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October 14 1SSG.
mm VOL. LIT Special- fjotices. IMPORTED WRAPS. Handsome styles or Seal Flnsn, Boucle and Astra kan Wraps opened this morning, October 12. Fancy Jackets, Jersey Jackets, Boucle Jackets, In -great variety. LONDON-DYED SEAL PLUSH CLOAKS, Made from the finest uliinli, way equal to the skins in MISSES' Exceedingly pretty and stylish garments Tor Misses and Children. r. S. We invite all to visit our large and well light ed Cloak and Shawl Room. C A R OUR ANNUAL OPENING EXHIBITION FOR THE FALL TRADE NOW IN PROGRESS. 914 Clia,pel fBS-fcx-ee-t. iVoodcn Cross Section Cards. Their printing qualities, either with type or steel plate, are unexcelled by any paper, and they are specially adapted for Hand Painting and Decorating. Most fashionable calling card used, aud also very attractive for Dinner Cards, Wooden Weddings and Reception Invitations, Birthday, Holiday and Easter Cards. Their equal oannot be found to every admirer of woods. Toys and Game. A new line of Toys and Games and Home Amusements, Child's Books, Blocks, Banks, &e. Wagons, Tricycles for boys and girls. BOSTON K W. P. 65 CHURCH O A. T 79 to 89 FALL OPENING -OF- O JL. An immense display of all CARPETS, WALL PAPERS, LACE CURTAINS, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, RUGS, MATS, Etc. BARGAINS FOR ALL WHO COME. New, Stylish Goods. The Largest Stock to Select From. Prices Below Competition. SEE US IMMEDIATELY. L. ROTHCHILD & BROTHER, Q03 TO 689 C3rH..TX -A. V JbJlWXJDES- New and splendid styles in Best Bigelow Body Brussels at $1.15 a yard. Special sale of all the newest patterns in Lace Curtains. A deep cut in prices of Rugs and Mats. Great sale of Tapestry Brussels, from 50c a yard. Immense bargains in Ingrain Carpets. 100 nieces best Quality Ingrains at 65c a yard. Splendid selection of Ingrain Carpets, from A complete assortment of Wiltons, Velvets es and lowest prices. Oil Cloth, Oil Cloth Rugs and Mats, Linoleum, All goods warranted as represented. Goods shown with pleasure. Prompt iven to orders. We study to please at the great Bargain Warerooms of L. Rothchild & Brother, 683, 685, 687 and 689 Grand Avenue. OPEN EVENINGS. Summer c&oxts. RAILROAD WAITING ROOM AND RINK, SATIN ROCK, 0. KOWESy Proprietor, Will open for the season on MONDAY, MAY Sl.t. Soatrd and oaws. UNFURNISHED ROOMS. A NICE furnished room for rent reasona ble, with privilege of bathroom: centrally lo cated. ' 1B9ST. JOHN STREKT. BOARD AND ROOM!. A PRIVATE family has large and delight fully located rooms to rent with board; fami UULly preferred. Address ocl tf P. O. BOX 1.475. FOR RENT. A NICE front chamber, handsomely furn ished, with alcove. Also a handsome suite of furnished room. Inquire at aulStf 4114 CHAPEL STREET. FOR REST. A ROOM furnished or unfurnished, with or vithout board. Inquire at ol3 3t 14 HOME PLACE. FOR RENT, Mk NICELY furnished rooms; bath, hot and cold water, furnace heat; with or without LiiH HrMLi-rt Tflrms reasonable. Annlv Afc ol3 4tt 83 HOWE STREET. Pleasant Rooms, with Board, Suitable for gentleman and wife. Also Rooms for single gentlemen. All pleasantly Lsituated. Altso table hoarn. can at my29 tf 606 CHAPEL STREET. Hoard and Rooms. LADIES and gentlemen in want of fur nished rooms and board with home comforts. ,also tablt board, call at rnylStf ORANGE STREET. Native Peaches PICKED and received daily. A lot of late Craw fords to-day from Middlefield. - EDW. E. HALL & SON. MASSACJE and SWEDISH MOVEMENT. MBS. C. B. PECK, formerly at 80S York street, can now be found at se!7 3m" 843 Orange Street. FOR SALE, jrv A FINE pair of black horses; well matched, kind and warranted sound. Ap ply between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and 6 and 8 p. m. at "otltf"1 212 YORK STREET. Sclllns Out. THE en'ire stock of second-hand furniture at No. 28 Church street must be sold Immediately on account of achange in the business. Special Sale nder of this season's stock. We "jer of Lawn Tennis Rackets at ces. Please call and examine. ng. - .MRS, SO Water Street. pejcial Notices. seal trimmings, and every style and beauty. GARMENTS, P E T S. OF- .: 99c : : STORE. 15. 1, RUCK A CO., Proprietors. GILBERT, STREET, opposite P.O. RAILROAD AVENUE. 3STI3XT the leading novelties in 25c to 40c a yard. and Moqnette Carpets, in the latest novel- Etc. attention Xdxtciiiian. SCHOOL FOR BOYS. (If R. GILE'S.) THE FALL TERM BEGINS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. For particulars please call (after Sept. 1st) at the BCIIOUI, NO. t INSURANCE BUILDINU. au35tf The Hogarth Academy! Under the efficient management of Its Principal and Fou der, PROFESSOR LEE, who is emphati cally indorsed by many of the leading educational men of the country, is rapidly growing in fame and favor as a school where a sound common sense bus iness education can be acquired in a short time at a TOryhiHaLLUusr. rne following branches are thoroughly taught: Arithmetic. Grammar. Business Writing, BDokkeeping, Ornamental Lettering, Off-. Hand Flourishing, Box Marking, Card Writing, Elocution, Declamation, Oratory. Special instrue- iion in iiorr-Hana, Type-writing and Telegraphy. An elegant Diploma given to everv erraduate. Methods practical not pretentious. Kno ledge is Power." "Wisdom Wins.1'' Terms three months, $10; single branch 50 cents per lesson, hay and Evening Sessi ns. First Lesson Free. Good Board ana Home accommodations Lor out of town pupils. : Call or address, for circulars, PROFESSOR LEE, j v-xi u i e 1 1 oireei, isew Jiaven, tjonn. jV-Jl om ISS CHAPIN "17"IT'L reoi en at Reom ST. Insurance Buildin?. V Monday and Thursday afternoons, from 2 to 7 p. m . fur vocal and pinno instruction. Other gays l ner resioence. ni) i 'oltage street. sel4 lm Ov r 46, 4t and 50 Church Street. Thorough practical Commercial Training for Young Men and Ladies. One year, or unlimited scholarship $60, including all expenses. Six months $40. Three montiis $25. Penmanship, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Business Forms. Correspondence, Commercial Law. Bank ing, Finance, &c, taught separately if desired. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING Good po sitions to competent graduates. Practical merchandise and produce department guv emeu oy aauv quotations. Day and evening sessions begin September 6th. Call for circular. aul8 1 WEST END INSTITUTE niRS. JJ. JL. CADY'S ENGLISH AND FRENCH BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL For Young Ladies and Hisses. A Preparatory Coarse for JLltlle Clrls. 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 Sptemher P3d. CIGARS. " Fresh importations of new brands, including both mrium and fancy grades. New crop tobacco. EDW. E. HAXiL & SON, 770 Chapea Stmt. ji-ygijUJiinim MjiniiMJimJiiu.ii Ileal Estate. FOR RENT. k HOUSE 168 Wooster street, 9 rooms: gag I and water. Apply at L. 0I8 3tt 560 CHAPEL STREET. Hotel Business For Sa'e. A GOOD paying hotel business in a North Btiij; Carolina city of 15,000 inhabitants. EcilL Only one other hotel in the city. Price very low. Good reasons (or selling. - " R. E. BALDWIN'S oc9 daw Real Estate Agency. 818 Chapel St. For Sale in Fairllaven. MI0 you want to buy a nice one family i house of 8 rooms beside attic, with all mod ern improvements, on lot large enough for sta-iler I am now finishing off two: one is for sale and is very-dt-sirable; price $3,200. Come and see them. They are 111 and 113 Atwater street. J. W. tiOWLAND. o. tit 109 AtwaJjjr Street. Fair Haven. K. M. HOOKER. W. C. WARREN. HOOKER & WARREN, REAL ESTATE AND BUILDING. Repairs of every description promptly attended to. Mouses rented, property carea i or. Office. 