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August 14, 1882,
mwmm, VOL. L. Serial Sofa. New Dark Ground Figured Cambrics, Calicoes and Satteens, In large figures, of American manufacture, copied after the French patterns, very handsome and low prices. Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings at the lowest prices ever sold in this city. Linens, Damask Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Linen Sheetings and Pillow Oase Linens, at great reductions in prices. Ladies' Cloths in all of the new colors just opened. Also Seaside Cloths. New Embroideries for trimming White Dresses the finest assortment in the city. Parasols at half prico to clear out. Monson & Carpenter, aul2 344 and 246 Chapel Street. FOR THE SEASHORE HOWES Get your Outfits at 5 AND 10 CENT STORE, CHEAP. At the 3T. TT- You can find a GREAT "VARIETY of card and cabinet size Velvet and Plush Photograph Frames from lO cents upwards. NO. 08 CHAPEL ST!!KKT, NEW HAVEN, FOR J Removes Tan. FrecMes, Pimples, Morphew, and an DiemiBneB ox me cuucie. BEAUTIFYINC the COMPLEXION. -m -T-ri i rr i i i r -v The most delicate and elegant prepa- Sold in New Haven Wholesale by Hichardson & ration tor the Rkvi ever invented. Co.. retail by K. M. Sheridan, G. TT. Allmj;, HO BV ALL DRUCCISTS AND DEALERS. PRICE. CO CENTS. FOR RENT, A TENEMEN r of ttve Booms on Orchard street ; one of 3 Roou.s on Bradley street, near State. Inquire at 80 Crown street aul2 GLOSON HATX. FARM FOR SALE. OXi- of the best Farms in this State; has be' ween 40 and 60 acres, about 12 of which is woodland : 1'as an orchard of all irrafted fruit the choicest kinds : is situated about 5 miles from New Haven, half a mile east of Oentervl le. Inquire of or address MARVIN OLM8TEAD, au5 lm Centervllle, Ct. FOR RENT, Five rooms in Heller's block gas and water and water cl'.sot Three Rooms No. 21 Spring Btrect, lirefc floor. Inquire of JACOB HELLISK, Room 1, Yale Bank Building, jy20 or 98 Olive struet. For Drive Wells, Pumps, Lead and Iron Pipe and fittings, Bobber Hos, Iron Sinks, Steam Packing of all kinds, Plumbers' Goods, Brass and Iron Steam Work of every description.Shafting & Pullejs.Machine Jobbing, Engine Kepairs,tc, Go to Munson, Bishop & Gilbert, fepie7c2mattmtlon glv6n toSTEAM EATI8i- 479 State street. Desirable New Brick Hon, IN good location, with modern improve ments, for Bale or rent. Houses and Lands for . Bale or rent. Livary Stable for sale, doing a business. GEO. A, ISBELL, Office Todd Block, corner State and Elm streets. Open evenings. Jyl8 FOR BENT, A HOUE on Orchard street ; bouse has all modt rn improvements and has recently been b c t)ut in first cites order both outside and in- Bide; there is a large barn on the premises with all conveniences. For further particulars call at MEIiWIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE. Jyl5 237 Chapel Street. TO KENT. A large building adapted for manufacturing purposes or hfavy wholesale business, on Graud street near and adjoining railroad fa cilities ; also a large hall in the same to rent by week, month or year. Three rents near Winchester's shop at $8, $tu and $12. No 29 Auburn street, $10.. For sale, house on East street, near Grand, $1,700 ; terms easy. Also for sale. Soda Fountain and six marble top ice cream tables. Apply to A, M. HOLMES, j yl 5 69 Church Street. Boom 8. R E ATESTSrET OR SALE HOUSES in all parts of the city worth from $1,500 to $50,000 each. Building lots for sale , everywhere and priceB to suit. FOR RENT, A STOR-B on the corner of York Square and Broadway, with or without tenement adjoin ing. A number of houses and tenements for rent. 8Money to loan in sums to suit. HORACE P.HOAJMiEV, REAL ESTATE ' No. 2 Hosdley Building, epp.Pastoffice. (Hansons. O, Wait ! O, Wait ! FOR RYDER'S Grand Mammoth Excursion, Friday, August lStb, FOR New York, Fort Lee & Tarrytown, On the world-renowned steamer, PLYMOUTH ROCK," With Chimes of Bells, and 6" Grind Staterooms ; six hours time given in New York, four hours at For ten. and two hours at Tarrstown. A sail of over 200 miles on the bound and up the Hudson River. Fare for the Round Trip, only 75c. Special Excursion Trains on all the railroad run ning Into New Haven. Leave Belle Dock at 8 30 a. m., Canal Bxck at 9 a. m. For particulars apply to Ii. E. BIDEEC & CO., anil g76 Chapel Street. WEBEK'S SUNDAY EXCURSION ! And Sacred Concert, At L.ig:lil house Grove. ii ii. The Steamer " IVERNIA" will leave 1gjjgffigY""1'1 Deck hourly from 9 a. m. to 8 p. in. every Sunday. . , . All kin "s of Sea Food and Refreshments supplied at the Grove. JJ13 2m 99 A Quiet Resort ! "Osprey Beach The Coney Island or connect? cu, On the Ocean's Brink. The Steamer ELM CITY Will make regular trips to this famous seaside resort, commencing Tuesday, July 11th, and every ""ueeday and Saturday thereafter, except J. ly 26, leaving Belle Dork fct 9 a. m.', remaining at the Beach 3 honrs, arriving at New Haven about "1:0 p. m. Faro, 75c for t he trip. No liquors sold Shore Dinner served at the Beach and Royal Bavarian Band gives concerts. Fine sea bathing 60 bathing houses. Large dancing plattorm. Tickets for sale by E. Dowres, 309 uhapel street. 1v7 tf J- H- WARD, Agent. OPENING OF THE Grand Union Hotel, 458, 460 & 462 Chapel Street, Opposite Yale College. First-class accommodations. je24 3m O. H. TTJTTLE. Manager. BUCKINGHAM HOTEL, Flftli-Avenue and Fiftieth-Street, (Opposite Cathedral.) ' NEW-YORK. AVETHERBEE & FUJLUHR,. Proprietors. Strangers will here find excellent accommodations at reduced prices daring the summer months. V This new and elegant house is very centrally located for the reception of .quests, either permanent or transient. It is charmingly situated, being a central point amidst the most fashionable residences. within three minutes' walk of the elevated roads and Mad f son-avenue cars. The ventilation, heating and plumbing are arranged on the most approved princi ples. The hotel is conducted on the European plan, patronized by the best families of Europe and Ameri . ca, with a restaurant of unsurpassed excellence and i at reasonable charges. my27 WASftm Proposals for Kip Rap Granite. I United States Engineeb Office, V Newport, R I., July 31, 1882. f SEALED PROPOSALS in triplicate addressed to the undersigned will be received at this office until 12 o'clock m., Augi-st 16th, 1882, for about 16,u00 1 tons of Rip Hap Granite In lots of 200 tons or more, for the Jetty at the entrance to Nantuoket Harbor, MasB. For forms of bid. and other information, ap ply to this office. Q. K. WARREN, Lt.-CoL Eng'ra, Bvt.-MaJ.-GD. TJ. S. A. au9 6t TICKET, $1.00 ! Admits one to 34 Church street, and entitles the bearer to 4J .FOUNDS OF OUR Choice Cream-pry Butter. It will pay you to come, even if you live miles away. Good Table Butter, 20c lb. New Flour, only $7.75 per bbl. Flour by th bag, $1.05, $1.10, $1.25. Fine Teas, 35c lb. Choicest Tea in the market, 50c lb. Good Tea. 20c lb. Pure Old Gov. Java Coffee, 25c lb. Best Mixed Coffee, 20c lb Pure Baking Powder, 30o lb. Our Lehigh Coal. Cargo after cargo arrives at our dock and is sold aB rapidiy, and acknowledged by all to be of superior quality, and our price is always the lowest. tseorje W. Bl. Mushes, Independent Coal Denier, au8 34 Church Street. SUNDAY AT- CONEY ISLAND OR ROGKAWAY. THE STEAMER ELM CITY Will leave Belle Dock 8ATUBDAT NISHT8 (until further notice), at 11:30 p m , commencing July 8th, jmfling at 23d street, and connect with Manhattan Beach Bailroad for Coney lal nd and at 3th street ferrs o Is a short distance from 23d stre t), for Bociaway via N. Y , W. H. & Rockaway R. B. Betubninq Leave Peck BUp for i.ew Haven direct at 11 p. m Sunday. Fare for the trip $1.75, Including railroad ticket to above places. jy6 2md STARIS'S 1 8 8 S STARIN'S GLEN ISLAND. Lose ISLAHD SOUND. 