warmly contested than any similar one for some time past. The Olerioals and Conservatives will place in nomination Connt Armin Barlzenburg as their candidate and the Liberals will enter the field in oppo sition with Herr Yon Heningsen. The dispo sition to oontest the question of the presiden cy of the Beiohstag grows out of the faot that the feeling against imposing snob heavy har dens npon the German people as proposed in the army bill increases rather than diminishes as the time lor its submission to Jrariiament draws near. The Conservatives are disposed to second Prince Bismarck's army scheme as a defensive measure, but assert that no farther hardens should be laid npon the people than are absolutely necessary to insure the safety of the empire -in oase ot a general European war. On the other hand the Liberals, while approving the substance of the precautionary steps tftnen or tne uovernment, agree wltn tne uonservauves in protesting against the levying of taxes for military purposes be yond what the immediate situation appears to call for. it is rjetievea mat nniess an nnex neoted ehanse occurs in the situatioa of the parties the Government will be most fully en dorsed by the Liberals of woom Herr von rJ.cn- inesen is the leader, it is therefore held to be possible that the coming session of the Beioh stag will witness an almost oomplete reversal of the position of the different parties. The Conservatives demand a minute examination of the provisions of the army bill and are in clined to criticise the Government for the secrecy in whioh its plans have been enveloped and for tne haste wltn whioh tne military authorities have now begun to aot. The new bill is said to lustify the conclusion that the peace strength of the army will be augmented by 25,uuu men ana tne war strengtn by irom 80,000 to 90,000 more, besides calling for the enlistment annually of 90,000 more reoruits than under the former army laws. Great Britain. The Catliolics and Ritualists. London, Feb. 9. A report is in oiroulation in Bitualistio ciroles that the rumored negotia tions between the Vatioan and Bitualistio branch of the Anglioan ohuroh have been reopened with a prospect of success. Inquiry, however, in Catholic quarters elioits the state ment that this report has no more foundation than that which belonged to similar stories whioh originated about three years ago, and whioh have been repeated only to be denied at frequent subsequent intervals. to Be- Tne Afglian Tribes Preparing new Hostilities. London, Feb. 9. Dispatches from Cabul state that Mooshki Alim, the old Ghuzni priest whose powerful exhortations have done so muoh to rally the tribes in the violnity of Ghuzni to the standard of Mahomed Jan, has, in connection with the leader just named, made a fresh appeal to the hill men to take np arms against the British in Afghanistan. Al though no serious alliance among them is said to be apprehended, still it is believed that the oall may meet with a considerable response. The treasuries and magazines of the leaders oonoerned In the Mahomed Jan movement are said to have been replenished, and it is held to be quite possible that one or more addi tional attempts will be made to shake the British strength in Cabul. They have hoist ed the flag of the BarakBzais on the battle ments of Ghuzni with the alleged expecta tion of attracting to it disoontented fanatics who are eager to be led against the British for reasons of faith and religion, and some recruits are announoed as having joined the garrison in that fortress. It is also believed that the numerous Sepoys of the late Ameer's army will follow suit. Several prominent British officers are said to - have expressed the opinion that it is foolish to talk of retiring beyond the scientific frontier as long as Ma homen Jan holds out in Ghuzni, as he is in his present position an undisguised menace to the peace of the country. It is also reported that Mooshki Alim's agent, the Fakir who was recently engaged in arousing the Mahn munds, is now occupied on a similar mission among the Shinwaris. In case an attack is made by the tribes nnder the leadership of Mahomed Jan, it is rumored it will take place about the latter part of the present month. i was eonfined In the third' story of Saunders' Hotel at Derry village in charge of Sheriff Clark, where members of the press were al lowed to see him. He lay upon the bed, wear, ing a dark suit, his ooat off and having on a neat print shirt. The wound made by his at tempt npon his own life was bandaged and ha appeared very nervous, wildly eyeing every newoomer into the room and constantly St. Louis and the Chloago Times,have already t adranoed their subscription rates in oonse quenoe. Inquiry as to the - oharacter ; and oause of