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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER TUESDAY, JULY io 1801.
THE DWELLERS BY THE SEA. tOUB Or THK MOM! WHO AHB UTOffi.SU AXUIIOUT UKACII. fba Cottager, at the Nhore For the rasan A atao Mllvw Challenge Cup Itacd fur lljr Naptha Ijinticlie. on the fourth Itoinga f Faopto an lb Kail Havan ' Hhorerenonal Items. The summer season at Short Bench li How fairly wider way, nearly nil the totlagi'i Doing filled with (heir summer oooiipaiitt, mid tho usual round of. Hum mer festivities .being lh prdjrfps. Ylwt Is known at Short 8'0V I looutml In rather narrow valloyv which luadt down' tq the sound ou the Kast IIuvu shore, fbe summer village It about three mllci from the East Huvon Green, and Is made easy of nooess by several lino of stages, which connect with the eli'o trlo and steam oars at East Havou every hour. There is quite a large cluster of houses which forms tho vlllu-jo, and as one comes over tho brow of the hill which overlooks the village, quite a son Mtlon of surprise is experienced at find ing at your feet what Is apparently con siderable of a town, built close to tho blue waters of the sound. The beaoh is rightly named "Short Beach." But what there is of It makes a most desir able plnoe for summer oottagos, and it jeems to have been amply appreciated by many people, judging from the large number who go there to spend t he sum mer months. It Is located only a mile from Double Beach or Pico Park, as it Is now known. The steamer I'cquot, Capt. William Knolles, makes two trips Bally between Short Beach and Double Beach, thus giving those who desire, an opportunity to witness Dale Armstrong's theatrical performance, enjoy a "spiel" In the dancing pavilion and a short trip on tho water at.tlie same time. It might here be noted that C. B. Bradford, B. F. Mansfield and F. J. Chatterton of this city are occupying cottages near Double Beaoh. Mrs Edward Russell is entertaining a large party of young people from New Haven at Short Beaoh; She gave a dancing party last week. Refreshments Were served at Buckley's. President Corey of the State Street Eleotrlo railway and wife, Miss Clara Corey and Miss Alice Corey are staying at their cottage. - Mr. H. A. Blunt and wife, Miss May Blunt, Miss Rose Blunt and Master Willie Blunt are at their cottage for the summer. . Mr. A. Keteey Jones and wife, with' their three children, are at their cottage for the summer. Mrs, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, the poets ess, has been at ber cottage known fi and near as "The Bungalow," since May. She.. seems to enjoy her stay at the beach, wonderfully and always is entertaining parties of her friends. Mr. George Wild of New York is at his cottage. - : Geprge W. Hazel and family of New Haven are occupying their cottage. Dr. J. P. C. Foster and family of, New.. jSftven..tttid., his brother, Judgei Foster, of Sanford, Florida, are occupy ing cottages here. ,.; Judge Foster is oc onpying the new cottage built by E. R, Kelsey., quite ft large party of New Haven young men are camping out on Jolm- lon'a Point.- They have christened t heir oamp "Iroquois Camp." Among those at the oainp are: Messrs. Will and Paul Harnett; MoQuaid, Stillman, Sternburg nd Sofantoh. ' At Killam's Point Harvey G. Shepard and family with his sons, John F. Shep ard and Arthur L. Shepard, and their families are camping out for the sum tner. ' ". " T. B. Wilcox and wife of New Britain ire at their cottage. Their son, David Steele of New Ha ven) who.is, a -contractor at Sargent & Co.'s factory, and his family have been . Visiting Mr.' and Mrs. Wilcox for sev eral days past. A. Champerlain, president of the Home National bank of Meriden, is nere wim nis tamuy tor tne summer, Dqoupying D. M. Welch's cottage. Jesse D. Welch of the firm of D. M. Welch & SjtmSfr the Well known grocers oi mis city, ana nis Drotner-m-law, L. jt: Betcher, are occupying one of the Welch cottages. ' Henry W. Crawford of H. W. Craw ford & C04 the Fair Haven furniture dealers, is oocupying his oottaee. Divineerf ice is- Me-d p t lie chapel every Sunday, theptilpit.being supplied with stufletitii from the- Tale Divinity school. There will be., prai3e service next Sunday .afternoon at fi o'olook. A V. P. S. C. ,E. meeting is held every Sunday evening. ' The dock tips been rqpttif ed;! by put ting in three new pair oE Stairs and new planking. ' Mr. and Mrs. Hopson of Walllngford, and party, who are making a Carriage trip' through," Connectioutj' have been Stopping at Blake's cottage. They also lave been entertaining a party of about fourteen Wallingf ord young people dur ing their; stay. ; ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall of Meriden have been boarding at Buckley's res taurant fqr a few weeks. They add considerably -to" tho tnustoftl talent at Short Beach. W. Clules of Walllngford has also been stopping here. Last 'Suiiday.X party of ten jroung men froni Watrbufy catriB -,4owh here n their wheels and had one f Buck-' leyshore dinners. 