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March 19, 180.
' if-atia t2 m1 ' fciwt VOL. XLYIIU special fltk. Hotter. New Dry Goois On "Novelties of the latest Importation!" NEW SPBING 8TTLE8 OF DRESS GOODS. We have never shown bo lanre a atock as wa can show to-day. Blaok and Colored Batln de 1.7m Bilks the Newest HWle in Hilka Wa are the Silk House of He Haven. We can give von a better Black or Colored Silk at Lower Price than they are ahown in tbia city. Satins, Damave ce, Polkas, Ohene, Changeable, Ixmisine Check and Stripe Sllka In the neweat designs. Lace, Figured and Damaaale Buntings In French Goods, Plain Buntings In American and French make In Colore and Blaok. Kew Styles Dress Trlmmlrgs, Eilk Fringes, Buttons, Ribbons, Hoalery, Glovea, Mitts, fco., all at popular and low prices. No lady ihould buy Dry Gcods without ftrst examining onr lmmenae assortment. MONSON & CARPENTER, mal8 244: AND 246 CHAPEL STREET. Steal ssfcrfv ft H Carpets. Carpets. Just Received, a Large Invoice of the Latest Novelties in ENGLISH TAPESTRIES. Onr warerooma literally crowded with Kew Patterns in Body Brussels, English and American Tapestry Brus sels, Iiowel), Philadelphia and Hartford Extra Superfine Ingrains, Cotton Ingrains, Hemp and Linen Carpets. Everything UTew in Paper Hangings, Dadoes, Friezes, Gold and liro&ze Paper, Embossed and Plain. Buy Now and Save Your Money for Goods are Surely Going Higher. Particular attention paid to making 8TOBE SHADES. Fancy Shades mads to order at Lowest Prices. Call cn us and be convinced that yon can aave money by bating your Spring outfit et the Carpet Warerooma of II. B. PERRY, 390 CHAPEL, ST., Opposite tlie Green, New Haven, Conn. FOR RENT, From 1st of May, the fine Brick Besldenoe (nearly new) No. 69 York street, containing 12 rooms, with all modern improvements. Furnaoa, range, laundry, marble wash bowls and tcinteli, ko. Never occupied by any other than the present occupant si ace It was built. - tw The lower tenement of a house on Brown street ; 6 rooms, sub-cellar and attic, well and city water ana gas. Such o-ntral rents are very scaroe. FOR SALE, The very central and desirable pressed brick and brown stone trimmed Dwelling ilouse Mo. 71 xork street. Modern in every particular, 12 rooms, hard finished walla, high ceilings, heavily corniced, mar ble wash bowla and mantels, Ac. Will sell LOWES than aa fine a house, and as centrally located, can be bought for in this city. Now is the time to purchase, as real estate is advancing fast. Also will sell Wood Dwoiling House on Brown street, JO rooms, and very conveniently arranged far two families. Terms easy. Inquire at BEKBB' NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, ma6s 213 ohapel Street. War Deparlnl'I Weather Observations. Taken at T a. tn., 1 p. m B p. m. March 18. Barometer, 30.300, 30.315, S0.1S6. Thermometer, S5, 40, 33. Wind, direction NW, 8, 8W. Velocity, in miles per hour, 7, 9, 7. Weather, olear, fair, fair. Maximum Thermometer, 43 degrees. Min imum Thermometer, 34 degrees. Maximum Velocity of Wind, 11 miles per hour. WM. D. WEIGHT, Sergt. Signal Corps, U. 8. Army. BIRTHS. DIOKEBSON In this city, Maroh 17th, a daughter, Flossie Winona, to Mr. and Mrs. E. b. Dlckeraon. JUAHBIAUES. lm If Teleirajl FROM ALL QUARTERS. THE MAINE PLOT. ERNST HOLT In this city, on the 18rh Inst., at the Church of the Bedeemer.by Bev. Dr. John C. Todd, Bev. F. W. Xrnst of Hartford. N. J to Miss Hattie E., daughter of the late John H. Holt. MABTIN DAYTON In Hartford, March loth. Geo. W. Martin to Miss Delia Dayton, both of Middle-bury. Ft IK BENT, M FIRST FLOOR, five rooms, 40 Clark street. Apply to F. B. FABNSWOBTH, ma!9 3t At Foundry, Audubon St., near Whitney aye. ma!8 6f TO KENT, BBIOK HOUSE, No. 25 Fair street. Wood Tenement, No. 19 Fair street. Enquire WM. F. COBCBN. FOB KENT, To an American familv fadnlts Timf erred four toonvenient.rooms on second floor, with part of attic and cellar: or instead, five rooms on first floor of same house; gas, city and well water. maiBZC- nJ. SI LYON BTBICST. DEATHS, WSODIKG In this city, Thursday, March 18th, Both G. Wooding, aged 45 years and 11 months. Kotioe of funeral hereafter. DOOLAN In Anaonia, March 14, John Doolan, aged 49 years. MERWIN In Oxford, Maroh 11, Mrs. Mary Xerwin, aged 73 years. SHERWOOD In Minneapolis, Minn., March 16th, of diphtheria, Carrie Bridgman, only child of Eugene and Mary L. Sherwood, in the 7th year of her age. MA It INK fclST. ruaS stf Fine Stationery. Benjamin &Ford. BLACK SILKi WHICH A HE WilRBAHTED TO WEAR. We have made a contract with one of the largest and most succeesful manufacturers of Black Silks in the city of Lyons, France, he guaranteeing the wear of bis silks and protecting us from loss in case of crack ing, cockling, or not wearing well. We, therefore, have the pleasure to announce to our customers and the public at large, that we have Just received a large Invoice of excellent Black Silks, very fine, soft text ure, beautiful satin finish, which we are pi-tpared to warrant to our customers, which means that for any silk drss bought of us during the next 30 days, we will give an entirely new silk drees if it dees not wear m represented, which is more tba a anybody else will do; but we are justified in doing it, be in a; backed by the manufacturer, who exactly knows what kind of raw silk he manufactures his goods from, and knows pretty well wbat he is about, as he is worth aout 10 millions of francs. Bead tbe above with care and then come and look at our beautiful BLACK SILKS, At 81, $1.35,81.37,81.50, 81.35, $1.75,81.88, $1 95,$?, Sa.lO, $3.25. We also have good BLACK SILKS, At 50 and 75 Cents, And coll special attention to our BLACK SATJNS, At 75c, $1, $1.25. And elegant heavy Colored Gros Grain Silks, At 50e, 75c, $1. BLACK CASHMERES. Only 33 Cents, Kxoellent black, good quality, warranted all wool or money returned. All the other different graces at very low prioea. We would call special attention to our very large atock of Ladles', Gents' and Misses' Hose, at bottom prices, aa low aa 5c. One lot Children's Mixed Hose, full regular made, worth 33c, which we offer at 12c. The reasons of our selling so cheap are very easily explained. 1. We pay no Kent as we own our own Store, a. We buy all onr goods for Cash, and can buy cheaper than our neighbors. MILIUS FRANK, MO. 337 CIIAJtJE. 8TBEET. FRANK'S BUILDING. REMOVAL. A. TUIIili, merchaattailor, will remove May 1st from 440 Chapel to 36 Center street (White's B nild ing), five doors east from Church street. mala tf FLOBIDA ORANGES. " TS ahall receive, to-morrow, a email lot repre wV sented sa very fine. mils B. B. HALL ft SOW. Staple Sugar and Syrup. X710B SALE, in large or small quantities, at lowest E, X, HAJ.Ti BOH, EDWARD E. HALL & SON, 250 Chapel Stbeet. CHAMPAGNES. G. H. MuMat A Co. Jules Mvmm & Co. PlFZB HKinSKICK. Most ft Chamdon. Nafolzoh's Oabikct. GOU1LAOK. CLABETS. PONTET CAHKr. BABTON & GUESTIEB. Bouri.ua. Ebohineub & Co. (Ora own rjrBEOT impobtatioh.) St. Jclikx. A. D. Latoub ft Co. Milwaukee Lagkb. Dilatoub's Soda. Bactkbne, BitaauNDY, Impobteo Cobdiaijb, blttebs, hkbbhto'a chebbt oobdxai.. Fihkst and Oldest Wines and Liqcobs. Cautobnia Wines, Sbxbbt, Pobt, Catawba, Ah- oelica, ptbs wines at hodebati pbioes. Btk and Bock fob Colds and Lung Diseases. Lowest Pbicxs, Wholesale and Retail. f24a CHEAP RENT. nas. House 28 Munron rtrfet. nesr Winchester1 Efflu factory, coutaiDing 12 rooms; suitable for two mmm iammes; rent sib per month; possession in meuisteiy. JAMES a. biuiu, ma!8 3t 285 and 287 State Street. TO RENT. BUILDING 257 OHAPEL STBEET. SECOND Egy and third stories; possession immediate; first noor, possession may 1st. a.ppiy to KOBEBT T. MESWIBT, or by letter to E. L. LIN8LE7, ma!8 3t Btrattord, Conn FOB RENT. A VERT DESIRABLE HOUSE, PLEA3ANT neighborhood; 11 rooms, furnace and range. can at oraoe or slam villis as ua, msl8 3t Corner State and Court streets. lesirable Property For Sale. A Good House on Frank Street. -JL "Liberty " " " College " " "Pearl " "Gill " " " State " Also Gsod it n i If in ir l.tltH. One on Whalley avenue, one on Orange street, one on xiuwaru avenue. for particulars call on B. L. LAMBEaT, ma 18 f 288 Ohapel Street. A GILT-EDGED INTESTMEST. Over 8 Per Cent. araa. FOB SALE A first-clsss Bouse In a first-class location: everything