the rise in paper was ! made to-day of several prominent pnblish ' ing houses and of an extensive manufacturer. Mr. Hioks, an extensive psper manufacturer, was questioned on the subject. He said that there was no combination at present among the paper makers, although an effort to limit glanoing at the window as though he would take desperate ohanoes to escape. He is of light production was made last year, when prioes weight, very slender, black eyes, black hair, j were so low that thers was no profit in the busi sliffht moustache, low forehead, his aDDearance ' ness. Daring the oontinuanoe of these low being decidedly animal and brutish. At 6 p. nsuInlll boht th"ly vH ... . v.... n .uS hand to mouth, as there the time for his hearing not having been del PP60' of r,se ?ow',bn' Ter ,ew termined npon. Sarah Dillingham, his vie- , mnoh PPF .n hnd ni he toeJ-a tim, is gradually weakening and her physi " from was no Xrlal Trip of a ereat Ironclad. London, Feb. 9. A dispatch to the Times from Borne says : An official trial of the Ital ian double-turretted ironolad Doilio, fully armed, and carrying a complete cargo of am munition and coal, has been made at Spezia. The trial was thoroughly suooessfuL Distressed Ireland Good Effects of tne Relief measures GovemmentLeana Tne Applications for Aid. London, Feb. 9. A dispatch to the Times from Dublin says : The last week added but little to the evidences of extreme distress, while it has largely augmented the resources of the relief committees and provisions of the Government for meeting the crisis. The bene ficial effect of the relief committees .Is to be seen in the quieter tone of the press and the cessation of the cry of alarm heard month or two ago. There are still deplorable accounts from some distriots, but there is generally a more hopeful spirit among the people. Though there is still great cause for anxiety and for vigilant attentions to signs of suffering which may appear in unexpected quarters, the extent to which landowners have embraced the oppor tunity of obtaining loans on easy terms is sufficient proof that the supposed barrier of red. tape has not been thought insurmountable. During the past week the number of new -applications reached two hundred, and the amount applied for was $555,000, which, added to the previous total amount of $1,825,000, makes a total of $1,880,000 since the 22d of November. The first issue of one-fifth of the amount applied for has been made to many applicants, and in eases where the Board of Publio Works are satisfied with the security they send a cir cular in advance to borrowers, enabling them to anticipate the issue. It will be satisfactory to the publio also to know that the Board take care that the laborers-employed are paid in cash, and that the amount of the first issue has been expended in substantial work of equivalent value before they give the second installment. Mr. Charles S. Parnell's attacks on the relief oommittees are condemned even by some of bis most ardent admirers. The Irishman (newspaper) ptronglv deprecates his language about the Mansion House Fond. Dlscnsslna; tne Belief Problem. : London, Feb. 9. Sir Stafford Horthoote, Chancellor of the Exchequer, in conjunction with the Bight Hon. W. H. Smith, First Lord of the Admiralty, presided to-day at a meet ing of the heads of the Irish departments, in cluding Bight Hon. James Lowtber, Chief Secretary for Ireland, and others, to devise means to cope with the prevailing- distress in that country. In the House of Commons this evening the debate on Mr. Shaw's- amendment was re. oians announce that there is not the slightest chance of her recovery. She is unable to swallow and her breathing is very labored. At no time sinoe the tragedy nas she been con scious. The anguish of her husband is inde scribable, but he talks freely oonoerning the matter. He says he never wanted the boy, but took him at the earnest solicitations of his father and because he took pity on his desti tution. The murderer is reticent, says but little and has made no written statement, ss has been reported. His claim that the shoot ing was accidental is regarded as the sheerest nonsense. James Francis Dillingham, the perpetrator of the dastardly outrage, was born in Lowell, Mass., November 26, 1859, and has lived there at several periods of his life. No aot of his is recalled by those who " knew him there which gave evidenoe of the stubborn devil in his heart whioh caused him to commit the horrible crime. His father William B. Dillingham served In the war. as first drum major in the Twelfth Maine Begiment, then in the Fifth Massachusetts Infantry, later in the Fourth Light Artillery. He did not return to his family at the olose of the war, and Mrs. Dil lingham, supposingbim