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SMf November 15, 1884. TOL.LII. Mp&ctod Notices. DO NOT BUY Until yon have seen nrtocR of Cloaks. We are satisfied that we are leading all others In cbolceness of styles and In sales. Misses' and Children's also, Twenty pieces! of Cheney Brothers' Black Silks Just arrived. We will sell tlf em 50 cents a yard lower than former prices. These are the cheapest silks ever shown In - New Haven. Secure a pattern while you can. Seal Plush'CIoaklngs from $T.50 to $lS.OO per yard ; perfect Imi tation of the real skins. Heal Seal Loop and Fastenings. wrFrerLBEH,r, 65 CHURCH STREET, opposite P.O. i 79 to 89 RAILROAD AVENUE. X- MOFFATT Is now offering a very large and fine assortment of PHOTOGRAPH, AUTOGRAPH & SCRAP ALBUMS At Low Figures. Also Metal Goods in great variety in Brass, Bronze, dec., See. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM. 495, 497, 499 a,nc3. BOX State Street. JELE A. RIB A, Artist and Sign Painter, 787 CHAPEL STREET. Parties in the country ordering work by mail or otherwise are given special discounts. Nothing but flrst-class work done here. Telephone. jy!2 6m 'Costly thy habit, as thy purse can buy; Not expressed in fancy ; nch not gaudy ; For the apparel oft proelaimeth the man1 Shakespeare. announcemenTextraordinary. JOSEPH KAISER, MERCHANT TAILOR, 367 STATE STREET. . Owing to my ill-health I will be compelled to eave New Haven for the South by the 1st of Janu ry Having purchased the largest and most select tock of foreign and domestic Woolens that could be ound, I am compelled to close them out before the st of December, at prices unknown before in the istory of New Haven. I have on hand for inspec : ion the latest novelties in Corkscrews and Whip : ords in all shades. Elysians, Beavers, Plaids, Ker eys. Meltons, and in fact every style of goods that s in the market, which I am determined to sell (re gardless of cost) from $5 to $10 less on a Suit or Overcoat than can be purchased elsewhere. . I have also 500 patterns of the latest novelties in Pantaloon Goods. , O vercoats made to order from $32.08 upwards. Suite made to order from $24.00 upwards. Pants made to order from $5.00 upwards. Special inducements to7 out of town customers. Railroad fares paid both ways. Fit and workmanship guaranteed. - Prices lower than ever. Call and be convinced. JOSEPH KAISER, Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Fine Ready Made Clothing, NO. 367 STATE STREET. To be well dressed, oft' times supersedes the rest." oc24 8m Byron. Smoke S ALL'S ROSAS, our new 5 CENT CIGAR, espe cially manufactured for our retail trade, anteed all Havana filler, and warranted the best cigar for the money ever sold. g2 EDW. E. HALL A SON. Table Boarders AN be accommodated with nrst-ciass taoie board. Home-made victuals, inquire m no7 lm 509 CHAPEL BTKMT. c BOARDANO ROOM, i pi.EASiNT front room, furnished, for frent with board to two gentlemen on reasona- Lhle terms. ijocation.juwienisi.reei. iuti- icga?callatRoom8, gn CHAPEL STREET. "Wells & Ghinde, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Sole Agents in New Haven for the Rockford Quick Train Watches 266 CHAPEL STREET. REPAIRING OF, ALL KINDS PROMPTLY DONE jyio PIANOFORTE. HARMONY AND COMPOSITION MRS. BRAND Has recommenced her lessons for the season, and has vacancies for a few pupils. Terms moderate. ' 121 YORK STREET, s2 3mo Two doors from Crown. Miss Fannie C. Howe. CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE (Italian method) and PIANO INSTRUCTION. Charle T. Howe, FLUTE AND PIANO INSTRUCTION, 102 CROWN STREET. NEAR TEMPLE STREET. sel8tf . MT:""' """"" ' No. 847 Chapel street. Thorough commercial train ing for young men and ladies. Evening sessions. Apply for circular giving full information. s!8 CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. H17S1C Vocal and Instrumental and Turing. AKT. Drawing, Painting, Modeling and PortrattttrA, ORATORY. literature and Xjanariasre.. POAtG. Elegant accommodations for 600 lady stnaenta ALL THKM begins Sept. 11th. Beautifully 111 d Calendar free. Address 15. TOCRJEE. Director, n FXtAHKXXIV SQUARE. BQ8TQJI, IUAS3 LEARN SOMETHING USEFUL! Don't Waste Your Evenings! . Less than a year ago a young man who was em ployed in an office during the day attended our Evening School for a while, and is now private sec retary to General F. D. Sloat of this city. Another young man, learned while working in a shop, took a position last November, and is now getting (1,000 a year with a large manufacturing company. Young men who have the capacity to see beyond their noses will attend the Phonographic School of P. H. COGSWELL, 811 Chapel Street. For Sale or Exchange, A FIRST-CLASS BRICK HOUSE, fourteen mom with all the improvements, located ms, witn au me unpwremwiw. wcic. itrflJ: would exchange for smaller property that would rent welL - FORKENT, A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE on Howe street, partly furnished, at reduced price for the nrinhw .in Miiiirm ah nrtfifl. Money to loan on improved property. Inquire at NO. 70 CHURCH BTREET. ROOM S. (VOfBce open evenings from 7 to 8. Ei. F. COMSTOCK. no!5 FAR KENT. BRICK HOUSE, No. 832 Chapel street; mod ern conveniences. Inquire of noMtf ' . - js. JtAji uLtListj ac kjkj. FOR RENT. l " FURNISHED or unfurnished. L moderate prices. nol4t . rooms at Inrjuire at 6 COLLEGE STREET. FOR BEST, FIVE rooms on the second floor of No. 58 I mjT Edwards street. Possession given immedi , ately. Apply to WM. F. DANN, nlS tf 8 Franklin or 105 Greene Street. WANTED. TO BUY a small farm within a few miles 61 New Haven. B. M. HOOKER, si Excn&nge suiiuiiig. FOR RENT,' l SOME desirable tenements. I ble. Possession at once. Rentreasona- DOl3 81 EXCHANGE BUILDING. FOR RENT, LOWER uart of a house, consisting of seven rooms, cellar, etc.; five minutes west or post- Ollice. iient .18 per munui. unjiiii VM. B. J. nwwsun, "hlltf " v 47 Court street. Local "Weather Record. .FOB NOV. 14, 1884 7:18 11:16 8:16 7:16 11:16 A. M. A. H. P. M. r.U P.K. .. 30.11 80.14 -30.08 80.08 80.08 . . 37 '45 60 46 43 .59 45 52 60 64 Thermometer Humiditv Wind, in direction - - and velocity in 4 miles per hour.. NWS W6 SW 8 SW 7 Weather Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Mean "bar. ity, 58.8. Max. temp.. incnes. Max. velocity of wind, 12 miles. News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. SW 6 Clear 80.093; mean temp., 43.4; mean humid 52.; min. temp., 86.; rainfall NEW YORK'S CAPASS FOB KOV. 14, 1888. Mean bar., 29.88: mean temp., 37. ; mean humid ity, 50. Max temp., 46; ' min. temp., 28. J. H. SHERMAN, Sergt S. C U. S. A Little More Than ' . Completed. Half A minus sign prefixed to thermometer read ings indicates temperature below zero. t A dash 1 prefixed to rainfall figures Indicates precipitation too small to measure. NO CHANGE YET OF KENT. MIXIATI'KE ALMANAC. NOVEMBER 15. Suit Risbs, Sun Sbts, 6:45 I 4:36 1 Moon Risks. 