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NEW II A YEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER WEDNESDAY. J VIY J. 1894.
COl'MT IIKVOKD In parlor Court-Criminal gMa Judg Bob. ' ' Inaon. Tb July trm or tMa court curae lu restordtty itf tornoon, with Jutl Bil A. Robluaon of Mldaietown on tbtt beucb. .. tle term u opened wit U orarer by IUt. Dr. Twltcliull of the Dwlgbt rince cburob, tiller whic h tbo prUoniT were put to plea, and thaw lio nlendcil guilty were neiituaccd a allows: ' Patrick Zelglor.agPd eveuU'oii.pleuJ d guilty to burglarising Henry Zelftli'r' burroom ou Lafayutto atret't May 2 slid win aentenci'd to out year lu Jail. JoKpph Buott pleaded not guilty to tbe I'bnrgtt of breaking tbo window of t, E. Bishop's home, at North Hnveu, tnd aiinaultlng tbe owner May 4, and bit trial wan cot for to-morrow inoriilnj;. Allen Ituaaol and Stephen (illlla of Derby, who were neeuaetl of liaving toininlttcd perjury in tbo civil milt of John Hurley HKaluiit the Derby board If health, pleaded not guilty and will bo tried next Tuemluy. , Jehu lilrmltiKhaiu of Fair Haven; jeventven ytiara old, pleaded guilty, to ourlary, and ou aocoiiut of Ida age was leiitenceu to two yeurs In jail. Royal C'batllebl and Edward H. Washington of Oxford pleaded not guilty to the eliiirges of overdriving and. killing F. K. Beam' home, and their trial wan net down for next Monday. Bnrau Wearer of this elty pleaded not gidlty to the charge of atoaling ttti from the person of a roomer at one of the hotels of tbe city, and will be tried Bntiiruiiy. James Sullivan of Boston pleaded guilty of a burglary at Merideu, and Killed that the (Time was lu .reality committed by one James Callahan, who was releused by the Menden authorities. Judge Robinson decided to investigate Vie ease and withheld sentence. Morris Atwood of Seymour pleaded yuilty to. the charge of arson uud wus lenteucea to seven years in state prison, He set fire to a. barn in Seymour June 28. State Attorney Doolittle uolled the oases against Nelson Dillon and Robert Walker, accused of aiding and abetting the prize tight in tbe Insurance build' km in May. ou condition that thev re port to the police once a mouth until Uctopcr. Oscar Pumpsou and Harry O'Donnell the two would be-traln-wreckers, whose nefarious attempt to wreck' a train on the Northampton division of the Con. lolidated road, pleaded not guilty and will be tried Monday. Both were will ing to llead guilty if a light sentence was imposed but the state attorney wotua- agree to nothing short or the maximum -penalty, thirty years, and pleas Of not "guilty were entered. Cliarles E. White of this city aqd Mel fina Lawler of Vfotcrbury' pleaded hot "guilty to 'the "charge of adultery and' will be tried next Tuesday. Frank Hauser, charged with horse Jtoaliitg pjeoded not guilty and will be tried' later In the term. He was not put to plert oh the additional charge of lor gery; Hauser Is .the man who stole a horse from Liveryman Galway of this ijlty'and attempted tq , sell it iu Orange and lso .passed a "(forged check for 45 do Proprietor - Buell of the Arlington hotel. v George W.Haydenof Hamden pleaded not guilty to a burglary there and will b6' tried' next Friday.' ' Charles O.'Donnell of this city pleaded not guily?to a charge of, theft and will be tried.t-inorrow. George Taylor, jyaterbury, burglary; guilty, -on yekr iu'jaili ' Mauro RiciirdcUa, assault upon fe male,, two conn tspiiot guilty. V. Burton Slortne ond John Birmingham, New Haven, -burglary; Sloane guilty, Birmingham not guilty. - John. .-Birmingham.