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August 16, 1882,
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3B
VOL. L.
erial fjctirt.
Special Itotks.
New Dazli 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
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
244 and 246 Chapel Street.
FOR
i
THE SEASHORE
Get your Outfits at
HOWES 5 AND 10 CENT STORE, CHEAP.
al sfak
for rent,
ROOMS in Heller's Block No. SS3 State at. ;
water, water clo et, gas and other Convenien
ces. Also the Hntiee ttn. .A A.hm n itmkf.
containing 8 rooms, barn witb stalls, and conveni
ent shed for carria es. The house conld be rentad to
two families. Inquire of J A.. OB HKLLKR,
Btora 1 Yale Bank Building,
Cor State and Chapel Btg.
W. S. SAXFOItD, Auctioneer.
fj WILL soil Wednesday, August 10th, at 10:30
ijj a. ni., rain or ehlne.) two frame Dwellings
!A Nos 54 and 550 chapel street, near Howe, to
be removed. Terras cash. au 4 St
For rent,
A TE5EMEN I' of five Rooms on Orchard
street Inquire at 80 Crown Street.
au!2 GLOSON HALL.
FARM FOR SALE.
ON of the best Farms in this Stat; has
between 40 and AO acres, about 12 of which la
woodland : has an orchard of all (crafted fruit
of the choicest kinds ; is situated abont S miles from
New Haven, half a mile east of Centervi le. Inquire
of or address MARVIN OLMSTEAD,
au5 lm Centerville, Ct.
At the 35T.
Yon can. find a GREAT VARIETY of card and cabinet size Velvet and
Plush Photograph Frames from lO cents upwards.
WANTED-
NO. 408 CHAPEL STREET, WEW HAVEN.
-A yoiiDET man. 17 or 18 years of aee. to work in store.
0
FOR
BEAUTIFYING THE
COMPLEXION.
j
EemovM Tan,
BlT
FreckleB, Pimples, J-torpUew, and
lemib.es of the cuticle.
(The most delicate and eleeant prpa-9 Sold in New Haven Wlioleealo by felchardooa Ss
ration for tlae akin ever invented. Co., retail by E, M. Sheridan, Gr. IST. Ailing,
tHO BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS. PRICE, 50 CENTS.
For Drive Wells, Pumps, Lead and Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Kubber Hos, Iron Sinks, Steam Packing of all kinds, Plumbers' Goods, Brass and Iron
Steam Work of every description, Shafting fc Pullejs.Machine Jobbing, Engine Repairs, &c,
Go to MuDson, Bishop 8& Gilbert,
Special attention given to STEAM HEATING, 479 street.
DBslraBlB New Bitt How,
lis good location, with modern Improve
ments, for sale or rent. Houses and Lamds for
sale or rent. Livery Stable for sale, doing a
business.
GEO. A. ISBELL,
Office Todd Block, corner State and Elm streets.
Open evenings.
Jyis
FOR RENT,
mA HOUE on Orchard etraet ; house b as all
modern Improvements and has recently been
put in first cUee order both outside and in
side;! here is a large barn on the premises witb. all
conveniences. Fotf further particulars call at
MEftWIN'S REAL E STATU OFFJCE,
JylS 237 Chapel Street.
Carpets.
Axmir.ster, 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.
Workmen for Fit-
Hanging Window
iotels.
OPENlSiG OF THE
Grand Union llotel,
458,460 & 462 Chapel Street,
Opposite Tale College.
First-class accommodations.
. ie24 3m C. H. TTJTTLE. Manager.
TO RENT.
A large building adapted for manufacturing
purposes or heavy wholesale business, on
Grand street near and adiointng railroad fa
cilities ; also a large hall in the same to rent by week,
month or year. Three rents near Winche.ter's shop
at $8, $10 and $12. No 29 Auburn Btreet, $10.. For
sale, house on East street, near Grand, $1,700 ; terms
easy. Also for sa'o. Soda Fountain and six marble
top ice cream tables. Apply to
A. M. HOLMES,
jyl6 69 Church Btreet, Boom 8.
REATESTATFFOR SALE
HOUSES in all parts of the city worth from
$l,50i) to $50,000 each. Building lots for sale
everywhere and prices to suit.
FOB BENT,
A STORT on the corner of York Square and
Broadway, with or without tenement adjoin
ing. A number of houses and tenements for
rent.
tMoney to loan in sums to suit.
HORACE P.HOAOXiEY,
REAL ESTATE J?r ft,
Na.2 Hoadley Building, bpPastoff ice.
Competent
ting Carpets,
Shades and Curtain Decorations.
BUCKINGHAM HOTEL,
Fifth-Avenue and Fiftieth-Street,
(Opposite Cathedral.)
NEW-YORK.
W ETHERBBB & Proprietors.
Strangers will here find excellent accommodations
at reduced prices during the summer mouths.
X This sew and elegant house is verv
(centrally located for the reception of
firuests, either permanent or transient. It is
charmingly situated, being a central point
'amidst the most fashionable reaiftonnM
hurches, &c. &o.; near the Grand Central Depot,
within three minutes' walk of the elevated roads and
Uadison-avenne cars. The ventilation, beating 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. xny27 WaSSm
FOB SALK,
THE HOUKE No. 157 Meadow street, contain
ing all modem Improvements ; house in first
class order, fresco, painted walls, etc. 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. BUNNKNBEBa, Broker,
my3 238 Ohapel Street,
II. W. FOSTER,
NO. 72 ORANGE STREET.
alO s
SPJECIAJU
Millinery Sale !
121 Orange Street, cor. Court.
M. 1 J. BYRNES,
Is desirous before moving tohei
large store 97 Orange street, Pal
ladium Building, of disposing ot
her stock, which she is selling ofl
regardless of cost.
Ladies should not fail to a-ai)
bemselves of this opportunity 01
obtaining Stylish Hits, Eich Fea
thers Flowers, Bibbons, Laces.
Velvets, &c, far below cost of Im
portation. 1yl3 s
TAILOR
JB. H. JOHNSON,
Real Estate and Loan Agent
Office, 477 State Street.
FOB SALE.
A Bice House and Large Lot on Eld strest at
a bargain.
Good Cottage Bouse onDwightatreetatmneh
an it is worth.
A fine place In Fair Haven and several other places
for sale very low.
Bona good score Toper7 in just navenana uran-(OTd.
For Sale or Bent Farms;
A very desirable farm of 70 acres In Bouthtngton
Till be sold low to close an estate.
A list of good Farms In dther desirable locations.
Good rents In St. John and Greene streets. Fair He
ron, and other parts of the olty.
wanted, $3,0(10 to $4,000 on good first mortgage se
curity maSO
369 State Street, New Haven.
PANTS TO ORDER from $4 to $10.
SUITS TO ORDER from $15 to $40
Sample and rules for Self -Measurement Bent b
oail on application.
JBrancn a tores in all principal citiea. jyl
REAL ESTATE
For Sale to Close an Estate.
The very desirable Building Lot fronting Woos
ter square, on the corner of Academy Btreet and
Home Place.
ALSO,
A Building Lot on East Chapel street. oppesite Man-
ville's new block. Size of lot, lOOxl.si ceep.
A lot in the rear of the above, fronting on Salton
stall avenue, 48x137 feet deep.
xhe above property will be sola cheap.
For particulars apply to
District of New Haven ss. Probate Court,!
AusniRt 8t.b. 1RA9 r
IT PON the application of LEON ABU D. HAHBI
J SON. showing to this court Mint, lm rna.rli.n
to HATTIE A. Hub. ISuN, a minor i.elonging to said
district, and that said minor is th6 owner of an un-
atyiaeo. interest in tbe equi y of rede option of a cer
wut pnn urn Willi au mo DUlldlngS an cl im-
jravouionn inereon, situated in said Mew Haven
-uuuu-u wwihy u, aowara avenne nrtv Tfft ,m-
urly by lot 99 in Blook 7 of map of Hallock proper
y, surveyed by Wm; Hart ey Nov., 1867, on file in
Cown Clerk's offl e. New Haven, easterly by Hallock
.venue, and southerly by lot 10 on said man.
