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September 3. 1886. VOL. LIV mmm Special notices. gpttivCi notices. BLACK RHADAMES. Excellent values in Black Rhadames now be ing onerea at 3l, 1.20, 1.25, 1.37, 1.50, 1.75 and $2.00. These are the best goods ever put on the market at the prices. COLORED RHADAMES. A full line 'of colors at SI. OO, SI. 25 and Sl.50. We invite inspection of the above lines j of goods. FOR RfiXX. k TO a small family, a tenement of four up per rooms. Inquire at L se8S!t 68 MINOR STREET. FOR RENT. TWO new stores, Nos. 188 and 192 Meadow street. A liberal arrangement with a good party. Open evenlngs- W4 Clear humid- 48; rainfall .0 T. G. SLOAN & SON, Boom S- Benedict's Building. (ffUborv NOS II 764 AND 768 CHAPEL STREET. 99c. StoreSO Chapel Street. JUST HEW WORDnFREGARD TO PICTURE FRAMES. I have on hand a large and fine stock of the latest style of picture mouldings, Including j guiu, uxuizeu, carvou utu, piusn, veneerea ana comDination patterns. i nave a conven ient and well arranged workroom, with the latest improved machinery for making frames, and workmen who thoroughly understand all branches of the trade, including mat making ana mounting pictures, jnow, in oraer to reauce my stock and make room for Fall goods and to keep my workmen busy through the usually dull period, I now offer a 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all frames made and taken from the store before .September 15th. This is an unusual offer and one that every person needing pictuie frames will do well to take note of. N. B. Bring your pictures with yon. K FOUR VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS. No. 58 and 60 Elliott Street. No. 57 and 59 Orchard Street. These building lots will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION, On the premises, Monday Morning, September 6, AT 11 O'CLOCK, The situation is good, the lots are well located for buildiner. and are within 00 feet distant from horse I cars, making communication with the center very easy and desirable. Edward C Beecher, Local Weatbtr Record. FOB SEPTEMBER 2, 1886. 7. 8. A. M. P. K. Barometer 30.43 30.41 30.40 Thermometer 5a en so Humidity. 70 47 Wind, direction and velocity in miles per hour NE12 S5 Weather Cl'dy Clear Mean bar., 30.41; mean temp., 59. ity, ts. Max temp., 61: win. temp. lncnes. Max. hourly velocity of wind, 11 miles. FOR SEPTEMBER 2, 1885. Mean bar. 30.10; mean temp., 56. Max. temp., 61; min. temp 48. J. H. SHERMAN, S. C. U. SA. Note: A minus sign I Ipreuxed to thermometer readings indicates temperature below zero. A dashr lin connection with rainfall indicates precipitation too smau to measure. MIi I AT IRE ALMANAC. SEPTEMBER 3. News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. THE RUINED CITY. People Still Encamped In The Streets. SEARCHING FOR THE DEAD. Sun Rises, 5:90 Sun Sets, 6:21 I Moon Sets, 8:60 I Hioa Water, I s:07 BIRTHS. Loss Estimated From Five To Ten Millions. HUMPHREY In Canton Center, August S to Mr. ana Mrs. w . jtiuinpnrey. THE INDIANA REPUBLICANS. MARR1ACES. DAY FURGENER-In Granby. August 89,OyRev. (J. u. uanipoeu, r reaenea c. . uay ana siaome Jtt. Furgener, both of Hartford. DEATHS. FRISBIE Entered into rest on the morning of the 2d inst., Sarah Plant, wire of the late Judah Fris Sound Declaration of Principles. and Conner, stating in substance that the reports of suffering and distress have not been exaggerated. Wnat tba Signal Officer Says. Washington, September 2. The follow ing telegram from the United States Signal observer at Charleston has been received at the signal office: "All quiet this morning, The last shock last night at 11:50. No tidal wave preceded or followed the quake. Twelve shocks felt. all from east to west. The number of burial permits Issued np to one o'clock was twenty- nine. It is impossible to ascertain, the nam cer of wounded. The estimated dam arm to. omldines is between four and five millions No buildings escaped injury. The signal of- ace is very nnsare. Xne entire DODUlation is Bleeping ont of doors. The observers had a narrow escape. Great excitement prevails. especially among the colored people, who are preaching, praying and singing day and night. au31 6t Auctioneer. FOR REft'T. t SEVEN ROOMS in a good neighborhood, ten minutes1 walk from Green. Inquire at M1 RTIN STREET au30tf" Or at Assessors' Office, City Hall. C. A. BALDWIN. For Sale or Rent MON Atwater street, No. 105, new one family house of 8 rooms, and bathroom complete. Also building, two more houses, to be com pleted 1st of October; stable in rear. A rare chance to buy in a growing neighborhood. J. W. HOWLAND. au38 18t 109 Atwater street. bie of this citv. in the 85th year of her ae. Funeral services at her late residence, 185 Church street, on Saturday, 4th inst. at 3 o clock p. m Burial at a later hour. 2t CLARK In Westville, August 31, Hersey E., child ot Jttrs. oiinme uiaric, aged l year, y months and 9 days. CLARK In Ansonia, August 31, Joseph Clark, aged 31 years. RUINED CHARLESTON. MARINE E1ST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. au27tf W. F. GILBERT, A 65 CHURCH STREET, opposite P.O. L . 79 to 89 RAILROAD AYENUE. THE EUREKA TRICYCLES Have no equal for strength, power, comfort and speed. Try them and be convinced of their Quality. Every machine fully guaranteed. We also have in stock a few of the wonderful MECHANICAL HORSE TRICYCLE. The child's own weight a propelling power. Ask to see them at the GENERAL HARDWARE AND SUPPLY STORE OF N. T. BTJSHNELiLi & CO.'S, 712 Chapel St.,99 and 103 Union St., First Door Below City Market, gfegs FOR RENT, eot- Possession immediately. T. R. TROWBRIDGE, 79 Long Wharf. $144 per year. No. 180 Carlisle street, 01 D rooms. FOR SALE. MA very fine farm of 75 acres, situated on the main road, about 6 miles from this city, with fine, large modern house, two good barns with stabling for 20 head of stock, (running water in buildings), abundance of fruit, over 1.600 bushels of aDDles last season. 30 tons of hay in barns, 2 acres of potatoes ready to dig, 4 acres corn and other crops; 2 horses, 7 head cattle; farm tools, wagons, &c, can go with place if desired. Has been run as a milk farm, and 14 cows and 3 horses have open kept on place for several years. Might exchange for some nice improved property. or sen on very accommouating terms. GEORGE A. ISBELL. ai!7 792 Chapel Street. FOR SALE, -AS IN WEST HAVEN, a good house and lot .fifillLnear depot of New York road. WALTER A. MAIN, au25 West Haven. FOR RENT, A ITOTTSF.. suitable for a small family. pleasantly located on Kensington, near Chapel .Kent moderate tu a gouu luimiy. 