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VOL. XLYIH. 6H Aug.' 19, 1880. IfllflPJ ABE New Fall Foulards. Cretone Cambrics. Cocheco niifl Iflo Irlnts. Olngliams, Momies, Foulards in Plaid and Chintz Colorings, all at Pop- 7 ular Liow Prices. Look at our Black rr -m - , wvif iiuuk tasnmere ever snown in mis ciry ior 10c a yara. wonn $1.00. A few Mohair and Linen ilonson & anl7 8 l Always Q O O TO.FTJBNISH GOOD Q H 114 Cliurch St., Glehe Building. Respectfully, 145 lAtng Wliarf. TOWNSEND & SBIGGS. GREAT SALE OF- AT Bluck and coloreil lace Bantings at 35c. Black and colored plain Bantings at 5c. Allwool Ie Beiges at 5c Double (old all-wool Bantings 4J0, 00 and 75c. Striped Simmer Silica 50c. a Yard. One lot of Black Grenadines at 13 l-2c. a Yard. Ladies' Lawn Suits and Linen Dusters. A whole Lawn Salt at Sl.OO and up ; fine Linen Dusters at $1.35. Black Lace Mitts, Lisle Thread Mitts and Gloves. Lace top Lisle Thread Gloves, for Ladies "and Children, in great variety at lowest prices. Ladies' Cambric Wrappers from 75c. up. Ladles' Cambric Basques and Skirts at S1.35. Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery ! for IjBLdles, Gents and. Children, of Ameri can, French, German and Engl tali manu factare. The very latest styles at popu lar prices In Game anil S u miner Merino Un derwear we are Headquarters. Look at onr goods and compare our prices with those of our competitors You will find a saving of at least J85 per cent-, at F. & L. LYONS' NEW STOBES, 362 AND 364 CHAPEL ST., Clebe Building. Jol s THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Clearing Out Sale -AT- McGrail & Shanley's. The unparalleled success of our Spring and Summer trade has enabled us to wind up the season by a gen era! cutting slaughtering in fact, giving the balanoe 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 McGrail & Shanley aro 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. Wo shall offer the following goods at half what they cost us, 60c on the dollar, Lawn Suits, Muslin Suits, Cambric Suits, all beau tifully trimmed,from $1.65 to $3.26, former price $3.60 to $7.60. White Sacques, trimmed with Hamburg Edging and White Lace, from 90c to $2, former price $1.76 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. MILLINERY! MILLINERY! leathers and Flowers ! The balance of oor Millinery Goods, Ribbons, Flow ers and Feathers will be sold at a reduction of 60c on the dollar less than the cost. All these goods sre new this season. Mo old stock to work oil. Ladles Hosiery and Underwear, the finest took in this city at rock bottom prices. We shall leare nothing undone to make this sale the grandest of the eason, by a general benefit to all in every de partment of oor large establishment. It is not neces sary to repeat that we are re&lly and brYaot the peo ple's servants. 1 276 Cliapel Street A "ID 79 ORANGE STREET. Dim Imw! IlLLp. CARPENTER SHOWING ; T Silk at $1.00, reduced from $1.25. - ... Dusters left at cost prices to close out. Carpenter, 244 and 246 Chapel Street. Ready SECURITY INSURANCE OF HEW HAVEN. NO. 3 LTON BUrLDING, 347 CHAPEL I CO FIRE AND MARINE. CASH CAPITAL - - $200,000 Chas. Peterson, Thos. R. Trowbridge, J. A. Bishop jjm i lrowonage, A. j. wucox, unas. . Aeete, J M. Mason, Jas. D. Dewell, Cornelius Pierpont- uuas. jfE'lKitaow, Tesiaent. CHARLES a LKETE, Vice President. H. MASGN, Secretary. GEO. E. NKTTLETON, Asst Sec'y. Jyleodstf All Aboard for BEERS' NATIONAL GALLERY 343 Chapel Street. One of the largest and finest Photographic estab lishments in the State, with a Mammoth Combination .Leigni ana every otner requisite for ranking the very l i""Only ONE DOLLAR for a dozen high gloss Card Photos, which cost two and three dollars elsewhere. Perfect beauties on heavy enameled cards, only Two ioiiars per dozen ; just naif price. Imperials and Promenade sizes in great variety of styles at equally low prices. Hundreds of Photographs are being made every wcdo s. nno uaauerj, ana give iuu oesE saiiei action. Many who have failed in their efforts to obtain satisfactory likeness elsewhere find no difficulty in ueuiy Buneu a luin uauery. Please call and examine specimens of our work. myl9s Summer Resorts. FORBES HOUSE. Morris Co-re, - South Haven. THIS" well known house is open for the ieaaon, and being very pleasantly situated : on the shore, those desiring board can be ac commodated at very reasonable rates. We ; 'make a specialty of Dinners and gunners. which will be served at short notice. Orders by iciepuwuo receiveo. mages connect wnn tue House ana trains. je3tf B. A. BUELL, Proprietor. The Railroad Waiting Rooms, Savin Rock, hare been re-fitted and will be opened on Jane 1st, and managed by Howes. Parties will be guaranteed vast receptions on all occasions my25 3m DURAKTT'S HOTEL, JNos. 128 and 162 state street. New Haven, Conn., has just been remod eled, refitted, and put in first-class shape. l ne rooms are pleasantly situated, ana tran sient or reimlar boarders will find this a eood place to stop at. The prices are moderate. Only three minutes walk from the new depot. Special rates to Commercial Agents. Good stabling in the rear. F. A. DURANT, Proprietor. C. A. DAl.gr, Clerk. jy27 lm Revere House, BOSTON", MASS., REDUCTION IIV PRICE. ! $2.50 to $3.00 per Day. fi Notwithstanding the reduction in price, the ill hitherto unrivaled excellence of the table will J be strictly maintained. CHAS. H. FERRIPf, o2 eodly Proprietor. Carpets. An elegant display ofXew and Beautiful Designs from the celebrated establish- 4 A C- W 2 V a"h ImTWji uaaaa va w v va v .-.jr.'K- IVew York, for whose goods a depot in New Haven has been established by ROBERT N. SEARLES, NO. OI ORANGE STREET. au9 tf Barber Shop For Sale, T Birmingham, four chairs and fixtures, now do- X ing a good business ; satisfactory reasons given for selling. Inquire of Mr. SCHMIDT, in Merle's Barber Shop, 334 Chapel street, or A. LEININOER, an!3 gt Birmingham, Ct. STARIN'S EXCURSIONS ! For Season of 1880. Starin's Glen Island. Shelter Island. Manhattan Beach. Commencing Thursday, June alth. 1880, The Steamer John H. Starin, Capt. McAllister, Will leave Starin's Pier, foot of Brewery street, at 8:30 a. m. every I luraday during the season for Glen Island. Returning leave Glen Island at 3:30 p. m. Btarin'a Ulen uiand Is most delightfully situated opposite New Bochelle. on Long Island Sound, about twentv milaa east of Mew York, formerly called Locust Island, has been purchased and fitted up by Mr. Starin at great expense, and will be opened during the season of 1880 ss a nrst-olass summer resort. One of the orlnciDal features of the Island will be old-fashioned Rhode Island Clam Bakes, which will be served daily under tne supervision oi niram is. 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 boata 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 laland, 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. FAKE: New Haven to Glen Island 4 .SO I " " " " " and return 75 " " " New York, via Glen Island 1.00 " , and return, via Glen lal and and Iter 18. 