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Sept. 25, 1880. VOL. XLVHI. Few FaU For Ladies' Ulsters, Buttons andTrinimings to match. . New Styles ofFall and Winter Shawls now open, and the assortment better uiou ib will uty later. Woolens for Men's and Boys Wear. - Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Merino Vests and Drawers from 50 cents and upwards. . - - . Woolen Hosiery for Ladies, Gents and Children ottr assortment complete and the largest in ine city. Colored and White Flannels. Blankets and Comfortables. Jlonson & se25 s OUR NEW WAREROOM IS NOW COMPLETE. And We are Prepared to Show the Largest and Best Assortment Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels, HALL AND STAIR CARPETS. Three-Ply and Ingrain Carpets of Every (Quality and Make, . In the Handsomest and Best Lighted Carpet Boom In the City. In our other Departments can be found a large assortment pf Mats, Mattings, Crumb Cloths, Laces, Shades and Upholstery Goods. OIL CLOTHS, WALL PAPERS, &C. Call and See Them H. B. PERRY, NO. 390 CHAPEL STREET, Always o o o CO Q TO FURNISH GOOD ..wC tft TT aQ.357- -3 114 Clnircli St., CJlebc Ituihlin. Rcspectftilly, 145LongWharf. T0WNSEM) & BRIGGS. Dyeing.Cleaning OF EVERY IJESCRIPTIOIV. . Laces and Lace Curtains, Window bhades and Damask pets, Crumb Clotbe and Rugs, Silks anp Silk DreSBes, Braids, Feathers, Ribbons, Kid Oloves, &c. Crapes and Laundrying of Shirts, Collasj, Cuffs, Underwear, Counterpanes, Pillow Shams, etc., etc Everything guar anteed flrst-class. Sole proprietor for the State of Connecticut of the celebrated Troy Patent Machine for 1 sundry ing oollars and cuffs. ELItl CITY DYE WORKS 360 and 178 m2 WE TAKE PLEASURE In calling your attention to onr of Goods for tlie Stock FALL TRADE. Our stock is large. We have spared no pains in its selection, and as we buy goods for Cash only we have secured some of the best bargains to be found any where in Silks and Satms. Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods, FLANNELS AND BLANKETS, Men's and Ladies' Merino Underwear. Table Linen, Towels and Napkins, Cloaks and Suits, Of our own manufacture, in entirely now designs and materials. Mourning Orders Filled Hours Notice. in 24 Catting and Fitting done nndvr supe rior management, executed at snort notice without disappointment In time or fitting. CHARGES VERY MODER4TE, M. Mann & Brother, No. 203 Chapel Street. Veil jiuramtr gesoris. FORBES HOUSE, Morris Cove, - - - South Haven. THIS well known house is open for the season, and being very pleasantly situated ion the shore, those desiring board can be ao loommodated at very reasonable rates. We make a specialty of Dinners and Burners. which will be served at short notice. Orders by telephone received. Stages connect with the House and tmins , . - Je3 tf ' B. A. BUELLh Proprietor. Established 1870. 11 k I IL DEALER IN lien's, Youths', Boys' and Children's Clothing! 210 Chapel Street, BELOW THE BRIDGE, ' r NEW HAVEN, CONN. ; -; ' selTtjal , ' " ' ' ITiii. 2L Wright, ; ATTORNEY AT LAW, KUUilin .O sj tr, No. 153 Church St.", cor. of 'Conrt. wru -Serial Stotiets. Woolens Jackets and Cloaks. Carpenter, 244 and 246 Chapel Street. at the" Old Place. - OPPOSITE THE GREEN. NEW HiVES, COJTW. Ready 8 PS PS x?tt-5 andLaundrying Curtains, Muslin, Rep and Brocateile Curtains, Car Merino, Cashmere and Poplin Dresses, Fringes, Gimps, Crape Veils, Gents' Coats, rants and Veste. AXI STEAM LAUNDRY, Chapel Street, THOMAS FORSYTH. RANGE ! The Heaviest Range ! Finest Quality ! Superior Finish I The Most Economical J The Best Baker X Try no other. A Household Necessity I Brownson & Plumb, VO. 313 ClIAPEL STREET. se20 s 241 AND 243 STATE ST., DEALERS IN ShZ5r -V TRADE MARK. Paints and Oils, Varnislies,3 Brushes Glass, Chemicals, Manufacturers' Supplies, Etc., Etc. mylOs Elm City File Works, (Near Goedyesr'a Axle Shop.) Old Files re-cut and. warranted. An assortment of Files on band for sale. WM. 1EPS0N, 861 State Street se!8 3m New Haven City 15 u rial Ground, Grove Street. JAMES T. MIX will be in attendance, and particu larly on Laurel avenue, from 7 to 12 and 2 to 5 o'clock each day. Also he has for sale several Burial Lots, some quar ters, halves and whole lots, and some lots that have iron fences. The prices are cheap. Residence, a2 MWFtf 212 CROWN STREET. Rare Ripe Peaches. ' FEW baskets delicious Rare Ripe Peaches, pro bably the last fine ones we shall have this sea- also fine Grapes can be found at lOD Church Street. Berhele & Curtiss 8923 HARBOR BLUES. HARD AND SOFT CRABS. AT A. FOOTE & CO.'S, 353 STATE STREET. PRIME BEEF, MUTTON, lamb and Veal. SPRING Chickens and Fowls dressed to order. Halibut, Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Sea Baas, Blaokflsh. Flatfish, Blueftah, Oodfiah, Haddock, Eels, Lobsters, Oysters, Bound snd Long Clams. Salt Mackerel, No. 1 Bloater Mackerel, Pickerel, Salmon. Choice 8ugar Cured Pork Hams, Shoulders, Break ist'Baoon, Smoked and Dried Beef, Fulton Market Smoked and Pickled Beef Tongues. Vegetables and Fruit. -, ' New Sweet Potatoes, Watermelons, Green Citron Melons, very fine Peaches, Bananas, fears. Apples. Green Corn, Lima Beans, ic At Tery low prices for cash. - . : JUDSON BROS. Packing and Provision Co., " ; . auT " SOS and SOT State Street. Hall's Bitters. r is now twenty-nine years since we commenced the preparation of this, article. Their truly val uable medicinal properties, In esses connected with the stomach and nervous system, their exquisite taste as a oordial, and agreeable effect as a tonic are readily acknowledged by all who have used them. In fact. Ball's Bitters stand unrivaled, and their pre-eminence over all newly started and much advertised Bitter will be striking to any one, after a lair trial ana psruon. ws saouia oe piessea to snow uiem. apM . K. E. ilALL, Chapel Street, H 11 PS M W 4M m m :ggEg. .1 an23 $kt aitm : MTJSICAt, INSTRUCTION. Voice, IMltno, Piute. "I89 FANNY O. HOWE resume Sept 10 lnstrae- xtx won in tub an ox singing ; also upon toe plana. Singing at Bight taught in classes on moderate terms. Residence 102 Crown near Temple St. MB. CHARLES T. HOWE resumes Instruction upon the flats. 103 urown street, West End Institute, - ' - WO. 99 HOWE STREET. " Mrs. 8. I. Cadir'i Basrdinr ud Day Scbool for Tsssg Ladies Hrspew Nnt.inlMi jftft. KINDERGARTEN, Primary and Institute Depart ments. Rnnerlnr ormortiinities few the studv of Art in its Tarioos branches. Private lessens, or ia class, to Dnuils not nthnrwlM eonneeted with tha school, in Elocution, Crayon Drawing, Oil Painting or Water. Colors. - For circulars and terms apply at tha Institute. leag 6t tewws Private instruction. THE subscriber proposes to give priTata instruo tion to vounc ladiea and aentlemen at hla resi dence No. 28 Trumbull street, in all the studies preparatory for business, or for any department of the University. Lessons to young ladies will be given at their residences if preferred. For terms and other particulars apply to STELES FRENCH, ew uaven, sept, l, 1880. - sea eooan Miss Orton and Miss Nichols, SUCCESSORS TO The Misses "Erlwarils. WHX reopen Sept. 20th their School for Young Ladies and Children. For circulars and fur ther information, apply to the Principal, at B- im 67 ifiLiM -BTHK1ST. Miss Hall's School WILL reopen Monday, Sept. 13th, at No. 9 PALLADIUM BUILDING, l tr 95 Orange Street. School of Modern Lansmaeres. f 1LAS8ES commence Sept. 13, 18SO, at 9 o'clock J a m. .ravate classes afternoon and evening- rTincipai at home from 7 to 10 o'clock a m. dally. ysm we&satoao i59YORK btkeut. FOR RENT. WITH BOARD, Koonia with modern improve ments. . MISS HUBUA1I, se22 at 37 COLLEGE STREET. TO RENT. A LARGE Parlor, with alcove, also a pleasant sunny Roomon the third floor, with board, at B621 tf 128 YOKi BTKtET. gtal Cfktate. FOR