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July 10, 1880.
Sang VOL. XLVin. ommg journal Monson i 1". Have determined to reduce their large stock of Spring and Summer Dress Goods, Siltoj, Grenadines, Organdies, Buntings, Housekeeping Goods, linens, Ladies' Beady-made Underwear, Ladies', Gents' and Children's Merino Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, &c We iib ueterminea to close tnem out at low prices, and mucn less than the same can be bought at the present time, so as to make room for the largest and most magnificent stock of fall wu0 ver biiuwh m new naven. Linen and Mohair Dusters. Parasols at cost. Satin and Gros Grain Ribbons and Sash Ribbons. Monson & Carpenter, je2S s GREAT SALS OF -AT- I . k L Lyons'. Block and colored Lace Bantings flit 95c Black and colored plain Bantings at J49c. All-wool De Beiges at 25c. Doable fold all-wool Buntings 40, 50 and 79c. Striped Summer Silks 50c. a Yard. One lot of Black Grenadines at 13 1-JJc. a Yard. Toadies' Lawn Salts and Linen Dusters. A whole Lawn Suit at $1.90 and up ; fine Linen Dusters at $1.25. Black Lace Mitts, Lisle Thread Mitts and Gloves. Lace top Lisle Thread Gloves, for Ladles and Children, in great variety at lowest prices. Ladies' Cambric Wrappers from 75c. up. Ladles Cambric Basques and Skirts at $1.35. Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery ! for Ladies, Gents and Children, of Ameri can, French, German and English manu facture. The very latest styles at popu lar prices. In Gauxe and Summer Merino Un derwear we are Headquarters. Look at our goods and compare oar prices with those of oar competitors. You will find a savlug of at least 25 per cent., at F. & L. LYONS' NEW STOKES, 362 AND 364 CHAPEL ST., Clebe Building. Jel s Ice Cream Freezers. WE OFFER. The "Peerless, 99 And the well-known Torrey's Patent " Arctic" and Cog Wheel, 4 hich need no recommendations. We have a few REFRIGERATORS ef excellent make and finish on hand, which we wtll sell cneap to clear tnem out. Patent Hand-knit Hammocks. Best in market. Can be easily adjusted to form a seat or couch. Fly Traps, Fly Drivers, Lunch Baskets, Picnic Baskets, Traveling: Baskets, And Other Fancy Baskets. Liowest Cash Prices. R0BT. B. BRADLEY & CO., Wood Ware, Brooms, Brashes, etc., es 406 and 408 State Street, lydw NEW HAVEN, CONN. Garbage Notice. Board of Health, 1 No. 12 Police Building, V New Haven, Conn., July 6, 1880. J SEALED proposals will be received at this office until Saturday, July loth, 1880, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the removal of garbage from the city of New Ha ven for the period of two years and nine months from the first day of August, 1880. No bids will be received after the time named, and all proposals not properly filled out and not signed by one or more sureties will be rejected. Blank pro posals may be had of the clerk. The right to reject any or all bids will be reserved. By order of the Board of Health. jy7 4t c. K. WHEDON, Clerk. Harbor Commissioners' Notice. NOTICE is hereby given of the intention of the Board of Harbor Commissioners for New Haven Harbor, to establish a Harbor Line on the westerly side of Long Wharf, and a meeting to hear all parties in interest will be held at the office of the Board, Boom 18 Police Building, at 3 p. m., July 20th, 1880. By order of the Board. Je28 12t A. B. HILL, Clerk. BUSINESS FOR SALE7 SMALL amount of capital required to purchase i reliable and well established business. GEO. A. ISBELL, Office State street, corner Elm. Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m., T to 8 p. m. jy7 Just Received, FLAT For Mrs. Potts' lrons At the headquarters of the Florence Oil Stores. C. P. Merriman. ISO. 154 EE.M STREET. Also Kerosene, Lamps, Fixtures, fcc. jy NEW GOODS. IMPORTED Ginger Ale and Raspberry Syrup and Lime Fruit Juioe make excellent drinks this warm weather. The Hub Punch ain't bad to take. Black berries,, Pineapples, Currants and Watermelons for sale at ; - lOO Church Street. IT Berfcele tit Cnrtlss. - Oaudefroy's Employment Office. rnttDPftlKTORS i managers of seashore or any - I ether summer resort establishments, and also private families, will find competent cooks, laundress es, waitresses, chambermaids, nurses and kitehen b el pen, at QAUDEFROY'B fcmploymen Offioe, 33 ursng. screes, do psuu are sparea to give sat: is tiuB to any who apply at my omoe. Ms ! Carpenter 244 and 246 Chapel Street. Sumner Savin Rock Hill, Is at Terminus of Horse Railroad. Jy8 6t CHARLES SKEELKS. FORBES HOUSE. Morrl Cove, - South Haven, THIS well known house is open for the ea-son, and being very pleasantly situated on in snore, inose aeeirnig ooara can be ac commodated at very reasonable rates. We 'make a specialty of Dinners and Snnnera. which will be served at short notice. Orders by telephone received. Stages connect with the House ana trains je3 tf B. A. BUEIX, Proprietor. Sea Vievr House, SAVIN BOCK, Wait Haven, Conn. Is now open for the nation. Bend for descriptive ciroular. JeS 2m E. FREEMAN, Proprietor. Samuel H. Barrows, Dealer in y- Investment and Miscellaneous Se curities, Yale National Bank Building, je38 ROOM A. Iiiauor Store B or Sale. THE stock, fixtures and good will of a liquor store doing a Rood business is offered for sale, and will be sold cheap for cash, sickness of the owner the cause for selling. Inquire at 101 WHALLEI AVENUE, Je30 tf Corner of Sperry street. Si JUST IMPORTED, FINE lot of Genuine Scotch Pebble Spectacles. Will sell them (tor the next "30 A days) at $2.50, regular price $4.00. .TORN II. (i. DURANT, Practical Watchmaker, 38 Church Street. P. 8. Diamonds or fine Jewels reset while you wait. All goods and work guaranteed or money re funded. jy3 Tourists excursion Tickets TO all points of summer interest in the United States. To Saratoga and return, $5.75, including Manhattan Beach. $6. All rail excursion tickets tn the White Mountains, Quebec, Montreal, Niagara, &c. Excursion Tickets to Europe intending nas- sengers will find it to their interest to look at this agency for all of the steamship lines. Exchange on Europe for any amount. Call for the Tourist Gazette. Circulars and all information at DOWNES' Steamshio and Tourist Ticket Agency, 309 Chapel street. " jy3 TRUNKS AND BAGS MADE TO ORDER. All kinds of Repairs made at short notice. Old Trunks taken in ex change. No charge for cartage. CROFUT'S TRUNK DEPOT NO. 97 ORANGE STREET, Palladium Building. myl7 Patent Shirt" IS the best in the world and the cheapest. Its bo som never wrinkles or breaks. It la more perfect fitting than other shirts made to order. 11UC12 OITE DOLLAR. T. P. Merwin, SOLE AGENT FOR NEW HAVE IV, OAce (ait residence) No, 8 College Street. Orders per mail for showing or delivery will receive prompt attention. jy5 STARIN'S EXCURSIONS ! For Season of 1880. St aria's Glen Islsvnd. Snelter Island. Manhattan Beach. Commencing Thursday, June 3411., 1880, The Steamer John H. Starin, Capt. McAllister, r - t!TW Will leave 8 tarings Pier, foot of rTiirt'i'Trilia T street, at 8:30 a. m. every Xhunaay daring the season for . Glen Island. Returning leave Glen Island at 3:30 p. m. fitarin's Glen Island is most delightfully situated opposite New Bochelle, on Long Island Sound, about twenty miles east of New York, formerly called Locust Island, has been purchased and fitted up by Mr. Starin at great expense, and will be epened during the season of 1880 as a first-class summer resort. One of the principal features of the Island will be old-fashioned Rhode Island Clam Bakes, which will be served daily under the supervision of Hiram J. Maxwell, a well-known, experienced caterer from Bhode Island. Everything that can be obtained at any seaside resort can be had here and at reasonable rates. No pains or expense will be spared to make Glen Island a favorite resort and one of the pleasantest and best conducted water ing places in the country. A dally line of boats will be run from New York, leaving piers on North and East rivers (see New York papers) every two hours. Excursion tickets will be sold from New Haven to New York via Glen Island, which will enable people wishing to go to New York to enjoy a delightful day's sail on the Sound and an opportunity to stop at the Island two or three hours and arrive in New York in time to attend to business and return on the regular boat for New Haven, leaving Pier 18, foot of Court landt street, at 9 every evening except Saturday. FARE: New Haven to Glen Island $ ,50 " u 44 44 und return. . . . . 