- burglary; not BU'ity-: jpurton ' Sloane, burglary; guilty. -Charles S. Farren, burglary; guilty one year in jail. . . Sloane was sentenced to jail for one rear on each charge. Charles S. ITarren. burglary; euiltv. one' year in jail, Frank jPirot, burglary; nonths in jail. guilty, six The court then adjourned until 10 'clock to-morrow morning when a 'fury will be empanelled. A grand kiry has..bjeeJi.sniumoued iu for next f uesday. !lty Court Criminal Side Judge Cable. " John Schmidt keeping house of Ill feme, nolle; Minnie Campbell or Hall, residing in. house of ill-fame, nolle; Llz fiei Nelson or fperry, residing in' house f. ill-fame, nolle Thomas Starbis. reach of thepeace,continued until Aug. 10; Patrick O'Connor, drunk, judgment luspended; resisting Officer Roche, f 5 Ine, $5.43 cdsts; Elizabeth M. Mitchell Mid Mary E. Potter, malicious injury to lemetery propbrty, judgment suspend )d; JameB V banning, breach of the eace, & (Ine; 7.p2ots; James Dono iue, druhk? i8 flne$5.'2 costs; taking torse withpiHVpermission, nolle; Esaras Sergstre "drunk, continued until July ,1; James IJurtiert, drunk, breach of the 'jjeace, continued until July 5; Oliver nosenquesT, arunK, Dreaoa of the peace, Wntinued pntil July 5. . , ; . .-r " Court Notest..;',. . Ex- Judge D wight Lbomis; the referee n the Pratt divorce ease, mvf filed his .wporj otij Olerk. InteR; o i the lupprior eourt v The report sealed, ind wiU he opened by .Judge JRrentice it the special, session, of the superior tourt neft Monday. ' - ' In the common-pleas court yesterday trial-Of itb. ihiit f Josephine M. Plumb against Amelia Klinzman to re cover 300 for services rendered in set tling up an insurance policy;.' The' uase if st!U,gfi. itraj;s: , ; . virl;. '. . '; , , ." ' TJhe Helpless. Babes." . , Bo the Editor of the Journal awd Covribr: The Connecticut. Humane society are! asked" to teker'pottoe of a woman -with tt baBy'.pi'a" wrjagoand another child about four years of age accompanying, going about the streets evening at a late hour, the woman ostensibly sing ing to the accompaniment of a musical lnsumehCbt;fSly begging."" Nopb-' lection should bnade to- the occurpa-1 lipn' f Se woman .jas Iong ,aashe. is! wlthlij "bounds but certalnRr." charity! lemands 'that. these dnfihts -rtth. her ins m meir Deqs bi least Dy nine -O'clock! iM'fbt";"r- -j- " s. j OFF TO ARCTIC SHORES, OR. COOK'M, COLLKaiATK KXl'LIH. rio.tnKAurruH.iii. Will Laava Mow York Thuraday bj steam- r Miranda The Mat at Kxplorcra. The party of student and tclentlitt who are to spend the summer In Green land under the direction of Dr. Freder Ick A. Cook will leave New York on Thursday of this week. The steamer Algerlne, which was to have been char tered for the journey, was held at St. Johns on account of a law suit, and Dr, Cook has made arrangements to subsll tute for her the steamer Miranda of the Red Cross line. The Miranda is admir ably adapted to Arctic service, having had many a tussle with Ice floes off Newfoundland. She Is a large steamer, about 188 reet in length-, wttn a gross tonnage of 1,100 and a speed of .thirteen knots. She has accomodations for about sixty passengers, is roomy and well equipped throughout, and her cosy ladles' cabin will be appreciated by the three or four ladles who are expected to be of the party. The Miranda has been In southern waters and was delayed at Greytown for several days. She did not leave Kingston, Jamaica, until June 20, and consequently could not reach New York as early as Dr. Cook had hoped. If the orglnal plan of the cruise is carried out without other delays there will yet be sufficient time to accomplish the va rlous objects of the expedition and re' turn before the first of October. The" news that fijorllng and Kalste' nius, the Swedish explorers who left Newfoundland In 1892 and wore cast away on tne aesoiate snores wesi oi Baffin bay, have left for Labrador In an open boat, may change Dr. Cook's plans to some extent. " He was Intend ing to spend several days In a search for these men, who were supposed to be living with the Eskimos or Kllesmere Land awaiting rescue. If the report of their safety prove true it will mean a saving of valuable time to the present expedition. It Is expected that about fifty persons will sail on the Miranda on Thursday, including a party of Eskimos who rep resented their race at the world's fair, and are now to be carried back to their homes in Labrador. The steamer will proceed from New York to Sydney, Cape Breton island, where she will re ceive coal. Thence she will go to Rig- oulette.Labrador, and from there across to Greenland. The list of members of the expedition is as follows: Commander Frederick A. Cook, M. D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Yale university William H.