dead, was married to Mr. W. D. Smith, with whom she now lives in Lowell. Yonng Dillingham attended school In Lowell and worked for some time in the Tremont and Suffolk Mills and for ths Ooburn Shuttle Company. Several years ago he lived for a time with, his grandfather, James Deally, in Lawrenoe, and in Ballardvitle in January, 1879. Mr. Dillingham, the boy's father,returned and took him to New Hampshire in April. He plaoed him with his uncle, E. N. Dilling ham, where the boy has sinoe lived. Since his residenoe here he has been to Lowell three times, on eaoh oooaaion visiting his mother and speaking well of his treatment at his home in Londonderry. He is about five feet four Inches in height, rather slender built, weighs 110 pounds, hss dark, curly balr and black eyes. His relations and former ac quaintances in Lowell are naturally muoh sur prised and shocked, as the boy was a regular attendant at ohuroh and of good nablts. T11K FLUE BEOOBD. I amount of printing, due to the revival of business, created an extensive demand. On aooount of the charaoter of this demand, the advance in price had been greatest on such classes of paper as were used for printing newspapers. There had been a large increase in the cost of paper stock, both here and in Europe, though there was no combination of the dealers in rags either in this country or elsewhere. The supply of rags was limited, both in Egypt and the Baltic ports from whioh they were shipped. There was no duty npon them, though there was npon manufactured paper. But very lit tle foreign printing paper was now brought to the United States. Most of the mills which had been idle had lately been started anew, and all others were taxed to their full capaci ty. Hince last October the pnee of paper used for newspapers had increased from three to four cents per pound, and there were no indications of a decline. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Public Prlnllna; IVby a Deficiency Appropriation Bill Is Necessary. Washinozon, Feb. 9. The oost of addi tional printing ordered during the extra ses sion, for whioh of course no provision was made in the estimates for 1879-80, presented on December 1, 1879, amounts up to about six hundred thousand dollars. Mr. Defrees has estimated the cost of this work and Is about to present the bill. This is necessarily in the nature of a deficiency appropriation bill, but is simply a statement of the cost of the extra work ordered and made neoessary by the extra session. The Democratic organ here, however, makes this faot the basis of a vehement attack on tne honesty of tne man agement of tne publio printing offloe. Horning; of a Dublin Theatre Tbe Mil itary Called Out many Accidents Re ported Otber Fires. Dublin, Feb. 9. The fire at ths Theatre Boyal, as was apprehended, resulted in the total destruction of the building. Immense crowds of people filled all the space about the theatre and in adjaoent streets, and they be came very muoh exolted. They so interfered with the operations of the firemen that it be came neoessary to oall out the military to pre vent them from endangering their lives In at tempts to preserve property. Many casualties are reported, a part of them aooidents from falling timbers and other incidentals of the fire, and others resulting from the efforts of the military !and constabulary to keep back the mob and preserve peace. At the time of sending this dispatoh the fire has not extend ed to the adjoining buildings and it is under stood to be entirely nnder control. The loss of the theatre is much deplored by all people of the city, with whom it has long been a pop ular and attractive resort. The amount of the loss or insurance has not been ascertained. Later Six Persons Killed. Dublin, Feb. 9. Mr. Egorton, the stage manager, and five others were killed at the fire at Theater Royal this afternoon. Whites all, N. Y., Feb. 9. The large steam saw mill at Fort Edward, formerly owned by J. A. Bussell St Son, and now ths property of Bradley St Underwood, was burned at 1 o'olock this morning. Loss about $30,000; insur ance, $18,000. The fire is asoribed to an incendiary. London, Feb. 9. A dispatoh from Paris to the Times says that sixty houses have been burned at Ayet, near Folx, in the Department of Ariege, and that tbe sufferers by the fire are iu great distress. Osceola, Neb., Feb. 9. The postofHoe at this place was totally destroyed by fire yester day. Nearly all the contents were saved. Loss about $8,000. Philadelphia, Feb. 9. A large brick build ing at the oorner of Berks and Howard streets, oooupied by Harpst b Montague, manufactur ers of ootton yarns, etc., John & Joseph Dai ton, ingrain carpets,- John Head, yarns, and William Top nam, was destroyed by fire to night. About 220 men were employed in the building and are thrown out of employment. The losses are estimated at $180,000. The insurance will perhaps reach half that amount. but the amount cannot as yet be ascertained. 