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NEW HAVEN MOKSiNG JOURNAL AND COURIER MONDAY; AUGUST 13 1894.
IN CAMl AT NIANTIC. tub tt.tr iv caw rtsnrnHo- fKATVHKB Of TH B 14 Y, Two Services Maid la Front , of Brigade Ueaduuartera. Oondurtett by Kev. Justin E. Twltchiill and Utlwf Clargjr-A M 111 ' . ten MU4 Aim Meld-lit. Hmr, Msbop Tlemey Vlaltor Seven Mamliar or the Unit rroMmtod With atervlee MU1 Captain John I'. Habooek, U.S.A., Called ln.HM Visitors arivim Camp Bradley, Nlantlc, Aug. 12. The firt Sabbath of the National guards men In camp patted off very quietly, and although the weather was not Just of the Variety that would be desired a. large number of viiltora were attract ed to the camp ground. Thli forenoon the weather was showery but at noon the dark threatening clouds which over eait the sky cleared away and the sun'a rays brightened everything on the camp ground. The men slept all night under extra, covering of blankets be cause of the chilly night air and at reveille at 6 o'clock this morning the camp ground was alive with the guards men who had passed through the first day's work at camp this year. The work thus far has been easy for nearly all the time yesterday was taken up in arranging tents and preparing to settle down for the week s work. This morn' lug about two thousand people' arrived from New London and the towns In the vicinity, and In addition two large excursions came from Hartford. The steamer City of Richmond brought down about 2,000 excursionists and the tug Mable also from Hartford, steamed Into Nlantlc bay with about 75 people on board. Religious services were .held at the headquarters of the chaplains of each of the regiments early this morning. ' A novelty Introduced this year In the religious service was a military mass which was celebrated at the Y. M. C. A. tent for the benefit of the Catholic militiamen In camp. The mass was eel ebrated by the Rev. Father .Broderlck, of Hartford. Colt's full military band, of Hartford, was present and played Haydn's mass In F. At the elevation of the host, the members of the various companies who-were present stood up and presented arms. The service was a beautiful one and It brought forth much comment. There were present one company from the First regiment two from . the Second, one from the Third, and four from the Fourth. The service was held at 8 o'clock and the guardsmen appeared in full dress, At 10 o'clock the service for the Pro testants was conducted. in,. the tent and was largely attended.. This evening there was another service in front of brigade headquarters which was con ducted by the Rev. Henry A. Kelsey, chaplain pf the First regiment, and he was . assisted by the Rev. Justin E. Twltchell; of the Second, Rev. Nicholas T. Allen, of the Third, and -the Rev Thomas E : Noble, of the Fourth. The address was delivered by the Rev. Mr, Kelsey and the other clergymen read from the scriptures. One of the distinguished vjg.ltors In camp today was the Rt'.'Rev. Bishop Tlerney, Who' Is the guest of Surgeon General Cassldy, of Norwich. There were few cases in the hospital today. Thus fat the health of the men In the brigade has been'unusually good, prob ably for the reason thaihere has not been the scorching hot weather that the men have been accustomed to in other years. Fred. B. Butler, a mem ber of Co.- K of the First regiment, and A. G.' Peterson, of Co. G, were attacked-wfth fever last night and both were taken from their ...tents' to the hos pital. Their' illness 18 Tiofregarded as anything .that will result seriously. Walter Stewllng, a member of Com pany E, of the Third regiment, while fooling with several members of his company. ..this morning, sprained his ankle. He was removed, tp tfte hospital and will be laid up for a few days. A man whose name was .not earned but who is said to belong to' one of the Second -regiment companies at tempted to run the guard last night but the guard struck hliri with the bayonet. The bayonet was In the hands of a member of Company li of Mer Iden.