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TOL. UI Jcnc 24, 1SS4. Bum mm SUMMER GOODS. Large tr White Alan w fie madie-up Sacq e, &c, Ac., &c. ev ?ry feind. matched Embroideries, All-over Embroider ies, leigc and Ecru Laces, Nets, &c. SilS. and .Lisle loves and MMts, ail lengths, in colors, White and Black. Summer Hosiery, Summer Under wear for ladies and gentlemen. 7ft i AftO .68 CHAFE Ij STREET. 411 cur Fine ghofs at a great reduction from former prices. A very large stock of Men's canvas goods for lawn tennis and base ball shoes. Ladies' French Kid Suton Boots $3 SO. Ladles' Cnracoa Kid Button Boots 82.50. 773 CHAPEL STREET, BETWEEN ORANGE AMD STATE STREETS. Removed from OUR TWENTY-FOURTH SEMI-ANMAL or CO T53, EP "M? aiatch for Parlor. Reception Boom, Dining Boom, Hall and Library nee. IXQRAINS OF ALL GRADES AKD PRICES. Ospartuient In the State. DOMESTIC AND OBtENTAL RUG3. In endless Variety, Style and Trice. THE WINDOW SHADE AND PAPER HANGING DEPARTMENTS - .1.0 more collate than ever before. Customer, will do well to leave their order, for furnishings with a SHlislac.lon la guaranteed in every case. Call on ne No. 914 Chapel Street Old Number 390 New leworls ! FIjAtiS AND CHINESE JjANTUKIVB, In Oreat Quantities at G J. MOFFATT'S Paper Warehouse, 495, 7, 49J AND 501 STATE STREET, JbUUT wr JEhn. ax have.. Admiration which is richly de fierved is everywhere being bestowed fni; ivfathiiRbek Pianos, ol "V" - r , nmfS2 wmcn so many nay wa. " goods nave 10 ue puucu.u....- - - -. witb great energy, but the Mathushek Piano sells itselt While business at large is suffering a great depression, Ihere are no dull times at the Temple of Music. The public has learned ti appreciate what is first-class in fllusv cal Instrumen-'s and Pianos cf high ..i;, s.u rnillv at fair prices Visitors are eordtally welcomed at our otores, and a call and examination oi our stock does not incur any obliga- inntnnnrxinun. We are bappy to ahnnr ('rww! M even to thOSe WllO do HOl intend to buy, and we carefully avoid ... con rteousiy treaieu, ua F'"""" at satistactory prices. TEMPLE "EIGHlUE PATENT SHIRT" la the moat perfect fitting, the finest quality, the beat made, and cheapest shirt in the world. Only to be had in this city of T. f MRU-' IN, Sole Apent for New Haven. im. . Resifience). S. as College Postal orders receive prompt attention 121 . o. a ff . I 15.1 J 4-natn fl I ti. rl. WIIM, DENTIST, 6 Hoadley BatUdlatf; (Opp. Postomee.1 OFFI0E HOURS :a0 I days II to II a. m. t,i. to 8 p. m. Eur at a.T n.rim ThTCS. Olty annooi ""-. ".r -; -- , s Haven. r : . . .,,'.! iirui. , Hchool that 1 1. 1884, at Ms offloe, so. 8 City HalL Church "lnlar offlce hours, igfS.gTIiV P Col'ector of the Above Named Taxes. Sew n.v.n. Conn.. June II, 1884. ju 1Bt- Horses and Carriages For Sale and To Let. . - w vino in all its branches. 0R3M . moUlty. Any- their advantage to giv fc 0Q 108 Franklin Street. Jelltf BOLTON 4 NEELY, E. MALLEY & CO. CORSET DEPARTMENT. nun r! CVIRI F RUSTLE The WgBtelt and S Illln ILaLll Sal awa wv.r. Kasue in n'"- graceful ap a elegant and most pearauc " ,ar)ta for Jer- shape. eey wear.) IN MUSLIN -m .t ran a M Iklf 411 50c. . OdC. s ?"v-.rTMFIiT PJlRSET DtrA.1ir.lcn. BOLTON & IN EjkjL 1 - 4i.i v.AMaa TC-wrnsninfttfOIl. - l,"7""he wTue ha.d at High A School Building in Ne Haven oa Wedntanaj V"?i SirS ..a m t those who are soe imnnrtnnitv. If the reader Will examine uu "V " V" " lmporiuuiiv, t' . itt. thn ?nni a -own can purchase C. M. LOOMIS. and Ecru Robes just received. Dresses, Wrappers, Dressing Large sale of White Goods of State Street. 1 V at the old stand. 9 Haven, Conn. 3! . .AAi. vn am Dh.m nA - " OF MUSIC. tomb aris? SA.VIN ROCK. GOOD BOARD, with or without rooms, at White Cottage, Summer street, near to oains, nler and railroad. je2312t Summer Boarders. nnnn nriARD !ht-i? nleasaut rooms, pure air, nice shade trees, daily mall, can be found fii'-'H at a large ana neanj ai"- u. " . A, ff.T,,fiT. .iv.taironnd in West Tornng- lnf ConuT. on direct road to and near Goshen. Terms $1 per day. Addrees jiio.s. C. BABCOOK, West xorringio , i;onu. jers et- ROART) AND ROOMS . wki (ranUamfln n.u be accommodated with nrst-claas board and pleasant room? with n.nriorn improvements. Locality second to none in the city. Terms moderate. PP'y"., Jes lm Bo w waiia "n1"" A. M- HOLMES, HAS for rent the 2u Boor of house No. 83 niyaiBBj iTs a w m..m (fill Houston 06., 1U P?r nuta. iumi wi u.u" ,3 xj t T i, at. 190 Clinton Ave.. 1st floor. iToTer month. Half cf House 117 Meadow St., 1S per month. 2d noor ro. - n w n." "--i , ... Mnt. An Tw Kt for 3 per month each. Also for aale bouses 7 woour bi.,i 29 Auburn St. and Atwater St., on easy terms. ,arWANTKi) Thirty more Houses to rent. ma4 ogglUiil 6tf uHtttw biiv-" foe imm Several nice HOUSES. TRWKMENTS. A lot of first-class Tenements, 10 to S30 per month. NSURANut. Fire Insuranoe policies given in the beat companies and none others. Those who are changing ineir reeiaeuue wi oy"uB MiiMiinM tAit we will insure vour rurui- ture or Dwelling at the LOWEST POSSIBLE RATE. Property placed in our nanus win u. Ke pairs made at lowes ngures ry roinirewu, ww- Rents Collected . H. C. iONG'8 Agency. 3 Uborch Street. OPEN EVENINGS. Opposite Poatomce. a25tf BOUND TO BLOW, IF I D0NT SELL A FISH. E. S. STEVENS Win sell Groceries as Cheap as the Cheapest. Tb Beat Brands In the city for l per bag.: .Good Family Flour for 85o per bag. 14 lbs uranniatea ougar iw 15 lbs Extra G for (1. IS lbs Light Brown for $1. reisTooneeand Spies, Best Quality at Lowsat ; Prices. Come and see me at 87 Whalley Avenue. Telephone Connection. Orders Delivered. ifi. 8. 8TJKVISN8. leS ThMnMt nimom In tbe olty to buy wood by the cord hslf cord, quarter cord or l -vrrel. Orders by mavl or telepbons will receive prompt attention. NEW HAVEN WOOD TARD, IK14 tf Is K&it btrMt. opp. RlFrUit. Big seduction in Prices of Meat, ! Peas at 40c a peck; 980 quart, or rrie.a.rc.x.ot- tuoe 10. ttsawaw ' - ' im pound Very large Bananas So each. jLVerytblng else very cheap. L. SCHONBERGER'S. Xros. 1 3 and 3 Central Market. fireworks ! . ' w. FOB SALE. A GOOD two-family Honas with modern Im provement ; corner lot 47jtfiS0 feet ; located on one of the beet avannea In the eitv. A hat. gin for eome one. Cell et TO Church attest. Boom 3. i f L,. F. OOM8TO0K. FOB 8AI1E. 2 a FINK residence In Wsat Ha van on First Mavonnb, containing II rooma, also barb, hen nery, bath house and all neoeieary ontbnlld- :n., in good repair ; well atojjted with fruit trera knd grapeMnSt. Lot, 340 feet front with a depth of rest, the rear facing the harbor. Also a house and lot on Water etreet. Lot 96 feet front, running back to the channel 320 feet deep ; a good location lor a Dnaineea enterprise aeemng a whan privilege. x or price, c. can on or aaoreea WALTEB A. MAIN, J 23 Weet Haven, Oonn. FOR RENT. f& MODERN HOUSE, 11 rooms. No. 369 Fortaea i atret at $37 per month. i Five rooma, upper floor, Wo. 268, at $13.60 per montn. No. 69 Oarllale atreet. Ant floor, SI? per month. Apply to S. A- WABNEB, je!9 lOt 106 Crown Street. FOR RENT. THE reatanrant of the Florence Hones, fnr- t,3 niched complete, ready for bueinesa. For par Jtlcul.ni apply to KOHS BROS., 44 Church atrees, or na on. pel atreec. joih t For Sale Cheap, A BUILDING Lot, located within a few mln- Ijp'j