'J Idbarles Bu,nneli,: one of the all-the-; rear-round residents at Short Beach, as opened & nBW meat market. ' Mrs. Clapp's grocery store is run this year by the Buckleys. 'A dancing party wasgiven by kiss Violet Miller -of New York at Terrace Dottitge, last Friday evening, Which was attended By ' the. greater part of the foang peopW of the Village. A 1250 silver cup was raced for by six naphtna hvunclies oft the Fourth. If was won bythe launch Robella, owned by Robert WUoCs.. The cup was given by Mr. Lockwood, of Lockwood & Brain-, jurd of Hartford, and is to be raced for very two weeks. .The last winner will hold it Until next season. . - - - Vinlttng Frientta, Mr. C. H. Mdnson, superintendent of the Sail Elefitrfc i Bignal Company, lo uiti in Crildlatofi, T. )n t .twine iNew SaVim eltlaen, Is ttUtfcfag si 'short visit W New Haven and vicinity, . He is ihe: piest of his old friend H P, JordnU, of West. Havens- ft report bis signal;! company at very bnsyy and allin sortief ijt ennyivania and further went. . I t Ain 11 trior sr.wa. Catching kUipwt t. Iath of Mr. ISray Mr. Jaraa.' Vacation Many nr. nle. and Kieuraluns Mr. Moody's H'r.l ra Tour. Bovwtil boats with flaheruien wore out on tho QuIuulpUto river yealcnliiy Ushlng for buns. One bout cuituivd fourteen. This is the Hntt run of Una. llali of tbasuMoii. Kdwurd Fabrlqun, the milk denier of Outer street, has a horse sick with loi'kjuw. Dr. Whitney la attending It To-morrow will otx-ur the pli ulti of the tiwt Pearl strwt M. E. vhurvh aud of the Heooud Congregutlotuil ehiirch to Pa'wsuu Park, tho stonmur loavlugthe whui'f at tho foot of Ferry street at 8:30. The siuuu day the people of G ratio Episcopal church will go to Double Beach, the steuincr leaving at 8:30. R. W. Keast and II. H. Nettleton are the committee of arrangements for tho latter. L. W. Moody will leave this week for Milwaukee to attend tho meeting of tho geuernl agents of tho Northwestern Life Insurance company. Mr. Moody Is the general agent ior mm state. mo uuuuuion 01 (.;. w. Wilson was about tho same yesterday, lie remains in a state of partial consciousness. A lawn party was given by Miss Ethel uryaui 10 a uuiuoer or her friends ut iter homo, 30 Townsend avenue, Sutur- uay evening. Last Suuduy afternoon the Y. M. C. A. meeting was In cbttriro of General Seorotury C. E. Steele and was a lurgo and enthusiastic one. This was the Hint of a series of mid-summer song services mat win be held each Sunday, at o'clock, during July and August. The holding of summer services is an ex periment never before triod bv tho Fair Haven association, and if the meeting oi mat Huuaayin many decrees for ecasts what Is to follow, the publlo can be assured that those short, Informal hot weuther services will prove the most popular and successful of the whole year. A new innovation for the summer service is a pa.m-leaf fan and loe cold lemonade for each and all. Mrs. Evelyn T, Bray, who died at her home in Springfield last week, was well Known Here. She died from the effects of consumption. Mrs. Bray's husband is the sou ot Judge Charles A. Bray of the annex. Jerold E.,' the seven-months-old son of Captain Rufus Oskins, died at Morris Cove ou Saturday from the effects of cholera infantum, and the burial took piace on Sunday. During the vacation tour of Rev. D. M. James he preached two Sundays in the Congregational church at Winches ter, Va., and one Sunday In Hinton, W. va. .Mr. james attended commence ment exercises at the college in Ash land, where- he graduated. ' At Hinton Mr. James delivered the address under the auspices or the Musonio lodge, on on tne occasion or the feast of St. John. C. O. Francis was quite ill yesterday, The excursion of the Fort Hole lodge. N. E. O. P., will take place to-morrow by steamer lvernla to the Thimble Islands. The boat will leave Steven's dock at 8:30 a. m. Mrs. William H. Sbipman is in Spring field, whither she was called by the fatal siokness of Mrs. Evelyn T. Bray. WAXLlHOfORD. A game of baseball between the mar ried and single men, on the plains is being arranged to take-place this week. Hugh Heslin is manager and J. C. Wrinn captain of the married men's team, andTom Brennan manager and George Ga,rdher, "captain, of the single jnen. ' , 1 The South Colony street nine defeated the North Colony street team yesterday by a score of. 18 to 18. Patrick Hay den had his finger badly" split by the ball, and the end of the bone protruded. John Milton Hall has gone to Prov idence. William Dickinson caught a bullhead that weighed 'one "pouni arid fourteen ounces In the lake Saturday night. Watchman Richards' guard dog fell down from the