4:35 Hioh Wateb, 9:34 Gossips Busy With Cleve land's Cabinet. BIRTHS. BEACH In Milton, Nov. 6, a son to Edgar D. Beach. GAYLORD In Torringford, Oct. 80, a son to Her bert Gaylord. GRAVES BY THE HUNDREDS. MARRIAGES. PULVER ROGERS In New Milford, Nov. 6, Tal madge Pulver and Miss Mira B. Rogers, both of North Canaan. LEWIN FRANCISCO In this city. Nov. 14, at the residence of Deacon Bradley, Division street, by Rev. D. W. Clark, Mr. qharles Lew in, of Fair Ha ven, and Miss Ella Francisco, of this city. Fearful mortality In The Panama Canal. THE ELECTION. DEATHS. to FOR RENT, ttivip now rimiflAA witn eiirht rooms, 812.50: Wo tAYiATnnrits in new nouses with live rooms, iilLftQ: five tenements in new houses with three TwnTT whole houses and forty tenements various parts of the city. .. Houses and lots for sale all over the city. Money to loan on first mortgage in sums to suit. HORACE P. HOADIiEY, S HOADLEY BUILDING. Office open from 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. nil RANSOM In this city, Nov. 11, Eleazer Mather Ransom, in the 90th year of his acre. . Funeral Sunday, Nov. 16, at 2 p. m., from 271 Lloyd street. Relatives and friends are invited to at tend. Burial private. FAIRCHILD In Woodbridge, Nov. 18, Mrs. Lyman Fairchild, aged 79 years. Funeral Saturday, Nov. 15, at 2 p. m., at the house oi . waies -recx. - - xc MARINE LIST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. SAnjtD, NOVEMBER 14. Sch L R Rose, Baltimore. Sch L P Garrison, Baltimore. FOR RENT. 137 HENRY STREET, first floor; hot and lijjj cold water, furnace and range; all newly flt IliilLted up: S15 per month.. Also second floor 137 Henry street, $10 per month. The above rents are in the brick block near Dixwell avenue horse cars. A. M. HOLMES, nol5tf 69 Church Street FOR RENT, MA VERY FTNE HOUSE, with all modern conveniences, and conveniently located as to college and postofflce, is offered for the win ter, furnished. Easy terms to riRht parties. In quire of T. G. Sloan & Son, Boom 3, Benedict Building. -OPEN EVENINGS. nolO ' Wing's Farfna Crackers 1 AVE been sold by us over thirty years. I I think them the finest crackers of the kind ever sold tender, crisp and will keep fresh longer than any other made. The trade supplied at bakery prices, wilii expenses aaaea. ais from the same bake nol5 We cracker dust kery, in pound packages. EUW. m. Hftl.li S. SON, 770 Chapel Street FOR RENT. FIVE ROOMS on first floor of 140 Liberty TTsT street, with modern improvements. Apply to !!L a T c. K. Demarest uamage uo., 453 CHAPEL STREET. no4tf FOR RENT, M STORE, corner State and Bradley street $20 a month. Second floor of 454 Orchard street, $8 a month. Whole house, 6 rooms, at 113 Bradley street, in good order. Inquire at 483 Dwell avenue. QLOSONHALL. To Real Estate Dealers. ATTENTION. jii i HAVE a House and Barn, south from iPa Chapel street, that will rent for $650 per year, I!!!B whw-h i will nrchanzefor a residence proper ty and pay cash in the trade. Submit your offers at once. Respectfully yours, J.Mel Bassett, 818 Chapel Street. OC28 ' ' Piano For Sale. ELEGANT Cabinet Grand Uprizht 7 1-8 oe- hAve Piano, npjirlv rtw : iisatI nut litfle ; worth $375; will sell for $225; a bargain. Address immediately, J. B., no!5 It Courier Office. BARBERS AND RESTAURANTS Canfiavc Water Rollers Nickel Plated at ELM CITY MANUFACTURING CO., nolo 74 Crown Street, New Haven. POULTRY Just from llie West. Two tons of fine poultry. Must be Fold at once. Will be sold cheap. 85 YALE BUSINESS COLLEGE. We Offer To-Day Fine Turkeys, 80c. 'SLVr iA Ann Litchfield Turkeys and Chickens Fine Chickens, 17c. rBeefT Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Fresh Pork. Fine Leg of Mutton 14 cents pound. CafloerTred'.uId' whit. Tcabbages, SweetPota toes. Cranberries, Celery, Lettuce, Spinach, Yellow and White Turnips. All at low prices for cash. JUDSON BROTHERS PACKING AND FKOVISION 507 CO. 505 noli and STATE STREET. Urs. E. Jones Young, DENTIST. Over isrooKH tii Office b'org from 9 a. m. to S p. m. WHO IS THE MAN 1.-1 ot'w rs nhean as the independ- I ent dealer, at 84 Church street. Pillsbury s, Washburn's! Chrfetian's and Crocker's New Process Flour best in the world, and so low is our price toateare only whiB,r itfor fear people wiU think we stole the flour. Good Family Flour $4.25 Der barrel ; by the bag 65, so ana to. ,. i -Drh TvmnH dt nounds for si. -J5 r it 20c ocTund. Butter in tubs of 10, 20. 30 and 50 pounds at 'i!c pound. .i , ' ' i ..,., nnT, 9fWanound. Best Tea 50c pound. Tea Dust S0c pound, with iemS CoS ayaas centsat-n cheaper GEO. W. H. HUGHES, Independent Coal Dealer, MCHPRCH STREET. noia BANKING DEPARTMENT. NIGHT SCHOOL. Terms $10 for Tftree montlis. Apply at -. No. 37 Insurance Rnlldlnsr, se!5 R. C. liOVERlTftCB. The Attention of HORSE OWNERS is called to the Neversllp Borae Shoes and Removable Calk. Calks Always Sharp. An eutire set can be changed in five minutes. Costs less than the old style of shoeing. Send for circulars and testimonials. uHftv. rwn a believer in vour shoe and calk from the first and have used them on one, two and three horses. Barring the mid-winter setting we now do our own sharpening, and are always sharp and reaoy- . . , - , i. Any Kin oi a mreu iiu v un nuo n cuwub" w turn a screw can do it." J. B. OLCOTT. Agricultural Editor Hartford Courant. Blacksmiths as agents wanted everywhere. The Neversllp Horse Shoe Co., . 36 India "Wharf, Boston, nil lw- - , For Sale Money to Loan. A good house and lot with plenty of fruit, in Voir iTov-pn Fjixt Terms accommodating. ilL Money to loan in sums to suit the borrower. Call at K. E. BALDWIN'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 818 CHAPEL STREET. n8daw FOR RENT, tTi On Lloyd street, a pleasant tenement of KiHll six rooms with bath room and hot and cold k.:!II I 1R1A nv month. Tenements on Goffe and "Winter streets for $10 and $11 per month. ! On Bright street for $10, and on Pardee and Haven ! streetslor$7, $8 and $9. S. Li. BLATCULEY k SOilS, 1 6 Exchange Rnlldlnsr, Cor. Church and Chapel St. FOR SALE. MaV HOUSE and Lot on Olive street, near Grand K JinT street House is large and has modern lm finnA fkt. with fruit. A first- rate chance for one wishing a good home near the center of thecity. For picars call I at MEK W IN UJiAJj HjO I A l fiurrivu, o17 759 Chapel Street. FOR RENT, K mnmi on Charjel street. S15permonth 3 rooms on George street, near Church. run saun, BHck house. IS rooms, all modern improvements. $4 000 on Hamilton street. Brick house on Artisan street, $4,000. Frame house and grocery store on Putnam street, $3,800. Frame house on Oak street $3,000: rents for $384. Frame house on Hallock street, $3,700. Nioe lot on Martin street very oheap. Lot on Jackson street 50x120 for $850. Lot on Ward street 50x127 will be sold low. Valuable property on George street, near unurcn, at a utu-giuu. jqw to loan in sums to suit. THOMAS O'BRIEN & CO 800 CHAPEL STREET. pel WILLIAM H. WHEELER, REAl ESTATE AND LOANS. Honey Loaned on Chattel Mortgages and other FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. RENTS AND RILLS COLLECTED. 818 Oliapol Street FOR RENT. FIVE Rooms within five minutes1 walk of S,:ii the City Market. Water closet, water and HUH MD -chva nvinm No. 24 Rnrinf street, near the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad shops. Small house of five rooms. No. 10 Louis street. Fair Haven; city water. APiSL au28 798 Chapel street or 96 Olive street. of the new railroad to e some call for TUC PDCAT UCCTCDM DCCC Pfl nary I IlL. UI1LH I I! LO I L.III1 ULLI UU., I it ctlt two and four names in the New ITork County Canvassers Still at Work: Fourteen Out of Twenty-four Districts Finished , No Material Change From Unofficial l?larnres. New Yobk, Nov. 14. A squad of over forty delinquent inspectors clamored for ad mittance to the room of the aldermanic com mittee on corrected returns this morning. Mingling with them and scattered about the aldermanic meeting room in which the can vassing of the city vote was being done, were a number of Central office detectives, not the same who were on duty yesterday, but a new set of men. Officers in uniform were numerous and kept the crowd of spec tators, which was larger than on previous days, in order. The reading of the returns from the ninth assembly district was begun by Supervisor. Kirk at the opening of the day's session and proceeded smoothly, only a few trifling er rors or omissions being discovered. When the eighteenth, election district was reached the first brush of the day took place. There had been a slip deposited in the electoral box with "Grover Cleveland" written npon it and no names of electors. The result was that Grover Cleveland's name "Was recorded on the tabulator's sheets and opposite a credit of "one." The dreary drone of the canvass was not broken until the twentieth election .dis trict was reached. A regular Republican electoral ticket had been cast and on the bottom was written '.'Blaine and Logan." After some discussion the ticket was recorded defective. The chair announced that on the thirty-first and last election dis trict of the ninth assembly district only the poll clerk's list was at hand and the entire district was consequently referred to the committee on corrected returns. The dis trict was completed at 12:08, having con sumed one hour and forty-five minutes in the canvass. In the tenth assembly district Os wald Ottendorfer, a Democratic elector, was scratched ten votes. In the eleventh assem bly district there were no material changes. The committee on corrections met in the Governor's room. The first assembly dis trict was completed without any change. In the twenty-third election district of the sec ond assembly district a defective electoral ballot was reported. The ballot was an ordi- ballot for the Democratic electors, but Stalls 31 and a3 City Market Fruit Trees for Fall PMtii ASPLENBID STOCK of choice shade and or namental trees, perpetual roses, flowering shrubs extra size fruit trees, grape vines and The new Marlboro Kasp berry ana in- l have on nana truit or tne Pa ginal i fruits. dnsfcrv fJnowberv asara Grape. Call and examine stock, or address JOHN J. BRKNNAN, no!5 3t 2 Elliott Street. For Sale or Exchange, T.ARGE amount of tersonal nrODertv. i u eluding 4 horses, 1 pair of Oxen, 2 cows, 3 top carriages, 2open buggies, 1 stage, 1 lumber wagon, 1 large business sleigh, 1 Albany cutter, 2 2-wheel ban rake. 15.000 eood cigars, 2 cases leaf tobacco, 50 oil paintings and a large amount ot kcuci i luciwuiuisc, nuj t v which will be sold very low for cash or good notes, or will exchange for breeding cows, shoats or pigs, or any kind of real estate. GEORGE A. ISBEUj, Broker, No. 792 Chapel street. nois A Few Hundred Dollars Will-So I enre a Good Home. ONE FAMILY HOUSE, 200 Atwater street. V..::;l b t1 burn. 29 Auburn street. Two-fam- f ,",l ny house, No. 11 Clay street. Two-family house, 400 Orchard street. All to be sold low if sold within ten days. Also for rent, first floor 78 Wool sey street; first floor 10 Newhall street; 115 Portsea street; 121 Portsea street; 310 Congress avenue, and second floor 29 Auburn street. A. M. HOLMES, HOUSE MOVER no!5 OFFICE 69 CHURCH STREET. L. C. PFAFF & SON. Prime Beef a Sreclalty. Turfceys, Chickens, Ducks, Partridges, Woodcock, Quail. 7 and 9 Clinrcli Street. Packers and Curers of Connecticut Pork. no!5 ' E. Merwin's Son MANUFACTURER, 3S3 STATE STREET, Established 1S57. M. B. SCOTT Has removed from his old stand to Center street to FOSKETT St BISHOP'S, 462 State Street, Where he will keep the largest, assortment of Gas Fixtures, Fancy and Colored Globes, Shades, Student Lamps 'and Lamps of all kinds, Oil, &c.,c. Jobbing promptly attended to. Plumbing, Gas Fitting and Steam Fitting. All goods and work warranted. OLD FIXTURES REBRONZED. oc4 3m . A SETTLED POLICY WILL TELL, As my increasing trade conclusively shows. The best Groceries at low prices. NATIVE OYSTERS OPENED TO ORDER. Tea, Coffee, Spices, Canned Goods, Fruit, &c Telephone. - EDWARD F. DUBATO, noli 8 8Q Stmte Street, cor. ClarK. GEORGE W. BUTTON, . POULTRY! POULTRY! - Fine Country Turkeys, full dressed, 20c pound. Fine Country Chickens, full dressed, l"c pound. Finest Cape Cod Cranberries 15c quart. Finest white bleached Celery 15c bunch. Finest South Carolina Sweet Potatoes 35c peck. The finest Canned Pumpkin 12c can. APPLES. APPLES. APPLES. Last Chance! Last Chance! We shall receive on Monday next a carload of fine Baldwin and Greening Apples which we shall sell at $1.60 per bbl. we do not expect to sell at that price only while unioamng tnem. Come early if you wish to get them at 91.60 per Noi! Mackerel. The finest you ever saw. A fine lot received this morning only 8c lb. We think we have the finest Creamery Butter in the land and sell it at 82c lb. Nice Bairjr Butter 28c lb. Good Cooking Butter 18c lb. NEW HON EX! " NEW HONEY! In the comb. Finest Buckwheat Honey 18c lb. Finest White Clover Honey 20c lb. Sew Crop New Orleans Molasses Extra Fine. We guarantee it to suit all, at only 75c gal. "OTO PBIPK" Buckwheat beats the world, at 80o pounds for Si te pound. The finest Pure White Sugar syrup oc gauun. MANY OTHER BARGAINS. D. M. WELCH & SON. IN VIEW of the opening West Haven there will Building L.ots. I have a tract of land, finely 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 nnthinc nine no favorably located that can be bought nearly as low. EDWARD A. RAY. a21tf REALTY EXOHAME! Houses, lots. Rents, Loans. iKS. 812,000, first mortgage, on property worth tiUiT double the amount; money to be invested in LiljL improving same. $4,000 on property worth $7,000. $400 on house and lot worth f 2,500. F. 91. DEXISOtf, Room 4, corner Church and Chapel streets. 04 OPEN EVENINGS. HINMAN'S REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENCY. Money to loan at 5 per cent. 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 to the State and will be sold at a bargain. If 8-P1NMAN myg 68 Church Bt. LOOK ! LOOK! THE BARGAINS YOU CAN GET AT THE New Cash Grocery and Market, Corner Wooster and Chestnut Streets. The finest Creamery Butter 35o. Good do. 28c. A fair Butter 20o. Country Chickens, full dressed, 20c. Nice Celery 15c. A bag of the Best Flour 85c. iian a full Kt of Prime Beef. Lamb. Veal and Mutton, fresh Country Eggs, Cheese, Sugar and Tea; Vegetables of all kinds. Everything you can find in a first-class place. You can buy more for One Dollar than anv nlace in the city. Come and I convince yourself, and save money by callingon Telephone. OTTO DIETTER, tjorner unestnut uuu uwiw bwwki. Orders promptly attended to, and delivered to any part of the city free of charge. no!5tf FLOUR! Best New Process Minneapolis $0.10 a barrel, 80c a I bag. Fine f amily lour s.iu Darrei, oc a oag. 1W pounus J ougar aw vi. M P R. Molasses 50c a gallon. Fancy New Or leans 75c a gallon. Kock candy Drip $1 a gallon. middle were cut out and then the ballot had been pasted together. The committee decided to count the names of the thirty-two electors on the ticket. The third and fourth and fifth assembly districts were completed with minor alterations not affecting the totals as before reported. The sixteenth election district of the sixth assembly district had four defective electoral votes. The returns were passed without change. In the twen tieth election district there was one defective ballot. The ballot had been cut down the middle of one side, thereby cutting in two eighteen names of the Democratic electors. On motion of Mr. Brodsky eighteen names of Democratic electors were added to the total vote. At the close of to-day's canvass in New York county fourteen assembly districts out of twenty-four had been finished, showing no material change from unofficial figures. The Mall and " ExptSss says: In "this city the canvassers to-day went through the re turns from the ninth assembly district. They gave both Blaine and Cleveland increases over the press returns, but the balance was in favor of Blaine, whose net gain over his omxment in the district was 71 votes, which, added to his previous gains, shows a total of 421. This the Democratic watchers claimed had been figured upon and did not affect the plurality claimed for Cleveland. A reporter for the Mail and Express this afternoon sought to learn from Inspector Byrnes the object of the nresenee of himself and other detectives at the canvats. "We are not here for fun. von mav depend." he said. That was all the satisfaction lie would give enquirers. It leaked out during the day that the detectives had been placed on duty at the "instance of District Attorney Olney. Private detectives are also on duty about the rooms.