utaa' walk of the poatomce. call at R. E. BALDWIN'S Real"; Katate Agency, 818 Chapel Street. Jltdaw For Sale at a .Bargain. mA BEAUTIFUL two-story oottsge house, con taining nine rooms, situated in the pleasantest part of the village of Saratoga Springs, New York, within ten minutes' walk of the celebrated mineral springs and large hotels. Lot 100x160 feet, on the coiner of Third and Catherine ttreets; within one block of Jndge Hilton's park, on high ground ; one of the healthieat localltiea in the village. A por tion of the nurchae monev cn remain on mortgage. Kdtaired. For full information call on or address E. F. DURAND, grocer, 824 State street, newnaven. je!4 lm FOR SALE, j several lots at Sachem's Head. Guilford. Eli One of tbe nlceit places on the Sound to spend JsiiULtho Summer, for map appiy 10 T. G. Sloan & Son, Room 3. Benedict Building. Or OAPT. O. N. BROOKS, Gnllford, Conn. iS FOR RENT. -ae-A ONE front room. 73x38, on fourth floor of n,.nnini.n Ttniidinir. No. 698 Chapel atreet. fmVery desirable for a light manufacturing bus iness, nremises oeing snppuea who hhhj ww, steam heat and elevator for freight. Lighted on three sides. May be leased for a term of years. m25tf 92 Orange Street. PIIK HAI.K OK RENT. ggg. TSE House No. 283 Orchard street to a email gn f smily. Bent 18 per moni.Q ECB8EIiIi fdtf 834 Chapel street. FOR SALE, JgS, Two family house on Sylvan Avenue, S800 KiHl cash required. Two family house on Jackson UiiiL street, $350 cash required. TSiitf GEO. A. BOOT, 808 Chapel St. FOR RENT, A NICE Tenement on Blatchley avenue, south of Grand street, A nice Tenement on Blatchley avenua, north of Grand street. Two lower Tenements on srigni street " i month. , . - Several Tenements on uaven sireei inns per month. TfiI 16 Kxetasnre Bnllrtlnaf, FOR SALE, 4LABGE Lot on Shelton Avenue. Only a small mm mnnired down. The balance can remain on mortgage and be paid for in installments. Horse oars pars the premises every mw. - - 125 feet on the avenue and 135 feet deep, lor particulars Oill at MERWIN'S Real Estate OfBce, mju 1 FOR RENT, hm, FIVE rooms No. 663 StoU street, water clos 5i3 et. gas and water; and five rooms corner Sooth i3 and Pork Btreets. Inquire at No. 792 Chapel sweet, Room 2. B ncv- Thomas O'Brien & Co., Real Estate and Loan Agents. 800 CHAPEL, STREET, . -, . . , .a k a im, Mnt. In annia to auit. 1 or sale, doable house and lot, 6O1ISO on Chapel street, for $7,500. Small house and large 101 on v non street for S,500. Large two-family house on Or chard atreet, opposite Charles street, for J2,250-e t' r' ... h. larce lot on Congress avenue; will be solo for much less than its worth, as the owner Is leaving tne city. j.w uu" lace ttrcot, near urana, jor saie yoij u-i. Offlre nnen every evening. i2 FOB SASjE, MA FIRST-CLASS HOUSE, modern built, with all the improvements, 14 rooms bee dea Ihe closets and bathroom, located central , price and terms that will make it an object to buy. Call and aee it. l'Uit, JSEiXJI A., A number of good Houses and Tenements. Money to loan in amounts to aoommodate on reaies- tate security. 0 No. VO Cnurcn Biroet, ivvm . Offlce Open Kwenlnga from T to 8. I.. F. COMSTOCK. m24 . . FOR SALE. Mgju No. 250 James Street, just north of Grand j t$'i Sheet, on a lot 55x180, a nearly new seven room JOCM hong, that can ba ocoupied by two email fami lies. The entire premises have oeen wen c and are in arst-class order. Price FOR RENT, The Grand Street Livery Stsblca (old number, 182) formerly occupied by Allen Seaman. The premises are modern and dtsirable In sll respects and in per- feet order, i here are eccouiu!uu.- six horses and ample storasa tor me oKiBg.." A low price for the rental will be made to a lesponsi ble tenant. FOR RENT, Thirteen houses and thirty-one tenements in vari ous parts 01 the city. Open jLvenmgD HORACE P. HOADLEY, Hoadley Building. jio FOR RENT, a flnt-clisa house rn York Street, near rfe.nei. Has 12 rooms. All modern con veniences, and is in fine condition throughout. TSSh at 17 York St. h" tb vii7. w rtf i onenieff of the new railroad to JL West Haven there will be some call for BUILDING LOTS. I have a tract of land, finely situated, oloee by West Haven Green on Church Street, auu leei iryu. - iIvTll. for the whole lot. There is nothing elae ao favorably located that can be bought m FOR SAXiE OR RENT, tcttiiiv tn minntea drive of postoffloe, genteel house, 8 or 9 rooms, nice barn, henery ... -hik.n. two or three acres of lana, large Quantity of apples, cherries, grapes and small fruit ; neighborhood, beautiful shade Totheriaht party wlU rent reasonable, or ill sell more or less lanu w .un. .. . -t. HINMAN'fl REAL ESTATE AGENCY, -,of 63 Church 8treet. A Cottage to Rent on tne East KTinre. One of the largest, best located, and most de sirable cottages at Morris Cove nearNew Haven to rent for the season. It has a large kitchen (witu water brought in), dining room and sitting . mi r 1-K7A sleenlne rooms well furnished. There is also a good barn belonging with it. Apply in TT STEVENS, at the offloe of the G. . WARHrJJ STFG. CO., 212 Last street, new naven. i u. Healty Exchange. Houses, Lots, lients, JLoans. For rent, houaea, tenements and stores in good lo o&litiea. . , . M M poses within four mi antes walk of postoffloe, tilty aoina lnt on Kelsev snd Kldtfe Avenass, West Trnwa a.ln -lY Avnnanfffl xTDDeriv IU7 UWluns uua - Haven. Call at onoe. Room 4. Glebe Building, oorner Church and Chapel ml9 OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS. HINMAfi'S REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENCY. Vanev to lean at S rjer cent. Pronertv in all parts of the oity for sale. Seashore ntaldnecea and lots at Savin Rock shore and West Ha ven. The beautiful Savin Rock, including several acree of natural grove. This ia the finest location for a hotel or residence In the State and will be sold at a bargain. l i. jbuhmajm. mv2 63 Church St. FOR SALri. $4,000 will buy a brick house in the center Egls of the city ; 11 rooms, well calculated for boarders. $XC00can remain on mortgage at 6 per cent, interest. Call at HIMMAN'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, a26tf 63 Church Street. R. M. HOOKER, 19 Exchange Building, HAS FOR RENT First floor on Cedar street. Second floor on Saltonstall avenue. First floor on Sylvan avenue. First floor on Poplar street. First floor on uofle street. First floor on 8tanley street. Second floor on Whalley avenue. Farm in Fair Haven. Also large house on High atreet, 14 rooma, finely I furniahed, all Improvements, for rent for season, at I price or uniurnisnea. W. O. WARREN, Manager of renting and collecting Department. mvi IfafllAAAri P PalDleM nn euro. Book fr VnnlVfUVe-bL Civi-ie Agency, 160Pattoa S&.,M. T" STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, NEW BRITAIN, CONK. The fall term begins September 1st. 183. Examin ations for admission will be held at H'gh School Building, In Kew Haven, on Wednesday, July X 1884 For circulars or information address C. F. CAR&OIX, Principal, rtew xtniaui, ev miwiiw a, sins, uapl. oL nartiora. jeniy-24 Notice to Contractors. SEWERS. Cm Ehoinekb's Ofi-ics, Ho. 17 Oity Hall,) "L few hitbd, ixinn., una zo, jee. