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Ang. 13, 1880.
VOL. XLYin. mi Are Clearing Oat Their SUMMEE DEESS GOODS, Muslins, Linen Lawns, Organdies and "White Goods, at cost and less to make room for our Fall Stock. Parasols at cost Rubber Water proof Circulars and Newport. Mohair and Linen Dusters. Blue Flan nels, Camel Hair Suiting, Seaside Cloths, in variety of qualities and pri ces. Look at our Black Silks for $1.50 to $2.00 The cheapest Silk ever shown in New Haven. Monson & BUlO S I Always Q O O TO! FURNISH GOOD o GO H 114 Church St., Glebe Building. Respectfully, 145 Long Wharf. . TO WNSEND & BRIGGS. GREAT SALE OF- AT V. & 1. Lyons'. Black and colore! Lac. Bantings at 95c Black and colored plain Buntings at 5c. All-wool Do Beiges at 25c. Double fold all-wool Buntings 40, 50 and 75c. Striped Summer Silks 50c. a Yard. One lot at Black Orenadines at 13 l-2c. a Yard. Ladies Lawn Suits and Linen Dusters. A whole Liawn Suit at $1.00 and up ; flne Linen Dusters at $1.25. xsiacic aiace 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. Ladies1 Cambric Basques and 'Skirts at tl.5. Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery ! for Ladies, Gents and Children, of Ameri can, French, German and Knglish manu facture. The very latest styles at popu lar prices. In Gauze and Summer Merino Un derwear we are Headquarters. Look at our goods and compare our prices with those of our competitors. You WiU find a saving of at least 5 per cent., at F. & L. LYONS' NEW STORES, 362 AND 364 CHAPEL ST., Glebe Building. jel s THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL -AT- HcGrail & Stanley's. The unparalleled success of our Spring and Summer trade has enabled us to wind up the season by a gen eral cutting slaughtering in fact, giving the balanos of our Spring and Summer Dress Goods for a mere nominal price. The reduction will be so great that we want the people of New Haven County not to for get that MoOrail & Shanley are giving the greatest bargains ever offered in this State. . This sale will commence on MONDAY, July 12, and will continue until Inventory time in August. We shall offer the following goods at half what they cost us, 50c on the dollar, Lawn Suits, Muslin Suits, Cambric Suits, all beau tifully trimmed,from (1.65 to $3.25, former price $3.50 to $7.50. White Sacqnes, trimmed with Hamburg Edging and White Lace, from 90o to $2, former price $1.75 to $4. 300 Linen Dusters at 80c to $1.68, former price $1.25 to $3. Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Laces, Trimmings, Notions, Cloths, Housekeeping Goods and Gents' Furnishings of every description. Lisle Thread and Lace Top Gloves at half the old price. MIILIIRY! MILLINERY! Feathers and Flowers ! The balance of our Millinery Goods, Ribbons, Flow ers and Feathers will be sold at a redaction of 60o on the dollar less than the cost. All these goods are new this season. No old stock to work off. , Ladles' Hosiery and Underwear, the finest stock In this city at rock bottom prices. We shall leave nothing undone to make this sale the grandest of the season, by . general benefit to all in every deft pertinent of our large establishment. It is not neces sary to repeat that we are really and In fact the peo ple's servants. 376 Chapel Street 79 OHAMGE STREET. USeodsJ Dress Gil i Clearing Out Sale McBrails Shanley, CASFIT EH Carpenter, 244 and 246 Chapel StreeflT Ready 3 m SECURITY INSURANCE CO of hew mvEiy. NO. 2 LYON BUILDING, 27 CHAPEL STREET I FIRE AND MARINE!. I CASH CAPITAL - - $400,000 Chas. Peterson, The. R. Trowbridge, J. A. Bishop ; a'rii 1 xrowDriage, A. i wucox, unas. tt. Leete, J M. Mason, Jas. D. Powell, Cornelius Plerpont. jma. wi..ijni, president. CHARLES & LEETE, Vice President. H. MASON, Secretary. GEO. E NETTLETON, Ass't Sec'y. jyleodstf All Aboard for BEERS' NATIONAL GALLERY 24S Chapel Street. One of tbe largest and finest Photographic estab- nsiiments in the state, with a Mammoth Combination Light and every other requisite for making the very best work. trouly ONE DOLLAR for a dozen high gloss Card Photos, which cost two and three dollars elsewhere. Perfect beauties on heavy enameled cards, only Two Dollars per dozen ; just half price. Imperials and Promenade sizes in oreat varietv nf styles at equally low prices. uunareas or jnotographs are being made every wwen n. hi in wauery, ana give loe oesc satisiactlon. Many who have failed in their efforts to obtain satisfactory likeness elsewhere find no difficulty in jsoxiAy dux lou i luib KXiumry. Please cau ana examine specimens of our work, my 19 s 3mmt- Resorts. SOUTH END. THE undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to the public that this popular seashore resort Is furnished with all the entertainments required to make it 'agreeable to visitors, sucu as Swines. Autom aton Homes, Ten Pins. Good Music, Tables, and Heats in the Grove, and all other conveniences to majce it pleasant for visitors. Dancing Music fur- nisnea at reasonable rates, day and evening. amz -.ai.- a. . jjujn is proprietor. FORBES HOUSE. Morris Cove, - South Haven. THIS well known house is open for the season, and being very nleasantlv situated on the shore, those desiring board can be ao- commoaatea at very reasonable rates . We 'make a specialty of Dinners and Siirmera. which will be served at short notice. Orders bv telephone received. Stages connect with the House ana trains. je3tf B. A. BUELL, Proprietor. The Railroad Waiting Rooms, Savin Rock, nave been re-fttted and will be opened on Jane 1st, and managed bjr Howes. Parties will be guaranteed nst receptions on all occasions. xny25 3m DUEAUT'S HOTEL, Nos. 128 and 132 State street, Now Haven, uonu., Mas just been remod eled, refitted, and pnt in first-class shape. The rooms are pleasantly situated, and tran sient or regular boarders will find this a rood place to stop at. The prices are moderate. Only three minutes walk from the new depot. Speoial rates to Commercial Agents. Good stabling in the rear. F. A. DURANT, Proprietor. C. A. Daley, Clerk. Jy27 lm Revere House, BOSTON", MASS., REDUCTION IIV PRICE ! $2.50 to $3.00 per Day. Notwithstanding the reduction in price, the hitherto unrivaled excellence of the table will JilLl0 strict Jy maintained. CHAS. B. FERRIS, o2 eodly Proprietor. STARIN'S EXCURSIONS ! For Season of 18SO. Starin's Glen Island. Shelter Island. Manhattan Beach. Commencing Thursday, June 34th, 1880, The Steamer John H. Starin, Capt. McAllister, r r?IL ' V Will leave Staurf ns Pier, foot of 4grjSSa Brewery street, at 8:30 a. m. every Tik.curiMln.y during the season for Glen Island. Returning leave Glen Island at 3:30 p. m. Starin's Glen Island is most delightfully situated opposite New Rochelle, on Long Island Sound, about twenty miles east of New York, formerly called Locust Island, has been purchased and fitted np by Mr. Btarin at great expense, and will be opened during the season of 1880 as a first-class summer resort. One of the principal features of the Island will be old-fashioned Hhode Island Clam Bakes, which will be served daily under the supervision of Hiram D. Maxwell, a well-known, experienced caterer from Rhode 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 daily 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 Oourt landt street, at 9 every evening except Saturday. FARE: New Haven to Glen Island 4 .50 "" and return 75 " " " New York, via Glen Island LOO " " " " and return, via Glen Isl and and Pier 18. 1.60 Shelter Island. Commencing Saturday, June 19th, 1880, tbe steamer John H. Starin, Capt. 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. Beturning, leave Shelter Isl and at 3:30 p. m. These excursions, so immensely popular last summer, will be continued under more favorable circumstances, the boat having the past winter been lengthened 30 feet and thoroughly over hauled and repainted throughout. 