-Brewer, professor of agriculture in Sheffield Sci entific school; ArP. Rogers, editor. of the Yale Record. H. W. Dunning, A. G. Brown, P. Evans, R. de P. Tytus, A. R. Thompson, C- P. Llnea weaver, J. I. Llneaweaver. ' " Har.vard university Maynard Ladd, editor of the Harvard Crimson, W. B. Wolff e, H.-Cleveland-jr. - Oberlin college G. Frederlok Wright, professor of harmony of science with revelation; Frederick Wright, Samuel Orth, botanist; B. F. Staunton, as sistant naturalist, Phillips academy, Andover -Professor A. A. Freemaiv Professor G. W. W. Dove. University of Pennsylvania 'Profes sor Charles E. Hite. . Kansas State university L,L. Dyche, professor of zoology. ; ' . 'r Others in the party were: . Professor B. C. Jilson. M. D superintendent ' of public instruction, Pittsburg, Pa. ; Rob ert ti. Perry, Philllpston, Mass. ;George w. Gardinen ex-mayor of Cleveland, Ohio; Walter S. Root, Cleveland, Ohio; Jules 1?: Valle, M: D., consulting physi cian, city hospital, St: Louts, Mo.;Ash ley, C. Clover, ex-prosecuting attorney, St. Louis, Mo,; WHHs A. Reeye, D. D. S., Patchogue,; L I.; S. G. Tenny,' at torney, Williamstown, Mass.; Benja min Hoppin and A. H. Sutherland, Bad- deck, C. B.; E. A. Mcllhenny ornitholo gist, Louisiana; Charles K. Reed, taxi dermist, "Worcester,' "Mass.;." Howard Bucknell, George M. Coates and G. H. Perkins of Philadelphia; Henry C. Walsh, corespondent for Outing Maga zine; Elias P. Lyon, professor of sci ence, Harvard school, Chicago; Cora E. Lewis, superintendent of Belle Plain school, Chicago; Clement L. Reamer, Coshocton, Ohio; James D. Dewell, New Haven ; H. H. Armstrong, Newbursr. N. Russell W. Porter, surveyor, Boston; Mr. Kirstlng, photographer; William Bryce jr., R. H. Cramer, M. D and R. O. Stebblns, D. D. S.,.of New York, THEin FIFTH AXSVAL IWGATTA. To be Held at Lake Whitney by the Malley, eely Co. Athletlo Association. - The fifth annual regatta of the Mal ley, Keely & Co. Athletio association will take place at Lake Whitney next Friday. The rendezvous for members will be on the grounds of Mrs. Richard Reading's, "Lakeside," east shore, ad jacent to the first bridge. All' races will be held'with a" l'ufnstart and finish at the bridge. Thore will be music by Me'aney's orchestra," The d-pi6sipn'to "Lakeside" will by tioket ohiy. Following istheprggram of theeventei 3:00 p. m., junior single soulls George Steinberg, M. B. Keijny,'- P. Flynn, Theodore Davidson." : . V ; ' - 3:80 p. m., the firm's challenge cup Alexander McKean, . bow; Thomas Ba ker, stroke. TV, Lynch, bow; W. H. Weaver, stroke. R. s Mltohell, bow; William Weloh, stroke. . t . 4 p.'M., junior double swills P. Flynn, bow; George Sternberg, stroke; John Flannigan, bow;' William Garvey, stroke. ' - Senior single sonll, . ladies' -presentation eupIhomos Baker; Wi H.Wcayfcr, E. A. Fdncher. ' 100 yards dash, open tp ail employes; cash girls'-race, 50 yards; "old" sports, 100 yards handicap, according to weight; bicycle race; running long jump, and potato race. . r - -j . here will be an iiramlnation ot the grounds hi the evening . and danoing. c uuunuig are me ameers oi tne assocl tion: Presidejbtv.ymunn Neejy; vice president, WUUiani Ross cfrntain. E. P. Shaw; treasurer, John C. Bradley, jr.; secretary, Thomas RILyBohsi reception committee, T; J..Mcr$fl,Max Strauss, W. P. Lincoln, J. W. Blake, J. Downes, J.. Young; starter and" .todge aft finish, I William 8.