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Not. 4, 1880. VOL. XLVin. mm Cloaks ! & Are showing a large variety of Custom-Made Cloaks In the newest and latest fashions in Dolmans, Sacques, Jackets and Ulsters. They are splendid fitting garments and made of the best materials. Oiir assortment of Winter Shawls Ladies, Gentlemen's and Children's Merino Underwear at low prices, Ladles' and Gentlemen's Hosiery. Monson & O30 S Just Received, A Large Invoice of Curtain Material, including Raw Silks, Reps, Ootelines, Terries, &c, &c. In all the new colors, and patterns to match ana Uimps to match. Oilcloths in all widths from a twenty-four the market. Oilcloth Rugs in great variety. Call and look at them. T2t 300 Chapel Street, nl s it a Hand Sewe in FOlt LADIES' WEAR THE FINEST MD CHEAPEST SHOE Also, immense bargain 537 pairs of Ladies' holes, nice and stylish, only $1.50. 36 cases more of those very popular Box Toe Opera Heel Kid and Goat Button Boots, Attention, Gentlemen! Received, a splendid line of Gents' Fine Machine Sewed, Pegged and Hand Sewed Calf Boots and Gaiters, at easy prices, at the New England Boot & Shoe Com'y No. 388 Chapel Street, n2 TWO DOOKS EAST OP MAIXEY'S. Artists' - AT CUTLER'S AET STOEE. Wedding Presents. Rirtlulay Presents. Anniversary Presents. JElegant Selections at Prices from $1.00 Upwards. CUTLEE'S AET STOEE. MissfflllBpes Millinery EslalsMit. I Ladies desiring the choicest styles in Fall and Winter Millinery, Ex quisite Evening and Dress Bon nets, also Dress and School Hats for Children, should call immedi ately. Miss M. E. J. Byrnes, 121 ORANGE STREKT. Olo . CORNER OOTJBT. Fine Photographs at Beers' ZVational Gallery, 242 Chapel Street. Prices one-half lower than elsewhere. Only one dollar per dozen for line high gloss Card Photos. Two dollars per dozen for elegantly finished Photos on heavy enameled cards. Imperials and other sizes at equally low prices. A fine assortment of new styles of Cards, &c, just reoelvsd for the Holidays. T-Everybody invited to call and examine speci mens of our work. 030 241 A30) 243 STATE ST., DEALERS IN vr i. ' U7 1 'tor iff w rr Paints and Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Glass, Chemicals, Manufacturers' Supplies, Etc., Etc. mylO s . WEDDING PRESENTS. BENJAMIN & FORD, Dealer in GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE, PORCELAIN, In the Arts. FAIENCE, &c. Open Evenings. nnlll Moi-imfsw OSSIHHM Cloaks ! CARPENTER is complete and handsome. Carpenter, 244 and 246 Chapel Street. the present ttyle of decoration, with Fringe: foot sheet to the cheapest yard wide cloth in ran; New Haven, Ct., Opposite the Green. j American Kid Button Boots, worked button Materials - Signor P. Paolo Tamburello, (From Italy.) PROFESSOR OF SIX tilVfi. FOR particulars, address Loomis' Temple of Mu sic, and Mteinert's Piano and Music Exchange, Kew Haven, Conn. 05 tf Private Instruction. THE subscriber proposes to give private instruc tion to young ladies and gentlemen at his resi dence. No. 28 Trumbull street, in all the studies preparatory for business, or for any department of the University. Lessons to young ladles will be given at their residences if preferred. For terms and other particulars apply to STILES FRENCH, New Haven, Sept. 1, 1880. sei eod2m MUSICA1, INSTRUCTION. Voice, Piano, Flute. "M TISS FANNY C. HOWE resume Sept. 10 tnstrnc 1TX tion in the art of singing ; also upon the piano. Singing at Bight taught in classes on moderate terms Residence 102 Crown near Temple 8t. AIR. CHARLES T. HOWE resumes instruction upon the flute. 102 Crown street. W. E. Chandler. VOCAL STUDIO, 30, 32 and 34 Hoadley Building. se 25 tf $oarfc aifo glooms. Furnished Rooms, CENTRALLY located on Chapel street, op posite Green, to rent by the week. Apply at office of EDWARD M ALLEY. Seal tote. FOR RENT, TWO handsomely furnished front Rooms. one on first floor and one on second floor, with or without board. Terms very moderate. Ad- 208 ELM STREET. For Sale Very Low, A NICE brick block hnnnp. n-ninw ,ir. basement, In perfect order ; nearly new ; all modern ; nicely and centrally located : clear of ncum brance. Would exchange. Address o26 eodtf BOX 281, New Haven P. O. FOR RENT. S THE four story brick block ;House No. 163 taiii Temple street, heated by steam, for rent at $38 t I' per month. H. H. BUNNELL. ntf tl 216 Chapel Street. FOR RENT, SEVERAL well located Tenements, newly re fitted, and at low rates. Apply at office of n2 8t EDWARD MALLEY. FOR SALE. A HOUSE and lot in. Houston street ; lot 132x 208 ; house and barn : land well stnekeri witn fruit: will be sold for the low price of sU.snn on. MERWIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, 337 Chapel Street. Desirable Store for Rent. SITUATED at 303 Oak street, near Orchard street. An excellent place for a meat market and grocery Btore. The store contains Rhelve.. luuutera, ice oox, meat Dencn, racks, etc., all com plete and in good order. Will be rented low to a good tenant. For particulars apply to J. & T. Fitzpatrick at the livery stable, o28 6t 187 ORANGE STREET. FOR RENT, JgS, THE new house No. 18 Gill street, containing Villi nine rooms, water closet, bathing room, etc. Jliial Possession given the middle of November, store No. 651 State street, with four rooms. Apply to JACOB HELLER, Q2u 1 Yale Bank Building. JOSEPH SONNENBERG. Real Estate and Exchange Broker, 238 CHAPEL 8TREE i ALL kinds of American, Spanish and European Bonds bought and sold. Highest prices paid for mutilated currency, old coin and silver coin. JOSEPH SONNENBERG, oM 238 Chapel Street Grocery Store For Sale. m8ITUATED on one of the leading streets In this city. Clean stock, horse and wagon, &o. ; would exchange for other property. For full particulars, terms, &c. call on or address ' GEO. A. I SB ELL, oil Office, Todd's Block, cor. State and Elm sts. Houses and Lots For Sale or Ex-chans-e. Cottaae Hons a. hu in a bargain, near the line of the horse cars ; lot 62x150. A tWII-fainilv Finns nn Vfrrv street, and would like to get an offer for the above houses-are anxious to selL Also a number of urst-elasa Brick Houses and others, located central, price and terms can be made satisfactory. Water front lots In West Haven, also lota in different parti of the city. FOB RENT. A number or first-class Houses and Ten ements ; one furnished House, with all modern 'im provements ; can be seen at any time ; to rent love. Money to loan on real estate. Ileal Estate Office 9 Charon Street, Boom 5 Hoadley Building, Office open evenings. se25 I.. K. COMSXOCK. Engines, machinery and BOILERS Built and Repaired at Short Votlee. F. C. & A. E. Rowland, o29 3m - Iffew Haven, Conn. WANTED, A MAN of good address, energetic and trust, worthy. Particulars ss to duties, salary, etc. will be furnished upon application, which must not be later than lu a in., to ovu FKAXCia VANCK M Crows street. in n ii Boots (i m ion THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN. CI BEAT SEDUCTION IH THE FKICES OF MEAT JT &c. Best Porter House Steak. 16o. : Sirloin Steak. 