Upper floor through the elevator at the tlickle shop and was badly broke lip, and had to be killed to end his suffering. Trtere has been ne work done on the electric road east of the railroad for several days. , Rev. J. Ei WildrriaA ia expected home from DaftbUry to-day. ; Richard and Frank ;W. Talbot are In Elan Francisco, f 1 Will Home is afflicted With the whoop ing cough for the second time. J. P. Stevenson,- th8 Stakeholder Of the recent baseball purse, paid over to Manager Helnenlatt and .Captain Gard ner the $200 stakes yesterday. ' Mrs. A. Bt Plxley and - Miss Grace Pixley are visiting in Great Barrlngton, MaBS. The Y.P.S.C.E. Will give a tatr social at the Congregational church this even ing. The. attractions will - consist of Vocal and instrumental music, also club swinging by Mies Pauline Bauer of Ken sington. The Walllngford fire department is anxious to arrange a game of baseball with the Meriden department. Many are asking -regarding; tne out- door concerts by the National bfcndj and hoping that they will Soon begin. JUIIub C. Hall of North Main Street has for his guest ex-Governor Connor and daughter of Maine. District, Deputy Matthlabn of Mllford Will make an official visit to tne Rnvnl Arcanum lodg Oh ThurWay 'evening. Tne Doara of Durgesses will hold a meeting this evening. , ' , James Stewart (toes td Bbrlnirflelrt. to day to attend thi fuak) ef - young nephew.-- ,?- , Wnra-sBirmGrwsf-; Mayor Sargent ysterda received a letter from the United States Coniul at Castellamammgift, ftaif khtgfor ln formation ' donfiW nlhjf ' W ? present whereabouts of Angelina jfernlno, who the letter states wae tiotn 'at 18 Union street, this elty, Sept. 10, 1885. The letter further -state! that one Louis Massino ha died m Italv iciivlmt a eon. slderable property td Angelina.. Inquiry Was made of Registrar Corr, add dili gent search' tnnde efaMll-eodrds, but no record, pf ony, such birth could be found! -Rwristrin- CllrT estbialns this by the fact that about this period the Italian residents pi the oity. were not. particular abouCr.eQWdintf. births, eto. QZHMAli WUlfi.U-'ltiAUl K OrtanijuNi and Klrl a luilrmnn-ItcporU hhaw l'ro -ll-im-iiiiinni-c In UUh op Tlernay VvsteriUy's I'riH-nnlIiig. Waterbury, July 9.-Tlie sixth enniial convention of the tiermaii Csthollo band of Connectli'Ut ipi'iiJ unsph lous ly In this elty Hundr.y. The convention was callfd to order ut 2 p. m. In Con coidla hall by Iiulw Htmebel, prerl dent of the Boiltty of Hie Holy Family. Waterbury. Pmyer wus offorfd by the Rev. Farrell Martin, D. D. Tho fol- lowing delegutes were pmeiil: 8t.i;.Hl,. " A-Wl7. i.nsioi. Aiocri niiucr; uonirncius society, MorlJen; August Lange, John Morcni. Andrew Rtdnk, John Carl, Ocorgo Itclrke, Michael Zen aer; W indhorst society, Meriden, Paul Baleske; St. Stephens society. Hartford, John 8ehuesler, Frank Herding. Al Bert Frobel; St. Peter's society, New Britain, Joseph Schilling, Peter" Her mann, Martin Holfelder; Society of the Holy Family, Waterbury. Anton Hocf. ler, Thomas Hermann, Qulrln Straub; t. BHrromaus society, Waterbury John Selfun; St. Joseph's society. Dan- oury, Frank Kornhaas; St. Joseph's society. uriUKeport, St. Honlfaclus' so ciety. New Haven, Frank Dahlmeycr, Joseph Hauser. Bernard Wlrkus, Carl Week, Frank Gaul. Frank Schendler. Besides the delegates there were at least fifty members of out-of-town, so cieties on the floor of the convention. r ranK uanimeyer of New Haven, vice president of the German Cucholie league of Connecticut, was installed as permanent chairman. After the rout ine business reports were heard from the delegates as to the progress of their societies, and all were very .encourag ing both as to finances and membership. As the annual convention of the league Is merely a sort of reunion and ex change of accounts of progress, the re ports or the secretary, treasurer, etc. were unimportant. The election of omcers will be held In January. After an enthusiastic address from the presi dent me convention closed , after vot ing to hold the next convention In Dan- Dury. Three cheers were Drooosed and given wun a will ror Pope Leo XIII, fresiaont Cleveland and Dr. Farrell Martin. The following telegram was sent to the Right Rev. Bishop Tierney of tne aiocese or Hartrord: Waterbury. June 9. 