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?all Dress
Silks, Plushes, Velvet, Novelty Trimmings the new-
. siyies imported. IVew
inspection invited;
HON &
244 and 246 Mpel Street
ell a " " ' M , '- "-.-
Headquarters at Jor280 ChapefStreet
J'OK
Builders' and General House Furnishing Hardware, Cutlery & Tools.
PB1CES THE LOWEST.
BUlS
BUGS !
elegant assortment of Domestic and Imported Bugg including the Smyrna, Daghistan,
India, Kurrachee, Tanjore, Persian, Turkish,
Smyrna Carpet by the yard with Border to
Examine onr stock before yon purchase. -
bbb aaaaai
390 CHAPEL. STREET,
8620
femnoits:
WEEKLY EXCURSIONS
TO
Coney Island
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
Br
STEAMER ELM CITX.
la-rlns; Belle Dock at 11:30, . topping at
93d at., K. it.., eonneetlna; with boat at
BieVB a. m. tor Grmapsiet and Manhattan
Beaeh RRV. . Bstaralag leave Peck Slip at
llt30 p. m. Sunday nisht.
PARE, $1.75.
Passengers returning from the Island will take the
Manhattan Beaeh Kit. to Bay Bidge and boat to White
hall street
eVBtaterooms engaged at the Elliott House,
aus tf
Carpets,
Axminster, Moquette, Body
Brussels, Tapestry and Ingrain
Carpets, in new and handsome
styles for the FaJI trade.
Lace Curtains, Gilt and Black
Walnut Pole Cornices, Window
Shades, &c- - - - - -
Competent Workmen for Fit
ting Carpets, Hanging Window
Shades and Curtain Decorations.
H. W. Foster,
72 ORANGE STREET
ss!4
'S
In Oreat Variety, and at
allow Prices.
233 Chapel Street.
01,000.
I hereby offer a reward of OSE THOU8ASD
DOIjZiARS to any person or persons who will fur
nlsh ooncluafve evidenoe against any party or parties
criminally connected with the death of Jennie E.
Cramer.
EDWARDMALLEY.
aniastf
HISS BYRNES
HAS ,
Just received another Liarge Stock
ROUGH AND READY STRAWS I
In aU the '. " r
' - Fashionable Styles and Colors.
Alan NEW DESIGNS IN LACE, STRAW BONNE fS
and HATS, FEATHERS and OHOI0E FIjOWEBS.
Hiss M. E.J, Byrnes,
121 ORANGE STREET. J
. Corner of Court - Street.
Boys
chool Hats
W.T, Hatch & Sons,
Bankers and Brokers,
Dealers in United States Secnri
- ties, Commercial Paper, For- . i
eign Exchange, &c, - a
14 Nassau St., We w York,
No. 286 Chapel Street,
Buy and sell for eauh or on margin all securities dealt
, n at the New Tor Slock Exchange, on oommlsalosi
- at the lowest rates permitted by the Exchange, vis :
l-lth of one per cent upon oserwmenta. V 1
. l-th of one peroeot. upon other Socnrltie. j
. ' Interest allowed upon deposits subject to check.
- . tpsclal attsatiM patd to orders tor lmt-
. Our offloes are connected by PRITATK WIRE
-which will enable oa to have (naauw reports of the
aoarketa, execut orders promptly, or give any desired
- tnSortmUion to our customers without any expense to
WAT.TUR T. HATCH. 1 Members of the
i s NATH'tW. T. HATCH, V New Turk t
... HENRY P. HATCH, Stock Exchange.
r INVESTMENT SECURITIES.' f
10,000 M. Have Hertaaamate let Mora.
8 per seat. Beads, aon-taxablo. . -.
10,000 Sow Have a a ad a.rtharaptoaCM,
Mart. per was aoa-taxabl.
B9 a a ares Daabary aad ajorwaUt KB,
a .OOO If . V dt . K. ft'e jaoa-taxable. i
.0K m. X. eteaT K. 's, aoa-taxanlo.
,000 Heaasteais 1st Mora. per eeac aos
. taxable. - ' :
vow
Oor. Chapel and Orange Street ;
. WANTED.
mO buy, a lot of aaoond-hand Furniture andCar-
JL pe.
Highest oaah nrioe pala Order by sual
(vompuy aenaea so, at
it 0HUBOHT.
I
Serial JStflfew.
. a
(rnnnfi I
J JJAXJ
Fall Goods opening every day.
CMFBlfflB
- 28Q Chapel St., first store below Orange St
RUGS !
and-many other new designs. .
match.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.,
OPPOSITE THE GREEN.
glial (Estate.
FOR RENT.
A WELL furnlBhed nr.t floor Boom for gen
tleman and wife or two single gentlemen with
board ; also two single Booms.
8621 6f . 86 OUVE STREET.
- Tenement to Rent.
H, AT 5 Trumbull Street, four pleasant Booms:
til ill city water and gas : rent reasonable to a small
tjiramiiy. inquire on
seal 8t THE PREMISES.
FOR RENT.
dW PLEASA T Suite of Booms on first floor, al-
iv.;pij so otner very aeeiraoie zurnlsnea toons, with
aai"M sooq tapie poarq. aui urtAiul HlKJCltT,
se21 St Corner of Grove.
. FOR SALE.
FIVE Houses with modern improvements In I
a nice jocauiy. i rice low ana terme easy. In-
quire at
sell! at 95 WARD STREET.
FOR SALE.
THE House and Lot No. 21 Eld street. House
has 14 roims, gas, water, and other modern I
Improvements. The lot la large and has a large
1 1 ii iuw auu bonus easy, xor lurtner nern-
cuiara, call at
MER WIN'S Real Estate Office,
se20 237 Chapel Street.
TO RENT.
THREE Desirable stores on Congress ave
nue, one suitable for manufacturing : also 4 I
choice Tenements on first floor. 3 to 4 rooms '
each ; rent low to respectable parties. Apply at
se20 6t 36 BROAD STREET. '
FOR RENT.
IN SIMPSON Block, corner Rtate and
cnapel streets, desirable front corner office.
" abcr-. kub ana .who. addh to
seiy lw GEOEGE H. FORD.
TO RENT.
J$M NICE furnished rooms, front rooms, with
IjjiiJ furnace heat, hot and oold water, bath room
ana iu moaem conveniences. Apply at
sel tf 171 OBOWN STREET.
$650 WILIi Birr A FARM
1JN woodmont of ei hteen acres, inolnding a I
rtarn ana -atou coras oi uapie wooa (aManding),
all fronting on the main road. A bargain for
some une. Aaoreaa mimeaiateij,
O. H CLARK,
se!7 lm Box 770, Hartford, Ct.
. FOR REN I .
tFIVE BOOMS in Heller's Block.No. 657 State
street ; gas, water and water closets.
Five booms in Lewis street Fair Haven- t&
per month.
One Furnished Boom for trentlemen.98 Olive street. I
inquire of JAUOB HKL-LKB,
seiH Boom I, Yale National Bans building. ,
TO RENT.
FINE RESIDENCE In Brick Block, west side
of College street, comer of Grove. 18 rooms,
with all modern improvements : dining room I
on paxior noor ; jarge vara ana g&raen.
JTitanK M. WAU, 139 Ocl'ege street,
JelS tf or AXiFRKD WALKER, 89 Orange street.
For Sale or Exchange,
a numoer or n rat-class nouses on college j
s'reet, High street,George street,Chapel street, I
Davenport avenue, and Libert v street. Also I
ts on man street Kimberlv avenue.
Boom 6 Hoadley Building.
selO L. F. COMSTOCK.
FOR BESTT.
FlrstClass House on ColleareSt. '
House on Prospect street, Davenport avenue
ana m naiiev avenue.
Ioofy to lan at S percent.
Real Estate-Office, 49 Church Street, Boom 6 Hoad-
tejr oiiiming. umn open evenings.
aelO
lu F. COMSTOCK.
FOR RENT.
ONE Tenement of 11 rooms; gas, city water, I
uu ooiioeote witn me sewer ; suuaDie for
boarding house. Inquire at 80 Crown street
O. HALU
TO RENT.
A DEITBABIiE Brick Building, B story and
I 'ml baaement. 'or manufacturing purposes, good
JHI light eievator and water, tn the best part oi :
uiv mvjr, iw a fcenu oi years, inquire at
I. NEWMAN AiCO.'S,
ani tf . log Park Street, New Haven, Ct
TO RENT.
t3i ONE Tenement on Bradley, corner State st.
liiii second floor 6 rooms ; also one room suitable
mda zor a loaglng. inquire of
jywtf G. HALL, 80 Crown Street
FOR SALE.