15c. ; Round Steak, 12c. ; Rack Steak, 10c ; Corned Beef, Sc. ; Rib Roast, 10 to 15o. ; Stew Beef. 6o. ; Lamb, hindquarter, 14a ; I-amb, forequarter, 10c. ; Veal, jxxnaqnax-ter, 140. ; veai, lorequaxter. xuc. Hams, Rib and Sausages at Wholesale prices. Vegetables in their season at farmers' figures. L. 8HONBEROER, Nos. 1. a and 3 Central Market, (First Stalls from George street), Congress Ave. sep24is Success Assured ! BKOWVIJG, at 19 Congress Ave., re ceives his supplies in Butter and Eggs direct from the producer, thereby giving to the consumer the advantage of getting the very best at the lowest prices. Give him a trial and be convinced that there is no better place to buy Butter than at the Elm City Butter Market, o29 19 Congress Aye. For Sale at a Bargain, HORSE. Harness and Phaeton. Also five good Family or Business Horses, ranging in price from $75 to $200, are for sale at R. O. Dorman's Livery and Sale Stable, o30tf 39 Broadway, Buiinell & Scranton Bankers and Brokers, No. 216 Chapel Street, T VY and sell Stocks and Bonds dealt In at the New J -S lorn, .Boston and Philadelphia Stock Exchanges. Kjur una is connected with all or the above r-x- cnanges by private wire. o30 A Dollar Save! is Two Earnnfl By Purchasing Your GROCERIES AT AXDKEW GOODMAN'S. TTT has one of the largest assortments of Fancy M- -H. and Staple Groceries in the btate, consisting ox f inest Creamery and wilt Edge October U iter. New Crop of Porto Rico and New Orleans Molasses. jNew urip syrup, meat Aiapie syrup, Piatt 'b Kew Buckwheat. Fine Teas and (Toffees. A splendid assortment of Fruits. New Canned Goods Vegetables Canned Peaches. Bartlett Pears, White Cherries, Strawberries, Canned Tomatoes, String Beans, Lima Beans, Sweet Corn, Early June Peas, French Peas, glass, Oyster Bay Asparagus, Succotash, Lobster, Salmon, Golden Pumpkin. Gooseberries, Blackberries, Kaspberries, Egg Plum, Gage Plums Pine Apples, Quinces and Apricots, Call and see our goods and prices. The Genuine Rye and Rock, -war ranted, 65c per bottle. ANDREW GOODMAN, NO, 88 CItOWN STREET, Near Music Hall, 4 doors from Church street. o29 GOODMAN'S BUILDING. TheFall Opening OF 1880 SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED III EVERY DEPARTMENT. VTe shall inaugurate a special sale of Dry Goods eve ry weejt, commencing mod day, uctooer , ana 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 Goods, and Silks, Satins, Brocade Satins and Silks. Velvets and Shawls of the finest quality and patterns. The latest designs in English Walking Jackets, Cloaks, Dolmans and Ulsters. Our Millinery Stock is com plete in every particular, with all the French Novel ties in Flowers, Feathers and Ribbons, Our prices on all these goods are marked down lower than anybody else can possibly sell them. Our Blanket Department Is loaded down with all the choice makes, from $1.50 up to $15. 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 Bhades in x lannel 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 55c, well worth 75c. Twenty-five dozen Med icated Shirts and Drawers at tl, 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, 3oc to SI. 25. We will offer special inducements to the Ladies of this city this week 55 dozen Corsets. Among the lot are 20 dozen Cooley 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 IlcGrail k Shanley, 276 Chapel Street, And 79 Orange Street. oG ends Fire! Fire. S. SILYERTHAU & SON, 200 CHAPEL STREET, Wish to inform the uubiic that on account of the destruction by fire a few days ago, ot the; An soma Clock Co. in Brooklyn, the Sole Man'fs of the ALARM clocks which we have been sell-; in g so much lower than elsewhere; that they cannot get any more but still have a few morei loft with which they are enabled to supply a few of the many that are in want of them, we! are stilt selling round nickel clocks frm$2.35 upwards. Only o few more left. Call & examine SSILVERTHAU&SOII WATCHES A SPECIALTY, 200 Chapel Street1 Repairing of all kinds, ENGLISH'S BUILD INQ. 6 S002S BELOW THE BBID3S. To tlie Homers of the jiiKrtx aiuii lUAut. DUflua oz vne uoscon ana New York Air Line Kail road Company : The holders of the First Mortgage Bonds of the Boston and New York Air Line Railroad Company are hereby notified that the Company exercising the right to redeem said bonds upon six months notice as ex pressed on the face of said bonds, hereby notifies the holders thereof that they will redeem the said bonds upon presentation at the office of the Treasurer Qf said Company, at number 12 Wall street, in the city of New York, on or before the first day Qf February, ism, oy paying m me aoiaers tjiereoi respectively tne full aniount of the principal sum which would be payable upon each of said bonds at its maturity, to gether with all interest due and payable upon any coupons annexed thereto, according to their tenor, and also an additional premium of five per centum of the principal sum due upon each of said bonds, Attest, x. u. waisum, secretary, a2 oamimoaw2m B. & N. Y. A. L. tt. R, Co. THIS GREAT INVENTION FOB WASHING AITS CLEAUSHTG In hard or soft water, WITHOUT SOAPj and without danger to the finest fabric. BATES TIME and LABOK AMAZINGLY, and is rapidly coming into general nae. Sold by all Grocers ; bat beware of vile counterfeits. Its great access brings out dangerous imita tions, but PKAKLINK is the only safe article. Ahrays bears the name of James Pyle, New York Proposals tor Rip-rap Granite. United States EKanrEEB Office, New Ltodox, Conn., October 20, 1880. SEALED PROPOSALS in triplicate for furnishing rip-rap granite will be received at this office until 11 a. in , November 10, 1880, for the construction of breakwater at Stoninuton, Conn. New Haven, Conk. Specifications and blank forms for proposals and guaranty will be sent on application to this office. Q29 3t J. w. BARLOW, Major of Engineers. GAUDEFKOY'S EMPLO YMEXT OFFICE: HAS constantly on hand help suitable for private families, as well as for hotels, boarding houses and restaurants Great attention is paidby the pro prietor of the establishment in the choice of girls&nd women before sending them to fill a situation. Conn try calls of any distances are promptly attended (a. 3x Orange sUeu. near Crown street. M . OAUDEFEOY. Shanley Una MINIATURE ALMANAC. NOVEMBER 4. Suit Risks, Sun Sets, 6.36 4.52 1 Moon Skts, 6.23p.m. High Watch, Aj.ue p. m. Iioeal Weather Report. Sighal Office, New Havew, Conn.,) November a, 1880. f a e. S3. 12 7a.m.. .... I 30.42 S3 79 S p. m 30.40 I 53 I 54 9 p. m 30.47 48 77 11:1 p. m.. 30.47 43 75 Daily Mean. 30.44 44 70 N 8 SE 3 E 2 NE 1 Clear. Fair. Fair. Cloudy. Max. Temn.. 63 : Mln. Tern., 30: Total Bainfall or Melted Snow (inches and lOOths), 00 ; Mai. velocity of wind, lu nuies per uuur. j. xi. DniLusAH, UDserver, Serftt. Signal Corps, U. S. Army. MARRIAGES. AKDEBSON MIX In Hamdon. Nov. 3d, by Rev. Dr. E. K. BeardBiey, jonn v. Anderson or new xorn, and Harriette SL Mix. no cards. DEATHS. CLEAVKLAND In Brooklyn, N. y., after an illness of two weeks, Mrs. Ji- ieaveiand, widow of the lata Rev. Dr. E. L. Cleaveland. of this citv. Burial services will be held in the Grove street ceme tery chapel at u:au o'clock Friday morning. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services without further notice. OFFICE OF NEW HAVEN WATER CO.,1 New Haven, Nov. 4, 1880. i NOTICE. THE right to take and pay for new stock in this Company will expire Nov. 10th.