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SpzcixX Qotxczs. CLOAKS! CLOAKS! The season is at Its height. We claim, and can prove, that for large assortment, choice styles and low prices, we take the lead. SEAL PLUSO OABMEHfTS, S1XK NEWMARKETS, RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, BERLIN NEWMARKETS. Jerseys, misses' and Children's Garments in large variety. Large sale of Velvets. Large sale of Dress Goods. Now in Progress. . New stock of mourning Dress Goods just received. K W. P. 65:CHURCH i 79 to 89 Is now offering at his Paper Warehouse, 495, 497, 499 etzxcl. SOX State Street. A very large stock of Feather Dusters, Brashes, Combs. Pocket Cut lery In great variety, and everything in the line of Stationery, which defy competition. . tlKINlJ IT reward at the IT I TEMPLE OF MUSIC. C. M. LOOMIS. Candles for Illuminating. m jaj-tu xuiu get a uuppiy lor iitunutt auu iruui j evenings. - Early Rose Potatoes. Price low in 5 and 10 bushel ots. Winter Apples, hand picked, price low by the barrel. Now is a good time to lay m your Potatoes and Apples cheap will be higher soon. X. JS. 378 Stat Street. oc30 "Costly thy habit, as thy purse can buy; Not expressed in fancy; rich not gaudy; ." For the apparel oft proclaimeth the man." Shakespeare. announcef,ienTextraordinary. . JOSEPH KAISER, MERCHANT TAILOR, 367 STATE STREET. Owing to my ill-health I will be compelled to leave New Haven for the South by the 1st of Janu ary. Having purchased the largest and most select stock of foreign and domestic Woolens that could be found, I am compelled to close them out before the 1st of December, at prices unknown before in the history of New Haven. I have on hand for inspec tion the latest novelties in Corkscrews and Whip cords in all shades. Elysians, Beavers, Plaids, Ker seys, Meltons, and in fact every style of goods that is in the market, which I am determined to sell (re gardless of cost) from $5 to $10 less on a Suit or 1vercoac uian can oe purcnasea eisewiienj. I have also 500 patterns of the latest novelties in Pantaloon Goods. " ' I Overcoats made to order from . $33.00 upwards. Suits made to order from $24.00 upwards. ; Pants made to order from $5.00 upwards. Special inducements to out of town customers. Railroad lares paid DOtn ways. Fit and workmanship guaranteed. Prices lower than ever. Call and be convinced. JOSEPH KAISER, Merchant Tailor. and Dealer in Fine Ready Made Clothing, To be well dressed, oft' times supersedes the rest." oc24 2m Byron. CALIFORNIA CAMMED FRUITS. ' This day received direct from the Pacific Coast OSE CAR LOAD " ' Of Canned Fruits of the favorite Golden Gate Brand, Embracing Apricots, Pears, Peaches, Plums, Strawberries, Raspberries, White Cherries, Black Cherries, Quinces. For sale to the trade only at a small margin over factory prices. J. D. DEWELIi & CO., Wholesale Grocers, 233 TO 239 STATE STREET. 35 . Smoke TT ALL'S ROSAS, our new 5 CENT CIGAR, espe t cially manufactured for our retail trade. Guaranteed all Havana filler, and warranted the best curar for the money ever sold. MHcigwiru j EDW. E. HALL A BOTH. IEALTH.' A DR. LISQDIST'S SPINAL CORSETS AIM MISSES' SPINAL WAISTS. For Sale v jr. W. Adm Co. Mn.M.A. Tomlln on, and Iroetor, magulre 4c Co. RELIABLE LADY CANVASSERS WANTED lacTorj IBEBAL WBtCEiniHTSOPFEBED na ATTini OTtJlFIIT Call at i vm-.Kd o ANTIQUE BRASS AND BRONZES Restored to original appearance. ELM CITY MANUFACTURING CO., "noltf 74 Croira Street. New Haven. NOTICE. Farmers and Dairymen Save yourJaay by using the GLEN COVE CORN For sale by v; ' BBADLET St AVIS, noOSdlw 518 GRAND STREET Table florder c AW bo accommodated with flint-claw table tft im 509 CHAFE L, BTKKACT. hoard. Mooieinace vicwma. uuncw wnri rt nA m. crntiff hnrm. Can be 5jj?jeen at Caarfdy Stable, between State and . r.ri7ii3,wir nnnr tnnm fiirnihAr1. tar rA TUEiODAlll .aw . ' rent with board to two gentlemen on reasona- KIa tATtTUL liOGBUOD. ywutui-BWWv. .bwm-s- " "m 811 CHAPEL STREET. Wells .& ,&inide, : Watchmakers and Jewelers Sola Azents in New Haven for the Rockford Quick Train Watches 266 CHAPEL STREET, i trSPAIRINa OF ALL ETND8 PROMPTLY DONS 1vlu ..... ; MyztiaX Notices. GILBERT, STREET, opposite P. 0. RAILROAD AVENUE. BACK That Iap Robe yon took from my carriage Thursday evening jnst at dnsk, and I will give you five dollars. I don?t mind the whips that yon have taken, bnt this robe I paid six shillings for last Jane in London, and I prize it high ly on that account; And again you can buy a pretty good pair of blankets for five dollars. So please call and get the above OWING TO THE OVER THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ! NORTON, THE CLOTHIER, i Has not had time to pre pare anything original or spicy for an advertisement, but in a few days he will produce something of an interesting and startling nature. Loot Out For It OAK HALL, No. 85 Clmrch Street ; M. B.SCOTT Has removed from his old stand in Center street to FOSKETT Sc. BISHOP'S, 4a State Street, - Where he will keep the largest assortment of Gas Fixtures, Fancy and Colored Glebes, Shades, Student Lamps and Lamps ofall kinds, Oil, &c. Sic. Jobbing promptly attended to. ; Plumbing, Gas Fitting and Steam Fitting. All goods and work warranted. .- - OLD FIXTUBES EEBRONZED. Gcm 1 EXCITEMENT For Sale Money to Loan. A rood house and lot with plenty of fruit, In Fair Haven East- Terms accommodating. Monev to loan in sums to suit the borrower. R. E. BALDWIN'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 818 CHAPEL STREET, ntsdaw FOR RENT. k A LARGE Furnished Boom and alcove with board at L not 8t t.146 CHAPEL STREET. FOR RENT. tK FIVE ROOMS on first floor of 140 Liberty I : r i ! street, with modern improvements. Apply to iimHi a. x, s. j. a. uemaretst uamasre uo., no4tf 46S CHAPEL STREET. FOR RENT, tt STORE, corner State and Bradley street, li!!' 130 a month. Second floor of 464 Orchard .lJLstreet, $8 a month. Whole house, 6 rooms, at 113 Bradley street, is good order. Inquire at 482 uuttoi avenue. ocSO GLOSONHAIX. To Real Estate Dealers. ATTENTION. I HAVE a House and Barn, south from Chapel street, that will rent for $050 per year, .which I will exchange for a residence proper ty and pay cash in the trade. Submit your offers at uespectruuy yours. J.j8l Bassett, 8 1 8 Chapel Street. FOR RENT, HOUSE No. 341 Orange street, furnished; all modern conveniences. Rent low to a first , class tenant. T. O. Sloan & Son, Room 3, Benedict