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August 15, 1882.
VOL. L. Serial Strtfos. ts. New Dark Ground Figured Cambrics, Calicoes and Satteens3 la 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 Case 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 price to clear out. Monson & Carpenter, aul2 944 and 246 Cbapel Street. I FOR THE SEASHORE Get your Outfits at HOWES 5 AND 10 CENT STORE, CHEAP. At the You can find a GREAT VARIETY of card and cabinet size "Velvet and Plush Photograph frames from 10 cents upwards. NO. 08 CHAPEL STAEET, NEW HAVEN, W. S. SAN FORD, Auotioneeb. f AUCTIOiVfi'v FOR BEAUTIFVINC THE COMPLEXION. j .Removes Tan. Freefeies, Pimples, Morphew. and all Dlemidhes of the cuticle. The most delicate and eleeant prepa-P Sold in New Haven Wholesale by Richardson & ration for the skin ever invented. Co.. retail by R. M. Sheridan, O-. Allinsr, Aft D BY AWL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS. PRICE, SO CENTS. For Drive Wells, Pumps, Lead and Iron Pipe and Fittings Gc to Munson, Rubber Host, Iron Sinks, Steam Packing of all kinds, Plumbers' Goods, Brass and Iron Steam Work of every description, Shafting & Pullejs, Machine Jobbing, Engine Repairs, Ac, Special attention given to STEAM HEATH G. jelTSm & Gilbert, 479 State street. Carpets. Axminster, Moquette, Body Brussels, Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets, in new and handsome styles for the Spring trade. Lace Curtains, Gilt and Black Walnut Pole Cornices, Window Shades, &c. Holds. Competent ting Carpets, Workmen for Fit Hanging Window Shades and Curtain Decorations. II. W. FOSTER, no. is orange: street. alOs SPECIAL. Millinery Sale ) Street, 13, J. ! 121 Orange Street, cor. Court. J Is desirous before moving to her large store 97 ratge street, Pal ladium Building, of disposing of her stock, which she is selling off regardless of cost. JLadies should not fail to avail he mselves of this opportunity of obtaining Stylish Hats, Rich Fea thers, Flowers, Ribbons, Traces, Velvets, &c., far below cost of im portation. ' ."' 1yi3 s OPENING OF THE Grand Union Hotel, 458,460 & 462 Chapel Street, Opposite Yale College. First-class accommodations. Je24 8m 0. H. TPTTLE. Manager. BUCKINGHAM HOTEL,, Fifth-Avenue and Fiftieth-Street, (Opposite Cathedral,) NEW-YORK. VVETHEHB K K St KUL.L. Kit. Proprietors. Strangers will here find excellent accommodations at reduced prices during the summer mouths. jV This aew and elegant house is very centrally located for the reception of iruests, either permanent or transient. It is charmingly situated, being a central point Amidst the most fashionable residences. hurches, &c, &c.; near the Grand Centra Depot, within three minutes' walk of the elevated roads and Madison-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 at reasonable charges. my27 W85m Proposals for Kip Rap Granite. UNIT&D 8TATBS KNOINSalt OFFICE.) ewpobt, B. I., July 31, 1882. f SEALED PROPOSALS in triplicate addressed to the undersigned will be received at this office until 12 o'clock m., Angi st 16th, 1882, for about 16,u00 ions 01 tup itap uranite in lots of 2 ou tons or more, for the Jetty ar the entrance to Nntuoket Harbor. Mass. For forms of bid . and other information, ap ply to inu omce. u. jl. wittKiiiN, ijt.-ooi. rjng'rs, Bvt.-MaJ.-Qen. U. S. A. au9 6t TAILOR 369 State Street, New Haven. PANTS TO ORDER from $4 to $10, SUITS TO ORDER from $f5 to $40 Samples and rules for Self-Measurement sent br mail on application. ' Branch stores In all principal cities. Jyl WILL sell Wednesday, August 16th. at 10:30 Kill a. m., (rain or shine,) two frame Dwellings JvUR Ncb 548 and 550 Chapel street, near Howe, to pe removed. Terms cash. au4 3t FOR RENT. A TENEMENT of five Booms on Orchard street Inquire at 80 Crown Street. an!2 OLOBON HALL. FARM FOB 8ALB. ON of the best Farms in this State; has be' ween 40 and C O acres, about 12 of which is woodland : t as an orchard of all srrafted fruit of the choicest kinds ; is situated about 6 miles fr.m New Haven, half a mile east of Centervi le. Inquire of or address MARVIN OL.M8TEAD, au8 Ira Centervllle, Ct. Desir New ML Honse, lis good location, with modern improve ments, for gale or rent. Houses and Lands for sale or rent. Livery Stable for sale, doing a business. GEO. A. ISBELL, Office Todd Block, corner State and Elm streets. Open evenings. Jylg FOR RENT, A HOTJE en Orchard street ; house has all mod, rn Improvements and has recently been put in first cls order both outside and in side; ihere is a large barn on the premises with all conveniences, ror tnrtner particulars can at MEBWIN'S SEAL ESTATE OFFICE, JylS 337 Chapel Street. TO RENT. A large building adapted for manufacturing purposes or htavy wholesale buslHess, on Grand street near and adioining 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, $10 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, jyl5 60 Church Street, Room 8. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HOUSES in all parts of the city worth from $1,500 to $50,000 each. Building lots for sale everywhere and prices to suit. FOR RENT, A STORTP on the corner of York Sauare and Broadway, with or without tenement adjoin ing. A number of honeos ana tenements lor rent. taMoney to loan in sums to suit. HORACE P. II O AD LEY, SEAL ESTATE RT V VCR, No. 2 Hoadley Building, opp.Fastoffice. CHICAGO REAL ESTATE. Loans placed promptly. Also buy. sell and manase pr- perty on commission, uorresponaenoe solicited. .References on application. F. C. VIERTjINGt, myl6 3m 110 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. FOR SALE, THE HOUrtE No. 157 Meadow street, contain ing all modern Improvements : house in first- class order, f resoo, painted walls, eta., eto.: 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. BOMJNENBEKU, Broker, my3 238 Chapel Street JB. H.JOHNSON, Real Estate and Loan Agent Offlce, 477 State Street. FOR SALE. A Nice House and Large Lot on Eld street at a Dargain. Good Cottage House on Dwlghtstreet atmuch than it is worth. A fine place in Fair Haven and several other places tor sale very low. Some good Shore Property In East Haven and Bran- fora. For Sale or Rent Farms. A very desirable Farm of 70 acres In South ington fill De soia low to close an estate. A list of good Farms in other desirable locations. Good rents in St. John and Greene streets. Fair Ka en, and other parts of the oity. wanted. $2,000 to $4,000 on good first mortgage as. parity magu EEAL ESTATE For Sale to Close an Estate. i The very desirable Building Lot fronting Woos ter sauare. on the corner of Academv street and Home Place. ALSO, A Building Lot on East Chapel street.opposite Han- ville's new block. Size of lot, 100x137 deep. A lot in the rear of the above, fronting on Salton- stall avenue, 48x137 feet deep. xne above property will be sola cneap. For particulars apply to The Summer Resort for all kinds of Photographs is Beers' National Gallery 24SS Chapel street. Being located right in the business center of this oity. among the nooular mercantile houses, a stone's threw from the starting point of the horse cars for the depot or elsewhere our rooms easy of access, cov ering the whole upi er floor, finely furnished, and open rroos front to rear, causing a reiresning circula tion of air continually, making our Gallery not only the most comfortable and pleasant in the city, but the moat popular, and, furthermore, much money la here saved to our patrons. Our tine ISnam elea Card Photos at only One and Two Dollars perdozen are fully equal to thoBe at three or four dollars at other Galleries. Cabinets, Panels and other at) les at equally low prices. visitors always welcome. Established 33 years. jy32 s 250 CHAPEL STREET. We offer for the summer trade : Olive Oils, Salad Dressing, Fancy French Groc eries, Jellies, and Table Delicacies of every descript ion. For Picnics, Yachting Parties and the Seashore, Sardines, Canned and Potted Meats, Fish and Game, Olives, Guava, Canned Soups, Condensed IBiik, Pick les, Canned Fruits, Canton Ginger, Cheese, Sauces and Relishes. Headquarters for Champagnes, Claret?, Sauternee, Wines and Bottled Goods of every description. CALIFORNIA CLARET, Our bottling. A sound and perfectly pure Table Wine. Offered at $3.80 for 1 dozen quart bottles. 