6,600 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 SO cents. Excursion fare 75 cents. Manhattan Beach. Steamer John H. Starin, Capt. McAllister, and Bnutui Corning, Caps. Spoor, in connection with the regular New York line, will issue tickets from New Haven to Mhp" Beach and return for the low price of $17 5. Passengers oan leave New York every hour on one of Starin's Manhattan Beach boats from Twenty-second street, North Biver, Leroy street, North River, or Pier 1, East Biver. No intoxicating drink 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 exourstona Liberal discounts made to Sunday schools or so cieties. For further Information apply to MoAXJSTEB & WA&BEN, 71 Church street, or W. B. MTT.T.KB, Agent, Starin Pier. Send for Map of Long Island Sound, giving routes. myaa 3m ATTENTION! I WISH to call the attention of all lovers of good Bread to the Golden Sheaf New Process Flomr. This Floor is ground by one of the most re liable mills in the country, and is .rrt rim in every way. BOLD ONLY AT CHATFIELiD'S Mr, Grain ai MStore, . 496 State St, Cor. Elm. PRICK LOW. a ATE. DUDLEY & SON, Fire and Life insurance Agents. 398 Chapel Street, t Buildings and JAe Stock Insured against LIGHTNING. jy3i - Mutation. MAPLEWOOD INSTITUTE Pr Ladies, Pfttsfield, Huh, Jommencea Its 40th year 8ept 33, 1880. Superior .ti vantages ; lu a location of onrtl. ed beauty and aalu- brity. bi'kak, principal. Hopkins Grammar School. Preparatory to Yale College. Fall Term Opens Thursday, Sept. 16. f '""JUIARS at bookstorea of H.H. Peek and T. H. vv n Apply in person after Sept. to ... - w. i. ccsHiirot JTWtslS ; - - RECTOR. Classical School for Girls. The Kldercge, 136 Ikmnai Ave. THE course of study in Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Departments meets all demands for uia uigjier education of women. 1 ne irlnolpals have secured the serrices of Miss E. P. Cusblng, a graduate of Smith College, who will give special attention to fitting pupils for Vassar, Wellealey or Smith College. A limited number of boarders received. Fall session opens bept. 15. Je25 tf . E. C. and 8. J. BANGS, Principals.- $ital Estate. AUCTION SALE. THE Bouse and Lot No. 9 Laurel street will be sold at auction Saturday, Aug. 14th, at 11 .o'clock a. III., on the premises. im w. s. BANiOKD. Auctioneer. FOR RENT. XT APPLIED for immediately, two double frill parlors or three rooms, unfurnished, suitable ttS';ll for light housekeeping, with or without board, lasuvraiiy awbmu. Apply ai aulltf 198 MEADOW STREET. FOR RENT. THE STORE No. 76 Congress avenue, next door to corner of Jlill. A iirst-class place for Tiii.iTiPJtR Annlv tj fl MTTt. au9tf 124 Hill Street Houses and Lots For Sale or Ex- chancre. JK Good two-family House, near the line iSalij of the horse cars ; lot 62x150 ; can be bought Rlli for f 2,000, and will take a cheap lot in part pay. A House on Dwight street, 10 rooms, gas : and city water ; lot 45xio8 ; can be bought at a bar- gain. House on Ferry street. House on Wood ward avenue. East Haven. Water Front Iots in West Haven. Lots in westville. Lots on Eimberly avenue, Nicoll street, SC. KJJA ItCIM X, A number of first-class Houses, located central. Money to Loan on Real jQstate Security. Real Kstare Office 49 Church Street, uoorn o noaaiey uuiiaing. urace open evenings. a6 I.. K. COMSTOCK. IJatli Mouses To Kent. X HAVE recently erected on the Savin Rock Eigggi shore live Bath Houses, each divided into two I K'll apartments, which I will rent for the season. Apply at office of Jyl3 tf E. MALLEY. FOR RENT. THE STORE No. 312 Wallace street,- with 4 m rooms attached, suitable for dwelling purpo ses ; will be rented separately if desired. Ap ply at omce or Jel 2 tf ' E. MALLEY. FOR BENTX THREE large rooms on Gregsen street, suita ble for light manufacturing purposes. Rent iiiJLvery low to responsible party. Apply at office I 4.UWAKD M A I il ir.x. ap28tf . Chanel Street Rents. FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms, singly lift and in suites, with gas and steam neatto rent in fcj."il Foote House, corner Chapel and Temple streets. Janitor and janitress in the building. Apply at office of apatr luwaku m ai.i.ky.. 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 my5tf E. MALLEY. Factory Property FOR RENT. tTHE Building Nos. 12 and 14 Artisan street will be rented In whole, or in part to suit, for light manufacturing purpooes. Steam power conveniens, r or particulars, apply to or aa areas CHAS. H. WEBB, 332 Chanel street. Office open Wednesday and Saturday evenings,? to 8. je'Ji lsu FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS on Ashmun street,between juiion ana w easier, inquire at je4 tf 2 HOADLEY BUILDING. Soar!) aitbr $3tooms. Board and Rooms. ANY PERSON desiring board and rooms in a private xamuy can learn ox such a place by calling between the hours of 7 and 9 p. m.. at ;he office of A. M. HOLMES, aull Ct . 69 Church Street, Room 8. Order of Notice. THE NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK) vs. -EDWIN D. POTTER et als. State of Connecticut,) City of New Haven, 1 New Haven County, t gust 4th, 1880. T T PON the complaint of the New Haven Savings j caiiK praying, ior reasons therein set forth, for a loreciosure or a certain mortgage from John 1). Can dee, pending before the City Court of New Haven, holden at New Haven, in and for the city of New Ha ven, on the first Monday of August, A. D., 1880, to wit, before said Court to be holden on Thursday, the 19th day of August, A. D., 1880. It appearing to and being found by this Court that said complaint relates to certain real estate situated on Congress avenue and Rose street, in said city of New Haven, in which the heirs, creditors and legal representatives of Ann Clara Gilbert, late of Waliing- iora, aeceasea, ciaim or may claim an interest, ana that such persons ought to be made parties defendant to said complaint, pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, and that the names and residen ces of such persons are unknown to the plaintiff. Therefore, ordered, that notice of the pendency of said complaint be given by publishing this order in the Journal and Courier, a newspaper printed in New Haven, two weeks successively, commencing on or before the 6th day of August, A. D., 1880. UlVlNKX J. I'AliiJfcJS, Judge of the City Court of New Haven. The foregoing is a true copy of the original order of notice. Attest, i usifH. n. iUiHr Ji, au6 13 Deputy Sheriff. Moses in the Bullrushes! ""TAKE up and hear what HUGHES says this T week : A barrel of good Family Flour for $5.50. Only small lot, take one quick. Splendid Creamery Butter, 4 pounds for $1. This Butter I warrant the very best. It will be delivered to your house in nice order. t iue leas at 36c a pound. Better than yon get at tea stores for 60c Fine old Java Coffee. 25c a pound. A box of Soap. 120 bars, for S3. Buy one. the facto ry price is 15. Dasn does tne biz.., and ungues is tne boy mat has it Lehieh Coal at 50c a ton below the combination prices. tieorge w. 11. Hughes, iMn:n:ni;T dealer, aulO 34 Church Street. JUST RECEIVED, Another invoice of those Reliable MONITOR oil stoves! Secure one and laugh at the Heat, Dust, Ashen, Time, Labor and Expense caused your neigh bors by using coal stoves. A list of 275 names of those using the Monitor in New Haven and vicinity can be seen by calling at 395 and 397 State Street H. K. PEASE & SON, Agts. DON'T FORGET IT! THE Florence Oil Stove! Cannot be exploded, and is the most convenient. Welcome light and Devoe's Oil. NO. 154 ELM STREET. C. P. Merriman. Also Kerosene, Lam pa, Fixtures, he au9 Frisbie & Hart. Chickens! Chickens! Broilers and Roasters fTTE are selling the above at very low prices, and w T are nrenarea to man special rates with hotels. wwtsnrants and seashore houses. We would respectfully call your attention to our celebrated Durham Creamery Better, equal to anything in that line ever offered to the New Ha- VAn mi HI i n. Look at our line ox tv to t x-vmvuva 353 State Street. I 350 and au7 - Peaches, Pears, Grapes, &c. WE HAVE nice Peaches, Bartlett Pears, Concord and Delaware Grapes, Citron Melons, Fine Ta ble Claret, Imported Ginger Ale, I.ime Fruit Jnice, Baspberrr Syrup and Blackberry Brandy, all good (or this warm weather. ..... :, . . lOO Churcb Street. HO BEBKKUE CCKTISS. FOE SALE, The Stock, Lease and Fixtures of the Livery Stable No. 84 Court Street, the finest location in the city for Boarding, Feed and Livery purposes. Elegant Horses, Carria ges and Harnesses, sold separately if desired. Any one in want of any thing in our line will do well to call and examine before, buying else where. 