complete; pays at the pres- li'iri entlow rent ever 8 per cent. net. and will pay 10 per cent, another scar; if rold soon can be hd at a ngure that will demonstrate uie lact. Address mal7 St P. O. BOX 406, City. WD OHAPEL STBEET. HOLIDAY GOODS ! Thoee wishing to nnrchaae omAthlni TiMntifni useful and economical for their lady relatives or friends, will always find an acceptable and serviceable Stylish Bonnet or Walking Hat. These are now being sold at greatly reduced prices, as an inducement to those wishing to make a aervicea- uie uiu uesiraoie unrutmas resent. MissM.E. J. Byrnes, 1SSI OKANQBBTBEET, d!2 s Corner Court. Body Brussels Carpets, IN- New and Handsome DESIGNS. fMstf r-3 ORANGE STREET. FOR RBHT, FINE FRONT OFFICES in the Insurance Building, suitable for lawyers or other business. at reasonable rates. Also rooms suitable for Olubs, Lodges or Associations. Apply at Io 6 XasnrAiice Building. f26Sm FOR RENT. BBIOK BUILDING, with engine In good or. der, with or without barn ; possession sny time. ANDBEW MARTIN. f 23 tf 19 Pearl Street. FOB SAliE, MS BUILDING LOTS on Nichol, Eagle, and both El aides of Naah street ; 400 feet in one piece : Trim, price low ; terms easy. ANDBEW MABTIN, fiOtf 19 Pearl Street. FOR RENT, jr. A DE8IBABLE HOUSE, No. 76 Howe street, 5. j with all modern improvements. Inquire at No. aVcBL 70 Howe or cor. State and George streets. f27 tf N. W. MERWIN. HINMAN'S Real Estate,Loaning and Fire Insurance 63 Church Street, SECOND FLOOR, OPP. POST OFFICE. OrriOE OPEN EVENINGS. Money to Loanon Real Estate securi ty. Some very desirable Farms for sale on easy terms,located in the towns or Hamden,Cen tervtlle, Itlontowese, Nortb Itranford. new Britain, and Nortb Haven. Houst and Lots for sale or exchange in all parts of the city. Water Fronts, Seashore, manufactur ing; and Hotel Property for sale or rent. Desirable Houses and Tenements for rent in all parts of the city. Some Choice Bargains for a few days at this aarency. ma2 LONG ft HI N M AN. Valuable Real Estate For Sale. M Pursuant to an order of the Probate Court for the District of New HavenT the undersigned of fers for sale all the real estate belonging to the estate of the late Harvey Barnes, deceased, and con sisting of First The homestead of the late Harvey Barnes, on East Pearl atreet, in Fair Haven. Second The Building occupied in part as a store and market, together with the land on the corner of Grand and Eaat Pearl atreet. Third A Lot of land 99 feet front on South Qulnnl plao atreet, In Fair Haven East, extending to the riv er, and Including very valuable oyster grounds and privilegea. Fourth One undivided half of twelve acres of wood land, in Foxon, in East Haven. V17 tf - A. D. GOODTEAB. OISSO LiUTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PABT nership of HERMAN HBBEBGBR ft ABRAHAM HEBEBGkB, doing business at No. 105 Court atreet. New Haven, Conn., is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. The bualnei s wilt be carried on by Herman Heberger at the same place, and who alone Is author ised to collect all auma due to said firm and settle the accounts thereof. Dated at New Haven, this 18th day of March, A. D. 1880. HERMAN HEBEItGEU, ma!8 St ABKAHAM HBBEBJ3KBB. For Rent or For Sale. j)uTHE WELL LOCATED AND DESIBABLE EiE old-fashioned dwelling. No. 169 Orange atreet. JSpL will be rented as it stands ; price $ 4U0 ; if not rented soon willbeforsal?. E. B. BOWDITOH, mal7 4t 74 Orange Street. FOR RENT. fak. A LARGE HOU8Z CENTB ALL'S LOCATED, IJTwith all modern improvements, suited for a iiLlarge boarding house or hotel; would be let for a term of yetr u desired. GEORGE A. ISBELL, ma!7 Office ; State St., cor. Elm, Todd's Pipes. For Sale or Rent, First-class House with modern Improvements: 12 rooms, all in fine order; pric and terms easy; only a few minutes walk from postomoe; possession me nrst oi Bpni; cm db seen at any time. 49 Church Street, Boom 5, Hoadley Building, mal7 4t L. F. COMSTO0K. FOR SALE, M HOUSE ON DAY STBEET $300 House on Ntcoll Street 1,300 House on Lafayette Street 2,600 House on DeWitt Street 1,200 House on Brown Street 3 600 Either of the above are chesp and will rent from 10 to 12 per cent, on the investment. MEBWIN S REAL ESTATE OFMOE, mal7 231 Chapel Street. TO RENT, BOOMS on second and third floors, suitable for office or lp,ht manufacturing purposes, ooly three doors from Chapel street. Possession given at once. Also lower part of house 38 Nlcoll Btreet. BEBKELE CUBTI8S, male 6t 109 Ohapel Street. TO RENT, HOUSE No. 240 Columbus street, $250. House No. 162 Carlisle street, $200. House No. 128 Portsea street. S2Q0. House No. 60 Liberty street, $168. Apply to mal6tf TH03. B. TBOWBBIDGE. FOR EXCHANGE. g- I will exchange a Houe on land -40x100 in lisj New Haven for a lot in West Haven, near the WML shore. DAVID STfiOOSE. Attorney, 9 St 11 Hoadley Building, mal3 dtf - Kew Haven, Conn. TO KENT, jge-av. The elegant and commodious Besldenoe 110 piiy Olive street, haviog all tbe modern tmprove auUL ments; rooms in suites, water olonts on two floors, IS rooms, fine garden, etc. etc. Also the House 132 Oiive. formerly occupied by Dr. O. A.Xind8ley, and now occupied by Dr. M. A Oet- min. Also the House S70 Grand strett. And several fine tenements. mal3tf CHARLES IVES, 163 Oharcb Btreet. ft; Houses and Lots FOR SALE. Honseo on Howard avenue, York street. f eorge street, Liberty street, Orchard street, Minor street, WeetviUe, Fair Haven and East Haven. l' lots with water front. tUo best lots in West Haven, now is the time to buy them. IaOIs on Howard avenue, KUnberley avenue. etc.. etc. Hooves and Tenements to rent on Sylvan avenue, Asjlum street, George street, Minor street, Liberty street, Lafayet e street, Prospect street, Uni versity Place, and 2 first-class Houses on Howe street Irloney to loan on city property. Heal Kstate Office 49 Charch Street. Boom IS Hoadley Building. Office open evenings. maj.3 Xu. . uuaioiuua. FOK SALE, IN WEST HAVES, the House, Bsrn (new), with plenty of stable room, a large and complete hennery, known as the Boss place. Also with the house, a lot of 7 acres of land, near by. Terms Lay. For further particular, inquire of W. H. TALLMADflE, maad&wtf Near Horse R. B. Barn, West Haven. Two Lare Rooms To Kent, Central Location THE second and third floors over No. 72 Or ange street, for business purposes. man ivt" js. ts. uuwuiiuti. FOR KENT. Store No. lOO Congress ave. ; also, tenement No. 58 Congress ave. Iuquire of K. ML. BUBWELL. ma 12 tf Stores and Tenements FOB RENT. 8T0BE No. 79 Congress avenue, corner of BlfjOak. Groceries, Mat and Provisions. Estab BatLliahed S2 years. AU cash trade. Store and Tenement No- 69 Ooncrrees avenue, now and for th9 last 12 or 15 yea re occupied by A. Lebrun, Boots and Shoes. No better stand in this city for the business. Store No. 67 is tow enip'y and is ready for occupancy. It is well adapted for a most any alnd of business. Oa, water, counters and shelves, all in complete order. Bents low to good paying tenants. Also a number of good and convenient Tenements, ranging from $5 to $15 per month. Apply to - B. Healjr & Co., Cor. Oak St, and. Congress Ave., malO HEALTHS BLOCK. FOR RENT, THREE BOOMS, connected and very desirable, I I on Park street. A new House on Beers street, JaaasLnear Chapel, will bs completed about Mav 1st. and rented low to responsible persons. Another in the same location will be offered for sale or rent June 1st. A. WHEELER, ma6 tf 116 Park Btreet. 1880 SPRING JnMLLIiqOKY. 1880 t BS. N. 8. JACOBS, soocessor to Mrs. D. E. JJX. Brook., 168 Chapel street, opposite the Elliott i Uouae, Invite, the ladies to visit her store and inspict j her display of Spring Millinery Goods. She has a large assortment of the latest and most approved styles of Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Imported French Chips, : Milan and Englih Straws, etc.; also a specialty of ' Crape Sooda ready made or to order. Orders promptly , attended to. Prioea reasonably low. mal8 6t For Sale or To Let, At Saybrook, 'Conn.. A COTJNTKT BEAT. Large modern frame House, bathroom, lanndrv. &o. Barn and out- .bnildlngs in good order. About 10 Acres. Terms isy. For further particulars, address " OWNEB," 132 E. 36th Street, ma4 lm New York City. