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April 22, 180.
4 VOL. XLVI1I. III il II B BUGS In Cream White, Black, Ecru, Etc, Lace Buntings, 8-4 French Goods, In all the let ding shades. Nainsook and Hamburg Embr.ideiios the finest goods in the city. Swiss Embroidery something new. Spanish Lace Fichus in Black-, White nd Cream. Bretone Lace Fichus, Lanwedox Laos Fichus, Point Laos Fichus, Scarfs, Jabots, Spotted and Dotted Laces, Veilings, Ribbons, Buttons, Fringes. Ladies', Gents' and Children's Hosiery. New and Elegant Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Fans, Eid and Lisle Gloves, Black and Cot ored Mitts, Fancy Bordered Handkerchitfs. White Iress Goods. This is to be a season for wearing White Goods. Our assortment is large and complete. An early inspection will secure yon a good selection. Fine Sheetings and Shirtings. Mourning Dress Goods the largest stock in this city. MONSON & CARPENTER, apl6 244 AND 246 CHAPEL STREET. Carpets. Carpets. Just Received, a Large Invoice of the Latest Novelties in ENGLISH TAPESTRIES. Our warerooms literally crowded with New Patterns in Body Brussels, English and American Tapestry Brus- els, xxweLlt .rniiaaelplxia ana uartiora n.xir oujjei-uua j.ujuaio, vunuu .ibub, . Everyililng 3few In Paper Hangings, Dadoes, Friezes, Gold and Bronze Paper, Embossed and flaln. Buy Now and Saye Your Money for Goods are Surely Ooing Higher. p.t.h-,,1.7- iMuiim raM fn mvna STORE SHADES. Fancy Shades mad. to order at Lowest Prices. Call on us and be convinced that you can Bave money by buying your Spring outfit at the Carpet Warerooms H. B. PERRY, 390 CHAPEL, ST., FOB RENT, A HOUSE on the corner of Pi-rnnnt and Houston streets. Apply at apio in . XttlH otrjfiujs. TO RENT. THE second floor of the house No. 64 Ken sington street; 7 rooms, gas, water, etc.; a pleasant place. Inauirecn - ap81 at THE PREMISES. TO RENT, 4Ml TO A SMALL American family, four Booms, fr-ifj city water and gas, with privileges in cellar and SSsS-attio, in the house So. G9 St. John street. In quire on apd3t - THE PBEMI8ES. TO RENT, M THREE BOOMS with modern improvements on Park street. Also the House Mo. 11 Martin street, as a whole or in tenements of four rooms each. Also a Barn In rear of 131 Park street. A. WHEELEB, apM lis Park Street. War Departm't Weatbcr Observations. Taken at T a. in., 9 p. m., 9 p. m. April 21. Barometer, 0.38u, .,! bu.au. xnermometer, it, 60, 63. Wind, direction N, S, S. Velocity, in miles per hour, 1, V, a. weather, lair, fair, clear. Maximum Thermometer. 60 desrees. Min imum Thermometer, 47 degrees. Bainfall in inches, UU. "imnm VSIOCIITOI tTUlU, , mun pw aODT, WM. D. WBIGHT, Sergt Signal Corps, U. S. Army. MAKK! AE. SPBRRY WELLS In this city. April 31. at the rest . dence of the bride's narenta. by the Rev. Dr. E. E. Beardeley, Frank H. S perry to Mary B. Wells, both of this olty. No cards. " FRISBIE WILCOX In this city, April 21, by the Bev. O. 8. Wing, cf Nor walk, Frank E. Frlsbls to Miss Jennie K. wiioox, Dam oi tnis olty, MIX B AWLIUG At Nor walk. Conn . April 91. 1880. by the Bev. O. S. Wing, Arthur H. Mix of Hamden, to juneua j. iuvuog ox una city. DKATH8, FOR RENT, .Ma THE BABBEB SHOP over 96 Church street. PhD The best located place in the city. Established JsaasLsince 1865. Rent very reasonable to a good pay mg tenant, inquire oi w in . . 11 uu v , p21 tf 96 Ohnrch Street, FOR RENT. Msv HOUSE No. 113 Whallev avenne. 11 rooms EU modern improvements. Inquire at Boom Mo. 8 Baa. Olty Hall. apM 5t G. I. GILBERT. ffiaG Btf Opposite the Green, New Haven, Conn. Ft, The Law of Reason. Double Width, Only 33 Cents. "XTIIIi tell anybody whose mi d is otxsn to sound ff Iosjicthat Fit AN K at his great Headqnar- mtb, t7 uuapei sireci, isauie to sen ciieaper than any- of his neighbors. Just think of it, some pay jnet for one single item, Kent, as high as $6,000, $4,000, $3,000, $2,000. FRISK PAYS ko mm as he owns his own store, and can sell with a ercal profit where ethers cannot, even if they have the best intentions. FRANK PAYS GASH for everything. He ia the only one of hfB competitors who does, all the rest buying on time and paying hgher prices, h1ch will convince any person that Fit AN K. can sell Cheap, will sell Cheap and does sell Cheap, as the crowds of customers and his daily increasing business testify. Bargains in Dress Goods Good Black Alpaca, 13 l-2e. Oood JBlack Cashmere, 18c. Stylish Colored Novelty. Joods at 8c, IOC, 12 l-2c, 15c, 18c. BLACK CASHMERE. fill ivw-.i Oreat Bargain. I BLAOK SILKS. Listen to Our Convincing Argument. We do not claim to be the Siik Store of New Haven, but we are the only store in this city where it is really Safe to buy a Black Bilk without BIHK. By special ontract we are enabled to warrant one of the best makes of Black Silks, giving for any Dross that does not turn out as repienented another one in exchange without charge, Ponder over it. look at our Silks at 1, $1.50, $1.75, $2, S3 25. They are Beauties, they are Cheap, they are Sttfe, Safe Safe STOCKINGS. We are the Great Flocking Store, where you can find Gents', Ladies', Misses', Boys', in plain, mixed, striped, heavy fine, cotton and woolen, from 5c up to the finest grades. Special attention we call to our elegant Balbrigan, richly embroidered with eilk, at 25c a. pair. In the following goods we have no competitors, as our prices are just about half wht the others charge : Elegant White Shirts, 60c, 60c, 75c, $1. Stylish Percale Shirts, 50c, 60c, 75c, $1. Good Calico Shirt, 20c, 25c, 35o, 50c. Substantial Cheviot Shirts, 35c. fiOc. Navy Flannel Shirts, $1. Gents' 4-ply Linen collars, 10c. Gents' Linen Collars, 6c. Gents' Linen Cuffs, 10c a pair. Gents' Paper Collars, 5c a box. Gents' Paper Collars, Al, 10c a box. Klmwood Collars, 12c a box. Gents' Silk Scarfs, half price. UNDERWEAR For Gents1, for Ladies', for Children. Winter, Summer, Fall and Spring qualities at 10c, 13c, 15c, 25c, SOc, 85c, up to the Finest Knghsh grades at half the regular price. VRead this advertisement with care. Be Bure to go to I'KANJK.'S every time, it will put money in your pockets, as money saved is monr y earned. There never was a particle of humbug about us. MIL.IUS FRANK, FRANK'S BUILDING. NO. S27 CH.A.PMT. STJIEET. ap8 s Body Brussels Carpets, IN New and Haedsonie DESIGNS. H. W Foster, fM i y-3 OKABCK STKEET. Stores and Tenements FOR KENT. BTOKE No. 79 Congress avenne, corner of Muak. urocenes, jurat ana provisions. j&Btao lished S2 years. All cash trade. Store and Tenement No. 69 Congress avenue, now and for the last 12 or 15 years occapiea by a. iebrun, Boots and Shoes. No better stand in this city for the business. Store No. 67 is now empty and is ready for occupancy. It is well adapted for almost any kind of business Gas, water, counters and shelves, all In complete order. Rents low to sood naviner tenants. Also a number of good and convenient Tenements, ranging from $5 to io per montn. Appjy to II. Slealy & Co., Cor. Oak St. and Congress Ave., malo HEALTi'S BLOCK. Office for Kent. THE FINE, laree front rrom No. 278 Chapel street, directly over Mallett's hardware store, suitable for a ba&kiDg, insurance, real estate or law office. Apply to WM. K. TOWNSESD, ma29 tf 2a White's Building. For Kent with Board, tUAA nice rfcOOIU, DW.I Ui uio imtwe, uuo Boom, third floor ; and two upper Booms ; f ur nifthAf or unfurnished : modern conveniences. Also Tabl. Board. ap21 gt 124 CHAPEL STREET. Kooms with Hoard. A SUITE of three furnished connecting Booms on second floor, with modern convenien ces and first-class board, at ap20 167 CBOWN STBEET. BOARD AND KOOMS. TO BENT from Msv 1st. or sooner, four Booms en suite or singly, with firet-class ooard ; Lurivate f anuls table : roomB hive steam heat.hot and cold water, gae, with bathroom and clceet on the same floor, and will be put in nrst-daBa order, fur mebd or unfurniBhed. Apjriy at apl7eodlt" 120 HIGH STBEET. FOB KENT, MH WITII BOABD. in a private family, a suite of I I desirable ltooroa on the first floor, with excln Sii.l give bath room. Also two very pleasant Rooms on second floor. Apcly at ma30 t 152 YORE STREET. Samuel li. Barrows, Dealer in Investment Securities, Yale National Bank Biiilding apl9 Koorti 4. HAKD CrOEIC LN BOTTLES, 8 years old, and of very fine quality. ap2u E. E. HALL HON. MAPLE 8YBUP. OALLONS Vermont, heavy body and fine, JLWV ap20 for sa!e in anv auantitv. New Crop St. Croix Bum, s. F. & Im li., OW landing ex brig T. Towner, from St. Croix, ana lur ww ui puaa or aucy paia Dy Frank O. Phippg, gncceu.r to X. Towner Ac Co., apaoot Long Wharf. N Savin Bock Shore. fXIHE finest Lot on the West Haven shore Is now of. J. fared for sale. It has 122 feet of shore front. Inquire of E. E. Bradley. At office of N. B. Wheel