- They are said to be there to prevent the consummation of any unholy alliance between the Tammany and Republican supervisors to tne oisauvuu tacTA nf nieveland. Shortly after 1 o'clock an elderly gentle man in old fashioned clothes was escorted in to the room. He became interested in the proceedings and critically surveyed his sur ronndintrs. He was Dr. Pierce, who has haunted the Democratic headquarters ever since the campaign opened giving the Na tional committee "points" as to how the campaign ought to be conducted. His sug gestions were always receiveu in guou pan, because he is the brother-in-law of Governor Hendricks, the Democratic vice-presidential candidate. Hon. John E. Brodsky, who in the interest of the Republican National committee recent ly figured out 426 more votes for Blaine in this city than given in the United Press re turns, has been watehing the count of the New York board of canvassers. He said to day that he did not think Cleveland's vote would be reduced here over 200 votes and that there was no further use in attempting to overcome the plurality of 1,000 to 1,200 for Cleveland in this State. bets and placing the stakes in his hands. He would use the same money over and oyer, his agents always being ready to bet any way the other party might wish, knowing it wag a sure thing however the election might go, It is estimated that the saloon keeper and his pals raked in a very large sum. Clowe Fights ForMddtB In New York. New Yobk, Nov. 14. Mayor Edson hav ng called the attention of the polios contniis- sioners to the law against prize fights Super intendent Walling to day issued an order to prevent any glove fight in the future. This makes it doubtful whether Sullivan and Greenfield will be able to meet on Monday night. The New Commissioner or Pensions. WASHrwGToir. Nov. 14. The President has decided to appoint Deputy Commissioner of Pensions O. P. G. Clarke to succeed Com missioner Dudley. A Snip Sunk: Is Collision. London. Now. 14. The American ship Henry Villard has. arrived at Plymouth in a sinking condition, having come info collision to-day off Portland light with the English ship Magdeburg. The latter was instantly sun ana her crew of seven persons drowned. - A TALK OF BLOOD. The Noted Croach Trasredr Wherein Murder Kan Rampant. Jackson, Mich., Not. 14. After ten days' work a jury was to-day obtained in the noted Crouch murder case. About a year ago Jacob D. Crouch, a rich farmer, was mur dered in his house, as was also his daughter Mrs. White, her husband Henry White and a guest named Moses Polley, hailing from Pennsylvania and a cattle buyer by profes sion. After a lone; inquisition Henry Hol- comb, a son-in-law -of Crouch's, and Judd Crouch, a son, were held for trial charged with the murder, and the jury obtained to day is to try Holcomb, the defendants being granted separate trials. Some time after the inquest began one Foy, a young friend of Judd's who served him also as a hired man, armed himself with a revolver and wen to Union City for the purpose of shooting Mayor Eaton, postmaster and editor of a paper there, who had printed some severe charges about the case. Foy made a mistake in his man and shot Eaton's deputy postmaster. He returned to the Crouch farm house in Spring Arbor town ship where he and Judd were living, and as the officers seeking him approached the house he shot himself dead or was shot by others. The inquest said he shot himself, but many do not believe it. Later a detective named Brown was shot in the body and he charged Judd with doing it, but the charge has not been sustained. Still later Daniel Holoomb's wife died under circumstances that have given rise to much suspicion. The case against Holcomb and Judd Crouch is mostly based x on circumstantial evidence and the theory of the prosecution is that the murders were committed to get hold of certain valu able papers which have never been found since the murder. The wealth of the par ties, their social standing, the prevailing atrocious circumstances and the awful train of events which followed the traeedv com bine to make it the most remarkable case in the criminal records of Michigan. It is be lieved the trial will occupy two months or more. . Husband And Wife Suicide Owlnr To Poverty. DiTBorr, Nor. 14. Several weeks ago John Downey and wife of Windsor, Ont., being destitute mutually agreed to drown themselves in the river. The wife did so, but the husband's courage failed him. He s arrested for murder when the wife's body was found, but discharged upon the true facts coming out. To-day Downey ful filled his death contract by hanging himself. NEGROES HURRYING NORTH. Fear of a Renewal of Slavery Fol lowing a Democratic Victory. Cincinnati,Nov. 14 .The Times-Star says there have been many signs of an increase in the colored population during the last few weeks. It has been noticed since the - elec tion. The hotels are besieged daily for po sitions by waiters and colored people asking for work enerywhere. - This is due to the emigration from the South. The negroes there have a fear that the Democratic success means a renewal of slavery. So thoroughly has this belief been born and bred in them that they are leaving for the North every day. It is thought they will start a general exodus and settle all through the North until they will effect the vote; m other words, this exo dus will cause a solid North. and subsequently in the Washington, THE CASE OF. MINISTER BRCCE. Hie Previous Experiences In Lunatic - Asylums. London, Nov. lt.- In the House of Com mons to-night William Joseph Corbet, mem ber for county Wicklow, Ireland, interro gated the government as to the case of the American Bruce, confined in the Brookwood lunatic asylum, who claims to be sane and entitled to liberty. Rt. Hon. Sir William Vernon Harcourt, home secretary, stated in reply that the government was not yet fully advised as to Brace's case, but would make a complete investigation. A United Press correspondent visited the Brookwood Vsy Inm to-day and was courteously received by the officials, who stated that they had no wish to conceal any of the facts in the case. Bruce had always been a nuisance to them. He was harmless, but full of delusions es pecially on religious subjects. He was ad mitted to the institution on October 11 from the Lambeth poorhouse in the . ordinary course of such transfers. The record of his case showed that he had been an inmate of an asylum in Ohio in 1876, from which he escaped spent seven months D. C, asylum, from which he was taken by his friends after an apparent improvement in his condition. On his admission to the Brookwood asylum he was very garrulous and told many rambling and contradictory stones 01 nis me. tie asserted that he was being persecuted by the Protestant church because of his religious Views as unorthodox, One of his notions was that his persecutors sought to make him insane by the use of drugs. In 1881 Bruce wrote to the lunacy commissioners from the Lambeth institution claiming that he was unjustly detained, special inquiry was ordered and the fact his insanity was established. During his confinement Bruce has written an elaborate treatise on the cause add cure of insanity lie nas never received any visits except one from an old negrees in 1878. The correspondent was permitted to talk to Bruce, who conversed in a manner which did not indicate an unbalanced mind, except that his statements were hardly credible. He was born he says in Marlboro, Windham county, "Vt., in 1817. His grey hair falls in ringlets about a well shaped head and his lace is intelligent, lie states that he has no relatives in England. A brother-in-law in America