- All such stock not taken at that date will be sold at auction, at the office of the company, on Thursday, Nov. 18th, at 11 o'clock A, SI. The transfer books of the company will oe closed until rov. urn, motusive.- .Per order, n4 It V. GOFFE PHIPPS, Secretary. Palladium, Register and Union copy. Circulating- Library. N OW is the time to subscribe. Some of the new Fate, Brownie's Triumph, Chateau D Or. Wild Hya cinth, Lost for a Woman, Moths, Salvage, Stillwatsr Tragedy. The two great books of the season Fool's Errand. 15 ricks without straw. Call for a catalogue. 10c per volume per week. Cards $1, 3 months $1.50, 1 year $i. No. 75 Orange street. n Lu U. BARTHOLOMEW. BOARD WANTED, JteSS FOR a lady in a quiet family, where there fftii are few or no other boarders. Home comforts. j? tf , Apply between 1 and 2 p. m., at n3 3t 36 HIGH STREET. TRUSTEE'S SALE. WILL be Bold by order of the Court of Probate at public auction to the highest bidder, on the premises, on November 10th, 1880, at naif-past ten o'clock a. m., the equity of redemption in the premis es known as Nob. 6 and Oak street, in the city of New Haven, being a piece of land with the bull dines xuereon, aDout e leet iront ana aoout ta ieet deep. Details of the condition of the property will be (riven at the sale. Also at the same sale, the book accounts and choses in action of William Cummins, insolvent debtor. n4 3t - STEPHEN B. BUTLER, Trustee. You should, wear the llllll J J. UlVllIf KJM.M-M.M (J The best, in the world, PRICE OXE DOLLAR. Only to be had in this city of T. P. Merwin, SOLE AGENT FOR NEW HAVEN, Office (at residence) No. 38 College Street. irosxai uraers promptly niiea. n TAKE NOTICE r THAT you can hear of a customer if you have a second-hand portable Engine and Boiler for sale. rent or exchange, of from 4 to 12 horse power,by call ing on or addressing . Geo. A. Isbell, Office cor. State and Elm St.,Totd's Block. n Are Your lVerves or Rrain Affected i West's Nerve and Brain Treatment is warranted to cure or money refunded, at Whittlesey's Drug- Store, n4 diw 228 Chapel and 32G State street. GET THE BEST ! Clemmeslibw's Self-Raising Buck wheat and Griddle-Cake Flour. TALE & BRYAN, AGENTS. REMOVAL. and after Not. 7th, the office of the Industrial Branch of the Germ an ia Life Ins. Co. will be removed from 344 to 468 State street. The Company take this opportunity to deny the report that has been circulated that they are about to abandon their office in this city. The business will be continued under the charge of C. S. FOWLER, as heretofore, at their new location. WM. MASON, New Haven, Nov. 3, 1880. Chief Agent. n3 3t N. W. HINE, GENERAL AGEXT FOR The flight-Running 'DOMESTIC" Sewing: Machine. And. Jobber and Retailer of NEEDLES, Parts and Attachments For All Sewing Machines. None but Genuine stock. Parts kept in Remember the Place, N. W. HINE, " Domestic " Office, 20G Chapel Street. Don't Pass Me Bv ! BUT give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Spec tacles. Darant'a, 38 Chnrch Street. All Re pairing warranted to give perfect satisfaction, and done at short notice at 3. H. Or. DURANT'S, Practical Watchmaker, 38 Church Street. P. S. Specialty, Watches and Antiaue Clock Re- pairing. n2 Some Folks Say ! mi WEIX.I should buy my Coal and Flour from Hughes and Bave 1 a barrel on Floor, or save on a ton of Coal.but I bave'nt got the money to pay cash down. Well, get the money, save it if yon can, borrow it if you have to, any way to save a dollar. People get rich by saving dollars. Great Sale of Butter. 50 tubs Quaker Dairy Batter sold in one week at 25c a pound. Come in and try it. ftew jttttclrwheat. very nice. Best Syrup, 50c gallon. George W. H. Hughes, INDEPENDENT DEALER, a " 84 Church Street M Ms and Low Prices IS MT MOTTO. MY Fancy Patent Flour, (Golden Sheaf Brand) is used in all parts of the city and snita nrarv time. Best quality of Oatmeal, White and Tellow Corn meal, Hominy, Fancy Wheat Meal, Rye Flour, Rye Graham, and a fancy Buckwheat Flour, warranted pure. uive me a can. CHATFIELD'S , Flour, Graii aii FeeJ store, 4yt state St., uor. .Elm. EDISON'S 3OLYFOR M 8 the result of a long series of experiments by the distinguished inventor upon himself and others. to relieve the terrible sufferings of neuralgic pains. Under his name and guarantee it is offered to the pnblic, with the aatarance that it will relieve the ex cruciating pains of RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, HEADACHES. Fo higher testimony could be adduced than the certificate of Prof . Edison, who authorises the publi cation of the following : Menlo Park, IV. J. 1 certify that tbe preparation known as KdLwn's Poly form is made according to forniBla devised aad used by myself. THOMAS A. EOISOJff. Sufferers who have despaired of ever being relieved and cured of these distressing complaints will find a certain relief by using EDISON'S POLYFORM. ' Price, $ l.OO Per Bottle. Prepared by ' - ' MENLO PARK MANUFACTURING CCK, - ' ' ... . - - New Xork. - Sold bj sU Druggist. - se30 TuFriTrlJ Nevs by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. Further Returns from the Different States. THE GLORIOUS NEWS CONFIRMED. Later Figures Looking Bet- ter for Republicans. A NUMBER OF CONGRESSMEN GAINED And Several United States Sen ators Assured. THE PRESIDENT-ELECT AT HOME. Congratulations Pouring in from all Quarters. Undisturbed by His Great Success. THE ELECTIONS. California. A Close Vote and Doubtful Result. San Fbancisco, Kot. 3. The rote in the city will give Hancock a majority and will also elect Kosecrans (Dem.) for Congress from the First district. The vote in the State very close, with some Republican gains in the small precincts and losses in the larger ones. The Democrats probably elect a ma jority or tne Assembly men, wnicn will give tnem tne United States benator. Later re turns, however, are needed to determine this. The election of Knight -CKep. ) in the Third. and Pacheco (Rep.) in the Fourth district, to Colorado. Garfield's Plurality Probably Oyer 3,000. Denveb, Nov. 3. Forty-nine towns and precincts covering about half the State give Garfield 2,840 majority. The remainder of the State will probably increase these figures. Delaware. tA Majority for Hancock of 1,000. Wilmtngton, Nov. 3. The election in this city resulted in the return of full Democratic legislative tickets for Sussex and Kent coun ties, which ensures the return of Mr. Bayard to the United States Senate. Newcastle coun ty has been carried by the Republicans by about 100, electing the whole county ticket. Hancock carries the State by 1,000 majority. Florida. A Small Democratic Majority. Tallahassee, Nov. 3. The returns by tel- graph from all parts of the State indicate that the majority for Hancock and Bloxham (dem.) for Governor will be between 2,000 and 3,000. The Republican majorities in their strongest counties are all reduced, some largely. Finley (dem.) for Congress is elect ed by about 1,500 majority in the Second district. The Legislature is largely Demo cratic. Indiana. Garfield's Majorlty-About 8,000. Indianapolis, Not. 3. From th8 most re liable