8hop, 19 Exchange Building. 11 Garden Street. oca For Sale, Grove Street Lots, N.ar Chareh Street. "YTT7LI be divided to suit purchasers and sold on T y easy terms. For particulars apply to CHAS. H. WEBB. 850 Chapel Street. FOR, BENT, &A FIRST FLOOR of house on Peck street, 6 ) rooms, city water, eras and bath. Mouse is ilULbew: water rates paid by owner. For par ticulars call at MEK WIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, se28 759 Chapel Street. FOR SALE, jwa IN West Haven, a neat little cottage and BsiilT lot: eood location; choice fruit trees. Price Ej"1Li i00. Also a small farm of 11 acres with two-story house; $2,500. Apply to WALTER A. MAIN, se-27 West Haven. FOR SALE, A noon BRICK HOUSE in the First ward, a"if west of the postofflce: 10 rooms, city water sUILand tras. Price 85.000. Half can remain on mortgage aL o jer ceuii. it awiu awu. A flrnt. class brick house, l'i rooms, hot water. nath. Ac. on Wliallev avenue, near Dwight street. Can be bought for 5,500. Terms easy. FOR RE XT, A number 'of good houses and tenements. Houses rented and re-its collet d. Money to loan on real estate at 5 per cent. Call at NO. 70 GEHURCtf STREET. ROOM 8. Offlce open evenings from 7 to 8. s'-a a.r. . .7. IMPROVED REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, Or will exchange for building lots in any part of tlic city. FOR RENT. iJfjSf. A great many houses and tenements in var- B'ill w-...g parts of the city. HORACE! P. IIOADI.EY, HOIDLEY BUILDING. Ofllce Open revelling. aaetf FOR SALE. veafc A verv fine farm of 75 acres, situated on lK:::TtT,a main IV i ftil . .h.-llt ft milpS from this CitV. JSUlLwit h line, larsre modern house, two good barus wit h stabling for 20 head of si ock, (running water in buildings), abundance of fruit, over 1,600 himhols of annlifs l ist season. 30 tons of hay barns, 2 acres of potatoes ready to dig, 4 acres corn and other crons: 2 horses. V head cattle; farm tri. KiuwnA can iro with place if desired. Has been run as a milk farm, and 14 cows and 3 horses have bt en kept on place for several years. Might exchange for some nice improved property, or sell on vry accommodating terms. GEORGE A. ISBELL. 07 79-3 Chapel street. . FOR RENT. M EITHER separate or together, the larsfe store und rear buildings No. 479 State street. These premises are well adapted to either a larece mercantile or manufacturing business; also rooms wi:h or without power on East Water street. Also for sale or rent, u veiling iiounes in city and suburbs. J. W. BIsHOP, aulltf q i mate otrrt-i. BUILOIXt; LOT FOR SALE. em TT M.F mile from Milford Center: half acre. B:iT well fenced: flns shade and bearing fruit ijl,trees. vines, arbor, good barn, hennery and other buildings; good well of water, drain pripes; cellar wall and underpinning briok; doors, window sashes, etc., for a house; with or without acres of adjoining meadow land, containing spring of wa ter, fruit, garden, etc. Will be sold at a bargain. Purchase money can remain on mortgage. Apply to jy23 tf F. L. TIBBALS, 788 Chapel Street. FOR REST, J. A Furnished Hall, up one flight of stairs; ESlIil ai iRy4i- siiitAhle for small BOcietv: will JiJLseat 150. Price one evening each week for one year, gas and heat included, S7&. For particulars Inauire of E F. DURA.ND, 860-864 State street, or J. K. BUNDY, S'iB Chaoel stieet. jyatf Choice snore BuilfliHELots FOR iS Pk TiT3 AT MERWIN'S POINT. t That most desirable property known as the Nehe miah Clark estate is now plotted and will be sold in Jots to suit purchasers. It is most beautifully sit- ford, fifteen minutes by bus from Woodtnont sta tion, thirteen minutes by rail from there to New Haven. Persons seeking building lots with a splendid view of the water, should examine these HnfnrA nnnhiuin(r elsewhere, as it is conceded by everyone to be the most beautifully situated piece ot snore properly witiuu uiy uuioa ui Haven. Fishing, duck shooting and other game iin m i mjusserl For particulars apply on the premises, or at the residence near Waveriy Grove. STEPHEN L. USHER. Box 13, West Haven, Ct. my 10m.th.sa,4m FOR RENT, HOUSES and Tenements in all parts of the i0.city. FOR SALE, On easy terms. Houses and Building Lots. Ap ply at the omce of J. L. KIERNAN, Room 6, 818 Chapel street. Open evenings from 7 to 9. my28tf A Few Hundred Dollars Will Se cure a Good Home. MONE FAMILY HOUSE, 200 Atwater street. House aud barn, 29 Auburn street. Two-fazn-ilv 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 door 78 Wool sey street; first floor 10 Newhall strett; 115 Portgea street; 121 Portsea street; 310 Congress avenue, and second floor 29 Auburn street. A. M. HOE.IWES, HOUSE MOVER, OFFICE 69 CHURCH STREET nolS II INDIAN'S REAL ESTATE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. $50,000 to loan at 5 per cent Interest. Property for sale in all parts of the city. Rents, collections and the care of property a specialty. Fire, Life and Accident Policies issued in nose but first-class companies. HINMAN & COOKE, Agents, 63 Church St. Opposite Postomce. (Open evenings.) FOR RENT, HOUSE 385 Exchange street, first floor, 5 ifillt roomsand attic chamber, from May 1st. In GttULouire at a17t? 103 m.ATCHT.TV AVF.KTTE 2 rt irtt iMV J,lt tt. IIHUAV. J. L. ENSIGN Gives instruction on the PIANO AND !N HARMONY According to the standard conservatory course at his music room, 31 ELD STREET, Or at the residence of the pupil. se30 thmlm PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES Ac YOUNG MKN. In session Day and Evening, and pupils can enter at any time. Good paying positions secured com petent graduates. Instructions by mail a special ty. Bend or call for .list of graduates and ft ee cir cular. slf-1m G. M. PARKER, PRACTIOAL OPTICtftfJ, 854 Chapol Street. Eyes Tested Free of Charge. Brazilian Pebbles a Specialty. References : Rev. T. S. Samson, Milo D. Tuttle, M. Thomas, D.M. Corthell, B. Shoninger, O. W. Robinson. HOTEL DEVONSHIRE. 4-2D STREET, NEW YORK. Opposite Grand Central Depot ADJOINING LINCOLN BANK. Rooms from 50 cents upwards. Elegan ji suits tor families. Restaurant first class a JL moderate prices. Baeeaee to and from da. pot free. ai.JL.jHJj.SEr. Li. SE3 J IpH? ublicntians. FIVE NEW NOVELS FOR 15 CENTS. 5 NEW NOVELS All by very POPULAR WRITERS and all com plete in the NOVEMBER NUMBER of the Family Library monthly. Ask your newsdealers for the November number (Part 50) of the FAMILY , LIBRARY MONTHLY. NOW READY. PRICE, 15 CENTS. THE INTERNATIONAL NEWS COMPANY, General Aeents, 29 and SI Beekman Street, N. Y. JLoeal WMiber Ktcora. FOB OCTOBER 13, 1886. 7. 3. P. If . 30.10 59 67 Barometer 30.04 80.17 53 Thermometer 61 Humidity S Wind, direction and 66 velocity in miles per hour NE9 SH5 Cl'dy F6 Weather Cl'dy Cl'dy Mean bar.. 30.10: mean temp., 58: misan humid- ity, 77. Max Inches. Wrap., 70; xnin. temp., 52; rainfall .00 Max. hourly velocity of wind, 11 miles. FOR OCTOBER 13, 1885. Mean bar.29.RT: mean temp., 52. Max. temp., 57; min. temp. 45. J. H. SHERMAN. S. O. U. S. A. Note: A minus sien I Ipmflxed to thermometer readings indicates temperature below zero. A dasht in connection with rainfall indicates precipitation too small to measure. - M IMMATURE ALMANAC. OCTOBER 14. Sun Risks, Sun Sets, 6:03 I 5:13 Moon Risks, 6:24 I Hioh Watsr, ( 11:32 BIRTHS. CLARK In Ansonia, Oct. 4, a daughter to Mr, and Mrs. josepn A. jiarx. jHAKRIAGES, HENRY STORY In this city. Wednesday. Oct 13, at the residence of the bride's parents, by toe Kev. 1. s. oamson, naia josepnine, oaugncer or B. 1'. Henry, and Joseph R Story, of Liverpool, Eneland. EATON EVANS In Bristol, H. Irving Baton and Mattie N . Jvans. DEATHS. CHAPPELL In Montville, Oct. 16. Mrs. Joseph Chappeli, aged 66 years. GRIEVING The funeral services of the late Mrs. I hankfiil M. ttrimne will be hem at ner late resi dence. No. 20 Ward street, this (Thursday) after noon at 3 o'clock. MA It IN E LIST. . PORT OF NEW HAVEN. arrived, Octooer 13. Rch V. P Averv. Hawlev. Bal'O coal. Sch Henrv May. Hallowell. Calais, lumber, 10 days. ben .nary r arrow, tuuuw, xeiiasi uuuuw. . . . u , 1 1 . : 1 . XT 1 ..1. 