Building. t-OPEN VENINGS. oc25 FOR RENT, , On Lloyd street, a pleasant tenement of six rooms with bath room and hot and cold water for 16 tier month. Tenements on iff e and Winter streets for $10 and Sll per month. On Bright street for 810, and on Pardee and Haven streets for $7, $8 and $9. S. L,. Bl.ATCIIL.EY &. SONS, ie Exchange BnlldlnK, Cor. Church and Chapel St. FOB SAM2, TWO family house with barn,near the Union I tSSST depot; can be bought on easy terms, also a v'" three family house with store, in the lower part of the city, can be sold at a bargain if sold soon. FOR RENT, House and barn with five acres of land in West Haven Center. A number of houses and tenements. Honey to loan on Real Estate. Inquire at NO. 70 CHURCH STREET, ROOM 2. HT"Office open evenings from 7 to 8. Ii. F. COMSTOCK. oct!8 FOR SAIiE. t HOUSE and Lot on Olive street, near Grand street. House is large and has modern im nKivMmnbL Good lot with fruit. A first- rate chance for one wishing a good home near the center of the city. For particulars call at MEKWlfl a xtrift I . jbbtaxjs uriun, ol7 759 Chapel Street. FOR RENT, f&W First floor on Stanley street. I jiijl Second floor on Stanley street. EaiUlL Store and barn on Whalley avenue First floor on Hallock street. Second floor on Hallock street. Second floor on Whalley avenue. First floor on Liberty street. Third floor on Liberty street. Shop in rear of Exchange Building. W. C. WARREN, ocl7 -i 31 EXCHANGE BUILDING.. PAKMSPORSAIiE. Farms for City Property. Money In exchange for city property. City property in exchange for money. $3,600 will secure a bargain. Full particulars at Room 1, Central Block, 788 Chapel street. GEORGE A. ISBELL. oil FOR RENT, 8 rooms on Chapel street. $15 per month. 3 rooms on George street, near Church. Brlok house. 12 rooms, all modern improvements. $4,000, on Hamilton street. Brick house on Artisan street, $4,000. Frame house and grocery store on Putnam street, $2,800. Frame house on Oak street $3,000; rente for $384. Frame house on Hallock street, $3,700. Nice lot on Martin street very cheap; Lot on Jackson street 50x120 for $850. Lot on Ward street 60x127 will be sold low. Valuable property on George street, near Church, at a bargain. Money to loan in sums to suic THOMAS O'BRIEN & CO 800 CHAPEL STREET. ocl For Sale and To Rent. FOR RENT Block House No. 289 Orange M street, renect oraer. possession at once. Rent low to a eood tenant for a term of years. OR SALE House No. 57 Pierpont street. on nowara avenue, iiaiiocs: ave nue and in The Annex." Money to loan in sums of $500 on first Mortgage at 6 per cent. Inquire of WILLIAM C. ROBINSON. 1 No. 14 White's Build'g, PHILIP ROBINSON, f opposite P. O. Hours IU to iz a. m., a to a p. m. ocswaegir WILLIAM H. WHEELEB, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Honey Loaned on Chattel Mortgages and other FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. BENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED. 818 Oliapel Street FOR SALE, TCr aoo Dixwell avenue, west side and next Kto the corner of Henry street, a new two fam llv house with 12 rooms, conveniently ar ranged and desirable in all respects for a pleasant home. The lot has a frontage of thirty-three feet, and is about one hundred and twenty-five feet deep. Price $3,500. Easy terms if desired. Honey to loan on first mortgage in sums to suit. . Eleven houses and thirty-one tenements to rent in different parts of the city. HORACE P. HOADLEY, 2 HOADLEY BUILDING. oc8 Open evenings. FOR RENT, tFTVE Rooms within five minutes' walk of the City Market. Water closet, water and snuk. Five moms No. 24 Snrinir street, near the New York. New Haven and Hartford railroad shops. Small house of five rooms, No. 10 Louis street. Fair Haven; city water. Apply to 792 Chapel street or 98 Olive street. J . n r , 1 1 1 1 r . rv LN VIEW of the opening of the new railroad to West Haven there will be some call for Building Eoti. . I have a tract of land, flnelv situated, close by West Haven Green, on Church street, 400 feet front and 200 feet deep, which I will sell at $5 per front foot, or will take less for the whole of it. There is nothing else so favorably located that can be bought nearly as low. EDWARD A. BAY. assitr A.M.HOLMES, HOUSE MOVER, HAS for rent the 2d floor of house No. 83 Houston St., $10 per month. Half of house No. 4. Lewis St. 190 Clinton Ave., 1st floor. 10 ner month. Half of House 177 Meadow St.. $15 per month. 2d floor No. 12NewballSt., $8 per month, and two rents on Ivy St., for $8 per month each. Also for sale houses 78 Woolsey St., 190 Clinton Ave., 29 Auburn 8t and Atwater St.-, on easy terms. aywanted rnirty more nouses w rent. ma oicricis on untntun ammyy. MALTY EXCHAFG-E ! Houses, Xots, Rents, Iioans. $12,000, first mortfrage, on property worth double the amount; money to be invested in improving same. vim ruJMi'jr wuihi ffUw, on house and lot worth $2,500. F. M. DEMSON, Room 4, corner Church and Chapel streets. o4 OPEN EVENINGS. HINMAN'S REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENCY. Honey to loan at 5 per cent. v Property in all parts of the city for sale. Seashore residences and lots at Savin Rock Shore and West Haven. The beautiful Savin Rock, including sev eral acres of natural grove. This is the finest loca tion for a hotel or residence in the State and will be sold at a bargain. L. B. HINMAN - my ca unurcn tn. West Haven and Savin Rock Real Estate. FOR SALE. PLEASANT locations for bulldinsr houses on ine principal streets ac very low prices .Houses for sale on easy terms. FUK KENT. Ten rood houses tm rent in different rj&rta of the village, uui vii ur ouunn HALIEK A. MAIN, au23 West Haven Conn. Cheap Homes. A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS, Payment Blade Veryfiaay. To all in Want of a Permanent Home. I HAVE to offer for the next thirty days a large number of houses and building lots in all sections oi toe city. Property of savings and individuals at prices far below their nreo- ent value, and on such easy terms of payment that any one paying an ordinary rent can soon own uieir own nomesieau. Appiy eariy to SAITICEL HALLIWELL, 80 CHURCH STREET, Benedict's Coal Office, Ofltoe hours in the evening, frm 8 to 10 o'clock, Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. seaotf DOG LOST. -w A YOUNG Orange and White Setter, il..V ulrnn wlfh n lfb.il .1 Finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving the same at