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sewer. FOR RENT. grta THE large, spaclona room No. 12, 270 Chapel ggii street ; high ceilings and roof lights ; designed Sati and occupied by a portrait painter for many years; will be placed in fine order toft a permanent tenant. Also, oonvenient, well-lighted double office In same building. Apply to mb.3 tf JOHN NORMAN, Boom 11. Crrx SuuvxfOB's Omox, 1 Boom Mo. if, Orrx Haz.z., v Nxw Havxk, Conn., March 11th, 1880. 1 i EAT.KD PBOPOHAL8 will be received at this SD omoa until 7X o'elook n. m.. March 24 tb. 1880. . . forth. oonatrnoUon of s sewer in Whalley avenue t UlorV in Altixan SLt, FOR SALE, - MA NEW AND COMMODIOUS HOUSE on Sherman avenue, handsomely fitted with mod ern oonveniencee, and moet pleasantly located. Will be sold at a eroat bargain. Inquire at fU tf " THIS OFFICE. from Wlnthros avenue to Norton street. The plana, apecinoationa and contract can be seen at this offloa. Blank forma of proposal, w.th the re- , quired snretiea bond attached, npon which all bids must be made, can be had npon application. No propoeala will b. received alter the time speci fied, and all proposals not properly filled out will be rejected. , The right to reject sny or an bids will be reserved. 1 By direction of the Board of Boad Commissioners. ; malS 8t CHABLK8 E. FOWLia, city Surveyor. . FOR RENT, , WITH OB WITHOUT steam power. rent to a satisfactory tenant. A low fltf J. P. JPHILJLIPS, Clebo Bglldlng. WILLIAM A. WRIGHT ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, Office, No. 1 Benedict Building OOBNKB OHTJBCH AND CENTEB'STS. Honrs ay. sn. tp, apii Children's Carriages, VELOCIPEDES, Made Repaired Stocks For Sale. VITHBELEB fc WILSON 8. M. 00. STOCK. T T Winchester Bepestlng Arms Co. " WASTED, Yals National Bank Stock. Second m Meohanloa H New Haven Gaa-Llght Co, Stock. SA7Tijs-'.. n. ntnunas. iBUlfi Sals iiattonal BacA BailOiiig, lioom i. V Jl GEO. mal7U E. WHITMORE & ;.. 33 Center eu, Bear Cburela. SPECIAL NOTICE ! NEW YOKK MARKET. ' We, the undersigned, have fitted up at N 31. Congress Avenue. Corner Above Welch's, A first class Ularktt, where can be found the finest of Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Pork, Veal, iron i cry, u-ame, eg-etaoies, - Strawberries, Oranges, CannedtioodSf&c. I We keep firs '-class goods and sell at I New York prices. Hotels, fteatanranta and Boar dinar L Hon see at special rates. Goods at wholesale. We open Saturday morning, March 30. Bemembsr the day. W. W TABOR, Proprietor, formerly with A. Hurlbut. O. B. FBAZKY, of Washington Market. We have with ua also E. G. OUMMI1SG8. formerlv chief clerk for A. Hurlbut, who would be pleased to 86e hts many friends and former patrons, ma 19 2t AABXTSD MABOH 18. Bark Scud. Sawyer. Pond, U2r and moTasses to It W & P Armstrong. Ben ucean xraveAer. crown, cc tiroix, sufar to Frank G Phipps, eh Whistler, O'Kiefe. Wareham, iron to N H t D CLKABBD. Soh Bignal. Dswiok, New York. True Bill Against Fusionists. Tlie THE KALE COMMITTEE'S REPORT. Full Kevieir cf the Scheme. Fnslonifet Pay of Special Deputies. A POLITICAL DEBATE IN THE HOUSE. NEW ENGLAND. FOR SALE. A t riBiT-CLASS PAVING BBIOK for -1 . 1 Ft Fl sale low. Address BOX 660, P. O. ROOMS TO RENT. FUBNISHED and unfurnished Boouia to rent, centrally located. Apply at office of mais it tuwftitu an Aijijr. 1 Carrlaere For Sale. ANY PABTT desiring one of Hooker it Co.'s best tvescat Saxanya that has been run only twloe, and is a. good aa new, can aecure one at twenty, five uoiiara leaa man zaotory prioea, Dy aaaxessing " BABGAIN," care of malt tf J. J. Doran, Carrier, City, Rathbone IiOdse. No. 1. K. of P. THE members of this Loage are requested to meet at the Lodge Boom, on Saturday morning, the 20rh, at 8 olock sharp, to attend the funeral of our late brother Beth G. Wooding. Members of 8itor Lodges are invited to attend. Per order of the 0. C. At.est, i. H. NOBMAV, mal9 2t K, of B. and S. PECK ft BBOWN, AnoilOBMEa.l y N Satnrdar morning at 10 o'clock of Brussels and 9 Incrraln Carneta : also several handsome black walnut Chamber Bets, Parlor Suitea and Bed Lounges, Deeiaes a line oz seoona-nana gooas. mal 2i 450 B1ATE B iKlCET. B. BOOTH, AucnosBXB.l REGULAB Saturday sale at 72 and 74 Center street, March 20th, commencing at 10 a. m.. with line of Fancy Goods. New Black Walnut Chamber Set, Painted Chamber Sets, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Chairs, Tables. Mattresses. Feather Pil ows and Bolsters. Brussels and Ingrain Carpets. Oilcloths. Antlane Blue urccKery, Aitcnen utensils, . maltf 2C TO RENT, A VERY pleasant Tenement of 9 rooms, near- ly new. modern improvement! (adults pre- ierreui. jrossession ADrii ist. msl9 8t 9 VEBNON STREET, FOK KENT. xy THE STQ3E No. 61 Church street, opposite fcs tne po. omoe, inqm-e ox MA. A. M. HOLMES, 8 White's Building, ma. 9 tf Corner Church and Center Streets. FOB SALE. THE PREMISES on the corner of Church and Court street"-, known as Lemnsrwell Build- lnff : also one Lot on Grand street. 80 feet : one Lot on the corner of Franklin and William stree ts also two Lots cf 40 feet each ou Dudley street. Inquire a. mal9 m 112 COLLEGE STREET. FOR RENT. i HOUSE No. 86 Wall street. All the modern improvements. Carpets and oil cloths fitted to ul floors can be purchased. Apply on the premie Possession triven immediately. Also a Barn at 150 Elm street. Also Houses and Tenements in Westv- ille. Apply to E. P. MERRIMAN, Real Estate Agent, mel93t FounUin Street, Westviile. W. P. NIJLES' Beal Estate, Loan, Collection, and , t ire insurance Agency. FOR SALE, t SMALL FARM of 6 acres in the town of Bran- Is ford, near the residence of Ralph Blaokstone. Commands a delightful view of the Sound. Terms easy. vauu waniea ai per ceni. lor 4 or o years. Security "Al." U.UUV wsnua on iwo aweinn uoa e. wortb double thii ainoaDt. Milua- ted a. few rods outside city Jim tea, 3 good Houses in Newhallville fcr rent cheap, on Butler and Lilac streets. For particulars call. Office 270 Chapel Street, malO Room No. 1. CAPOJiS, TUJBKEYS, Chlckcms, Squabs, Prime Reef, IfTatton, Veal, lamb, Fresla i?ork and Pork Tender loins. FRESH SHAD, Striped Bass, Halibut, Eels, Codfish, Flat Fish, Haddock, Herring, Smlt, Scollop, Oyaters, Clams,etc. Lettuce, Spinach, Kale, Hubbard and Marrow Squish, Sweat Potatoes, Appl.s and Oranges. Sugar Cured Hams, Shoulders, Breakfast Bacon, Smoked and Drisd Beef, Pickled and Fulton Market Bef Tod trues of our own curintr. acknowledged to be the finest in market. Our Family Leaf Lard, Pork and Beef la not ex celled in this market. JLtve Jbobsters, Fresh Salmon. JFDSO f BROS. Provision and Packing Co., 505 audi 507 State St., and 354 Grand St man A. E. DUDLEY & SON, 29S Chapel Street, ire and Life insurance Agents. Insurance eflected noon all kinds of property against Fire and JLlght- nintr at reasonable ratg. GAS FIXTURES RE-BRONZED Ac CHr ood an Mew AT Foskett & Bishop's, No. 479 State Street. Estimates on application. msl9 M.ONEX 'XO XiOAN, ' N sums to suit. Oall at L B, K. BALDWIN'S, mal8 3t" Beal Estate Agency, 293 Ohapel St. Soda Apparatus if or nale. jOB 8AX.E. at a very reasonable prioe, a soda aDDaratua for maainff and selline soda: every thing complete and in good condition. Inquire of ALU. . oaaiAirAUUBlu, ma!8 St No. 61 Union avenae. nmi WE have just received some very fine Creamery Butter in nound cakes from toe same cream ery that supplied us last season. Our customers will need no other recommendation. We shall receive it twice or three times a week through the season, thus having it always strictly sweet and fine as any butter ever offered to this market. Base Cheese. Old Cheese, Fine Factory, Edam. Sap. sago, Neufchatel, Pine Apple, Ac., fto. Fine Salad Oils, Salad Dressing, French and Eng lish Mustard, Le Marchand and other brands Sar dines, Queen Olives in 6 pint, quart and pint bottles. Kvery una or urosse Diacxweu jficxies. New French Peas and Mushrooms. Capers, Ourrie Powder, and all kinds of Sauces. icvrryuunx m uie uannsa uooas udb. Every kind of Dried Fruit. Fancy Biscuits in great variety. Tea and Coffee a specialty. FLOUR! We offer our "PALM A" New Process Flour for 91.25 per barreL Thte prioe la close, very closet for tbe quality, and those in want will do well to try it. We have Bold thousands cf barrels and know what we are about. Johnson & Bro., 411 and 413 State St COBNEB OF COURT. Register