4.80 " 2 " pint " WINES, TEAS and HAVANA CIGARS. ESTABLISHED 1842. lieeal Weather Record. FOB AWOtJST 14, 1882. 716 11:16 3:16 7:16 11:16 Barometer 30.07' 30.07 80.00 29.99 30.00 Thermemeter 60 76 79 75 72 Humidity 65 50 45 7 9 Wind HE 8 S 4 S.5 S.6 8.3 Weather Clear Fatr Fair Clear Clear Max. Max. temp., 80 ; mln. temp., 56 ; total rainfall, 0. FOR august 14, 1881. temp., 79 ; min. temp., 66. J. H. SHERMAN, Sergt. S. C. TJ. 8. A. Ton small to measure. Storm sisuals have reference only to approaching high wlnds.Approaching high northwesterly winds are Indicated by red and white flags combined. During August winds from the southwest to south east are those most likely to be fallowed by rain. MfiNLaV'X'UJttJb: AJUMAMAO. AUGUST 15. lews by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS . OfflRED HIS PARDON. The Sultan's Promise to Arabi Pasha. ITS ACCEPTANCE NOT PROBABLE. The Latter Strong Enough for Defiance. MILITARY OPERATIONS AT CAIRO. A- Stand To Be Made Tliere. EGYPT. flUH KtSBS, ODN BETH, 6.S9 0.59 I Moon Sets, 7:34 p. sm. HB WATBR. 12:01 a. m. BIRTHS. CHALMERS In Ansocia, August 11, a son to William ana Margaret unaimera. MARRIAGES. UP80N STEELE In this c'ty, Augnst 10th, by the Rev. S. A. Davis, Demont W. Cpson aud Miss Mary E. Steele, bo h of Soathington. NEWMAN In this oity, August 14th, Emma Frances. daughter of Thomas ana Margaret newman, agea 10 vears and 10 moaths. Notice of fan ml hereafter. CuOPEK In new Haven, John u. (Jooper, agea ai Thitfuneral will b attended Wednesday, Aug. 18th, at 3 p.m., from his la residence, o. 19 xiow street. Burial at convenience of family. Interment nt. v-lr Tf&VAn nnmaterv. EAVES In this city, August 14, Mrs. P. M. Graves, wife of John s. Graves. MARINE LIST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. jy24 Edward C. Beecher, 36 Chapel Street. Newspaper Files. Real Estate and Fire Insurance AGENCY, Mo. 63 Church Street. S50,000 TO LOAN on city property at 6 and 6 per oent. Houses and Lots for sale or rent in all TheAtwater Patent Newspa- ciorgcouection i per h ne. The Beat Article in Use. Waste Paper Baskets. A few extra fine quality, little soiled, at very low prices Legal Cap, Letter. Bill, Note Paper and Envelopes- Mubl'age, liquid Glue, superior quality, finest Scarlet and Black Wafers Sealum or Patent Adhe ive Sealing Paper, very useful for many purposes, Gum med Labels, Merchandise and Shipping Tags. Sealing Wax. Mouth or i ip Glue, Elastio Bands, Pounce, Red. Blue ant Black Pencils, PenoU Leads fitted. Silicate mates and erasable Tablets, Best Blotting Paper, etc., wwajro iu Btuvjt at, loweec prices at NO. 163 CHAPEL STREET Under the Elliott House, Opposite the Opera House. aul2 PECK SPEBKY. of rents. Savin Hock Seashore Property, Over 2,1100 front feet on Beach street in lots to suit. This is one of the most beautiful resorts in New England. Call and examine maps ana prices. fire insurance. Policies issued against loss by fire and lightning. iiUJMU uaiiAA, Agents, ABBIVED AUGUST 14. Sloop Handy, Johnson, Keyport, New Jersey, wa termelons to order. Sch Ney, Butts, nails to F 8 Bradley s uo. Boh isoia castlne, snltll, Bangor, lumoer iu uuw Jc Mansfield. Bch Clara M Franklin, Beckwlth, Newport, to haul out. Sch Onward, Lowell, Bangor, lumber urn r .Dun bar Co. i-ch m MoGee, Plersalt, pig iron to order. Sch Niagara, Brook, pig iron. Str F B Thurber, Smith, coal to N E Transporta tion Co. SAILED. Bch fm 8 Mount, Crovoat, for New York. Boh John Brooks Fox, for New York. Boh Minnie Griffin, Stocking, for New York. Sch Ney, Butts, for New Yurk. Bch Niagara, Brouk, for New Jersey. 8tr F B Thurber, Smith, for e York, light. delO Office open evenings. FOR 8ALE. A VERY fine Horse, Village Cart and Har ness. Apply at stable rear or 251 OKA1NU15 B1.1UWA'. aUlS 2t Arabi Promised His Pardi a-On Condi tion of Submitting to the Turks Prob able Rejection of ths Offer The Insur gent Chieftain Too Strong Cairo Being fortified for a Decisive Stand. Constantinople, Aug. 14 Osman, the ruler of the Borum.a State in Soudan, has sent a epecial emissary to Constantinople with a declaration that he refuses any longer to rec ognize the Sultan an the caliph, because of his proposal to &end troops to fight against Mohammedans under Arabi. This declara tion of Osman, it is admitted, has caused a great deal of anxiety to the Forte. The em issary bearing the message has been here three days, but the object of his mission was only made known at the court of the palace this morning. The emissary will return to Cheriva, the capital of Bornu, with secret in structions from the Forte. Osman's action is the first announced from all those States through which a holy war has been preached both by emissaries from Arabi and by follow ers of El Mehdi, and it is believed that it will be followed by similar action on the part of the warriors of nearly all the other States along the Kile. It is understood there that reports sent out by Arabi are implicitly be lieved by the Mohammedans along the entire Nile region, while those from the Forte are distrusted as eitner .English inventions or as in English interests. The Mussulman jurists, whom the Sultan frequently consult, explain that Arabi Pasha in so far as he disobeyed the caliph is a rebel, and may be unceremoniously treated as such; out in so rar as be has been a defender of Mohammedans against the aggressive designs of Christians, be has merely fulfilled the duties of a good Mussulman, and consequent ly the caliph cannot make common cause with England. 'Ihe bultan may punish Arabi Pasha if some act of rebellion is proved against him. out ne most not associate with those who wish to crush Arabi Pasha as the defender of Islam. A correspondent savs this will Great ly influence the Turkish military action. ine ouitan in an interview condemns Brit ish interference in Egypt, and says that the bombardment of Alexandria was most cruel and unjust. The Khedive states that Arabi has offered no terms of surrender and that the Circassian officers will form the nucleus of a new Egyptian army. Eeouf Pasha, an emissary or Arabi, stated that Arabi would fight to the last and was backed by the whole nation. Alexandbia, Aub. 14. Fires of consider able magnitude were visible to-day in the rear of the enemy's position at Kingosman. Arabi jfasha has been semi-omciallv in formed by the Sultan that he will grant him free pardon if he renders immediate Bubmis sion to the Turkish commissioners. It is thought that Arabi feels himself too strong to accept this proffer. All the able bodied men in Cairo have been compelled to work on the earthwork fortifications which Arabi is constructing for the defenoe of the city. Arabi and his colleagues have decided to make a final stand at Cairo. The steamer Holland. witM the Household Cavalry and the troopship Orontes, with the Cameron Highlanders and a battalion of the Derbyshire regiment, have arrived here. ijiBHALTAB, Aug. 14. Two more trans ports, the names of which could not be as certained, passed here dnrinsr the nioht The remainder of the Derbyshire reciment is now embarking on the transport Verona. aiALTA, Aug. l. The aired transports novum, jcgypuan monarch, Viking, Mara thon and Capella, with troops for Egypt, have arrived here. London, Auk. 14. It is asserted that half of the marines now stationed in Ireland will proceed to gypt as soon as possible. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Kansas. An Unprecedented Yield of Corn. Topika, Aug. 14. The corn crop, accord ing to the statement of the secretary of the State board of agriculture, continues in fa vorable condition. The yield of 1882 will, in all probability, reach 200,000,000 bushels, and bring at least $G0,000,000. The Kansas oat crop is the heaviest ever known, and is all safe. Fifty to sixty bushels to the acre is not an uncommon yield, the average produc tion being forty bushels to the acre. As not a single adverse report has been received, the acreage is placed at 523,000, an increase over 1881 of fifty four per cent. The crop, it is estimated, will amount to 21,000,000. Beports of a most flattering nature re garding wheat are still coming in. The threshing shows that counties whioh were estimated to yield eighteen to twenty bushels are turning out twenty-five to thirty bushels. JL.ively Objection to a Singer. New Yobk, Aug. 14. A serious affray oc curred at Bath, L. I. , Friday night, resulting in the dangerous stabbing of Mr. Chute, a lawyer of this city, and Mr. Heinan, basso at Dr. Armitage's church, by two men known as the Morris brothers, who objected to the lat -ter's practicing in a boarding house. The assailants escaped. Indiana. The Murder of the Wieber Family. Evansvilm, Aug. 14. It is ' believwd the triple murder of the Wieber family was com mitted by Lenhart, their landlord, who made threats against them. Four men suspected of complicity in the crime are now in jail. Iowa. A Suicidal Wave. Des Moines, Aug. 14. Anne Peterson, a young Swedish girl, took a fatal dose of poi son this morning. The cause was seduction. A suicidal epidemic prevails here, this being the sixth case, all women, since last Monday. A married "Woman's Unpleasant Disco-very. Des Moines, Aug. 14. J. Smith, a well known farmer of Adair county, the owner of six hundred acres of land, has been living for fifteen years with a wife whom he married here and has several children. Seventy days ago a woman arrived from Ireland and showed oonclusive proofs of having married Smith thirty years ago. The Iowa woman has sued for divorce and alimony. -NEW JERSEY. WE MAKE VARNISH For Cars, For Carriages. . For Furniture, For House Painters, &c. And sell at Manufacturers' Prices. BOOTH & LAW, Varnish Manufacturers Paint Dealers, Cor. Water and Olive Streets, &Ti4 Wmw Havon. ronn. Ijflarb aafo glooms. BOARD AND ROOMS. A FEW aentlemen can be aooommodatea with tlrst-olass Board and pleasant Booms, with .modern Improvements; locality second to none in the city ; terms moderate. Apply at Jy201m tf5 WOOSTER PLACE. BOARD AND ROOMS. VERY desirable dooms in suite or single for rent; also first-class Table Board at reasonable prices ; first-class references given. Inquire at my tf ' ws OKAuis i Kr.nr. Lots and Houses For Sale. A number of urgt-clas Houses for sale, located central ; can be bonsht at a bar gain. 4 or 3 small Hoos, near Winches ter's Arms factory. A number of Lots in different lo calities can be sold cheap. A firood Briclc Hon Re lu rooms, ranee, fur nace, bathroom, etc., a little distance from the colle ges, with or without furniture, will he rented on terms to inalte it an otvfpct : rent modber- ato to responsible parties ; possession at once. Money to loan on real estate. 49 Ohuroh Street, Room 6 Hoadley Building. Offlce open evenings from 7 to 8. an! Tj. F. OOMSTOQg. jirararttr Resorts. FOUND, k, IN THIS CITX, Augnst 9th, a BIBD uua, AfV which the owner can have by proving proper. ty and paying expenses. Address aula ot Al.," ibiB umuo. BOOKS PEN ED. closed, inveetieated. written up aad w balanced. Complicated accounts ad i us ted. Spe cial books prepared fur any kind of business by an expert of fifteen years ex. erience. an 10 it " .flAJUUfcJJt k&ax," r. j. .pox ozo.yicy. FOR RENT, 5 ROOMS in Heller's Block No. 533 State st. : water, water olo et. nas and other convenien ces. Also the House Mo. 48 AsDm"n street, containing; 8 rooms, barn with 4 stalls, and convenl ent shed lor carriages. The honse couia De rentda to two families. Inquire of JAvKJB tt.KLA.KK, Hoom 1 Yale Bank Building, aulS Cor State and chapel fets. 'I'ilJB Creat LIQUID FOR BLOOD, BRAIN AND NERVES. t'7 A R LI f K M TOT TM ll'l'H.l'l'l V K TWEmT enra, rich rcf phosphates and not A CHEAP, ALCOHOUO DSXSX..JB Highly recommended by Chemists and Physioians as A POSITIVE TONIC, ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE AND RELIABLE, as it does not stimulate the brain or irritate the system and leave deleterious effects. On the contrary, It furnishes just that whioh is necessary to the brain, strengthens and iruieta the nerves, purifies the heart's Mood, and thereby makes only the best Hear . box and muscle, tyit works wonde. jurins; KERTOTJ8 and GENERAL DEBttlTYT Produces a healthy action of the Li ver and Kidneys, fortifying the system against the miaamatio influences, and will be found in valuable in all pulmonary and bronchial dtfit onltjes. DEUCATB PEMAXiES, jnTBSSXta MOTHERS and WEAKXiY CHHJDILEN can find JO remedy equal to this hea1 tuft 1 blood ana nerve rood tome, tarfor sale ry al Drug gists. 81.00 per bottle. Prepared oulf by WflZlT BITTERS CO., Office IS Park Place, New York City. Tlirouali Trains ftr Saratoga. No Changs of Ca rs or Baggago, Iloosac Tunnel Route. Special Train Daily for Saratoga. LEAVES New Eaven at 10:93 a. m. and arrives at Saratoga at 1:10 p. m. Leave Baratoea at X0i30 a. m. and arrives at New Eaven at 1:55 p. m. Parlor Cars on tbis Train. on morning trains with tsr- Good connections change at North Adams, JylO tf EDWARD A. RAT, G. T. A. SAVIN West 81 five ii, a. Jyar Very truly. Business College,! 331 Chapel St. Thorough Commercial Trail. iDg. Fall Term be gins Sept. 1th. Apply for circular. F. A. CABGILL. LADIES MUSICAL, IiYSTRTJCTIOl. Voice, Piano, Flat. MI83 FANNY O. HOWE resume Sept. 10 instruc tion In the art of singing ; also npon the piano, ng at sight ta tight in olasses on moderate terms. Residence 103 drown near Temple St. MB, 0HABLE8 T. HOWE resumes Instruction npon the flute. 103 Grown street. LASELL SEMINARY, Boston advantage with delightful suburban home. Special care of healths manners and morals of growing girls. Good board. Teaches cooking and light household arts. To secure place apply early. Address jelO eod 2m 0.0. BRAGDON, Principal. Choice Wall Papers ! Wall Papers. Wall Papers. THE NEWEST PATTERNS And Latest Styles at Lowest Prices .Broadway Paper Store, No. 304 Broadway, (Kim Street Side.) p86 tf ft. JEFFOOTTE. Acquaint yourself with the merits of the " tSighmie Patent whirl !" And yon will have no other. , Only to be had in this city of . . T. P. Merwln, - Sol Agent for New Haven. OiDce (at Residence), Mo. 38 College Street. Mali orders receive prompt attention. Jy31 - :., V DO you want your cuffs and collars to look nice with that beautiful polish ? If you do, use raastic oiaron. This --narob. is made expressly for Laundry purposes. It a ill do the ironing easier, ouicker, cheaper and bettor than any other starch in the world. It requires no cooking. It keeps the staroh from stichii.g while ironing. a,.d makes your linen as nice as when first bought new. Try one package and you will say that it is the best you have ever usea. Elastic Starch Is for sale by all Grocers. sn HOUSE. ROOK, Connecticut. E. FREEMAN, Proprietor. Open June 1 to October 1, 1882, tun tne reception or summer ftboardera and transient guests. The 1 ouse having been thoroughly renovated land refurnished, will be kept as a first-class house. Horse car-, na-s the denot everv fifteen minntas. tn ana from Pew riaven depot. je24tosepl GKEAT ATTRACTIONS A T RAILROAD GROV". West Haven shore. J- JPionio parties will find it ereatlv to their ad vantage to visit Railroad Grove, Savin Hook, this sea son, as the Horse Railroad company have enlarged auu renovateo. taeir grove ana ieaea 1. to rntnam a ; Hale, who have more than doubled their victualing capacity auu are now reaay to taisj ousineas at reason able rates. They propose to run their restaurant strlct- ly temperance. Hea Food and HiHman's famous Ice 'ream a specialty. Polite and experienced waiters in attendance- ThAre has also been built in the Grove a large Pool Room for the accommodation of all who would indulge in a little lnnooent amusement at the seashore. Jo22 PUTNAM k HAXE, Proprietors. OThn DniiTinnri Iirnifinnr Tlnnmn mo nmiiuau .railing, hub, SAVIN BOCK, l jais oeen renttea ana enlarged, with two spa- a gwiw restaurant rooms proviaea ana other ao- I commodations. t arties will be guaranteed just re- cttljciuii uu ail occasions. my30 3m O. HOWES. LltfiiTIIOUSE POIIiT. THE Grove House and Pavilion at Liigntiiouse Point will be opened on lor about the 10th of June for the aooommo- saation of the public. The house fronts dl. "reotly on Long Island 8ound. affords an at. 1 cellent view of Long Island Sound, and good bath ing. Excursion and picnlo parties will and this a nne piace to visit, uaving a good grove and place for steamboats to land. Parties desirlns the urova can make arrangements for It by applying by letter, or in jJeo. C Weber, my 3fl 3m 7.i CIUPKI, STRKET, FOR CHARTER. For flshine or sail'ns parties, sch Ovetts, IHervey master. 