J. T. LEIGHTON & CO., noB at aw uroaqway or B4 Ulll Street. GEORGE W. BUTTON, ARCHITECT. Fruit, Foreign and Domestic WHOLESALE and RETAIL. mitt 1,075 Chapel Street. $400 MINIATURE .ALMANAC. NOVEMBER 8. ... . - Bits Rises, 6:37 1 Moon Risks, I Hiqh Watbb, Sun Skts, 4:43 ; 10:24 1 8:30 BIRTHS. BEMIS In Lyme. Oct. 84, a daughter to Mr. Mrs. Samuel I. Bemis. and MARRIAGES. ANDREWS BULL In this city, Oct. 29, by Rev. Dr. Walker, William S. Andrews, of Bratueboro, Vt., and Miss Hattie C. Bull, of this City. DEATHS. BEECHER In Southlngton, November 5, Polly Beecher, aged (M. PINNEY In Ellington, Oct. 18, Susan A. Pinney, aged ass years. MARPfE EIST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. ARRrVKD, NOVBKBBB 7. Sen Rachel Freeman, Baltimore, coal. Sen L. V. Rose, Baltimore. BXOXD, NOVEMBER 7. . Sch John Chaffee, New York. Sch Harriet Thomas, Baltimore. Sch George Arey, Baltimore. - ; - Sch W. D. CargUl, Baltimore. Fruit Trees For Fall Planting. A SPLENDID stock of choice shade and orna- XI. mental trees, perpetual roses, (lowering shrubs extra size fruit trees, grapevines and small fruits. The new Marlboro raspberry and In dutctrv Brooeeberrv. I have on hand fruit of the Ni agara grape . Call and examine stock, or address n8 3t 8 Elliott Street. THE GREAT WESTERN BEEF CO., Stalls 31 and 33 City Market, ' TTiT this dav a fine stock of beef. veal. Iamb. J 1. pork and ham, and everybody will save 40 per cent, that will call and buy. The people are re spectfully invited to come and see for themselves ana examine me goous. - The Great Western Beef Co. n8 THE USUAL VERDICT. "EIGHMIE PATENT SHIRT " "la the beat fitting and. moat eemfort able Shirt I ever had." Furnished in this city only by T. I. BIERWKV, SOLE AGENT FOB NEW HAVEN. Office ( at Residence), No. 38 College street. Mail orders to show or deliver promptly filled. n8 Reduction In Prices Of Bleats And Poultry. Fine Porterhouse steak 90c; Sirloin 10c; Round from 14c to 16c; Roast Reef from 10c to 16c; Spareribllc. Fine Chickens 16c; Turkeys 80c; Cornea Beef 6c per pound. Come one, come all and save 40 percent, as we sell you more pounds for one dollar than anyone in this city. L. SCHOIfBERGER'S, 1. 2, 3 Central market. n8 . - CONGRESS AVENUHi For Ladies. Gents and Children better value than ever. Hosiery, Gloves and Mittens. SPECIAL; Lisse Neck Ruffle, the finest assortment ever BUownin New Haven, a( from 33 to SO per cent less than real value, being less than cost to manufac ture. These low prices for a short time only while this lot lasts. Oentemeia Kid Gloves, Mme. Demorest's Fat- terns. Special attention given to Stomping.- C. F. BECKLEY. 634 Chapel Street. CHOIR AND SINGING CUSS BOOKS. CHORAL WORSHIP .ah No better provision for the needs of choirs has for a long time been furnished. A noble collection of Church Musics and full Instructive Course. Choral Worship has 320 pages, divided as follows : 100 pages for the Elements, full of pleas ing exercises and Secular Songs in 1, 2, 3 or 4 parts: 75 pages of Hymn Tunes in all metres; 110 pages of Anthems; and about 30 pages of miscellaneous Sa cred music for concerts. Mailed for the retail price, fx ; price per doz. 99. The Model Singer W. O. PERKINS AND D. B. TOWNER, For Singing Classes. A convenient, entertaininsr and useful book of 193 gages, containing 134 graded Exercises, 57 Glees and art Songs, 29 Hymn Tunes, 18 Anthems and 4 Chants; a large and fine provision of material for the teacher. Mailed for the retail price, BOc; price per aoz, e. Gems for Little Singers, a charming collection of genial little songs for Pri mary Schools, Kindergartens and the Children at Home. 20 pictures and 62 songs. By Elizabeth U. Emerson and Gertrude Swayne, assisted by Lu O. Emerson. jusued for the retail price, sue; price per aoz, $3. OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston. olSsawaw ticura Infantile Blood Purifiers and Skin Beautifiers. A Positive Care for Every Form of Skin and Blood Diseases, from Pimples to Scrofula. rrFANTCLE and Birth Humors, Milk Crust, Bcalled Head, Eczemas, and every form of Itch ing, Scaly, Pimply, Scroulous and Inherited Dis eases of the Blood, Skin and Scalp, with loss of Hair, from Infancy to age, cured by the Cuticbra Resolvent, the new blood purifier, internally, and Cutictra and Coticcra Soap, the great skin cures, externally. Absolutely pure and safe, and may be used from the moment of birth. "OUR LITTLE BOY." Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stebbins, Belchertown, Mass., write: '-Our little boy was terribly afflicted with Scrofula, Salt Rheum and Erysipelas ever since he was born, and nothing we could give him helped him until we tried Ccticcra Remedies, which gradually cured him, until he is now as fair as any child.11 WORKS TO A CHARM." .T. S. Weeks. Esq.. Town Treasurer, St. Albans, Vt. says in a letter dated May 28: "It works to a charm on my baby's face and head. 'Cured the bead en tirely, and has nearly cleaned the face of sores. I have recommended it to several, and Dr. Plant has ordered it lor tnem. " "A TERRIBLE CASE." Charles Eavre Hinkle. Jersey City Heights, N. J. writes: "My son, a lad of twelve years, was com pletely cured of a terrible case of Eczema by the Ccticuba Remeoies. Prom the top of his head to the soles of his feet was one mass of scabs." Every other remedy and physicians had been tried in vain. FOR PALE, LANGUID, Emaciated children, with pimply, sallow skin, the Ccticuba Remedies will prove a perfect blessing, oleaDsing the blood and skin of inherited impurities ami ttxnellin&r the eerms of scrofula, rheumatism. consumption and severe skin diseases. Knlri hv all drutrinsts. Price: Cuticcra. SOots.: Resolvent, $1: Soap, 25 cts.; PoTTBn 1-ru and Chemical uo., eosion, juasg. Send for "How to Care Sltln Plseases." lin 1 TjrrtV For Sunburn, Tan, and Greasy liTjJV U 1 X Skin, Blackheads, Skin Blem ishes, and Infantile humors, use Cuticcra Soap, a real Beantiiier. ocl sawaw THE GEf.imiE FOR 1884. Manufactured by the BOYNTON FURNACE CO. For sale by the FRANKLIN STOVE CO., 833 CIIAPEIa STREET, Sole Agents for New Haven, Conn CALL AND EXAMINE. oclleodtrapp ""GBATEFUI COMFORTING. EPFS' COCOA. BREAKFAST. ' -By a thorough taowledge of which govern w.TZTr; tlon, and py a careiu. -w---"-T " our breakfast tables with a deUoaSely flavored bev rMwnich may save us many heavy doctors' bills, nlfbv tel. Sicious use of such article, of d ietthat , SnstituUonmaybe