copy. maisndlw Maine. The Counting- Out Plot Report of tbe llrtlo Committee Summary of Fn sionist iffisdeeds. Augusta. March 18. The Hals committee on the counting-out process resorted to by ex-Go v. Garcslon and his Council, reported this afternoon. The report reriews the cir- oumstances of the conntiog out, r.f.rring to the details already made publio, and reriews the unwillingness of the majority of tbe fusionist officials to appear and testify, Garce lon and Moody being the eiosptions. The report states that Garcelon, while STinoing willingness to disclose everything, was infirm in his memory, and failed to give a tatisfao tory reason for his ooarse. When the evi dence was laid before him, he ceased to longer defend the counting ont process, passionately asserted his own innooenoe, and declared that a Judas among the Council had done the vil. lainy. In conclusion, tbe committee say : That tbe returns were kept from the candi dates contrary to usage; that during such time, alterations, erasures and forgeries were made upon them for the purposa of counting out Republicans; that daring this time defects in the fusion returns were surreptitiously corrected and affida vits secured to throw out Bipublican towns ; that in all . such cases the results invariably counted out Kepubli- oan candidates, and counted in fusion candi dates ; that the result was reached by refusing to allow Republican errors to be oorreoted ; that the rales laid down were strictly applied to reject Republican returns ; that many of these rules were evidently invoked to secure a fusion Legislature ; that these illegal and fraudulent acts were a part of a premeditated plan to secure a fusion Governor and the Council must have been a party to it ; and that the different appropriations by the Legislature have been diverted from their legitimate purposes, and in many cases have been exhausted. The public funds have been withdrawn from tbe treasury by Governor Garcslon and his Coun cil without warrant of law, and have been ap plied to unauthorized purposes and for unlaw ful ends. A large sum of money belonging to the State yet remains in the hands of Gover nor Garcelon and other officials of last year, which should be reoovered back into tbe treasury. The recklessness of management disclosed in the transactions of last year tends to destroy publio confidence, undermine pub lio credit and to introduce a practice, which, if unrebuked, will prove fatal to the future prosperity and progress of tbe State. The committee were empowered to Hold meetings after the adjournment of the Legis lature. easlon whatever for united States marshals at eleetiona In Philadelphia. On the contrary there la none, and the very man who appointed them aaid there was none. Nor did he want by his silence to hare it oonstrued that men who were appointed ae drpnty special mar shals were of that character of dtizena who should have been appointed. He wanted to say farther that the confirmation of Kirna was made over his written protest. After considerable discussion Mr. Sprlsger's amend " mrnt was ruled in order. Mr. Garfield offered a substitute for Mr. Springer's amendment, which was to make the pay of special deputies $5 per day, but striking off that part of Mr. Springer's amendment which related the appointment of only a certain number of deputies. Mr. Cox announced his opposition to the appoint ment of any supervieirs or deputy marahals whatever. He was opposed to recognizing this federal supervis ion in elections. (Laughter on tbe Bepublioan aide.) Mr. Cox aaid that the gentlemen might laugh, bat the court- had once decided that there were no auch things. Air. aimonton, of Tennessee, moved an amenamenv to Air. utraeia'B BUDSUtute, wmcn was to mui ui. pay of Bpecial deputies f 1 per day and to practically restore Mr. Sprlnger'a amendment. Mr. Horr, of Michigan, said the climatic argumenta of the Democrats seemed to be that what they prc poaed now to do tbe Bepublican party had done be fore them. Yesterday the gentleman from Ohio (Mo Mahou) said the Bepublicans had once violated the doclsioLB of the Snpreme Court when they refused to ; enioroa tne lugiuve Blare law. Is It an esraDiisnea : idea that Democratic legislators are going to follow the ' ...... .I....... . . . 1 . 1. 1 j 1 Ana. ... . . .i u i . o uw 1WIUUJUW uo u ' " . (Laughter.) It would be refreshing to hear the Democ racy say that they were going to do a certain thing be cause they believed it right and not beoaute in aome unguardsd moment the BepubllcanB had done some thing which wis lust as bad. (Laughter.) Had the Democratic party no higher idea than to follow Re publican mistakes ? Ib it true that the meanest things the Republicans have done are to be copied by the De mocracy 7 Mr. Warner, of Ohio, rose to ask a aaestlon. Mr. Horr I hope not to be interrupted. Yon have a facility for speaking longer and mors frequently upon any question and not exhausting it or yourself than anyone I know of, and I don't want to be inter rupted. (Laughter.) Mr. Horr, resuming, said that Congress had been in session lor months and had done nothing It was time that we went to work. Mr. McMahon had alluded yesterday to the bloody ahirt. He had heard the sneers about the bloody shirt befors. It ia twenty years old. He lived In Ohio during the war and tie remembered that there were sneer then about the bloody ahirt. Mr. Weaver Were you in the armv from Ohio. Mr. Horr I was not, nnf ortunately. Ohio left so many rascals in the rear that soma had to stay at home to awa care oi mem. Laughter.) A vote was then taken on Mr. Simonton'. amend. m&nt and it waa adopted. Pending consideration of me amendment as amended th3 com ulttae rose. Mr. Hot; abon gave notloe that he would move to dispense with tne morning hour to-morrow In order to com- p.ete tne bul. 'i'ha House then at 4:35 adjourntd. SEW YOKK. ing, but others were in sight of the harbor all day, unable to get through the packed ice. The Arctic put on shore some forty-six stowa ways, and the Proteus sent on shore two boys who had secreted themselves in a barrel, and who, throughout the bitterly oold night, must have suffered intensely. Dispatches received from Catalone say that the Merlin, Kite" and Nimrod had gone out in due course, but were, compelled to return, the ioe being too heavy for them. The Bear and the Leon from Trin ity reached as far as Bagged Harbor, off which they were tied up in the ioe. The locality is dangerous, and with an inshore - wind these vessels might easily get into trouble. The Commodore, Vanguard and Mastiff from Con ception Bay got clear. THE JPACIFIC COAST. it has been shown in evidenoe that the ball I extraoted from Camaroff'a body did not fit the pistol of the prisoner. ftlOV-KMKNTS OF STKAMEltS. tSHante. New Youk, March 18. Arrived, the State of Pennsylvania from Glasgow. Sailed, the Celtic for Liverpool, the Suevia for Hamburg. Philadelphia Sailed, the Indiana for Liv erpool. Antwerp Arrived, the Vaderland from Philadelphia. Glasgow Arrived, the Prior from Portland. Plymouth Sailed, the Othello from Hull for New fork, having repaired. Liverpool Sailed, the Lord Clive for Phil- adelpnia, the City of Berlin for New York. TrSLGOKaruiO JOTTINOS. Wanted to Board. T WO SINGLE GEKTLEMEN can obtain good board with the comforts of a home by inquir ing at mal9 it.' 49 CHURCH BTBEBT, BOOM . WAISTEIX OSE OB TWO Furnished Booms for light housekeeping. Addresa m19 it " A. B. 0.," this offloe. WANTED, BY A COMPETENT man, a situation aa engineer in some manufactory : has the bsst of references. Address JOHN FREDIN, ma!9 8t 33 Spruce Street, City. SITUATION WANTED. SY A colored woman to cook, wash and iron ; no objection to a short distance into tbe oonntry. ly at 106 WEBSTEB STBEET. mai if Hear Gone. California. Tbe Kearneyites JUu.t Co-Another Ag itator Convicted Tbis Time by a Jury. San Fbakcisoo, March 18. The jury in the Gannon case this morning returned a verdict of guilty as charged. The jury were out five minutes. The complaint charged incendiary language as follows : " I understand that some of us have got to go. If they start in, this city will be levelled to ashes and the ruins filled with roasted bodies in twenty-four hours after," with the intent then and there to ad vise, advocate, encourage, incite, ask, request, order, counsel, select, endeavor