75 " " " New York, via Glen Island LOO a m .4 and return, via Glen Isl and and Pier 18. .. Z . L50 Shelter Island. Conftoencing Saturday, June 19th, 1880, the steamer John H. Starin, Gapt. McAllister, will make the trip each week, Tuesdays and Satur days, to Shelter Island leaving dock foot of Brew ery street at 8:30 a. m. Returning, leave Shelter Isl and at 3:30 p. m. These excursions, so immensely popular last summer, will be continued under more favorable cirenmstances, the boat having the past winter been lengthened 30 feet and thoroughly over hauled and repainted throughout. 6,500 people were carried last year without an accident all spoke in the highest praise of the sail, the boat and courtesy of the officers. Single fare 60 cents. Excursion fare 76 cents. Manhattan Beach. Steamers John H. Starin, Capt. McAllister, and Eraitai Corning, Capt. Spoor, in connection with the regular New York line, will issue tickets from New Haven to Manhattan Beach and return for the lew nrice of SI. 75 Passengers can leave New York every hour on one of Starin's Manhattan Beach boats fsom Twenty-aecond street, North River, Leroy street, North luver, or nar l, niver. No Intoxicatlnar drinks can be obtained on the boat, which is sufficient guarantee that nothing can occur to mar the pleasure of any one who choose to avail themselves of either of these excursions. Liberal discounts made to Sundav schools or so cieties. For further information apply to MoALISTEB -WARREN, 71 Church street, or W. B. MTT.LER, Agent, Starin Pier. Send for Map of Long Island snyy! giving routes. oy23 3m R. F. Burx7Cll, DENTIST, Olebe Bmtlding, Cor. Clinrell and Comp el Streets. Appointments made by Western Un ion Telephone. myu MORE BUTTER Fresh from the Quaker dairy and selling at Five Pounds for One Dollar. I AH the only agent for this dairy- The batter is always fresh and sweet. Come or send for ft. von will be pleased with the quality. Best Bt. Loois flour, as. Ml per Barrel. Beet Kinnesota Floor, (7 par barrel. Flour by the nag, 8Se. Uneolored Japan Tea (fine), 3Se per lb. Beat Jara Coffee (fresh), He per lb. Pure Baking Powder, S6e lb. Molasses, per gauoa sue. - 86 bars of tiptosvaoa f or SL Best Lehigh. Co.l selling at my yard at 50c per ton below the regular prioes. , George W. II. Hughes, .. IXDEPEXDEXT DEALER, iyl - St Church Street. Mrs. E. G, Nutting, AGKABTJATK of St. Lawrence University," Can ton, N. Y., and an experienced teacher, will open a private school in September. The languages -MuuMiutnMupb xermsreasonaoie. VI ,e. to 6 p. m., from July 8 to 24. Inquire at Jy8 6t , ROOM A.. 256 Chanel street Hopkins Grammar School. Preparatory to Yale College. Fall Term Opens Thursday, Sept. 16. CIROtJLABS at bookstores of H. H. Peck and T. H. Wsse. Apply in person after Bant 9 tn . I CTJSHING; RECTOR. Jy8tal6 West End Institute, WO. 8 HOWS STREET. Mr- g- J" Cswljr's Boaidlnc and Day Ichosl for Teung Lsaiet Se-openi September lift. rSDEROARTEN, Primary and Institute Separt , . mente. Superior opportuniUes for the study of Art in its various branches. Private lessons, or in class, to pupils not otherwise connected with the w V i Elocution, Crayon Drawing, Oil Painting or Institute. " - ...... o. x ur circulars ana terms snn T at ttiA je'iS 6t toaws COLLEGIATE AND COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE. Preparatory to Yale College. Business and United States Military and Ksvsl Schools. Fail Term Begins Thursday, Sept. 16th. Circulars at bookstarna ntw w twit t it jruara, uu iv i( wooeter .Place. 3T m VTM. H. RU88ELL, PrtnclpaJ. Classical School for Girls, The Elderage, 130 Sherman Awe. THE course of study in Primary, Preparatory and Collesiate Denartmenta nnnta .11 d.mBnd for the higher education of women. The Principals have securea tne services of Miss E. P. Cashing, a graduate of Smith College, who will give special attention to ubuug pupiis lor vassar, weuesieyor omitn college. a iimiiea numoer or boarders received. leas tf E. 0. and 8. J. BANGS, Principals. FOR RENT, THE STORE No. 312 Wallace street, with rooms attached, suitable for dwelling purpo- MM wui re rentea separately u oetured. Ap ply at office of ei'2 tf E. MALLET. FOR RENT. THREE large rooms on Gregsen street, suita ble for light manuf actoring purposes. Bent very low to responsible party. Apply at office ap28tf Chapel Street Rents. FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms, singly and in suites, with gas and steam heat. to rent in Foote House, corner Chapel and Temple streets. suitor and janitress in the building. Apply at office of Store To Rent. A DESIRABLE Store on Temple street, near Chapel ; to a good tenant will be rented at a low rent. Apply at office of myotf E. MALLEY. FOR RENT, First-Class House for one or two fami- iij lies, with basn room and all modern improve- Terms moderate. Also a. fine Place on Howe street, with all modern conveniences, located be tween Crown and George streets, will be rented for tne summer or longer. Tice low. .Houses ana Ltots tor sale. Two .Family House on Ferry street : price and terms easy. House on Woodward avenue, East Ha ven ; fine view of New Haven and harbor ; price and terms right . Money to loan on real es tate security in amounts to accommodate. neai estate untce y tnorcn street. jKoom o Moaouey umiaing. umce open evenings. Brewery Property For Sale. A rare opportunity is offered to private or titi joini enterprise ior tne purcnase 01 one ox tne imnnest; . Krewing1 and Malting' jstablislunents in the State. The real estate is am ple and very valuable, and contains all the machinery and appliances, in good order, which are necessary for both branches of the business. This desirable prop erty is now offered at a price far below its value, and a pars oniy 01 tne payment win De required in cash. Sale is necessitated by death of the parties in interest. a or terms, sc., apply to x. . bka.vLiEX, Trustee, ,1e26 12d2w at the Yale National Bank. Factory Property FOB KENT. 3. THE Building Nos. 12 and 14 Artisan street will be rented in whole, or in part to suit, for l light manufacturing purpooes. Steam power cuDveuieut, a or particulars, appjy to or address CHAS. H. WEBB, 332 Chapel street. Office open Wednesday and Saturday evenings,7 to 8. jezi 1BTI FOR SALiE BUILDING LOTS on Ashmun street.between iilL Atf HOADLEY BUrXDING. First-Class Residence for SaleT iKMk OWIN G to a contemplated change in business fossil location the ATianincr fall T rtffcr mv rcwirBTr j corner of East Grand and Ferry streets, for am is dv iar tne nnesc Place in r air iiaven. Lot 131x230 feet, well stocked with every variety of fruit in bearing condition. House built of founda tion stone, contains ten rooms, all heated bv steam also gas and water, stationary range and wash tubs. Large barn and carriage house ; accommodations for five horses : gas and water ; room for man. Large hennery and garden. Parties meaning business can appiy on tne premises. myl tl JJ KEDEKICK W. BABCOCK. FOR RENT. i. THREE Brick Houses on Whalleyavenue.be- Ffgii i ween nintnrop avenue ana iNorton street. These houses contain all modern improve ments, ana nave ainmg room ana Kitcnen on tne nrst noor. r or terms apply to BBOCKETT k TUTTLE, aplO tf No. 91 Ooffe Street. Hunyadi Janos MINERAL WATER. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST NATURAL APERIENT. Superior to All Other Laxatives. Begulates and improvee theaction of the Liver and Kidneys. Recommended by the medical profession through, out the world. A wineglassful a dose. Taken in the morning be fore breakfast. Of all Druggists and Mineral Water Dealers. spl7 83m TWO CAR LOTS FLOOR. BEST Patent Minnesota at $9. 123 bbls. " Invincible" Best Family Flour $8.75. This flour is made from dry hard white wheat, and is warranted to be the best flour made. ALSO Japanese Soap at 6c per cake. Boston Canned Corn Beef at 28c per can. New Potatoes at 25c per peck, fine stock. Block Island Codfish at 6c per lb. Good Cheese at 8c. Bananas, Cakes and Tomatoes are cheap at I. M. Welch & Son's, Nos. 28 and 30 Congress Avenue. Fine Butter. t 4 lbs. for $1.00. GOOD" Table Futter, 20c per lb. 4 qts. extra nice medium Beans, 25c S lbs. " " Turkish Prunes, 25c 4 bars Japanese Soap, 25c. 4 bars Babbitt's Beet Soap, 25c 2 lb. can Corn Beef, 28c Alden's New Process Evaporated Apples, 20c per lb. New Onions, 25c half peck. Extra nice Bananas, 35c per dozen. Best quality P. R. Molasses, 55c per gaL Baspberries, Blackberries, Whortleberries, New Tomatoes, Currants. " I have the best grades of New Process and Family Flour at the very lowest prices. J. II. KEARNEY, Jy8 Cor. Hill St. ssd Congress Ave. Bonds For Sale. Housatonic It. II. Registered 5 Per Cent Bonds, exempt from tax ation. BUVELL & SCRAKTON, Bavnkers svnd Brokers, Jy 216 Chapel Street. ELECTRICITY. MISS S. J. ROOT, Electrician, HA VINO made electricity a remedial agent and special study, is competent to administer it safely and effectually. Its use is very beneficial in debility, nervous prostration, rheumatism, neuralgia, eta, etc. Office Honrs from 9 to 8 P. H. Jio. 494 Chapel Street. JyTlm THE GREAT INVENTION fob WAsmxa aits ciXANsma In bard or soft water, 1TITHOITT SOAP, and . without danger to the finest fabric SATES TIME and I.ABOB AMAZINGLY, and is rapidly coming into central use. Sold by sS Gracen; but beware of Tile counterfeits. Its,, pnt success brings oat dancsrens laaltav tioMS, bat PEAEL1KE ii ths only safe article. Alwaysbeais the name of James Pyle.MewYorfc. Horses For Sale. A GOOD workins nalr of horses, well nsei $5 to bard work, gentle and true.- Owner aa no z annex use or inem. nee tnem as W. S. JOHNSTON'S,- -111 East Grand street. JyStf JAMES PYLCS turn i8t Mooh Sets, . S.lSp. m. trit Risks, 8UN SST8, 4.36 1 T.St Hioh Watkk, 12.86 a. m. Wn Department Weather Observations. Taken at 7 a. m., 4 p. m., 9 p. m. July 9. Barom eter. 30.078, 29.980, 39.921. Thermometer, 74, 84, .77. Wind, direetion SW, SW, Sw. Velocity, in miles per Hour, 4, 13, ft. weatner) eiouoy, jatr, clear. Max imum Thermometer, 85 degrees. Minimum Ther mometer, 69 degrees. Bain-fall, In inches, M.-Hmnn Velocity of Wind, 14 miles per hour. ' WM. D. WBIQHT, Sergt. Signal Corps, V. S. Army. aiAitiuAGias. BAMSDELL ISBELl In this city, June 13th, by Bev. Mr. Eggleston, Asa T. Bamsdell of New Haven, and Mrs. duila i;. jsoeu 01 mermen. CURTI88 CUTT8 In Monroe, June 9th. Charles K Curtiss of Newtown, and Miss Lottie J, Cutts of Monroe. - ' , DEATHS. KENNEDY In this city, July 9th, John Kennedy, aged yd years. Notice of funeral hereafter. POND July 8th, Earl St. Clair, oldest child of O. B. and A. 3. B. Pond, aeed 4 years. Funeral at 70 Pierpont street, Sunday at 4:30 o'clock p. m. Friends are invited. HART In Guilford, June 29th, Nellie Shay, wife of Daniel H. Hart, aged 25 years. SCOTT In Fair Haven, June 25th, Luke Scott, aged 12 years. CHAPIN In Warehouse Point, June 30th, Miranda Chapin, ased 78 years. DtJTTON In Winsted, June 23d, Flora 8. Squires, wife Of Edgar Dntton. aged 44 years. HALL In this city, July 1, Burton . Hall, aged 38 years. t REYNOLDS In New York, July 3d, Bev. Charles O. Reynolds or St. Augustine, ria.t lonnerly of i-ast Hartford and Yale '48, aged 58 years. SANFOKD In Woodbridge, June 25, Lewis Banford. agea io years. MARINE LIST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. - - ARRIVED JCXX 9. Sch Chas W Lawrence, Kemp, Baltimore, coal to N Y, NH&HBB. CLEARED. . Sch American Team, Croseley, Georgetown. L.OST, A BLACK AND TAN GORDON SETTER PUP, five months old. Answers to the name of Dan. A suitable reward will be paid for Qis return to jy!0 2t - - ' 273 and 27B STATE STREET. - FOR SALE, 4 NEW MILCH COWS cheap; Apply to F. D. HOSLEY, Milkman, or at jylO 3t 6 Woloott street. City. District of New Haven ss. Probate Court,) July 8th, 1880. ESTATE of PHEBE H. BARNEY, late of New Haven, in said district, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date breof, for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their chums for settlement. Those who neglect to present thei? accounts, properly attested, within said time. will be debarred a recovery. All persons indsbted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to SAMUEL E. BARNEY, jylO 2dlw Administrator with the will annexed. Summer Readintr. MONTHLY Magazines Harper's Weekly, Frank Leslie's Illustrated. Harper's Bazar, and full stock of Seaside Library. Photographic Frames. new line of fine Stationery. Excursion Tickets to Manhattan Beach and return, SI. 75 round trip. THE DUWJNUS nJSWSiUi,, JylO 5 Exchange Building. Picnic Baskets. Wis have a few left, with and without covers, suitable for excursionists, marketing. &c. for sale at low prices. Henry Storer, Family Grocer, JylO 1S8 Chapel Street. 99 OLD HENS And all their relatives arc kept busy day and night lay ing iLgga co oe sola at Xo. GO Crown Street. XXTE have fresh Eggs every week from Orange, T t toon, xney win piease tne most lastiaiona. very cnoice .Butter, 4 lbs. for $1. Good Table Butter, lbs. for $1. Japanese Soap and Babbitt's Soap, 6c bar. Good Laundry Soap, 40 bars for $1. Nice Family Flour, 6.75 per bbL Choice New Process Flour, $8 per bbL Pure Baking Powder, 33c per lb. Good Teas 30c per lb., worth 40c New Haven Flour and Butter Store, GO Crown Street. Jyio (A few doors below Church Street.) EiJBSTROM'S RAZORS. BOSTON. AGENTS THE BEST TS THE WOULD. These RAZORS are esteemed in Europe ss the best cutters made in the WORLD. The testimony that comes to us in regard to them is that " in cut ting; quality there does not exist any Razor avt all that can stand a comparison with tnose made by JOHA17 KNGSTKO.tl. , . Extreme care is used in their msnufacture. They are made of the BEST STEEL ATTAINABLE, every Dlade being hardened ana tempered by MR. ENGSIKOM hlmBelf by a secret chemical process which renders it impossible for any Baxor not to be of the Best Cutting Quality. They will be found to shave any beards growing on the human face. . The experience of the (hmuandt In the united .States who bave used these ESOSTEOM'8 ItAZORS during the past three years fully vermes the excellence claimed for them above. JV B. The high reputation won bv them raaora made bf VSSTBOM ta S WEDBN hat induced tome JSnoKA makers to imitate the form and etamp on the face of their blade the words "Swedish Razors. To dtstbtatmBh the flmriM, see that they are stamped on the shank of the roXOT, JOHAH EBfGSTHUM. FOR SALE BY DEALERS IN CUTLERY. Mailed to airy address on receipt of the price, which is for black handle medium and small size. 12.00; wide blade. $3.50; ivory, (3.00; extra Ivory, 3.50 each. Every BAZOS Is fully VabBANTED by . BRADFORD & ANTHONY, Sole Agents for Engstrom's Swedish Eazors, 374 Washington St., Boston, Maes. Importers, Manufacturers' Agents and Sealer la American ana roreigrn We have a small lot left, which we will sell at the following prices : TSo. 3 Upright, $ .SO. " 4 " lO.OO. 11. 50. E. Arnold & Co., 336 and 24LO State Street. JylO ST"? A I I I I rivr To insure obtaining - the genriine Apollinaris, see that the cork bear the Apolltnarts brand. NOW IS THE TIME YOU NEED THE 1011 TOR OIL STOVE. It will keep your House Cool and Comfortable. All are Ixrad - in their Praise oFThem. Don't be, without One. On exhibition at No. 395 State Street. JylO tt .