84 COURT STREET, aui3 Gt New Haven, Ct. MINIATURE ALMANAC. ADGU8T 13. Moon Ssts, 10.S1 p. m. Suit Risxs, Bus Ssts, B.07 T.01 High Watzb, 105 a. m. War Department Weather Observations, Taken at 7 a. m., 2 p. m., 9 p. m. Aug. 12. Barom eter, 30.042, 30.045. 30.072. Thermometer, 65, 73, 68. Wind, direction N, NE, W. Velocity, in miles par hour, 4, 6, 4. Weather, light rain, fair, clear. Maximum Thermometer, 76 degrees. Minimum Ther mometer, 6 degrees. Kaln-iall, in inches, 0.46. H"iim velocity or win a. 5 miles per hour. WiU. V. WKIOHT, 8ergt Signal Corps, U. B. Army. MARRIAGES. FOa BALDWIN In this city, Aug. 3d. by the Rev. Mr. Denslow, of Fair Haven, Gurdon J. Fox of unageporx, ana lxraisa A. Kaldwin of this oity. DEATHS. BUR WELL In Westville, Aug. 12th, suddenly, David BELCHER In New Iondon,Aug. 8th, Rachel Wilson, Mil. iJiirwou. avcu as TOarn. uaugater 01 n imam ana Anne belcher, aged 6 mos. and 24 days. COLTON In East Granby, August 4th. Watson L. (Joiton, aged 3 years. FRENCH In Easton, Aug, 11th, Pamelia, widow of me itt) puex-iiuni x rencn, agea iv years ana 3 monins. KINGSBURY In Franklin, Aug, 8th, T. H. C. King, oury. agea years. PAGE In Collinsville, Aug. 10th, Daniel H. Page, agaa on years. W All HEN In Bridgeport, Aug. 11th. Jennie M-. in fant daughter of Tracy B. and Clara A. Warren, aged a moniiu ma n obti. w 1LL1AMH-in Naugatnck, Aug. 7, Frank Sherman, son of E. Sherman and Mary W. Williams, aged 11 years and 6 months. MARINE LIST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. AKBrVXD AUGUST 12. Soh W S Perrv. InffersolL Addison, and cleared for new XOTK. S500 to &1.000 rWlO" INVEST in some good business which will stand close inveetiiration. bv a man of nimhinc ana sieaay naoits. Address i'AK'i.'JNiilt," aula 2t- this office. Business Opportunity. GOOD Machinist, if qualified to make dies. u punches, etc., and if steady, industrious, and has a little capital, can learn of an unusual chance ior ousmess oy aaaressing "OPrXJUTUnn x," auia 21- tale office. Barber Shoo For Sale. IN Birmingham, four chairs and fixtures, now do ing a good business : satisfactory reasons ttiven for selUng. Inquire of Mr. SCHMIDT, in Merle's ; iarber nop, iW4 Chapel street, or A. LalAIHOK, au!3 fit Birmingham, Ct. For Sale Cheap IN consequence of removal from the city. 1 1 offer for sale at a very low figure my Black Mare, side bar Brewster spring Top Wagon, -Harness, Robes. Whip, ttc The watzon and narneas um utile usea. Apply immediately. B. R. MERWIN. au!3 3t 68 Church Street FOR SAIiE. it A FARM of 81 acres in the center of the town i of Bethany. Large hoUBe,two barns, blacksmith shop, hennery, and other outbuildings on the premises, wm do soia ior tne low price ox X2.uuu one-half can remain on mortgage. anl3 237 Chapel Street. Adjourned Sale. nriHE sale of the property of the Crawford MaWi- 1 facturing Company, of Pittsburgh. Pa., hereto fore advertised to take place Aug. 16th, 1880, has, by oruer oi court, oeen adjourned until septemoer 7th, ltttsu, at iu o clock a. m., at the same place. W . d Av Vlo, WM. MoCONWAY, aul3 It Receivers. BUNNELL & SCBANT0N, Bankers and Brokers, DEALERS IN BONDS, STOCKS, &c. Interest allowed on Deposits. aul2 Natural Vichy Waters! Elisabeth and Sainte-9Iarie. Wholesale and Retail, AT Whittlesey's Drug Store, anil dfcw 228 Chapel and 326 Stats Sts. NOTICE To Citizens Claiming Exemption from Military- Duty and Military Tax for 1880. ATTENTION is called to the following section of the Surgeon General's orders : Order No. 6 : II. All persons between 18 and 45 years of age de siring exemption from military duty and commuta tion tax by reason of mental or physical disability must report to one of the Post Surgeons for examina tion, and if found exempt will be furnished with a certificate of exemption, to be filed by them with the Selectmen of the town where they are liable to enroll ment. Those who were exempted by Post Surgeons in 1878 and 1879 and the disability classed as perma nent will not be required to be examined again unless ordered by the Surgeon General. The dates for exam inations are as follows : July 14, 21 and 28, August 4, 11, 18 and 25, from 2 to 9 p. m. Persons not filing their certificates of exemption with the Selectmen -before the first day of September will be debarred from exemption for the year. Dr. W. R. Bartlett, the Post Surgeon for New Ha ven, Office No. 157 Church street,) will examine those claiming exemption ANY DAY DURING THE PRES ENT MONTH between the hours of 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m., free of charge, and the examination must be made before September 1, 1880. xnis matter must oe attended to witnont aeiay. JAMKo REYNOLDS, Selectman and Town Agent. New Haven, August 7, 1880. aulO tf .CATTTIOKr. To insure obtaining the genuine ApoUinarls, see that the ooi-lt bear the Apollimaris brand. New Haven City Burial Ground, Gists Street. JAMES T. MIX will be in attendance, and particu larly on Laurel avenue, from 1 to 12 and 2 to 5 o'clock each day. Also be has for sale several Burial Lots, some Quar ters, halves and whole lots, and some lots tbat have nun jences. ioe prices are cneap. neBiaence, a2 MWFtf 212 CROWN STREET. Carpets. An elegant display of New and Beautiful Designs from the celebrated t establish ment of W. & JT. SLOANE, New York, for whose goods a,depot in New Haven has i been established by ROBERT N. SEARLES, NO. Gl ORANGE STREET. au9 tf Yes, Sir ! TfcEOPLE are learning that our advertisements I mean busim we sell good Family r lour ior only sue per bag. Good Butter at 23c per lb., worth 36e. 40o Black, Jaian and Mixed Teas at 30c lb. Pure Baktns Powder, warranted satlsfactorv or money refunded, 33c per lb. Fresh gga from Orange twice m week every one warranted nice and fresh. Good Laundry Soap, 40 bars for fL Babbitt's Best" Soap, 6o bar. New Haven Flour and Butter Store, CO Crown Street. A few doors below Church Street.) To Saratoera and Return BY THE Sound and Hudson River Boats, $5.76 Manhattan Beach and return, $1.75 : both com bined, $6. No eharge for securing staterooms In ad vanoe Tourists' Tickets to the White Mountains, Quebec, Montreal, the 8t. Lawrence, Niagara, and all. leading points. Tourists to Europe,or those who con-' template sending for their friends, will find it to their interest to call on the undersigned, direct passenger agent for all of the ocean steamship lines. Sight drafts on London, I)ublin,Glaegow, Paris, Arc, at low est rates of exchange. EDWAUD DOWNES, Steamship and Teurist Ticket Agent, 309 Chapel Street. Winsted National Bank Stock. CITY of Newport, Kentucky, Water 7:30s. Covington and Cincinnati Street Bail way Bonds wanted by Samuel H. narrows, Yale National Bank Building, BOOM a. QOEflfl a year tn Arunt9. Outfit am m $25 tsM Cm. For terms ad dress. J. (Mks C, auiauit.Ma, jrfisf News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. WONDERFUL TROTTING The Fastest Time on r Record Wiped Out. A Mile Covered In 2:111 St. Julien and Maud S Lower the Score. FENIAN AGITATION IN IRELAND The Whole Country Teeming With Sedition. NEW YOBK. Trotting avt Rochester St. J u lien avnd Maud S. Against Time Another Notch in the Record Both Trot in 8:11 3-4 . Tremendous JSnthnslnsm Among the Spectators. . Rochester, Aug. 12. The 2:19 race of yesterday was finished in two heats this morning, both of which were taken by Driver, contrary to every expectation. Driver's time was : first heat, the sixth heat of the race 34i, l:08i, 1:08, 1:43$, 2.20 : seventh heat 31i, 1:08, 1:42, 2:21. In the afternoon probably eighteen thou sand people were on the ground. It was splendid day and track. . In the first race, class of 2:30, Honest Bill, Josh Billings, Ix thair, Centella and Kismet were drawn. In the first head Hector led, Panama second, Orange Blossom third, Calmns fourth. At the quarter Panama