Co., P M Cot, xrk and Grove Streets, FOK SALE, MA Farm of S6 acres in North Branford, eight miles from New Haven ; the house new, farm well watered and plenty of woofl. Terms made easy ; 20 or 60 acres more adjoining can be had with the above if desired. For further particulars in quire of A. H. HILL, or I. B. LINSLEY, ap218tw3t North Branford. FOK SALE, MIN WEST HAVEN, the House, Barn (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 easy. For further particulars, inquire of W. H. TALLMADOE, ma2 d&wtf Near Horse R. R. Barn, West Haven. FOK KENT. rf THE large, spacious room No. 12, 270 Chapel street ; high ceilings and roof lights ; designed and occupied by a portrait painter for many years ; will be placed in fine ordrr for a permanent tenant. Also, convenient, well-lighted double office in same building. Apply to mh3 tf JOHN NORMAN, Room 11. FOR SALE, MA NEW AND COMMODIOUS HOUSE on Sherman avenne, handsomely fitted with mod ern conveniences, and most pleasantly located. Will be sold at a irreat bargain. Inquire at ' IHia OFFIUE. FOK KENT, MP ART of Store Hi State street. Inquire at THE STORE, dltf Houses with Modem Improvements, Howard avenne, H rooms. Crown street, 9 rooms. Chapel street, 14 " Wall " 14 " York 14 11 "W'hallcy ave.,17 rooms.barn Home Place, - 13 " Woodward 9 " Other Houses on Atwater etr et, Union street, Clin ton avenue, Lombard street, barn, Whltneyville,barn, Orange Btreet. barn. Warn street, barn. Lincoln street, Ward street, Howard avenne, Grand street, Clark street, Baldwin street, Muneon Btreet, Union street, East street. FOK SALE. Some vry desirable properties at low prices on easy terms. Houses from fl.500 to 20,C0Q. Building Lots, Farms and Business Property. FOlt MALE OK liXtJII AOK City Property, Suburban Property, JTarms and Manu facturing Property. Small or large sums on improved property. T. O. SLOAN, apl7 tf 3 Yale Bank Building. FOR SALE, A Desirable business prcperty, centrally located ; now rents for 10 per cent, of price at which it can be purchased. 'J crms eaiy. A beautiful place at Old Lyme on th a Connecticut river, 1W) acres of land, two lare houses and four barns; fine view of Long Island Sound and surround ing country. Call and see photograph. For Sale or Exchange, Two Houses and one Barn, with 7 acres of land, at Stony Creek Oood wbatf. A farm of 30 acres, with nee Houbo and two Barns, plenty of fruit, at lIt CanneK Farms in Connecticut, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Georgia, Texas. Land Warrants at Gov ernment prices. JJ. P. HOADLEY, No. 1 Hoadley EuilcUzi?, ap8 tf Opposite JPostoffice. FOR KENT, Three Brick Houses on Whalley avenue, be- Ltween Winthrop avenue and Norton street. These houses contain all modern improvements, have dining room and kitchen on the first . For terms apply to BROCKETT & TUTTLE, aplO tf No. 91 Goffe Street. FOK KENT, MSix rooms, No. 231 Grand street, first floor, with bath room, water closet, and other conven iences. Five room, five minutes' walk from the City Mar ket, with gas, water closet, acd city water. Four rooms, first floor, No. 20 Gill street. One Store, No. 551 Slate street. Inquire of JACOB HELLER, ap9 tf Boom No. 1, Yale National Bank Building. For Reut.--Brass and Iron Castings. Repairing1 Lawn Mowers. Wood and Goal FOB RENT. One floor, with or withont now ilFJer, for manufacturing purposes. Repairing1 and Sharpening: Lawn Ifloweni : the same called for and delivered. Brass and Iron Cawlinirai at the lowest prices, and made at short notice. Wood and Coal at the lowest prices. Or ders received at the office, 203 Grand Street. jelGtf THE O'BRIEN MFG. CO. W. P. NILES' Real Estate, Fire Insurance and Pension Agency. Business For Sale, First-class Livery Stable (with 30 boarders). ffSs Apply at once for particulars. ShL Tue whole or part of the fixtures and utensils of a first-claes Eating Houbo (on Chapel street). For Rentt one or two good tenements well located. Office, 27Q Chapel Streer, TO RENT. A FINE pTaoe in Fair Haven East, new bouse and barn and large garden ; low to a good party. In a central location. Dart of a house. seDarate entrance ana nuxnoer, o or e rooms, gas ana water ; very low to the right party ; a email family only de sirable. Also houses in Orchard street, $7 to $10 per month ; a house and barn for $9 per month ; the store 42 unurcn street ; nouae ana Darn in tuinton avsnue. For Sale, Chapel street Basin ess property, two Farms, two Building Lots, $10 per foot ; new house and barn in Fair Haven East, very low ; a house and barn in this city for $900." HENRY G. NEWTON, Boom ! White's Building, 69 Ohnrch street. np20 22 Mi. Jit. jpf TO REIT, New Haven, Conn. apS FUB RENT, MTHE spacioas room (50x18) on third floor of Central Building, 75 Orange fetreet, just flnisned. Well lighted ; all conveniences, well adapted for a society or club. Also fine, pleasant of fice on second story. Apply to iu B. BARTHOLOMEW, mhSO lm 75 Orange Street JKSIUAI5L,K KENT. M ROUSE No. 72 Howe street, with all modem improvements. Inquire at 7u Howe, or corner George and State streets. ms25tf S. W. MEBWIK. JOSEPJi SO-NNISWiSEKO, Heal Eatate and Exchange ISro&er, S38 CHAPEL STBEET. 1 j 4tf Spanish Doubloons wanted. Unl !VFVMH ted State. 4 per cent. Bonds and Fnreiim Sncnritisa bought and sold and dividends paid n United States currency. Also Oold and Silver ex. hanged at the office of JOSEPH BOSKBSBKKU, mylStf ' 238 Oaape Street. factory in Artlzaii &t. FOK KENT. WITH OR WTTTTOTTT .team DOW. A low rent to a satisfactory tenant. J. . PHILLIPS, MM Clebe Building. FOK KENT, HOUSE on Blake street, WestvUle. Boose f ; 1 contains Brooms, in good order. To the right ill J tenant the rent win be low. For particulars, call aMOEBWIN'S Baal Estate Office, 237 Chapel St., 0Io7 M. SHUMWAY, WestvUle. FOR RENT, MFINE FBONT OFFICES in the Insurance Building, suitable for lawyers or other business, at reasonable rates. Also rooms suitable for Olubs, Lodges or Associations, Apply at JSo. 6 Insurance Building. flSSm POIf. RENT. Ti.rnT umr i n U il with .mrine in onnA or der, with or without barn ; possession any time. ' AKDBEW MAB1IK, tf 19 Pearl Street. VI1K MA I.H- .TTTTnrHn TirU , Kirhril lmjvlA. and both sides of Mash street ; .00 feet in one pleoe ; price low ; terms easy. ANDBBrT UMiifl, mtt 19 Paul Street, Tbe fine Brick Dwelllngr House No. 69 York street, containing 12 rooms, bath room, water closets, marble wash bowls, hot and cold water in each room, speaking tabes, and all other modern con veniences. Kent low to a good tenant. Call at B EERS' National Photograph Gallery, ap21 s 243 Cliapel Street. TO KENT. SSJ The st ire No. 109 Court street, next east of Orange stret-t. Apply to EsaL HE SKY TBOWBBIEG3, aj3 eod tf 79 Long Wharf. H INDIAN'S Seal Estate Agency, 63 Church Street, OPPOSIT FOSTOFFICE. Money Leaned on Real Estate. Houses and Lota in all carts of the city for Bale and Bent. Bents and InterflBt money collected. Savin KocH Shore Property. 1,000 Front Feet on Iteacli Street. The most desirable on the shore, a beautiful pfrove upon a portion of it. Fine ater will be supplied from the Artesian well to all purchasers, making this par ticular location very desirable. seasuore cottages Jt or item Fire Insurance Policies written In all first-class com panies. Houses and Lots For Sale. Ml Hvutieson College Street, York, Lib Ill erly, Orchard. Hylvan avenue, Howard avenue, La. House and Barn on Georee street. Westrille. East Haven and Fir Haven. otfli witb water front in West Ilaven Lots on Micoll street, Eimberly avenue, Concreas ave nue, &c. Honi.es and Tenements torent. 2 first- class Brick Houses on Howe ttreet, between George and Crown streets, .English basements, with all the modern improvements, at a low price jrtone y 10 loan on city property. Real ft-Jattate Office 4i Church Street. Boom 5 Hoadiey Building. Ofilceopnt evenings. TO RENT, HOUSE No. 240 Columbus Btreet, $250. House No. 128 Portsea street, $200. House No. 201 Portsea street. $190. House No. 60 Liberty street, $168. Apply to mal6tf THOS. K. TBOWBBID3B. FOK SALE, THE FINE three-story and basement house ssi' No. 237 Orange street. Modern and well built, iailnquire of 8. E. MERWIN, Jr.. ap!7 12c Administrator. TO RENT, THE STORE No. 61 Church street, oppoaite it !j the postomce ; two small r-nts on Whalley ave lilLnue: second floor No. 61 Asjlum street: whole house on Henry street, all modern improvements ; whole house No. 241 Crown street ; whole house No. 54 Whalley avenne, all modern Improvements, $400 ; whole house on Clinton avenue ; Becond floor No. 29 Auburn street; whole house on Water street ; whole house corner Union and Fair streets, $21 per month ; whole house Cedar Hill avenue ; thre email rents Cedar Bill. Apply to A.M.HOLMES, apiv 6'J Church street, Koorn a. TO RENT. THE HOUSE No. 2 Yor Square is for rent. Inquire at MAINE 'd DIN iNG BOOMS, apl4 12t 37 Church btreet. New Houses for Sale, Rent, or .L.ea se, hpSriL Cn Newhall street, on favorable terms; monthly payments may apply on the purchase money. iiOut this out. Apply at once to E. U. BOWMAN, apH tf 131 Goffe Street or 109 Newhall Street. For Sale or Rent. A VERY pleasant, roomy house, with parlor, BiLuiig roum, aiaujg room ana Aitcneu oil one Soor : all modern conveniences. Pleasant grounds, good stable, good neighborhood. Also for rent, a cottage at 8avin Bock, near the John Lines place. House roomy and well finished. Inquire of api4ti li. nuAUJjti x, l noadiey uauding. TO KENT, , THE HOUSE No. 145 Whulley avenue, with jin modern improvements ; also the Brick Barn in -;S. rear of the premiees ; to separate parties if de- C. B. DTEK. painter. 