'alued at about dollars, aDd showing just and
cjvu.uad nun) iui eoiiuig Buia real estate ; praying
or 8n order, and that he or some other meet person
e empowered to sell the same, as per application on
lie. aateatne etn any of August, 1832, mure fully
tppe irs.
ordered That the foregoing appllcati n be heard
t the Probate Office iu New Haven, on the al.t day
it August, 1882, at 9 o'clock forenoon ; and that notice
hereof be published in some public newspaper near
be place where such real es'ate lies, three weeks suo-
o Bivmy uuiure sam time assigned.
an9oaw3g SAMUEL A. YOBK, Judge.
WE MAKE VARNISH
For Cars,
For Carriages,
For Furniture,
For House Painters, &c
And sell a.t Manufacturer.' Prices.
BOOTH & LAW,
Varnish Manufacturers I Paint Dealers,
Cor. Water and Olive Streets,
au4 s "Jew Hav.n. rtnnn.
goaxlt gits toomg.
BOARD AND BOOMS.
A FEW sentlemen can be accommodated
with first-class Board and pleasant Booms, with
modern improvements; locality second to
none in the city ; terms moderate. Apply at
Jyaoim . 85 wooBTim flauis.
BOABD AND BOOMS.
VEBT desirable dooms in suite or single for
Mrent; also nrst-ciasp i.uie mairu m raHunauia
prices r nrst-class references given. Inquire at
Hyi if ans obage stbeet.
District of New Haven ss Probate Court, 1
Ana-list 8th. lfcRI- f
It PON the application of Tli.jJaM A. FuoKETT
J showing to this court that he is guardian to
UCY A. HARBISON, a minor hlrr,n?n ..in hi.-
trlct, and thut said minor is the owner of an undivi-
i"i"n. in me eqoi'y or reaemp inn of a certain
jieoe or lana, with ail buildings and improvements
thereon, situat- d In sold New Haven, bounded wes
terly by Howard avenne fifty feet, northerly bv lot
J9 iu Block No. 7 of map of Hallock property, "sur-
vejea Dy v m. Hartley oov., 1867. on file in Town
""p .w uaveu eaBxeriy Dy Ua.lock ave-
Muwecij oy lot iu3 on said man.
valued at about dollars, anrt hnwn i.i
nd reasonable cause far iu,. ..
real estate: praying for an order. nl ti,.t ,o .
-ome other meet prrson be ntnDunnil t.. aAu ti.o
same, as por application on ft e, fated the 8th day
Of August. 18HJ. more fnllv anrvm-.
i-i n'tne roregoing application be heard
at the Probate Office, in New Haven, on the 31st day
of August, 1882. at 9 o'clock forenoon ; and that notice
, ruuuuun in souie pnDiic newspaper near
f ; ' iltJ1 " au rau estaie lies, three weeks sue
woooi.oij duoib saia time assigned.
an9 oaw3w SaMUEL A. YOBK, Judge,
Beef
Tender
oms
FKESH EVERY DAY.
We have constantly on band
line assortment of Broilers, Fowls,
sweet Breads, Calves' Livers.
Lamb, veal, ana ail varieties of
Meats. Also a fine stock of Mel
ons, Peaches, Bananas, Apples:
Cantelopes, Lemons, &c. Call and
examine our stock. Brices as low
as any in town.
Prisbie & Hart
350 AND
aulS
352 STATE ST
jy21
Edward C. Beecher,
386 Chapel Street.
Real EstatG aua 1'ire Insurance
No.
AGENCY,
63 Church Street.
Loral Weather Record.
FOR AtTOBST 15, 1882.
7(16 11:16 3:10 706 IHI6
A. M. A. U. P. M. P. U. P. M.
Barometer 30.04 30.03 30.01 30.02 30.1)3
Thermometer 71 78 81 70 74
Humidity 90 70 62 76 67
Wind 8.4 S 10 S 10 R.6 8.6
Weather Cl'dy Fair Clear CTdy Clear
Max. temp., 84 ; min. temp., 08; total rainfall, 0.
FOB AUGUST 15, 1881.
Max. temp., 76; min. temp., CO.
J. H. SHERMAN, Sergt. 8. C. V. S. A.
Teo small to measure.
Storm sigaals have reference only to approaching
high winds. 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 followed by rain.
iws by Telegraph
FROM ALL QUARTERS .
AUGUST IS.
8vh Bisks,
Sun Sets,
6.1s
6.68 I
Moon Sets,
7:59 p. m.
Hioh Water,
12:31 a. m.
BIRTHS.
JOHN 'ON August 9th, a daughter to William A. and
Josepftlne Johnson ; lHth, a daughter to Charles E.
and Jul a Johns m ; 14ih, daughor to Willber B.
and Emma Sherman ; all grandchildren of Mr. and
Mrs. w 1111am V. Johnson, 72 Bosette street.
MABi IN In Hartiord, Aug. Vth, a son to Oscar and
Stella Martin.
MARRIAGES.
WAKNEft SMITH In Birmingham, Augnst 9th, by
Bev. C. F. Bradley, Frann H. W.rner of Bir
mingham, and Miss Louise Smith of Aliiford
Point.
lJSATil.
MUNSOX-
eldest daughter" of
years and 6 months.
In this city, Aug. 13,
W. F. and 8.
Susie D. Munson,
J. Munson, agtd 16
MABINK IilST.
POBT OF NEW HAVEN.
ARBlVEn AUGUST 15.
Bcb Sarah Maria, Dodge, New Tork, with sla'e.
8ch Wta Corey, brown, with pig Iron,
fitr Frederiok Ives, Brown, witb a tow.
Str Thomas Walsh, with light b.irges.
BAILED.
Btr Frederick Ives, Brown, for New York.
Str ahemas Walsh, for New York.
CLEARED.
Bark Levi S Andrews, F B Watts, for Boston.
FOUND,
ADRIFT on the Sound, a small BOAT, which the
owner can have by proving property and paying
charges. Address C. B. SMITH,
aUio it itoron naven, uonn.
di-
FEESH
m M ABGABITA CIGAB- re eived this morning
IVl reot from Key West Our customers who have
been waitine-for light colors can be suited Acknowl
edged to be the best Cigar ever sold at the price.
aulo r . HA.i.il euii.
The School of Modern Languages
159 fork St., New Haven, Ct.,
Will commence GEBMAN and FBENCH,
MONDAY, September Nth.
A STATUE UNVEILED.
Ireland's Tribute to Her
Favorite Son.
A GALA DAY IN DUBLIN.
The Shaft Reared in O'Con-
nell's Memory.
GENERAL W0LSELEY IN EGYPT
He
Takes Command of the
Troops.
THE OLD WORLD.
anl6 WAS6w
auie It
FOB SAliE,
AN eight year old Bay Maro, weighing
about 1H60 ; kind and gentle ; will give a
I warrantee with sate- Inquire at corner
.division street and Winchester avenue.
YALE BUSINESS COLLEGE
Opens tbe First Alonday In September.
Thorough Business Training.
OFFICE NOW OPEN for the registration of Stu
dents for admission.
Apply in person, or by mail, giving full particulars.
R. C. LOVERIDGE,
37 Insurance Building-,
au!6 6m NEW HAVEN, CT.
fib fiTafV t TO LOAN on city property at
OUWfV; s ana e per cent.
J House, ana Lots for sale or rent In all
parts of the city and oounty.
special attention given to collection or rents.
Savin Rock Seststiore Property.
Over 2,000 front feet on Beach street in lota to
suit. This is one of the most beautiful summer
resorts in New England. Call and examine maps
ana prices.
Fire insurance.
Policies issued against loss by fire and lightning.
delO LONG & HINMAK, Agents.
Office open evenings.