gradually buutupuntilspng nnraiirh tO resiOT every w;uuci"-j w u dred? of subtile maladies are floating around us ready SoiStack wherever there is a weak .point. Wemay ,roM:WSornulk Sold in J AMES FPP8 rCmtbio Chemists, SeMtueii&wedJT. JiOpdon. England' WrterMfirra Boynton Furnace News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. STILL IN The Election Not Defi nitely Settled. KEW YORK'S VOTE UNKNOWN. Both Parties Claiming The State. THE LATEST REVISED FIGURES Showing In Favor Cleveland. or THE ELECTION. New Torlcthe All Important State A Bevlsed Count by the Associated Pren-a Probable Plurality or 1,424 Shown For Cleveland Tbe Kepnbll eans Refuse to Coneede the State Vet Latest Berlew of the Situation. New York, Nov. 7. -Matters concerning the election were taken up by the grand jnry to-day. It is understood that they have al ready found indictment's which charge certain persons with fraud in the canvass. : Inspec tors and poll clerks in the various districts are required by law to furnish re turns to the county '- clerk, the police election - bureau and the , Mayor, but returns from a number of election and assembly districts have not been received and some of those received are incomplete. If it should appear that any of them have im properly withheld the returns they will be prosecuted. The assistant district attorney assigned to investigate the matter is dispos ed, however, to attribute their delinquency to ignorance in the majority of cases. Nkw York, Nov. 7. The counting of the votes of New York county was begun in 'the county clerk's office to-day. Eighteen of the twenty-four districts were counted and found to tally exactly with the figures previously given, The counting will be resumed at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning. New York, Nov. 7. On the application of General Francis C. Barlow and Francis L. Stetson Judge Barrett to-day granted a writ of mandamus requiring John J. O'Brien, chief of the bureau of elections, to permit representatives of the Democratic National committee to examine the returns of the presidential vote in this city in the bureau of elections. It is asserted that the Republican commit tee elaim to have evidence to prove that the returns have been tampered with, particular ly in Kings, Queens, TJister and St. Lawrence counties and that in one polling district alone in Ulster county Cleveland had a majority of 03 over the voting population. There is also a net gain of 300 Democratic votes in St. Lawrence county beyond the most liberal Republican estimate of their oppo nents' strength. These and similar points, it is said, Mr. Elkins intends to use through competent counsel before the board of can vassers, entering a formal protest on the ground of fraud and put the presidential fight as last resort into the courts. At a late hour to-night the Tribune posted the following bulletin: "Occasional dis patches correcting slight discrepancies in the returns still arrive, but' give -no important re sults. It is obvions that the plurality on either side is so close that it can only be set tled by the official count. At a meeting of the executive committee of the various merchants' Cleveland and Hendricks clubs in the Fifth Avenue Hotel to-night it was resolved that a mass meeting of the merchants and ' citizens should be held at the Academy of Music to-morrow - night . "for the pur pose of giving .expression to our sentiment of gratification and to rejoice over the peaceful conclusion of the political contest.". Among the gentlemen invited to address the meeting are Mr. - Beecher. Hon. Carl Schura, Hon. S. J. Eandalll Hon. Georee William (Jurtis, lion, tfeniamin 1. Bristow, Frederick R. Coudert and others. New Yort, Nov. 7. An extra edition of the Telegram gives an interview with Agent French of the Associated Press, who says: About li or la to-night we will give our footings and a comparison with the figures of the oounty clerks. The election is very close and a slight error in our footings or in the footings of the county clerks would throw the result either way. We have discovered errors in counties, the names of which I do not care to give list yet. These are errors by comparison of the county clerks. There was one serious error in the footings of the Associated Press. That occurred in West chester county and was caused by a blurred figure which was taken for a '6.' That gave Mr. Cleveland 500more votes. But notwith standing this Mr. Blaine will still have a lead, but a very slight one." The pluralities by counties as sent out by the Associated Press to-night shows Cleveland's probable plurality in the State to be 1,424. The Official Returns All In. - New York, Nov. 7. An extra edition of the Mail and Express says: "The Associated Press has now the official returns ; in from each district.of every county. As footed up they show a small Republican plurality. The totals differ from' those made by the Democratic State committee on the returns from the county clerks of each county, but the figures received by the Associated Press from each distriot are the same received by the county clerks of the respective counties of the State. . The result is now to be decided upon the accuracy of the footing up of the totals as between the Associated Press and the Democratic State and National commit tees. About midnight tne Associated Press will send out its figures on every county completed and revised and will at the same time issue the totals as based on the figures of the county clerks. The public will then have to take its choice of the figures until the official count settles the question. . Pres ent indications point to a plurality of 250 for Mr. Blaine." A Statement Mrom John Kelly. New York, Nov. 7. Hundreds of tele grams have been received from all over tbe country inquiring the views of Mr. Kelly on the election, and especially asking his opin ion on New York State. In response to these inquiries Mr. Kelly to-night sent the follow ing statement: The figures show a total vote for Cleveland and Blaine of 1,104,615 and, a plu rality for Cleveland of 1,150. The Al bany Journal concedes this. I am of the opinion that the counties, when canvassed by the boards of supervisors on Tuesday next, will show an increase over the Journal's Azures. The National Democratic committee's figures are 1,300 for Cleveland and their statement is based on positive in formation. I have no doubt of Governor