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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 1894.
SHOWERS AT CAMl'IEETING HhKIItl MICH DiTUHBEI BT JtAiS YK8TSMDAT VOHSINO. Ho Hero Building Lots to bo Ohrea way -Truatea Want to Make Many ! ireueuts Intereetlng Nrnwii by Dr. C. P. Maerten of Hew Have Iteauli of the Annual Kleotlon. I'lalnrllls Camp Mootlug Ground, Aug. 9. Tlil ll tU first Any of which 'the people attending the Plulnvllle I'limp meeting have bad any reiuon to compUlu of the weather. The element! wore decidedly oue of aorta. The ralu commenced to fall early In the morn Ing and wet the tents thorough before the occupants hnd arisen. When the first train came In ailed with now arrival the weather win atlll foreboding. The l ain had one good and welcome effect, thut of laying the dust on the rouds nbout the camp ground, which was not loss tbau two or tbreo Incite thick. Tlio duy't services ootninuncod with a "sunrise" meeting ut 0 o'clock. The Introduction of this tort of praise moot ing proved quite aiiounsriful, Inasmuch at aeveral hundred persons attuuded. Ex-Presldlng Elder Hill presided. An uuusually large coutrroKatiou -eembled at 1U o'clock In anticipation of hearing the Iter. J. H. Hand of the East Pearl street church, Now Haven, preach. Shortly utter 10 o'clocK the camp chorus, led by Professor Harvey of Bristol, commenced a short session of song. A strenuous effort has been made by Prof. Harvey this year to gather about him a choir larger In numbers and more capable from a musical standpoint than any other that has been organized since the Institution of the camp. That he has succeeded Is manifested by the good music rendered and by the large num bers that turn out to listen to It. At the morning service to-day the presid ing elder paid quite a, tribute to the choir. During the singing the rain, which had ceased for- a while, again commenced to pour. One of the greatest efforts that has been made in the Interest of the Plaln vllle camp was made by Presiding Elder North at the beginning of the morning service, when he started in a vigorous manner to raise the sum of $1,050 to pay the entire debt on the camp building, situated at the entrance of the ground, which was built two years ago for the purpose of having a man on the grounds the year round. The rent of the. place Is given gratis to Lyme Allen In con sideration of his care for the grounds. Mr. North stated that he fully expected to raise the sum because he never had yet asked any amount of money but what he got it. Already he had raised $260, that he was going to raise the re mainder before the day closed by issu ing shares, half shares and quarter shares at $10, $5 and $2.50 respectively, and that he expected every member of the society to take these shares accord ing to the,Ir ability. He further stated ' that many Improvements were neces sary In and about the grounds, that new water facilities were indispensable to the needs of the camp, considering is growth in the past few years, that concrete walks were requisite to pre vent In some degree the dust from ris ing and filling the tents, that a new and more commodious preacher's house should be built, that the grounds be en closed by substantial, fjegjing and that an auditorium be built for the accom modation of theT congregation at open air meetings. The presiding elder enu merated other needs, but the above he mentioned as the most important. While Mr. North was distributing slips for donations there was a rumble in the heavens, followadJiy a prolonged roar and a sudden flash-of lightning. Then came the rain that had been stor ing Itself for a long time. It Is the first that has fallen In this vicinity for some time and while It made things uncom fortable for those In camp, it was greet ed by the farmers with-manifestations of delight. The rain continued, as did also