120 Dwight Street. sired. Inquire of apl3 tf For Sale at a Bargain, First-Class flonse, witn modern 14 Improvements, good lot with barn, situat saed on fine avenue, frontintr on two streets, can be seen at any time. For particulars call at Room !o 5? Hoadley IZnUdlns;, 49 ijfenrch Street ie25 tf V CIOTISTOCK. FOK SALE, TWO SMALL Pony Planers ; out of use on account of size. Please call and examine them at 121 Chestnut Btreet. aplS 6t B. SHONINGEB ORGAN CO. FOR SALE CHEAP, A LOT on Main street, near Market street, Fair Haven. Lot 82xl3i. Will be sold low to close an estate. MERWIN'8 REAL ESTATE OFFICE, ap2l 237 Chapel Street. FOR SALE, A 1H OCTAVE HALE PIANO, little used, very cheap for cash if sold thiB week.or would rent to careful, responsible parties. Can be sen at ap21 3t 158 CHAPEL ST., second floor. Barbers, Take Notice. rsHE Stock and Fixtures cf the Barber Shop, 94 JL Church btreet, consisting of Barber Chairs, Cup Cases, Mirrors, Tables, Desk, Coucter, Showcases, Ac, &c, must be sold before May let on account of removal. Inquire of CARL F. 8 CHOKER, ap21 3t on the premises. ap2l 2t FOK SALE. Thoroughbred Saddle Horse for ladv or gentleman ; is broken to siDgle or double harness ; also a lady's driving Mare broken ,to saddle. No speculators need apply. JOHN WUBTS, 65 Whitney Avenue. 1880 ! 1880 Misses R. R. & R. E. Harris Invite the attention or Ladies to their select assort ment of Trimmed Bonnets and Round Hats, On Xnurfcday, April 23d, at 111 Orange Street, From 9 a. m, to 8 p. m. ap21 2t District of New Haven ss. Probata Court, April 20th, 1880. f FT STATE of TEUMAN BENEDICT, late of Wew U Haven, in said district, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof . for the Creditors of said Estate to exhibit their olaimB for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted to said jsstate are reqsesiea to mase immediate payment to GEORGE W. L. BENEDICT,) Tamfrt. J. WILLIS DOWNS, Executors. ap21 2dlw NOTICE. THE Subscribers have associated themselves to gether for the purpose of Transacting tha Real Estate Buaincss and will gi.e their personal attention to Buying, 8eiling or Renting all kinie of ItEAL E3lAiE LOANING MONEY on the same making collections, etc. We shall also cive our personal at tention to the COAL BUSINESS, and all who need Goal, either by the Cargo or Single ton, can' depend upon being supplied by us with the very best Coal the market affords. We have on our list desirable Houses for Sale and for Rent m all parts of the city. Also "A Gem." of a s -aaiae couae wun Darn, uaii ana see ns. O. F. CASE, FRED'K. A. CHASE. CASE & CHASE, 309 CHAPEL sTBCET, Over Second National Bank. sp20 ao:6t CLARKE & SANFORD, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Crockery, Glassware, Wooden Ware, Brashes, &c. 81 ANI 28 J STATE STREET, Corner Wooiter. W. HA WES CLARKE, apl tf O. E. F. SAKFOBD. EUROPE HOLY LAND. ADD THB 3d Educational roar. 1880. All Travel and Hotels flrsi-claan. Com pany Kklkot and fr from the annoyanoes incident to independent travelers. Lowest Prices. Special and important advantages enjoyed by no otner parties secured without extra charge, Prospec tas Bent free. Immediate registration neoesaary. Addres. E. X'Ot ilJ E, apl6 eodst Boston, Math FOK KENT, A GOOD STOBE, 178 Elm street. Bent low. gijj Second story, 426 Chapel street, 4 roams ; rent bX-$13 per montn. First story on Chapel street, 6 rooms. Bent reason able. First story 29 Daegstt street, 6 rooms. Second story 59 Daggett street, 4 rooms. For pirticulars call on B. L. LAMBERT, ap22 3t 340 Ohspel Street. DOHERTY In tnis city. April 20th. Hrsi Richard B Doherty, agsd 26 years, at her late residence, corner Clinton and Middletown avemnes. Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 10 o'cli a. m., at ut. jrrancis- unuron. x nenaa ana relatives are invited to attend. WOODWARD In Fair Haven (East), April 21, James u. wooawara. Notice of funeral hereafter. SIAHLNE IilST. POBT OF HSW HAVEN. AKHTVELt APRIL 21. Sen B Frank Nealley, Handy, Kennebec river, ice to Ulirioa licaerman. Sch A H Hnrlbert, Crosby, Eennebaa river, ice to .Boxion uicxerman. CIJUBES. Sch Aldine, for St Johns, ST B. KID GLOVES! We have received an assortment, and are now ready to supply tnoce waning xor tne FOSTER JS.XO GLOVE." VI7J! ahall also cloee out a few pairs of PERINOT Tf GLOVES at $1 00 per pair, recnlar urice beintr $1 75. Also 3-button Monograms at 50 cents par pair. We have received 1C0 doz. of Ladies' BALBRIGGAN HOSE, CLOCKED, fall regular made, to sell at 25 cenis per pair, as oia vnapei b trees. pva 3t HEHUY PLUMB, TO RENT. AN unfurnished front room, with Drivilece of iut room. or mil paixicuiars can at TO RENT. Ml A SUITE of rooms, second floor, anitable for a gentleman and wife, or two adults. City water. Eua-eas ana nxiures. .ros&ession at once, or May 1st. Appjy on tue premises, bso B1A1 HTKJilir. TO RENT. taV SECOND FLOOB, five rooms, corner of Clark f.'jiji ana irieaeant streeis. Appiy to 6ia "WEEKS & MERRELS, ap22 It 751 State Street. TO RENT. The House No. 9 Olark street, suitable for two families; 6 rooms and a sink room upstairs and garret: downstairs 5 rooms and a siuk room: city water ana a gooa weu ana cedars, inquire on FOR RENT, FIVE ROOMs corner Park and South streets ?f! five rooms 24 Spring street ; five rooms, five LminuteB walk from the City Market : five rooms iewia etreec, jeair uaven, ana 4 rooms uu uiu street, Inquire of JACOB HELLER, apa Boom Mo. 1 Yale Hat'l Banfc umldipg. FOR RENT, tTHE brick house No. 83 Asylum street ; as, water, heated by furnace ; all in nret-class or der: one minute's walk from Silvan avenue ho7iecra. For further particulars inquire on prem ises or i4 ue n in street. apra av FOR RENT, Ml A HOUSE plexeantly located on Kensington W street, near Chapel street. Prioe $15 per month. 3tL Also Booms suitable for a small family on Howe street. Inquire at apMtf 75 HOWE STREET. To Rent in WestvIHo, k A genteel Residence, nearly new, with good J Barn, large yard, and an abundance of fruit. 3 Rent low to a good tenant. Also a House with six rooms. Also four or five chambers in a new house, gcod neighborhood. Apply to ap22 6t Or FBIEND O. FOBD, Seymour, Ct. Rooms to Rent. t THREE pleasant front Booms in a good neigh borhood ; city and well water ; rent low to a good tenant. For particulars, call at No. 2, oor- n?r of Elliott street and Davenport avenue. ap22 St For Sale or Rent, mm FOR THE SEASON, a Honte containing ten Ipl rooms, with fine sea view and near horsa cars to UULthe olty. Call on JOSEPH SHELDON, ap22 tf 17 Exchange Building. For Sale Cheap. A HOUSE in the southern part of the city ; Mcau be bought for $it500; a small sum down. Also a fine dace in Branford of five acres, in good condition, fruit, Ac, nasr depot and shore hou ses. TO RENT A fine Store on State street in "Mer wxn's Blsck." Inquire of it. x. mlkwijn, isuuaer, ap22 3t Eld Btreet. FOR SAIiE, A GOOD location for a Factory. The lot of land situated on tbe east side of East street, next south of the Rubber Co.'s brick storehouse near Grand street, 125x124 feet, and bounded on the rear by the railroad. This property must be sold within 30 days. Apply to M. HERRI TY, auo tjnapei sireei, xwvw a miMJiiwii . cuuuiug, ap32 lm For iSale or Exchange, ftiA. A GOOD HOUSE, central location, well rent ed, clear of encumbrance. Will sell low for cash iBLor will exchange for a farm or nice residence in this city, and pay the difference in caBh. This Is an opportunity to turn a good residence or farm Into caah and paying property. For further information, call on or address GEO. A. I SB JELL, Omce 'Xodd'd JiiocE, cor. state ana im ctreeis. ap22 CJommittee on Streets. A MEETING of the Committee on streets till be ..Mr! at Room No. 10 Oitv Hall. Friday evening. April 23.1, at 7:30 o'clock. All persons interested in the following petitions