1.50 I Shelter laland. Commencing Satarday, June 19th, 1880, the steamer John H. Starin, Capt. McAllister, will make the trip each week, Tasalayi and Satur days, to Shelter Island leaving dock foot of Brew ery street at e:30 a. m. Returning, leave Shelter lal and at 8:30 p. m. These excursions, so immensely popular last summer, will be continued under more favorable circumstances, the boat having the past winter been lengthened 80 feet and thoroughly over- uuiw miu joiuk Muvngnouv. o,ouu people were carried last year without an accident all anoka in the highest pralae of the sail, the boat and courtesy of USB vwm. Single fare 50 cents. Excursion fare 75 centa. Manhattan Beach. Steamers John H. Starin, Capt. McAllister, and Kraatue Corning, Capt. Spoor, in connection with the regular New York line, will issue tickets from New Haven to Manhattan Beach and return for the low nrloe of SI. 75. Passensers can leave New York every hour on one of Stalin's Manhattan Beach boata from xwenty-swoomi aiw, ana juver, jjeroy esreec, North River, o Pier L East River. ' IVo Intoxleatlna; drinks can be obtained on the boat, which ia sufneient guarantee that nothing can occur to mar the pleasure of anyone who choose to avail themselves oi eitner or vneee excursions. Liberal discount made to Sunday schools or ao- i eletiea. For further Information apply to McALISTER k- WARREN, 71 Church street, or . W. B. MILLER. Agent. Starin Pier. Bend for Map of Long laland Sound, giving routes. inyvx i w m 2k ffff tf! 825GQi- emr to Afrents. Outfit cmr m Hopkins Grammar School. Preparatory to Tale College. Fall Term Opens Thursday, Sept. 16. CIRCULARS mt bookstores of H. H. Peck and T. H. Pease. Apply In person after 8ept 9 to . W. Ia. CCSHIHG! . jygtalg , .. BECTOB. I ti,. t-. . -u-a.uvaiM.aKv. BUOHUM AV Jf- t5ilegiaie imenta meet an demands for the higher education of women. The Principal hare iJ?mitn college, who win give special attention to I voeaar, .veueeiey or oinitn college. - uiw.u uuuww u maraen receiTeo. xau session opeM 16 ' H a., ana a. ). .daiiub, .rrraoipais. mFROM September let. a House on East Pearl treet ; is a desirable house and in good loca tion ; has all modern improvements. Apply to aJ M hi aTk. ril . uviiiiuj-uii, v eoum front street, or an!8 6t 188 EAST GRAND STREET. FOB KENT, STORE No. 490 State street. Store No. 12 Elm street. House No. 25 Gilbert tt iwf .ouse on Congress avenue. House on Chapel street. Tenement on Washington streets-: ' Tenement on Asylum street. Tenement on Lamberton street. . Two Rooms corner State and Elm street. GEO. A. I8BEIX, anU Office 8tate St oor. '", Todd's Blk. FOB SALE. Si A FARM of 81 acres in the center of the town sn of Bethany. Large housc,two barns, blaclcemith shop, hennery, and other outbuildings on the premises, wiu oe sola for the low price of 2,ow uus-uui can remain on mortgage. ill r. It yv in 'B IUUj LS1AX 'r 1 XUfii, anl3 237 Chapel Street. FOB BENT. THE 8TORK No. 76 Congress avenue, next door to corner of Hill. A nrat-claas place for business. Apply to S. MIX, auu tf 124 Hill Street. and Tenements J I WV. WJ FOB BENT. STORE No. 79 Congress mvenuo, one of the best stands in tne State for any kmd of bnsi ss ; counters, shelves, gas, water, everything in perfect order : no money to lay out lor nxture rent very low. Also Store No. 67 Congress avenue you can hire for almost anything you oner. Also twenty Tenements, centrally located, ranging from one room to eigut. iients very low. None but respectable and responsible parties need apply to It. IIEAL.Y, 79 Congress Ave. or 36 Broad St. am Houses and Lots For Sale or Ex c nan sre. Good two-family House, near the line Nii if of the horse cars ; lot 52x150; can be bought for $2,000, and will take a cneap lot in part pay. A House on Dwight street, 10 rooms, gas and city water : lot 45x158 : can be bought at a bar gain. House on Perry street. House on Wood ward avenue. tASt naven. Wat-r Front Lota In West Haven. Lots in Westville. Lots on Kimberly avenue, Nicoll street, etc x kapi x, A number of first-class Houses .located central. Money to Loan on Ileal Estate Security Real Estate Office 4-9 Church Street, isoom 5 JUoadley liuilding. vmce open evenings. af iv. . tuitis ruuiiL. Batli Mouses To Kent. I HAVE recently erected on the Savin Bock J shore five Bath Houses, each divided into two il apartments, which I will rent for the season. Apply at office of jyia ti is. maxajjfcic. FOK KENT, 2. THE STORE No. 312 Wallace street, with 4 ij rooms attached, suitable for dwelling purpo L ses : will be rented separately if desired. Ap ply at office of jeia tf cL MALLKY. FOR RENT, L THREE large rooms on Gregsen street, suita ble for light manufacturing purposes. Bent very low to responsible party. Apply at office of . EDWARD MAT.TtEY. ap28tf Chapel Stxeet Kents. FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms, singly and in suites, with gas and steam heat, to rent in Foote House, corner Chapel and Temple streets. Janitor and janitress in the building. Apply at office of apastr tDWAiiu jaAj-aiy. 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. MAILEY. Factory Property FOR RENT, U THE Building Nos. 12 and H Artisan street j will be rented in whole, or in part to suit, for il light manufacturing purpooea. Steam power convenient. For particulars, apply to or address CHAS. H. W EBB, 332 Chapel street. Office open Wednesday and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8. Je21 istf FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS on Ashmun street,between Eaton and Webster. Inquire at je4 tf 2 HOADLEY BUILDING. ux aito glooms. Country Roard.. A FEW Boarders can be accommodated at a quiet farm house. High ground and free from malaria. Terms moderate at this season. City references given. Address "BOX 40," aui . bf w asnington uepot, ut. A SURE RECIPE Fop Fine Complexions. Positive relief and immunity from complexional blemishes may be found in Hasan's Mag nolia Balm. A delicate and harmless article. Sold by drug gists everywhere. It imparts the most brilliant and life-like tints, and the clo sest scrutiny cannot detect its use. All unsightly discolora tions, eruptions, ring marks under the eyes,salIownesa,red ness, roughness, and the flush of fatigue and excitement are at once dispelled by the Mag nolia Balm. It is the one incomparable Cosmetic. CIIT? of Sedalia, Mo., Water 10s. J City of St. Joseph, Mo., 10s. Connty of .Pettis, Mo., 10s. County of Jackson, Jo., 8s. Connty of Bnchanan, Mo. , 10s. wanted by Samuel il. narrows. Yale National, Bank Building, anl6 ' BUOB 4. Special Rates to Large Consumers. E. A. Gessner Si. Co., Apothecaries' Hall, ul7 3Q1 Chapel Street. Securities For Sale. A FEW of the Northampton Consolidated per cent. Bonds, free from taxation. McAIisfer & Warren, Brokers and Insurance A&rents, aul7 St TI hnrrh Street. OATJTION. To Insure obtaining the genuine Apollbtarla, see that the corks bear the Apolliiaai-ia brand. N. B. IF yon want to buy NICE BUTTER at low prices, go to 60 Crown street, and if quality and prices ion t smt, we agree to wivjs yon tratter for nothing. Good Family Flour, 80c per bag, worth 90c Aloe sew process fuv, omy yao per bag. Good Black. Janan and Mixed Teas. 30c ner Donnd. Equal to any 400 tea in the city. Colgate a " new" ooap, c Dar, regmar price ae. Good Laundry Soap, 40 bars for (1. Kerosene Oil. 12c per gallon. New Haven Flour and Butter Store 60 Crown Street, (A few doors below Church Street.) Leila Adelaide Ren Dell M. M., ftrajf nata f thit New York Homosopathic College and HosDital for Women. IPractlct oT 7 V ran in pjew YarkClty, Will permanently reside In New Haven, At 33 Howe Street. IWOf&ce hours. 9 to 11 a. m.. 3 to 4 n. m. 1y3l SaTuTh3m in- I. .i-r.f.ffi l)cUltr. eft rncL l M . cii. trim wbsimr c.uw. UulnS 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 Ijivery purposes. EleganiporseSs Carria ges and Harnessold 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, aul3 6t Sew Haven, Ct. MIN IATUKE ALMANAC. AUGUST 19. Moo ?r Sets, 4.33 a. m. Sex Bisks, 8uh Sets, S.13 I 6.52 I Hioh Wateb, 10.37 a. m. Wair Department Weatkei Observations. Taken at 7 a. m., 3 p. m., 8 p. m. Aug. 18. Barom eter, 3a310, 30.260, 30.310. Thermometer. 