369 State Street, New Haven. PANTS 10 ORDER from $4 to $10, SUITS TO ORDER from $15 to $40 Samples and rules for Self-Measurement sent bX man on application. Branch Stores in all principal cities. Jyl Finest Day Summer Resort on the j Sound. j THE STEAMER. JOH1V H. STARIN, Capt. MoALMSTEB. WILL make the first trip of the season from New Haven to this beautiful island 8ATUKDAY, June 24. After this date, commencing July 6th will make TWO trips ech week, TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS. Will leave Starin's Pier, foot of Brew ery street five minutes' walk from the Depot, at 8:30 a. m. sharp. Returning leave Glen Island at 3:30 p. m., arriving in New Haven in time to connect with the 8 o'clook trains Fare, New Haven to the Island ". $ J0 i " " and return 75 New York via the Island 1.00 t i ' " and return via the Island and Pier 18, North Kiver 1-60 GLEN ISLAND is one of the fineBt day Summer Beaorts In America adapted to the tastes of the most refined. Gre it improvements stnee last season. Everything done with an eye to the comfort and pleasure of excursionists. Two Orand Concerts cUily by Grafulla's celebrated Seventh Begiment Band. Old fashioned Bhode Island Clam Bake served on the arrival of the boat. , , , GOOD MUSIC every trip by the celebrated Thomas' Orchestra. . . , - . No Intoxicating drinlss can be obtained on t he boat, which is sufficient guarantee that nothing can occur to mar the pleasure of any who choose to avail themselves of thse ex ursions. The Island is well policed. La lies and children unattended need not fear molestation. W. B. MILLER, Agent,. Starin Pier. TW No flree list. ' J20 8m Fruit! Fruit! Fruit! Xarce Eipe "Watermelons. 30c each. F0 b eketB fine Freestone Peaches received fresh this morning, luo qt , or $1.60 basket. Fresh sound Whortleberries, 0c qt. Large extra fine Blackberries, 10c qt. Nice Blackberries, 8o qt Fi'e ripe Tomatoes, 6c qt. Large -ed Astracoan Apples for table, 50c pk, cheap. Rice Cooking Apples, 4t c pk. Nice Bipe Nurmeg Melons. 3c and 5c each. Fresh picked Cucumbers, lc each. Extra large juicy Lemons, 3uo doz. Nice Lemons. 24o doz. Everything way down. Come early ! Come to-day and you will not be disappointed. D. M. WELCH & '3DN aulO . 38 and 30 Congress Anoe. PEARL'S WHITE Vi-, Local Weather Record. FOR AUOTTST 13. 1882. 716 ll:ia 3Tl6 716 11-16 A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. Barometer 25 05 29.A4 29.91 29.98 30.04 Thermometer 67 78 83 74 (13 Humidity 83 S3 29 46 6 Wind SW 4 NW.5 W.10 N.6 N.2 Weather Clear Clear Fair Talr Clear Max. temp., 84; min. temp., 63; total rainfall, 00. fob auobst 13, 1881. Max. temp., 90; min. temp., 69. J. H. SHERMAN, Sergt. S. C. U. S. A. Too small to measure. Storm signals have reference only to approaching fciffli winds. Approaching high northwesterly winds are inAieated by red and white nags combined. Burlng August winds from tke southwest to south east are those most likely to be followed by rain. BUM lA-rVKHi AljOlAlSAiJ. AUGUST 14. SrH Bisbs, Sum Cuts, 5.08 7.10 Moon Rises, 3:54 a. m. High Water, 11:52 p. m. m by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS . A Free Man Asraiii. NEW ENGLAND. Maine. Stephen Meany Released by the British AFTER A SHORT IMPRISONMENT. BIRTHS. BUCK In Stanford Springs, August 5, a daughter to Ueorge . Hack, and granddaughter to ex-Btate treasurer . A. Buck of Willi man tic. The Bungling Work of Bung ling Officials. MARRIAGES. The Public Up In Arms. PIEEOE BOT8FOBD In Danbury, August 51h, by Bev. John Pegg, bas. H. Pierce of Danbury, and Miss Ida A. Botaford of Waterbury. IJKAT M. General indignation at the Offi cers' Conduct. A Harvard Student's Dentil. Bath, Aug. 13. Frank A. Smith, the Har vard sophomore shot by Sergeant Kelly, July 29, while trespassing on government ground at Fort Fopham, died of secondary hemorrhage this morning. Kelly is under arrest for murder. A Congregational Clergyman Suicides. Por.ixAND, Aug. 13. Joseph Bartlett, aged seventy, a retired Congregational clergyman of Gorham, suicided yesterday by drowning. He showed signs of insanity. A Disease Among Cattle. Rochester, Aug. 13. A special to the Morning Herald says a cattle plague has broken out around Sennett, Cayuga county. Many cattle are already dead. It is supposed tne disease was brought from Texas. Gover nor Cornell has been asked to establish a quarantine station. Massachusetts. Sullivan s Glove Picked I p. Fall, IIivee, Aug. 13. John L. Sullivan's four-round challenge has been accepted by John L. Allen, a loom fixer, and an English man "unknown." Both are good boxers. The contest in which one will face him has been appointed for the 22d. Overcome by Escaping Oat. New York, Aug. 13. Giovanni lloumanel li and Angelo Lamfine, barbers, living and doing business at No. 71 James street, did not open their shop at the usual hour yester day morning, and their neighbors becoming alarmed notified the Oak street police. Pa trolman Timothy Leary broke open the door and found the two men lying unconsoious on a bed in an inner room. After they had re tired on Friday night the pipe connection with the metre had been uncoupled and they were overcome by escaping gas. They were removed to the Chambers street hosnital. It is thought that they wid recover. PITKIN In Pine Orchard, August 11th, 1882, Begin ald Lewis, youngest son of James S. and Laura Rherman Pitkin, aged 10 months. ENO In this city, August 12th, Alice Mayo, infant daughter of Charles A. and Reliie Eno, aged 1 6 months. Funeral at half-past 2 p. m. Monday, ihe 14th inst. SHERMAN At Bye. N. Y., on Friday, August 11th, 1S82, Edward 8. Sherman, in the C5th year of his age. Funeral services wil be held at Christ Church, Bye, on Monday, Aug. 14th, at 3:30 p. m. BBADLKT In East Haven, ug. 12th, Mrs. Eunice, widow of the late John S. Bradley, aged So years and 6 months. Funeral services will be held from the residence of her son, John I. uradley, Monday, the 14rh. at 4 p. m. Belatives and friends are respectfully inv ted to attend witno it lurtner notice. STONE In this city, Augast 10th, Sidney M. Stone, aged 79 years. Funeral services at his late residence, 43 Elm street. Monday afternoon. Auk. 14, at 4 o'clock. Belatives and friends are invited. 2t THE OLD WORLD. J1AR1NB JLIST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. CHICAGO REAL ESTATE. Loans placed promptly. Also bnv, sell and manage pr perty on commission, correspondence solicited. Beferences on application. F. C. VIEULING, my!6 3m HO Oearjyorn St., Cilicaico. 111. ARRIVED AUGUST 13. Sck Minnie Qrifiln, Stocking, from the oyster grounds. SAILED. Str Wm H Payne, Milliken. of the Manhattan Line, for New York. Str Aerouaut, for Mystic, Conn. Hon Boanoke, for Guilford, Conn. Sen Emily, for New York. Sen Mediator, Maoy, for New York. lost. N THIS 01 IT, on Thursday or Friday last, FIF- receive FOR SALE, THE HODE No. 157 Meadow street, contain ing all modern Improvements : house In nrst- class order, fresoo, painted walls, etc.. etc.: the place is for sale at a low price, and only a small amount required down ; the balance can remain on mortg ge ; possession at any time. Apply to J.auNWBN niSKi, Kroner, my3 038 Chapel Street. JB. H. JOHNSON. Real Estate and Loan Agent OMce, 477 State Street. FOR SALE. &t A N'.cs House and Largo Lot on Eld street at !r.a .argain. ISifSL Good Cottage Hocse on BwWhtBtreet at mnoh less than it is worth. A One plaoe in Fair Haven and several other places for sale very low. Home good snore property in jsast Haven ana Bran- rorc. SPot Sale or Rent'' Farms. A very desirable Farm of 70 acres In Southtngton ii! i3e sold low to close an estate. A list of good Farms in other desirable locations. Good rents in St. John and Oreene streets, Fair Ha ven, ana otner parts ox tne city. Wanted, $2,000 to $4,000 on good first mortgage se curity maSO REAL ESTATE For Sale to Close an Estate. "Efc The very desirable Building Lot fronting Woa Jyter square, on the corner of Academy street and Lome Place. ALSO, A Building Lot on EaBt Chapel street, opposite Man- ville'B new block. Size of lot. 100x137 deep. A lot in the rear of the above,, fronting on Salton- etall avenue, 48x137 feet deep. The above property will be sola cheap. For particulars apply to TY DOLLAR BILL. The finder suitable reward by returning it to an 14 XX,- XfcLlS SJV X IKslii. W. S. SANFORD, Auotioneeb. WILL sell Wednesday, August 16th, at 10:30 a. m., (rain or shine.) two frame Swellings Nos 548 and 650 Chapel street, near Howe, to be removed. Terms cash. au!4 3t Board of