75 HOWE STREET. Rummer zsoxts. RAILROAD WAITING ROOM AND RINK, SAVIX ROCK, 0. HOWES, Proprietor, Will open for the season on MONDAY, Ileal Estate MAY Slt.. mv29tf toard and So0ws. BOARD AND ROOMS, At!. FIRST CLASS ROOMS, suitable for two fjiisT persons; steam heat and gas, with board; two EliilLdoors from horse cars. "au3uat 112 DAVENPORT AVENUE. FOR RENT. A larim furnished front room with alcove. I mi iinA of WAftt Chanel street railway. Pri- liilLvate family; sunny exposure; furnace heat; hot and cold water. References required. Aaaress au23tf "" FOR RENT, A NICE front chamber, handsomely furn- iaheri with alcove. Also a handsome suite of liilLfurnished rooms. Inquire at .U16tf 404 CHAPEL STlUSlii J'. ELM Military CITY Institute. Preparatory for any College or Scientific Schaol, or for Business. Seventeen years connection with the famous Collegiate and I'ommerelal Institute. Is a guarantee of high standard of scholarship. For circular of terms, etc., address se8 lm WILLIAM H. 8TOWE, Principal. Miss Orton and Miss Nichols (Successors to the Misses Edwards) WILL REOPEN THEIR ENGLISH AND FRENCH Day School tor Yonns Ladles and Lit tle Ciirls ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23d. Circulars can be obtained on application at sel lm 5 7 Elm Street. Pleasant Rooms, with Board, Suitable for gentleman and wife. Also lI::T Rooms for single gentlemen. AU pleasantly liUlLaituated. Also table board, can at my JS) tf 556 CHAPEL STREET. Board and Rooms. J LADIES and gentlemen in want of fur 1 141 nished rooms and board with home comforts, LililLalso tabl- board, call at S??13tf ' 8-H ORANOE STREET. fEfcXigeellaiieous. WANTED. 1 cheap driving horse, about 1,000 lbs. ; 1 j??gooddrivin horse, must be young and Pintle; 1 cheap draught horse, about 1.00 lbs., 1 good saddle pony; 1 cheap horse for business wag- OD" FOR SALE. I village cart SCHOOL FOR BOYS. (NR. CIL.E'8.) THE FALL TERM BEGINS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. For particulars please call (after Sept. 1st) at the scnooi, NO. 7 INSURANCE BIIILDINU. au25tf . nenr-ttT npn.rlv new. r..ift NEW HAVEN RIDING ACADEMY. 1U5 and 107 Martin Street, From 4 to 6 p. m. OAHHIAaES, WAGONS, FURNITURE, Pianos and Merchandise TAKEN ON STORAGE AT LOW RATES At Oar New Warehouse, 71-173 BREWERY STREET. Good Horses Always on Hand And For Sal at Our Stiiblcs. BREWERY STREET. SMEDLEY BROTHERS & CO. F. A. FOWJLEB, AND ASSISTANTS TEACHERS OF iano, Voice, Organ and Harmony, Will Resume Instruction WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. Sie. F. P. TAMBURELLO. instructor in the Grand Conservatory of Music, New York, will re ceive pupils in cultivation of the Voice every Friday Rooms 8 and 9, 851 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN. au24 lm Miss BARTLETT'S,oriver MissNQTT'S ENGLISH and FRENCH. Boarding and iay School for Young Ladies and Children, will open Septem ber 22. For children under IS: French. Drawine and Calisthenics without extra charge. Address I oo wan aireet, new iiaven, uonn. jytfeoaorn E. H. VETTER, Manufaciurer of FINE CUSTOM PARLOR FURNITURE. Closine-out Sale. u .ia ak follows at cost manufac- .r rrim. as I am eomg to stop ninuuim.u.H.s. .J'J 'J .ri.i.. of Fine Parlor Suns, 10 dinerent styles of Fine Lounge. 20 different styles of Fine Psrtor Reception Chairs, 8 do. Foot Rests and Otto mam 7do- Turkish and Patent Rockers 5 do. faen- KbUTheto'f th goods are in muslin "The fraSere of walnut, cherry, mahogany and roJewc ,Sd All orders for reupfiolstering and re ZZSZZ old furniture is continued along with prompt attention at the lowest prices. Iv24 tf Near the New Haven Opera House. 20,000 Kbi West Ciprs. Just received direct the best brands of Clear Havava Key "West Cigars, which we will sell at bottom prices. Please call and examine these goods. Fine California Champagne Dozen. Fine California Clajeot, pcpi)ozeu HENRY GOODMAN & SON, 160-162 Crown St., NEW HAVEN, COXHr. . . ...ton nf rinnartnerahip. WsdKrau "l.";.u;,tMlterra and assumes u COlieci ure r tt QOODYKAB. liabilities. T,Trr V TVP.S The --WSJti! OTrnTaTthe old stand, 881 State street. New Haven. Sept. 1. 1886. sel 3t SHIRTS TO OKDER. 757 Chapel St. Established 1857. BOOKS FOR THE MILLION. . 7. .on c..rH Works br famous authors, """only 3 1S each, 8 for 20 cents, at fiQ7 Chaoel Street, Mtan lie Art Ml not Hoase Orapes nALLS, 7 TO CJiapel Street. THE NEW HAVEN RIDING ACADEMY is now orn:jr. Lessons (10 to SIS per term. Saddle ponies to rent at $ per hour. Boarding and sale stable connected with the acad emy. 165 and 167 Martin Street. Houses For Sale. Ml I OFFEK for sale on Admiral and Gregory liTf streets, one house of six, one of ten, one of JlLtwelve. one of thirteen, and one of fifteen rooms All new and well located: improvements. ! Part of the purchase money can remain at five per cent. J? or intormation can on ine owner. UliiOKUE 1. AUSTIN, au21 On the premises. FOR SALE, TWO GOOD HOUSES on West Chapel pjijijjT street, well stocked with fruit, berries and UklLflowers, with all the improvements, in good oraer. Price and terms reasonable. FOR RET, A number of brick houses, one in the First ward. Also a number of tenements. Reuts low Rents collected. Money to loan on real estate at 5 per cent. Call at NO. 70 GHURCH STREET, ROOM & S3POfuce open evenings from 7 to 8. al7 1.. P. fOMSTOCK. FOR RENT, f. EITHER separate or together, the large store and rear buildings No. 479 State street. llLThese premises are well adapted to either .a large mercantile or manufacturing business; also rooms with or without power on East Water street. Also for sale or rent, dwelling houses in citv and suburbs. " J. W. BI3HGP, aulltf , .' 477 State-Street. Bl'lLDi.VG LOT FOR SALE. lir "ti HALF mile from Milford Center: half acre. Hilii well fenced ; fine shade and bearing fruit JaMiUtrees, vines, arbor, good barn, hennery and other buildings: good well of water, drain pripes; cellar wall and underpinning brick; doors, window sashes, etc., for a house; with or without 3H acres of adjoining meadow land, containing spnngoi wa ter, fruit, eardeu. etc. Will be sold at a bargain. Purchase money can remain on mortgage. Apply to jy22 tf F. It. TIBBAI.S, 7:38 Chapel Street. FOR SALE, JMah. A house; eleven rooms, barn and one acre ;;! of land well stocked with fruit, in the village West Haven. Win ba sold low to close an estate. uoMSiuus, aJ8 tf 70 Church street. Room a. FOR RENT, A 77 nlptrant seashore residence in the leish- j!r borhood of South End. with a complete outfit KLUSLOt nousenoia rurniiure anu a laimiy urgmi, on reasonable terms, Inquire of M. HELLER, je2atf 7V5 unapei street. FOR RENT, "A A Furnished Hall. UD One fiierht Of stairs: m&Wii nif 1K-X-4H: suitable for small society: will (MiLseat 150. Price one evening each week for one year, gas and heat included, $75. For particulars inquire or E. F. DURASD, 860 StU State street, or J. K. BXJNDY, 838 Chanel street. ystr arrived. September 2. Bark Libera. (Aust), Kossovich, Alexandria, Egypt, rags to Seymour Paper Co. Sen W D Magnan, Christopher, New Bedford, guano; sailed for N Y. Sen Luzerne, Twaddle, Kingston. Sch Green County Tanner. Hyde, Rondout, stone. Sch Zeiia, Hallowell, Dennyville, Me, lumber. Sip Mary Mack, Anderson, N Y, iron. CLEARKI) AND SAILED. Sch Lulu Ammerman, Bennett, Balto Sch Addie M.Chadwick, Thatcher, Balto. Sch Carrie Holmes, Holmes. Balto. Bed. ocean Bene, James, N Y. Sch Robert Morgan, Crossley, will sail to day for Norfolk. " FOVND. CHILD'S CLOTHINU, on Elm street, August 14, a bundle of children's clothing. Owner can have same by identifying and paying for this advertisement. Inquire of J. B. JUDD, 8e3 lt 33 Pendleton Street. NOTICE. T HEREBY ferbid anyone trusting my wife Mary. S Ann v tunneu. as x will pay no