1, 72, 68. Wind, direction SW, 8, S. Velocity, in miles per hour, 1, 6, a Weather, clear, fair, fair. Maximum Thermometer, 73 degrees. Minimum Ther mometer, 51 degrees. Bain-fall, in Inches, . M.TimTTTn Velocity of Wind, 9 miles per hoar. WM. D. WEIGHT, 8ernt. Signal Corps, U. 8. Army. MARRIAGES. CAN FIELD NICHOl SON In Brldgeport,Aag. 12th, George H. Canneld and Miss Carrie I. Nicholson, both of Bridgeport. DEATHS. JONES In this city, Aug. 18th, E. M. Jones, aged 88 years. SCHWENCK In Naugatuck, Aug. 14th, Freddie E., Infant son of E. and It Schwenck, aged 10 months and 19 days. MAREVE L.IST. POST OF NEW HAVEN. Icn'rlu AH RIVED AUGUST 18. Sch Hnmminff Bird. Hill. New YnrV n.ll. to a a Merslck & Co. Sch Baltimore. SatterlT. Hobnfcon. tmn In V V X' IT I. U T II ' ' FOR SATjE. TWO GOOD Second-Hand Double Harnesses, at L. BOSTWICK'S Harness Store. atlI9 2t' Cor. Crown and Orange. liOST. I N THIS CITY, in the neighborhood of Columbus S avenue, about five weeks aao. a French RAvemlriln Paisley SHAWL, of variegated colors, palm leaf style, with silk fringe. A suitable reward will be paid for an!9 2f 408 COLTJMBTJB AVENUE. FOE KENT. 5 ROOMS, three minntes walk from the City tjf:i jiuu-aei. ; poeaeasion bepL. A. lOL S Booms No. 16 Gill street, near Chapel. 6 Rooms No. 8 LewiB street. Fair Haven. 3 Rooms on Congress avenue, near Lafavette street. These tenements are all convenient, and have eras auu water, inquire OI JACOB HAiL.l. an!9 Room No. 1 Yale National Bank Building. Notice to fJontrrafitors. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received for furnish ing material and bnildine a Pile Brida-e 310 feet long over Onlnnipiac River, at Sackett's Point, in the town oi JMortn uaven. Said Proposals will be opened at Llnsley's Hall, in said town, on TuMdav. the 31 nt day of August, A. D., 1880, at 2 o'clock p. m. The Se lectmen will reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Plans can be seen and specifications be had on application 10 eimer oi tne selectmen. ANDREW F. AUSTIN, 1 ROMANTA T. LIN8LEY, i- Selectmen. CHARLES M. TUTTLE, J aul9 8dlw 1TI31 ISliriHI. Elias Strong", Dentist, Set of Teeth. $10. Teeth extracted without pain. All operations warrant ed. Dentists supplied with Gold Foil, Tin Foil. Amalfiram. Rubber. Artificial Teeth. Arc, at manufacturers' prices. Larve Office to rent, wanted, young man to learn dentistry. aul9 COK. CHURCH AND CROWN STS. Tlie Dowries News Co. HAVE received Harper's Monthly.Atlantic Month ly, Appleton's Monthly, Popular Monthly. Dcniareat a Lady's Bazar. Revue de la Mode for Sep tember. Rand & McNallyB and Appleton's Guides for August New line of fine Pacers and Envelopes in boxes. Can suit all as to price. We keep constantly supplied with Seaside and other Libraries. Photograph Frames, Easels, &c For sale by THE DOWNES NEWS COMPANY, au!9 6 Exchange. THE New York Sun FOR THE CAMPAIGN. . Thk Weekly Sun will be found a useful auxiliary by all who are earnestly working for the seform of the National Government. Believing that the evils which have so lone beset the country can be cured only by a change of the party in power,THE Son earn estly supports for President and Vice-President, Han cock and English. In order that all those who sympathize with our purpose may most efficiently co-operate with us, we will send The Weekly Son to clubs, or single sub scribers, postpaid, for twenty-live cents for the next three months. Address THK Iffew YotIc City. P AGENTS WANTED FOR THE ICTORIAL HISTORYoftheWORLD Embracing full and authentic accounts of everv na tion of ancient and modern times, and including a history of the rise and fall of the Greek and Rom an Empires, the middle ages, the crusades, the feudal system, the reformation, the discovery and settlement of the New World, etc., etc. It contains 675- fine historical engravings, and is the most complete History of the World ever publish ed. Send for specimen pages and extra terms to Agents. Address NATIOIVAI. PI BLISHIXG CO. Philadelphia., Pa. AGENTS WANTED to sell the LIFE of lien. JAS. A. GARFIELD. AGENTS WASTED also for the LIFE ot GENERAL HANCOCK. Low price, quick sales, liberal terms. Agents Bell to both parties. Send for circular, or send 50 cents for outfit for one or SI for both books. Address P. W. ZIEGLER & CO., 1,000 Arch St., Phila., Pa. i" if jf LADIES AND STORE-KEEPERS You can get Choice Goods cheap by writing on a Postal for our Price List, which enables you to order toy mail the best way, and eee the many kinds of Merchandise we keep for sale at surprisingly low pri ces. We send samples of JHamburgs, Laces, Ribbons, Fringes, &c, if requested. We sell Wholesale and Re tail for Cash down. A new combination system en ables us to quote very close prices. We have $1, $2 and $5 packages of notions which cannot be bought for twice the money elsewhere, all wanted in every family. Money returned if not satisfactory. HO0GH TON & BUTTON, 65 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. THE BONANZA FOR BOOK AGENTS Is selling our two splendidly illustrated books,Lives of IOlIVCOCK and GARFIELD, the first written by his life-long friend, Hon. J. W. FORNEY, an author of national fame, and an ardent admirer of the 14 superb soldier ;" the second written by his comrade-in-arms and personal friend, Gen. JAS. S. BRISBIN, an author of wide celebrity. Both o fflcial, low-priced, immensely popular, and selling beyond precedent. Agents double profits by selling both. Outfits 60c each. Act quick and coin money. Address Hubbard Bbob., Springfield, Mass. FANCY CARDS (Business or Plain) in sets for collections, or by the 100 or 1,000, for Business and Printers. Samples and Catalogue of 1000 varieties for two 3-cent stamps. Larger lots at 13, 23, 43 and 88 cents. Postage stamps taken at face. Catalogue (without samples) free. F. Trifet, 25 School St., Boston, Mass. TEAR and expenses to agents, tntfree. Address P. O. VICK- 2a M i i Outfit free. Address P. ERY, Augusta, Maine. WANTKD-SUESMES TO TAKE GEN ERAL STATE AGENCIES. Salary and expen ses paid. References required. TRIUMPH M'F'O CO., 11 Monroe street, Chicago. Bonds For Sale. FIRST Mortgage S per eent.Bonds of the New York and New England B. B. Co., due 1905, coupons January and July, exempt from all taxes. BUNKELL & SCRANT0N, Banters and Brokers. Public Auction Sale. ON Thursday morning at 10 o'clock, on the corner of Church and Chapel streets, there will be an auction sale of Wagons of every description, consist ing of Roc ka ways. Buggies, top and open, and other vehicles. An opportunity will be presented te-those desiring Carriages to secure a great bargain, as the sale will positively take place, rain or shine. au!8 2t District of New Haven ss. Probate Court,) August 17th, 1880. ESTATE of GEORGE K. HYDE, late of Orange, in said district, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to WM. W. HYDE, aulS 2dlw Administrator. WE have got thia morning SO baskets selected Yellow Peaches, nice to can, also Grapes and Plums, Watermelons and Citron Melons. Call and gire them a look. Berkele & Curtiss, an!8 lOO Chorda Street. A Hog on Ice -seat ("10ULD not be mora independent .than Hughes, j who offers A barrel of good Flour for $5.60. The same by the bag, 70c Now ia the time to fat up. Splendid Creavmery Battar, 4 poatskde for 61. I tbink X hare the beet class of butter custo mers in New Haven. - My aalea are 60 tube butter per week, and there ia room for more. Best Leliigii Coal Can be bought at my yard at 50c a ton below the com bination prices. It's no use for any dealer to try to sell CoaL Flour or Butter at my prices. I don't allow it, George W. H. Hnghes, IXDEPEISDEIVT DEALER, aulT . ti Chorah Street, News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. PRIZE DRILLING. Knights Templar Com peting at Chicago. NEW JERSEY REPUBLICANS A GoTernor Nominated by Acclamation. CHAIRMAN JEWELL ON HAND No Truth in the Resignation Rumor. THE "WEST. Illinois. The Prize Drill MaaeuTrei of the Com peting ComnaiHterlei -Participants Overcome by the Heat A Lack of Ac commodations. Chicago, Aug. 18. At the Knights Temp lar prize drill to-day the Detroit command ery, which won the prize at Cleveland in 1877, appeared and gave an exhibition drill, but refused to enter the competition. Their movements were almost perfect. . The first commandery to appear in the competition was the Monroe of Rochester. Its move ments were excellent and it was enthusiasti cally cheered. Eminent Commander George F. Loder immediately after the drill suc cumbed to the heat, and considerable effort was necessary to revive him. Superintendent of Police Dixon, of this city, was also over come by the heat. After the Monroe drill came the Reed commandery of Dayton, Ohio, the Roper of Indianapolis, the Damascus of St. Paul, the DeMolia of Louisville, the Do Molia of Grand Rapids (mounted), and the Ivanhoe of St. Louis, also on horseback. The arrangements at the park were not suf ficient for the forty or fifty thousand who went there, and the greater number left be fore the drill was completed, which was not until 5 p. m. The drill committee held a meeting to night and received the report of the judges. At 11 o'clock they gave to the press the fol lowing award of prizes : First prize award ed to the Roper commandery of Indianapo lis, who scored 313 out of a possible 350. The judges considered thirty -five movements, perfection in each being marked 10. The sec ond prize was given to the Demolia com mandery of Louisville, which scored 267; the third prize to the Reed commandery of Dayton, which scored 256, and the fourth prize to the Damascus commandery of St. Paul, which scored 208 2-10. The St. Louis commandery failing to appear, the Demolia of Grand Rapids was the only one competing on horseback, and was awarded a special prize of two guidons and a eold Dugie. xne loilowmg omciai note was insert ed in the report of the committee : Monroe commandery of Rochester, strong in num bers, presenting a generally fine appearance, performing many movements with precision. but failed entirely to comply with the rules and regulations established by the committee to regulate the drill, hence the judges found it impossible to make any score for them. The prizes will be awarded at 11 a. m. to morrow at the camp. The following are the prizes : One grand prize consisting of an ele gant sword and belt for an eminent commander, to be the property of the commandery winning it ; an extra special prize to accompany the first prize, a gold cross valued at $1,000. One grand prize consisting of a iibatun set (25 pieces) quad- ruple plate of fine silver, with the coat-of- arms of the Apollo, Chicago and St. Bernard commanderies, goblets gold-lined, valued at .i(X. Une grant! prize, consisting of a full set of commandery jewels, U pieces, solid silver, finely engraved with the "Er Commander's jewel of gold with dia mond setting. One grand prize, con sisting of a banquet case embracing six dozen pieces or granite, glass and silver ware sumcient to dress a table for seventy- two persons. One grand prize consisting of a set of robes for a red cross council. One special prize for mounted commanderies. consisting of two elegant silk guidons and a finely engraved gold bugle. One special prize for grand commanderies, consisting of a fine gold grand commander's jewel, with diamond, ruby and emerald setting, to be the property of tne grand commandery win ning it. The grand encampment held two sessions to-day, but did nothing of public interest. To-morrow tne triennial on cers will be chosen. The grand pyrotechnic display wnich was to nave tasen place to night was postponed. Colorado. Pierced by a Crowbar. Denver, Aug. 18. At Pueblo, Col., yes terday, Henry Orr, a railroad workman en gaged in driving piles fell against the point of a crowbar, which passed entirelv through his body, killing him instantly. l?OIITICAl.. The Sew Jersey Republicans Petts Nomi nated for Governor by Acclamation. Tbenton, Aug. 18. Amos Clark called the Republican State convention to order at noon. Ex-Judge Hoffman, of Hudson ceun" ty, was made temporary chairman. In his speech on taking the chair ex-Judge Hoffman outlined the history of the Republican party, asserted that the present prosperity of the country is due to its policy, and declared that the demand of to-day is for mnintimidated voters and a pure ballot. His reference to General Garfield elicited enthusiastic ap plause. He said that' the Repmbliean party won fairly four years ago, and any man that doubted it was a f ooL At the end of Judge Hoffman's speech General Kilpatrick appeared at one of the boxes and received mueh applause. He said that he had once hoped tuat at some time and somehow his services to the country, the State and the party would be repaid by his elevation to the Governorship. On the strength of Mr. Potts' assurance that he (Potts) could not be a candidate he had allowed his name to be used. But if he was in the way he had concluded to withdraw from the contest, and he followed the withdrawal with a political speech. After the appointment of the various committees the convention took a recess. After the recess Secretary George M. Robeson was chosen permanent chairman, with a vice president for each county. Nom inations for Governor were then called for and every county named -Frederick A. Potts of Hunterdon county, and there being no opposition he was nominated by acclamation. The following 'Presidential electors were chosen : Electors-at-large, B. Gammere and J. K. Pangbern ; district electors First dis trict, W. E. Potter; Second, E. B. Gruble ; Third, S. Van "Winkle; Fourth, Dewitt C. Blair ; Fifth, George Richards ; Sixth, C. M. Theberoth ; Seventh, G. C. Foffey. A series of resolutions were reported which endorse the Chicago platform, declare for a high pro tective tariff and for biennial sessions of the Legislature. After speeches by ex-Senator Frelinghuysen, General Kilpatrick and others the convention adjourned sine die. Jewell Wot Going to Resign. New Yobk, Aug. 18. For some days past a rumor has been current that Chairman Jew ell of the Republican National Committee was intending to resign from that important po sition. To-day he denied having any such intention and said the story emanated with the newspapers. The committee have not yet decided whether or not to call a conven tion for the nomination of a judge of the Court of Appeals. - The Virginia Rendjautera Confident. Wabhtnotok, Aug. 18. A private letter received here to-day from s prominent Vir ginia Beadjuster states that the cause of the Readjusters is in a most flourishing condition and that there is no doubt bnt they will carry the State by a handsome majority. The de fections from the Readjusters' ranks, it is claimed, is more than balanced by accessions from thefranks of the Funders. THE OIJ WOBlli). Great Britain. A Fenian Scare at Cork DIi ery of a Diabolical Plot. ' TjONTXHf, Ang. 18. The authorities at Cork are in a state of perfect and pitiful consternation in consequence of the discove- ry of a plot to blow up the railway tunnel and the barracks. The military and stabulary are much alarmed, and although the Government officials pretend to make light of the discovery, there is no doubt they are in a state of great alarm and. apprehen sion. Some of the precautions which are taKen are ridiculously aDsura. .even ine newspaper reporters in the discharge of their duties are marched between a file of soldiers and are watched as narrowly as if they were Jb'eman conspirators in disguise. Rt. Hon. William E. Forster, chief secreta ry for Ireland, on receiving news of the plot to blow up the Cork barracks, immediately started for Ireland to confer with the author ities in Cork and institute a