Republican sources it is estimated that the State gives Garfield 8,000 majority. The streets to-night are thronged with pedestrians with tin horns and all is noise. Bonfires are burning in different parts of the city and bands of music are parading the streets fol lowed by processions shouting for Garfield. Illinois. Summary of Results in the Northwest. Chicago, Nov. 3. Following is a summary of the result in the northwestern States, so far as known, and estimated majorities : Illinois Kepublican majority, 4.1,000 ; Ke publican gain of one Congressman. Culluni, rep. , is elected Governor and the Legislature is Kepublican. Iowa Seventy thousand Republican ma jority, and the Republicans gain one Con gressman. Wisconsin Republican by 30,000 majority. The Republicans elect six Congressmen, a gain of one. The Legislature is Republican in both houses. Nebraska Twenty-five thousand Republi can majority. Minnesota Fifteen thousand Republican majority and all three Republican Congress men elected. The Legislature is strongly Kepublican and will elect a United States Senator. Kansas Thirty thousand Republican ma jority. A Democratic Estimate ot the Next Con gress. Chicago, Nov. 3. The Daily News, which was a strong Hancock paper, says the next Congress will stand : House, Republicans 152, Democrats 141 ; Senats, Republicans 39, Democrats 37. xne Jyems attributes tne de feat to the Democrats' bad management. caying Away the Paraphernalia. Chicago, Nov. 3. The Democratic mana gers to-day pulled down the great banners which were suspended across Clark and Mad ison streets at headquarters, and the rooms were closed. All the Hancock and English flags and signs about the streets have disap peared, but the Republican banners still re main displayed. Iowa. Majorities for Congressmen and Electors. Des Moines, Nov. 3. -Themajorities on Iowa Congressmen are now stated to average as follows: First district, McCord 2,500; Second, Farwell 3,400; Third, Updegraff 2, 500; Fourth, Deering 8,000 ; Fifth, Thomp son 5,000; Seventh, Kasson .3,500 ; Eighth, Hepburn 8,000 ; Ninth, Carpenter 9,000 ; all Republicans. In the Sixth district Cutts (Rep.) has an apparent majority of about 100. The district is very doubtful. The fu sion between the Democrats and Greenback ers was very strong. The indications are that Garfield's plurality over Hancock will not fall below 10,000 and the majority over all will be about 5.000. The Republican gains have been large all over the State. The connt in this city will hardly be completed to-night. There are fifty names on the ballots, besides a constitutional amendment voted on. There has been considerable scratching and the counting is slow work. Massachusetts. Over 50,000 Majority for Garfield. Boston, Nov. 3. Returns from all but eight towns in Massachusetts give Garfield 162,027, Hancock 110,930, Weaver 3,907, Dow 457. The Republicans carry avery Con gressional district in the Btate except the Fourth, where Leopold Morse has a small plurality. His opponent has called for a re count. Michigan. A Sweeping Republican Victory. Detboit, Not. 3. The State is solidly Re publican by 40,000 majority. Every Repub lican Congressman is elected. The Leg islature is overwhelmingly Republican as usual. - ' ' ' " Maine. ' An Kstimateof Garfield Majority. Boston, Nov. 3. Not a line from Maine to-night. It has probably gone Republican by 5,000 or 6,000 majority. , . Xevada. The State Probably Republican. Sah Fbancisco, Not. 8. Returns from Ne- Tuesday's Victory. yada leave the result somewhat doubtful with the probabilities in favor of the Republicans. It may take an official count to settle the electoral vote. Nebraska. A Big Majority for Oarfield. Omaha, Nov. 3. Garfield will have not far from 25,000 majority and the Republican I State ticket about the same. The Republi cans elect three-fourths of the legislature. The Greenback vote is diminished from last year. Valentine (rep.) is elected to Congress. New Hampshire. Everything tioel Republican Manchesteb, Nov. 3. The Eepublioans elect the Governor by over 2,000 majority, and have probably secured all three Con gressmen. Sanborn and Bingham (Dema.) in the First and Third districts, do not run ahead as was expected. The Democrats have eight and perhaps nine of the twenty-four Senators. TheHouse is Republican by fifty majorityatleast New Jersey. Democratic Majorities A Xtepubllcai Senator Secured. Newabk, Nov. 3. In New Jersey Lud low (dem.) for Governor has upward of 2,- 000 majority and Hancock more. The Re publicans concede the election of Ludlow. I The Congressional delegation will remain as before, that is four Republicans and three Democrats. " The majorities for Congress men are estimated as follows : Republicans I George M. Robeson 3,500, J. Hart Brewer 1,000, John Hill 1,700, Fhineas Jones 2.C00 : Democrats Miles Ross 2,500, H. S. Harris 3,000, A. A. Hardenberg 4,000. Robeson and Ross are re-elected. The Republicans will have a majority of ten in the Senate and six in the House, and will choose a successor to Theodore F. Randolph, the present United states senator. Kew York. The Vote of New York City Garfield's Majority in tike St ate (ii-ace Elected by- a Small Majority. New Yoke, Nov. 3. The total vote of this city was: Hancock 117,069, Garfield 78,898 ; Hancock's majority 38, 771. There are twen" ty-eight election districts missing, which. however, will affect the majority not more than 200. It is estimated by politicians that Garfield's majority in the State will vary but little from 25,000. Tilden's majority in 1876 was 32, 742. The excitement over the Mayor alty contest in this city has subsided some what now that it is definitely settled who is elected. All the figures are in except one electien district and J onn nelly's candidate has a majority ot upwards ot 3, 201. Democratic Gain of Five Congressmen. New Yoek, Nov. 3. According to returns received in this city, the Congressional dele gation from this State will stand as follows First district, Perry Belmont, dem. ; Second, W. E. Robinson, dem. ; Third, J. Hyatt Smith, dem. ; Fourth, Archibald Bliss, dem. ; Fifth, Ben Wood, dem. : Sixth, Sunset S. Cox, dem. ; - Seventh, P. H. Dugra, dem. Eighth, Anson McCook, rep. ; Ninth, Fernando Wood, dem. ; Tenth, A. Hewett, dem. ; Eleventh, Levi P. Morton, rep. : Twelfth, Waldo Hutch- xns, dem. : Thirteenth, John a. Ketcham, rep. ; Fourteenth, Lewis Beach, dem. ; Fifteenth, Thomas Cornell, rep. ; Sixteenth, Michael N. Nolan, dem. ; Seven teenth, Walter A. Wood, dem. : Eighteenth, John Hammond, rep. ; Nineteenth. Abram Parker, rep. ; Twentieth, George West, rep. : Twenty-first. Ferris Jacobs, jr., rep. : Twen ty-second, Warner Miller, rep. ; Twenty- third, Cyrus J). Prescott, rep. ; Twenty- fourth, Joseph Mason, rep. ; Twenty-fifth, F. Hiscock, rep. ; Twenty-sixth, J. U. Camp, rep. ; Twenty-seventh, Elbridge G. Lapham, rep. ; Twenty-eighth, Jeremiah W. Dwicht, rep. : Twenty-ninth, D. P. Richard son, rep. ; Thirtieth, John VanVoorhees, rep. : Xhirty-nrst, Kichard ijrowley, rep. Thirty-second, Jonathan Scoville, dem. ; Thirty-third, Henry Van Arnum, rep. Ac cording to the figures on which the above is based, the delegation stands 14 