Look in our window for
Men's Fine Low Shoes., your
choice $2.75, former price
$4.00 and $5.00.
R. &. BENMM,
294 Ohapel Street.
FOE SALE.
A VEY fine Horse, Village Cart and Har
ness. Apply at stable rear of
251 OBANGE STREET.
aulS 2t
Lots and Houses For Sale.
A number of first-class Houses for
sale, located oentral ; can be bought at a bar
gain or 3 .mall Hou.es. near Winches-
;er's Arms factory. A number of Lots in different lo
calities can be sold cheap.
'O.K KJKJNX,
A crood Brick Hou lO rooms, range, fur
nace, bathroom, etc, a little distance from the colle
ges, with or without furniture, will be rented on
terms to inaKH It an olJct ; rent moder
ate to responsible parties ; possession at
once.
Money to loan on real estate.
49 Church Street, Boom fi Hoadley Building.
Office open evenings from 7 to 8.
aul L. F. COMSTOOK.
?iraiuur
Resorts.
Tlroil Trains for Saratoga.
No Change of Cars or BaKae.
Eloosac Tunnel Route.
Special Train Daily for Saratoga.
LEAVES New Haven at 10 1 93 a. m. and arrives at
Saratoga at 4:40 p. m.
Leave, Saratoga at 10:30 a, m. and arrives at New
Haven at 4:55 p. m.
Parlor Cars on this Train.
on morning trains with
FOUND.
IN THIS CITV, August 9th, a BIBB DOG,
which the owner can have by proving proper
ty ana Falng expenses. Address
aula at m.," mis omce.
BOOKS
OPENED, oloiod, invent J fated, written up and
balanced. Complicated accounts adlus'ed. Spe
cial books prepared for any bind of business by an
expert of fifteen years ex ermnce.
aulo lm "Iuuuujn I'awx," ir. j. cox ojo, uuy.
FORCHftTFIR.
For fishinc nr salens parties, sen Ovetta.
LHarTev muter. 127 tons, now lying at x air Ha
ven : newly Da ait d. and overhauled ; wm cnarcer Dy
day, week or month. For information apply at store
of D. M. SMITH, Soutn Front stre t, Fair Haven, ut.
or f Captain om board of vessel, or by mail to
aulS 6t Fair Haven, Conn
BARTHOLOMEW'S
Intelligence Office.
AM havine a Great number of oooka, housework
Kirls, waitresses, second girls for hotel and pri
vate families. Great attention paid to out-of-town
situations. Apply at Library Booms,
7 I
aul
75 OBANGE STBEET.
t'ff Good connections
change at North Adams.
jylO tf
EDWABD A. BAY. Ot. T. A.
SAVIN
West Haven,
HOUSE.
ROOK,
Connecticut.
THE
I
GREAT CURE
FOB
RHEUMATISM
As it is for all the painful diseases of the
KIDNEYS. LIVER AND BOWELS.
It cleanses the system of the acrid poiBon
that causes the dreadful sufferimr which
only the victims of Rheumatism can realize.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the worst forma of this terrible disease
have been quickly relieved, and in short time
PERFECTLY CURED.
PRICE, $1. LIOU1D OR DRY, SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
- vty can re sent DvmaiL
WKLIj8, BICTT A TTDSON & Co. , Burlington Vt.
Ireland.
Dublin in Regalia Honors to t lie Catho
lic Emancipator The O'Connell Statne
i: n veiled A Day of National Celebra
tion. Dublin, Aug. 15. The celebration of the
centenary of Irish legislative independence,
the unveiling of the O'Connell national me
morial and the opening of the national exhi
bition commenced this morning with the
mustering of the grand procession in Ste
phen's Green. The trade of Dublin and the
country deputations mustered forty thousand
strong, and with bands and banners they
marched from the Mansion House in Dawson
street through Dame street, down Parliament
street, over the river by Grattan bridge,
through the northern portion of the city and
down Sackville street to the O'Connell mon
ument, where the first imposing ceremony
was to be performed at two o'clock by the
Lord Mayor, namely the unveiling of the
statue of O'Connell. The morning dawned
amid heavy showers of ram, but before ten
o'clock the sun was shining bright. Under
the genial influence of the fine weather the
national enthusiasm ran very high. The
whole route taken by the procession was
lined by thousands of spectators all wearing
national emblems and preserving the best
of order. The streets were spanned
by arches and green medallions of
O'Connell met the eye at every corner.
In the display of flags and banners the uni
versal stars and stripes and the tricolor rival
the green flag with its crownless harp, while
the Union Jack and English flags are con
spicuous by their absence. The Land League
offices on Sackville street are the canter of
attraction. A flag from one window bears
the legend, "Remember the Boers." A large
scroll along the front of the building shows
the lines : "Cowards' hearts are self-subdu
ing, fetters lost by slaves renewing." Not a
single flag was displayed on the public build
ings. The demonstration is entirely confined
to the national section of the- people. Al
though the wet morning kept thousands
home, it is estimated that at least one hun
dred thousand persons were assembled
around O'Connell's monument in Sackville
street awaiting the unveiling ceremony.
Hardly a policeman was to be seen in the
streets. The troops were confined to
their barracks, and the public houses
were closed. . The enthusiasm so far
has been unmarred by a single untoward ac
cident. The muster of the Irish members
of Parliament, headed by Parnell and the
Catholic hierarchies and priests and repre
sentatives of the municipal bodies, was very
strong. A prominent feature of the proces
sion was the triumphal car in which O'Oon
nell rode through Dublin on tne occasion of
his release from Richmond prison after the
State trial of 1846.
At ten misiutes to one o clock the Lord
Mayor amid a tremendous outburst of cheer
ing, raising v unuuMiuuiiufl nun vi.su ui
bands unveilea tne statue, ine cneenng.
which lasted several minutes, having subsid
ed, the high sheriff. Mr. Gray, M. P., read
an address handing over the monument to
the municipality of Dublin, which concluded
with the following words :
"Let us trust that at no distant date this monument
will look down upon a scene of triumph and rejolo-
1 a before wnicn the Bopniar pageant or to-day win
p.ie its Ineffectual flras. Jt us trust that the day is
not far distant when the people will cluster in de-
lishted thousands around this monument, and when
thundering p audits will announce that the go d old
caus for which O'Connell lived and labored has tri
umphed at last and that an Irish parliament will
again reassemble inth. Irish capital."
Unfortunately at this moment the rain
again began to fan heavily and continued
during the Lord Mayor's address, whioh was
heard only by those on the platform. His
Lordship referred in terms of reverence and
gratitude to the services rendered to his
co religionists in Ireland, and com
pared the work of the committee
to the long and arduous life of
O'Connell himself. He added that no one
could deny that Brook had realized in tbe
work tbe ideal ox his great master. The
work of Ireland is not yet done. Her land
reform is not yet complete and Is still re
stricted, industries are yet languid and the
national Legislature is still absent. All these
were so dear to the heart of U'uonneu that it
left incomplete no material monument would
compensate for their absence. Statues
rould not alone suffice. we muse
erect a monument more lasting
I than brass. It must rest up
on the hearts of the people and its roots
must pierce through every class and fructify
in every rank. Its summit must pierce the
clouds. To attract the attention of the world
it must bear upon its base this imperishable
inscription, "Ireland long a province is a
nation once again." After the speech of the
Lord Mayor at the statue Mr. Darnell, in re
sponse to the loud demands or tne people,
i addressed a few words to the crowd, which
re-echoed the sentiments of the Lord Mayor
and declared that they must go on to the re
peal of tne union and never rest untu tms
work be accomplished.
all points have been notified by the Khedive
that he has given authority to Admiral
seymour ot tne Uritisn squadron to oo-
cupy any part of the isthmus that he
may select for military operations, and
warns them against the consequences
which will ensue on any resistance on
their part. He has also authorized the ad
miral to stop the importation of coal or war
material whenever the admiral may deem it
necessary. General Sir Garnet Wolseley ar
rived this morning and has formally assumed
command of the British troops. Generals
Hanley and Sir Evelyn Wood of the
British army have arrived here and
will bo assigned to duty immediately.