Cleveland's election, although the people will be kept in suspense until an omcial can vass can assure them positively of the result. The means taken to con ceal the. facts by those having charge of the vote cast in the several election districts of the State of New York indicate that efforts have been . made to tamper with the returns, but the vigilance of the Democratic National .committee has prevented it. You can rely on these figures, as 1 nave assurance tnai tney are accurate and that the State canvass will find them correct or nearly so. And if there are re ductions the number will not be sufficient to defeat Cleveland's election. (Signed) John Kelly. The Democratic Committee Issue an Address. New York, Nov. 7. The following has been issued: Headquarters National.. Demo- 1 cratic Committee, V New York, Nov. 7, 1884. ) To the people of the United States: . There can no loneer be any question con cerning the actual result of the presidential election. Grover Cleveland and Thom as A. Hendricks, have a majority of eighteen " in the electoral college. It is not worth while for our adversaries to claim the electoral vote of the State of New York. It is absolutely certain that the re turns of the proper officers of elections on the night of the 4th of. November showed a decisive plurality in tne state or tne elec tors aurmortincr Cleveland and Hendricks. If any different or altered returns are now being prepared or are promulgated they are corrupt falsifications of the records of the State of New York and the men aiding or abetting the making of sueb reports are criminals. It is not. exited that you will tamely submit to thejnaskina- tions of such men. Let them understand that you will not. Recognize at noon to morrow throughout the United States the actual election of Cleveland and Hen dricks by firing national salutes. Meet to morrow mgnt throughout the country and express your opinions in a manner that can not be misunderstood. The men of New York are resolved not to submit to the gross outrage attempted to be perpetrated upon their rights and will speak for themselves. Signed William H. Barnttm, Chairman National Democratic Committee. K. P. Gorman. Chairman National Democratic Executive Committee. Congratulations Pouring; In On Cleve land. : . Albany, Nov. 7. Governor Cleveland spent most of the day at the executive cham ber receiving the calls and congratulations of friends. Over one thousand persons shook him by the hand and tendered the felicita tions on the result. He received all courteously. A salute will be fired at noon to-morrow and a mass meeting is to be held id ; the evening. A grand parade will be held Monday even ins, when the President-elect will be sere naded at the executive mansion. He will respond in a brief speech. Congratulatory telegrams have been received from all parts of the country and are still pouring in. All here feel confident and certain that a fair count will insure a Democratic triumph. Parading stopped In Brooklyn. Brooklyn, Nov. 7. A number of the Cleveland organizations met in their head quarters in the different wards of the city to-night and arranged to parade with brooms and torches. Mayor Low fearing trouble re quested Acting Superintendent Murphy to ' stop .all paraders on the streets wheth er the organizations had permits or not. The Cleveland men when in formed of the Mayor's order were much annoyed, but declared they could not stop their cheering and accordingly made the streets ring during tne evening witn tneir campaign songs and cheers for their candi date.' Ex-Senator Daggett, who has con ducted the Republican campaign in Kings county, was at the headquarters tp-night and said he still felt confident from all he could learn that Blaine was elected. The betting on the election is even. Blaine Demands an Honest Count. New York, Nov. 7. The following tele gram has been received: Acocsta, Me., Nov. 7. To B. F. Jones, chairman Republican Na tional committee: I am advised that there have been frauds committed in New York State. I believe that the honest vote of the State gives a Re publican plurality and I ask the committee to see that we have a fair and honest count. (Signed) Jakes G. Blaine. Bfassacbusetts. "Glorious Summer" For the Demo crats. Boston, Nov. 7. The Democratic city Central committee fired a salute of 219 guns on the common to-night in honor of Cleve land's election. When the firing began there were less than five hundred people present, but the' boom of the cannon soon drew a crowd of at least seven thousand. Simulta neously with the firing of the first gun the following despatch was put on the wires: President-elect Grover Cleveland, Al bany, N. Y. Toe democratic city committee ot .Boston send hearty congratulation and are now fir ing a salute or zlv rans in recognition or your great and glorious victory. 'Now is tne winter or our discontent made glorious summer by the son of York." MICHAEL CUNIFFE. One Hundred Suns For Cleveland. Newb ur yport, Nov . 7. A salute of one hundred guns in honor of Cleveland's victory was fired by the Democrats of this city to night. New Hampshire. The Next Legislature. Concord, Nov. 7. Complete returns show that 181 Republicans and 120 Democrats are elected to the next legislature. Returns from 148 towns-and wards give a majority of 1,152 in favor of holding a convention to amend the constitution. The Governor has appoint ed Thursday, November 27, for Thanksgiv ing. . The Democrats fired a national salute, this afternoon in honor of Cleveland's election and paraded to-night. A formal celebration of the Democratic victory has been arranged for next week by the city committee. Rhode Island. Democrats Rejoicing at Providence. Providence, R. I., Nov. 7. The neigh borhood of the newspaper offices bas been thronged all the evening by enthusiastic Democrats cheering for Cleveland and Hen dricks. A salute of thirty-eight guns was fired in honor of the success of their ticket. Blaine Bulletins Forced Down. Providence, R. I., Nov. " 7. An angry, excited crowd thronged the streets in front of the Journal and News bulletins this evening claiming the Country for Blaine and howled so vociferously that the Republican papers hauled in the bulletins, the Journal giving in first. Maine. One Hundred Ouns at Portland. Boston, Nov. 7. A Portland dispatch, to the Globe says: "The Democrats are now firing one hundred guns in honor of Cleve land's election. On the day