Democrats and 19 Republicans, a Democratic gain of five. KerlitB to be Left at Home. Albany, Nov. 3. The returns from the Assembly districts throughout the State give the Republicans a majority of 40. They have a majority in the Senate of 18, making a Kepublican majority of 5s on joint ballot, , which insures the election of a Kepublican successor to Francis Kernan. Complete Returns from Kings County. Brooklyn, Nov. 3. Kings county com plete gives Hancock Cl,123, Garfield 51,144 ; Hancock's majority 9,979. Weaver received 50 votes. Hapallo (Dem.) for Judge of the Court of Appeals received less than 700 ma jority. Edgar M. Cullen for the Supreme Court has a majority of 2,300, which proba bly ensures his election. All the Democratic candidates for local officers were elected with the exception of County Auditor and Comp troller. Robinson (Dem.) for Congress in the Second district, has a majority over O'Reilly (Rep.) of 7,455. In the Third dis trict J. Hyatt Smith (Dem.) has a majority of 1,6(!1 over Chittenden (Rep. ). In the Fourth district Bliss (Dem.) has 5,007 majority over Tallmadge (Rep.). The Democrats elect nine and the Republicans three Assemblymen. General Hancock's Views of the Result. New Yobk, Nov. 3. Last night General Hancock retired at an early hour, having given explicit orders that he should not be disturbed on account of any election dis patches whatever. The officers of his com mand at headquarters watched the bulletins, which grew hour by hour more discouraging for their chief, long after he was asleep. This morning General Hancock arose early and walked over to his office, where he spent a short time disposing of his more impor tant private correspondence. He spent the day attending to his routine duties and re ceived all his visitors. No politicians of prominence appeared, but a few personal friends called to express condolence and re- orets. General Hancock said to one visitor : 'I regret it more lor tne country tnan 1 do for mv own sake." "What do you think of the election ?" said another. "I can only re peat what I have all along said, that I am willing to abide by the decision of the people. Our country is a republic and the majority must rule. There is no use in complaining." Both Committees Shutting np Shop. New Yoek, Nov. 3. The Democratic National committee rooms are deserted to night. The Republicans will close their rooms to-morrow. According to dispatches received by Chairman Jewell this evening, Nevada has gone Democratic, which will send Fair to the Senate in place of Sharon. This is a Democratic gain. Californians do not give it up and say they will wait further re turns. J. H. Mitchell of the Republican committee of Oregon sent a dispatch saying the vote is very close, not more tnan 200 either way. We will have to wait official re- turns. The Republicans House by 18. majority. claim the next Bnmum's Rather Mysterious Claims. New York. Nov. 3. The following dis patch was received by Governor Jewell to night. Oil City. Nov. 3. Barntun telegrapxis a private message here that New York State has gone Demo cratic by 500 majority. Signed. . Kkpuhlican Club. Mr. Jewell answered this : "This is a lie." He says that Mr. Barnum had telegraphed to California that New York had gone Demo cratic by 5,000 and to Toledo that it had gone Democratic by 1,500. Jewell says it will take the official count to decide the vote of Cali fornia and Oregon. Crowds visited the head quarters of the National Republican commit tee to-night, it being the last evening the rooms will be open. To-morrow the com mittee will give up the house and it is ex pected some jollification will mark the occa sion. "We are resting on our arms after the great battle of yesterday," said General Chester A. Arthur, chairman of the State committee this evening. "We have done sufficiently well to take one day's rest. I have been attending to some routine matters as well as receiving the congratulations of a number of friends." Scattering Returns. Saratoga, Nov. 3. Fulton county gives Garfield 1,100 majority, a Kepublican gain of 200, Schenectady county complete gives Garfield 618 majority, a Kepublican gain of over 800. . Saratoga county complete gives Garfield 2,307 majority, a Kepublican gain over 1876 of 1,316. ' Stapletow, S. L, Not- 3. Kichmond county's total vote is 4,815 for Hancock, 3,829 for Garfield ; Democratic majority 1,526. Syracuse, Not. 3. Garfield's majority in Onondaga county is 4,575. Kutderhook, Nov. 3. -Columbia county : Garfield 6,485, Hancock 6.110. Oodensbubo, Not. 8. St. Lawrence coun- ty substantially complete indicates that Gar field's majority will be 7,900. Oswego, Nov. 3. Oswego countycomplete gives uarneia 3,387 majority. Axtbtjbn, Nov. 3. Cayuga county complete gives uarneia 3 4(mj majority. Binohamton, Nov. 3. Broome county gives 1,722 plurality for Uarneld. Tioga county gives 1,100 plurality for Oarneld, L elaware county about b.jO plurality for tar- field. Chenango county gives Garfield 1,218 plurality. Ohio. Garfield's Majority Placed at 30,000. Columbus, Nov. 3. Chairman Nash has complete returns from thirty-eight counties, including the most populous ones. Thirty- six counties show Republican gains of 13,719 over Foster's vote in 1879. Two counties, Henry and Mercer, show 300 Democratic gain. He believes 30,000 a safe estimate of the total majority. Pennsylvania. The Republican Majority Estimated at 33,000. Philadelphia, Nov. 3. The Republican majority in this State, as nearly as can be es timated wiinout tne omciai count, foots up 35,000. The Legislature is Republican by about 50 on joint ballot. The Republicans nave captured an tne aouDttui uoneressional districts except one, and the delegation stands xtepnblicans 19, a gain of two, and Demo crats 8, a loss of one. Rhode Island. What tbe Complete Returns Show Pbovtdence, Nov. 3. - Complete returns from Rhode Island give Garfield 18,184, Han cock 10,774, Weaver 234 ; Garfield over Han cock 7,410. Congressmen : First district, Aldrich (rep.) 0,508, Lawrence (dem.) 4,587, Cram (greenback) lo! ; second district, Chase (rep.) 8,515, Treat (dem.) i,02i, Smith (greenback) 90. Texas. Solid for Hancock. Galveston, Nov. 3. It may be some days before the back counties will report, but the I btate is solid for Hancock by about 00,000. Virginia. The Regular Democratic Ticket Elected. Richmond, Nov. 3. All the indications point to the defeat of the Mahone debt-paying Democrats. The result thus far gives the regular Democratic electoral ticket 31,933, readjusters 6,411, Republican. 