137 tons, nuw lying at Fair Ha ven ; newly painted and overhauled ; will charter by day, vnk or month. For inforaoatinn apply at store of i. l. HMtrn, ontn iront stre t, r air tiaven, Jt or ef Captain on board of vessel, or by mail to au!5 Ct Fair Haven, Conn I TOLD YOU SO ! COAL has already advanced iu price as I anticipa ted, and I would advice all to lay in a supply now, as th.re will be another raise at the mines soon. I sell only the t hulcst Ljehtgh ValJny Coal, and always 25o a ton below the combination price, weight ana quality guara teea. Immense Sale of Butter. A large shipment of Choice Creamery natter now iu store and to ba retailed at 4 1-4: lbs. for Sl Good Table Butter, 20o lb. Floar by the carload, direct from the mills, ana xer sale at i a barrel below the retail prioe. George W. H. Hughes, Independent Coal Dealer, aul5 34 Ctrarch Street. Bee Tenderloins FRESH EVERY DAY. We have constantly on band fine assortment of Broilers, Fowls, Sweet Breads, Calves' Livers Lamb, veal, and all varieties of Meats. Also a fine stock of Mel ons, Peaches, Bananas, Apples Cantelopes, Lemons, &c Call and examine our stock. Prices as low as any in town. Frisbic & Hart, 350 AND 352 STATE ST SsEaSlJBBI BABTIIOLOME W'S Intelligence Offlce. I AM having a great number of cooks, housework girls, wa'tresses. second sirls for hotnl and nrl- I vate families. Great attention paid to out-of-town situations. Apply at Library Rooms, aula 75 ORANGE STREET. nHs.iaiw.i, Broadway Gash Store Bargains in Books! I desire to Inform the publio that I have been ap pointed We w Haven Agent for The Useful Knowledge Publishing Co., 16c pound lie Lower Prioes on Spring Lamb. Hindquarters Lamb Forequarters " Leg of 18o " Lamb Chops 18o ' Lamb to -tew 8 lOo " Rounu Steak i6o " TeDderloia Steak 20o " Porterhouse Stak.. 22e Bet Kip Roast Beef 50 " Corned Beef (plate) 10c ' Bet Prime Lard 15C " Extra Nice Salt Pork 14o " Dhoicest Croaaiery Butter 3uo ' Good Butter 220 " Spring Chickens 25o Groceries and Vegetables at wholesale prices. Please call early. 1728 PAUL JENTE & BROS, OF NEW YORK. I am prepared to offer the new works of the stand ard authors at raazincly low prices. Special attention is called to Schiller's SO Years War, 40c. Oreen's History of English Peo ple, $1.00. Irvine's Complete Works $7 50. All elegantly bound and Tinted on good paper. Shakesneare, complete, OOc Dante, 75c. Catalogues gladly furnished on application. EDWARD DOWNE8, Jr., n5 309 Chapel Street, next Cutler's. HE GREAT CURE -RHEUMATISM As it la for all the painful diseases of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It OleaxLflea tha vrrHtvm nf fha sAwl " causes tne dreadful uuffbrinff which! vv w TiOTuna or uneumausm can realize, TMraKlfiAMntt ne rAoro of the worst forma of this terrible dise&nel Have been quiokly relieved, and in short time PERFECTLY CURED. -THCE, $1. LIQUID OR DRY, SOLD BY DRUUG1STS. 44 I)rv rain hn gent Kir mail uuo, xu-ujiA ituaun c co. . Burlirtfirton Vfr James F. Beebe, Builder and Jobber, No. lO Temple Street. JOBBING A SPECIALTY. t Satlsfacl.. work guaranteed. au2 8m Hearings Before tne Tariff Commission. Long Branch, Aug. 14. The tariff com mission gave a bearing this morning to three representatives of the manufacturers of pocket cutlery, who desired a change in the existing tariff from fifty per cent, ad valorem to a specific duty of fifty cents per dozen blades, instruments or erasers, and an ad val oretn duty of thirty per cent. Also to Mr. Frederick VV. Hawley, of New York, a student of economics, in the interest, as he said, of the community. At the afternoon session communications were read from the Ashland Emory company of Perth Amboy asking for the removal of the duty on crude emory stone or ore, and the return of duty on the manufactured Arti cle collected as originally intended by law. D. Dixwell, of Boston, spoke on the ques tion of a change from foreign to home valu aton. Dr. Jeffreys, of Boston, urged that presentation copies of foreign scientific works be admitted free, and u. a. Wallace, of New. castle. Pa , stated that large deposits of car bonate soda exist is Wyoming Territory, and opposed the proposed drawback on soda ash Air K. v. Morris, resident consul at Liberia, made a statement in regard to the importa tion of palm oil in American bottles. The oil comes in free and the battles are charged thirty per cent., notwithstanding they are manufactured in this country, one of the anomalies of the present tariff which caused considerable discussion. A long executive session followed and the commission then ad journed until to-morrow. Tile Star Route Trials Carpenter's Arsfn. meniiortne Uefense Otber Blatters of Interest. Washington, Aug. 14. For the first time since the beginning of the closing arguments . , j a . . . tua ueienaanis in tne fctar route cases were present in court to day, Gen. Brady being the only absentee. Mr. Carpenter, counsel for J. W. and 8. "W. Dorsey. began his ad- areas 10 me jury, ne appealed to tne jury to pay no attention to the expressions of public opinion in the ease. He then passed on to oritieise the action of the law officer of tne government in abdicating his position and duty in order to make way for his learned friends, the special counsel in this case (pointing to Messrs. Ker and Merrick, the latter of whom had just entered the court room.) This, so far as he knew, was without an example or preoedent. He had never known any other Distriot attorney to auuicaie nis position to any man. Tne case was further remarkable in this, that the Attorney General, contrary to precedent, had himself been before the court and was to argue this case to the jury. There was no example for this so far as he knew, and there ought to be no example for it The remarks made by the Attorney General at the opening of the case had struok him like a thunder clap from a clear sky. Mr. Carpen ter proceeded m this strain for some time, and assailed the Attorney General sharply for his action in the case. On February 11. 