of election the Republicans procured their powder and put it in the city building, where it would be ready for instant use. They sent it back this morning. The Democrats then took it and it is now being used by them." PORTLAND. Me., NOV. 7. At 1U:3U tniS morning the Daily Press (Rep.) issued an ex tra admitting Cleveland's election. There is great rejoicing among the Democrats. Banoor, Me., Nov. 7. me Democrats of Bangor celebrated their victory this noon by ringing bells and firing cannon. Iowa. ' Republicans Ready to Protect Their Victory. Des Moines, Nov. 7. The following dis patch was sent to the National Bepublican committee by the Iowa Republican com mittee: Des Moines. Nov. 7. Republican National Committee, New York. The Iowa Republicans, believing with the National' committee that Blaine is fairly elected, are ready to protect the victory of their party in whatever way it becomes neces sary. We believe with Mr. Blaine that any party should be able to stand defeat, bnt a party worthy of success as is the Republican party should not yield to fraud in the slight est degree, at whatever cost. Signeuj w. r. wolf, Uaairman nepuDncan state committee. Illinois. Wild Excitement In Chicago The Streets Blocked With Anxious and Excited Throngs. Chicago, Nov. 7.-s-Political excitement has been at fever heat throughout the day. About noon the throngs around the news paper offices were so dense that Mayor Harri son personally visited each paper and re quested that the displaying of bulletins be discontinued. This was universally complied with, but did not have the effect of dispersing the crowds and thousand stood for hours awaiting the printing of extras. To-night a score of processions aggregating perhaps thirty-five thousand people are going through the streets in the business center with trumpets for instru ments, barrels for drums and cheering wild ly far Cleveland and Hendricks and shouting in unison "No '76." Despatches from the West report general Demo cratic jubilations. Returns from this State are coming in . slowly and members of the Democratic State committee are without data upon which to give an estimate of the probable Republican plurali ty. Returns from Illinois on the vote for president nave been received from all coun ties in the State except seven and show that Blaine has a plurality of 22,375. In 1880 Garfield had a plurality of 1,249 in the counties which have not yet reported. This indicates that Mr. Blaine will have 23,000. The returns on Governor are by no means complete, bnt (Meshy will have about 5,000 plurality. Harrison's private secretary claims his election, but will give no figures. Missouri. mocratlc Editor Fixing the Cabi net. St. Lours, Nov. 7. The Chronicle prints an interview with Joseph B. McCulloch of the Globe-Democrat in which he says: y - "Blaiu ingly large S Voters all over the count? did that Blaine should not haveTifcB: nated either voted with the Democrats or refused to vote for him. In Illinois the ef fect of this defection is seen best. The But ler vote, which was expected to be 30.000 in KftV Vft.V .nil .1 t II strength from the Democrats, fell far below 4Vl 11.. AB;.A. V J! 1 . vuw. mime uie Msinperance vote drew from the Republicans." He thinks that Randall will ha KAni-etAi-v r.t v,a t. nry and Thurman Attorney General. Cheers for Beecher and Kelly. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 7. At 1 o'clock to day a procession of six hundred members of tne merchants' jfixchange was formed and the Republican office serenaded. Cheers were given for the Republican, for Cleve land, for Beecher and John Kellv. Thev marched to the other newspaper offices and J made several speeches. John T. McEnnis during a speech said: ''Cleveland has been elected, and by heU be President," which caught the sentiment of the serenaders who vaIIat! thAmsAlvaa hiwnu) TnYiirVif 4lm TWi. ocrats give Blaine a mock funeral. Georgia. Fifty Thousand In the Streets of Atlanta. Atlanta, Ga.. Nov. 7. Over fifty thou- ; sand are parading in the streets of Atlanta: to-night rendering the night hideous with the music of the rejoicing over Cleveland's : election. Governor McDaniel made a speech ! with an American flag wrapped around him. An entnusiastic uatnoiic on Deing assured of Cleveland's election sent the following des patch to Augusta: . Mv dear Ur. Blaine: 'Bum. Romanism and Re bellion did it." . THE FEELING IN ENGLAND. Anxiety And Confusion Over The Con- Hiding News From America. ( London, Nov. 7. The unfortunate mis calculations of the New York Associated Press as to the vote at the recent election, which have led to great excitement and fears of riot in America, are also responsible for much anxiety and confusion of mind in this city and elsewhere on this side of the At lantic. Tho interest shown by Americans resident abroad has been very great and every place , where information . is to be had has been crowded from early morning till late at night. English men also have interested themselves far more in this than in any former election. The question of correct information has therefore been a very important one and the reports of the United Press as published here by the Central News have been heartily com mended for their accuracy and consistency throughout. The first dispatch from this source on Tuesday evening announced Mr. Cleveland's election as almost certain and as soon as a sufficient number of returns were obtainable this prediction was followed by the positive announcement. Reuters despatches emanating from the Associated Press declared Blaine's election from the start and declined to admit Cleveland's victory until this afternoon. Meanwhile the United Press received the singular and perhaps un precedented compliment of having copies of its final despatch to the Central News to-day posted in the library and smoking rooms of the House of Commons as follows: Mav Gould congratulates Cleveland on his elec tion to the presidency." This was universally accepted as settling all doubt, and anxious enquiries as to the re sult of the election gave place to animated comments upon the probable effect of the change of parties in tne kimted States. Tne haste of the noted financier to abandon the protege for whom he hadso zealously labored and to salute the winning man was the source of a good deal of sarcastic comment, bnt it was admitted that the telegram would, as Mr. Gould had doubtless intended, have a favor