The report is confirmed that Arabi has
succeeded in having the Sultan deposed as
the head of Islam by a decree of the Ulemas
at a meeting called for that purpose last Sun
day. The same decree appoints the sheriff of
Mecca as the head of Islam in the Sultan's
place.
The Khedive held a brilliant reoeption at
the Has el Tin palace to day to celebrate the
last day of the feast of Bairem. M. de Les
seps is striving to prevent the laying of the
new English cable between Port Said and
Suez.
Constantinople, Aug. ". A peremptory
message was sent by the Sultan to-day to
Arabi, ordering him to at once give some
positive declaration of submission to the
Porte under penalty of being dealt with by
England, acting under the Porte's authority.
The Porte has countermanded the
order for the dispatch of the Albanian
infantry to Egypt pending the conclusion of
a military convention with England. This is
thought merely another ruse to gain further
delay.
London, Aug. 15. This morning it is
learned that the war office has ordered 30,000
additional troops to be got ready to proceed
to Egypt immediately to take the place of the
sick and wounded. This is regarded in some
quarters as an indication of heavier losses in
the various engagements than has been here
tofore supposed. It is asserted in some
official quarters that there is renewed activi
ty and a feeling of concern prevailing at
the war office to-day. It is hinted
that General Sir Garnet Wolseley, immedi
ately upon landing in Alexandria, proceeded
without delay to acquaint himself with the
condition of affairs, and that a brief investi
eation convinced him that the British force
in Egypt had in their various engagements
with Arabi's forces sustained losses more se
rious than have been imagined, and that he
at once pointed out to the war office the in
adequacy of the present force of troops ow
ing to the weakening of their ranks bv sick
ness and disabilities to an extent hitherto un
known.
Rhode Island.
The Auctioneer StootI on the Bridge.
Providence, Aug. 15. The Sprague farm
and mansion at Canonchet, near Karragansett
Pier, was sold by auction, by order of Trus
tee Chaffee, to-day for $62,250 to Frank D.
Moulton, of New York. William Sprague
had partially torn down the bridge leading to
the place and patrolled tbe avenue to the
house armed with a rifle. The auctioneer
stood on the wreck of the bridge to complete
the sale.
NEW ENGLAND.
Massachusetts.
Soda ttuzzlers To Go Dry On Sunday.
Holyoke, Aug. 12. An order has been is
sued for closing the soda fountains at the
drug stores on Sunday.
the Trunk Line, Southwestern and other
stocks not mentioned above was only 1-2
per cent. About 11:15 a. m. the market
halted, and under sales to realize profits
there was a general reaction from the best
quotations. St. Paul, Minneapolis and Man
itoba dropped 4 1-2 per cent., Northwest
preferred 1 3-4, Lackawanna and Omaha
each 1, and the balance of the list 1-8 to 7-8.
This weakness was not of long duration, as
it seemed to invite fresh buying, and before
midday the market was active and on the ad
vance once more. Lackawanna rallied to 148,
the best figare of the early dealings, while all
the other coal roads sold even higher than
before, Delaware and Hudson rising to 119f,
Jersey Central to 80 J and Reading to 62.
Among the grangers Northwestern' recovered
to within per cent, of the highest point,
and St. Paal, Minneapolis and Manitoba rose
2 per cent. The recovery in the other shares
was less marked. After midday there was a
fainter advance, Lackawanna rising to 150,
Delaware and Hudson to 119, Heading to
G2h Jersey Central to 80, Northern Paoific
to 52, preferred to 97 and Denver to G2.
Towards two o'clock money was made active
and dearer and call loans were put up to six
per cent , which checked the upward move
ment in the stock market and led
to a reaction of i to 2 per cent., with the
greatest decline in Lackawanna, Jersey Cen
tral, Northern Pacific preferred, Omaha,
Northwest and Wabash preferred. Subse
quently prices showed a recovery of i to
per cent. , Dut prices were weaK in the last
half hour of business, and prices declined 3
per cent for Northwest preferred and i to 1
per Cent for the general list. The advance in
money was the main reason assigned for the
late fall in prices. It is significant
that some of the great houses whioh
have been bearish for a time are
again outspoken bulls. The German inter
est is again bullish and congratulated
itself upon having predicted early in the
month that the market would be unsteady
until the 15th, when another decided advance
would set in. Mr. Keene is quoted as a bull
and so is Mr. Gould, although it is evident
either that Mr. Gould is not a bull or is not
disposed to bull his stocks. The solution of
the Omaha Northwest mystery is apparently
no nearer than it was twenty-four hours ago.
Shrewd traders say that the selling of Omaha
to day has been better than the buying.
Operators having especially valuaole sources
of information on the stock declare on the
othef hand that in realizing stock has been
taken and that to morrow or next
day another important rise will be
seen. No one, however, professes to know
whether the road is to be leased to
the Northwest or consolidated with it. The
best opinion is that there will be a consolida
tion in which provision will be made for cut
ting the famous melon. There is good in
formation that the Minneapolis and St. Louis
stocks will be taken in hand this week. They
have latterly followed the Omahas closely and
insiders are known to have bought a good
deal on the reaction from 35 to 32. A divi
dend on the preferred stock is something
more than a possibility. No adequate reason
has transpired for the rise in Lackawanna.
Insiders say that the road is earning as much
as the Northwest and that the stock is of even
greater value, but they do not say anything
about a stock dividend in connection with
the Buffalo extension. The advance has
been quickened by the covering of a consid
erable line of shorts. A Wall street trading
house is known to have covered largely with
in a few days.
rett was here for a few minutes to day and
held a consultation with the iron workers,
but no official aotion was taken. Mr. Jarrett
went to Pittsburg to night.
Illinois.
The lireach In the Scovllle Family.
Chicago, Aug. 15. The suit of George
Scoille against Mrs. Scoville, Frank Cole
and others now in court is over half a dozen
chattel mortgages given Cole on Scoville's
household and office furniture by Mrs. Sco
ville. Cole foreclosed the mortgages, taking
possession not only of the furniture, but also
of a number ef law papers. The whole mat
ter was referred by Judge Jameson to the
parties in interest in the hope of their effect
ing an amicable settlement. Mr. and Airs
Scoville seem to be hopelessly estranged.
WANTED,
EXPERIENCED Job Printing Press Feeders. None
need apply except those wishing steady work.
MDNS N CO.,
aul6 8t Bear 68 Court Street.
WANTED,
A SITUATION as Bookkeeper or Salesman by a
man of experience ; best of city reference. Ad
dress BEABD8LKY&SIOBY,
anl6 2t 178 Chapel Btreet.
WANTED,
SITUATION to cook, wash and Iron, cr do gen
eral Housework in a private family ; references
given Inquire at
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WANTED.
ATOUSO MAN of experience as an entry clerk
or assistant bookkeeper,
anlr? 2t " SARGENT It CO.
A Bold Bank Robbery-The Cashier aad
His assistant Knocked Insensible.
Kewanee, Aug. 15. Yesterday afternoon
two men called at the First National bank in
this city and asked permission to leave their
satchels there a short time. Abont 6 o'clock,
while Cashier Pratt and Miss Palmer, his as
sistant, were fixing their cash, the two men
knocked and asked for the satch
els. Miss Palmer opened the doer
and was grabbed by the neck
by one of the men, who then kicked her near
ly insensible. The other man rushed by her
toward the vault, near which jratt was stand
ins, and struck him on the head with a re
volver, knocking him senseless. Pratt and
Miss Palmer were then forced into the vault.
The burglars secured about $20,000, of
which $6,000 was gold, and left'the town
Miss Palmer and the cashier, after remain
ing imprisoned over an hour, succeeded
in breaking the lock and releasing
themselves. They are both fatally injured.