made a spurt and then fell back to the last place, and the horses held their places all the way home; time 35, 1.10$, 1:41, 2:23. In the second heat Calmus took the lead, and Hector third. Panama broke and went way back, but on the back stretch she pulled up and Thorne went up to second place, which they held, coming under the wire as follows : Panama, Edward Thorne, Calmus, Orange Blossom, Hector : time 35 1-G, 1:10, 1:44$, 2:23$. In the third heat, at the strat, Panama led, Hector next and Calmus third. At the half mile Calmus took second place, and Hector third, but at the three-quarter Thorne went up to the third place. They came down in fine style and went under the wire as follows : Panama, Calmus, Edward Thorne, Hector and Orange Blossom; time 35$, 1:16$, 1:45, 2:211. In the fourth heat Panama slightly led at the start and kept it all the way around, Orange Blossom behind, struggling for second place and came in : Panama, Thorne, Calmus, Hector and Orange Blossom ; time 35, 1:10, 1:45, 2:21$. In the free-for-all race St. Julien. Maud S. and Trinket were drawn. In the first heat the start was made by Hopeful followed by Great .Eastern and JJarby. Away they went without a break. At the half Darby pushed Great Eastern, but did not poke his nose ahead till the three-quarter pole was reached and this place, was held to the last, crossmg the wire as follows : Hopeful, Darby and Great Eastern ; time 33$, 1:07$, 1:14$, 2:15$. In the second heat the horses got off prompt ly. Hopeful ahead with Darbv next. Great Eastern went in the air at the quarter pole and went so far back that he was four lengths behind Darby, who m turn was a half length behind Hopeful at the finish; time 33$, 1:07, 1:41, 2:1(5. In tne tnira neat Darby kept a steady pace and had pulled to Hopeful's wheel at the half and up to a half length at the three-quarters. Down the home stretch he was lashed into taking first place by a neck as he came under the wire ; time, 33$, 1:09, 1:44$, 2:19. The fifth heat caused little excitement. It seemed generally understood how it would end, and the horses were not pushed. They came in : Darby, Hopeful and Great Eastern ; time, 34, 1:08, 1:14. 2:22. It was after 5 o'clock when the race against time was called. The pools sold $50 on St. Julien to f 40 on Maud S., and $50 to $36, $37 and $38 that the horses would not beat the time. Each horse trotted alone and they went off without scoring, the crowd silently admiring the splendid work until the finish, when they cheered lustily. St. Julien took his first heat at apparently great ease, making the quarter in 33$, the half in 1:07, three quarters 1:41 and mile in 2:13. At this time the betting was 25 to 28 that the fastest time would be beaten. Pools sold 50 on St. Julien to 45 to 38 on Maud S. Maud S. 's first heat : Maud S. was greeted with cheers. Without a single score she went for the heat, going wonderfully fast un der the wire and caused no surprise when she went by the quarter in 32$. Away she went in beautiful shape, passing to the half in 1:05, the three-quarters in 1:38$, and came under the wire in 2:11. At the announce ment the friends of Maud S. grew wild with excitement. The pools changed to 25 to 22 in favor of Maud S. St. Julien's . second heat. The feat of Maud S. invited the driver of St. Julien to send him for all he was worth and the geld ing started beautifully. After two scores he reached the quarter in 31, the half in 1:04, the three-quarters in 1:38, and finished in :11, as announced by the judges, though the stop watches in the reporters' stand showed 2:12, and this latter time was taken by several sporting men in the grand stand. Having won the purse by beating his own previous record, St. Julien was not speeded in his third heat and went around at his leis ure ; time 37, 1:15, 1:52, 2:24$. Before Maud . was brought out for the second trial Captain Stone, who has her in charge, asked the judges to announce that hav ing fulfilled all conditions and won the purse the mare would not be speeded thereafter, and her second mile by quarters was 35$, 11, 1:47$, 2:20. When Maud S. came up for the first trial Charley Green, who was in the reporters' stand, said the sun never shone on a faster track than this is to-day. There were $80,000 in the pools, of which full two thirds were on the free-to-all. Each horse was presented by the wives of the directors of the Rochester Driving Park with a floral bian&et and an ornamented card, one bearing the words "St. Julien, King of the Turf," and the other "Maud S., Queen of the Turf." A card which had been prepared with the fastest time on was split in two and one-half given to each driver. The Bankers at Saratoga. Saratoga, Aug. 12. The attendance at th e Bankers' convention was much larger than it was yesterday. Alexander Mitchell, of Mil waukee, was elected president, and a long list of vice presidents, headed by Jacob D, Vermflye, of New York, and an executive council were also elected. Eesolutions fa voring a general bankrupt law were laid on the table. A letter from Secretary Sherman was read, in which he reviews the history of the national banks and their connection with the Government, and the great advantage of the national bank currency over the old State issues. The great assistance rendered by the banks in the refunding operations was com mented upon, and tbe system should not be abandoned. A paper followed from H. H. Camp on "Coin Deposits as Security for Na tional Bank Notes." Getting Down to Three Meals. New Tobk, Aug. 12. Dr. Tanner passed a very quiet night. He was unattended, but Dr. Gunn, who looked in, his room several times during the night, always found him quietly sleeping. The champion digester arose at an early hour, and at 8:15 o'clock partook of his breakfast, which consisted of one dozen raw oysters, one boiled egg, two crackers and eight ounces of milk. Ha re marked while eating : ' 'I have now arrived at the stage when three meals a day will satis fy me." At 8:40 he. was reading the morning journals and looking" over his correspond ence, when R. M. Walters called and invited him to make his home for the present at Riv erside Drive. Dr. Tanner said he would con sider the offer, but did not give a decided an swer. At 9:30, having drank eight ounces of milk, he went out without saying -where "he was going or when ne snouia return, o'clock he was still absent. ' At 2 Frlghtral Death of a SomnambmllaT. New Yobk, Aug. 12. About 2:30 o'clock this morning Annie Jackson,' aged about thirty-seven years, a servant at the Carleton House, fell from the window of her steeping room on the eighth floor of the hotel and was instantly killed. It is supposed that she walked out of the window while sleep. Her body was taken to the. Oak street station house, and her friends were informed. A Broken Wkeet-Twnly Injured. Passengers .New Yobk, Aug. 12. A train on the New York and New Jersey railroad, running from Stony Point, N. Y., to Jersey City, when a mile from Spring Valley, ran off the track to-day, a truck wheel of the tender having broken. About twenty passengers were severely injured. One woman naa ner collar bone broken. One brakeman was se verely hurt in the back. One smoking and one passenger car were wrecked. The International Exhibition. New Yobk, Aug. 12. The third session of the World's Fair committee xeassembled the Governor's room at 10 a. m., Henry G. Stebbins in the chair. President Barnard, of Columbia College, was added to the com mittee on address, which now consists of six members, and the address was ordered to be sent to the executive committee for ap proval before being published. Mayor Cooper was of opinion that no address should be issued until a permanent organiza tion has been effected. Mr. Patton, of Al abama, was in favor of proceeding at once with an address and let the people know that it means the exhibition to be a success. Dis cussion followed and an amendment to post pone the issuing of the address was lost by a vote of 26 to 21. and the motion to submit the address to the executive committee was unanimously car ried, Samuel