- Late lasi; night a gang of hungry tramps was discovered In the .rear of the Second regiment mess houses and Major Dickinson, the officer of the day, oraerea out company l, or Mermen to rout the knights of the road. The company charged upon the transients ana nusuea mem across tne neia ana out of the'eamp ground. '' This morning Adjutant General Brad ley presented service medals to seven members of the New Haven Grays, The police inspection is excellent.and the brigade was given a high rating. The officers who conducted the inspec tion were Major Albee for the Second, Captain Francis Beach for the Fourth, Mdjor Houston for the First arid Major Bidwell tot the Third regiments. Ta-day the brigade signal corns, un. tier command of Maj. Howard GedditigS of Hartford, commenced signalling with the heliograph. There were three sta tions between the camp ground and New London,' and messages were trans mitted to that city. Frederick SutcllfT, who was on the second section, aban. doned his post while on duty this morn. Jng, during the signalling, and" he was ordered to 'appear before Major Gld- dings to-morrow. The competitive company drills for the "silver 'cup offered by the wife of Colonel Tyler of the Third regiment, will" take "place "on Wednesday after noon. ' :. Captain John P. Babcock, who was detailed; by the war department to in spect; tlje work of the Connecticut men In damp tb'ts year,- was called away to-day, and he reported to General Haven that he would not be able to return until Monday afternoon. Lieutenant Colonel Alfred L. Thomp son bf-the First regimei,has -been call ed to his home In New Britain to attend the funeral of a relative. There.was X lively ftfnCTn'the mess house of the Second regiment between the' colored gentry, and razors were drawn. One, of the participants was badly slashed... Major' tHcMrrSon sent a huriibeV'of -'the guard td " stop -the trouble,: but the ' raeh Scate4 alter leading', the - guard on yyvt)vf' cJiasA. The injured man Also escaped. g ;"j Fotvthe. .second, .timtytii CpTmectiwujt brigade" went, in to camp 'for eiht days op Saturday morning. 'Tfye"Second"regT- ment BoaraeU.tnein-iii New ,Ha,v6n at JO, and bait an- hoar 4a'mNn trait gut under way.' The Second was the first to arrive at the Nlantlo depot, and quickly formed and marched directly to the camp ground. Ita time of arrival at recorded by General Haven was 10:44. It had hardly left the depot when the first regiment rolled .In, and this waa followed by the Fourth and then the Third, all reporting for duty at 11:30, The only organisation on the. grounds when the 8econd arrived was.the Gull- ford battery, which for year has reach. ed camp and hour or two ahead of everything else. Most expeditious work was made In unloading the baggage, and by noon the whole brigade was sat. tied In quarters. The Second's companies were com posed as follows: Company A 67, Company B 66, Com pany C 68, Company D 65, Company E 65, Company F 58, Company G (8, Com. pany H 68, Company I 68, Company K 64, band 25, hospital corps 6 a total of 667 men, which with the officers brings tne grand total to nearly 700. During Saturday afternoon the United States steamer Atlanta steamed Into Nlantlc harbor and took aboard a large number of tents to be used In camping tne regulars on Gardiner's Island dur ing the cruise of the First naval bat talion of New Haven, which begins on Monday. The vessel has aboard about three hundred men, and in order to make room for the New Haven mili tiamen it became necessary to put about one hundred regulars with offl. cers ashore. The state was asked to provide tents, and It gladly acquiesced and the goods were delivered to the vessel here. The cruiser steamed at once for Gar diner's Island and put the men ashore. The officers of the Atlanta were offered quarters