- Hacjcettt referee, W. T.' Willoughby. i, '4 . .'. ': . BOTTLED IT AT SAUDA 1O.V. JV. n.MfKIIH V, A UtKHMA ,V.OH' ASU OTH KM SK H HA VKtiKMM. Tbo Mtrlben Hulil the Tmln on Whlvh Thoy Wore Upturning Hom No !! Wlirn tlie Ntrlker Will CondowenU to l t tho Train I'rarevil. Tbe following dieputch wns rwflved from our towiimmi, Alderman Joint W, Lowe, yenterilaj i HiilUht, Col., July 2. Tbo Republican league, tmln wiu held up near Cripple Creek this muruing by untied miller. They took the lli-enuin, engineer and other tmln iiieu from thu cam. Seven trains are now stalled here. , Iu the l'ulluiuu cur l'ueblo, which Is attached to the Republican train, are the delegate from New Haven, In this party are the Hou. N. D, Hperry, Aldcrumu J.W. Lowe and wife, K, L. Lludnley and wife, O, Vincent Coffin and several other. The New II livelier are all well and uro enduring their discomfort with the best grace pnpsihle. Thus fur it hux been possible to get ull the fund necessary, but H tuny not Im much longer. The sit Million here Is very exciting. but not iu tho least dangerous so far as can be suspected. The reports sent mil that an eutrlneer ami llreimiu bud been lynched in this city Is unfounded so fur us known here. About u dozen strikers have been nr listed on the charge of Interfering with tne movement of trains. ... There wus a noisy demonstration lust night, but no serious trouble occurred Two strikers mid two deputies got into a light in which tho strikers were worsted. No telling when we can get out of uere. Mlniuiiulns; a Child. Not long ago a child was brought to me for baptism, and when I asked the father for the desired name, he replied that it was Hathsheba, writes the Rev, T. De Witt Talmage. D. D., in "When Things are Against Us" in the July La aies nome journal. Now, why any parent should wish to- give to a child the name of that Infamous creature Of scripture times, passes beyond my un derstanding. I have often felt at the baptismal altar, when names were an nounced to me, like saying, as did the Rev. Dr. Richards, of Morristown, New Jersey, when a child was presented Mm for sprinkling and the name aiven Hadn't you better call it something else? There is no excuse for any as sault and battery on the cradle when our language is opulent with names musical in sound and suggestive in meaning, such an John, meaning "the gracious gift of God;" or Henry, mean, lng "the chief of a household;" or A! irea, meaning good counsellor;' or Joshua, meaning "God our salvation or Nicholas, meaning "victory of the people;" or Ambrose, meaning "immor tal; or Andrew meaning ".manly; or Esther, meaning "a star;" or Abigail, meaning "my father's joy;" or Anna, meaning "grace;" or Victoria, meaning victory;" or Rosalie, meaning "beautl ful as a. rose;" or Margaret, meaning "a pearl;"-Or Ida, meaning "God-like or uiara, meaning . illustrious, ' or Amelia, meaning "busy;" or Bertha meaning "beautiful;" and hundreds of other names.', just as good that are a help rather than a hindrance. The New Haven lry Goods League. Friday being the flrpt Friday In Ju ly, 'the large stOresilclose iri the af ternoon. , and tho first, ball game of the Dry Goods clerks ojt this city will be played at the New Haven grounds, Savin Rock, the clubs being Ewen Mc Intyre's and F. M. Brown & Co.'a.. ' Every Friday afternoon during Juiy and August the Dry Goods league will meet either lobal or out of town teams. The batteries for the game Friday will be for Mclntyre & Co., Charles Smith and James. Mooney, and" for F. M. Brown & Co., Thomas Madden and Thomas Farley. Mclntyfe's club has held the cham pionship for six years, and'-the other clubs are going to work hard for the trophy which is up for the winning team, a handsome silver cup. , F. M. Brown & Co.'s clerks will play the railroad clerks at the New Haven