RENT, FURNISHED Rooms, with board, to fami lies, nicely located, within five minutes of the postomce. inquire as se23 Jm 497 CHAPEL STREET. To Let, Furnished, ' A beautifully located House, modern conve niences, large grounds, with barn or without. Also Brick House, 10 rooms, modern, steam teat, location desirable, six months or year. Also Brick House, central, furnished or unfurnished, 13 rooms. Address se23 3t P. O. BOX 473. FOR RENT, THREE BOOMS on Park street, with modern conveniences, warmed with steam if desired also 3 Rooms near the N. Y. a N. H. R.R. shops lor ftj per month ; also a uarn on rars street. seal lis Park street. Manufacturers, Attention. to fti'.v'r. A BUILDING situated in this city, having aDout ia,uuu square leec oi noors, will oe rent ed on favorable terms for a term of years. Ap ply at zus (jnapei street, mom 1. ,..r m eoaim vt. ii. nnjiEuw, TO KENT, A LARGE Dining Boom and 3 Booms in Year, all connected, and a good large cellar, veil Ten tilated. with water, eaa, water closet, fro.. In front of Rubber shop on Greene street ; a good place for a restaurant ; will rent reasonable to the right party, t or xurtner particulars, inquire or se21 tf East and Greene Streets. FOR SALE LOW, A HOUSE, large Barn and other outbuild inga, 6 V acres of land, well stocked with choice fruit, also 8 Cows and 2 Horses, Wagons and L Jim esses, and one of the best paying MILK ROUTES in rievf Haven city within u mues of city market. Will be sold very low. Inquire of 1. O. tStLXUTEMUi se21t StaU 20 City Market Timber Land For Sale. 1 33 ACRES, near Woodmont depot, and about of a mile from two saw mills. This land is cov ered with hemlock, cedar and chestnut, all of good size ; has been nothing cut from it in fifteen years. A large quantity of cedar posts, ties and spiles can be cut from the land. Will be sold very low. - HINMAN'S AGENCY. se20 Ct 63 Church at., New Haven. FOE SALE, 5, A FINE HOUSE AND LOT on Humphrey j street. Lot large ; house nrst-rate ; suitable for one or two families ; will be sold cheap. MER WIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE. sel8 237 Chapel Street. TO KENT. JfiA A Arst floor tenement of Mil ROOMS ; a third floor tenement of FIVE BOOHS: sup omblr plied with city water. Newly repaired througn- Innuire at office of S. PECK t CO., selT tf 81 Day Street. FOR SALE, A FINE country seat and farm of 42 acres ; Jtiiij also 60 acres in 5 to 10 acre plots at $100 per acre, adjoining Woodmont station. Aoaress J. B. AYBE8. - sl4 lm Woodmont, Ct. TO RENT, k House in the brick block corner Dwight street 3j and Whalley avenue. A desirable party can ii hare possession of a nice house immediately I at a very low price. Inquire at 7 Park street, sell tf FURNISHED HOUSE. FOB KENT, a house centrally located, pleas Lai ilL year, more or less. Foesession given immedi- I ately if desired. Inquire at BetttI 11 AUU&iU- 15U1L1J1AU. Furnished House to Rent. A LAKGE. nicely furnished house, ia south western part of the city, within five minutes walk of either postomce or depot. House con ies 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 8treet. FOR RENT, 5 ROOMS, three minutes walk from the City Market ; possession Sept. 1. 6 Booms No. 16 Gill street, near ChapeL 5 Booms No. 8 Lewis street, Fair Haven. s Kooms on uongress avenue, near .Liaiayette street. These tenements are all convenient, and have gas and water. Inquire of JACOB HELLER, aul9 . Boom No. 1 Tale National Bank Building. FOB RENT, SMALL BOOMS, cheap, for manufacturing purposes, with or without power. Apply cor ner Artizan and Court Streets, to A. HATCH & CO. FOR SALE, A JERSEY BULL, 2 years old, nearly solid color, with white points sired by bull of S. C. Colt's stock, dam by Success. Inquire of or address 2 d&wtf Farmington. Conn. Prices Reduced. Mason's Fruit Jars, $1-35 per doiea. Q,ttarts, $1.50 per dozen. Half Gallon, $2.00 per dozen. Lymaa'i Tops and Rubbers. A. W. MINOR, CROCKERY CHINA AND GLASS, 51 Church Street, Opposite the Post Office, se22 dJtw Hoadley Building. THE by J as. E. HnitixxiiT, Veteran Comedian and Tratredian. A aeries of Dramatic Sketches rich In Anecdote and reference to favorite Actors and Actresses. TAGE1 fr':if-atr Agents wanted on KpecioJ Terms, j. oi. HAUJJJjA-tsX a irmtaopipnia, THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE FRICES OF MEAT, fee. Best Porter House Kteak, 16c ; Sirloin Steak, 16c. ; Round Steak, 12o. ; Rack Steak, 10c ; Corned Beef, Sc. ; Rib Boast, 10 to 15c ; Stew Beef, 6c ; Lamb, hindquarter, 14c ; Lamb, forequarter, 10c ; Teal, hindquarter, 14c. : Teal, forequarter, 10c Hsms, Rib snd Sausages at Wholesale prices. Vegetables in their season at farmers' figures. L. SHONBKRGEB, ' Nos. 1, S and S Central Market, (First Stalls from George street), Congress Ave, . sepiB Is Livery and Boarding Stable , For Sale at a Bargain. " L ' SATISFACTORY reasons for selling.. For fall in formation, call on or address Geo. A. Isbell, Office State St., corner Elm, Todd's Block:. sola IT IS A PLEASURE TO wait on my customers; they are all so good na tored and agreeable Why J Because they are buying cheap for cash. - Fine. Creamery Butter, 25c lb. 10e a pound less than small dealers or grocers are obliged to charge T Best Flour in tbe World, By the car load, fresh ground from new wheat, and sold at mill prices, which Is SI a barrel boJbw the re tail price. Best Ijebigb Coal, . Direct from the Lehigh Valley mines, and delirsred at hard pan prices for casK. - . George-W. H. Hughes, -IXDEFKXOEIVT DELAL.ER, seal - .. - ;." MChnrrh Street. .... ytiMt t4h Aioruts. hrttt aaf s; v 1 1. 4 ? ii .-Vhj ( y . For terms ad " .jgU Ureas. J. Wink Oon 0sil,tSi E3!!lL (illy " MDnATUKE ALMANAC. SEPTEMBER. 20. I Moon Rises, I I 10.01p.m. I Srm Ritas, Ira Sara, S.S1 6.61 HIGH WATSK, 4.00 p. m. , War Department Weather Observations, Taken at 7 a. m., p. m.,9 p. m. Sept 24. Barom eter, 30.888, 30.283, 30.290. Thermometer, 48, 6, 69. Wind, direction NE, S, 8W. Velocity, in miles per hour, 7, 8i Weather, clear, fair, clear. Maaimwa Thermometer, 66 degrees. Minimum Ther mometer, 43 degrees, ilaln-rall, in inches, . M.Yimnm Telocity ox tviso, o mues per nour. . WM. n. WBIGHT, "" . , ' , . ... 8ergt, Signal Corps, U. S. Army. MARRIAGES. DTTRTISSi BLAKELY In Bristol, Sent. 15th. George Curtiss of Union, and Miss Martha .A. Blakelyof ; Bristol. , -: 1 DEATHS. HOLT In Hartford, Sept. 22, William K. Holt, 43 years. ; - aged MARINE LIST. ffit PORT OF NEW HAVEN. - AmmrvKS ssptkmbeb 24. Sch Free Wind, Friable, Kennebec River, ice to H Ice Co., . " OXBAHED. Sch Julia A Berkelee, Crosby, NY. NOTICE. MY WIFE, Henrietta Mann, having deserted me, I hereby forbid all persons to trust her. ss I shall pay no Dwa eontraciea oy ner. uated at New Haven, this 24th day of September, 1880. seas 3t : CHAS. MANN. LiOST. - . TAKEN FROM Carll's Opera House, Monday night, Sept. 20th, a lady's basket cloth MANTLE, trim med witn lace sua xringe. ine nnder will be warded by leaving it at Townsend tt Briggs' coal of fice, 114 Church street, or at se25 2t THIS OFFICE. W. E. Chandler, VOCAL STUDIO, 30, 32 and 34 Hoadley Building:. sew xi - - Houses and Iiots For Sale or Ex chancre. . Cottage House, has 10 rooms, for sale at a bargain, near the line of the horse cars ; lot 52x160. A twofamily House on Ferry xeet, and would like to cet an offer for the -above houses are anxious to selL Also a number of first-class Brick Houses and others, located central, price and terms can be made satisfactory. Water front lots In West Haven, also lots in ounerent parts of the city. FOR RENT. A number of first-class Houses and Ten ements ; one furnished House, with all modern im provements : can be seen at any time ; to rent low. Money to loan on real estate. Real Estate Office 49 Church Street, noom a uoaoiey inuiaing. umce