1894. io tne Kev. m. P. Tternev. TV n Bishop of Hartford, Hartford. Conn.: The delegates of the Sixth German catholic convention are in session and iienea io iorwara tnis Jine as a token of their Christian' remembranoe ana mgn esteem. FRANK DAHLMEYER, President rne uerman catholic leaeue has branches In twenty-nine states and has a membership. of 60.000. Tha resident is located at Racine, Wis., and each state branch has a vice president. It Is estimated that the expense to the local societies-for the convention 'and after celebration will approximate $1,000. Af ter the convention the delegates were taken in charge by members of the local societies as their gueste until the cele- .bration is ended; ' - i To-day, "Catholic Day," was the big- day. The local-societies and members or St. Cecilia's parish received out-of- town societies and members of German Catholic parishes of other cities at the different depots. The American band led the procession to the Immaculate Conception church, where solemn high mass was sung at 10 a. m. Bishop Tierney and all the Catholic clergymen of the city were present. The sermon ivak delivered by an eminent JtfBult and the choir of St. Cecilia's church sans- a oarefuliy rehearsed mass. Following the mass occurred a parade of the local and visiting societies, terminat ing at the West End grounds, where a picnic was held. The American band rendered a select program at the picnic from 2 to 4 p. m., and the American band orchestra furnished music for dancing.- The singing of the German societies was a feature of the day. The proceeds of the day's recreation will be used to meet the expenses, and for the benefit of St. Cecilia's parish. Preparatiohsto decorate buildings in honor , of the day were begun .the, pre vious evening. One of the most hand somely decorated buildings was thai on 3rand Street occupied by the United States tibtei and Doerr, Helhhan ft Co. : rhe front was a mass of bright bunt- ng, in which red, white and blue of the United States and the red, white and .black of Germany are artistically arranged. A MiStEMOVB nvirAwAY. Women Found ttacnnnsltons at' the Foot of a Hill. Mrs. Monroe Gdodaie of Kllllngworth and her daughter, a pretty young wo man, Were Seriously and perhaps fatal ly injured In a runaway accident Sat urday afternoon. The accident was not seen by anyone so far as known, but E. N. Hubbard of Middletown round the two Women ly ing uneir.;i?ioti& in the road near the foot of Pea Hill about 4:30 Saturday af ternoon, as he was drivlhgfrom Kill-: ingworth to Middletown. Mr. Hubbard summoned a German farm hand to his, assistance, and they tried to revive the women. Mrs. Goodale recovered cdn- sclbUsness Sufficiently to say "run-i away," and gave her name and hohie. Her daughter was bleeding at the mouth and apparently internally In jured. Mr. Hubbard with the Gernififfs assistance got both women into his buggy and took them to Kllllngworth, about a mile away. He then summoned Dr. Markham of Durham. Miss Gdodaie Is badly injuredi and will probably not recover.- The details of the accident are. still a mystery, as neither of the women can talk. j - Died at the insane Retreat. Theodore A. Bcecher, a well-known1 young m&n 6 this city, died at the Middletown Insane asylum yesterday, aged forty-eight years. Mr. Beecher was committed to the insbue retreat About two weeks ago by the probate court. He formerly lived atdasyivan: avenue. The remains will be interred in Evergreen cemetery to-mopow. Superintendent freiton'l Vacation. i Superintendent S. O. Preston of the Organized Charities,, acdompdn'ed by his family win leave- to-day orr a well earned vacation. The party will attend the Y. P. S. C. E. convention, at Cleve land O.; ahd ahdr htf 'cdhventfoii wilS spend the remainder of the Taxittleirtatj Ann Arbor, Mich. i VKHTrn.ii: Order of Hi fcnatitrn Mur. Elhel chapter, X. 'i Order EbMti Star, will giro n Imiid cnueeii and lawn l!ilty ut NHrry'it Inivn. VVetvl!lo, this il ml UVilnemliiy evciil'i.ri". A ilens imt iiiid eiijoyiihletime will lie pi'iuulsed to till who attend. 4 sjilul lmrmii, The cnpllnl MiH-k of tlx- l'.'.iiot llnlld Ing eiinipiitiy nf New ll:iv-ii Iiiik been lllcreiwd tiiiiil (f.i.Mn tn M..VI0, tmil the niiiiilMir of i-tuireH from I in in iko. t)f I.J. I -... Cl'.ll 1... .! I -.. I.. yKtr ,v p.xJTTt 71"nT It fit snnt.us. . . .....iin.-! (.run .,, , ,,,P ,,,HB, by WHjuor Iheltlvc.:,. "To Iis Vegas, the Mi-mli-w City of New Mexlen," writes nn i v. rland tuur 1st, "an excellent pipe h-yti-m brlnsii pure wnler down fi-inu IV upper Oul Unas river, which you mrv drink conled with Ice frozen upon the mme erystnl stieniii. The reservoir, six or seven miles above the town. In n large, mountain-shaded lake f. rr.u-d by dain mlng the river. Over mul uhovc Hie work of the water company, the river. during the present Kumnu-r, hHS been the subject of a vast d. al nf Individual damning, owing to ila llulilllty to cct both 'way up' and 'riled' for no cacso obvious to a stranger. "My .first experience of the Galllnas' turning loose was on nn nfternoon In June. The town was brlglit with sun- shine, with a clear sky overhead, ns I sat on the hotel veranda enjoying the beautiful spectacle of constant lightning flashes in a dense cloud that veiled th-j mountains to the northwest. "Stepping Indoors for a glass or water I discovered that where a clear stream was wont to flow, a