are requested to be present. For paving Water street from Tomlineon bridge to Cuitom House Square. Tor lav cf sidewalk north side of West Water st.. between Hill and Lafayette streets. For relay or aidewaiK norm Biae oi ueorge Btreet, between Park and York streets, and between College and Church streets where needed. For relay of sidewalk on north eide of Elm street, between College and York streets. m i a4. oi.4A Tilnh cA lio tween Elm and Wall streets. For permission to construct telegraph lines by the American Rapid Telegraph Co. For a cobble gutter in Washington street, between Morris street and West bridge. For a brick sidewalk north side of Spring street, f ron DeWitt street to west line of No. 109. Per order of the Chairman. ap22 2t CHARLES H. B. NOTT, Clerk. FROM ALL QUARTERS. DBSTKOTBD BY Mil A Canadian City Laid in liuins. Five Thousand Persons Homeless. Several Victims JLost in the Flames. PANIC IN MADISON SQUAB E. Ihree Pearsons Killed by a Falling Wall. THE FIRE RECORD. A BURIAL FUND! Are 5 ou providing a BURIAL, FUND FOB A TIME OF NEED ? THE John Hancock Mutual Life Insur ance Company of Boston, Vow offers to all persons Insurance npon the Pruden tial Flan. By tins pin a smau psymeui. weekly se cure 8 insurance for a denoite sum, payable Within 24 Hfonrs A -Flo- -nnKr-A nf fhA rfnftfh nf Ihft innred. For 5 cents per week children from 2 to 12 years of age win be in sured for from $20 to $123, according to age. From 12 years of sge and upward the weekly premiums are from 6 to B0 cents, and the insurance from $125 to $1,- 000. The special purpose oi mis oenenceu iwm vt insurance is to provide, by trifling workly savings, a hnri&i fund or a nnm sufficient to defray the expenses of BickueBs and give a respectable burial to the in sured. Bead the pamphlets handed to you by our so licitors, or if you desire further information, call on A. N. LOCK WOOD, Oen'i tJup't, Hartford. First-class male and female agents can eeenre good territory and salary by applying to ap22 tod3t 87 State Street, New Haven, Ct. KIDNEY AND LIVER MEDICINE EVER KNOWS. HUNT'S REMEDY has saved from linger, lng disease and death hundreds who have been given up by physicians to die. HUNT'S BEMEDI cores all Diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, Urinary Organs, Dropsy, Gravel, Diabetes, and Inconti nence and Retention of Urine. HUNT'S REMEDY encourages sleep, creates an appetite, braces up the system, and renewed health is the result. HUNT'S REMEDY cnreB Pain In the Side, Back, or loins, General Debility, Female Diseases, Disturbed Sleep, Loss of Appetite, Bright'B Disease, and all Complaints of the Urino-Genital Organs. HUNT'S REMEDY quickly induces the Liver to healthy action, removing the causes that produce Bilious Headache, Dyspepsia, Soar Stomach, Costiveness, Piles, See By the use of HUNT'S REMEDY the Btomach and Bowels will speedily regain their strength, and the Blood will be perfectly purified. HUNT'S REMEDY is purely vegetable, and meets a want never before furnished to the pub lic, and the utmost reliance may be placed in it. HUNT'S REMEDY is prepared express ly for the above disease., and has never been known to fail. One trial will convince yon. For Sale by all Druggist.. Bend for Pamphlet to WM. E. CLARKE, Providence, K. I, Prices, 75 cents, and tl.26 (large size). Burnt to Ashes An Entire City Nearly Destroyed Five Xlionsand Persons Rendered Homelesa-Severa.1 Persons Lost in tbe Flames A Fearful Calam ity. Hull, Qaebeo, April 21. Fir broke out in the house occupied by one F.breau, in Charon street, about 3 p. m. to-day. A high wind was blowing and the fire spread rapidly. Help was asked for from Ottawa. Nearly all the northeastern part of the city ia already destroyed and the fire is still raging. 11:30 p. m. The fire whioh has laid the greater portion of this city in ruins broke out about three this afternoon in a wooden house in Bridge street, and was caused by a pile of burning rubbish in the baok yard being scattered about by the high wind. Uwing to the inadequacy of tne water sup ply the fire spread to adjoiniDg houses, and speedily the whole street was in flames. The Ottawa fire department was requested to send assistance, and the steam engine Conqueror with the men of No. 4 station was sent over. By this time the fire had spread to the adjoining streets. The en gines then working were the Eddys and a small hand engine for which tbe water sup ply was inadequate, and for some time the water could not be made available for the Conqueror, and so two-thirds of the city was in flames. The poor people, for it was in the quarter in which their residences were that the fire took plaoe, meanwhile were rusning up ana down frantically loos ing for father, mother, husband, wife, child or relative. Others were making frantic at tempts to savo their furniture or a part thereof from the devouring element, lie ports in circulation are of divers kinds. There are several people said to be missing. A poor blind man who was put into a house for safety, which wag afterward burned, is now missing. Another half demented mother is looking for her three little children, who it is feared are burned to death, and many little ohildren are to be met crying and pitifully asking for their parents. The scene through out is one of the most agonizing description. Some five thousand people are left houseless and homeless while some two thousand houses are burned to the ground. The fire was got under control about 9 o'clock, and all danger of further conflagration is now over. The Marquis of Lome and Princess Louise and suite, as soon as they heard of the fire, ordered out their carriage and proceeded to the scene of the conflagration. His Excellency has promised to send over assistance in the shape of provisions, clothes, eto. Mayor Leduc has used every effort and has summoned the Council to meet in order to devise means for the assistance of the peo ple. The City Hall has been thrown op.n for the use of the poor people and the principal of the Christian Brothers' school has made a similar offer. Very little furniture has been saved, and that only in the shape of chests of drawers, etc. The clothing saved in a large majority of cases is on the backs of the peo ple. Several accidents to firemen and others from falling debris are reported, but in the present exoitement the true extent of the in jury done cannot be learned. At one time it was feared that the fire would reach teddy's extensive match factory and lumber yards, but a favorable turn in the wind changed th. di rection of the flames. The loss will be fully a quarter of a million and probably more. The amount of insurance oannot be ascertained to night, but it is thought to be very small. Connecticut River Shad. Price Seduced ! 10 GTS. FEB LB. - JULSON BROS. Provision and Packing Co.. SOS and 507 State St., and 354 Grand St. j ap32 Otber Fires. New Yoek, April 21. Soon after 6 o'clock this morning fire was discovered in the chem ical factory of Vasscher & Hall, at No. 500 Cherry street. The flames spread rapidly, and soon Nos. 496 and 498, occupied by the same firm as a storeroom, were on fire. A second alarm was sent out, and the firemen by hard work gained control of the flames, and by 7 o'clock the fire was extinguished. Vasscher & Hail lose $1,500. The building, owned by the Murphy estate, was but slightly damaged. The cause of the fire is unknown. At 6:30 this morning the five-story brick factory Nos. 173 and 175 Prince street was dis covered to be on firo. Two alarms weret sounded. The fire had started on th. third floor and in a few moments the floors above were in a blazs. The three npp.r floors are occupied by D. H. Bebrecd, manufacturer of fancy furniture, whoso loss is $1,500. Jchn Wattern, table maser, wno occupies tne sec ond floor, loses $4,000, and Philip Kautailor, on the first floor, $7o. lue building was not much damag.d. Richmond, Me., April 21. Fire broke ou early this morning in the basement of Hogaa Brothers' shoe factory and extended to the large brick shoe factory occupied by W. T. Morgan & Co., demolishing both. A box manufactory owned by O tis 'Whitney, a coa shed owned by A. L. Theobald, a steam yacht owned by I. M. Small & Co., a house owned by I. A. Merriman, and four other buildings were also destroyed. Two hundred persona are thrown out of employment. Losses Hogan Brothers' building and oontenta $20, 000, insured for $9, 500; buckfaotery, fixtures and engine, P. M. Whitmore trustee, loss $25,000, insured for $12,000; W. T. Morgan & Co., stook and machinery, loss $60,000, in sured for $25,000. Other losses aggregate $200, insurance $600. The causa of the fire ia unknown. HEW YOKK. Accident at tbe Madison Square Oar den Fall of a