open evenings. -se25 I. F". COM STOCK, LOW PRICES. The New Haven Window Shade Co. Offer a large stock of WMow SMes iini Futures At Wholesale and Retail. A Good Spring Fixture, 30c A Good Cord Fixture, 15c. t Manufacturers' Agents for Tlie BisseU Carpet Sweeper, The Elm City Carpet Sweeper and Parrea Bros. Spring Beds. We give a free trial. se25 J. H. G. DURANT has just received another lot of genuine scotch .Pebble ttnectacles. which ha ia illing at $2.50. Also a Iarse assortment of other Spectacles and Eye Glasses, which he offers at low prices ; every pair warranted as represented. A good assortment of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry at DU RA NT'S, 38 Church street, near Crown. All kinds of work done at short notice and warranted to give sat isfaction. P. 8. Diamonds and fine Jewelry reset wnueyou wait. . se25 All sizes furnished promptly to order. rpy Southern Pine Flooring". Ceiling and Step-Plank a Specialty Kiln-Dried and Dressed In Any Manner. (lAIXandseeour North Carolina Flooring and j Ceiling. It is clean and cheaper than White Pine and takes paint as good as Pine,or it can be finished with oil as it has a handsome grain. We have on hand Southern Cypress, the most dura ble of all wood. New Haven Steam Saw Mill Co.. Office, Foot of Chapel Street, s25 tf New Haven, Conn. The Downes News Co. HAVE on hand and are daily receiving invoices of Photographic Frames, Hand Mirrors. Photo graphs of all the celebrities, Easels direct from the manufactory. Full sets of Seaside Library constant ly on hand. Subscriptions received for all monthly and weekly publications at publishers' rates. We de liver the New York Bailies and all other subscriptions at residences without extra charge. f or sale oy tiik uuwaeis nusws ju., se25 851 Chapel St., 5 Exchange Building. Where Is He ! Wbere is tbe Man tbat Beats tbese Prices? GOOD St. Louis Flour, 80c bag. Nice Pastry Flour, 80c bag. xaoie nutter, 'juo ID. Granulated Sugar, 9 V lbs. for $1. Extra C Sugar, 10.X IBs. for 11. The best brands of Flour and choicest grades of Butter at lowest prices. New Haven Flour and Butter Store. GO CROWN STREET. se25 A few doors below Charch St. . TTnrriniisA nranAs. WE shall offer Hothouse Grapes for sale this morning. se24 H. K. HA III i & SON. LOST, N THIS CITY, Wednesday night, from 162 Grand street, a NEWFOUNDLAND DOG. ten months old. with white neck and white feet. Answers to the name " Borer." A liberal reward will be paid for his re turn to FRANK HUGO, se2 3t 162 Grand street. . For Rent or For Sale, A MASON A Hamlin Cabinet Organ of superior tone and in Rood order. Bent ressonable. or will sell very low. . E. KIMBEKLY, seat at 17 uraoiey atreet. THE VERYsREST Early Rose Potatoes at 70c. per bushel. ine very nest ueiaware sweet potatoes at z&c pr pic 60 boxes nice loose Raftins at 10c per lb. ISO boxes good cheese at 8c. per lb. Nice Block Island Codfish at 6c per lb. Fat salt Mackerel at 24c per doz. Canned Corn Beef at 35c. Fresh country Eggs at 22c per doz. We sell the best Teas for the least money. - . M. Welch & Son, Nos. 28 and 30 Congress Avenue. sez a. . Register copy. ' DR. S. W. FISKE. Til. Celebvattecl C'lli-vo yavnt Pltysieiaia and jomcnetic JtaeaMer, isnsineas and Teat Mediant, la permanently located in hew Haven, Conn. 1 Office No. XIO Chapel Street, WHERE he can be consulted regularly every .month from the morning of the 10th until the 37th at noon. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Dr. Fiske has had twenty-nine years' experience In the practice of medicine, and has made thousands of lb. mast astonishing cores of all caronie and long standing diseases of whatever name or nature. Those wno are amictea wi .j " .i imu wiuuu con sult Dr. Fiske at onoa, no matter how long you have been .nt of health or what diseases you are suffering from, or how many doctors you hare employed in Tain, or how much medicine you have taken, or haw little faith you. have. He will tell yon at once the na ture of the disease and where it affects you the most, and the progress it has made upon the system, and describe the symptoms thereof ; and will furnish medicines prepared from the best of selected roots, to those who wish, fortheir speedy snd permanent cure at a reasonable price, either by the Week or month. The doctor alas gires varaaoie aanoe on nusiness matters, and all the affairs or me, both social and tnmdA iiudndinaT Journeys, lawsuits, sains, losses. absent friends, and great saocess In selecting lucky numbers. Sittings xor smunn anurs or examina tion of the sick, fl. Communication, by letter upon business or health must contain L age, sex, a lock f hair and stamp. Address Look Box 1,253, Norwich, Ct. TAJUS MUXMJSi. .imwui o vuu -unoge- port or again this season. Patients wishing an mMDlt th. Doctor will find him at his office. 270 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn-, the days mentioned above. He will also be at the City Hotel, South Nor walk. Ct. Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 28 and 29. Csi Dr. a W. riSMTS VALUABLE LINIMENT. Fsrsaleby aUIW-ngglats. - TESTIMONIAL FROM Willi. na M. GrauesUas, vlr HSTea, Coaa. This is to certify that for several years I waa afflict ed with Disease of the Uver and Kidneys, and was troubled very much with Dyspepsia and a constant Pain in my Back and Affection of the Spine. I was unfit for amy hard labor. I was treated by several physicians, but never received any permanent bene nt until I applied to Dr. Fiske, and I am sstlaned he lathe only one that ever understood my ease. He ex ..vi nw, Mitrvovsntly snd explained my diseases satisfactorily, and prepared medicines which reached the seat of my aisesscs oww. ts era! magnetic treatments, which entirely removed the pain in my back snd spine. I have been under his treatment only two months, snd I feel better now than I have before for two years, and I think I am nearly enrad. I would advise all who are afflicted to consult the Doctor at once. If he can do for yon what he has done for me, you will ever have cause to feel grateful. Sincerely yours, AOT,00 Teeth! G.H.Gidney Botwesat Stat, and Oransa, Nor tat Side. Has received another, stock of those 95 TEETH, also higher grades of Teeth, at prices 26 per cent low er tha. they can be obtained at any other ftrst-class dental office in the city. All other operations in pro. portion. Offios hours, aa.tsip.at ..Perfect sat afacUon or no charge made. o31 Brand Bap News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. SOUTHERN WAR CLAIMS. Hancock Heard Prom on the Subject, i ) ' No Chance of Their Succeeding. So Declares the Democratic ' Standard Bearer. VICTORIA'S BAND OP HOSTILES, War to the Knife Declared Against - Them. fOMTICAIi. Southern Wsr Clsvlms Hancock Sits Dows on His Southern So p porters Would Veto All Southern Claims Legig lsvtion. New Yobk, Sept. 24. General Hancock has written a letter on the subject of rebel war claims in reply to a letter from Theodore Cook, of Cincinnati. The correspondence is as follows : Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 20 1680. General W. S. JIaiwock, Governor't IiHand, N. T.: Dear Sir I enclose slips cnt from the Gazette and Commercial of this city, both of them newspapers of large circulation and in fluence in Ohio and Indiana, referring, as you will see, to the much -harped-upon sub iect in our politics of rebel claims. These newspapers and Republican stump speakers are constantly asserting that if you are elect ed President the claims of the disloyal people of the South for losses sustained in the war will be allowed and paid by the United States. They further direct special attention to the fact that this charge has been made against the Democratic party and that you, its candidate for .President, nave not denied it. Tins