thick, muddy liquid was all that could he drawn from the faucets. A few minutes later, cros lng the bridge over the river that di vides the new from the old town, I perceived that the clear, shallow stream that I had seen rippling over Its pebbles an hour before had become roaring, turbid . torrent, which was rapidly rising, and already threatened the bridge. It cafne within a foot or two of the strlngpieces, so that floating logs could barely pass underneath be fore high water mark was reached. "Lbs Vegans know precisely what to do in such an emergency, and, wtth fil ters and' settling tubs, had, before nlo-ht a on fTl.il .... n i u...v..,4vj. ui wilier uuiy tlhtlV nln..,l ..1 ... .... rf luuinrHlIU lllif. The river fell as rapidly as It had risen, w,athers Sxtmorn,,rr 011ly ,a trifle higher than usual. The d!i;c-s .before the end of the next day were nowing clear, and people seemed u give the matter of the flood but little thought and less comment. "The cause of the river's going on such a bender was the thunder storm which I had watched in the distance the day before, and which had fallen about the headwaters In the mountains, where it probably had attained the dignity ot a. cloud-burnt. Tt wn learnedf" later in town that the rain had washed things out considerably amontr the hills, ttoads were bo gullied as to be impassable, and In some places had dropped sheer Into ravihes which they sKirtea, so that new trails had to be made. In places much dead timber had been washed down mountain Bides to be lodged in valley thickets or car ried down Stream In the river's flood 'But the unusual ralhiness of this season, ever! with the drawbacks of occasioned high water and aiiiashifur haii, has been a godsend to Netv Mexico, and has brought the country "out In Its best and most beautiful aspects. The sometimes arid mesas (table-land eleva tions) and prairies hear the foothills are green with luxuriant grass, and lakes add water holes are filled to over flowing., Stock find a good range about anywhere they choose to go, and the flocks aftd herds grazing, widely scat tered, en vast emerald plains, present charming pastoral picture to the traveler as he l borne through the territory along the path of the iron rails." New York Sun. TWENTY YEm AGO. S-' ' Twenty years asfdi pills, potions and the sur geon's knife were Wio or'y resource In the; treatment of disease Seleiibe h&4 not us yet turned her full light !on to the problems of life. Site hod not shown that' foods are more; valuabl e than di-ugs, when, things are not run ning Just right In that complicated plrcc of mechanism known as the human body. To-day, one may almost say that tho higher tho Standing of a physician lu his profession, the less medicine he employs:. He has found that due attention, to diet will accomplish mere than the pills and potions of hi3 fore fathers. . . ... Popkola Is a step forward in thcllne of foods specially designed lor the dure of dyspepsia yspepoia ana otuor aisenisps' wuiun nreaireeny tri ly trace- able to some derangement of Hie digestive or- eraii ultv gans. Its novelty nee in tne raet that It is sr. flflclally itlg:csl.rd. In Other words. It has been prepared Jor linuiedlate absorption without ng worn oi mu poor, urea stomacn. that nppdft rpst. Further than tliis, It contains principles which are activo in the digestion of other foods. Thefofhre, it at once nourishes and at the same time relieves the dlsftgi'oeablo symp toms which are the chronic dyspeptic's every day lot. ' Bead tne roiiowing statement or one who kaeused It with success i OsWidO, It. Y May 81, 18!). Gentlemen The bottle of Paskola received A week npto to-day and I immediately com menoed the use of it. In connection withPo luiiu water. I am feeling very much better and have increased IK pounds. During the eight days' use of Paskola, no erections of Sas, in fact, seeming perfect digestion. It Hit condition continues, I shRll be a devotee of Paikola and will prescribe It when Indicated to my patients. Strtcerei votin,. . E. M. MANWAHEN, M. D. PatkDlft my be obtained of any reputable retail druggist, and a pamphlet fiilty descrlp- nve win ue bjkiivu ujvi.. f.iunuun w The h-e-Digt4 FoM Co., 90 Seade street, New York.. :' Charles S. Lest & Co., jylOTuKfiwe New Haven. financial. There Vtt Weak Openlnft and Bear Ei- :: s v ' - tended fhelr Llnst, New tottt, July 9.-The conflict be tween floters and federal trootis yeiter- dy led to a weak opening st the Stock lichante to'day,: and ettoCUfftJed the bear te extehd their iines.Chicatd Qas naturally, bore the.bmnt ef the attack, ; but the kraiicef s also earns in of some shears pf attentfon f .local Operators. IjOndbn alarmed at the westerh sit- 'ittlon sold St. I'm i and other sIik-Iu and accelerated the downwr.rd move ment. The early decline was equal to Vj f r rent. In Chli'iii.