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VOL. XLYin. Sept. 7, 1880. : Special Stote. mm ; Will Open During the Week Xoveliies in Iross floods, llkSj.YelvetsniMl Plushes and all the new fabrics and designs, which for Qualities and Styles cannot foe excelled. A visit . of inspection is solicited. ' New Kid Gloves. Harris' Kids reduced 35c. . Kid Glove at Novelties in Laces, Fichus, JHonsoo & se7 I Always o TO FURNISH GOOD GO P 1 14 Clinrch St., CSlebc Building. Respectfully, 145 lyong lVharf. Dyeing-Cleaning ' OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Laoea and Lace Curtains, Window Shades and Damask pets, Crumb Clothe and Bugs, Silks anp Silk Dresses, Braids, Feathers, Ribbons, Kid Gloves, lie. Crapes and Laundrying of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, Counterpanes, Pillow Shams, etc., eta Everything guar anteed flrst-claas. Sole proprietor for the State of Connecticut of the celebrated Troy Patent Machine for 1 a nn drying collars and cuffs. EL.9I CITY DYE WORKS 360 and 178 tn2 Patent Excelsior The Strongest in the World, For Sale Only at 35 333 Chapel Street. All other kinds In great variety, including Traveling and Shopping Bags. jy2! a The Magcc Open Orate ! This Low Down Grate Is proving a. re mack able success. Beautiful, Economi cal, a Powerful Heater. Brownson & Plumb, NO. 313 CIIAI'EL STREET. au21 s '' Carpets. Body Brussels Carpets, Tapestry Brussels Carpets Ingrain Carpets, In the best quality and Handsome Designs at the Lowest Possible Prices. Window Shades in all col ors. Best Spring Shade Fix tures. Antique Lace Curtains. Tambour Lace Curtains. Black Walnut Cornices. Black Walnut and Gilt Cornice Poles. Competent upholsterers to measure, make and fit car pets. Best workmen to hang Shades and Curtains. E W. Foster, 72 ORANGE STREET au!4 stf PORTER G. HULL 1 against V ORDER OF NOTICE. ASBURY HILL et als. 1 Mate of Connecticut) New Haven. Aug. 27th, 1830. New Haven County UPON the complaint of PORTER G. HULL, pray ing for reason therein set forth a foreclosure of a certain mortgage from Asbury Hill mnd Amelia Hill brought to the Court of Common Pleas for New Haven County to be holden at New Haven in and for said County on the first Monday of September, 1880, to wit : to said Court to be holden on the 20th day of September, 1B60. It appearing to and being found by the subscribing authority that said complaint relates to certain real estate In which the-heirs, creditors and legal representatives of Amelia Hill, late of said New Haven, deceased, claim or may claim an interest, and that such persons ought to be made parties to said complaint, pursuant to the Statute In such cases made and provided, and that the names and residen ces of such persons are to the plaintiff unknown. Therefore ordered that the notice of the pendency of this oomplaint be given by publishing this order of notice in the Journal Coubucb, a newspaper printed in New Haven for one week commencing on or bor. the 6th day ol 6epmber W80.Ni Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for New -Haven County. The foregoing is etrue copy of the original order of notice. Attest, . JOSEPH H. KEEFE. si et - Deputy Sheriff. - Hothouse Grapes For Sale "J N AN X quantity. Apply to gardener at V MiT.T.TT.VTt sltf West Chapel street. Win- iL Wright, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ROOMS NOS. O TO O, No. 153 Church St., cor. of Conrt. myw , .- INVESTMENT SECURITIES KoUglit and Sold. SAMUEL H. BAKROWft Tale National Bank Building, so 2d Floor, "" n ttt tr r et 111 II 0 1 II VI f h i n si 'tin if" ;';. CAREITER per pair, giving a first-class a low price. . Bows and Ribbons. Carpenter, 244 and 246 Chapel Street. Ready 1-3 tea TOWNSEKD & BR1GGS. P andLaundrying Curtains, Muslin, Rep and Brocateile Curtains, Car Merino, Cashmere and Poplin Dresses, Fringes, Gimps, Crape Yells, Gents' Coats, Pants and Teste. AND STEAM LAUNDRYj Chapel Street, THOMAS FORSYTH. Summer Resorts. FORBES HOUSE, Morris Cove - - - South Haven. THIS well known house is open for the season, and being very pleasantly situated .on the shore, these desiring board can be ao- commoaatea at very reasonaDie races, we make a specialty of Dinners and Suppers, which will be served at short notice. Orders by telephone received- stages connect wun cue House and trains je3tf B. A. BUELL. Proprietor. )atek . Revere House, BOSTON, MASS., REDUCTION IN PRICE ! $2.50 to $3.00 per Day. Notwithstanding the redaction in price, the hitherto unrivaled excellence of the table will be strictly maintained. CHA. B. FERRIS, o2 eodly Proprietor. FALL TRADE, 1880. Our Store will be open Every Evening until O p. m STOVE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Sole Agents for Boynton's Furnaces and Ranges. E. Arnold & Co., 336 and 340 State Street. FOB SALE, ONE Second-Hand Coupe Kockaway. One " " Extension Top Cabriolet. " " " Top Side Bar Wagon. " ' No-top Bide Bar Wagon. Top Side Spring Wagon. " No-top Bide Spring Wagon. Three " Top Phaetons. All in good order and' will be sold cheap to close them out. BBOCKETT i TUTTLE, au28 tf 91 Ooffe Street. Sleeve Buttons, ' Collars, Studs, AND SCARF PINS ! The largest stock in the city sold at about one-half the usual price. THE NEW HAVEN SHIRT COMPANY, 335 Chapel Street: Carpets. An elegant.display of New and Beautiful Designs from the celebrated' establish ment ot XV. & J. SLOANE, New York, for whose goodsn n depot in New Haven has been established by ! ROBERT N. SEARLES, G. Ol ORANGE HTREET. an9 tf HAKE NO MISTAKE! IF you want Nice Flour aad Butter at bottom prices, always go to 80 Crown street. We sell the choicest York State Butter at from 2o to 5e per lb. less than any other dealer. Table Butter.aoo per lb. Nice Family Flour, 80c per bag. Splendid New Process Flour, $1.04 per bag. Those Eggs from Orange are always nice Good Teas 30c per lb., worth 40c. 3 pound boxes Starch, only Ho. Corn Starch, 9c per pound package. New Haven Flour and Butter Store, OO Crown Street, s (A few doors below Church Street.) First of the Season ! We are now in receipt of new Canned Tomatoes from the cele brated Guilford Canning: Co. The trade supplied at lowest market price for first quality packing:. J. D. DEWELL, & CO., Wholesale Agents, 1 ' Nos. 233 to 239 State Street St Patterns and Models. HATIN8 remoVed to 27 Artisan Street, where I haveSjompetent workmen and lnui eased room and machinery, my facilities far making PATTERNS AND MODKLM of wood or metal are not surpassed In the State. Drawings furnished and experimental ma chinery made to order. Geo. D. Lambert, au24 TuTaSa3m . Hew HaTes, C. S2aG a VCrW- l AlfVttls. OttlH mut $25 S Ciwn wr. For terms sa dresa, J 'sh4 Cm H.lmi.Mo. Miss Daggett's - Scnoo . FOR VOIKO LADIES, i .- WILL open THURSDAY, SEPT. 18th, at her real. dence, 530 Chapel Street.' - - - see lot Colbate and Commercial InstiMi Preparatory to College or uusmess. ESSIOS OPENS 8EPTEBBXR lQUl CIBCULABS at the Bookstores, or apply to WM. H. EUSSBLIi. set lot Wooster Plaoa. Private Instruction. THE subscriber proposes to giro private instruc tion to young ladies and gentlemen at his resi dence, No. 28 Trumbull street. In all the studies preparatory for business, or for any department of tne uniTersiry. i,ensons to young laaies win oe given at their residences if preferred. For terms and other percicujara apply o DllXiSA rnanun, New Haven, Sept. 1, 1880. se4 eod2m Miss Orton and Miss Nichols, STJCCE8SOBS TO The Misses Edwards. XMTtLX reopen Sept. 20th their School for Young TT ladies and Children. For circulars and fur ther informatien, apply to the Principal, at S3 lm 67 ELM BTBBET. Miss Mall's School WILL reopen Monday, Sept. 13th, at No. 9 paLladiumbuiixkno, si tf 95 Orange Street. SCHOOL. NEW GBAMMAB SCHOOL. (MR. OlLE'g.) mHE Fall Term besins Mondav. Sent. 13th. 1880. 