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NEW TIAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COriUEK S UTK'W V. .) V LY 21 1H!H.
IT TirE NATIONAL CAPITAL TJMirr TAKOLK J COSOKZBMJXD . rnoteiin or adjovuxmkxt. I'tefc a4 lb Oalaaj pUtee The Work of Ike DoakMY Coromllu-Mny ! Mrtment Clerk U Th.lr Job Ths fratrtotle We Threnghont the Country. (from Our special Correspondent.) , Washington, July ). The end. of the trlke and tht imprlaonment of the chief of the new railway union for violation of the injunction blued by Judges Woodi and Oroascup restrain Inf them from combining and conspir ing to binder Interstate commerce traf fic or tba movement of the United State malts, Is the toplo of conversation here. From the dozens of represent ative men I have talked with in the past week, from all parts of the country, with but one or two exceptions they have denounced Deblam and uphold the administration, and some even go so far as to say that such men as Debs should be hung or at least tried for treason. These men, coming as tbey do from all parts of the country, it Is fair to prosurrie that the country and people at large are ready, as they alwaya have been, to uphold law and order as against lawlessness and bloodshed. On all aides I aUo hear' the question oft repeated In the last few months, when will congress adjourn? Careful Investigation falls to answer this ques tion with any definite conclusion. Some say August 1st, others say the middle of the month, while others insist that the first of September will see congress still in session. All of these opinions come from members themselves, which clear ly shows that they do not yet know what may develop in the tariff matter. So far, the democratic members of the conferenoe committee have failed to agree upon iron ore, coal, lead ore, wool en goods, cotton goods and sugar, six important items; the house conferees Insisting on the house provisions and the senate conferees on the senate pro visions. This looks as if the committee would report a disagreement to both houses, but every effort will be made, even If it takes several days, to reach some agreement, which will result prob ably in no more opposition by the re- publlcans and the speedy passage of the bill. But any radical changes in tne present bill may bring on an extended fight. From what I can' learn It is probable that. the house will Insist on the bill being like the house measure and the senate on the bill in nearly Us present form,, which is sure to cause a delay of at least two weeks, In which case September may still see "the mem bers at work under the big dome. In the meantime both branches will get minor matters out of the way so as to be able to adjourn aa soon as the bill is diBposeO of. ' Considerable talk is being made over an open letter from Henry B. Hlgtiton to the attorney general on the subject ,of the -policy and power of congress to Vnact a law (upding the debt 'of the Cen tral ?acflc railroad, and in, which he severely sobres Colitis P. Huntington and his funding bill now pending In 'congress.1'"' ' 1 The "Washington Post of to-day in speaking of -the signing of the Utah bill for statehood by President Cleveland says: "This closes one of the most re markable contests , in the history of American politics. The territory has been an applicant for statehood and really eligible in population and wealth for many years. . It has formed the only break in the string of states that stretches'-from the Atlantic to the Pa cific ocean. The struggle over polyga my and the Mormon church has de. ferred Its admission until the present time. "President Harrison in 1892 issued a proclamation -giving amnesty to all Mormons convicted of polygamy, and President Cleveland yesterday complet ed the final step in the preliminary progress toward statehood. According to the operations of the enabling act it will devolve upon the president in No- vember or pecembeV of 1S95 to issue a proclamation formally admitting Utah into the Union. One remarkable feat ure in the latter stages of the contest has been the Unanimity with which the two great ponticai.parnes