1 NEW IOKE. A Wonderful Invention. New Yobe, Feb. 9. An inventor of this city gave an exhibition last week of a discov ery which he has made by which all substances can 'be made water-proof and moth-proof. The decoction he uses does not, it is said, in jure the finest fabrics. "What I claim," be said, "is this, that by being subjected to my prooess,aU fabrics whatever, all carpets, broad cloths, Bilks, satins, velvets, laoes, leather, feath ers, furs or anything that is woven or worn can be rendered absolutely water-proof and absolutely moth-proof at a cost of a oent a yard in such a way that none of the senses can detect the presence of the solution in the material, and it will not be injured in texture any way." "Xhere," said he, or lustre in said taking from a table a silk hat, "is a hat whioh I have worn through all the storms of the week without a particle of proteotion. It has been rained and snowed on for hours, and when I came to tbe house I merely knocked off a few drops of water that stood like shot npon the brim, and brushed it with a hand kerchief. It has received no other attention." The hat was smooth and glossy, as if it had just come from the hatter's shelf. It is said that Professor Doremns pronounces the dis covery a very valuable one. Impaled on a meat Rack. Buffalo, Feb. 9. John Diddion, after de livering a load at a meat market in Lancaster, in jumping from his sleigh struok bis head against the iron railing on whioh meat is hanged. One of the sharp books penetrated his eye and pierced through to the brain. He was released as quickly as possible, bnt cannot recover. to Death. murder In Flatbusn Beaten . With a Bnlestlclc. New Yobk, Feb. 9. A horrible murder has been committed at Flatbush, Long Island, the victim having been beaten to death with a heavy oak balestiok. . It appears that on Saturday night several colored men and three or four white men met in the liquor saloon of a German named Mahlan, oorner of Franklin and Washington avenues, - Flatbush, where they passed the evening in. playing cards. John Yonng, one of the colored men, was very quarrelsome and tried to raise a disturb ance in the place. - Finally, about 1 o'clock in the morning, he left, and it was supposed that he was going home. William T. Benson, another colored man, and William C. Beid, a white man, left a few minutes later, and they saw Young standing near the saloon. The latter approached and- told Benson that he was going to "lay him out." Beid said Ben son was too drank to fight, but that if he wanted to fight he would fight him. They exobanged several blows, when Yonng turned and ran away. The others then left for borne, bnt bad proceeded bat a short Reno Anxious, to Resign. Washington, Feb. 9. Tbe Beno court martial case has not been promulgated, Some Individual members of the court mads a recommendation to meroy, whioh was par tially oondurred In by Generals Sherman and Terry, but the President thought the offense one that should not be passed over, so he ap proved the findings of ths oourt. Beno, on learning this fact, telegraphed for permission to resign in order to avoid dismissal. This request is now being considered by the Presi dent, and until it is disposed of the proceed ings of the oourt martial case will not be giv en out. Capital Notes. Washington, Feb. 9. Mr. Bliss, of New York, offered a resolution in the House to-day giving the use of the new national museum in the Smithsonian grounds in this oity to the National Demooratio convention. The Evening Star to-day says Senator Ban- som of North Carolina, Representatives Far sey of Alabama and Whitaker of Oregon, members of the Demooratio National Commit tee, are favorably disposed towards holding the National Demooratio uonvention in wasn ington. A sub-committee of the House Judlolary Committee gave a hearing this morning to delegations representing commercial interests in New York and Boston in advooacy of the passage of some national measure affecting bankruptcy, whioh would be exempt from the objeotionable features of the old law. It is officially announoed that on and after the 11th of February the Department of State will be prepared to distribute ths fourth in stallment of awards made in favor of Ameri can citizens by the joint commission of tbe United States and Mexloo, organized under the convention of 1808 between the two countries. TI1IS W1C8T. Tennessee. A Terrible Double Tragedy. Mobbistown, Feb. 9. Information from Abington, Va., says in Carroll county three colored men quarrelled in , their cabin. They settled it and went