Oouncilmen. TfV the Sheriff of the City of New Haven, Greeting: You are hereby required to warn the 13 our d of ' wmcilmen of said city to meet at the Chamber of the Board in said city, on Hon day, the 14th day of Augmst, 18B2, at 7j o clock p. m. fctiven under my nana this loth day ol August, 1882. JAiEt BTVl'ns, Acting Mayor. The foregoing is a true copy of the original war rant. Attest, THOS. C. HOl.LIS. aul41t City Sheriff. BABTHOLOME Intelligence Office. AM having a great number of cooks, housework girls, waitresses, second girls for hotel and pri vate families. Great attention paid to out-of-town situations. Apply at Library Rooms, anli 75 ORANGE STREET. Edward jy24 C. Beecher, 32B Chapel Street. Real Estate aufl Fire InsurancB AGENCY, No. 63 Church Street. S50.000 JT6113" 7 Houses and Lots for sale or rent In all parts of the city and county. special attention given to collection oi rents. Savin Rock Seashore Property. Over 2,1100 front feet on Beach street in lota to suit. This is one of the moat beautiful summer resorts in New England. Call and examine maps ana prices. r'ire insurance. Policies issued against loss by Are and lightning. delO LONG & HINMAJS', Agtmt. Office open evenings. lost. 1 N THIS CITY, by a laboring man, an ENVELOPE I containing a sum of in ney. The finder will be suitably rewarded by returning the same to au a 2f TH.18 OFFICE. James F. Beebe, Builder and Jobber, No. lO Temple Street. JOBBING A SPECIALTY Eg Satisfactory work guaranteed. au2 3m Newspaper Files. The Atwater Patent Newspa per File. The Best Article in Use. Waste Paper Baskets. A few extra fine quality, little soiled, at very low prices juegai cap, letter, Bin, note i'apor ana Jinveiopes- Mnbifage. 1 iqnid Glue, sut-erior quality, finest Scarlet and BlacK Wafers Sealum or Patent Adhe- ive SealiDg Paper, very useful for many purposes. Gum med Labels, Merchandise and Shipping fags. Sealing wax. raoutn or j..ip tiue, Elastic -tfamis, foune, Kea, Blue and Black Peucils, Pencil Leads fitted. Silicate Slates and Erasable Tablets, Best Blotting Paper, etc, always in siock at lowest prices at NO. 163CI1APEI, STKEIST Under the Elliott House, Ireland. The American Suspects Incidents that I,ed to George1! Arrest Journalist DIeany Set Free The Prominent) Indignant. Dublin, Aug. 13. Notwithstanding the seeming apathy of Minister Lowell m regard to the arrests of Henry George and Stephen J. Meany, the correspondent of the New York Star, the pnblie, and particularly the press, comment in severe terms on the ignorance and unwarranted severity of the police whose inexplicable stupidity caused the govern ment, in the case of George, a pretext for his arrest. His alleged association with suspects had no other foundation than the fact that he entered a small shop kept by an active member of the Land League to purchase a shirt button. The astute officer who made the arrest deemed George's possession of a copy of his well known work, ''Progress and Poverty" conclusive proof of his guilt. Meany's arrest was made at Ennis on a war rant issued by Earl Spencer, lord lieutenant of Ireland, which was based upon informa tion furnished by a detective who had dogged Meany's movements from the moment of his arrival in Ireland, the charge being that he was a dangerous oharaoter. The de tective founded his report upon the very natural faot that Meany in the pursuit of his mission as a shrewd correspondent of the New York Star was seen in frequent conversation with local leaders of the Land League, which, in the mind of the detective, seemed proof positive of the existence of a conspiracy. Starting with this conviction the officer, by the time he reached Dublin, had magnified trivial into overt acta tof deepest criminality, and, after the manner of his kind, was prepared to swear to anything that the supposed neces sity of implicating Meany might dictate. The search of Meany's person and luggage having failed to reveal any treasonable comments, and further investigation showing conclu sively that his trip to Enais was Bolely for the purpose of visiting relatives, the authorities decided to acoept bail far bis good behavior for six months, and he was released alter a detention of several hours. The blundering of tbe Irish pohoe and lack of judgment shown by the looal magistrate in failing to discriminate between press correspondents and conspirators is severely criticised by prominent men of all parties, and it is known has caused much annoyance to the cabinet. Illinois. Tonnage Taken Out of Chicago. Chicago, Aug. 13. Six eastern trunk lines terminating at Chicago carried outward bound shipments aggregating 18, Gil tons during the ! week ending yesterday, less than the week preceding by bix hundred tons. During the corresponding week last year the roads car ried 43, 1U7 tons. For three weeks the ex port demand is limited to the regular ship- ment of packers. Shipments of Brain are limited to necessary orders from eastern points. The rates by rail are firm. Ocean rates show signs of weakness. The Lake Shore and Micnigan Southern road carried the largest tonnage, 5.502 tons. A Chance for Our Wrestler. New York, Aug. 13. Joe Acton, the cham pion wrestler, has issued a sweeping challenge to wrestle any man in the world, Grteco Koman or catch-aa catch-can, for $1,000. A. Cure for Cholera Infnntnm. The following, said to bo a sure cure for cholera infantum, was used with great suc cess by a celebrated physician : Take low mullen leaves (that which doeB not run up to seed), boil in water until it ropes, then strain and add an equal quantity of milk and boil again ; add a uttie sugar ad give the patient freely. 1 he same is good for dysentery. A Fight for a Medal. New Yokk, Aug. 13. In a prize light be tween Turnbull, alias Cockey, the winner " of the middle weight medal at the Scottish American boxing championship games, and Al Shortenbaek, a Teuton, at Flushing, for a medal, both men refusing to fight for money. Shortenbaek gave up in the ninth round, hav ing no heart, without being scarcely marked. It lasted thirty-six minutes. FIRE RECORD. The Outrage on Misa Bond. TayloevilLe, Aug. 13. The situation here is unchanged since the prisoners charged with outraging Miss Bond returned to jail. They will not again suffer by mob law unless unquestionable proof of their guilt is brought to light. None of them is any the worse for their rough treatment. lieutucky. Death From a Family Feud. Catlettsbueo, Aug. 14. On election day in Pike county a bloody affray occurred be tween the McCoy and Hatfield families. One of the latter was killed. Hie friends caught three of the McCoys, tied them to trees and shot them dead. More bloodshed ia expected. tiuebec Visited by the Flames. Quebec, Aug. 13. A candle carelessly han dled by a drunken man in the stable of the Dion Self-Raising Flour factory in St. Sau veur, a suburb of this city, yesterday caused a fire that destroyed $50,000 worth of prop erty. Dion's property was destroyed, to gether with a number of stores and dwel lings. In endeavoring to save the effects of Dion and Blottm two men were badly in jured. Mr. Garidias Foucher jumped from a window and was picked up unconscious. He may recover. Arthur Dion was also severely burned. A man named Beland is reported to have been burned slightly. LOCAL NEWS. Lots and Houses For Sale. A number of first-class douses for sale, located central ; can be bought at a bar gain, or 3 Hinall Elou.es. near Winches ter's Arms factory. A number of Lots in different lo calities can be sold cheap. FOR RENT, A good IJricU Hous lO rooms, range, fur nace, bathroom, eto., a little distance from the colle ges, with or without furniture, will be rented, on terms to maKe it an oniect; rent moder ate to responsible parties; possession at once. Bloney to loan on real estate. 