A. Haines, as chairman of the executive committee, reported that a resolu tion had been passed which required that a ten per cent, suuscnpuon oe paia (January i leol, ana ten per cent, every sixty dayi thereafter. The meeting then adjourned subject to the call of the chair. After adjournment the executive commit tee held a meeting. Mayor Cooper declined election as chairman of the committee, and w. Li. strong was elected. It was decided that subscription books be opened September 15 at the Farmers' loan and Trust Companv in this city. After transacting some further business the committee adjourned subject to tne call oi tne cnair. Drowned from a Lake Steamer. Boohesteb, Aug. 12. The wife of Captain Sherwood, of the steamer Norsemen, plying between Charlotte and Canadian ports, fell overboard from the steamer as she was com ing into Charlotte harbor at 4 p. m. to-day. and though the lifeboat was speedily lowered she drowned before assistance could reach her. THE OLl VOKLI. Great Britain. The Fenians at Work Urged on by- American Emissaries A Bold Robbery of Arms A Norwegian Vessel Boarded and Stripped of Its Cargo of Arms The Whole Island Ripe for Revolution Tremendous Excitement Throughout England and Ireland. London, Aug. 12. At one o'clock this morning a large party of men left the shore in six whale boats and boarded ' the Norwe gian ship Juno, Captain Carlsen, repairing at Queenstown, went into her hold and stole three cases of rifles, which formed part of her cargo. The news of the robbery has created con siderable excitement here, not so much on account of the event in itself as for what it may indicate as to the state of affairs in Ire land. It is believed by well informed per sons that the whole affair was manipulated by American emissaries who are known to be in Ireland working up a Fenian agitation. How those men came by the information that the Juno had cases of rifles onboard can only be guessed at, but the presumption which has most currency is that the American agi tators gained access in some way to the ves sel's bill of lading and then arranged a plan for the capture of the guns, whose position among the ship's cargo they seem to have known to a great nicety. All reports agree that the Government is very anxious, as they are in possession of information going to show that secret agitators in Ireland have thus far been very successful in organizing sedition. The conviction daily gains ground that the whole island is ripe for revolution, and the outcroppings here and there only serve to indicate with what thoroughness and secresy the work of organization and drill has been carried on. Although the policy of soothing public feeling upon the state of Ireland prevails in all ministerial utterances upon the subject, there no concealing the fact that the Government is more apprehensive of the Fenian brotherhood, and of the possibilities of what it may accomplish in Ireland, than ever before in the whole history of the move ment. A marked contrast between its pres ent and past methods is the care shown by the leaders to stop all leaks wnereby its pur poses may become known, and to make its secrets a sealed book to all but those who are ready to take all risks and go to any extreme. The rejection of the Irish compensation bill by the Mouse of Lords, the Government clearly sees, tends to fan the names of sedition and puts the pres ent liberal ministry in a very awkward posi tion towards a people who so largely helped to place them in power. The Govern ment realizes that the prohibition by Mr. Forster, Chief Secretary for Ireland, of the sale of Enfield rifles ordered by the Bea consfield administration, will probably have but small ertect in preventing tne arming or the peasantry when the fanaticism of the people is fully aroused, and they willingly assist at the landing of arms from America and elsewhere. The situation upon the whole is a gloomy one, and it is believed that if a genuine revolt begins in Ireland, England is not now in so good condition to combat it from a military point of view as could be wished. No traces of the J uno rob bers have yet been found. In Commons this evening Mr. Forster, Home Secretary for Ireland, in reply to a question, confirmed the news of the seizure of arms from the ship Juno at Cork. Mr. Forster said that the Juno was on her way from Antwerp to New York, and had taken refuge through stress of weather in Cork harbor. She was boardea by sixty men and forty-seven muskets were seized and carried away. The police have already arrested six men on suspicion. Mr. Forster added that no ammunition had been taken from the Juno. The excitement caused by this auda cious act of piracy is very great, and it is in tensified by the rumors which are flying about concerning the extremely dangerous condition of afifairs throughout Ireland. The Government is understood to be possession . of information which leads to the opinion that the skirmishing fund raised in the United States by O'Dono van Bossa and his confreres is being used in Ireland, and that plots for isolated up risings and acts like those of this morning have been formed all over the kingdom. Some further details of the raid in the Cork harbor hare been received, but owing to the fact that the Government has monopo lized the telegraph wires for its own use, par ticulars thus far received have been meagre. The Fenians, it is stated, rowed to the side of the Juno with muffled oars and arrived alongside without being seen or heard by the lookout on the ship. They made fast their boats on each side and suddenly boarded her, taking every one on board by surprise. They quickly overpowered and bound the captain, crew and custom house officers who were on board, but were not brutally violent. No lives were lost, and after taking forty-seven muskets the Fenians left as noiselessly as they came, leaving the officers and crew still tied and helpless. The coast guard throughout Ireland has been or dered to observe extraordinary vigilance, and an additional supply of ball cartridges has been served out to them. The affair has caused a great sensation throughout Ireland and in London. The sale of newspapers con taining accounts of the" raid is enormous. A genuine Fenian excitement is working up and the gravest apprehensions are enter tained of the future. Further Details of the Robbery So Clue to the Perpetrators. London, Aug. 12. The ship Juno had on board a general cargo, chiefly consisting of iron, nails and forty cases of arms, each case containing twenty-four weapons. The cap tain, his wife, one revenue officer and the crew were aboard the vessel, ine revenue officer was patrolling the deck when the Fenians boarded the vessel, and seizing him they imprisoned him in the captain's room, saying that they did not want to harm any one on board. In about thirty minutes they re-embarked in their boats, taking with them forty-two muskets, all of them being old fashioned. No alarm was given, although the police were patrolling in the immediate vicinity. The Fenians were evidently thor oughly well acquainted with the ship's cargo and the position of the crew, etc The tele graph wire between Cork passage and the west was cut in two places. The police are energetically searching the neighborhood, but thus far no clue has been obtained. ; The police at Cork passage were not in formed of the robbery until 3 o'clock. ,The police at Black Bock state that they saw two boats pass up tne river, ana recognized some of tne occupants. The crew of the- Juno, some 23 in, number, were sleeping in tne forecastle. which - was battened down. It is Relieved that fully one hundred men were enraged in the raid and evidently had acoomrJices out side the docks. They evidently intended to remove the whole forty cases of arms, but apparently their arrangements were upset in consequence of one of their number falling down the hold, where he was no doubt serious ly wounded, as blood and human hairs were found adhering to the iron rails in the hold. Only six arrests have been made thus far. The robbers wrote yesterday from Cork to