able influence upon the stock market. The prevailing sentiment was aptly expressed by one of the younger members of the Honse, who, seeing the bulletin, exclaimed: 'When the devil was sick the devil a monk would lie: When the devil got well, the devil a monk was he." The numerous inquiries as to the election which continue to be made at the American Exchange and the various newspaper offices are now mainly connned to the question ot the official announcement of the result as the myriad of bets upon both sides cannot be liquidated until this is decided. - Maryland. The Excitement In Baltimore A Number of Petty Squabbles Without Any Serious Result. Baittmobe, Nov. 7. The Monumental city is abandoned to the excitement and hilarity incident to the presidential election. Busi ness and work are scarcely thought of. The streets are and have been all day blockaded by a crowd as large almost as that of the previous days since the election. To add to the din the small boy is out in full force with his tin horn. Petty squabbles are numerous, but nothing of a serious character has oc curred. This afternoon a crowd of negroes paraded np Eutaw street and when passing a gang of street sweepers cheered for Blaine. The scavengers immediately charged upon the colored men with their hickory brooms and the latter scattered in all direc tions. Four of the street cleaners were arrested and locked up. An eve that caused much amusement occurred this evening.- It was a mock funeral, the sub ject being an effigy of Mr. Blaine. His hands were covered with white gloves and the body was wrapped in a bloody shirt. The "corpse" was lying upon a stretcher borne by four able-bodied men who wore crape on their hats and arms. Pinned to the body was a placard with the following inscription: : ' jambs' j." BLAINE ' ;" : DIED NOVEMBER 4, 1884. : Requiescat in Pace. The cortege, which was composed of about 350 men and boys headed by a fife and drum band, marched down Baltimore street to the music of the dead march and was hailed with shouts of laughter all along the line of march. Small parades have been the order of the day and banners with such inscriptions as "No repetition of '76": ' 'Led to victory by Mary land's son A. P. Gorman", etc., etc., have been displayed everywhere. The Feeling In Washington. Washington, Nov. 7. The excitement here over the result in New York is intensi fied as time passes and nothing bnt unofficial figures showing either a plurality for Blaine or Cleveland and conflicting claims come from New York. Conservative men of both parties agree that the official returns must be awaited. Another of the Abolitionists Gone. Boston, Nov. 7. Dr. William Wells Brown, a prominent colored temperance, suf frage and labor reformer, died this after noon. He was a intelligent and active mem ber of the little band of old-time abolitionists. He took deeply to heart the death of Wen dell Phillips, whose intimate friend he was, and has steadily failed since. He was sixty eight years old. The Jubilation at Springfield. Springfield, Nov. 7. The Democrats cel ebrated their victory to-night with cannon, bells and fireworks. A big procession pa raded the Btreets, which were liberally dec orated and illuminated. THANKSGIVING. A Proclamation by the President. Washington, Nov. 7. President Arthur has issued the following Thanksgiving day proclamation: A PROCLAMATION. , The season is nigh when it is the yearly wont of this people to observe a day appoint ed for that purpose by the President as a special occasion for thanksgiving unto God Now, therefore, in recognition of this hal lowed custom, I, Chester A. Arthur, Presi dent of the United States, do hereby designate as such day of general thanks giving Thursday, the 27th day of this present November. And I do recommend that throughout the land the people, ceasing from their accustomed occupations, do then keep holiday at their several homes and their several places of worship and with he artand voice pay reverent acknowledgment to the Giver of all good for the countless blessings wherewitn ne natn visited this nation. In witness whereof I hav hereunto set my hand and cause the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the city of Washington, this sev enth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight-ty-four and of the independence of the United States the one hundred and ninth. Chester A. Arthur. more Cholera at Paris. Pahis, Nov. 7. Nine cases of cholera and suit of Mi? Janauschek, whic. Judge Arnold since Mon ing rendered a verdict for defeni Grandma Garfield Seriously 111 Cleveland, Nov. 7. "Grandma" Garfield is reported seriously ill this morning. Mrs. Larrabee, a sister of the late President Gar field, died Monday and was buried yesterday. Mrs. Garfield attended the ' funeral against the wishes of her physician. The Failures of the Week. New York, Nov. 7. There were 166 fail ures in the United States during the weekf against 803 in the preceding week and 219 149 and 149 in the corresponding weeks of 1883, 1882 and 1881 respectively. The English Franchise Bill. London, Nov. 7. In the House of : Com mons to-night the franchise bill was passed to its second reading by a vote of 372 to 232. The Parnellites supported the government, casting 89 votes in the affirmative. SLAIN BI HER LOVEB. A Pretty Girl Stabbed To Death. Baltimore, Nov. 7. Emeline Miller, a pretty girl aged eighteen, was stabbed in the groin and killed this evening in front of Miller's saloon on North Paca street. The girl, who resides with her parents neaz where the stabbing . occurred, was standing with William Exetine and Frank Mitchell engaged ' in conver sation when Jacob Eatzenberger came up to the trio. " After the exchange of a few remarks the girl exclaimed, "Katzenberger, you have hurt me," and fell to the pavement. she died in a few minutes. Katzenberger is under arrest. It is said he and the girl were1 engaged to be married. Believe the Coachman Innoeent. Dr. Zink, the physician who was so nearly killed by a brutal assault some weeks ago, is reported as about to move for a reduction in the bail of David Beaudet, his coachman, who is confined in jail awaiting trial for the assault. Dr. Zink and his wife, with many of their neighbors, believe Baudet innocent of the crime with which he is charged. County Commissioners. The county commissioners were in session yesterday and issued licenses as follows: William B. Clarke, Branford; Lissette