on the campground, but they declined, fearing that the associations with the militiamen would tend to dis rupt discipline, so Gardiner's Island was determined upon. The arrange ments here were perfected by Lieuten ant walling. The total strength of the brigade as reported to the adjutant general's office Saturday afternoon was as follows: First regiment 624 men and officers. second regiment 710 men and officers, Third regiment 513 men and officers. Fourth regiment 516 men and officers, brigade signal corps 38 men and offi cers, making a total of 2,422 men. ine state examining board held a meeting Saturday afternoon and ex amined several officers who were not examined during the session of the board In New Haven. The result of the examinations win oe announced soon, Captain Bartlett and Lieutenant Wal ling of the U. S. S. Atlanta were In camp Saturday afternoon. Daniel Cavanaugh, a private In Com pany G, Second regiment, of Water- bury, met with a peculiar accident In this city Saturday morning. He was in a baggage car of the train which left the Union depot, New Haven, at 8:10 o'clock for Nlantlc. As the train reach ed the Grand avenue bridge Cavanaugh ien or was pusned from the car and airuuK on nis DacK. Tne tram was stopped and Cavanaugh was removed ta a shop near by. Dr. Park was sum moned, but could not find that the sol- dler had been-seriously Injured. Cava naugh went on to-camn later In the day. FAIB HA VEX. Death of Charles H, Wilson New Haven Commnndery, K. T., to Attend the Fan- oral General News. ... New Haven commandery No. 2, K. T, in full uniform, will attend the funeral of the late Charles H. Wilson at the Grand avenue Congregational church on Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock Rev. W. W. Breckinridge, Jr.', pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Hartford, supplied the pulpit; of the Grand avenue Congregational church yesterday. Louis J. Bamberg supplied the pulpit of the Grand avenue Baptist church yesterday. The Boys' brigade of the M. E. church conducted the afternoon meeting of the V. M. C. A., which was led by Frank Tompkins. xne meeting or tne vy. u. T. ,U. was addressed yesterday afternoon by Rev, G. E. Nichols of-the Howard avenue Baptist church. ' - Blgelow council .No, 1, A. OTtF. W.. installed these officers at the last meet ing: Councillor, William B. Bradnack; vice councillor, Henry Relchel; Indue. tor, George W. Brown; examiner, John S. Mettler; I. P., George Rice; O. P., Charles Voost; -.- 8., WHliam S. Pen- field; F. S., John A. Wise. The Congregational brotherhood of the Second church has elected officers as follows: President," J. 0. Rowland; vice president, iS. H. Barnes; secretary. C.B. Rowe; .treasurer C JE. Bray. The brotherhood's evening services are to be resumed the third Sunday in Septem ber. ." " " George Thatcher Will compete In the bicycle races at Asbury Park. C. H.Conwaytthe Grand avenue drug gist, and wife are. at Saratoga. wenry rowier. or S4 Houston street has sailed for England. He will re. main several weeks tn London visiting his parents. Several Fair Haven members of the National Guard left fQr.catnp atNiantic early Saturday morning. Major T. F. Callahan was at the armory bright and early preparing for the start. In Odd Fellows' hall this evening the first anniversary of Fair Haven lodge. Degree of Honor, will be celebrated. An address will be delivered by Miss Emma J. Bickford of Manchester, N. H., and a collation will be served. As Coroner Mix had ether witnesses to examine,' the 'report on the . death of a. k. Brown; which waa expected to have been -made Saturday, .was post poned. There was a slight fire Saturday noon In the basement of Anthony Df Matty's rdnerS The damage- was slight, The alartn caused a big crowd to assemble: cizra neaiy. un wen Known drue- In. n 1 .IM I . . ... ... " ""p, v iu-uar ior ijaaein. . u, Mohonk, N. T.. on a three weeks' vaca- Miss Mamie