war. fare is made in all seriousness and maintained with great earnestness, and repeated day af ter day in the press and in speeches. - You are known to the country as a frank, honest soldier. Now the representative ef the Dem o cratic party and having a right to speak for it. whatever you may say the people will hear and believe. I submit the matter to your good judgment as to what you should say, or whether you should make any public utterance at all. Very respectfully yours, Theodobx Cook. Govebnob's Island, N. Y.f ) Sept. 23, 1880. f To Theodore Cook, Esq., Cincinnati, O. : Dear Sir Your letter of the 20th instant has been received. I regret that you are disturbed about the effect of that bvgbear "Southern war claims." The people cannot be misled by it to suppose that rebel claims," or claims in the interest of persons who were in the rebellion, can in any way or in any de gree be countenanced. It is an imputation of disloyalty such as used to be made against Democrats, even when they were m arms de fending the country. So far as it touches me, I denounce it. The Government can never pay a debt or grant a pension or re ward of any sort for waging war upon its own existence. Nor could I be induced to ap prove or encourage the payment of such debt, pension or reward. Nobody expects or wants unnatural action. To propose it would be an insult to "the -intelligence or hon or of our people. When the rebellion was crushed the heresy of secession in every form and incident went down forever. It is a thing of the dead past. We move forward, not backward. If I were President I would veto all legislation which might come before me providing for the consideration or pay ment of claims of any kind for losses or damages by persons who were in the rebel lion, whether pardoned or not. In relation to' "Union war claims," the Government's obligations to its defenders come first. They are lasting and sacred. The public laws of civilized nations do not in general recognize claims for injuries to prop erty resulting from the operations of war. Nevertheless, our Govern ment has treated with great indul gence the claims for losses and damages suf fered by Union men from the military opera tions of the war for the Union.- But as hos tilities were closed more than fifteen years claims of that nature.now mostly in the hands of brokers or persons other than the original sufferers, are becoming stale, and in my judg ment might fairly be considered as barred by the lapse of time, and if hereafter entertained at all should be subjected to the strictest scrutiny. Yours very truly. W infield a. Hancock. Republican Prospects In the Doubtful States. Washington, Sept. 24. Secretary Evarts arrived here yesterday, and has been busy ever since in straightening up the routine business of his department. To-day he pre sided at a special meeting of the Cabinet. No business was transacted, the object of the meeting being simply for consultation as to how public business was progressing. There was some political gossip indulged in, but that was confined to express individual opin ions as to the probable result in Indiana next month, and the prospects in other doubtful States. Those present agreed in the opinion that Indiana is safe for the Republicans and that New York, New Jersey and Connecticut would give their electoral votes for Garfield and Arthur in November. It was not thought the result of the recent election in, Maine would produce the least advantage to the Democrats in Indiana or any other State. Secretary Evarts will deliver his first speech in the campaign on Wednesday evening of next week at Cooper Institute, New York. The speech will be an elaborate one, and will deal with the political problem in all its ses. He is thoroughly of opinion that the Bepublicans will carry New York in No vember, and that Garfield and Arthur will be elected. The Secretary is also of opinion that New Jersey and Connecticut will give Republican majorities in November. In regard to the bpamsn outrages, the Secretary said this afternoon that he did not anticipate the least difficulty in settling the business, spam was not desirous of pro voking a quarrel with -the United States. The negotiations are progressing favorably. A W ise Fusion in Virginia. Washington, Sept. 24. Colonel Brady, a prominent Republican and collector of inter nal revenue at Petersburg, Ya.," visited Wash ington to-day. He thinks that the Bepubli cans cannot possibly carry th electoral rote of the State, and therefore it is to their inter est to vote with the Beadjuster party, in order to help break up the Democratic party in the State and thus start the entering wedge that will ultimately split the solid South. He thinks that with the aid of . the Bepublicans the Beadiusters will carry the State bv a handsome majority, and that hereafter that party will control the State, at least for some years to come. He also thinks it will be the policy of the Re adjusters to act with the Be publicans in order to preserve the fruits of their victory in the coming contest. THE XATIOKALi CAPITA! Victoria's Basil A Combination for Their Conqncil Stern DoternaNiatton of the Hostile. Washington, Sept. 24. The latest in formation received at th. War office from Victoria and his band is decidedly interesting and leads to the anticipation of exciting news from that quarter at an early day. It seems that the Indians had taken cover in the fast nesses of the Coralories mountains in Mexico not far from the Bio Grande, and. at the so lieitatioH. of Colonel Vallo, commanding the Mexican forces, a combination, had been formed between the forces under his com mand and the United States troops tinder command of Colonels - Grieraon and Buell. The purpose of the combination was to , sur round the Tnnian. oh all sides and move simultaneously to their attack. It is believed that this movement will result in the capture or total annihilation of the Indians. At the War office it is believed that the Indians win fight to the death, that not one of them will surrender. The mountains where the Indi ans have taken refnge are of the most rugged character, peculiarly adapted for ambuscades and bushwhacking, and if the troops should succeed in penning the TndiaTm up there will be some lively fighting. It is, however, the desire of both governments that Victoria and his band should be speedily captured or an nihilated, and it is believed that one or the other will be accomplished by the combina tion referred to. It i? understood that Vic toria's board is now composed entirely of Mescatero Apaches, the best 1 mountaineers among the southern Indians, qual in every respect to the best of the Utes, and a hard fight is expected. Report In the Hamgauett Inquiry. ' ' Washington, Sept. 24. The report of Messrs. Beck with and Hovey, who investi gated the Stonington-Narragansett disaster, has been forwarded to General Dumont. They find, after careful review of all testi mony and .circumstances of the .collision, that George F. Nye, master of the Stoning- ton, did, . or through his pilot, alter her course for the Narragansett without giving the proper signals as required : that " he failed to stop his steamer without properly locating the Narragansett or until proper signals could be given, answered and under stood as required. Upon sighting the Nar ragansett, through carelessness or forgetful- ness the signal was given to start the steam' er, which caused the collision. Upon his own admission there was found in Captain Nye a disposition to totally disregard the law as far as it relates to the conveyance and transportation of a greater number of pas sengers than allowed by law, and in conse quence thereof he is liable to the penalty prescribed by section 4,413 for the violation of pilot rules, and