nave actea )n favor of admission. . '"Neither party now knows which wll gain it when a state." White perhaps ' a couple of hundred Coxeyites still hang about the outskirts of the city,- they are never heard from unless -through an occasional arrest of some member of the gang for breach of the peace of vagrancy, ana uoxeyism, like Deblsm, is dead. The' .passage by the senate yesterday which carried into effect the recom mendatlsns- of the Dockery commission to reorganize the accounting- system of the treasury department embodied one of the(mbStfmportaiit changes since the war in ihe Routine work of the gov rnmeht. The. abolishment of thia sys tem of accounting, which was estab lished in 1792 by Alexander Hamilton, ,wilL,a,V.e, p.. the. government, it, is ciaimeo, .some, zu,ouu a year ana win dispense with 186 clerks in that depart ment. ... - Another -work" o the commission is tire new form of money orders, which came into use the first of this month, superceding the oil money orders anl the postal J notes, which are entirely abolished. In form the new orders are more Ukw th'ejpos til notes than the bid ordersT having coupohs which show the amount they carry, so arranged for clip ping that the orders cannot be altered jdthout decreasing, their value. What is most Important, however, they in volve a saving both to the user and to the government, since smaller fees are allowed to .postmasters for Issuing them 'making the. Uniform rate three cents, and the eharges to the public are re duced, -ranging -from - three cents for orders less than $2.50 to thirty cents Sor $100. .. The Dockery commission, which has been in existence but a month and a '.year, and which has already saved the people hundreds of thousands of dol lars, bap Representative Dockery of -Missouri as its chairman. An entire reorganization of all the departments, is forthcoming; and many clerks who.. for, -. eara have been holding good plaoes in - the departments wlll-ie dispensed ".with. . L walked In ort .Chairman Browjuof the executive committer, of the Pythian encamjsnwntyeiterday, to find out turn things were progressing or the coming eqcampment fieat-snoMh..- Letters are itnd asking for other Information, tnd luring cncnrnuineiit wrk nirly t.g people will ot prcUded for. rwveral hundred are already booked from Con necticut, and they are sure to be well taken cars of. The sub-commltteea are hard at work and things are getting Into good shape, and a good time la in store for those who may attend. Connecticut matters here are at , a standstill, and with the exception of tho appoplntment of David A. Wc!!, Jr., nothing new politically bas gone abroad. The recent outburst of patrlotlo feel ing and sentiment throughout the coun try was nobly voiced, as you are aware. In congress in the utterances of Senators Davla and Gordon, and showed grandly that the star spangled feeling Is far from dead in this coun try; that liberty, law and order are dear to the American people and that lawlessness and anarchy must assured ly take a back seat Congress was really waked up and nobly backed up the president in declaring that law and order mu'nt be preserved. Harper's for this week fitly speaks of this sub ject and with quoting what it says I close this letter; A word fitly spoken, says the Good Book, is like appes of gold in plotures of sliver. It fell to the lot of Senator Davla of Minnesota, last week, to say this seasonable word in the senate of the United States. The word could not have been more seasonable. Senator Peffer of Kansas -had been making a tirade in the Interest of the persons rioting at Chicago and elsewhere; and anybody who heard the tirade, or who read the report of it, must have felt that it was a most un-American, most uncivilized, and most Inhuman speech. It was the fortune of Senator Davis to make a reply to It, and to give ex pression to the sentiments that must have been excited in the heart of every civilized American who had heard or read it. He not only did It ex tremely well, and disposed entirely of the Kansas anarchist, but he performed a very substantial service to the body of which