25,226. The readjusters may get one Congressman in the northern district. The indications are that Tucker and Cabell, funder Democrats, are re-elected, and Allen (Dem.) elected over PauL readjuster. In all the remaining dis tricts the debt payers are successful except m Goode's district, in which Decendorff (Rep. ) is elected. Gains and Losses in Congress. Washington, Nov. 3. At Republican headquarters the following is figured as the Republican gains and losses in Congressmen : Republican gains Massachusetts 1, Morse Virginia 1, Goode ; North Carolina 1, Ketch- am ; Tennessee 3, Taylor, xoung and At kins; Alabama 2, Second and Fourth districts ; Louisiana 1, Darrell : Iowa 2, Gillette and Weaver ; Minnesota 1 ; Wisconsin 1, Bauch ; Missouri 2, Seligman and Vanhorhe ; Penn sylvania 3, Scranton, Brunnum and Camp bell ; West Virginia 1, Wilds ; Kentucky 2, Turner and Phester ; Illinois 1 ; total 22. Republican losses New York 3, Nevada 1. The following are the figures in the Senate : In the present Senate Republicans 33. Lost, Bruce in Mississippi ; gained one each in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New York. Indi ana, Ohio, Tennessee and New Jersey ; total 39. They have apparently lost one in Neva da and California, which reduces to 37. The Democrats have 39, but in the event of Ma hone acting with the Republicans there will be a tie which will give the Vice President the casting vote. At Democratic headquar ters they have not yet figured upon the gains and losses. THE PRESIDENT ELECT. At Orariield's Home A Thoroughly Amer ican Scene Congratulations Pouring in From all Q,uarters How the Pi-esiflent Received Them. Cleveland, Nov. 3. A special from Men tor to the News says : It was early this morn ing before anything came to hand from the Facific coast, from which Garfield had ex pressed a desire to hear several times during the night. The news was most favorable. The scene by this time became one never to be forgotten. It was purely American. In a little 1G by 20 one story building sat the President elect of the grandest country un der the sun, calmly reading the dispatches that told of his elevation to the high posi tion. His little son stood by his side at the desk finereriner the telegraphic sheets, of the significance of which he had little idea. Clus tered around, full of deep satisfaction and yet in no wise showing excitement, were the friends and neighbors of the man whose steady upward progress they had watched with pride and affection. To one and all he showed a familiarity that made them feel he was still one of them and yet could not let them forget he was a man among men. At his left elbow by a pine table thrown togeth er for the occasion sat the representatives of the press and to his right his confidential secretary, Major Swaine, with the two busy telegraph operators. The present occupant of the White House telegraphed his successor as follows : My heartiest congratulations. God bless yon. It. B. Hayes, (Signed) The followine are among the more impor tant of the congratulatory telegrams received by the General to-day : New Yoek, Nov. 3. To Hon. J. A. Garfield : Am too tired to talk, but not so faticued that I can not congratulate you on our glorious victory. Your own course has been wonderfully wise for yourself and comforting to your friends. Governor Jewell is radiant ana deserves to oe. (aigneaj Emoby A. Stores. Londok, Nov. 3. Lowell. Minister, and Hoppen, Secretary, send warmest congratulations. (Signed) A4IEJIICAN LBiATlUH. Lexington, Ky.. Nov. 3. The home of Henry Clay cives you over 500 major ity. None other than native southern Republicans can understand or appreciate how grateful we are for the nation s verdict. (oignea) Wm. Cassiub Goodloe. Pabih, Nov. 3. Congratulations, a thousand, for my country. (Signed) noYKs. Washington, Nov. 8. The Stars and Striues are floating over the Uiggs House in honor of the honest victory you have ob tained. God bless yon. (Signed) c. w. SPOFFORD. Washington. D. C. Nov. 3. I congratulate you upon your decisive majority and election. Howgate. Malone. N. Y., Nov. 3. Cordial congratulations on your splendid vindica tion and election. W. A. Whf.el.eh. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 3. The family of ''Fools" send greetings. .a. w. aouxxuke. Utica, Nov. 8. Our victory is complete and glorious. New York has done her duty. The nation is safe. G. G. xIoskins, Lieutenant Governor. Columbus, O., Nov. 3. All safe. A thousand congratulations. The nation stands. No more "solid South." Your calumniators are silenced forever. J. W. Dennison. Amhebkt, Mass., Nov. 3. The Lord God of His people guide and guard you. JULIUS XX. XjEFLT. Great excitement over the result prevailed among General Garfield's friends in Cleve land to-day. Arrangements have been made for a ratification meeting to-morrow ment. at which President Hayes and President-elect Garfield will be present. President Hayes telegraphed from r remont this afternoon that he should spend to-morrow afternoon with General and Mrs. Gar field. THE OLI WORLD. Ireland. l.aiil Leaguers Cited to Appear. Dublin, Nov. 3. Summons were served upon Messrs. Farnell, Sexton, Sullivan and Egan to appear in the Court of Queen's Bench in this city on Friday to answer in dictments found against them for conspiracy against the government in connection with the proceedings of the Land League. They will have four days to plead to the indict ments, after which they will be put upon trial. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. New Yobk, Nov. 3. Sailed, the Amerique for Havre, the Scythia and Olympia for Liv erpool. Arrived, the Wisconsin from liver pool, the State of Hernda from Glasgow. New York Arrived, the Batavia from Liv erpool, the Saratoga from Havana.. Boston Sailed, the Minnesota for Liverpool- ... ' . . fhixadelpnia Arnvea, tne Lora cmne from Liverpool. Glasgow Arrived, the State of Indiana from Glasgow. - -- Hamburg Sailed,, the Gellert for New York. Queens town Sailed, the City of Chester for New York. . Liverpool Sailed, the Egypt for New York. Plymouth Arrived, the Herder from New York for Hamburg. FINANCE AND TRADE. Special Correspondence of Journal and Courikb. John II. Davis ft Co. . Bankers and Brokers. 17 Wall Htreet. ! Siw Yobk, Nov. 3, 1880. ) The political cloud being lifted by tbe election re turns ss first published in the morning papers, the stock market opened brisht and active and confident. the eagerness of buyers for the advance carrying prices la2 per cent, higher than the latest omciai fig ures of Monday. Tbe rnsh to bay stocks induced soms of the heavy holders who had confidence to buy before the election to coaae in as sellers, which made the market unsettled and nucrnatlng ail day." The Bond Market. Government bonds were strong and higher, with four per cent s. up to 110. In State bonds the only dealings were in North Carolina special tax, third series, a itaurosa Donas were active and irregular, but the late enor mous transactions and steady advance in prices indi cate pretty clearly that the attention of capitalists has been diverted to a considerable extent from the share list to the market for railroad bonds, more par ticularly to the interest-paying lssnes tnat sell below par. J-lie Dosiness to-uay wss wen aisinoaiea. Government bonds closed as follows : 1880s, reg 103t 1880s, coup 103 1881s, reg 10 v New 4s, reg liov New 4s, coup 110j currency tie i vo 1981a, coupon . 1114 V. union fsclno. 1st. ..11 New 5s, reg New 6s, coupon New t reg New 4S4S, coup. .102 Land Grants 113 .lDl 'i Sinking Funds 119 .lioij Central Pacific 114 .1113 Paolno6eof '95 Stocks closed ss followt : A. k P. Telegrsph ... 41 Arizons Central . Am. Disk Tel 74f Michigan Central .. .108 s: Milwaukee ft St.PaullOo ao. prex. ..ny Boston w. i' - Morris ft Essex 11G5 Bur. k CecL Rapids.. 