1 Thorough instruction, wholesome discipline, moderate expense. For f nforniat ion.eajl at the SchooL auw 'Jwaftw 1 ininranee uuiiqing. Miss Stevenson's School T7"0R Misses and Children. , The Fall Term begins X1 Tuesday, Sept. 14th. an31 lOt 113 WOOSTER STREET. miSS MILLS' SCHOOL FOB MISSES AND CHILDREN, 105 HIGH STREET. School year opens on Wednesday, September 16th. auau ll . . Mrs. Pardee and Dauer liter WILL reopen their School Monday, Sept. 13th, at 129 Collene street, comer of WalL Latin. -French and Drawing included in tuition. au28 Fit MISS NOTTS ENGLISH and French Family and Day Sohool for Young Ladies, 33 Wall Street, New Haven, Conn. The 8th year begins Sept. 21t Circulars sent upon ap plication ana? a Hopkins Grammar School. Preparatory to Yale College. Fall Term Opens Thursday, Sept 16. CIRCULARS at bookstores of H. H. Peck and T. H. V Pease. Apply in person alter sept, v to W. J,. CTJSHIire; JyStsW RECTOR. Classical School for Girls. The Elderage, 136 Sherman At. THE course of study in Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Zepartments meets all demands for the hitrher education of women. The Principals bars secured the services of Hiss E. P. Cashing, agraduats of Smith College, who will give special attention to nning pupils lor vassar, weuesieyor amitn fjouege. A limited number of boarders received. Fall session opens Sept. 15. t je& tr is. v. ana . j. iTinoipais. $eal Estate. TO RENT. THE OFFICE and Rooms recently occntued by Dr. s. Henry uronson, lj i;napel street. A desirable location for a physician or dentist. Apply to . u. i-uiiOjjps, S3 tr uiepe Jtnuomg. Manufacturers, Attention. TO RENT tA BUILDING situated In this city, having about 15,000 square feet of floors, will be rent ed on favorable terms for a term of years. Ap ply at ftfe Chapel street, uoom i. si eoaim w. a. wiiei&ljsk. B. C. LAKE, Auctionsbb, LWIIX SEZX to the highest bidder without reserve on Wednesday, 8eptember 8, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the premises. No. 320 Con gress avenue, all of the following described property : First House and lot No. 320 Congress avenue, oorner oi Stevens- Auey. ixt i leet Dy tJongress avenue, &4 feet on Stevens' Alley, south 11. feet, east 8 feet, more or less. Second House and lot next east, No. 322, 20 feet front on Congress avenue, east 85 feet, south 23 feet, west 88 feet. Third Lot with barn and harness shop, Congress avenue near cedar street, &u reet nortn on txn gress avenue, east 72 feet, more or less, south 74 feet, west 87 feet, more or less. Fourth House No. 24 Gilbert street. North on Gil bert street 30 feet, west 80 feet, south 30 feet, east 80 feet. Ifth House and lot No. 45 Winthrop avenue. Lot 30x117 feet. Sixth House and lot No. 47 Winthrop avenue. Lot 28x117 feet. Seventh House and lot oorner Winchester avenue and Bassett street. Lot 50x140. Eighth House and lot No. 25 Edwards street (Ham den). Lot 40x125. Ninth House and lot No 15 Edwards street (Hamden). Lot 40x125. Tenth Lot on Springfield street. 30x120. Eleventh Lot on Jewell street, about 300 feet east of Whallev avenue. 60x170. Twelfth Lot on Stevens street, about 400 feet south of sylvan avenue, ooxii i. All of the above property will be sold at 320 Con gress avenue. Terms : 10 per cent day of sale, 15 per cent on the 20th day of September, 1880. 75 per cent, on mort gage at 6 per cent. For particulars apply to a. u. iaA.xi.Js, .auctioneer, acp3 5t 65 Church Street. FOR RENT, t THREE ROOMS fitted up with modern con veniences on Park street ; warmed with steam if desired. Also for rent a Barn supplied with ty water. - A. wnKltUil, si 115 Park Street. FOR RENT, iQS THE FIRST FLOOR of No. 8 University Place. Possession given immediately. Apply jJjto S. GREEN, au31 tf A l l uixweii Avenue. FOR SALE, A HOUSE AND LOT on Dixwell avenue. jn jf House is large and has all the modern lmprove- f 111CUIA A AMgo alU UDUUlKWi am feet front an J is well stocked with fruit. The prop erty will be sold for $6,000, very cheap. au26 337 Chapel Street. FOR SALE, W THE Homestead of the late Charles Hurd, I Cheshire. Conn. Lot 115 feet front 274 feat U deep. Two-story dwellins. within S minutes walk of depot, public school and post office. Within 15 minutes walk of Episcopal academy and Cheshire Center. Well supplied with fruit. Will be sold rea sonable. Apply to F. HURD, care W. h W. Mfg. Co., Bridgeport, Conn., or to T. B. IVE8, West Cheshire, Conn. au26 d&wlm Church Edifice For Sale. The Howe Street Church, corner of Howe and Martin streets, is offered for sale, with the land on which it stands. The Lot is 130 feet owe street and 100 feet on Martin street.. Terms easy. Inquire of HENRY D. WHITS, White's Building, au24 tf Cor. Church and Center sts. FOR RENT, k SMALL ROOMS, cheap, for manufacturing ni purposes, witn or wnaoui power. Appiy cor ilK ner Artizan and Court Streets, to A. HATCH & CO. au23tf FOR RENT, !5 ROOMS, three minutes walk from ths City Market ; possession Sept. 1. 5 Rooms No. 16 Gill street, near Chapel. 5 Kooms No. 8 Lewis street, Fair Haven. 3 Kooms on Congress avenue, near Lafayette street. These tenements are all convenient, and hava gaa and water. . Inquire of JACOB-HELLER, .9 Room No. 1 Tale National Bank Hollaing. Stores and Tenements FOR RENT. STORE No. 79 Congress avenue, one of the best stands in the State for any kind of busi ness : counters, shelves, gas. water, everything perfect order ; no money to lay out for fixtures rent very low. Also Store No. 67 Congress avenue yon can hire for almost anything you offer. Also twenty '.tenements, centrauy jocatea. ranging from one room to eight. uents very low. None but respectable and responsible parties need apply to . " - B. HE A 171, 9 Congress Ave. or 36 Broad St. aul4 Houses and Lots For Sale or Ex change. Goml two-family Hoim, near the line pliit of the horse cars ; lot 52x150; can be bought rcjjd for $2,000, and will take a cheap lot in part pay. A House on Uwlgnt street, 10 rooms, gas and city water ; lot 45x158 ; can be bought at a bar gain. House en Ferry street. House on Wood ward avenue, East Haven. waiter Front JUots In west Hires Lots In Weatviile. Lots on Kimberly avenue, Nieoll street, &e. FOR KENT, A number of first-class Houses, located central. Money to JLomn on Rent Kstsite oeenxftw. Real Estate Office 49 Charch Street, Room 9 Hoadley Building. Office open venimgs. a6 FOB RENT, A SUITE of Booms en the first - floor, fur nished or unfurnished, with board, also a sin gle RootB. at 0 - - eo vljlVIS oxKBHT. Jflwrfrr. Watches. Cloclua.' : . ELEGANT, handsome, stylish. A choice variety at Durante establishment. S8 Church, near Crown street. My stock comprises everything that should be found In a first-class store. . My prices considering quality of goods are extremely low. -Pebble Specta cles sold at $150. regular prio $4. Other goods pro portionate, rev-A. specialty of Bepairlng. at John H. 8. Durent. So. 38 Church St. Peaches and Grapes. WE have a lot of nice Peaches for eating or can ning and One Concord and DaUmo Alma all fresh from the growers. , - ' Berkele & Curtiss, t 10. Ckauelk atxV" A BRICK HOUSE TO RENT. . Ko. 1OT Tork street, nearly new, eontains U rooms, with all modern conveniences, marble wash bowls, range, ftarnace, large bath room, stationary wash tabs, good yard room, Ac Ijocetlon very near Yale College and Pest Office. Bent reasonable to a good tenant. iApply at Ho. 108 York street, or at National Photograph Gallery, 242 Chapel Street. ' MENIATUKE ALMANAC. SEPTEMBER 4. gun Rrsra, Sew Bars, 8.S3 I Moon Riser, I Eioh Water, 12.39 a.m. .at T.SS a. m. Wu Department Weather Observations. Taken at 7 a. m., 9 p. m.,v p. m. 8ept. 6. Barom eter. M.930, 39.885, 39.893. Thermometar. Tl. 84. 