The bank robbers were seen this morning
near Mineral, 111. Parties were in hot pur
suit, with every prospect of arresting both
men. Over 300 men are scouting eveiy di
rection. Mr. Pratt and Miss Palmer are in a
bad condition to day. Miss Palmer is badly
bruised and feverish. She is prostrated by
the excitement. Business houses and shops
are all closed, the owners joining in the
chase.
WANTED.
y ITtTATIONS by two yonrfr girls one
Victory Over an Knglish Cutter.
iiiAKBLEHEAD, Aug. ii. a ten mile race
to day for $500 between the sloop Vixen of
the New York club and the famous Enelish
cutter Maggie was won by the former is four
Hours and forty minutes.
Killed While Stealing a Ride.
Oswego, Aug. 15. Two young men from
Watertown while stealing a ride to the fire
men's convention at Rochester this morning
were struck by the iron bridge six miles east
of hre and instantly killed.
Rochester, Aug. 15. Jacob Spies, aged
sixteen, catching a ride on an express tram,
jumped off at North street, btruck a pile of
rails, rolled oaca under tne cars ana was nor
ribly and fatally mangled.
Senator Hoar in Defense ot Mis Vote,
Boston, Aug. 15. Senator Hoar's defense
of his and the Massachusetts - members' vote
for the river and harbor bill will occupy two
columns of the morning papers. He starts
with the assertion that if they erred it was
with the sincerest desire to do right and
without the smallest motive to do wrong.
He deducts from the total appropriation the
,016,000 for the Mississippi river, Potomac
flats and future surveys against which there
is no objection anywhere, leaving $12,772,
87a for discussion. Of this he shows
that only $ 1,301,475 is for work
not previously beeun and of this
last amount he indicates items amounting to
$oo;r,uuu, wnicn ne says can be seen at a
glance are of national importance, leaving
only $4,141,475 for streams and harbors of
less familiar names, and he shows with
scrupulous care how the rights ef each one
of these to be admitted was tested. He
then shows that the appropriation is not
large compared with France's nineteen mil
lions annually appropriated. England's fif
teen millions in 1871, and the vast extent of
our river and coast lines in comparison with
those countries, as well as our immense in
ternal resources and the demand for cheap
transportation.
Courtney Probably Sharpening Hit Saw
Atjbubn, Aug. 15. A dispatch from Union
Springs says that Courtney has left for Sara
toga. In an interview Conrtney says : "It
will be a hard tussle between Boss and me
and I am going to row for all I'm worth."
New Hampshire.
A Dam Olves Way.
cjoncobd, Aug. 15. The dam at Holden's
Woolen mills at West Concord gave way this
morning, carrying away about seventy feet
of the Concord and Claremont railroad and
filling the basement of the mill with sand and
water. The damage cannot now be esti
mated.
PENNSYLVANIA,
Jy27
Very truly.
Business College,
331 Chapel St.
Thorough . Commercial
.Training. Fall Term be
gins Sept. 4th. Apply for
circular.
F. A. OABGILL.
JBIU8IC At. INSTRUCT lO.
Voice, Piano, Pluto.
MISS FANNY O. HOWE resume Sept. 10 Instruc
tion in the art of singing ; also npon the piano.
Singing at sight taught In classes on moderate terms,
Besldenoe 103 Crown near Temple St. KB. CHARLES
T. HOWE rwcumes instruction upon the flute. 10J
Orown street.
Choice Wall Papers !
Wall Papers. Wall Papers.
THE NEWEST PATTERNS
And Latest Styles at Lowest Prices
Broadway Paper Store,
No. 304 Broadway,
(Elm Street Side.)
fp9tf - - B. JEFFCOTTK.
Acquaint yourself with the merit, of the
",ilghtnie F;iteut Nbirl !"
And you will have no other.
Only to be had in this oity of
T. -P. Merwiu,
Sole Agent for New Haven.
Offlct (at Residence), Hfo. 28 College Street
Mali order, receive prompt attention. JyBl
-- - Soda Lemonade.
A HEW article for summer use, bottled ready fox
is
lac
'I'HJB
Oreat
LIQUID
FOR BLOOD, BRAIN AND
NERVES.
tWK STTPSTRTDB ITT R.I't'fVH UrTTTTjT-
CENTS. HICH IN PHOSPHATES AND NOT
A CHEAP, ALCOHOLIC DRINK. JEk Highly
recommended, by Chemists and PhysioJans as
A POSITIVE TONIC, ALWAYS
ACCEPTABLE AND RELIABLE,
as it does not stimulate the brain or irritate
the cyst cm and leave deleterious effects. On
the contrary, it furnishes Just that which is
necessary to the brain, strengthens and qui eta
the nerves, purifies the heart's Iood, and
thereby makes only the best flea , boT e and
muscle, It works wonde, urinir
MERVOrs and GENERAL DEBILITY.
MALARIA, DYSPEPSIA, LN 8 OMNIA.
Produces a healthy action of the Liver and
Kidneys, fortifying the system against the
miaematio influences, and will bo found in
valuable in all pulmonary and bronchial diffi
culties. DELICATE FEMALES, NTTKSINO
MOTHEEfl and WEAKLY CHXLPHEN can
find jo remedy equal to this hea1 chfi blood
and nerve food tonic. HTPor sale ry a) Drug
gie ts. gl.00 per bottle. Prepar. o-ily by
WHEAT BITTERS CO.,
Office 19 f ark Place, New York City.
. X HALL & BON.
I TOLD YOU SO!
piOAI. has already advanced in price as I autlcipa-
Vv ted, and I would advl.e all to lay In a supply
now, us intre win oe anoiner raise at tne mines soon.
I eell only the ' hoic.rt Ijehlah Vo lley Coal.
and always '25c a ton below the combination prioe,
weignc uuu quality s.uara teeu.
Immense Sale of Butter.
A large sbipmeut of Choifl. Creamery Butter
now! store aid to bo reialled at 4 1-4 lbs. for
gi. uooa raoie muter, 2Uo lb
Flour by the carload direct from the mills,
ana zor sate at x a Darrei Deiow tne retail price.
George W. H. Hughes,
Independent Coal Dealer,
auis 34 Church Street.
E. FREEMAN, Proprietor.
Open Jane 1 to October 1, 1882,
1UB' tne reception of summer
iboarders and transient guests. The
onse having been thoronohlv renovated
and refurnished, will be kept as a ftrst-olass
'house.
Horse car- na-s the debot everv fifteen minutes, to
ana rronvMew naven nepot. . . - jeMtosepf
ft t-MJ ill
3
James F. Beebe,
Builder and Jobber,
No. lO Temple Street.
JOBBING A SPECIALTY.
W Satisfactory work guaranteed. au2 Sm
GREAT ATTRACTIONS
A T RAIL BO D GROV. West Haven shore.
A Picnio parties will find it (Treat I y to their ad
vantage to visit Railroad Grove, Bavin Kook. this sea
son, as the ' Horse Railroad company have enlarged
and renovated their grove and leaed it to Patnam ft
Hale, who have more than doubled their vlotnallng
capacity ana are now reaay to tais Duainees at reason
able rates. They propose to run their restaurant strict
ly temperance. Sea Food and HiMtnan's famous Ice
"ream a specialty. Polite and experienced waiters In
attendance. There has also been bnilt in the Grove a
large Pool Room for the accommodation of all who
would indulge in a little Innocent amusement at the
seashore.
Je22 PUTNAM ft HALE, Proprietors.
CONQUEROR
OF ALL KIDNEY DISEASES.
The Bailroafl Waiting; Booms,
SAVIN ROCK,
avis oeen rennea ana eniargea, with two spa-
S s cious restaurant rooms proviaea ana ether ac
commodations, t-arties will
ception on all occasions.
my30 8m
guaranteed justi
O. HOWES.
LIGHTHOUSE POINT.
j. THE Grove House and Pavilion at
Lighthouse Point will be opened on
or abont the 10th of June for the accommo
dation of the public. The house fronts di
'rectly on Lome Island Sound, affords an ex
cellent view of Long Island Sound, and good bath
ing. Exonrsion and picnio parties will find this a
one 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 tne lessee.