the thunder, and iha presiding elder, who hsjd just started his can vassers' at work, had only time to re mark to "the test-disappearing congre gation that he would canvass every tent on the grounds before the close of the day and would raisff the money at all hazards. The rain prevented the Rev. Mr. Hand from preaching, and as a result many persons were disappointed, especially those that arrived at camp to-day pur posely to Jlsten to him. The disappointment among Mr. Hand's personal friends was so heart felt that an attempt was made to secure the manuscript of his sermon for the purpose of' printing It. This, however, -was futile, as Mr. Hand thought that It was an Impropriety to publish a sermon that had not been preached. At noon old 601 showed his face through the clouds and a little later the sky cleared, leaving the remainder of the day pleasant. At 1:30 o'clock the trustees held an important meeting, when the necessities mentioned above were thoroughly discussed. Although no definite action was taken, owing to the depleted condition of the treasury, It was concluded that the improvements should be made in turn acccordlng to their imp6rtance When sufficient money was raised to warrant them. The meet ing was the most enthusiastic held In years, all the present trustees being imbued with spirit of "push," which has been foreign to the board In the past. Last year the tnistees gave to 'members of the society twenty-three building lots, . with .the, simple conditions that they would build upon them. It has been decided, this year that no such girts wilt again be made, but that peo ple wishing lots must pay a reasonable price for them at least. t . , ' , Thej trustees did not finish all their business and another meeting has been called for to-morrow. .-The after noon service was the largest so far this week. There were about 1,000 per ions present. The sermon was preached by the .Rev. CP Masden. Dt D., of the First Methodist church, New Ha ven, who .delivered an interesting dis course on the necessity of the repent ance of sin At this meeting Presiding Elder. North and trustees of the society 'did ' considerable toward raising the $1,060. tate in th afternoon it was estimated that spoilt one-half of this' had been raised. , It"ls tRoughtnat' at the evning sefvlcp5Ji(Jtner larg-Bum will DV ralsed'and, to-morrow, whiihr If clear, promlsebrto e lhe largesfet tendance of the-- week it la Expected that the entlraipouni.wlll - jijsib scribed. . A chUdi-stS sftrdtafr&ui .held during the. tfternooiv-wbioh was Jed by Mrs. Arbuckle of Bhelton. who spoke on the necessity of frankness and simplicity In the young. Yesterday at the annual election officers for the fol lowing year were elected trustees: Rev. Crandall J. North, New Haven; John M. Parker, Hartford; John H. Ses sions, Bristol; Charles A. Baldwin. New Haven; Ralph O. Hlbbard, New Britain; Moses W. Teriill, Mlddleneld; William V. Da nn, New Haven; Thomas Leavltt, Bristol; Henry Cowlishaw, Hartford; Rev. E. L. Thorpe. Hartford; Rev. B. M. McCauley, Windsor Looks; Uev. N. J. Chadeayne, 8helton. President Ralph O. Hlbbard. Vice president Charles A. Baldwin. Secretary John M. Parker. Treasurer William F. Dunn. On preparation of grounds W. A. Gregory, C. C. Taylor, C. A. BaUwin H. Cowlishaw. On privileges John M. Parker, John H. Sessions, Ralph O. Hlbbard. On straw and lumber W. A. Gregory, J. H. Sessions. On railroads Crandall J. North.John M. Parker, Charles A. Baldwin, William F. Dann, William J. Smith. On music John M. Parker, Charles A. Baldwin. On storage William A. Gregory. On finance John H. Seaslons.Thomae Leavltt, William F. Dann. On corporation house John M. Park er. On rental and care of cottages William F. Dann, Charles C. Taylor. On public worship and rules and teg ulatlons The presiding elder, president and secretary. On police John M. Parker. On