he Is a member. The notion that the senate of the United States is a class apart, and that it does not really "belong" to the United States, has long been a suspicion, and has of late become more than a suspicion. In order to refute it, or to mitigate it. it was necessary that some senator should speak with such vigor and time liness as to summon the attention of the country, and this is what Senator Davis did. There may have been other senators who could have done it as well or even better, but he was the senator who happened to do it, and thereby not only centred the attention of the people upon himself, but did a great service to the senate. The ser vice was repeated by General Gordon, who made an excellent speech from the southern and ex-confederate point of view, and strengthened the impression made by Mr. Davis' wholesome and breezy remarks. The speech of the Minnesota senator waa like "the breath of nature, blowing free," in a very much sophisticated if not positively tainted atmosphere. Of the two dangerous forces that are now at work In American society, to wit, plutocracy and anarchy, the senate is commonly supposed to be the citadel of the former, and there is some basis of evidence for the supposition. But anarchy has also Its mouthpieces in the senate, of which Senator Peffer is perhaps the most persistent and tedious. In the case of the. railroad strike it was evident that anarchy waB the most formidable enemy of our institutions, and when a senator ap peared to speak for It, the case seemed serious until another senator appeared to speak against it. Senator Davis sim ply appeared as the spokesman of the American people, and the American people accepted his exposition of their sentiments. When he said that Sena tor Peffer hatl presented himself to the country as "the spokesman of a mob," he said what was instantaneously and universally recognized to bo true, and what Senator Peffer vainly tried to evade. There are certain feelings and instincts, far deeper than logical speech, that make the maintenance of republican institutions possible. It is these feelings and instincts that Sena tor Peffer outraged, end that Senator Davis vindicated. - t. ' CAPITOL. ' Not Where There Are Vicious Dogs. ' For some .time.. past, letter carriers have been considerably annoyed by dogs kept by various people which have shown a disposition to attack them whenever they' attempted .to leave a letter. The matter was reported to Postmaster Beach and as a result the carriers were notified to leave no mall matter at these places. The latter also sent notices to the owners ot the animals that "unless the clogs were properly restrained when the carriers came around, their mall would not be delivered. ' . Under the- law .carriers are not obliged to carry mall matter where there are vicious dogs and Postmaster Beach has notified ' them that here after their mail will be, delayed at the general delivery window,' wheYe it must be called for if' ihfrhulstf nee is not abated. .. ..., -:-."?- ' ., . ' cuRzan4jf was Aran. A Meeting to be BeW at the First Baptist Chore, . f The sixty-fourth meeting of the Ohrls tian. Endeavor union of New Haven will be held at the First Baptist ohuroh next Wednesday evening, July 25. ' The pro gram is as follow: :','" "7 '!: t Prelude. . i . . ....... "0 Come Let Us Sing Unto the: Scripture Reading and' Prayer,...'. ...Rev. J. "Blue Galilee" ,..,..,..H. Business. . (a) Koll-call and Minutes. :v ... . (b) Nomination Committee, 'y ' (c) New Business. -, Recess. ' ii , , "Nearer, My God, to Thee.. .. ;..Chapin Address "The Convention" ,r .""Presteent Boetwiok "How Many Hired Servants''.'. .... .TTT. . . '''ln.i .,?Proagal Sot" Offertory Soprano Solo. ' .--j. , Three Five-minute Address eg on the Oon . ventlon. . ' "Jems,, Lover of My Soul!.. :-, A. A. Parsons The musical part of the program will be . rendered by the church Jmartet con sisting of Mrs. "Chaxlea BonneyrMlss Edttb Augur, Charles Bonney and Frank K. dgaA JUKewtou, Or ganist. - - , .'j - . . - , .. t - a.Bevejrtag,"fi" -i-.. Mrs.Frederick Dibble of NicolJ street,' who has been dangerously tyl with pneu monia, at onertime er, life bejng de- spairea or, w improving ana her recov- HhUaiOl HKHVICXH, .Organ ".Buck Mason Palmer ery. is new expectev cr A !."