Dills contract ed by her after this date. Ji-llES O. OWMELL. Cheshire, Sept. 2, 1866. se3 at SCOLLOPS. Spanish Mackerel, Blueflsli, Salmon, Halibut, Hard aii Soft Gratis. Little Keek Clams, Lobsters, RIacklisli. &c, AT A. FOOTE & CO.'S, 888 &n?j!.'3?Xl ST. THE NEW RAPID BICYCLES Are acknowledged THE BEST. Call and examine them. We also have some BARGAINS in second hand machines. FULL LINK OP SUNDRIES. WILLIAM M. FRISBIE & CO., au!3 im 85 Admiral Street, THE MOST COMFORTABLE! IS THE "EIOKMIE PATENT SHIRT P. It enn on!v he had in tins city of O-Tlce iat rosidenop. Coliece street. Agency for EIGHMIE" and "BURT'S" Shirts. Posttil orders promptly flISef!. aS-S 'S LIQUID GLUE MENDS EVERYTHING Wood, Leather, Paper, Ivory.Glaw, China, Furniture, Bric-a-Brac, 4c Strong as Iron. Solid as a Bock The total quantity sold daring the past five years amounted to over 32 MILLION . bottles. EVEBYBODX WANTS IT. All dcnlcrs can EU it. Awarded TWO GOLD MEDALS. London, 1883. A'ew Orleans, lStS. Pronouno4tl Strongest Glue known Send dealer's card and 10c. postage iur Mini)io ch.ii r ivr.ri vj uiaiu Russia CekkntCo. Gloucester. Mais. Contains no AciJ. FOR RENT. HOUSES and Tenements in all parts of the FOR SALE. On easy terms. Houses and Building Lots. Ap ply at the office of J. L. KIERNAN, Room 0, 818 Chanel street. Opeq evenings from 7 to 9. my23tf WEST END INSTITUTE. MRS. S. L. CADY S EBfOLISH AXiI FRENCH BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL For Young Ladies and Misses. A Preparatory Course for Little Olrls. Lessons in French (natural method) given to them without charge. also OBJECT DRAWING LESSONS for which no charge is made in any department of the school. The Institute reopens September S3d. BUILOI.XC LOTS FOR SALE. y. Several in different locations for sale be low the market and money loaued at 5 per cent, to build on. CHAS. H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street Saturday evenings. my26 Xlie People Still Encamped In the Streets Searching for the Dead X.OKH Estimated at $5,000,000 All the Latest Detail or the Great Catastro phe. r V. . t .. O 1 ... V. n rr i sent here last night could not be delivered on account of the general confasion, the people being camped ont. Every effort ' is being made to deliver them this morning. We hope to have telegraphic) communication fair ly re-established to-day. The main office of the Western Union Tele graph company here was badly injured. The batteries were destroyed and all the instru ments ruined by falling bricks and plaster. An office has been opened about a mile and a half from the old one and two wires have been placed in woikingOTder. None of the company's employes were seriously injured. At five o'clock this morning all the operators were compelled to quit their posts and seek some rest. The excitement has been so great that for forty-eight hours they had obtained no sleep. No paper was issued to day and no busi ness houses are open. Residences and hotels are still deserted. The people are scattered around in vacant lots all over the city. Ef forts are being made to bring about some thing like order to-day. Telegrams sent by out of town friends to friends and relatives here are piled up in the telegraph office, it beino; impossible to de liver them owing to the evacuation of their houses by the people and their scattering throughout the city. There were many piteous scenes enacted throughout the night. Hardly anyone slept, and the wails and cries of the affrighted children, as they clung to their parents be seeching them to save them, were heartrend ing. Added to these were the groans of the wounded and dying, who, owing to the de moralization, lay almost wholly nncared for in the open lots and streets. 11 a. M. The people are just beginning to pick up courage to come out. ttlorts are being made to clear paths through the streets tor the passage or vehicles and pedestrians, and the city once more begins to show some signs of life. It is impossible to give any correct estimate of the loss of lite and prop erty. The first systematized effort to get at facts is now being made. j. he list of dead recognized and reported this morning at this hour foots up sixteen, and the search, has only begun. The lis1, of wounded will go into the hundreds. About 6even-eighthB of the houses and the public buildings in tne city are either damaged or wrecked. 1 p. m. Scarcely a building in the city es caped injury. The Western Union Telegraph office, which was in a one-stoiy bank build ing, is described unsafe, and a temporary of fice has been opened in a warehouse. The damage to property is now estimated at about $5,000,000. Despatches to the News and Courier from points in South Carolina, ranging from ex treme northwest to the sea coast, report se vere shocks of earthquake, with more or less resulting damage to property,thongh with out loss of life so far as known. In Crange burg people became so much alarmed that many moved to Columbia. As the details of the calamity in this city are gathered, its effects become more and more alarming. It is feared, also, that much distress will prevail, since by far the larger part of those whose property has been wrecked or seriously damrged belong to the poorer classes. People are as cheerful as possible under "the teriible circumstances, and are trying to restore order out of chaos. The aggregate loss is expected to reach $3, -000,000. The wharves, warehouses and bus iness facilities of the city are generally unaf fected by the catastrophe, and Charleston is as ready as ever for the transaction of busi- An Ohio Scandal. CoLtrMBUs, Sept. 2. Edward E. Niswan- der, a respectable youag jeweler of this city, brought suit this afternoon against John McBride, the Democratic candidate for Seo retary of State, for $10,000 damages for debauching and alienating the affections of his wife. Mrs. Niswander was the danE-hter of the proprietor of the hotel where McBride lived while in the legislature and it is alleeed that McBride met her there; that he also had a room at her sister's house in another part of the city and there received visits from her. The scandal is certain to be used against McBride in the campaign. The Braec Delancy Contest. Milwaukee, Sept. 2. The great Delancy -Bragg contest at Waukesha holds the at tention of Wisconsin. General Bragg is con testing a seemingly sure losing fight inch by inch. The time of the convention yesterday and this forenoon was taken up in hearing talk over the contested delegates. No or ganization is yet effected. The convention adjourned at noon until 2 o'clock this after noon. INDIANA REPUBLICANS. A Strike Amons the Brewers. fcT. .Louis, Sept. 2. In response to the desire of the Union, all union brewers struck this morning and not a member was left at work. Probably half the force remains at work. The strikers claim that many of these will desert shortly, while the employers make a counter claim that no great incon venience will result and thev will have all the men they want in a few days. They ciaim mat tne men who nave gone are tin skilled and can eaaily be replaced. Missouri Republican Platform. Sedalia, Mo., Sept. 2. After an all night session the