Side Wall A Terrible Panic Three Persons Killed and Sev -eral Injured. New Yoek, April 21. A terrible- accident occurred at Madison Square Garden this even ing, by which three persons were killed and several seriously injured. Immediately after the last six days' pedestrian contest the Gar den was elaborately fitted up for a fair in aid of the Hahnsmann Hospital, and was opened for that charity on the 12th inst. Crowds of visitors have been in daily attendance and the receipts have b..n larger than was anticipated. This evening at 9:15 about 2,000 persona wura in the building and hundreds were flocking in through the main entrance on Madison avenue. Suddenly and without warning almost the entire corner of the northwest part of the building on the Twenty-seventh street side and Madison av enue caved in above the first fioor, and fell with a terrible crash across the street to the opposite side of the walk. The falling de bris shook the building to its foundation, while the noise sounded like a clap of thunder. It struck terror " among the spectators and caused a panic, and for cev eral minutes the scene inside was almost in describable.' Women rushed about scream ing in terror, while hundreds, believing that the entire building was about to fall, rushed towards the doors, whioh In a few moments were blocked, and despite tbe exertions of the officers it was at one time feared that hun dreds of lives would be lost. Finally after about half an hour of terror and fright the excitement became somewhat abated. In the meantime several alarms had been given from outside, and in a few minutes sev eral fire engines and a dozes, ambu lances were at the scene. The Seventh regiment, which was passing on parade about the block at the time, was ordered to "break" by Colonel Clark. The men imme diately stacked arms, pulled off their coats and set to work with the firemen and police men in searching among the debris for the dead and wounded. After a few moments' search an elegantly-dressed lady was found dead. She was immediately removed in an ambulance to Bellevue Hospital. Close by was aHittle girl terribly bruised. William W. Tilston, manager of the bench show, was next rescued. He had both legs and one arm broken. He was take a to Boosevelt Hospital. Four ladies who were rescued from the interior of the building re fused to give their namesand were taken home in carriages. -The killed and wounded are as follows: Killed Mrs. Annie Willets, 36 East Thirty-first Btreet ; Mrs. Hegeman, 9 West Thirty-first street ; an unknown woman dressed in black silk and wearing diamond jewelry. Wounded William H. Geeton, both legs and an arm broken ; H. B. Daber, 14 West Forty-sixth street; four ladies who refused to give their names, slightly injured and taken home. Several other persons were severely injured and taken home by friends. Returning- Delegates Tllden and Ills Opponents. -TaiuraaBT Disconsolate but Bound to Defeat Xilden. New Yoek, April 21. The Tilden regular I Democratic delegates to the Syracuse oonven- ! flnn v.n t.A fi-f a .atnrn rt th. ltV- and the advanced guard of that division arrived at the Grand Central depot shortly before noon. The larger body of delegates did not reach the city till 6 p. m. They all appeared very jubi lant and claim a decisive victory over their opponents. A special .train containing the Tammany braves and followers, whioh left Syracuse at 10 a. m. arrived at 7:30 p. m. The majority of the Tammany men looked worn out and disconsolate, but tried to put as good a faoe on as possible. They did not appear desirous of talking about their late de feat, but one well known delegate from this city said : "Tammany went to Syra cuse to try and create harmony and unite the Democracy of the State; but how were we received? We were not even granted a hearing. They tried the same game on us last fall and we oheck-mated them. We prevented the election of Tilden's man for Governor, and we intend to prevent the election of Tilden for President. I can tell you," concluded he, "that there is a minor ity of Democrats in this State who are strongly opposed to his nomination, and who have sworn to defeat his .lection should be be nominated." None of the regular De mocracy would say whether Tilden would be the choice of the Cincinnati convention, neither would they say that be would not. Xbe Whiltaaer Inquiry Testimony of The Cadets. West Point, April 21. B. C. Welsh, asus. pended cadet, was sworn. He said a student named Palmer, who was a candidate for West Point, had fold him the second day before the Highland Falls article appeared in the New York Times, that he (Palmer) had heard from some one in the village that cadets were at the Falls and bad said that Whittaker would be "fixed." Palmer said he had beard it from a milkman. Welsh said he understood from what Palmer said that the cadets were at Byan's place. Welsh said he did not know what milkman Palmer referred to. Cadet John B. MoDonald of the seeond class, who was suspended in 1878 for striking Whittaker, was called to the stand and an swered every question of the formula in the negative, promptly and plainly, and he was asked no other questions. Cadet Frank B. Andrus,who also had trouble with Whittaker some time ago also answered the questions in the negative promptly. The following has been issued : Headqttabtebs Department op "West Point) United States Military Academy, y West Point. N. Y.. April 21. 1830. 1 General Orders No. 14. Tue Major General ooromandinff desires to assure tbe corps of cadets of his unshaken faith In their honcr and integrity and or his appreciation of their mtnly bearing uaderhe grievous wrong and injustice which they have recently suffered. The eutrige committed on the 6th of April, even if oommitted by some of iseir numoer, was justty x.ic so ds no lest an outrage upon th. orps ; yet thh. has ben followed by even greater insults and indignities heaped upon all cadets indiscrionnat'lT, and through them upon as many re- speo'aoie iaraines ana communities m s'l parts oi the couat'y. These wrong have come, in saanv cases. from S3urces where justice and reasonable confidence wereexpectea. While repelling these false accusations with Just in dignation, the cadets have endured them with becom ing Clguity, anu confidence that justice would be done to a'l. As an expression of his auDXvciatlon of their character and conduct, the Commanding General is pieasea to remove an restrictions neretoior. lmposea ny uis oraers npon tne usnai privileges oc oauets. Asy commana oc major ueneral Bcnon.ld. William M. Whebbt, Acting Assistant Adjutant General. Cadet Fred G. Hodgson was then shown the handkerchief whioh has figured in tbe case with a large hole in one corner. He de clared it to be his. Other cadets gave unim portant testimony. The .lamination of the cadets will be through to-morrow morning, when it is said testimony of a startling nature will be given. Nothing of any apparent im portance lias so far been obtained from the cadets, every one swearing that neither he nor any one he knew had anything to do with the aSEault. New York City. New Yobx, April 21. Tbe regular weekly offerings were received at the sub-treasury in Wall (treat to-day for sale to the Government of United States bonds to be applied to the sinking fund. There W6re twelve bidi in all aggregating $4,GC7,250 at prices ranging in the neighbor hood of market rates. The Secretary of the Treasury decided to aecept $3,000,000. The flag on the Produce Exchange was a half-mast to day in respeet to the memory of E. Li. Potter, an old and esteemed member, who died at his residence in Brooklyn this morning. He was born in Windham county, Conn. , and was about 50 years of age. He came here just before the war, and after serv ing as clerk in a down town store he went into the flour firm of Hammett to Potter. The partnership was dissolved about sieht years ego, and Mr. Potter then continued alcne :n the gram and nour commission. NEW ENliliAND. lasaclii:aatts. jEtnotional Insanity in a Cat. Oldtown, April 21. A marked case of "emotional insanity" in a cat is shown by one of these animals in a family of this place, which adopted a chicken a year ago and abandoned her owa kittens. This y.ar the cat has repeated the operation, having kittens hich she abandoned, and adopting another chicken whioh had been brought into the house for warmth. THE NATIONAI; CAPITAL.. Sitting null's Band and tbe Govern ment. Washington, April -21. The report made by General Miles on Sitting Bull and his band, in whioh it is recommended that the United States accept as prisoners of war snob, of said Indians as may wish to surrender themselves, has been forwarded to Generals Sheridan and Terry for their