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'Oct. 13, 1880.
vol. XLVm. Spmal Stoticts. Monsonj Carpenter Are showing the Largest Stock of Eicli Dress Goods and Fall Dress Fabrics, Including all the latest novelties in patterns and colorings manufactured now on exhibition P?68 meet every requirement. The assortment we now present has never been sur passed or equaled in be.au ty and variety and low prices in New Haven. Our stock of Black bilks are fully ten per cent, lower than they are being sold for in this city. Our Colored "7 cneap. we are the Silk House of iTo' ' na oiorea uamassie oilks. so men Jjiacic Satin de Lyon, for Cloaks. CO inch Sicilian Silfaj for Circulars. Keady-Made Cloaks. New Winter Cloaks now on ex hibition. Fringes, Passementeries and Gimps, Bibbons and Laces. A visit to our store will convince you to it we have tho largest assortment of Dry Goods ever shown in this citv and of. i--i yi ii V . 1 . . " vni7VMfvA9 prices. Jlloiisoii & 08 8 We Invite Of any and all persons intending to furnish immense stock of Carpets, Paper Hangings, Drapery Curtains, and Cur tain Materials. In Carpets we have a fine line of Egyptian, Tapestry Brussels. Ingrain Carpets from all adelphias, Bromley Bros.,' and every make in Also a new invoice of those Woven Crumbs. away wunout ordering one. eit crumbs m all sizes and prices. Turkey Bugs, all prices. Smyrna Bugs. Imported and Domestic Bugs of all kinds. Goods cheerfully shown whether you purchase or not. Call and examine them. 151. . EES- TST1T! TO.ra.TTj 30 Chapel Street, IVew Haven, Ct., o!) s I Always Q O TO FURNISH GOOD o GO -5 1 141 Cliureli St., lele Building. Respectfully, 145 Long Wharf. TOWNSEND & BRIGGS. Dyeing,Cleaning andLaundrying OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Laces and Lace Curtains, Window Shades and Damask Curtains, Muslin, Rep and Brocatejle Curtains, Car pets, Crumb Clothe and Rugs, Silks anp Silk Dresses, Merino, Cashmere and Poplin Dresses, Fringes, Gimps, Braids, Feathers, Ribbons, Kid Olovos, So. Crapes and Crape Veils, Gents' Coats, Pants and Teste. Laundrying of Shirts, Collars, Cuds, Underwear, Counterpanes, Pillow Shams, etc., etc Everything guar anteed first-class. Sole proprietor for the State of Connecticut of the celebrated Troy Patent Machine for 1 aundrying collars and cuffs. EDI CITY WYE WORKS AND STEAM LAUNDRY, 360 and 178 m2 WEDDING PRESENTS. BENJAMIN & FOKD, Dealer in GOLD, SILVER, BKONZE, PORCELAIN, In the Arts. FAIENCE, &c. Open Evenings. oSl QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS! AT BRETZFELDER'S, : 12 Capel Street. Our Prices are Lower than any Other Store in the City. We have small expenses, there fore we can afford and will sell at lower prices than the large estab lishments, who have enormous ex penses, which the consumer must pay in the way of large profits. The following prices will convince the reader that we are selling at lower prices than any ether store in this city. Gray Beaver Cloth for Ulsters, 30c. Gray Twilled t liimel, 12xc Red Twilled Flannel, 25c. Blue Twilled Flannel, 25c. Good Canton Flannel, Tc. Gray Army Blankets, 50c. Good Bed Comforters, 75c. Good Cotton Butting, 8c a pound. Ladies' Merino Vests and Drawers, 25c. Men's Merino Wrappers and Drawers, 25c. I Boys' Merino Wrapjiers and Drawers, 25c. Good Felt Skirts, 50c. Ladies' Woolen Shawls, SI. Children's Shawls, 25c. Men's Cardigan Jackets, 75c. Men's Scarlet Wool Wrappers and Drawers, $1. Ladies' Scarlet Wool Vests and Drawers, $1.25. Ladies' Canton Flannel Drawers, trimmed with Hamburg. 60c Ladles' Chemises, 32, 10 and 50c. Ladies' Night Dresses, 65, 75c, $1. Ladles' Dresses, trimmed with Hamburg, 32, 40, 50c. Twilled Toweling, 4c. Loom Damask Table Linens, 15c. $1 Corsets at 39c. Small size Corsets, ly.c. Lined Calico Wrappers, J?5c. Handsome Tartan Plaids, 12yc. Momie Cloth, 10c. All Wool Black Cashmere, 35c. Heavy Black Silk Twist Fringes, 37c. Rich Beaded Fringes. 37c. Elegant Passementeries, 25 and 3Cc. Black Silk Velvet, $1, worth 1.50. Silk Finished Black Velveteen, 3Cc. Black Satins, 65c. Good Black Dress Silks, 69c. POPULAR GOODS AT POPULAR PRICES S. BRETZFELDER'S, 312 Chapel Street. ol Sdfcw AT ' BEEBS' NATIONAL GALLERY 243 Chapel Street, Can be procured, the most perfect Card Photographs, elegantly finished, at only One and Two Dollars per down ; Jnat one-half the prices required at other OallerLes. Cabinets and larger sizes at prices equally as low. We have a large establishment, Mammoth Combination Light, And make from four to nine hundred Photographs Tery week that give the Tery best satisfaction. tar-ETsrybody invited to call and examine speci mens of our One work. o9s VARNISHES. OILS, ETC. A fall line of Varnishes, Leads, Oils, Painters' Materials, &c . Also IiOpers Slate Liquid. First-Class Goods and Low Prices BOOTH & LAW'S, Varnish Manufacturers Paint Dealsn, mall Cor. Water avnd Ollwe Bts Sgtthtl Sotites. this city. Plushes, Brocade Velvets, Black and Carpenter, 244 and 246 Chapel Street. the Attention or re-furnish their dwellings this Fall to our Japanese and Persian Patterns, in Body and the leading makers. Hartfords, Lowells, Phil- the market. Call and look at them and you will not go Opposite the Green. Ready Chapel Street, THOMAS FOESTTH. TheFallOpemng OF 1880 1 SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. We shall inaugurate s special sale of Dry Goods eve ry ween, commencing Monday, October 4, and contin uing the whole season. Our stock is simply immense in every department, comprising the grandest and most beautiful selections of the latest designs and novelties in French, German and American Dress uooas, ana suns, satins, Brocade Satins and Bilks. Velvets and Shawls of the finest quality and patterns. iMicsb utmiKUB iu .cngiian waiKing JacKets.ijJoaJis, plete in every particular, with all the French Novel ties in Flowers. Feathers and Bibbons. Our nrlnM rr mi iucbb (juuuB are marjiea aowc iower man anybody hod vau yuBBiuiy auii lupiii. Our Blanket Department Is loaded down with all the choice makes, from $1.50 np to iO. Our Flannel trade has increased to such an extent that we were obliged to put in more shelves. We can now supply the public with all the new shades in Flannel Suitings. Our Gents' Furnishing Department Is complete, and second to none in the city. We will give prices of a few of the many bargains offered in this department : Heavy Merino Shirts and Drawers, white and gray, at 24c. Extra Heavy Fine Scotch Wool at 65c. well worth 75c. Twenty-five dozen Med icated Shirts and Drawers at $1, worth $1.38, still bet ter at $1.50, sold elsewhere, and worth $2. We solicit an examination of the goods. Compare them with others. Ladies' Merino and Medicated Vests and Pants at a great bargain, 33c to $1.25. We will offer special inducements to the Ladies of this city this week 55 dozen Corsets. Among the lot are 20 dozen Coo ley Globe Corset, Patent Clasp Pro tector ; the whole lot will be sold at 49c a pair, worth 75c and $1. We shall make this Fall the grandest ef fort of our lives to try to please and cultivate a part of the trade of this city and county. The profits will be so low it cannot be otherwise. An examination solicited and goods freely exhibited in every depart ment with pleasure, by 11 Hi mi I & NIkiiiIh. 276 Chapel Street, And 79 Orange Street. 06 sods COAL AT A BARGAIN. I have a lot or Coal which I will sell at a Bargaiif. Levi 0. Gilbert. 