78. Wind, direction SW, W, SW. Velocltv.in miles ner hour, 1, 7, 4. Weather, fair, fair. cloudy. Maximum Thermometer, 84 degrees. Minimum Ther mometer, ov aegrees. nam-lau, in inches, r M..iiwni Velocity of Wind, 7 miles per hour. WM. D. WEIGHT, Bergt. Signal Corps, D. & Army. MABKIAtlES. BALDWIN ADAMS In Waterbury, 8ept. 2d, Fred erick i. Baldwin and Lllla . Adams, both of Water- UUTT. STRONG MARKHAM In Chester, June 30th, Ira a strong, oi waterDury, ana ails, r lorenoe M.r.n.m, of Chester. DGATHS. BRADY In this city, Sept. S, Mrs. Brady, aged 77 years, at her residence oorner of Dewltt -street and uolumDus avenue. The funeral will take place from herniate residence, corner uwin street ana iwinmDus avenue, to-morrow (Wednesday at 9 o'clock a. m. TICK In Mount Carmel, Sept. 6th, Channie W.,only son of Alfred and Lottie Miller Tick, aged 5 years. Funeral Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. from the residence of ins parents, neiauves ana menas are mvitea to attend. PLATT In MllfordW Saturday evening, Sept. 4th, natnan flatt, aged 68 years. PORjT OF NEW HAVEN. AKKIVID 8KFTEMBKB 6. Sch S J Fooks. Crammer. Baltimore, coal to N Y. NHoiHB B. Sch Rodney Parker. Parker. Baltimore, coal to N Y. NHAHRR. . Hch Mist. Carson. PhlladelDhla. coal to N r. s H & HR R. Sch Amelia Augusta. Mott. Hoboken. iron to KT, flusiia it. Sch Henry Lemuel. J arris. Hoboken. iroai to NT. NH4HRR. ' Sch Amelia Augusta, Mott, New York, HOUSE TO RENT - ON Lamberton street, with six rooms full of closets, convenient for one or two families ; will be emntv Octnhnr Int. rant low. Armlv to HAKI.ks MUrSKlb, s7tf 186 Lamberton Street. TO RENT. LOWER part of house, centrally located, containing five rooms, water and gas, large yard ; rent low to the right party, possession at once II aesirea. A-aaress 87 It RENT, P. 0. Box 1042. TYPE WRITING AND COPYING DEPARTMENT. 87 Church Street, Room 13. T ITERABY and letral copying, insurance naners. I A architects' specifications and manuscript of all kin as executed witn promptness ana at low rates. Writing from dictation a specialty. The strictest con fidence observed with regard to all matters entrusted. ae ot AUCTION SALE. gk THE premises known as- the James Perkins ri) property, locatea in tne town or ooaoridge, iL will be sold at Public Auction on MONDAY, September 20th, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. The house is nearly new and in good order, and the ground on which it is located comprises half an acre, the whole making a very desirable summer residence for person of means, bald property is located on the road leading to Seymour, next north of the former site of ths Clinton Hotel, and about a mile and a half from the Woodbridge Church. se7 eoaot a. r. jhebwih, xrustee. Furnished House to Rent. A LARGE, nicely furnished house, in south western part of the city, within five minutes walk of either postomoe or depot. House con- ins 13 rooms, hot and cold water on three floors. stationary wash tubs, bath rooms, etc., gas and range. Large grounds for both flower and vegetable gardens, fruit, etc Arrangements may be made if desired for boarding the proprietor. Apply to s7tf 62 Orange Street. STOLEN FROM the premises, Ko. 29 Bishop street, New Haven, Conn., on Sunday night, Sept. 5th, one speckled-Gray Horse, 17 or 18 years old, weight about 1,000 pounds, known as Marblehead." One Bay Horse, 12 or 14 years old, tail whipped off. weight 1,300 pounds, lame in one forward J foot, horse in good condition. one Jiundred lo liars reward will be paid for any information that will lead to the arrest and convic tion of the thief. A suitable reward will be paid for the return of the horses to , WM. E. DAVIS, ; 326 Grand Street, s7tf New Haven, Conn. BUSINESS OPENING AN opportunity for the right man is- offered In an old well established paying business. For in formation see GEO. A. ISBELL, Office State St. oor. Elm, Todd's Blk. S7 PLENTY OF MONEY Does the Business. BEHT CKKAMBRY BITTER, 33c lb. Hade fresh everv week : always to be relied upon. Hundreds of families are using it and saving 10 cents a pound. We contracted for the entire product of this dairy when Butter was 10c a pound cheaper than it is to-day. Best Minnesota Flour, f7.2S a barret. Good Family Flour, ts.25 a barrel. Flour by the Bag, 70c to $1. Fine Tas, S5o a pound. Extra fine flavor Teas, 60c. a pound ; pure Baking Powder, 80c. Soap by the Box, $3.00. , .-. - - - - A Cargo of Coal, clean and bright, now discharging. Buy before the ; aavance in price. . George W. II. Hughes, INDEPENDEIVr DEALER. J 8 Church Street. BUY THE BEST. ' - the uetrr-ittrsxiriMO " DOMESTIC " SEWING MACHINE. tT gold on easy monthly payments or at liberal discounts for Cash. Call avmvd see It la Opezmtloa mt Domestic" Office. . x0 CHAPEL 8TBEET. s. R- Heedles. Darts and attachments for all kinds of sewing machines constantly In stock. Bepairlng specialty. - sei Securities For Sale. "VfEW Haven Water Co. Stock. -1 S4.000 6 ner cent. Consolidated . Korthamnton B. B. Co. Bonds, exempt from taxation. KeAllster Wamn, Brokers and Insurance Agents, s4 St" 71 Church Street. Bonds For Sale. EW York and Kew Ens-land per cent. Bonds, due 190S, exempt from taxation. Bunnell & Scranton, Banker ssd Brokers. " '- Mislaid.. AFICTUBX of a boy, full size, with rustle frame 13x8, no value to any person except the owner, who will par a liberal reward on returning the same to the - !' ' i UNION OFFICE. St" .a ,:- . -' The Iratest Fall Styles - '-' ' OF " T7indoi7 Sbades NO, 436 STATE STREET. AatBBEQUIKS and Dado Shades in new and ele I J gant desiana. A large stock of Opeqnes, Hol lands, Bttd Sbade, Taeela,sol. Loops, Shade Lace, dhob znsn na-Hi m.jkem vt rtnaoe, - srusures ax naale and ratal. - Manufacturers' Aoenta for - ' The Blssell Carpet Sweepers. garren Bros.' Boiling Spring Bed. , ; -;., ; ' t t I -V Hothouse Grapes. , . o F DIFFBBKNT varieties, one quality, price mod erate, basli sls from t to 4 pounds each. irn S. & UALL BOX I ' ' ten " News by Telegraph FB0H ALL QUAETEBS. OCEAN DISASTERS. I If Further News Irom the )A?l'l - Tera Cruz, ' " The iSurvivors Coming K North. Wreckage and Dead Bodies " Floating; Asbore. Other Vessels Reported Lost One Goes Down With All On Board. DISASTERS AT SEA. The Lost Vers Crux So Further News Tile rompanf1! K.timmte of JMi-. Owes' . Statement-Wreefcavaje on tile Cloridn. Const Beach Plravtes Carryiiis; OflT tile Floating Cargo. New Toek, Sept. G. No, farther vnews of the wrecked steamer Vera Cru has been re ceived by the agents up to a late hour this afternoon. Mr. Alexandre said that the Sur vivors of the wreck are on their way to this city and will probably arrive here to-morrow. MSssrs. Alexandre feel much aggrieved by the statement of Mr. Owen, the attendant of the deceased army officer, General Torbert, and are preparing a severe rebuttal for pub Ucation. The reflections upon the late Cap tain Van Sice are pronounced outrageous and without justification. He is charged in one instance with having neglected Ma passen gers, while the fact was that lie had sacrificed his own life in his effort to save theirs, as he was among those who were washed overboard first, according to one of the nar