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Feb. 28, 18S0.
mm MX. vol. xltih; New Spring Goods NOW OPENING At XJonaon & Carpenter's. Madras Ginghams, Momie Olotba, Cretones, Cambrics, Calicoes, Ginghams and Print, In the newest designs and latest patterns. Furniture Cretonnes in entirely new colorings. Ladies' Made-up Underwear in Night-Gowns, Chemises, Drawers, Baoqnes, Skirts, Corset Covers and Cor sets. LACES. We have opened a great variety of Beal and Imitation Laoes in all of the new makes. Our assort ment will be found the most complete in the city. New Hosiery and Gloves for Ladle, Children and Gentlemen. New Spring Ribbons, Buttons, Fringes and Gimps. Hamburg Embroidery immense stock at popular prices. gad iSsfcuy MENIATCJ1JJE ALMANAC. - FOR RENT, A DESIRABLE HOTJSB, No. 76 Howe street, with all modern improvements, inquire at No. TO Howe or cor. State and George streets. 27 tf N. W. ME B WIN. DnaBiaaa, 8.871 una Saws, 5.48 1 FEBRUARY 28. Moon Bscs, 9.07 a. m. IHmb Watbb, 1.00 p. D. FOR SALE. A OONVSNIBNT HO08B and (W acres of land, well stocked with fruit trees, grapes, ber .ris. etc.. a miles from Oitv Hall, near horse cars, school and churches. Would exchange for a house in the oity. Other property for sale and ex change. . X. G. SLOAN, til 6t g Yale Bank Building. FOR SALE CHEAP. A GOOD TWO FAMILY BOUSE on Cedar St, itl near new depot and railroad snop. Terms asLeasv. 6 rooms in said house to rent. Houses and Farms for sale and exchange. Money to loan, houses to tent, T. G. SLOAN ; f 27 Ci S Yale Bank Building. ; War Departm't Weather Observations. Taken at 7 a. m., J p. m., p. m. February 27. Barometer, 80.075, 30.130, 30.200. Thermometer, 39, 62, 61. Wind, direction N, 8, S. Telocity, in miles per hour, 6, 7, 3. Weather, fair, fair, fair. Maximum Thermometer, K 05 degrees. Minimum Thermometer, 89 degrees. Bain-fall In Inches .00. Maximum Telocity of Wind, 7 miles per honr. WM. D. WBIGHT. Sergt. Signal Corps, U. S. Army. MAKltlAOKB. B08WOBTH MILLARD In South Canaan, Feb. IS, Allen M. Bos worth of Cornwall, and Miss Laura M. Millard of Canaan. JaaX' FOR RENT. A LARGE WELL LIGHTED double office In Central Block, 270 Chapel street. Apply to l vm juun fluita&n, aoom it. DEATHS. MONSON & CARPENTER, 124 244 AND 246 CHAPEL STREET. Varnishes, Oils, &c. A full line of Varnishes, Leads, Oils, Painters' Mate rials, Ate, &o. Also Loper's 8'ate Liquid. First-class goods and low prices, at Booth $-. Law's Varnish Manufacturers and Paint Dealers, ma 20 s Corner Water and C live Streets. BM Cam! GOOD (tUAlITT, Warranted All Wool, 33 CENTS. Also other grades at is, 20, 25, 30, 87, 50, 60, 750, the atter as good as any sold In this city for $1. All bought before tne rise ana wonaenuiiy cneap. New Spring Dress Goods, At 10, 12, 15, 18, 25c, and up. Look at them. Odds and Ends In Wrappers and Drawers, at 15, 18, 20, 25c, Linen Handkerchiefs, Slightly damaged, bat warranted pure linen or money returned, at the ?ery low price of 3 CENTS. IKUMII SI: We have a large line of Linen Handkerchiefs, which we sell lower than our neighbors. Just look at them. Gents' Colored Percale Blurts, all the latest styles at the lowest prices, about half what you pay elsewhere, at (Sue, at 76c, at $1. Gents' New Fancy Hose, ttents' New Neckties. Gents" New Suspenders. Gents New IAnen Collars. Gents New Linen Cull's. If yon compare our prices with those charged in Furnishing Stores, it will open your eyes. Good Hair Fins, 1c a paper. Good Corset Steels, 20. Good Prints, 6c a ard. Gooa UinghaOiB, 7c a yard. Good Bed Tickmg, So. Twilled Toweling, 6c. Honeycomb Qnilts, 2Bo. Calico Shirts, 19o. . Shirt Bosoms, Sc. Wh.te bhirts, 25c. Pocket Ocmbs, lc. Corsets, 12c. Canton Flannel, 6c a yard. Heavy Huck Towels, 8Jtfc. Remnants Cambric, 3c. Crash Toweling, 3c. Bed Comforters, 76c. Children's Wrappers, 10. Basting Cotton, 12 spools for 6o. Sewing Silk, 11 0 yds., only 4c. Good Whalebones, 6c. Goad 8upnders, 10c. Black All Wool Delaine, 16c. Good Black Silk, 60c. In conclusion would say that we put today on our counters the balance of a Bankrupt Utock of full resrular made extra heavy L,adie'nd OTiev ses' s.riped Halbriggan Uee, ladies iu si zes 8, 8.Vf, 9. 9X, mioses iu tizes 6, 6, 6 "X. 7i 7X. 8, 8f, at the wonderful low and nuif orm price of 25 CENTS Per pair, and wi'l sell to onr customer just Biz pairs and no more, bo aa to gire every lady a chance as long m they last. MIL. 1 US FRANK, NO. 827 CMAPEIs STREET. THANK'S BUILDING. f24s Home Made Happy! The Magee Range. Where this PERFECT II A ; E adorn, the Kitchen, the peace and happlneasof the household 1. assured Examine them and ask for a circular. Brownson & Plumb, S13 Cbapel Street;. The Beat Oiler Ever Made for Poultry. I lie Ii est for Quality. a Turkeys, oountry dressed, large 16o, f'X small 16o. Chickens, oountry dressed. Ho. A Gee-e, 10c per lb. Docks, 163 per lb. a4LZ Come early and secure a bargain, li. Schonberger, flB a a and 3 Central market. MAL.TBY & SON, Merchant Tailors, Will sen the residue of their Fall and Winter Stock At a slight advance from cost, Ugtfi MPXHXIBSTBUT. GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE. 312 Cbapel Street. Hretzfelder 112 Dolmans for 14.96. If re tzf elder (20 Dolmans at til 98. Hretzfelder tlO Diagonal Cloaks $4.48. Hretzfelder til Black Beaver Oloaks $6.98. Hretzfelder Misses' Cloth Ulsters (2.60. Hretzfelder Waterproof Cloaks $3. Hretzf eld.r Children's Oloaks f 1.60, $1, $2.60. Hretzfelder u ales' ussnmere suits s. HretzfelderlBeaver fchawle $4 98. Hretzfelder Rich Paisley Shawls $8.76 Hretzfelder! Dress Goods 8, 10. lajtfo. Hretzfelder, Matelasse Dress Goods IStfo. Hretzfelder Colored Cashmeres 12c. Hretzfelder I Black O.ehmeres 19c. Hretzfelder Black Cashmeres 46o, former price 76 Hretzfelder Black 8U Velvet $1. Hretzfelder Black wii Velvet, 27 in. wide, $2.98. Hretzfelder;Bleok Velveteen SSo. Hretzfelder; Heavy Black Dress ilk 76o. Hretzfelder Good Black Satin 66c. Hretzfelder, Beal Torchon Laoe 3c a yard. HreizfelderiHsmbnrg Edging 3c a yard. Hretzfelder Valenciennes Lace lo a yard. BretzfelderiTrlmming Edgings lc a yard. HretzfelderjLadlee' c hemise 29c. HretzfeiderLadles' Drawers 29o. Hretzfelder Ladles' White Skirts 29o. Hretzfelder Ladies' Scarlet vests $1. Hretzlelder Ladies' Scarlet Drawers $1. Hretzfelder Men's Scarlet Drawers 75c. Hretzfelder One Dollar Corsets at 39c. Hretzfelder Corsets 76c, worth $1.26. Hretzf elder 'A'exander Kid Gloves 85o. Hretzlelder 6 button White Kid Gloves 75c. HretzfelderjMlsees' Fleecy Lined Cotton Hose 7c, HretzfelderShaker Flannel 16c. Hretzfelder Cotton Batting 9; a pound. Hretzf elder Heavy Cheviot tehirtlog 8o. ureizieiaer uooa nea xiccmg oc, Hretzfelder Hretzfelder Hretzfelder Hretzfelder Hretzfelder Breizielder Breiz 'elder Krelzfelder Hretzfelder Hretzfelder Hretzfelder Hretzfelder Hretzfelder Hretzfelder Gingham rmbreilas 35c. Silk Umbrellas $1.60. Double width Waterproof 49c. Large Comfortables 76c. White Blankets 78c Gray Blankets 4Ko. English Table Oil Cloth 30o. Huck Towels, 1 yds. long, 10c. Twilled Toweling 4c a yard. Linen Napkins 65c a dos. Linen Shirt Fronts 8o. Irish Shirting Linen 25c. Diapering 75c a piece. Black Worsted Braid 2o a piece. is reiztet aer uorset meets 30 eacn. Hretzfelder Garter Elastic 6o a yard. Hretzfelder Pins 3c a paper. Hretzfelder, Hair Pins lc a paper. Hretzfelder JBafety Pins 5c a dozen. HretzfelderTwilled Tape 1 o a roll. Hretzfelder 600 yards Machine Thread 4c. If re tzf elder White Pique 7c. esreizteiaer iuu ysras Hpool bilk oc. Rretzfelderi White Swiss Muslin 9c. Hretzfelder jPlald Nainsook 13)ic. S. Bretzfelder's Great Clearing Out Sale, NO. 312 CISAPEI. STREET. f 19 dfcwstf GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE -AT- SO. 276 HAPL STltEET, IN Dress Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, Woolens, Cottons, Prints. Hamburg Edgings and In serting! at If air Price. Immense Redactions in Ho siery and Underwear. fflcfxraii & Sftanley, 276 Chapel Street, ja!6 Jfew Haves, Cttin, HOLIDAY GOODS! 