Republican State convention adopted a platform. The plank on the liquor question is as follows: Resolved, That whenever a respectable number of citizenB of the State shall peti tion the legislature for the submission of any proposition to amend, change or modify the constitution in any matter which is a proper subject of organized law, the request shall be granted," was adopted by a vote of 557 to 4o. uandidates were nominated for Supreme juage: jonn uravens, ot Jackson; K. K.. Warren, of Honnible. for superintendent of public instruction, and G. W. Hutching, of ureene, ior raiiroaa commissioner. The New England Fair. Baugor, Me., Sept. 2. Splendid weather brought great crowds to the New England fair to day. Among the early arrivals who gathered about the cattle department were Governor Eobie, Hon. J. R. Bodwell, Payson Tucker, general manager of the Main Cen tral, Hon. W. G. Clark, of Porsland, and Hon. Silas Hatch, of the governor's council. Among noted gentlemen here are Hon. Ches ter Pike, president of the New Hampshire senate; Hon. Benjamin Sumner of Wood- Btock, Ct.; O. B. Brown, of Providence, Hon. Bharles N. Smith, secretory of the Rhode Island Agricultural society; ex-Governor Hopkins, of Providence; O. B. Hadwin, of Worcester. The managers to-day decided to hold the next fair either iu Lowell or Wor cester and then returned to Bangor as the place has given the best of satisfaction, finan cially. . - - fill VI Over 46, 4 and SO Church Street. Thorough practical Commercial Training for Young Men and Ladies. One year, or unlimited scholarship $60, Including all expenses. Six months $40. Three months $25. Penmanship, Bookkeeping1, Arithmetic, Business Forms, Correspondence, Commercial Law. Bank- ing. Finance, Ac, taught separately if desired. sitions to competent graduates. .practical mercnanaise and produce department governed by daily quotations. juay ana evening sessions oegm September otn. Call for circular. aul8 Open Monday,and FOR HE XT, MA large number of houses and parts or Houses in various parts or the city FOR sale:. On very easy terms, a new house containing a store and 7 rooms, situated on a corner lot; two miles from City Hall; city water in house; one block from horse cars. FOR SALE, Houses and building lots in great variety ot size, location and price. HORACE P. HOADI-EY, 2 HOIDLEV BCILDINe. a22tf Offlco Open B-renlngs. FOR KENT. JS. THE Store and Bakery No. 138 Bradley at-aat-. Th.r ia a imod oven with the store. anH an enterprising man can do a good busi ness, as tne neigrnoornooa warruuw a a first-class custom. MEKWIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, 759 Chapel Street. y M to. EDIONAL f OOD. THE WORLD RENOWNED ALVATOE FOR INVALIDS AND THE AGED, AN INCOMPARABLE ALIMENT FOR THE GROWTH AND PROTECTION OF IN FANTS AND CHILDREN, A .SUPERIOR1 NUTRITIVE IN CONTINUED FEVERS AND A RELIABLE REMEDIAL AGENT IN ALL, DISEASES OF" THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES SOLD 5X DRUGGISTS. SHIPPING DEPOT johnOrleWonj; NewYork. Tale Business College. Opens Wednesday, September 1. Thorough, PrsctlcRl, Business Training. Superior advantages under Experienced Instruct rs. l'ur further information call on or address R. LOVERIDCK, a!7 No. 37 Insurance Unlldlne. lm HOGARTH ACADEMY. PENMANSHIP. BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, GRAMMAR, CORRESPONDENCE, Thoroughly taught In a three months1 course. Op tional branches in Art Department, Off-Hand TTiourishine. Pen Drawinsr, Card Writing, Orna mental Lettering, box mancing, ana me stneitcs of Chirography. Methods practical, not pretentious Uay HUU Civcuiuf; oconiuua. For further information call on or address I'HOF. LEE. 63 Church St., New Karen, Ct. Opposite tne rose umce. "The Pen is Mightier than the Sword." 1y31 3ra For Adoption, A HEALTHY MAL-E INFANT. Inquire at aulOtf 54 OLIVE STREET. COPPERAS In convenient packages for use. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. WHITTLESEY'S DRUG STORE, 744 CHAPEL STREET. 333 State Street. ATHUSHEK 1el0 FOR RENT. HOTTSE 235 Erchanere street, first floor, 5 I rooms and attic chamber, from May 1st. In Lquire at BLATCHLEY AVENUE. RUIL.DINO LOTSFOR AliE B MASSENACLARk, Room 4, 87 Church St., Clark Building. On theinstallmentplan if required. l.un amberton street Terms easv. Lot fronting Howard avenue. Lot fronting oreenwicn avenue, jibiiock avenue and Kimberly avenue. WONDERFUL TONE, PERFECT ACTION, j UNEQUALLED DURABILITY. OVER 1 5.000 IN USE. S Not one has failed to give satisfaction. Ibest material; finest workmanship, I FULLY WARRANTED. ! Send for Catalogue and Prices to iC. M. LGOMIS, TEMPLE OF MUSIC, Nevf lluven, juenaen, BTiagepun, ' Danburr aadWatetbrar. i sole agent for Skew haven akb faikfiel counties 1 1 tFnll stock of Sheet Music, Music Books' Jand Musical Merchandise, always on hand. , St. Ronan street John street street Lots frontine Whitney avenue. and Dixwell avenue. Lots fronting Columbus avenue. and Grant street. Lots fronting DaKKett street, iiaiiocK and Arch street. Lots fronting Keoneia street, wesc street ana Washington street. lts ironting morris street, tv nson street ana utu street. Lots fronting Kvergreen uourt, wintnrop avenue and Rosette street. Ila fronting Winchester avenue, etarr street. Harriett street and Newhall street. Lots fronting state street ana trout street. One large house and lot on the corner of Olive and Wooster streets. Lots in Ainngtown, orange ijenter, ueroy avenue and East Haven. Lots in Hamden, near tns church, Branrora ana Augervnie. nouses ana lots in Montowese and houses in different parts of the city. Some of the best factory sites in the city. Also other lots too numerous to mention. a8 5m A Few Hundred Dollars Will Se cure a Good Home. ONE FAMILY HOUSE, 200 Atwater street. I !;;T1 nnnae and barn. 29 Auburn street. Two-fam- jyyUjly house. No. 11 Clay street. Two-family lima. AMi i-i.hAiri street. Ail to be sold low if sold within ten days. Also for rent, first floor 78 Wool sey street; first floor 10 Newhall street; 115 Porteea street; 121 Portsea street: 810 Congress avenue, and MMnil fltraao Auburn street. A. luT. HOLMES, HOUSE MOVER, OFFICE 09 CHURCH STREET. nois H INDIAN'S RE Ali ESTATE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. isn.non tn loan at 6 tier cent Interest. Property for sole in all parts of the city. Bents, iviiinnt.ions and the care of oroDerty a special ty. Fire, Life and Accident Policies issued in none but flrst-class companies. HINMAN COOKE, Agents, S3 Church. St. Opposite PosCoJBce. (Open evenings.) figs New York, Sept. 2. A despatch to the United Press from Snmter, S. C, says: Tuesday night several shocks of earthquake were ieic iu tnis town ana connty. , :. shocks recurred occasionally tb-' J"J ? night. Several h"J Ml? damaged slightly. ReS- , lAmt the con.n'y !? show that A ty. o as done to several buildings. ln?L2feLKSTON, S. C., Sept. 2, 8 p. m. Fol lowing is the official list of those killed by the earthquake, or that have thus far died from the injuries: White Peter Powers, Mrs. C. Barber, Ainsley H. Eobson, Robert Alexander, Charles Aldrecht, B. P. Maynardie, Patrick Lyncb, Annie Torek, Mrs. Rachel Aherns, G oldie