ratives. Had he survived until a late hour. says Mr. Alexandre, his first duty would have been to look after the ship, meanwhile at tending to the wants of the passengers. All who are familiar with the duties of officers on shipboard, says Mr. Alexandre, will see the injustice of the assertion in regard to the alleged shifting of the cargo. It is remarked that when a vessel is turned upside down shifting is something not easily prevented. St. Augustine, Sept. 6. The coast for sixty miles is strewn with goods from the steamer Uity of vera Uruz, the beach pirates carrying them into the sand hills. The agent of the underwriters has taken vigorous meas ures to compel all parties to deliver them on salvage. One body partly eaten by sharks has washed ashore, also the body of a little child not mutilated. Both were buried. In all seven have been buried. . Three rings have been found on the- body of an elderly lady marked "S. S. to H. K., March, 23, 1870." A copper-bottomed scnooner, name un known, is in three fathoms of water off Mos quito Inlet. The vessel is about two hun dred tons. " Several More Vessels Reported lost. Kew York, Sept. C. At the Maratime Ex change this afternoon the loss of the ship San Salvador with all on board was reported. She left Truxville, Aug. 7, for Havana, where she was due on the 11th, and has not since been, heard from. Her agents at Havana tel. egraph that they fear she was lost in the cy clone of the Oth. She was an American ves sel of 971 tons, built at Washington in 1859, and belonged to Leaver aft, of New York. She has been engaged in the cattle trade be tween Cuba and Honduras. Her captain is named Hark, a Honduras gentleman. Her first mate and engineer are white' men. shipped from this port. The others are black laen. A cable dispatch from London says: 'Lloyd's Melbourne agent telegraphs that the ship i-ric the Itea went ashore on Satur day at Cape Gtway. The vessel was a total wreck. Her cargo was washed ashore. Eric the Red left New York for Sydney on the 10th of June. No passengers were aboard. She was commanded by Captain lu Allen, add manned by a crew, of . twenty-eight men. The vessel was owned by E. & A. Jewell, and was built in Bath m 1871, and registered 1, 588 tons. .. Collision 'With an Iceberg An Ocean Steamer's Great - Peril Tons of Ice Til row ii to tne Deck. - Montreau, P. Q., Sept. 6. The steamer Har worth, with 2,000 steel rails from Barrow- in-Furness, John Anderson master, was in collision with a huge iceberg in the Straits of Belle Isle, on Sunday night, the 29th ult. , smashing a hole in her bow some twenty feet in width, breaking her stem to atoms, and giving her an involuntary deck load of tons of ice, which toppled over upon her from the iceberg and threatened to sink her by Bheer weight. She careened so much that her stern was lifted high up put of the water and threatened to pitch her bow foremost into the depths. All was confusion in a moment, as the collision was . un loosed for, owing to the night being clear and starlit. The watch had been mis taken as to the iceberg. They believed it to be a part of the overhanging ' clouds, and when the crash came two of them were thrown into the water. Boats were lowered. manned and in readiness to leave the vessel. An examination showed that she would float, and the crew Bet to work to repair damages. John Randall, who had gone overboard, was never seen again. His companion in misfor tune, after floating with the help of a water barrel for half an hour, managed to make himself heard and was rescued. It took two davs to repair the damage and to enable the vessel to proceed. She arrived here late Sat urday night, where she will at once discharge and repair damages. ne was Clyde bunt and was classed Al at Lloyd's. SEW YOKIV. An Old Lesson in the We ot Kerosene. Rondout, Sept. 6. In attempting to make a fire with kerosene, Mrs. Richard' Stokes was severely burned by the explosion of the can containing uie nuiu. The Brighton Beach Races. -," NzwYobk, Sept. C. The racing at the Brighton Beach course was resumed this af ternoon.1 The first race, three-quarters of a mile, was won by Emily F, with Brighton second; time, "1:16. TheTecond' raco one mile and a quarter, for three year olds, was won by Telemachus, with Mary Anderson second; time, 2:09. The third race, one mile and a quarter for all fcges, was won by Pawnee, with Minnie Lewis second, Claudia third ; time, 2:10. The fourth race, a green steeple chase, was won by Bayard, Miss Mol loy second; time, 2:54. x The Hot Wave in New Tork. New Yobs, Sept. 6. Light showers early this morning cooled the air somewhat, while the clouds obscured, the ...aim, and many thought that the hot wave had spent its force, but this hope was delusive, as later the clouds passed away and the sun shone brightly, while the beach was rendered more oppres sive by a great percentage of humidity in the air. . The thermometer at 6 a. m. 73, 3:30 86, midnight 77, average for the day 7S, or 10 degrees warmer than the same date last year. Telephone Hen In Convention Ten Mil lion Dollars Represented. Niaoaba Fixxs, Sept. G.--The telephone convention, which opens here to-morrow, promises to be largely attended by leading representatives of this important interest from all parts of the United States: The headquarters are at .. the , Interhational Hotel and delegates from exchangee at the following places, representing en millions" of capital, are already on the ground, and nearly one- hundred -azsj-" 'expected to-morrow : New York, Boston,, Worcester, Providence, Hartford, New Haven, Meriden; New Britain, Bridgeport, Fall River, Lowell, Springfield, New Bedford, Albany, NsW burgh, Syracuse, Auburn, Seneca Falls, Gen eva, Rochester, Buffalo, Lockport, Philadel phia, Baltimore, Columbus) Dayton, Indian apolis, Chicago,' St. Louis, Kansas City, San Francisco, Milwaukee, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Nashville and New Orleans., Several of the leading manufacturers of telephone apparatus have fine exhibits illustrating practically the latest inventions and improvements. J . New York City. i New York, Sept. 6. - The caisson of the Hudson River tunnel was completed and put in position to-day, J To-morrow the men will begin digging. Mrs. Anderson, the superintendent, says that .the! horlina will riA rw-nVered in a weekl ' -1 Thurlow Weed's illness is mora serioi than had been thought, and his friends do not regard his recovery as possible, although he may linger for a long time. His troubles are principally those of old age' accompanied by extreme nervousness and neuralgio pains in the head. He has been placed in bis libra ry. The noise from tne street Has oeen so annoying that the street in front of Mr. Weed's house has been filled with tan bark. NEW EITOIJUtfD. Vst- - Rhode Island. ' The Boyton-Fearm Swimming Match Boston's Salt Too Mnch For -the En - glishman. Newport, Sept. 6. The great swimming match between Paul Boyton and George Fearn, the champion English swimmer, for $1,000 a side, began this forenoon in the in ner harbor from Ferry Mill wharf. The con ditions were : Boyton with his rubber suit to swim twelve and a half miles, while Fearn was covering ten. The course is southwest from the start, and half a mile for Fearn and five-eighths for Boyton. Boyton was attired in his usual suit and propelled with a paddle. Fearn was dressed in scarlet tights. They took to the water at 11:15, Fearn swim ming overhand, his left shoulder and head only being risible. Boyton started with short, quick stroke. A large crowd stood on the wharves and the harbor was crowded with row and sailboats. A purse of $350 was add ed by .Newport citizens. The referee was Captain William Townsend, uf Newport Boyton's judge is J. G. Schieble, of PhUadel phia. Pa.; Fearn's, Governor Smith, of New York. The betting is m favor of Boyton. 