A., daughter of Michael tsannanan or wi fine street. : will be married in St. Francis' church Wednes day, August 23, at 6 p. m.. to Edward T. There will be an excursion to Glen Isl and tinder the auspices of the Young LAaies caaeis or ins East FeaM street 1UT TP i4hnwh aitita.'c . - John Oggesen, wb has been seriously I matnis nome, ikbs) fltate street with. I typhoid feTerlsjjlowj p roving. . .; rorvtun amb obqamuwo. tate Committee to Hold Notable Heating la This City Aaaast St. . ' ' A meeting of the entire stats oemmlt- tes of the people's party will be held In this otty August 11, at 10 o'clock a. m. The call for the meeting has Just been sent out by Chairman W. W. Wheeler of the executive committee.' 'Peter Lynoh of this city will arrange all the details for the meeting of the commit tee, at which time a plan for the com ing campaign will, It Is expected, b ar ranged, - The people's party propose of make an aggressive eampalgn this fall and a campaign dooument Is now In prepa ration tn which It Is attempted to show that the corporations and Wall street control both the democrats and repub lican parties. It Is th Intention to dis tribute 100,000 of these documents In the state of Connecticut prior to October 10. The populists propose to have both town and city tickets In the field at the rail Icampalgn. The candidates most prominently mentioned for the congres sional nomination are Henry C. Bald win or Naugatuck and Peter Lynch of mis city. Nerlns Stole Tool. James Nevlns, a mason, was arrested yesterday and locked up by Sergeant Cowles charged with the theft of a quantity of tools from a fellow-work man named Petermann, Both men were employed at the White dormitory up to a oay or two ago. When Petermann missed his tools he complained to the police and as Nevlns was seen by Ser geant Cowles disposing of some toots he was suspected of the theft and was arrested. Later Petermann identified the tools as belonging to him. UK DEB tllfiOO BOtiDS. ... GoWdy, Who Shot His Older Brother. Hartford, August 12. Harold R. Gow- dy, who shot his older brother, Frank K. Gowdy, in the village of fjcltlco ori Friday evening, was brought to the jail In. this city to-night. He was given a hearing yesterday and was bound over to the superior court under $2,000 bonds. This amount of ball he was unable to obtain and he is still confined In jail here. The wounded man, it is said to night, will not live longer than twenty-! four hours. Friends of GoWdy have been trying to get ball In order to secure hlsrelea.se. . '. . COVRT BECOBD. City Court- Criminal Side. fudge Cable. William Sheridan, drunk, continued to August 13; Joseph Durkln, two of fenses, policy playing, continued to Au gust 18; Albert Bristol, policy playing, continued to August 18; Thomas Brown! Dreacn oi tne peace against Max Berg man on August 7, 10 and costs; Joseph McKiernan, drunk, nolled: William H. Gorglus, drunk, judgment suspended; Thomas J. Griffin, policy, blaylnr, con tinued to August 18; Arnold Russell, reform school complaint, case continued to August 13: Thomas Lynch, breach of the peace against Alice Lynch, contin ued to September 11; Otto Luke, breach of the peace against Peter Sultman. judgment suspended; James McDonald, breach of the peace against Jacob. Men delsteln, discharged. Coroner's Report Not Heady. i Coroner Mix has not yet completed his investigation . Into the death of Councilman Amos K. Brown,, who .died at the hospital last Saturday as a' re sult of being run Into by a Winchester avenue car on Klmberly avenue. The investigation will be continued this morning, when several other witnesses, will be examined. The odroner may possibly have his report ready this af ternoon, but it is thought that it Will not be completed before tO-morrow. When finished it will be Immediately handed to State Attorney Doollttle. ftttumrtal. SECURITIES FOR SALE. 50 h Swift ft Co. stock. 