Aherns. Colored Thomas Wilson, William Dean, Anna Glover, Z. Sawyer, William Grant, Alexander Miller, Joseph Rodoff, Hannah Smalls, Mary Barnwell, Maria Pinkney, James Brown, Angelie Davidsons, Eugenie Roberts, Robert Rodoff, Grace Fleming, Rosa Murray, Oliver Nickelby, John Cook, Clarissa Si monds, Hannah Harris, Sarah Middleton and Rebecca Ward. There may be a few more. Business is still suspended, the whole attention of the people being given to providing for rfugees and making residences safe. Bricklayen have advanced their rates to $6 a day. The city authoritic s cannot well meet to-morrow to pro vide measures for relieving the poor. Expres sions of gratitude are heard on all sides for the assistance offered to Charleston, of wliioV, the suffering people will gladly avail them selves. Confidence is gradually returning, but much apprehension is still felt. Continued Excitement In Washington Results of Scientific Observations. Washington, September 2. The earth quake is the only topic in Washington. The business in the departments since the shock of Tuesday night has been performed in the most perfunctory manner. Many of the southern men who have relatives in Charles ton are greatly distressed -became they have not been able to hear from them. The as sistant secretary of the treasu.y, Mr. Thomp son, is supposed to be there, but nothing has been heard from him. , It is said that there were two slight addi tional shocks here yesterday, but they were not generally noticed. The leading scientists here have no infbj mation to give in addition to that fnrnig. by Major Powell; the director of the G cal nnrvey. xne latter ii B'" tention of late years to e rha Stists, anyd ha fflSE Deatu ot Colonel Francis L. Lee. Boston, Sept. 2. Colonel Francis L. Lee, one of the best known citizens of Boston, died at his summer home in Westport, N.Y., this morning very suddenly; it is supposed from heart disease. Colonel Lee was born in Boston in 1823. Francis Lee, his grand father, was a famous Boston shipbuilder more than half a century ago. and Henry Lee, his father, made an enviable business reputation in the East India trade. Colonel Lee was graduated from Harvard in 1843. Among his classmates were numbered sever men who have since achieved distinction in public life, notably Judge John Sewell, Gen eral Horace Binney Sargent, Rev. Thomas Hill, ex-president of Harvard; editor of the New York Sun. Charles A. Dana; F w& Ham A PiVharrlaor, r,n.o 0-v.r6i.ary Of the Treasury and no- Ju8e of th Court of JS. xion. jonn A. Lormng of New York. On leavinc rnllwn Mr. Lee, being the possessor of wealth, gave iiiuiseii up to tne study ot notany, horti culture and landscape gardening, and the irmts or tne Knowledge tie acquired in these pursuits are evidenced by the exquisite taste in which the grounds surrounding his West port residence are laid out. He had no in clination whatever toward trade, though the family name and fortune had been built by it. Neither did he take much interest in politics and never held public office. He was naturally of a retiring disposition and dreaded the small bickerings and controversies that surge about the chair of a pablic man. He was, however.keenly alive to the demand of duty, and when in 1862 the call was made for nine months troops he was appointed colonel of the 44th volunters, having been major of the fourth batallion M. V. M. and having re cruited the 44th regiment. The regiment served under Burnstde in North Carolina. Colonel Lee was a'very generous man. He gave largely to charity but always in a quiet way. He leaves a wife and four children. Mary, the eldest,is the wife of Hon. Matthew Hale, of Alabama. oiTvhooakes govern ment trXnheTtlanticeoastmust henceforth be--onsidered "S quake Mtf0,tDquata have sons looking for tbem. There are very many persons in that section wno nave " interest in the s.bject and who have pi o LiT.i.ooj.,.witb. the instruments that are best adapted to the measurement vibrations." ...a the sufferers. , Sor.f. 2. The chamber of iav anoointed a committee to nn.Mnna for the U&ariesion suner- " " . , :c.4ofinTi of svmrainy on me Xne FIsliery Question. Halifax, N. S., Sept. 2. At last a move has been made in the case of the famous Glonulr schooner David J. Adams. The attorney gene, of Canada ha8 finaly filed with th registrar ot --.iralty his rejoinder to the United States' defense ot y,e charges against the vessel. It is a long docu-j mostly made np of negatives. It denies that the fresh fish found on board the Adams were ccught on the western banks as alleged or that the original fishing treaty of 1789 has the slightest effect now. It claims that a large portion of the United States' defense is bad in law, containing no allegation of fact and setting issues of law b" embarrassinj and uncertain. It den'- cne ngnt of Ameriw fishermen to b anything in Canadian'1611 under the T--ml and regards the-. The oi.ii oas on that nointan irrcl.nt to en- 01(U ot tne wner of the Adsrial because Canadian ports are im: t-rthn acts he vessel is liable to con.' t the Annapolis of the master. It denv' Jnin which Ameri basin is a commercj -J? , .nter and leave can ashing vesse -"-i f the state- J S : i it -a I ai-CTM ma uiiu? - ftiiu insist ID"1 ,T. x i jQfflnofl are un ments in fee VMf true. No Ume nas - of either the Adams or Doughty esses. The State Convention A Plain Decla ration of .'Principles and Sound, Indianapolis, Sept. 2. The Republican State convention met at 11 o'clock. Senator Harris was chosen chairman and John L. T"l - , . - xiupee, oi tticnmona, secretary. Tne com mittee oh resolutions reported. Their re port arraigned the national and State ad ministrations and embodied the following platforn which was unanimously adopted The security of the government rests upon an equal, intelligent and honest ballot and we renew our declaration against crimes of fraud and violence wherever practiced and under whatever form, whereby the right of every man to cast one vote and have that vote counted and returned is imperilled or abridged. We protest against the flagrant crime of the Democratic partv of Indiana, against free suffrage in the passage of an in famous gerrymander. We demand that man for man, the votes of members of all parties shall be of equal force and effect. Freedom of labor is essential to the content and pros perity of the people. Workingmen should be protected against the oppressions of cor porate combinations and monopolies. We are opposed to the importation of contraot and ill paid labor from abroad; the unfair competition of convict labor with free labo the competition of assisted emigrants and the vicious classes of Europe with American workmen, the employment of young chil dren in factories, and we recommend to the next general assembly the passage of such laws as will guarantee to workingmen the most favorable conditions for their labor, es pecially in the proper ventilation and safe guards for life and health in the mines and factories and the snre and prompt payment of wages. We favor the reduction of the legal number of working hours wher ever practicable and the submission of all matters of controversy between employe and employer