0CU JDiam, Buruii, r una, im wjju CLEARED. Sch I 8 Terry, Raynor, N Y. Sch Hattie, Law, NY. Bark Vidette, Sawyer, Balto. LOST. -J IN this eity, a Black Cocker Spaniel. A suitable reward will be paid for his re turn to 73 UJliJiU AVJLJN UJii. OC14 It BOARD AND ROOMS. r ROOMS nicely furnished, with or without I hnnrrt- lrat.4 hot. and coin water, hatn. Ac: SniLalso table Doara, at ol4 at 1S1 YORK. STREET, r;nitlntz and Fitllne. rfHE advertiser wants work at cutting and fitting 1 dresses; sewing ot any mna. wuiBoouioy the day. Call at n Ol4 t ou jtiijiJ o J. rvc-gj i FOR SALE. k THE valuable property Nos. 717 and 749 Rtjata of t-vr. onrafrnf Rrfifilev. with a fiTOOd liljLstore on the corner. Al'Os Owe: ting nouse l No 10B Bradley street: lot SS feet 6 inches by 145 deep. Inquire Of SAMU EL, MUHOLS, 014tr 4W oiawioirwu For Sale to Close an Estate. l LARGE HOUSE. 13 rooms; lot 60 feet on ITnct Paorl et.i-.nl-. minninc t.,1 ITrnnt. street. 'I'H Most of price can remain on mortgage. Tenants waiting to occupy. T. a. SLOAN A SON, Room 3 Benedict's Building. Open evenings- BRiC-A-BRAC Just received, a fine line suitable for prizes, fa vors, &c, at 697 Chapel Street. NorliirnD liie Art Dealer. TT 4 PP V RP'T.T. Tn.(sfft . 1 VS. I ORDEBOF NOTICE THERON W.TOWNER,etals ) State of Coaneeticut, New Haven County, ss: New Haven, sept, ay, iswj. UjriSi me cumpiatD. ui tuts hhiu ntuijr jdwh ; trustee under the trusts craared by the will of : praying for reasons therein set forth lor the con struction of the will of said Theron Towner, now pe-'ding before the superior court in ana ror iNew ; naven county, on me nrsL lurauay vl uycluuci f A. D. 1886. It appearing to and being found by the subscrlb- ing aiithontr tnat tne roiiowiog namea avienuauui are absent from the State and in parts unknown, to witM the children and descendants or tjiari sa m. Ma.rkhM.in. deceased, sunoosed to be Daniel Brown. Frihraim Rrown. Kftwa.nl Markham and Delohine Markham, the latter supposed to be married, but whose, name and residence are unknown. Therefore, ordered, that notice of the pendency of said complaint be given by publishing this orae: in the New Haven Mornint? Journal and Courier, a newsnauer nrinted in said New Haven.once a week. three wveks suocasively, commencing on or be fore the 19th dav of October. ' A. D.. Itte6, ana by de positing a copy of said complaint and order of no tice in the postoffiee, postage paid, and registered letter. At 'laid New Haven, directed to said defend ant, Edwar Markham, Detroit, Michigan, on or before the 19th day of October, A. D. 1886. JONATHAN INGERSOLL, Clerk of the Superior Court for New Haven County ol4oawat FOR HIT STORE OCCUPIED BY E. I. SiETH, 815 CHAPEL STREET HILLIHEBY GOODS AT COST TO CLOSES OUT THE NEW QUININE. KASKINE WHAT THS PHYSICIANS SAY ABOUT IT IN Rheumatism. Malaria, Dyspepsia, IV jERVOVS debility, LIVER, LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE. The eminent and ce'ebrated Dr. Glessner writes: The Kaskine Co. Dear sirs "The first greatest successes I had with Kaskine were in chills and fe ver, malaria, nervous debility, rheumatism and liv er diseases, and I considered at that time that it was undoubtedly the best medicine ever discovered,but I was evea then unfamiliar with its really wonder ful powers in curing all the other crerm diseasesand disorders, particularly where the blood had become diseased or impoverished and the digestion im paired. Strictly speaking, Kaskine is the only blood purifier we have. 1 use it also very largely with unfailing success In all diseasesjpecular to.wo m n and children. In over three hundred cases I have cured there has never been the slightest bad effect following ilB use, and it is far superior to any tonic or nerve medicine ever known to the medical professiou. Very truly yours. L. M. Glessner, M. D., 360 East 121st St., N. Y. Prof. W. F. Holcombe, M. D , writes: "Kaskine is superior to quinine in its specific power, and never produces the slightest injury to the hearing or constitution. " Dr. L. K. White, V. S. Examining "Surgeon, writes: "Kaskine is the best medicine mm," In St. Francis Hospital, N. Y ., "Every patient treated with Kaskine hae been discharged cured." In Beilevue Hospital, N. Y., 'Universally suc cessful. 11 St. Joseph's Hospital, N. Y.: 'Its use is consid ered indispensable. It acta perfectly." Kaskine is p'easant to take and can be used with out special medical counsel. Send for the great book of testimonials unparall eled in the history of medicine. $1 bottle. Sold by C. S. Leete & Co., New Haven, or sent by mail on receipt of price. THE KASKINE CO., jySeodaw M Warren Street, New York. WASTED 1 ,0. T5 per cent, interest on first mortgage securi- j . ty Auaress Jr. kj. oua iw, olS 3t New Haven. B. G-. RUSSELL, AUCH1TECT, So SM Chapa BtrMt, Hew Hi News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. POWDBBLY GETS THERE. J Again Chosen Ruler Of The Knights. . HEWITT TO WBITE A LETTER Almost A Clear Field Against George. THE LAST NEW ENGLAND MOVE. Consolidated Road Officials In Boston. NO OPPOSITION TO I'OHDEHLT. Re-Elected to Rale the Kulghta ot jLabor Considerable Wire Pnlllns to Get the Offices. Richmond, Oct. 13. Mr. Powderly to-day made his appearance at the room where he has been giving oat information to the press so much more promptly after this morning's session, and there was sueh an atmosphere of pleasantry abont his manner, that he was asked what had happened. "I have been re elected," was hia reply. His announcement was hailed with delight by the correspond ents, it being taken as indicative of more at tention from the grand master workman, and possibly a more liberal flow of news. Mr. Powderly very briefly related the proceedings of this morning. The early part of the ses sion was consumed in the adoption of amend ments to the constitution, and a great deal of work was accomplished. Finally a motion prevailed that the rales be snspended with a view to proceeding with the election of offi cers. It required a two-thirds vote to do tnia and the roll had to be called. As there were 612 delegates present the procedure was slow. When finally the call was completed and the rales were snspended, Mr. Powderly and Grand Worthy Foreman Griffiths were re-elected without opposition, and the con vention adjourned until 2 p. m. The re-election of General Master Work man Powderly and General Worthy Foreman Griffiths at the morning session so whetted the appetites of the delegates for that kind of excitement that they continued the work of choosing officers immediately upon the meet ins of the convention this afternoon. The office of secretary-treasurer was divided and- Charlea H. Litchman, of Marblehead, was elected secretary by a large majority. He was placed in nomination by James Camp bell, of Pittsburg, and seconded by Tom