25 shs New Haven Water Co. stock. ' 25 shs Merchants' National bank stock. ' 25 shs Bridgeport Electric Lia-ht Co.atonk 38 tin Sduthern New England Tel, Co. stock; flfi sha Route. Watertown A OonlAnahijvw VR rUWnnlr - - ' 7 . : 4 shs Yale National bank stock. - shs National Tradesmen's bank stock. 260O Swift ft Co. per cent, bondl. 2600N. YN. H. H.RR.Co.dehiL 60CO City of Derby, Conn., 4 per oent. bondV H. C. WARREN & CO., i 108 Orange street. Bankers and Brokers. in Inmtmont Soitits. 16 and 18 NASSAU S TftEEIV "SS&XKr TBToarlae. it-jr. BONDS AND STOCKS; 5,000 New Britain, Conn., 4 per o(nl. bends. 5,0O9Cltjr of Derby, Conn.. 4per ci. ddoA. 5.0N N.Y., N. B. ft H. RR.4 p. . debentures. 10 shs N. H. Water Co. stoek. ' ., V - 15 shs N. Y N. H. H. BK. Oo. stodk: V! i 60 shs Borne, watertown and Ogdensburg SR. stock. :,.' 25 shs American Bank Note Oo. stbofc. : j 25 shs Boston Electric Light Co. stock, I TflB Ukt.V. ' 1 ' : . i ScrantorfOo. - Inrestinent Brokers, U CEKTEE STBEST MOCKS ZtQ DOnOS W$m, 50 shs N. Y., K. H. H. BB. Oo. 15 shs Southern Mew England ( shs New Tork New Jersey f i 10 ns Boston Electkt Light Co. 100fhaPortlaiidsotrUjUfct. w sna Amerioan Bank Note Cx 30 aha New Harea Water Co. ' 100 sbs Peck Stow Wilcox Co. 40 shs Cat. just, A Slock Yards aref, DUB VUIIWIMMHM HIIUU SUIOS. iswmOatsm ; t2,0SD iMqatutsoUa TJftUt Coold fci KIIBISW, .IWXrT A JOLT, i 1 Tetentronfti 1 JftnanctaL The Market We Irregular, With a Steady Close. New" Vork, Aog. ll.-To-day the mar ket was more than usually narrow and professional. At the opening the crop report led to renewed professional soil Ing of the grangers. The strength of the Industrials, notably sugar and Lead, which developed soon after the opening, stiffened the general list and caused a removaj of bear pressure from the grangers, but not a rally, and south era railroad securities were In good de mand at slightly higher quotatlnns.The excellent showing made by cotton In the government report has created a bull ish feeling In those stocks. Lead was a feature of the market, advancing to the highest recent prices. It Is being bought by both traders and a bull pool, and Is exciting considerable outside speculative Interest, The railway earnings that were re ported to-day showed slight decreases, and, In a numbers of instances. In creases, but the comparisons are made with the panio period of last year. The bank statement, from a speculative standpoint, was considered fair but without especial influence. The close was steady but featureless. Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince & Whltely. bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New Tork, and 15 center street, New Haven: - Bid. Artad. American Cotton Oil Co. . . . .-. . ... ' i Amerioan Cotton Oil Co., pM.-... 7a American Sugar Rennlng Oo. .v. 106 10M Am. Suiiar Rennln Co. cfd Atohlson, Topeka t Banta Fe. as t.anada southern., Central of new Jeraev Jei ;(3t.'.' 'fstf Chesapeake Ohio votln 0 VotlnarCta.. IBM Chicago East Illinois pfd Chluago A Northwestern 1CHV Chicago, Burlington A Qulnoy... Tl ChloagoGaaCo , Ufi Chicago, Milwaukee A Bt. Paul.. Chicago, Mllw'kee ft RPaulnrd; Ilk ' Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific. 6314 Chicago, St. P,M.i Omaha 86 Cleveland. C. C.ft St. Loulii...... ita ' Col.. Horklnir Vallev A Toledo.. 17U uoneolldated liai Delaware ft Hudson. Canal Vn Delaware, Lack. western... .j. u Denver KloGraode pfd. .(j,.... t int. cattle Feeding Co 1P General Electric Oo Illinois Central ,'ii.v 90 lake Bhore ft Michigan So.,..,. U)H Lake Erie ft Western... 16 Lakekrieft Weatern ofd..: Mi Louisville ft Nashville.. AOK LouUullle ftNewAlbany 7V Louisville ft New Albany pfd.... 23 Laced e Gaa U Missouri. Kanaas ft Texas........ 13H MIMoiirl, Kansas ft Texas pfd... 21 Manhattan Elevated 115V Missouri Pacific 28 New York te Nw Hvn. . .- 1M N.Y.ftN; E.. 3d paid 14 New York Central ft Hudson. ... 