thorough investi gation of the outrage. The Rioting in Ireland Redpath Speaks at a Land Meeting. London, Ang. 18. A dispatch from Bel fast says the rioting was resumed to-day and continued unto night. The police charged on both parties repeatedly and many persons were injured. At a land meeting held to-day in Lenore. the principal orator was Mr. Redpath, the correspondent of a New Vork paper. His speech is stated to have been inflammatory and greatly excited the audience. The Evacuation of CabalAn Afghan Coalition Forming, London, Aug. 18. The Viceroy has tele graphed the "War office that the last brigadi of the evacuating British forces has arrived at Gundamuk without a single shot being fired at the rear guard by he tribesmen among the passes. Persons here who well informed as to the topography of Af ghanistan and of the military situation there say that England's only alternative now is to abandon the country altogether as soon as it can be done with safety. The probability of a coalition between Abdur Rahmann and Ayoob Khan to expel the English grows stronger with every fresh batch of news. A dispatch from Gandamuk under date of to-day, the loth, reports tne situation at Ca bul as generally satisfactory. A slight dis turbance had occarred in the city, instigated by some of the lower classes of the popula tion who were unfriendly towards the Eng lish, but it was quickly suppressed. No gathering of the hostile tribes is reported in the direction of Ghuznir. It is not consid ered probable that General Roberts will en counter any of the nostiles or nave any light ing to do north of Khelat-l-uhilzai. A Demand for Coercion in Ireland Glad stone's Health The Liberals Want DifTei-eiit System of Legislation. London, Aug. 18. In order to defend the constabulary estimates from the numerous attacks of the Hom'e Rulers in Parlia ment the Conservatives, under the leadership of Lord Churchill, have decided to induce the Government to renew the coercion acts in Ireland. Premier Gladstone will, it is stated, return to London on Saturday next. His health still causes his physicians much anxiety and they urge him to take atrip by the sea to the Madeiras. A conference of the Liberal electors and delegates representing Liberal associations was held to-night at the 'Westminster Palace Hotel, at which resolutions were passed de nouncing the habitual obstruction of necessa ry reforms by the Lords and squirearchy in Parliament, demanding the abolition of he reditary legislators and the substitution of a senate on the American plan for the present House of Lords. It was decided to organize meetings for an expression of public opinion during the coming recess. The meeting was crowded and enthusiastic. Among those present were Sir John Bennett, Admiral Maxse and other representative radicals. THE NATIONAL. CAPITAL,. Sanitary Regulations Call for an Inter national Conference. Washington, Aug. 18. Secretary Evarts has addressed a circular letter to the minis ters representing the United States at the capitals of the several maritime powers of the world, inviting these powers to send del egates to an international sanitary confer ence as proposed by a joint resolution of CoHgress approved by the President the 14th of May last. The Secretary's letter concludes as follows : 'It is thought by the President that such delegates as may be appointed by the several powers to attend tne proposed conierence should be authorized to conclude, if deemed expedient upon consultation, an international convention m relation to any proper subject for international sanitary regulations to be proposed for the consideration of the govern ments interested. In order that the pro posed conference, if agreed to by the several foreign governments interested, may be held at as early a period as practicable, the 1-resi dent deems it expedient to suggest the 1st of January, 1S81, as a suitable date for the as sembling of the conference in the city of Washington. In the event, however, that the government of should have occasion to prefer a different date for the meeting of the conference, this government will be ready to reconsider the question with a view to an al teration of the date. THE SOUTH. Virginia. A FrisLbtful Spectacle Torn to Pieces in a Cage of Hyenas. Richmond, Aug. 18. On Monday, while Coup's grand circus was parading in Y"in- chester, the keeper of the cage of hyenas was. pounced upon and torn to pieces by the infu riated anil treacherous animals. Tke keeper, who was in the cage at ' the time, had his back slightly turned toward the hyenas, and was looking at the cheering multitude. The spectators fell back aghast when they saw the whole den of hyenas suddenly pounce upon the man, and, throwing him to the floor of the cage, begin to mangle him with their teeth and claws. The keeper, whose name was Dravton, made a desperate attempt to save his life, and, despite his critical posi tion, assumed his usual cool tone of com mand, but the beasts, maddened by the taste of blood, did not heed him. The people who witnessed his brave struggle for life were powerless to help him, as they feared that by opening the door of the cage the hy enas would pounce upon them. At length some of the showmen succeeded in rescuing Drayton, but he was so badly wounded that his life is despaired of. NEW ENGLAND. Massachusetts. The Circuit Races at Springfield. Spbingfieu, Aug. 18. There was a large attendance at Hampden Park to-day to wit- s the second day's races of the Grand Central Trotting Circuit. The first race was the 2:36 class for a purse of $1,000. The first heat was won by Nancy, with Music in the Air second, Vinton third ; time, 2:28. Nancy also took the second heat, with Wil bur F. second and Music in the Air third ; time, 2:2Gi. In the third heat Wilbur F. came in first, Nancy second and Kismet third ; time, 2:25. The fourth heat was also won by Wilbur F., with Kismet second and Nancy third; time, 2:271- The fifth heat and the race was won by Wilbur F., Kismet second and Nancy third ; time, 2:30. was won by Wilbur F., Kismet second and Nancy third ; time 2:30$. The feature of the day was the 2:l class for a purse of $2,000. The first heat was won by Charlie Ford, with Driver second and Hannis third : time 2:20$. Charlie Ford also won the second heat, Hannis coming in second and Driver third ; time 2-19. In the third heat Hannis came in first, with Driver second and Change third ; time 2:11)$. Han nis also won the fourth heat, Charlie Ford coming in second and Driver third; time 2:20J. The fifth heat and the race was won by Hannis, with Charlie Ford second and Driver third ; time 2:19$. Tne next event on the programme was for pacers that nave never beaten z:zz tot a purse of $600. There were only two start ers, Ben Hamilton and Change. It was won by Ben Hamilton in three straight heats ; itme 2:29$, 2:27 and 2:19$. NEW YORK. A Fisherkoy'i Ghaatly Catch. - Cabthaoe, Aug. 18. A boy nsfcskig in the river this morning hauled up the body of a man about thirty years old, supposed to be that of Patrick Milloy. Appearances indi cate that the body has been in the water ten days. Milloy was a mam of intemperate habits. The coroner is holding an inquest. A Sad Caae of Suicide..' Attbtjbn, August 18. Joseph P. Morris, chief engineer of the fire department of this city, committed suicide this niorning. The State Firemen's convention isi in session here, and the principal streets art spanned with evergreen arches, the sidewf lka are nearly covered with smaller archest and the faces of the buildings are promsely decorated with bunting and flags. To-day emblems of mourning will be thickly interspersed. Chief Moms had been exceedingly ner vous for weeks in anticipation of the great gathering of firemen, and