the captain of the Juno apologizing for the trouble tney naa given him. Improving the Defences at Candahar. London, Aug 12. A dispatch from Bom, bay says advices have been received from Candahar up to Sunday night. At that time the city was completely isolated and the troops were busy entrenching and improv ing the defences. Provisions were good and plentiful. The Afghans make no signs of an attack upon the city. A dispatch from Calcutta says the latest ad vices from Kelatighelizai are dated Sunday, Up to that time the garrison had remained unmolested. The supplies were ample and the commandant considers that he is in no danger. General Boberts will endeavor to reach Candahar in two days. He arrived at Lar- gunshakr on Tuesday. Premier Gladstone's Health Improving London, Aug. 12. Mr. Gladstone contin ues to improve and will attend a Cabinet council on Friday, which has been specially summoned to consider the threatening aspect ox Irish affairs. Russia Unable to Co-operate. London, Aug. 13. A St. Petersburg dis patch says it is reported that Russia has in formed the powers that she will be unable to participate in coercive measures against Tur key. France. Twenty Persons Killed by a Landslide, Paris, Aug. 12. A landslide has occurred near Chatellerault and twenty persons were killed. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. The Increase of Postomces. Washington, Aug. 12. A statement just completed at the Postoffice department shows that the number of postoffices throughout the country in full operation is nearly double the number of 1866, the increase since that time being upwards of 19,000 offices. The number of offices in operation June 30, 1880, was 42,'JS. An Important Move by China Opening Up Foreign Commerce to Her Native Merchants. Washington, Aug. 12. The Chinese min ister has formally notified Secretary Evarts that he has received advices from his govern ment that a steamer owned by Chinese mer chants and manned by Chinese officers and men, with a cargo of Chinese commodities, was ready to sail for San Francisco. This action by the imperial government is the first step towards a revision of the Imperial commercial decrees'!! the basis of directing commercial relations with foreign countries. Hitherto the entire China trade has been con ducted by American and European firms act ing as intermediaries between the Pekin an thorities. Under these decrees Chinese merchants were prohibited from owning for eign built vessels or undertaking commercial enterprises with foreign countries. This step the Secretary thinks will at an early day revolutionize the entire commercial rela tions of China and will break up the immense operations of foreign commercial houses on Chinese account. The diplomatic aspect of this departure from the policy of exclusion which Has prevailed in the empire is regard ed oi as much significance as m its commer cial aspects, indicating that China, emulating the example of Japan, is ready to take her place amongst the competitors for the enor mous commerce between the eastern nations of Asia and the rest of the world. It is a shrewd move on the part of. the Chinese Government to seek the control of this great trade at the same time that she opens her re sources to the outside world. There are mil lions of dollars of American capital invested in this interest that wiU feel directly or indi rectly the effect of this new move on the port of China. A Lively Demand for Silver. Washington, Aug. 12. Under the recent efforts made by the Treasury department a lively demand for standard silver dollars has sprung up all over the country. From the South there is a constant demand for frac tional silver to be used in paying off cotton picsers. PENNSYLVANIA. The May's Landing Horror The Air Brake Tampered VVith A Passenger's Story The Death Roll. Phtt.apei.phia. Aug. 12. In conversation with Assistant Superintendent G. S. Hackett of the West Jersey railroad, relative to the cause of the disaster at May's Landing, he stated that he was unable as yet to give a cause for it. No investigation has been made, although General Manager Thompson and President Wood were in conversation over an hour this morning and had deter mined to give the matter the most thorough inquiry. On whom the blame should be placed can not be ascertained until after the inquest. Edward Aiken, the engineer of the second section of the train, who is at May's Landing, says the accident was caused simply by the air brake's failure to work. He believes if the brake had operated his train would have stopped in time to have prevented a collision. He refuses to say more upon the subject. He will remain at May's Landing until after the inquest. No signs of the wreck now remain where it occurred, except piles of splinters from the crushed car, the wrecking train hav ing removed all other traces of the disaster. Mr. T. B. Judge, president of St. Ann's Literary Institute, who is waiting to attend the inquest, makes the following statement : There were about thirteen hundred persons in the two sections of the train, that number having been accounted for ; both sections left Atlantic City so close together that I had my choice of trains ; I got on the last section and was in the rear car when the crash oc curred ; the shock was a strong one and sev eral persons were thrown from their seats ; there was the appearance of a panic, and I did a in my power to quiet it ; I partly succeeded and then the people began to leave the car to see what was the matter. I went with the rest ; when I reached the head of the section I saw a sight which I cannot adequately describe ; the injured passengers were being drawn from the car and the water on each side of the track was filled with per sons who jumped from the train and were up to their waists in the river ; a boat soon put out and picked them up ; on the embank ment of the railroad, which is about seven feet high, were the sufferers from the crushed car, groaning in their agony, and in a conr spicuous place lay the dead body of young Sweeny; I think the railroad company is guilty of gross negligence in running the sec tions so close ; there were twenty-four cars in the train, sixteem in the first section and eight in the other ; the people here have done everything that could be done for the wounded. The death roll now numbers seven persons. including two who expired in the Pennsylva nia Hospital in this city this morning. Twen ty men and fifteen women, seriously scalded, also lie in the institution, many of whom will die. NEW ENGLAND. Rhode Island. A Wedding in High Life. Newpobt, Aug. 12. G. Cavendish Ben- tinck, cousin of the Duke of Portland, was married here at noon to Miss E. Livingstone, daughter of Maturin Livingstone of New York. Bishop Clark, of the Episcopal dio cese of this State, assisted by Dean Lyster,of Ontario, officiated. The bride wore the Ben tinck family diamonds. The bridesmaids were Miss Livingstone, sister of the bride, Miss Edith Fish, daughter of Hamilton- Fish, Miss Kate Kemochan and Miss Gertrude Hoyt. A large and fashionable arrav of guests of both sexes were present,, not only at the church but also at the reception given at the home of the .bride's parents. FLEE RECORD. Heavy Loss by a Factory Fire. Boston, Aug. 12. It is now reported that the damage to the Otis Company's hosiery factory at Ware, Mass., by a fire on Tuesday night, amounts to $200,000, but it is covered by insurance in Boston and Providence com panies. One thousand hands are thrown out of employment, ... Other Fires. Mabhlehxad, Mass., Aug. 12. The Uni- versaliat church here was burned this morn ing by an incendiary fire. The loss is $25, 000 insurance $4,000. B. Hooper, dealer in fancy goods, occupied the basement. His loss is $4,000 ; insurance $2,200. Atchison, Kan., Aug. 12. The flouring mill of J. M. Hurd was burned early this morning. The loss is $12,000 ; insurance, $6,200. New Yobk, Aug. 12. A fire this morn ing in the piano factory of J. Fischer & Co., a four-story brick building on West Twenty- eighth street, caused a loss of $1:,000. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. New. Yobk, Aug. 12. Sailed, the State of Pennsylvania for Glasgow, the Greece for London, the City of Brussels for Liverpool, the Wieland for Hamburg. Arrived, the Ama zon from Bristol, the Nevada from Liverpool, the State of Nevada from Glasgow, the Aus tralia from London. The announcement of the arrival of the Canada was premature. Philadelphia Arrived, the Lord Gough rrom Liverpool. Baltimore Arrived, the Herrmann from Bremen. Antwerp Arrived, the Bhynland from New York. Liverpool Sailed, the Lord Clive for Philadelphia, the Germania for New York. Arrived, the Arizona from New York, the Marathon from -Boston. Glasgow Sailed, the Anchoria for New York. . TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. The Democratic convention at Nashville, Term., yesterday, nominated S. H. Wilson for Governor by acclamation. General N. P. Banks' eldest daughter, Mary Binney Banks, was married last evening to Bev. Paul Sterling, of Gumbier, Ohio, in the Episcopal church at Waltham, Mass. Base ball yesterday: At Brooklyn, Na tionals 6, Bochesters 5 ; at Chicago, Provi- dence G, Chicagos 4 ; at Cincinnati, Bostons 2, Cincinnatis 11 ; at Cleveland, Clevelands 8, Worcestera 3 ; at Buffalos, Troys 5, Buf falos 1. FINANCE AND TRADE. Special Correspondence of Jottrxal and CouniEH. John H. Davis & Co.. Bankers and Brokers, 17 Wall Htreet, 1MEW IOEK, AUg. la, lVW. KJ. J The stock niacket struck about the same tune this morning with which It quietly closed up the night previous. There was a sense of feebleness in its tone, and a lack of animation in its movements. Towards noon a sharp decline set in on a few stocks that evi dently seemed to some as having reached a good point at which to unload, The tone was certainly bear ish," and a lack of any upward influences kept the market generally weak and feverish most of the day? Bears were afraid to sell and break things generally, and the bulls were equally timid about making any drive for top prices. The bond market presented no special features be yond its usual firmness and inactivity. Government bonds closed as follows : 1880s, reg 102'-' New 4s, reg 110 1880s, coup 102 New 4s, coup 110 1881s, reg 104?: Currency 6s .... .125 Union Pacific, 1st. . . 112a, I ..and Grants 115 Sinking Funds 120 Central Pacific 112S Pacific 6s of '95 112. 1881s, coupon . 104 aewtiB, reg i-'" wewoB, coupon iu?4 New 4Ws. reg HOv New 4B, coup Hl.V Stocks closed as follows : A. & P. Telegraph ... 44 Arizona Central..... Am Dist. Tel 75 Boston W. P - Bur. ACed. Rapids. . 68 Boston" Air Line. n. . Michigan Central .. . 93 Milwaukee & St. Paul 88 do. - pref. ..hid Morris Essex 107 Mar. & Cin. 1st pref. 8 Mar. & Cin. 2d pref. fi' Mobile & Ohio 22 Metropolitan 92 Manhattan 26 North Pacific 29 V do. pref 51 Nash Chat 65?- Chicago, Bur. Q...127' Chicago and Alton.. 118 da pre 1 130 Central Pacific . 70 C. C. & I. c.;c.;& i.c Canada Southern. . , 71 17 61V 3 19 Northwestern 99 do pref 120 Caribou.... Ches & Ohio N. J. Central 74 V do. 3d pref . . .130 N Y. C. & Hudson. .132V N. Y., N. H. k H.....160 do. 1st pref.. '26)4 Canton 1 Denver & Rio G. 70 DeL, Lack. &West.. 84 Del Je Hudson 81 Deadwood Erie 2d consols Erie 41V Erie pref 70 'Ontario & West 25?i vmo uentrai - Ohio & Miss 32V do. pref 73 uniario aiiver ao Peoria D.&E. pfd Panama 185 Pittsburg 120 Pacific Mail 40; Quicksilver 15 Excelsior Mining.. . . t. lev area nz Fort Wayne 122 Hart, ft Erie. 1st do. prof. . . 52,V Bock Island H2,V do. 2d. teaaing St. Louis & San Frn. 36 San Francisco pref... 50 San Fran. 1st pref, . . 50 Harlem 200 Han. & St. Jo 35 do. pref. Homestake 36 St. Paul, &0. M 43 S" Standard 37V Silver Cliff 30 V Houston & Texas.... 65 Illinois Central 112 Iron Mountain 54 V Sutro 1 Jersey. 160 Terre Haute 22V Kansas & Texas. 38 Little Pittoburg - Louis & N. Albany.. Louisville & Nash. . . 117 ao. pref.... 70 0nion Pacific IWJtf wat.,t. .Louis & P.. 4U do. pref... 70V Western Union. 106V Lake Shore 107, laxo .cne & nest... ao. pre i - Bid. EXPRESS STOCKS. 118 Wells, Fargo 110 59 United States 49 Adams.. . . American.. New York Produce Market New. Yobk, Aug. 12. FLOUR Dull and depressed: trade and farr.ilv brands, $5 50a6 50 ; shipping extras, $4 00a4 40. Southern Hour quiet : inferior to very choice shin- ping extras, $6a5 60. WHEAT Opened quiet and y2c lower, closing dull ana neavy. hpot sales of LSo. 2 red at fl 0Hal 0v ; steamer do. at $1 Otial 06 V, and ungraded red at II 05; wo. z reo, Aug. sold at fl oav ; ao. Oct. $i w. ana No. 1 white, 1 08. CORN Opened k'aVc lower, closine weak. Snot sales of No. 2 mixed at 49, and ungraded; do. at 47a 48V ; No. 2, Aug., quoted at 49a49,V ; do. Sept. 49-4a do, aim uct.., Dua:i. jk 1 1, ana UAitin,! iNominai. OATS Opened steady and closed 1 to 3c hieher. with a good demand. Spot sales of No. 1 white at 42 ; mo. 'i at 45a46 ; Kos. l and 2 mixed, 43, and o. 2 t iil- oago at 43. PORK Dull and depressed ; Aug., $14 15al4 25; Sept (11 30ai4 trU. LARD Decidedly hieher and in good demand. Spot sales of steam $7 87ja7 90 for western, and $7 85 ior city. CUT MEATS In moderate request : pickled hams, llall?a; do. shoulders. 7. BEEF In light demand and -unchanged ; plain mess, $9 50 : extra do., $10. WHISKY Dull and nominal, nothing doing for spot. PETROLEUM Was higher for refined with SJi bid nere ; crude in snipping order was quoted at (a v united sold at 9 V- CUTTON Dull; midland 11 9-16: futures steady. ButtER Creamery easy with the supply much in excess oi aemand. ureamery, nnest, 26a2Yc. ; do. good to prime. 24a25 : do. fair to eood. 23a24c. State, choice, 23; do. fair to prime. 20a22c; State pails aud tubs, choice, at 23a24: do. good to prime at21a22 : do. fair to good, 20a21 ; State Welsh, tubs , prime, 22a aac. ; ao. rair to good, I8a20 ; western dairy, fresn, extra, 21a22c ; do. good to prime, 18a 20c. ; do. fair to good. 18al9c. ; western factory, fine, 1617c. ; do. good to prime, jmuvo. ; ao. rair to good, i4Vai6. LOCAL NEWS. Personal. The Kev. Father Leo has beeu reappointed to his former charge in Winsted. Mr. Delevan, editor of the New llilford Kay, has gone to Pennsylvania for two weeks of recreation. Bev. Mr. Lyon, of the Universalist church, Bridgeport, started yesterday morning for Norway, Me. , on a four weeks' vacation. City Attorney Pickett went to Manchester yesterday to resume the trial of liquor cases there. Ewine is one of the State's witnesses. Marshal Pease, of Bridgeport, died Wednesday, and Pequonnock Lodge, of that city, attend his funeral to-day, with Wheeler 4 Wilson's band. 'The Little Orators" Viola and Flossie Sanford, with their mother and Dr. Eiggs' family, are stopping during the month of August on Money Island. Kev. W. C. Boberts, having accepted a call from the Episcopal church at Cranford, N. J., will retire from his pastoral labor in Plain ville, September 1. Hon. William D. Bishop and family and a party of friends went up the Housatonic road Wednesday evening in the palace car Manhattan, for a trip West. Leonora St. Felix, the youngest and one of the brightest of the St. Felix sisters, well known variety performers, died Monday in Boston, having been ill with typhoid fever. Governor Andrews has received from the Governor of New York an official copy of the act ratifying the action of the commis sioners on the New York and Connecticut boundary line. The many friends in this city of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy B. Warren, of Bridgeport, will sympathize with them in their fresh bereave ment, they having lost another child, which died Aug. 11th, aged 8 months and 5 days. Charles W. Clark, of Hartford. Yale '75. sails on Saturday in the Britannic for Eu rope. He intends to spend two years in Paris, and during his absence he whl act as regular correspondent for the New York Tribune and Boston Herald. The Court Record. United States District Court Judge Shlpman. The August term of this court will meet in this city on Tuesday, August 24, at 11 a. m. Following is the calendar, all cases standing for trial at the opening of the court except new civil causes : jp GOTIHKMFJiT CASES. United States vs. Jonathan E. B rower : Canal Boat No. 9 ; Henry Foote ; 40 casts bay water ; Malcolm MoNair ; dwin Bowe ; Long and Burke ; Edwin Bove. two cases : J. -. 