0 N.r..CnloatroSt.Lonls 1H N. T.. Lake Erie ft Western U N. T. Lake Erie ft Western pfd.. ft n. i.uuiario a wei edtcrn Wi Norfolk ft Weil irttpfd 81 M north AtnertC! 3M Nort.hnrn Paolfln. .......i.. XU Northern Pacific pfd. 14 National V. 8. Cordage Co 3HH Natlonal U. 8. Cordage Co., pfd.. 35 National Lead' Co.. T" 42 National LemA Go. ofd l. 8T Paoinc Mall A, Ui Peoria. Decatur ft Evnnsville.... 3 Phils, ft Reading VoHng Cts.. . . . 18H run man raiace uai-xjo., : ,. joe " Rich. & W. P. f. t.,5thliuH Silver Bullion CerTs.. - Tennessee Coal ft Iron 18. Tennessee Coal ft Iron pfd....'. .. Texas ft Pacific.. . . r, lol., Ann Arbor North Mloh.. union raoino , 9'i Unton.raclfto, Denmer & Qulfu. rt-. wabaah, Wabash i'pfQ'.!.V.'..t".'.'.','.'.'.'." !liS nJJnlon Telegraph....... Ui Weawirn. Whtellria- ft Lake Erie.. eellnaft Lake Erie ofd.... X 146 no no 118 84 1)0 iscbnsln Central.:....... 4shw Kxpress... .... .nierican Express.... , nlted States Express ........... $te:e::::::::::: U.S. Rubberbfd. .(... Government Bonds. following are the quotations for United ptates bonds at the call to-day: 4s,teg.; isfty-. ! lUKfmv 4s,eoup.,1007...i...... Hi gniQ fti ibb;.,iui wi ttwi w new as, coup., imh... 117' Currency s. 1895.'... 101' 1118 uurrencyos, nm.. Currenoy 6s, 1807 Currenoy 6s, ltM Currenoy 6s, 1899. i.... 104 107 too- 1U N1BW HAVEN LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished dally by KimSSRly, Root A 1ay, tiaDKers and Brokers, 133 Orangestreet. ' ; ' ' BANK STOCks.' 1 - ' ' ' : " Par Bid Asked City Bank , . .r$100 New Haven County National - Bsnk..,.. r. lo la,. MeabKnios' Bank.., ........ 60 CM Merchants' National Bank.... W 44 Near Haven NktinnalBabk... 1(tl IftAuj Tradesmen's National Bank.. 100 1U8 tolond National Bank 100 166! tile National Bunk. . 100 114, 118)4 ''i V tt BA1LBOAD StOCKg. ' Par "BW Asked l(N. Y.A. Ii, preferred.;;. 100 991i 'Hnbury A Norwnlk R. R. Co, - SO . letrolt, Hillsdale & 3. W. . . . . io0 $T OUSatonlC R. R. Co... ....... 100 33 NtUSfttuckR.R.Co....i.....i 100 341 now naven at iioroy it,n, vo. 100 81 new naven it nortnampton ipton. 100 Co..rt 10B 92 - I,ll,H,iH, K. K. Shore tine R. R 100 181 183 JlISCBLLAkSODS:,aioCM ; .. Par Bid Anked irrr-n .-- i . j. -t .tx-;-.-: new riaven uas i.int uo.... M 53 new riaven water up...... 100 a 86 1 'eOK,BWB "licox, ....... eaurity Insurance Co...... WtttAfJo a -40 100 100 100 100 MX eiepnone unes. x rot.... rle.. . Y. A N. J.. luthemN. E.-... 18 P, 8. Rupber preferred, par, RAlldAD BONOS. Due Bid Asked NTT. A. L. 5s lUi oke A Westneld 1st 4s... 1811 107 Usntonlc Consols Ss 1937 r naven m 1 Derby Ss...,. tr-a-r i aw HaVSn A ueroy w Haven a uemy 'ew Haven A N. 7 1869 ...189? UOw iu HI aven A N. Ts. 1674 w im - A N, Consols es.. ....... 1908 111 m at mm... nil '10 London Northern 1st 4s. 1910 101 Condon Nort hern 1st Is. 167 S;E.lst7V 190J no A H. G. 1st 6s 1996 108 - .i3 106 l(tt 996 909 k-i&AiVi' I'M S. U. AH. 4s. 100 103 H.AH. Deb.ta..... ot . . Y., Prav. A Bostoh ts U9 , Y Pro v. A Boston 4s...... IMS 19 SttHsenH.R,H. SS..V...1BU Kit : MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. ' Due' Bid AakeA H, W.CO.'sTs........ ....... 1896 103 .. - laven wty iaM .....imh. 1M ihthi uiy w ....j.-imi 1UU avf n City 4s, sewerage 1U4 100 -edCity 3MS. -vnv-mu m,-.-m en Town 8jrfs. 96W en Town P. P. Issue 1931 96 99 f Haven Haven Schooi 4s...;. . k. reiepnonaea-i . . . leas loa tas! 1910 108 . 