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N J W HAVEN MORN 11S ti J U U Kl A L A ND CO l K I KK S.Vl'UKDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 1894.
TALES OF TEN .TRAVELERS, (Continued from third pin,) Meant nothing by this; nothing .more than be would have meant to faithful home or dog; and It wee nothing more than audible thought of gladness for grateful forceful aid which had over come minting other force that lay In the way of hla obaervatlona and experi ment But thla one aaylng had instantly tilled the aongs of pretty Hansine. Thenceforth she went mutely about her tasks at the hut. She watched her companion for meaning In slightest gesture or look. She quietly warned him that he mutt make haate In hla atrange task, and went on silently and soddenly preparing for the coming of the farmer, his helpers and the pnniea for the flasks, the kegs, the bundles and the herds. She even moved her couch from the common room to the dairy, and slept beside the piles of cheese and the cavernous cauldrons there. All unnotlclng, the professor grew In cheeriness as Hansle became despond ent. He prattled and glowed and worked unceasingly. Night after night, on his return to the saeter, he sat and wrote and figured and calculated and muttered beside his sputtering candle; and then read pages of his -scientific thundering upon "the viscosity of gla cial Ice" to Hansle, who listened word less and motionless In the far shadows of the room, and "when he was done whispered a tremulous "God nat!" (dood night!) and then in silence stole away. ,' One graying morning Hanslne came stoutly tn front of the professor and urged him to remain at the saeter. . !"hey will be here at once, I am sure;" she pleadingly said. "'AH Is in readiness to go. If we stay behind but one day, we may never reach, Or melm!" But he put her aside as he would have done a foolish child and petu lantly went his way to the Ice cavern &nd his task. She stood at the hut door Until she had seen him disappear be Jind the frowning rocks. Then she wrung her hands plteously and looked ihudderlngly at the close, dark sky. She had scarcely re-entered the cabin door' when the farmer with his pack ponies and helpers had come. "You are ill, Hansine;" they said. "We will do the work. Get the student-fool and follow quickly; for the first wild storms are even now upon us." She ran fleetly to the f jeld and burst Into the Ice cavern, calling loudly: "Come! Come! They are here. Do you not know that dreadful storms are coming? Can you not believe Han Bine?" But Professor Detrius Moraine was Burely science-mad In his glittering sell. ."Tell them,'.' he distractedly . re turned as he came to the entrance, "to remain for but two days; for but one. I. will pay them well ; whatever they may wish. They must wait, Hansine! For all Norway J .cannot sooner leave this place." "See, see the sky!"., she pleaded, "took.-iook!" Here she raised her up turned palm ai)4 clutchedatflake9. fine and hard as "needle-poinls "which her weather-wise eyes alone could see. "Can you hot hear the moaning of the winds creeping- stealthily like wild beasts into the gorges?". "One more day, Hansine! one more day. I must, I' will,, have It! Tell the good people so'r he said&,almost fierce ly, tearing himself from-rher, but not without a struggle, and hastening back to his ice chamber and his work. "Pear God! 1. so grea,t a mind gone mad!" she cried, reeling back despair ingly from the cavefn entrance. What perturbed .momenta inno. cent girl had known within the dread silences of her soul in the week that had gone; what immeasurable agonies n'ow swept into her frenzied heart; what .weights of dauntless heroism her nature In an instant 'reached, might never be fully revealed. This much had outward expression. , She looked again at the sky as at a deadly foe. She peered over the rocks to her departing friends, and heard the tinkling" bells of the ponies and the herds already fading to musical whis pers far down the craggy heights. She turned and stealthily placed a. little package of food she had brought with in the cavern entrance. ' She swung back the skins and blankets before it with the trembling touch of one re placing a pall upon their best loved dead. Then, with a" parting glance of unutterable tenderness, she left the spot, reeled down the rocks and across the valley to the open cabin door as one struck with mortal hurt ; and then fell unconscious upon 4he earthen floor of the deserted Crag-hollow saeter hut. . When our rescuing party, which numbered half the folk of the Roms dal, the sturdy inn-keeper of Ormeln, all-but-frantic Liars, my ingenious companion and .myself, had reached the saeter of Kllppe-hul, the flinty snow lay almost even across the valley from crag to crag.' But a single tiny black spot was any where visible upon the blinding reach of white: , A, mad race was instantly made for this. - It proved to be the wide chimney-top tf the sought-for saeter hut. To the Norwegians' practised eyes it showed where the heroic girl had made her exit from her Imprison ment for a rescue of her own. ' l was' easy to" follow the tracks of her sooty snow-shoes across the level snow. A mile or so higher up the f Jeld Lars espied the. black, pinnacled crag point beside what we all felt sure must be the- Ice tomb o Professor Detrius Moraine. . 1 ' V " - We, pressed, forward . anl(L a ringing cheer speedily went up from the fleet est In advance. Pell-mell we came headlong Into a, deep excavation; and here stood the brave Hansine, toiling fiercely .atner .mighty task;, excitedly beating ,bacK those , who would relieve her with cries of : ':-..'-.'. "I have .heard his answering knock ing It shall be Hansine' Who brings him forth to, life!" . . And so it was. 