location and lease of tents and sale of lots Thomas Leavltt, Moses W. Terrlll, Charles C. Taylor. Auditing committee H. CowIlshaw.C. C. Taylor. On advertising The president and secretary. On oil and lights John M. Parker. The services to-morrow (Friday) will be as follows: 10:30 a. m., sermon. Rev. J. A. Mac mlllan of Seymour; 2:30 p. m., sermon Rev. F. W. Hannan of Meriden; 7:30 p m., sermon, Rev. E. A. Dent of Windsor Locks. rifia coifNBCTicrr. Election or Officers South Norwalk the Next Vlace of Meeting. Norwich, Aug. 9. The twenty-eighth reunion of the Fifth Connecticut was held In this city to-day. There were about seventy-five present.most of them from the western part of the atute. The veterans took an excursion about the city this morning on electric cars, and afterwards held a business meet ing in Lucal hall. The president of th association, George M. Rice, was in tht chair. The officers elected were: Pres ident. C. F. Hallock of South Norwalk; vice president, D. N. Carpenter of Nor wich; secretary and treasurer, E. N. Marvin of Hartford; chaplain, Horace Blgelow of WUllmantic. It was voted to hold the next meeting August 9, 1896, at South Norwalk; The meeting adjourned after a banquet in O. A- K. hall. " WALLiyOTOKD. ,Rev. M. T- Emery, offiolated at .the funeral of George Allen yesterday af ternoon. The bearers were H. L. Hall, B. R. Hall, L. M. Monroe and O. I. Mar tin. Sam Hubbard Is In Pawlings, N. T on a visit to his classmate. Samuel Hopkins of Toledo, O., arrived here Wednesday evening. General W. R. Pease and family are home from Block Island. Mrs. Norval Harrison of Baltimore Is the guest of her brother, William McDonald. . The body of Rev. F. B. Marble's baby. Which died In Pine Orchard Wednesday evening, arrived here yesterday at 12:80 and will be burled this afternoon at 2 o'clock In the, North Main street ceme tery.. Theodore Duplesis" six- months old baby died yesterday at the home of Hubert Chamberlain. Funeral this af ternoon at 4 o'clock. Burial in North Main street cemetery. There are now forty meters of water In the gatehouse at Paugh pond, which shows a fall of nine inches In two weeks. Rev. J. B. Wlldman and daughter, Clara, are . visiting for two weeks at Llthgrqw, N. Y. W. A. Goodrich of Washington street is 111 with malarial fever. Maltby, Stevens & Curtis Co.'s works are shut down until Monday. The Meriden saloonkeepers will play ball here With the local liquor dealers on Wednesday, August 23. Rev. M. T. Emery will preach in the Episcopal church on Sunday. Will the board of burgesses agree to give Frank Hall the $368 for his land on South Orchard street Is a question frequently asked. A M1BBVXXX1H TREAT. The Grand Open Air Festival at Savin Rook Next Wednesday. L One of the biggest, attractions of the entire season for the publlo of this city and vicinity, will bt the grand open air festival to be given at Sarin Rock next Wednesday afternoon and even ing by Innes' famous' New York band, which will produce the great desclp tlve musical spectacle "War and Peace," punctuated by a battery of electric firing cannons, and aided alio by a grand vocal quartet See advertisement for prices. - , - - f The Pittsburg exposition, which Is the grandest In Its time in America, and the place where the highest prloe Is paid for music, insists on having Innes' band year after year; because it is the only band 'which can draw people enough to main it pay. The present season, running for seven weeks from September 5, will be the third year that Mr. Innes has furnished music, which, show, that this great corporation considers , hl great band to be the best In America. . The most conservative critic In "America, and the most difficult to please, are those of the Pittsburg press, but tjley are unan imous In pronouncing Mr. Innes the greatest bandmaster of the day, and his band without equal. The character