The nne reatdenoe of the late Samuel Rnaeall.
eornerof Park and George streeta, only five
minutes' walk froor the DoetofBce. The hones
re and modern style, itb all the oonvenienosa I
usually found In a strictly first-class house. Lot ICS I
rest on far auoet, xw feet oa ueorge street run
ning through to Spruce street. The grounds are
stocked with trees and vines, bearing the choioest va
rieties of fruit in great abundanoe. The house with
70 feet on Park street running through to Spruce 1
street, xnoiHouia; earn, will oe eoia sepsrace II oe
aired. Apply to E. BLACKMAN,
Jy20 171 York at, cor. Chapel st. New Haven.
For Sale at a Barsrain.
A FII18 f-O LAMS and eommodioua house
with modern tmprovemente, altuated on one
of the finest svenues In this city. Larue lot
iff on two streets. There is a nice barn on the
pnmlses. The property is worthy the attention of
investors, apd oan be seen at any time. For particu
lars can at xuib uririujE.
jeiltf
FOR RENT.
A nice furnlahed cottage and barn at Savin
Rook to rent for the season. Second floor, No.
61 Asylum street S10 : 239 Consresa avenne.
11. For sale A sea shore house and barn, larse
grounds, at Savin Bock. Houee has 21 rooms in first
class order and will be sold cheap. . Small aafe, soda
fountain.candy Janwoountera, marble top tableuhow-
cases, awning, loe cream taoiea. a. w. hiii.m wm1
jel8tf Boom 8, C9 Church Street
Famished Rooms.
ONE OB TWO aentlemen oan be aooommoda-
tea witn xurnianea rooms, as
myju tf 533 CHAPEL STREET.
goarb sift gtotg.
-ROOM AND BOARD. ,
A Pleasant Room and Board for gentleman
ana wiie or two gentlemen, inquire at
. se213t 139 ELM STREET.
STUDENTS
CAN FIND Pleasant Furnished Booms, with
or without Board, In a small private family, in
a Terr doiuv waana,. or aaareesuur
eeaist. 143 XOBK 8TREET.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
.A FEW genUemen can be accommodated
with first-class Board and pleasant
with modern improvements ; locality
to none in the city ; terms moderate. Apply at
se81m 85 WOO8TEB PLACET
ROOMS AND BOARD.
BOOMS singly or in suite, with board, eal
be obtained at 629 CHAPEL STREET, .
sea tf Corner Park. '
Tie StaHMinCoiiy,
- Office 393 State Street,
(STAFFORD BUILDING.) .
HEW . HATE Ef, CONNECTICUT.
Established 189)8.
Reorganised 1881.
Book and Job Printing
. Done with neatness and dispatch
Poster Work and Show Bills i
r- - Specialty ;. "
Our facilities or Bapid Work are unequaled.
Call and examine our Specimen Work.
5 l : OVEDWABD OSBOBN,
iseao 6t ' Business Mamwer.
SUNDAY NIGHT BOAT;
NTARI LIX K. . .X.'A
The tSteamer JOHN H.' STABTNaptain VoAUister,
will resume her STODAT NIGHT TRIPS TO. NEW
YORK, commencing SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18th,
leaving dock foot of Brewery street at 10:15 p. m.
FREE COACH front oorner Chapel end Church
street every ha'f hour, commencing 8:30 p. m. ' v
W. B. JJULLER, Agent.
eSOtf
CARLL'S OPERA HOUSE.
'- 3 Sights and Saturday Matinee.-
wildur opera co.
Artists-40-ArtistS,
' 3 Nights and Saturday Matinee. -
"The Llaccottc"
CouMattTt-UO-PtrrwiuaeM
at HaTerlja Fifth Avenue Theatre, N. T.,
Great Original Cast and Chorus.
. POPULAR PRICES 25. GO and 750. Reserved seata
'. 35e .xtr. How ready at Loomu'
Temple..
Matinee
prioes-25 and 50c.
sel6t
American Theatre
Chnrch St.
. uciun a. uat, uiucc.
W. 8. BOSS.
-- .i.. . .Manager.
PRESS KLDRIDGE....
Director.
Tbls Evening at 8 o'clock.
And Lraxties Matinm To-day e.t i30,
The oelabrated Thorn dc Danlaa Panto
mime Co. In a grand production of the Comic Trick
Pantomime, enutea - - , . ..
Uumpty Jinmpty
' M STEW SHELL, :
Introdocinc the Celebrated Clran."'
Harry Thorn and Marry Ricbett.
d.u e- giuuuur, uMioim-uro, KOiUOT WHO UU9 lOliOW-
ing powerful
SPECIALTY COMPANY.
Biokett Brothers, Levmnlon ft McCormick. JmBmI.
mono, Hlra Ada Clifton- Miss Ada Forrest. Tha Dal-
uuuiriiBgs. Mate MofJormicx, MIm Aggie Dunlap.
ruuaiar rricei ui aainiulOat.
Folding Parlor Chair Reserved. 60a ; Orchestra Cir
cle ueaerrea, aoo , omission to iarquette, uoo ; vral-
e - y, ioc ; matinee Auimttaion, aoo ; (jniioren, loo
CARLL'S OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday Evening, September ST.
REAPPEARANCE OF
SMITH ds MK ST AVER'S
TOURIST 3 !
In a Pullman Palace Car,
The Tourist' Record.
One Hundre J and Six Performance! in New York,
Kinsty-Eight is Philadelphia,
Eighty-Four in Boston, and all the first-class Thea
tres In the United State., to
Densely Packed Audiences.
Admission, 25, 50 and 75c Reserved Seats. 25c ex-
tra Seats now on sale at Ixxjmi.'.
se23 4t
Dancing School.
MR. LOO MIS'
1 CLASSES will commence WEDICESOAY.
j SEPT. 4r(b.- Classes meet Wednesday, Fri-
day and Saturday, from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m., at
i Temple of Music. Circulars obtained at book
ana musiu stores. sei.7 tf
DANCING.
All Fashionable Dances taught Classes In and ou-
of town attended. Private lessons any hour. Chil
dren's classes Saturday at 10 a. m. and 3 p.m. Ad
H.G.
GILL,
190 Crown Street.
NEW HAVEN OPERA HOUSE.
JOHN N. NEAR....
. . .LESSEE AND MANAGER.
Friday and Saturday Evenings and
Saturday Matinee, at 2:30,
Sept. 23d and 24th.
First appearance in New England of the great favor.
lie oi the nest ana eouin,
MR. FRANK I. FRAYNE,
In his celebrated drama.
SI SLOCULI,
Which he has produced over five hundred times to
packed houses South and West. Also, the grand new
and thrilling imperial Ammo-iramano bensatnm,
the world's latest and greatest wonder, the great
lausso-American .Historical jwomance oi
LlilRDO,
OR,
The Nihilists of St. Petersburg!
Introducing the Monarch of the Forest the trained
u vo
AFRICAN LION, EMPEROR,
And wonderful semi-human
ACTING DOG, JACK,
Tooether with a full and powerful Dramatio Combi
nation, and the grandest scenic effects ever produced
on the stage.
Burning: of the Convict's Hut!
The Nihilists tat Council, etc.
Reserved Seats, 75 ots. For sale at Loomia' three
days in advanoe. Admission, 35 and 50 eta.
Grand Matinee, Saturday, September S4h
At whioh the prices will be : Beserred Seats, 60c ;
admission, 35c. ; children, 250. sepl3
Hugo's Elyslan Garden and Grove
Summer Nlarbt's Festival and Daaelmg,
MUSIC BY BROADWAY BAND
Every Saturday and Monday evenings. Refresh
ments. Good order preserved. 152 GRAND STREET
Jy9 tf and 157 FRANKLIN STREET.
MISS J. I. LEAVENWORTH,
stu.tr WAX.
Select School for Children.
PRIVATE Lessons in French. Trawl g and Paint
ing. Also Instrumental and vocal instruction;
Terms low. - seaost
Musical Instruction by
GUST AVE J. STOICKEL
AND ASSISTANTS.
FOB particulars. Inquire at
sen ot
209 TORE STREET.
GROVE HALL,
Miss Montforfs School for Young
Ladles,
WILL begin its Seventh Tear on WEDNESDAY,
September 2L '
For Circulars or special inquiry can upon or ad-
tne rTlncipay . see lm
WEST END INSTITUTE.