-. , UIUHI1 STATES. REFRIGEMTORS r ( Nevs by Telegraph FROM ALL' QUARTERS. EASTERN COMPLICATIONS. No Chanare hi the State of Affairs. THE SITUATION STILL THREATENING. Turkey and Greece Continue Their Preparations. CHINA OH THE AGGRESSIVE. Her Forces on the Russian Frontier. THE OIJ WOItLIX Great JBritain. A Peaeefal Prediction Embarrassing Po sition of tne Porte Favorable Assur ances to Montenefro Tne Attempt on the Life of Hassan Psths. London, July 9. The Daily News this morning says : "There is no reason to fear that an occasion will arise for a warlike dem onstration on the part of England. The European powers are, to all appearances, as well resolved as ever to have the stipulations of the Treaty of Berlin fairly carried out. Should they remain in this purpose there can be but one result and that will be peaceful and satisfactory. " A .Berlin dispatch to tire Tunes says "Turkish diplomatists continue , to declare that the Forte cannot but regard the resolu tions of the Berlin Conference as arbitrary, and that it is impossible to concede so large a territory. If the Sultan agreed to do so he would on the one hand lose all prestige with the Moslems, and on the other hand would be unable to pacify the different tribes in the ceded districts. The Forte will, therefore. very probably try to expostulate and shirk from carrying out the wishes of the powers by bringing forward new explanations. But the Forte must soon be convinced that the intentions of the powers are this time very serious, and that a reopening of the eastern question by wai would certainly end in the total destruction of the Turkiaai. Empire in Europe. Nevertheless the opinion prevails in political circles here that the .Porte will de cline to accept the resolutions of the confer ence, and that it will be impossible to prevent bloodshed between the Turks and Greeks." A Vienna dispatch to the Times says ' 'The latest intelligence from Serajevo is that the excitement caused by the attempted mur der of Hassan Pasha has considerably abated. When Hassan Pasha ordered a general dis armament Eyoub Bey, one of the most fanat ical Mussulmans, with several followers, went to him and protested against the meas ure. Hassan fasha replied by striking Eyoub Bey with a stick, and the followers of the latter then threw themselves upon Has san, and he was taken to Mitrovitza mortally wounded." . The Belgrade dispatch oi the 8th instant announcing tne arrival of riassan Jfasha to be cured of his wounds is probably of a later date than the foregoing. A dispatch from Pera to the Daily Tele graph says : Favorable assurances have been given by the Porte to Montenegro, and Prince Nikita has ordered his representative to re main at .Pera. A dispatch to the Fall Mall Gazette from Constantinople says : At midnight of Sunday lost three transports left the arsenal for Vola and .Prevesay with seven battalions of troops, five batteries and a quantity of ammunition. Ine troops were ordered to disembark stealth ily. The- disbandment of four thousand soldiers in Thessaly, whose time has expired, Turkey Gives a Big War Order. London, July 9. A dispatch from Constan tinople says Turkey will offer to Montenegro a money indemnity instead of territory. There are rumors of ministerial changes. The Porte has ordered the Government ar senal to manufacture 10,000 shot and shell. The Chinese on the Warpath. London, July 9. A dispatch from Vienna says the Chinese have captured Colonel Per- jevalsky, the explorer, and his party, and it is also reported that they pillaged a Bussian caravan near the frontier and killed two mer chants. The Compensation For Disturbance E More Resignations. London, July 10. The House of Commons last evening went into committee on the com pensation for disturbance bill, and after a long and bitter discussion, during which the hostility to the bill intensified, it was report ed. Lords Kinmore and Lestowell have also resigned from the ministry. France. The Amended Amnesty Bill Adopted. pabis, duly a. xne senate to-day by a vote of 141 against 123 adopted the amnesty Din as amended, excluding convicted incen diaries and assassins, except those already commuted by the tiovernment. J. he Seme tribunal has decided that it had jurisdiction of the Jesuit actions. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Cabinet Topics The Rlvessad Harbor Appropriations A Missing Cabinet Offi cer. Washington, July 9. At the Cabinet meeting to-day the question of the river and harbor appropriations was finally disposed of by the President announcing that he had re ceived a letter from the chief of engineers, in which it is stated that the bureau would noj require more than $750,000 per month of the amount appropriated by the late Congress for the improvement of rivers and harbors, that this amount is about all that could con veniently be used each month and would about equally divide the total amount through each month of the fiscal year. This was approved by the Cabinet, and the Presi dent so notified the chief of engineers, who will at once commence operations under the act referred to. There was considerable discussion over the United States District Attorneyship for St. Louis without final action. Considerable op position was developed against tne reappoint ment of Mr. Bliss, and it was very doubtful if he will secure tne prize. The question of a new -governor for Idaho was discussed, but without final action. The term of tne present uovernor expires very soon. Inquiry was made as -to the wkereabouts of Mr. Maynard, the new Postmaster Gene ral. The Government Has no knowleaee of ms wnereatxrats, ana general ney is anxious to be relieved of the charge of the Postoffice department. The disaster to tne uuinare was alluded to and congratulations expressed that the vessel was not proceeding under the sanction of the Government whose officers so thoroughly condemned her after tnree most rigorous ex aminations of her hulk and boilers. Notice or Discontinuance or Lights. Washtnoton, July ; 0. The lighthouse board gives notice that on and-after August 1, 1880, the fixed white light of the sixth or der known as the Nantucket range beacon, and situated about a mile southeast of the light on Brant Point, west side Of the en trance to Nantucket harbor, Mass., will be discontinued also that on and after August 1, 1880, the fixed white light of the fifth or- ; der east side of the entrance to Bass river, north side of Vineyard Sound, will be discon- i tinned. Capital Notes. Washington, July 9. Up to noon to-day the President had not heard from General Hartranft as to whether he intended to accept . the collectorship Ssi Philadelphia. An order was issued at the Postoffice de partment to-day discontinuing the deliveries of letters addressed to "8. Slater, care of M. Silvery. No. 443 First "avenue, New York." it having become known that these parties have engaged in swindling the public by offering to sell them counterfeit money. ; - PENNSYLVANIA. -i ' The Final Heats am the Schuylkill. - Phtt.stvkt.tttta, July 9. This was the last day of the regatta of the. National Associa tion of Amateur Oarsmen. It was the most interesting day'of ths three, for the final struggles for sttpremicy were had. The to ter was as smooth as a mill pond, bat of a dark reddish color from the recent heavy rains. The banks, were lined with people and great interest was manifested. First came the final and deciding heat of the jun ior singles. The entries were J. A. Whitta ker of Bhode Island, Edmund Field of Perth Amboy, N. J., F. Campbell of Newark, N. J., B. J. Jackson of Yonkers, N. Y., James Fox of Boston, and P. McManus of New York. The six boats started off well togeth er, Campbell crettincr a trifling lead. All made for