O'Keilly, of Hew York. Frederick Turner, at present secretary-treasurer, was then elect ed treasurer. There were other candidates, but the votes they received in the convention were quite insignificant. The election was conducted by ballot. This with speeches oc cupied the entire afternoon. There were the usual acknowledgments by the four officers elected. The only officers yet to be elected are the secretary of the insurance de partment and seven members of the executive ooara. xnese will De cnosen to morrow. The work ot revising the constitu tion is practically completed. The questions before I he convention ana not noted upon at adjournment will be referred back to the lo cal assemblies. There are many subjects to be disposed of yet, although 34r. Powderly upon being asked to-night by the United tress correspondent when in ins opinion the convention wonld finally adjourn said: "On Saturday morning, most likely." Other offi cers expressed the same opinion. Generally the delegates are well pleased with the result of the work to-day, but there are some great ly displeased and who freely give vent to their feelings. "Mr. Powderly does not Beem to take so - much interest in the subsequent proceedings as in the pre liminaries," said a delegate this evening. "I observed that he was about his hotel much this afternoon and that he is not as active as he was before he was re-elected this morn ing, tie shouia nor, nave Deea nervous abont his re-election," continued the dele gate, ''tot that was a foregone conclusion. The opposition was nominal only." "Was there mucu ot a scramble lor tne other offices?" "I never saw the like of it," was the quick reply. "During the past thir ty years I have attended a great many polit ical and other conventions, elections aud caucuses, bat I never saw more wire pulling than I have seen here. There was a good lot of cat hauling and electioneering and not a little feeling has arisen over it all. For my part I think it was very wise to extend the tenure of office to two years: The offi cers would destroy our organization in a short lime if we had annual elections. You see we labor at a greater disad vantage than political parties on account of patronage as we have a smaller per cent, of it and a greater per cent, of ambitious men?' The circular is addressed to the Knights of Labor, is largely composed of analysis show ing the wholesome and healthy composition of oleomargarine and making a comparison of its tax with that on tobacco and whiskey. It closes: "You pay the tax. The resolution contains no political appeals. It is for the benefit of you and your brothers in the great cause of labor. Pass it." A circular entitled "A resolution equaliz ing oleomargarine and containing about four thousand words is being distributed here. It smacks of the work of oleomarga rine manufacturers and yet declares the ole omargarine bill passed by Congress ' 'was gotten np and pnt through for the benefit of the Armours and -the millionaire dairymen of New York." It contains a resolution saying that while we approve of the general objects of the law we demand the repeal of all its monopolistic, obnox ious and prohiBitorv clauses." The color line and religious problems which confront the Knights of Labor as sumed a pngnlistio form to-night and result ed in a terrific encounter between two of the State's employes. One was an anti-Catholic who recently lctt the K.nighs of Labor and. the other a devout member of the Ro man church. The former said he departed from the organization because colored men are admitted and toat he would not suffer a practice which makes it possible for a negro to blackball a white man. Also that of the six secret orders he belonged to there was the greatest secrecy about the Knights of Labor and he could not see how a Catholic could belong to it, although it seemed there were a large majority of the Knights of Labor who were Catholics. He concluded by roundly de nouncing both the Catholic church and the negro element in the order. The fight was bloody one. A member of the executive board stated to the United Press correspondent to-night that one-third of the delegates wonld leave the city to-mor.ow and that it is probable the convention will be withoutra quorum if it does not adjourn Saturday. Mr. Litchman. the newly elected secretary, is the editor of a labor organ at Marblehead, Mass., a practical printer and about forty- two years old. THE BOSTON AND ALBANY. Consolidated ICoad Officials Invited to ! Assist In the Annual Inspection. Bostok, Oct. 13. President Bliss of the Boston and Albany road has . invited Presi dent Watrous, Vice President Eetd and Mr. Bishop of the New York, New Haven and Hartford road to join in the annual inspec tion of the Boston and Albany. Messrs. Watrous and Eeed were in town last night and left this morning for Springfield where they were to join the Albany people. This trip is believed by insidors to have beeu planned by Mr. B iss as a step toward ad vancing the Droposed consolidation of New England railways. It is .now admitted by New York and New England people that the first move in this direction was made by the Albany president. Colonel Clark has not gone to New York as was reported, but to Hartford only, on business connected with the taxation of the property of the company in Connecticut. He will also join the Albany party at Springfield. It was intimated that another meeting of the presidents had been called, but the best authority quotes Colonel Clark as saying that none had been ar ranged and that the matter was simply 'simmering." He does not express much uneasiness abont the summons servea upon him in behalf of Mr. Field, the lawyers believe it will be diiKcnlt for the latter to slio" grounds of ac tion against either Colonel Clark or Mr. Hig- ginaoa. A gentleman prominently comneot- ed with the management of one of the Bos ton roads said this morning: "lam now con vince that the New York Central people are behind Mr. Bliss in these negotiations. There was strong buying in the first of the advance by the Gould-Sage interest and the Manhat tan theory seems to have been put forward Dy mem tor a snort Dull turn on the stock. Their buying was not for trol. It began soon after Mr. Gray's aeatn wnen the stock was selling at about 49J and much of their holdings were sold at about 47 and all the way np. It look ed at first like a contest for control of New York and New England through the stick between the Gould and Vanderbilt interests, duc now x am satisned that the Ckmld buy ing was for speculation and that the stock which has gone to New York is now in Van- aerout's Hands." Base-Ball Yesterday. Philadelphia-Athlfctics 3, BrooMvns 3. WilJiamstown Chicagos 12, Williams College 8. Baltimore Baltimores 9, Detroits 4. Howe Still Smashing Mecerds. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 13. William A. J Sowe, of Lynn, rode a bicycle against time to-day and broke the record of the world for two, four and five miles. His time was: One mile, 2:87 1-2; two miles, 5:14; three miles, 8:02 1-5; four miles, 10:45; five miles, io:xt a-o. HEffITT WILL V7RITE A. LETTER contauing III Decision With Hsgard to III. Nomination. jNew Yokk, Oct. 13. The Tammany com mittee appointed tonotify Hon. A. S. Hew itt of his nomination for mayor performed that duty to-day and were told by Mr. Hew itt that he would prepare a suitable re sponse containing his decision. The document is expected to be ready by Friday or Saturday after the County Democ racy's convention ha been held. Mr. Hew itt has given no intimation as to what his de cision will be. J. . Edward Simmons has formally withdrawn from the candidacy of mayor onerea Dy tne Dusmess men. Upon receiving Mr. Simmons' withdrawal the Business Men's association endorsed the nomination for Mr. Hewitt for mayor. jFIre In Birmingham. Fire broke out about a quarter past one o'clock thss morning in the large feed mill of Peters & Hendee in Birmingham and gained such rapid headway that the works were in fair way of being totally destroyed. Fall Millinery Openlns at miss Byrnes'. Miss M. E. J. Byrnes' annual fall millinery opening took place yesterday. Her large millinery parlors were crowded throughout the day by New Haven's fashionable ladies, who gazed with evident admiration at the large and beautiful display of choice and stylish hats and bonnets. The display ex ceeds all yet shown at Miss Byrnes'. The stock embraces charming hats and bonnets of many different styles and varieties, trim mings of every description in profusion and goods of all prices and descriptions. Miss Byrnes' efforts . have always been to secure the most exclusive styles, the choicest goods and rarest novelties. That her efforts have been successful is shown by the flattering manner in which her openings have always been attended, and yesterday's attendance and display eclipsed all previous efforts. The small capote with various and some decided modifications remains the favor ite. The melon horseshoe crowns are also novelties. The wired or trellis designs made of plush, velvet, chenille or felt in a variety of designs are also novelties, and some of those displayed by Miss Byrnes were marvels of exquisite taste. A chenille trellis over heliotrope and a jet over a Gobelin" foundation found im mediate purchasers. These dainty specimens of milliner's art must be seen to be appreci ated. From the number of felt bonnets in all the latest styles and new shades one would think this firm had contracted to sup ply all the ladies with a hat to match each dress. Beaded velvet bonnets are considered very dressy and two shown were ijonuiae novelties. Plush bonnets .and the peau de bete (that imitate the skins of animuls) were shown in many styles. Space only permits to recognize a very tew items. The opening continues to-day. SealU of Mrs. Jared. Crlfflus. The death of Mrs. Thankful Matilda Grilling, wife of Captain Jared Grilling of this city, which occurred on Tuesday, comes with crushing weight upon a large circ!e of acquaintances and friends. Mrs. Griffing was stricken down by disease about ten days ago and the character of it was of such a nature as to give but little hope from the first. The immediate cause Of her death was blood poisoning. The deceased will be deeply missed by the worthy poor, to whom she was a friend indeed. Her works of charity were performed in a quiet and unos tentatious manner and many of God's poor will mourn the loss of a true friend. Captain Griffing, . who was on a trip with his vessel to Norfolk, Va., learned of his wife's illness on his arrival there and hastened home by rail, but did not reach here nntil yesterday. The deceased leaves besides her Husband one daughter, Mrs. A. II. Jdurlburt, to mourn the loss of a loving wife and moth er. The funeral will take place from her late residence, No. 20 Ward street, this after noon at o o clock. A Bis Craah on Meadow Street. Some of the Meadow street residents were startled yesterday by a big crash. A block of granite, weighing a ton and a half , and the derrick which was supporting it, which were on the second floor of one of the new brick buildings nearly opposite the State armory, fell. The crash was terrific. Mr. L. G. Hoadley and another person had a narrow escape as they had a few minutes before been standing where the stone landed in its fall. It struck upon the lot next door of Mr. J. S. Cannon's residence, after nearly demolishing a brick column of the building. The stone was being swung into position in the second story when the accident ocenrred. None of the workmen about the building were hurt. The cause of the accident was a mystery. Personal. Mrs. F. C. Dayton returned to the city lasi Tuesday from Short Beach, where she has been sojourning for several weeks. Frederick, son of Mrs. Bedcliffe, the cater er, had the misfortune to break his ankle by a fall recently while engaged in football playing with classmates on the Hopkins Grammar school grounds. Mr. Wm. Schneider of 160 Elm Btreet, this city, arrived from Germany yesterday morn ing, where he has been spending eleven weeks with bis father and mother at Baden on the Rhine. He had a very pleasant time. Miss Susie Hutchinson, of Branford, has accepted a position as stenographer to the Security Insurance company of this city and Mr. E. G. Chapman has gone to East Hamp ton as shorthand writer to the carton Uell company. Both are graduates of J. F. Gaf- fey's school. BRIDGEPORT'S TRAGEDY. Cowardly Crime -A Probable IT! or der And A Snlclde. Bridgeport, Oct. 13. A murderous as sault was made in West Stratford early this morning by Joseph Frese, who tried to butcher his wife because she purposed to leave him on account of his brntality. She was a widow with three children when he married her three yeais ago.during which time their life has been a continual strife, caused bv his brutality. He had threatened to take her life if she attsmpted to leave him. On the night in question he had requested her to t-hare his bed, contrary to ner usual cus tom. She had fallen asleep and was awaken ed by her husband, who had partially dress ed and was stabbing her with a dagger, a murderous weapon ten inches long, in spite of her efforts to defend herself he drove the dirk repeatedly into her body, in flicting four deep wounds in the ab domen, through one of which the intestines protruded. Alter satisfying his thirst tor blood the brute betook himself to the rail road track and threw himself in front of an express train of the Consolidated road, whioh completely severed his head rrom nis ooay. His wife dragged herself to her children's room, who were tern bed at tne signs ana dared not leave the house lest their father be lying in wait outside. The woman's recov ery is considered impossible, inaeea it is remarkable that she survived the attack itself. She recently had her life insured for $1,000 in the Order of United Friends and for $t80 in the John Hancock association. It is said Frese tried to have his wife make him, instead of her children, the beneficiary of these insurances in case of her death, and that her refusal to do so was one cause of bis resentment towards her. N. II. YACHT CLUB. A Lively iTfeeltng jLastNieht. The Yacht club last evening elected for oommodore, Acting Commodore Charles M. Peck; for vice commodore, W. W. Price; for rear commodore, H. C. Boame of New York. Several new members were elected. The meeting waa large and enUmsiastio. MORE GOOD TROTTING'. JL Large Crowd at the Races Tester' day John R. Westchester Girl and Tlconle the Winners. About 1,200 people attended the races at Hamilton Park yesterday. "The unfinished race, the first on the programme, was won by John B, in 2:37, he having won two heats on Tuesday. 