( V Church of the Mewiah (First Univer salis!), Orange strict, near Elm street. Itev. L. H. Squire will preach at 10:X a. m. Sunday school at 13 m. A oordlal welcome for all. Davenport Church, Wooster Square 1. C. Meserve, pastor. Kev. S. M. Oath cart, Yale D. 8., preaches at 10:10 a. m. No evening service. Sunday school at noon. Christian Endeavor at I :W p.m . First Baptist Church, Wooster Place Rev. John H. Mason, paator, will preach at 10:10. Sunday school and young men's Bible class at noon. Twi light service at 6:30. Humphrey Street Church, near Or angeFrank R. Luc key, pastor. Pub llo worship at 10:30 and 7:30, with ser mons by the pastor. Sunday school at 2. Y. P. 8. C. E. at 6:15. College Street Church The Rev. Wil liam W. McLane, D. D pastor. Dlvle services, with a sermon by the paator, to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. Young peo ple's meeting at 8:30 p. m, , ... Church of the Redeemer, corner Or ange and Wall streets Watson Lyman Phillips, D. D pastor. Preaching at 10:10 a. m. Y. P. 8. C. E. at 8:30 p.m. Evening service omitted until the first Sunday in October. tt Dwlght Place Churoh Rev. Dr. Twit chell, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school sessions at 12 m. and 2:30 p. m. General meeting in charge of the Christian Endeavor society at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday evening meeting at 7:46. tf Grand Avenue Congregational Church The pastor, J. Lee Mitchell, will preach at 10:30 a. m. on "The Bondage of Creation." 6:80 p.m., eventide service. "The Grabe of Humility." Chotr.chorus and orchestra. 12 m., Sunday school and Bible ol asses, -' Butr.merfleld M. E. Church 8. W.Toles pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Morning subject, "Prayer's Re lief," evening subJect'Creaklng Doors." Sunday school at 12 m, Epworth league midsummer rally at 6:30 p.m. Seats free. All welcome. First M. E. iChuroh. Instead of the pastor, Rev. Dr. Masden, Dr. William North tUce of Wesleyan university will preach at the morning and evening services. All the other exercises will be the same Sabbath school at 12; young people's meeting at 6:30. Grace M. E. Church Rev. Frank A. Scofield, pastor. Preaching at 10:30; topic, "The Keystone of the Aroh of Truth;" also at 7:30, topic, "Fools ana Follies." Sunday school at 12. Young people's meeting at 6:30. All seats free and a cordial welcome to all. The United Church will be closed three Sundays, July 22, 29 and August 5, the congregation worshipping with the Center church. Tuesday evening meet. lngs will be held July 24 and 31, but omitted in August Y. P.- S. O, B. meetings will be "held in the chapel ai 6:16 p.m. each Sunday. Epworth M. E. Church, oorner Or ange -and Edwards streets Rev. Rufus T. Cgoper,. pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.rti.; even lng subject, "Has Christianity in Our Day the Power to Successfully Grapple with the Social Evils?" Free seats and a hearty welcome for all. Calvary Baptist Church, corner York and Chapel streets Rev. Edwin M. Po teat, pastor. Public worship, with ser mon by Rev. R. M. Luther of Newark, N. J., at 10j30 and 7:80.- Rlble school, with classes for adults, at neon. Evenf lng praise service beglnB at 7:16. Kv. erybody welcome. No seats rented or reserved. Come and bring your friends. Chloago, St. P .M. Ouulu LWoialtd. l' C. Bt. LuuU. ... Col., li.xsnig Valley ! 'io(nl" CunaulldiirUM. IMwsre Hu'Uon Cunxl pWnwitre, iMt k. H Wntivrit JmvKrc lllo Orande ld Uk. 0u u twllug Co uniml Kiutriovo IllluiUOutral -nkufhorf Mlrhlsan go..... ., kKrl Wmwii Mkt trie Win pM AiuCuvlllo NiubvlUtt lulsvtlle Now Allnm? yuuuvillf New Attwtiy tJ.. AulMle Una Mlwourl, Kiiin k Tmu.m Mlaaourt, Khiimm Tuuu yfU... Muntuiimii ISinvAlvd MUwmri Pnvltic New York New Htven . V. Ji. K.Tst.uo.ius ew York Central ft Hodxiu ... . If,, ClliOHNO Si. Uuu ., UKe trill n ,nrru uatm brie w ivirru nu. Onliirlu A Wmtern, Norfolk Wntrrn pM..