to bed. Shortly afterward one got np, took an axe and ohopped off one man's head and mortally wounded the other in the neok. The doable murderer then escaped. Illinois. Collision of Construction Trains. La Salle, IlL.Feb. 9. A collision between construction trains on the Bock Island road occurred at this place at 11 o'clook to-day. The engine and several cars are completely wrecked. One oar was filled with section men, several of whom were fatally injured in ternally. Patrick MoGrier had his left arm and feet mangled and will probably die. John Moran was severely cut on the head and face. The engineer and fireman escaped by jump ing from the train. Ohio. Driven Prom Home by Scandal. MrDDLBTOWN, Feb. 9. W. S. Marshall, cashier of the First National Bank, left his home last Thursday night nnder peculiar cir cumstances. Some time sinoe a scandal was circulated coupling his name with that of a Miss Langdon. The story was thought to have been entirely refuted. Marshall, however, claims, In letters left ex plaining his departure, that he has been re cently annoyed by letters threatening a re vival of tbe scandal, and being of a sensitive nature, this preyed upon him so muoh that he thought everybody was suspicious of him, even to his superiors in the bank. At last he could stand it no longer, and, having conveyed his home to bis wife and left her $1,500, be departed to find some place where the tongue of the scandal-monger cannot reach him. His aoooonts with the bank are said to be all straight. Marshall has been traced to Milwaukee. It now ap pears that Miss langdon went with him to Chicago. She has returned, and says that she did so on his advice, and that nothing criminal has oocurred between them. PENNSYLVANIA. Fatal Explosion of Nitro-Clycerine. Bbadfobd, Feb. 9. This morning Howard Hackett and James Feeney started to Oolville in a two horse sleigh, carrying one hundred pounds of nitro-glyeerine. The sleigh was up set and caused an explosion. Feeney jumped as the sleigh was going over. Hackett was thrown fifty feet and instantly killed, his body being horribly mangled. A hole was torn in the frozen road twenty feet in length and fif teen in width, in whioh Feeney was f onnd still alive. The exact nature of hi injuries cannot be stated. The sleigh was torn to atoms and both horses killed. The house of Charles See- ley, fifty feet distant, was shaken to pieces by the concussion. Henry Dolloffs dwelling, five rods distant, was wrecked, and his barn was also wrecked. - - Forty-Sixth Congress. Washxnqton, Feb. 9. Senate. The presiding officer laid before the Senate a resolution from the Legislature of Louisiana asking that the Senate admit Mr. Spofford to the seat oooupied by Wm. P Kellogg, inasmuch as the Legislature whioh chose Kellogg was an unlawful assemblage, sna as -aeitogg s election was obtained by fraud and perjury. Referred to the Commit tee on Privileges and Elections. Mr. MoOall introduced a joint resolution requesting the President to investigate oertain oharges of cruelty to American citizens by the Chinese, .ueierrea to the committee on For eign Affairs. Mr. MoCall, from the Committee on Pen- slona, reported adversely on the petition of Dr. Mary E. Walker asking for a pension. The Senate, on motion of Mr. Thurman, took up the bill for continuing the Oourt of Commissioners of the Albania Olaims and for the distribution of unappropriated moneys of the Geneva Award.- Mr. Davis spoke in f svor of the bills. The discussion of the bill to continue tbe oourt of Alabama claims was continued. Mr, Jtoilins argued that congress had long ago decided against tne Insurance companies. Mr. Thurman would not attempt to make an argument on the bill at this time, bnt would say that for years before the commis sion sat the claims of American citizens were forwarded to our minister at Great Britain Before the treaty of Washington waS adopted rreaiaenc urant naa sent a message to uon- greas urging that citizen be paid by the United States the amount of olaims so that the olaims might be presented to Great Britain. Mr. Blaine protested in the name of his constituents and in the name of justioe against its passage, xne senator from unto pro posed to reoognize in the fourth section of the bill a olass of olaims that were thrown out at Geneva. He saw justioe in them. After further remarks by Mr. Blaine and Mr. Thurman the Senate went into exooutive session, and at 8:40 p. m. adjourned. Housa. After the States bad been called, Mr. Weaver, of Iowa, arose and moved to suspend the rules to test the sense of the House upon his resolution in relation to the nnanoes. The Speaker ruled that he would reoog nize the committees first. He recognized Mr. Byan, of Kansas, who offered a bill to es tablish an additional