his license as master and pilot would be revoked had it not already expired by limitation. The inspectors find that Captain Young, master of the Narragansett, proceeded upon his trip without the engineer's department of his steamer in charge of a chief engineer, as required by law ; that, while claiming to be jn charge of the whole of his steamer and re sponsible for her navigation, upon sighting the Stonington and after the signal had been given to alow and stop, through carelessness or excitement the signals were given to go ahead, thereby forcing his steamer across the track of the Stonington, and also contribu ting to the collision of the two steamers. Captain Young is also charged with poor judgment in leaving his steamer in a lifeboat with his pilot so soon after the collision with so many passengers remaining on board, and in consequence of this and other violations his license as master ana pilot of steam ves sels is revoked. The steamboat company censured for not providing the Narragansett with a complement of licensed engineers and the number of watenmen required by law. The Contention for "Old Probabilities." Washington, Sept. 25. The efforts of civ ilian scientists to take from the signal service the meteorological branch . has had the effect to rouse the almost united opposition of the army. The success of the observations taken in all parts of the country depends in a great measure upon the army discipline which is applied to all employes of the bureau, and army officers contend that this discipline cannot be enforced by the . civil departments of the Government. They are firm in their opposition to a division of duties, contending that it will prove of incalculable advantage to the army to have a portion of its officers and men mstructed m the meteorological service. Such a knowledge would prove of great ad vantage, as in time of war a forecast of the weather would prove of great assistance in moving large bodies of troops. It is known that the Secretary of War is opposed to di viding the duties of the signal bureau, and that in this view he is sustained by all the prominent officers of the army. Capital Notes. Washington, Sept. 24. The Commissioners of the District to-day granted permission to the- Putnam Phalanx of Hartford, Conn., to pass through the District between Oct. 16th and 24th with arms. Postmaster General Maynard to-day issued an order reaffirming the order - heretofore is sued excluding card matter other than postal cards from the mails except at first-class rates, but postponing its operation until Jan uary 1, 1881. An order was to-day issued from the Post- office department forbidding the delivery of money orders or registered letters to the Aussan Banking company of 35 and 37 Broad street and 7'J and 113 Nassau street, New York. The Government receipts for the current month to date are : From customs sources, $13,000,000; from internal revenue sources, 8S8.000.000: total. S21.000.000. The ex penditures are $1,300,000, including $4,000, 000 pegsion claims paid. It is estimated that the decrease of the debt for the month will be at least $10,000,000. THEOLDWOBLD. Great Britain. - Gold for New York. London, Sept. 24. The Hamburg Ameri can Line steamer Gellert, Captain Khule- weiu, has sailed from Hamburg for New York. She took out $25,000 in gold. The bullion withdrawn from the Bank of England to-day ($500,000) is for shipment to the United btates. Cable Companies Pooling Their Issues. London, Sept. 24. At the meeting of the joint boards of the Anglo and Direct cable companies held to-day in London, M. Poyer Quertier and Monnier, on behalf of the French company, signed a working agree ment by which the receipts of the three com panies are to be pooled and the French com pany is to receive sixteen per cent, of the whole traffic. The scale of rates is to be raised to two shillings on and after October 1st. This arrangement is received with great disfavor by the mercantile communities and the charge is freely made that the French company, while it has not violated its char ter, has evaded the purpose of cheap tele graphy which it was organized to provide and promote. The formation of the pool is the death warrant of the a rencn company. France. A Strange Phase of Scientific Enthusi asm. Pabis, Sept. 24. M. Xavier Vert, whose name was not long since brought prominent ly before the scientific world in connection with an ingenious apparatus of his own in vention called the ' polyscope for examining the interior of human bodies, now once more comes before the public in the rather com plex role of villain, sophist, lover and scien tific enthusiast. M. Vert has just been tried and convicted here on the serious charge of corrupting and seducing a number of young women. When arrested he was surrounded by thirteen beautiful houris in the airiest of costumes. Vert urged in defence that he had been carried away by scientific enthusiasm, and that the interesting young women were merely subjects, but the court declined to admit this curious plea and sentenced him to three months imprisonment. NEW ENGLAND. Rhode Island. Commemoration of Bristol's Two Hun dredth Anniversary. Pbovidicnce, Sept. 24. The town of Bris tol celebrated to-day the two hundredth an niversary of its settlement in a very success ful manner. The day was delightful, and the town is full of returning sons and daughters from all quarters of the country. . Last night there was a general illumination, and this morning the town was gaily dressed and dec orated. . A national salute was fired at sun rise, and the church bells were rung an hour. A procession, in five divisions, was formed at half-past 10 o'clock, comprising military es corting State and town officers; a company of gentlemen in ancient costume, carrying and guarding the flag presented to the town in 1770 by Colonel By field; the fire depart ment ; sons and daughters of Bristol and representatives of the trades. The Column moved through the streets to a tent on tne common, where Mr. Le Baron Colt delivered an address of welcome. Professor J. Lewis Dinan. of Brown University, delivered an oration ; Bishop Howe, of Central Pennsyl vania, read a poem, and the school children sang an original ode and hymn. In the evening there was a erana paraae on the Common and three very fine private receptions to the more prominent guests of the day. A few fireworks wound up celebration. the NEW JERSEY. " Natural Summer Ic. Rouse. Newtown, Sept. 24. A natural curiosity exists at the foot of. the Blue Mountains, a few miles west of this place, in the shape of an ice gorge which lasts all the year round. The gorge is several hundred yards in extent, from ten to thirty feet deep, with large caves and clefts in the rocks which the ice lines. The shade at the., gorge is very dense, the rays of the sun apparently never reaching the earth. The entire bottom of the ravine is now filled with ice, much of which no doubt has lain there for many years, each winter adding to the store. During the recent warm weather, when the thermometer in this vil lage marked 91, it registered only 37 degrees at tbe bottom of the gorge. ' A few feet from one nd of this ravine a cold crystal spring bubbles from the ground. The water tastes slightly of iron- The owner of the farm on which this natural wonder is says Jhat the immense mass of ice has been there certainly forty or fifty years. All the neighbors go to it lor ice in summer. The 'Hudson River Tunnel Another , Body In Sight. . Jebset City, Sept. 24. Part of another body is in sight, but work in the caisson was impracticable to-day as tbe air has escaped so rapidly that it is found new ssary to remove all the laborers from the caisson and employ them in filling op outside with silt, the' au thorities being airaid to put on more air pressure lest it strain the caisson. Work wag j ii . 