2:30 p. m. The men are both working welL Fearn is a quarter of a mile ahead and swimming easily, changing his style often. Boyton is distressed by the sun, "but working hard. . .Boyton has made 5f miles to Jb earn s it. The wind is southwest and freshening. 2:45 p. m. Fearn has stopped on account of sore eyes, being blinded and cut by the sun ana water. re is strong otnerwise. Boyton is still at work. It is rumored that he cannot finish the race, but probably will. however. Fearn walked to -the United States Hotel, but cannot return to the water. Boy ton nnisned tne sian mile ana tne referee gave him the race and the money. He then left the water. THE WEST. Indiana. A Lover's Dilemma Solved by Snielde. Muncee, Sept. 6. Yesterday afternoon in Liberty township, near Windsor, Lynn Brooks, 22 years of age, suicided by firing a pistol ball into his temple. He was desper ately in love with two young ladies and told a friend shortly before he suicided that he loved both girls and did not know which he loved most. He could not make up his mind and guessed he ' did not want to live any longer. Carrier Pigeons Released. Indianapolis, Sept. 6. Mr.C. B. Fletcher, of the Atlas engine works, this morning re leased the four pigeons belonging to Mr. Verrinder, jr., of Jersey City. Each bird was stamped with a' private mark in red ink on the wing by members of the Newark and Hudson county clubs. Mr. Verrinder hardly expects that more than one of the birds will find its way home from so great a distance, as they are all young pigeons. He will look for an arrival in about a week. Wisconsin. General Grant1! Visit to Madison. Madison, Sept. 6. General Grant arrived here at 1 p. m., having been met at Belvi- dere by a committee of leading citizens. He was driven quietly to the residence of Col. W. T. Viles, whose guest he is to be during his stay. This evening he received inform ally a few prominent persons. To-morrow afternoon he will have a popular reception on the fair ground and in the evening a social reception at the V lies mansion. Ohio. A Young Man's Downward Career Ar rested for Forging His Father's Tfssse Columbcs, Sept. 6. Charles Miller, a " son of ex-Senator William Miller, was arrested to-night on a warrant signed by McDonald A, Steube, grocers, charging him with negotiat ing a draft on the First National bank for thirty dollars, to which he forged his father's name.. Another warrant will be issued for a similar forgery of fifty dollars on Freeman, Staler & Co., dry goods dealers. Three years ago young Miller married a Miss Hat- tie Paul against his father's wishes. The marriage was kept secret until a year ago. Since he has abandoned a law practice and successively followed show management, gambling and betting on races, his father has disowned him. The checks were forged three days ago, but the father determinedly refuses to honor them. At 1 o'clock this af ternoon young Miller took four grains of morphia and is now being walked about tne prison. The doctor thinks he will recover. His father refuses to bail him or interende. The family is very prominently connected. The Paul family was above reproach. The wife clings to her husband with true woman ly devotion. Her husband has- hosts of mends who deplore his reckless career. Illinois. Men Walking Against Horses. Chicago. Sept. 6. In the O'Leary-Haverly six days' contest both men and horses were at it early and hurried along, sometimes run ning and then dropping into a slow walk through the forenoon. At 1 o'clock the score stood : Dobler 118 miles, Erohne 88, Colston 36, Vint 100, Cole 93, Barngnat 32, Dobway 39. Crawford 95, Fox 80, Jackson 73. Shock 102, Connelly 85, Byrne 100, Hale 67, Wither 15. Horses: Rose of Texas 110 miles, Dunn's entry 85, Betsy Baker 115, Bathman's entry 115, Speculator 136. At 12 o'clock Dobler left the track for the first time for a rest. He was feeling well in every way. Vint, the little shoemaker, is in good shape and trots along apparently as fresh as when starting. Most of the others are more I or less troubled with blisters or lamenessj a i - i. it j . i ai ana a numoer wm prouauiy urop uiu uo fore to-morrow. The horses also begin to show the wear and tear, and although not able to say it in words put in a pretty strong expression in actions that the men are giv ing them a hard push. A Terrible Death. Qutncy, Sept. 6. Yesterday Hannah Wul- ner, aged 15 years; employed by Mrs. Traves, while sitting outside near the kitchen, sud denly found the entire back portion of her clothing in flames. Before assistance arrived she was shockingly burned and died during the night. How her clothes caught is a mys tery. There is a strong suspicion of foul play, as it is not believed possible the fire cordd have caught from the stove. ; Minnesota. Damage to the "Wheat Crop. Minneapolis, Sept. 6. The weather, which has been wet during the past week, is not fa vorable for the wheat harvest in this State and Dakota. Mueh damage has been done to the wheat in shock, but while the quality may be somewhat affected the quantity will not be reduced. Kentucky. Horrible Practices in a Penitentiary-. LocfivTTiT.F., Sept . G. A special to the Commercial from Frankfort gives a horrible story of the penitentiary management which has been charged with all sorts of miscon duct, the latest development, being that several of the women prisoners are with child as the result of the loose practices and improper regulations. A Shower ot Bags. Louisville, Sept. 6. A special to the Com mercial from Mt. Sterling, Ky.t says a show er of bugs fell to-day, and they lie about the city in heaps of millions. They are of the kind technically known as dyticidal and com monly called water beetles. They are black, hard shelled and are about an inch long. MARYLAND. The Jamaica Hurricane AddKioaal De tails or; Its Devastation Lrosa of Many "Lives. Baltimore, Sept. C. Further particulars of the cyclone in the island of Jamaica are gathered from Gale's News Letter of the 28th ult It says that at Fletcher's Land nine or ten houses were destroyed, and in Pink Line house with furniture was turned bottom up. At Up Park Camp the military barracks were destroyed, and a damage of 10,000 was sus tained. The prisoners in the- barracks had to be released to save their lives, threatened by the falling buildirig. At Port Royal all the wharves were destroyed. : At Gledgoffe tvd women were killed by the falling of a house upon them, and at August town only five houses were left standing. The settle, ments mostly destroyed are Freetown, Bar dowie, New Grange, Prospect, Hermitage, Spring, Southward Hill, Bowden Hill, Nor- brook, Woodford, Industry and Jack Hill. In Padrnpre and St. Christophus districts all the crops are destroyed." .At Mona all the sugar works, mill and boiling houses were destroyed. Coffee, bananas and provision fields with quantities of fruit are all gone. At Cooper Hill the coffee berries were. all beaten off and the pimento walks levelled. Utter destruction followed the storm and the damage could not be estimated. All the churches and chapels are gone. Not a green leaf is to be seen for miles around, and twen ty years will be required to restore the place to the condition before the storm. - At Law rence Tavern all the churches, chapels and houses were