under just regulations to impartial arbitration. The right of all men to associ ate for the promotion of their mutual good and protection without interfering with the rights of others cannot be questioned. We favor the maintenance of the principle of protection under which the resources of the State and nation have been and are being developed and whereby the wages of work insmen are from hrteen to thirty per cent. higher than under the revenue tariff in force before the Republican party came into power. x- nvuriug Liie reuuctiou ana readjustment ot the tariff from time to time as circumstances may require in our opinion the duties should be reduced as low af will be allowed by a wise ob servation of the necessity of protecting taac portion or manufactories ana labor whose property is essential to our national safety and independence upon the basis, of iioraiM proauction to tne products and re sults of Americaa skill and industry. We at the same time condemn the declaration of the Democratic party of Indiana, in favor of practical tree trade as a rerious menace to the prosperity of the state and the welfare and advancement of the workingmen. The wisdom and honesty of the Republican party secured sound money to the people. Gold and silver should be maintained in friendly relation in the coin circulation of the coun try and all the circulating medium coin and paper alike snould be kept on eanal and permanent values. The surplus in the trea sury should be steadily applied to the reduc tion of the national debt. We favor a thor ough and honest enforcement of the civil service law and the extension of its prin ciples to the State administration, wherever it can be made practicable, to the end that the corruption and flagrant abuses that exist in the management of our public institutions may be done away with and they be liberated from partisan control. Ine Republican party carried into effeot the homestead policy under which the west ern States and territories have been made populous and prosperous. We favor the reservation of public lands for small hold ings by actual settlers, and are opposed to the acquisition of large tracks of the public domain by corporations and non-resident aliens. . American lands should be preserved for American settlers. The watering of cor porative stock shonld be prevented by law. Railway and other public corporations should be subjected to the control of the public thiough the legislative power that created them, and tlieir undue influence in legislation and in courts should be summarily prevented. we favor tne creation or a bureau of labor and statistics whereby the interest of both labor and capital may be protected and the welfare of the state pro moted. Lapse ot time does not weaken the gratitude due the soldiers and the sailors of the nnion. We favor such changes in the pension laws as will make proof of enlist ment conclusive evidence of the physical soundness of the applicant, that will equal ize allowance and will simplify the methods by which just claims can be adindicated in the pension office. We favor too granting of a pension to every honorary discharged Union soldier and sailor altering ironi un avoidable disability. Wo tavor granting pen sions to the survivors of the Mexican war who are not labor ; under political disability. The legislate"0 suouia maice a liberal appropria tion or tne erection or a soldiers' and sail ors' monument at the Capital of the State. We favor the separation of the soldiers' or phans' home from the home for feeble-mind ed children. We renew the pledge of onr aevotion to tne iree unsectarian school system and favor measures tend mg to increase its practical value to the people. We are opposed to any movement, however insiduous, whether local and Btate, whereby a sacred fund may of) diverted, irom its use or the admimstra tion of the schools made less impartial or emcient. xne amendment of the constitu tion of the State providing for the eaualiza tion of fees and salaries ought not to remain a dead letter, and we favor the enactment of a just law for compensation of all public officials. We favor striking the word ; 'white" from the militia clause of the con stitution so that colored men may become a part of the State militia. ids remainmg resolutions touch upon btate issues, denounce anarchism, favor local option and proper taxation of the liq nor trade, express sympathy with Ireland. iuotiT-n the deaths of Grant and Colfax, favor luuuiimtot at tne expense of the govern- " oe situated at Washmcr ton. r c ri 1 t ... xv. o. ikuoiuU ui &u.n county, was nominated for lieutenant governor:"Gharls Li. unmn, or L.aKe, ror secretary of State, and Bruce Uarr, of Orange, for auditor. A resolution of sympathy for the Charleston sufferers and pledging contributions was adopted. Redmond, Biggar and Harconrt. The amend ment os Mr. Sexton was lost, 225 to 128, and the address agreed to without division. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. The officers of the American board state that there are no Congregational missions m the places in China indicated as the places of the massaeres of missionaries. Mrs. W. S. Farwell of Mount Chase, Me., while handling a revolver accidentally dis charged. The ball entered her left breast in flicting what is considered a mortal wound. The signal station at Ocean City, Md., re ports tne schooner Meyer Muller, Belfast, Me., J. K. Perkins master, Union Island, Ga., to New York, lumber laden, ashore six miles south of Ocean Citv. She lies on an outer bar and will get off at high tide. Woodstock, Conn Slants. A MKr?I7 G?,RL to do 8ener8j housework JT in a private family. Apply at 863 3t 56 WHALLEY AVENUE. HASTF.I1 SIX APPRENTICES to learn bench moldir.ir Ad ply at once. s' r IBS tJ. t . WARNER M F'G CO seSeodat 212 Kast Street. WASTED. A SITUATION bv a cbdiU wom..n to In o-n. X. eral housework or se f; i 1 -,. ork '..,od refer ence furnished. Apply at present place, sel It 103 WOOSTER KTRKFT- WASTED. AN American woman as housekeeper in a small family in Westville: a young chiid to care for. Apply for two davs. betwn th.intiK nf m a m auu p. in., at se2 2t 1,466 Cnapel Street. the 200th anniversary of its settlement next Tuesday was settled by the citizens of Rox- bnry, Mass. Memorial trees will be sent Monday from the pasture of John Eliot, one from the farm of General Joseph Warren and one from the farm of General William Heath. WANTED. which will celebrate I A CMPETENT irl with Sod references to do W1U ue")urara I the work of a small family: must be a irood - cook and laundress. se'at Apply at 194 CROWN STREET. WANTED, A SITU ATION by two young girls, one as cook, and the other second work or light house- WOrK lOr DOtli: Weil nmnmnniloH 1W hat places. Apply up stairs at sezat 2H2 DAVENPORT AVENUE. last Pat Men's Clambake. The annual clambake of the Fat Men's as sociation will probably be held on Thursday, September 23. Ten-Incb. Water main on Lons Wharf. The Committee on Water Mains met last night and voted to recommend the laying of a ten-inch main on Long Wharf after much discussion. The committee decided that they had no power to legislate for private property owners. The