2:40 class. In this race there were seventeen entries with but six starters, Frank, Jennie, Queen Eay, Yankee Boy, Celetia and Ticonic, Cele- tia having the pole. In the pools Ticonic was the favorite and was selling for $50 against Queen Eay for $35 and the field for $20. The horses In this heat got away after several attempts to score in very bad shape with Celetia in the lead and Ticonic second but before the turn was reached Celetia broke and fell back to the last place before Bhe could regain her feet and Ticonic had taken the lead, with Jennie trotting close behind, with Queen Eay third, and by the time the half wai reached the horses were trotting in the same positions well strung out over the track. . On the third quarter, how ever, the horses drew together and came down the homestreteh well bunched, making a very pretty nmsn with Ticonic hrst aud Jennie second trotting well on the leading horse's wheel. Ticonic also won the second heat easily, bat was held in by her driver on the third and fourth heats,letting Queen Bay win them. Jast after the third heat Mr. John Mc Isaacs of 188 CharleB street, Boston, Mass., entered tne judges' stand and made a pro test against Ticonic, who be said had trot ted nnder the name of Frank F. in 2:26 lat Medtord, Mass. Mr. Stearns, the driver of Ticonic, was called into the stand and made a written statement to the effect that the protest was false. . The judges then let the horse trot under protest until the troth of the statement was found out. When the horses were called on to the track tor this heat the judges ordered Driver Lewis to take Driver Stearns' place and han dle the ribbons behind Ticonic, as the judges and spectators were satisfied that Stearns was not driving to win. Driver Stearns objected to this arrangement and swore that he was driving to win, and was allowed to drive after the judges stating that if he did not win the heat it would be declared no heat. J. he horses started well, and, as was expected, Ticonic took the lead early in the mile and kept it throughout, winning the heat and race, with Queen Eay second. SUHMJLKT. 8:40 Class Purse S300: SS0 to 1st. SS3 to 2d. $48 to sa, C2u to 4tn. James Stearns, b g Ticonic, Dan- bury. Conn 1 1 t 2 1 N. H. Hinckley, r m Queen Bay, New Haven S 1 1 8 George Falkner, br m Csletia, Bridge port 6 2 3 3 3 William Files, ch ra Jrnnie, New- Haven 2 4 4 4 4 A. Bourrett, b g Western Boy, New loriccity 4 o n a a H. Bumham g J?rank, Hew 5 disk Haven Time Quarter. Half. 3-Quarters. Mile 2:36 2:S74 2:89!4 2:41 2:374 First heat :40 l:l.V4 l:os4 Second heat..:41 l:lJ 1:59 Third heat.. ..40 1:1HS 1:57 8:01 1:S7 Fourth heat . . :40 1 :20 Fifth heat :40 1:17 2:28 class. In this race there were nine entries with but four starters, they being Westchester Girl, Nutwood, Kemble Maid and Frank W. In the pools before this heat in this race Westchester Girl was selling for $50 against Nutwood for $40 and the field for $15. In this heat Westchester Girl had it all her own way and finished an easv first with Nutwood second, but in the third heat Westchester Girl broke badly and came in third, while Nutwood finished first. In the third and fourth heats Westchester Girl had it all her own way, finishing first each time. SUHHARV. 8:28 Class Purse 8300. divided tloO to first. 875 to second, $50 to third, E2r to fourth". Charles Dlckerman, blk m, Westchester Girl. New York city 1 3 1 1 O. G. Camp, ch g. Nutwood, jr.,Water- bury 2 1 2 2 John Colyer, blk g. Frank M 3 2 4 3 L. M. Hurd. blk id, Kemble Maid, New York 4 4 S 4 Time. Quarter. Half. 1:18 1:17M 1:1054 3-Quarters. 1:38 1:51 l:503i l:57jl Mile. 2:35 2:33Hj 2:33 2:34 First heat :40 Second heat. . . ::-19 Third heat :39 Fourth heat...:40 1:17) The races to-day will be in the 2:45 and 2:33 classes, the races to be called sharply at 1 o clock. Summoned to Georgia. Deputy Marshal Lovejoy yesterday re ceived a subpoena from the clerk of the United States Circuit court for the northern district of Georgia, summoning Captain Wil liam Kaehrle, of this city, to appear before that court at Atlanta as a witness on the 18th day of October at 10 o'clock a. m.The. service was mads on Captain Kaehrle and he will respond , probably leaving to-day or to-morrow. The case is one in which a mail agent was arrested for robbing the mails and on hi3 person was found a letter sent by Captain Kaehrle to a party in New Orleans and in which was enclosed some article of value. The fees for a witness are ten cents a mile for travel and $1.50 per day for attendance. EIGHTH ANN ITEKSAR1 Of -Tf omanqutu Lodse, A. O. U. W. Momanqain lodge, A. O. U. W., cele brated their eighth anniversary in their hall in the Courier building last evening in a very interesting manner. The attendance was large and the occasion one of the most pleasant in the history of the lodge. Many ladies graced the occasion with their pres ence aud interest in the proceedings. The following programme was observed: Violin and piano duet Messrs. W. Haesche and W. Steinert. Address By M. W. G. A. Butler Duet Misses Thompson Cornet solo T. Peterson and H. Holton Bone so.'o, with harmonica accompaniment. .. Messrs. Augur and Schnedecker. Reading Miss Effle Lucas Piano duet W. Haesche and W. Steinert Cornet solo Theo. Peterson Baniocfil demonstrations C. H. Smith Violin solo Wm. Haesche Reading Miss Effie Lucas Cornet duet Peterson and Holton Duet Misses Thompson Pianoduet Haesche and Steinert Concluded with a laughable afterpiece. The officers of the lodge are: Geo. A. But ler, M. W.; Frank H. Clistfield, F.: Charle H. Smith, (J.; Charles jr. (Jtirtiss, receiver; Willis Curtiss, jr., financier; Willis L. Au gur, guide; Frank Grady, I. W.; John Hen nessy, O. W. m FAIR IMTG1. Dangerously 111 The Band Tourna ment In East Haven To-Day Fair Haven Will be Well Represented. Mr. George W. Chadeayne, of Prospect street, was most dangerously ill last night with inflammation of the bowels and his physicians did not know whether he would live the night out or not. Mr. Chadeayne was not taken ill nntil Monday. He is a member of Admiral Foote post No. 17, G. A. B. , and is a plumber by trade. The post furnished watchers last night. The horse railroad company ar- buying new horses. Some fifty extra animals will be required to operate the cars under the double track system. The switches were being taken np yesterday, necessitating the transfer of passengers. Mrs. N. P. H. Willis, of the Heights, killed a striped adder recently that she found crawling in h r flower garden. The reptile was sixteen inches long. Probably several hundred Fair Haven people will go to East Haven to-day if the weather is fine to take in the big band tour nament to be held in that ancient town. A good many will go down on the cars and some will go in their own teams. Lawyer S. W. F. Andrews will be the orator or tne day. A bis collation has been prepared for the three hundred odd musicians who will be on hand. Moa&s Glacking is digging a cellar on James street, Fair Haven. The work was temporarily snspended on account ot the ownerB refusal to discharge a number of men who are not union workmen. Miss Annie C. Tanner is visiting m Lowell, Mass. The New Haven Water company are lay ing a water main in Poplar street. Harry, son of Bev. P. S. li-vana ot tne Baptist church, who has been ill for a num ber of weeks, is able to go to his work in New York again. Joseph Merchant, of Kast Haven, nas sold his farm for $10,200, and he will hereafter live in his house on Grand avenue. The social of the Young Women's Tem perance union, which was unavoidably post poned last week, will be held this Thursday evening at tne residence oi miss rannie Bigelow, No. 9G Clinton avenue, from 7 to 10 o clock. Sin gin jr. Class. Prof. W. E. Chandler will give the first of a series of twenty-five lessons in vocal