land distriot in Kansas. The bill was passed. Tne Mouse devoted most of the afternoon to the consideration of the bill to quit titles to lands In tne Hot Springs, Arkansas, and adjourned at 4 o clock without disposing of it. MOVBMKtiTS OIT STEAM HUM. New Yobk, Feb. 9. Arrived, the Vader- land from Antwerp, the City of Merida from Havana, the City of London from Liverpool. Baltimore Arrived, the Sarmatian from Liverpool. Portland Arrived, the Lake Winnipeg rom Liverpool. Plymouth Arrived, the Suevia from New York for Hamburg. Liverpool Arrived, the Brazilian from Bos ton, the Lake Nepigon from Portland, the Germanic and Oity of Montreal from New York, the Peruvian from Baltimore, the Brit ish Crown from Philadelphia. TELEGKA-PHIO JOTTiN UH. Destructive inundations have - occurred in Sardinia and Sicily. The Czar has ordered a reduotion of (he marines from 29,000 to 17,000. A slight shock of earthquake was expe rienced at Ottawa, Ont., Sunday. A dispatoh from Vienna says that Rus sian intrigues in Boumania are attracting at tention. There is a fearful famine in the Russian trans-Cauoasus distriots and serious food riots have ooourred at Shaturoalagez. The Burwian authorities are buying food in Persia. William Welob, conduotor of a freight train on the Boston and Providence railroad, slipped and fell nnder the wheels at Claren don Hill, yesterday, and was killed. John S. Verts, assistant superintendent of the Philadelphia and Atlantic City railway, who has been on trial for manslaughter In connection with a fatal accident last sum--mer on that road, was aoquitted yesterday afternoon. England has formally relieved Persia from the treaty engagement of 1857 by which Per sia undertook not to take possession of Herat. The London Times considers this tantamount to invitlDg Persia to oooupy Herat. Aaron MoKenny, of Saoo, Me., aged 102 years, 1 month and 16 days, died on Friday last, retaining his full faculties to the last. He was never in a steamboat or railroad oar, nor even made use of the telegraph. Benjamin Apthorp Gould, director of the National Observatory at Cordova, in the Ar gentine Bepublio, has telegraphed Professor Peters of Kiel, editor of the Astronomicho Naohriahten, that a great oomet is passing the sun in a northward direotion. Ashley Brown, deputy collector of inter nal revenue, and for many years in charge of the Dayton, O., office, is short in hi) aooounts $5,000, and has absoonded. Brown was a prominent local politician and enjoyed I the respeot of the business community. His defalcation and disappearanoe oooosion great surprise. The boiler in the Hawley Malt Company's house in Detroit exploded with terrific force to day, wrecking the engine house and doing $20,000 damage. Two men in the engine room were saved by almost miraculous oir onmstanoes. They were dug out of the debris but slightly hurt. The Supreme Oourt at Philadelphia yester day affirmed the decree of the criminal court of Lebanon county, Pa., in the oase of Israel Brandt and Josiah Hummel, oonvicted In Au gust last of the murder of Joseph Baber. This disposes of the matter, and nothing can save the neoks ot the doomed men but a pardon. The matoh raoe between the scullers Wil liam Elliott of BIyth and Bobert W. Boyd of Middlesborough, for 200 pounds a side, came off yesterday over the Tyne championship oourse, and was won easily by tbe latter, tour lengths ahead of Elliott. Tbe betting before the raoe was five to four on Boyd. Three burglars entered the Knoxvllle (III.) bank Friday night, bound and gagged tbe president, E. O. Kunkle, who Bleeps in the building, and beat him and burned his feet in shocking manner to make him give up tne safe combination. A time look prevented them from completing the robbery, however, and they lett with $3,200 which had not been looked up, leaving no clew to their identity. Yesterday, at Moberly, Mo., James Hay den Brown was sentenced to be hung March 2Gth for the murder of his brother-in-law, which oocurred about six months ago. Brown is the criminal who, about two months ago, attempt ed snioide, stating when be recovered that he would never die on the gallows. As he left the oourt room yesterday after being sen tenced, he was seized with a paroxysm which lasted several Honrs, and may yet nave ina ei- feot of cheating the gallows. Wants. WASTED, A SITUATION as Foreman Cabinet Maker by a thoroughly practical man of long experience. Address P. O. BOX S6, f 10 it Wee! Btrstford, Ot. 4 WANTED, HUM BEB ot Srst-olass araohinlsts by F. O. A A. . ROWLAND, eodst S3 Ohapel Street. BY A Mi lytoi ; refei WANTED. i reepeetable girl, a situstioa in a private faml. to do general housework, or take care of ohil- ; reference oiven. Oan be seen for three days at (10 It 63 WALLACE STBEET. WANTED, must