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 reduoed prices, as sn indnctment to those wishing to make a servicea ble and desirable Christmas resent. Miss M. E. J. Byrnes, dl2 m rnrner Cinnrt. If card &M Jasab. BOABO WITH. ROOMS, FURNISHED or unfurnished. Location am. -IS -. I20 Ot llfHIflH 8TBEET. i looms to Kent, MTO A gentleman and wife or two gentlemen, an elegant Buite of three or four Booms, with every convenience, location central and very desirable. Address f20tf BOX 729, P. O. Rooms with Board, a IN A first-class House. A pletsant suite of rooms for family of four or nve persons, f ri -vate tmble If desired. Inquire at f7 eodtf THIS OFFICE. Kooina to iteut. A PLEASANT suite of Furnished Boom, will be rented to one or two srents at dZ7tr M ELM STREET, oor. Oracoe. ROOMS TO KENT. A VEBT desirable suite of Furnished Booms in center of city, (near Church street,) will be rented reasonably to one or two eentlemen. Al. so the most desirable offloe in the city for a physician. Address anaatf " A. P.." Post Offloe. fMty. TALCttTT It, liUSiSEIili, Attorney-at-Law, A BEMOVED TO ' Wo. 6 Insurance Building. FRESH SHAD. Pickerel, Whltefiah, Halibut, Cis coes. Percb, Idalibnt, Smelt, Steak Codfish, Is, Oysters, Clams, Chickens, Turkeys, Capons, Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Presb Pork, Sugar Cured Bams, Shoulders, Breakfast Bacon, Smoked and Dried Beef, Sweet Potatoes, Carrots, Parsnips, i.et iucetSpinnach,Cabbaees, Turnips. JUDSOW BBOS. Provision and Packintr Co., 505 rand 507 State St., sand 354 Grand St. fi7 . NOTICE. NEW BATBH HOBTHAMPTOH 00.,') iBKAsnnn's Omoa S. Nsrw Batkh, Feb. 14th, 1880.) fTlHX Biz per sent. Bonus of this Company dne I April 1st, 1880, will be paid with interest to date oTpayment, on presentation by the holders to the un dersigned. fietapl EDWARD A. BAY, Treasurer. SAMUEL II. BARROWS, Tale National Bank Building, BOOM ISO, 4, DEALEB IK .Investment Securities. WANT til.. IYJ5 GOOD MOULDERS Immediately. Steady work and sood nay. Men accustomed to machine work preferred. Apply In person to CLiarOKVTLLLB ASL. WOBKS, Glint onTllle, Conn. Korthford Btatlon, Air Una B, B, eodtf FUK KENT, a A L AKGE HTORE in the best location on Chap el st., for ololhing, boots and shoes, or groceries. Ready for occupancy My 1st. Address f 3S tf . LOOK BOX 1,097, City. FOR RENT, FURNISHED HOUSE! On Olive street. Parlor, Bittinfr-rooro, (with bow window and conservatory). Bed-room, dining-room and kitchen on first floor. 4 bed- looms and bath zoom on aecond floor. H. P. Hoadley, f25 tf 1 Hoadlfy BnAding, opp. P. O. FOR RBITT, FINE FHONT OFFICES In the Insurance Building, suitable for lawyers or other business, at reasonable rates. Apply at Vo. 6 Insurance Building:. f25 3m FOR KENT, A FURNISHED HOUSE containing 11 rooms. "Mu with modern conveniences. Also four Booms connected end Terr desirable, on Park street. A new House on Beers strett, nsar Chapel, will b com pleted about May 1st, and rented low to responsible persons. Another in the same location will be offered for sale or rent June 1st. A. WH eELER, f2t tf 115 Jrara Htreet. FOB KENT, BRICK BUILDINd. with engine In good or der, with or without barn ; possession any time. ANDREW MABTIN, f 23 tf 19 Pearl Street. FOR HALE, BUILDINQ LOIS on Nichol, Eagle, and both sides of Nash street ; 400 leet in one piece ; price low ; teims easy. f23 tf 1 Ptarl Street, FOR SALE. fTVESIBABLE Building Lots, centrally located, ten I V minutes walk from the nost office. Alsaone Lot on Park street, 30x100 feet. A few nice Lots near the proposed new rart (abi i&oos;. inquire oi O. O. V U J. X , ja24 tfeod Boom 4. 87 Church street. FOR RBMT, The Premises formerly occupied by it. O. Dorman as a Carriage Manufactory, C9 and 71 Goife Street, suitable for any light man ufacturing business. Will be ren ted low to the right party. Apply Brockett & Tuttle, IVO. 1 GOFFE KTItEET. f 7 WftStmyl FOR SAlxE, A TRACT OF LAND on Columbus street : contains over 11.000 square feet ; will be sold for the low nrice of 900 : a bargain. Also House on West street for $1,100 ; small amount down ; a bar gain ; coat 6 years ago $2,600. MERWI fit's REAL ESTATE OFFICE, f 23 237 Chapel Street. FOR SAsjB CHEAP. MAND ON eisy terms, a Handsome Place in the western part of the city. Large grounds, mod ern frame house, snug barn, chicken pen, etc Also a first class Brick House, a few minutes walk from the post office, and a very desirable Lot for two brick blocks, one of 6 and the other of 6 houses no money required on the building lots 2 minute6' walk from P. O. and 5 minutes from B. B. depot. H. R. KNOT WELL, fl7 tf Boom 7 Insurance Building. Valuable Real Estate For Sale. jm. Pursuant to an order of the Probate Court for fjMifthe District of New Haven, the undersigned of JulflLfera for sale all the real estate belongiug to the estate of the late Harvey Barnes, deceased, and con sisting of First The homestead of the late Hurvey Barnes, on East Pearl street, in Fair Haven. Second The Building occupied in part as a store and market, together with the land on the corner of Grand aud East Pearl street. Third A. Lot of land 99 feet front on South Quloni piac streetan Fair Haven East, extending to the riv er, and including very valuable oyster grounds and privileges. Fourth One undivided half of twelve acres of wood land, in Foxon, in Eat Haven. fl7 tf A. D, GOOD YE AB. FOR SALE. FARM of about 30 acres, with good buildings and other improvements, very pleasantly situa rtfeLted in the town of Fast Haven. Very easy of access for party wishing to do business in the city or vicinity. GEO. A. 1SBELL. fll Office cor. State & Elm street, Todd's Block. Factory in Artizaii Ht, FOR KENT, WITH OB WITHOUT steam power. A low rent to a satisfactory tenant. J. 1. FMIL.Ii I PS, fl tf Glebe Buildinff. HINMAN'S Beal Estate aii Loan Apiy, 85 Church Street, CLARK BTJIIJtlNC, FIRST FLOOR. .11 o ii? y Loaneden Real Estate Houses and Lots in all parts of the city. Water Fronts and Seashore Property Manufacturing Property for vale or rent. Hotel Property lor rent. Furniture for sale, centrally located. Some choice bargains in Houses and Lots,nrst-clasa, ranging from $2,000 to 1 18,000. WANTED, FOB THE bPRINS 1EMAND, 1,000 BEXTM, To which we will give our personal attention. Fire Insurance placed in nrstv-claes companies. ja8 " LONG & HINMAK. Houses, Lots and Farms FOR SALE. M3 HoaaeB on York Street 2 Houses on George street, House on Garden street, House on Orchard street, 2 Houses on Minor street, House on Liberty street. lottt on Cbapel atreei How ard and Eimberly avenues, College street. &o. Farms iu Wallingfoid, Bethany and Guilford. Hooves and Xenenients to rent IVIoney to loan on city property. Heal scutate Office 49 Cnnrcn Street Boom 6 Hoadley Building, Offloe open evenings. j&24 L. F. OOM8TOOK. FOU 8ALK, PHOTOGRAPH APPARATUS, second hand, to good order. A good chance for an amateur to get instruments cheap. Apply to O. liOMAN, Photo grapher, 340 Chapel street. f26 3t $40,000 TO LOAN, IN SUMS to suit, on improved real estate, in city or vioinity. PHTEB JIcQ DAID, f28 3t 36 Hoadley Bnllding. PHOTOGRAPHS o ACTRESSES. AN A88OETMKNT of 25 Imperials sent to your address on receipt of S3.H0. Worth $10,00. Any style DekAred. Randall, 63 W. Uth St., New York. f26 6t mm & KiiLLi, Practical Plumbers and Gas Fitters, 40 Crown Street, Under Water Co.'s Office, New Haven, Conn. Jobbing promptly attended to. 3. H. BUCKLEY. 