103 tuo.w CALIFORNIA, &: in tDtS. ' '? Excunrio ft gittnttxiftl. TO THE HOLDERS OF THE ConwTidaW Mortgage 5 p. ct. Bonds Coliatertl Trust 5 per cent. Bonds. Default bavtnf been made la the payment ?i iriv luufron auf upon your punas, tne un eretfned have eonaeutfd to act na a commu te to Droteut vour Intereata and to tak. whatevvratepi may be nvoraear- uuder the UirvUUlSMIIIUOT. An aarennimit baa been nrenared. In aneorrt. anoewllh the terms of which you araaakodto deposit your bonds at the otttoe of althvr th anisirxK M)a trust co.urAMf IN BOHTOjr or the NEW VORK flIIAK. ANTY A INDEMNITY UOMPANV IK. KW YOltat.andonnlMof the agreement may be had on appU(tlon. Krarotlabln corllfl. raiaa win oa lanura ror ail Dona oenositou, and application will at nnoa be made to hare ibainllated by the Near York Block Exohanae. It la believed to bodralrablethat you should be represent! by so Independent committee in tea netouatipn ror a reorganisation or we ayatem. b. KNDICOTT PEABODY, Chairman, irraaiaent American ian irnn Vo. Bnaton.) W. O.OAKMAN, (rreaident new lora Qaarantr indent- nny vo., nw xora.) WH. 8. FITZ, Boston. OKORGE C. LEE, (Of Lee, Hlgginaon A Co., Boston.) HOWI.AXD DAYIS, New York. BARTROLD SCHLE8INOER, Boston. PRANMSIS. BANGS. rrealdaat Stat Truat Co., New York. N. W. JORDAN, Secrefarv. Boston. MOORFIEtiD 6T0REY, Counsel, Uoston. sul Batf J BANKERS AND BROKERS, No. 48 Broadway, New York, A.NU 16 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. T. Stock Exchange, Produoo Ex- cnange sua uaicago uoaru oi xraae. O. B. BOI.MER, Manager New Haven Branch, All Classes of Railway Stocks and Bonds also Oratn.Tt-o visions and Cotton, Bought and Sold on Communion. Connected by Private Wire with New York, . Boston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. SECURITIES FOR SALE. 28 shs Boston Electric Lltfht Co. stook. 10 shs Yale National Bank stock. 11 lbs Merchant' Nat. Bank stock. IS sbs V. 8. Rubber pref d stock. 0 shs N. Y.,N. H. ft H. RR. stock. it shs Amerioan Rank Note Co. stock. $4,003 New Haven Uity School Dlst. bonds. 18,000 Middlesex Banking Co. bonds. I. B. NEWTON & CO., ' Bankers and Broken, 86 ORANGE STREET. COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our' services 16 the public to buy tnd sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc., on eommlselnn. Our experience and extensive acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well, Business so licited, . ' Respeotfully, 3 W, R. FOOTE, apflOtf 480 State Street. National Tradesmen's Bank, miV HAVEN, CONN., Draws Bills of Exchange . , ;tjw Alliance Bank (Limited), London, Provincial Bank Of Ireland, Dublin, ' Union Bank of Scotland. And on U th?Prlno)a?C?tfesof Europe. Issues Circular Letters of Credit Available TbroUghout Europe. to,J..JBUTl4ER. President. vH FIELDS, Cashier. nr BURGLARY, FIRE, Ulrl ; PRGERIE8, pJlrJSlO A BAJKIN THE VAULT OF , Meitairtile Safe Deposit Co. Annual entail of Mf . from fPIVKfai HIYTV DOLLARS. Absolute Security for Bonds, Stocks, wills. Bullion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones, and all evldenoe of values. Aooeesto chaVicb sa1 kln ro0m of the MB" 7S CHURCH, COR. CENTER STREET. CoUDon rooms for convenience of natrnna Ail persons interested are cordially Invited to nspeei me i-umuanT premises, upen trom )a. di. tofiw.m, v ". '.. Thomas R. Tbowbridos, President, OUvsaS. WHT9, Vice President, Oras. H. TaowsaiDos, Sec. and Trcas. HERRMANN'S CAFE, Grove Strset SAVIN ROCK. QHOICBST TrfaodS of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, oonitsotly on hand, emnanu.s celebrated "Monopol Lager'' In as ana on anugai, llos1' Parlors second door. JUtlUS HERRMANN, ' Late ot Turn Hall. Nnw Hnvon JcSSfcn , f : Proprietor. Hotel Ilonopole, 14 and ttS-ChWeh Street. AFE apa Wiata'K.VTOnneoted SiLUNCH-lwrVBii In tsstsasiaMSssrMtsBlsl4 7' 5 ALTERATIONS ktade during tti? WisuBtujer. months t permanent ortMaatealiguests. -Travellng-nieh Mitkmit-- THE OABENDON HOTEL, v I ; i SARATOSA SPRINGS, N. T. , kMJi and leading hotel on lroa4r, ofcpetlte Congress Park. wlU I SBeeneaflie afthof June for the season. bmmlt& teti toamt- ttfnr on three streeov. uniaine niuuessv . Celebrated orches. UttKB' KIIOTO PARLORS. Pice & Ite r j WHAVl , Tsjiavm; street: 'i fenaskessansble.. ,r,n .JctteuoS&4 Sntertattttuents. Graii Open Air Festival SAVIN ROCK, RAIN OR SHINE, Afternoon :80, evonlog 8:15. Wednesday, August 15, INNES' Famous New York Band, Producing the groat descriptive ninmcul