of his programs arr also Dralsed. being educational. -varied-and tremendously popular. . . HEW UAVKS WILL HOT DUB AX J. Rainors Thai the Lorml Baseball Teas Would Play Ho More Oame Pronounced gals. A rumor to the effect that the New Haven baseball team had been, dis banded and would not play out the sea son gained considerable credence about the center of the city last night, but according to the statements of men di rectly Interested In the club there is absolutely no truth In the report. Although the game at the Bavin Rock grounds have not for some time been self supporting still, It It said, the team will be kept In the field and will oontlnue to play exhibition game throughout the balance of the season. Already a number of games have been arranged and the local team will re main Intact at least for the present The team will play In Mllford to morrow and next week will play with the Torrlngton, Wlnsted and Water bury teams. When the rumor of dlebandment ivhs circulated last evening It found many ready believers, but It was later proved to be absolutely without foun dation. An effort was made to see Manager Harry R, Durant In connec tion with this rumor, but all effort in this direction proved futile. Ex Manager John McKee, who Is also me of the directors of the association, was seen , however, and emphatically nated that there was not the slightest scintilla of truth in the report. "Why," jatd he, "we play in Mllford Saturday and even now have a number of games arranged for later in the season. That lon't look very much like disbanding, loes It? Several games which we have arranged have been cancelled, but the lates have been filled by engagements with other clubs. The reason why the fames were cancelled was owing to the fact that Manager Durant oould tot secure the amount of guarantee .vhlch he desired. You can positively ay that there Is absolutely no truth o th report that the team is about to disband." Other well known men whd are finan cially interested In the team stated that to far as they knew there was ebso utely no truth in the reported dls bandment, but that on the contrary the team would not only continue to ilay out the present season but will be n existence and put up even a suffer irticle of ball next season. It Is a singular fact that the New Haven team can make more money )ut of town than they can on the home Trounds. The patronage at the home tames has been small, but notwlth itanding this fact the club has not ost a great deal of money during the season. FATAL FAIL. A Trolley Wlro Builder Breaks His Neok. Meriden, Aug. 8,-Rlchard Mathews. Jr., was fatally injured this morning it . . ..a-.. "muv i nw lor ine eieotrio road on East Main street. He was working on a ladder eighteen feet above the ground and in trying to piaoe a new trolley wire in position fell on the tracks be !pw. The baok of his head struolt on one of the rails, fracturing one of the uoivium verieurae. He was taken to the hospital in an unconscious condi tion and the dootor announced this af ternoon that he was dying, respiration having failed. i Striker Go Baek. ' At noon yesterday fhe clgarmakera employed at Cunningham ft Col,s' fac tory on Franklin street returirtdf to work, the firm conceding the demands of the Strikers to Increase the rates U. At the beginning of the trouble the manufacturers endeavored to make a strong fight, but last week their sup ply ran out and yesterday morning the situation was such as to -compel them to send for the clgarmakers who struck and tell them that the increase in wages would be granted. The clgarmakers received from $13 to $16. a thousand for making the elgars. ' The men who struck at Gallagher's factory have also returned to work. Murderer Commit Suicide. New York, Aug. 9. Charles Miller, twenty-six years old, awaiting trial for the murder of. August Loeffler April IS last, cut bis throat with a razor in his cell In the Tombs prison this morning and died a few hours later at Belleyue hospital. Ftnanctal. We are the sole representative. in New Ha ven of all but one of the Six strongest Fire In surance companies doing business la United Rtatna. measured bv tHelr mirnlit iwtitnv. holders. The five we represent are as follows: BUKH.UB, Aetna, : 17,010,933 Ins. Go. Mo. Amsrica, 4,S3B,E08 Hortfnnl J Ril 771) IIMtlVI Ug VVTVI I If Liverpool I Lci I filch, 3,028,525 Phoenix, Htmoni, Z,71J,1S3 Nortb's Insurance Akency. 