89 Church Street. Tea Party Invitation. A GENERAL, invitation to all good citizens to try our Fine Tens at 35e pound, genuine new crop, and our Best Old Government Java Coffee t '45c m. pound, pronounced by all who use it the best. Wholesale Prices for Flour. Michigan Family Flour, $5.50 barrel. Beat St. Louis Flour. $6.50 barrel. Choice Minnesota Flour, $7.25 barrel. Flour by the bag, 70, 85c, tl. Fine Butter, 25c a pound. I sell more Coal and better Coal and at a lower price than any dealer. George W. H. Hughes, IXDEPENDEXT DEALER, ol3 84 Church Etreet. 15.000 TO LOAJST AT FTVB PER CENT, on arst-class improved city property. Address . oil ' F.,- Box 287, N. H. V. O. IMbs, Grasses, Immortelles, Pampas Plumes, Fancy Baskets, Wire Work. Funeral and Wedding orders at tended to with dispatch. H. E. TOWNSEND, 1ST Chapel Street, ' 012 3m Below tho Bridge. MfJIi'i SUev MlSS rHARM)TTR WIU1RD will RlTS private instruction in th. English branches, Mathe- uiaun or uun, at tne nomea oi pupils, or at lis uoi- lege .treei. Also, if desired, will form s class in Botany far the special studv of - ' or-ii ems and Grasses, which .can be rr";v- dily examined and classified in aInter if carefully pressed or dried. Beferences Miss Mary Dntton. Miss Sarah Porter. Farmlnoton. Professor 1. C. Eaton. o9 6t School of Modern Iansruaeres. ftLASSES commence Sept. 13, 1880, at 8 o'clock m. .rnTate eiasses aiternoon ana evening' j-nncipai at nome rrom 7 to 10 o'clock a. m. daily. Je26 we&satoso , 159 YOBK STREET. Signor P. Paolo Tamburello, (From Italy,) PltoFEiisnR or birtging. IjTOTt particulars, address Loomia' Temple of Mtt- M- aic. and steinert a Piano and Muelo Exchange, New Havan, Conn. MUSICAL, INSTRUCTION. Voice. Piano. Flsle. fISS FANNY C. HOWE resume Sept. 10 instrno- iT lion in the art of singing ; also npon tne piano. Singing at sisht taught in classes on moderate terms. Residence 102 Crown near Temple St. MR. CHARLES T. HOWE resumes instruction npon the Ante. 12 Crown street. W. E. Chandler, 30, 32 and 34 Hoadley Building, Miss Hall's School WILL reopen Monday, Sept. 13th, at No. 9 PALLADrrJMBCILDING, si tf 95 Orange Street. TO BENT. WITH BOARD, a pleasant suite of Booms at no. K2 w ail street. ol2 tf MRS. LITTLE. BOARD AND ROOM. NICELY furnished room with board, for gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen, on the first fioor. Bf 85 OLIVE STREET. geal tfsfofe. FOB SALE CHEAP, II A LOT on Western avenue, Evergreen Ceme tery, 18x25 feet For terms, &c, apply at 36 Davenport avenue. 012 2t x. xi. vxuuu. Farm For Sale. A SMALL FARM in the beautiful village of Branford. Tne farm contains 5 acres of A No. 1 land in the best condition. The house is in first-rate order, and a good supply of all kinds of fruit. Being close to depot, en arc nee, scnooi, ana seasnore, it is a desirable place for any one wishing a pleasant nome in the country. Price low if sold soon. mfcifct WLa 'o lr,n jlb i. a j. is kjx r iu jl, 12 237 Chapel Street. FOB RENT A BARN in rear of 115 Park street, with shed attached ; supplied with city water. o7 A. WHEELER, 115 Park street. FOB BENT, WHOLE HOUSE No.306 Whalley ave.; 1st fioor jmI No. 186 Henry street,$12.50 per month, all mod iili era improvements : three new tenements on Congress avenue ; first floor on Newhall street, whole house Lilac street, both near Winchester s armory second floor 61 Asylum street ; house corner Union and Fair streets, 8 rooms ; whole house on Clinton avenue, near & rand street, $15 : two stores on Con gress avenue, a good place for business ; an office t rent, 63 Church street ; a large room, third floor, for ugiit manufacturing business, a gooa place xor a iai- ior. Apply to A. Ji. uujjaiii-s, ow unurcn ere., 06 Room 8. For Sale or Rent. THE property known as the Judaon Packing In House, situated on Winchester avenue, and IW runniDff hack to the Mortnampton k. a. ine lot is 400 feet front on Winchester avenue, running back to the R. R., with side track connecting with R. R. The building is brick, substantially built, 200 feet front, 150 feet deep, with four floors. This prop erty is offered for sale or rent at one-third the cost price and on easy terms. For full particulars, terms and further information, call on or address ol Office, Todd's Block, cor. State and Ehn st. Mouses and Lots For Sale or Ex chansre. Cottage House, has 10 rooms, for sale at m a bargain, near the line of the horse cars; lot 52x150. A two-family House on Ferry street, and would like to est an offer for the above housesare 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 different parts of the city. A number of first-class Houses and Ten emerats ; one furnished House, with all modern im provements : can be seen at any time ; to rent low. Monev to loan on real estate. Heal instate Office unurcn street, Room 6 Hoadley Building. Office open evenings. se25 -L- Jr tuiiiSTuin.. FOR RENT, KM, FURNISHED Rooms, with board, to fami fifii lies, nicely located, within live minutes of the tiijji postomce. inquire at so23 lm 497 CHAPEL STREET. GREAT AUCTION OF BOOKS, SALE af "COMMENCING- ThTjrsday evening, October 7th, at 408 Cbapel street, opposite Trinity Church, and continuing every evening at 7 p. in. Private Bale dai ly at greatly reduced prices. The stock will comprise works of nearly all the great authors, and must posi lively be sold. o5 WILL sell to the highest bidder withont reserve on Wednesday, Oct. 13th, 1880, at 11 o'clock a m., on the premises, the house o. 756 Chapel Btreet , lot 60x120 : house has 18 rooms in good order , water and gas ; arranged for two families. 'One tenement; will pay for interest and taxes. Terms, ten per cent. at eale, iifteen per cent m ten days. Seventy-five per cent, can remain at five per cent for two or three years, ror particulars ana to see it, apply to B. C. LAKE, Auctioneer, o9 4t 65 Church Street. JENKINS'S SUBSTITUTE FOR WHALEBONE For Corset sr Dresses, and Other Purposes where Whalebone Has Been Used. PATENTED is United States, Canada, Fneland. France, Germany, Austria, Belgium and Italy. FOB SALE BY ALL Dry Ms mi Notion Hob. Holmes, Booth & Hardens, ar y MANUFACTURERS, New York - . 49 Chambers Street. Connecticut ... ... Waterbury. Boston ..... 18 Federal Street. P. O. MANCHESTER, SO Clmrch Street, AGENT FOR NEW ENGIiAIOX FOR SALE. RESTAURANT ud saloon cheap ror cash if aold within thirty days. AddIt at 143 TTni. Sow Haven, Ct . F. H. LUCAS. MtSflATtiRte AUiANAC. OCTOBER 13. Moon Sets, LIS a. m. In II IK KB, Sot Sets, 6.10 S.22 High AYatkh, 6.69 a. m. Wm OepartauBt Weavther ObseTvaitloiia, Taken at T a. th:, 4 ji. m., 9 p. m. Oct. 12. Barom eter. 3U.021. 29.096. 31.000. Thermometer, S8, 70, 54. Wind, direction SW, N, NW. Velocity, in miles per hour, , 8, 91 Weather, cloudy, light rain, clear. Maximum Thermometer, 70 degrees. Minimum Ther mometer. 6 degrees, itain-iaii, us mcnea .uua. Maximum Velocity of Wind, 15 miles per hour. . WM. D. WRIGHT. Sergt. Signal Corps, U. S, Army, f MARRIAGES. 