Mrs. S. L. - Cady's Boarding and
Day School for Young Ladies.
Kindergarten 'for Children. -.
Eleventh year commences Sept 22.
For Circulars and Information atmlv at the Rcfcnnl.
jui noDinann seo lm
F. A. FOWLER,
PIANO. ORGAN AND THEORT.
EsUHan lessons on an" after Sept 8th. Recita-
aions eitner at pupils' resldeneeavF at his room.
w - . . . 937 UllAJrfitL STBaET,
; eeltf ' Over F. A. GUberfs Paper Store. '
MISS 0ET0N AND MISS NICHOlS.
Successors to the viieses Edwards, will reopen Tues-
MouDK autn, ineir
School for Young Ladies and
Children.
For elrculara and further information, atmlv en tha
sei im st ELBE STREET.
MISS NOTTS
ENGLISH and FRENCH Family and Day School
for Young Ladies, 33 Wall Street New Haven,
Conn. The 9th year begins Sept 21st
1st Circulars sent
upon application. -
auW24t
MISS HALL'S SCHOOL
WILL reopen MONDAY, September 12, at No. I
Palladium Building,
SU2B eodtol 95 ORANGE STREET.
CargilPs Commercial Institute.
KO. 8T CHCRCR sTRKRT.
TBENMAN8HIP. Bookkaeninir. Arithmetla.' ata.
XT Card Writing. Toi grossing, and Crayon Portrait-
are. ij ana evening sessions. Applicants can en
ter at any time. auaetf
amCSICAI, ISSTRIJCTIOIS. ;
Voice. Plana, flat.. i.-.: -
t f 188 FANNY C. HOWE reamne Sept 10 xnstroo-
ill no. in tn. art of sineiua : also nnoa the i
BtaHlnc at sleht taueht inelasses on modeeata i
Residence 102 Crown near Temnle St MR. CHARLES
I.HOWK resumes instroettaa upon the flats. 102 I
I wvwn muui.
The English and Classical
g&rj,'S: DEPABTmEIT
YALE DUGIf.ESS COLLEGE
Will open Monday, Sept. 5th.
8PKCIA1.. ADYANTAtHG.
Limited Number or PnDlia. Raeld Ad
vancement, Law Rates tor Tnitlon, boa- 1
s ins in PasnaaiklBbr Mr. JjOveridam Early
appucauon uunua oe meae to
" : E. C. LOTEEBBQE, .
Office 7 uumnuM Balldinsr. .
iTf Take elevator. an:) tf
ffC Ofller davat home. Samples worth Hfree
eJ IU VaWAdlre9aSUssonaCo.,PorUand,aIauM.
MtNTAT PRE AliMAJJAC.
SEPTEMBER 33.
Bum Buns,
Box Sara, ..
5.49 I
U6
Moon Riaaa, i
MU m. i
Htsm Hat,
l p. i
ljOca.1 Weather Report.
SiaKaX. Omen. Nsw navzw, Oonn..
. September 22, 1881.
If f I
- 1 g '
T:la.m... 30.22 63 78 I 8 ... . f CtondyT"
11:10 a. m. . 30 22 68 OS 8 j : Fair.
S:lp. m.. S0.15 68 70 I BW 10 I Cloudy.
7:18 p. m... 80.14 67 8 SW - ' 8 f Cloudy.
Max. Temp., 70 ; Hln. Tern., 56
Melted Snow (Inches and lOOthsl.
Total Rainfall or
00; Max. Telocity j
ef wind, 10 miles per hour.
fob sxriKxmKB 22, 188a
Max. Temp., 67 ; Min. Temp., 60; Rainfall.
Weather, clear.
' t. H. SHERMAN. Observer.
BERTHS. . T
EDMONDS In this city, Sept. 21st, a son to John C.
.ana jnary a, jranumos, weight v pounds
MARRIAGES. -
GLAZIER WILLIAMS In Glastonbury, Sept 14, at
ue resiaence ox me Dnaes zaxaer, Dy the Hew. rr.
8oodder, Frank D. Olasler of Hartford, and Emily
a William, of Glastonbury.
IEBT OAKLAND In Cheshire, Sept 20, at St Pe-
lera unurcn,Dy tn. Kflv. u. n. nailery, Mr. William
Batcllffe Irby of New Orleans, La , and Mies Althea
uariana, aaugnter or the lata uen. a. n. Oarland of
JLiynontmrg. va. -
DEATHS.
BISHOP In Fair Haven. Sent let. Nellie 3.. wife of
freuene . Slsnop, ana aaughter of Jfu-id D. tior-
n xiBiiiiinn.
Funeral fro.u Graoe Church Friday afternoon. Bed
23d, at 3 o'clock. BelatlTea and friend Invited to
attend wltbont farther notice. The burial will be
at the convenience of the f am lv. 2t
ATWATKB In this city, Wednesday, Sept. 21, Henry
Funeral from his late residence. No. Trumbull St,
on eararoay anernoon, Hept 24th, at 2 o'clock. Bel
atlves and friends invited to attend without fur.
tner notice. 'Ihe burial at the convenience of the
family.
MARINE LIST.
POST OF NEW HAVEN.
22.
Pch Melvin. Howland. Phils, en.1 bur vntn
RR. '
Sch Laura Jones. Stevens. Baniror. lumber tn The
ieionet at notonaiss uo.
Sch Forest Belle, Smith, Bangor, lumber to W A
necsiey A uo.
Sch Daniel Morria. Baekwfih. New Viwfc. fw Mil-
ford, Ct
Sch Henry Lewis, Lewis, Bangor, lumber to Frank
Q Phip.a.
sch Champion, Bicb. Calais, lumber to Henry Har-
TO RENT.
FURNISHED or Unfurnished Room, with or
.iwuui uuara. Aaoress
aeas 2t ' " M.." P. O. Box 1005.
Furnished Rooms to Rent.
a suite of rurulshed Booms to rent on first
floor : parlor, sitting room and bedroom : hot
.andco dwaier, gas, with use of bath. Inquire
- 18 HOME PLACE.
STRAYED.
FROM pre uises to. 345 Elm street a dark
brown HORSE, about seven years old. who
ever will retun, said horse, or give informs
tion where it may be found, will be suitably
rsw.rded.
KELSEY a 0 DCH.
ss23tf
39 Orange Street
TO RENT.
: THE Brick House ai Meadow street, corner
of Front street. Haa all conveniences and
large gara.n. r-omesslon' given October 1st
THOri. ft. TROWDRTnDF.
ee23 tf 79 Lonu Wharf.
Peaches .for Preserving.
TYAVSONS, Green . Gages, Pears, Grapes, Green
U uinger, mixea aploes, for sale by
D. S. COOPER,
se23 378 State Street.
B. BOOTH, AucTiomtm.
REGULAR Sale Saturday, Sept 24th, commencing
at 10 a m. On Hue. Fine Linen TkWI ninth.
.v.cii 'ik.iio, inuo cuuery, noeiery, tfioves. etc.
jnano. vaeacnut cinamoer aet. .Bureaus. Cbalra. bed
steads, Springs, Mattresses. Feather Beds. Sheets. Pil
low Csses, Carpets, etc. Catalogue sale of books next
weanesoay ana xnursasy evenings. . - se23 2t
District of New Haven ss Probate Con t,
September 22d -lssi. t
T7i STATE of BRYAN EEENA , late of New Haven,
Ordered That the Executors exhibit their Ad.
ministration account to this court for sdiustment.
at the Probate Office in New Haven, on the 24th day
of Sept, 1881, at nine o'clock in the forenoon ; and
that all persons interested in said estate may be noti
fied thereof, the Executors will cause this or-
I aer to be published in a newspaper printed in New
Haven iwunty, ana post a copy thereof on the sign
post in said town of New Haven.
eeas at- SAMUEL A. YORK. Judge.
For Block Maud
Steamer G. R. KELSEY
Will leave Belle Dock at o'clock,
Monday Evening:, Sept. 26, 1881,
Rsturaiag Tuesday Evening.
Provided a limited number of tickets are sold by Sat.
uraay evening.
FAKE, - - - S4.00.
Bait, Lines. Hot Coffee, and Codfish Chowder fur
nished. Fifty cents per pound will be paid the pas
senger catching the largest codfish. For information
apply to JOHN G. CHAPMAN.
ae23 3t 347 State street.