-. Nnrru Amencnn Co.. Northern Pwilno Nortbnrn Pituine pfd V. & Conlnio Co I'.S. (V)rdirl'o. pfd Nutlnual U ml Co Kntlnnnl Lrod Co. pfd... Psulno Mail tt. . Co l'tH.rm, IVcutur Kviivllle... Pblls.it H'tullav VutlngClfs... ullnun PhIoi-o Oar Co tloh. k W. P. T. tr 4th Inst, p d TonntMec Coal i Iron ... TmocwteoCoal k Iron pfd Texas & Paotnc. To!., Aon Arbor k North Mich.. ITnloii Pocltlo Union PsolOo, Denver k Uulf... Wabash, Wabasb pfd WmtRru Union Trt'rapo Whoring k Lake Krlo WhMUng k Laku Erie pfd WIsconHlu Central..... Aditnis Express Aninii an Bxpn-es I'nttvd 8tuu Kiria Wells-Kitrgo Express V. 8. Hubbcr C. 8. Rubber pfd IJU si liu'J w a ill i.'.ti 171 II tl li'i stst M Ki 14 si IMX 12 r 10 34 1U( Wl 4? IM UN Ml 111 iM Ml :Mi V,l ill 4 I0IS 'kW HllH Ul UK IT II 110 m us lan ft II ati a 31 s w. ID 7ie w 10 18' MS los, 4.1 H i l.'.l HUM IV4 117 IM Hi Oevernment Bonds, Following are the quotations for United States bonds at the call to-day: Ext.ts, rog 9 a 4,reg, 1907-. 114 U4!4 ts.oous., 1007 114 m Nfiw 5s. ro-., 1904 1HV'AIIH'4 New lis, coup., 1904 118 utUSlj Currenoy Ss, ISKj 101 A Curreuqy . WW 104 (A Curroncy ns, lHn7 107 & Curroocy ss, 19M lot A Currency 0. ltlW 1U 0 NEW HAVEN LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Furnished dully by KuiBF.iar, Root DAT, Hankers and Brokers, 1 Oranjo street. BAlttC STOCKS. Par Bid Asked m 10 00 w um im 1111) 100 13 08 444 105 liW ltt0'4 U44 City Bank $100 new nuven uouoiy nauunai Bank.. Meehiuilcs' Bank Merchants' National Bank.... New Haven National Bank... Trad wtni en's NatlomtHlunk.. Second National Bank Yale National Bank BAILBOAD STOCKS. Par B. ic N. V. A. L. preferred.... lOO Banbury 4 Norwalk K. H. Co. AO Detroit, Hillsdale & 8. W Housatonic R. H. Co,... NuuifHtui-k H. R. Co.). New Haven & Derby U.K. Co. New Haven k NortAaittpton. N. V.;N. H.& H.k..Co.... Shore Line K. K. . ,y ., ....... 'mfcsiKEous STOCKS. '"TT;; Par Bid Aaknl ..j -.t-: - its IKK v - 50 9tS,- 109 . 25 40 100 100 101 100 100 100 100 Bld Asked "99V " " 56 -HO et Ml 111 - 9 lflO 107 188 New Havet Gnsilttttt Co. New HAven Watr to 1 Peek, Stow k WIlooxjS.... .', Security Insurance Co Swift & Co...- ,7r...;.. Telephone Chea. k Pot Erie T. N. Y.& N.J Southern N. E U. B. Hubber preferren. par.. BAIUti UTtnanctal. . Early in the Day There Wsi Bearish Feeling Speculation Left OS Flint. - New Tork, July 20. The engagement of $2,500,000 additional gold for export to Europe to-morrow, making the total for the week $3,300,000, created a more bearish feeling in stock circles during the early hours of business to-day, and prices declined 14 to per cent.Mlssou ri Pacific and Sugar leading, the de cline in- the first named was in Mis souri Pacific with the break in the col lateral trust 5's yesterday, which in turn was the result of an unfounded ru mor that the company could not meet its August interest. The treasurer of the company to-day denied this report and offered to cash all coupons offered less 6 per cent, per annum to August On this denial the stock rallied to 26. At chison was heavy throughout), the stock falling to 3, class A to 23 and the 4's to 78. The poor statement for May and the fear of heavy assessments ac count for the heaviness of the Junior securities. The secretary of the general reorganisation committee said to-day that the report of Expert Little will be given out early next week. In the afternoon a firmer feeling pre vailed, and the general railway list ral lied to per cent., Burlington and Quincy, St. Paul and Missouri Pacific leading. American Sugar was comparat tively quiet, only 25,600 shares changt ing hands against 63,300 yesterday. Th4 stock ranged from between lOlflOJ, and left off at 101 against 102 yes terday. The tar(ff discussion in tbe, sen ate is ohecklng trading in the stock, but the disposition bn the part' of oer tain members of that body to stick to the schedule presented, 1$. the house dei ters the bears from attacking the stackj. Whiskey, after an early advance to 21 fell to 19. Chicago Gas fell to 74, rose to 75, and left off at 76.: Speculation left off tolerably firm, notL Withstanding the drop In botft "cotton and wheat to record breaking figures. Net changes show losses of to 1 pel cent, outside of Chicago Gas, St. Paul, Rock Island, Louisville and Nashville, Manhattan, Reading and Northern Pa clflic preferred, which rose to M pet cent. ' I The bonds were weak, particularly for the Atchison issues, whicho were pressed for sale. The total sales were $1,300,000. ' i Following are the ciostng prloes. re ported by Prince Whltely, banker and brokers, 46 Broadway, New Tork; and Center street. New Haven: I . Bio. Asked: American Cotton Oil Co American Cotton Oil Co. pfd..