his friends have feared that the strain had affected his mind for several days past. He felt the weight of his responsibility so keenly that it unques tionably unbalanced his mind ; and at 2 a. m. he arose and stepped into the closet at his rooms and nearly severed his head from his shoulders with a razor. He was serving his seventh term as chief. He was about 38 years old and unusually popular. The com mittee of arrangements has decided to go on with the celebration, as many companies are on tneir way nitner. Wild Steers and Agile Torreros Bur lesque on the Genuine Spanish Bull Fight. New York, Aug. 18. The Spanish bull fight announced to take place to-dayln Cen tral Park arena terminated, like its predeces sor of a few weeks ago, in a ridiculous farce. Before the spectacle began the city marshal seized the arena tinder a dispossess warrant, turned every living creature except the Texas steers out of the building and locked the door. Finally the projector of the scheme paid the month's rent due, whereupon the place was attached by the deputy sheriff, but he kindly consented to let the nnsanguinary conflict proceed provided Bergh did not inter fere. Bergh was there and appeared delighted with the playfulness and amiability of the animals. About 150 spectators were present. including deadheads from the sheriffs and niarsnal s omces. The torreros, clad in gor geous attire, stalked into the arena, the band struck up a lively air and a Texas bovine was let loose. He charged on a torrero, who quicKiy scaled the fence (American style). The brute followed and Senor Paz, the man ager, happening to be in the way, started for mm, out tne benor scrambled to a place safety. Seven steers were brought in succes sion upon the held, and occasionally to re lieve the monotony a rosette would be placed oy a torrero upon the creature s forehead jone of the animals showed an excessive quality of viciousness.but the torreros showed remarkable agility in climbing the fence to avoid being tossed. The principal feature of tne anair was its absurdity as a bull light. PENNSYLVANIA. Stoned to Death Unprovoked Murder by a Mob A Crime That Calls Loudly for Vengeance. xTttsbueo, Aug. 18. An unknown man was murdered by a mob on Monday last at Agnew Station, on the Pittsburg and Fort Wayne road, about twenty miles from this city. A Mrs. Rhoder owns a farm beside the railroad. She has a number of grapevines, some of which project beyond her fence. Tramps and others have been stealing grapes jn this neighborhood lately, and the farmers have threatened to shoot any marauders who are detected. Yesterday at noon a man about forty years old, dressed in a black suit, black felt hat, navy blue shirt, and who was quite respectable looking, took a bunch of grapes from Mrs. Rhoder's vine as he stood in the road. On seeing him Mrs. Rhoder shouted to him to leave, which he proceeded to do, making toward the river, which is just below. Mrs. Rhoder at the same time start ed her boy and a dog after the fleeing man. She then ran to the gang of section railroad men who were eating their dinner near by. told them of the theft and asked them to give chase. These section men work under John Holland. Merriman, Baltz, Martin, Luster and several others started in pursuit. In the meantime the dog and the boy had chased the unknown man into the river, when the dog, satisfied with his work, retired from the scene. The man came out of the water again and ' was about to proceed down the river beach when the section men came in view and some of them commenced throwing stones at him. tie was forced to take to the water again, as the missiles were thrown from every direc tion on the beach. He went out and began to swim toward the opposite shore, the volley of stones never ceasing, but he almost imme diately turned back and waded toward his as sailants until it was only waist deep. There he pleaded for a cessation of hostilities, Bay. ing he was suffering. It is supposed he had been hit with the stones while m the water, and felt that he would not be able to swim to the other shore. But there was no mercy for him. The terrible fusilade of stones rer ceased. The man, then growing desperate, tarried for an instant, en deavoring to pull off his shoes, which clogged him badly in swimming. He only succeeded in removing one, when the at tack had become so hot that he could remain no longer, and he struck out for Neville Island. His first - few strokes were vigorous, and he sped through the water with the neatness and quickness of a good swimmer. He had not, however, gone far wnen ne suddenly cried : "Help me Save me ! " He cried trice, and then sank. He came up again, but probably could not speak, as no sound came from him. He then went down again. A second time the body rose to the surface and floated on its back for a short distance, when it went dowa the third time and was seen no moro. The body has not been found. The indignation against the murderers of the poor fellow is running nigh, and the authorities will cause an inves tigation. The affair was witnessed by large number of persons who were not near enough to protect the man or save his life. Attempted Poisoning by a Domestic. Philadelphia, Aug. 18. Agnes C. Riddle, aged fourteen years, a servant in the em ployment of John J. Mncy, a provision dealer, was arrested last night upon the charge of poisoning Mrs. Macy and two male boarders bv placing oxalic acid in their cof fee. Physicians succeeded in counteracting the effects of the acid, but Mrs. Macy suf fered internally. The girl denies the crime, but admits having bought oxalic acid at a neighboring store. THE NEW DOMINION. Crashed by a Revolving Shaft Belt. Lacexle, Aug. 18. Yesterday Fred. Pa- quette, employed in the manufactory of A. Force & Co., got caught by the arm in a belt which ran over a horizontal shaft. The shaft was in rapid motion, and before the machin ery could be stopped Paquette was literally jammed and crushed to death against the flooring and stone wall. A Peacemaker's Stomach Ripped Open. Halifax. Aug. 18. A report comes from Bridgetown, N. S., of a dastardly murder. William McLean, foreman of an iron foundry, who attempted to quell a disturbance, was pounced on by a negro named Mitchell and his stomach ripped open by a large slaughter house knife. He died to-day from the wound. Mitchell took to the woods, but hundreds are searching for him in every di rection. If caught lynching is feared. An Oarsman Who Had Ilnck. Halifax, Aug. 18. The three mile single scull race between P. H. Conley, of Portland, Me., and John McKay, of Halifax, for f 1,000, came off on Bedford Basin to-day, and was won by Conley in 22:25. McKay was ten seconds later. McKay had been laid up the past ten days with an ulcerated jaw, prevent ing any practice, and the race had been post poned from last Tuesday. He appeared on the course with the whole side of his face swollen, unfit to be out of bed. The swell ing broke while the race was going on, weak ening him greatly. FIKE EECOBD. Burned Woolen Mills. Newcastle, Ont., Aug. 18. The Newcastle Woolen mills were burned to-day. Loss $50,- WX) ; insured for $20,000 in the Western, itttna, Dominion and .British America. A Varnish Factory Burned. Bbooklyn, Aug. 18. At 5:30 o'clock this morning a fire broke out among some barrels in the yard of the varnish factorypf Moller and Schurmann, at the corner of Marcy and Flushing avenues. The flames quickly com municated to the factory, and before they could be extinguished a loss of $12,000 was caused. The fire is supposed to have riginated from spontaneous combustion. There is an insurance on the factory of $30,- ooo. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. New York, Aug. 18. Arrived, the Scythia and City of London from Liverpool, the Amerique from Havre. Sailed, the Algeria for Liverpool, the Australia for London, the P. C aland for Rotterdam and the Pereire for Havre. Antwerp Arrived, the Humbert from New York. Glasgow Arrived, the Canadian from Montreal. T.ivernool Arrived, the Parthia andtgypt from New York, the Illinois from Philadel phia, the Rossini from Baltimore. xtotteraam sauwi, tun jxiaao won jlwji Southampton Arrived, the Main from New York for Bremea. - TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. in The rains have ruined the east and west Prussia. crops both A famine appears certain in Silesia unless the Government assists the inhabitants, Two children named E. Vagrant and Wil lie Hope bravely rescued two men from drowning Tnesday at Toronto. Countess de Fills, who has been on trial Paris for throwing vitriol over her husband mistress, has been acquitted. The New York Greenbackers yesterday nominated Thomas C. Armstrong,of Clinton, tor judge ot tne (jourt ot Appeals. Base ball yesterday : At Brooklyn, Roches- ters 6, Unions 3 ; at Cincinnati, Providence 5, Cincinnatis 2 ; at Chicago, Chicagos Bostons 1. A considerable wind storm blew over Louis ville yesterday afternoon, unroofing some houses and doing considerable damage. part of the roof of Finsers Bros', large tobac co manufactory was blown off. A brutal assault was committed Tuesday night at Toronto on Helen Sweeney by her husband. He struck her on the head with hatchet, inflicting a terrible wound. The woman lies in a miserable hovel, unattended and in a precarious condition. Wallace Ross left St. John, N. B., y ester- day for Portland, Me., where he intends re maining a while. He will then proceed to New York, and a fortnight later to England. He expects to be present at the Hainan- Trickett race, and may try to get on a race witn tne winner. FINANCE AND TRADE. Special Correspondence of Jouknal and Courier. af sni 11. XIAIU Ob Bankers and brokers, 17 Wall street, Tnn XT Ti.vt. ft. n HEW XOKK, AUg. its losu. This has been another dies non in Wall street, the various markets being extremely dull. Speculative stocks showed little animation, though the tone of the market was toward higher prices, with the anthra cite properties leading on a majority of the business doing. The Bond Market was dull and strong. The Dis trict of Columbia 3-65s advanced to par and reacted to Iq State bonds Missouri sizes of 1889 sold at 110. In railroad bonds the transactions were small, and prices were without material change, except in few instances. Government bonds closed as follows 1880s, reg 1880s, coup New 4s, reg 110 New 4a, coup 109?i lBHis, reg. .104?- Currency 6s 126 1881s, coupon 104 New 5s, reg 102 Union Pacino, lst...H21T. Land Grants 115 ftflww, coupon 1U23 sluicing i unas vim New4s, reg 110V Central Pacific 112X aow coup iix i'acmc ob oi yo Stocks closed as follows : A. ft P. Telegraph ... 45 Arizona Central..... Am. Dist. Tel 75 Boston W. P - Bur. ft Ced. Rapids. . 9 Boston Air Line, p. . Chicago, Bur. A Q...129V Chicago and Alton.. 116 do. pref 130 Central Paciflo 77 C. C. ft L. 72 C. C. ft I. C 17a' Canada Southern.... 63 Caribou - Ches ft Ohio 19 do. 2d pref. . . do. 1st pref.. Canton Michigan Central . . . 95 V juiiwauKee i. I'aui py do. pref. ..Ill' Morris ft Essex 108 Mar. ft Cin. 1st pref. S!ar. ft Cin. 2d pref. Mobile ft Ohio 22, Metropolitan 92 Manhattan 29 Aortn iacmc iti do. pref 55 Nash ft Chat 71 Northwestern 120 ao pro i N. J. Central 76 V N Y. C. ft Hudson.. 133 V IN. x., u. ft xx.. Ontario ft WeBt Ohio Central Denrer ft Bio G... . Del., Lack, ft West. 69' 87 Ohio ft Miss 34 V Del ft Hudson 82 Deadwood - Erie 3d consols Erie 41' Erie pref 71 Excelsior Mining. ... Elevated 112 Fort Wayne Hart, ft Erie, 1st.... do, 2d. Hsrlem 200 Han. ft St. Jo 8 do. pref 81 Romestake Houston ft Texas 63 ao. prei it Ontario Silver Peoria D.ftE. pfd.... Panama Pittsburg 120 Pacific Mail 42 Quicksilver 14 do. pref. . . 52V Koctc iBiana 114 Reading 24., St. Louis ft Han Frn. 36 San Francisco pref... 4G,V ban i:Tan. ist prex. . . St. Paul, ft O. M 44V Standard Silver Cliff Illinois Central 110',' Iron Mountain 56 V Sutro 1 Jersey Terre Haute do. pref.... Kansas ft Texas Little Pittsburg - Louis ft N. Albany.. Louisville ft Nash. . . 129 Union Pacific 94V Wab., St. Louis ft P. . 41 do. pref. . . 72 Lake Shore 108,V Western Union. 106; i-Ako irie & west... do. pref Bid. EXPRESS STOCKS. Adams . .116 Wells, Fargo 110 American . . 68 United States 48 IVew York Produce Market. New York, Aug. 18. FLOUR Dull, weak and unchanged. Southern flour easier and slow. WHEAT Opened a shade lower, but subsequently the decline was recovered and the market closed slightly higher for red. Spot sales of No. 2 red at f 1 07?ial 08 : No. 1 do. at il 10 V. and fl 09 for o. white : xno. 2 red. Aug.. sold at si U7 : jno. wmto, Auk., quoted at $1 OSVal 08V : do. Sept., at $1 06V al 07, and Mo. 2 red, Sept., at fl OTjai 08. uu-Kis upenea lainy active ana sngntiy nigm cloBine stroiur and at an advance of K to H. per cent, spot sales at 4a493f ror uneraaea, ana twwu zor jno. 2 do. ; No. 2, Aug., quoted at 49ai9,V, and do. Sept. COHsaSlii. uax strong out quiet, spot saies at itoajyv; ior mixed : 3a4U zor Jo. 1 white : jmo- 'a &ept. gom at 35 V- Jt'UKii. nigner : Aug. f.io 7oait uu : Kept., aio voa 16 00 ; Oct., f 15 45al5 '.'.- LARD Higher and in demand : Aug. S3 lOaS 15 Sept. sold at iS 12V&8 13 ; Oct. $8 22V&8 26. KYK-Nominal. BARLEY Nominal. CUT MEATS In moderate demand ; pickled hams. lOVftH; do. shoulders, 7. UJhJhF Uulet and unchaneeo. WHISKY Dull and nominal, nothing doing for Dot. uu rivfl uuiet ana nrm : miaiana ii w-ii; iuiures tmnff. PETKOLKUM was firmer; was ma nere ana out of town for refined : united sold at 88 . BUTTER Operations have been quite active at somewhat irrecrular prices, creamery, finest, anatic.. irnod to tirimft. 23&24 : do. fair to eood. 22a23c: State, choice, 23 ; do. fair to prime, 20a21c : State pails and tubs, choice, at 23a24: do. eood to prime at21a22 : do. fair to a-ood. 20a22 : State Welsh, tubs . prime, 22a 2Se. ; do. fair to eood. 19a20 : Western dairy, fresh. extra, 20a21c ; do. good to prime, 1 Ha 20c. ; do. fair to good, 17al8c ; western factory.fine, 18al9c. ; do. good to prime, leaievc-: do. fair to good, laaib. L.OCAL NEWS. Shore Notes. Connecticut Rot-It's Plenty Tlie Grays Par&fle. Connecticut Rock Lodge, F. Jt A. M. , had its annual picnic yesterday at Kailroad Grove, Savin Bock. There was a party of from 250 to 300 in all. The weather was all that could be desired and a pleasant feature of the oc casion was the presence of Fast Masters John Buff, Paul Weil, F. -Schollhorn, Chas. Wanner, F. Schussler, Oswald Baehr and the present incumbent, Joseph Yolkmann. A large picnic from St. John's B. C. church of this city visit the shore to-day. The Grays have their fall parade at the shore to-morrow. They spend the morning in company drill and the school of the bat talion. At noon they take dinner at the Sea View House. The afternoon will be spent at the range on the meadows in practice at 200 and 500 yards. At about 5 o'clock they march to the Sea View House, where they will be ioined bv the American band. A con cert in front of the house will be given by the band. After that the company and band return in the horse cars as far as Fortsea Btreet, from which point they make a parade through Howard avenue, furK ana (Jnapel streets to thermory. Southingtori Soldiers' Monument, A Gala Davy 1 the Town A Notable Oc casion. The soldiers' monument was dedicated yes terday. The work is one worthy of the patri otic spirit the town exhibited in the war and the liberality of its citizens. The weather was all that could be desired. The town was alive and