AnAtiAfi f A 11 ft Inn V
AUVWIVU e ilUVUVU
On Saturday, Sept. 24th. commen
cing: at 2 o'clock
I In the Afternoon and continuing during the evening,
ail the sto. k or - .
FITSTE O-ROnF.T.TRR !
In the Store, -
79 Congress Ave., Healy's Block,
Belonging to the estate of B. Healy.- As the store is
leased to other parties everythi' g must be sold and
removed on Saturday. To famili s and boarding hou
ses laying In winter supplies, this is a rare chanre to
buy cheap. Also Fl tores. Scales, Horse, Wagons,
1 uax'iage, iar, ana numerous otner tmngs.
oaie positive, tun or .nine. sera zt
Lawn Tenuis.
Jeffreys and Alexandria flats, separate
from sets.
Plain and Covered Bella, cemented and
sealed, and covered wlttt acta.
Net Poles, Jointed and plain.
Gay Ropes, Pegs, die.
Axtd complete sets Archery Goods in al
its details, all at the lowest prices, at
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: FEOM ALL QUARTERS.
Honoring the Dead.
Mournful Tributes '"'to the
martyred President.
THOUSANDS VIEW THE REMAINS,
Sympathy From Every? Quarter
of the Earth.
THE FUNERAL FROM THE CAPITAL
An Imposing Demonstration
of National Grief.
The Senate in Extra Session.
Call to Meet m
October.
THE DEAD PRESIDENT.
In State at the Capitol Thoaaanda
Vlewlnsj the Remains Sadness on
Every Hand The Arrangements for
the funeral An Imposing Mourning
Pageant.
Washington, Sept. 22. The streets of the
Capitol have been traversed by continuous
throngs all day long, and this evening steady
Btreams of humanity still move to and fro to
the Capitol. Each incoming train brings ad
ditions to the crowds. It is estimated that
sixty thousand people walked past the casket
to-day,' and at least four times that number
in the city did not go to the Capitol at all.
The great feature of the future in the minds
of all here is the funeral to-morrow after
noon and the subsequent procession to the
depot. The business men upon Pennsylva
nia avenne are taking measures to secure the
closing of business establishments on that
street to morrow, and it is probable that
there will be co-operation in fchii movement
throughout the city, so that business will be
generally suspended. There is a feeling in
the hearts of the entire community, and that
is to leave nothing undone that will serve
to manifest the grief of the people of Wash
ington on tins occasion. Taa official .pro
gramme' of the procession and escortrbave
been satisfactorily arranged.. . The arrange
ment for the funeral services, at the Capitol
are still incomplete and cannot be folly com
pleted before to-morrow. The Eev.
Dr. rowers, - the - President's pas
tor, will make the address. He-
will speak extemporaneously. He will be
assisted by Eev. Mr. Erritt, of Cincinnati
Music will be furnished by twentv four se
lected singers from the Philharmonic society.
The musical programme will consist of an
anthem from Mendelssohn's oratorio of St.
Paul, "To Thee, O Lord, I Yield My Spirit,"
and two familiar hymns, favorites of the de
parted President, "Jesus, .Lover of My soul,'
and "Asleep in Jesus." The singing will be
distributed throughout the programme a
follows : The ceremonies will begin by sing
ing an anthem of St. Paul by twenty-four
voices; then scriptural reading will be fol
lowed by singing "Jesus, Lover of My Soul;"
hen an address will intervene and be followed
by singing "Asleep in Jesus, "which will con
clude the musical portion of the ceremonies.
Arrangements nave been made for the -ac
commodation of Mrs. Garfield and friends at
the servioes, although it is not certain that
she will attend. Secretary Brown, Dr.
Boynton, General Swain and Colonel Bock-
well will be present, representing the White
House family, and will ride in the procession
to the depot. . The services are expected to
begin at 2 p. m., and will last
about one. hour. Tickets of admission are is
sued to members of the House and to heads
of departments for distribution and no more
will be admitted tnan the main space be
neath the dome will allow. Ministers of all
denominations in the city will attend in a
body. The Washington Williams College as
sociation will also attend in a body. Senator
ingalis, Treasurer uninilan, Colonel Sock
well and Mr. B. J. Mitchell are designated to
represent this association and escort the re
mains to Cleveland. The prearranged plan
is that the procession will leave the Capitol
at 3 p. m.
THE ORDEB OF FUNERAL PROCESSION. .
An official order detailing the order of pro
cession was issued to-day as follows : The re
mains of the late President will lie in state in
the rotunda of the Capitol until 3 p. m. on
Friday, the 23d inst. when they will be borne
to the depot of the Baltimore and Potomac
railroad and thence conveyed to the final
resting place at Cleveland, Uhio, in the fol
lowing order of procession :
Funeral Escort In Column of March.
Battalion of the District of Columbia Volunteers.
Battalion of Marinas.
Battalion of Foot Artillery.
Battalion of Light Artillery.
CIVIC FBOCCS8ZOK.
Chief Marshal Colonel Robert Boyd and Assistants.
uiergymen in attendance.
Physicians who Attended the Late President.
Guard of Honor. ...
Bearers,
v Hearse.
Bearers.
Guard of Honor. - .
The officers of the Army, N.vy and Marine Corpa in
tne city not on auty, wita the troops rormlng the
escort, in full drees will form right in frost on
either side of the hearse,the Army on the right and
the Navy and Marine corps on ths left, and will
compose the Guard ot Honor.
Family Relatlvea.
Ex-Presidents of the United States,
The President
The Cabinet Mini.ters.
The Diplomatic Corps.
The Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the Su
preme Court of the United States.
The Senators of tha United States.
Msmbers of the United, tates House of Representa
tives.
Governors of the S a tea and Territories and ths Com
missioners of the District of Columbia.
Judges of the Court of Claima.
Judielary of the District of Columbia and Judges of
tne united st.tesHJourta ;
Assistant Secretaries of State, Treasury and Interior
aepartmenta.
Assistant Postmaster Generals. -"
Solicitor General and the Assistant Attorney Gen
eral.
Such societies ss may wish to join.
Citizens and strangers.
Brevet Major General K. B. Ayres, colonel
of the Second artillery, will command the
funeral esoort. Tbe troops designated to
form the escort will assemble on the east side
of the Capitol and will form fronting the
east portico of the Capitol precisely at 2 p.
nL, Friday f the 28d Inst. The - procession
will move on the conclusion of the religious
services at the Capitot" appointed to com
mence at 3 p. m., when minute guns will be
fired at the navy yard by the vessels of war
which may be in port, at Fort Meyer and by
a battery of artillery stationed near the Capi
tol for that purpose. At the aame time the
bells of the several churches, fire engine
houses and school houses will be tolled. The
officers of the army and navy selected to com
pose the guard of honor and accompany the
remains to their final resting place will as
semble at 4 p. m. at the Baltimore and Poto
mac railroad depot, where they will receive
the body of the late President and deposit it
in the car prepared for the purpose.
(Signed; vjuobert x. unoolk,
secretary of war.
a i -' . - '- ' Wnj.TiM H. Hunt,
i 1 ! " H Secretary of the Navy.
. :- - I J. DSNT,
President of Board of Commissioners, Dis
trict of Columbia. !
MAGNATES IN THE LTKS OF MARCH.
A special order has been issued to the Dis
trict ""HHa to assemble in full dress uniform
at 2 p. m. to-morrow to take a place from
the Capitol to the funeral train. General
Sherman has ordered four companies of
troops from Fortress ' Monroe, , two from
Bichmond, one from Norfolk and regulars
from the Marine barracks to participate in
the procession. The civio division of the
procession will include two Commanderies of
Knights Templar and various other societies.
The place assigned the physicians who' at
tended the President will be occupied by
Drs. Woodward, Barnes and Beyburn and
possibly Br. Agnew. Drs. Bliss and Hamil
ton are not expected as they are detained in
New York. One feature of the procession
will be the presence of dead President, a
live President, two erc-Preeidants (Grant and
Hayes) and two ex-Vice Presidents (Colfax
and Wheeler), who will be here in the morn
ing. The full Supreme bench is expected to
be in the line and all the foreign ambassadors
who can reach the citysa time. After the
civio societies-who may participate will come
the populace, for whets ef course there will
be little room between the Capitol and the
depot, but who will no doubt fill the streets
for blocks around. The same police arrange
ments will be observed as on Wednesday.
The avenne will be kept clear to
tne curb. Mumea drams
and slow mu-.