blown down. At Stony Hill both wings of the court house were blown down. All crops are destroyed amd not vestige of cultivation remains standing. At Leper's Home the -battery and Fort Hender son are in ruins. At Newcastle twenty houses were destroyed and one soldier and three wo men killed. At St. John's more than forty settlers lost their lives, and in St. John's dis trict there was general devastation and the people are left without crops of any kind upon which to subsist. From every district there is the same report of general destruc tion and the people left without the means of living. THE OLD WORLD. Great IJritaln. General Roberts' Victory The Wounded. All Cared For Candahar Reopened London, Sept. 6. General Roberts reports from Candahar that a cavalry brigade has marched to Eakaran. The wounded are now all brought in and comfortably housed and are mostly doing well. The total casualties in the Thirty-first and First regiments are 248, including two officers not previously mentioned, namely. Lieutenant Colonel Row craft of the Fourth Goorkhas, and Lieuten ant Cheany of the Twenty-third Pioneers, both of whdfh are slightly wounded. Thirty- two guns in all were taken, including the two lost at Maiwood. The Afghan prisoners agree in saving that Ayoob saved no guns. A dispatch from the Viceroy of Egypt soys uanaanar nas been reopenea una uiu innaoi. tants are returning. The Powers' Ultimatum A Demonstn tion Decided Upon. London, Sept. 7. A Constantinople dis patch says the powers have informed the Porte that its last proposal concerning the cession of Montenegro is not satisfactory, and that the naval demonstration will take place. All the vessels to take part in the naval de monstration have arrived at Ragusa except the French contingent. Spain. Drowned In the Klbro Heartbreaking Scenes by Torchlight. Madrid, Sept. 6. Further accounts of the Logrono catastrophe show that one captain, six lieutenants and four ensigns of the regi ment from Valencia, and one lieutenant of engineers and ninety-eight privates perished. It seems that the battalion was crossing the river on a large raft, constructed on pon toons, and in the middle of the stream, which is deep and rapid, the raft began to leak, and the men got alarmed and capsized it. Only half the battalion escaped, with the assist ance of boats and ropes. Planks were quick ly cast into the Elbro by the inhabitants. The scene at night in recognizing the bodies was heartrending. Many officers and ser geants were married men, and their wives and families rushed to the banks during the search for the bodies by torchlight. Next day, in the presence of the garrison and an immense concourse, 110 bodies were laid in two graves. King Alfonso, the Queen and the royal family have helped the subset! p tion list with $0,000- FIRE RECORD. Extensive Fire in Mobile A Blaae Which Causes a ross of" $350,0C0. Mobile, Ala., Sept. 6. This city visited by an extensive fire yesterday, which burned D. It. Dunlap's wholesale dry goods store.. Thomas P. Miller & Co.'s banking house and Uverals & estor b law omce, Ira W. Porter & Co.'s hararare store, A. G. Moore & Co.'s produce store and G. Gomes' tin-ware factory, and damaged t.he stocks of L. S. Bidgood t Co., stationers, J. L. East- burn, book-bindery, H. Farrow fc Co., prin ters, Thompson & Powers, printers, W..S, Goodall & Co. produce merchants. The buildings burned were all three-story brick stVuctures, well filled with " merchandise of various kinds. A pretty close estimate of the loss foots up $350,000, which is ' about two-thirds covered by insurance, a great part of which was placed in northern and foreign companies. The work of construct ing the buildings destroyed will be begun to morrow, and some of the parties burned out are already sending telegraphic orders for new stock. A Little Girl Burned to Death. Calais, Me.,Sept.6. The farm buildings of George Cole were burned at Princeton, Me. , last night. A seven-year-old girl was burned to death in the house, the rest of the family barely escaping. Tne loss on the buildings was $800. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. New Yobk, Sept. 6. Arrived, the Anchor- ia from Glasgow. Philadelphia Arrived, the Illinois from Liverpool. Antwerp Sailed, the Nederland for New York. Hull Sailed, the Sorrento for New York. Hamburg Sailed, the Allemania for New York. Bremen Sailed, the Mosel for New York. Havre Arrived, the Anierique from New York for Hamburg.; Plymouth Arrived, the Westphalia from New York- Liverpool Arrived, the City of Montreal and the Germanic from New York, the Alep po from Boston, the Sardinian from Montre al. Sailed, the Minnesota for Boston. Queenstown Sailed, the Nevada for New York. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. The Imperial Bank of Germany has or dered its branches at Bremen and f'amburg to temporarily stop gold payments. Base ball yesterday : At Buffalo, Chicagos 9, Buffalos 6 ; at Troy, Troys 5, Bostons 2 ; at Providence, Providence 4, Worcesters 1 ; at Cleveland, Clevelands 1, Cincinnatis 0. A gentleman holding a prominent position in the civil service was arrested yesterday at Ottawa, Ont., for threatening to shoot an other government employe. There is said to be a lady in the case. Four men, Henry Maloney, George Lubert, John Francis and John Fanigan, were se verely injured yesterday at Buffalo, N. Y., by the sudden falling of a building to which they were faring a cnain preparatory to rais ing it. FINANCE AND TRADE. Special Correspondence of Jouknal and Courikh. John H. Davis ft Co.. 4 Bankers and brokers, 17 Wall street, 'ew ions, sept. 6, 18W. The Stock Exchange business, opening at 11 o'clock. was compressed into four hours, but daring that time the stock market was one of the most active of the the activity being accompanied by great strength, not only in the investment shares, but also In the speculative list, which advanoed smartly all around. . -i- The Bond Market. Government bonds were dull and strong on the basis of 110 alio,,' for coupon fours. The only sale of State bonds was South Caro lina new funding at 3 V, Railroad bonds were active and strong. Government bonds closed as follows : 1890s. reg 102V New ts, reg.. 1 1880a, oonp ...102)4 1881a, reg 10 1881s, coupon 1M New 4s.ooup. .UO Currency 6s .126 Union Paciflc, 1st... 113 Land Grants 116 ! Sinking Funds 116X Central Pacific 112V Pacific 6a of '95. . itewos, reg iw i New As. coupon..... 1U2V New xs, reg m Naw Iks, oonp Ill Stoeks closed ss follows A. a P. Telegraph ... U Arisen Central..... -Am. Diet. Tel 77,' Michigan Central .... Milwaukee A St. Paul do. pref... Morris a Essex 112 ' Mar. a Cin. 1st pref. 7V Mar. a Cin. 2d pref, B Mobile a Ohio 24 Metropolitan 91 Manhattan... 38 North Pacifle 30V do. pref S4J Nash a ichat.. . . 71X Northwestern.. -...,106 do pref -126X N.J. Central.... 77 N Y. O. a Hudson. . 182 X N. Y.. N. H. a Boston W. P... - Bar. A Ced. Bapids. . 68X Boston Air Line, p. . Chicago, Bnr. A Q...139 Chicago and Alton. .119 ao. nrex i- Central Pacific VX C. O.aL .. 72tf 0. L O 20 Canada Southern. 63 Cariboo...; l)f Chesa Ohio 31 do. Mpref... mx Co. 1st pre!., xi Canton ' Ontario h West... Ohio Central Ohio Miss...-. do. pref Ontario Silver... 23 . 24 Denver a Bio G. . . . . 74 V DeL, Lack, a West.. 91 Ji Del a Hudson. 86 Deadwood.. - Brie 2d consols Erie SOW Erie pref BX Excehior Mining.... 15 Elsvated 112 Fort Wayne " Hart, a Erie, 1st.... Peoria D.&K. pfd.. 2 Panama 200 Pittsburg. Pacific Mail 1 Quicksilver.... 14 do- - pref... 67 Bock Island.. 120Jf Beading... 