68 Boston Air Line, .... Chicago, Bar. Q...li8i( Chicago and Alton.. 139 mar. i. in. ist prer. Mar. ft Cin. 2d pref. Mobile ft Ohio 23i metropolitan xju ao. prer 145 Manhattan 37 Central Pacific 83 0. C. ft 1 81 C. C. 4- I. C 19 Canada Southern.... 67 Caribou Ches ft' Ohio 20 iortn racinc 3U do. pref 54,V sasn a unat ex Northwestern 1151 do pref 138' HI. J. Central 77 do. adpref... 21 do. 1st nref.. 27 N x. Kj. s xiuason..i3t?i n. y., it. a. a ti..... Canton Denver ft Kio G DeL, Lack, ft West.. 98'; Del ft Hudson 873." Deadwood Ontario ft West 251: Ohio Central Ohio ft Miss 36; do. pref 80 Ontario Silver Peoria D.&E. pfd.... Panama ............ Pittsburg 126 Erie 2d consols Erie Erie pref Excelsior Mining . Pacific Mail ilii Elevated 120 Fort Wayne Hart, ft Erie, 1st.... quicksilver. 13 do. prer. . . Rock Island 122 ao. za . Beading 4', Harlem... 195t Kt. Louis ft San r rn. 42 San Francisco pref... 58 Han. ft St. Jo 42 do. prof 89 San Fran. 1st pref... 80 vr St. Paul, ft O. M 45X Homestake Houston ft Texas.... 75t Illinois central 118) Iron Mountain 51 Standard .. Silver Cliff Sutro 1' Terre Haute 31 do. pref.... Dnion Pacific 94 Wab.. St. Louis & P. . 45 do. pref... 79 Jersey Kansas ft Texas 38'. Little Pittsbum LonisftN. Albany.. Louisville ft Nash. . . 171 Lake Shore liov Lake Erie ft West. . . i)3 Western Union 97?, do. pref - ' Bid. t ABked. EXPRESS STOCKS. Adams 119) Wells, Fargo. American 67; United States r2 Local Stock Quotations. FarnUked by Bunnell & Scranton, BANKERS AND BROKERS, Brewster Building. DANE STOCKS. Bid. New Haven County National Bank (par $10) Second National Bank New Haven National Bank 13 151 154 151 112 114 56 117 63 106 108 105 105 101 100 130 109 106 106 100 105 107 120 110 112 105 113 106 110 123 81 66 114 1144' 117 119 117 119 170 178 162 34 102 104 135 40 45 5 5 8 25 12 84 6 115 ' 35 37 11 85 98, 75 98 95 Tradesmans National Bank Yale National Bank Merchants National Bank (par $50) . City Bank (State) Mechanics Bank (State, par $60) .... STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS. Connecticut 6s, due 1884 Conn. 6s. exempt from taxation Connecticut 5s, due 1887-97 New Haven City 5s, due 1887-1897. . New Haven City 6s, due 1881 New Haven City 6s, due $20,000 a year New Haven City 7e. due 1901 N.Haven Town Os.Air Line issue.1889 N. Haven Town 6s, War L'n issue,1885 N.Haven Town 6s, County Loan, 1890 RAILBOAD BONDS AND STOCKS. New Haven and Northampton 6s. due 1882 New Haven and Northampton Gs, Consolidated Mortgage. 1909. . . . New Haven and Northampton 7s. due 1899 Holyoke and WeBtfield 7s, guaran teed by N. H. and N. Co New Haven and Northampton 7s, new issue Boston and New York Air Line 7s, due 1895. Colchester Bailroad 7s, guaranteed by Air Line Housatonic 5 s, 1st Cou. Mortgage. . . New Haven and Derby Railroad 7s, 1st Mortgage, due 1885 New Haven and Derby Railroad 7s, ja mortgage (guaranteed) Connectiout Western Railroad 7s, 1st Mortgage Connecticut Valley Railroad 7s, 1st Mortgage Union Pacific Railroad 6s, 1st Mort gage .............. ......... . .. Union Pacific Railroad 7s, Land Grants. Union Pacific Railroad 8s, Sinking Fund New York, New Haven and Hartford R. R. Stock (oar MOO) Naugatuck Railroad Stock New Haven and Northampton Rail road Stock (par $100) N. Y. and N. England 1st mortgage 6s. due 1905 Shore Line Railway Stock Boston and New York Air LinePre- f erred Stock Boston and N. Y. Air Line Common . New Haven and Derby Bailroad Stock (par $100) Fair Haven and Westville Horse Railroad Co. (par $25) WeBt Haven Horse Railroad Co. (par MISCELLANEOUS. New Haven Water Co. (par $50) New Haven Water Co. rights to new stock Fair Haven Water Co. Bonds, 7s, guaranteed by N. H. W. Co New Haven Gas Co. Stock (par $25) . Mansfield Elastic Frog Co. (par $25) - Victor Sewing Machine Co. (par $25) Mexican and Spanish Dollars Trade Dollars Chili Dollars Canada Bills Nova Scotia Bills English Sovereigns. $4 LOCAL, NEWS. Tne C. N. C. The following general order has been pro mulgated from the adjutant-general's office : Adjutant-General 's Office,) Habtfobd, Oct. 30, 18-10. General Orders No. 10 : I. The Connecticut National Guard will be mus tered and inspected between the loth and 30th days of November, the First and Second regiments by Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis L. Morgan, brigade adju tant. The Third and Fourth regiment by Major John B. Clapp, brigade inspector. The artillery and Fifth battalion by Lieutenant-Colonel Simeon J. Fox, as sistant adjutant-general. lx. The mustering omcers wiu assign aates ror muster of various companies as soon as possible, and the proper omcers will Issue instructions for as sembling the companies in accordance with dates as signed. llL Commanding omcers will nave their muster rolls properly made out previous to date of muster on the new blank rolls issued in 1878, and will see that all recruits are examined by the surgeon, and their enlistment papers forwarded to this office at or before muster. IV. The rolls muBt account for every commissioned officer and enlisted men whose name appeared on the last muster roll of the command, and those who have joined the organization since that date, and will give all the information provided for by the blanks furnished. The mustering officer will scrutinize the rolls carefully and see that they are properly made according to direction on xue uiana and orders from this office. V. The muster will be preceded by a minute and careful inspection according to United States infan try tactics, and the mustering officers will report to this office the Quality and condition of the uniforms, arms and equipments of the officers and men, their discipline, drill and annearance, with such other in formation as in their opinion will be . useful to the commander-m-chief. By order of the commander-in-chief. Euwxud Harland, Adjutant GeneraL Personal- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Walker, of Hunting ton, celebrated their silver wedding Monday evening, uctoDer z.tn. J. Hurlburt White (Dem-.) was re-elected Judge of Probate of the Hartford Probate district, Tuesday, by 500 majority. Nathan Sparks, a former proprietor of the hotel in Milford, died recently at Dover Plains, N. Y., where he had been residing. W. M. Merwin & Son, of Milford, are fill ing an order for 5,000 bushels of oysters for Europe. They dredge out about 200 bushels a day. Mr. Charles Monson, of Milford, is recov ering rapidly and expects to return to busi ness in New Haven soon. Naugatwk Valley Sentinel. The Kight Rev. Bishop Whipple of Minne sota delivered a missionary address respect ing the work among the Indians, in Christ church, Hartford, last evening. Kev. Mr. Widdemer, of Ansonia, received a nattering can recently to an .episcopal church in Philadelphia, but has decided to remain with his church in Ansonia. Samuel Nott was elected by the Hartford water commissioners yesterday superintend ent of their works. He was for twenty years superintendent of the Hartford, Providence and Fishkill railroad. Mr. Kudeman, a farmer in the western part of Woodbury, raised a good potato crop. . He has raised three hundred bushels this year, fourteen hills on the average pro ducing a bushel and the quality first rate. Mr. Alonzo layior, oi uoxu opnug, new- town, died Wednesday at the age of 77. lie had been a subscriber to the Bridgeport Farmer for more than fifty years. He cele brated his golden wedding August 5th of the present year, and leaves a widow, a most es timable old lady, and four children. Mr. Tavlor lived and died on tne farm successive ly owned by his great-grandfather, his grand father, fill iatner ana mmsexi. The only regret felt was over tne aeieat or Hon. Thomas Wallace, after the Democratic majority had been reduced from over 2,000 to about 1,800. Mr. Wallace was present in the hall most of the evening, bearing his defeat in the most philosophical manner. He had not anticipated success,and the hopeless ness of the contest was apparent some days ago. By some singular freak of misguided judgment his own town voted against him, many woraxxigxutsu buxxuug iucu i.