-.. American Sugav Reflnlng Co.... Am. Sugar Benning Co. pfd Atchison, Topekaft Santa Fe... Canada Southern , . . Central of New Jersey Chesapeake k Ohio Voting Ota.. Chicago k Bast Illinois pfd Chicago k Northwestern Chicago, Burlington k Qulney.v Chicago Gas Co. Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul. . Chicago, MlhrkoeAflt-Paulpfd Chicago, Book Island FaoUle.. is - 75K-. . To mil. 11 H9 Ujkj....;.: 100 100 100 100 101) 100 :5 100 60 40X 70 p BONOS. Due 11. 4 N. Y. A. L. 6a...., 7. 1W5 Holyoke WestfleH 1st 4a... 1911 Housntoiiie Consols 6s 11137 Bid Asked New Haven & Derbv 5s.. .New Haven & Derby 7s , Now Haven & Derby 8s New Haven & N. 7s, 18H9 New Haven & N. 7s, 1874 N,". & N. Consols lis N. H. k N. 1st 5s Now London Northern 1st 4s. New London Northrtn lut Bs. M. Y.&B. K. 1st 7s. Wit 1800 11100 1 lMW 190S mil 1910 1H10 im 111 N. Y. k N. B. lst.b 199,5 N.Y.&N. E.d 08.. 1902 N.Y..N. H.H.4...... 1901 N. Y., N. H. k H. Deb. 4s 1908 N. T., Prov. & Boston 7s 1899 N. Y Prov. & Boston 4s 1942 West Haven H. H. K. 6s 1912 107. DO 110 111 113 109 110)4 110 lilt 107 lWi IOJI4 107 - 1034 111 lOi 100 10 1 10t3t 101X 11a 10;) 100 . MI8CELLAKKOC8 BONDS. Due Bid Asked V. H. W. Co. s7s l!W5 103 New Haven City 7s 1901 116tf jnew riayen iny ot uxi iuu New Haven City 4s, sewerage 1914 100 New Haven City dH, " 1907 95 New Haven Town as WX New H liven Town P. P. Issue 1939 95 New Haven School 4s 1004 102 8. N. E. Telephone 6s. 1908 100 Swift & Co. tfs 1910 101 99 90 102 103tf . .. TO THE HOLDERS OF THE Consolidated Mortgage 5 p. ct. Bonds (Due April. 1, 1010), ANDTHK Collateral Trust 5 percent Bonds ' ' ' (Due Sept. 1, 1010), pefRUty has been made In tbe payment of the interest due April 1, 1894, of tho consoli dated mortgage b nda and In the payment of theinterest due March 1, 1894, of the oollateral trust bonds of the Oregon Short Lino k Utah Northern Hallway Co., The undersigned have consented to act as a committee to protect the interests of your bonds and to take whatever steps may be 'nooestary under the clroura ttirpBi's. ;- ' - f .-' '.' , ' ' An agreement bas been prepared, in acord a ice with the terms of whio'i you are asked to deposit spur bonds at the offloe of either Ih? AftBRICAN LOAN TRUST CO Ml' AN t IN boston or toe Man YORK GUAR ANTY INDEMNITY COMPANY IN NEW YORK, and conies of the aarement mav h obtained at either plaoe. NegotiAble eertlfl. nates will be Issued fur all bonds deposited, and application will at onoe be made to have them listed by the New York Stock Exchange. Steam. 1. A. L. TAN OOTROP (Chair man), ROELVINK, BROEKHAN, K. VAN KICKS, RAMUS BN, BRRtAOK, and ROON MARTSINCK, or Amsterdam, Holland, bnve consented to act as a committee to represent the consolidated puirtiragfl and oollateral trust bonds held them,- onJ Intend to work in har mony with the undersigned, and it is the pur- Eose of the undersigned committee to ant, in arroony. with the general reorganisation committee in carrying out any scheme which will promote your interests. t Is believed to be desirable that you should be represented by an Independent committee in the negotiations for a reorganisation of the system. a. K.VUICOTT FEABOOT, Chairman, president American Loan Trust Co., w,a, oAKnAw, - : (Prestdant New York Guaranty Indem nity Ce., Kaw York.) . a. rXTZ, Boston. QKORQB C. LEE, . (Of Lo, Higglnson Oo., Boston.) HOWLA14D DAVIS, New York, i JW, JOBD AN, Secretary-.