to induce and persuade, suggest and propose to the said persons so assembled as aforesaid that they should cause these acts to be committed. WANTED, Sla.rllio.8; Charges-lnhnnian Treat. merit oi convicts Chained to tbe Floor I.il&c Wild Beasts. New Yobk, March 18. The Graphic this afternoon publishes the substanee of a com - munieation from a resident of Conoord, N. H., "well known in business and social circles there," containing some startling charges re garding the cruelties in the New Hampshire prison. The article alleges starvation and inhuman brutality. Cases are cited where men were confined in ohains in the solitary cell and beaten. One Joseph J. Mason, who, it is stated, was sick and had eaten nothing for three days, refused to go to work. He was beaten, locked up in the solitary cell. chained down to the ring bolt, handcuffed, shstckled and allowed the privileges of a beast only for more than a week, and fed during this time cn six ounces of brown bread and a piut of water once only in twenty-four hours. One John H. Canney was tied up to a brick post and whipped till the blood spurted over tne ttoor and then loouea up in tne solitary cell for twenty-one days. Other instances cf similar crueltios are cited. Fight Among- tbe Express Stockholders, New Yobk, March 18. The open fight be tween Wilton Brooks, who owns $100,000 worth of stock in the New' York Evening Ex press, and John Kelly in regard to the fraudu lent election of trustees of the paper in ques tion on Monday, was commenced to-day. Brooks claimed that through trickery be was not allowed to vote on twenty-five shares owned by him deposited as collateral for a loan which is not due till June next, and the Kelly party refused to allow Brooks to vote on the stock. The Tammany ticket was elected, whereas Brooh3 claimed that ho held a ma- ority of the stock and proxies. Winsor and Marsh, Brooks counssl, Rhode Island. Brooks' counssl, were instructed to have the election of trustees set aside, and these gentlemen engaged the services of Ihomas G. bhearmanand Wm. A, Beach to conduot the court proceedings. To day an application was made by Winsor and Marsh, on behalf of Brooks, for an order to I show cause why their election should not be set aside before Judge Daniels, of tha Su preme Court, and an order was granted. No argument was nad upon the THE SATlOSAb OAl'lTAU Tbe fl'tu Settlement. Chief Ouray's Opinion of it. Washington, March 18. The Committae on Indian Affairs continued to-day the exam ination of Chief Ouray. He was questioned as to whether the agreement lately entered into by the Government and the TJtes was satisfactory to him and would be to his peo ple. In reply he. stated that inasmuch as he had fitted up a ranch at a good deal of trouble and expense he would prefer not to move off the reservation ; bat whatever would ba satis factory to his people would be satisfactory to him. He desired to return to the reservation as soon as possible in order to obtain the opinion of his people in regard to the agree ment. There might be some difficulty in per. suading some of them to move from their present reservation, but if it was explained to them that not all of them would have to move from Colorado he thought that they would accede to the arrangement, It seemed to him the best thing they oould do in order to maintain peace. Ouray's wife and the uto chief sowawich were pres ent during the examination and manifested the deepest interest in all that happened. Ouray was asked if he did not fear the whites would swindle his people and eventually get their lands away from them if the proposed arrangement of granting them lands in sev eralty is carried into effect ? He replied. laughing: "As I understand the agreement with the Secretary, the lands are to be in alienable for twenty-five years, and I think my people will learn something by that time. If not, they ought to lose them. The committee decided to lay aside all oth er business and go on with the examination and hope to complete it in two days. Tbe ne cessity of employing an interpreter renders the examination a tedious one aside from th fact that Ouray uses the utmost deliberation, watching closely the stenograper and evident ly weighing each word carefully. The com mittee adjourned till 10 a. m. to-morrow. It has been decided by the Interior de pertinent that it is not necessary for Ouray and the other ute chiefs to go to assist in preserving the peace. Ouray to day received a dispatch from the acting chief of his nation saying that everything was quiet. rr.,. ...... ..It..-AVAn.An . ....... t fv.-". n "... umvu tun F"tJulol ,, . . , . etuuu as alio ubiioc DiuDuavvucau doivcu nitu j the order the ease will come before the court J , . , ,. i on its merits. Pbovtdence, March 18. The Bepublican j State convention met at noon to-day in the State House. Every town was fully represent ed. Francello G. Jillson, of Woonaocket, was elected chairman, and George L. Gower and Arthur D. Payne clerks. A ballot for a can didate for Governor was ordered. Governor Van Zacdt's name having been mentioned, a delegate announced by authority that the Gov ernor declined being a candidate for re-election. The ballot resulted in 92 votes for Al fred H. Littlefield, of Lincoln, and 10 for Lieutenant-Governor A. C. Howard, now the candidate of the Prohibitionists' convention. Mr. Littlsfield was by vote declared the unan imous nominee for Governor. Alter au in formal ballot for a candidate for Lieutenant- Governor, in which Henry H. Fay, of New port, had 54 votes one less than a majority Mr. Fay was unanimously nominated for Lieutenant-Governor. The present incum bents of the offices of Secretary of State, Attorney-General and General Treasurer were renominated. The following were elected delegate to the Chicago convention : John P. Sanborn of Newport, Charles H. Handy of Warren, Thomas W. Chaoe of East Greenwich, David Aldrioh of Hopkinton, lsaao M. rotter of Providenoe, Almon K. Goodwin of Paw tucket, William A. Pierce of Johnston, Hor ace A. Jenckes of Woonsocket. The delega tion is understood to ba unanimous for James Blaine. Some little surprise and dissatis faction are expressed outside at the result. After the choice of the State Central Commit tee the convention dissolved. Massachusetts. A Youthful Firebug-. Westpieij), March 18. The incendiary fire Tuesday night has been traoed to Henry B. Hammersley, a lad of fifteen. Ha was arrested Wednesday and confessed the crime ; also that ha Bet fire in tbe same build ing two weeks ego. He implicated an other boy as accessory before and after the fact, but on the trial this boy proved an alibi and was discharged. Hammersley was held in $1,000 bonds for trial in the Superior Court at the May term. He said he had no motive, except a desire to see a firs and enjoy tbe excitement. He worked in the shop he fired. The lad is respectably connected, his father being a grocer. Crnel Fox Huntlntr. PotjOHKEEPsrE, March 18. The Berean brothers, John Lent and Levi McMullen a few days ago started out on a hunt. The dogs , struck the trail of a fox and ran him into a fissure of a ledge, where he was found firmly wedged by the hips. AU four of the hunters vainly endeavored to extricate the animal. It ' was becoming dark, and the party concluded to return to the woods the following morniug with a crowbar and pick. At sunrise tbe par ty was on hand, bo was the fox, alive and well. Several vigorous blows with a sledge hammer failed to loosen the rocks. A strap from a hunting bag was wound around the forelegs of the fox and also around the crow bar. Two of the hunters took hold of the end of the crowbar and used it as a lever. The for legs of the fox were literally wrenched out from tbe sockets. To put an end to its mis ery it was shot. The Labor Troubles Settlements in i Proapect. New Yobk, March IS This is the fourth day of the lockout by pauo manufacturers, ana although ttn nnu-acturers and men both talk aa firmly as Uiey did on Monday, there are some sites of n wakening on both eides,- and it is said to be probable that a com promise will soon bo vff.cted. The locked , out men will hold a pnUio meeting Sunday morning, at which several addresses in Eng lish and German defining the position of the nuion will be delivered. This morning Hermann, the