wanted him to sign a quit claim deed giving his property to his sister, and upon refusing to do so he was driven out of America by the f reemasons at the instance of his two brothers and the brother-in-law. Bruce bitterly denounces the asylum officials lor his continued confinement after his vol untary return from his recent flight and visit to Minister Lowell. He feels confident that the latter will secure his release. A COMPACT OF DEATH. John BIcCullougli In Cnlcago. Chicago, Nov. 14. This morning Mr. John McCullongh arrived in this city from St. Louis. He is accompanied by John W. Nor ton, the well known manager. Mr. McCul longh appeared to be perfectly rational and still insists on playing and announces his de termination to go to New York and get a company. Mr. Norton will take adequate measures for the tragedian's safety. A Marriage or Mutes. .Boston, Not. 14- A novel marriage took place at Young's Hotel Wednesday between G. W. Frisbie, a graduate of Columbia col lege, and Miss G. P. Leach, of New York, both mutes. The rite as it was delivered by Rev. Mr. Scott was beautifully translated by Rev. Mr. Packard into the sign language. Immediately after the ceremony a reception was held in the parlors of the hotel. A ValuaMe Colt Stolen. - J efmirson viixa, lad., Not. 14. The valuable colt Adonis, whom Pierre LbriUard of New York offered $2,000 for, was stolen last night from the stable of the owner Bus ton West at Charles town, Ind. The Failure of the Week. Nkw York, Nov. 14. There were 187 failures in the - United States reported to Bradstreet's during the week, against 166 in the preceding week and 205, 167 and 116 in the corresponding weeks of 1883, 1882 and 1881 respectively. . , " A Daring Escape From Jail. Buffalo, N. Y., Not. 14. -There was great excitement at the jail here this after noon. About 2 o'clock three prisoners cut several small ropes from the windows, tied them to the cornice and got out on the roof. Two of them let themselves down to the wall of the jail yard, jumped off and escaped. The third, named Rogers, was about thirty feet from the ground when the rope broke. He was found lying on his face and uncon scious. One of his legs was broken and the doctors say he has sustained other serious injuries. A general alarm was sent- ont for the two who escaped, but they have not yet been recaptured. The Seabury Centennial. ' New Yobk, Nov. 14. Services in com memoration of the one hundredth anniversa ry of the consecration of Samuel Seabury the first American bishop of the Episcopal church, were held to-day in Trinity church. Xhe altar, was beautirully decorated with flowers. Assistant Bishop Potter conducted the services. Among those present were Bishop Scarboro of New Jersey,' Assistant Bishop Henry C. Potter, the Rev. Dr. Mor gan, Rev. W. J. Seabury, Rev. H. U. Scat terlee and others. Wants. WANTED. A SITUATION by a respectable girl to do gener. -A m ai oousewors: or secona boarding house. noio ic In 1 work. Good reference. Call at . 86 OLIVE STREET. ' WANTED. -. - A SITUATION by a respectable young- girl to do general housework or wait on table In a pri vate family. First-class reference. Inquire at he: . auu hiL.ni 'i present place, noio it STREET. WANTED. A SITUATION by a Swedish girl to do second work. Good reference. Inquire for two day8,ft..- 97 WEBSTER STREET, nolo It A WANTED, SITUATION by a respectable girl to do gener al housework or second work, flood i-fr ence. Inquire at ian EAST STREET. no!42t Corner Chapel. WANTED, SALESMEN not above canvaasing.Reaaonable sal arv weekly. Bring credentials readv fnr w-ir f 9 a.m. FOWLER M'F'Q CO.. n!3 3t ' 67 Center Street. "ALICE HAS COJIK AGAIN." Wrecked toy Once Leading Belle Bum. Boston, Nov. 14. At 10 o'clock last night a wretched looking woman of fifty, bedrag gled and begrimed, clad in rags yet wearing the remains of a costly bonnet, staggered to the rail of station 15 and in tipsy accents said: "Alice has come again." This woman was once the belle of Charlestown with ad mirers by the score. From a moderate drinker of wine, she became a constant user of stronger liquors and is now an habitual I drunkard and has been sent to the island several times. Her friends have tried to re form her. She vows that as she has lived so will she die. INDEPENDENTS IN THE CABINET. Tne Gossips Happing Out A Hard Boad For Cleveland. Boston, Nov. 14. A Washington special in discussing the chances of President Cleve land calling an Independent to his cabinet says: "News has reached here that the lead ing Independents, Curtis, Schurz, Deming and many other anti-Blaine men in the Re publican party in New England, are begin ning to protest against being placed in the position of expectants of favors of any kind from the incoming Democratic administra tion. One of the most prominent of these gentlemen has written here to an official that their warfare on Blaine was to teach the Re publican party the lesson not to nominate ob noxious candidates.lt was not to destroy but to save the party that Blaine was defeated. Besides it is argued that for the Independent Republicans to merge themselves into the Democratic party would be to utterly destroy their usefulness in the future. Therefore to take office from Cleveland would give plausi bility to the charge of having entered into bargain and sale with him. It is claimed sscntrrz and unrtis are very emphatic in maintaining this position, and that while they nope Uleveiand's administration will be fully up to his pro mises and all they have maintained it would be, they prefer that he rely upon his own party advisers for success. , Republicans claim that if Schurz and Curtis are in earnest in this position Cleveland will have a hard road to travel, as what are known as the pure and simple Democratic leaders of the North such as Thurman, McDonald, Randall, Pendleton, Hewitt, Abbott and Eaton can never harmonize with the extreme bourbons of the South who it is feared will make a demand that the conserv tive elements of all sections will never sanc tion. Of course these are the speculations of the hour and are likely to change between now and November 4." TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. . John A. Logan, jr., son of the vice presi dential candidate, has resigned his fourth class cadetship in the West Point military academy. The London Daily News states that Mat thew Arnold has resigned his post in the ed ucation office and proposes to begin a length ened tour of the United States about Christ mas. Edward J. Carr. a very wealthy young man, left Newport for New York September 25 for a few days' visit. . Since that time nothing has been heard from him. . He had 200 with him. It is feared that he has met with foul play or committed suicide. Indicted Tor Murder. In Windham county Superior court at Brooklyn, Thursday, Andrew Squires, of Ashf ord, was indicted for murder in the first degree for killing his brother a few weeks ago in a drunken brawl. Stamford Democrats Happy. The Democrats of Stamford had a torch light procession and jollification last night. They had intended to hold it immediately after election, but decided to wait until further was heard regarding the New York returns. "Tie Outlook." Rev. S. Gilbert, the new pastor of the Church of the Messiah," Universalist, Or ange street near Elm, will give the first of a series of lectures to the young to-morrow evening. Subject, "The Outlook." All invited. Commander-in-Chief Kountze. The commanders of all the Grand Army nosts in the denartment of Connicticut, to gether with the representatives to the nation al encampment, will receive Commander-in Chief Kountze on his visit to Hartford next Thursday. In the evening at the headquar ters of R. O. Tyler post there will be an in formal reception when all G. A. R. members will have an