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at offloe until 7:S0 o'clock Wednesday evening. July 2d, 184, For eonstructlnar sew era and appurtenances in Der by avenae, from ita present terminus to the new channel of West River ; in St. Ronan street, from IasiMioa street ISO teet northerly, and In Evergreen Cemetery from lis present terminus to the outlet of I the lake. j Blank forma of proposal and any information con- will b. f urn tailed upon application. Mo aropoMl wiU be received after the time .peel fled, and all proposal, not on the blanks furnished, and that are nit properly nlled out, will be rejected. The right to reject any or all elds will ba reserved. jy oraer or me jeoera or raniie worn. ALBERT B. HILL, Oity Engineer. MINIATURE ALMANAC. Bint Bun, 4:23 I Uooir Skts, Hiom Wnn. SuhSxts, 7:38 1 :33 11:33 BIRTHS. BI8CH0FF In Waterbnry, June IT, a daughtor to Mr. ana Mr, j. u. uiachon. Artesian 'Well AKD Water Supply for manufacturing and do mestic nurnoaea. I am prepared to contract for these wells, to any depth in any formation of earth or rock. Je24 1b CHARLES L. GHAUT. KQcaTllie. vt. LOST. AGSET and White brooded parasol, aomewher between Trumbull and Chapel atreeta, proba bly on Oranm street. A suitable reward will be paid to the finder if left at my can, 49 Church stnet. j 4 t dVMJl w. nmnuuB. BOARD. A MAX and hie wife, without any children, can be accommodated with board, or two single gentlemen, at No, 1 BtiADLEr PLACE, near corner of Bradley and Grand streets. .23t Organ Factory For Sale. THE Factory of tbe New Haven Organ Company nnihnnnrnraf BnteT and 'William ft reel. Including ngla. boilers and all machinery, la for Bala Ihia la a desirable property for persona wish ing tt engage in the znauoxaoture 01 urgana cr Flanoa. JTor particulars inquire or Je24 et L. B. MOBBI3, Trsatee. Fonrtb of July. Fire Crackers, Torpedoes, Flags. Lanterns, Ao. wholesale and retail. AT M n D rp tt TJ ( T3 ' s 11 W A.M U J.V JL 097 CHaPEb STREET, Jnst below the bridge. j?4 Stocks For Sale. 29 shares H. H. County National bank stock. 20 ahares Yale National bank stock. 28 shares B. ft X. Y. Air Line, preferred. 10 shares N. T., N. H. & H, K. K. BUNNELL & SCRANTON, BARKEK9 AND BHOKKKS. e2t 782 and 734 CgAPEL STREET. COMMITTEE ON SEWERS. K Joint Standing Committee on Sewers will set THURSDAY EVENING. June 36th. 1884. at 7:30 o'clock in rooms 10 and 11 City HalL Parties interested in the following petitions are respectfully requested to be present and be heard in reference thereto: Petition for a Sewer in Washington atreet, between Cedar atreet and Howard avenue. Petition for a Hewer in r ront street, from Meadow atreet about 300 feet easterly. Petition for a Sewer in James and Grand streets. between Wolcott street end Blatchley avenue. Psr order of Chairman. TIMOTHY J. CROWLEY, je24 3t Assistant ity Clerk. Auction Sale of Real Estate IN WESTVILLE. THE undersigned will soil at PUBLIC AUC TION, on the premise, Wedneidav. June 85. at 11 m. m.. the cosy, pretty Cottage known aa the HOTCHKISS HUAlttTiALJ. ia located in one or the moat nio turesque little nook- which the suburbs of Hew Ha ven arfordfl. Has elegant shades, fine approaches and babbling brooks. Contains abont aa acre and a ball of land with a commodious, old fashioned homse and other outbuildings in good order. This property, lying aa tt does just off Blake street. in WestTllle, on the road leading to that popular re sort. WIXTE&&REEN FA3LLH, would make a splen did location for an Ice Cream Garden or Restaurant, unsurpuaaa Dyany snuuTD x tne city, ine nne rotds and drives, also the hoove cars, puts this place in nnsy communication with the center of the city, without any cf its annoyances, and would make a julet Home lor a mecnanio or a spienaia location xor a gardener. Immediately after the sale of the real estate an AUCTION SALE of the HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS oobtained in the houss will ba he'd, consisting of Furniture, antique and modern, also Carpets, Bed, Beddirg, etc., etn. NO rOBXtV2KaLrinx ur Auuuunx or WifAln- ER. KUWAHli fJ. BJfitCCHBR, JeS4 St a PC riON EER. Window Screens AND Hill UAflWriKS. 1 sx a nTinvin.B'ann PL ATT & THOMPSON, 64 snd 6S Oranp and 5 Canter Sts. 321 . Buy Your Coal Now. rilBERE is no question bet what OOAT, will ad I vanoe in price. The price I am selling ooal at this week la as cheap as it will be this season, and I wish to notify all my customers and any others that wteh to lay in ooal to do so at once. Jny price ia 2 so per ton cheaper than tbe combination price for first quality Lehigh Talley Coal, well a-reened and dry. 500 TUBS BUTTER WHOLESALE. Retail price for CHOICEST CREAM BUTTER 25a PODND i l'ODMia FOlt 1 00. 10 lb tuba at $2 20, 6 lb pail Butter SI 37. Largest atock of Butter and lowest price In the State. GEO. W. SI. HUGHES, Independent Coal Dealer, 3-t Cbnrch St. j24 Keep your body In a con. dittos bnrirlnsr on fO- f.AUIS FR.SGIIMTY. It -will not cost but a trifle to pos sess the requisite articles. Because NORTON, The I VwiT i n arjfl RrflPZV u-vr.n 0 Clothier Is ofTerJinu" all kinds of Sum mer goods FOR MEN AND BOYS at prices excessively low. THERE IS IN STOCK a. vprv aine aior.ureui nova' Tourist or Norfolk Jackets, in sizes I to IT years, made specially for Oak iffall ly MeSSr. Day- ton at Jlose, in oruer 10 sup m -at ply the increasing; demand for these Popular Garmeats For Fat Men .Vaa. almw Jumbo sizes in Linen and Alpaca Coats. FOR THE AVERAGE SIZE MEN We have Skeleton Coats of Flannel, and all the thin materials known to exist in ih universe for summer use, including White Vests. FOR BOYS AND CHILDREN. Sailor Suits, Tourist Units, Sailor BIouses,8hirt Waists, Knee Pants and Thin Coats in abundance. Prices Attractive. HIE YOURSELF TO OAK HALL, 85 Ghurch Street. Mm by Telegraph FB0M ALL QUABTEES . CHOLERA I FRANCE. Terrible Epidemic At Toulon. PEOPLE FLEEING IN TERR0B. Fears That the Contagion Will Spread. THE INDEPENDENTS AT BOSTON To Throw Open A Mam moth Headquarters. THE OLiO WOBtl). France. A at Kpldemic of Cholerav The People irieelata; by Tto.omaa.iida from Tonlsa Terrlble RavvrstKes of the Scoarge. Fabis, Jan 23. An alarming outbreak of cholera has occurred at Toulon, the press of that city and vicinity having combined in an attempt to conceal the facts. It has been just learned to what an extent the epidemic has reached. There have been thirty deaths since Sunday nd the rate of mortality has increased each day. A panic has seized upon the people. Eight thousand persona have fled the city and thousands of the resi dents of the poorer quarters have been ousted from their homes and driven into the suburbs by the people and are new camping in tbe fields. The bodies of victims of the disease are buried in large trenches and covered with quicklime to hasten decomposition. .Nona have been buried in tne regular semteriBs for fear of giving opportunity for the infec tion to spread. Great terror is shown by the inhabitants of the surrounding country upon the approach of any of the refugees from tbe city lest they should carry with them the germs of the dreaded malady. It is claimed, however, by the physicians that the disease is not Asiatic oholera, but is of sporadio origin. Tne Panama Canal-Da Lesseps To At tend the Opening;. Fabis, June 23. M. De Lesseps in an in terview to-day pronounced false the rumor that the work of excavating for the Fanama canal was a