. ... .v. o .ill ,.i .
sio -will accompany the tread of marching
feet. Among those comprising -the military
escort will be General Sherman and staff,
General Hancock and staff who arrived to
night, lieutenant General 8heridan," lieu
tenant Colonels N. V.Sheridaa, J. F. Gregory,
Maior Generals 8. S. Carroll and J. rJ.
Rickett. Brigadier Generals G. B. itamsey,
J. K. Barnes. A. A. Humphreys, Is. D.
Townsend, 8. V. Benet, Robert Macfeeley,
W. McK. Dunn. Beniatmn Alrord. W. 11.
Emory, G. B. Paul and H. G. Wright, and
a hundred : other officers of the line. Tne
naval escort will comprise all the line and
staff."'- " - ' "-
CROWDS STREAMING Td THE CAPITOL;
The scene at the Capitol to day has n.
vailed description. It is estimated by counts
taken at various hours that between 7 o'clock
this morning and 4 this afternoon sixty thou
sand people have passed through the rotun
da. Since 4 o'clock the crowd has decreased
somewhat. It is a noticeable -fact that col
ored people form a large part of the long
line of visitors, which at one time was a mile
and a quarter long. A large number of the
colored people who were in the line had
walked in from the neighboring towns. The
appearance of an orphan asylum in line this
rorenoon varied tne monotony to some ex
tent. Flowers which were sent from the
White House Conservatory and botanical gar
den this morning, together with an agricul
tural picture, "The Gates Alar," which came
from the members of the Vermont
Advent Christian chnrch. now stand
at the left of the line of people going out,
and attract the attention and admiration of
every one in the vast throng. The only
other floral piece is a wreath which was made
to-day at the cabled request of Queen Victo
ria and brought to the Capitol this afternoon
by Mr. Victor Drummond, cnarge d'affaires
of the English legation here, and Chief Clerk
Brown of the State department. It rests on
the foot of the coffin and is the only decora
tion except branches of palm and a few loose
roses strewn on tne edge of the -catafalque.
1 he crowd continued to come steadily until
half-past 6.
THE REMAINS BEGINNING TO DECOMPOSE.
Notwithstanding the care which was taken
this morning to carefully sponge the face of
tne dead, and by powder and artuicial means
to preserve the natural appearance of the
features as far as possible, decomposition of
the remains was observed to have oommenced
at half-past 6 o'clock this evening. The
casket was immediately closed, but
the public were allowed ' to continue
filing through the rotnnda. It was some
time before the fact that the face was not to
be seen became known, but even after the
crowd heard it but very 'few dropped out of
line, and at. present no decrease to any ex
tent has been noticed. The majority of those
who passed bv the coffin Beemed really glad
that the casket was closed. They had heard
so much of the terrible appearance of the
face that they were glad of" some excuse to
prevent them from having to endure the sight.
it is not believed that tne decomposition will
make any change in tne present arrangement.
the casket being metallic and hermetically
sealed. . In explanation of the discoloration
of the face it is said the embalming process
was not able to overcome the blood poison
ing, and therefore was not perfect. The
features are now so changed that even his
most intimate friends fail to recognize a re
semblance to the living man.
PLAN FOB THE FUNEBAL TRAIN.
The plan as contemplated, though yet not
ruiiy completed, is that tne funeral train will
leave at 5 o'clock, reaching Pittsburg bet ween
6 and 7 o'clock in the morning and Cleveland
in the neighborhood of 1 or 2 o'clock. The
second section of the train will be composed
of two Pullman cars and a hotel car for the
Senate, and four Pullmans for the members
Of the House with a combination car for
baggage and smoking. The funeral train to
Cleveland will be run by engines and crews
of each division of the road on which it
passes. The funeral car is an Eastlake car.
and the seats have been removed, wicker
chairs having been substituted for the at
tendants. In the center is a stand on which
the casket will rest. This is composed of a
platform five by fourteen feet and eight
inches in height, upon which rests a dais
three by eight feet and fourteen inches in
height, the whole covered in black cloth with
festoons and rosettes. The stand or cata
falque comes within twenty-two inches of the
lower sash of the window, and will give per
sons on the roadside an opportunity of see
ing at least the top of the casket. The next
car will be No. 31)5, a regular Eastlake car,
which will be used by the Cabinet and pall
bearers. Then will come the elegant Pull
man cars Paris, Marlborough, Hotel and
Gaitzer, and President Roberts' private car.
120, in which will be Mrs. Garfield and fam
ily and immediate relatives. To-day Master
Mechanic Elder, of the Pennsylvania railroad.
with a force of men is engaged in decorating
tne tram m mourning. The entire sides and
ends of the cars are covered with black cloth
relieved by rosettes.- On the inside of the
funeral car the ceiling is draped in mourning
with dashes of red, white and blue colors.
There are no previsions for members of the
press on the train.
Fsseral Arrangements at Cleveland.
Cleveland, Sept. 22. The committee of
arrangements have substantially completed
the preparations for the President's funeral
All the trades will be represented, and ex-sol
diers and sailors will be assigned positions in
line. Ex-Secretary of State Evarts will be
asked to deliver the address, and Bev. Dr.
Erritt and Chaplain Jones of President Gar
field's regiment will officiate. The remaii
will be allowed to lie in state at Washington
until 5 o'clock Friday morning, and will lie
in state in Cleveland until the day of the fu
neral. The decorations of buildings along
the route of the funeral procession are elab
orate in the extreme. Dispatches have been
received from all parts of the State announc
ing the readiness of the local militia to take
part in the obsequies. Up to this evening
twelve infantry regiments, three cavalry and
one artillery, naa been placed in line.
A Little Ray or Comfort.
Williamstown, Mass., Sept. .23. James
A. Garfield, jr., passed a comfortable night
and Dr. Hubbell thinks all danger is passed.
If he experiences no relapse he will go . to
Cleveland to attend the funeral. He hopes
to leave r naay or Saturday.
The GSarxield Pond Rapidly Serening.
New iobk, September 22. The total
amount of subscriptions to the Garfield fund
up to this evening is $266,678.29. The
United Stales Trust company has purchased
on account of the fond $200,000 in United
States 4 per cent, registered bonds, for which
they paid $232,468.75. Three months inter
est on the bonds due October 1st will be paid
to Mrs. Garfield by the Trust company with
out any uiiargo iut uuuiiuistuon, etc
SORROW FOR THE DEAD.
messages of Condolence Ponring In.
Washington, Sept. 22. Telegrams of con
dolence were' received to-day by Secretary
Blaine, in behalf of the American people and
the wife and family of the late President,
from Minister Thornton, W. J. Ritchie, dep
uty Governor of Canada ; Mr. Marsh, for the
King and people of Italy ; Aristarchi Bey,
Turkish minister at New York ; the Parlia
ment of Australia ; Minister Putnam, for the
people of Belgium; Cardinal Jacobini, for
His Holiness the Pope : Earl Granville. Eng.
lish Secretary of State,' and numberless other
officials of 'various countries. To many of
these Secretary Blaine returned messages of
thanks, and he cabled Minister Lowell to in
sert a card in the London papers expressing
the thanks of the nation and the afflicted
family to those sympathizers in Europe
whom he could not individually reach. From
WillianB. Forwood, Mayor of Liverpool.
came a message expressing the sympathy of
the people of that city expressed in a public
meeting, i rom all parts of the world mes
sages of condolence pour in. and indeed if
may be said that no man's loss has ever been
more universally or more sincerely mourned.
Veteran Soldiers Express Their Grief.
Chattanooga,. Tenn., Sept. 22.' The re
union of the Army of the Cumberland took
place to-day. The ex-federal and ex-confederate
soldiers marched to Common Hill,
where they raised a flag and held requiem ser
vices. Memorial services were held at 4 p.
m. at the court house, and to-night an ora
tion to the Army of the Cumberland was de
livered. - ' . ' j
?VV THE AUTOPSY. . '-
An Attendant Physician. Opinion. :
Bkookxtk, N- Y., Sept. 22. Coroner Kel
ler of Brooklyn, who is a physician and sur
geon, was present at .the autopsy, on Presi
dent Garfield at Long Branch. He had taken
great interest in the case and was anxious to
learn whether if the ball had been found and
extracted at once there-was a possibility of
President Garfield's life being saved. He had
like other physicians accepted the theory of
Dr. Bliss and the other attending physicians
to the location of the ball, and like those
gentlemen was surprised when they failed to
find it in the location is which they believed
it to have lodged. r It was not, he says, so
remarkable that theyshoold have been de
ceived as to its course. It was at a right angle
from where it had entered the-body. He
said that, the autopsy took from 1 nnin 8
o'clock in the evening. It would have been
impossible for them to have probed the full
' length of the wonnd and it was equally im
possible for the President
All the physicians were of course astonished!