70 Charek Street, u48t Stocks and Bonds for Sale. B0 sbs If. YV.H.k H. HB. Co. i U shs Southern Hew England Telephone; 5 shs New Tot It Rew Jersey Tel, -10 sbs Boston Eleotle Ught Oo. 100 shs Portland Kleotrio Light. v bs American Pank Kote Co. K Wihs Mew Raven Water Co. X 100 sltf Peek Mow Wucox Oe, .-V .-; ' 40 sbs Chi. June. A Stock Tarda erft 10 ihsConsoUdated Boiling stoek. U,fcMBeiftOo.aof Wio,,,. jjyui laauaepous ugh On. gold a . . t KIOEBLT, SOOT Js DAT. Si The Itallway sod If leeeUaneowi Market Is Strong asd Hither. New York. Aug. . The railway and miscellaneous share market Is strong and higher during the morning session on a belief that the tariff conferees would reach a settlement shortly and report a bill to their respective houses. In addition the sterling exchange took a downward turn and posted rates were reduced to i.87m.6i). This was considered a meaning that gold ex ports would stop for the season and contributed not a little to the strength of the share market. The grain mar kets had still less Influence on stocks and bull traders In the Utter were con tldent that the damage alleged to have been sustained to corn will not be borne out by the government report due to-morrow, The stocks most In demand were the Louisville and Nashville, the grangers, Lead, Tobacco and others In which there Is known to be a large short In terest Louisville and Nashville ad vanced 24 to S2tt, Manhattan 2 to 116, Western Union 1 to 88tt. Cotton Oil m to 30. Tobacco 1 to 927. Lead 1(4 to 42. Big Four 1 to 36, Denver and Illo Grande preferred to 30 H. On tario and Western 1 to 16t, Union Pa clHo to 9. Toward midday the gen eral list showed a reaction of U to per cent., the result of Intimations from Washington that the house conferees were standing out for further conces sions. Including free coal. This In duced some of the bulls t, lighten their loads, but near the close when Louisville and Nashville advanced ,to the top of the day, the whole market Improved. In the Industrials Sugar first ad vanced 114 to 107, then receded to 10514 and rallied to 106, Chicago Gas was weak throughout and sold-down 1 to 74ffl)4. Lead, however, was In request and on favorable rumors scored an advance of about a point. The gen eral market left off Arm to strong and anywhere from H to 2 per cent, higher on the day. Chicago Gas lost per cent. The leading rates indicate that the short interest In .the market Is still heavy and nearly all the leading is sues command a premium. The bond market continues active and strong. Sales were $1,448,000. Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince ft Whltely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New York, and 16 Center street. New Haven: Bid. Asked. American Cotton Oil Co 29 -i American uoreon uu to. , pru ... ix . American Sugar Refining Co.... 106V ti. Sugar Refining Co. pfd Oik A 'Meon,Topeka8entFe.... H i inada Southern 499 Central of New Jersey 10 Chesapeake ft Ohio Voting Cto.. 18 Chicago It East Illinois pfd Chicago Northwestern 10414 Chioago, Burlington It Qulnoy.. . 71H ChloaaaOasCo 74H Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul.. 60f Chicago, Mllw'keeSt.Paul pfd. 117 "4 Chicago, Rock Island 4 Pacific. 4 Chicago, St. P., M. & Omaha 049j Cleveland, C.C.& St. Louis....'.. 37 Col., Hocking Valley ft Toledo.. . 