gay. Flags were flying everywhere and many residences and stores were finely decorated. A long line of flags was stretched from the belfry of the Congregational church across the park to the residence of L. C. Strickland. All the trains brought accessions to the display either in organizations or other visitors. Delegations of the G. A. B. arrived from various places. The down train brought Governor Andrews and staff, General Hawley and many others. On the same train were the military of New Britain and G. A. B. They were met at the station by the local G. A. B., with the Flantsville band and Wolcott drum corps. A line of march was formed, and the arrivals were escorted to the Center, where the exercises began. There was first music by the Flantsville band, followed by prayer. The "Star Span, gled Banner" was sung by the "Harmonic So. ciety. " The presentation of the monument to the town by the chairman of the commit tee, O. W. Stow, followed. Then there was mnslo, "Festival Hymn," by Dudley Buck, the oration by General J. . B. Hawley, fol lowed by singing by the G. A. B. "Amer ica" was song by the entire audience. Cap tain Kinney, of Hartford, and others made a few remarks and this finished the exercises. The collation was ample for all. In the even ing the Flantsville band gave a grand concert on the Green, Great praise is given the townspeople for their liberal provision for the collation. It was served in the Town Hall. Tables were set for 700. The tables groaned with an abundance of eatables and looked temptingly enough for the onslaught. The local clergy lent their help for the arrangements and eve rywhere the citizens entered heartily into the occasion. General flawley made one of his ringing, eloquent speeches and was warmly applauded. Black and Coloreil SILKS All in want of good quali ty nntl reliable makes of Silks know where to find one of the largest stocks in the city, all at satisfactory prices. WILCOX & CO, 345 and -249 Chapel St., L.yon Building:. a dtf oamw Wmds. An Experienced Teacher OF High and Grammar Schoobi wishes a few vate pupils. M. P. DICKEY. A. St.. pri- anm 3t 123 Ward Street, New Haven. SITUATION WANTED, BY A respectable girl in a private family to do gen eral housework or second work ; two years ref erence from last place. Inquire at aul9 It 7 WASHINGTON STREET. WAITED, J&k BOARD, Room and Bedroom for gentleman and wife ; location below Cliurch street. Ad dress, with particulars, TERRif," &n!9 It this office. SITUATION WANTED, BY A capable girl to do second work in a private family ; good recommendations if required. Apply at aul9 It 15 DAGGETT STREET. WANTED, rilWO GOOD solicitors who are familiar with Pm I flentfal lnnarat.ee. Salary guaranteed to good men. All communications strictly confidential. Address u!9 It P. O. BOX 482. WANTED, AN experienced Engraver on iron one used to clock cases preferred. Also Strlner and Gilder for same. Apply up stairs at aul9 It 205 WOOSTER STREET. Wanted Canvassers. A FEW YOUNG men to travel and sell a small ar ticle on Balary ; none but those that are used to canvassing need apply ; good recommendations re quired. J. F. DWINEIX. ani it' Koom 36 Austin House. SITUATION WANTED, AS salesman, or traveling agent on commission or regular salsry, by an old experienced salesman in saddlery or hardware, or most any saleable article. and who can give good security. Call on or address IdliJNKX A. MUI-.I-Klt, au!9 3t 216 State Street, New Haven, Ct. WANTED, mTWO OR THREE Rooms on second floor, with board, for three adults and one child, within 6 or 10 minutes walk of the postofnee. address P.,' Box 40, Oity. au!8 2t WATED-An energetic, capable, and trust worthy Agent, to procure from banks, bank ers, merchants and manufacturers in New Haven and vicinity, legal claims against parties in N ew York estate for collection. Compensation a percentage on collections. References given and required. Address, for particulars, P. O. Box 4,OOG, Now York City. aui eou.it Bookkeeper Wanted. ONE thoroughly comietent to take charge of tho books of a wholesale house. Address, in own handwriting, with references, ' X. Y. Z.," an 17 eouJt" New Haven Poet office. Wanted to Buy, a Horse. fti uaj. jbc sound, jtma ana gentle, a good roadster, and heavy enough for beach wag on or buggy. MIUU8 FRAN K, aul4 tf 327 Chapel Street. Wanted Immediately, Cl OOD laundresses, cooks, waiter girls, kitchen X girls and diBh washers, 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, anil lm 191 Meadow Street. wanted: A GOOD Blacksmith and a young man to maks bolts. Apply immediately. OLINTONVILLE AGI. WORKS, a6 tf Korthford Station, Air Line R, R. Gaudefrov's Emnlovnient Office. PROPRIETORS and managers of seashore or any other summer resort establishments, and also private families, will And competent cooks, laundress es, waitresses, chambermaids, nurses and kitchen helpers, at GAUDEFROY'S Employment Office, 33tf Orange Street. No pains are spared to give satisfac tion to any who apply at my office. Jet WANTED fllO buy, a lot of second-hand Furniture and Car JB. pets. Highest cash price paid. Orders by mail promptly attended4o, at WANTED. 2.O00 CLOTHES WRINGERS to repair. CARPET Sweepers, Fluting Machlnes,Richard8on's Original Little Washer, The Excelsior and Wel come Bench Wringers. Wringers of all kinds sold for cash, or on weekly installments, at the Basket and House .viirnisning tstore ot uj&uiiuis JJ. lamb, tna Wringer Man, 199 Chapel street. Call and see the laree variety of Beautiful Granite and Iron Ware Tea and Coffee Pots. ma9 d&w Amusements. HARTFORD RAGES! CHARTER OAK PARK, AUGUST 24, 25, 26 and 27, 1880. PREMIUMS of $19,000.00. 12 O ENTRIES. FIVE RACES EACH DAY. Trotting, Racing and Running. ST. JULIEN, HOPEFUL, SOKREL DAN, TlilNKET, MATTIE HUNTEK, ROWDY BOY, And all the other Celebrated Trotters and Pacers. For particulars, Bee programmes and small bffls. BURDETT LOOMIS, Secretary. NEW HAVEN OPERA HOUSE. Saturday Matinee at 2 o'clock. AND Saturday Evening, August 21st. An Absolute New Departure. JAY RIAL'S MAMMOTH HUMPTY DUMPTY Awn Transatlantic Novelty Combination! Everything" New and Novel! ADMISSION 5 CENTS. RESERVED SEATS ...3S CENTS. Seats for sale at LoomiB' Temple of Music Thursday morning. Bee small billB and posters. aul8 4t GRAND EXCURSION The Elegant and Commodious Steamer, fXiM CITY, FRED. J. PECK, Commander, Will leave Now Haven on Friday, Auicuat 7tn, lXHO.at 11 p. m., ar riving at Aewport early on Saturday morning, giving ample opportunity to visit Eocky Point. Leave Newport at 3 p.m., and arriving at Oak Bluffs at 7 p. m,, in time to see tne GrsLitd ilia mf nation Of the moat remarkable Cottage City in the world. will leave Oak Bluffs fcranday at e p. m., ana reacning New Haven Monday morning in time for the early trains. Only one day from business. Fare for tke Round Trip $3.0O Staterooms, $4 and $5. according to location. Berths in Ladies' Cabin, 60c Ho charge for berths in Lower Cabin. Meals served on board at moderate prices. The sale of tickets and staterooms will commence Monday, Ang. 33d, at 9 a. m. Tickets and information furnished by J. R. Rnick- oldt, at the offloe of Feck fc Bishop, 219 Chapel street, new naven, ixmn. auiw iv n za ao nimble Islands and Lighthouse Point. On and sifter Jnly 5tn THE STEAMER IVERNIA :'rsjfc will leave Fair Haven at 8:30 a. m., gETZZ Belle Dock at 9:15 a.m.. Starin Pl.r at 9:45 a. ml Leave Belle Dock at 1:45 p. m. and Starin Dock at 2 p. m. Returning from Thimble Islands at VI in. and fi p. m. Fare to Thimble Island, 25c ; Lighthouse Point, 10c ; Bound Trip, 60c JeXt Urn Hothouse tlranes. WE SHALL commenoe the sale of Hothouse Grapes on Mondav next. 2th Inst. The price will be moderata. Ia baskets of four pounds each. tTik & Hi Hitl.li Wfl.