-o Dun, mid 'i In 1 per cent, in Ihe geiieiul list, (ilia M (S.i-.vn to 'Z'i ex-dlv. of P-j ppf rent. Sugar Ml to 'U'i. Ro?l; Ijland 1 to !!, St. IVuil "i to 5U, and the other pi'oiiiliient la niKS Uft'ii. The forrf of the selling mov niint ex pended ItS'lf hefo-e II o'i lok, howevi r, uml a ri-lly elixu.il, hui lipfui. niM'lnv tho b nrt rcHiimod rctlvo operctinntt mul Pullnmn broku 3 to l."2, and Deluwiire and Hudson H to 12iri, The goneral list, J'.nwi-vpr, dhiplnyei! firmmsa and did not yield to any gi-eut extent. Sriilatlun tki-n hr. nine very quiet : fnr . ,., ,,,,, ,,,., ..,.,, i there was'n'elwrp fullyiln wliloh Suxar ' led. Tl.ls slock mo.-elI ai from to' U'H.Chk-aco'fias from 7.V'J to 7S1. Roek Island from CR to W, fit. Ptuil frum 5RH to G'l4. LnillHvltle and Nashville from 43?i to rturllngt-m and (julney from Tl to 7.V4, MI.wj:-! I'nclflo from W to 11, 'lencral Elect rle fr-im Sf. U, 37, Northwestern from P'.l'i to lotij. The n-.nrl et ehwed flf.n and '4 to li higher on the duy. Tho bond marl'.r t nns weak. The sales were $.W,0'l.'i. Following ere tl:e eloslns pr.ecs. re ported by Prince & Wl itely, l.ank -rn and lirokori, 4 nreridw.iy. Now York, and IS Cent.-r street, New Hi.ven: l!l.l. Ankeil. American C tnn Oil (' Amii-leua C .it.ni Oil ( i. ol.t ... Awerlesii Snimr It -ilnln,i (').... Am. b'JKH t- lli'linliia (' . jifil Atehlx. ii, l',in ku be Smilii !' ... ('iinftilH S.Mitlici-n i - ........ . . r n i ut in: hiV K I(M IV vr, .5' .Ml', 1 1 mx 3fl if.' l:w 1 mx at M'i is x 16 ; trx 4lli i t;ni-Miiici!k.-4 o'.,!.. ':.':'iiiii Cu! ! ( 'iiieami A: i':t i:i!l!lK l.lil i .ilain.i Norihwc.ti.-rn. t'l'.luiiiro, Uurliiiiiliiii i: '(uliif.-, .. CdtenKii a.tn l!u fii CliUi)0, Mllwimker-Jr Kt. 1'uul.. 5(1 vmuitfo, .Him m oiw. nun mu iiti, fl.l........ U... I. D....I.... ..Iw ClilciiK". K'.ii k llmnl .V I'ik IIh niiiiKo. si. omuiiu.... (.'luvelunil. C. 0. St Ht. L milt Oil., llinkiiiii VulUy & Tultdu. Cinwilliliiliil (Jim U.'lownriiA Hii-lsoli Cimil Delnwure, Liu k. & WYstri'ii. . . . lleiivi r,Y Ittn (Jiiinili) ufd lMn.irOittJi- fi-nllng Co General lilecti lc C ax 131 mx Illiiiiiln Central rt biike Hhiire & MlohlKiin n 1Z7 Liiki Krli-Ai Wrsieni Vi Lake Erlu & West i n pfd tax LouUvdleje N.islivlllu Uii IdiiIsvIIIo.V New Albany )pfd uuuinviiii; iii.-w lliillliy (i 111 so 17 SX at nn Ui lto u 13 15 3 15 hi;, 1M4 10H m4 12 r K'i X M 13.M KIJi 11S4 3X 5 153 n. 112 .Hi (tov; iiiit-ic-ue iiiih.... M'ramiH. K:insniii' Ti xan MiKviini i, Kmn'ii &. 'l xus inl.. . Mi.iitiiittiiii K'i valeil MlMni P.ieille Nl-w York A' Nhw Hiivun N. Y. S . li. '1VI . Co. ot I s New Yerk Central & Hudson ... N. Y., C.iiciis i Jt 8t. L:iiil N. Y., hiikc lirle It Western N. Y.. l..k Erie Western pt'J. N. V., Onnirio i Werlern Norfolk St Western pfd..- North AnuTic-iui C i IttK l:M 111 13'.' ll.'i 13 21 H MX ;ts K) ux lii'J morthcrii I'lieilie. i v,.,..i,rl, ij.,..ih ,,f,t I ft0!.,h,?,,,.I,,!,.,.U Pf" u . C5. v;oi-(iuge Ul. i V- CaMagv ' I'M . i N!2Si i&pK.'.: ! 1'iu-iiie Jlnll 8. h. Co , feoria, Di-caiurA livmiavllle. . l'hllii. & KeaiHuir Vnlinit Clfs. PuIIuihii 1'iilime Cur Co 154 Well, it W. I'. T. tr., 41 li inst. p'li 111'.' Tennessee t-iiiu Ji iron Tennessee Coiil Jb Iron nfd. 18'. Texas & 1'uel tie HS Tel., Ann Arbor i N-.irth Mleli.. 3 T'nlun Taoille 10 Union I'ucltle, Uenve.r & Oiill'. . . Wnlnnii tin Wutiush pfd ISif AVestevn Cnlon Telegraph iSltf Wheeling & I.k; Ki le Wi Whetlluif & Li.ki) Kric pttl 41 x Wisconsin Central 4 Adamii ExprePti ;. 14S Ante) lean Kxprcss 10'J Unittil States Uxpress 5fl Wells-Fsi-gn l:.ues3 108 U.S. IttlblMT Ill) V. S. Ituhber pfd S'J tSovefiiment i!i!l. Following are the quotations for United State bonds at the call to-day: Ext reg ... (1(1 a ... 113?Sli'liV . . I13,n('114 ... IITVUSV .. lltKHltt ... 101 i . . . lilt i . . . 107 i - .. 10!l (i! ... m I - 4s, reg. HI!)' 4S.COUS.. l!!)V ... ... Neiv 53, reg-. Win New 5fi, oo:ip.. 1!W1. ('i.-rreiiey lis, lliiia.. CurTeriey B. Ii3.... Ciiri-i-ney Bs. Iip7..., Currency tin, 1NIH... Curreuey Us. 1BWI Sow Ha veti i.iruI QuotatioiiH. carnlsned of KikokhlV. Uoot Mat, tlanxari ad Broken, mtuiraagnatrsfic. BANS OTOUKi. Fr Bid Askec - ItyKHDk DDK Harn Uoiiuty Hstlon- ai Hndit 10 itenBUnli-s' flank. Bll Merchams' National liarik. SO uw Nxtloniil Rank ISO rmilnsmen'sNatioMlBanli KM fecund National Hank ICO Va'e National Hsiik. ...... 100 ttLOAt)BTd(I. lid UH tx mi iiui 188 11H IWW 140 )6" Bid c B.s N. i. a i..imfarrii. Dinliurj ft Nornalk It. K. Co Lleiruu H.iludaio.S.W.,. JousaUHllc it. il. .Co.. Nauwucli R.H. Co New tUen A Derby it. B. Too SO 100 90 ij Ml) - uo itn NewMavh Nori.uaippten , 109 4 . Y.,. II. AH. KTU.Co. 1M 199 to urn 16tK 180 ShoreLineH.lt 100 ilianliLLaKeoos (Tec. Sn.HavnOaLijut.Oo.. li Htf - New Havea WaterCo 50 98 Wi ;'enk,8tow Wlleux , its seiirilj insurani Co..,,. W 85 Swift & Oo. ....... ,.,,,,, 1(0 100 till eleiilinuA.ChuS.Arol.i., ) t,1 m Krl... ......... ui.,.,j.. HO 4914 47 N. V. AN. Jr... .mu,. ISO 95 9H RuutljAmN.I!.. )a - Ht 0. B. llubberpref.', par.,., m BO 04 Atuioin BOftM. lu Bid Askes B N, Y.A.t.S's,...,.,. IMS Boiyoke Wttleld1lt4'l 111 1OT n 116(4 1114 118 109 11 lit nrj, 107 101 wr IIS l(IS Wl H8 iftiM 1U H3 110 Uouautonio unaois-s.... 19R' Mew Hae A D. 3 '..,..... Ills SewHavenAD. Tl. ...... line Sew Haven SB J's.,,.... 