17V4 Consolidated Oas 120W Delaware & Hudson 'Canal...... 1841 Delaware, Lack. & Western 1W Denver A Rio Grande pfd 80)f Die. & Cattle Feeding Co, 18 w General BleetHc Co,....,.. 8M4 I linois Central. ..: ..'..- 90 Lake Shore & Michigan So m Lake Erie & Western 16 14 Lake Kne & Western pfd 65 LouievilleANashvfil".. 51',' Louisuille A Ne Albany 1 Louisville & New AitMiw pfd. . . ; 23 Laoede Gas. r-i-f.v..Ht 1? ' Missouri, Kansas & Texas 1i( Missouri, Kansas & Texas ffdr.it Manhattan Elevated ..; 11 Missouri Pacific...-.,..,..,., Sni New $wk & New HaVeh. 181 N.Y.&N. E.,2d paid 18 New York Central Hudson ... 984 N.Y.. Chicago 4 St. Lonls. 11 N.f.,LBke Erie & Western 14 N. Y. Lake Erie ft Western pfd. . 88u N.Y.Ontario ft Western... 16,' Norfolk ft Western pfd L1 22kJ North American Co 3l Northern Paolflo 3m Northern Paciflo Pfd... 15 National U. S. Cordage Oo Zl National tr. 8. Cordage Co., pf d . . 83 National Lead Co 41V National Lead Co. pfd Kji Paainc Mall 8. S. Co 14 Peoria, Decatur & EvansvtUe.... 3 Phlla. ft Reading Voting Cts 18 Pullman Palace Car Co 156 Rich, ft W. T, T. tr., 5th Inst. p'd. Itii Silver Bullion Cert's i Tennessee Coal ft Iron 18Jf Tennessee Coal ft Iron pfd.. Texas ft Pacific . 9i 105$ 19 9 104 1V4 60 k 118' Si 86 37 K Kit? 134$ it) i H 80 H 18 H 87M MX 130 17, ?, a 27 )8 14 117 14 K 15 14)4 2W 15H 22 87 42 86 16K 18S? 157 Mi 18X I t 10X ( 151 112 54 118 37 id q., Ann Arbor ft North Mloa . . 414 Talon Pacific.. union ra aclfle. Denver ft Gulf.... abash... 6 Wabash pfd 15 WeeternlTnion Telegraph 88 Wheeling ft Lake Erie 10HI Wheeling & Lake Erie pfd 39 Wlsoonsln Central lHi Adams Express 149 American Express.........; 110 United States Express, i,.j4,. 50 Wells-Fargo Express 113 n.f.Rubper.. 84 V.$. Rubber pfd ,....,. 81 Government Bonds. Following are the quotations for United States bands at the call to-day: Ext. 2s, reg 96 4s, reg., 19 WH&lUX New 6s,ooup., 1904..... .. llfHOlU uurrenoy oa. tsw .vu...i iui e currency es, vm. iv Currency 6s. 1897 107 Surrsnby 6s, 1898 urrencj 0s, 1899 ......,.,. N.V.ftN.H.lst7s ..... 1906 N. T. ft N. E. 1st 6s 1996 . f . ft lf,B. 2d ds.. ..;r.M;iJ ! i !, ri(.R tH l...i 1DM Un N. ., N. H, ft H, Deb: 4s. .... 1908 104 ' 105 n. i.rmT.spuNuo ii.,., u uu N. V., Prov. & Boston 4a tea 100 - West Haven H. It. R. 6s 19U 100 - , ' 'wscEixAiriotrs bohos. Jue Bid Asked KH. W. Do.'a 7s. ...... ........ lat im New Haven City 7s 1901 116 X Sew Haven City 5s 1897 100 - ew Haven City 4a, ewraf-1914 100 - New Haven City 8s, " 1607 96 99 New Haven Town Sks........' ' 96X . New Haven Town P?P. Issue 199 98 91 New Haven School 4s..,....,. 1904 10S S.N.B'.Telephonels.... 1908 100 108 SwlftftCo.98 1910 log 108 NKW HAVEN LOCAL QUOTATIONS. ),,.. , y, !f, ,, furnished dally by KlMBSaLT, Root ft DAT, . Bankers and Brokers, 133 Orange stree. - '.1 , . C BAKE exocsj. . . ...... , . Pat Hid Aalrart uty pan . . New Haven County National nana. Meehanlos'Bank. Merchants' National Bank-. . New Haven National Bank... tradesmen's National Bank.. Second National Bank. ....... Talt National Bank..; 116M BAllJIOAblrrOOISS. Par 'Bid Asked, B. ft N. T. A. L. preferred. log 99 DanburyftNorwaUiBJ.Oo, 60 to m ionsatoiUeJ.B.o.iiij.l.t0, Natag-ntUckyR. Rt Oo. erbVH;S New HaTjh ft DerUr tteir Haven ft Northami on. 100 .... 100 . u.a b, a. a, 1st 188 1 ,aes.a..,.., I- 109 a -lis - 110 112 106 108V 8 - lS.lS3: loo ustf - 100 1664 - 100 U4if MISCaLLASSOfS rrOCKS. Tar Bid Aakud Sen Havea Oaa Light Co.... 6 New Haven Water Co 60 Peck.Hlow Wlloox 26 Hvoiirlty Insurauoe Co 40 swift ft C0..1.. 1(0 Teleiibone'-Chea. ft Pot ! tin 23 ;i5 101 66 47 96W 1M 93 as 4d n w Erie. iw N. V. ft N. J low aiiulhera N. E 100 V. H, Uubber preferred, par. . W WAtLKOAO SON Dr. Due 1911 WIT 1918 19110 1HU 1N 18M BIO AV1 "(Of 99 lis -III - sitrcrjccu.::..: Holyoke WeetOeld lata.. Iluu wtonto Consuls 6s New Haven 4V Derby 6t , New Haven ft Derby 7s ew Haven a Dorbr 6a 1U9 110M 1 10 118 w; loi), 107 111 1U! lew Haven ft N. 7s, 1809 lew Haven ft N. 7s, 1874 I. H. ft N. Consols OS..., 1. 