music in English Hall next Thursday evening. Last year's school was a great success and it will be continued this year in response to many requests. Prof. Chandler will begin with the rudiments and with attention and study the pupils will be able at the close of the lessons to read music. The course of twenty five lessons will cost $1.25. Have your furs been repaired ? Brooks & Co., Chapel corner of State, manufacturing hatters aud furriers. Dunlap's fall hats ready. If You Prefer a Pure Soap Use Obas. S. Hioaias' "German Laundry. f AN INTERESTING MEETING. New Haven West Conference in Chesh Ire Yesterday. The annual meeting of the New Haven West conference was held yesterday at the Congregational church in Cheshire. Deacon T. P. Merwin was chosen moderator, Eev. H. W. Hunt scribe. Among the clergymen present were Bev. Messrs. Twitchell, Me Lane, Todd, Marvin, Meserve, Mutch, Bray, Hunt, "Vittum, Stevens, Miller, Higgins, Squires and Merwin, and Layman Delegates George Sherman, John G. North, A. H. Smith, I. B. Baldwin, F. C. Lum, S. Y. Mc Dermott, E. Higby, Elias Dickerman, L. P. Peet, N. G. Galbraith, Deacon Payne, A. A. Townsend, F. B. Clemmens, I. Prudden, Charles A. Clark, E. Bartlett, William Baldwin, E. E. Thomas and J. S. Ailing. Eeports were heard from the churches dur ing the forenoon. The sermon was by Eev. George B. Stevens, of Yale college, at 12 o'clock. From 1 to 2 o'clock the well pro vided feast was enjoyed by the delegates. At 2 o'clock a prayer meeting led bv the Eev. W. G. Mutch was held. At 2:30 the discussion of the "Cause and Cure of Inert ness in Our Churches" was opened by N. J. Squires and the Eev. I. C. Meserve, followed by several others. Great interest was mani fested in all the proceedings. On motion of Eev. Dr. Todd a committee consisting of Eev. Messrs. S. P. Marvin, J. E. Twitchell and John G. North were appointed to draft resolutions concerning the life and death of Bev. Austin Putnam, upon whose report the following was unanimously ac cepted: Whereas. The Providence of God has calle.1 from one of our number during the past year our brother Rev. Austin Putnam, pastor of the Whitneyville church for forty-eight years, being the longest pas torate in the State and with one or two exceptions the longest pastorate in our whole countrv, we de sire as a conference to put on record our hieh es teem of him as a member of this body, and to ex press our high appreciation of his fraternal kind i ess ana a aevotea ana successful laborer in the Master's vineyard, who rightly divided the wora ot truth, giving to each a nor tion in due season, a workman that need. eth not to bs ashamed. We would appreciate his fraternal Kinaness, his unselfish life. nis simplicity oi character, his affectionate reerard for his brethr n in the mimstrv and ail who love the Lord Jesus Christ, all of which endears his memory to us an. The following committees were appointed: On fellowship, Eev. N. M. Calhoun of Mil ford: on standing committee, Eav. E. M, Vittum of Guilford, Eev. W. J. Mutch and Hugh Galbraith of New Haven; to the gene ral conference for membership of the Mis sionary society of Connecticut, Eev. Dr. lwitchell; for registrar, Eev. H. W. Hunt. A long list of delegates were arinointed for tne general conference. A LIVELY BLAZE. Los or From $7,1)00 to $10,000 lnsnred. a tinner's stove, carelessly placed near a bin of waste paper, caused a lively blaze at J. C. Hubinger & Co.'s elastic starch factory on Long Wharf, near Water street, yesterday morning. A big crowd of people gathered. There was a delay in turning in the alarm and the fire had made its way into the npper stories before the engines arrived, the shutes in which the material used is conveyed from story to story making the spreading of the fire very rapid. By hard work the fire was soon got nnder control, but not before the third story and roof were entirely destroyed. The second floor is not beyond repair. On the top floor between forty and fifty thou sand pounds of manufactured stock were stored, which will be partly saved. The company have been running night and day and are behind their orders. The company's loss is estimated at from $6,000 to $9,000. North & Son have an insurance of $6,000, divided eqnally between the -"Etna and North America on stock and machinery, while there an insurance of S3.0U0 on stock nlaeed with A. E. Dudley & Son. The latter was held by the Citizens' of New York and Clin ton of New York, $1,500 in each company. The loss will be paid at once. The damage to bnilding has not been definitely fixed, but probably will not exceed $1,000. List of Letters I Remaining in the New Haven postoffiee. New Ha ven county. State of Connecticut, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1836: LADIES' LIST. Mrs. Emma J. Blakesle?, Miss Julia B. Bris lin. M Mrs. James Dooley (2), Mrs. W. T. Duncan. r anss Jennie r arreDU. HI. Mary Reilly Mulligan. Mi-s Mary Mulvey. Mrs. M. M. Patmele, Miss Blandina Putnam. It Miss Ellen Rogers. Miss Sara D. Turoev. W Mrs. Stephen Wells, Mrs. A. M. Willonghby. GENTLEMEN'S LIST. -Robert Aninfirer. -Captaiu George H. Burr, Joseph Borehii, John rjrouere. Anson isrown. tienrv r. 15urrouUS. Will am Harry DufBeld. E J. W. Kdwards. f I U. Hoagland. Warren Hooker. Sj Mark Lewis. l-C. II. Sloore. C. J. Mills. it Angus T. Raymojid. .Nelson w. smith, K. P. Btow & Co., A. Swan son. -L. W. Trowbridge. ITALIAN LETTERS. G Salvatore Guilioao. L Nicola Lucia. Mininteo Pinto Luerigo. Il Giiiseppe Liolto Merigo. R Guiseppe Rico. T Pietropa-'io Terri. Ask for "'advertised letters" and mention date of USl.j BENJAMIN R. ENGLISH. Postmaster NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO. Dslly for New York-Fare SI, Includ ing berth Excursion Tickets fl.50. Stftamer C. II. NORTHAM.Capt. F.J. Peck, leave New Haven 12 o'elock p.m., Sunday excepted. State rooms sold at Peck & Bishop's, and at Klock'sDrug Store. Steamer CONTINENTAL, Captain Stevens. leaves Jsew rtaveu at lo:ia a. m. sundavs excepted From New York The C. H. NORTilAM leaves Peck Slip at 9 p. in., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 p. m.. suuoays excepte . saturaay la o clocs mid night. Sunday Boat for N.York Steamer NEW HAVEN at 10:30 p. m. Staterooms sold at the Elliott House. re stage from ins. tfmiding a" 9 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage chocked thro to Philadelphia ivia uvui rouiesj, Baltimore an' wasnuurton. JAMES H. WARD, Agent. Star-ill's Sew Haven Transporta tion Line. Every Iay Exeept Saturday. Leave New Haven, from Starin's Dock, at 10:15 o'clock p. m. " The JOU.'s 11. HI AKIN, captain McAlister. everv Sun day. Tuesday and Thursday. The EKASTUS COKN1NG. Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Returning, leave New York, from Pier 18, foot of Courtland street, at 0 p. m. the Starin every onday. Wednesday aud Fr:day, ine uorniDi; pverjr ouuuav. i uesuay ana I nursuay. The only Sunday night boat from New York. Fare, with berth in cabin, SI; stateroom $1. Ex cursion ticket 91.50. Fr- e Stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hart ford train, and from corner Church and Chape streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock p. m. Tickets and Staterooms can be purchased of the Downes News Co., 860 Chapel street. Peck & Bishop 702 Chapol street, and at the Tontine Htel. C M. CONKLIN, Agent, jylS New Haven, Conn. PASSAUE RATES REDUCED ANCHOR LINE. Steamers every Saturday from New York to GLASGOW AND LON 1 ONDERRY. Rales of Passage to or from New York, Glasgow, Liverpool, Ion- CABINS, $45 and $55. SECOND-CLASS, $30. Atlantic Express Service. LIVERPOOL via QIIIiKNSIOWN. S. S. "CITY OF UOIUE" from New York Wednesday, October 13. Saloon passage $50 upwards. Second clnss $30. Steerage outward or prepaid, either service $20. For Books of Tours, Ticliets or other information apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, New York or BUNNELL & SCltANTON, 732 Chapel street, or G. M. DOWNES & SON, 331 Chapel street. New Haven. my20 6m ALLAN ROYAL Mil STEAMSHIPS. rfjjKS? Royal Slail .Steamships sail regularly fZsi.jgiSrbetrefeen Quebec and Liverpool, calline at LouiJontlerrViand from Glasgow to Boston direct. via Londonderry and Gal way. Cabin, Intermediate and Steerage at low rates. Accommodations un surpassed. Prepaids issued from all parts of Great Britain and Ireland, f or further information Hp ply to II. & A. Ai-LAN.Apents. Portland, and State street, Boston; or to W. FITZPATKK.-K, 66 Grand St.: 8UNXKiL SCRAN TON, TQ and 73 Chapel street. myl3eod5m Konal Line of Steamships, BETWf.KN NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, QUEENb TOWN AN1 LONDON DIKECET. Sailing veeitly frorti ier 3$, North River We YGrk, are .fimoni; the taxgent steamships crossing the Atlantic. C-tcia rates, $50 to 8100; Excursion at special rates; outw&rd steerage $17, and pre paid steor&gn tickets $!&. "Being $2 lower that most other linrts.' New steamship America's Are trip to New sforlc 3 days, 15 hours and 41 minute? F. W. J. BURST, Manager. Agents at New Haven, BUNNELL & SORANTON W. FITZPATKICK, A. MCALI6TEB, GEORGt M. OOWNRS X son, t:. POWNFS. all i$Xisc c Il&ii cons. A FBiEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the prreat natural Bone Setter. Haa been ssed for more than fifty years and is the best kiiown remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralfria, Sprains, Braises. Burns, Cuts, Wounds, and all external in Utries. DODD'S NERVINE AND INVIGORATOR. 8tandard and reliable, and never falls to comfor he aged and help everybody who uses it. SOLD FT AM. DRDQGI8T8 TRY IT. PEiHYiiML PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." The Orijci nal and OnJy Genuine. fiafc sn3 ftVwftya lleliaMf1. Beware or wrthlMaa Imitations. In-iisrH-nsfchle to LADIES. Auk your DraEslimt tor :'hlhetr,) Enellfth" nd take do other, or fucloae to. (Rtampi) to iia mr i-irticularB In letter by Fttsai'M NAftrifc PAPfc-f CMehestw Obemlcal Csw S Madison eniiuu-, PklUd Pa. At Brvnf Bta. N. B. States Tra4 nnlM Htmm Cb MbACs,BstsssllMTr . 5fi FOOTE STREET. WASTED. A COMPETENT COOK; reference required. An English or Irish Protectant preferred Ap ply at the Industrial Association, ' Q1- u 41 ELM STREET. WASITKB, A SITUATION by an Americm woman ss work- 4 ft. ing uouseKeeper in a soihii famiiv : cnahle of taking entire charge. Acdress H. B., This Omce. UH JIT WAiVTEO, "1 wRESSMAKER of 25 years' experience desires a JJ" position in a dressmaker's establishment or private family, and willing to do other light housework. AUURSK) IS o!4 3t 137 EXCHANGE STREET. WASTED. A SITUATION as coachman and plain gardning; thorouirhlv understand hi. husines.- wtlllno. and obliirin; ttricrly temperate; wife to do general housework: good reference; city or countrv. In quire up stairs at 014 st 196 ST. JOHN STREET. WASTED, SMART, active youth, IB or 18 years old. Must be a erood Penman and ivkcms a bnn.1. A edge of bookkeeping. Address in handwriting. siaiin wages, io o. M. L. "iai This Office. WASTED. BY a New York jolihing house in teas, coffees, molssses and syrups a first class salesman for Southern New England. Must have experience. nest or reference requirea. Liberal terms given. Address TEAS, This Office. oiaat WASTED. AN experienced girl to do general housework. Reference required. Inquire at 31BCKOWN STREET. WASTED. AGENTS for a set (4) New Christmas Books sell ids from 50c to SS3 first week, earning $S: another S69. From $100 to ?a00 can be made before Christmas bv anv one woo can give a few hours time each day. Address .... UASstLL S CO. fLimited), Ol2eod3t B-g Broadway. N. Y. WASTED. LADY AGENTS actually elf ar $20 daily with my wondetful entirely new patent rubber under garment for females. A minister's wife sold 13 first hour. MRS. Z. W. LITTLE. oc4 lOtt Box 443, Chicago. 111. WASTED. AN intelligent, earnest man to represent in hia own locality, a larere responsible house. A re munerative salary to right party-. Steady position. References exchanged. " AM. MANUFACTURING HOUSE, sg 16 Barclay St.. N. Y. WASTED, A( CCf Clothes Wringers and Carpet r1? V 'V'V Sweepers to repair at the Bas ket Sto e of Georsre O. Lamb, the wringer man, 699 cliape! street. Furniture, Oil Cloths, Ice Boxes, Refrigerators. Children's Carriages and House Fur nishing Goods in large varietv, all firvVclass goods. Low for cash or on weekly payments. Orders by mail promptly attended to in any part of the city fe'-rotf WASTED. "1 (f GROSS Claret Bottles quarts. -S V7 HALL'S, fel5 77H Cnapel Street. SSiiteriattminxts. OAKLL'ti OPERA HOUSE. FHID1Y and SATURDAY, Oct. IS, 16- The Distinguished Favorite Comedienne, ANNIE PIXLEY, Assisted ly a superior Comedy Company. FRIDAY AN, ( Present!JO Hek SATURDAY MATINEE ( Brilliant Success, THE DEACON'S DAUGHTER. By A. C. Gunter, in tour acts, replete with novel musicr, sparkling medleys and handsome cos tumes: also the celebrated Wash Tub Song. SATCRUASt ( The Ever Popular NIGHT. f CHILD OF THE SIERRAS, M'LISS.rz: Full of Fun and Humorous Incidents. Introaueinsr the Latest Sons and Medleys. Seats now on sale at Looniis'. Admission -c ?nd 50c. Reserved, 50. 75c and 81. : CARLL'S OPERA HOUSE. TWO SIO UTS OSLY. . OCTOBER 18 AND 19. MISS GENEVIEVE WARD MR. W. h!TEIIN0X, Supported by their own excellent company. MONDAY. OCTOBER 18, FORGET-ME-NOT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, THE QUEEN'S FAVORITE. A Bri'liant Comedy in 4 Acts, by Sidney Grundy. Seats uow on sale at Loomis Admission 25 and 50 cents. Reserved seats 75c and Si. BUNNELL'S GRAND GPR HOUSE AND MUSSUM. Commencing- Monday, Oct. 11. MATiXEE AND EVENING. Geo. H. Aiisai Conwy IX THE MISSIXG LINK TIIU ORANG OUT A NO. IN U Shl irl HALL. Broncho .John and his wonderful Trained Bear, the Albino Sisters and the Theater in 31 i ma ture, a mechanical marvel. .ilVCIXl. Ulisi GHVs Academy of Dancing Reopens Oct. lr-t, No. 45 Hoadley Building, 45 t'lmrrh Strepf. nd for circular. p3l 1m iscsllaiieoiis. COMPANY, OKAKGE STREET. 52 FULL LIVES OF American Hoi lauds, " Opaques, Transparents, Stop Rollers, Balance Rollers. Fringes, Pulls, ALL AT VERY BOTTOM PRICES We wish to call attention to our unusually largo stock of DRAPERY CURTAINS. New and liasdsome patterns in. Call and examine. constantly coining Fine X('wClit'i:ilcTal)lc Spreads Jut Received. Silks, Frinses, Upholstery Goods and Trimming. Smyrna Rugs, Carpet Sweepers, Sec, Ac. LACE CURTAINS Laimdricd. astsba ciEta tMt:.titlv re'tevrKlne. mot ita-hi attack, st inMiirv cumrort nM f I ht. Used by: inhalation, thus reac bin tr;" disease direct. relflX-l ges tne spasm, facilitatr-s tree jTI 3 B Q ; SeapectoratHm, ard KFFEIT- V r SaU gwheif IlotbrreilIinrri. Atrial rominrMtlitBMt kfitlr;il of Its IraaMlMtr.aiwr-t am, ncwwiimgwo-i. SPrfeonOe. and t.'0; of di-tsi-l-M rlyr n-au- T irialj e tree Tor ptarrm. vr. u. n mr r w t,-- 7 i r ALL Gmm BUTTER. Approved methods with the best appli ances have brought batter making to almost perfec!iuu at the Creamery, where it is made EVERY DAY. I-. G H K MING WAY & SON, 1,098 CHAPEL STEEET. 014 ltt NEW HAVEN Winflow We