Geo. C Weber,
my30 3m T3 CIT A PKI. STREET.
Jurymen Deny ln a Newspaper Charge.
Dublin, Aug. 15. The Freeman's Journal
is in trouble over the charges of drunken
ness that it brought against the jury -which
found Francis Haynes guilty of murder.
Graves, the foreman of the jury, appeared in
the court yesterday before Mr. Justice Law
son and asked for protection, and declared
that he was the last man who want to bed on
Friday night and that he could positively
swear that every man was particularly sober.
The judge hoped that attention would be di
rected to the outrageous article published for
the purpose of defeating the administration
of justice in that court, xne solicitor gener
al said it wag the intention of the government
to ask the attention of the court in a formal
manner to morrow to articles and documents
m tne jireemans journal, as tney oeiievea
tbe publication was calculated to seriously in
terfere with the administration of justice. It
is absolutely impossible that the business of
the oountry could be carried on if such mat
ters are tolerated.
Oreat Britain.
Cetewayo Restored to Ills Kingdom.
London, Aug. 15. In the House of Com
mons this evening Mr. Evelyn Ashley, under
eolonial secretary, announced the restoration
of Cetewayo to bis kingdom, stating that a
portion of Zululana would be reserved to tne
people and chiefs objecting to his restoration.
Colored Support For t he Regulars.
Williamspout, Aug. 15. The Pennsylva
nia State League continued its session this
afternoon. In addition to miscellaneous bus
iness a resolution was unanimously adopted
expressing pleasure at the candidacy of Wil.
liam Kesbitt, president of the league, for the
Assembly in Blair county on the Republican
ticket and cordially commending him to the
Republicans and citizens of that countv.
The committee on business presented an ad
dress to toe people oi the State, whioh, af
ter rehearsing the progress of the colored
raee through the aid of the Republican par
ty, pledged the league to the support of Gen
eral Bever and the regular Republican
ticket in the coming campaign. The address
was unant""'y nuupiea. xnis evening a
large ma88 meeting was held in the oourt
house, when Ueneral Beaver delivered an ad
dress and was louaiy applauded.
Competing For Places at Creedmoor.
New Yobs, Aug. 15. There were seven
States and the District ot Columbia repre
sented in the opening competition at Creed-
moor to-day for places on the American team
in the international match. The States were
New York, District of Columbia, Pennsylva
nia, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Connecticut,
Massachusetts and Colorado. The Maine cob-
tingent did not get here in time to begin the
competition. The entire number of entries
to day was twenty-six. From Massachusetts
came C. W. Hinman, Company D, First regi
ment, Boston ; from Rhode Island, W. M
Farron, Newport artillery ; from Connecticut,
Adjutant John K. Williams, First regiment.
Hartford, and Lieutenant George LaBarnes,
Company K, Seoond regiment, Walling-
ford. All sorts of rifles were used
by the competitors. The shooting was
uperintended by General Wingate, Colonel
J. G. Storey, assistant inspector general of
rifle practice, and Secretary G. J. Seabury of
the National Rifle association. No two men
from the same place shot from the same fir
iog place. General Wingate expressed him
self as well satisfied with the representatton
of the several States. It was decided during
the afternoon to aaa a match to tbe pro
gramme for the autumn prize meeting at
Creedmoor. The prize is a valuable
watch and the match will be open
to all comers, at one thousand yards, fifteen
shots, entries unlimited, $2 for tbe first and
for each subsequent entry. In the first
contest this afternoon, at 200, 300 and 600
yards, the highest score out of a possible
105 points was made by L L. Ueden, or
Binshamton, and S. E. Irlam, of Ilion, eaoh
having 92. The shooting in the second stage
was extremely poor. Unly nine of tbe oom
petitors exceeded sixty-seven, the qualifying
score in the local competitions. The highest
score, 80, was made by A. B. Yanhensen, of
New York, who also came off with the high
est score in the both stages, his figure being
169 ; the next lowest, that of Ogden, being
166.
to cook.
wash and iron, and the other to do se'ond work
or take care of ohildren : both would be willing to go
a short distanoe Into the country ; good city referen
ces Apply for two days at
an!6 If 46 HAMILTON BTREET.
WANTED,
A SITUATION by a Swedish girl to do general
housework In a small family Inquire at
aul 6 1 f 83 SPRUCE STREET.
WANTED,
A SITUATION by a respectable and competent
girl to do general housework or seoond work in
a private family. Ca'l at her present place,
an IS 2f 17(1 OAK STREET, oor. Hows.
WANTED,
A SITUATION by a yonng Butcher, thoroughly
posted In the business ; can give good referen
ces. Apply ss
anl6 2t S FOOTE 8TREET.
WANTED,
AN active, willing yonng man to assist In the of
fice of a wholesale gr eery ; must be s good pen
man, and qnlck and aoourste with figures. Appli
cants will address,! n own handwriting, stating
age, experience, and salary expected.
anlB tf P. Q. BOX 1187. City.
WANTED,
A SITUATION in private family to do general
honsewerk or seoond work. Apply at
aulS 3t 887 FRANKLIN STREET.
WANTED,
TWENTY good canvassers to travel In New Haven
Oounty and vicinity for an old established house
with a staple line of merchandise. Active men can
easily earn two thousand dollars a year. Address
anlS at P. O. DRAWER 38, City.
WANTED.
AN energstio man ss traveling salesman,
termlned to succeed Apply after 9 to
one de-
THE SOUTH.
surt 2t
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298 Chapel Btreet.
Alabama.
The March of Yellow Fever.
Montgomery, Aug. 15. Montgomery
quarantined against Pensacola. It was
ported last night that yellow fever cases
lately become very numerous and that
health officer had been ordered to make
investigation.
has
re-had
the
an
WANTED,
t TWO OB three Rooms, suitable for light
housekeeping, and within five minutes' walk
of the P. O. Apply at
5f 412 OHAPEL STREET.
WANTED,
A SITUATION by a young German girl to do gen.
eral housework, or to sot ss seoond girl. Apply
at
aulS at
37 BISHOP STREET.
Georgia.
Senator Hill Unconscious.
Atlanta, Aug. 15. Senator Hill bag been
unconscious all day and can retain no food
taken either by tube or enema. Hia pulse is
feeble and fast and temperature one hundred
and forty.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
The Star Route Trials Further Argu
ments for the Defense A. Scene at the
Treasury Department Other Matters.
Washington, Aug. 15. Mr. Carpenter con
tinued his argument for the defense in the
Star route trial to day. He explained brief
ly the meaning of the term "expedition" as
applied to the Star routes, "declaring that the
law provided that when a route was expe
dited, and the number of men and animals
increased, the pay shall be pro rata nnder the
contract; and he asserted that it was disingen
uous on the part of the counsel for the pros
ecution to pretend that the government
should have put on the expedition at a lower
rate. It was insisted that there had been
great extravagance in regard to the expedi
tion of routes. The defence had offered to
prove that there had been no extravagance
but the prosecution had objected and the
court had sustained the objection. Mr. Car
penter then proceeded to take up in detail
the routes in regard to which fraud is
charged, asserting the importance of the ex
pedited service, and attempting to prove that
importance by a reference to the geograph
ical position and geological formation of the
territory to which the service was to be per
formed. The President is not expected to return be
fore the middle of September.
The Treasury department will cease re
ceiving bonds in exchange for 3 per cents on
the 20th. The question of priority as to
bonds mailed at the same time will be de
cided by lot, a lady clerk having been select
ed to draw them at random.
Senator Cockrell left for home to day, and
Senator Beck goes to-morrow. They are
about the last members to depart.
Something of a scene occurred in front of
the Treasury department to day, caused by
Solicitor Kenneth Raynor severely repri
manding a well dressed lady, who came in a
carriage, for her persistence in attempting
to influence him in a case whioh he has under
consideration as solicitor of the Treasury
department. The lady made no reply exonpt
to deny that she was attempting blackmail.