8CHARF-SIZER In Amityrllle, N. Y.. Sept. 28th, hv Her. F. W. Hlser. assisted by Rev. Geo. Filmer, Charles A. Scharf of New Haven, Conn., to Sarah : M, Sixer, daughter of the officiating clergyman. Mo cards. MBRWIN LILLIB In Bridgeport, Oct 7th, Charles T. Merwin of this city, and Miss Grace Lillie of Bridgeport. DEATHS. CRONAN In this city, Oct, 12th, of pneumonia, at her late residence, 11 Laurel street, Mary Ryan,wife of Thomas oronan, agea 40 years. Funeral from St. Patrick's cnurcn, 'inursaay morn ing at 10 o'clock, BANKS In Kent, Oct. 9th, William Henry Banks, aged 30 years and 6 months. MARINE LIST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. ABWVXD OCTOBER IX 8ch Signal, Derrick, New York, iron to N Y, N H t HRR. CLEARED. Sen Jessie Elizabeth, Weayer, New York, to load for Charleston. Sch John B Carrlngton, Parker, Baltimore. FOR SALE, THE THREE-STORY GABLED-ROOF HOUSE, containing every modern convenience. Well finished in every respect. Will be sold at a gain, as the owner contemplates an absence from the city for an indefinite time. Apply on the premi ses, No. 141 EDWARDS STRES.T. 0013 4t Is ear Whitney Avenue. GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS Made to order promptly, punctually. Mate rials, Fit, Style, Work, Finish,? the very best. JFaraffon shirt Mis. Co., 7 Insurance Building, Chapel St. Trial order solicited. oatisiacraon guaranteed. J Art. R. BRANNAN, Sup't. Sam'i, E. Babnky, Treas. 010 su FIRST-CLASS STOCK PRIVILEGES. HENRY C. CROSS. 18 New Street, New York. Rotunda, Merchants Exchange, Phila. German Street, Baltimore, Md. 126 Washington Street, Chicago, Iil Refers in New York to Hon. Rtissell Sasre. F. B. Wal lace St Co., Van Shaick & Co., W. K. Sontter & Co. and New York 8tock Exchanee trenerallF. Pamphlet and vnocationa sens to any address. oeia eodiy District of New Haven sa. Probate Court, October 12th. 1880. TESTATE of ANNA 8PERRY, late of New Haven, WJJ in said district, deceased. Ordered That the Exeentor exhibit his Ad ministration account to this court for adjustment, at the Probate Office in New Haven on the 19th day of Oct., 1880, at two o'clock in the afternoon : and that all persons interested in said estate may be notified thereof, tne JLiecutor will cause this order to be published in a newspaper printed in New Haven County, and post a copy thereof on the signpost in eaia town oi new uaven. e!3 at SAMUEL A. YORK, Judge. District of Branford bb. Probate Court, October 12th, 1880. j ESTATE of GEORGE WATROUS, of Branford, said district, assigning debtor. in The Court of Probate for the District of Branford hath limited and allowed three months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate, represented insolvent, in wnicn to exniDit tiieir claims thereto and has appointed Henry EL Fowler and William Wright commissioners to receive and examine said claims; and has ordered that said commissioners meet at the Probata Office in said Branford, on the 13th day of December, 1880, and the 12th day of January, 1880, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days for the purpose of attending on the busi ness oi saia appointment. Certified from record, HENRY H. STEDMAN. Judge. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to o!3 6t CHARLES P. MERWIN, Trustee. Epizootie Powders Sold by the Pound. Have been used for tne last 35 years. . Whittlesey's Drug Store, ol3 dfrtr 328 Cbapel and 326 State street. WASHBDEN MILLS FLOUR We are now in receipt of tliis celebrated Flour from new wheat. The trade sup plied at mill price. J. D. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Agents, Nos. 233 to 239 State Street on Red Fire ! Blue Fire ! Green Fire G-. L. Ferris, Druggist, 511 and 513 State Street, Foot of Kim CROCKER Y ! I.AS3 Ware, Wood Ware, Tin Ware, Table Mats. jr Lunch Baskets and House Furnish ing Goods, of au Kinos. LAMI'S ! Something new in the way of a Bracket Hand Lamp. unanaeuers, xaDrary lamps ana rtracKec -Lamps. ULASS WAKE I Goblets, 60, 68, 70, 75c per doz. High Glass Dishes, 22, 45, 55 and 75c each. 4 piece Glass Sets, 45, 60, 80, 90c per set. Tumblers, Cake Stands, Cake Plates, and everything idri is maae ox glass. something new in tne line or Tea sets. Ovide Tea Sets, 56 pieces, for 6. Plain White " American China, $5. Decorated " $7, $7.50, $7.75, $8, $8.50. AMERICAN CHINA! Have just opened six casks of that famous ware, Americaji China ; It seems impossible to get it fast enough, being the handsomest, lightest and most eco nomical, for the reason that when a cover or any part is broken you can buy that part without buying the whole. We also have a handsome line of Queen Anne Toilet Sets, which we offer at greatly reduced prices. Kerosene Oil of the best grade. Cans called for and delivered free of charge. C. H. CLARKE CO., o!3 eod 90 Church Street, near Chapel Lamps ! Lamps ! A neat, handsome and complete Library Lamp for a small amount is just what the people have Ions' wanted. We now offer to the public the new Rival Library Lamp At the very low price of $3.00. It is a perfect And complete Library Lamp In every respect. We cordi ally invite all to call and examine it, also our large and handsome stock of Decorated Lamps, with Globes and Shades to match, which we are offering at very LOW PRI CES. NEW HAVEN Oil and Lamp Store, 395 anfl 397 State Street ol3 To insure obtaining the genuine ApoIliatKris, see that the corks bear the ApolUaaria brand. Second-Hand Laiitiau Hack FOB SALE for half its -nine. Inquire of . M. KOBEETS. ;.-'-'; I . '153 Whalley ATenne. Stocks For Sale.5 t 8 HAKES Merchants National Bank. Olf 7 - Tata " . zi bares sew uaven uaa ugnt 10. Bunnell & Scranton, " Bankers and Broken. OIS News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. A TIDAL WAVE ! Indiana and Ohio A A fv r , a-. UIOPIOUS UaV TOP the He- ' publicans. . . - j CramS 111 iliVery (cliarter An Old Time Majority Ohio. in INDIANA SWELLS THE. COLUMN. West Virginia .Alone to Con sole the Democrats, With a Largely Reduced Majority. THE ELECTIONS. Ohio. A Large Vote Republican Gains From aU Quarters Republicans Claiming tne State By as Mnch as 30,0007116 Vote Por Congressmen Thirteen Re. publicans Out ofTwenty Details of tne Voting. Cincinnati, Oct. 12. When the polls clos ed this evening there came to an end the most earnest political struggle ever known in this State. There was less bluster and noise and bickering than on any election day for years. So earnest was every man in the cause of his party that there was no time for personal quarrels. The weather was beauti ful and business of all kind almost deserted. Not a dozen of men entered the Chamber of Commerce during the entire day, and in the business part of the city there was every ap pearance of Sunday. A very heavy vote was indicated from the first, many places having polled the number of their u sual vote by noon. The police are on hand in full force Beturns from precincts in Hamilton county show a Democratic gain of 30. Eleven vot ine places in this (Hamilton) county show a net Bepublican gain of 512. The Democratic State committee concede the State to the Republicans. The latter claim the State by 30,000 majority. Kice and Bobinson (Republicans) are probably elected to Congress. Columbus, Oct. 12. The gains and losses are computed on tne vote for tiovernor last year as compared with the vote for judge of the Supreme Uourt this year. At ! p. m. 103 towns and precincts show a net Republi can gain of 642. Two hundred voting places in all parts of Ohio show a net Bepublican gain of 1,430 oyer last year. Cleveland, Uct. 12. in Cleveland the Democratic gain in three wards over the vote of 1876 is 371 forljong for Secretary of State. Columbus, O., Oct. 12. The BSpublicans are receiving returns at the City Hall and the Democrats at Naughton Hall. Both buildings are packed. At the Democratic headquarters the following dispatches were received : i our hundred and twenty-eight townships, wards and precincts give a itepuDlican gain of 2,230. Later reports