49 Church Street, Boom S (Ioadley Building. Office open evenings from 7 to 8. aul L. P. COMRTOCK. aulQ Opposite the Opera Honse. PECK SPEBRY. The Nattonal'Kxhlbition Prominent Men on Hand for the Opening. Dublin, Aug. 13. The city is crowded with visitors to-da Present to attend the ceremonies at the opeu.'u of the Irish na. tional exhibition. Parneii, Dillon, Davitt, Gray and Justin McCarthy ha . arrived to participate in the festivities, and Henry George has returned from the "West for the same purpose. Tbe decorations of the streets and public buildings are already far advanced, and those of the Exchange, the Mansion House, the rotunda and of Sackville street, Mountjoy, Rutland. Merrion and Fitzwuliams bquares, Marlborough ureen and College Green are noteworthy for their elaborateness and beauty. A circular signed by the principal Irish members of Parlia ment, which was sent throughout Ireland to obtain signatures to a requisition to be pre sented to the Lord Mayor of Dublin, asking him to convoke a public meeting at the Man sion House during exhibition week . for the purpose of inaugurating a national fund for the relief of evicted tenants in Ireland, has been returned with many thousand signa tures, and will ba presented to the Lord May or by a delegation headed by Parnell immedi ately after the inauguration ceremonies. Kennedy's Champion Biscuits. rEPHYBS, Pilot, Graham, Oatmeal, Vanilla Cream, MA Coooanut. Sindernarten. Zool gical. Animals, Leaflet, Egg, Juotbo, Oswego, Columbia, Albert, all fresh and in stock at all times. anil I. $. Cooper, 378 State Street. Great Britain. The Krtlct Off at Last. Liondon, Aug. 13. The Thames rowing club has accepted the challenge of the Hills dale crew for a race over the Thames cham pionship course. The date is unfixed. wmx Resorts. Coiuy Grand Weekly Excursions to Island and Manhattan "Beach! Allowing 3M Hours at the Beach. ! w On and after WFDNESDAY, July 19, .fff'SrfttS"'" Steamer BOSEDALE will leave Brl.'geLoit on tbe arrival of 6:30 train from New Ha ven every Wednesday to Coney Island and Manhattan Beach, (connecting at Graenpoint with Manhattan Beach Uaiiroal,) leaving ridgeport at 7:30 a. m., ar rivii g at Ma hattan 3each at 12 m. Returning will leave Manhattan Beach at 3:45 p. m Fare for the Excursion from Bridgeport, $1. Chi dren, 60c. Meals served at all honrs Tickets are good for that day only. rThe Steamer EOSEDAuE on every Wed nesday till further notice will leave New Tors, foot of Market street, at 3:5) o'clook, Greenpoint at 4:10, and 91st street East hiver, at 4:' 0 p. m. JyM 8M I ntf BEAUTIFIES THE COMPLEXION. "V7Ti o-H-f-TCJ-- Pearly white seml-transpar- w Xlclli XL X&.ent and elastic fluid, having a remarkable affinity for the skin. The only article yet known to Chemistry that will penetrate the skin without injury, decolorize all spots, and effectual ly remove the various faults of the complexion. WTlJlit it dLO GS t Spot.' "racktoslTan Moth-patches, Black Worms, Impurities and dia coiorntions of every kind, either within or upon the skin. It renders the skin pure, clear, hcnlthf ul and brilliant, creating a complexion which is neither artificial nor temporary, hut at once beautiful and permanent in Its beauty. TT-A- vg-s --.(aiTnosWntffantfirtSunburn, Prick ' Xt 11 X t3Cy Heat, Chapped, Rough, or Chafed Skin. In fact its results upon all diseases of the skin are wonderful. M neverfaUe. USE AI.SO PEARL'S WHITE GLYCERINE SOAP. It maiCS the skin so Bort ana wnite. yif I PEARL'S WHITE roT GLYCERINE COeJjtf C4 . M Tlroili Wis for Saratoe. No Change of Cars or Baggage, Hoosac Tunnel Route. Special Train Daily for Saratoga. LEAVES New Haven at 10:!43 a. ni. and arrives at Saratoga at 4:40 p. m. Leave Saratoga at 10:30 a. m. and arrives at New Haveu at 4:55 p. m. Parlor Cars on this Train. on morning trains with Fresh. Salmon ! TTALIBUT, Sea Bass, Black ash, Fresh Mackerel, uteak uoansn, Eels, swcraoisii, iiaddocic, lob sters. Bluensh. Oysters and Clams. Prime Beef, Mutton, Fresh Fork, Lamb, Veal, Fowls and Spring Chickens. cnoice sugar cured Hmoked Hums, snouiaers, Breakfast Bacon, Smoked and Dried Beef, Fulton Market Smoked and Pickled Beef Tongues. Sweet Potatoes, Citron melons, Watermelons, Peach es, Tomatoes, Ureen Corn, Lima Beans. JUDSON BROTHERS' Packing and Provision Co. 505and507 State Street. anil EGYPT. Good connections change at North Adams. jylOtf EDWARD A. BAT. G. T. A. SAVIN West Haven, (Siracalioiu iy2T Very truly. Business College, 331 Chapel St. Thorough Commercial Trailing. Fall Term be gins Sept. 4th. Apply for circular. F. A. OABGILL. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. Voice, Piano, Flute. MI88 FANNY 0. HOWE resume Sept. 10 instruc tion in the art of singing ; also upon the piano. Singing at sight taught in olasses on moderate terms. Sesidonoe 102 Crown near Temple Bt. MB. CHARLES T. HOWS rouuifcB Instruction upon the flute, lua flrowri street. LASELL SEMINARY, Aaburndale. Mass Boston advantages with delightful suburban home. Special care of healths manners and morals of growing girls. Good board. Teaches cooking and light household arts. To secure plaoe apply early. Address jelo eod am O O. BBAGDON, Principal. Lumber! Lumber! fSHE wholesale markets have advanced the prices Jl of Lumber, but we fehll sell our stock put in before the advance at old prices. We have a large quantity of Spruce, Poithern Fine Lumber and Flooring, and all kinds of Lumber for buiidiDg cabinet and carriage work, all of which we will sell cheap for tbe next thirty dajs. We desire particularly to call ihe attention of those wiahiDg to buy intending to sell again, or lacge buil ders wishing job lots cheap. George Ailing & Son, No. 100 Water Street. BON' SI 442 State Street, IS the place to buy Fine Old Coffees, roasted freaji and ground to order. Choice Tea a specialty. Pure Spices by weight. A. E. Dawson, Agent. HOUSE, ROOK, Connecticut. E. FREEMAN, Proprietor. Open June 1 to October 1, 1882, . iOH the reception of summer iboarders and transient guests. The , 'ouse having "been thoroughly renovated and refurnished, will be kept as a first-class 'bouse. Horse car- pa-s the depot every fifteen minutes, to ana from new Haven aepot. je24toepl" ORE AT ATTRACTIONS A T It AILKO D GROV " , West Haven ehore. XTa Picnic parties will find it greatly to their ad vantage to visit Railroad Grove, Savin Rook, this sea son, as the Horee Railroad company have enlarged and renovated their grove and leaed it to Putnam & Hale, who have more than doubled their victualing capacity and are now ready to talk business at reason able rates. They propose to run their restaurant strict ly temperance. Sea iood ana Uirtumn's famous Ice 4 'ream a. specialty. Polite and experienced waiters in attendance. There has also been built in the Grove a large Pool Room for the accommodation of all who would indulge In a little innocent amusement at the eeasaore. je22 PUTNAM & HALE, Proprietors. Tne Railroafi Waiting Rooms, Arabl Still Entrenching Operations the Seat of War. Alexandria, Aug. 13. Arabi Pasha is re ported at Geneffieli on the Suez canal con centrating troopa and entrenching against the English advance from Suez. The residents of this city have formed a vigilance committee to protect European in terests, being discontented with the manner in which the English authorities are govern mg the city and the faot that thefts and out rages continue frequent. The English naval authorities seized the Egyptian mail steamer from Jeddah while entering the harbor at Suez. Constantinople, Aug. 13. The Anglo- Turkish military convention gives the Eng. lish commander in Egypt a veto on the move' ment of the Turkish contingent only when they are opposed to the unity of military operations, but no power to direct them. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Wisconsin. The Outlook for the Crops. Milwaukee, Aug. 13. The following is a summary of facts gathered in the Chamber of Commerce here to day, and from reports received from all quarters in regard to the condition of the crops : There has been great improvement in the weather during the past week, though the earlier part of it was unsettled and threaten ing, with occasional heavy showers, but the past few days have cleared the atmosphere considerably, though leaving the temperature considerably lower. Beturns are now gener ally in from the districts where the rains have been heaviest, and reports on damages are more definite. Michigan seems to have suf fered the most, and some estimate that as high as thirty per eent. of the wheat crop is valueless, which will bring the yield of mar ketable wheat there twenty per cent, below 1880 : but it is thought that the favorable weather will largely reduce these figures, though the quality of a large portion of the crop will be poor. Northern Ohio and Indi ana, and even Kentucky, where a large por tion of the crop has been left in the shuck, are left with a large amount of wheat injured and sprouted, which cannot be marketed for some time to come, and a good deal of winter wheat in this State is in the same condition. West of the Mississippi, with general' ly clear weather, harvest is progress lug under favorable condition, Iowa only making complaints of excessive moisture. Ihe cutting of spring wheat is now under way, the accounts so far are very flat tering, and another two days will see to bulk of the crop in the stack, present prices not offering inducement to thresh in the fields and push to market. The Eastern and Mid die States report crops well secured and in good condition, corn only seeming to suffer from lack of rain. Canada reports a large yield of winter whest, secured in good con dition, but in Manitoba the spring crops are said to be injured by drought and the yield will be light. The heavy decline in prices everywhere, together with unfavorable weather, has checked farmers' deliveries to a large extent, and the movement in the west is now down to last year s figures. A large increase in the movement is not looked for, as it will take some time to become aoous tomed to the new range of prices, and it looks as though the seaboard markets would have to bid up to get wheat to fill their heavy freight engagements, made a short time ago, in the expectatioB of a heavy crop of wheat. Ihe recent change to colder weather has caused some anxiety about the corn crop from fear of early frost. Iteceipts here are nnprecedentedly light and there have been days without a car of wheat arriving from the Northwest. Stock store is held by the July clique, who ask $1. 15 and upward, and millers are only buy ing what they are forced to keep up the lo cal trade. The stock here is supposed to be held for this month's delivery, but held back until the July arbitration in Chicago is set tied. Low grades have brought an advance of about ten cents per bushel on account of scarcity. The movement of all kinds of coarse grain is light. Corn had advanced from scarcity and fear that cold weather had injured the young crop. Oats have not com. menced to move yet and are at famine prices, Bye has been neglected very little demand and light arrivals. Barley has worked down gradually on fine weather and improved prospects. Canada seems ready to sell free ly as soon as the crop can be moved. The Big Time at Schnetzen Park. The German Independent Bifle company and six or eight visiting companies will has a grand time to-day and to morrow at Schuet zen Park. Nearly $200 worth of prizes will be awarded to successful marksmen. While eight targets will be open to all comers, there will be special ones for the use of ladies wish ing to try their skill. The festival will be continued on Tuesday, and on both days mu sic will be furnished by llosinus' band and orchestra. The admission to the park is on ly twenty-five cents. There will be a fine parade this morning. The New York compa nies come by boat this morning. The head quarters will be at Capt. Knoth's saloon on urrana street, mere will be severs bands of music in the line. Dur ing the two days of the picnic trains from the new depot to the park will leave at 11:15 a. m. and 2 p. m. on the first day, and 2 p. m. only on the second day. In the evening the train will return at half past o'ciock Dotn days. .Besides these accom modations stages will connect at Cedar Hill with the State street horse cars. The com mittee haying charge of the arrangements are: vviuiam unoth, captain ; John tiulow, first lieutenant ; Charles Klausbure.' second lieutenant : W. EnRelhardt, shootine master : F. Doerschuck, John Lauth, Charles Oerner. W. Scharf. Discharge of Conductor Wy man. On Saturday Vice President Beed held an investigation for the purpose of fixing the responsibility of the collision at Greenwich on Friday last. It resulted In the discharge of Conductor Wyman, who was in charge of the milk train, the rear of which was run into by the extra freight from Harlem river. Wy man's fault did not lie in his not sending back a man after he had detached the engine to go ahead and pick up the injured brake- man who had fallen from the preceding freight train down, but his delay in the exeoution of this precaution. From all the evidence gained from inquiry here ana at Greenwich it ap peared that Wyman did not dispatch a mes senger to the rear to signal any train that might be approaching until his own train had been at the depot some time, several minutes at least. The fate of Engineer Gates of the extra freight, who is the only employe except wyman to whom possible blame is attn uted, is in doubt. If tho time indicator at the Portchester depot showed that tt.e Bsilk train had passed ten minutes or more fa ad vance, he cannot be held accountable) for violating any of tho regulations. If the evi dence shows to the contrary he will be dis charged. The damage is said to be smaller than at first supposed and will not probably exceea $100. James Maloney, who fell off the down freight this side of Greenwich, and who is at the hospital, was reported last evening as improving. His mind is a little wandering. think it anything se- His but the doctors do not rious. of the 1 away Frank Hemingway, of North Haven, dealer in confecUonery, and Arthur Hemiug. way, clerk in tbe office of the New Haven Water company, have been rusticating at Coney Island and Bocka-yay Beach. James Eagney, clerk in Tuttlo & Co.'s drue store, returned on Saturday from his summer vacation. Mr. Lloyd Salisbury, one of the proprietors, started on his tour on Saturday. Mr. George Dimmock, the pop ular salesman, will remain in the store during Mr. S.'s absence. In spite of the warm weather the churches yesterday were fully attended. Tbe Bev. Mr. Loomis, a former pastor, ofhciatod at the East Peitrl street Methodist church. The Bev. Mr. Denslow, a former rector of the society, now preaching in Butland, Vermont, officiated at Grace church, Blatchley avenue. At tho Second church the pastor, Bev. Mr. Uovey, is away on a vacation, and the Bev. Mr. Uennison, of Middlebury, officiated in bis stead. WANTED, A LARGE Furnished Room with alcove for jS.'J bed, or bedroom attached ; private home, qul j&3.'lL et and well kept ; location central : advertiser refera to members ol the Ool'ee Faculty. Address aul'J'Jt" BOX 81B FostoffloeClly. WANTED TO HIRE, near the colleges Rooms to ac commodate an eating cl-iss of 11 f teen (15) stu- dents; atso a cooking stove. Address W. W. HA V KMX, anli 2t Marlon, Mats. LADIES rv O you want your cuffs and collars to look nice I W with that beautiful polish ? If you do, use Elastic Starch. This rttaroh is made expressly for laundry purposes. It a ill do the ironing easier, onicker. oheaner and better than any otner starch in the world. It requires no cooking. It keeps the Btaroh from Btickitig while ironing, and makes your linen as nice as when first bought new. Try one package and you will say that it is the beat you have ever ubcu. Elastic Starch Is for sale ly all Orocers. Choice Wall Papers ! Wall Papers. Wall Papers. THE NEWEST PATTERNS And liatest Styles at Lio west Prices Broadway 5 'wper store, No. 304 Kroadway, (Elm Street Side.) p26 B. JEFFflOTTE. Acquaint yourself with the merits of the fjftghmie Patent sntrt V- Aud you will have no other. Only to be had In this olty of T. 1. Merwin, Sole Agent for Hew Haven. OMce (at Residence), No. as College Street. aU orders receive prompt attention. Jy31 443 State Street, next door BEadlaon Honse. e80 to sntranoe Broadway Cash Store Lower Prices on Spring Lamb. Hindquarters Lamb 16c pound Forequarters " 14o " Leg of " 18o ' Lamb Chops 18c Lamb to tew 8 10c " Kounu Steak ltio ' ' leoderlolu Steak 20o Porterhouse Steak -iUs ' Best Kip Roast Beef 15c " Oorned Beef (plate) lOo ' Be-t trimu Lard 16c " Extra Nice Salt Pork Ho " hoioeat Ores jjery Butter 30o " Oood Butter vie " dprlng Chickens 26o " Groceries and Vegetables at wholesale prices. Please call early. Jy29 PAUL JENTE & BROS. anil SAVIN ROCK, f7AVE been refitted and enlarged, with a a two spa cious restaurant rooms provided and other ac commodations. Parties will be guaranteed just re ception on all occasions. my30 3m O. HOWES. JLIUUTIIOUSE POINT. to THE Grove House and Pavilion at Lighthouse Point will be opened on ior about the 10th of Juno for the aocommo Idation of the public The house fronts dl rectly on Long Island Sound, affords an ex cellent view of Lone Island Sound, and Rood bath ing. Excursion and picnic parties will find this a line place to visit, having a good grove and place for steamboats to land. Parties desiring the grove can make arrangements for It by applying by letter, or In person to tno lessee. GREAT CURE FOB RHEUMATISM AS It Is for all the TminfTll diRnnnnn nf the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It cleanses the svstem of tli noH-i nninnn tnat causes tho dreadful suffering which only mo victims of Rheumatism can realize. THOUSAHns ir niccs Of the WOrst forms Of thin b,iHln riinAAne have been quiokly relieved, and In short time PERFECTLY CURED. PRICK, 91. LIQUID Olt Dill, HOLD lit DRUGGISTS, - Drvcan bo sentbvmaiL WELLS, EICHATUDRON & Co. , Burlintrton Vt Doisey' I.ettei to Garfield The Fc runner of More to Come. Washington, Auk. 13. A letter from Dorsey to Garfield published here this morn. ing is the first of a series shortly to be made public. Bichard J. Hinton, editor of the Gazette, who was Dorsey's secretary during the campaign of 1880, kept oopies of a num ber of interesting letters which Dorsey is now willing be made known. This willing. ne s is recognized here as an indication of tho ex-Senator's complicity in the Star route frauds and is regarded as an at tempt to conciliate the administra tion. On the other hand tbe claim is made that Garfield showed all these letters to Wayne MoVeagh after he came into the Cabinet, and Dorsey now seeks to show that the Star route cases were cooked up for the purpose of giving McVeagh a chance to rush him. The letter Bee ma to be the only subject of conversation in this city to-day. The impression is that it is a poor (stroke of policy on the part of Dorsey to allow its cir culation at this time. The State department has received through the legation at St. Petersburg, Kussia, a copy of a circular issued by tne Itussian Ministry in relation to the expulsion of Isralites, in which the local authorities are directed not to exoel Israelites established prior to 1880 and residing there in virtue of regular per mission ; and, on the other hand, directing them to take measures to prevent new au thority being given to Israelites who have not the right of residence. my30 3m Geo. C. Weber, T3 CHAPRL STRKKT. Bargains in Books ! j pnblio that I have been ap- tiuven AKeni ior I desire to inform the pointed New The Useful Knowledge Publishing Co,, OF NIG W YORK. I am prepared to offer the new works of tbe stand ard authors at mazing! y low prices. Special attention is ca'Jed to Schiller's SO Years War, 40c. Green's History of English Peo T)le. S1.UO. Irviusr's Complete Works. $7 50. All elegantly bound arid ' rlDted on good paper. Sliakesneare, complete, Owe. ila ute, 75c. Catalogues gladly furnished on application. EDWARD DOWNKS, Jk., au5 309 Chapel Street, next Cutler's WILL CERTAINLY CURE Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asth ma, Whooping Cough, Croup, and every Affection of the Throat, Lungs and Chest, including Con sunjt ;va, gold by all Druggists. Electric Lights for Hell Qate. Washington, Aug. 13. General Duaue, tne officer in cnarge ot ngntnouse matters in New York, will be instructed in a few days to expend tho appropriation of $20,000 made by Congress to erect electric lights at Hell Gate. It is proposed to erect two skeleton iron towers from 150 to 200 feet high, one at Hal Iett's Point and one at Negro Head on Ward's Island, or such place as may be determined by the Lighthouse Board. The light shown from each tower will have a 20,000 candle power, and its full force can ba concentrated upon that part of the passage which is most daugerous or difficult to navigate without affecting the vision of the helmsman or sailors. The Crops In Other States. uhioago, Aug. ia. ine August crop re port, just issued from the office of the Secre tary of State, chronicles the facts af the sit. uation up to August 8. On May 1 the wheat crop promised, by returns then in, an aggro- gate of 32,000,000 bushels. From the August returns it appears that one-fourth of the wheat crop, or about 3,300,000 bushels, in tne soutnern two tiers oi counties, ana one half to two thirds of the crop, or about 8,- 000,000 bushels, in the third and fourth tiers making a total of over 11,000,000 bushels of wheat in the southern four tiers of coun ties is unsecured, all of whioh is badlv dam aged and much of which will probably be en-1 tirely wortnless. Uals, it is estimated, wu yield thirty-four and barley twenty six uushels per acre. Corn improved during juiy, out is yet seventeen per cent, ueiow its condition on August l or last year in meaaows ana pastures tne clover sown this year is in good condition. Apples prom lse sixty-two per cent., and peaches sixty- lour per cent, ot an average orop. Reports at the board of trade, in this city, are somewhat more encouraging. The weather now is bright and cool, with little danger of showers, and farmers are busily engaged opening their grain to the breeze and sun. Ail stacks and shocks of wheat in the outside of the bundles, and partly the bundles themselves, may be ruined ; but within, while more or less injured, it is proving to be not entirely lost, and with proper cure uiny yet no oetter than It was fearod it would do a few days since. Well informed persons state that the Clawson va riety has sustained very much more iniurv than red wheat. The former is a soft wheat and quick to absorb moisturo and become damaged, while the latter is a hard variety that can better withstand unfavorable weather. Investigation is proving that the Clawson variety is suffering severely, while the red variaty, although injured, is coming out in a niucn uetter condition. Corre spondents in localities that have suffered mout, and who have the largest amount of wheat out, express the hope that from fifty to seventy-five per cent, of the orop may yet be waved. NEW YORK, A Negro's Fiendish Crime. New Yoke, Aug. 13. George Sullivan, colorod, was arrested this evening for having attempted to outrage the five-year old daughter of Bridget Hardy, of Brooklyn. MARYLAND. Death of an Ei. Senator. Baltimore, Aug. 13. Ex-TJnited States (Senator George -Robertson Dennis is dead. The S "ucr sli lus In Collision. New York, . .. 13. A collision occurred in New York bay, near Bay Kidge, this after noon between tho steamer Sylvan Dell and the iron steamer Sirius. Both were crowded with passengers bound for Coney Island. The Sirius was uninjured, but the Sylvan Dell's woodwork was badly crushed and broken, causing a slight leak. A panic en sued, but no ono was injured. fair haven. The Iter. S. M. Hammond, pastor Bast Pearl Street Methodist church is on a short summer vacation. A petition to the Selectmen of New Haven asking them to order a sidewalk on the west side of South Quinnipiao street will be circulated this week for signers. The Rev. Mr. Sanf ord, rector of Grace church, Blatchley avenue, is summering in the country during his vacation. Dr. H. Ii. Parker, the druggist, and Charles W. Hemingway, the boot and shoe dealer, spent the Sabbath at Frink'B Hotel in Stony Creek. Mrs. George Bradley and her son Edward returned from their tour Saturday. Mr. B. is at the Adirondacks and will remain until the first of September on account of his health and by his doctor's advice. Mrs. Charles Pyke, of Waterbury, is visit ing over the Sabbath with her son-in-law, Mr. Frank B. Gunn, on North Quinnipiac street. Miss Jennie R. Foot, of Baltimore, Md., and Miss Minnie L. Bradley, of this