FIRE RECORD.
WANTED.
BY A YOUNG lady In business. Board and
Room, not more than five or ten minutes' walk
from the orner of Chapel and Orange tresta :
references exchangee. ; private family preferred. Ad
dress, stating terms and location, Miss L ,
cars of Y. W. C. A , 2 a Chapel street. anlS 8t
WANTED,
A TRUSTWORTHY American woman desires a
position as housekeeper, care of an sged person
or motherless children ; Is competent to till any posi
tion ; city or oountry ; good reference given. Address
i or on. wom, - an, u. x.," bo r erry Btreet,
anlS at . . How Haven, Conn.
WANTED,
Stitchers Experienced Straight
Stitchers wanted at the
ATLANTIC CORSET WORKS,
3 Factory 8 tract.
aul5 2t
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IN A LAWYER'S ofBoe, a yonng man IS to 18 y av
oid ; must be a good penman and oom well ree
P. O. BOX gas, New Baven.
ommended.
auUSt
Address
WANTED
TO BUY, lot of Second-hand Furniture and Oar
pats. Highest cash price paid. Orders by mall
promptly attended to, at
Jaif ag CHURCH STREET.
TEM.MLrOYIv.EIVT OFFICE."
FOR MALES AND FEMALES.
HELP of different nationalities esa be supplied
to private f sallies, boarding houses, hotels
and restaurants. The proprietor of this establish- "
ment pays great attention la the choice of girls and
women before sending them to nil situations. Calls
from the country, at any distanoe, are promptly at
tended to. Male help fwr all kinds of work.
MR4. T. MULLIGAN,
'e2 tf lMy St John street, near Artisan.
O, Wait! O, Wait!
FOB
RYDER'S
Grand Mammoth Excursion,
Friday, August 18th,
FOR
New York, Fort Lee & Tarrytown,
On the world-renowned steamer,
" PLYMOUTH ROCK,"
lls, sad 61 Grand Staterooms ; six
n New York, four hours st Fori
Havoe Wrought by the Flames.
Nashua, N. H., Aug. 15. Over twenty
fires have been reported to-day on the line of
the Wilton, Peterboro, Manchester and Keene
railroads. A large fire in Shattuck woods on
the line of the Wilton road, three miles from
this city, has been raging for two days, but
its further progress is now checked, assist
ance having been sent from this city.
MOVEMENTS OP STEAMERS.
With Chimes of Belli
hours time given In
Le, ana two nonrs at 'rarrytown. a aaii or over auv
miles oa the Hound and up the Hudson River.
Fare for the Round Trip, only 75c
Special Exonrsion Trains on all the railroads run
ning Into New Haven. Leave Bells Dock a g;SU a.
m.. Canal Dbck at 9 a. m. For particulars apply to
Jj. E. RIDER & CO..
anil MT6 Chapel Utroet.
WEBER'S
SUNDAY EXCURSION I
And Sacred Concert,
At aLIsththon96rove.
, . a The Steamer " IVERN1A" will leave
IViHJ'iuii. iwt t . " p.
m. everv Uundav.
All kin s of Sea Food and
at the Grove.
Refreshments supplied
JylS 'Jm
A Quiet Resort !
"Osprey Boacli"
.The Coney Island of Connect ent
On the Ocean's Brink.
The I
New Yokk, Aug. 15. Sailed, the Wyoming for Liv
erpool. Arrived, the Polynesia from Hamburg.
(jueeostown Arnvea, tne opaia irom new lore.
TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS.
Panic on an Bxcurslon Steamet.
Philadelphia, Aug. is. The excursion
steamer Thomas Clyde, running between this
city and Bombay Hook on the Delaware,
broEe her cross head and piston opposite
Penn's Grove early this evening. A panic
ensued among the passengers by the sudden
stopping of the boat. Women fainted, the
children were terrified and the men put on
life preservers, several of whom were intoxi
cated and jumped overboard. The steamer
John A. Warner came to the rescue and
brought the passengers to this oity, a num
ber of whom are yet suffering from the
fright. The Clyde was badly disabled and
taken to the dry dook at Wilmington.
NEW YORK.
EGYPT.
Bargains in Books!
I desire to inform the publio that I have been ap.
pointed New Haven Atrent for
The Useful Knowledge Publishing Co.,
I am prepared to offer the new works of the stand
ard auttiors at ninazlngly low prices.
Speoial attention le cawed to
Scbiiler's 30 Years War, 40c.
Green's History of English Peo
ple, 91.00.
Irvingr's Complete Works, $7.50.
au eiegantiy oouna ana Drintea on good paper.
Shakesoeare, complete, 60c
Dante, 75c.
Catalogues gladly furnished on application.
EDWARD DOWNES. 3s...
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The Melts Garrisons Increased Bedouins
Gathering; There In Force General
Wolseley In Command Renewed Ac
tivity at the British War Office An
other Ruse of the Sultan.
Alexandria, Aug. IS. The Meks forts
were this morning reinforoed by a large body
of troops. A small body of British troops
from Ramleh while reconnoitering In the
neighborhood of the enemy's camp near
King Osman were pursued by a party of the
native troops, who, however, disappeared
when the EDglish stood and fired a volley.
The reason for strengthening the forts
was that large bodies of Bedouins had been
gathering there. The forts are now farther
reinforced by a detachment of Highlanders
and marine artillery. Kews comes from the
outposts that Arabi has sent emissaries all
over the country calling for a meeting of the
leaders in his interest for next Sunday. It
is stated that his activity will be extended
into the upper Egyptian country, and that
the Bedouins are now well organized along
the Kile in his interest, and that they have
sent to have him officially accept command
ers of their choice. The civil authorities at
The Races at Utlca.
Utioa, Aug. 15. The races began to-day.
The first race, the 2:38 class, was won by
Wilson, Eva seoond, Topsey third ; time
2:2 i, 2:23, 2:23. In the 2:22 class Unalala
won, JR. H. seoond, Lmcreeoe third ; time
2:23, 2:22i, 2:22i, 2:22, 2:24.
NEW JERSEY.
The Stock Exchange A Lively Day
the Street.
jnew ioiik, Aug. la. speculation was ac
tive and generally strong on the Stock Ex
change again this morning, but the greatest
advance and activity as on yesterday were in
some of the granger and coal shares. The
revival of the talk about scrip dividends and
leases among the grangers and of twisting
the shorts in the coal roads formed the chief
cause of the further rise in these stocks to
which the remainder of the active lists lightly
responded. In the opening business St.
Paul and Omaha was the feature and started
the ball, the common advancing to 55 and the
preferred to 112J. The transactions on the
way up were unusually large and attended
with much excitement. The North wes
shares followed with a rise to 150 for the
c mmon and to 173 for the preferred. Bt.
Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba then fell in
to line and rose steadily until 149T . was
touched. The quotations for all these stocks
with the single exoeption of Northwest com
mon, which sold at 230 in the great corner
some years ago, are the highest ever made.
The St. Paul shares sympathized to a mod
erate extent, the common selling np to 124
and the preferred to 131) i. The meeting of
the Chicago and Northwestern direotors ' at
Saratoga this week is looked forward to with
much interest by the speculators,
as it is expected that , definite ao
tion will be taken on some
of the questions now agitating the street.
The movement in the coal roads was impor"
tant in Lackawanna and Beading, the former
advancing 11-2 per cent, to i48, and the lat
ter 1 3-8 per cent, to 61 7-8. Delaware and
Hudson rose 1 per cent, and Jersey Central
was barely steady. The average advanr in
) at 1
ion
Hearings Before the Tariff Commission.