show more Demo cratic gains. West Scioto Itbecinct, Jttose County, Uct. 12. Long, (Dem.) for Secretary of State, 96 ; Townsend, (Bep.) 72, a Democratic loss of one. Tboy, Miami Co., Concord Township, Oct. 12. There is a Democratic train of 57 on the last fall vote. Fiqua and Washington town ships give a Bepublican majority of 8G, a Democratic gain of 13. Ioledo, u., Uct. in. Two persons were arrested for illegal voting. Democratic gains on Hurd are conceded by the Bepublicans, who claim the district. The Prohibitionists stuck to their ticket. The Nationals voted for Hurd. It is impossible to give any accurate totals at this hour. The latest dispatches from In dianapolis to the Hinqvwer indicate the elec tion of Landers for Governor and the suc cess of the entire Democratic State tickets Ohio has cast the heaviest vote ever known, and points to a Bepublican success. - Versailles. Oct. 12. McMahon, (Dem.) for Congress, has 225 majority in Wayne township. Columbus, Oct. 12, 11 p. m. Dispatches received at the Bepublioan headquarters show a Bepublican gain of 12 in Harrison. township, Logan county. The Third ward of Lancaster gives a Democratic majority of 31, a Bepublican gain of 22. Belfast precinct. Clermont county, gives Townsend, Bepubli can, for Congress, 105 ; ixng, Democrat, 103, a Bepublican gain of 14. Concord township, Miami county, with about two-thirds of the vote counted, indicates a Republican majority of 400. Beturns received up to 11 p. m. from 355 precincts show a net Republican gain of 2, 106. Cincinnati, Oct. 12 Midnight. The fig ures on Congressmen cannot yet be given with accuracy. In the First and Second dis tricts, Hamilton county, only one-fourth of the polling places have been heard from, and considerable gains are reported from the Democrats. The election of Butterworth (Bepublican) in the First district is conce ded. The Second district is in doubt. Young's friends claim nis election, but .Banning (Democrat) is equally confident. In the Third district Morey (Bepublican) is elected. In the Fourth district McMahon (Democrat) is probably elected by a small majority. In the Jbiftn district lien ljefevre (Dem.) is elected. In the Sixth district the indications that Frank Hurd (Dem. ) is beaten by Ritchie (Bep.) In the Seventh district Le dow (Dem.) is elected. In the Eighth dis trict Keifer (Bep.) is elected.. In the Ninth district Bobinson (Bep.) is un doubtedly elected over Norris (Dem.) The Tenth district is so close that it will probably take an official count to deter mine the result. In the Eleventh district, Neal (Bep.) ; Twelfth district, Converse, (Dem.) : Thirteenth district, Atherton (Dem.) ; Fourteenth district, Giddes (Dem.) are elected. In the Fifteenth district Dawes (Bep.) is probably elected over Warner (Dem.) In the Sixteenth district, Updeeraff (Bep.); Seventeenth district, McKinley (Bep.) : Eighteenth district, McCiure (Kep.): Nineteenth district, Taylor (Bep.) ; and the Twentieth district, Townsend (Bep.) are elected. Later reports from Toledo say the Democrats do not concede the defeat of Frank Hurd in their district. Spbtngfteld. Oct.. 12. The Republicans claim 800 majority for the city, a Bepublican gain of 150. Kenton Corporation, Herden county, shows a Democratic gain of 4. Bob inson, Bepublican candidate for Congress, runs ahead of his ticket 49. Lima, Allen county, two townships show a net Bepubli can gain of 44. Madison township, Wings county, Townsend, (Bepublican,) for Secre tary of State 576, Long, (Democrat,) 149, a Bepublican gain over last year of 10, and Bobinson ahead of the State ticket. Goshen township, Champaign county, Long, (Demo- rat )139, Xownsena, (ttepuoncan,) tm, a Bepubliean gain of 37 over Foster, which was the largest majority ever given. General Kief er telegraphs that Clark conn- tv. Ohio, will probably give 2,000 majority. The majority last year was 1591. Kelley's Alley, Erie county, gives Townsend (Bepub lican) for Secretary of State 108, Long (Dem ocrat) ol, a itewuoucan ionsoi o.-. xjtsc Scioto precinct gives Long (Democrat) 96, Townsend (Bepublican) 110, a Democratic gain of 15. Cambridge first prfteinct gives a Bepublican majority of 7, a Democratic jjain of 26. Staontdn township, Miami county, shows a Democratic gain of 12. Gatien First ward gives a Bepublican majority of 11, a Bepublican loss of llz. Springfield, uct la. a no -oecona ana Ninth wards give a Republican majority of 50. ' Cincinnati, Oct 12. Murat Halstead of the Commercial at 11 p. m. claims Ohio for the Bepublicans by over 20,000 majority and thinks Indiana is also Bepublican. He says, lso that the Bepublican Congressmen are elected including Butterworth. - In Kenton, Hardin county, lour wards give Long 21 majority. Goshen township gives Long 35 majority, a Democratic gain of 15. . in Upper Sandusky, Jt-den township. Long gains 24 on the vote for Foster. In Ducharquett township, Auglaize county, there is a Democratic gain over the vote for Ewing of 122. Ifl Cambridge, the First and Fourth wards give a Democratic gain of 38. Garrettsville. Portage county, shows a Ke- Dublican train of 20. Columbus, Oct. 12, 11:45. Returns from 508 precincts give a net Republican gain of 3,478. The Sixth ward gives Town'send 250, Long 158, no cam or loss, in Upper HanausKy ine First ward gives Long a majority of 132, a Democratic gain of 16. In Columbus the Seventh ward precinct gives Democratic majority of 53, a gain of 3. In Cleveland the Third ward gives Long 349, Tpwnsend 337. The returns from 57 towns at this hour show a Democratic gain of 96 over 1879. In Middleport, - Meigs - county, the Fifth Ward gives a Democratic majority of 107 over 1876, but a Democratic loss in tne town from last fall of 26. Tiffin City gives 373 majority for Long, a gain over Ewing's vote of 73. in the city of canton tne xmra ward gives 104 Democratic gain, ana ijong is ahead of his ticket in every ward. Indiana. Yesterday1 Great Work-Repabliean Gavins Throughout tne State Porter'! Hlectlon CI a lined The Majority Vari ously Estimated The Vote for Com gretsmen a Big Day for tne Repnbli- Iitdianapoi,i8, Ind., Oct. 12. The Repub- I noaB majority m rtanaoipn county is esiima- ted at 2,200, a Republican gain of over 300. I 'I'll q mfnpna liar. 1 ti i fiif i thai Wftvnfl county will show a small Republican gain. Adams county will have a Democratic major ity of 1,250, a gain of 150 over 1876. i m ixreen county uuver townsiup given Landers (Dem:) 32, Porter (Rep.) 52. The vote or ISSiU was : democrat 01, ivepuDucan 9. In Laporte county Hudson township gives Landers (Dem.) 64, Carter (Bep.) 68, Gregg (Greenback) 2. For Congress, Mc Donald (Dem.) 64, Calkins (Bep.) 68. - Harrison township, Dearborn county, gives Landers 177, Porter 100. Franklin township, Owen county, gives Landers 199, Porter 92 Gregg (Greenback) 9. For congress Treat (Republican) 92, Matson (Democrat) 198, Bobinson (Greenback) 10. Tippecanoe county - gives an estimated Bepub lican gain of 250. Hanna township, Laporte county, gives Landers 69, Porter 34, Gregg 34. For Congress, Mcuonaid (Demo crat) 09, Calkins (Bepublican) 35, Carter (Greenback) 33. Pleasant township, Laporte county, gives Landers 56, Parker 90. For Congress, Calkins (Bepublican) 97, Mc Donald (Democrat) 55. The returns from 35 voting places give the Democrats 4,540, Be publicans 6,825, Nationals 171, a Bepublican gain of 76. St. Paul precinct, Shelby county gives Landers 156, Porter 49, Gregg 1. For Congress, Byficld (Democrat) 154, Peeble (Bepublican) 48. Adams township, Decatur county, gives Landers 209, Porter 127, Gregg 1. r or Congress, Holman (Uemocrat) 208 Cravens (Bepublican) 127. York township, Jjenton county, gives .Landers 107, Porter 67, Gregg 4. . For Congress, Demotte (Republi can) 62, Skinner (Democrat) 112. Ken township. Warren county, gives Landers 104. Porter 52, Gregg 5. Greendale precinct. Dearborn county, gives Landers 96, Porter 67. For Congress, Cravers (Republican) 67, Holman (Democrat) 97. The Tenth and .Eleventh districts are very close and the result cannot be given until the full returns come in. In the Twelfth district Colerick (Dem. ) is elected. The thirteenth district is very close, but the friends of Mc Donald (Dem.) claim he is elected. Indianapolis, Oct. 12. Further returns from the northern part of the State give considerableJBepublican gains. Tippecanoe county will probably give Porter 000 majori ty and Urth for Congress 1 ,000 majority, se curing his election. 