failure. He asserted on the con" trary that the difficulties met with were less formidable than had been expeoted. He felt confidant that the oanal wonld be finished in 1888 and he intends to be present at the opening and direct the cere monies on that occasion. He also promises his numerous children the pleasure of a trip to America with him oa that oooasion. As to the proposed canal across Nicaragua, H. de Lesseps did not fear that it would even iDjure the Pana ma enterprise. He understood that the Nioaragua Bcheme was only supported by a few speeulators. Ha had found when in the United States that the Americans always en couraged the Fanama project. In any event, however, he oared no more for the attitude of the United States towaq the Panama canal than he did for that of England toward the Suez canal. He had no doubt that the rights of shareholders in each would be preserved inviolate. Great Britain. The Victoria Railway Explosion One of The dans; Gives Himself Wp. London, June 23. An Irishman named George Johnson, alias McDonnell, surrender ed himself to the police at Elj, sixteen miles from Cambridge, on Saturday. He confess ed that be was concerned in the Viotoria rail way explosion and expressed his willingness to give State's evidenoe. He begged to be kept guarded, fearing that he would be mobbed. "J.ne cnsoiosureB mane uy uuuubuu have caused much exoitement and the police are now confident of speedily arresting the entire gang of dynamiters connected with tbe Victoria explosion. Austria. Floadi-Twisty People Drowned. The Galicla Vienna, June 23. The floods in GaUcia continue to increase in extent. The large bridge at Ivangorod fell into the Vistula to day, its shorings having been undermined. It carried with it several houses and trees on the banka and a number of persons, twenty of whom were drowned. The damage by the floods up to this time is estimated at $10,000,000. The fall of the bridge oocurred at a mo ment when hundreds of persons were con gregated on the structure watching tne progress of the swollen waters. In addition CO twenty Known w uavo urou ulu.uou womj others are missing and probably lost. The : victims were mostly of the peasant class. THE WEST. Indiana. Laughing; at Ilia Victim The Pieedish Conduct of a Sonne; waman'l ffluraer Vinoennes, June 23. Yesterday Oliver Gaufield,who murdered Mollis Gherken while in jail, told Officer Burner that he would like to see the girl and he was granted tne privi . lege. When he enterad the room where she was lying he laughed at her. Offioer Burner took him out of the room and asked mm what he thought about it. "I would like to finish her." aaid he with a fiandish grin, and then be burst out laughing. The city is .nmaihal ovcited and the offioers of the law I laim that they expect Canfield will be i - . . .- - , .,-., Kf mODOeu Kr-aiiK". .j ... uv there being two mob organizations. Canheld s ia i the most fiendish ever recorded here. n. innt his victim in his arms and instead or .nhin her shot at her five times, two of tbe bullets lodging in nor urauu. ou been conscious but once since she was shot. The case is a most remarkable one and has attracted wide attention from physicians. POMTICAIj. Meal Dow to Support Blaine, Pn.Ti.iMn. Me.. June 23. General Neal Dow has belted the nomination of his prohi- Mtinn nnrtv and will support Blaine. He said to-day: "The temperance men or maine, Kansas and Iowa occupy an exceptional po oitinn in relation to prohibition. In these State, the Republican party has I niniLlUn tUl Kia luiuuiwus a-- aw-- Hfkitlnm aa ,n imnnrtSUt Dart and is in favor of such legislation as may be nu..Ur. thoronohlv to carry out that polioy. I think the temperance men and temperance r n . . -II AaJ kw 4rin If women of tnose states win iuu "j publican nominee. Headquarters Far Independent.. Boston, June 23. The Massachusetts In dependents have leased tne enure eeouna story of 1S6 Washington street ana open ex tensive headquarters therein to-morrow. NEW ENGLAJiD. Massachusetts. Tne Poeltlon ei" Trustee". Northampton, June 23. Four weeks ago the trustees of Williston seminary asKea ex Lieutenant Governor Horatio G. Knight to resign from their board, owing to a scandal involving a young lady which has been con nected with Mr. Knight's name for some time. Mr. Knight refused to resign and says Samuel Williston appointed mm " " tee for life and so he shall remain. The ao- tion of the board was maae pueuo tu-uay. THUS NATIONAL CAPITAL. iMWtsr Hawley Will Spoa. Washington, June 23. The oommittee of the North Carolina BUte exposition, consist ing of W. S. Primrose, president, Colonel W H. 8. Burgoyn and John Nichols, with Sen ators Banaom and Vanoe, waited npon pres ident Arthur this afternoon to invite mm to be present at the opening ei "-r""-at Kaleigh in October. The President was not able to give a definite answer, wWch b. wlU do in a few days. " accept, - The same commuuw wuteu Senator Hawley, who was requested to make the opening address of the occasion. The ; Senator accepted and gir I October first. Fcrty-Eighta t'onrrcssFirst Session. ; WASHiKexos, Jane 23. a.. it. Mr TTala offered a resolution, I wM A was adopted, directing ths Comitte en Expenditures of Public Meney to inves tigate the recent defalcations of disbursing offioers in all of the departments in Wash ington and the alleged frauds on the govern ment by means of false Touchers in the Navy department. The senator explained was tne ; investigation wonld extend into all the de- ' partments and was designed to see if there j was any safeguard in departmental purchases ! in Washington. ! Consideration of the Mexican pension Dili was resumed, the pending question being the amendment of Mr. Ingalls to remove the lim itation from the arrears of pension act. Mr. Sherman opposed this proposition in a brief speecn. rte said it involved a wt-g auuuuu. f -,n. mi rii. - with the Union ! soldiers and he appreciated folly their I servioes. but the amendment affected the interests of the people and he was bound to consider the common good as against the claims of a pertion of our soldiers, however meritorious they might be. This was not the time to make suoh an enormous demand on the treasury. "We are now," said the Senator, in times of pinch. Our revenues are falling off. Tbe shrink age of values within the past year has been enormous, and is going on day by day. At this time the uncertainties of which no man j can doubt, the severity of which no man can question, we shoold not be called upon to assume a liability which will involve the enormous sum mentioned in this debate." Mr. Sherman', however, expressed a willing ness to pension every Union soldier suffering from disability without some of the irksome proofs now needed. He would respond to every reasonable demand of tbe Union sol dier, but when unreasonable demands were made, he had the courage to vote against them even at the expense of being misunder stood. Mr. Ingalls defended the amendment as a measure of justioe. " If," said he, "I have been able to read correctly the reports of the different offioers of the Treasury depart ment as to the finanoial condition of the coun try it is one of plethora, and not of penury. The great difficulty we have to con tend with is how to get rid of our surplus in some respectable