the west shore. Field was far be hind and Fox soon dropped back and kept him company. Whittaker forged rapidly ahead, and before many rods had been rowed over he gained the lead and maintained it to the end, winning in 10:43. Jackson was second, followed by Campbell McManus, Field and Fox. The six oared shell race followed and the contesting crews were the Mutual club of Albany, N. Y.; the Institute crew of Newark, N. J.; the Ariel club of Newark, N. J., and the Narratransett of Providence. Both the Newark crews and the Mutual rowed in gigs. The Narragansett men got the best of the start, but could not keep their lead. There was a grand struggle between the two IS e warn crews, and the Artels beiore jrerers Island was reached forced ahead and over hauled the Narragansetts, but fell back again. Here the Mutuals spurted, and tamng advan tage of a crab caught by the Narragansetts got ahead and crossed the line winners in 8:.r)lJ The Narragansetts were just behind and the Anels third. The final heat of the senior singles was be tween F. J. Mumford of New Orleans, Harry Ball of Detroit and Wm. Murray of Ports mouth, Va. Mumford took the lead and the race for a quarter of a mile was very fine. Murray made a grand effort and was finally disqualified for f ouung, although ne crossed the line with a good lead over Ball. Mum- ford's time was 10:05i. Next came the final heat between the pair oars, the contestants being i. J. and it. l. Gorman, of Albany, and F. J. Levier and William Child, of New York. The race proved an easy victory for the Gorman broth ers and was of no interest, xne uormms took a clear lead of a length in the first few rods and crossed the line one hundred yards ahead m 10:17. Next came the final heat of the double sculls between T. E. Holmes and J. A. Whit taker. of Pawtucket, K. I., and Birney and iianford Topham, or Saginaw, Mien, ine Topham brothers made a desperate strug gle for victory, but fate and mus cle were against them and Holmes and Whittaker won the race in 9:41. The deciding heat of the four-oared boats was between the Hillsaales of ilnlsdale, Mich., the Eurekas of Newark, and the Wy- andottes of Wyandotte. The Hillsdales went right ahead easily, and as expected won the race without apparent exertion. The Hills dale men have given the finest exhibition pf rowing ever seen on the river. Their victo ry to-day was little less than a walk over. The time was 8:3. The final struggle of the day was between the eight-oared boats. The contestants were the Nassau club of New York, the Besolute club of New York, the Dauntless club of New York, and the Crescent club of Philadelphia. The Crescents were the favorites. .This race was the finest of the day. The boats pulled very evenly until near the finish, when the Dauntless by great exertions succeeded in get ting the lead and winning in 8:55. The Cres cents were second and the Besolutes third. The various prizes were given out to the win ners at Association Hall to-night. The Democratic Row Efforts to Patch Up an Amicable Understanding. Pttlladelphia, July 9. The Democratic peace commission is soil in session at tne Girard House, and the prospects of an early and effectual settlement, of the differences existing between the local Democracy are not of the most promising character. It seems that what are known as the regulars do not feel inclined to grant the "kickers" anything they demand. The fact that Speaker Ran dall, whose sympathies are with the latter, had been admitted to the councils of the peace commissioners has made the former rather suspicious of the outcome. Senator W allace was expected to arrive this arternoon to look after the interests of the regulars. While some prominent Democrats here pro fess to believe affairs will be harmonized, there are others equally influential who be lieve nothing will be accomplished by the commission. THE WEST. OWo. The Gallows A Murder Kxplates His Crime His Dying Hope. Cincinnati, July 9. George Allen Price, the murder of Villie Black, was hanged in the yard of the Hamilton county jail this forenoon. On the 30th day of April, 1879, he shot Villie Black in the office of the latter in this city. He was found guilty of murder in the first degree and sentenced to be hanged on May 8. On representations that he was insane Governor Foster gave him a respite until July 9. Price was colored, born a slave in Kentucky thirty-seven years ago, was freed by the war, and came to Cincinnati, where he has since lived. Villie Black was tobacco merchant, and for eight years up to a week before his murder kept Price in his employ. About a week previous he caused the arrest of Price for stealing tobacco from him and then only a day before the murder bailed him out. Price went to Black's office and demanded a retraction of- the charge of lar ceny, which was refused, whereupon the mur der followed. The conduct of Price under sentence has been described as cold, hard and unrepent ant. He had a particular abhorrence of re porters. His redeeming traits were his in tense concern for his family. Until the age of twelve years . Price said he was reared Catholic, when, through the influence of a woman who became his wife, he joined the .Baptist unurcn; mat ne abandoned years ago, and to the last he refused to have a spiritual adviser. An hour before the execution the jailer asked him, "Are you prepared to die?" He answered, "Yes, I've always been pre pared to die, ever since I was born." To bis best mends conversing witn nim this morn ing he said, "I suppose a man exists hereaf ter, and if uod made me or oust and breathed life into me I'm His own, and I'll trust Him to take care of me. I don't want any nonsense .about it on the scaffold." This morning he ate no breakfast. During the foreniafc he drank a great deal of whis key, smoked cigars, talked freely and cheer fully sought out prisoners in the jail to ask their pardon in cases where he supposed that he had given offence, and sent word to Judge JUoncrworth, wno pronounced, sentence, asJt- ing forgiveness for words used in a letter sent to him. He took occasion to express the most intense gratitude to some ladies who had visited him in jail, and to the wife of the jailer, coupled with the wish that there might be a hereafter in which ne would be enabled to repay the kindness, which was so dear, be cause rendered when the whole public seemed to be enraged against him. . Trotting sit Cincinnati. Cincinnati, July 9. In the first race to day there were nine starters. Palmer won the first, second, and fourth heats, and Fran cis Alexander the third : time 2:251, 2:26i, 2:204, 2:30. In the 2:22 class there were six starters. Will Cady won the first, second and fourth heats, Little Gipsy the fourth ; time 2:22, 2:22, 2:2i, 2:25. Michigan. RssniB Races at Detroit. Detroit, July 9. The first race to-day was a mile dash with seven starters. Amgnt Templar won, with Bye Bread second and Sistina third ; time 1:41. The second race, mile heats, had five starters and was won by Bancroft, J. H. Haverly second; time 1:42$, l:44f. The third race, a dash of two miles, was won by Harry Bishop, Long Lick second and Uonnor third ; time 4:58. Kansas. Trespassers la Indian Territory The Government Deflsd. Arkansas Grnr, July 9. Captain Payne, who left the southern border of Kansas last Monday with a party of some three hundred men on the second invasion of the Indian Territory, has reached his destination with out molestation. Payne invaded the Indian Territory last spring in violation of the President's proclamation, and was ejected by the military. He now defies the authority f the Government, and courts arrest and trial to determine in the courts to determine whether his - act is in violation of law. Parties are now in St. Louis purchasing machinery of different kinds, goods, etc., for shipment to the Payne colony, and it is said an office will be opened in St. Louis to induce emigration to the Indian Territory. V Anthony Comstock was in Kocheater, N. Y., yesterday, and destroyed five tons of cir culars seized some time ago from the Hop Bitters Company, which were aUeeed to be obscene. 