opportunity to be presented to the commander-in-chief. The judge advo cate general will be present. Quintette Club Concert. The New Haven Quintette club, composed of D. A. Jones, J. L. Adler, Otis Strong, Frank Strong and D. S. Knowlton, gave a concert at East Haven Thursday night. The programme embraced the newest and best college songs, glees, warbles, whistles and choice male glees. The club sing in Strat ford next Thursday evening and in Lyme the evening before Thanksgiving. During the fall they will probably visit Guilford, Clin ton, Unjonville and possibly Bridgeport. WANTED, GENTS. New gocds Just received. , Finest books, bibles, albums, fine art works, clocks, wring ers, household articles. The wonderful Melodia and other musical instruments and holiday specialties. No capital required. Big commission or liberal sal ary. Apply to-day. BOYLE BROS., niagt- .,4 (jhurch Street. WANTED. . " AN ACTIVE, energetic young man to take half interest in a cash paying business ; only sntall capital required. To the right party this is a chance seldom offered. Address ADVERTISER. Lock Box 1 '1 6t Bridgeport, WANTED. TWELVE days more will be allowed to make yearly contracts. We have closed during the month with the leading hotels and restaurants and many private families. We are prepared to bring gins in py tne carload at 119 Orange street. n7 WANTED. A T Shepard's Bureau, salesmen, clerks, drug . m iinM, uiwiuMuw. wuwjimien ana iarm neip. The Bureau furnishes all male help free. Call and and no7 WANTED, To BUY lot of Second-hand Furniture and Car pets. Highest cash price paid. Orders' by mail promptly attended to at jar 28 CHURCH STREET. Intelligence Office. EMPLOYMENT office for males and ferrmlo. Help of different nationalities can be supplied to private families, boarding houses, hotels and rM taurants. The proprietor of this establishment Dava attention In the choice of girls and women be endine: them to fill situations. Call from t.ta country at any distance are promptly attended to. Invalid and wet nurses at short notice. Male help for families and -farm hands always ready. flLKH. T. MULLIUAN, 197 George, corner Temnje street To Whom it may Concern ! MONEY liberally advanced in sums to suit on all kinds of merchan- .dise and personal nrorjertv of ev ery description at EDTMRD KNCEL'S Old and Reliable Money Loan Office, 341 and 343 STATE STREET, New Haven, Conn. All legal transactions strictly Confidential. jafi EES. DR. J. A. WEIGHT, Psychometrist and Clairyoyant. Consultation on Business, Minerals, Health and al Personal Matters. Headings of Character by Handwriting, Photograph or nair. Price Gentlemen, $2; Ladies, $1. Mrs. Wrieht can be consulted at her ofllce. 98 Or ange street, daily, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. m8tf ntevtmnmcnts. CARIilVS OPERA HOUSE. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 18th and 19th. MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT 2. First engagement here of Ihe Great Union Square Theater success. J. K. Xillotson's pow erful emotional drama, LYNWOOD, WITH MAUDE GRANGER And original east, scenery and appointments, di rect from Union Square Theater, New York. Seatsnow on sale at Loomis'. Admission 25 and 50c. Reserved seats T5c and SI. n!5 3t 1V Sympathy Tor Conkllng. Boston, Nov. 14. The Transcript, one of the organs of the Independents here, speaks as follows to-night of the report that the In dependents are looking to the selection of Colliding for a seat in the Cabinet or Senate: "It onght to be unnecessary for the Indepen dents to disclaim any interest in or sympathy with any movement for rehabilitating ex Senator Conkling in political fortune. Boscoe Conkling is only a pair and complement to James G. Blaine and the elements that op pose the one must oppose the other on the same political grounds. . Both have been in flated beyond all deserts in public impor tance.neither having in their lone public ser vice contribnted anything to the legislation of the past or showed any capacity for the problems of the present and future, but hav ing merely engineered their own interests." FOR EVERY YARD A CORPSE. A splendid Tea 50c pound. New Figs 15cw)un( ana oi tne pest. MEATS. AU other goods very low MEATS. nudity lace to West Rock Haven and Savin Real Estate. FOR SALE. Jl PLEASANT locations for building houses on the principal streets at very low prices. XiuiUHousea for sale on easy terms. Ten good houses fvr rent In different parts of the vuiaEre. uau on or aaaresB WALTER A. MAIN, an23 West Haven Conn. Cheap Homes. RARE OPPORTUNITY If you want your Meats to be of the beat and come from a clean market, this is the I purchase them. 96$ Grand Street. J. E. NORTHROP'S, P. 3. Telephone. . ' no!5 ' DR. DAVID i KENNEDY'S iMiniTr.crT. Trait. Foreign an Domertie mStf WHOLESALE and RETAIL. 1.076 unapai pcreeii. FLORENCE HOUSE. ' KOHN BRO'S, PROP. rnlon street. Comer Woetter St. 1PTRST-CLASS ROOMS by the day or week, for eentlemen only. Rates reasonable. B nol2 lm BLANK BOOKS. you can buy Blank Books for about half-price AT NORTHROP'S, , eT CHAPEL STREET. ul4 : J ust below the Bridge. Shorthand and Telegraphy. flH-jwi take Doeitions SR Sraphere or Telegraph Operators. Tele- ASSrUnent under the a.rection of an expe- SPiLSStor Mr. Brown gives his personal at rlenced operator. ,,prtment as heretofore. tenticn to ouy--- s Annlv to Brown's n",iEsnd and Telegraphing, ROOMV cTurSet.overOakalU nlltf LOST , -itv a Red Irish Setter; owner's 57Sar ".?5rSly5lk The finder will re- i jrf v Tr.iT ZZJZrk on returning the same to etab",rew "-""WOOSTER PLACE. Nos. nl8 28 and SO Congress Avenue HANGING LAMPS. I have just received a lot of Hanging Lamps with Crystal glass Pendants and Decorated Shades wnicn Ughu'S'pr.'ces frm KKVV.BZ Tit I ELECTRICITY IS LIFE. nl3 tf 51 Chnrch Street. FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS, Payments Blade Very Easy. To all in Want ef a Permanent Home. I HAVE to offer for the next thirtv days a f large number of. houses and building lots In ,aii sections on me ciiy. i ro perry or. savings i and individuals at prices far below their pres ent value, and on suoh ashy terms of payment that any one paying an ordinary rent eah soon own tneir own bduhumu. Appiy eariy bo SAMUEIi BALLIWELL, 80 CHURCH STREET, Benedict's Coal Office, Office hours in the evening, frm 8 to 10 o'clock. Mondays, Wednesdays and f ays. aeaetf for the Cure of Kidney and liw Com plalmta. Constipation, and all disorders arising from an impure state of the BLOOD. Tn Womn wrtft fniffer from anv of the ills Men- liar to their sex it is an unfailing friend. All Xrrngfrists. One Dollar a bottle, or address Dr. David Kennedy, Roudout, N. T. FEARFULLY G0r.ir.1QN. Kidney Complaint Among; both Sexes and Ases A Brilliant Recovery. Tham i something startling in the ranid increase of Kidney diseases amonar the American people within a few years past. Many causes peculiar to certain classes tend to produce and aggravate these troubles as, for example, careless living, overwork and exposure. Dr. David Kennedy, of Rondout, N. Y is often congratulated on the exceptional suc cess of his medicine called FAVORITE REMEDY in arresting and radically curing these most painful disorders. Proofs of this, like the following, are constantly brought to his attention, and are published by him for the sake of thousands of other sufferers whom he desires to reach and benefit. The letter, therefore, may be of vital im to vem or some one whom vou know. It is jm' one of the .best known and" popular druggists TURKEYS! - . CHICKENS I Geese And Ducts. Received this morning 4,000 lbs. of Poultry. Tur keys at 18c Chickens at 16c Geese at 14c. Ducks at 16c Come early as we give you a good fine trade. L. SCHONBERGER'S, 1. 2. 