11. ft N. lat 6a 1911 New London Northern lat 4a. 1010 New Loudon Northern 1st 6s. 1910 tunuctal. COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our services to the publlo to buy and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc., on oommlMlnn. Our expert enoe and extensive acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well, Buslnoss so licited. Roapcctfully, W. & R. F00TE, apWtf 430 Male iHtreet. Security Insurance Co. OP NEW HAVEN. OFFICE 87 CENTER STREET. Cash Assets July 1, 1804, 380,088.40. DlHEcrons: Chaa. S. Leete, Cornelius Plerpont, T D. Dnwell. A. C. Wllonx. rt Mason, Joel A. Sperry, K. U. Stoddard, b. b. Merwin. Wml Tyler, , John W. Ailing. T. Atfwater Barnes. CHAS. S. LEBTE, H. MASON, President. Secretary. J.D.DEWBLL, H. C. FULLER, Vlco President. Ass't. Secretary. laleod SECURITIES FOR SALE. 60 shs Swift ft Co. stock. 25 shs New Haven Water Co. stock. 35 shs Merchants' National bank stock. S5 shs Bridgeport Eieotrio Light Co. stock. 25 shs Southern New England Tel. Co. stock. 95 shs Hume, Watertown ft Ogdeneburg HB. Co stock. 4 shs Yale National bank stock. 5 aha National Tradesmen's bank stock. 2800 Swift ft Co. 8 per cent, bonds. SfOO N. Y., N. H. ft H. RK. Co. debs, to 0 City of Derby, Conn., 4 per cent, bonds. tOOO Town of Greenwich. Ct., 4 p. c. bonds. MOO South. N. E Tel. Co. 5 per cent. debs. H. C. WARREN & CO., 108 Orange street. VERMILYE & CO., Bankers and Brokers. Dealers in ,. Investment Securities. ltd 18 NASSAU STREET, Weaxv Tork. Olty. BANKXKS AND BROKERS, No. 46 Braidway, New York, ANU 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. T. Stock Exchange, Produce Ex change and Chicago Board of Trade. C. . BOLMER, Manager New Haven Branoh. AU Classes of Railway Stocks and Bonds also Grain, Previsions and Cotton, Bought and bold op Commission. Connected by Private Wire with New York, Boston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A 1 SPECIALTY. National Tradesmen's Bank, HEW HAVEN, CONN.. Draws Bills of Exchange Alliance Bank (Limited, London, Provincial Bank of Ireland, Dublin, Union Bank of Scotland, Credit Lyonnaia, Paris, And on all the Prlqofpal Cities of Europe. Issues Circular Letters of Credit Available Throughout Europe. GEO. A. BUTLBB. President. WM. X FIELDS, Cashier. MTV BURGLARY, FIRE, Ulil FORGERIES, BY HWINO A SAFE IN THE VAULT OF Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of Safe, from FIVE to SIXTY DOLLARS. Absolute Security for Bonds, Stocks, Wills. Bullion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones, and all evidences of values. Access to vault throuah the banking room of the ME CHANICS' BANK, TS CHURCH, COR. CENTER STREET. Coupon rooms tor convenience 01 patrons All persons interested ore cordially Invited to nspeot the company's premises. Open front 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Thomas k. TBOwaarDOB, President, OuvEii S. Whits, Vice President, Cbas. H. TBomntiBOB, Sec. and Tress. HERRMANN'S CAFE, Grove Street, SAVIN ROCK. CHOICEST brands of -Wines, Liquors and j Cigars, constantly on band. Herrmann's celebrated "Monopol Later" iq kettles and orrdrautrht. - -Ladles' Parlors second floor. JULIUS HERRMANN. , Lateqf Turn Hall Jfew Raven, Jet5 8m . ,. .Proprietor. Hotel Honopole, (European Plan.l ' 14 and 16 Church Street. AFK and Ladles' Bestaurant obnnestnl j with hotel. esr-BOT LUNCH Served In Cafe. ' lelO IMPROVEMENTS: IXa ALTERATIONS Made durinf the 011 summer months' " i .