1TEW YORK. Fell Dead While tlunrrelittg. - New Yobx, July 9. Mrs. Jane Kingsbury, a dressmaker, of No. 360 West Twenty-first street, fell dead on Wednesday during a quar rel with a neighbor. Becoming greatly ex cited, she raised ter hand as if to strike, when she fell dead. She probably had a sud den attack of heart disease. . New York City. New York, July 9. The record of deaths to-day is very large, including sixty-seven children under one year I old. Chastine Cox, as the day approaches forhis . execution, becomes more in clined for religious instruction, and more re tiring in his habits. He remained a long time in conversation with Bev. Mr. Frye and the other clergymen who visited him in his qgll to-day. John Albert, thirty-five years of age, harmless man, was passing through Grand street on the morning of the Fourth of July when a bullet fired from a pistol by some unknown man lodged in his abdomen. - He died in the Chambers Street Hospital this morning. . 2IAKYI,AXT. A Merchant's Terrible Fall. Baltimore, July 9. J. Brown George, wholesale dealer in boots and shoes, who did a large business at the corner of Sharp and Lombard streets, fell from the third story window of his warehouse this morning and was killed. It is supposed that he went to the upper story to check off goods, as was his custom, and in attempting to open the win dow about 'J o'clock was overcome with ver tigo or lost his balance and fell. His head was terribly crushed and neck broken. He was 36 years of age, highly respected, and was a son of Isaac S. George, president of uio iraucrs .national xajun. ur una city. NEW ENGLAND. Maine. A Dastardly Crime. Augusta, July 9. Considerable excitement was caused in this city last evening by the shooting of a young woman named Linn by Charles Stevens, of Hallowell, a reform school graduate. Miss Lien overtook Stevens in the road. He begged a ride, and soon ordered i her to stop. When she refused he discharged I a revolver full in her face and then took to the woods. The revolver was of small cali bre, and the wound will not prove fatal. Ste vens was arrested. THE SOUTH. Virginia. A Brother's Crime Shooting His Sister Because of Her Disgrace. Danville, July 9. Last night about mid night Thomas D. Dejarnette entered a bagnio here, inquiring for Mary Dejarnette, an in mate thereof. The girl appeared, recognised the young man as her brother and at his re quest went with him to a private room. A few minutes afterward, repeated pistol shots were heard from the room. The police were called in and found the door fastened. They broke it down and discovered the girl lying on the floor weltering in blood, her brother standing by with a pistol in his hand. He immediately confessed to the shooting and averred that he did it to wipe out the dis grace of the family by his sister's conduct. He surrendered himself to the officers, has been committed to jail and declares his wil lingness to accept the penalty of the law. A medical examination showed that the girl was shot in five places, two at least necessarily fatal, and she cannot survive. She protests that her brother was right in talcing her life, and begs that he be not punished. On sepa ration after the tragedy brother and sister embraced with mutual forgiveness and tears of grief. The girl is only seventeen years old and is remarkably pretty and intelligent. Her brother is about twenty years of age, and is a railroad agent and telegr&ph operator at Brown's Summit, N. C. The girl's family live in Caswell county, JN. U., near Danville, and are very poor, but the family connections are highly respectable, and they were rich before the war. THE NEW DOMINION. Striking an Ice Island A Vessel Sank by Collision Her Owner Cowardly Aban doned. St. John's, July 9. The ship Titania, Cap tain Lloyd master, owned by John Bees of Swansea, left St. John's for Miramichi in ballast on Tuesday morning last. Shortly be fore midnight, under cover of a dense ob scuring fog, the Titania struck with a terrific crash on a huge ice island and in a few min utes sunk deep down in its wake. As soon as the vessel was known to be irretrievably wrecked Captain Lloyd ordered the boats to be lowered away. The crew got safely out of the ship and all available provisions and stores were secured. Mr. Bees, the owner, who was on board and had a considerable sum of money in his possession, got into the smaller boat and placed, it is said, away aft in her this money and all his personal prop erty that time enabled him to save. Having forgotten something pf importance, he again boarded the sinking ship and, strangely enough, was deserted in his hour of peril by the crews of the two boats and left to go down with the sinking ship. No coherent story of the cowardly and high ly criminal desertion of the owner of the Ti tania has been offered as yet by the captain or crew. The ship, after the collision, re mained above water for nearly tnree nours. The sea was almost tranquil. A brisk breeze had but recently sprung up and the distance of tne ship from tne narDor or t. donn s was barelv forty miles in a southeasterly di rection. Next morning at six o'clock, when about fifteen miles from tne scene or disas ter, the fishing schooner P. L. Whitton, re turning from St. John's to the Grand Banks, fell m with the two Doats crews, an well : took them on board and brought them in safely to St. John s last night. No trace, however, of the money of the unfortunate Bees has been found. When Captain Lloyd was interrogated as to the reason of his not waiting or attempting to rescue tees, ne replied tnat ne was a very powerful man, and he feared to board the ship lest he should fling him overboard. No two individuals from the ill-fated Titania re produce the same or even a consistent account of the unhappy occurrence. It is not sur prising, therefore, that a dark cloud of sus picion has settled on the whole affair, and that a challenge not to be ignored has been addressed to the judicial authorities of New foundland to probe tne matter to tne bottom. PACIFIC COAST. California. The Population est San Franelsco. San Fbancisco, July 9. The census super visor reports the population of San Francisco at 253.000, including 30,500 Chinese, a much smaller population than had been estimated, and only accounted for by the hegira of la borers and people of small means to Wash ington Territory ana Uregon. FIRE RECORD. Horses Burned to Death. East Boston, Mass., July 9. The livery stable of Asa Critchett was destroyed by fire last evening, and nine horses were burned to death. The loss is about $3,o00. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. New York, July 9. Arrived, the Adriatic j from Liverpool, the Leasing from- Hamburg, the' Bhein from Bremen, the State of Alaba ma from Glasgow. Baltimore Sailed, the Braunschweig for Bremen. Rotterdam Arrived, the P. Calland from New York. London Arrived, the Utopia from New York. Liverpool Arrived, the Erin and Gallia from New York, the Mississippi and Cana dian from Montreal, bailed, the Iowa and Istrian for Boston. Queenstown Sailed, the Germanic for New.York. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. Boumania is calling in her reserves. The King of Greece has arrived in the city of Berlin. A large quantity of rifles have been seized near Loughrea, Ireland. messrs. xsaKer & uaniels, general mer chants of London, have failed with liabilities of 50,000. - - Base ball yesterday : At Springfield, Wor- cesters 7, Nationals 0; at Rochester, Roches- ters , xtusaios e. - ... Mr. O'Connor Power and other members of Parliament are organizing a movement to obtain reman amnesty. There were fifty deaths from yellow fever and eleven from small .pox in Havana during the week ended July 2d. An earthquake on Sunday last was one of the most severe and widespread that has been known in Switzerland for several years. Two nersons were killed. Several metres of the summit of the Schnebelberg, near Quartres, fell, overwhelming a large wood. FINANCE AND TRADE. Special Correspondence of Joubwai. and CotnratB. Johk H. Davis Co. Bankers and Brokers, 17 WsU btreet, new Xouil, July u, lHtsu. On the Stock Exchange there was less activity than usual, and while Investments were strong and in good demand the speculative shares were alternately weak and strong, though lower prices were reoorded than yesterday. The condition of the spring wheat crop In the northwestern States is still the pretext for the variation in prices. Speculators who are bulls have dispatches saying that little or no injury has been done, while the bears have telegrams saying that the crop is ruined or nearly so. A few days will develop the truth. Taking the whole country the harvests thus far have been excellent. Bailroad earnings con tinue very large ; the reports of thirty-one roads showing an average increase for the mouth of June of 33 per cent. The Bond Market The market was dull and fea tureless. The District of Columbia 3-65S continue strong at 99X sales. State bonds were dull and neg lected. Railway mortgages were moderately active and irregular, in sympathy of course with stock market. Government bonds closed as follows : 1890s, reg 102 1880s, coup 102 1881s, reg KM',' 1881s, coupon 104 New Ss, reg 102' New 6s, coupon 103 New 4,14s, reg 110 New ilis, coup 109'; Stocks closed as follows : Iron Mountain 45 St. Paul 4 Minn 45 V Morris ft Essex KlftV New 4s, reg 108 New 4s, coup 108 Currency 6s 124 Union Pacific, 1st. . . 112 V Land Grants 1 '',) Sinking Funds 119 Central Pacific 112 Louisville ft Nash Nash ft Chat ..126 Keokuk 15V do. pref 80 Union Pacific 87 Central Pacific 72 Sutro 1 Little Pittsburg v Climax ifi Standard 26 Cen. Arizona ....... 5 North Pacific 25 North. Pacific pref. . 47 Houston ft Texas 65 do. pref C. O. ft L 7 65 Lackawanna 76 Hudson Canal 74 Pacific Mail 39 Michigan Central . . . 89 Ohio & Miss 31 Ohio ft Miss. pref. . . 71 M Bock Island 104 Western Union. 104 Ontario ft West 27i New Central Coal. . . 24 Ohio Central 19 Chic, St. L.&N. O.. 28 Chesft Ohio 18 do. 1st pref.. 24.' do. 2d pref... 21 Mobile ft Ohio 19 Caribou 3 " Homestake 35 Ontario Silver 96 Silver Cliff 5 Chicago and Alton.. 110 Bur. ft Quincy 120? Panama 180 San Francisco.. 34 Erie 0fi Erie pref 66 8t. Joseph 31X St. Joseph pref 72 8t Paul 13 St Paul pref 103 Canada Southern. . . . S7 American Dist I'l V nsas & Texas. 35 C. C. & L. C 15J Manhattan 31 V Lake Erie 4 West. . . 28 St. Paul ft S. City... 35 do. prer 68 Wabash'. 35" waoasn pre 1 635 Northwestern 87 do. pref. ..108 Elevated Ill Metropolitan 91 N. Y. C. ft Hudson. .128f Reading 17 San Fran pref 45 San Fran. 1st pref. . . 70 Mar. ft Cin. 1st pref. 8 Mar. ft Cin. 2d pref. 5 Terrs Haute 21 do. pref 50 Lake Shore 102 ' A. f. telegraph ... 42 N. J. Central 66',' Quicksilver 10 do. pref 60 St. Paul, M. ft O. M. . 35 oo. prer 68 , EXPRESS STOCKS. 114 Wells, Fargo 106 67. United States Adams.... American New fork Produce Market. New York, July 9. Flour opened 10 to 15c higher and fairly active, closing strong at advanced prices ; trade and family brands $5 30a6 60 : shipping extras 4 40s4 60 ; South ern flour in liberal demand at 5 25a6 75 for poor to very choice shipping extras. Wheat opened 2 to 4c higher with a fair business. closing feverish and unsettled with part of advance lost ; spot sales at $1 26al 28 for No. 2 red ; $1 13al 14 No. 2 spring : 1 17al 18 for No. 1 white ; No. 2 Red July, sold at $1 la.ai 19, ana ivo. 1 wnue, .miy, SI 15Val 16). Corn I'll 11 and a shade lower ; spot sales at : for No. 2 white, and 50 for high mixed : No. 2, July, sold st 49; do August, 49 bid. Rye Quiet but firm : 82&83 for State on spot : 78a79 tor August. liarley uull ana nominal Oats Vac lower with moderate demand : No. white sold at 43, No. 2 do 38.a39 ; and No. 1 and No. 2 mixed 36. Pork Moderately active, with ordinary mesa for earlv delivery Quoted at S13. I .am - I'.amer with moderate demand : spot sales at $7 22 for Western steam, and $7 15 for city steam and kettle. Cut Meats In fair demand : pickled hams, lua 11 : do shoulders 5Jta5. Beef Firm and in moderate demand ; plain mess 10. Butter Has been in moderately active request at well sustained prices ; quotations are : Creamery, finest, at 23 ; do good to prime 20a21, fair to good, I9a'20, state firkins choice 21a22, fair to prime 18a20. state pails and tube choice a20, good to priirte 18al9, lair to gooa 1 laiw ; state eicn tuus prime ar.i fair to good 17al8 : Western dairy fresh extra 16al7. do good to prime 15al6, fair to good 14al5 ; Western fancy fine 15, do good to prime 13al4, and do fair to gooa I3ai3. Petroleum Firm at the following quotations Crude, in barrels. 7?a'a7V : naphtha, in barrels, 7w refined, in barrels, cargo lots,10. bid,and united pipe une certificates, $i u;s. LOCAL NEWS. For Europe For Australia. Prof. Franklin B. Dexter, of Yale, and wife sail for a trip to Europe to-day on the steamer Britannica. Mrs. J. N. Adam, Miss Patterson, a sisten and a niece sailed for a trip to Europe, Wednesday, on the Bothnia. A number of Yale undergraduates sailed for Europe yesterday. Joseph C. Earle, son of John E. Earle of this city, will sail from San Francisco for Australia on the Australasian, July 27 or thereabouts. He is now on his way overland with Thomas E. Pickering, the United States Commissioner for the Melbourne exposition and family. Mr. Earle is his assistant and expects to be absent about a year. Personal. Lines will summer Bev. E. S. in the Adi rondacks. Hon. James M. Townsend and family are at Eidgefteld. A Waterbury man named Hitchcock has leased Charles Island for two years. jvir. a red. u. King commences an engage. ment to-day as clerk of the Branford Point House. Mr. W. A. Croffut, formerly of the New York Graphic, now of the Tribune, and fam ily are visiting in Stratford. Mr. Ambrose Osborne, the last survivor of a large East Windsor family, died in Meri- den on Thursday at the age of 81 years. Bev. H. C. Fay, of Essex, has been called to the Congregational church of Holden, Mass., and is to begin his labors next Sunday. Miss Ruth Bond, daughter of Mr. Henry R. Bond, of New London, has returned from Germany, where she has passed the last three years. Eugene Francis Gorham, bookkeeper of the Western Union Telegraph Company, starts to-day on a ten days' vacation to the White Mountains. H. H. Barbour, the well known Norwalk lawyer whose recent conversion has been widely mentioned in the papers, will preach in the First Baptist church, Bridgeport, Sun day morning and evening. Arthur B. Kimball, Yale '77, who has been practicing law in Chicago, has accepted a po sition as city editor of the Des Moines, Iowa, Register, (the leading organ of the Republi cans of the State,) in place of Thomas C. Eichelberger, deceased. Hon. E. W. Stoughton, ex-minister to Rus sia, was at the Allyn House, Thursday night. He left on the early train for Waterbury yes terday morning in order to attend the funeral of Chief Justice Curtiss at Watertown in the afternoon. Hartford Post. Henry B. Elliot, formerly of this city, now Washington correspondent of the New York Evening Post, is on a second tour through Europe. He has written letters about his trip across the ocean which are highly praised, and a Paris journal finds him one of the best and brightest Washing ton correspondents in the United States. Charles W. Scranton and Miss Lillie John son, botn of west iiaven, were united in hymeneal bonds recently, at the residence of the bride, the Kev. Mr. Brook officiating, with many