Long Branch, Aug. 15. The tariff com
mission heard arguments this morning from
Mr. O. Hammerstein, of New York, in favor
of an inoreased duty on Sumatra tobacco, be
cause it was so good that it was interfering
with the culture of American tobacco ; from
Mr. Harry Vernon, of Philadelphia, in favor
of an inorease of duty on enamelled brick, and
from Mr. K. E. Hastings, of Philadelphia,
gold leaf manufacturer, against the inorease
ef the duty on gold leaf asked for by the
journeyman gold beaters.
The whole of the afternoon session, was
spent in executive session. After a second
brief recess the commission went again into
secret session and examined a New York
custom house official on the practical work
ing of the tariff up to 7 p. m.
Ihe commission held a special seoret meet
ins to night which lasted until after 10
o'clock. It is understood that more offioiala
of the New York custom house were nnder
examination as to defects in the operation of
tbe present laws.
Result of Speculating In Stocks.
Norbistown, Aug. 15. Clarence M. Sog
ers, the Mt. Holly, N. J., nndertrker and
furniture dealer, is said to have left for parts
unknown yesterday, taking all bis assets with
him after victimizing a number of Philadel
phia firms for large amounts He was sup
posed to be well off, but was known to have
been speculating heavily in stocks.
THE WEST.
Ohio.
The Third Effort a Success.
Stetjbenville, Aug. IS, The third at
tempt made this summer to rob the postoffice
here proved successful. At midnight bur
glars blew, open the safe with dynamite and
secured a small amount or money.
The Oreat Strike of Iron Workers.
louuosTowN, Aug. 15. A crisis in the
great iron strike whereby five thousand men
have been thrown out of employment in the
Mahoning valley for thirteen weeks is near
at hand. Brown, Bonnell & Co., the largest
iron manufacturers in this section, will to
morrow ask their old employes to go to work
at $5 50 per ton for puddling and if they re
fuse the mills will be Btarted with non-union
men or union men if they see proper to
work. The other iron manufacturers have
taken no steps looking toward resumption
ana will await tne outcome at Brown. Bon-
nell& Co.'s, who state positively that their
mills will run without signing the SS scale
reaffirmed by the late Chicago convention of
the amalgamated association. President Jar-
Herr Buoher, Prince Bismarck's principal
assistant in tbe Prussian office, is abont res
tiring to private life.
Chaunoev Pinnell, aged twenty-eight, a
brakeman on the Pennsylvania railroad, was
knocked from the top of a freight car by a
bridge near Medea, Penn., last evening and
killed.
Base ball yesterday : At New York, Metro
politans 7, Clevelands 4 ; at Beading, Pa.,
Actives 6, Atlantica of Canada 0 ; at Cincin
nati, Cincinnatis 2, Baltimores 1.
'Little thanks are due to him who only
gives away what is of no use to himself."
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have done. It will change light or fad
hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy
brown. Ask your druggist for it. Each
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New York, and Geo. 0. Goodwin A Co., Bos
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ELM CITY
Will wake regular trips to this famous seaside resort,
oommencing Tuesday, July 11th, and every 'Tuesday
aud Saturday thereafter, except Jly SS, leaving Bella
Dock at a. m., remaining at the Beach S hoars,
arriving ws New Haven about 9:no p. m. Pare.
IMfortastnp, no liquors soia. snore inn nor
served at the Beach and Royal Bavarian Band gives
eonoerta. Fine sea bathing SO bathing aouasa.
Large danolng platform.. Tickets to sola by K.
Dowses, SUB Chapel street. - .
Jyi tr s. MX. wmi, aawn.
SUNDAY
AT-
CONEY ISLAND , OR ROCKAWAY.
THE STEAMEIl ELM. CITY
Will leave Belle Dock SATURDAY NIOHTS (until
farther notloe), at 11:S0 p. m., oommenetng inly Sth.
landing at 33d street, and oonneot with Manhattan
Beach Ballroad for Coney Island, and at Sith street
ferry iotly a short distanoe from Sad street), for
Boekaway via N. Y , W. H. A Roc sa way B. R.
BiTtsantg Leave Peck Blip for new 5aven direct
at il p. m, Sunday.
Fare for the trip $1.TS, Including rallroa ticket to
above plaees. ly Sad
STAIN'S
."18 8 8
STARIN'S GLEN ISLAND.
bONO ISLAND SOUJflK
Finest Day Summer Besort on the
Sound.
STARIR,
TI1K STKAHBR JOHSf H.
Oapt. afcALLXSTKR.
n from New
Island SATURDAY,
After this date, commencing July 6th will
1 my ILL make the flrst trip of the
TV Baven to this beautiful
Splendid Bnsines Chance t
FOR SALE,
IN A manufacturing village of 2,000 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 elthsr branch of trade and the
only one of the kind In the village. The chance will
be open for 10 days, unless sooner disposed of. For
particulars, address
auipet " B.," P. O. Box Ml, Birmingham. Ot.
Investment Securities.
30 shares N. Y., M. H. as H'fd K. R., non-taxable.
SO shares Danbury a Norwalk R. It., "
SO shares Winchester Arms Oo,, "
60 shares American Bank Note Co. '
N. H. As Northampton 's and 6's. "
N. Y. A N. Eng. KK. 6's and 7's, "
Small lots of Mechanics, County, Merchants and
Yale National Bank Stocks, N. BL Gaslight Co., N. Y
Oentrnl RH. and Lake Shore RR.
w. T. HATCH a 808,
anil Corner Chapel and Orange Streets.
STEREOSCOPES !
A GOOD Scope for II cents, and 13 Views free of
charge, Just received, a an assortment of
Original Views, 8 cants each, at -
; most
NORTItttOP'S. -e een
- , s, and a
au9 . , ' 458 St-ard by the
steam man
Bice made
June 34. After this date, exmuneaelng
mske TWO trips iwk week, TUESDAYS and '
THURSDAYS. Will leave StaMn's Pier, foot of Brew
ery street ave mlnates' walk from the Depot, at S:S9
a. m. sharp. - Returning leave Glen Island at 8:80 p.
m., arriving In slew Haven in time to oonneot with
the 8 o'olooi trains.
Fare, New Haven to the Island.. ................ f SO
- " - and return 7S
" New York via Ui island 1.00
m and return via the
Island and Pier 14, North River LSO
GUCN ISLAND Is one of the finest day Snmmsr
Resorts la America adapted to the tastes of the
moat refined. Great Improvement sine last season.
Everything done with an ays to the eomfort and
mi .mm nf . .nnrainntsta. ....
Two Grand Ooneerto dally by Oraiulla's celebrated
Seventh Regiment Band.
Old fashioned Rhode Island Clam Bake served on
the arrival of the boat.
GOOD MUSIO every trip by the celebrated Thomas'
Orchestra.
No intoxicating! drinks aaa be obtained oa
the boat, which Is sufficient goanntee that nothing
caa occur to mar the pleasure of any who eaoose to
avail themselves of these excursions.
The Island is well policed. Ladles ana children
unattended need aot fear molestation.
W. B. MUiLBR, Agent, Startn lier.
tr Vo free list. )e90m
Grand Weekly Excursions to
Coney Island and Manhattan Beach!
allowing nonrs as
"", Oa and after WEDNESDAY, July 1.
JWftjatfaSZ.''" Steamer BOSEDALB WiU kssvo
Br" "gopoi t on tee arrival of 6:80 train from Mew He
Tan every Wednesday to Coney Island and Manhattan
Beach, (eonaeetlng at Oreen point with ana-awn
Beach Railroad,) leaving arldgeport at 1:SS a. sa a,
riving at Marhetten Beeoh at 13 as. Besaralng Will
leave Manhattan Beaoh at 8:8 p. as. Far lor th
Excursion from Bridgeport, Al. Chi'drsa. SOc Meal
served at all hours. Ticket are good for the dap
only. tWThs Stea: BOesDAAJC an every Wed-
Uon from business. - ... Oraannolat at :tn, ana
Abundant references (lvegg p, m. jjTX aUXittf
s
V
application.
O.
ffioa houss 13 to 4 o'olooi
autaodtm
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