grounds, Savin Rock, the Fourth of July. The Death of lie v. Dr. Bottom e. The Rev. Francis Bottome, M. D., of the New York M. E. conference, whose death by accident in England was an nounced in our telegraphic columns yesterday, was, it is stated, while riding at Callington, near Tavistock, England, Friday evening, thrown from his hohe and his skull was fractured. He died from this injury. Dr. Bottome had only reached England Wednesday: His son was traveling with him. His wife is in America. '. ' - - Dr. Bottome was very well known in Derby and had a host of friends thefe. For the relief of pain and the cure of disease there is no remedy which for quick and effective action can compare with -cea TRADf MARK. I "-'",T:' V- ' - " ' ' . ,' the newly discovered Cur ative Lubricant. It is well nieh universal in its use, working wonders "in erysip elas, eczema, bruises, 1urns, stings, rheumatism, catarrh J ulcers, earache, every ipain that an external remedy can reach. . . .; .: ' ft Met, per baa.. I)niegit3 or by pull. ' BnurOBara Oo- art Canal St.: 1J York r9 2aiva lie was jHMtnr of the Methodist church there In J MAT and IHAft, and during his pootorato there, tfie of the gruatet re vivals the church ever knew wns held Hlnee tawing this charge, ho has fre quently returned to preuelt, uud bit lust vUlt lit Derby wit ut the burial of J, W, Outturn daughter, a few weeks ago. The friend of the deceased were very much shocked to hear the ud uew. ITttuitictal. Although Trading Was Held Down There Wat a firm I'udenunn All Day. New York, July 3. Only 80,378 shares of stock and (502,000 In bonds changed hands during the day' session of the market. Many brokers were out of town for tho holiday and this, coupled with the Intense heat, held the trading down. There was a llrm undertone throughout the day. London purchased about 10,000 shares of various stocks at the opening. The foreigners are .surprised at the way In which the market holds up. In view of the big strike in the west and turned up moderately bulllnh this morning In American securities us it result. Even tne bankrupts met with better sup port. A reported agreement between the receivers and the representatives of the general mortgages stiffened Reading securities, while the efforts of the Union Pacific receivers to get rid of unprofitable branches had a strength ening effect on this stock. The higher priced railway Issues af ter a firm opening receded H to per cent., but later recovered the early decline and closed linn. St. Paul, however, which wns the most active railway issue, figured for loss than 7,000 shares. Pullman Palace Car rose Vi to 158. declined to ljT'j and closed at 157. the day's sales amounting to only 300 shares.. Among the specialties Minneapolis and St. Louis preferred declined a trifle. In the Industrials Sugar ad vanced to 101, ran off to rose again to 100 and closed at WM, against 100 at the close yesterday. Brokers usually acting for insiders in Sugar bought when it dropped below par. Railway and miscellaneous bonds were firm. Sales were $502,000. Following are the dosing pnees, re ported by Prince & Whltely, bankers and brokers, 46' Broadway, New York, and 15 Center street. New Haven: .Bid. akal Amtrioan oocuid uu a7 70 1U0X 9i 49 117 1U xiii wa imM 49 m 104,4 T0 ?Vs WH Uu C7-. 8S 8'4 i'H 18 lClhi m I Oh 1S9 16 ,v 684 44 S.I 17 am. Cotton Oil pfd. American Sugsr KeflnUK xiu. 8. U. Co. pfd. Atchison, Topeka i tianta F... anaaa soutnern. Iratral of New Jeraer heupeake A Ohio Voting Cert. a. o. pro,, bfcgo ft Northwestertt 104V bicsto,BurltDgton AQulnox.... 'idH blcaco Ga 'U 'nfcaco. MUwaukea A HL Paul.. BUM 0.. M. ft fit. P.. nfd 118 Oaleaeo, Bock Inland ft Facino. . . 67M! wDicaKO.Bur.. M. umanaw... 