1 . i - i - resunieu on uie msiuu uus evening. THE WEST. Michigan. fatal Explosion of a Boiler. Monboe, Sept. 24. At about 9 o'clock this morning a boiler in Loose & Sons' fruit dry ing establishment exploded with terrific force, demolishing the building and killing the engineer, Henry O'Brien, and two others and wounding more or less many of the em ployes. Sixteen women and eleven men were employed in the concern, a number of whom were severely injured by the explosion and falling walls. Those Killed were H. O Bnen, engineer ; jj. Martin, cutter, and a boy, . Hobiman. The wounded are William Foght, John Sewell, John Annis, Mrs. Ochren, Mrs. Schaub, Mrs. .Bishop, Mrs. (Jrerdell and stranger named Fairbanks. The loss to Loose & Sons is about $5,000. . Indiana. A Telegrapher. Fatal Mistake A Train Collision Results from an Error In Transmission Several Train Hands Killed and Injured. Indianapolis, sept. 2. A collision oc curred between a passenger and freight train on the Vandalia railroad this morning. The accident happened on a trestle, forty feet high, over Clear creek, nine miles west of this city. The freight was east-bound, and the passenger was an extra made up at In dianapolis to carry through passengers when the Pan Handle connecting train at Indian apolis is late. It was near three hours late in leaving Indianapolis and two hours and twenty-one minutes behind the regular train at Terre Haute. A train order was sent to the coming freight train to run two hours and fifteen minutes on the time of the extra. In transmitting the order it reached the freight giving two hours and fifty min utes. The accident occurred because of the mistake of thirty-five minutes. Both trains were running rapidly at the time and there is a slight curve at the trestle where they met. All efforts to stop were unavailing when they came in sight of each other. After reversing the engine, the engineer and fireman on the freight jumped from the lo comotive and escaped with slight injuries. The engineer of the passenger train, Oscar Rankin, and the fireman, William Saunders, stuck to their engine, and in the crash which ensued on the trestle, were thrown with the locomotive to the ground and in the horrible tangle of machinery were instantly killed. besides being frightfully mangled. Of the occupants of the postal car, Benjamin W. Dillehunt, the clerk in charge, is supposed to be fatally injured. Ellis Miller and Wil liam Lewis, agents, were both badly hurt. The rest of the cars, though badly jarred, were not broken up and there were no other injuries to persons of a serious nature. The passenger train was a light one, there being only through passengers on it. PACIFIC COAST. California. Sharp fight With Jail Birds. San Fbanoisco, Sept. 24. Five convicts escaped from the Idaho State prison by over powering a guard who had them at work out side the penitentiary building. They took away his weapons and made for the brush. A party started in pursuit and overtaking the convicts were ttrea upon, sergeant N din ger and one other soldier of the First cavalry received severe wounds. The pursuers re turned the fire, killing William B. Treat, the leader of the convicts, and badly wounding two others of the gang. The officers are still in pursuit of the two still at large. PENNSYLVANIA. Recovering Prom Her Severe Operation. Philadelphia, Sept. 24. Mrs. Burnell, the dwarf upon whom the Caesarian operation was performed on Wednesday, is still alive. Her condition is improving and it is thought she will recover. She is not yet out of dan ger, but the physicians say if peritonitis does not set in she will recover. EIRE RECORD. A Big Blaze in Brooklyn A Loss of $350,- 000. Brooklyn, Sept 2i.t fire this evening in the large window shade manufactory of An drew Barriclow, No. 53 Sedgwick street, com pletely destroyed the building together with a building on the opposite side of the street occupied by the same firm, and also Watson's tobacco factory adjoining the latter building. The loss on Barriclow's building is estimated at $100,000 and on stock and machinery at $50,000, while that on Watson's building is estimated at $50,000 and the same On stock and machinery. It is- understood that every thing is fully insured, though details could not be obtained as the owners live some dis tance from Brooklyn and could not be seen to-night. Two hundred workmen are thrown out of work by the destruction of Barriclow's building and about 150 men and girls by that of Watson's factory. New York City. New Yobk, Sept. 24. A Grseco-Boman wrestling match to-night between Edwin Bibby, of England, and The abaud Bauer, of France, resulted in a victory for Bauer. Bauer won the fiast fall, Bibby tion in prices, and to-day another failure was announced, that of John Levy, wholesale dealer in clothing, 481 Broadway, who made an assignment to Harks Celler, giving thir teen preferences aggregating $21,310.86. The firm have been in business many years, and formerly had a barnch at West Meriden, Conn., and four years ago claimed a capital of $50,000, which has been gradually eaten up. Their liabilities are about $50,000 and assets will probably realizq,30 to 40 cents on the dollar. MOVEMENTS OE JSTEAMERS. New Yobk, Sept. 24. Arrived, the Acapul- co from Aspinwall. Antwerp Arrived, the Bhynland from New York. London Arrived, the Utopia from New York. , Queenstown Sailed, the City of Richmond Queenstown Arrived, (9 p. m.) the Both nia from New York, Sept. 15. . for New York. Larne Sailed, the State of Alabama for New York, lying repaired. Liverpool Arrived, tne Wyoming from New York, the Caspian from Baltimore, the Brazilian from Boston. Sailed, the Ohio for Philadelphia; Hamburg Arrived, tne cimona from New York. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. During a dispute Thursday at Strata, Ala., over the settlement of an account Dr. Cham bers shot and killed Mr. Brown, the village blacksmith. Base ball yesterday : At Chicago, Chica- gos 8, Clevelands (i ; at Cincinnati, Cincinna ti 8, jyuffalos 5 ; at irovidence, Providence 2, Troys 1 ; at Worcester, Worcesters 16, Bostons 2. - In the Superior Court at Portland, Me., yesterday, John F. Lowe was sentenced to State prison for life for the murder of his brother, Joseph A. Lowe. Sally Morrissey, for killing her bastard child, wag also sen tenced to State prison for lif o. FINANCE AND TRADE. Special Correspondence of Jouknal ahd Courier. - Jobs H. Davis a Co., "I Bankers snd brokers, 17 Wall etreet, - . New Yobk, Sept. 2. 1880. ) The Stock Market. The railway and miscellaneous shares were active to-day, and made a farther decline on the lower prices of yesterday, the market having been a declining one all the way through save for occasional natural but temporary rallies. The Bond Market. The District of Columbia 545s yielded to i&X. In State bonds Tennessee sixes, old bonds, were strong at 42, and South Carolina non fnndable selling at 4. Railroad bonds were largely traded in at irregular prieea. Government bonds closed as follows z 1880a, reg 102j New 4s, reg 107X 1880s, coup ...102 New Is, coup. .. . 108X 1881a, reg..... 104 Currency 6s 125 1881a, Coupon ...... .104 Union Pacific, 1st. ..112X New Ss, reg 102j ' Land Grants 117 New Se, coupon.. ...102)i -Sinking Funds... ...117 New4Js, reg..-. 109)4 Central Pacific 112J New 4XS, coup. . .. ..109 Pscific 6. of 9S. - Stocks closed as follows ; A. a P. Telegraph . :. 40 Michigan Central . . . 92)f Ariaona Central . - - Milwaukee a St. Paul 91 j Am. List. Tel 74X do. pref... 112 boston W. P.. - Morris a Essex M0 ; 64 127 ' lit Mar. at Oin. 1st pref. Mar. a Cin. 2d pref. Mobile A Ohio Metropolitan.... Manhattan North Paclflo do. pref Nash a Chat Northwestern do pref ..... N. J. Central N Y. O. a Hudson.. N. Y., N. H. a H.. ... Ontario a West.. Ohio Central Ohio a Miss do. pref ...... Ontario Silver Peoria D.