committee voted to hold their next meeting September 17. Died at Ninety. George Root, father of Edward T., George W. and Rhenben H. Root, of Waterbury, died at his residence on Field street in that city yesterday in his ninetieth year. Mr. Root was of the former firm of Bnrrall & Root, and had lived in that city since he was twenty-five years of age. Board of f inance, The Board of Finance held their regnlar monthly meeting last night. Bills approved were Board of Public Works $11,574.05, po lice department $721.75, fire department ,909.68, health department $539.59, sundry accounts $8,090.38, sewers, $15,373.27. Tne Illuminations at the Snore. Despite the cold weather ' there seems no lack of enthusiasm on the part of the shore residents, who are determined to illuminate their cottages at Savin Rock this evening. The postponed band concert will also take place and add to the attractions of the occasion. A large crowd from the city is expected. This will practically conclude public celebrations of the season at the Rock, which have been thus far unusually lively. WANTED, M. RENT by a lady; 2 or 3 rooms for light housekeeping, with modern conveniences in good neighborhood. Addressat C. H. FOWLER'S Law Offce, se2 St 116 Church Street. WANTED, A SITUATION by a respectable girl to do gene ral housewnrlr np SAinnl n-iu-lr ;n - f ... s2 2t 'aood city references. Inquire at 16 WILLIAM STREET. WANTED, SITUATION in a bank, store or manufactur- J- 'ng estaoiisnment, bv a young man 17 years old, who boards at home. Knowledge of business and stearly employment more desired than present P3'- Cau brinS the best of references. Address se2 3t W. S This Offlce. WANTED. AT the Pradley House 518 State street, two Ger man or Amei iea n girls for dining room, laun dry and chamberwork. Call between 8 and 10 a- m- . se2 2t WANTED, A GOOD COOK and laundress and a good sec- at se2 2t uuu kii-j. jtui oetween iu a. m. and 1 n. m. 278 ORANGE STREET. WANTED. A CARRIAGE BODY BUILDER, ene that can draft and build both light and heavy work. Steady employment. Address C. WEST & CO., Carriage Builders, aaltr 420 Duquesne Way, Pittsburg, Pa. WANTED, : ' A( nnn?0""8" anJ Carpet pr V j V I J Sweepers to repair at the Bas ket Store of Geonre I). Lamb, the wringer man, 699 Chapel street. Furniture, Oil Cloths, Ice Boxes, Refrigerators. Children's Carriages and House Fur nishing Goods in large variety, all first-class goods. Low for cash or on weekly payments. Orders by mail promptly attended to in any part of the city WANTED, TO BUY lot of Second-hand Furniture and Cat pets. Highest cash price paid. Orders by mail promptly attended to at m 28 CHURCH S13EET. WANTED. " "f ff GROSS Ciaret Bottles quarts. " JLUU HALL'S, fe1! 770 Chapel Street. Qxcxuestans. THE TENTH'S KF.UNION At Merlden Yesterday Officers Elected New Haven Members Present. The reunion of the Tenth regiment, C. V.t was held at Meriden yesterday. Abont sev enty-five members were present. At 12 o'clock a business meeting was held at G. A. R. Hall and the reports of the-secretary and treasurer were read. At 2 o'clock dinner was held at the Winthrop House. The Rev. J. T. Pettee, of Meriden, delivered an elo- ; quent address of welcome. Officers elected were: President Captain B. Jepson. First Vice President Captain H. A. Peck. Secretary and Treasurer D. L. Durar.d. Executive Committee General E. S. Greelv. Jerome Downs, General E. D. S. Goodyear, Lieu tenant Walter Hovey, Robert Stuart and John Grant. After the speech of welcome was made by the Rev. J. T. Pettee, General E. D. S. Goodyear responded to it in a neat manner and thanked him in behalf of the regiment. The New Haven members of the regiment present were General E. S. Greely, Professor B. Jepson, General E. D. S. Goodyear, O. J. Hull, H. French, Walter Hovey, C. A. How ard, C. A. Atkins, Lew Brown, J. A. Downes, H. H. Bradley and John Grant. General Greely and others responded to toasts. - BRANFORD POINT, Pawson IParls. AND THIMBLE ISLANDS. THE POPULAR EXCURSION STEAMER PASTIME Will commence making regular daily trips to the above places, starting from the end of Steamboat Dock, beginning Tuesday, June 29, leaving Steam boat Dock at 10:15 a.m ; leaving Thimble Islands to return at 3:30 p.m., stopping at Branford Point and Pawson Park each way and arriving at New Haven about 5:30 p. m. The grove and houses at Branford Point and at Barnes' on Pot Island are now open for summer visitors. Fare Tor hoand Trip, Fifty Cents. PECK & BISHOP, 702 Chapel St., Agents. je28tf Pawson UParlsL, INDIAN NECK & BRANFORD POINT. The popular three deck excursion UNO, capacity 1,500, iboat JUI Can foe Chartered Tor Excursions to Pawson Iark. Pawson Park is beautifuUy located on Long Isl and Sound, about one hour's sail from New Haven. The attractions are a dancing pavilion, swings, fly ing horses, boating, bathing, etc. There are grounds for base ball, cricket and lawn tennis. Use of grounds free to all excursion parties. Liberal rates to Sunday schools, societies, etc. For further information apply or address T. E. BALDWIN Agent, Room No. 4, Yale Bank Building. Nw Ha ven. Conn. jm tsd n THE STATE CAMPAIGN. Republican Killed t tne Cars. Lowell, Mass., September 2. An Italian image peddler,name unknown, was struck by a train from Salem on the BostOi and Maine railroad two miles below this cit-r f.n-nwb XJa -uo ti51-o(1 nrt Yirnno-hh f.o thin oii.-r v taken to St. John's hospital, where hi" " was found to be broken. He died He was about 35 years old. cricket gentlemen and was resumed this Candidates Chosen. Oxford State, S. C. Wheeler, H. S. Hub bell; congressional, W. W. Hughes, E. N. Tucker; connty, S. W. Buckingham, G. W. Crofut; senatorial, John A. Peck, N. J. War ren, E. J. Thrall, Geo. S. Hnbbell. Cheshire State, N. B. Hall, H. Beadle, S. Jerralds, E. R. Brown; congressional, Horace Fields, Julius Moss, J. D. Walter, Edgar Beadle; senatorial, Fred Ives, F. S. Burnett, H. J. Moss, Araba Rice; county, J. W. Keel- er, A. E. Smith, Charles Russell, Frederick Doolittle; probate, Benajah Beadle and S. E. Jerralds. Preston State, Nathan H. Ayer, Cosimer W. bmith, George C. Clark, Samuel R. Knapp; congressional, William A. Bedent, William B. Bagley, J. Elbridse Woodward. Charles H.Perry; senatorial.Charles B.Chap man, Gnstavus D. Andrews. Justin Holden. Albert O. Brooks: county. James A. Cook. John Pendleton, Henry H. Hopkins, Charles B. Davis; probate, Harvey C. Palmer, Wil liam Myers, George M. Hyde and Noyes D. Avery. Woodbndge State. Stephen P. Perkins and Marcus E. Baldwin. Blooinfield State. S. D. Goodwin. Noah Griswold; senatorial, H. G. Ishain, A. N. Phillips, Lewis H. Barnard, Georse F.Wood ford; connty, Lewis J. Phillips and William R. Latimer. Suffield State, John L. Wilson. Charles L. Austin, Charles L. Spencer and P. S. Lipps. Lisbon btate, James B. Palmer. George A. Ross; congressional. J. H. Kennedy. James E. Roberts; senatorial, D. N. Brown, A. A. mils; county, J. It. Adams, A. S. Carpenter; probate, Georsre Robinson and Levi S. Stevens. South Coventry State. John M. Wood and E. F. Tracy. Columbia State. Joseph Hutchins. S. B. West; congressional. C E. Brown. William W. Batty; senatorial. William