125 3m D. F. KELLY. Acme Desk Pads. Pocket, Commercial, Note, Kill and .Letter Sizes. SPLENDID BLACK INK. Closing out sale of Diaries and an onr Games. Mew Card Wallets and Fine Pocketbooks for Ladle and Gents, at PECK BPERBY'S Art, Stationery and Masic Store, 163 Chapel Street, Under Elliott Hoase, Opposite Opera Monye. f25 ADRIAN H. MCTIiliEB, Auctioneer. Wilccx Silver Plate Go. Stock AX AUCTION. ADRIAN H. MOiXKB 4 bON will tell at amotion on Wednesday, March 8d, 1880, at 13:30 p. m. at the Exchange salesroom. No. Ill Broadway, New York, for account of whom it may concern, 81S shares Wilcox Silver Plate Co, of Meriden, Conn., 2i each. fas 6t HOOAN In thJsolty, Feb. 27th, Mrs. Catherine Eo gan, aged 78 years. . Funeral on Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. from the resi dence of her son. John Eoiian, 91 Grand street. OABBBBBY In this oity, Feb 26ih, Haggle A., In fant daughter of Peter and Maggie A.Carberry,aged 6 months. COLBERT Da Winsted, Feb. 22, Garret Colbert, aged 37 years. MARINE LIST. PdBT OF NSW HAVEN. ABBTTBD RBBS1II 25. OLSABED. Bark fitlllman B Allen, Taylor, New York. Brig I Towner, Perkins, bt Croix. FOR BENT. ONE Suite of Booms ; also single room, with Do.ra, at moaerate pneet, at f 28 6t 85 OLIVE STREET. Around the World with General want. PUBLISHED In 20 parts st 50 rents each part. The most complete and elegantly illustrated book of travels erer proauoMi or John utrsBEXi. Youso. WILLIAM T. BKADLEY, No. 9 Crown Street, f 288t Only Agent for New Hsven, TO RENT. A IiABGE Dleaaant House, corner nhsnel and jjIT Norton street, online of West Chapel street -Lcrs. If reauirect. wilt be Altered to salt two iAmmefl. i&ens low to desirable parties. Apply to OHAS. A. WHITE. . 69 Ohuroh Street, TO KENT. gfcMh. A IiABGE Building on Columbus street, near EJjlj depot. It Is adapted for a factory or livery sta- ieu Die. Appjy 19 UflAM. A. VVlllXiS. f 28 eod2w 69 Church Street, S2500 a year to Agents. Outfit ana a $25 Shot O'm frw. For terms ad dress, A Worth 0 BtUmUto, For Sale or Rent. HOUSE No. 32 Clark street, containing 9 eof rooms. The house oan be sold for $3,200. Pay- aou-menis maae to suit tne purcnaser. ur it not sold within a week or two, can be rented for $20 per month by the year. Also an upper tenement in the xiuu.e no. oj uiarx street, witn an moaern convenien oes, for $19 per month by the year. Inquire of WM. IRANKLIN, f 28 it 40 Center Street. FOR 8ALK CHEAP. AFIB8T-CLASS SEWING MACHINE, entirely new, for sale at a great bargain. Inquire at f 10 tf THIS OFFICE. FOR SALE, aMkfa A NEW AND COMMODIOUS HOUSE on EilB Sherman avenue, handsomely fitted with mod-"a-ern oonvenlencee, and most pleasantly located. Will be sold at a great bargain. Inquire at f U tf " ' THIS OFFICE. "Always Buy The Best." Xbe Kew Improved I.ilit Running Demeatic Sewinar tlschine. The Beat and Most Popular l.o'K Ntitcll Sewing ITlacntne now in tbe market, Avoi i Cheap Imitations Whatever the Name. Xbe Best ia tbe Cheapest in the End. HAS eery facility for the performance of Fancy Work. Is acknowledged by all to be the best on Corset Work. Is specially adapted for Tailoring Work. Has the greatest range of work, and will do the finest, as well as the heaviest. Sold on easy monthly install ments, or liberal discounts for cash. Call and see it in operation at " DOMESTIC" OFFICE, Branch uffice. 206 Chapel Htreet, Birmingham, Genu. New Haven, Conn. f28tf ELM CITY SHIRT COMPANY, Ban' patented, Oct. II w Rented. Mch. SO MANUFACTUKEBS OF Ei.ua city inrRovED yoke shibt, 70 Court Street, New Haven, Ct. WE beg leave to inform our friends and the pub lic that we enter upon the New Year with a full stock of goods purchased before the late rite, and are prepared to sell our Shirts st the lowest prices. Onr Wholesale Department will be conducted as usual. Our Custom Department will receive special attention none but the most .kil'f ul mechan ics are employed. The most approved makes of Cot tons and superior Linens, carefully selected for our fine trade, will be used. Fine a?orelrn Fancy ShirtiDffS We have placed an order for the meet extensive and attractive assortment of French aud EcgliBh Fancy Shirtings of superior fabrics, embrac ing some three hundred different patterns of the most novel deeigns and cho'ce selected styles. 2 he style of onr Shirts is represented in the above cut. The patent bosom and neck-band make it by far the most deeira bls as to fit and service. Goods are warranted to give estiafaotion in every particular. We invite inspection of the fabric, workmanship and style of outting. st our offloe, 70 Court street, corner of State, New Haven.- We have on hand a few dozen Bhirts, made of wam sutta and other good styles Cotton, which we offer to olose at 50 and 76 oents. CITY SHIRT CO. f28tf GEO. P. MARVIN, Secretary. Aim Goodman 88 Crown Street JUST received this day. line stock of fine Creamery and Gilt Edge Butter. Pure Leaf Lard in tubs or pails. Keufchatel Cheese, From age de Brie. Swiss Cheese, Saps&go, Edam Cheese, Italian Parma3Bean, Domesiio Swiis Cheese. Porto Bico and N. O. Molasses. Byrups, Honey, Jellies and Marmalade. AH the fancy brands of Floor. Teas and Coffees pure and warranted to suit. No. 1 Shore Mackerel. Pure Boneless Codfish. Boneless Windsor Herring. Yarmouth Bloaters. Holland Herrings. Hamburger Pickled Herrings. Spiced BnsBian sardines, Spiced Anchovies, Russian Caviar In bulk or box. Fulton Market Tongues. A select assortment of Wines,Brandies acd Liquors Rye and Rock (Genuine). A fine assortment of Imported and Domestic Cigars Andrew Goodnjan, NO. 88 CROWS STREET, Near Music Hall, doors from Church st., f28 Goedman'i BttUdinir. NEW BOOKS. Tbe Christian Preacher; the Yale Lec ture for 1S79-80. " Under His Shadew." Toe last Poems of Frances Ridley Haversral. FOB 8 ALB BY f28tf F. T. J AR.TI A!V. - Now is the Time to Buy FUTURE ! AS an advance of about 10 per cent, will be made very soon. Those wishing Furniture this Spring oan save at least 10 per cent, by purchasing now. BOWDITCH & PRUDDEN, f28 72, 74 and 76 Orange St. W. P. NLLES, (Notary Public and Conveyancer,) itents wanted on St. John St. ' franklin " s s oreen ' Orange Grown " - ' Congress ave. PBOPKKTT HOLDERS should not miss food op portunities. I have several places in Fair Ha ven East for sale, (takrn under foreclosure) at a price which thoold insure a sale within 48 hours. 1 shall offer for sale next week the best f arm In the town of Brsnford (260 aoree), at one-fifth its value. Office, 270 Chapel Street, m Room Wo. 1. REPORT of the condition of THE NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK at New Haven, in the State of Connecticut, at the close of business Feb ruary 21, 1880. BZSOUBOES. LoariB and Discounts $440,687 0 Overdrafte 415 14 TJ. S. Bonds to secure circulation 300,000 00 Other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages 3e,600 00 Due from approved reserve agent 17,ssa 2S Due from other National Banks 17,710 49 Due from State Banks and Bankers. 1.281 69 Real Estate 78,068 44 Current Expenses and Taxes r-aia. 623 e Checks and othrr Cash Items 4,264 80 KThinsia for Clearine House 6,841 61 Bills of other Banks 6,086 00 Nickels ana Cents 90 00 Specie M 8 Legal Tender Notes 4,898 00 Redemption Fund with C. 8. xreaanrsr, co per oent. of circulation) 13,500 00 Total - T.TTT.TTTWS. Capital Stock paid in Surplus Fund Undivided Profits National Bank Notes outstanding Dividends unpaid - Individual Deposits subject to check.. Demand Certirlcates of Deposit Due to other National Banks $923,814 73 350,000 00 115,000 00 16,494 18 270,100 00 1,630 9 167,001 78 1.909 21 1,778 62 Wanted Immediately, A N experienced Shirt Cutter. Apply to A ELM OITY SHIBT CO., 116 tf Oor. Bute and Court Sts. Total $923,814 73 State or Connecticut,! rnnnhr nt p. HllVCTl. f I, L. 8. HOTCHKISS, Cssfiier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is . . i . 11 1m lull . true to ine oest oi my ' L. s. HOTCHKISS, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of February, 1880. n.B,Bnuxiuiu, Notary Public. Correct Attest : JAMES a. ENSLISH, ) JOHN B. OARBINGT0N, -Directors. f28 It HENRY H. BUNNELL, REPORT of THE CONDITION of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, at New Haven, in the State of Connecticut, ai me Ciuoe ui """) o. sinu, low, BESOtTBCES. Loans and Discounts $337,759 45 U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation 400,000 00 U. 8. Bonds on hand 15,100 00 Other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages 10,000 00 Due from approved Reserve Agents 231,988 24 Due from other National Banks 141,006 17 Current Expenses and Taxes Fald 6,946 61 Premiums Paid 162 46 Checks snd other Cash Items 8,513 81 Exchanges for Clearing House 14,396 97 Bills of other Banks 13,070 00 Fractional Currency, including Nickels.. 