&E. pfd.... Panama ............ Pittsburg Psciflo Mail Quicksilver., do. pref. -. . 21J 91 do. pref..... .130 . aua central raoine a a a l 0. Cfcl. o Canada Southern. . . Caribou Chess. Ohio do. 2d pref. . do. 1st pref. Canton.. . ... ...... . Denver Jc Bio O... . DeL. Lack. A West. Del ft Hudson Deadwood.. Erie 2d consols Erie :.. Erie pref Excelsior Mining.. . Elevated , Fort Wayne Hart, a Erie, 1st... y.ff do. 2d Harlem Han. a St. 3o , 72 28 . 62 . 63 102 SB 20 26 128f 170 . 23 82 76 82 J. . 37 111 123 at 38f 15 S2 116 Bock Island Beading St. Louis a San Frn. San Francisco pref.. . San Fran. 1st pref. . . St. Paul, s O. M Standard ..... . Silver Cliff .... Sutro Terre Haute do. pref.'... Onion Pacific Wab., St. Louis k P.. do. pref. .. Western Union. do. pref 200 , T9X es 111K - 46V ' Sl 43 75 40 VA 31 79 88?,' S4 643i 07X do. pref..... Hbmestske Houston a Texas. . . . Illinois Central Iron Mountain.. Jersey. Kansas k Texas. Little Pittsburg Louis a N. Albany. . Louisville s Nash... Lake Shore Lake Erie a West... 139 105X 33 X ' Offered, EXPRESS STOCKS. 117 Wells, Fargo Ill 60 United States 50 Adams.... ... American Now fork Produce Market. New Yobk, Sept. 24. FLOUR Dull ; $4 60 a 6 75 for trade and family brands ; Southern floor in light request, inferior to verychoice shipping extras $4 85a6 25. WHEAT Opened irregular, while being firm, ow ing to scarcity, while other grades were HK lower ; the market closed steady however, with fair demand. Spot sales of ungraded red at $103al 07 V ; N- 3 red at $1 03) ; No. 3 do, at $1 06 al 06, and No. 1 white at SI OSli ; No. 1 white. Sept., sold at $1 08 ; do. Oct., at $1 06 ; No. 2 red, Sept., qnoted $1 06'al 06 ; do. Oct., $1 t6Vl 06. COBN Opened Vc. lower and closed heavy. Spot sales of No. 2 at 60a50 ; do. Oct., sold at 51', ; do. Nov., 52tf. OATS 2 to 4c. lower and moderately active : spot sales No. 1 white at 46 ; No. 2 do. at 4oA45 ; No. 1 mixed sold at 46 ; No. 2 do. at 44a46 ; No. 2 Chicago at 45c. BYE Quiet : 94a96 for western, BARLEY Nominal. PORK Oniet : ordinarv for earlv deliverv 15 23 a $15 to LARD. Inactive and weak. Spot sales of western steam at S8 3Xa8 35 ; olty steam at 8.25. BEEF Quiet and unchanged. CUT MBAT8 Quiet but steady; pickled hsms, 7'4al()Vc. do shoulders 6ia6y. WHISKY Dull and nothing doing. n, SPOT COTTON Steady : middlines. 11 5T: futures steady. BUTTER Held steady : onite active trade for choice grades, principally for local wants ; otherwise there is moderate request. We quote : Creamery, finest, 31a 32 ; do. good to prime 2930 ; do fair to good 27s 28; State firkins choice, at 27.28: do f au to prime 26a26 : State palls and half tubs, cholm. 28a 29 ; do good to prime 2Ga27 ; do fair to good 25a 26 ; State Welsh tube, choice, 26a27 ; do. good to prime 20a22; do fair to hoik? 19a20; western dairy, fresh extra 23a25 ; do. good to prime 20a22 ; do. fair to good 19a 20 ; western factory, fine, 20a21 ; do. good to prime n' alS ; do fair to good at 16j4al7. IiOCAIi NEWS. Tlie State Fair. A Successful Exhibition Premiums The Trotting. The State Fair at Meriden closed yester day. It has been a notable success. The at tendance each day has been large. The re ceipts Wednesday were $1,700 and yester day's must have equalled that amount. ADDITIONAL PEEMTUMS. The following are Some of the most promi nent of the additional awards : Grade Steers or other breeds comnetincr torethnr Three year old Charles Parker. Two year old Charles Parker. One year old S. H. Peck. Stallions Sweepstakes W. B. Cob IBuckinsham one horse appeared with his progeny). Six year old Arthur Sherwood. Three vear old IL R. VhIIbm Two year old John Morgan. Colts Four year old William Shannon. Three year Nelson Hall. Two year old Bartholomew & coe. une year old Alva B. Coe. Mare and foa) of 1880 Alva B. Coe. ATBSHIBE3. Sweepstakes Bulls. S. M. a D. Wells. Wctherslleld. first, for Bed Wing. Cows. S. M. a D. Wells, for Dolly. Bulls Three year olds Charles Parker first. Two year olds 8. M. a D. Wells first, Newman E. Sears second. Yearlings 8. M. a D. Wells first for King Arthur, Charles Psrker second for Highland Win. Ed ward Malley third. Calves Charles Parker first. Messrs. S. M. & D. Wells took nearly a i the chief premiums on Ayrshires at the New England fair. Apples Collection of (largest snd best) sixty varie. ties, P. M. Augur A SonB. Ten varieties, George A. Coe. Five varieties. Dennis Fowler. The judges award the premium of $2 offered for the best seeding apple to A. B. Coe. Pears Collection of Coe Bros. Five varieties, H. C. Woodman. Bartlett W. 8. a H. E. Savage. Shel don B. L. Whitehead. Seckel Linus Blrdsey. Peaches Crawford's late A. B. Coe. Old Mixon A. B. Coe. Stump of the World A. B. Coe. Presi dent Peaches T. a Gold. Plums Coe's Golden Drop T. S. Gold. Heine Churoh de Bourg T. 8. Gold. Damson T. 8. Gold. G ratios Collection foreign, very fine white, bv Charles Psrker. Catawba William A. Curtis. Clin ton A. B. Coe. Martha William A. Curtis. Pioneer LevtJS. Coe. Bogers, No. 15 William A. Curtis Ion A. B. Coe. Isabella P. M. Augur a Sons. Delaware D. Louxibnry. Best display of ackers and biscuit. State manufac turers, made byjs-.e firm C. D. Boss a Co. Good dis play of crackers New Haven Baking comranv. T. Broderick, Salladee triple spring for road wagon. jnanvnie, imuiey a Co., best single ana double car riages. 8. N. Beecher, best two-seated, no -top family wagon. Boston rmcsDoara compsny, largest and best exhi bition. Evergreen Cemetery. A very handsome new monument has just been erected in the Evergreen cemetery to the memory of thiate Ebenezer Arnold, well remembered by our citizens as long one of State street's prominent merchants, and whose successor in business is his son, Councilman George S. Arnold, captain of the New Haven Grays. The monument stands on the "hill" in the portion of the cemetery where are the Mitchell, English and various other notably fine monuments. It was from the establish ment of our townsmen, T. Phillips & Son, and both in design and execution ranks high as fine work. It is a beautiful obelisk. There are three massive base stones, the main base being five feet square. On the upper one, which is molded, is cut the name "Arnold." The die is exquisitely polished on all four sides and bears the memorial inscription in raised letters. The obelisk, base and cap are highly polished and ornamented. The whole is of the exquisite dark Quincy granite and reflects great credit npon New Haven taste and skill, and honors the memory of a sub. stantial, sterling man. Personal. Dr. Sheffrey, of Bridgeport, sails Tuesday for Europe. Bev. W. H. Boole speaks in Danbury on the 29th on the "license" question. Judge Blake, of Bridgeport, speaks at a Democratic meeting at Watertown, Monday afternoon. B. E. Stanton, of Bridgeport, bought the Wells estate in that city at auction, Thurs day, for $9,000. Sherman J. Nettleton for assessor, and Al fred Jackson and Asahel Nettleton for select men, are Durham's Democratic nominations. Judge York will preside at the joint polit ical debate at the Atheneum this evening be tween Pigott, Democrat, Yale '78, and Por ter, Bepublican, '80. Mr. Frederick S. Stevens, of Bridgeport, injured recently in an accident in New Hamp shire, has recovered the use of his limbs suf ficiently to return home. He is able to get about his room on crutches. He speaks highly of the railroad officials' care- and atten tion for him. Nine members of the Hartford Bicycle Club, with F. C. Penfield of the Globe at their head, rode down to Meriden on bicycles Thursday morning, being two hours and a half on the road. They came by way of New Britain, where they stopped and had their pictures taken. The club dined at the Meriden House and attracted much attention. 