9 p. m. Indications at this hour are that Porter, BepubUcan for Governor, has 2,800 majority in this city. The returns received from five voting places give the Democrats i. Republicans 549, .Nationals 12, a net Re publican gain of 25. At the Democratic headquarters at 9 p. m. the returns have been received from only 12 precincts out of nearly 1,700. These show a Bepublican gain of eight in an aggregate. 9:10 p. m. Returns from Delaware coun ty indicate a Bepublican plurality of 1,800. Adams county gives a Democratity plurality of 1,250. Tippecanoe county gives 800 Be publican plurality. Decatur county gives lo6 Republican plurality. Returns from 16 voting places give the Democrats 2,265, Be- publicans 2,740, Nationals 72, a Democratic gain of 22. Beturns from sixty places in the State give Landers a gain of 60 over the vote for Williams for Governor in 1876. The Democrats expect to carry the State by 7,000. Wood township, Clarke county, gives J-ian ders (Dem.) 171, Porter (Bep.) 118. Liber ty township, Henry county, gives Landers (Dem. ) 225, Porter 226. Clinton township. Laporte county, gives Landers 90, Porter 110. Returns from 2t voting places give the Democrats 3,403, Republicans 3,815, nation als 92, a Democratic gain of 39. Allen coun ty, Washington township, gives Landers 186, Porter 212, Gregg 4. Beckwith precinct. Vigs township, Knox county, gives Landers 69, Porter-119, Gregg 0. For Congress, Cobb (Dem.) 71, Braden (Bep.) 116. Be- ports from Lagrange county show a Bepubli can gain of 75 in Lagrange and reported gen eral iu the county, i orty-nve precincts give a Republican gain of 169. At this hour (10:30 p. m.) anything like a precise return vote for Congressmen is out of the question, jbnough is known, however, to insure the election of the following : First district, Killam (Dem.) ; Second district, Cobb (Dem.); Third district, Stockslayer ( Dem. ) : 1 ourth district, Holman (Dem. ) Fifth district, Watson (Dem.) ; Sixth district, Brown (Rep. ) The Seventh district is very close, but Peele (Rep.) is probably elected. In the Eighth district Pearce (Bep.) is elect ed. The Ninth district is in doubt and the result will not be known until the interior points are heard from, where the Greenback vote has been very large. Indianapolis, Oct. 13, 12:lo. Seventy- live precmcts show a Republican gam of 378. Precinct No. 3, Lawrence township, Marion county, gives Landers 64, Porter 106, Gregg For Congress, Peele (Rep. ) 88, Byheld (Dem.) ,8, Delamatye (Greenback) o2. Har rison township, Union county. Landers 74, Porter 134, Gregg 3. For Congress. Craven (Bep.) 131, Holman (Dem.) 74, Dunn (G'bk) .Liberty township, Iipton county. Land. ers 241, Porter 223. For Congress. Orth (Bep.) 222, Myers (Dem.) 242. Monroe township, Carroll county, Landers 155, Por. ter 205, Gregg 4. For Congress, Demott 124, Skinner 92. Foet Wayne, Ind., Oct. 12. Up to this hour (8 p. m.) no definite returns have been received, and the length of the ticket war rants the conviction that no definite returns that can be relied upon will be received until to-morrow morning. The city is in a fever ish state of excitement. Beturns from 55 voting places give the Democrats 6,681, Bepublicans 7,266, Nation als 278. Grant township, Greene county, gives Landers 90, Porter 86, Gregg 0. For Congress Braden (Bep.) 88, Cobb (Dem.) 88. Richland township gives Landers 119, Porter 140, Gregg 72. For Congress Slack (Dem. ) 119, Steele (Bep.). 140, Studebaker (G'bk) 7. Scottsburg precincc, scott county, gives Landers 415, Porter 89, Gregg 4. For Con gress Charles (Bep.) 9, Studebaker (Dem. 14;, foindexter (Gbk) 2. .Lawrence pre cinct, No. 2, Tippecanoe county, gives Lan ders 128, Porter 120. For Congress Orth (Rep.) 120, Myers (Dem.) 120. In Wood pre cinct, Centre township, Marshall county, gives Landers 73, Porter 59, Gregg 38. For Congress McDonald (Dem.) 75, Calkins (Bep.) , uarter (ii'bk) as. Indianapolis, Oct 12. Returns from 3. voting places give the Democrats 4,540, Be publicans 4,625, Nationals 171, a Bepubli can gain of i b A Harare Republican Gain in Indiana The State Claimed By a Small Major ity, Indianapolis, Oct. 13, 12:15 a. m. The indications are more favorable for the Be publicans. 1 he ofhcial returns thus far are from the smaller voting places. The Bepub licans claim large gains in the cities and claim the election of Porter by a small ma jority. Seventy-five precincts show a Be publican gain oi (SW. Both States Republican A Rousing Ma jority in Ohio, Philadelphia, uct. 12. Uhio has gone BepubUcan by 15,000 or 20,000 majority. In diana seems to be Democratic, but the re turns are meagre. signed I Alex McClure. Telegrams to the Rational Committees. New York, Oct. 12. Telegrams from Be pubUcan headquarters here state that the in dications at Indianapolis are that Porter will have an overwhelming majority. Telegrams from various large towns in the State to In dianapolis report the same. Marshall Jewell has received the following : -" Indianapolis, Oct. 12. To MamltaXl JeweU .- Our reports from all parts of the State are most encouraging. Not a single report of losses and reported gains in nearly every bounty. I believe our plurality in this coun ty wiU -exceed 2,500. We have carried the State by & good majority unless the Demo crats have set up some Irving scheme to count us out. Will get no returns till about midnight - (Signed) S. W. Dobset. The following dispatches have been re ceived by Chairman Baroum at the head quarters of the Democratic National commit tee in this city : ' New JjEXTncton, Perry Co., 6 P.M. ' The vote is unusually large in Perry coun ty. Salt Lick, Pike, Monroe and Jackson townships have sent in returns showing a large Democratic - increase on 1879. The Democrats are happy. Columbus, Oct. 12, Twenty-five precincts give a net Bepubli can gain of 102. Indianapolis. Oct. 12, Beturns from four voting places give the Democrats 214, Bepublicans 276 a Bepubli can gain of 29. - The following bulletins have been issued from the Republican headquarters : Richmond, Ind., Oct. 12. The vote of this county indicates a majority for Porter in the State of ten thousand. (Signed) - John A. Bbooham. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 12. Hamilton coun- ty has undoubtedly gone BepubUcan by 1,500 to 2,000 majority. The election passed off without incident except a fracas in the Nine teenth ward. The Lincoln club people say the entire county of Hamilton ticket is elect ed by 3,500 majority, and that both Congress men (Uem.) are conceded by z.uOO majority. Columbus, O., Oct. 12. The first scat tering returns are favorable to the Republi cans. The returns to 8 p. m. indicate a vote fifteen to twenty per cent, larger than ever polled. The Republicans claim the election OI the entire county ticket and Congressman. The. folio wing dispatch from M. Halstead was received by Governor Jewell : Cincinnati, Oct. 12, A great victory in Ohio. Fifteen Congress men. Over 20,000 majority on the State ticket. The election of Butterworth and Young here. The run of news from Indiana is favorable. The signs are strongly that the Republicans win the October States. Signed M. Halstead. Cleveland, Oct. 2. jjA To ColondW. S.fScott, New York: T The largest vote ever polled in the state. Only a few scattering returns received. The Democratic gain in the Third ward is 66 over the vote of '76. I think Hurd is elected to Congress. (Signed) W. Abmstbong, Member of the Democratic Committee. Indianapolis, Oct. 12. To W. II. Bar num. Nernt York: Slight gains from 1876, when we carried the State by over 5,000. (Signed) Nelson J. Watebbuky. A private dispatch to the National Demo cratic committee from Mr. English states that the Democratic majority in Indiana will be an increase of 2.500 over 1876, when it was 5,139. Scenes in New York Jubilant Republi cansEnthusiasm Over the Cheering Returns. New Yobk, Oct. 12. The scenes at the BepubUcan National headquarters from early in the evening were a continued series of outbursts of jubilation. Standing room was not to be had. Hundreds of persons re mained on the sidewalks and cheered as the bulletins were announced. Those within vied with those without in cheering the Re publican advices. In Mr. Jewell's private room CoUector Merritt, Thomas Murphy, Ex-Governor Bichard C. McCormick, Bush C. Hawkins, Hamilton Fish, jr. and many other prominent Republicans awaited the news. The returns were slow in coming, but were received with satisfaction when they had arrived. Up to 2 o'clock this morning the crowd stiU waited for tardy news. West Virginia. The Same Drift of Sentiment Tlie Demo, cratic Majority Largely Reduced. Wheeling, Oct 12. West Virginia polled a heavy and an increased vote. The Demo- aratic majority is largely reduced and consid erable scratching was done. It will be very late before any definite returns can be obtain ed. In White Sulphur Springs precinct only about one half the usual vote was polled and Jackson (Democrat) for Governor received 85 votes to 80 for Sturges, (BepubUcan) for Governor. The vote in Ohio county was very close. No reports have been received from the interior. The Republicans olaim the election of Parks for sheriff by a small major ity. Up to midnight the returns from West Vir ginia are very meagre and snow a slight Dem ocratic gain. NEW YORK. General Grant's Departure for Boston New Yobk, Oct. 12. The rear of last night's Bepublican procession did not pass the reviewing stand until nearly 5 o'clock this morning. Even then many organizations had dropped out of the line satisfied that they would not see General Grant, but the Gen eral remained until the last man had passed and was then carried way towards his hotel on the shoulders of the crowd before the poUce could interfere. Ten thousand per. sons gathered in front of the Fifth Avenue Hotel demanding a speech and did not leave until after daylight. Grant received visitors for two hours this morning. At noon ex- Governors BoutweU and Talbot and Colonel Herbert HaU, of tho Boston reception com mittee, arrived with a number of "Hub" re porters m the special Wagner palace car Crescenta. The party was in charge of Mr. A. A. Folsom, general superintendent of the Boston and Providence railroad. The ladies of the Boston party remained in the car. which was to return with the General's party, while the gentlemen went to the Fifth Avenue Hotel and greeted the General and his friends. On leaving the hotel Mr. E. W. Stoughton, with Mrs. U. S. Grant, entered .his barouche, where his wife was already seated. General Grant took a second coach with Mrs. Colonel Fred. Grant and ex-Governor BoutweU. The other members of the Boston committee with Mr. Young, General Badeau, ex-CoUector Murphy and others fined three additional coaches. The drive was up Fifth avenue and through Forty second street, but the General was not recognized Until he reached the depot, where he was presented to the Boston ladies. The car was splendidly decorated. In answer to repeated cheers the General nodded in recognition. As the train left a hundred torpedoes crushed by the car wheels sounded like an artillery f usilndo. PENN SYjLVAXIA. Rolling t'p the List of Dead. Pittsbusg, Oct. 12. The testimony taken before the coroner thus far on the terrible railroad accident of Saturday night has failed to fix the responsibility, but the in quest wiU be continued to-morrow and more important witnesses examined. The death roU contains twenty-seven names, and the physicians say that there is a reasonable cer tainty that within forty-eight hours two re, W. W. Muldoon of Spring Hill, and Mary Steinbaug of East Liberty, wiU be ad ded to the dead list. Added to these there is probability that there will be two more deaths, though there is yet hope for this last couple ; hence, for obvious reasons, their names are not pubUshed at this time. It is now beUeved that the whole number of deaths will not exceed more than thirty-seven and there is hope that it wiU not go over twenty-nine; The wounded in the hospital are doing well. Killed by a Bull DogJVTerribl Death ef o a 16-Year-Old Girl. Bbadfobd, Oct. 12. Captain John Shearer, of North Beaver, purchased a large bull dog recently. The dog being very ugly, he kept it chained in the yard. It had taken a great dislike to Jqhn Wallace, a young man who Tli a frequent visitor of the Shearer family. On Thursday last Wallace went to the house. There was no one home except Captain Shear er's 16-year-old daughter. She told Wallace that the dog had broken his chain and was loose somewhere about the place, and that he (Wallace) must be on his guard. Wallace re mained at the house a few minutes. Just as he was going away the bull dog entered the yard. Miss Shearer called Wallace back into the house, and told him to remain there until she chained the dog. She went up to the dog, and as she was about to take hold of his chain he sprang at her and knocked her down. Her father was returning from a field at that moment and saw the attack of the dog on his daughter, lief ore he or Wallace could interfere the dog had torn the girl's throat open, lacerated her bosom, and torn the flesh off her limbs. Captain Shearer shot and kiU- ed the dog. His daughter came to after be ing carried into the house, but soon after ward was thrown into violent convulsions The girl has since died. THE OLD WOELD. Great Britain. The Ceision of Dalcisao The Wavr Cloud Varnished. London, Oct. 12. Matters in the East have taken the torn foreshadowed in these despatches. The Sultan yesterday formally signed a treaty ordering the immediate ces sion of Dulcign'o. This definite action of the Forte dissipates the war cloud for the pres ent. The allied fleet will probably be order ed to leave the Adriatic as there can be no reasonable pretence on the part of the pow ers that it is needed there now that Turkey no longer interposes an obstacle to the exe cution of the Albano-Montenegrin