64 20 Specie, including gold Treasury certifi cates 7. - 910 35 Legal Tender Notes 06,827 00 Redemption Fund with U. 8. Treasurer, S per cent, of circulation 18,000 00 Total $1,664,684 16 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in $500,000 00 SurplusFund 112,000 00 Undivided profits 27,084 29 National Bank Notes outstanding 862,780 00 Individual Deposits subject to check 628,896 39 Certified Checks 18,766 93 Due to other National Banks 25,156 54 Total $1,564,684 16 State of Connectictjt,) County of New Haven, I, WM. MOULTHROP, Cashier of the above-named Bank, do solemnly ewear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. WM. MOULTHROP, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of February, 1880. B, I. OODOH. Notary Public. Correct Attest : JAMES E. ENGLISH,! H. M. WELCH, i- Directors. f28 It AMOS F. BABNES, ) RBPORT of the condition of THE MER CHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, of New Haven. Connecticut, at the close of business, on the 21st day of February, 1880. Loans and Discounts x oua.rat is Overdrafts 1,943 61 U.S. Bonds to secure Circulation 600,000 00 Other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages 35,1 00 00 Due from approved Reserve Agents 76,216 63 Due from other National Banks 88,609 88 Real Estate. Furniture and Fixtures 38.720 54 Current Expenses and Taxes Paid 1,104 96 Premiums raid 6,000 00 Cash Items 6,819 45 Exchanges for Clearing House 9,781 70 Bills of other Banks 6,904 00 Fractional Currency, Nickels aud Cents.. 82 CO Specie.... 7,653 91 Legal Tender Notes 16,010 00 Redemption Fund with U. 8. Treasurer.. 22,600 03 Due from Non-Rasident Stockholders. ... 83 69 Resources Capital Stock paid in Surplus Fund Undivided profits.. w otes m circulation Dividends Unpaid Deposits Due to other National Banks. . . Due to State andfrivate Banks., . ..$1,274,165 02 ...$ 600,Q00 00 61,000 00 . . . 14,674 63 ... 445,000 00 1,670 60 ... 214,001 87 35,747 12 2,07100 liabilities $1,274,165 02 I. J. C. Bradley, Cashier of the Merchants' Nation al Bank, of New Baven, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge ana Deuex. i. u. jarAu.uttx, uasmer. State of Connecticut, I County of New Haven, J Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 27ih day of February, 1880. T. PARSONS DIOKERMAN, .notary mono. correct Attest : f28 It NATHAN PECK, ) H. 15. M"win, jb., v Directors. N. F. HALL, J RE I0 RT of the condition of THE NATIONAL NEW HAVEN BANK, at New Haven, in the State of Connecticut, at the close of business on the 21st day of February, 1880. BKSOCBCES. Loans and Discounts $ 703,686 6) Overdrafts , 81 17 U. S.Bonds to secure Circulation, par val. 465,000 00 U. S. Bonds ou hand 26,000 00 Other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages 137,117 60 Due from approved Reserve Agents 84,020 66 Due from other National Banks 30,643 43 Due from State Banks and Banke'S 1,260 00 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures. . . . 32,000 00 Current Expenses and Taxes paid 4.416 46 Checks and other Cash Items 5,240 63 Exchanges for clearing house 21,664 72 Bills of other Banks 6,339 00 Fractional Currency including Nickels... 12191 Specie Uold Coin 35,120 00 Silver Coin 781 05 Legal Tender Notes 7,200 00 Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer. . 20,900 00 Total $1,680,702 90 LIAI1ILITIK8. Capital Stock paid in $ 464,800 00 Surplus Fund 203,000 00 Undlvidea froniB 4u,vi2 iu National Bank Notes outstanding 418,000 00 Dividends unpaid 2,142 00 Individual Deposits subject to check $378,163 57 Demand Certificates of Deposit, 38,623 38 416,676 95 Due to other National Banks 35,854 25 Due to State Banks and Bankers -. . 207 60 Total $1,680,71,2 93 State of Connecticut,! County of New Haven, J I. Robcbt I. Couch, Cashier of the above Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. nuriiQi i. uuuua, uasmer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of February, 1880. WM. MOULTHROP, . n oiary jruouc. Correct, Attest : HENRY TROWBRIDGE, i LOUIS H. BRISTOL, V Directors. f 28 It WILBUR F. DAY, 1 Newspaper Advertising Bureau, Advertisers whs want to reach tbe people of a State must advertise In tbe best papers printed In tbe leadlnsr towns. Tbere Is a constant call upon us to make a selection for advertisers and to name favorable prices at which adver tising may be secured. Tbere Is a wide difference between tbe prices demanded by newspapers for an advertisement to be Inserted a montb and one wblcb Is to appear for a year. Experienced and successful advertisers contract for tbe longest period; but tbere are many wbo are prevented from doing tbis by tbe nature of tbeir advertisement, or because tbe adver tisement is one wbicb tbey wish to try experimentally before making- con tracts for any extended time. Bearing In mind the wants of adver tisers we have agreements with lead ing local riapers In every State by wbicb we insert advertisements for a single month at prices approximating tbe yearly rate. So great Is the reduction from regular monthly rates, that advertisers do not understand how the advertising can be secured for tbe price which we name. Far instance : in the State of Connecti cut, a list of IS selected Daily and 'Weekly payers, which would cost 3.17 if contracted with singly, we are able to offer for $26. We secure a paper at the State capital. one in each town having aa much as 5,000 population, and at the court house town in populous and wealthy coun ties. Persons wishing a circular with lists of papers and the prices charged for advertising are desired to address GEO. P. B0 WELL & CO., lO Spruce Street, New York. f28 lm Employment llffiee. Uas cousianuy on nana neip suitable for priva .'families, aa well as for hotels, boardlnir hmu andrest.urants. Great attention is paid by the pro prietor of the establishment in the choios of girls and women before sending them to fill a situation. Conn try calls of any distances are promptly attended to. oo urange street, near urown street. ja2 GAUDEFROY. WANTED TO BpY, a lot of Second-Hand Furniture and Oar peti. Highest cash price paid. Order by mail promptlyutttendea to, at O'V I S8 OHUBOH STREET. , WANTED. SHERMAN ft CO., M.r.wn, Mich., want an agent in this ofcuntv at onos. at a aalarv of SI 00 nap month and expenses paid. For full particulars, ad dress aa above, d29 dotwly C I G- ARB. Received, this morning direct from H.EI WEST., Ten TVaousand Cigars. "LITTIiK DVKE! THAT FAMOUS BBAND. 