K... .1 - a ,, . i . . . .... '
vu. me y uiu ui taat uswaa possible for them
to do. . He neVe
Saw a cc
corpse so bloodless
as that of the President.
DR. SOYN-roN DISSATISFIED WITH THS DOCTORS.
It has become generally known to-day that
Dr. Boynton is not satisfied with the official
report of the autopsy, declaring it to be full
of gross errors and false statements. It is
further said that he charges the attending
surgeons with having suppressed many im
portant facts, with nut having made the au
topsy complete, onlv partially so. It is not
probable that Dr. Boynton will have any
thing to say at present, but at a later date it
is Understood he will make public a detailed
account of the autopsy and how it was con
ducted.. He thinks it was unwise that the
surgeons who created the President should
have conducted the autopsy and believes
that Dr. Townshend was the first physician
to attend President Garfield after he was shot
and is now the last physician to do service to
the remains.
THE NEW ADMINISTRATION.
President Arthur Again Sworn In A
tt-uiet Ceremony The New Execatlve'l
Address to the People.
Washington, Sept. 22. President Arthur
took the oath of office in the marble room at
the Capitol, in the presence of the members
of the Cabinet, the justices of the Supreme
Court, s few Senators and members of the
House of Representatives, all who could be
notified this morning in time to be present.
General Sherman, General Grant, Bear Ad
miral Nichols, Hanibal Hamlin, General Beale
and a few others were also present, forty
people in all. This step was taken after a
conference held between the President,
Secretary Blaine and the Attorney General.
Very few persons knew that the oath was to
be administered until the ceremony was over.
The President and the members of the
Cabinet had assembled in the marble room a
little before 12 o'clock. Chief Justice Waite
in his full robes of office accompanied by the
associate justices came, from the Supreme
Court room. The doors . were immediately
closed, and without any formality President
Arthur arose and standing upon one side of
the centre table, Chief Justice Waite upon.
the other, took the oath of office. The Presi
dent's manner was calm and composed, and
his response "So help me God" was in firm
tones and without a tremor. Tbe President
then read from the manuscript, notes an ad
dress as follows :
"For the fourth time in the history of the republic
its Chief Magistrate has been removed by death. All
heartaare filled with grief and hor or at the hideous
crime which has d rkened our la d, and the memory
or the muraerea rreeiaent, nis protractea sanerings
his uuyieiaing lortltuae, the exao pie ana achieve
meuts of hi life and the pathos of his death, will for
ever illumi ia the pages of onr history, for the
fourth time the officer electe 1 by the peop e snd or
dained by tbe Constitution to fill a vacancy so created
is cailea to assume tn. executive cnair. A no wisaom
of our fathers, fores -eltuz even the most dire possi
bilities, made sure that the government should never
oe .m perinea oeoause or tne uncertainty ox numan
life. Men may die. but the laorio or our rree lr.stltu
tions remains uoshaken. - No higher or more assuring
proof cou-d exist of the strength and permanence ji
popular government than the fact that, though the
hosen of the people be struck down his onstitutional
successor is peacefully installed without ebock or
strain except sorrow, which mourns the bereavement.
All the noble aspirations of my lamented predecessor
which found expression in his life, the measures de
vised and suggested dnring his brief administration
to correct abuses and eoiorce economy, to advanoe
prosperity and promote tne general welfare, t en
sure domestic security and maintain friendly and
honorable relations with -the nations of the earth.
wilt be garnered in the hearts of the poople, and it
will be my earnest endeavor to profit and to see that
the nation ah .11 profit Dy nis example ana expert
ence. Prosperity blesses our country. Cur fiscal
poiioy is fixed by law, is well grounded and
generally approved. No threatening issue mars
our - foreign intercourse, and the wisdom, in
tegrity and thrift of our people may be
trustea to continue unaisturoea tne present
sssared career of peace, tranquility and we fare.
The gloom and anxiety which have enshrouded the
country must make repose especially welcome now
No d - mand for speedy legislation has been heard. No
adequate occasion is spparent for an unusual session
of Congress. The Constitution defines the functions
snd powers of tbe executive ss cle rly as those of
th. other two departments of the govern
ment, and he must answer for the just exercise of the
discretion it permits ana the performance oi the uu
ties it imposes. Suuononed to these high duties and
responsibilities, and profoundly conscious of their
magnitude and gravity, I assume the trust imposed
by the Constitution, relying for aid on Bivine guid
ance, and the virtue, patriotism and intelligence of
the Am.rluan people."
After the reading of the address by the
President, Secretary Blaine stepped forward
and grasped the President's hand, and after
him the other members of the Cabinet and
others present shook hands with the Presi
dent. Ex-President Hayes arrived at the
Capitol soon after the ceremony of taking
the oath was concluded, and in company with
General Grant soon afterward left the Capi
tol. -
The Cabinet Ashed to Remain A Procla
mation Prom the President.
Washington, Sept. 22. A meeting of the
Cabinet was held immediately after the cere
mony of administering the oath to President
Arthur was concluded, and continued until
half-past 1 o'clock. A proclamation was pre
pared and signed by the President designat
ing Monday, the 26th inst. the day on whioh
the funeral takes place as a day of fasting,
humiliation and prayer throughout the coun
try. No- other business was transacted.
Members of the Cabinet were requested to re
tain their respective positions. It is author
itatively learned as well as indicated by the
President's inaugural address that there will
be no session of Congress until the regular
session of December next. The proclama
tion is as follows :
By the' President of the United States of America. A
Proclamation.
Whereas, In his inscrutable wisdom it has pleaBed
God to remove from us the illustrious -head of tha
nation, James A Garfield, late President of the
United States.
And, whereas, it is fitting that the deep grief which
fills all hearts should manifest itself with one accord
toward the throne of infinite grace and that we
should bow before the Almighty and seek from Him
that consolation in our amiuti n ana that sanctinca
tion of. our loss which He is sble and willing to vouch- I
safe.
Now, therefore, in obedien-e t-the sacred duty and
in accordance with the desire of the people. I. Ches
ter A. Arthur, President of tbe tmtea states ol
America, do hereby app lilt Monday next, the twenty-sixth
day of September, on which day the re
mains of our honored and beloved dead will be con-I
signed to their 1-st resting place on earth, to be Ob-
ser-ed throughout the United 8tates as a day. of hu
miliation and mourning ; and I earnestly recommend j
all he people to assemble on that day in their re-I
apective places of divine worship, there to render I
anas their tnoute x sorrowful suDmission to tne i
will of Almighty God snd of reverence and love for I
the memory and character of our late Chief Magls- I
trace. -
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand
and caused the seal of the United states to be af
fixed. Done at the City of Washington the 22d day of Sep
tember, in the vear of our Lord 1881. and of the In-
d endence of the United States the one hundred and I
sixth.
CUESTEB A. ARTHtTB.
An Kxtra Session of the Senate.
Washington, Sept. 22. It was announced
late this evening that the President and Cab
inet to-dav decided . to convene the United
States Senate in extra session October 10.
The necessary proclamation will be issued in
due time. At the convening of the Senate I
there will be in their seats,- according
to present appearances, 37 Democratic Sen- I
stars. 34 Republicans,- one Independent,
David Davis, and Senator Mahone. Thus the I
Democrats will have a clear majority on or
ganization, and from the best advices now
obtainable will choose one of their members
president pro tern ot the Senate, who will be
next in succession to the Presidency in the
event of death. "
The Possible Mistress or the White House.
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 22. Mrs. Mary Mc.
EIroy of this city, who is spoken of as the
probaMe mistress of the White House under
the. new administration; is the wife of John
E. McFJroy of Albany, and the sister of I
President Arthur. She is a lady of winning
presence and is noted both for - her culture
and for ner social cnarms. Airs, mcudroy is
not at all fond of display, preferring rather
her own fireside and immediate circle, ur
late she has been calling often at New York
to look after the household matters of Mr.
Arthur. Mrs. McElroy has two children a
boy and a girL
GUITEAU.
To be Indicted in Jersey Mute ReUes of
His Deadly Work.