3 Cleveland, C.. G. ft Bt. L , H6 joluntnua. Hocking Valley ft Tol. KM Oonsolidated Hag..... !2Ta ieiawareft Sudaon Canal 1 u oeiaware. Lack, ft West Ill ft B. G. pfd,..."T; S6!4 Olstllierjr ft CattleKeediig i'neral Kleotrlo Od.' :ism (lllnoii jeauaft2 ... B'J, i aie snora ft-nioaikan BouUftrn . H'3!4 .mil Erli WmkNi iAU U B, ft W. Dfd.. uu Coau)TillftNuoHI,,irr, 4i6 LouUTllla ft New AlSanv.... iM LoulSTiiio ft, Xe JUbany Ufa... 31 Ucledeai,..,.S; tj 16 alsaoun. Kanau 4 Teiaa a.,K.T.lfl....i... 10 tfanhatua Kletated 114 Mlnonrl Paolno..,v, &. Sfli aw Murmm newflaTeDT....,.. ivo 1W Saw fork ft SewKnfrlancTatOo of Sew fork Central Huubob..,., 064 n. ..4JJcaftoBt; Louie , ie Tori. Lake Rrli A Waiuli. 14 14W Newjforli.fc.t4.Wwt .T.. kb IV new lora.uoiano'x western.',,, ISM . C W,jn . , r.. , , (. .rth American... 3 tl Voi'Ukeni Pacific v.. M.P. fitd........i. :.: 14 It 87 Wi 14 1H U.g.coraage Co. ik... U. 8,CordejOo, pfd .. 'IIUMIilMUUV tt4aat4M National Lead Co.,pra. ,......,. 'acUc Mall Bteamanip. Peoria, Decatur ft KrasstMe . X . . SO b5 1'oH a 8H Jhlladerrhl4 ft KRadlm VotlnaOf. ' PuilmAn Palace Car Co.. l7t iicomondft Weatfoint ferCtt... Iini pnlnuwCnil A Iron..; iw It Tennesn Coal and Iron pfd.'...., S6 10 exaaraoino . s Vol. Ann Arbor ft Mich..,.,.- IsipnPacitto , liM ,'nloa Pacific, Denver ft Quit..... 8 !Vbasn ,J -Vabalhpfd t is 0 4 an 14 84 yeatern ualon Telegraph r.'PMi beeltKft iJiki Xrle. lo-M ft.Ij. R:ofd. ixu. m 4m 64 WUooni In, Qentra) ........ aiauia ajEpre&B.,i,-l 14 'ol ina 1'OJt Jailed Bute iCzDress 60 54 1)5 87 W Tells-!faro txpreas t(8 janeo Htatea tfiiooer,. jjti J. tl, Euboer pfd.' 68 4th pd Ext. 23. roa- 08 m 4s, re; J00T 4s,oous., 1097 New 08, rcjr., 1001 New Bs, eoiip'., 1904 Currency 8s. im im,'m mum-in Bx$mi HTftMlM!, : 101 & - 104 (a), 107 ...... 109 - 11a - Currency 0, lm Currency (ti, 1S;i7 Currency s, im Cun-ency 8a, 189,.. New Baven Local Qaotationn, rnralahed Dr Kikskslt, Uoot A IUt, Bankeri ad Brokers, 18S Orangestreet. .--iajucawoo. , ' Pa Bid Asked OKyBani.... SowHaTen County Nation al Ban., Uabhan tea' Bank,-, Hercbants' National Bank. New Haven Natiooal Bank mdeatnen'sNatlonalBank Second National Bank TaJe Katioaal Bank 1100 mxJ 10 CO , St ,100 100 J 00 100 45 . 167 i 141 107 4 47 AILIOaD STOCKS. ' Far Bid AsktU H. A H.Y.A..L.. orer erred. 100 09 Daabury Norwalk B. B. Detroit i Hillsdale, 8. W... 100 HouaatonleB.B. Oo 100 ttangatuok R.R. Oo 100 Haw Etna A Derby it. B. J47 00. 100 fej NewHaTen Northampton 100 ra . Y., N. H. 4 H. B. B. Oo. 100 177U BhoreLineB.B 100 170 . nsocLunoim stoobb. Hew Haren Qas Light Oo 00 BM Nsw Baven WaterCo.M,, , feck, Btow A Wilcox , Secorltr Insurance Co. SO SS 40 100 10 M0 . 100 100 100 - 08 9X 47 08 to M Swift A Oo 100 M t4 90 iwepnoaa, une. 4t rot, , , , BontbarnN.a 0. 8. Rubber preC., par ... iibaoaD aoint. Do Bid Ak4 l.4H.T.l.u,l'l ISM 107 (0 llSW .! BolokastWeetneldlet4'a Mil flouaatofttc Consols Sw.... 1M7 11JM 1M sew uarea A D.0 118 InHnMlD. Tm fain w Hawa D. 8's. ...... 100 . SewHaraa 5,r, 1889,, J890. JwHaait. 7'Il87: imi S. B. A If. Onabls 6'..... not 11a 100 n. il. A N. 1st Sa 1911 inr Sw London Hortb. let 4'n, 1910 : 101 Raw London North. 1st ". 110 N, T. ft H.K. let T"a luut N T. ft N It, lat I t Ifl'JS H.T.ftH.B.d'a JWM li.T.. K. H.ft B li IUI , Y. W. H. ft H D.b. t'a. lu H. f Pre, ft Hoaioafa.. Is9 N T., Pro, ft Boat on ',. IM West Maraa U, H. B. ... la.l It? - II lit M VJ Ida H - 10414 MH in - I14 - 1. Bid a iked Ta IICS4J - 10 - 100 n m H - (W toi h 104 lOl )04 ioi)4 tain Du urn"" . 1MI r!H. W.co.'it ..... Ill HanaClty T' Raw RaMCliy I's Raw Hares City 4 i,wr 1M7 aaa.... 1(14 Raw Baton Oil lU'aaaw rasa 1907 Rw Haesfowa V4 HewBaTaaTowaP.P.lHu Wt Raw Baaahonl 4'n,..., 1 904 a Tala S-a . , , . Rwlft ft Oo. aa 1010 VERMILYE & CO., Bankers and Brokers. Dealers in Investment 16 and IH NASSAU NTIIKKT, Security Insurnnco Co. OK NEW HAVEN. OFFICK 37 CKNTKK KTHFICT. Cash Axet iHiimiry 1, '01, W.iua,'jl:.07. OIIID'TOItS: C inii'lliis l'lcrpimt, A.f. WII.O.X, .loci A. Sparry, S. K. Mvrwln, .I..I111 W. AIIIiik, (Tins. S. Ijeete, Ihm. I). Ilewull, II. Manoii. E. O. SUl(lunl, Win. It. Tyler, AttwiiliT mrncy. CHA8.8. 