views on the subject. This action is merely in accordance with the usual custom prevailing in the army and is not intended to give the re port any official indorsement. The views of General Miles are not approved by the Administration and will t.ot be adopt ed. The position of this Government with regard to Sitting Bull and his Indians has been previously stated in these dispatches. The position is one from which the Govern -ment will not recede. It is in effect that the Canadian or British authorities having afford ed these Indians an asylum and protection on British soil, at a time when said Indians were declared enemies of the United States, are bound to see that they do not violate the neu trality laws by again invading our soil ; that all such Indians caught on this side of the line shall be treated as en.mi.s, and that Great Britain is bound for all damage such Indians may do by raids or invasion of our soil, the same as if such raids or invaaion were made by other citizens of Great Britain. These views have long since been communi cated to the British authorities through their minister here. Of course we could net main tain this principle if we should deoide to ao -cept even the .surrender of one of Sitting Bull's band. jFortj-Sixtli Congress. Washington, Jpril 21. Sxnats. Tbe morning hour having expired, un finished buiinei. came-up, being th. Geneva Award bill and the pending qnesilon being the smendment of Mr. H'jar to stria, out lines 1 to 11, inclusive, of Sec tion 4 of the committee1, bill that aomits the claim of th. insurance companies. Adopted, 38 to 19. Mr. E imunds nicved to stria, out line. 12 to 17, in clusive, which was adopted. Further amendments made by Mr. Edmunds were adopted. Mr. Faton moved the lndefiaite postponement of the bill, and this was carried by a vote of 13 to 28. Mr. ttlai.e, who bad charge of his side for that pur pose, noved to reconsider the laet vet.. Mr. Thurman moved to-table the motion. Mr. Idmandi said that after the claims of Insur ance companies had been exclnded from the bill by vote of the Senate, ha reached the conolusion that it would be right to retain in the bill the clause to pay those suffering from the. rebel cruisers, and this was the only olss that could be considered. Mr. Voorhees said that he did not suppose that the proposition of the Senator from Connecticut (Eaton) was a serious one. Tbe award would never save been made if It was known that it was to be covered into the Treasury for th. us. of th. Government. Mr. Eston It hu been covered into th. Treasury for a y.ar and a half . Mr. Voorhees Well, then, I will us. the work taken. It is not right. We will stand befor. th. world as dis honored. I would favor th. return of this money to England rather than such a disposition. It is a dis grace that, having received this money for one pur. pose, we use it for another. Mr. Tburman Th. Senator has proceeded under an utterly false assumption. Th. indefinite postpone, ment does not mean that this money is to be kept in th. Treasury, but that th. present bill is incomplete and It seeks to improve it. After further discussion the motion to reconsider was laid on th. tabl. by a vote of S3 to 28. Mr. Withers moved that th. Senate take up th. bill providing appropriation, for th. support of the army, which was agreed to, and the bill went over aa unfin ished business. Mr. McPherson reported favorably the bill to au thorize and equip an expedition to th. Arctic Seas, and stete;l that as it required Immediate action he would call it up on Monday at 5 p. m. On motion of Mr. Edmunds th. Senate went Into executive session, and when the dcora were opened the Senate adjourned. House. After there had been many dilatory mo tions tilt re was a lull in the proceedings, and an effort was made t- cjnaider all differences, but it was a fail ure.. Finally Mr. McMahon said that as the other side were not disposed to vote and were obstructing publics business Mr. OoDger (interrupting) said that that statement was insulting and untrue. The Speaker, ranping vigorously with his gavel, said he would not any longer permit such language and epithets on the floor. Mr. Conger expressed his satisfaction that the chair naa rerouted tne gentleman xrom unto, (ureas jaogii- ter Mr. McMahon thought the rebuke was on the other side. He went on to say that aa the gentlemen on th. otner siae were not aieposea to vote, ana as utey ob structed nnblic business bv declinine to vote he wonld withdraw both motions to limit the debate and that to go into Committee of the whole. Mr. Atkins reported the Naval Appropriation bill and it was referred to the Committee of the Whole Mouse on the Stte of the union. On motion of Mr. Springer, of IUinoU, the House proceeded to the consideration of business on the Speaker's table. The concurrent resolution of the Senate having been taken up directing, the Commis sioners on Agriculture of the re pective houses to con sider generally the subject of agriculture and report by bill or otherwise what can or ought to be done by the general Government to better advance, eccoarag. and foster agricultural interests, Mr. Beagan offered an amendment that the committees be directed also to inquire as to the effect on the agricultural interests of th. country of the adoption of revenue tariff instead of protective tariff and the proper revision of the laws relating to internal revenue taxation. Mr. Springer gave notice of an amendment which he would offer to refer the resolution to the Committee on Ways and Meane, with instructions to report th. same back within three weeks with a provision for revenue tariff instead of protective tariff and prop er revision of the laws relating to Internal revenue taxation. Pending consideration of the subject ths House at 4:35 took a reoess unm 7:3U. xne resolution cannot come up until the House again goes to business on the Speaker's table. The session of to-night was for the purpose of con sidering District of Columbia bills only. THE SOUTH. Virginia. Tbe Republican Convention. Staunton, April 21. Both wings of the Kepublicans caucused to-day. The "straight- outs" bave 72 and the Hahoneites 48. The latter concede their defeat and threaten to hold an independent convention in Biohmond on the same date as the readjustors. They will make John F. Lewis chairman. Tbe "straightouts" are under the leadership of General Wickham, and the Hahoneites are in communication with Messrs. Cameron, Gor. ham and Cockling, and will act as advised. The Republican State convention met at 12 m. and elected Peter J. Carter (colored), 'straightout.'temporary chairman by a vote of 76 to 48 over J. C. Kill (colored) Mahoneite. The committee on credentials was appointed and the convention adjourned till 4 p. m. On reassembling at the afternoon session Colonel Pooham (white), Mahoneite, ad dressed the convention by request, and ad vised it not to make a carpet bag negro ticket as heretofore, but to wait till after tne reaa juBtere' convention and make a respectable ticket. J. H. Rives (white), "straightout," followed and insisted on making the ticket at this convention. WEST INDIES. Terrible Drought in Jamaica. Kingston, Ja., April 14. The effects of the prolonged drought are severely felt. The pastures are completely burned up, and cattle are driven from one point to another in search of water. At Brownstone, in the high lands of St. Ann, water is sold at six cents a four-ga'.lcn tin, and then has to be carried miles on tbe beads of the purchasers. There is an epidemic among the cattle on the estates and pastures on the north side, many having died on the Georgia estate and other proper ties. A veterinary surgeon has gone from Kinsston to the infected district. A succes sion of fires has destroyed cane fields and grass lands. At the Rose Hall estate and (Jin Damon Hall, in Trelawny, one hundred and fifty acres of cane were destroyed, ail result ing from a stray spark from a laborer's pipe, Fires have also been reported at Orange Grove "Retreat" and Springvale. THB OLI TTOKLD Oreat Britain. Survey for tbe Sahara JUailroad. London, April 21. The caravan which went on a preliminary survey for the pro posed Sahara railroad has returned to Algeria, They thoroughly explored the country be tween Ouedrhin and Elcolcah, to the south of which they perceived passes through the great sand banks barring tho Insalah route. They were unmolested. Tbe Parties in Parliament An Iriata IHsaerrcciueiit Who will be Pre mier ? London, April 21. Mr. Parnell has written a letter in reply to the circular signed by Mr. William Shaw and others, convening a meet ing of the Home Rule members of Parliament for the 27th instant, declining to attend, be cause they (the llome Rulers) will