be s good lsundrose and cook. Apw SdSLOMBABD STBEET, Fair Haven. A OIBL . Ply from 10 to 12 a. m., at flO It WANTED, A COMPETENT girl to oook, wash and Iron muit ooma well recommended. Apply Immedi ately at ID at 114 CHAPEL STREET. WANTED, A CAPABLE woman to do the cooking, washing; ana ironing or a privets iemuy ; reierenoes re- quired Apply before 1 i a. m., or alter 1 p. m , at 313 ELM STREET. WANTED, IN A GROCERY business in ths center of the oity, a young man from IS to 30 voars of age. Must write a good hand and have unqualified references as to his Address espsclty snd charsoter. f9 3t ME KUII ANT," New Hsven Post Offloe. BITUATION WANTED, ST A thoroughly competent person to do cooking,' washing snd Ironing in a small private family ; of oity references given. Apply st lu EAST STREET. 19 2t OI1CL8 WANTED, rjAO HAKE Paper Boxes. X NEW HAVEN PAPEB BOX CO., 1U8 Chapel Street, f9 tf Qnlnnlpiao liulldlng. tuek Two Irl8 Wanted. COMPETENT woman to cook, wash snd Iron ! alao a young girl to make hemelf uaef ul about house. Applicants must oall between 10 a. m. and 1 p. m.. sat Site bauslt door. fo Ok i 104 PARE STREET. 810,000 Wanted, On Improved Seal Estate, centrally lo cated, worth to-day more than S.20,000. nANTED Hay In, a Hosae wltu all modern improvements ; dinlnar-room. and laltchen on parlor floor ; rent not to exceed ftSOO. l OK ALE, Houses on York, Crown,' Dwight, Eim, Orchard, (near Chapel,! Heera,(near Chapel,) Washington, Jack.. Clay, ITI u n. on and JEaeton Streets. H- P. HOADLEY, Building, opp. P. O. 1 Hosdley f7tf An Active, Intelligent Oentleman laTOT sf raid to work, can have a position as travel JL lug salesman for W. O. Roberts & Co., of Geneva, M.T. Applications to bo made to O. O. W ATKINS. Ja2 12t PI4 mate Htreet, In person or by letter, WANTED, EXPERIENCED Shirt Ironers and Button-hole Ma kers. ELM CITY SHIRT CO., ja26tf Cor. State snd Oourt Street. WANTED. SHERMAN ft CO., Marshall, Mich., want an agent in this oountv st once, st s aalarv of aioil nee month snd expenses paid. For full particulars, ad dress ss above. d29 dftwly WANTED, BY A SINGLE gentleman, a Furnished Boom. oontrally located. Address, ststing price, X. 1 . MOLYNEAUX. dm Post Offloe. OAUDlJFKOV'b Employment , Office. HAS constantly on hand help suitable for prlva fsmllle,, ss well ss for hotels, bosrdlug house estanrants. Great attention is psld by the pro prietor of the establishment Iu the choice of girls snd women before sending them to All a situation. Coun try oalls of sny dlstsusea aro promptly attendod to. no urauge street, near urown street. Je'2. GATJDEFROY. WANTED T10 BUY, s lot of Saoond-Hsud Furniture sod Oar- a psts, His ii est osan prioe paid promptly attended to, at ozu Orders by mall as OHUROH STREET. WANTED. HM1 Cr.OTHKtt WHINIiKltH to repair. a uauuus if. iiAjnu, i ua; munur.il man. her !( ( Impel Street, here yon can find the beat Clothes Wrlnrrers. Camel Sweepers, Waahlng Machine.. Fluting Machines. Tea snd Coffee Pets, Granite, Irou snd Britannia Ware, iin, urocxery, uiaas ana wooden ware, American ana Imported Baskets. OH and Gas Stoves, snd a larire vs. rioty of flrst-olsae House Furnishing Goods at low pri ces. tsTry Hlcbardson's Original I.U tle Washer, tne beat In use. dfl dftwly gj.mnsfmwt's. INPEBIAL UOJTIU! Mr. Spaulding'g Third Lecture. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Wednesday Evening-, Feb. 11th, at H. A STUDY of Roman Architecture, (Arches, y-a. p:o,, eio..i ana a description or tne revealed by the lateet excavations. Course Tlokets. 14 lectures.) Sl.00 snd S1.O0. afi Jadd's. Single Aamiselon, B0 snd 7Se. f 7 lolll Tern. Forum, as Leap Year Hoclal. Excelsior Chanter. O. E. S.. will give their an. nusl Literary Kntertaioment and Leap Year Ho clal at ths ATHENEUM. on Tueadav evenlmr. rrik.February loth. Literary at 8 p. m. boclal at 19 aamlaelon, 'JQ cents. I 'it FINANCE AND TRADE. (Special Oorrespondonoeof the JODBKiLiKDCooBisB JoMM H. Davis A- Co., Banker, and Brokers, 1 No. 17 Wall street, New York, V Feb. 9, 1880. j Ths slock market to-day, npon the whole, has ruled quits strong, and on some of the speculativee decided ly buoyant. Late in the dealings an apparent raid wag made in the coal stocks down to 81 for Ltckawauns, whioh influenced adversely ths general market for the speculative stocks. The Bond Market. A very active business was done In Government bonds, and prioes were quite buoyant, particularly the four per esnts, whioh sold at MKiQ 106. Stocks olosed aa follows N.Y. Oen. Hudson.131 V Erie 47X Lake snore lua-t O. A Pittsburg 112 Northwestern. 