1.KE1E. II. MASON. Pnnhlont. HivrclHry. lr.C. ITI.I.EIt. J. D. DEWKIX, leu Prcsiilciit. Jul cod Ahh t. Hcurctury. 1IANKKH8 AM BHOKKItS, No. 48 Broadway, New York, 15 Center Street, New Haven, Members N. Y. Stock Exchanire, Proiluce Ex change and Ctiicng-o Uoard or Trude. C. 11. HOLMElt, Manager New Huvcn Branch. All Clnie of Hallway Htorknaml Honda nlAo Grain, Provisions and Cotton, lioujrht and Sold on Commission. Connected hy Private AViro with New York, Iloston mid Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. 17 sus Merchants' Nut. Hank stock. SO shs Southern N. E. Tel. stock. 85 shs N. Y N. H. & H. UK. stock. Sshs New York & New Jersey Tel. stock. 20 shs U. 8. Rubber Pref '(i stock. 25 shs Anuirican Hank Note stock. $2,000 Mfdrtlosex nankin Co. 0 p. c. bonds. $5,000 N. Y., If . H. & H. UK. 4 p. c. debent's. $5,000 City of Passaic, N. J., 5 per ct. bonds. M. B. NEWTON & CO., 86 Orange Street. JULY, INVESTMENTS. 5,000 N. Y., N. H. & Hfd. Debenture 4s. 10,0110 Morris & Essox 7s ot 1901. ai.OOON. Y., Lack. & Western Us. 4,000 Milhoninn Coal KUaranteed 5s. 100 shs Hensselaer 4 fnnitoiru. 100 shs United New Jersey UU. 1(10 shs Cleveland & Pittsburg-. 100 shs Koine, Watertown & Oguensburg. 100 shs Wairner Palace Car, 25 shs N. V. & New Jersey Telephone. . J50 shs 8outhern New England Telephone. 60 shs N. Y., N. H. & Hid. 20 shs Swift &Co. For sale by THE CHAS. W. SC11ANT0N CO., Investment Brokers, 34 CENTER STREET. FOB JULY INVESTMENT. New Haven Street Railway Company 20 Ysars 6 per cent. Gold Bonos. Tho Company's system includes Tho State Street Komi, The Whitney Avenue Road, The Morris Cove KmI, The Lake Saltonstall Koad, tinil the Lombard and Ferry Streets Mileage in Fair Haven. Thcso bonds aro first mortfraa-n lien, and it enu be demonstrated to the most eoiiscrvutive investor that they are umunii tho soundest, se curities oyer offered in this .market. I'rieo on nppncatlou. f XAKEIfCK K. THOMPSON, Jc2812t t 102 Orange street, Itoom 12. nrrv BUBGLAKY, FIRE, Utri FPKGERIES, DY HIKING A SAFE IN .T1JE VAULT OP Mercantile Safe ; Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe, from FIVE to SIXTY DOLLA.HS. Absolute Security for Bonds, Stocks, Wtfls, Bullion. Plate, Jowclry, Precious Stones, and all evidences of values- Acoess to vault tbroua-h the banking; room of the ME CHANIC8' BANK, 1 CHURCH, OOK. CENTER STREET. Coimon l-ooins for convenience of r.utmtin All persons Interested are cordially invited to nsotct the company's premises. Odou from 0 a. m. to Bp. m. Thomas K. trowbrtdoe, president, Ouviit S. White, Vice President, Cbas, H. Towbridgh, Sec. and Treas. The two largest and strong est American Fire Insurance Companies are the JStna of Hartford with assets amount ing to $19,8074667, and the In 8uranc Co. or North America, assets $9,432,250. These two companies' also lead all other companies iri amount of surplus. la h ioU tprientitlv In Ne Harm for thmwp ladln2 oompanlai. - Fire nee. 2-tnanctal. TXI3D National Tradesmen's Bank NKWIAVEN.CO.NH Draws Bills of Exchange ON Alllntio Hunk 'l.lnilluP, f.onilon, I'ruvliii'lul II oik of In-lnnd. Dublin, I 111. mi lUnk iirHtHitlHiiit, mI,i l.yoiiniiU, I'arlH, And nn nil tin- frlili'lpal CI I lea of F.iirop. Issue ( In nlur l.oMxra of Crwllt Avallabla 1 liriiuicliout iCuriMi. (IKD, A. lll'TI.KIt, Prwldcnt. WM. T. FIKI.HS, t'rtuhler, INVESTMENT SECURITIES 18 tb Msrchanti' Nation tl Bank stock. 16 tb 8. N. B. TcltphOBS Oo. stook. 10 ab New Haf s Water Oo. stock. 93 sb Brlditoport Elrctiio Uht Oo. itook. t9 sb lloiioo Electrlo Light Co. stock. $5,000 Swift A Co, t per cent bond. S 000 8. N. B. Tel. Co. S ptr cent, debenture New lUrea Wstar Co, Bl?hta Bought and Sold. H. C. WARREN & CO BANKEU8 AMD BROKERS. STOCKS and BONDS FOR SALE. S3 sb N. Y., N. H. t H. BR. 50 sh Rome, Watortown A Oftdensbura SR. 00 ah Chicago Juncilon BO. Stock Yards Co preferred BIX per cent, stock. 