be at the date proposed ignorant cf the composition of ths new government and its programme re lating to Ireland, and as a conference of the reformers has been convened for the 29th in stant to formulate a demand for a change in the land system, which will be one of the principal matters for action by Irishmen at the next session of Parliament, Mr. Parnell thinks that the members of the Home Rule party generally would prefer that, before meeting, they should have the advantage of the deliberation of this conference. Mr. Par nell, presiding at a recent meeting of the Land League, denied the statement that the Irish relief fund had bsqp devoted to political purposes. Mr. Charles H. Weldon, Home Rule mem ber, re-elected for county Kildare, replying to Mr. Parnell's letter, combats his objections to the holding of a conference on tbe 27th in6tant, and points out that, under the pres idency of the late Dr. Isaao Butt, a similar meeting was held after the general election in 1874 and before tho meeting of Parliament, and that it has eince been the universal rule of the Irish Parliamentary party to meet in Dublin immediately before the opening of the session. The London correspondent of tbe Manches ter Guardian says: "It is reported that Sir Fitzroy Kelly, Lord Chief Baron of the Ex chequer, i3 to be created a peer, and that Sir John Holker, Attorney General, will succeed him as Chief Baron of the Exchequer. It is likely that after to-day's (Wednesday's) Cab inet Council, or on Thursday morning, Lord Beacons field will go to Windsor to tender his resignation, and the Queen will immediately send for the statesman she desires should be his successor. It appears to be the general belief that Lord Hartlngton will be sent for." It is quite possible that the actual retire ment of the ministers will be deferred until after the marriage of the Princess Frederika of Hanover with the Baron Rammingen, which will take place next Saturday at Wind sor, ana to wnicn fjord ueaconsneld and sev eral members of his Cabinet have been in vited. A change in the ministry before that date would upset the programme of the wed ding. It is now considered that the Queen is al most certain to send for Lord Hartington, but ths Liberal leaders have decided upon Glad stone as Premier. One Result of Grant's Election. London, April 22. The Times this morn - ing thinks that General Grant's election to the Presidency will afford a better chance than has hitherto oecurred of saving the executive gov ernment in a partisan spirit. aavKiissM oy steamers New Yobk, April 21. Sailed, the St. Lau rent for Havre, the Gallia for Liverpool, the Erin for London, the Amsterdam for Rotter dam. Arrived, tho Elysia from London, the Saratoga from Havana, the Italy from London, the Bothnia from Liverpool. Baltimore Sailed, the Sardinian for Liv erpool. Hamburg Arrived, the Westphalia from New York. Sailed, the Frisia for New York. Southampton Arrived, the Mosel from New York for Bremen. Liverpool Arrived, the Lake Cham plain from Portland. Sailed, the Spain for New York. London Sailed, the Greece for New York. TKUKttiSA.PHlU .fOTTINOS. Ten thousand tons of ice, owned by Ensign, at Point Boohe, N. Y. , slid into Lake Cham plain Monday: loss $12,000. Within three weeks no less than two thou sand persons, mostly French Canadians, bave left Montreal and vicinity to settle in the United States. The saw mill of W. A. Blarton, near War rington, W. Va., exploded its boiler Tuesday. Ed Cunningham, sawyer, was killed and the mill totally wrecked. Tbe Republican State convention of Geor gia met yesterday at Atlanta, but the day was mostly spent in discussion, and after effecting a permanent organization the convention ad journed until to-day. FINANCE AND TRADE. SpeaJal Oorrrspondanceof the Joubkax. ahx Ooumine Joss H. Davis & Co., Bankers and Broken,! nu. i rvBH HLreet, new xora, v April 41, 1880., J The announcement of the sale cf bond, occasioned a yielding and great dullness in stocks, which up to mid-day had been st: ocg, active and on th. advance The general -market continues extremely sensitive. The Bond Market. Government bond, were active, first higher, then lower, and recovering again at the clow, leaving off on the basis of 1073 for coupon fours. State bonds were absolutely neglected. In rail road bond, a large and active business was done and prices were strong and higher all around. Btooks closed a. follows : RT.T. Oec. A Huason,132Js' I Ohio.. . . Brie .4 Lake Shore 108 V 0. t Pittsburg 111 northwestern........ 95 do pref 109 Bock Island Paoiae Hail St. Panl St. Paul pref Canton........... Oon.Coal Morrle Qulokailver Quick Hllver Pref.. Mariposa do. pref Harlem Harlem pref rename .. 80 .J04 62 "l08 .. 13 .. 67 ..390 Illinois Central 1U7J SCX- Western Union 107X Wabash 41 Union Pacific 89 Michigan Central.... 92 N.J. Central 70 Del. L. t W 90J4 Del. It Hud Canal.... 82 O. O. I. 0 1S3- Fort Wayne 118 Terr. Haute S3 j-erre naut. t.i . . . . 67 Chicago 4t Alton no Chicago at Alton Pref. 123 A & p. Telegraph .... 14 Missouri jracmo..... - Quincy 123 Ban. & St. Jo 34.S H'tf'd Erie 66 do. guarantfrea.. cu Land Grant 110 X dorernment bonds cloMd a. follow. : V. 8. .. 1881. coup. .105'-; I New 4s. coup 107 New Ss, reg 102 I New 4s, reg 1('83 New 6s, coup.... 103 C.H.new4e, coup.. 108 V new4.,reg iij u. a. currency os.... EXPRESS STOCKS. Adam. Ill I American 67 wans, aargo at UO...JU4, united Htates 47 LOCAL NEWS. .Base .Ball. Xbe Came at lite Howard Avenue V round. If ale 12, Albany 6-Some Fine Batting. There were about tbree hundred people at the game of ball at the Howard avenue grounds yesterday afternoon. The Albany professional were severely beaten by the Yale team, who batted both Critchley and Pike with ease. The game was hotly contested until the eighth inning, when the college nine, by excellent batting, made five runs. The noticeable features of the game were the fine fielding by the professionals and the heavy bat ting by Clark and Parker. The Howard ave nue grounds are in good condition, and we understand that more games will be played there this season. The following is the score : YALE. Batting. Fleldlnp-. A.B. O. B..1B.TBB FO.A.CO. Hutchison, s.s . G 3 2 2 10 1 2 4 Parker, 8b 65044 22e Lamb, p 6 3 2 2 13 . 0 8 Badger,2b. 6 3 2 2 13 0 3 4 Camp, 1. f 6 4 0 1 S 4 4 Hopkins, lb 6 3 0 2 4 12 0 13 Watson, c S 3 2 0 8 6 4 13 Clark, o. f 5134 13 112 PUtt, r. f 52128 103 Total 50 27 12 19 78 27 0 f8 Batting. Fielding A.B. O. B. ln.TJSn. PO.A.CO, Dorgan, r. f Pike, c. f Tobin, lb Burke, 3b Fulmtr, 2b Say, a. s Morrisey , 1. f Keenan, o Critchley, p 5 2 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 2 4 3 4 4 4 3 0 4 0 4 0 1 10 2 6 0 6 1 5 2 9 e 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 e 12 0 6 4 8 7 10 0 3 1 6 3 3 Tital 41 27 6 7 41 S7 17 49 123466789 Yale 0 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 612 Albany 3 0101100 06 Earned runs Yale 4, Albany 1. First base on errors Yale 9, Albany 8. Three ba?e hits Hutchison, Pike. Two bsse hits Clark, Piatt, Pike. Strikes railed On Yale 10. on Albany 12. Btrlkes miseed By Yale 22, by Albany 39. Bails ca'led On Lamb 104, on Critchley 107, on Pike 40. Double plajs Say and Burke. Time of game Two hours and fif ty-five minutes. Umpire Mr. Michaol Lynch, of Holyoke, Mass. SEASONABLE Summer Silks, Printed Iiiuei'g, Lawns, Cambrics, "Muslins, Oing nams, Orenadines, Cashmere de India, Parasols, Umbrellas, liaces of all kinds, Hamburg Trimmings, Kuchings, Viisle Cloves, Mitts, Gloves, Hosiery, Merino Under wear, Fringes, Crimps, Kibbons, 8ftli Ribbons, Sliatvls, Spring .Garments, Buttons, Novelties in Dress Goods and Trimmings, all at low end uniform prices. WILCOX & CO., 245 ai 249 muni Street, Ity on ISuildiiag. aplS dif oamw H SOMETHING- NEW. VB PUNCH AT ap22 GILBERT & THOMPSON'S. RIACARUONS. ABABEE'3 Cocoanut Macaroor.8, SOc. per 11., ut MJ sp22 QILBEBT & THOMPSON'S. KE8TAUKANT FOK KENT. THE Restaurant in the basement of the Qolntii piack Club House. Apply, betwesi the hour? of 10 and 11 a. m., at Boom 2, apw U UHAPhL 51,'UKK 1. f BE BUSINESS recently carried on by tbe U1e LYMAN TBEADWAY is now offered for sale bv the Administrator. It has been continaouely -oc-ducted at the pressnt stand since being one of the ?lest Establishments of the Kind In New England. THE BUSINESS CONSISTS OiT Faniace, Range, Stove, PItb mtig and Tin "Work, In connection with the sale of Houbo Furnishing Gooda. The location ia one cf the best, having a large atore and work shop, with a rear entrance for tiaitg in and sending out all heavy work. The stack Is email and well selected, and free from all odds and ends. Tne Btocr, Tools, .Fixtures, cM win su oe soxa, ana a favorable arrangement can be made for a rt