way. There is more money coming into the treasury from the ordinary resources and revenue than we can possibly appropriate. All the reports show that after all the demands of this year have been satis fied there will be a surplus revenue ef from $60,000,000 to $100,000,000. The Senator is ignoring tbe Chicago platform in his attitude on this question. Keplymg to this oritioism Mr. Sherman said it was foolish to attempt to guide Con gressmen by platform declarations. He knew how those platforms were framed. "The Chicago platform," he said, "was framed by forty-two men. reeking in swel tering heat for four hours ; men who had never seen each other before and suddenly called npon to frame a platform embracing every object of public polioy, every desire of the llepublican party and put them in set phrase in four hours. To call a document framed under such circumstances a guide for Senators to influence them in deliberate exercise of their pubiio duty is an extraordin ary spectacle. I have as much respect for my party associates as anybody ought to have; but it is the Congress chosen under the constitution that must prescribe the laws of the country. While it is true that the plat form may indicate tbe general policy of tbe party, this is the first time in the history of the Senate party creeds have been put forth for the guidance of Senators." The Senator continuing said the Democrats would be in a sorry predicament if that dootrine should prevail He repeated his statement that this is a time of financial stringency and urged economy in all directions as the widest polioy to pursue. After farther debate the amendment was rejected; 26 yeas, 89 nays. General Logan voted in the affirmative. Messrs. Aldricb, Edmunds, Hawley, BiJdleberger, Sewell and Sherman were recorded in the negative. Messrs. Loean. Plumb and Ransom were appointed Senate conferees on the army bill. Mr. Maxey offered an amendment to the effect that the provisions of the bill shall not extend to or embrace any Senator or Repre sentative of the Forty-eighth Congress. This was tabled on tbe motion of Mr. Ingalls. Mr. Wilson offered an amendment te the first section providing that the beneficiaries of the act must be sixty-two years of age or subject te Some disability and not have in curred disability while in rebellion against the United States; agreed to. After further debate Mr. Morgan moved to postpone the farther consideration of the bill until December next. He said it had been amended to such an extent that predict ed its passage this session and he did not ears about having the debate prolonged solely to make campaign material for the other side. This motion was unanimously rejeoted, Mr. Morgan himself voting against it. Several amendments were agreed to by way of perfecting the bill. Six additional sections were added to the bill on motion of Mr. Mitchell providing for the pensioning of Union soldiers and their widows and chil dren. They are designed to correct certain defects in tbe general pension law. Mr. Vest stated that he could not vote for the bill as amended. There had only been a pretense on the part of certain Senators to pension the Mexican soldiers. This bill had never been killed in a fair fight. It was as 8seinated and bled to death with amend ments. The reason for this in his opinion was that the Mexican war was a Democratic war fought under a Demoeratie ad ministration. "Let trt understand it," he exclaimed. "Political prejadioe is against us and the object of the Kepublioau party is to put Democratic Sen ators in such a position by amendments to this bill that if we vote against it we shall be charged in the coming canvass with being opposed to pensioning tne soldiers oi ine Union." Jt was agreed, upon motion of Mr. Harris, thst the bill as amended should be printed. After a wrangle it was decided to take the measure up to-morrow after routine work and vote on it at 3 o'clock. At 0:i0 p. m. tbe Senate adjourned. House At the conclusion of the call of States for the introduction of bills and joint resolutions for referenoe, Mr. Randall, by order of the Committee on Appropriations, asked unanimous consent to suspend the rules and pass the sundry civil appropriation bill with the right reserved to vote on some half dozen amendments. After brief debate tbe rules were suspended and the clerk began reading the bill. The bi'.l havins been read through Mr. Randall offered an amendment authorizing thfi Secretarv of War to sell at auction after advertisment the arsenals at Alleghany, Pa., Augusta, Ga , Indianapolis, Kennebec, me., and Watartown. Mo.; adopted. Mr. Randall moved to strike out the clause which cuts off the power of members to print in the Record speeches not actually made in the House; agreed to, 102 to 17. The House then proceeded to consider the substitute proposed by Mr. Springer for that part of the bill providing for the expenses cf United States courts. The leading feature of the Springer bill is the substitution of salaries for fees in the compensation of dis trict attornies, marshals, deputies, clerks, etc. Several seotions of the substitute were ruled out on points of order. Otherwise the substitute was adopted substantially as of fered. At 5-45 the previous question was ordered and the roll called on the passage of the bill, was passed; yeas 180, nays 135. At 6:10 p. m. the House adjourned. MARYLAND. Railroaders Oa a Riot Italian Labor ers Threaten Death If Th.y Are) Wot Paid. Elkton, Md, June 23. The riet among the Italian workmen on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad at Frinoipio's furnace is at an. end. Sheriff Smith with a posse visited the scene this afternoon and found John Wallace, son of the absconding contractor, besieged in a shanty with some two hundred laborers sur rounding the building. They had a rope ready to string him up unless the money was forthcoming. Sheriff Smith conferred with the original contractors, Messrs Harmon and MoBngh, and they gave assurance that the men would be paid whether Wallace turned up or not. When the men received this cuarantee they gave up the offensive and Mr. Wallace, jr., was allowed to depart. The riot at Frinoipio seems to be contagious as a re port has just reacned nere oi a serious dis turbance among the laborers on tbe line of the road at Elk Mills, three miles north of here. The failure of sub-contractors ap pears to have been ohronio on this road. SEW YORK. Prepared te Pay at a Dtaoaart. New Tore, June 23. In regard to certain rumors in Wall street this afternoon a mem ber of the firm of Bates, Seed & Cooley said they were prepared to pay on demand all outstanding claims against them at 12 per cent, discount. Csaght at Her Game A Wamaa Wha Hobbed a Has or JEleveat Hsndred Dol lara. Buffalo, June 23. The woman giving her name aa Mrs. Keiser, who last Wednesday robbed Edward Baker of $1,100 in the Sher. man House, Indianapolis, hails from this oity. She had a very unsavory reputation here and when she departed took 1 50 in money her landlord had given her to make repairs on the house. She bad lived for some time with a man named August Keiser, pass ing him off as her brother, but later on they were married. She induced Baker to go to Indianapolis with her to buy out a saloon and he drew f 1,000 in bills for that purpose. August