A. Collins. George B. Fuller, W. B. Clark, J. H. Rich ardson; county, Frederick A. Hunt, Alouzo Little, K. P. Lvman and Willinm A T , 'I'- 1,-1! . '. , . . .. ... .... --J '" Hall; congressional, W. S.' Pip- t W Nichols: senatorial. A s - " Butr, Seth Hill. .T Tt ii . n Toucey. William 3. K. i-arro", . - Plumb. Ed Waldo, A. li. wartraiu. Prennek State, William wara auu Tattle. Monday and Tuesday .Mglits. SEPTEJIHEIl 6 AND 7. OPENING OF THE THIRD SEASON UNDER MR. WALL'S JlANAGEMENT. The Young Romantic Actor, Mr. JAMES O'NEILL, Presenting Charles Feehter's adaptation of Dumas' Greatest Work, MONTE CRISTO. With a Brilliant Cast, New Scenery, Realistic Staee Pictures painted ex presslv for this play by the celebrated metro politan artist Mr. GASl'AKD JIAEDER. Grand Effects, Correct Appointments and Appropriate Costumes, And the entire production PERFKCT IN IiV KIt DETAIL. Box office now open. Reserved seats 75 and 50c. Gallery 25 cenis. BUNNELL'S GRAND OPERA AND WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 6. Bennett & Mouiton's Comic Opera. Monday evening Olivette Tuesday evening Girofie Girona Wed esday evening Chimes Thursday evening Mikado Friday evening Billie Taylor Saturday evening Mascotte Tuesday matinee Pirates of Penzance Thursday matinee Billie Taylor Saturday matinee Mikado Admission 10, 20 and 25 cents. Chairs reserved at 50 cents. HOUSE A few Opera Box office now open. Tne English r jnew itov Sepft matcn oeiween g j The staten the stater . , their ?f.ter" f or 74. The Englishmen, who n d4UIk . . d made 203 in their first inning, sent tne hat; a?ain. auu Meteoroloeiel. Following is the meteorological summaxj for August, 1886: Monthly mean barometer, sa.aoi S?hest barometer, 30.850 inches, (20th.) Highest barometer, Lowest Monthl; t hummeter. 29.544 lncnes, f AMERICAN THEATER OPENS ITS . SIXTH REGULAR SF.""' S3 on day, Ai- male Minstrels. WeSlaV.nu Xcw, Bright and Spark I'll?. - A n - .1 5ft Cents Prices, - lu' ' Box Office open from iu iu i. M tYnEES WEDy"V Af" SATURDAY. misccliaucoiis. i coin i'tican. A GOOD livery, boarding and exchange -ooSaVfd oarbSr shop connected. , .nr ns oilier uuai- WU1 be s""w "THE HOULEVARH," ness. Inquire at Dixwell avenue. alum Staten Islanders to the to score more than 80 in the though they played a good game tnev taiie- c - , OA i rhn AOTUl IUUIUKi tore -- - . . ... th- . . A I r J. TflLMIM. WU1VU EuSSnmen the" winn of the match by H,iigiisniiieu conclusion of Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marve or purity, sirenBin TJ'rLcE. .MO uim KrniiinC than the ordi nary kinds,' and cannot be sold hi competition with the I multitude of low test, Bnort wuikih, uiuiu u V Royai Hakisu owdkb Co., 108 Wall St., N. Y, of floor of the chamber was very Cincinnati will ously. BUFFALO, sept. decided and probably contribute gener- o. Mavor Becker this . . . . i , ' i. fiir.7in7 teleeram to mo motnigB.uv - .". ";;-- - . eUizen8 Mavor oi nic"'"- --- i(. an(j citizenB ot tjnariesiuu . - - fed assistance is needed and would be accepted. n....... Mot Kxaeirerated. w.. Sept. 2.-Controller Tren- deuart ment received ih;. .nomine from bis son, the ?mr-.)i riitor of the Charleston News running, "-"---,- tne game ""6"--- - BBVeria a. uvia ill w uivu - 7 knocked the ball ont of the ground. TBK.BBLFAST TKOIBLBS ' v m.ona.inn In tne nvuso rnmmoni. , o 4- o Tn the House of Com- LONDUHi COM". - -iiu Mr. Peter MacDonaia, m. moUBimo o . , t Gli attributed tH6 IXOUUioo ah 17 . 1U1 uiivi of the iass i." . . T u i,tii i jt the soeecnes or ixiru , hurl ,i vfr f'hamDenam. u " i . - .. , ii . .. -ii t riAfend tnemBeives mo Deen aiiow : 13 r annor nnnsiaea. inK WOU1Q unvo an exhibi- times A Lively The Way It Happn'ea- September uujkhu", - - ., . n f. schooner A. E. CrittendfO, receu it i. TTAnrbaaKririr for : Z. r " . " ved tday. Captain Graham IWIUO wno ' , . J vaoa(.' came iu ue the way home oa tormer trip two men ' at Port Mulgrave, N. longed there, without report c- ., x,-u t A i in T.ne wav uon. torn , a .nrl trip He cauea k -o . . 5 mD nri hoard. The other on SOOti. uuo iAi at and because he did not take v t. .t and informed that the captain I111U LVO " . - -. , men. xney prucou 2. The On he landed S., who he at the cus- on the next 2.56 to North Bay, where" a tare oi tu- - - t n ooilinf TOT JJUUio. " PTOCl."w: ;trait of Canso, owing to passiug - . morate winds, they - . iti,n-ivA to keep aDO" ""jr:r- M nnder potest ot , ..', i c mackerel on Crittenden J"?- wd not do uutuu. - - -A m-T,orBl were to keep xne vT. Qrland val"tD'e- Tti a Canadian part and did rT was violatine any customs nou w w laws. . T. n;. Sanderson, memuei iui asked Sir William Harconrt how long he had fm-ed a separate parliament ior ireiauv. He proceeded to discuss aarcoon s iur views upon social order in Ireland, but the speaker ruled that he was digressing. Ma !?! oo.ron then emphatically denied that L' itnrhances were the legacy of Mr. uui . .twined nolicv. He re- iu- - rx;-Ta assertion that JL "rnfin' were Vworn to exterminate Catholics. If thiv W thev would, ne aeciareu, u. ju.u i i in ra.iatnnce of such rule. BOivLUB-.--"- ------ marks Mr. sexton miucu - --- of Major Saunderson were cmgV"- liamentary laws permisBiuie. i Harconrt made tne same iuu" j. Eandolph Churchill suggested that if the lan Kuage was objected to, the words shonld be taken down. After a further continuance of the debate, which was participated m by Messrs. Marley, Pinkerton, MaoCartney, Monthly range ot Darom., deerees Monthly mean temperature. degrees ni temperature, 8o.6 degrees, iHtnj. IVStSSL miles. Total moiy--, i 'it miles (7th), Maximum nour., .--r-.- B.a miles. Mean hourly veiuv;iij . Number of clear days, 10. Number of fair days, 1!. SeandaicioudineS (10 representing totality). A8. . ,:1, rain fell. 12. NuniMroiua"r ------ . -IV-riil 1HTK.1U1W""""! . l natait nfecipitation in any z uum.. inches (1st and m). .... h of . MoiXriTr from The observaUoss of thirtesn f-U-V"ToTeerei?"hrav.raSe precipitation is 6.81 inches. - H Shiiak, V. S.BUmal office Observer. STATE CORRESPONDENCE. . Southlneton. finnrmnoios. Sept. 2. Terrance Einn has had heaps of trouble with two German a ... Th. families flroc 1UHJ a Lun ... ieuiuu. : T. . . j a iu. innvoil awav. ne nau. a and there is evidence of its having been icnnaA The other tenant nas raw"" mi.. in H'laniler'A niSLrict. uiv" as allowed to stand after the haU uim-m aome time ago. si. uTi 1 1 ta worm boiw al thousand dollars. The farmers who plow ed their tobacco under, regret imy r. i .1 a ,i 1 they lost about twenty-nve nuuuieu uu. i. Silas M. Brooks will go np in his balloon, "The Comet," at the coming fair at the Driv The Advent camp meeting will be given of llnrtinm irrove Saturday. The Grangers will meet next Tuesday eve ning. IS . u mlliine. LiTeriem- SOLU nla.iut.svs Itlnnle Snsar. TT TE are having sent us for sale Maple Sugar V i .. A . ,,f .h. KMit farms in Massachu setts. Guarantee.it to .be absolutely pure. The trade supplied. SON, mo 770 Chapel Street. OXJFIE1 ffl BflinusGOTipfeints 4A 4&Va. iMinff FtrtWX. i . V. .li Off tlis nivsnii tiUlV !'3c' They reueve ine ""- II ffpAnllrl Tltnl IlliVrB'S JWttf - jj, FEBaETT, Agt., 372 Pearl street. N.