8oott : Frank Rolston. two cases ; Edward Janisieweis. two cases ; S. H. Davis ; rfosepa umuwri ; siary jane JJurr. two cases ; Burt C. Tnompsoit. two cases ; Joseph Lambert; Sylvester Davis, two cases. The only new case is that against William McGurk. CIVIL CASES. O. W. Minard vs. Brown Brothers. William J. Barf et aL vs. Hanrord P. Fairchild, Horaoe Oalpin & Co vs. Joseph Kaiser, schooner Silas Brainard vs. steam, er Narragansett, Porter fc Wetmore vs. Jndson Broth ers, First National Bank of Meriden vs. D. P. Wood ruff, Jobs McNeil et ai. vs. Merritt Clark et aL. Daniel Lyman vs. William Smith, Waldron, Wlghtburn 4 Co. vs. Clifton Peck, same vs. George J. Corey, F. Boos Brother vs. Philo S. Crofut, same vs. Alvin P. Sanford. H. K. F. B. Thurber vs. F. M. Hotchkin, Brown ft Scott et aL vs. same, Yale National Bank vs. Anton Basserman, H. Glover Son vs. Price & Bates, same vs. Elijah Benedict Price, same vs. Philo W. Bates, Morris F. Tyler, ex., vs. Nicholas Countryman. Walter C. Chapman .vs. steamer H, L. Goodal, Ho- M. Bogers et aL vs. schooner T. S. Bogers, S. A vs. schooner Empire. Kiv CAPES. Anstin, Baldwin c Co. vs. K. S. Whee' Safety Insurance Co. vs. New Haven Stean Co. City Court Criminal Side J lull Patrick Stanford, pasturing cow to August 26 ; Mark Neary, jr., tb and $9.73 costs ; same, resisting ' ment suspended ; Edward Slack, peace, nolle prosequi ; Michael Lym. of peace, $!.40 costs; Michael G breach of peace, nolle prosequi ; Join stealing, bound over to the Superio. for trial ; same, theft, nolle prosequi City Court Notes. There being no police officers, no v nesses and no prisoners in the City Cot room yesterday morning at 8:30, the time ft the court to open, Judge Pardee promptly ordered a recess until 2 p. m. In the afternoon a young woman was be fore the court on a charge of drunkenness. She said that she lived in Bridgeport, but be longed in Stratford. The girl had nothing to say in her own behalf, except that she was "not guilty." Judge Pardee fined her $5 and costs. In the case of John Green, the alleged horse thief, probable cause was found and the accused was bound over to the Superior Court, October term, in $800 bonds. He privately recanted his Wednesday's story about the sale of the oitnt to him by Kobert Dunlap, an estimable man, who had no dealings with him, and the statement con cerning his mother's presence when Dunlap drove up. Mark Neary, jr., accused of stealing a piece of cloth valued at $ 10, was fined .." and costs. Probate Court Notes. Joseph H. Keefe and Herman E. Smith have been appointed commissioners on the insolvent estate of Otto Alberti. Siegwart Spier has been named as trustee for Hildebrand & Co., tailors, who have made an involuntary assignment. The estate of the late Walter Osborn in ventories $30,04!.13. Police Notes. Yesterday morning James King and Pat rick Ahern, both boys, were arrested for pil fering scrap iron and coal from Gilbert's coal yard. Michael Stevens, aged thirty-nine, who es caped from the Insane asylum, at Middle- town, luesaay mgnt, was arrestea on me street near the police office yesterday morn ing by Chief Webster. Stevens was sent to Middletown by order of the superior .tjourt in this city. He belonged in Naugatuck, and was charged with an assault on his wife witn intent to kill her, July 12, 1H7!). The woapon used was either a knife or a hatchet. The jury acquitted him on the sole ground of in sanity. Frank J. Heed went mto Uierbaum s dom ing store on State street to get a coat repaired last evening, and on leaving, as alleged, stole an overcoat. He was chased into Williams' saloon, and when found the coat was not hi his possession. Heed was taken to the sta tion house, and Detective Brewer was sent to find the coat. He went to Williams', and Peter Morrissey, the bar tender, informed the detective that the coat was not there, but informed him that he would probably find it at Heenan's. Detective Brewer went to Heenan's, but did not find the garment. He returned to Williams' and was about to enter, when he saw Morrissey coming down stairs with a bundle, which he seized, and in at tempting to get possession of it was assault ed by Morrissey. He secured the bundle, however, which proved to be the stolen coat, and after placing it in a secure place, went back and arrested Morrissey. Both Reed and Morrissey are charged with the theft, and the latter will have to answer to an ad ditional charge of resisting and assaulting the officer. SILKS ! All in want of good quali ty aud reliable makes of Silks know where to find one of the largest stocks in the city, all at satisfactory prices. WILCOX & CO, 345 and 219 Chapel St., Lyon ISnilding. a4 dtf oamw Mmis. Position Wanted. I WANT A position as traveling tfaJeanian, assistant bookkeeper, cashier, or aoy position of trust ; the best of references from New lork friends and securi ty given. Addreea " SALESMAN," au!3 2t this office. WANTED, A SITUATION by a respectable girl to do general housework or second work ; is a good washer and ironer, and also a good waitress ; good city refer ence if required. Can be seen at aula It 64 UNION STREET. WANTED, AN EQUAL PARTNER with $1,000 or $1,600 in a new invention where a large proilt can be real ized in a short time. For particulars, address au!3 2t S. 8. S." this office. WANTED. 1)LANEK in perfect order, (now or Second-hand,) 33 to 36 inches between heads and 10 to 12 feet bed. Address LOCK BOX 4055, an!3 It Kew York City. WANTED. E 7UHXOYMENT at copying by a lady. Address this office. aula at- " a. tfr.," Wanted Immediately, OOD laundresses, cooks, waiter girls, kitchen T girls and dishwashers, for the seaside. The high est wages paid and free tickets will be provided for all going to situations from this office. BROWN'S Employment Office, lull lm 191 Meadow Street. WANTED, A MAN to go to Waterbury one who understands the care of one horse, two favorite cows, the care of lawn, grounds, &c. An excellent place to the right one. Apply at Library Rooms, No. 75 Orange Street, .9 lu B. BARTHOLOMEW. WANTED, A GOOD Blacksmith and a young man to make bolts. Apply immediately. (Ji.liN TON Villus AOL. WUKKS, aG tf Northford Station, Air Line R. R. Gaudefroy's Employment Office. PROPRIETORS and managers of seashore or any other summer resort establishments, and also private families, will find competent cooks, laundress es, waitresses, chambermaids, nurses and kitchen helpers, at GAUDEFROY'S Employment Office, 33 Orange Street. No pains are spared to give Bat isf ae on to any who apply at my office. je9 WANTED, FIRST-CLASS Operators on Wheeler & Wilson Ma chine. No. 3. to make flne custom shirt. Apply between 8 and 12 a. m. to Superintendent jy!3 Chapel and Temple Street. WANTED TO buy, a lot of second-hand Furniture and Car pets. Highest cash price paid Orders by mail promptly attended to, at 02U KjXxvlwjix. ax. rmstmrds. Excursion to Block Island! For Fishermen and Pleasure Seekers. -.fPlia, The Steamer ELM CITY, Capt Tuck- J. -z , J pr. Will iMVR Naw TTtlvan frnm Unll. BockcmrTday evening, Aug. 13th, at 11 o'clock, for that famous Ashing locality. About 3 hours flshinjz and a short stay on the Island. Returning will arrive at New Haven at 7 o'clock Saturday evening FAKE... ..$1.00 FOR THE TRIP. Berths Free. Staterooms, $1 and $!S, according to location. Berths in Ladies' Cabin, 50c each. Bait and Lines on board. Refreshments at moderate prices. Tickets can be obtained at Berkele & Curtlss', Church street, where rooms can be secured. See posters. auiu la is J. H. WARD, Agent. Thimble Islands and Lighthouse Point. On and after July 5tli THE STEAMER IVEKNIA r ;IPJ 'Will leave Pair Haven at 8:30 a. m., .'r'TiSii "HTZ-"''"" Dock at 9:15 a.m., Btarin Pir ai K4& a. m. Leave Belle Dock at 1:45 u. m. and Btarin Dook at 'J p. hi. Beturning from Thimble Islands at 13 m. and 5 p. m. Fare to Thimble Islands, Stfe ; Lighthouse Point, 10a ; Sound Trip, 50c Je23 8m Black and Colored