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 floods 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 S IO Chapel St., Lyon Building:. se7 dtf Jhnr. ft Ced. Bapids. Boston Air Line, p. . Chicago, Bur. a Q.. Chicago and Alton- W&mds. WANTED, A FURNISHED Boom by two single gentleC Ijttij men engaged in business ;-references ex Juiill changed. Address e25 ' a G.," this office. WANTED. - - A LADY instructress on sewing machines; one understanding all machines preferred. Address, stating machine best understood, se25 8t P. O. BOX 144, City. WANTED, A COMPETENT cook and second girl ; best of references required. Call between 7 and 8 In the evening at se25 2t - 63 WHITNEY AVENUE. WANTED, OFFICE WORK or other employment) age 38 ; ex cellent business experience; familiar with double entry- bookkeeping ; reference and character undoubted. Address se25 3f " AMERICAN," this office. WANTED. AN industrious, intelligent canvasser In a busi ness which will furnish excellent compensa tion and steady employment. Address se35 28 p. O. BOX 482. SITUATION WANTED, BY A respectable girl to do the cooking or general housework in a private family ; good reference given. Address se25 It ' 53 WINCHESTER AVENUE. SAMPLE STITCHERS WANTED immediately at the AMERICAN CORSET WORK8, Be 25 3t 22 and 24 Franklin Street. WANTED, A YOUNG man as assistant bookkeeper ; must be a fine penman and preference given to one with some experience and accustomed to invoicing. Ad dress, in own handwriting, " MANUFACTURER," se24 2t this office. WANTED, Kf EXPEBIENCED Corset Stitchers at l)U I. NEWMAN a CO.'S, se23 3t 106 Park street. WANTED, A FEW experienced rubber shoe and arctic hand. Apply to the CAN DEE RUBBER CO. eel 8 d&wlm New Haven. WANTED, BY an American woman of good address and first claM recommendations, a situation as house keeper to take the entire charge, fehe is also experi enced and can take entire charge of an Invalid, or would act as forewoman in an office or place of busi ness where honesty and capability is required. No objection to country. Apply at Library Rooms, .No. 75 Orange street. Ii B. Bartholomew. BROWS Employment Agency SUPPLIES private families, hotels and boarding houses with rHLable help in the city or country. The only office in the city doing business on the Bos ton plan. Servants with good reference are request ed to leave their address. Office and residence, 191 Meadow Street. se!7 lm ' F. W. BROWN. WANTED, . SM'ART, energetic man ; must have good refer ences ; salary 15 per week. OAY BROS. e6 256 Chapel Street, Garfield Building. WANTED TO buy, a lot of second-hand Furniture andCar pets. Highest cash price paid Orders by mat promptly attended to, at 02U 'MS tiuunun 01. GAUDEFKOY'S EJIIL,OYjWEXT 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. 33 Orange street, near Crown street. 82 GAPDEFROY. WANTED. 2,0O0 CLOTHES WRlNCrERS to repair. CARPET Sweepers, Fluting Machines, Richardson'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 Furnishing Store of GEORGE D. LAMB, the Wringer Man, Chapel street. Call and see the large variety of Beautiful Granite and Iron Ware Tea and Coffee Pots. ma9 dfcw . S. W. Searie, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, No. 5 Conn. Savings Bank Building,, o7 81 CHURCH 8TREET. muscntcnls. GRAM) OPERA HOUSE. F riday Evening and Saturday Matinee, Sept. 4t anil 23. Uncle Tom's Cabin! - You have seen Imitators, now see the great Original TOPSY ! MRS. ii. C. HOWARD And her splendid New York Company in her new ver sion of Mrs. Harriet Beecher 8towe:s immortal work, Uncle Tom's Cabin Together with the celebrated troupe of "Virginia Jubilee Singers. Saturday Evening. September 5th, with be produced with all its original effects, the STREETS OF KEW YURK. Great cast of characters. Jubilee Singers in spe cialties. Look at the prices. 35, 35 and 5Uc. Matinee, 25 and 35c. Children, 15c. Reserved Seats at Ixxim ls' Music Store. se23 4t CARLUS OPERA HOUSE. MANAGER DAN'L SHELBY. Saturday Evening, Sept. 25th. ELECTRIC SUCCESS OF THE SEA OF ICE! House Crowded least Night I - Everybody Delighted X The Greatest Spectacular Play ever produced to a New HaYen audience. Be sure and see it to-night. Machinery by C. McOrevy and assistants. Colored Lights by Peter Connoly. New and Original Mnslo by A. Von Duren. Mr. John Murray, Alex Fitzgerald, Miss Grace Cartland,and the en tire strength of our great company in the cast. In preparation, " The Three Guardsmen,' And other great productions. SPECIAL NOTICE. The management beg to inform their patrons and the public generally that there will be a Grand Ladies' Matinee of East Lymte at 2 p. m. Saturday, when the admission will be placed at5c to all parts of the house. N. B. -The prices at this house will be as follows until further notice : ADMISSION. Parquette, Parquet te Circle, Dress Circle .- 50 cents. Reserved Seats tB Family Circle 25 Reserved Seats 50 scl8 7t. NEW HAVEN OPERA HOUSE. Wednesday, September 2!th. Messrs. THAYER, SMITH & MOULTON have the honor of announcing the famoms Character gpmedian, Mr. Sol Smith Russell AS TOM DIIXOWAY, In Mr. J. E. Brown's new American Comedy in four acts, entitled EDGEWOOD FOLKS. Supported by his own company of Superior Artists. EDGEWOOD FOLKS has made the greatest hit of the present season in New York, having been per formed four consecutive weeks to overflow ing houses at Abbey's Park 1 heatre. Popular Pbiceb Seats for sale at Loo mis' Temple Monday morning. Be 25 it HEALTH LECTURES TO LADIES. Looinis' Temple of Music. DR. BANNING, SEN., of New York, will give a course of common-sense lectures on Health to ladies in Loo nils' Temple of Music, at 3 p. m. on Mon day, Tuesday and Thursday, the 26th, 27th and 29th insts. It will be his object to teach mothers and young ladies the art of developing strength and beauty of figure, the prevention of drooping, unequal hips and shoulders, and of spinal weakness and curvature ; also weaknesses and displacements of the female sys tem and how to remove the same by easy ana rational means. Admission free. se24 NEW HAVEN OPERA HOUSE. Matinee and Evening, Sept. 25. M ESSRS. Thayer, Smith and Moulton take pleas ure in presenting Mr. Bartley Campbells most famous play, MY P.ARTNER ! . IN WHICH Mr. LOUIS AI.DRICII AND CHAS. T. PARSLOE Will appear, supported by the same Superb Company which has performed this play to overflowing houses at the Union Square Theatre, N. V., and Globe Theatre, isoston. Admission, 35 and 60c Jtteservea seats, .do ana x. Matinee to commence at t evening at & Seats for sale at Loomis' Temple of Music,beginning Thursday a. m. 80 DANCING! All new Dances emanating from the Society of Pro fessors of Dancing, New York City, will .be taught. Private lessons any hour, day or evening. Private Classes or Seminaries attended in or out of town. Address H. O. OI1X, S3 3m ' 199 Crown Street. . Notice of Dissolution. , THE copartnership in business heretofore existing underthe nrm name of " CLARK BROTHERS" is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. The unset tled affairs of the late nrm will be attended to by John T. Clark. West Haven, Sept. IB, lg. aera at Bargains in Carriages ! WAGONS, Beach Wagons, Phtetons, Top Carria-. aes, 8hif tins Top. Patent Wheels, new and sec ond-hand. The .cheapest and best place in the eity to purchase anything in the above line is at the manu factory of D. TOB1N, 10 Howe street. N. B. lie pairing of all kinds promptly attended to and at low est rates. Carriages and Wagons stored and sold on oommission. ' se23 G. L. Ferris, (Formerly of the old APOTHECARIES' HAM,) DRUGGIST, 511 and 513 State Street, Vaa .r Kim. will answer night oeU from hi residenceJ581 State,