- ikoo6mBte&'Bon- Stocks for Sale. 20 sbs Swift ft Co. stock. fiU hs Now Have ii Witter Co. (ttlJ) stock. iu b n. v., N. ii. ft lira. mi. Co. The Chas. W. Scranton Co., 34 CEXTKIt HTUEKT. Security Insurance C). OF NEW HAVKX. OrriCK ST CKXTKR HTKKRT. CashAwsu July 1, ism, MH,oa.t. UIHSCTOMI rtiu H. I,oBtA. Curnrhns I'lnroonu Jas. 1. Di'weli, A.C. Wllool, II. Miuwin, Joel A. Mi'iirry, K. O, Ntodilnrd, . K. Morwln, Win, H. Tyli-r, John W. Ailing, T. Artwutvr llarni-. Cll A8. 8. l.KKTK. II, MASON, PrasaitilimtL 8iorrfarv. J.D.DRWEI.L. H. C. Kt'LI.F.It, v loo rrosiueni, ass i, nocrumry, Jaleod VERMIXYE & CO., Bankers and Brokers. . Dealers in Investment Securities. 16 and 18 NASSAU 8 TREET, 3J"e-w York. Oity. FOB JULY INVESTMENT. Hew Haven Street Railway Company 20 Years S per oenL Gold Bonds. The Company's system lnoludcs The State Street Koutl, The Whitney Avenue Road, The Morris Cove Roixl. Tbe Lake Saltonstnll Itoad, and tho Lombard and Ferry Streets Sllleuge In Fair Haven. These bonds are first mortgage lien, and It can be demonstrated to the most conservative Investor that they are among the soundest se curities ever ottered In this market. Price on application. CLAKK.NCK K. THOMPSON, Je88 12t 102 Orange street. Boom IB. nr rw BURGLARY, FIRE, UlM FORGERIES, BY HirtlNQ A SAFE IN THE VAULT OF Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe, from FIVE to BIXTV DOLLARS ' Absolute - Becnrlty for Bonds. Stocks, Wills, Bullion, Plnte, Jewelry, Proolous Stones, and all evidences of values. Access to vault throtiirh the banking room of the ME- tltANlUM' UANK.. 1 CHURCH. COR. CENTER STREET. Cnnrlon rooms for eonvenlenoe of natrons All persons interested are oonltnlly invited to nspect the company's premises. Open from V a. iu. w ay. in. Tromaa'R. Trowbhioqh, Pi'osidont, Oliveu S. White, Vloe President, C1X8. H. Tiiowaaipos, See, and Treas. INVESTMENT SECURITIES. SS sh Msrphaots' Natlanal Bask stock. St sb 8. N. B. Telephone Oo. stock. 10 sh New Bareo Water Oo. stock. 86 sh Bridgeport Eleetrlo Light Oo. stock. 25 sit Boiron Klsctrio light Ca stock. $5 000 Swift 4 Co. 6 por cent, bonds. $6,000 6. If . K. Tel, Oo. 5 pm cent, debenture! Mew Haven Water Oo. Eights Bought and Bold, H. C. WARREN ft CO. BANKERS kVO BROKERS. s TECH National Tradesmen's Bank, NKW HAVEN, CONN., Draws Bills of Exchange , ON Alliance Bunk (Limited), London, Provincial Bank of Ireland, Dublin, Union Bank of SootUind, Credit Lyonnuis, Paris, And on all the Principal Cities of Europe. Issues Circular Letter of Credit Available Throughout Europe. GEO. A.JHJTLER, President. WM. T. FIELDS, Cashlor. I'tiuitictul. BANKERS ANT BROKERS, No. 46 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. T. Stock Kxchango, Produce Ex change and Chicago Board of Trade. 0. B. SOLMER, . Manager New Haven Branch. All Classes of Railway Stocks and Bond also Grain, Provisions and Cotton, Bought and Isold on Commission. Connected by Private Wire with New York, , Bpston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES , a'specialty. SECURITIES FOR SALE. 17 Shs Merchant' Nat. Bank stock. SO shi Southern N. Tel. stock. 35 shs N. Y., N. K. k H. RB. stook. 6 shs New Tork New Jersey Tel. stook. 20ehs V. S. Rubber Pref d-stock. i sfas American Bank Note stook. $2,000 Middlesex Banking Oo. 0 p. o. bonds. $r,0OQ N. Y V. H, A H. BB. 1 p. o. debent'a. $5,000 City of PaMtp, N, J 8 per ct. bonds. W, p, OTT0N & CO., 86 Orange Street. Bryaea'sEastRocRTea Store 978 State street; near Edwards. The Beit Quality Of Tea and Coffee U Our Specialty. New customers exprees their delight with the quality of our goods and are glad to find a tea store they can have confidence in. We Tbe Liverpool and. Lidi ail Globe line Co. If it llio litrifi'iii iiiiiniiiit of nwxts in this iHuuilry of any I'orolKii Flru rniuiranre Co. iloiiii; Imlnrits In IfnUoit 8tat, aiiioiiuliiirf Jim. lt, 1H!), to 1,5!IH,JT1. Tliolr ri'irM'iiiiitive in till city is North's Insurance Agency, Who luii ri'ivoiitnl this compiiny 'KARLY TWKXTV YEARS JySlot SECURITIES FOR SALE. sliN. Y...N. 11.4 II. It R. Co. H shs lloino, Wntcrtown k Ogileosbiirg-h lilt., luaninlited 9 pur ot. by N. Y. Central Kit. ' shs Chi. Juno. A Stook Yards pref. IDtlis 8vvond National Bank. 10 shs Boston Kkrtlo Light. Id) shs Portland Elcotric Light. DO shs I'-k Stow k Wilcox Oo. to