place, are rusticating this week with friends in Stony Creek. Rev. Mr. Marks and lady, of North Guil ford, visited two days last week with Dr. Vibbert's people. The launch of the new steam oyster dredge boat at Capt. Wright's ship yard, which took place on Saturday, was a very successful one. The boat is a fine model and she looked very nicely as she lay floating on the river. Mrs. M. F. Bradley, of Brooklyn, L. I., who has been visiting at R. R. Bradley's on Prospect street for the past two weeks, left for Birmingham for a brief supplementary visit before she returns to her home. E. D. Bailey and C. E. Pike havo gone into the carriage painting business. Their headquarters are at Mr. Bailey's large barn on North Quinnipiac street. The yacht Happy Thought, with George Graves captain, C. M. Hughes and E. S. Day ton first and second officers, made an extra ordinary run on Friday afternoon on the trip from New Haven to New London. The time going was only five hoars and a half, which is considered pretty fast sailing. The officers and crew are all well. The beautiful little steamer Scotch Cap, owned by Barnes & Luddington, oyster pack ers, which haB been hauled up for repainting, is on the river again and looks as nice as ever. A calithump party with thoir melodiou8 medley of music went up North Quinnipiac street for serenading on Friday night, return ing just before 12 o'clook. Mr. Warren Smith, of Montreal, Province of Canada, where he is located in business, is visiting here and in Branford for a short time among his friends. Mrs. Jesse Ludington, of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. O. W. Hemingway left last week for the Litchfield hills, where they will so journ for a few weeks. The "trio" that are taking a tour to Sara toga, Lake George, the Adirondacks, Niag ara f ans and w at Kins uien write home giv ing glowing accounts of the splendid times they are having on their trip. Miss Suaie Munson, an estimable young lady aged sixteen years, living with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis F. Munson, on Houston street, died yesterday morning after a short illness of less than one week. The disease was brain fever, brought on by too close attention to her studies. An Ashestos Fire shield. From the Washington l'ost There was given last evening in the vacant lot corner of Seventeenth street and New York avenue, in the presence of several mem bers of the Fire Board and the police and fire departments, and a miscellaneous crowd of spectators, an exhibition test of an asbes tos fire shield. For this purpose a large cur tain composed of woven asbestos, and pre senting the appearance of common ducking. was suspended from two straight posts. On one side of and close to the curtain was a frame of wood with a glass window, and on the other side a big pile of kindling wood. The latter was set fire to, and the pile was a mass of flames in an instant. The heat was so great that the spectators were driven back a distance of fifty feet. The effect upon the asbestos curtain, which hung within ten inch es of the fire, and up against which the flames curled and the smoke puffed, was nothing Che curtain also acted as an effectual shield. besides being non inflammable. The wood en frame was not heated, nor did the window glass crack, although both were within six inches of the fire and separated from it only by the curtain. The finger could be placed upon the latter, and on that part against which the flames were beating from the op poaite side, and no injury result therefrom. Ihe experiment was considered highly satis factory. At the conclusion of the experi ment the curtain was found to be unchanged and uninjured in the slightest degree. Even the smoke did not adhere to it. The shield is a fabric of asbestos mill-board or sheathing covering fine wire, making one solid sheet, thus strengthening it to allow of its suspen- ion trom tne upper part ot a building and hang down over the front to the ground, to protect it from exposure to fire. It is regard ed in a very favorable light by the District fire department. Concord Evenings. From the Boston 1 mvellsr. To the sojourner in the classio town of Concord the evenings are an ever new pas toral, a New England idyl, which prefigure themselves a unique and picturesque memory in life. The genuine Concordian betakes bimself with his family to a boat on the riv er, every citizen seeping his boat as a matter of course. The river is the thoroughfare of the evening. It is the Bois de Bologne, the Central Park, the BeUevue avenue of Con cord. Here from their floating crafts neigh bors greet one another as they sail side bv side or pass and repass on the river. Over 70 boats belonging to families are kept be tween the old and the new stone bridge, a distance of less than two miles. There are few afternoons in which pionio parties, or an excursion made for guests, do not eniov a row up the river. The current is still as sluggish as when Hawthorne said of it that he swam across it every day for two weeks before he could tell which way the current ran. Ascending the Assabet from the point known as Egg Rock, one oomea to the very haunts of the Naiads qnd the Dryads, the spot made classic by Hawthorne's picturing in the ' 'Moses from an Old Manse." Here we find more of that "fairy gold," with which Prof. Harris says our poets have sown all this region. The river here is closed in on every side like a lake, and the perfect mir roring of the trees and foliage, every vine and twig and leaf reflected with startling dis tinctness, makes the spot one never to ba forgotten. The summer sessions of the school of phil osophy introduce another element of interest in Concord days. The sohool is by no means an exotic, but flourishes as if indigenous to the spot and strikes its roots in Concord soil as would be impossible in almost any other locality. Concord, guiltless of street cars, cabs, Herdics, etc, has two means of con veyance that serve the quiet demands of the village. The one public carriage is apparent ly devoted to occasions of state. It manages to be at the Lowell and Fitchburg stations at one and the same time when the trains arrive, as they have a habit of doing simultaneously. It carries everybody to all imaginable points at once, and does the impossible in accommo dating the resident and tbe stranger within the ates a dozen times a day. But the closed carriage, with its well kept white horses, is a more conventional affair, and you can see its prototype on every street corner in Boston. It is ' "the barge" which is worthy to be can- nomzed in a poetic eostasy, and which is as much a part of the soenery of Concord as is Concord river. The barge is what ren ders an evening picturesque in Concord. About half an hour before the time for the evening session of philosophy tbe barge starts on its rounds. Down the long, shaded street, where the over-arched elms meet above and through whose branches one catches the golden glory of the sunset, rat tles the barge with a sonorous ring that an nounces itself half a mile away. Wherever there is a possible passenger it stops. You mount; its imposing steps, and are off in tbe fresh breeze blowing from the river. You discover that you have forgotten your gloves or vour stylograph, and at once the accommo dating barge makes a cirouit and you run in for the needed articles. Neighbors exchange kindly words from their piazzas with others in the barge. From a hammock swinging a fair hand waves -its greeting. Pausing at Mr. Alcott's the driver learns that he has walked up to the postoffice, where he will meet the universal vehicle. From house to house the seats of the old barge are filled. Peripatetio philosophy is in vogue, and the philosopher waiBing uioue, wruppea ia tne mga serenity of his thought, or the social philosophers, walking together, are seen. At half past the hour for closing, the distant echoes of the barge up the valley are heard, and a mer ry party crowd the vehicle to overflowing, when the conversation is as lively as the driving, and one talks to his unintroduoed neighbor on topics other than divine philoso phy, it may be. One by one the company