Keiser followed them and when ths woman secured the money she left with bar husband. Base ball yesterday: At Buffalo, New Yorks8, Buffalo 3; at Chicago, Bostons 12, Chicaeoa 5: at Detroit. Frovidenoe 4, De- troitsS; at Cleveland, Clevelands S, Phila delphissl; at Toledo, Baltimores 6, Toledos 5; at St. Louis, St. Louis 6, Washingtons 5; at Springfield, Springfields 15, Holyokes 4. XaOAIs NEWS. Tala-Harvard-Bais Ball. This afternoon at Hamilton Park will ba played the fourth game in the Tale-Harvard championship series. The game which is to . . . . . . n,-. .k.rlmlil ili deol3 0 inter-collegiate championship wilj be played at the Polo grounds, in New York, Friday afternoon. Committee an Baildlaar Lines. The Committee on Building Lines met in room 11, City Hall, last evening. They considered the petition of Octave Tnrootte for permission to erect a house within three feet of the building line on Ex change street. It was voted to recommend that the peti tioner be required to conform to the line, which is ten feet back from the street. Personal. Postal Clerk John A. Maher is in town for a few days. William E. Simonds, of Hartford, has been appointed lecturer on patent law by the Yale Law school faculty. Lodge and Society. To-day Widow's Son lodge No. 1 celebrates St. John's day in Masonic hall, Webster street. " Lodges invited are Excelsior ef Hart ford, Eureka of Norwich, Doric of Bridge port, Kellogg of Waterbnry and Oriental of New Haven. This evening they give a grand entertainment. The grand march will begin at 10. The Columbia brass band and Hyatt's orchestra will furnish the music. The committee are William Jaokson (chairman), Ely De Ford, Andrew Jackson, Charles Wat kins. Nathaniel Dunlap. Grand Master J. W. Brayton and staff will ba present. Sad Accident. J. O. Oliver, '85 S. S. S , and short stop on the University base ball nine, was struck in the head by a ball while practising batting in the gymnasium lot. Winston of '87 was pitching andOliver saw the ball coming at bis head and turned his face, but did not dodge for enough. He was knocked to the ground insensible. Dr. Carmalt was summoned and found that hemorrhage of the braia had set in. The injuries were found very severe. Last evening young Oliver was better and his physician predicts that he will get along nicely unless some unforeseen tarn is given to the affair. A Woman's Dead Body. The Ghastly Find Made hy Hasten in the Woods Near Bridgeport. Bridgeport, Conn., June 23. Three men while bunting the woods five miles north of here to-day discovered the body of a woman wrapped up in old newspapers. The head of body was gone, but as tbe remains were so badly decomposed it could not be ascertained whether it had been cut off by the parties who placed the body there or whether it bad been carried away since. A. N. Smith, on whose farm the body was found, said he had been aware of the matter since June 3d, and had notified the selectmen of the town who had taken no action. The Hew Haven Vacnt Clnb. The Pastime will be the judges' boat in tbe great yaoht race to day. Xhe steamer will take a large number of passengers to see the race and enjoy a pleasant sail. Among the boats now in the harbor are the catamarans Jessie, Fred Hughes captain, and the Her mis of New York, the yaohts Viking, T. C. Swan owner, of the New York and New Haven Yaoht clubs; the Ilderan, Captain Bouthwick, of tbe New York Yaoht club, tbe Atlantic of the Larohmont Yacht club, the Louisa, Captain T. H. Hall, of the New York and New Haven Yaoht club, the Viola, O. N. Wayland, of New York; the Flora, A. C- Perkins, of New London, and Wayward, C. B. Warner, of East Haddam. Police Setai. Complaints have been made to Chief Web ster that one day last week a full grown man wantonly exposed his person at the West river bath house when a gentleman and lady were erosdag the bridge in a carriage. If the bath house keeper is not competent to prevent such outrages a policeman should be stationed there. Chief Webster received a dispatch from 3. F. Nettleton, of Branford, last evening ask ing him to look out for Fatriok Finnigan who was wanted on a charge of rape. He left Branford on an evening train quite drunk. The officers at polioe headquarters were treated to a bountiful supply of strawberry shortoake last midnight, which was sent in from Downes' City Hall restaurant. The do nation was heartily appreciated. Emma Hubbell was arrested yesterday on a capias. She was subpoenaed to appear in oourt as a witness, but did not respond. James W. Park was arrested last night for drunkenness and breach of the peaoe. He threatened to shoot his brother, wbioh was tbe cause of his arrest. New Haren Independents. An Eathoalastlc Meeting Assainst Blaine and i,oan Simeon E. Bald win Addresses tho sleeting; What General Rnssell Thinks Abont Mac. netism Ths Officers Elected. Boom No. 27 Insurance building was orowded to overflowing last evening when the independent Republicans of New Haven held their first meeting to protest against tbe nomination cf Blaine and Logan for Presi dent and Vice President of the United States. The meeting was called to order by W. H Carmalt, who proposed the name of Profea sor Simeon E. Baldwin for president of the meeting. Mr. Baldwin was unanimously elected. Vice presidents were chosen ai follows: Professor George P. Fisher, J. B. Sargent, C. P.Armstrong, JohnBaff, Profes sor William D. Whitney, C. S. Morehouse. Secretaries were ehosen as follows: Eli Whit ney, jr., James F. Colby, Porter C. Moulton, Bev. Stuart Means. On taking the chair Mr. Baldwin said: have the honor to preside over a meeting of Republicans who are not afraid to call them selves independents. I am sure that we alj have a feeling of sorrow beoaose we are obliged to take this action. I was cradled in the Republican party, and voted for Lincoln and for Buckingham, Connecticut's war gov ernor. Then the name of the party meant something. It had high aims, some of whioh have been accomplished. But there has been a change. As we look around we find that the leaders of the party are no longer Lincoln and Buckingham. The of fioe of President is the highest gift of the people, and I blame no man for making it the ambition of his life, but he should make his life worthy of his ambition. None but the mere party hacks believe Blaine to be suoh a man. We all know his record. In all movements against subordinating pubiio ends to party ends his voice has been silent his influence against ug. It would be sad indeed if there were none who could see the dancer the oarty is in. we are uepu oilcans, but we are not slaves. We know what liber ty is and its prioe. We recognize that tbe Chioago platform is nothing but an attempt to catch votes; it is a platform of dema gogues and fit only for a demagogue to stand on. It is right and best for us to utter our solemn nrotest against this nomination. In- i dividual responsibility brought as here, and it ia neeesaary tor us to oaimiy aeuoerate ror ourselves." Mr. Baldwin's remarks were frequently interrupted by applause. Morris F. Tyler offered the following reso lutions: Besolved, That the national Republican eonvention recently held in the oity of Chi cago has in its platform departed from the principles on which tbe party was founded. and from the purposes for