spoctucle, . WAR AND PEACE. With MIMmry Fn.t'ts, Flfo mid Drum Oorpt, Electric Firing Cannons, Of latest brceh-loadlng pattern, each sun unpnoio oi ?j snore per nnnuis. ALSO THE GRAND VOCAL QUARTETTE. Mlsa MARTHA C. MINER, .MlasI.onsKKNGEI,. Mr. V. ('. FEItOl'SON, Soprano. Contralto. Tenor. Basso. Mr. BOWMAN RALSTON, Prloee Matinee 85 and Me. " Evening 36o, BOo, 75o. Tickets for sale at Loomis', 833 Chapel St. anlS St CALVERLY. The Greatest Exhibition of the Year AT SAVIN ROCK This Week, Every Afternoon and Evening;. ' Wednesdav. Frldav and Saturday at 2M and ".on p. in. Auesuay anu xnunnay ac4:uuana ow p. m. aus ot xvavsltms. Greatest Tour of the Season. GRAND PERSONALLV CONDUCTED tmrm n a va Tntrn 115-Four Days tour, expenses paid-SIS v nuer uie management or nygeia neo- reatlon Tourist Co. Sneclnl train Imlvak TTnfnn dnnnt. nti R. wi. Tuesday, August 14th, arriving at Niagara Falls earlv the same evenlnar. ranor cars aitacnea (seats sss.vu extra each aj j, wo ico snouia oe reservea in advance. Call at once on PECK & BISHOP. General agents, 102 Chapel street, for further mrormnnnn. Four more of the delightful trips to Sara toga Aug.S, 13, 20, 27 S9.(iQ pays all expenses of four days' tour. Call for n Tourist World," descriptive of trip. au8 tf m trip. By the beautiful NEW STEAMSHIPS of the Old Dominion Line, To Old Point Comfort or Virginia Beach and Return, (Hygela Hotel), (Princess Arne Hotel), Most delightful resorts on the Atlantic coast for a . SUMMER OUTING, Mav be made for sis Old Point Comfort, . 810.00 Virginia Beach, SIT. 00 .17 A day ana a quarter at either hotel. Including Every Expense Of meals and berths en route and a day and a . quarter's board at either hotel. This trip Is an Ideal one, as theoourse skirts the coast, with little likelihood of seasickness, and passes in review many watering places and points of Interest. Apply to Peck & Bishop, Chapel St., or to OLD DOMINION S. S. CO., Pier 26, N. R., New Vork. W. L. Gulllaudeu, Traftlo M'gr. ' Jy23 lgwd EXCURSION SEASON 1894, STEAMER MARGARET, Capt. Jons FrrzoBi,t4. . - - iir . Leave Belle Dock 9:46 a. m., 1:30 ssaasasssaVp. m. 4:80 p. m, -'. Leave Branford Point 11:0B a. m.. 2:4S n. m 6:46p.m. ' ' Leave Ploo park (Double Beach) U:16 a, m 3 p. m6p. m. 8UNDAY: ' . Leave Belle Pock 10:16 a. m 2:15 p.m. Leave Branford Point 12:15 p. m., 6:46 p. m. Leave Pico Park 1230 p, m., 6:00 p, m. Boat tickets admit free to theater and dan- Olllfi". Moonlltfhtjt lnfivn At.A 'A'nlnntr m m Special rates for soetetins and- Sunday schools JOHN W. cTrER, M'ffr. Peck & Bishop, Ag'ts, 702 Catapel st. finest Day Resort on Long jsland Sound. THE STEAMER , JOHN H. STARIN, CAPTAIN HCALI8TEB, Will eommenoe her regular trips to this beau tiful Island Thursday, July 5 oontlnulng : Every Tuesday and Thursday During; the season. Leaving Near Haven from foot or Brown street at 8:30 a. m. aharp, and Qlea Island at 4 p. m., giving one-half hsur longer oh the Island than previous seasons. The attractions at the : bland are wellkaowa, but We will mnntlon thnM mmnrior dlnnAr. Glen Island Clambakes,. Little Germany, Boat Ins, Bathing, Dally Concerts at the Grand Pa- , UMUIUg. tfntlj WNLH w Mb HI. Ul .UU I on. and other artraottana that otA-mak via UP a arst-olass pleasure resort. rare, round trip, 76c: children between sees C and 12, 40o; one way, 60o. Special rates to Parties .of 100 and over. Muslo fqr danetnvon boat. No liquors allowed on the boat, whlon is a sufllolent .guarantee: that ladles assi emUV QTen need not fear molestation. . JAirVva. fex 700 MIL e sjTfit r "" I Jystf THE CONNEimCUT BALD AND JOH. ON MOfflHG. . Clean, Conservative and Reliable Weekly Newspaper. : I is a Welcome Visitor ft PRICE ADVANCE OHE DOLLAR PER TEAR. No. 400 State Street KEW haten, cokn. . :'.::: 'I .J ii:-:, :q i- :.: ; i : .fV, :-!-.-, i '.vfenti '. .: fjrtirT' AaSri-iaslsr4' HKLT Containing ill the Im portant News I to He of Its Mi THURSDAY i i