shs Merlden Britannia Co. $4,000 N. Y. Cent, k Hudson BR. 1st 7s. $5,000 Old Colony Kit. 4s of 1K1. KIMHEHLY, BOOT & DAY. EXCURSION SEASON 1804. STEAMER MARGARET, Caht. John KrntOERAt,o. Oonnents with si rain launeh "Pequot" at Pico Park to ami from Htiort Iliac h. . Excur sion Mie, and slnaie way 30c m HTrjs Lravo lk-liu Dock tM a. m., 1 JO J-affTl r in. :M p. m. Louve liruuford Point 11:00 a.m., liUp.m., 6:4fi p. m. , Leave Ploo park (Doutile Beaob) 11:16 a. m., 3 p. m G p. m. PL'NDAY: Leave Belle Dock 10: Id a. m 8:15 p. m. Leave Dranfonl Point 12:111 p. m.. 5:16 p. m. Leave Pleo Park 12:.B p. tu., 63 p. ra. Special rates for soolctlcs and Sunday schools. Anolv to JOHN W. CARTER, MVr. Peck & Bishop, Ag'ts, "02 t hapol it. Attractive Vacation Season. 59-4 days visit, all expenses paid $9 AT SARATOGA SPRINGS, The Summer Fairyland. DATES Mondays. July 18, S3, 30 ; August , 13. ), 27 : hy special train service N. YT, N. H. k li. Hit., having New Haven depot at 9M a. m. Pnld attraction Include Mineral Springs, Orch(tral Concerts, Parks, Lakes. Pullman electric c:ir, 16 mile ride, Pompeia and many fascinating details. Thre lav' Tour, personally cnnducterl, to Block Inland, 7 and SH. Leaving Now Haven depot 7:60 a. m. July H, HI, 28, by Hy geln Si Hcorcatlon Tourist Co. For further Information call on PECK. & BISHOP, Jylg tf Gcnoral agente, 703 Cliapol streot. Finest Day Resort on Long Island Sound. THH STBAMEK JOHN H. STARIN, CAPTAIN McALlBTER, Will commence her regular trips to this beau tiful Island Thursday, July 5, continuing Every Tuesday and Thursday During the season. Leaving New Haven from foot of Brown struct at 8:30 a. m. sharp, and Glen Island at 4 p. m., giving ono-halt hour longer on the Island than nroviouH seasons. The attractions at the Island are well known, hut wo will mention those superior dinners, Olen Island Clambakes, Little Germany, Boat ing, Bathing, Dally Concerts at the Grand Pa vilion, and other attractions that go to make up a nret-olass pleatmre resort. Fare, round trip, 75c; children between ages 6 and 12, 40c; one way, 50c. Special rates to parties of 100 and over. Music for dancing on bout. No liquors allowed on the boat, which in a sufficient guarantee that ladles and chil dren need not tear molestation. C. H. FISHER, Jy3tf Agent. HERRMANN'S CAFE, Grove Street, SAVIN ROCK. CHOICEST brands of Wines, Liquor and yj Cigars, constantly on hand. Tlerrmann's oelebrated "Monopol Lager" In bottles and on draught. Ladles' Parlors second floor. JULIUS HERRMANN, Late of Turn HallNew Haven, Je85Zm Proprietor. Hotel Monopole, (European Plan.) ; 14 and 16 Church Street. Cafe. AFE and Ladles' Restaurant oonnooted witb notei. vr nui ijuncu sorvea in jeiu IMPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATIONS Made during the dull summer month have made . MO.HITXEY'S f)W NEW HAVEN HOUSE nsBsUlHore comfortable than over for both permanent or transient guest. Traveling men ure shown especial attention, sll SETH H. MQ8BLEY. H CURNEN'S CAFE, Railroad Grove, Savin Rook, AS risen like a phoenix from Its ashes. Thoroughly renovated and repaired. Fleasantest place on the shore. Full line of choicest brand of Wines,' Liquors, Lager Beer and Cigar, always on hand. MICHAEL OUBNEN, jy41m Proprietor, THIMBLE ISLAND USE Aalpfk Steamer Sunshine pasl Twice Daily -l 1 to Pot Rock Island. SUPERIOR SHORE DINNEBS. Send for Term for Board Price Reduced. JtflTto aul WILLIAM H. I1AKXE8. THE CLARENDON HOTEL, SARATOGA SPRINGS. N.Y, . This elegant and leading hotel on fffffi Broadway, opposite Congress Park, wUl ttvk I be open the 20th ot June for the Mason. FfaYrlglne, large room facing on three street. Cuisine faultless. Webiftedcrphee. tra, etc., etc. Engagemente can be made la advance for any specified time t beers' iSMMBk Term reasonable. leWodni THE CONNECTICUT D AND WEEKLY ML Containing 111 the Im portant News III to i Tii of Its tan ON THURSDAY MOffllNG. A Clean, Conservative and Reliable Weekly Newspaper. It is a Woi6 Visitor h PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAfi. P1LI8MG CfllANt No. 400 State StrMlj NEW HATEN, CONN. v ... : ., '.i''''- ;.'::