whioh the party exists. Besolved, That that convention has still further disappointed those who desire pure administration, ana an advance in tbe stan dard of political action, by the nomination of f James G. Blaine and John A. Logan. Besolved, That it is the duty of every man who is in svmpatny wits the principles on whioh tbe Republican psrty was founded to stand by those principles, even thongh the party may desert them. Besolved, that these candidates are unwor thy of our support. . '3, Resolved, That a committee of five be ap PqJb4 by the chairman, whioh eonrmiUoe shall nominate and report it standing commit tee of twenty-five, including themselves in this number, to correspond with other bod ies of Republicans or Independent voters wno may be in sympathy with our views, and to represent the sentiments of this meeting at an. oeneral conference which may be caJled. ' In speaking npon the resolutions Mr. Tyler said the Republican party was corrupt and dishonest on manv of the leading issues of the time. The platform favored civil service reform, while the candidates were two of tbe moat violent opposers of civil service reform. Continuing, Mr. Tyler said : "But thank God the Republican party didn't all meet at Chicago. The night of the nom ination began quiet protests against the nomination. The storm has been growing. We feel the edge of it here. We cannot say what we shall do. We mean to say pretty emphatically what we won't do. It is to be hoped that some providential wisdom may strike the Democratic party." Mr. O. S. Morehouse aeoonded the resolu. tions.Jsaying that he thought it was timeto harmonize and unite the scattering independ ent votes. Lawyer Charles S. Hamilton thought there ought to be a positive phase to the matter and moved an amendment to the effect that if a better candidate is nominated for tbe presidency we will vote for him irrespective of the party by whom he is nominated. General Russell was called upon. He arose and said that he had not spoken in political meetings for forty years. He remarked that it was a most imprudent step to try to read out of tbe party those who are independents He said he was a bolter, and that bolting was the very safety of the Union. The po litical caucus system is a despotism tempered only by bolting. He noticed that they called Blaine a plumed knight. What that was he did not quite understand At any rate-it it was a term that might stand for something that had feathers. Beyond that they said nothing. He also noticed that they oalled Blaine a magnetio man. jxiagneiism is some thing that we can't acoount for. It some times repels and sometimes attracts. A mag netio man will take you one way as far as be will another. If they said be was an nonest man it would be something to the purpose. Out of twenty-two Senators who went to the convention aad knew his record . more thor oughly than we can, only one was a friend to Blaine's nomination. C. 8. Bushnell recognized an element of corruption in the party in 1872 and bolted. Some man near tne aoor proposea tnree cheers for the head of the ticket. The crowd hissed. President Baldwin said: "Let the cheers be given." Tho man gave his cheers and Mr. Bushnell went on saying that he did not believevMr. Blaine dishonest. Mr. Talcott H. Russell answered by re lating the story of the Mulligan letters. Mr. Porter C. Moulton made some re marks, speaking from tbe standpoint of a workingman. A committee for the nomination of a gen eral committee was appointed as follows: M F Tyler, Professor C S Lyman, Dr Carmalt, C S Morehouse and Thomas Hooker. Rev. Smart Means, rector of St. John's bhurch, was oalled upon and responded with some excellent remarks. He pleaded for a conscientious exercise of the right of suf frage. The man who wanted to cheer for Blame wanted to know what the meeting had against Blaine. President Baldwin said that if the man didn't know it would be useless to try to enlighten him. The committee on nomination reported a general committee as follows: Simeon E Baldwin, Morris F Tyler, E P Arvine, W G Sumner, Eli Whitney, jr, C H Lyman. John W Ailing, Morris. Steinert, F H Hooker, O S Morehouse, Porter C Moulten, W H Carmalt, Frank Seward, F O Rowland, John Ruff, H P Hoadley, H W Farnam, Thomas Hooker, James F Colby, George D Miller, Taloott H Russell, S A Galpin, H B Sargent, A G Thompson, Charles P Arm strong. It was estimated by those who stood near the door that fully two hundred men, and all Republicans, went to the ball and being unable to get even around the door, went away again. There were two hundred men in the hall. Many expreaaed their regret that a larger place of meetine had not been chosen. It lays in tbe province of the gen eral oommittee to call another meeting. Twenty Dollars Reward : FOR return of Black and lan Setter Dog, ?fiZ3ia littls white on nose and cn breast. Lost June 13. Registered number and owner's name on oollar. Return to Barker & Ransom's stable. Court atreet, or to 8. R. Downer. Whitney vllle. Je?lr Don't Drink Dirty Water. GET a good filter. The best and most perfect is Puffer's Improved Globe Kilter on exhibition and for sale at LEA VI CT & BRADLEY'S, So. 1,131 "hepel atreet. Manufactured by W. E. Puffer, in Beesman street, N. Y. J21 at For Sale Very Cheap, A LOT of Kood Grindstones, from 18 to 30 inch J, In diameter and 3 innhea thick. Just the right size for farmers and faetory use. Apply to S0HOLLHORN & TIE8ING MFG. CO., Corner Wall and State streets. J31 3t New Haven Conn. hwxwt jfcsorfs. COKTiNJENTAIi HOTEL, SARATOGA SPRINGS. Leas than five minutes' walk from iaa depot, the park and the various mineral sprint?. Acoommoda- tions first-class and terms low. Office at Beers' Pho totiraph Parlors, 762 Chapel street, where board and rood's by the ffay, week or month, can be secured in advance, circulars ana an lmormation oocainea. Railroad Orove Itestaurant- IV THE GUOVK. W. II. PUTNAM, PR0PBIET0R, Formerly PUTNAM A HALE. THE most delightful place nn the 8bore. Meals served at all hours. Koast Oysters. Stewed Clams, etc. All Temperance Drluks. Hill man's Cel ebrated Ice Cream. js202mo SKEELES SAVIS KESTATJKAKT. ROCK HILL. TVT OW open for the season. Increased Attractions. A.W The Finest Skating Rink en the Shore 100 feet long and 10 feet wide. Flying Horses, Rifle Rang. zoeuent costing acuities. Dinners and Suppers Served at Notice. Je202m CHARLES SKEELES. SOUTH END HOUSE. IS ow Open for tbe Season. ; IT has been refitted and transient and per manent guests can be accommodated. The grounds are spaclons and god facilities for ashing. Dinners a specialty, ritage leaves doutn End at 8 00 a. m., 1 and 5 0C p. m. Snn- daysf 9 a. m. and 7 p. m. Leaves Now Haven, 9.30 a. dv, 2.30, 6.15 and 8 p m. Batard-tya at 9 p.m. JOHN SailTH, Proprietor. jeMSm OCEAN COTTAGE, BAVIN ROCK SHORE., MBS. 8. HOLMES, Proprietress. The p' eaten test nlace on Savin Book shore, eleeantiv Atted throughout, now ready for bnmmer Hoarders and transient guests. Views from ita rooms and varan das unsurpassed by any npon the coast. Bathing convenient and free from dagger. Having had long experienoe in the business, cannot fail to please all who ravor me wiin weir patronage, xerms moaer- p. o. Box 384. West naveo, conn. jeia OPEN THE YEAR HOUND. FORBES HOUSE. H.B. FORBES, Proprietor. MORRIS COVE, NEW HAVK.V, COJVLV FRED. H. FORBES, Glebe. Jel2tf GROVE COTTAGE, AT AA.VIN BOCK, FORMERLY OCEAN COTTAGE gammer Street, West Haven, Conn. EL A. CONVERSE, proprietor of the Aus tin House. New Haven, has fitted np and handsomly furnished the above cottage. It is- now open for guests, ueautifally sit uated, adjoining the grove and possessing all the facilities for comfort and enjoyment. Grove Oottag afford a rare opportunity for sojourners at the seashore. Jell 3m HITMAN HOUSE, West Haven, OPENED for transient and permanent Fgueata. Parties supplied with meals at short knotice. oea looa rreen xrom tne water. Vesettbles fresh from the garden. Con nected bj telephone. F. H. LUCAS. m24 In Proprietor. 