&a vu their best friend. Amonia Sentinel. POLITICAIi NOTICES. Bigelow Zouaves. NOTICE. The Bigelow Zouaves will meet at ,7:45 this evening. r ma H. E. AUSTIN. ' Captain. N, I). Sperry Mounted Guard. ATTENTION. The memberB of this company are requested to meet at Exchange Hall at 8 o'clock p. m. A full at tendance is requested Bpeclal business. i-eroraer u. w. B.LAKlssL.ms, Commander. Wm. Lsyse Ewort. Tou are hereby ordered to meet at vour armorT. Webster street, this evening. November 4, to make arrangements for parade In Guilford Friday evening. rer oraer Ai.xit.it j. u, w uixiiM. Captain. James H. Wilklns Ecor. lYou are hereby ordered to meet at Wier's Hall. Elm street, Thursday evening, November 4, to make ar rangements for parade in Gnilford Friday evening. x-er oraer x'. c. A8IHUH x. Captain. Solid Seventy. You are hereby ordered to assemble at your armo ry. Webster street, this evening. November 4. to make arrangements for parade in Gnilford Friday evening. Captain. Mntlx Ward Regulators. You are hereby ordered to meet at vnnr nrrnnrv Webster street, this evening, to make for parade in Gnilford Friday evenin. i-er oraer HENRY BELL., Captain. Third Regiment, Boys in Blue. November 3, lRfiO. The several comnaniea of thin rnmmann will ooMtn. ble on Temple street, between Cliapel and Elm, on Friday evening, November 5. at 7 o'clock sharn. for the purpose of taking part in a parade in Guilford on that evening. A special invitation hag been extended to this regiment by the people of Guilford to Join them in celebrating our recent Republican victory. Let us turn out will full ranks. A special train will leave New Haven at 7;30 p. m. iy oraer oi . b. BUCKINGHAM, R. J. Bunce, Col Commanding. Captain and Adjutant. Latest Fall ana Winter Styles IN Dress Goods, k Black and Fancy Colored Silks, and Satin de Lyons, with Brocaded Velvets, Satins, &c, to match. Surali and Marvelleux Silks. 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SITUATION WAVrpn " BY A respectable person to do cooking, washine and ironmu in a nrivntn fumiix. ' . j .8 general housework ; the best of city reference xtiven. iau ior two days at n xt no vONie ftTredrT WANTED. B1 Y AN English airl rPrntpHta,. COOk Or to do raneral Tiwo....!. 4' ily :. ',1? thoronghly good cook Apply at n4 2f 9 MADISON STREET. WA TI'll BY A respectable girl, a situation to do general housework in a private family : cood citv row. ence. Apply at n It' 134 DFWTTT STKVI-T WANTED, SITUATION to do second work or general housework In a small family .- eood citv rnir- ence. Apply at n It 127 OART.TSr.F STBim WANTED, SECOND girl, willing to assist in laundry work and make herself generally useful. Amilv A references, at Protestant Industrial Association, SITUATION" WAXTFxT). BY A respectable girl to do general housework in m private family : eood reference if rpniiiwi An. ply at her present place, " " 1W2 CHAPEL STT1PKT SITUATION WATFT). BY A respectable German girl to cook or do gener al housework : B)od reference. Call frnm 1tn 34 o'clock Friday afternoon, at n 83 DAVENPORT AVENT7E. WANTEI). TEMPORARY OFFICE WORK ; will aasist at in ventory, writing up books, making estimates, or will fill an executive position, mercantile or maimfan. turing, whre a man of business experience may be temporarily or permanently wanted. Address n4 4t P. O. BOX 56, City. SITUATION WANTED, BY A respectable girl to cook, wash and iron, or do general housework : good reference if re quired. Apply at 109 S ALTON HTALL STREET, n3 '2t Fair Haven. WANTED, A PRACTICAL shear maker who understands that manufacture thoroughly in every detail, and who is competent to taka charge of the manufactur ing department of a factory in this State. Liberal ar rangements will be maae with right party. Address " T. M. Co.," care of Drawer 4fi, n3 2t" New Haven, Conn. Wanted Immediately, FIRST-CLASS Machinists. Apply to . F. C. it A. E. ROWLAND, ' 53 Chapel Street. 10 n2 3t WANTED, An energetic H ltd txsird working man to trayl snd make collections. Must, fur nish from S'iOO to .-. security. Single man from 5 to 40 preferred. GAY BROTHERS, 23o Chapel Street, Lit-, nl Carfleltl Building. WANTED, Kubber'Boot and Shoe Makers and Arctic hands. Experienced hands will he given work immediately. Apply to the CAXOEB RUBBER CO., ol61m New Haven, Conn. WANTED, 2,000 CLOTHES WI!IURS to repair. (CARPET Sweepers, Fluting Maehines.Kichardson's J Original Little Washer, The Kxcelsior and Wel come Bench Wringers. M" ringers of all kinds Bold for cash, or on weekly installments, at the Busket and HoaBe Furnishing Store of UKORCiK D. LAMB, the Wringer Man, ItW Chapel street. Call and see the large variety of Beautiful Granite and Iron Ware Tea and Coffee Pots. ma9 dfcw Amusements. NEW HAVEN OPERA HOUSE. Friday and Saturday Evenings, and Sat urday Matt net at 2i30, Nov. 3 and 6. First appearance in this city of Cross' Original Genuine COLORED Mastodon Virginia Minstrels 35 Performers! 35 The Great Southern Slave Tronpe,of the most famous minstrel artists in the world. 1 End Men! 14 Brilliant Clog Dancers I The Great-Bi-Toe Walking Matcn. I See posters and small bills for particulars. Full Brass Band and Orchestra ! Look for the Parade. Tbis is positively the very best Minstrel Tronpe in the World. Evening prices, 35, 50 and 75c ; Matinee. 25, 35, 50e. Tickets for sale at Loomis' Temple of Music. n3 4t CARLO'S OPERA HOUSE. Monday Evening, Nov. 8, 1880. GRAND CONCERT BIT THE Redpath Concert Company. T. ADAtflOWSKJ, THE Celebrated Polish Violinist, just returned from a most successful season in London, to nil his contract with this Company. And Herr S. lietlint;, the world-renowned Pianist, pronounced by Hans Von Bulow as one of the greatest living Pian ists. Assisted by Miss EMMA S. HOWE, Soprano, Miss MAKIAN C. UPTON. Contralto, Mr. FBKD. J. EUSTI8, Accompanist. Admission to Parquette and Dress Circle, 50c ; Re served Seats, 25c extra ; Family Cirole, 25c. Doors open at 7 ; Concert at 7:45. Tickets for sale at Loom Is Temple of Music. n4 4t DANCING I All new Danoea emanating from the Society of Pro fessors of Dancing. New York City, will be taught. Private lessons any hour, day or evening. Prlvats Classes or Seminaries attended in or oat of town. Address H. . SOL, 8 3m 1W Crown Street.