8X do pref.. ....... .105 Bock Island 160 PacifloMail 40 St. Paul 77 St. Paul pre! 102 Canton Oon.Ooal Morris.. ...... .... Quicksilver a'S Quicksilver Pref 6S)( Mariposa do. prez.. ....... Harlem ........160 Harlem pref Panama 380 Illinois Central 104 Oovernment bonds elossd as follow : V. 8. Cs, 1881, eoup..l0f5 I New as, oonp 105V Newos,reg ....103X1 New 4)e, reg 107JJ New Ss, conp......1034 I D.H. new oonp. J08f New 4s, reg 106 X U. S. currency 6s.... EXPRESS STOCKS. Adams 108X American. 56 Walls, Fargo ft Co... 103 United States 46 Ohlos KH Western Union 104K Wabash - Union Paoiflo 92Jf Michigan Central 90Jf N. J. Central 80 i Del. L. ft W 83?.' Del. ft Hud Canal.... O. O. & I. 0 23 Fort Wayne 116 Terra Haute Terre Haute Pref.... Chicago ft Alton 107 Chicago ft Alton Pref .120 A ft P. Telegraph 43 Missouri Pacific Quincy Han. ft St. Jo 89 H'tf'd ft Erie 65 do. guaranteed.. 64 Land Grant 113 New York Produce market, Naw Yobk, Feb. 9. COTTON Firm ; Uplands, 13 ; Orleans, 13X. FLOUR Firm : sales, bbls. ; State 14.75(3 $7.80; Ohio flour t5S0f7.60; Western, S1.75& $6 26 ; Southern, $5.76(37.75. WHiSAi inn : jo. 2 winter oeu, u., ,1. 1 j do. March, $l.60ax ; No. 2 winter Bed, April, $1 51)f ; No. 1 white, Mai oh; $L47tf; No. a North west May, . - .-, OUKfl amil , aun nnina, , 00100. , uv. futures, 62S8Xc OATS Dull; BUte, 47X53; Western 4761o. per bushel. PORK Doll : sales. bbls, ; new mess pork, $13 00 per bbL - LARD Easier ; sales, Heroes ; steam ren dered, 17.60. . . BUTTER Quiet ; Ohio, 160280. ; owe, Joatw. SUGAR Steady. MOLASSES Quiet. : PETROLEUM Quiet. BICE Steady. . : , COFFEE Dull. FREIGHTS Steady. 8PIRITS OF TURPBNTIHB Quiet at 40. BOSIN Dun at (1 46950. TALLOW Steady at S 11-16. PECK'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Tuesday Evening-, February 10, The Boston Ideal Opera Company IN FATINITZA. ! Messro. Whitney, llarnebee, Fessenden, Frothtnahaiu, misses Phillips, lloebe,' and all tho old favorites. Fifty pooplo I Full Chorus and Orobnitra, as produoed h.re laat Dectmhsr. Ite sorved Rests on ssle st Loomla' Music Store on and af ter THURSDAY morning, Feb. 6, ut 9 o'clock. 13 7t District of New llavfm . I'robato Court, FflTuary 4tii, 1HK0. TESTATE of ALBERT L. liLAKKHLBK, of MIA Uavon, iu Mid district, aimianiiiii dubtnr. 'i he Oourt of Trulmte for U10 Dint net of Now Haren hath limited mnA allowed throe montba from the dat hereof, for the creditor of ald eHtatn, rrprrHeiitcd ln- otveui, In which to exhibit their claim thereto ; and baa appointed Edward It, LliiHlej an-l Charlea U, Mat thewmaD, both of aald New Haven, ooiuuilaalonera lo reuetve and examine aald clalma; and ba ordered that aald Oommlaatonera meet at 280 Ohapel atret. Boom 0, to aald Now Haven, on the ltitb of February, and the Hh ot April. 18H", at 3 o'clock in the a) teruoon of each of aald daya, for the purpose of attend lug on the buelueaa of aald ap polntiuent. Certified from record, SAMUEL A. YORK, Judfce. All persona indebted to aald estate are ' requeated to make immediate payment to f6 Ot faOBEKT T. MEBWIN, Trustee. THE KORCROSS Automatic Regulator HOT AIB FUKSTACES. Thousands Now in Use I It is adapted to any style of Furn-vce in use, and is si sily attached, either to Brick Set or Portable, with out disturbing the Furnace or Fire. Saves Fuel, Care and Danger Over-Heating I of Every machine warranted. Descriptive Circular free; Befers by permission to W. T. Canno n, O. A. Dor man, 0. L. Btrecter, J. M. Mattingly, janitor of Trinl y church. L. L. .HOWE, Proprietor, Mew England States. W AGENCY AT W. T. nwt CANNON'S. 360 STATE STKE FOR The Premises formerly occupied by K. O. Ilormaii as a Carriage Manufactory, 69 and 71 Gofia Street, suitable for any light man ufacturing business. Will be ren ted low to the right party. Apply to Brockett & Tuttle, NO. 91 nw8tmyl GOFFE HTKJUKT. Booms with Board, 4iii IN A first-class House. A pleasant suite of EhiI rooms for family of four or Ave persons. Irl ailM.va.tG table If desired. Inquire at 17 eodtf THIS OFFICE. ti Hah IjEldi vesn HOP BITTERS. IX Medicine, not a Drink,) COltTAJS-S 1 HOPS, BUCI1I", MANDRAKE, DANDELION, TBS FUZZST ill BZST MzDICaXt Qrf AXTTXEAt OV -SIX OTHH BZTTKBS. I TjHEY CTJHE I . Diseases of tbe Stomach, BowelaJ31ood, L!ver,! eye, and Urinary Organs, K crvoumeea, Slee; i and especially Female Complaints. SlOOO IN GOLD. I he paid for a ease they win not cure or heln. orf for anyuuzu? impure or injurious found In them. I ask your druggist for Hop Bitters and trythemf core yon sleep. , xake no other. I Cough Ctteb la the sweetest, safest and bestf ask vumwi, a he Bow Pai for Stomach, Ltver and Kidneys la T. CI. fs an absolute and Irresistible emw fnrf- iDrnnkenesa, use of oplam, tobacco and narcotics -f BBjHB Sena zor circular. bbbbbsseP ' atomoiabyJragskU. Hap BUM. Mfg. Co. RnbaUr, N. Y i. fl S. W. Searle, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, Ifo 9 Can, Savings Bank BuildlngV o7 . 81 CHUBOH BXfiBET.