Sohn, Justus Scholz, Orange; Philip Spookeimer, Henry Perthes and Henry A. Dunham, Sey mour; John F. McCarthy, Sonthbury; P. J. Dowling, C. H. Coe, Derby; Henry J. Bris tol, Milford. Religions Services. United Church. Rev. Lewellyn Pratt, D. D., of Hartford, will preach in the morning at 10:30 and m tne evening at 7:au. First Baptist Branch (82 Nash street). Sabbath school at 3:30o'clock. Preaching in the evening at 7:80 by the Rev. C. H. Dickinson, of Yale seminary. Gospel Union English Hail, corner of Court nnH fit-Ate shvpt. TCviuiceliKtic meeting with SDeak- ing and singing of gospel hymns at 7:30 p. m. All are welcome. Howard Avknce Cono. Church. The pastor will nrearti at. 10-30 a. m. Subiect. "The Heavenly Citi zenship." Dr. Barbour will preach in the evening at 7:30. Advent Church. Beers Street Social meeting in the morning at 10:80. Preaching at 2:30 and 7:30 p. in. oy raaer i. i l. l mimey, oi esuieiu, mum. All are welcome. Seats free. Calvary Baptist Church (Chapel, corner York streets). Preaching in the morning by Rev. S. Dryden Phelps, D. D. Evening service under the direction oi uie x oung men s unrisuau aauuiiuii. TrmimREV Street Congregational Church. Rev. Spencer H. Bray, pastor, will speak morning and evening. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Young oeoDle's prayer meeting at 6 p. m. Pews all free. St. John Street M. E. Church. The pastor. Rev. A. H. Wyatt. will preach at 10:30 a. m. Subject "The Two Wrestlers." Bible school at 12:15 and praise service at 7:15 p. m. Everyone made wel come. First M. E. Church. Rev. D. A. Goodsell, D. D., pastor. The pastor exchanges with the Rev. Dr. J. O. Peck, D. D. Afternoon, Sabbath school. Even ing, the pastor will preach. Young people's meet ing at 6:15 p.m. Good Samaritans. The Good Samaritans will hold a temperance meeting at Peck's Grand Opera House Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. There will be addresses and vocal and instrumental - music. Volunteer contributions at the door. Davenport Church (Wooster Square). I. C. Meserve, pastor. Preaching service in the fore noon at 10:30. In the evening at 7:30 the pastor will preach a sermon to the Young Men's Christian as sociation. Sunday school in the afternoon at 2:30. Strangers welcomed to all. the services. , College Street Church. The Rev. W. W. McLane. D. D., pastor, will preach Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. ih. In' compliance with the re quest of the international committee of the Y. M. C. A. the sermon in the evening will be to young men. Subject, "The Battle and the Victory." First Baptist Church (Wooster Square.) Preaching in the morning at 10:30 by the pastor, Rev. Wallace H. Butrick. Subject of sermon, "Why Should the Christian Church Do a Special Work for Young Men?" Praise service in the lec ture room at 7 p. m. with an address by the pas tor. Union Armory on Meadow Street. Chaplain M. H. Houghton of the Second regiment, C. N. G., will conduct religious services Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Subject of discourse, "The presidential campaign in the light of our growing institutions and of future prosperity." The Harugari Liederta f el society will sing. The public are cordially in vited. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church (Dwigtit Place, corner George street). Rev. Dr. J. 0. Peck, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. by Rev. Dr. Good sell in exchange with the pastor. Bible school at 2:30. In the evening at 7:30 the pastor will preach jhe sixth sermon of theseries to young men. Sub ject, "The Young Mana Fugitive and a Vaga bond." Atheneum. At the Atheneum Sunday afternoon at 8:46 there will be a meeting held under the auspi ces of the Young Men's Christian association and addressed by Rev. J. O. Peck, D. D., of Trinity M. E. church. At Davenport church the Rev. I. C. Me serve will preach to young men in the evening. The public are cordially invited to attend both these services- Church of the Holt Spirit, Second Universalist. Rev. Phoebe A. Hanaford, pastor. Services at 10:30 and 7:30. Sunday school and adult Bible classes at noon. Conference meeting Tuesday evening. Ser mons to-morrow by the pastor. Morning: "Who Helps Fight Our Battles," (ii Chron., xxxii, 8.) Even ing: "The Everlasting Kingdom," (ii Peter, i, 11.) All are cordially invited. Catarrh Is undoubtedly caused by impure blood. 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Mrs. Wright can be consulted at her office, 98 Or ange street, daily, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. m28tf CARLL'S OPERA HOUSE. Two Nights Only and "Wednesday Matinee, November 11 and 12. THOMPSON'S OPERA COMPANY, 3 5 ARTISTS 3 5 The European Opera Comique Sensation, as per formed in Vienna 350 and at the Casino, New York, 150 nights. The Beggar Student. Opera Comique in Three Acts. Music by Carl Millocker. Words by Genee & Zell. Chorus of twenty-five. Beautiful Costumes, Appointments, etc. Seats now on sale at L.oomi.s Admission 25c. and 50c. Reserved seats ?5c. and $1. n8 4t J. WILLIAM FLETCHER, Trance Medium, Will Lecture on SPIRITUALIST! At Spiritualist Hall, 102 Orange Street, Sunday, 2 p. m , "The Mediums of the past." Evening 7:30, "Spiritualism's relation to Theology.1 The lecture will be followed by a test seance. A voluntary of fering of 10 cents will be accepted at the door. "V- n8 It MONDAY NIGHT, NOV. 10. First performance of the season given by the NATIONAL BLUES, on which occasion Boucicaulfs Five Act play, the OCTOROON. Will be performed with a superb cast. General admission 35 cents. Reserved Seats 50 and 75 cents at the Opera House Box Office. Wednesday, Nov. 12. first night of a course of Lec tures by HARRY W, FRENCH. Course tickets sold at Downes & Co's and at Box Office, Opera House. no7 3t "GRAND OPENING! New Haven Roller Skating Rink, D WIGHT STREET. Wednesday Evening, ov. 12. Music every evening and every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon. Admissions, morning and afternoon, single ad mission 15 cents. Use of skates 10 cents. Saturday afternoon, for children under 12 years of age, 10 cents. Use of skates 5 cents. The management reserve the right to refuse ad mission to objectionable parties. T. R. ACKRILL, no6 Manager, CARLL'S OPERA HOUSE. K rid ay and Saturday, Nov. T and 8. FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY. 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