1881, continued Mr. Carpenter, there was an extraordinary conversation of celebrated men at Delmonioo's at New York. Mr. Merrick objected to this line of argument as irrelevant to tne case, ana was sustained Dy tne judge, who denied Mr. Carpenter's claim that this meeting constituted a part of the country's history. Mr. Carpenter then took ni Mr. Ker's argument for the prosecution and showed what he alleged to be its weakness. and continued to present arguments to show tne innocence of bis clients. The national board of health will meet to morrow to protest agtunst the yellow fever appropriation being given to the marine hos pital service. Mr. Joseph P. O. Hains has been detailed to take charge of the work of reclaiming the irocomac nats unaer tne late appropriation. THE WEST. Illinois. The Market Reports from Chicago. Chicago, Aug. 14. Wheat on the spot was firm, and there was a fair demand. Options were dull and weak. The feeling was gen. rally bearish, although shipments largely exceed the receipts and advisers say that the farmers are not inclined to sell freely at present prices. Corn was irregular. The warm weather and improved crop reports caused a weak feeling at tne opening and prices declined one oent. When the moder ate character of the receipts and the largo shipments beoame Known tne demand from the shorts caused a small advance, but the trading is languid. Oats were unsettled and lower. Pork was irregular, and declined twenty cents, but the loss was recovered, Lard was dull and weak and the shipments large, but speculation for the present was small. Short ribs were quiet and but few were offered. The receipts of hogs were twelve thousand and the prioes were steady. Death of Jesse Hoy t. New Yobk, Aug. 14. In the death of Jesse Hoyt to-day, New York has lost one of its most prominent business men, who for years had been identified with the grain in terests of the country and ranked as one of the most successful merchants of this city. Mr. Hoyt was sixty-eight years of age. ne was born in New York and began his busi ness life as a clerk in the house of C. and L. Dennison & Co. Mr. Jesse Hoyt took a deep interest in all matters affecting the grain trade with which he had been identified al most from the time that it began to be of consequence in this city. Its rapid anl enor mous growth was due in no inconsiderable degree to his energy and foresight. He ear ly appreciated the growing importance of the western States, and took a great interest in their development and was instrumental in building up the city of East Saginaw, Mich igan. In connection with his Michigan property, Mr. Hoyt became largely interest. d in the building of the Flint and Pere mar. quette railroad, which was completed to Ludington on Lake Michigan opposite Milwaukee, making a direct line from Toledo to Lake Michigan, and by connections up through the forthwest. He was president of this railroad at the time of his death, lie also became connected with the development of other larger railroad interests in the West. with others he built the first east and west railroad in the State of Minnesota, the Union and St. Peter railroad, and afterward sold it to the Chicago and Northwestern. He was also instrumental in the construction of the Milwaukee and Northern railroad and the Wisconsin, Michigan, Ontanosron and Itule river railroad, running from Milwaukee up Lake Superior through the vast iron, copper and timber regions in which he had extensive interests. At the time of his death he was a director of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, with which he became connected on its reor ganization. Mr. Hoyt built the first railroad grain elevator in Milwaukee and some years ago became interested in elevators in Chica go in connection with the systems of the Chicago and St. Paul and Northwestern rail roads. Two years ago he erected the great Erie grain elevator in Jersey City. Mr. Hoyt was an active director of the Merchants Ex change National bank, of the Home Insur ance and Commercial Insurance companies. At one time he was director of the New York elevated railroad. He declined to act in such capacity in many other corporations upon the ground that he did not have time to give personal attention to the duties of his position. Fever at Kpidenitc In a Hotel Typhoid a Summer Resort. Seabbight, Aug. 14. Mary McGlya, a do mestic at the Hotel Bellevue, has been taken down with typhoid fever. She had been at tending W. A. -Andrews, a son in law of Cyrus W. Field, who with Mrs. Albert Levy is at the point of death with the malady. By order of Dr. George Bright, the township physician and the president of the board of health, the hotel was closed this morning. There were forty guests besides the friends and attendants of the sufferers, who desired to remain saying they had no fear of the fever. Mr. Corey, the proprietor, had or dered them to leave by the advice of his counsel Hon. Charles Trafford, who main tained that under the circumstances he should close the house. Many of the guests refused to leave, when the publio prosecutor, Mr John Lanning, ordered that unless they did he would immediately place the hotel under a strict quarantine. This had the desired effect. To night watchmen are on guard at all the approaches and none are admitted to the house except physicians and attendants. An examination of the hotel to-day by the board of health resulted in a decision that the drainage arrangements of the house were perfeet. Mr. Corey said the fever was brought to the hotel by Mrs. Levy. NEW TURK. General McCook Taken to Task. New Yobk, Aug. 14. The Republicans Of the Eighth Congressional district of New York have taken General Anson G. McCook in hand and are beginning to discipline him for his action in connection with the passing of the river and harbor appropriation bill over the President's veto. The Thirteenth Assembly district Republican association to night adopted a series of resolutions strongly ondemning General McCook and charging that he desired to shirk the responsibility of his official position by conveniently absent ing himself when the vote on passing the bill over the veto was taken and thus "allowing the infamous measure to become a law with out protesting against it." By this course it was declared McCook had proven recreant in the performance of his duties and is no long er entitled to the confidence aad support of his constituents. Stocks on New York Exchange. New Yobk, Aug. 14. The week opened with a strong tone to the sharp speculation and there was a sharp advanoe in some of the northwestern properties, whioh had a favor able effect upon the list generally. This up ward movement was Iedjjby Northwest, 'the preferred rising 7 per cent, from the closing price on Saturday, to iv'. ana tne common 4 percent, to its 12. The quotations are the highest yet made for the preferred and within 1 per cent, of the highest for the com mon. St. Paul, Minnesota and Manitoba was in point of advance, suddenly rising 5 per cent., to Hd. Milwaukee and St. 1'aul sympatbiz ed with this improvement and sold up to 124 7 8. The remarkable strength of the stocks named attracted much attention and was the cause of no little oomment. The coal roads were quite prominent and nearly all.improved,but Lackawanna was the feature. advancing 1 1-8 per cent, to 144 3-8. Dela ware and Hudson and Jersey Central followed with a rise of lal 1-8 per cent. In the Trunk line shares Lake Shore and Michigan Central were notably sarong, the former rising 1 per cent., to lib !, ana the latter 1 1-4 per cent., to ill. iNew lorK uentral also ad vanced, but the advance was less marked. The rise in the Vanderbilt shares was due to orders to buy and bull prices from Saratoga. The Southwestern shares were all firmer and i to per cent, higher than the closing quo tations of Saturday. The great advance in the Northwestern roads undoubtedly started the market on the upward turn to day and led to a more bullish feeling gen erally, which was particularly notice able among the Vanderbilt following. After midday Northwestern preferred reached 1 per cent., and the remainder of the list -Ja per cent. The feature of the market at the close was St. Paul and Omaha, which advanced on large transactions to 44 for the common to 5 if for the preferred. The remainder of the list was steady at frac tional reaction from the highest point. The rise in Omaha was stimulated by the report that the road was to be leased to or amalga. mated with the Chicago and Northwestern, Some of the specialties were higher. Eich mond and Wet Point terminal rose to 6G and Ohio Central to 18J. Richmond and Danville recovered to 121, St. Paul, Minnesota and Manitoba rose to 1454, reacted to 143 and ral lied to 144. All agree that higher prices will be seen in the