1800 Sew Haven C N.7, 1800., ISM Sew Haven ft K. T's, 1874.. 1890 tl. H. ft N. Consols '8.. . 1908 S. H. dtN.lsi &,(.-..-,,(., HH1 N'ew London North. 1st 4s. 1M0 111 New London North. lttS. IMS . y.N.B.ltrs...i.. IW5 S Y. ftN.lt. 1st ..".,. 190S N T. ft N. E. id tl's. ...,.. IMS S T.. N. H. ft H.4'..,.,., 1003 N. Y. N. H. ft H Itob. Vt . 1008 S. V.. VrtiV. ft Bnptoa fa.. laW M Y.. Prov. ft Beaton 4'i.. 194 West Haves H. B. fL l a... 111!) lis lit Ids itMj msalliUMuss soxos. On Bid Alktd i . ti. VS. Co.'tT'm. ,,.. iewHavett City ?'., ,... 1W1 JiX - IDS 1W Bavan Cltv S'a. hit ve Haves pity sewsr e Havs3h.y IaVswK' U14 -... iwi ill's..... 1M4 uor K 9 99 ei 109 vw tiaveajowTij w Haves TAWS 4-w navan aahnol r v fft rvi. na ; Security Insurance Co. 6k iftlW HAVEN. OFPICK ST CEMTER STBKfet. i ... Cash Assets January 1, '94, 300,813.07. 'DIRaCTOM: ' Chas, S. Laete, y Jas. D-Dewell, H. Mason. ' Cornelius Plerpont, -A. C. Wilcox, ioeJ A. Sperry, R Q. Stoddara. . I. K. Merwln. Wm. K. Tyler, Joan W. Allin, : ' T. Attwater Barnes. CHAS. 8. LEETK, H. MASON", v too rrvaiaant. ; ass t. secretary, jsl eod i: inline t;ilf VERMILYE Ss CO., Bankers and Brokers. Daalers in liivestmont Securities. lfinnd IS NASSAU STREET, Wow York. Oity. JULY INVESTMENTS. .N. V.. N. II. It llril. Iielxmture 4a M mil Murrla .V Kw-x 7nf IU), SU.IN. Y.. iMvk.Ht WmtivnAt. 4.ni MiihunhiK Coiil irimriiiileed ta. litiliH lti-iiKH-lH.'r it Surat'iya. iKlHtlH Cllll.il N.-W .l-TBCV Kit. Ml ills Cli'Vi-laml It IMll.iinrn. IidIkIih Itiiini-, Wiiti-rliiwn ft Oifilenibiirf. llHIritm Wiiviii-r t'uliii-i- Car. 3i Blm N. Y. it New Jerai'V Telepbon. :M'nlm !4-llltllTII Nl'W l-.lllf u Ml hK X. V.. N. II. llfil. w I-;iii(uui1 Telephone, i.1BhH Switt 4- I'D, For rate hv THE t HAS. W. SCUANTON CO., Inventment Dnikers, 34 CENTER STREET. INVESTMENT SECURITIES. to sb Merchants' NaUonal Baok stock. ! A ah B. N. B. Telrphoae Co. stock. 10 ah Sew naves WaWr Co. took. M ah B-idgrpnrt Blf.ct.lo Mgbt (w. stoek. S3 .h Bom on Elretrlc Light C. stock. H 001 8n n't Co. 0 per cent, bonds. $i 000 8. N. 15. Tel. Co. 5 per sent, debentures New Haven Water Co. Bights Bought and Sold. H. C. WARREN & CO. BaNKCRS AND BROKER! FOR JULY INVESTMENfT" New Haven Street Railway Company 20 Years 5 per cent. Gold Bonds. Tho Company's system inoludee The State Street Kond, The Whitney Avenuo Road, The Morris Cove Hoad, The Lake Sultonstall toad, and the Lombard and Ferry Streets Sllleage In Fair Haven. These bonds are first mortgage Hen, and it can he demonstrated to the most conservative Investor that they are among the soundest se curities ever offered in this market. Price on application. CLARENCE E. THOMPSON, JcS12t 108 Orange street, Boom li. nrrv burglary, fire, Dim forgeries, BY HIRING A SAFE IN THE VAULT OF Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe, from FIVE to SIXTY DOLIiAHS. Absolute Hecnrity for Bonds, Mocks, WillB, Bullion, I'lHte, Jewelry, Precious Btones, and all evidences of values. Access to Vault through the banking room of the ME CHANICS' DANK, T CHURCH, COtt. CENTER HTREET. Coupon rooms for convenience of patrons All persons Interested are cordially Invited to nspect the company's premises. Open from va. ra. mop. m. Thomas ft. Tbowbbidos, President, OiIVKB S. Whits, Vice President, . CHAs. H. Tiiowdhidqb, Sec. and Tress. We arc the sole representatives in New Ha ven of all but one of the six strongest. Fire In- surancc companies doing buslnrss In United State?, measured hy their surplus to policy, holders. The five We represent arc as follows: SURPLUS; Aetna, $7,010,9 Ins. Co. No. America, 4,865,5 Hartford, 3,648,770 Liverpool 5 London S Glebe, 3,026,826 Pnoenm, Hartford, Z,713,1B. North's IMMG8 AplCf, 70 Chui-cli Street. Jytat .... National Tradesmen's Bank, NiEW HAVEN, CONN., Draws Bills of Exchange Alliance Bank (Limited), London, Provincial Hank of Ireland, Dublin, Union Bank of Snnthuid, Credit Lvonnais. 1'arlS. And on all the Principal Cities of Europe. Issues Circular Letters of Credit Available Throughout I'tu-opo. GEO. A. UJtTtEft, President. WM. T. FlliLIIB, Cashier. BANKERS AND BKOKBJBS, No. 46 Broadway, New York, . AND 15 Center Street, New Ham Members N. If. Stock Exchange, Produce BK cbaiige and Chicatfo Board ef Trade. C. B. BOl.MKB, Manager New Haven Branch. - All Classes of Hallway Stocks and Bonds also Grain, Provisions and Cotton, Sought and Sold on Commission. Connected by Private Wire with New York, Boston and Chicago. . INVESTMENT SECURITIES ASPBOIALTV. ' " "" ' SBCORITfflS FOR SALE 11 shs Merchants' Nat. Bank Btock. 