6ILBDHT ft THODIPWir, IfSlfTfilfirt FB0M ALL QCaBTERS. New York Strikes. Four Thousand Operatives Out at Cohoes. IMMENSE STOPPAGE 01" WAGES Xey York City Mechanics (.rowing Restless. Kearney Arraigned for Contempt. Charged with Intimidating Mem bers of the Assembly. severe, far reaching and stringent measures for the punishment of the criminals who are now threatening social order throughout this capital and in other sections of the Empire. "I will know how," he says, "not only to trace these miscreants to their larking place, but to infliot npon them exemplary and condign pun ishment when they are brought before me. No plea on the part of these criminals wilj avail with me. They have already been treated with too muoh Indulgence and they are now to be stamped oat as enemies of God and man.and as wild beasts for whom extermination is the only treatment." Gen. Helikoff goes on to say that in carrying . oat this necessarily severe and meroiless policy he expects and hopes for the co-operation of all honest men. "Sooiety itself," he says, "in its own self-defense mast support the Government in the re-establishment at any coat of peace and order, and of the re sumption of regular work of the machinery of the ;StAte." General Melikoff's proclamation , is published in the journals and is placarded upon all the walls of the oity. The people re i oeive it in silence and no comments are heard in pnblio up on it General opinion throughout this oity is in favor of General Melikoff. There are rumors of nihilist disturbances in the provinces. NEW YOKE. A Great Strike Four Tnoueand Peo ple Idle A Iioss in Wages of 86,000 Daily. Cohoxs, Feb. 27. The operatives of the Harmony company, including those of mills Nos. 1, 2 and 3 and the Jute, Strong"& Ogden mills, struck this morning for an ad vance of 10 per cent, in wages and the inter mission allowed for dinner to be prolonged to one hour. Four thousand working people are directly connected with the movement, and 275,000 spindles are in enforoed idleness. The loss in wages is estimated at $6,000 daily. An Employer wbo In-Bois-A Geseral Strike The Strikers tends to be Threatened. New Tobk, Fab. 27. There is no imme diate prospect of the strike in the factory of Henry Hermann coming to an end. There are over five hundred cabinet makers and car vers on strike, and tbey meet every morning to discuss the situation. They deny the re port that thirty of their number went back to work at the old wages. Mr. Hermann said that he had closed all his furniture factories in the United States, and did not know when he would open them again, and that he would not be dictated to by men employed by him. Following is a list of shops run by Hermann and the number of hands employed, given by himself: Indianapolis, 136; Evansville, la., 139; Booneville, Mo., 106; Nashville, Tenn., 40; Paducah, Ky., 64; Brick Chapel, Ind., 90 ; New York, 918 ; total, 1,543. The fol lowing dispatch was sent to-night by Hermann to his managers : "Cabinet makers on strike here. Stop all work to-morrow morning in both the factories." Mr. Hermann thinks he may possibly open again about the 25th of Maroh if the season, which is now very dull, opens brisk. The strike of piano mafeers continues, witn poor prospeets of its termination. A general strike of plasterers in tms city is expected in a few days, and there are already nearly two hundred of them out. The bricklayers, masons, stone cutters, painters, moulders, iron workers and carpen ters, aDd in faot all mechanios, are dissatis fied with their present wages, and intend to better their condition shortly if they can. A Woman for School Commissioner. Kochesteb, Feb. 27. The Democratic con vention adjourned this evening after having endorsed M. F. Fitzsimmons, who was nomi nated Tuesday night by the workingmen for Mayor. The Republicans in the First ward of this oity to day nominated Mrs. L. Smith for School Commissioner. She is a good looking elderly widow, and will push the can vass for all it is worth. Tbe End of a Foolhardy Experiment. New Yobk, Feb. 27. Herbert Burrill and Andrew B. Oooms, the two men who left Bos ton on the 8th of July in a small decked boat for Melbourne, proceeded no further on their voyage than the small fishing village twenty miles north of cams, where they wore com pelled to land in distress. They reaohed New York to-day on the steamer City of i'ara. JNv York City News. Nbw Tobk, Feb. 27. The weather to-day has been spring-like, the thermometer standing 65 at 3:30 and 50 at midnight. Average for the day 51 ; same date last year 23 . After argument in the oase of Shepherd Cowley to-day Judge Lawrence took the pa pers and said he would render his decision to-morrow. Meanwhile Cowley will remain in tne Tombs. It is stated that ex-County Clerk Gumble- ton, who was removed by ex-Governor Rob inson last year, has commenced suit against the latter for $50,000 damages. The suit is based on the recent decision in the case of Police Commissioner Niohola. The pa pers in the oase were served to-day. Among the indications of the revival in business is the present large custom of hotels in this city which are frequented by business men. The opening of the spring trade is drawing merchants here from all parts of the country. All the leading hotels report the prepence of a large number of guests. This afternoon General Ontz Tang, of the Chinese army, left the Fifth Avenue Hotel for Hartford, Conn. He holds a position of high honor, being detailed as chief of the Emperor's body guard. He is on detached service, and is now a member of the Chinese legatiou at Washington. He arrived here yesterday from Havre on the steamship Lab rador. The New York Geographical Society this evening gave a reception at their rooms to M, De Leeseps. Besides the members of the so ciety over one hundred invited guests were present. M. De Lesseps was warmly re ceived by the members of the sooiety and their guests. Speeohes were made by M. De Lesseps and others, and the balanoe of the evening was passed in friendly conversation. A meeting of delegates to the Irish conven tion to decide whether there shall be a parade of Irish societies on St. Patrick's day, was held to-night. About one hundred delegates representing 46 societies were present. After the roll had been called, members of the press were requested to leave the hall, and de spite the protest of a number of delegates the reporters were compelled to retire. It was ascertained before the meeting that the dele gates were about equally divided about parad ing. THE PACIFIC COAST. California. Tbe Hoodlums Subsiding- mayor Kal loch Advising- Temporary Quiet Kearney Cited Before tbe Assembly A Resolution Excluding- Kearney From the Capitol. San Feanoisoo, Feb. 27. Last night was exceptionally quiet. The workingmen held no meeting except a few minor ward club gatherings, as is customary, and the papers this morning are all bare of news in connec tion with the agitation, although abounding in editorials on the subject expressive of con fidence in the preservation of peace. Mayor Kallooh to-day advised a cessation of proces sions and meetings of unemployed for one week, and to quietly wait for measures of re lief. If relief be not given in a reasonable time, then he will offer no obstacle to their meeting when they like and as often as they like. Saobamento, Feb. 27. Dennis Kearney was arraigned before the bar of tbe Assembly this morning, to answer a charge of contempt for attempting to intimidate Assemblymen. A resolution was introdnoed to exolude Dennis Kearney from the State Capitol till the end of the session. During the disoussion of the resolution to inquire into the conduct of Mr. May bell, the sand lot member, in sending an incendiary telegram to Kearney, Mr. Brown hart refused to obey the command of the Speaker to take his seat and was suspended for three days. - The sand lotters and Demo crats voted together against suspension. The Kearney resolution was referred to the oom mittee on sand lot. THE OliD WOKU). SM CHAPEL STREET. Russia. Launched Asrainst Nihilism Procla mation from the IV ew Coventor Gen eral Public Sentiment With Him. Pxtkbsbttbo, Feb.' 27. General Louis Meli koff, the newly appointed Governor General of this oity, has issued a proclamation to the populace. In this manifesto he says that he cannot and will not hesitate to take the most Great Britain. The Move Against Obstruction Glad stone Opposes tbe Resolution A Spir ited Debate. London, Feb. 27. In the House of Com. mons this evening debate upon the resolution offered yesterday by Sir Stafford Northcote respecting the punishment of obstructionists was resumed. Mr. Gladstone made a long, able and somewhat impassioned speeoh upon the resolution. He began by saying that he acquiesced; with his noble friend, the Marquis of Hartington, in his opinion that events had occurred which rendered necessary some such steps as those indicated by the resolution proposed on the part of the Government. It was essential that the dignity of the House of Commons should be preserved, and that the authority of the Speaker should