future, but there is quite a general disposition to look for some decline before any considerable advance begins. Operators who are talking prices down are known to be absorbing stock, ana when this is tne case there is always a jealousy lest one should get enough below another to enable him to sell out with undue advantage. It has been generally con sidered a keen market. Saratoga advices are that Mr. Keene has united with the Vender bilt party in a bull movement. Mr. Vender. bilt is quoted as promising a considerable rise in Lake Shore this week, which looks as little as though the advanoe might oatlaat the af ternoon. The rise in Northwest was aooom panied by a report that the company would pay tbe per cent, cash on the stook and pay scrip on common, wnich has the merit of novelty if nothing more. Gould's brokers are again predicting a rise ia the Wabash and the Southwestern. Seventy-three is said to be the figure for the WabaBh this week. Death of a "Oood" Indian. Chicaoo, Aug. 14. Aminnikenee, or Lit tle Thunder, a chief of the Chippewa In dians, who with some of his tribe have been exhibiting their Indian dances on the lake front, died this morning at Meroy Hospitah where he was taken yesterday to be treated for kidney troubles. He was sixty years of age and a good Indian. He was one of two Burvivors of the Custer massacre, he and a teamster having narrowly escaped from the Sioux. His body will be conveyed to Bed Lake, Minn., for burial. His companions have daubed their faces with blaok as a to ken of mourning. Robertson Put Upaia Compromise. New Yobk, Aug. 14. Thurlow Weed pro poses as a compromise candidate for Gover nor of New York, to succeed Cornell, Collector Robertson, on the ground that during thirty years of judicial, legislative and Congression al life there has nuver been an imputation against his personal or omeial character. Death of a Noted Cotton Merchant New York, Aug. 14. Mr. William H.Price, who was identified with the ootton and to bacco trade for nearly a quarter of a oentury, did yesterday at his residence, No. 408 West Twentieth street, aged fifty eight years. He was born in danover oounty, Virginia. His fast business connection in tbis city was with Patterson, Price fc Co., tobaoco merchants on Front street, but he subsequently gave his attention almost exclusively to cotton, his firm being changed to March, Price & Co, Mr. Price's death resulted from pleuro-pneu moma. His funeral will take place at the n euimiuHier xrresoyterian cnurcn at seven o'clock to morrow evening. Three years ago he requested his wife, if he died, to have his funeral at the late hour named, so that me ohanics and working people could attend. SOUTH AMERICA. NEW ENGLAND. Massachusetts. The Fort Popham Shooting Case Oreat Excitement Over the Affair. Boston, Aug. 14. A dispatch from Bath, Me., asserts that after the death of Frank A. Smith, the Harvard Btudent, on Sunday morning, from the pistol snot wouna vy Sergeant Kelley, at Fort Popham, two weeks ago, a warrant was issued by Judge Tallman. of Bath, for the arrest of Kelley on the charge of murder. When Smith's death be came known, the poople about Popham be came very much excited, but were restrained from any violent demonstration on learning that Sheriff Ballou was on his way from Bath to arrest Kelley. Kelley was sitting at his desk when he heard of Smith's death. He did not venture out of the house all day. When Smith died his father fainted. Coun ty Attorney Millay, Dr. Mitchell of Bow doin College, Sheriff Ballou, the coroner, and twenty others went over to Popham this afternoon. Smith s ante mortem statement is sealed, and will not be opened until it is presented in court. It asserts that he was with a friend named SaviHe, fishing near the fort, when they de cided to make a visit to the property. They went to a port-hole, and looking in, saw tbe sergeant go on the north side of the court yard, then south, toward them, and saw the gleam of the pistol in his hands, i ne ser geant said : "Get out of this, you fellows." rhe boys replied : " Whioh way snail we get out?" Kelley said: "The same way or the gate." The next thing they knew Smith was shot. Smith then asked Kelley to help him to the hotel. Kelley said he would not, but he would open the gate for them. Smith staggered through the gate and into the hotel, when he fainted. This statement re futes Kelley's claim of accidental shooting while holding the pistol in his left hand. The result of the coroner's inquest was a finding that Smith csme to his death from a pistol- xhot from a weapon in the hands of Sergeant Kelley. Kelley has arrived at uatn ana se cured counsel. The Supremo Court meets here on Tuesday. A Lift For the Butler Boom. Newbubtpobt, Aug. 14. The Greenback caucus to-night chose fifteen delegates to the State convention at Boston on Friday, all for Butler. Damage Caused by Forest Fires. Bczzabdb Bat, Mass., Aug. 14. The for. est fire between Deep Bottom pond and Mon ument is now under control, the wind having subsided since morning. Unless the wind rises the fire can be kept under control. rhe loss by the burning of Captain Bourne's buildings Sunday was 3,000. No insurance. Reported Accession to the Consolidated Road. Spbingfteld, Aug. 14. It Is reported at Middletown, Ct., that Charles W. Chapin, of this city, and others acting for the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad company have obtained a majority of the stock of the Connecticut Valley road, and that the New York, New Haven and Hartford company will soon control DOtn tne v aney ana Air Line roads. It is also stated that the stock in the Valley roaa, or wnien mi. uaapiu bought one thousand shares last year at fifty cents on the dollar, now sells at par when ever it is offered. FIRE RECORD. .lvery terrible Rowley War of Extermination The Chili ans and Peruvians Slaughtering Each Other. Lima, Peru, July 2C. The Peruvian forces in the interior have continued active opera tions against the Chilian troops. While a small body of Peruvians operated against the lines of communication between Lima and the garrisons in the hill country, large detach ments have direotly assailed the garrisons. A company of the Santiago regiment holding the little town of Marcaboys were attacked by three hundred Peruvians aided by a large force of Indians who were only repulsed by the opportune arrival of reinforcements from Uuancayo. The Unmans lost nineteen killed out of sixty. The Peruvian loss was much heavier. On the 9th lrjut. the Chilian gam son of Conception, numbering seventy-seven men, were attacked by a Peruvian force four times their number and after a desperate fight of twenty hours were compelled to make a sortie from the Barracks which had been set on fire by shells and were almost annihilated by their assailants, but two escap ing. The loss of Peruvians and Indian allies was severe. When the Chilian division under Colonel Qarto arrived the bodies of the brave defenders were found heaped up in the plaza In retaliation for assistance rendered to the Pernvians by the townspeople Colonel Carto set fire to the place and Conception is now a heap of ruins. The Chilians refuse to regard the enemy as regularly organized troops and shoot all who fall prisoners as bandits and murderers. The Peruvians retaliated and the conflict bids fair to become a war of ex termination. Nothing further is heard re garding foreign intervention. The United States steamers Alaska and Lackawanna and the storeship Onward are at this date in Callao Bay. Ad vie. s from Ecuador state that a skirmish had taken place between the revolutionary forces headed by Elfoy Alfaro and the gov ernment troops defending Esmeraldas, resulting in the defeat of the latter with some loss. Had Alfaro followed up the advantage he gained he would have occupied the town, whioh is the center of Vientmela's power in the north. A number of the dicta tor's troops are said to be deserting