-..... . hav-made '-- - - - - HOBStSY'S . ..j jgjl. . VWHAVXIf HOCSB. ' fciiilMore comfortabls than ever for both pernumentortrenslenti-ueeta. Travelincmeit -,WgxiaLMQ81LBlf, gutcrtataraeutfl. Grai Open Air Festiyal, SAVIN ROCK, RAIN OR SHINE, Afternoon snd evening-, Wednesday, August 15, INNES' Famous New York Band, Producing the a-rcat descriptive mimical spectacle, WAR AND PEACE. I'uuctuatcd bjr a Battery of Eieotrio Firing Gannons. GRAND Vocal Quartette. Matinee prices il and 50c. Ermine; 25o, 5ft-, ;flo. Tickets (or sale at Loowls', 893Chspol s. auli) 2t CALVERLY. The Greatest Eihibition of the Year AT SAVIN ROCK Tbls Week, Kvery Afternoon and Evening. Wednesdny, Friday and Saturday at tM and f ;30 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00 and :D0 p. m. aut) St Greatest Tour of the.Season. GRAND PERSONALLY CONDUCTED FOUU DAI S TOCK. 515-Four Days Tour, expenses paitf-J15 Under the management of I lygola A Rec reation Tourist Co. Speolal train leaves Union depot at 8 a. to. Tuesday, August 1-lth, arriving at Niagara Fnll early the samo evening. Parlor oars attached (seats ?S.oo extra each way), whloh should be reserved in advanoe. Call at onoe on PECK & BISHOP, General agents, 702 Chapel street, for further Information. Four more of the delightful trips to Sara toga Aug-.6, 13, S ', srT ; $9.'0 pays all expenses of four davs' tour. uiu ror "'iounst world,- descriptive of trip. au3 tt 700 MILE SEA TRIPS By the beautiful NEW STEAMSHIPS of tbe Old Dominion Line, To Old Point Comfort or Virginia Beach and Return, (Hygela Hotel), (Princess Arne Hotel), Most delightful resorts on the Atlantic ooast for a SUMMER OUTING, lh I A Old Point Comfort, SU6.00 aie I J K Virginia Beach, ' SJIT.OO I J I .1 I fl -A day and a quarter at .ill W I U either hotel, V 1 1 Including Every Expense Of meals and berths en route and a day and a quarter's board at either hotel. This trip la an Ideal one, as the course skirts the coast., with little likelihood of seasickness, and passes In review many watering places and points of interest. Apply to Peck Si Bishop, Chapel St., or to OLD DOMINION 8. 8. CO., Pier 26, N. It., New York. W. L. QulUaudeu, Traffic M'gr. jyfflltwd EXCURSION SEASON 1894. STEAMER MiRGARET, Capt. John Fitzgerald, Leave Belie Dock t:46 a. in., 1:80 bp. m. 4:80 p. m. ve uranford rolnt lliuu a. m.. z:u n. m.. 11:46 p. m. Leave Floo park (Double Beach) 11:16 a, m., 8 p. m., 6 p. m. SUNDAY: Leave Belle Dock 10:11) a. ru 2:16 p, ra. Leave Branford Point 12:15 p. m., 5iU p. m. Leave Pioo Park U:M p. in., S:00 p. m. Boat tickets admit free 1 1 theater and dan olng. Moonlights loave at S o'olock p. in. Special rates for societies and Sunday schools. Apply to JOHN W. CARTER, M'gr. Peck A Bishop, Ag'ts, 703 Chapel st. Finest Day Resort on Long Island Sound. THE 8TEAMBR JOHN H. STARIN, CAPTAIN MOALISTBR. Will oommenoe her regular trips to this beau tiful bland Thursday, July 8, continuing livery Tuesday and Thursday During the season. Leaving New Haven from foot of Brown street at 8:80 a. m. sharp, and Glen Island at 4 p. m., giving one-half hour tonger on the Island than previous seasons. The attractions at the Island are well known, but we will mention those superior dinners, Oten Island Clambakes, Little Germany, Boat. Ins, Bathing, Dally Concerts at the Grand Pa vilion, and other attraction that go to make up a flrst-cUhss pleasure resort. Fare, round trip, Wo; children between ages 6 and It. Mo; one way. Wo. Snoolal rates to parties of U0 and over. Huslo for dancing on boat. No liquors allowed on the boat, whloh is a sufficient guarantee that ladles and oW C. H. FISHER, Agent. Jytf THE CLARENDON HOTEL, BABATOQA 8PKINGB,H. T. - . This elegant and leading J hotel on Park, win Broadwav. oDDoalte Congress be open tne UStD or juneior w tne Sotu or juneior w seaaon. streets. Culain faultless. Celebrated orohea tra. etc.. eta. Bjigagements can be nade ia nine, large roooia lacing on tores advanoe for any apeolned time at beers: THE CONNECnCUT EW AND Containing ill tne portant News an to tlie Tiie or its - ON THURSDAY MORNING. 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