27 St. Louis San Fm. 86. San Francisco pref ... 48 Ban Fran. 1st pref... 79 St. Paul, a a M . SX Standard 28V Silver CHIT Sntro.,; IX - ao. . mi . Harlem..-'.....-..... 1 Han. St. Jo.. ...... 43 J4 do. nref..... 84V Homestake ...... 33 Houston Texas S Illinois central 116 Iron Mountain 67X Terra Haute.. OStf do. pref.... 77 Dnlon Pacific- 04 i, Wab., Kt-LonlsaP.. 39 V do. pref... 69V Western Union. 107 do. pref..... EXPRESS STOCKS. Adams.... .... American,.. m . .All Welle, Fargo... Bnl ted States. . ;.110 ... 8V- Mew Torsi Protlw.ee Market. . t. . Nsw York, Sept. 6. FLOUB Dull ; trade and family brands, $4 SOafi 15 ; shipping extras, 13 75a4 15. Southern flour quiet and heavy ; Inferior to very choice, snipping extras, H Ga 625. . -WHEAT Opened if to 2c lower, but closed s shade firmer and moderately active. Spot sales of No. 2 spring a flal 02 ; No. 2 red $1 OSVal 04 ! No. 3 do at tl ooval 01, No. 1 white at (1 OSVal 04, and. No. 2 whitest $1 00. ' COBN Shade easier and in fair request. Spot sales of No. 2 at 50 4; and ungraded at SOaSOitf. OATS 1 to 2c lower and quiet ; 39a40 for mixed western and State; 39Ve42 for white western and State. BYE Quiet but firm. BARLEY Nominal. ' PORK Quiet and firm ; ordinary mess for early de livery. $16 00. LARD Steady ; spot' sales of Western steam at 8 25, and city at $8 25. CUT MEATS In moderate demand ; pickled hams lOVallo, do shoulders 7 V. BEEF Firm and in more request ; plain mess $9 50 extra do. at $10. WHISKEY Dull and nominal. SPOT COTTON Lower and Irregular ; middlings 11 11-16 : futures weak. PETROLEUM Crude, in barrels, 6,Va7tfc; naphtha, in barrels, 9c ; refined, in barrels, cargo lots, 9c bid ; V. P. L. certificates, 90c. BUTTER Has been in moderately active request at fall prioes. Creamery, finest, at 27a28o for Western and State, the latter for choice ; do good to prime 24Va25V; do fair to good 22.24 V ; State firkins choice, rat 24a ; do fair to prime 21.23 ; State peila and tubs, choice, 25 ; do good to prime 23a24 ; do fair to good 21a23 ; State Welsh tubs, prime, --a23; do fair to good 19a20 ; western dairy, freshextra 21a 22 ; do good to prime 20a21 : do fair to good 18al9 ; western factory, fine, 20 ; do good to prime 17al8 ; do fair to good at 16al7. New Fall Goods We are constantly receiving and opening the choicest and most varied Styles of Goods for the Fall Season, and can safely say that our stock of SILKS DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS, in fact our assortment in every de partment was never more complete so early in the season. Our goods are fresh from the latest Importations, and we shall continue to offer our patrons the LAT EST NOVELTIES as they arrive in the market. WILCOX & CO'S, 245 and 3 lO Chapel St., Lyon Ri.ildiiig. se7 dtf oamw nm5tmrds. Grand Opera House, New Haven. Tuesday, September 7th. One Night Only. I.ast Season's Great Success X Bartley Campbell's (author " Matrimony," " My Part ner," "Fairfax,") Galley Slave ! The Dramttio Masterpiece of the Age, blending hu mor and pathos with interesting story, strong situa tions, startling effects, interpreted by one of the JSeet uramatie tompaniei in America. Splendid Scenic Views of Venice. Borne, Marseilles. Paris will positively be presented. FRANK EVANS Manager GEORGE MILLER Business Manager JOHN M. BURKE General Manager Reserved Seats 75c, Gallery ouc, on sale at Loomis' music score. s GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Thursday Friday and Saturday, WITH SATURDAY MATINEE. September Oth, lOtli, 11 th HENRY R- SCOTT, Supported by Slavin's Comedy Company In the intensely Interesting comedy entitled HEZEKIAH PERKINS, The Crud New England Farmer. Abounding in laughable denouements and startling dramatic situations, introducing a pleasing specialty scene. Admission 35c. and 50c. Reserved Seats ? 5. Matinee 5c., 35c., 50c. Children 15c. Tickets, can be secured at Loomis'. se7 6t Excursion Extraordinary On the Palace Steamer of the "World, PLTTMOTJTH ROOK, Tuesday, September 14th. With Electrio Lights 25,000 candle power. NE W YORK (SU W N,w AND LONG- BRANCH. 2 hours accompanied by Three Bands of Music. Boat leaves Belle Dock at 8 o'clock ; Canal Dock at 8:9U o cioeic TICKETS 75 Cents. to be obtained at L E. Ryder & Co.'s, 2BS Cbapel Street. seTSt SECOND AHKVah GraM Harvest Excursion, Monday, Sept. IS, 18SO,. UNDEB THE AUSPICES OF MITHRA 'LODGE NO. 8. Knights or Pythias. From Bridgeport, Conn., TO BRIGHTON BEACH, CONEY ISLAND, Via Bar Ridfte and Sea Beach Railroad.) The most nonular and nleasant bathing resort on the Atlantic coast. stonoLnff at 23d street. New York, each way, by the model steamer or tne wona, Grand Republic. Length, 800 feet r width, 41 feet ; capacity for passen gers, i,ow. Remember the Date, Monday, Sept. 13, S0 To the People One and all are hereby Invited by the societies of Kniehta ot rrtnias to loin with them in tma urana Excursion, as they wish it distinctly understood that the Excursion is for the enjoyment of the General Public. Abundanee or entertain ments. The celebrated Wneelt-r AC W llson and Howe 'nil Military- Bras Bands will give Grand Concerts on each deck ; also the- Bridgeport Quartette Club and a number of ladies and gentlemen will glv Grand Vocal Concerts during the trip. Dancing on board, Wm. W. Smith prompter, making this, with the sail down the Sound and New York harbor, with many points of interest before reaching the broad Atlantic Ocean, where you will have about three hours to enjoy a bath In the briny surf and see the many sights on shore, a day of perfect enjoyment. Don't miss this treat. Refreshments on board in abun ance at reasonable prices. Positively no lager beer or other intoxicating liquors sold. The best of order and discipline will be maintained on board the steamer going and coming, and parents In general may feel perfectly sare in Dnnging tneir cniiaren with them. Committee of arrangements W. C. Harsh, C. A. Hotchkiss, Geo. A. Staples, P. Selbio, Ch a. Mid die brook. Remember the Date, Monday, Sept. 13th. Fare for entire trio to Coney Island and return, in cluding railroad fare and time of leaving stations, as follows: Leave New Haven, 7:15 a. m. Fare, round trip, $1.00 " . west uaven. - ao ao i.uu Woodmont, 7:25 do do 1.00 Ifiiford, 7:S1 M do do LOO " Stratford. 7:39 ' do do .75 Arriving at Bridgeport at 7:00 a. m. The titmmnxnr will LesTe Brtdssoort at e.OO a. m. Tickets can be had of the Ticket Agents at the different stations. Secure your tickets in ad vance, so as to avoid any delay on the morning of the Excursion. . - - se7 6t DANCING! All new Dances emanating from the Society of Pro ssors of Banning, New York City, will be tanght. FrlTata lessons smy boor, day or eTenlng. Prrrate Classes or Seminaries attended in or ont of town. ddress H. O. OUxL. jj Sm t -. 199 Crown Stseet. The Seventeenth Annual Exhibition Or-this ' Milford and Orange Agricultural Society - WILL BK HKI.D AT Meadow-Side Park, Milford, Conn., Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 8 and V, 1880. Imoast or Premiums ottered. 91,000.00. I.ft of entries for trottlna will close Wednesday. Sent. 1. at 11 n. m. Books for entry may be found at the omce of the secretary in Milford. A. n. UfeAlfn, rresiaena, S4 6 7deu22tw F. O. MILEH, Secretary. Thimble Islands and Lighthouse Point. . , Os and after July tb. THE STEAMER IVEItNIA Will leave Fair Haven at 8:30 a. nv. Belle Deek at 9:15 am.. Starin Pier a ml Eetnmlne from Thimble Islands at 3d. m. Fare to Thimble Islands, 25c Lighthouse Point, 10c ; Bound Trip, 60c. jeassm Jersey. TTjf Kansas a Texas. 