ntl of the nremipeR. References as to tbe business can be made of RICHARDSON, BOYNTON & CO., New York, or of RICHMOND STOVE CO., Norwich, Conn. For examination of stock, inquiry aa to terms, &, call on or address either of the undersigned, at New Haven, Conn. 5h:ZK$gSl Adminietrato,s. New Haven, April 19th, 1880. ap2l lot SITUATION WANTJEI, BY A young g!rl to do general housework, or as secend girl in a email family. Apply for to days at SpXi It 501jr A A H. X X Hi OX SsJ&Ea A . SITUATION WANTED, By A young girl to do general housework in a email family. Apply at apt2 lt 22S WAIXAOE STBEET. SITUATION WANTED, BT A capble,tnastworthy man as night watchman, or any such kind o work. The bet recoi men- dallons can be given. Apply at ap23 atw j iiio ut t iuL. WANTED, TWO or three good men to canvass on Picture Frames. Good inducements offered at the apXi It INLW I UKn. jp AZi A Alt, ZO nape i oi. TV A1STEI. A SITUATION to do second work in a private family. Apply at WANTED, A PAPER Hangers and 8 Painters. L 1. O, BEARDSLET, lp22 It 609 Bute Street. OlJtlj WANTED, TO PO general homework for a lamiiy aooui inree mile s out of ths city. Inquire at Til TO OBlTTfi R apxi 21- -"-J ' WANTED, ASTITOHEB. Apply to THE BOB TON BU0KBOARD CO., WANTED, A RELIABLE, middle-aged .Prot stant woman for J general housework ; most be a good washer and froner. Inquire at ap22 3t jam b a ke H i-. SITUATION WANTED, BY A competent girl to do second work in a private family ; good reference. Apply at present plaoe. apXJ 11 OMJ UQArrill DAlVXvCiX. SITUATION WANTED, 3 Y a married man (no children) as coachman and (;ilX't5Juea7. aillUHl J O10 W vajvciicuw uau ao thoroughly competent. Best of rerences fnrniehed. Apply at p22 3t 117 LAFAYETTE BTREET. SITUATION WANTED. AS laundress or to do general housework in a pri--Mt rmiAF tintAl la will iii i7 sand oblislns. Reference it required. Apply at SITUATION WANTED, . BT competent woman to cook, wash and iron in a private family, or to do general housework in a 11 n-l.ta hmtlv Univl vefoveTlCBS fflVeU. Can m.ll be seen ap22 nvaw tamiiy, or to no genera uu"""- -private family. Good references given. Can " -i , DAVENPORT AVENUE, ap22 WANTED. FROM 8 to 5 rooms, centrally located ; rent must be moderate and pay will be prompt. Best If " - -axr a MTRn. BY A XOTJNG gentleman, a pleasant unfnr 1 nished Boom with board ; private family pie Iferred : references exchanged; state location and terms, Addres .., ap21 2t "..w. n,, uui vuivo. Wanted Immediately. GOOD canvassers in New Haven and other cities and town, in Connecticut. Also one good agent to travel with samples. Large profits and quick sales. Address P. O. Box 73, or call at City Hotel from 9 to 12 a. m. ap21 6t WANTED, FAUILY WASHINGS at my house. Terms reason able. I will not injure the choicest lace, on ths finest clothes. I nss the Little Citaat, Jr., Washing iliac bine. MRS. F. D. HAWLEY. ap21 3t 8 Pine Btreet. WANTED, A SITUATION by a young lady as copyist ; stea dy employment desired. Address N. E. HOUI.T, ap21 4t West Cornwall, Conn. WANTED, BY A respectable girl, a situation to do general housewoik or any kind of second work ; can glv. the best of recommendat'ons. Apnly for two days at ap2I2." 34 BUOAD STREET. WANTED, fOOD cooks, laundresses, waitresses, cbamber jT maids, kitchen girls, dishwashers, and girls for general housework in the city and country. None but good reliable ones need spply. BROWN'S JSmployment Office, ap21 lm 191 Meadow Street. WANTED. 2J GOOD Corset Boners. We have advanced our prices for boniog in order to get smart boners. I. NEWMAN ft CO., ap20 3t 106 Park Btreet. Wheel Rlmmers Wanted. rfWO or three flrt-class ones- None others neell A apply. NEW HAVEN WHEEL CO., ap20 3t Cor. York and Prove Streets. WANTED, 2,000 Live Fowls ! J nelson Brothers I'acliI ng aisrt Provision Co., ' ap20 6t 305 and 507 State Street. it APPLY AT DOMESTIC " Sewing Machine Office, 206 Chapel Street, ap!7 tf NEW HAVEN, CONN. WANTED, w FOUR ROOMS, suitable for housekeeping, pleasantly located for a family of two, within 8 minutes walk of City Market. Address sp!6 6t' " 8. R. B.,",Oonrier OMoe. WANTED EXPERIENCED buttonhole makers, fiuishors and ironers. ELM CITY SHIRT O J., ap6tf Corner State and Court 3tr?et8. ijA UD KF J tO Y Employment Office. S A8 constantly on hand help suitable for prlva ft 9. families, aa well aa for hotels, boarding house and restiuranta. Great attention ia paid by the pro prietor of the establishment in the choice of girls and women before Bending them to nil a situation. Coun try calls of any distances are promptly attended to. 33 Orange Btreet, near Crown street. GAUDEFROY. WANIjED TIO BUY, a lot of Second-Hand Furniture and Car pets. Highest cash price paid. Orders by mall promptly attended to, at OV0 23 CHURCH STREET. i,000CrOTHE8 WKIKtiERS to repair. g AKPET SweepTP, Fluting Machines. Richard S szii'd Original Little Washer, The Excelsior and Welcome B-ncn WriDgers. Wringers of all kindB sold for cash, or on weekly installments, at the Basket and House Furnishing Store of GEO. D. LAMB, the Wringer Man, 199 Chapel Btreet. Call and see the large variety of Beautiful Granite and Iron Ware Tea and Coffee Pots. ma9 d&w H. WTSear.e, " Surveyor and Civil Engineer, No. 5 Conn. Saving. Bank Building:, o7 81 OnUROH STKEET. AT Wier's Hall. No. 261 Elm Street. Doors op?n at 7. Commence at 8. Admission . . 10 and 15 cents. ap22 It Twelfth Select Social. ExceHior Chapter. O. K. S, IVo 3. tAt Atheoeum Hall, Benedict Building, corner Church and Center Btreets, on Friday evening, April 23, 1880. Dancing to commence at 8:30 p. m. Tickets 25 cents each person. ap22 at COE'S OPI3ISA IIOUE. Thursday Evening, April 22, 'SO. RICE'S Surprise SO Extravaganza Artists : Now at Globe Theatre, IJoHton, and for three wetksto " StlLiid i Mtr Itocim uly." Wil lie Edonln, Alice Atherton, snd all the favorites 111 the (.orgeous Spectacle, entitled REVELS ! Paris Costumes en tin iff $15000. Spark ling; irlntiic Beauty and Novel ties Unparalelicd. Tickets at Box Office Tues Jay morning, April 20tU. lit served, 75c and 1. Ad miss on, 60 and 75c. apl 9 4t Mr, J. N. Pattison's (OP NEW YOEK) Piano Forte Recitals, AT THE AT HK INK CM, Thursday veniar, April 33d, Last of the Course, 8ubjecC : 1. Von Beethoven. Admission, wills ICe.crvcd Scat, SO cts. For sale at Looniis' Temple of Music. rr.a26,29tl,3,S,8,10,ai,16,17,19,22 COE'S OSE8SA MOUSE. JSou!j' Evening, April 26. An Excellent Attraction ! OF THB j It I T K It I O N O H 1 A N And rcpe'ition of tho most laughable farcical comedy on ine stage, FREAKS ! Ponular Prices 35. 60 an3 7Bo. Bale of seats com mences Friday morning, April 23d, at Box OHlce. spaa t COE'S OFESSA HOUSK, Tnesday Evening, April 27. Last appearance In New Haven of the ever welcome BERGER FAMILY AND SOL SMITH RUSSELL. Ihe most excellent musical troupe in America and the greatest living axtitt in comedy, with their Bxlen- aia company oi 12 HTAR ARTISTS. OTr. Sol Smith Ruasell will appear In a ereat variety of his most famous songs and comic character impersonations. irlees, 35, 60 and 75c. Seats for sale cn Saturday morning, April 24th, at Box Office. ap22 f t GRAND OPERA ROUSE. Ono NipUt Only. Tuesday Evening, April 27llw The Great Original and Far Famed Birch, Wambold & Backus' SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS From their Opera House, New York, in the great sue cess, xne operatic extravaganza, Beadle's Pirates for Ten Cents, Witn Realistic Boat Scene and Grand Transformation. Admission, 85, 50 snd 75o. Reserved Sestsforial. at Iioomis' Music Store without extra charge. ap22 4t Oraud Opera House. Saturday Evening, April 24tn. The World Renowned Original and Only MME. RENTZ'S MINSTRELS! Combined with the famous Vienna liady Orchestra ! Vivandierre Cornet Band! And Mme. Bentz's Peerless OPERA III BI.Ei(ll E STARS I The most prosperous organization in existence, ar.l the only one of its kind Patronized by L.adjr Audiences. Unanimously pronounced the most delightful enter tainment before th. public. POPTJXAB PRICES Reserved Seats csn be pro enred at Loomis' Mcsio Store. ap22 3t GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Sunday Evening, April 35tu, SO. Col. Robert G. Ingersoll. SUBJECT : " What Must we do to be Saved?" Popular Prices. Beserved Seats, 50 and 8 Be. for sale at Ioomis Ten plo of Music Adxnisalon, 35o ; Gallery, 25o. Doors open at 7. Lecture at 8. apal at GRAND OPERA. HOUSE. Friday, April 33d, 1880. Second Annual Concert of Yale Orchestra. (an member.) assisted by OTISS Itl. . TI HSIt K, Soprano. Jilt, JK. A. PARSONS, Pianist. ANU THB YALE Gli EE CLUB Heaerved Seats, 76o. General AUuieaiou, 500. Halt, of reserved seats begins Monday, Ajy-rU JL;nt at Looiu la' Temple oX Music. aif i '