b e main tained. Wilful obstruction of the business of the House for purposes of intimidating the majority or wearing out its patience for the sake of compelling consent to measures against which its unfettered judgment revolted should not be permitted, and severe meas ures for the prevention of suoh obstruction tactics, should be adopted if milder ones proved inefficient. Mr. Gladstone thought that the Government's proposed resolution as at present worded went far beyond the legiti mate object of patting down obstructionist tactics. He admitted the difficulty of treat ing the subject, as upon one side there was an undoubted right of the minority to protest against measures to which it was opposed and urge within any reasonable limit arguments and objections to such measures, while on the other hand there was the experiences of the last session by which it was shown how a small but determined faction, by availing itself of the form of the House, impeded the progress of legislation, stopped the passage of needed supply bills and ex torted from the Government concessions of measures to which in principle it wag opposed. Mr. Gladstone ooncluded by deolaring that, balancing evil and good which would re sult in his opinion from the adoption of this resolution, he had made up his mind that whatever might be the form in which the Government finally cast its resolution he would vote adversely to it. General discussion on the resolution was conoluded late to-night. The Home Rulers brought forward a series of amendments and ultimately forced an adjournment until Sat usday. Ireland. The Herald Fund Handed Over. Doblin, Feb. 27. Mr. J. G. Bennett for mally handed the Herald fund to the commit tee to day after an interview with Mr. Shaw and other members of the committee. Bishop McOabe represents Cardinal McOlos key on the committee. Forty-Sixth Congress. Washington, Feb. 27. Senate. Senator Cameron, of Wisoonsin, presented a joint resolution of the Wisoonsin Legislature deprecating any financial legisla tion by Congress, as likely to endanger the prosperity of the country. Senator Anthony, from the Committee on Printing, reported favorably the House joint resolution, authorizing the public printer to furnish all applicants with copies of bills, re ports and other pnblio documents hereafter printed by order of Congress and distributed from the document rooms, on such applicants paying the cost of such printing, with 10 per oent. added : passed. A bill was passed for the admission free of duty of articles of clothing, etc., intended for colored emigrants. The Senate resumed consideration of the five per oent. bill, the pending question being Mr. Edmunds motion to reconsider the mo tion indefinitely postponing the bill. After discussion the bill was postponed till the sec ond Monday in December next. Mr. Randall called up the Fitz John Porter oase with a view to making it unfinished busi ness for Monday. The Senate then went into executive session and at 5:40 p. m. adjourned till Monday. House Mr. Dunn, of Arkansas, tried to offer a resolution to further investigate all matters at Hot springs, ArS., but objection was made. The Speaker during the morning hour called the committees for reports of a private na ture. The : morning hour having expired Mri Bright wanted to take up the private calendar, but was antagonized by the gentlemen who wanted to take up the rales, and the House deoided to go into committee on the rules. In considering the rules one was adopted providing that a motion to suspend the rules shall only be entertained on the first and third Mondays of eaoh month, preference on tne first Monday to be given to individuals and on the third Monday to committees. The objeot of this was to prevent every Monday being occupied by motions to suspend the rules on all manner of resolutions only expressing the opinion of members. Some of the members wanted to go further and limit suspension to bills and joint resolutions. An amendment was also adopted requiring a majority to sec ond a motion to suspend the rules, and one which allows thirty minutes for debate on all motions to suspend. Mr. Harris, of Virginia, offered an amend ment that the Speaker shall not entertain a motion to suspend the rules on Monday to consider a propositon merely expressing the opinion of the House on the question pro posed. After discussion the amendment was rejected. Mr. House, of Tennessee, offered a new rule which authorized the majority of the House to withdraw any bill from the commit tee and have it reported to the calendar when the committee fails to report within fifty days. Messrs. House, Townsend and Young, in discussing this question, argued that the ma jority should control the business at all times. They referred for illustration to the case of the inter-State commerce bill. They believed that this Hoase and the majority of the people ofthis oountry were in favor of what was known as the Reagan bill, and yet because a majority of the Committee on Commerce was opposed to the bill, it oonld not be brought in here that the House might vote npon it. The amend ment was rejected. When the rule regulating admission to the floor was under consideration, Mr. Baker of fered an amendment to admit heads of de partments. Mr. Randall objected because he did not want departments turned loose here to control legislation. The amendment was rejected. Other amendments were offered to perfect the rules and then the committee rose, and the rules as amended were reported to the Mouse. Mr. Blackburn gave notice - that he would ask the House to vote npon his amend ments on Tuesday next. Tbe House then at 5:40 p. m. adjourned until Monday. The House has had the rules under consid eration for two mon.hs, and the delay in pass ing them has greatly retarded legislation. PENNSYLVANIA. Another Victim of Cheap Literature. Pottsvuxe, Feb. 27. Bridget McGee, the eight year old daughter of a ooal miner in Bear Gap, near Pottsville, enticed her infant brother into anputbuilding last Monday, and, under the pretence that she was about to give him a swing, fastened around his neck a noose depending from a rude gallows that she had constructed there, and palled him ap several inches from the floor. She copied the noose and manner of its arrangement from descrip tions of similar apparatus that she had read. The little child's screams brought his mother to his resoue. When he was taken down his face was black and his tongue and eyes pro traded. It was several days before bis recov ery was assured. Bridget MoGee theatened her father when he attempted to ohastise her. "Yon old fool," she said, "I will kill yon if yon touch me." She quitted her home and remained away two days. In the village school she was at the head of her olass, among children much older than herself. A passion for sensational story reading is said to have brought about the attempt on her brother s life. Howard Miller was executed yesterday at Ox irk, Ark., for the murder of hi wife last ipnng. ' CENTRAL AMERICA. Panama Revolutionists Preparlnar Chill Increasing- Her Forces A Fatal Railroad Accident Oreat Discovery of Gold. Correspondence National Associated Press Panama, Feb. 16. Great preparations are making on both sides of the Liberal party on the Isthmus for the expected revolution, which it is said will take place in a few days. The Chilian Times says : "Complete inac tivity prevails at the seat of war, although no reliable information can be obtained as to its cause. Possibly the Government is of opinion that a summer campaign is too dangerous to venture upon, and the results of the last en gagement under General Buohies in 1838 shows that there are powerful reasons against exposing the Chilian army to the climate of Lima during the hot season." The Chilian army now numbers from 20,000 to 25,000 men under arms, and it is said that in a few months more it will be at least 40,000 strong. This is considered a far greater force