provision of the Berlin treaty. Whether the fleet will rendezvous in the Mediterranean is yet un certain. Inconsequence of the improved position of affairs Mr. Gladstone, , Harting ton and several other members of the Cab inet have gene to their country seats .for a little rest after the tremendous strain which the critical situation has for the lrst few weeks placed on them. A Cold Blooded Murder. London, Oct. 12. Particulars of a most atrocious crime committed a short time since are pubUshed in the English papers this morning. William Marianas de Jough, clerk to the minister of colonies at the Hague, confesses to murdering a school boy named Marine Bogaardt, the son of a former secre tary, who is now Uving a retired Ufe. The murderer laid his plans very cunningly, and before securing the boy had written a letter to his father asking for 75,000 guildens or $30,000 for the surrender of his son. The confession of how the murder was committed was told by the prisoner to his sister to whom he was devotedly attached. Dejough wept bitterly while giving the account. The letter was .written in the cafe St. Hubert, from which he went to Williams Park, where Mr. Bogaardt resided. It was 2 o clock in the afternoon. Mrs. Bogaardt had just left her house and driven in her carriage .to Schevington. Dejough drove to the school and asked for young Marius Bogaardt, a fine loosing boy aged thirteen years, saying. ' 'Your mamma asked me to fetch you from school, bhe told me she would on her re turn wait for us at a peasant house on the downs near the town. " When they arrived on the downs the murderer sought a quiet piace, wnere he threw the boy on the ground. bound his hands and feet with a cord, which he had bought that morning. "Bemain here," said he to Marius, "tiU I return with the money I have demanded of your father. Stop your crying if vou do not want to be killed." He covered the youth with his coat and intended to go. but the bov cried so loudly that he returned. Fancying he heard footsteps De Jough took his sword out of his warning stick and killed the child, stabbing nun seven times in tne breast. FIRE RECORD. Burning of a Chicago Theatre Injuries - of firemen. Chicago, Oct. 12. At 10 o'clock this fore noon fire broke out in the Academy of Music, and before the flames could be controlled the entire interior of the building was de stroyed, leaving the walls standing. When the fire had been burning a little more than fifteen minutes a crash was heard, and a part of the roof, on which were a number of fire men, fell in, creating terrible consternation. It was found that some had saved themselves by clinging to the part which had not fallen. Fire Marshal WiUiams was helped out of the main entrance staggering and bloody, but was without serious injury. Theodore Bern hardt, a fireman, was token out badly burned and with internal injuries which are beUeved to be fatal. C. W. Danker of the Hook and Ladder company and Lieutenant Palmer were badly injured about the lower Umbs. John Nichols received severe but not fatal injuries. Assistant Fire Marshal Petrie was on the roof when it fell, but clung to a part near the waU, but it gave way and he fell with others clear to the bottom, breaking his right leg and receiving other injuries. Three men, named Anderson, Daily and Heilman, of a hook and ladder company, f eU to the bottom unhurt. The fire originated among the flies back of the stage and spread to the scenery and roof with incredible rapidity. The loss is placed at $40,000; fuUy insured. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. New Yobk, Oct. 12. Sailed, the Arizona for Liverpool, the Donan for Bremen. Ar rived, the Wyoming and Bothnia from Liver pool, the Herder from Hamburg, the Labra dor from Havre. Glasgow Arrived, the State of Nevada from New York. Fleetwood Arrived, the Lulu from Mon treal. Bremen Arrived, the Nuremberg from New York. Hull Sailed, the Esparito for Boston. Hamburg Sailed, the Suevia for New York. London Arrived, the Scotland from Mon treal. Plymouth Arrived, the Schiedam from New York for Rotterdam. Liverpool Sailed, the Adriatic for New York. Arrived, the Lake Champlaiu, Texas and Ontario from Montreal. Southampton Sailed, the Maine from Bremen for New York. FINANCE AND TRADE. Special Correspondence of Journal and CounrfiB. John H. Davis & Co.. Bankers and Hrokers, 17 Wall street. est, hew loan, Oct. 12, 1880. Government bonds closed as follows : 1880s, reg ... .102i ...104 ,...104 New 4s, reg 107 iMWt'S, coup 1881s, reg new as.coup itr Currency 6s. 125 1881s, coupon .104. lOlitf union raclnc, 1st. . . 113 Land Grants 113 Sinking Funds 117 Central Paciflo Ill Pacific 6s of '95 flew os, reg.. New 5s, coupon 102 sew4Vs, reg lW'i New 4J4S, coup 108 Stocks closed as follows : , ft P. Telegraph ... 40 Michigan Central Arizona Central. .... - Milwaukee ft St. Paul 931 Am. Dist. Tel TJ Boston W. P - Bur. ft Ced. Rapids.. 66 w. prei no Morris ft Essex 112 V. .. a. -( .. . . .uu. v.,11. jet prei. a Mar. ft Cin. 2d pref. - Iloston Air Line, Chicago, Bur. Q...13tf Chicago and Alton. .112f do. pref 125 Mobile ft Ohio 22 V metropolitan 99' maniiattan 35 North Pacific ...... 28 do. pref 52! Central Pacific 73 O. ft I. 'i C. C. & 1. C 17' Canada Southern. 6 nasn chat.... 61r northwestern 110 pref 130 N. J. Central 74 Caribou - Ches ft Ohio -M do. 2d pref... 21 X do. 1st pref.. 26 Y. C. ft Hudson.. 130V r., . 1. A; a 1HO Canton Ontario ft West 22Jf Denver ft Rio G. 72 V Pel.. Lack, ft West.. 90V Ohio central Ohio ft Miss 33V Del Hudson 83 do. pref 73.V Deadwood Erie 2d consols Erie 32 imiario Hliver Peoria D.ftE. pfd Panama 119 Pittsburg 122 Erie pref Excelsior Mining. ... - Elevated 113 Fort Wayne 123 Hart, ft Erie, 1st Paciflo Mail 41V vuicasiiver 12 do. pref. . . 54 Rock Island 117 Reading 31 St. Louis ft San Frn. 33 San Francisco pref... 44 do. 2d-.... Harlem 200t Han. ft St. Jo 38!tf do. pref 82Ji San Fran. 1st pref... 74V St. Paul, ft O. M 42.V Homestake Houston ft Texas. ... 65 Illinois Central 112V Iron Mountain 49X -Jersey Standard Silver Cliff - Sutro 1 Terra Haute 21 do. pref.... 79 Kansas ft Texas oo Jttle Pittsburg - Union Pacific 88' Wab.. St. Louis ft P. . P6V do. pref... 68v Louis ft N. Albany.. Louisville ft Nash. . .159V Lake Shore 109si western Union, do. prof. Lake Erie ft West ... 31 EXPRESS STOCKS. Adams 116 Wells. Fargo.. United States. .114 American 39M - 9.v IVew York Produce market. New York. Oct. 12. FLOUR Steady but less active at yesterday's prices : Southern flour, new, $5a6 50 for inferior to very cnoice snipping extras. WHEAT Opened 10V lower and unsettled, but closed firm with decline partly recovered. Spot sales ;o. 3 red. at 1 11 V . So. 2 ao at II 13 V: No. 1 white 1 16 ; No, 2 red. Oct., sold at 1 14 : do. Nov. $1 13a XI 14 : No. 2 white. Oct., anoted at xi lav. CORN spot scarce ana jo. nigner : futures fairly active and firm, wpoi or no. 2 flev ifork at 56 ; Tso. Nov. sold at 53Va54V ; Oct., quoted at54Va55. OATS lc. lower for most grades ; No. 1 white at 44; No. 2 do. at 39V : No. 1 mixed, 39 ; for No. 2 do 39V; No. 2 Chicago 39.V- RYE Firm. BARLEY Nominal. PORK Easier. Mess, for early delivery. $16. LARD Spot sales of Westen steam $8 75, and city do. tS 65. BEEF In small demand at steady prices; plain mess 39 soaf hi. CUT MEATS In fair demand and unchanged. ! WHISKY Dull ; nothing done. SPOT COTTON Easy ; middlings, Jl 5-6 ; fu tures barely steady. PETKOLKUfti field nrm on a moaerace Business : crude, in barrels. 