30 sb 8. K. K. Telephone. 1 1,000 S..N. E. Telephone S'a. 12 600 N. Y., K. B. A H. BR. deb. 4a. Si. (00 fownot Ne Haren i p. 0. of 1039. NEW HAVEN WATER CO. RIOBT9, Delaware A Hudson Canal Co. Bights Bought and sold. Trinhorlv. Poor Ar Dav gXCUVSlOUS. Finest Day Resort on Long Island Sound. THE STEAMER JOHN H. STARIN, CAPTAIN McAUSTEH, Will cnmnienee her rejiVilar triiis to this beau, tlful Island Thursdiiy, July S, continuing i,very Tuesday and Thursday During- the season. Leavlnpr New Haven from foot of Urnwn street al 8:!t0 a. in. sharp, and Glen Island at 4 p. m.,irlvlni( one-halt hour luilircr oil rue is iuhi I tan nrovlmis sensnnri. The ttttiaetions at the Island are well known, but we will nii'iitiiiu those superior dinners. Glen Island Clambiikiw, Little Germany, Uiiat intr. Battling, Dally Concerts at the Gniiirt Pa vilion, and other attractions that, go to innke up a llrsl -class pleasure resort. Fare, round trip, ifie: chllih-en between nirrs anu i a. kk: one way. aue. Knee a rates to parties of 100 anil over. Muslo for dauclng on uwiu,. .u minors anowiHi on tne uoai , wiucn is a suiiietent iniarantee t int, nil oh nm c h . dren need not fear lnolestation. C. H. FISHER, jy tf Aitent. STE1HES Cait. John FiTZOKBALn, Kxeiirsion Season 1HD4. Leave Belle Dock for Pico park (Double Beach) and Branford P't: '9M a. m. Returning, leave 11:00 a. m. ' 1:00 p.m. " " 2;;Wa.m. 4:U0p. m. " " 7:00 p.m. STNDAYS : Leavo Belle Dock 10:15 a. in., 2:15 p. m. Returning, leave 12:30 p. in., 7:00 p. ni. Special rates for societies and Sunday schools. Apply to Peek & Bishop, Air'ts, 702 Chapel St. JOHN t CARTER, Manager. "Subject to change. HERRMANN'S CAFE, Grove Street, SAVIN ROCK. CHOICEST brands of Wines, Liquors and V Cigars, constantly on Iianil. Herrmann's celebrated Mononol Lnirer" In bottles and on draught. ijiiuies j-ariors seeona Hoor. JULIUS HKURMANN, Late of Turn Hall. New Haven. Jc25 3m Proprietor. Hotel Monopoie, (European Plan.) 14 and 16 Church Street. CAKE and Ladies' Restaurant connected with hotel. iiTHOT LUNCH served in Cafe. jelO MPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATIONS Made during the dull summer months have made MOSKLEY'S ' ' NEW HAVEN HOUSE More comfortable.' thin ever forhnth permanent or transient guests. Travelingmen are shown esjitcial attention. Bit SETH H. MOSELEY. theIdlarendoFhotel. This elegant and lending hotel on Broadway, opposite Coiiim-ss Park, will bo open the 211th of Junefor the season. Fine, lariro rooms faelmr on three street. Cuisine faultless. Celebrated orches tra, etc., etc. Engagements can bo Made in advance for any specified time at BEERS' PHOTO PARLORS, 1(10 CHAEEL STllEET. ' Terms reasonable. jelO eQd2in iiiEiLiriis: j Steamer Sunshine Twice Daily Vtsu to Pot Rock Island. SUPERIOR 8HOHE DINNERS. , Send for Terms for Board Prices Reduced. Je87 to aul WIL1.IAM Bf. BARNES. MERWIN'S POINT HOTEL, WOODMONT.CONN. G. W. Sanford & Son, Proprietors. - - Remodeled and a fine new dining, room added and several fine large airy guests' rooms over It.. Shore Dinnei s a Specialty jegriat Spring House, Block Island, K. I. - As perfectly recuperative as life on shipboard; pioneer hotel on Island; evt ery facility for comfort or entertain ment: 20 acres beautiful lawn; good fishing, boating and drivtng; exeellent bath ing: two oonoerts dally: owns the celebrated mineral anrinini Iwhlen first attranted vlsltm to tbe Island); circular free. Kof er to Burdett Hart, D. D city. . - - i JoliDUt B. B. MITCHELL. Proprietor. THE CONNECTICUT HERALD AND L, Containing 111 the Im portant News IIL JOUSNA Di to i Tie of Its la THUESDAY MOfflfflG. A Clean, Oonservatiye andEeliaWe Weekly Newspaper. : t is a Welcome viator ii I PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 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