than is required for the Peruvian war, but the Chilian Government is very prudently taking precau tions against possible rupture with the Argen tine Republic, the press of which, especially papers edited by renegade Chilians, have ex cited a strong feeling against Chili. All the Argentine papers are full, of news respecting the purchase of ironclads and materials of war, and Chili is under the necessity of retaining a force for eventu alities. It is generally thought that should Chili continue the blockade of the Peruvian coast that ere winter comes on Pern will have crumbled away and the war will have termi nated without more bloodshed. A lot of reoruits were recently sent to the north in the Lamar, and some soldiers were on their way from Pisagaa to the interior, when the train got off the rails and fifteen were killed and forty-five wounded. The cause of the acoident is not known. Some atribute it to excessive speed, others to neglect of switches. In Valparaiso during the past year, 2,475 persons died from smallpox, as against 151 from the same cause in 1878. The disease is less violent now than it was two months ago, but as there has been ntter neglect of sanitary measures an increase in the death rate is feared during the summer months. A great discovery of gold is rumored to have taken place at Tambillos near Screua. It is said that a nugget weighing 13 castella nos was found there by a poor old man, and there is now a rush to the place. NEW KNGLANU, Massachusetts. A Fatal Stabbing; Affray. Spmngiteij), Feb. 27. Jerry Hartnett, otherwise known as Jerny Harrington, of Sonth Hadley Falls, was stabbed between 12 and 1 o'clock last night, while crossing the bridge between Hadley and Holyoko with Mi chael O'Neill, Maurice Fitzgerald, Michael O'Donnell and James Towl. One wound, in the right groin, penetrated tha main artery. Hartnett died in fifteen minutes. O'Neill was arrested by Holyoke offioers this morning, and the other persons with Hartnett at the time he was wounded were detained as witneses. A formal examination will be held to-morrow morning. THE WEST. list, bnt tha TanderbUt specialties fen into line as did also the Wisoonsin stocks, and later the Oonld sTstam came to the fore pretty much recovering the decline of the last two days. The Bond Market Government bonds were fairly active and steadr. Stocks closed as follows : N.Y. Oen. Hndson.lS2tf Erie.. Lake Shore O. Pittsburg., Northwestern... do vref.... Book Island.... MS ...107?4 ...111 ... ...106 .132 Pscifle Mail 48 V Bt. Panl St. Psnl pref 104 Canton 59 Don. Goal Morrill 107 Qnioksilver.. 20 Quicksilver Pref 65 Hariposa do. pref......... Harlem 180 Harlem pref Panama...... .......IfO Illinois Central 103X Government bonds closed ss follows : 0. 8. 6s. 1881, conp..l05 New ss, conp.. New 6s, reg 1034 Now 4xs, reg New Se, conp 103rf TJ.H. newsxs, coup., New 4s, reg H64 U. 8. currency 6s... EXPRESS STOCKS. Adsms 108 American........... Wells, Fargo i 0o...l03Ji United States. Chios Western Union...... Wmbaah Union Paoiflo Michigan Central. . . . N. t. Central........ Del. L. se W Del. Jt Hnd Canal. . . . O. G. & I. O Fort Wayne Terre Hante.. ....... Terre Hante Pref.... Chicago st Alton Chicago & Alton Pref, A & P.kTelegraph.... Mlssonri Pacino Qnincy ......... Han. & St. Jo H'tf'd & Erie do. guaranteed.. Land Grant 114J4- , 82 :m . 82 116)tf 2X 64 107 ,118 146 56J4 49 113 loejtf 107 Jtf 108 Jtf 563a-11 Colorado. Seizure of Xelcs;rapb Lines Stunning; Tbem Into Prepared Offices. Denveb, Feb. 27. The Union Paoifio Rail road Company to-day seized the lines of the Western Union Telegraph Oo. on the Kansas Pacific railroad in defiance of an injunction granted yesterday by Judge Elliott, and also seized the lines of the Atlantio and Pacific Telegraph Company on the Union Pacific, This was accomplished by taking forcible possession of the lines and running them into offices prepared by the American Union Tele graph Company at Omaha. The lines of the Kansas Pacific were built by the Western Un ion Company under contract with the railroad and telegraph companies. Their right to the lines has never been questioned. The Union Pacific Railroad Company made a perpetual lease of its lines to the Atlantic and Pacific Company some years ago, in which it is bound to give all revenues from the omces owned by tbe railroad company to the Atlantic and Pa' cifio Company, and reoeived in compensation therefor nearly two million dollars of the tel egraph oompany's stock. The Western Union lines on the main stem of the Union Pacifio ro ad have not been disturbed. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. General Porter Denies a Clergyman's Story. Washington, Feb. 27. General Filz John Porter in an interview with a reporter of tbe Post states that the story of the alleged cler gyman Rev. D. E. Ayer, who has lately writ ten a letter which has been telegraphed over the country to the effect that he (Porter) to Rev. Mr. Ayer's personal knowledge had a se cret conference with General Lee and two Confederates two nights before tbe second battle of Bull Run, at which he agreed to sell the fight, is so absurd on its face that it hard ly needs attention. Porter states that on the night in question Drake DeKay, General Pope's aid, testified that he was with Porter all night, as do several other Fed eral generals, while it is shown that General Lee was twenty miles away. The Eleventh New York, to which Ayer pretends to have belonged as an office r, was not with Porter's command. The story. he thinks, was made up for the purpose of navmg its enect upon uongress. Capital Notes. Washington, Feb. 27. Among other nominations sent to the Sen ate to day by the President was that of P. B. S. Pinchback to ba naval offioer at New Or leans. The Senate in executive session to-day re jected the nomination of Benjamin O. White to be supervisor of census for the second dis trict of Louisiana. An order was issued to-day by the Postmas ter General restoring the Louisiana State Lot tery Company to the use of the mails until the suit now appealed to the Supreme Court shall be decided. IWOVKMKNTS OF STKAftlKKS. New Yobk, Feb. 27. Sailed, the Gellert for Hamburg. Arrived, the City of Para from Rio Janeiro. Philadelphia Arrived, the Lord Gough from Liverpool. Baltimore Arrived, the Hibernian frcm Liverpool. London Arrived, the Alsatian from New York. Liverpool Arrived, the Wyoming from New York. Sailed, the Bulgarian for Boston. Queenstown Arrived, the Abyssinia from New York, the Hecla from Boston. Sailed, the City of Richmond for New York. TELEOKAPHKJ JOTT1NG8. The Base Ball League in session at Roches ter, N. Y., yesterday prepared the schedule for the season of 1880. Mrs. A. H. Caldwell, one of the victims of the acoident on the Bellaire and Southwestern railway, died yesterday at Bellaire, O. Mr. Bowman has been given up by the physicians but Mr. Sanford is recovering. Thursday afternoon Ida Schmidt, a domes tic at Philadelphia, was fatally poisoned by the escape of coal gas from a heater in the cellar. Dr. Rosenberger had a narrow escape from death in the same way and is very much prostrated. Albert Ourtin, a leading Sooialist of St. Louis, and editor of the workingmen's organ there, who is soon to come East to agitate the labor question, says the workingmen's con vention, to be held at Chicago in June, will probably nominate John Swinton for Pres ident and Denis Kearney for Vice President. The ecclesiastical trial of the Rev. Charles E. Walker, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at Fail River.. Mass., charged by his wife with improper conduct and negleoting to support his wife, resulted, Thursday night, in his suspension from the ministry and from church privileges until the meeting of the annual Conference. SITUATION WANTED, BY sn American woman, to cook, wash and iron la a private family. Good city references given. Apply at 128 If Ko. 538 STATE STREET. . WANTED, A GIRL for general housework ; most be a good plain coak. Hef trance required. Apply at f28 It No. 113 0OUBT ST., cor. ORANGE ST. WANTED, . FOUR or five rooms in a good location, suitable for housekeeping. Kent must be moderate. Address. 