and have evinced a desire to join the revolutionists. Numbers of the political suspects are being incarcerated all over the republic and scarcely a steamer reaches Guayaquil from up the river which does not bring half a dozen or more to add to the numbers who already crowd the jails in Guayaquil Numbers are being executed. Recently forty-one persons sought refuge in the French consulate in Guayaquil, and owing to the energetic de fense of Mr. Weiner of the rights of his con sulate General Veintmela did not attempt to arrest them, but allowed them to leave the country. Panaha, Aug. 6. Several Chilian papers advocate the withdrawal of their forces from the north of Pern and their concentration in Arica, Taoaa and Tarapaca. The plan pos sesses many advantages, but the loss of cus tom house receipts would be severely felt, while the money would enter the Peruvian treasury. The war is becoming one of exter mination and it is not to the interest of Chili to engage in a conflict of this nature. It is probable that a greater number of Chilian garrisons will soon be withdrawn. During the month ending June 30, 5,223,- 900 pounds of nitrate were shipped from Tat- tal and Port Olivar. The shipments from the two ports during the six months ending June 30 amounted to 44,404,200 pounds. Valuable gold fields have been discovered in the province of Lobu, Chili. Sixty Horses Burned to Death A Stable On Fire. Pbovibeno, R. I., Aug. 15. A fire broke out at 11:30 last night at Brothers' stables, burning the building to ashes with about sixty horses and a large number of carriages, xlie barn was a wood en structure and occupied a whole block and is partially insured. At 12:30 the ruins were still burning. Loss $30,000. The cause of tbe fire is as yet unknown, but while the night men were sitting near tho front part of the stable they were horrified at seeing an immense wall of name suddenly swooping down nnon them from the loft above and they bad to flee for their lives. Immediately after their escaria from the threatening blaze an alarm was rune out and the fire depart ment rapidly gathered to the spot. When thev arrived the flames were streaming from all parte of the roof of the main building and shooting out of the upper windows, and it was at once seen that to save tho stable would be utterly impossible, and there was no hope of resouing any of the many horses from death. Within the main building there were flftv horses, twenty carnages and five hacks besides a large stock of harnesses, hay. grain and a full complement of stable furni ture, the whole being valued at $30,000. The moans of the poor horses in their agony was terrible to hear, but fortunately lasted but a few brief moments, as the dense smoke soon brought suffocation. The Work of a Tramp. Akhon, O..Aug. 14. The City mills owned by Philo Chamberlain, of Cleveland, was burned this moraine. Loss, $30,000. It is believed to have been fired by a tramp. THE OLO WORLD. Oreat Britain. Treatment for the Prlnee of Wales. London, Aug. 14. The medical advisers of the Prinoe of Wales have ordered his im mediate retirement from all official business and forbidden him to hold publio receptions, They advise him to . drink the waters of a German spa. There are no symptoms of any special ailment. Germany, An Accident to Empress Augusta. Berlin, Aug. 14. The Empress Augusta, of Germany, has had a severe fall while walk ing in the royal grounds at Babbesburg. Serious apprehensions are entertained of a fatal result on aooount of her advanced age, Ireland. Convictions Under the Repression Act Dublin, Aug. 14. A special jury have found three men guilty of an attempt at agrarian murder near Mallow. This makes eight convictions under the repression act. The English press is filled with ooneratula tory comments upon the successful working or tne measure. Other Fires. Atchison, Aug. 14. Almost the entire town of Wankato was destroyed by fire las night. It is believed to bo of incendiary ori gin, The loss is unknown. Base ball yesterday : At New York, Clave lands 11, Metropolitans 5 ; at Philadelphia, Chicasos 10. Fbiladelphlaa 1 : at Troy, ue troits 6. Trovs 0 : at Reading. Pa , Atlantic of Canada 8. Actives' 5 : at Pittsburg, Alle- ghanys 14, Baltimores 1. LOCAL NEWS. WANTED. A SITUATION in a private family to do A hones-work or aseand wnrh. Annlv at au!6 2t SS7 FBANKXJN 8TBJ5KT. genera at WANTED, SBT A YOUNG lady in business, Board and Room, not more than five or ten minutes' walk from the r orner of Cbapel and Oranee streets : references exchangeo. ; private family preferred. Ad dress, stating terms and location. " Miss L care of T. W. C. A , 2c8 Chapel street. aulS at WANTED, TRUSTWORTHY American woman desires a position as housekeeper, care of an ased Hereon or motherless children : is competent to fill any posi tion ; city or country ; good reference given. Addrsfs for one week, " Mrs. C. T.," 88 Ferry Street. an IS 2f New Karen. Conn. WANTED, Stitchers Experienced Straight Stitchers wanted at the ATLANTIC CORSET WORKS, aulS 2t 3 Factory Street. WANTED, N A LAWYER'S offlce, a young man 15 to 18 yean old : must be a (rood nanman and nom, wall mm- ommended. Addrete 1 3t P.O. BOX B23. Ne Havsn. WANTED. A gentleman, wife and child desire a pleas ant Room, with good Board, la a desirable lo cation, in OitV Or niFRmndtnn AAArmmm Ia three days, with particulars end terms, whioh most be moderate. 8. H., this office. Made Angry by a Report That He Played Poiicr. Deacon and Treasurer E. D. Smith, of the Mount Calvary Baptist church (colored), and Brother William Lane were before the police court this morning, charged with assaulting one another and creating a disturoanoe on Gold street on Saturday afternoon. It ap peared in evidence that the deacon was driv ing his business wagon through the thorough fare when be met the Drotner. tie at once stormed his horse and acoused Mr. Lane of havins circulated the report that he was devotee to the fashionable came of policy. This the brother denied and a fight ensued, in which both parties were roughly handled. Two Dolicemen stopped the row, but as one of them was not in uniform tbe deacon refused to acoomnanv him to the station house. warrant was issued for his arrest and he was broueht to court. As the deacon appeared to be the most to blame he was fined $2 and oosts. Lane was discharged. Hartford Pott. The Court Record. City Court Criminal Side Judge Stud- ley. James BirminRham, theft, nolle; Henry Ellis, theft, nolle : John Dayton, breach of peace, to August 15 ; Morris Hemingway, breach of Sunday secular law, to August 18 same. same, to Ausust 18 : William Brod erick, breach of peace, to August 18; Thomas Murnan, same, to August 18 ; Jonn maione, defraudina boardine house keeper, $1 fine, $6 97 costs : Michael Corooran, theft, to Au oust 15 : Miohael Kerrigan, resisting officer, judgment suspended ; Frederick W. Mans field, breach of peace, to August 15 ; Joseph Dalton. same, to August 15 ; Joseph Dalton, Reform school complaint, Reform school un til 21 ; George C. Weber, breach or Hunaay liqaor law, to August If. Court Notes. An attachment for $10,000 has been placed on tbe Lion brewery in AUingtown by JUep- uty Sheriff Catlin, whioh has been run by Sprenger & Co. in behalf of Dole A Merrill of New York, who olaim to have furnished 10.000 worth of material. The case is re turnable on the first Tuesday in September, In the case of a warrant against Morris Hemingway, tbe owner of the steamer Iver nia, for having violated the Sunday secular law on August 6th, it ia said that his son- in-law was tbe guilty party. In the City Court yesterday morning the case was con tinned to the 18th. H. Harrison Wagner de fended. The defense will probably be that the seoular law as amended does not prohibit travel, and that whatever work is necessary to travel may be done. PENNSYLVANIA. A Fatal Blow From a Ball. Chester, Aug 14. Thomas Toppin, aged seventeen, while playing