37 Little Pittsburg SJi Louis N. Albany.. Louisville h Nash... ISO : Lake Shore ins;; Lake Erie ft West... 34 Wwc&s. WAITED, SITTTAT10JJto do cooking or general honsework in a private family. Good city references. Inquire at 174 THAN KLIN STREET. IjseTlt WANTED, '" ' ... ' AN American girl or middle aged woman as work ing housekeeper in a small family. Inquire after 1 o'clock at ee72t -? , 82 WIIXIAM STBW3T. WANTED. A SITUATION by a respectable young girl to do second work or assist in light housework. Can be seen for two days at se7 2t . 41 STEVENS STREET. SITUATION WANTED, . BY a respectable girl to do general housework in a small private family. The best of reference. 4 Apply at 274 WEST WATER STBEET. ' ee7 If SITUATION WANTED, BY a respectable girl to do general housework in a private family. Keference If required. Apply . at 216 HAMILTON STREET. se7 It' SITUATION WANTED. A YOUNG man wants a situation in grooery or some other store ; been in grooery business for four years ; can give good referenoes. S. B. H. se7 3t Room S, Cutler Building, Chapel St. SITUATION WANTED, A COMPETENT girl wishes a situation as cook or to do general housework in a private family. Good reference. Can be seen at her present plsce. se7 it 83 OLIVE STREET. SITUATION WANTED, BY s young man of experience as coachman or hostler, either in the city or country. Good oity reference. Address. T. D. H. TO7 2t" This Office. WANTED, A YOUNG man as bookkeeper for a few weeks. Address P. 0. BOX 932, City. se7 2f A Protestant Girl WANTS a situation to do general housework or second work in a private family ; ia a good waiter, washer and lroner. . Oeod references from last place. Apply at 14 ROSE COURT, K7 It For two days. SITUATION WANTED, BY a competent girl to do general honsework in a private family. City reference. Inquire at ,e7 If 92 ORCHARD STREET. WANTED, A MAN ss coachman and assistant gardener ; also a young man to drive delivery wagon. Call at 0lse7 1t EDWARD M ALLEY. WANTED, A JANITOR and JanitreBS to take charge of a large building containing furnished rooms. Ad dress, stating salary required and references. se7 It "A. D.," P. O. Boi 1097, New Haven. . WANTED, BY a respectable girl a situation in a prlvato fam ily to do general honsework. Has first-class reference from last place. WiU call on any family who will leave the number of their residence at thia offle. 867 SITUATION WANTED, BY a respectable girl to do general housework or second work. Inquire at 05 jaY STREET. SITUATION WANTED, B . nrst-claes cook, meat or pastry, hotel or boarding house. Address .'.'. ,e7 if J. DOOLEY. roar State Street. SITUATION WANTED, TO do second work or take care of children. Good I reference. Inquire at se7 1f 301 OAK STREET SITUATION WANTED, BY a capable girl to do general housework for a small family. Apply to MRS. REILLY, TO7 if 130 Davenport avenue. Millinery. WANTED AN experienced trimmer for the city trade. Address 'Milliner," Courier Omce, stating terms snd experience. se7 8t BOAKD WANTED, A GENTLEMAN snd wife would like board In a private family, where there are no other board ers preferred. Terms must be moderate. Address bb7 jf "M.," this office. WANTED, A FEW.erperienced rubber shoe and arctic hands. A. Apply to the CAN DEE RUBBER CO. aeG 2wdiw New Haven. WANTED, A SMART, energetio man ; must have good refer ences : salary 15 per week. GAY BROS. se6 256 Chapel Street, Garfield Building. WANTED, A GOOD housework girl for Cheshire, Milford, also two Protestant girls to go out of the city in one family. Library Booms, No. 75 Orange Street. Ii. U. BARTHOLOMEW. ted WANTED, EMPLOYMENT in an office or store by s young man of 18 ; good penman, Industrious and will ing. Address ' H. F. W.," Lock Box 767, Bt 3f Birmingham, Conn. WANTED, AYOUsjO GIRL to assist in the care of children and light housekeeping. Apply between 9 am. and 3 p. m., at ROOM 6, et at - fc 153 Church Street. GAUDEFROY'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE HAS constantly on hand help suitable for private families, as well as for hotels, boarding houses and restaurants. Great attention is paid by the pro prietor of the establishment in the choice of girls and women before sending them to fill a situation. Coun try calls of any distances are promptly attended to. 33X Orange street, near Crown street. 82 GAUDEFROT. BROWFS Employment 2Vgency SUPPUES private families, hotels and boarding houses with reliable help in the city or country. The only omce in the city doing business on the Bos ton plan. Servant with good reference are request ed to leave their address. Office and residence, 191 Meadow Street, aull lm F. W. BROWN. School Books Wanted. 13ATTERSON'S Spellers, Webster Franklin Read ers, Harper's School Geographies. Anderson's Grammar, School Histories, and Swinton's New Lan guage Lessons, Jepson's Music Readers, if in good or der can be sold at si lot BABCOCK'S, 97 Orange Street. WANTED. THE Superintendent of the Davenport Female Or phan Home desires to correspond with a lady ca pable of teaching young girls laundry and kitchen work. A Now England house kee, er desired. Wages good, and situation not menial. Address, with refer ence, O. W. BHATTUOK, au27 18t Bath, Steuben Co., N. Y. WANTED TO buy, a lot of second-hand Furniture andCar-. pets. Highest cash price paid Orders by mai promptly attended to, at o20 28 CHTJRQH BT. WANTED, a.OOO CLOTHES WRINGERS to repair. CARPET Sweepers, Fluting Machines,Richardson'fl 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 Furnishing Store of GEORGE D. LAMB, ths Wringer Man, 109 Chapel street. Call and see the large variety of Beautiful Granite and Iron Ware Tea and Coffee Pots. mad dkw S. W. Searle, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, No. 5 Conn. Savings Bank Building, OT 81 CHURCH STREET. SWISS AND AMERICAN STEM-WINDING- WATCHES. A Full Line of L.adtes' Sizes Just Received. MONSON, JEWELER, KO. 2741 CHAPEL, STREET. OAUTIOIf' To insure obtaining the genmne ApoIlinrI s, see that the eoi-lc btair the A pollinarli. Irrit. 1ATHEY CAYLDS ' Dlapsipesof fhe vxnnl orsauis, recent orchronic, tiro itrmuniiv nn-i Mjuh-'V Csvlus Capsules; use I ir ni.'r ?y t" loading lhyaician4 of Lurupo auu Asucri -t. Prepared by CAPSULES Sold UTerjw where. 3112? CIS, Frj-is. To the Holders of the FIEST MORTGAGE BONDS ot the Boston ana New York Air Line Railroad Company : The holders of the First Mortgage Bonds of the Boston and New York Air Line Railroad Company are hereby notified that the Company exercising the right to redeem said bonds upon six months notice as ex pressed on the face of aaid bonda, hereby not 1 nr. tne holders thereof that they will redeem the said bonda npon presentation at tho omce of the Treasurer of said Company, at number 13 Wall street, in the city of New York, on or before the first dsy of February, 1881, by paying to the holders thersbf respectively the fall amount of the principal sum which would be payable npon each of aaid bonda at its maturity, to gether with all interest due and payable upon any coupons annexed thereto, according to their tenor, and also an additional premium of five per centum of tiie principal Hum due upon each of said bonda. Attest. . x. waious, owreiary, al osm4moaw2m ' B. N. Y. A. L. B. R. Co. Kew Haven City Burial Ground, Grove Street. JAMES T. MIX will be in attendance, and particu larly on Laurel avenue, from 7 to 12 and a to o'clock each day. Also be has for sale several Burial l-ota, some quar ters, halves and whole lota, and some lots that have iron fences. Ths prices sre cheap. Besidenoe, n ..... ........... l i t. i . r-11.11 rsHTO;?"