are left, each at his own vine and fig tree, the last echo of the barge dies away and moonlight and silence brood over Concord. WANTED, IN A LAWYER'S office, a young man 15 to 18 years old; mus be a goo 1 penman and come well reo- ommeudud. Address auUDt V. O HOX W3, Ne . Haven. WANTED, 4 SITUATION by a reRpectitble and experienced Kirl to do general housework In a private fami ly : cm give good references. Apply for two days at an 14 It" 1"MX WOU.S 1 EH STREET. WANTED, 81TUATION by a respectable girl to do general housework in a private family : is an experien ced washer and ironer ; good reference. Inquire at am it" 44'i WAHU1NU1U9 btkeet. WANTED A gentleman, wife and child desire a pleas W. aut Hoom, with gnod Itofird, in a riu'irablo lo JslijL cation, in city or Biirroundings. AddreHS for three day... with uarttenla'S and terms, which must be moderate, aul4 'H. H.," this office. WANTED. A SITUATION by a competent and respectable J: girl to do second work In a private family. Ap ply up stairs, at aU'4 It" ( UA.U11.TUM M-KEEI, WANTED, , , nk ok two laborers at store of 2 aul4 It EDW. MALLEY 4 CO. WANTED, SITUATION by a respectable girl to do general housework. Inaulrtt at aul2 2t 78 HALLOCK STltKET. WANTED, BY A gentleman and bis wife, a large front Room with board: location oentral: terms . roust be moderate. Address, giving full par ticulars and terms, aula lit" " M.," Hox liM, Ulty. WANTED, COMPETENT and experienced nurse for two J' young children. Apply bef jre lo a. m., at HU12 2t" 237 YOKK 8T11EST. WANTED HMO BUY, lot of Second-hand Furniture and Car X. pets. Highest cash price paid. Orderr by mall promptly attended to, at JaJ7 IK UHUKU11 MTKBKT. ESIl'liOYM KXT OFFICiK.y'' FOB MALES AND FEMALES. ELP of different nationalities ean be supplied to private families, boarding houses, hotels and restaurants. Tbe proprietor of this establish ment pays great attention in the choice of girls and women Dexc-re sending them to nit situations, calls from the country, at any distance, are promptly at tended to. Ma.'e help fur all kinds of work. MRS. T. MULLIGAN. ie2C tf 184V St. John street, near Artisan. H1 (Eniertaiirattitts. GRAND Shooting Festival ! OF THE Iiepeient German Rile Co., Capt. W. KNOTH, At Schuetzen Park, Monday and Tuesday, An sr. 14tb and 15th, 1882. PRIZES to the amount of S17S will be shot for. Thnre will be 8 targets, open to all comers. 9 Prize Targets, 2 Man Targets, 3 Bull's-Eye Targets, 1 Point Tsrget. There will also be Targets where La dies may test their skill. Mnslo by Koslnns' null Eand and Orchestra. Admission to the ParkGents 25c, Ladles free. Cars will leave corner Church and Chapel streets. on both days, every 10 mlnntes, and connect at Cedar Hill with stages. Extra oars will ran between 2 and 4 o'clook. Fare from Chapel street to the Park, 16o. anil 8t BOARD AND BOOMS. A FEW gentlemen ean be accommodated with first-class Board and pleasant Roomscwlth modern Improvements; locality second to none in the olty ; terms moderate. Apply at Jyau lm" no wuuaita i-laui. BOARD AND ROOMS. VERY desirable Hooms in suite or single for rent ; also first-class Table Board at reasonable prices ; Orst-clasa references given. Inquire at tf my4 -JUS ORANQK STREET. Splendid Business Chance t FOR SALE. IN A manufacturing village of 2,000 Inhabitants and fast growing, a small tnik of J -Qnnt Moots ana oaoee, ug owrsr splendidly located for-tr only one of the kind la th be open for 10 days, unless particulars, address an o Bt " a.," r. u. cox 44t, Birmingham, t-'t. TRICVCLiE FOR SALE. ABHAN saw Tricycle I Never been used. Will be sold cheap. Inquire at aul tr this un its. CONQUEROR OF ALL KIDNEY DISEASES. ' 'Little thanks are due to him who only- gives away what is of no use to himself." The thanks of invalids the world over are being showered on the inventor of Kidney Wort, for it is giving health to all. Kidney Wort moves the bowels regularly, eloanses the blood, and radioally cures kidney disease, gravel, piles, bilious headache and rains which are caused by disordered liver and kid neys. Thousands have been cured why should you not try it ? ault 6dlw Walnut Livaf Hslr Restorer. It is entirelv different from all others. It is as clear as water, and, as its name indl cates, is a nerfoot Vegetable Hair Restorer, It will immediately free the head from all dandruff, restore gray hair to its natural color, and produce a new growth where it has fallen off. It does not in any manner affect the health, which Sulphur, Sugar of Lead and Nitrate of Silver preparations have done. It will change lignt or faded hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy brown. Ask your druggist for it. Each bottle is warranted. Ghas. N. Crittenton, New York, and Geo. O. Goodwin fc Co., Bos ton, wholesale agents. s(i lytl.tw THE BEST KIDNEY and LIVER MEDICINE NKTEK KNOWN TO FAIL. CURES WHEN AIX OTHER MEDICINES FAII as It acts directly on the Kidneys, Ijtver and Bow ttls, restoring them svs ones to nsaiuiy aciiou. HUNT'S REMEDY; is a safe, sure and speeny enr,and hundreds have testified to having been cured by it. when physicians and friends have given tnem up to die. Do not delay, but try at onoe HUNT s kemkjji. HUNT'S HICAIISDV cures mil vtsonaes ei the Kidneys, Bladder, Urinary Urgasi, Dropsy, Urarfl, Diabetes, and- Inconti nence and Retention ot Urlise. ' J ' HUNT'S HR.MKUV cares rsia in 1st Side. Buck, or Loins, (leneral Dehlllty, remain Diseases, Disturbed Sleep, Loss or Appetite, Bright' Disease, and all Com plaints of tne iTinoUfsiaivrissi, HINT'S BKN EDY quickly induce the Liv er to healthy action, removing the causes that pro dues Bilious Headache, Dyspepsia, Soar Stomach, Costlveness, fit, vc. Ev the use of HUNT'S HKMKDV. th Stomach and Bowels ill speedily regain their strength, and best kidney th Klnod will be rjerfeotlv nurlfled. Ill . l" HKNKUt is pronounced Dy tne doctors to be the only cms for all kinds diseases. HUNT'S HIU1KUI IS FCBKI.Y "IQrtIBLS, ana Is a sure cure for Heart Disease and Rheumatism nhen all other medicine falls. HUNT'S RKMKDV Is prepared express ly for the above diseases, and ba never been known to fall. One trial will convince you. r or sale byall Orncii"ti. Send for Pamphlet to Pi-ices, cent and 1.H. )y81 eod I Havana Clears. Hj i. havo in stock an extra line of Imported Clg f srs, comprising all the popular brands. New THE NEW REM EOT ana 'resh goods at lowest rates. the box, ana to the trade. For sale at retail by . K. HAUL a SOU. HARD AND SOFT CMOS SAIiMON Price reduced. BLUE FISH, MACKEREL, SEA BASS, SPANISH MACKEREL., &c , &c, at A. Foote & Co.'s, HOPS MALT BITTERS. (Hot Fermented.) THI GREAT Liver & Kidney Remedy AND BLOOD PURIFIER. This new Remedy is compounded from the best known enrativea, such Hops, Malt Extract, Cascara Sagrada (Sacred Bark), Buchu, Dandelion and Sarsaparilla, combined with an agree able Aromatic Elixir. I Theaa Remedies act upon the Liver. 1 ney act upwu . . - j They Regulate the Bowel. They Quiet the Nervou System. They Promote Digestion. They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate. They give Tone, Health and Energy. HOPS AND MALT BITTERS are the ORIGINAL, and ONlY BIT TERS containing Malt Extract. Ask your Druggist lot them, and be aura that the label has on it th four words HOPS AND MALT BITTERS in larse red letters. rCTake no other.Ej At Wholesale and Retail by all dealers, JCOOBMSTBR MEDICINE CO., JBocheMvr, V.T. e23 333 State Street FOR SAL.E, VERY MUCH BELOW COST, A Large and Elegant Assortment of Marble and Enameled MANTELS, &c. At the Marble and Granite Works ot T. PHILLIPS & SON, 14-3 High Street, New llayen. Investitaent Securities. 30 shares N. Y., N. H. H'f d R. B. , non-Uimbl. ISO shares Danbury & Norwalk B. H., 60 shares Winchester Arms Co., B0 shares American Bank Note Co. N. H. Northampton B's and 8s. N. T. fc N. Eng. RR. 6's and T', h.ii int. nf Mechanics. County, Merchant . and Tale National Bank Stooks, N. H. Gaslight Co., K. V Central RR. and lake Shore RR. , . , W. X. HAtun n -... au8 Corner Chapel and Orange Street. STEREOSCOPES ! a. a. ohanra. Just received, tf Original View, a eent each, t nae aasorWoent t Je9 ly ao9 NQRTimOP'S. 4 SS State Street.