6 3-16a816 : naphtha, in bar rels. 10V ; refined in barrels, cargo lots, at 12.V and u. r. l. certificates vn. 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Our stock of Satin and Velvet Stripes, cut and uncut Brocaded Velvets, Heavy Satin Brocades, &c, is unequaled and cannot be excelled. Mouchoirand Side Band Dress Goods, Plaids, &c, with Cash meres, Camel's Hair, &c, in colors to match. Kid Gloves of the finest qualities in the latest shades. Lined Kids the most comforta ble winter glove we have ever of fered. WILCOX & CO, 345 and 349 Chapel St., Lyon Building;. . oil dtf osmw i ants. SITITATTrw WAWTrn TO DO chamberwork and table work,or as 'waitress and to do sewing : sood rafprnnre. i..ni. D Apply at " 16 ST. . JOHN STREET. SITUATIOV AV A v- t i-1 BY A respectable girl to do general housework in a private family. Call for two riv. t 13 U 87 HROAD STREET. ' WArun TWO OR THREE good Coat Makers. Apply to WM. FRANKLIN k CO.. RANKLIN & CO., 40 Center Street. WANTED. AT THE New Haven Orphan Asylum, a Christian American woman to assist the matron in the care of the family : references to 3 o'clock p. m., at t u 184 YORK STREET. SITUATIO W vri-i BY A capable girl as good plain cook and laundress, or would do fireneral hnnaAwnrt Anniv h present employer's, "iJit; 533 CHAPEL STREET. SITUATTOV AV A TFT BY a Oajiable GIRL to do general housework in a small family, or second u-nrir rinrui Apply at 215 FRANKLIN STREET, for two days. OC13 2t" - SITUATIOX WAXTETi BY A RESl'ECl'ABLE GIRL to Cook, Wash and Iron in a private fami iv. (inrui mf. Can be seen at 276 PORTSEA STREET. ocia It WANTED. BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN, a situation as a good plain Cook or to do r.inml Hnm.nn.ir Good reference. Apply to Hli2t No. 221 HAMILTON STREET. SITUATION' VA VTEIV BY A respectable girl to do second work or general housework in a small private family ; n-nod ref erence. Apply at oi2 2t" 2 ELLIOTT STIiFFT SITUATION WA-VTPVfT" BY A young girl to do general housework. Apply for two days at 12 2f 8 WASHINGTON STREET SITUATIOX VVANTRfT AS waitress or chambermaid by a respectable Eng lish girl ; good references. Apply at 29 LINDON STREET. A Youiltr Giri. AGED 17 years, is desirous of a situation to live out : will have no obiection to tti f chil dren, or doing needle work ; not very particular as regards wages ; can be heard of for a week by apply ing at 012 17 SUMMER STREET. WA NTET). r II WO first-class coat makers. Apply at 127 CHURCH STREET. wanted; Jr. " r.-- -.--.... uu bud, i w u.veiy lur id nished Rooms for light housekeeping, central ilLly located. Address ola " " X. ," this office. WANTED, " t NOVEMBER 1st, the whole or part of a House, furnished or unfurnished, by a careful, prompt paying tenant. AddreBs jilL"?! " B i" Box 1095 P. O. WANTED MACHI NT STS. A FEW strictly nrst-class vise, lathe and planer hands to work on machine tooln. T.ihnml won.. and steady employment to the right men. Appli cants must state capacity and wages expected. Ham- JJM,U la "uies norm oi Cincinnati ; location healthy and living cheap. The shops are as completely quipped as any in the United states. Apply to oil tit NILES TOOL WORKS, Hamilton. Ohio. WANTED. A YOUNG man competent to keep books and do office work for a manufacturintr establishment in tho country. Must be willing to devote hie entire time and attention to business. Apply by letter, stating experience and wages expected, and giving references. Address "MANUFACTUKEK," "11 St Box 68, New Haven P. O. WANTED, A MAN of good address, energetic and trust worthy. Particulars aa to duties, salary, etc., will be furnished upon application, which must not be later than 10 a. m., to o'-'tf FRANCIS VANCE, 54 Crown Street. STENOGRAPHER D ESIItES a permanent position to act as corre- fpondim? clerk. Address ACE. Hot- 7s o9 6t West Snrintrneld. Mass. WASTED, 4 FEW experienced rubber shoe and arctic hands. iT Apply to the CANDEB RUBBER CO. sel8 dswlm New Haven. BROWN'S Employment Agency 8UPPIJES private families, hotels and boarding houses with reliable help in the city or country. The only oflice in the city doing business on the Bos ton plan. Servants with good reference are request ed to leave their address. Office and residence, 1M Uradow Street. se!7 lm F. TV. BKOWN. S. W. Searie, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, No. 5 Conn. Savings Bavnlc Building, OT 81 OHUBCH STREET. Mr. Spaulding's Lectures. Opening ofthe New Course. GRAND OPERA HOUSE, Wednesday Evening, October 13th. "Around the Bay of Naples." THE Summer Resorts of the ancient Romans de-' scribed and illustrated. Beautiful views of the " VeBuvlan Bay" and its islands, the ruins at Baiae. Puteoli, etc., and the Greek temples at Paestum. Tickets, (six lectures) $1.60 and $2.00. Single Admission, 60 and 75c. Course Tickets only at Judd's Bookstore. 240 Chanel street. o2 6 9 13 On Free Milbition, For a Few Days Only, Br a tin's Famous Autotypes rrom Paris, at Evarts Cutler's Art Store. Chapel street, compris ing exact fac-siimles of the Drawings, Paintings. Fres coes of all tho leading Art Galleries in Europe, also the principal Paintings of the last Salon de Paris, 1880. This superb collection comprises over 30,000 numbers and is unrivaled in the world. ol3 tf NEW HAVEN OPERA HOUSE. NEAR & CLARKE MANAGERS. Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings at 8, anu n caseiaay matinee at , October 153 and 13. PUS FOB THB MILLION I Messrs. Thayer. Smith & Monlton respectfully an nounce the appearance here of JARRETT & RICE S New Musical oddity. FUN M THE I.KISTO.M OR. A NIGHT 0N THE SOUND. Including a Coterie of Musical and Dramatic Artists in the " Jolliest Play on Record.'4 Hundreds turned away niKhtly unable to get even standing room, at Haverly's Theatre, N. Y., and Park Theatre, Boston, at their opening this sea son. Seats for sale in advance at Loomis' Temple of Music Evening prices. 35, 50 and 75c Matinee pri ces, 25, 35 and flOc. 08 6t RAM OPERA HOUSE. One Night Only, Friday, Oct. 15th. D'OYLY CARTE'S LONDON OPERA CO. Composed of the principal members of the Oris;! nal Fifth Avenue Theatre Company, in Arthur Sullivan and W. S. Gilbert's Melo-Dramatio Opera in two acts, entitled the Pirates of Penzance ; Or, The Slave of Duly. The Onera. which is produced under the personal direction of the author and composer, will be render ed in the same manner that characterized its success ful run in New York and the principal cities of Amer- With Full orchestra ana a cnorus oi w xrainea Voices. Sale of seats opens at l-ooima neuneflaay.uci. tow. Prices, 75c and $1. o!2 t NEW HAVEN OPERA HOUSE. NEABi CLAKKE LESSEES AND MANAGERS. Saturday, Oct. 16 Matinee and Night. Rice's New Extravaganza Combination. ZDWASD IS. BIOS PBOPHIKTOB. CHA6. E. BICE - i - - -MATS AGES. First production in mis ciry oi nr, w E VA N G EL INE The " New Evaneeline" is the Evangeline of past seasons re-written by Mr. John McNaUy, with eeveral New Scenes and Original Musical Numbers by Mr. E. E. Rice, and produced with New Scenery, New and Splendid Costumes, A Chorus of Young Ladies, and Powerful Cast of Characters. Evening Prices, 35, 50 and 7oc Matinee Prices, 25, 35 and 50c. Matinee at 2:30, evening at 8. Box sheets for the sale of seats open on Thursday, Oct. 14, at Loomis' Temple of Music. ol34t DANCING! All new Dances emanating from the Society of Fro- feasors at 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. G. GILL, 3 3m 199 Cron Street,