8 Central market. nlS CONGRESS AVENUE. whw will iwmiIa dins' to Hia .heiirhl.lA. th.t thtw I . i... ...... tr nitv from whiph hn writes and must take medicine f Electricity will reach where I doubtless where those may find Mr. Crawford at his Vanderbllt and the Campaign Fund. New York, Nov. 14. Senator Gorman, chairman of the National Democratic execu tive committee, said to-day: "I notice in the press various statements about alleged con tributions bv William H. "Vanderbilt to the National Democratic committee'. Mr. Van derbilt never contributed $150,000 or any other sum to aid Mr. Cleveland's campaign. The camrjaien of Cleveland and Hendricks was dependent upon popular support given in the most uart in small sums. Some wealthy Democrats did their fair share and also some Independent Republicans of large means, but there was no aid from great in stitutions likely to seek from the national government favors in- the future or the con tinuance of valuable privileges already en joyed by them. Any part in the - campaign taken by such bodies was entirely on the side of Blaine and Logan." . vammmiiv Hall Jubilates. Nw York, Not. 14. Tammany Had was crowded to-night, it being the occasion of the celebration of the victory of Cleveland and Hendricks. The Tammany gen eral committee was called to or iW When after routine business the chair man announced that Hon. Samuel J. Randall. of Pennsylvania, would address the meeting. Mr Randall was conducted to the platform v tv viiv and was received with tre mendous cheers. He spoke at length con- o-ratulatine the Democratic party and the eountrv upon the election of Cleveland and Hendricks. He was followed by Hon. S S. Cox of New York, who also felicitated tfce country upon the success of the Democratic AiXLt John Kelly and other gentlemen spoke in the same vein and a resolution was adopted tendering the thanks of the commit tee to Messrs. Randall and Cox for their ad dresses, Irving Hall also had a jubilation to night. . . The man Not Known In New ITork. New York, Nov. 14. Inquiries made to day among a number of Baptist clergymen in this city concerning Rev. Mr. Bruce, who is confined in an English lunatic asylum, al though doubts exists as to hia insanity, failed to elicit any facts relative to his ha vine once belonged to this city. Rev. Ihr. Armitage of the i lfth avenue church was seen at his resi dence. "I cannot remember ever having seen or heard of him," he said, "although I have been a clergyman in this city for years, Kev. Dr. names, secretary of the .Baptist city missions, and the Rev. Dr. Schofield, who is also connected with it, failed to remember any clergyman of the name of Bruce for many years back. They expressed the belief that he may have lived here for some time, but he was not a pastor of any of the Baptist churches. - Frightful Mortality Among the Work men On The Panama Canal. New York, Nov. 14. One of the passen gers arriving from- Aspinwall to-day on the steamship Colon was George Mowbray, a Brooklyn machinist who has been working on the Panama canal. His health has been broken down by the Chagres fever. He de scribes the mortality among the laborers as frightful. Nine-tenths of those attacked by the fever die in the hospitals. Unless the victims have money or influence their bodies are dumped into pits and covered with quicklime. There is a saying that every tie of the Panama railroad represents a tombstone for some one of those who were engaged in its construction and it may almost as truly be said that for every yard of earth turned up on the canal there is a death in the hospi tals. These institutions are constantly crowded. It rains a great deal and the soft banks of the ditch are constantly undermin ed, making re-excavation necessary. Mow bray brings several farewell messages from dying men to their friends in this country. He says skilled workmen earn $5.50 per day and laborers from S3 to 34. Xh9 Doara, whleh isTery poor, costs from $12 to $15 per week. Catarrh Is undoubtedly "caused by impure blood. Hence a medicine which purifies the blood removes the cause of the disease and opens the way for a thorough cure. This is exactly what Hood's Sarsnparilla does, and it makes the cure complete by giving the system health and strength and enabling it to throw off the depressing effects of the disease. Catarrh Is permanently cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Mr. A. Ball, Syracuse, N. Y., says: "Hood's Sarsapa rilla has helped me more for catarrh and impure blood than anything I ever used." "I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for catarrh and think it has done me a great deal of good. I recommend it to all within my reach. Hood's Sarsa parilla has been worth everything to me." Lutheh. D. Robbins, East Thompson, Conn. Catarrh May be breaking down your health. Be wise in time! That flow f rom the nose, ringing noise in the ears, pain in the head, inflammation of the tliroat cough, and nervous prostration will be cured if you take Hood's Sarsaparilla. "I had been troubled by general debility, caused by catarrh and humors. Hood's Sarsaparilla proved just the thing I needed. 1 derived an im mense amount of benefit from it." H. F. Moot, Boston, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for $5. Made only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar. MUiilAl AiSU 'ILiiiSlJASl MOHJ.S. November li ana ir. The Celebrated Ameiican Actress, LOUISE POMEROY, Just returned from an extended tour of three years over India and Australia, supported by Mr. W. N. GRIFFITH, will produce a new and intensely emo tional drama in five acts, adapted from the French of Edward About, called the OUTCAST! Reserved seats at Edward Downes & Go 's, 889 Cr.AiM-1 street, and at Box OfHce of Opera House. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, H. W. French's second illnstrated Lecture, from "Galllleo to the Dark Con tinent.' ' ' ' " - ' ' no!5 8t New Haven Oiera Hoase. HORACE WILL, Lessee and Manager. Saturday. November 15. MATINEE AND NIGHT. UYHOKT, Supported by tha Chaiming Actress Miss KATE BYROl, aad the famous Byron Combination, in the Gret American Drama, in Four Acts, entitled ACROSS THE CONTINENT! New Scenery. Beautiful Music, Catchy Songs, Handsome Costumes, Fun. Matinee. 50 and 25 cents. Reserved scats for sale at Edward Downes & Co.'s, 829 Chapel street, and at Box Office of Opera House. no!4 2t CARLL'S OPERA HOUSE. THE GENUINE BoTnton Furnace Monday Evening, JVov. It, If JOHN B. Lectu ELOQUENCE and ORATORS. Lecture On Tickets at Loomis'. extra charge. nl3 4t Select early without FOR 1884. Manufactiu'ed by the BOTNTON FURNACE CO. A FASSENGEB TRAIN Eight WRECKED. Persons Killed AmdaSe-remteen Injured. Houston, Tex., Noy. 14. A passenger train on the Houston and Texas Central went down an embankment this morning at 5 o'clock thirty-five miles north of this place. The accident was caused by fiends removing several rails. Eight persons were killed out right and seventeen wounded. Louis Oado za, passenger agent of the New Orleans and Washington road, Is among the killed. Twelve Killed and Xwenty Wounded. .Berlin, jnov. 14. Twelve persons were killed and twenty wounded in a railway col lision at Hanan to-day. THE CHOLERA. New Caaea and Deaths at Parle. Paris, Nov. 14. In the eighteen hours up to six p. m, to-day fifty-two new cases of cholera and twenty-one deaths were reported in tnis city. i orty-eient new cases of cholera were re ported between 6 o'clock and midnight. NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES. "XTEW crop and very nice, this day received. Also new white kck uaiiay jsyrup. Syrup at reduced prices. ST 8 State Street. new Amber nl4 medicine has failed, as 15 years' experience has proved. If you are troubled with Catarrh, or Neural gia, or ruicuiu.vioiu, u.uuux utmg ruuoie& uen aral Debility, Headache, Kidney Disease, try KLECTRICITY. Go