Long Branch, N. J Sept. 22. It has
been settled that it will be the duty of the
prosecutor of pleas of Monmouth county to
bring the matter ot the murder of the Presi
dent before the grand jury of the county,
which meets at Freehold on the second Tues
day in October- -The statutes, Judge Scud
der, circuit justice of the Supreme Court,
says, will make it Ins duty to speak to the
grand jury on the subject and counsel- the
prosecutor to plead for an indictment.
The Central .New Jerrey railroad authori
ties to-day began to take up the temporary
track which was laid from the main line to
Francklyn cottage where President Garfield
died. - During last night some persons had
drawn out a number of spikes that held down
the rails and carried them off, it is supposed
as relics. . :t . ' :--"- .
The Aeaasaln- Growing Here fearful..
Washington, Sept. 22. The manner of the
assassin shows more fear as the nights coma
and to-day his appearance has been a sort of
forced bravado. During the morning he ex
pressed a great desire to have some exercise
and asked for some paper to write to a friend.
It is now apparent that he is suffering, as
much as it is possible for a man to suffer in
mind, -for he is fearful of the least sound. On
General Crocker making the usual inquiries
of the prisoner this afternoon he answered
that he had slept well, and continuing said,
"I demand and expect ample protection frf
the authorities. I want the guards doubled
and tbe strictest vigilance kept. This I want
till the public mind is settled." He asked,
"Where is President Garfield's body now?"
General Crocker answered that it was in that
eity. He then wished to know if there were
any crowds df people in the city and was told
there were vast numbers hefe and more com
ing. Guiteau hung his head for a moment
and then remarked, "Well, It could not
be expected otherwise." After another
pause he said, "The greatest cause for alarm
is from strangers," and he again asked Gen
eral Crocker to use the greatest caution for
his protection. When asked if he had select
ed a lawyer he replied that he had not, but
would want one to assist him In the manage
ment or nis case, and though he was a law
yer mmseir, ne would when the time came
select - some first-class- man. He Was
given an opportunity to exercise to-day, but
his heart did not enter into it, and he spent
but little time in the corridor. This after
noon he spent in writing to a friend. This
morning when one of the guards was passing
tnrougn ne noticed mat uuiteau showed in
his every movement that he is getting
suspicious oi tne regular omcers or the jail.
Strangers in the city do not go near the jail.
ana mere is no rear or disturbance.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
New YOBK. Sept. 22 S P. M.
Money closed at 4 per cent, ; Exchange closed
firm st jM.81Xaft.8S ; Governments elosed firm.
Glueing prices reported over the private wire of
BUNNELL ft SCRAN TON, Bankers and Brokers.
Bid. Ilk.
Alton and Terrs Haute
Alton and Terre Haute pfd
American Diet. Tel a? sa
Burlinffton and Onincv 1 ji i - im
CO. O. and L.. I 97 u 9
anaaa southern u riu
Uentral Pacific. .. ................ 9ai 93v
Chicago, St, L. and New Orleana...... 77 79
OoL, Chic and Ind. Can jiv 22
ones. and. Ohio 29" 29
............... .... au ,1
do. 2d nref sow 11
Del., Lack, and West 126X 126J
vn.Nniinisl IAU1...-.., junj lUVjs
'-".wauiMvuiiiiuB hi.
5tf 4CK
uroyrei.... 90
fc-rie and Western 64 64
.tra. Anams.. las
American 87 89
United States 6Sif 70
Wells Farso 1S1 lai
Han. and St Jos 7. 150 200
Ian. and St. Joe. pfd lifivf lisv
uwwnwu UU 1,1,1 U
Illinois Central
(Znn-n .. . -I- '
aanaas ana Texas 41 fi 41
Louisville and Nashville 8 98V
nanhattan Elevated 22 22if
b, r 1 j . L'! i .
...... -ijnruMU cdDfHMM.. ............. . OO
ulchigan Central 94
-1 i. i i .. . . . . " -
uuu.ro u vuiu.... . !tt,l m
noms and Essex .124 124!tf
Nashville and Chattanooga 85tf 8614-
u. .tuna- uwm.. . un URL.
New York Central 143 14hv
Um V..V I . .
- ...... 1.T.LW . ..1U J1U
ew central Goal as 261$
Northern Paolfio 89 40
Northern Pacific pfd.. ........ .. ... 79 79Jtf
.w.uww. 11 I -Ji u
Vorthwest pfd.. 1S8 139
'niouentral 28V 2
mio and Mississippi 443 4
.u.,w mu imwj yyi yiu. ............
imaha 4t 44
hnaha pfd I08X 108 j.
tutano and western 31 1 31
Panama ....................
aolno Mall 61 151
-wru is. .uu juvaciaviue.. ......... .,
-teading 70V 70:'-
tiock Island 114V 114k
it. Paul.. 137 137
It. Paul pfd
texas Pacific 827. 53
Tnion Pacific 122 V 123
Wabash 52Si 52
Vabash pfd 1)4 '-4 94
-Vestern Union Tel - 87 88'
Erie 2d . 103i 103X
u. uiu ... nix-111. pia.. ........... j
Arizona Mining
Government bonds closed ss follows :
I's, '81. res
Va, '81, coup
s. '81, reg
5's, '81, ooup
itfs, '91, reg nstf
i)s. Hi, ooup 113)4-
1W7. rex ex lnt 116V
is, 1907, ooup 11734-
uiinnuj ob, vd.. ................. ....... .1W
Currency 6s. 96 131
Currency 6s, H7 132
Jurrency Ss, T8 133
lurrenoy os. W 134
sixes" 100K
Fives" 101
Pacific bonds closed ss follows :
Firsts H6V
1 rants llfivr
Funds 124
Centrals .1147,-
new York Prbemee Market.
Nsw Yobk, Sept. 22.
FLOUR Shade atrouffer. snd in some instances s
to loo higher; southern flour quist but steady ; com
mon to choice extra 5 96a6 60.
wheat Very firm and kavo hio-ber : trade ac
tive; ho. 2 red winter,$l 44 ; No. 2 white $1 43 ; No. 2
red September $1 48.
uukj letee hiKher : business fsirlv sctive ; un
graded mixed, 6Sa73) ; steamer mixed 72 ; No. 2
white 86a87 ; yellow, 76 ; No. 2 September 73kA73K.
OATS VAX hiKher and moderately active : No. 1
white, 62X ; No. 2, 60a5BX ; No. 1 mixed, 43J4 ;
no. 'i do. 43) and mixed western, 41a43.
RYE Vuiet at 103al08 .
BARLEY Firm. '
FORE Dull ; new mess on spot S19 62 V-
LARD Weak : f 12 35 cash: tl2 30atl2 32 vr for Ren-
tember and October.
OUT MEATS Steady.
BEEF Steady.
BUTTER Quiet ; State 22a25.
wnioAisi Bommai.
8P0T COTTON Steady ; midlands 11 K : futures
steady.
FE TROLEUM Dull.
'eeaaasasoisssaaC
Manufactured expressly for my own trade to
meet the demand for a good Waterproof Gar
ment at a low price, is the best light coat
ever sold in this market.
E. L. Washbnrn,
No. 84 Church Street.
The Aromatic Myrrh
TOOTH WASH
Is recommended by all physicians and den
tists who have used it, as the best Dentifrice
to cleanse the teeth and harden the gums.
Sold wholesale and retail by
E, L. Washburn,
No. 84 Church Street.
TRUSSES !
Fifteen years since we commenced the
manufacture of Trusses, Supporters, and va
rious appliances for the relief - and cure of
the various weaknesses and deformities which
afflict not less than one tenth of the commu
nity. With what success our efforts have
been crowned is known only to the thousands
who, of their own accord, or following the
advice of their physicians, have placed them
selves in our hands.
Tbe treatment of Hernia has been
with us a study, and experience has taught
that there is no one truss or appliance suited
to the wants of all, but that each individual
case requires special consideration. For this
reason, while we manufacture many applian
ces of our own, we have constantly availed
ourselves of the inventions of others until on
our shelves may be found nearly every truss
of any value in market.-- Considering our
complete stock and long experience, in the se
lection and application of various appliances,
we are able to offer special inducements and
to guarantee perfect satisfaction.
1 1. WASHBURN, 1 D., '
Xo. 84 Church Street.
a2stf ''""'
Very Big Bargains !