base ball last Satur day was struok by tbe ball on the side of the face. The result was a slight toothache, for whioh he consulted Dr. Urie. He was after wards much depressed and said the doctor had performed an operation which ruined him. He went to work as usual to-day and died suddenly of a spasm. The case is in volved in much mystery. "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 civing health to all. Kidney Wort moves the bowels regularly, cleanses the blood, and radically cures kidney disease, gravel, piles, bilious headache and pains which are caused by disordered liver and kid' neys. Thousands have been cured why should you not try it r auii 6dlw Walnut s.eaf Hair Itestorer. , It is entirely different from all others. It is as clear as water, and, as its name indi cates, is a perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer, It will immediately free the head from all dandruff, restore gray hair to its natural color, and produoe 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 light or faded hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy brown. Ask your druggist " . -Th bottle is warranted. Cha? -New York, ana Geo. O. Go ton, wholesale agents. WANTED, fllWENTY good canvassers to travel in New Haven JL County and vicinity for an old established house with a staple line of merchandise. Aotlve men can easily earn two thousand dollars a year. Address aula 3t . u. DBA w ek sv, Ulty. WANTED, A COMPETENT girl for general housework ia 7a. family of four persona. Apply at aulS If 640 CHAPEL STREET. one de- WANTED. AN energetio man as traveling salesman, termined to suoceed Apply after 9 to C'AHWEi.1., I'ETl'ttU, UAl.flfl (JU., M8 Chapel Street. aulS 2t WANTED, TWO OB three Booms, suitable for light housekeeping, and within five minutes' walk of the P. O. Apply at ail 3f 443 CHAPEL STREET. WANTED, SITUATION by a yoang German girl to do gen eral housework, or to act as second girL Apply aulS 2t" 87 BIBHOP STREET. WANTED TO HIRE, near the colleges. Booms to ae commodate an eating class of fifteen (16) stu dents : also a cooking stove. Address W. W. BAVERY, ul 2t" Marlon, Mass. WANTED flO BUT, lot of Second-hand Furniture A pew. mgnest cash prioe paid. promptly attended to, at jail and Oar- Orders by mail 88 CHURCH STREET. EMPLOYMENTnFFICE." FOR MALES AND FEMAT.KH. HELP of different nationalities sen be supplied to private families, boardlna houses, hotels axa restaurants. The Dmrvieto a? this ment pays great attention in the eholoe of glrla and omen before sending them to fill situations. Gain from the eountry, at any diatanee, are promptly at tended to. Male help fur all kinds of work. ME1 T. MULLIGAN. e26 tf 184i- St John street, near Artisan. O, Wait ! O, Wait ! FOB RYDER'S irand Mammoth Excursion. Friday, Aaguat 18th, FOB New York, Fort Lee & Tarrytown, On the world-renowned steamer, " PLYMOUTH ROCK," h Chimes of Bella and St Orand Staterooms six hours time given in New York, four hours at Fort Lee, and two hours at Tarrytown. A sail of over 3tM miles on the Hound and np the Hudson HIT sr. Fare for tbe Round Trip, only 75c Special Excursion Trains on all the railroads ran. nlng into New Ha Ten. Leave Belle Dock a S:80 a. m., Canal Duck at V a. m. For particulars apply to E. RIDER & CO., anil T Chapel Street. WE BISK'S SUNDAY EXCURSION I And Sacred Concert, At lljthtlioiise Grove. 1T w The Steamer "1VEENIA" will leave U&ZSESSE Belle Deck hourly from 9 a. m. to 8 n. Befreshinents supplied JJ185 m. every Sunday. All kin "s or Boa rood and at the Grove. A Quiet UeortJ?lrr The Coney Island of Connect' cut 1 On the Ocean's Brink. Tbe Steamer ELM CITY Will make regular trine to this famous seaside resort. commencing Tuesday, July 11th, and every esday ana ouuraay uierearter, ezoept July 2S, leaving Uelle Doc k a t 9 a m., remaining at the Beach a hoars. arriving at New Haven about 7;0 p. m, fare, TSe tor the trip. . No liquors sold Shore Dinner erred at the Beach and Royal Bavarian Bend gives concerts. Fine sea bathing M bathing beasts. Large dancing platform. Tickets for sale by X. Dowrea, 809 chapel street. jyi h 4. a. waul), Agent. SUNDAY AT CONEY ISUND OR ROCKAWAY. THE STEAilEK ELM CITY Will leave Belle Dock SATURDAY. N1GHT8 (until further notice), at 11:30 p. m., eommencing July ath. landing at 'Joa street, ana connect wi mannattea Beach Railroad for Coney Island and at SUh street ferry (only a short distance from S3d stre-t), t o Bockaway vie N. Y , W. H. a Bookaway R. R. BkTUKBrno Leave Peek Blip for New 5ven direct at 11 p. m Sunday. rare for the trip fi.'fo, including raiiro" tioiet to above places. j Jy6 2md MNr EXCURSIONS ! 18 8 3. STARItTS GLEN ISLAND. LONQ ISLAND BOUND. Finest Day Summer Resort on the So and. T11K 8TKAMER JOHN H. STAUIN, Capt, McAllister. WILL make the first trip of the season from New Haven to this beautiful Island SATURDAY. June 34. After this date, commencing July Cth will make TWO trips each week. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS. Will leave Starin's Pier, foot of Brew ery street five minutes' walk from tbe Depot, at 8:30 a m. sharp. Keturning leave men laiana at s:m p. m., arriving in New Haven in time to connect with the 8 o'clock trains. Fare, New Haven to the Island ....4 SO " ana return.. .... . io " New York via the Island.... 1.00 ' " m u and return via the Island and Pier 18, North Blver 1.S0 GLEN ISLAND ia one of the finest day Rumroa Basorte la Ajnerloa adapted to the tastes of the most refined, oreat improvements mnoa last season. Everything done with aa eye to the comfort aad pleasure of exourslonlsta Two Orand Concerts dally by Graf alia 's celebrated Seventh Regiment Band. Old fashioned iteoae lsinna uuun jjeae served on the arrival of the boat. OOOD MUSIC every trip by the celebrated Thomas' Orchestra. No latoxlcatlasr drinks can be obtained on the boat, whioh Is sufficient guarantee that nothing can occur to mar the pleasure of any who choose to avail themselves of thsae ex mrslona The Island ia well policed. ladles and on 11 area unattended need not fear molestation. W. B. MILLER, Agent, Btarin Pier, tar- No free list. Jeao Ira Grand Weekly Excursions to Coney Island and Manhattan Beach! JaltOWinfj i nsan aa anv nvmsn. .ipe On and after WEDNESDAY, July IB, r 1 ' ' . - noui7nil.a will BriJg'port on tbe arrival of 8:30 train from New Ha ven every Wednesday to Coney Island and Manhattan Beeoh. ( connecting at Oreenpolnt with Manhattan Beach Rallroal,) leaving brl dire port at 7:0 a m., ar rlTiDS at Manhattan Beach at 13 m. Returning will leave Manhattan Reach at S:S p. m. Fare for the Excursion from Bridgeport, L Children, Wo. Meals served at all hours. Tickets are good for that day only. gVThe Bteamer BOSEDAL on every Wed nesday till further notlos will leave New York, foot of Market street, at 8:00 o'olook. Oreenpolnt at 4:10, end mst street Bast River, at 4:f0 p. m. lyOT SM I ntf Splendid Business Chance 1 FOR BALE, IN A manufacturing village of 3,000 Inhabitants and fast growing, a small stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, and Store to rent. The store is new and splendidly located for either branch of trade, and tbe only one of the kind in the village. The chance will be open for 10 days, unless sooner disposed of. For particulars, address . aul0 6t " B.," P. O. Box 441, Birmingham, Ct. investment Securities. 30 shares N. Y., N. K. s H'fd K. B., non-taxable. BO shares Danbury a Norwalk B, B., " 60 shares Winchester Anns Co., 60 shares American Bank Note Co. N. K. a Northampton 61 and e's. " N. Y. N. Eng. HH. 6's and 7's, " , Small lots of Mechanics, County, Merchants and Yale National Bank Stocks, N. H. Gaslight Co., JR. X Central BR. and Lake Shore BR. ,- w. T. HATCH a 80S, ant OortiST Chapel and Orange mseetm, stereoscopes: A OOOD Scope for 7S oenta, and 12 Views free of V charge. Jostj, received, fine essortWC&t Original View, QV wamrnrrjQp. 8 Stat. Street) " 1 I V v; i v.; v; -1 i . ' 1 C S