furniture marj , ufitcturer, was preparing a new schedule of trade prices for his wares. He is also arrang ing new terms and prices for his men, to be . submitted to them to morrow. He was un- ; willing to say whether tbe scale would be ' above or below 22 per cent, of the schedule of advanced wages, which he submitted and his workmen rejected. No cabinet makers have been put tf) work. Their employment - will begin next Saturday unless Hermann is obliged to go West, and his going will depend upon the fall in Western rivers. If they fall he will go West and stay an indefinite time, and work at his factory will be postponed un til he returns. Penalties for Illegal Acts of Veascls. Washington, March 18. The House Committee on Ways and Means agreed to day to strike out the word "seizure" in the Senate bill to amend the law relative to the seizure and forfeiture of vessels for breach of the revenue laws, and ordered tbe bill thus amended to be reported fa vorably to the House. It provides that no vessels used by any persons as common car riers shall be subject to forfeiture unless it shall appear that the owner or master was a consenting party or privy to the illegal act The effect of the amendment will be to leave the law relative to the seizure of vessels still in force, but the bill protects them from for feiture. Louisiana Democrats for Hancock. Washington, March 18. Congressman Ellis received a dispatch to-day from J. Mc- Enery, J. W. Patten and B. Elwood, of New Orleans, stating that Louisiana would instruot unanimously for Hancock in the National convention. Capital Notes. Washington, March 18. J. N. Upton was oonfirmed as assistant sec retary of the Treasury. The Senate Committee on uommeroe de cided to report unfavorably on the nomlna t ion of A. C. Wells to ba surveyor of the port of New Orleans. The House Committee on Revision of Laws adopted a bill to place telegraph communica tions on tbe same place as mail matter and exempt it from unreasonable search and seizure. All the Members and Senators from the Pacific coast have united in a protest to the' Postmaster General against taking away from Wells, Fargo & Co. the right to carry letters in stamped envelopes. ' The President to-day granted a further re prieve of one week from the 26th in the case of Stone who murdered his wife in this city in December last and who has bean sentenced to be hanged. In the House the Committee on Postoffloes and Post Boads Mr. Shelley offered a resolu tion that it was wise and expedient to establish ocean mail routes to be served by American built vessels. Its consideration was deferred until the next meeting. Secretary Sherman to-day said that be would next week anticipate the payment of the interest of the public debt, whioh falls due April 1st. This interest amounts to about $7,000,000, and it is hoped will go far in relieving the stringency in the money mar ket. Forty-Sixth Congress. Washington, March 18. Senate.- -Mr. Ktrkwood offered a resolution In structing the Committee on Poitomcas and Post Roads to inquire into the powers of the Postmaster General in regard to the regulation of mails and mall routes under tbe law. So ordered. The calendar was taken up, the morning hour Hav ing expired. The unfinished buainess waa taken up, which was the bill for the abolishment of titles in Bot Springs, Ark. Mr. Edmunds addressed the Senate on the bill. The bill authorizing and directing the Secretary of the Navy to Introduce cotton cordaga into the naval service was again considered. Mr. Vanoe advocated as encouraging an important ibwigw uiuintrj. Mr. Gonkllnff obiected to making departments aaents for experiments as t the utility or inventions. His amendment striking out the word "directlngnwsB re jected. Mr. Vance moved to amend the bill to read "that the Secretary of the Navy be authorized and directed to Introduce manufactured cotton according to recent methods to euch ap extent as will furnish a fair test of tbe value and efficiency thereof aa compared with the kinds now in uae." The amendment waa agreed to. The bill was passed. The Hot SnriDffs bill was discussed all the aftarnoon and pending its lurtber constat ration the Senate went into executive cession and afterwards adjourned. S. W. Searle, Surveyor and CIvUIBoglheer, He.. 3 Conn.- Savings Bank. Boilaiiur, OT 81 CHTJB0H STBEET. HorSE The morning hour was dispensed with and the House resumed oonslderation of the deficiency ap propriation bill. After some discussion an amend ment offered waa adopted appropriating $6,600,000 for the payment of deficienciea to army invalida, etc., and i2u,uuu xor lnvana pensioners. After some minor Amendments bad been adopted the amendment appropriating 600,000 for the pay ment of marshals and general deputiea waa taken np. Mr. Hiscock offered an amendment to provide also for special deputies. Mr. Hiscock argued that these spec ial should be paid because they had earned their lees. A ref osal4o naj was a nullification of the daolaion of Jhe Snpreme Court. A refusal to pay waa at the de- mann oi voters in Hesiars .ua uucnuin nv. m not wih to obey the election laws. Air. Hlsoook's amendment to include special depu ties was rejected. Mr. McMahon aaid when the Star route Mil was un der consideration Messrs. Hlsoook and Hawley de nounced tlie poetofflce officials for exceeding the ap propriation. They say the law had been violated and air. Hawley went ao far as to BSy that Brady aheuld be Impeached. If the Postofflce department oould not run without an appropriation he could sot see how special deputies oould run without an appropriation. Mr. Springer, of Illinois, proposed to amend by ap propriating $7,600 for the payment of special deputy marshals with a proviso that hereafter sfeolal deputy marshals and general deputiea ahall rsoelve $2 per day in full compensation, and all appointments of general deputiea and special deputies shall be made by jndges of the Circuit Court or District Courts of the United States, and not more than three appointments anau do mads in nv vntitii nreeinct. and persons so appointed shall be of different political parties, shall b. able to read and write the English language, shall be of good moral character, and shall be well known seel dints of uie precise in wmcn uiy icn.un. Mr. Frye snggeeted to strife out the words "good moral character," or -no men could ba found on the Democratic side. (Laughter.) Mr. Springer That was to meet the Philadelphia case where persons of worst charaoter were .ppointed. Mr. O'Neill, alluding to Mr. Sprlnger'a remark about Philadelphia, said that what hurts ths Demo cratic party of this country was that rhilsdelphl was radically a Bepublican city. He Insisted that special deputies appointed there were good men, ana added -that Marshal Kerns who had appointed them waa re norain 't and unanimously confirmed by the Demo cratic Senate. Mr. iaauuailsaid he did hot want by bis silence to have U understool that he believed there was any oo Anolhar Case of Arsenic Poisoning-. Kcohesteb, March 18. An important case has been before the Circuit Court here the last two days, viz., Sarah H. Miller, of Fair- port, in this county, against the Western New York Life Inauranoe Company of Batavia, to recover $4,000, the amount of a policy on Mr. Miller's life, payable to plaintiff. The defense is that Mrs. Miller poisoned her hus band. To-day the defendants called Prof. Lathnore of Koohester University, who swore that he found arsenic in the intestines of Miller. Mrs, Eliza Otto swore that she was a servant in the Miller family, and a short time before Mr. Miller's death, Mrs. Miller told her (Mrs. Otto) that she would give the latter S100 to help make away with her nusband, that she did not love him and never had, and if she oould put something in his drink or viotuals and kill him, she (Mrs. Miller) would j marry another man whom she did love. Tbe case is still on. THE WEST. Missouri. Crazed PENNSILVANIA Tbe Democratic Convention Tilden is Set Back. PrTTSBUBG, March 18. The Democratic State convention met here to-day and decided to hold the State convention in Harrisburg on April 28th. The session lasted only three hours, and the contest between ths Wallace and Randall forces was throughout a bitter one. The passage by a vote of 27 to 14 of a resolution ordering the