' At Im Schonberger.
fJORT RHOUSE Steak.the best in tne eity. ic in.,
l oin Steak 16c. Round 14c Roast Beef from 10
to 10c, Rack Steaks 12c, Corned Beef from 7 to 14a,
Lamb 12c, Hindquarters 15c Stew Beef 80, Ham lac.
Chickens and Vegetables a specialty. Com. and try
L. SCHONBEKGER'S,
Nos. 1, St and 3 Central MftrKet.
aim . .
Yale Rubber Coat
Wanted,
1S3 GRAl" STREET.
- WANTED
C COLORED HELP of all kinds. Wanted German,
j Swede, Irish, English and American help.
Apply at MANHATTAN AGENCY,
, - , Room No. 210 Chapel Street,
Help supplied free of charge to employe s. se23
Corset Hands Wanted.
arTLOSER8, Stitchers, Boners, Finishers, and one
my Binder. Steady employment en-.nmtA.fi .n
good pay. Apply to 8. BOSENBLUTH A CO.,
e-u at ill gtate Street.
SITUATION WANTED.
T Y A young girl to do housework or second work
, 9 in a private xamny.
Apply st
se23 It-
2 YORK STREET.
SITUATION WANTED.
DT A respectable girl to do gen ral house wort in a
A 9 small private family.
At-ply st
se33 If
e UKOWN STREET.
SITUATION WANTED.
AS second girl In a private family ; has good city
reference. Apply at
ae23 If 106 PUTNAM STREET.
SITUATION WAVnm
IN A (tore shop, or any respectable position, by an
Engliah b-jy (17 veara of ami. ni ,n ,i.-
three months. Address
"23 "B ."P. O. Box 119, City.
Book Binder Wanted.
FIRST-CLASS Finis er of blsnk books snd
tainted work, with i-n-i 1 . .
ding, oan find a permanent place by appljing to
WANTEI1
WE WANT AN active young man as entry clerk
and collector : most he copmmH- en
write a uood fair hand. Aainm in ,
thS. F. S. ANDREW a CO. .
e- 3t- city.
SITUATION WATF.n
BY AN English woman a. housekeeper for s bach
elor or widower (no ob ectlon to children) ; good
n'edle-woman and cook, well edncieH .,.0.1.1-
oompenion. Address for three dsys.
. MRS. JOSIE STRATFORD,
23 " New Haven P.O.
SITUATION W A VTfll
BY A respectable German girl to do general house
work in a amall famllv .... m
- 1' I - J "1 'I'-.-, uwu..
e23 !t 116 GRAD STREET.
WASTK1J,
SMART young man, about 16 years old, to learn
a mechanical trade requiring taste. Apply at
A
se23 2t
280 CHAPEL STREET.
WANTED,
GIRL FOR general housework. Inquire at
e23 2t'' 128 HOWE STREET.
WANTED,
4 BY A gentleman and wif e.four or five rooms,
id second floor, with modern improvea-ents, in a
ilL good locality. Address
23 2t " I. ." Box 4S8. r, v.
WANTED.
rrHREE first-class Dress Goods Salesmen, active
JL and energetic Apply at once to
ae23 It BROWN. BOLTON & CO.
WANTED.
THOROUGHLY experienced Saleslady for dress
buttons and nutione : to th riant
ea'ary ill b- given. Also wanted, s steady, active
and competent young man to drive a delivery w.gbn.
WJ inuimmai.ciy .0
eed it mtowa. BOLTOX & CO.
WANTED.
A GIRL FOR general housework In a small family
(8cotch, 8wede or colored nreferred. Kan.
but those thoroughly competent need make applica
tion. Apply Friday and Saturday moraines, at
ae27 2f 191 CROWN STR11ET.
' WANTED.
GIRL WHO CAN come well recommended as cook,
washer and ironer.
ee22 2t 214 ORCHARD STREET.
$4,000 Wanted.
SECURED by rew Haven city real estate - ortgsge,
six per oe t. interest per snnnm, for four years,
fo commission will be paid and noue but principals
will be dealt with. Address
oa22 at- " B.," P. O. Box 68. New Haven.
WANTED,
COMPETENT Engineer. Apply at
. se22 2t WHI1NEYVILLE ARMOliY.
WANTED,
GOOD Carriage Blacksmith on fine platform
work. Steady work year round.
se22 2t J. F. GOODRICH s CO.
WANTED.
A PROTESTANT girl to do general housework.
Apply st
se22 2f 667 CHAPEL STREET.
WANTED,
! A FURNISHED Room, or Board and Room
j with a nice family. Address, stating terms,
d etc..
se22 2t J. H. B.," this office.
SITUATION WANTED.
BY A respectable girl to do general housework in a
private family ; good city references ffiven. Ap
ply st
seaa at- 214 Hamilton street.
WANTED,
GOOD Tin and Sheet Iron Worker ; constant
employment and good wageB given. Apt ly to
T. W. COBBETT.
se21 St 180 Elm Street
BOYS WANTED. :
APPLY TO MUNSON CO.,
se20 4t 68 Court Street
HELP I HELP ! HELP !
lMRST-OLASS help of all nationalities can be found
r that employers will find sll we sav. bv calllns at
493 Grand street. Males and females for city or coun
try, ana ail , ositions, at
SO20 Ct
293 GRAND STREET.
WANTED.
M
ORE GIRLS. Must understand running sewing
machines and be very neat and tidy. Apply at
new haven rukfle Co..
sel9 tf 64, 66 and 68 Court Street.
WANTED, .
A man of good business qualifications as manager
for a branch office. Must furnish security if desired.
One with experience in onr business preferred. Sal
ary $15 per week to commence.
GAY BROTHERS,
se!6 256 Chapel Street, city.
WANTED.
fTWO good salesmen not afraid of work can find
X employment for the winWr by calling at 60
?r.ter street, mrst class reference or eiiuht aeon-
I rlty required. No lazy men need apply. se!3 tf "
WANTED,
A YOUNG MAN of good address as salesman and
to take care of stock one who is used to hand
ling woolens preferred, address, in own handwrit
ing, P. 0. DKAWER 65,
eiuti iNew Haven, t onn,
"corset hands wanted.
STRAIGHT STITCHERS and JOINERS, on ma
chines running by power.
Good straight Stitchers can earn $6 to (7.50 per
week. Joiners or Closers from $7.50 to $9.
A few learners will be taken.
Steady work guaranteed throughout the year.
Also Stitchers to work at home. Work delivered
and called for. Work given on all kinds of machines.
Learners will be taught gratuitously.
Persons desirous of stitching, having no machines,
we will furnish the celebrated WHITE SHUTTLE
VIAOHINE, and take work for pay in small install
ments. Also Boners and Learners. A few experienced Fin
ishers. Apply to or address
MAYER, STROUSE & CO.,
Jy23tf 4-1 Court Street.
GAUDEFROrS
EMPsLO YM E1VT OFFICE.
PRIVATE families, b aardlntr houses, hotels and
restaurants can be su , plied with help of differ
ent nationalities. Great attention ia paid by tbe pro
prietor of the establishment in the choice of girls and
women before sending them to fiU a situ .tion. Coun
try calls of any - istanoe are promt tly attencL-d to.
83 Orange street, near Crown street.
j,nl7 . - GATTDEFROY.
I sell the Kichmond Stove Compa
ny's manufactures, compris
. Ins the following
CELEBRATED PATTERNS.
Richmond Range,
v ' Cottage Range.
Triumph "
Floral "
Palace
Thames "
Laurel Rase Burner
These goods are so well and fav
orably known as to require no com
ments from me.
Call and see them.
JKVA1V EVANS,
314 AND 316 STATE
ST.
New Haven, Conn.
B21
No. 440 Chapel Street.
ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS,
AND FINE PRINTS.
Open rer Two Weeks, on Sale asd. Kxhi
bitloai by
. JT.W. Huffington,
OF
21 East 15th St., New York City.
Examples from Rembrandt, Durer, and other old
Engravers and Etchers. Haden at Whistler appear
and many foreign etchings. American Etchinga by
Gifford, Parrieh, Colman, Farrer, Piatt, and others.
Very large collection. eeai 6t
Solum Pine Mer.
Just landed a cargo 2 to 4 in. thick, also
a cargo of 400 M feet 1 inch and li inch
Flooring Strips and Sidings, which we will
sell low. " -
We also lutve a good assortment of Build'
ing Timber, and Lumber of all kinds for sal.
cheap for cash.
G. & T. Ailing & Co.,
Office and Mill. East Water Street,
a foot or owvb, ;
Milliner
a
Stoves
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