friends wishing joy to the happy couple. The groom is a son of Mr. William E. Scranton, well known in this citv and West Haven. The Pharmacopoeia , affords no antacid comparable to Milk of Magnesia, a most salutary regulator of the stomach and bowels, a preventive and remedy for gout, rheumatism and bladder complaints, and a special blessing to children. Sold by druggists. jy5 3teod SHERIFF'S SALE. WILL be sold at Sheriff's Bale, Saturday, July 10, oomer of tne Oreen. at 11:30 a. m . an entire business turnout, oonslstinff of horse, irrocery waffon and harness. Horse suitable for oart or business par- poses. Harness nearly new, built for a very nice one. wagon Is in good repair Jyy District of New Haven as. Probate Court,) July 8th. 1880. i ESTATE of GEORGE H. CLINTON, late of Wood bridge, in said district, deceased. Ordered That the Executrix exhibit her Ad ministration account to this court for adjustment, 'at the Probate Office in New Haven on the 14th day of July, 1880, at ten o'clock in the forenoon : and that all persons Interested in said estate may be notined thereof, the Executrix will cause this order to, be published in a newspaper printed in New Haven County, and post a copy thereof on the signpost in said town of Woodbridge. jyy jtr auujsi a. iubk, judge. AUCTION SALE' WILL be sold at public auction, corner of the Green, Saturday, July loth, at 13 m.. a rant's entire turnout, consisting of horse, four seat rocka way, harness, etc Horse warranted sound and kind for ladies to drive, carriage but little used, harness nearly new. Bold for want of use. SaJySat- Mai for' EyeiiiE Dresses. Opera Kids from 3 to IO buttons. Heal Lace Fichus in Black and White. Laces, Embroideries, Mitts. White Goods of all kinds. Ruchings, Ties, Lisle Hose. Gauze Undcrwear.Summer Silks. Ladies' Made-up Underwear. Parasols, Sun Umbrellas. Summer Shawls, Grenadines. Veilings, Fringes, Trimmings, Buttons. Printed Muslins, Lawns and Cambrics. Our stock of Seasonable Goods is large. Prices low. WILCOX & CO, 345 and 210 Chapel St., Lyon Building. Jel9 dtf oamw A LADY V7'IRHES Pition to teach Music and German Tf or JLnglisli, in school or private classes. City preferred. References given. Address jy8 Th&Sa&w " MI83 S.t" Box 665, Nov Haven. WASTED, A LITTLE OIBX (Protestant) to help care for chil dren during the summer. Apply at jylOlt 217 MANSFIELD STREET. WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS Helper and Finisher on heavy work. Steady work and good pay. Apply at once to C. B. DEMAEEST, JylO tf 63 to 71 Chapel Btreot. WANTED. ATROTESTANT girl to wait on table in a board ing house, twelve miles from New Haven : she must be neat and tidy, and well acquainted with her business ; wages, $15 a month. Call at jylO It 33f ORANGE STREET. WANTED. FIRST-CLASS Carriage Trimmer on light work. XTL wood wages snd steady work. Apply to WM. H. MELONEY, 171 State street, Hartford, Conn. 3y9 St SITUATION WANTED. BY A salesman. A young man well acquainted in this city would like a situation with some whole sale house, either as city salesman or inside salesman. unaerstanas aouDie erri-y bookkeeping thoroughly. Best city references. Address Jy 3t- " X.," this office. SITUATION WANTED. AS assistant bookkeeper or clerk by a young man of 18 : has a Rood practical business educa tion, and desires a permanent place where he can prove bis merits. Address jyast- box so, city. WANTED, A N experienced girl to do general pl to do general housework in a tzood city reference reouired. JTX- private family ; Apply after 3 p. m., at Jytt 2t 113 DWIGHT STREET. WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS pastry ?ook, waiter girln, cham bermaids, laundresses, and other help required at seashore houses. The highest wages paid. None but competent ones wanted. Apply st BROWN'S Employment Office, Jy9 lm 191 Meadow Street. Horse Slioer Wanted. A GOOD fioorman. A single man preferred. Apply to DANIEL DOYLE. jy8 3f T estville, Ct. WANTED, Rolling Mill Help. SMALL mill rollers and roURhers. Good wages and steady employment. Apply at office of Rhode Island Horse Shoe Co., je28 12t 31 Exchange Place, Providence, R. I. WANTED mo buy. lot of second-hand Fnrniture and Car- 1 pets. Highest cash price paid. Orders by mail promptly attended to, at o20 28 CHURCH 8T. WANTED. EXPERIENCED buttonhole makers, finishers snd ironers. ELM CITY SHIRT CO. apGt Corner State and Court streets. WANTEI, a, 000 CLOTHES WRINGERS to repair. tlARPET Sweepers, Fluting MachinoSjRichardBon's j Original Little Washer, The Excelsior and Wel come Bench Wringers. Wringers of all kinds sold for cash, or on weekly installments, at the Itaeket and House Furnishing Store of GEORGE 1. LAMB, the Wringer Man, lv9 Chapel street. Call and see the large oariety of Beautiful Granite and Iron Ware Tea and Coffee rota. ma d&w Amusements. Excursion to New York. The Steamer IVew Haven, CAPTAIN SNOW, - r-ll"Lwa 'W ill leave New Haven at 10:30 p. m. FjK?si5Bii. SATURDAY. Returning, leave New York atllpTm. SUNDAY. FARE FOR THE KOUND TRIP, J1.60. This will afford an opportunity to visit Coney Isl- snd and arrive home in jgood season Monday morn ing, jyio it DINAH'S ROCK, SMieiter isiaiiu. The steamer John H. Starin will make landing at Dinahs Bock, Shelter Island. Saturday next, the 10th, A first-class Narra- ganset Clam Bake. H. P. Bliss, caterer, for only 50c. Come, if yon want a pleasant sail and good meal for little money. jya 21 w. jh. wiLLhH, Agent. THE GREAT CARNIVAL. Lantern Festival and Illumination, POSTPONED TO Saturday Evening, July 10th. Ore alcr Attrctfona than ever utcSctecl. DanrlitK lr torn 11 on the MAMMOTH DANCING FLOOR, JProm 8 to ll:3u. Admission, - - 5 Cents. jy7 4t 1 . 11. SMITH, Manager. THE "HOWE BAND," OF BRIDGEPORT, CONN., Have EstaDlisherl it Branch Office at Loom is' Temple oiDIugie, WHERE engagements can be made, for either Brass or Htring Music for all occasions. Pri ces moderate. Apply for terms at Loom is' Temple of Music, New Haven, or to W. A. ROBINSON, Leader, Bridgeport, Ct. myl52taw2m Thimble Islands and Lighthouse Point On and after July 5th THE STEAMER IVEKNIA -w-IJ jw Will leave Fair Haven at 8:30 a. m., fj 11. Belle Dock at 9:16 a.m., 8 tar in Pier at 9:45 a. ihZ Leave Belle Dock at 1:45 p. m. and Starin Dock at 2 p. m. Returning from Thimble Islands at 12 m. and 5 p.m. Fare to Thimble Islands, 25c ; Lighthouse Point, 10c ; Round Trip, 50c je'23 3m DISSOLUTION. THE copartnership heretofore existing under the firm name of Edward Scharfschwerdt & Co. was dissolved on the first of May last by mutual consent, the retiring partners having gone West. XjU W AxtJL HUilAJlU ovU n HiUUi JOS. MOEBS. JOS. 81TZEN. The business of FRESCO PAINTING will be con tinued by the undersigned on his own account. Or ders received as formerly at C. Pallman's, 304 Chare! street, or through the postoffice, box 529. jy8 3t" JOB. MUJKBH. $5 REWARD LOST, . POCKETBOOK containing about 25, either on L the John H. Starin, or coming up State to Chap el street. The above reward will be paid on leaving it at 196 Foster street, or at the LEWIS BJfcECHER COMPANY, jy9 2t 100 East Water street. LOVELY COMPLEXIONS POSSIBLE TO ALL What Nature denies to many Art secures to all. Hagan's Magnolia Balm dispels every blemish, overcomes iiedness, Freckles, Sailowness, Bough ness, Tan, Eruption.8 and Blotches, and removes all evi dences of heat and excitement. The Magnolia Balm imparts the most delicate and natural compiexional tints no detec tion being possible to the clos est observation. Under these circumstances a ' faulty complexion is little short of a crime. Magnolia Balm sold everywhere. Costs only 75 cents, with full directions. New Grammar School. (AIR. GILK.1 THE fan term begins Monday, (Sept. 13th, 1880. Thorough. Instruction, wholesome discipline. moderate expense. For iniormation,call at the School, 4MO eouovw . j. insurance nunciing, 3 1 I