and see Dr. Cummings. His method differs from all others. His success ia wonderful. Ladies treated successfully. Ladies can consult with the Doctor'B wife afternoons. Consultation free. DR. J. W. CUMMINGS, Bfo 4 Church Street. place of business on the corner of Main and Union Sprtkhfieij), Mass., March 22, 1884. Dr. David Kennedy, Rondout, N. Y.: Dear Sir For ten years I had been afflicted with Kidney disease in its most acute form. "What I suf fered must be left to the imagination for no one oan appreciate it except those who have gone throUKh it- I resorted to many physicians and to manv different kinds of treatment, and spent a Irreat deal of money, only to find myself older and B f mav ray- that I used 26 bottles of a preparation widely advertised as a specific for this precise sort of troubles, and found It entirely ,ga1p . at least in my case. YoutVORITE REMEDY I say it with a per ,Jtt recollection of all that was done for me besides thin that did me the slightest good; and New ITorlc Doctor. Not Alarmed. New Yobk, Nov. 14. The medical staff of this city express themselves as being in no way alarmed at the probable appearance of the cholera in this city in the spring. Steps are being taken to prevent its spread should it reach this port and they expressed them- v,r money in the hands of a saloon :lvea connaent or tneir power to Keep the uU - ... , ... i disease rrom spreading. Some a. aloon Keeper'. Big; Picking. Baltmorb, Nov. 14. There are a number of "sports"-in Baltimore who ate at present in a vsrv unhappy name ui urn", AtxrT and heavy beta on the- election oclS WOOD'8 BLOCK. t f t T "J-"f! w m a a unwe qcra Slew Season'. Canned Vegetable FEOM Oneida community, corn, succotash. Beans, Asparagus and Tomatoes in glass jars. I The finest goods packed. to many peopi aeree witn u iev t ma in saving that Dr. David Kennedy's vtvvorlte Remedy has not its equal in- the wide worfdfor tms mstreesing and often fa complaint Use this letter as you deem best for the benefit of :i5eodawlrJOUra' " LYMAN CRAWFORD. lrrer on Baltimore holds it and is likely to. of them called on him a few days ago for their wager and were coolly told that he had bet the money put in his hands ana lost it. The men who are out of pocket have n,a re dress as there is no way in law by which the saloon 'keeper can be reached, but they swear The betters say that he employed S , two well known men about town to KO about ... town making A New Order Concerning- Rag. Washington, Nov. 14. An order will be issued to-morrow from the. Treasury depart ment prohibiting on and after November 15 the importation of old rags from all cholera infected Mediterranean and French ports. Failed For Over Two Million. IjOndon, jnov. 14. spartan or Up., mer. chants at 23 Old Broad street, & &, have failed. Their liabilities, amount to $3,000,000. Drowned In Central Park Lake. Niw Yobk, Nov. 14. A man about forty- five years old, who from papers in possession i supposed to be Philip- Hoddy, a broker who represented several Boston firms in this city, was found drowned this afternoon in the Central Park lake. The deceased has lately been residing at the Continental Hotel. Mining stock representing siz,wv was touna in his coat pocket. La.t Jnbllee for Fov men. Watebtoww, Nov. 14. At 1 o'clock yes terday morning while Tom Horn, James Hamilton and Henry Watts, of Wolfe Island, ' and Bobert Rattsah, of Kingston, were re turning in a boat from a Democratic jubila tion at Cape St. Vincent the boat was cap sized and all were drowned. It is supposed that the accident occurred during the firing of a salute from a small cannon which the party had with them on the boat. An Invalid Ends His Trouble.. Buffalo, Nov. 14. About six o'clock this morning Samuel Darling, who resided at 187 Plymouth avenue, committed suicide by hanging in the rear of his residence. When discovered he had been dead some little time. Mr. Darling was about ' sixty-three years of age. He was a very reputable man. He was formerly in the insurance business and was a dealer in wood and coal. The cause of the rash act was undoubtedly long continued ill health leading to despondency. A Young; Blan Terribly mangled. DKTBon,Nov.i4. A horrible accident hap pened about 10 o'clock this morning at the Baugh steam force spring-wells, a suburb of this city.A young man named Benjamin Da vis, employed at the force, accidentally got astride oi two cogwheels, which stripped the flesh from the navel to the knee in a frightful manner, tie was taiten to bt. Mary's hospi i tal and is now in a very critical condition. For sale by the FRANKLIN STOVE CO., S33 CHAPEL, STREET, Sole Agents for New Haven, Conn CALL AND EXAMINE. oclleodtfapp '. t NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO- MANUFACTURER op ' WOTDOW SHADES, And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Turcoman Curtains. madras Curtains. Lace Curtains, Cornices, Cornice Poles, Etc. I By making a specialty of these goods we are able to show the largest assortment, and offer all goods in our line at VERY LOW PRICES. ; Our styles in Drapery Curtains for the Fall H Include the finest line of Imported Turcoman, eve" shown In New Kngland. MR. Tj. B. JTTnn will have charett of our Drapery and Shade work, and orders by postal or telephone will have prompt attention. New Haven Window Shade Co. 694 CHAPEL STREET, BELOW THK BRIDGE. 27 B. Open Monday and Saturday evenings. au27 ' ', ,. BunriELL's nusEun. ENTIRE CHANGE. NEW FACES AND ACTS. PERPLEXITIES I And thje great Trick Pantomime HUHPTY DUMPTT'S PICNIC ! BABY VENUS. - LONDON ETHOSCOPE, ZIP AND ASH! Andy Morris, George Melville, the Emmetts Oracle and Harry, Walter Wentworth, Miss Ida Maurey, Beattie and Bentley. THE HOTTENTOTS ! Admission XO Cents To Museum and Upper Floor, Or 2 O -cents to Museum and lower Floor. NEW AMERICAN THEATER. (Church St., below Postofflce.) Eldrldga and Van Bnren, Proprietor. A NEW DEPARTURE. LISETTE ELLANI'S Talented company of Comedians and Vocalists, neaaea tiy uie laieniea uomwuaiai HARRY MACK, JAMES B. RADCLIF E, AND W. i ji P.n.Wi . In the 9-Act Musical Comedy of THE BOARDING SCHOOL. EverrthJnsc Bright and Sparkling. Full of Mir til and melody. Prices From 15 Cents To 60 Cents. MATINEES Tuesday, Thursday and - Saturday. Admission, SO Cents. niifireu9 av ;ui.. GRAND OPENING! . New Haven Roller Skating KinK, Wednesday Evening, Nov. 18. Music every evening and every Wednesday and Dili-HA LU.J i,-uwu. Admissions, morning and afternoon, single ad mission 15 cents. Use of skates iu cen. Saturday afternoon, for children under 13 years of age, 10 cents. Use of skates 5 cents. The management reserve the right to refuse ad missioS to oBjectionable parties. . T noft Manager, DANC1N G-. Instruction in the above art, either private or In classes, given by 1TIISS mAlXHE C. daughter of the late Prof. Gill. Circulars obtained at musio. and book stores. Call on or address MIBB MAMIE P. GILL, 815 Cmwn street. """"U GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1.878, BAKER'S Breakfast Com. Warranted mbaohttelif intra Cocoa, from which the aoeu of Oil h been removed. It hu tKre timet tht tmngth of Cocoa mixed with Btareh, Arrowroot or Bngar, and I. therefore far more economi cal. It t deliclona, nourishing, atrengthenine, easily digested, and admirably adapted for invalid as well for person, in health. t .. Sold by Crow wrprtot. ff. BAM &',ca, Dorchester, Mass, Coal and wood. EST ouallty furnished In any quantity. Coal n. i ood per bbl D bbls ror .1. ljarra uau-reis, uou t rot barreas made expressly for the wood business. Or- T 80a, SSo and 30c er basket $5.50 per ton. Oak rood oc per dui uuw it i. vumwuv www. . er bbl bbls for $1. Laree barrels. Don't 1 ders by mail l tactory ana promptly attended to. ueorge vtreeis. B- FLYNN.t sextan i;HMU!ll'!l':'iS.wwggKWwlW":"