8EA VIEW HOUSE. SATIN BOCK, - - WEST HAVES, OONN., IS now open and In fl rat-class order for the reception and comfort of permanent and transient gueste. To those who know this beautiful and favorite resort a description nnneoessarv. and to strangers we can only say, a visit to the place will convince them of Its aa Mrior attractions for health, con. fort and recreation. All former and new patrons will find the new man agement equal to all their requirements. Very Re spectfully, SOUTH, WICK ft CO., Proprietors. muaawim Tns Railroad Waitii Booms, Savin Bock. 8PA0IODS restaurant rooms. large Pa vilion; a gooa snore ainner xor ou oents. .Part lee will be guaranteed just reception on all occasions. u. HUWE,, mj3 8m Proprietor. BEACH HOUSE, Savin Rock, West Haven. Ct. E. FREEMAN. Tn. popnlatr proprietor Sea Vi.w 1879-1880. Austin Bona., Slew rav ven, 1881-1883, Beavcb. Hons. 188a. Will Open Beach House Jane 1st, 1884. WANTED. A SITUATION to cook, waah and Iron, or as flrst claaa lanndreas. City ref erenoa. Inquire at . . S" GRAND STREET, (old Ho. 448), It Seoend Floor. WANTED. IMMEDIATELY A capable, middle-age er under, woman, to take ears of aa invalid. Apply at 34 It 22a YORK STREET. WANTED, A SITUATION by a respectable young girl abont fifteen yeara of age to take care at nblMrm ,. make herself generally uaef ol. Inquire at 1834 If 434 TEMPLE STREET. WANTED, FOB WEDNESDAY, June 36th A man wha tbor- nghly understand, how to earve meat, lib eral compensation. Apply to-day betwaeat . a S v t. , - j JM Jt HIMBfliri WANTED. BY A CAPABLE WOMAN, a situatto 1 aea eral housework In a private family ,"P0ff0of erence. Inquire at -t J24 It No. 86 UNION STRtaa. WANTED, A SITUATION to do general noasswofk or aaoonl t work in a private famllv : rood rafmtuMyL fm qolre at 181 BMsLTN AVERSE. JS34 at WANTED. THF.EE or four unfurniabed rooma for giiijj hensekeeping, suitable for two ladles. Ad gJL dress, stating terms, MBS. M. DUDLEY, . . 185 John Street, J2 Bridgeport, Conn. WANTED. A SITUATION by a yonng woman to taka oars of . V children. City ref erenoe. Apply at J21 't 34 GILL STREET. WANTED, 11 3R9ES to pasture. Inquire or . V. RaTTELSDORFEB. Oorner Wallace and Gnene streets. Je231t WANTED. HAVING secured tho exclusive agenoy Tbr-4ne . State ef Connecticut for the aal. of the Melo- dla," a $13 Automatio Musical Inatrnment, we with to engage a few reliable agents of good address to in troduce it in New Haven and vicinity. This is a straight, reliable business that has a bright future. i. is already introduced in other states by our branch houses, and those selling It are new realising $2a to f-75 a week. Those that have had any experi ence or think tbey have ability to sell goods will find this one of the beat paying novelties evr introduoed. For further particulars address E. GATELY ax CO., 3S ABjiun street, naruora, Conn. (J. J. McCarthy, Manager. Je'iS 3t WANTED. LADY AGENTS. Positively tlOO a months made, Moore & Lumbard. l.sas Wab&ah avmum nhi. go. 111. j lit WANTED, A GIRL for general housework and to cook, wash V andiron; references reouired. AodIv from a until 11a.m. at NO. ibl CH4.PEL UTREKT. Jelltf WANTED. TABLE Boarders at Jo8 509 CHAPEL STREET. WANTED. SECOND HAND Clothing bought and sold, cleaned and repaired. Orders by mail promptly at tended to. NO. 4U GEORGE ST. JaStf WANTED. TO BUY lot of Seoond-hand Furniture and Car pete. Highest cash prioe paid. Orders by mat promptly attended to at 117 28 UdDKOa BTKBET. lntellieence Office. EMPLOYMENT ofHee for males aud females Help of different nationalise, can be suoolied to private families, boarding houses, hotels and res taurants. Ths proprietor of this establishment paya great-attention in the choice cf girls aed women be fore sending them to fill situstlons. Calls from aha oouiitry at any dlstanos aro promptly attended to. Invalid and wet nurse, at shirt notice. Male help for families and farm hands always ready. MRS. X. MULLIGAN, a26tf 197 George corner Temple street. TO WHOM if May CONCERN MONK V libera!! adTanoed In stum to suit on all kluds of mercfcui diee and personal property at very description at EDWARD KKGRL'S Old and Rstiabis Money Loan Office. 841 and 343 STATE STREET, New Haven. Oonn. All legal transactions strictly confidential. Ja5 MRS. DR. J. A. WRIGHT, Psycbometrtet & Clairvoyant Consultation on Business, Minerals, Health and al rersonai matters. Readings of Character by Handwriting, Photograph or Hair. Prioe Gentlemen, $4 ; Ladle-, ft. Mrs. Wright can ne C3nulte l at bcr office, 93 Or ange street, daily, 9 a. m. to p. rn. n-23tf UNITED CHUCH PICNIC At HIGH ROCK GROVE. THURSDAY, JUNE 26. Train leave. D rby depot 8 30 sharp. Tickets for ssle st Jsrman's Bookstore aud at the trains. Fifty oents, Round Trip. J.24 It BASIS BALL. Last College Game IN KEW HAVEN. Yale vs. Harvard, AT HAMILTON PARK, To day, Tuesday, June 24th. Admission - SO Cents Reaervsd Seats on sale at Beers ft Rankin's, College Drug Store. JeM It Animal Sin Concert BT THE Yale Glee Club ! AT CARLL'S OPERA HOUSE. Tuesday Evening. June 24. Tickets $1.90. 75 and f0 oents. Loomis' Temple of Music. sale at LADIES' BIDING CLDB! For Particulars apply to IRS. R. rl HOOKER, 21 Jel7 3m SYLVAN AVENUE, EXCUKSION. NEW HAVEN YACHT CLUB. (SPBING REGATTA.) Tuesday, June 24. The Steamer JOHN II. 8TARIS will accom pany the Yaohte over ths entire eourse, giving s, delightful aail on Long Island Sound. Tko Steamar leaves Starln Dock at 10:30 a. ajt. aharp, returning before 6 p. in. TICKETS FIFTY CKNTS For sale bv O. H. Loomta, Temple of Muilo, and all membara of the Club. J2S FOB THIMBLE ISLANDS. On and after Wednesday, Jnne 18, Th fast and oommodioua ateamer PUILADELPHIA (Capacity 603 Passengers) Will Leave Belle Dock at 0:45 a. m. ansa ,'i:ia p. m. Dally. FABE EACH WAY 45 OENTS Special low rates for Excursion a. Address jeTO F. W. HINITf AlV, Cltr. (strayed. A BLACK MABE, two white feet. Esward, upon information sent to Xj. A. JnEUrUSLA.1., Jltr 27 Eld atreet. w K- A Friend in Need I DR. SWEET'S Infallible LiBlmcflt Baa bean used for morothsnW jesraand la the baa iraown ramedT for Bheomatlsm, Neuralgia, Sprains. BrBiaea,Bnrna, Out". Wounds, and all external Injn- " Dodd's Nervine anas Inwlaroratsir. Standard and reliable, and mwin Film to eom, fort ths aged and help arvKaxnoM who uses it. Sold bv all Drnsglsts Try It. . nlSeodsiwtf tiEOiUwtt W. MUTTON, ARCHITECT. Fruit, fersiga and Domestic, 'Wholesale and Kfln il. mStf 1.075 Cbap.1 Street. Also A - nil Line FIREWORKS. WBOLBSALE AID IVKSl'AJLU 3IVJK MB A CALL Before PurcbaVSinK Eltewliere, lltJ7 " ' ' UTwnnui w a....- . t,mmumi. Maruoro, '