128 3t RENT," This Office. WANTE D7 ATAILORESS to work on nrst-class Custom Coats. Inquire of ANDREW J. BERVIST, f28 tf K Him g Register Building. T WANTED. WO first-class Coat Makers at A. THILLM, 40 CHAPEL htreet. WANTED, i factory preferred, at CI HIPPING Clerk. One who has worked in a coraes 8. ROSEN BLTJTH & CO3. WANTED, CORSET Stitchers wanted. Folders, straigat stitchers and closers. New ma chines, steam power. f28 3t Apply at ATLANTIC WORK, 3 fartory Street. HOUSE WANTED, jMt BETWEEN this and spril 1st, a good tenant Ipjj wishes to rent a House of 8 to 10 rooms, with swtfl. bath room, good kitchen range and heater and all modern improvements ; all in good condition, with good yard, and located within a quarter of a mile of the (ireen, in a gold and pleusant neighusrb'xid. State price and location to P. O. BOX 148, fj 3t New Haven. WANTED A SALESMAN 'rO SELL Cylinder and Machinery Oil of first quauty. Must nave consumers. Addrete, 12 f at good connection with M. B. A," P. O. Box, 2T0, Providence, R. I. FINANCE AND TRADE. Speolal Correspondence of the JoDBHAnaJmOotrnrBB Jobs H. Davis Co., Bankers and Brokers,! No. 17 Wall street, New York, V Feb. 87, 188D. J The exchanges again show a very large increase and well distributed. Ssn Francisco is the only city at which loss a;peara, while the gains at several cities are nnnsnally large. Among them Pittsbnrg gains 95.7 per cent . Philadelphia 94.3, New Haven 92, Providence 86.7, Lowell 86 6 and New York 82 9, taking rank in the order named, bnt the proportion of cities reporting an Increase of over 60 per oent. is larger than it has been for soma weeks. Speculation in the railway and mis cellaneous shares continues on a large and active scale with the torn of the market all around decidedly against the bearish interest. The ooal stocks led the WANTED, BY A COMPETENT nan a titration as clerk ; has hsd several years experience in ihe retail gro cery business. Can give tue btst of references. Ad drees, "CLERK," Box 242, Westville, Ot. 127 2t WANTED? AN EXPERIENCED hand to feed Cylinder Presses. Alsi girls to work at book folding wr o have a knowldge of the business, f27 3t TUTTLE, MORE dOUSE 6 TAYLOR. wanted; BY TWO ADULTS, a small bouse, or part of a house in a pleasant location. Address, with lowtBt farms. "BOX 89." f 27 Ct New Haven P. O. WANTED, BY AN AMERICAN L&DY a position as house keeper in a gent etnan's family. Would prefer the sole charge. Is perfectly competent in ihe care of children Address A. H., Courier office. 126 3t WANTED, BY SMAXL FAMILY, all adults, careful and re sponsible, a comfortable and pleasantly situ ated furmehed bouse for the convng aumiiRr, com mencing about May 1st or Booner. Address. Furnished House, this office. f '26 tf WANTED, A PARTNER with a few thousand dollars cah to help increase a very desirable aud well estab lished business situated in the beet location mtbo city. Those who mean business, address A. B. O. this oilloe. f26Jf KENT WANTED. FROM MAY 1st, a convenient house, contain ing 8 or 9 rooms, located south of Grand and east of State ttreets. Address, J. P. B. f 26 3t P. O. Drawer 15, New Haven. MACHINISTS WANTED, IN A VERY PLEASANT, steam-warmed machine shap in the country, where there are no saloons and few temptations to allure the laborer to spend his earnings, half a dozen good men, skilled in lathe and planer work and finishing. Industrious men, willing to do the square thing and desiring Bteady work and good pay and tj Bave their wages, can tin I opportu nity with H. B. BltoWS & Ot)., 126 tit East Hampton, Oinn. WANTED, " N ENGLISH, Scotch, Amer-can or Colored girl, to do housswork in a flrBt class family out of the city. To the right one, with good recommendations, a good situation is offered. Apply at Library Rooms, Ij. B. BARTHOLOMEW, f26 75 Orange Street. WANTED, 60 Experienced Corset StitcU o.rs. A. few will be taken to learn, by Foy, Harmon A Co. f 12 dtf wit LASTED, MET A SINGLT Gentleman, a Furnished Boom, centrally located, ddrese, stat ng price, it. F. 1I01.YNE1UX, d31 Post Offloe. WANTED, Sim CLOTHES vitir;-:KS to repair. BY UEOBGtE D. LAMB, THE WllIWaEB M JN, 1 !! Cbapel Sired, Where jou can fina the best Clothes Wringers, Carpet Sweerterp, Waehing Machines, fluting M.chines, Tea aud Coffee Pots, Granite, Iron aud Britannia Ware, Tin, Orockery, Glass and Wooden Ware, American and Imported Baskets, Oil and Gas Htives, and a large va riety of first-class House FurnlBhing Goods at low pri ceR. WTrf Kicbardvoii'si Original tie IVae-lier. the beet in use. ati d&wly H. XV. Mearle, ' Surveyor and Civil Engineer, No. 5 Conn. Saving) Bank. Building, o7 81 OHUROH STREET. St. Peter's Church at Home. Mr. Spaulding's Closing Lecture. Grand Opera House, Wed. ve, Ittar. 3, at 8 oVock. A graphic sketch of the riae and development of Christian Chaich Architecture, with a richly illus trate 4 description of St. Pater'd the "World's Cathe dral." Tickets, with Reserved Seat. 50 an-1 75 cents, now for sale at Judd's. til 3tstw GKAKD OPEKA HOUSE., Thurairtay Evening lUarch 4th, 1850, GRAND (0CEKT II V (HLKOKE'S FAMOUS B4ND, Of New Yobk. Aeeisted by several eminent Artlftts, on which occasion he will introduce the New National Anthem, COLUMBIA," Willi a Grand Chorus of 100 Voices, the inaugnral performance of which, at tha Academy of Music, New York, on Christmas Day, created the greatest lurore ever known in the musical annals of he metropolis of the nation. Previous to tbe produc tion of the Bymn, a magnificent Vocal and Instru mental Concert will be given, introducing lTiiMM mAKKii Soprano. lTlr. HOWARD HfriVKOLDS, (Of London,) the Great st Living Oornt Player. IIr. ALFRD1) II. FEASE, The Eminent Pianist. ITIr. H. L. OHNRIiL. Basso. Ittr.CAUaL l,A.Aft;K, Violinist. Sittnor DAHLO, Piccolo. And other artists, together wi h Gilmore's Unrivaled ISaiid. Reserved Seats. 75o and tl. General Admission Parquet tef 75c. Gallery, 50c. 8le of seats opens juonaay, marcn lti, ax o ciock, at J-oomie' mubio Store. HATHWAf & I'Qfl), 1 28 5t - - Managers. COE'S OPJBBA HOUSeT Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and saiuraay luaxmee. The Great and Only HERRMAlif ! King of all Wizards, and most renowned of Prestidigi- ifticiuu, MMiaieu uj uie gucea ana oeautuui M'lle Addle, In her Specialties, and THE LOBELLAS, In their Grotesque and Comio Dances, and Val Vose, The Modern Ventriloquist. " The inan of many Voices." In IjOv1I1') Maariaae of Diablerie. ITI v- tery and lllasiton. which with Herrmann s tips. ctalUes, Tne Decapitation, Asleep ia mid Air, and his tuousaud other wonders, complete a three-act entertainment never before equaled. advening races, 30, bu, 7&0 ; matinee trices, ?3( Ii: tnr .ale at th B x Offl . 121 ot (irand Opera House. One night only, MONDAY, MARCH lat. UNION SQUARE COMBINATION OP NEW TOBK. Will produce the grand success, THE TWO ORPHANS ! With the Strongest Organization ever presented to (ht puuuu. jine great artistes, MISS IflXLIE ELDRIOGE, AMD KIISS LAURA LIRDEIV: ? PPar 111 their powerful impersonations of Sl0Slis the Bind Girl, and HijNRIKtfE, the TWO ORPHANS. The great MEW YOBK OOmI PAS X will appear in the Drama. Reserved Seats at Iiinmll1 VnaiAUnH . h K v ewio wv num. iiu at ED. F.W1.LETTE, Manager. factory Property For Bent Gbean Tim ja.n ue oocupjeu. unmeoiaiejy ana On long tease if wanted. Buildings were formerly tuea .for cleanlnii and preparing cotton waste, are in good repair, and euitabie for a variety of manuiactnrw uig purposes, xney contain one 4U-norse power en gine, two large steam boilers, and have main lines of snafting with p allies and belting complete. Bu tiding arranged for steam neat. For further information, or for permit to inspect the property, apply to X.. sir, -Ml A., dSO eodtf WeatvMe, Ocnn.