placing on the roll of the convention of the list of delegates elected from Philadelphia on December 3d is regarded as a decided setback to the Randall and Tilden forces, as the friends of Senator Wallace supported the resolution. by Rum Terrible Deed of a Drunken Husband. St. Lotjis, March 18. A most horrible tragedy oocmred early this morning in the northern suburbs of this city. Conrad Hie mao, who lives at the corner of Broadway and Wright streets with his wife and six chil dren, has been drinking heavily for some time past, and last night had an at tack of delirium tremens. This afternoon while his wife was preparing breakfast Hieman called for her from an adjoining room, and as she entered in response he as saulted her with a large knife, driving the blade through the lunge of the infant in her arms. He then struck another blow, burying the knife in the heart of his wife, killing her almost instantly. A brother of Hieman at tempted to seize the maniac murderer and re ceived a severe stab in the back, disabling him. Hieman then broke away and ran to wards the river, since whan he has not been THIS Obi) VVUttLD. Death on the Rail. Reading, March 18. While several way passengers were loitering about the AnnviUe station last night, while their train waa on a side (rack awaiting the passage of the light ning express train, quite a number of them were standing on the main track. The light nine exbress thundered oast at ths rate of forty miles an hour, killing Michael Back- man, John Fliokinger and James Dobner, ana injuring A. Griffith and several others who were unknown. Some of the unfortunate people were flung a considerable distance by the shock, ine coroner held an inquest on 1 the bodies this afternoon. THE NEW DOMINION. seal Vessels in the Ice. St. John, March 18. The fleet of sealers got off on the 10th instant, but with a few exceptions did not get far. The Resolute, Arctio and Aurora got clear daring the morn- liUSSia. jneliboff's Concessive Policy The At tacit Ott Camaroff Russia Demand ins; The Assailant's Death. St. Petebsbtjbg, March 18. The munici pal commissioners were present at to -day's session of the Supreme Executive Commis sion, and commissioners from the provincial municipalities are expected to be present later. The investigation, which is to be divided into two parts, the one having refer ence to immediate, objects and the conditio of the disaffected classes, and the other to the general political state of the empire, will in all probability be a protracted one and may be continued for months, it is given ont that General Melikoff will conduct the business of the commission incidentally - to suppress revolution, but with the ultimate view and hope of initiating Government changes that will benefit the people of Russia. No announcement, however, will be made of any important decisions arrived at until tbe close of the sitting. The Russian ambassador to the Porte, who is now here, delays his departure to Constan tinople till the commission now sitting for the trial of the alleged assassin of Colonel Cam troff arrives at a decision in his case, it being the understanding that should the prisoner be acquitted or punished by another penalty less than death the Russian Govern ment will notify the Porte that diplomatic re lations will not be oontinued. A dispatch from Constantinople states thai ; The anniversary of the Commune was cele brated by several banquets at Paris yesterday. Tbe letter of General Garibaldi, eulogizing Hartmann, proves to be a forgery. The German Reichstag yesterday passed the budget and adjourned until April 6th. Mr. Gladstone's election speeohes in Mid lothian make an average of five columns daily. Soule'g regatta will be held June 17 on the Seekonk river, betweon Providence and Paw tucket, R. L Senor Oastitlos has been appointed Minister of Colonies, and Senor Coszayan Minister of a inance at Madrid. It is stated that the German Minister of Finance has had a quarrel with Prince Bis marck and has resigned. Tne r renoh Government has decided to ex pel all foreign members of unauthorized or. ders, and to bring tbe remainder under a more direct state of control. James Russell Lowell, tbe American minis ter at London, suddenly started for Madrid yesterday, in consequence of Mrs. Lowell's continued illness. M. de Lesseps appeared before the Board of Trade at San Francisco yesterday and de livered a speech. He will speak before tbe unamoer or uommerce to-dny. A rising of tbe population has taken place at Smyrna, and British and French gunboats have started for the scene. The Governor has telegraphed for reinforcements. It is said to be possible and quite probable that the Court of Appeals at Albany, N. Y. will hand down a decision in the Chastine Cox case to-day before their two weeks' adjourn ment. The police at Providence, R. I., are investi gating an alleged child murder. The assail ant, who is five and a half years old, -struck a playmate six years old a few days ago, and death was said to result from the blow yester day. A YOUNG GIBL (American preferred) to do gen eral housework and take care of children in s small privata famly ; must furnish good references. Apply at niailt- 327 GRAND STBEET. WANTED. A SITUATION by a respectable woman to do cooking, washing and ironing. Call for two days at jual If 211 HAMILTON STBEET. . SITUATION WANTED. BY A capable girl to do gentral honaework or sec ond wo. k : would be willinff to assist in the wash ing and ironing ; the best of city reference givtn ; can be sern for two days. Apply at m icti tjAjnHLl.ua plKr-iSx. Colored Chambermaid Wanted. A PTI,V finrn I inSn m t l mal9 2t ' MR8. HATCH'S, Hanlden. " WANTED, fn A TENEMENT of 1 or 5 rooms for a small & family; must be west of College street andwith Jfil in 15 minutes walk of the noat office. Addresa. with tf rms, maia " w. j. v.," 428 Chapel Street. SITUATION WANTED. 1 Y A good smart girl to do general housework. Apply at present place. 222 WHALLEY AVENUE. WANTED, EEBATj experienced parcel wrappers and ycuug men from 1 to 18 Tears of ae to learn the a goods busisesa, also cash girle. Apply to Superin'on dent at mal9 It E. MALLEY'3. WANTED, A GIBI, FOB second work. t. malQlt 31 HIGH STBEET. WANTED. A FIRST-CLASS Carpenter and quick workman to ao a short distance in the countrv : eooaV wa ges paid. Apply this evening, between 7 and 9, at mail) if 130 POKTBEA STBEET. WANTED. BY AN American woman, with the bast of recom mendations, a situation aa lady's nurse, or could take entire charye of an invalid. Also nndentands tbe treatment in ail manner of sicJcneea, whether man or woman, where good nursing: ia required. YV-AJNX-fcJ-T. A number of cooks and houeewcrk cirls to o out of town, a goo 3 second girl for city, iiursa girls, tic. mal9 75 Orange atreet. WANTED, A good laundreBa; no other work required; laundry CjL " every convenience, between 7 and 9, at Oall between 1 and 3, or Corner of Church Street. FIN AS OK ANO TKA S1. WANTED, iHpoiftCorraapondenoeof the JoDBSAivAKEOociiiRjtt 880. ) ohn H. Davib ft Co., Eanken and Brokers, No. 17 Wall street. New York, March 18, 1880. The Stock Market was more active and was lifted from weakness and depression 'yesterday to grea. Btrength, if not partial buoyancy, in all directions, ex. cept Manhattan, which f e'l to 48 from 52. A rise in Quicksilver preferred to 79 was traceable to lhe ex. pectitlons that the holders of this stock will soon ceive bsck dividends amounting with into: eat to about 56 per cant. It has been decided by the hisheet au. thorltiea that the preferred shareholders are entitled to back dividends since 1S70 ; the only question is as to the amount, and that depends upon the report of the referee, which ie expected very soon. We understand that the referee, In ascertaining what have ben the net earnings, will b governed by the decision of the United States Supreme Court in the fimom Union Pacific case, in which what are "nst earnings" ere de fined. The Bond Market Government bonds were dull and easy pretty much sll over. Tbe market is overstocked with bonds : the offerics of uvea and sixes at the SuD-Treasnry yesterday throw some light on this, but it would te emi more evident lr tne Treasury nd occasion to invue oners ox lour per cents. Stocks closed as follows : A Man who thoroughly understands the care of horses, is a good driver, and knows something of gardening; best of city references required. Apply between the hours of 9 and 2 at 210 LOMBARD STREET, ma18 3t Fair Haven. SITUATION WANTED, BY AN ACTIVE AND INTELLIGENT YOUNG man. with a trood bumn of order, a situation in any respectable businest; good penman. Address mais at- ALrxiA. tms orate. WAiVIKl. ' BY A PROTESTANT MAN, A SITUATION AS gardener: understands the coHivation of all plants and vegetables; in sober and takes great care or a gctitleman's place, has the beat of recommendations fiom places cf long service. Call or ad dress mal8 St No. 9 Elm Street. WANTED. N.T. Oen. ft Huason.129 Chios - Bria 44 X j Western Union... Lake Shore I Wabash O. ft Pittsburg llSf Union Paofflo. ... Ichiizan Central... N. J. Central Del. L. ft W Del. ft Had Canal . . . CO. ft I. 0 Fort Wayne Terrs Haute , Torre Haute Pref . . . 