26shsBontliern K. fi.Tel.stock. 86 shs N. Y., N, H. ft H. Kit. stock. ' 6 shs New York ft New Jersey f el. stock. 20 shs tf, 8. Rubber Pref'd stork. . ffi shs American Bank Note stock. fct.OOO Middlesex Banking Co. t p. e, bonds. 9.000 N. Y.. N. H. ft H. HU. 4 p. e, debent'a. $6,000 City Of Passaic, N. J & per ct. bonds. M. B. NEWTON & CO.'" 80 Orance Street. !1 - ' Fire tancc. J;tuancial. SECURITIES FOR SALE. Sh.V. VN, If, 11. lilt. Co. ill alta It imp. Wnti-rtown It tHrdenslMirsli Kit., iriiiiiniin-i.l J pi r t. Iiy N. V, Central lilt, ,V h fill. Juue. Motif Vttids pref. liUhaKmiiid National Hank. iih ibamm Kluotle Ms-lit. l.o.lin Horilamt Klet-trie Light. Hli I'xk Mow ft Wlleos Co. S'ha Mi-rlUeu llrltniinla Co. 5.i N. Y. Cent, ft llu.laou RR. Ut Ts, t-VM Old Colony Hit. 4 of l!4. KIMBERLY, ROOT A DAY. Excursions. Finest Day Utesort 011 iLong mm Island Sound. TUB STEAMElt JOHN H. STARIN, CAPTAIN McALldTBR, Will eommri-e hor regular trips to this beaua tirm lalanu rouraauy, July o, oun.'.nulaf Kvery Tuesday and Thursday During the aeaaon. Leaving New Haven from foot of Brown atreot at 8:30 a. m. abarp and 01 en lalaml at 4 p. m., giving ouo-ball nour IrmKMT ftu thn lalan.l than Drevioua anaanna. The attnutions at the Island are well kuowu, but we will mention thoae superior dinners. Olen lalaml Clatnhakee, Little Ota-many, Boat ing, naming, uuuy tunojrta at tne uranci ra, vllloti, and other uttraetlona that go to nutk4 up a Drat-!lasa pleasure resort. jrare, ruunii inp, .ou; eonuren uuiween ajf a and 12, 40c; one way, 60c. Special rates to gartle or uu and over. Music ror dancing on oat. No liquors allowed on the bout, whlc1) laaaulBclent ruarantee that ladles and ohiU drou need not fear molestation. C.H.FISHER, Jyi tf Agent, EXCURSION SEASON 1804. STEAMER MARGARET, Capt. Jons Fitzoebaid, - ff a, Leave Belle Dock t-M a. m., IX JeeStSSSmp. in. 4:30 p. m. Leave Branford Point 11:00 a.m.. :4SO. m.. 6:46 p. m. Leave Ploo park (Double Beaoh) 11:15 a. m 3 p. mSp. m. SUNDAY : Leave Belle Dock 10:16 a. m 8:18 p. m. Leave Branford Point 12:16 p. in.. 5,46 b, in. Leave Pico Park 12:30 p. in.. 6:00 p. m. Special rates for societies and Sunday schools. Apply to JOHN W. CARTER, M'gr. Peck & Dlshop, Ag'ts, 702 Chapel st. Hotels. HERRMANN'S CAFE, Grove Streat, SAVIN ROCK. QHOTOSHT brands of Wines, Liquort and Cigars, eotistautly on Imml. erriniiiin's celeln-ated "Monopol Lager" la bottles and on draught. Ladles' Parlors second floor. Jl'LlTS HfcfcltMAXN, Late of Turn Hall, New If even, JeB62m . . .. Proprietor. Hotel Monopole, (15iiiiiican Plan,) 14 and 16 Church Street. CAFE and Latllea' ltegtaurant connected With hotel. -HOT LUNCH served in Cate. JelO : IMPROVEMENTS UNO ALTERATIONS Made during the dull summer months have tnnile flnrrl sew haven house Ijlore comfortable than ever for both. permanent or transient guests. Traveling men are snown especial attention. .uinmev iUsovte. THE CLARENDON HOTEL. This elegant and leading hotel oa Broadway, opposite Congress Park, will be oneti the 2t!i of Junefor tho season. Fine. Arae n ooms taeing on thres streets. Cuisine faultless. Celebrated orohes. tra. etc.. etc. Bna-agemet ngagementn can be made Ul advance for any epBclfled time at , BEERS PHOJ(g PfW Ti?rms reasonable. JelO eod3m OEBBPARKBluOAEAHD. imOo the Crest of the Alleghanlet l (lOAIN LINEB. it O. B. B.) Season Opens Jane 23d, 1894. Kates. Ma ftrS and IN m month. aeMrdla la location. Addtew GEORGK D. Da SHIELDS, Hanger, Cumberland, Md , up te June 10) after that date either Deer Park or Oakland, Garrett County no, mv itawot CURNEN'S CAFE, Railroad Drove. Savin Rock. TTAB risen like ft phoenix from its ashef. JTL Thoroughly renovated and repaired, Plcassntest place on the shore. Full line of choicest, brand! ef Wines, Liquors, laiget Beer and Cigars, always on hand. MICHAEL CUHNEK. aylm Proprietor TUB ISLAND HOUSE I J to Pot Rook lltfndi srrpftntntt rhohb nrNNnfia lend for Terms for Board Prieea RsduaeA jeaTtoaul . TTH.MAM H. BAfcNBg. MERWIN'S POINT HOTEL, woudmujnx.wnx : O. W. Sanford & Soa, Proprletort. m. Remodeled and a Una naw dlnla roOTrt added and several fine large air guaaU, rBout ovm It, hor Dinn.it a 8ptelJty - - - - gprlnHAtt, Bloek Island, B. 1. - - Aa nerfantlv IwminRraHva aa.llfanfti rjlihlp wmrdj pToheer hotel on Islahdt evi lery raeiiny ior . oomrors or Mi certain Main. i imnt: w aoree oeauurui W acres beautiful lawn: good ig, boating and driving; ex two eotioerta dallt owns tl ml anrlnsm fwhlen flrat at in unvina-: exeeueui hath ehrated mineral springs (Which first attracted visitors to the Island): circular tree. Befer to Burdett uart, u. v., oity. ialtaot . . , B, B. HITUHKLL, Fronrletor. ?5