1 Chicago ft Alton - 39? .1084" - 4-d . Bw;' . 92 - 83 . 17 117 10(3 Northwestern 94T do pref 1063 Rook Island 158 Pacific Mail 4fi St. Paul 82 St. Paul pref 105 Canton Con. Coal Morris Quicksilver 19! I Chicago & Alton Prtjf.l 19 Quicksilver Pref..... 70 I a & P. Telegraph 433 nanposa i aaissouri racinc do. pref Quincy 143 Kwlem .280 Han. ft Bt. Jo... 3&X noriem.prex i u u'as j2.rie d.w ranama io I do. gnaranteen.. oJ Illinois Central 1015if I Land Grant 11 Government bonds closed as follows : U. S. s, 1SB1, coup. .105 New 4s, coop 106Jtf new as. re iU3 Mew $s. reir lOTjrf sw 69, coup.. 103 I u.fc. uewjtfs. coup..iU7tf wew 4S, reg uoJs f u. w. currency (s.--. EXPRESS HTOOKS. Adams llSTtf I American fil wens, Fargo &;uo...iU7X united states 49 rXew York Produce iTlarRet. Niew York. Mach 18. COTTON Firm : Unlands. 13 8-16 ; Orleans, 13 5-l. FLOUR Steady : State J4 70 (A $7.50: Ohio flour $5 fl5$7.60 ; Western, $4.70(g$t.50 ; Southern, so. ,;$..,.). WHEA i' Firmer: No. 2 Winter Red.May, S1.43V pto. 2 wmuruea, April, ki.iomi h : jno i vvnue, May. $1.138 I 42fi ; No. 1 White April, $1.424'1 45 per Dutn. uukin ooiet: uixea western, spot, bii&myj : ao. futures, 57".i'c. UA'i'r -.ronger: mate, 4(fiOU westerr, 4tXcje per bushel. UKUF Jjmi : new piam mess. siu.5urAsii.uu. PO UK Dull ; old mess pork, $11 60 per bbl. LASD Easier : steam rendered, $7.6?. BUTTER Firm; Ohio, 15(3 30c; State, 20;37e. per pound. wuisniLi nommai; western, i ju. SUGAR Firm. If OL ASS FiS Firm. P2TROLEUM Steady. filOE Firm. COFFEE Dall. FREIGHTS Firm SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE Firm at 50. ROSIN Quit at $1 5055. T ALLOW Dnllat 6. FIRST-CLASS COOK, WASHER AND IBONER to do general housework in a familv of two adults. Apply to MtS. GEO. S. BAKNUM, maiB at 7ua cnapei Btreet. WE WILIj FUKNiSH A GOOD HORSE, HEAVY TOP WAGON OR Beach Waeon and the services of a young man (American) not afraid of work, for $lfl per wesk. Ad- drees BUSINESS, ma!8 2t Cocricr Oflice. WANTED. & MAN CAPABLE OF RUNNING A BAND SAW, ." and sIbo a circular saw: also a man who under stands working on clock rases; to the right men good wages will be paid. Apply to r. j. .utYEH, Agent, E'm City Clock Case Factory, naaI7 St Cor. Congress ave. and Daggett St. WANTED. FOR a term of years, by a private family, with no Email children, a TWO STORY HOUSE . .centrally located. with all modern improvements. Good reference given. Rent must ba moderate. Ad dress, stating location and terms, "O. B. A mixio xnis L'ince. WANTED, BY A respectable young married American woman, a place as Wet Nurse : satisfactory reference. Call for one week at mal6 4t 106 De WITT STREET. WANTED, BY a gentleman well acquainted with business, a situation in a manufacturing or other establish ment, where close attention to business will insure a mode-rate salary. Best references given. Address ruaititi j. iu. X)., at turn urace. OAODE?KOyb HAS constantly on hand help suitable for priva families, as well as for hotels, boardiut? house and reetAurams. Great attention is paid by the pro prietor of the e-tsblishnient in the choice of girls and women before sending them to fill a situation. Conn try cails of any distances are promptly attended to. t4 grange sneer, near uronn Btreet. ja-a!4 GAUDEFROY. Wanted ImmeUiatly. N experienced Shirt Cutter. Apply to ELM CITY SHIRT CO.. f 16 tf Cor. State and Court Sts. - WANTED r10 BUY, a lot of Second-Hand Furniture and Car pets, uixnest cash once paid. promptly attenaea to, at A Orders by mail 28 CHUR0H STREET. mnBfm(ttla. Sib Sis. Sis. STYLES iD QMLiim What is said by one whose buaince? is now, and has been for years, to visit every Dry Goods House in the country: " Ton have a larger stock of Silks than Is kept by any other House in this or any other city of the size." As onr goods were selected previous to the advance purchasers will receive the benefit. lYew Styles Dress Goods, Fancy Ooods, Trimmiogs, Buttons, J.aeew, Embroid- eries, Sutc, All Included in the largest Btock of new and desirable goods in ths city, all at low and uniform prices: WILCOX & CO., 245 ai 249 GMiiel Street, Xiyoii JSuildinf., ma 1 9 dtf oamw COE OPSCltA. HOUSE. Friday Evening, March loth. OJNE SIGHT OSLT. Augustln Daly's last and bst Comedy, AN ARABIAN NIGHT, Rendered Jby Daly's Own Compaur, This piece had a successful run of nearly one hun dred nights at Daly's Theatre, New York. Prices 35c, 60., 75c. For sale Wednesday morning. March 17th, at Box Office. mal64t OE OPa.l liOUE. Tuesday Evening-, March 223d. The Greatest of all Irish Comedians, r. Jos. Murphy, In bis new play, SHAUN RKUE. A companion picture to the beautiful drama of Ker ry How. A new ceasational and comedy play intro duced last season with Unequivocal Success. An extraordinary, exciting story, written,priricipally to portray the exquisite protean talent of Sir. Murphy by the author of Kerry Gow, &o Mr. Fred Marsden. Prices, Sfi, 50, 75c. For sale at Box Office Saturday morning, March 20. ma!9 4t TIIEIIE WILL BE A Loan Exhibition AT THE DW1GI1T PLADIS (MROII, Beginning TUESDAY, March 10. The rooms will be open afternoons from 2 till 6 and evenings from 7 till 10, closing FRIDAY, March 19th. HOPE-DEAF Single Admission, Seaaaon 'Alcatels, male u 35c. SI Garmore's Artificial Ear Drums PEBTECIXT BISTORE THE HE1R1SO and perforin tbe work of tbe Bfattaaa-ml Drum. Alwaya in position, but iavlaible BO otlaeraw All Conversation and even wbiapera beard distinctly. We refer to those valns them. Send for descriptive circular. tiABMOHJB EAJt PBTJM CO, CrNCEVNATI. O. c WE TAKE PI.IA8TJRB IN INFORMIHG THE people of this city and the conntry at large that no better assortment of fine carriages can be found In tbia State than can be seen at the Iteposltory of ( A'jf ATME1US3, LAST THREE DAYS. Extras, jUfilinee Satnrdav t rotsa ina.ni. Co 14 111. RETURN WITH ADDITIONS OF G. B. BUNNEIX'a Annex to JSarnum's Z HOVEL FEATURES I II-;W ATTRACTIONS Z NEIL SMITH'S GREATEST DOGS OIV EARTH. Tattooed Man. Bearded Girl. Fat Woman. WHIsTON, THE HUMORIST. EVEEETT, MAGICIAN. TALKING BIRD. Together with a host of H17aiA.1V OVDITIGN. ONE GREAT SHOW FOR OJWE DIME. LEVEES DAILY from 1 to 6:30, and 7 till 10 p. an. ma!3 7t H. R. JACOBS, Manager. WM. H. BRADLEY & CO., JeweTy JeWellV ! L ClIAFEIi ST., Corner of Hamilton, I J J 61 and at prices that shall be satisfactory to purchasers. Wo have at few SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES In Good Order and at Low Prices ; also, s few of those nice SO No-Top Piano-Box Bug ft-ies. Please oall and select one if In want, as they will oost more soon. Repairing of All Kinds Done m the Best Manner at Reasonable Prioea by WE H.BRAIliY & CO. ABa 91 BJ norptaane UaUt SJnreal in rlDIII ryl to aaj.. no sy aiu U I U 1 1 !' BT&BiaJSrwbsAKBl, Ohio. New Goods ! New Goods ! AT STBEETEll'S Old Established and Renowned Stand. Cases lle-lilletl and Re-stocked. AU Goods of Claoice Selections. Prices Lew. BEAUTIFUL Gold and Silver Watches of well known and reliable makes. We can tniarantae all onr gooda ts be as represented. Have sold to thou sands In this and neighboring towns. Plain Gold and Aiefoans dudb ttinga in great prolusion, look at onr silverware Department before purchasing elsewhere. They are etandard goods. Special attention to Watcn and Jewelry Uemiilnc. and alao to Xngravlng in all branches. The beat work. All are welcome to can ana examine gooas. GEO. L. STREETER, . BO. 332 CHAPEL STBEET. JaSldAw