'With a final crash the snow; waH fell,, carrying down the curtaining blankets and'the-skins as tHe professor -teamin radiwrtlyupai tie alb ' "Prsolsel In the fclcVHnrtl bad Jjast, finished jfiy - work .".'and; ttpe prospect of further, einnejrtfni.-.wfr reams mcenrinft-somewhattfrksone f some of you gftod JeoplewW-ateup- port this dear young person for a mo ment, until I can gather up my trifling odds and ends, we will all go back to Ormelm together; and If if there are no insuperable objections" here he looked around upon the astonished rescuers with a bland and gentle Inqui ry "I I think I can engage to sup port her happily during the remainder of her natural life!" FA IK HAVES. Balfour Cowon, father of Mrs. B. C. Sage of this place, Is a candidate on the republican ticket for Judge of the superior court In Maconpln county, 111. Miss Edna Josselyn of Bridgeport Is visiting relatives in East Haven. The Ladles' Aid society of the East Pearl street M. E. church has elected these officers: President, Mrs. Stuart Morgan; vice president, Mrs. Buell; sec retary, Mrs. Goodwin; treasurer, Mrs. E. R. Slater. Rev. Dr. Sage will preach at the Grand avenue Baptist church Sunday morning on "Our Field; Lessons from the Autumnal Reunion." In the even ing his subject will be "Making a Name." The members of the Epworth league of the East Pearl street M. E. church enjoyed a straw ride to East Beach Thursday evening. The Congregational Brotherhood will resume charge of the evening meeting at the Second church, Sunday. Jason P. Thompson was appointed trustee of the estate of Arthur L. Mal lory yesterday. Mary A. Stlllman and Nellie A. Leeke of Lombard street ..registered yesterday. A surprise party' was paid to Miss Neva Waters of New Canaan at the residence of her uncle, L. C. Waters of Pierpont street, Thursday evening. Samuel Turner had a finger crushed while at work In one of the quarries in the annex and was attended by Dr. Slebold, who found it necessary to re move the first Joint of the injured mem ber. Secretary Steele of the Y. M. C. A. is planning to revive the Banjo club and secure a competent instructor. Ernest Goodyear, a member of the Y. M. C. A., will lead the meeting of the association on Sunday at 3 p. m. A surprise was tendered Washington Cunningham at his home on Quinnlpiac street Wednesday evening. Mr. Cun ningham was presented by his friends with a handsome book rack. Those at tending included Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Converse, Mr. and Mrs. S. Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Houston, Mrs. Bar rowes, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hendrick son and Fred Foote. During the even ing the callers enjoyed several games of whist. The east side firemen say they would have won the hose race at West Haven tournament if the hose had not caught in the reel, as they were ahead In the race. The Dayton boys have received two handsome "fire pictures and two wall picks that they won in prizes. Rev. Mr. Teeple will address the meet ing of the W. C. T. U. Sunday after noon. " ' Another School Ticket. TotheBBitorof the Journal and Courier: A large meeting of the women voters of the New Haven school district, held yesterday afternoon at the United church chapel, nominated and agreed to support at the polls next Monday, the following for members of the school board: i Mr. Morris F. Tyler, Mrs. Sarah B. Newton, Mrs. Mary B. Moody. Mr. Tyler is well known to be deeply lnterebted In the schools and competent to render the very best service. We believe the women nominated are entirely competent, conscientious and well fitted by natural endowments and special education to be useful mem bers of the board. They have both been educated as practical school teach ers and physicians. Both are women of good judgment, sound practical sense ftsm matrrniy dignity. We believe that if they are elected they will be found to be valuable assistants in the work of the board, especially In care and at tention to the details of school work. ' They therefore earnestly appeal to all voters of the district men and women alike to support the ticket they have nominated. Antoinette A. Rogers, Abby B Shel don, Amy D. Fogg, committee. To the Editor of the Journal and Courier: The women voters of New Haven propose to make an energetic and sys tematic effort, to secure for their sex a representation on the board of educa tion. Parents fathers and mothers alike both endorse the movement with Interest; they recognize that women, on whom devolves the care of children in their home life, may well add to the efficiency of the schools by the direct exercise of their Influence in regulating the details of school life. - The day of the election is close at hand; the female voters are-few in num ber; money, wih which to put in mo tion the necessary machinery, is scarce; the women must depend for success on the intrinsic value of the ticket they put in the field, and on the justict, fair-mindedness and common sense of the community. They call On the men to stand by them in the effort they are making for the common good. They put before the voters of New Haven men and women alike the names of Mrs. Sarah B. Newton of89 Sherman avenue, and Mrs.- Mary Moody of Fair Haven,- both of .whom are women of ability and good Judgment, and also are physicians of experience; and with these women they nominate Mr. Morris F. Tyler, the value ,ofvwhos9 services on the board of education, If they are secured, cannot be over-estimated. New Haven contains hjiore;- women than men, its schools educate more girls than 'boys,', and the proportion of wo men to men amongst school teachers in the city is probably about ten to one Is it too much to -ask that the voters of New Haven shall secure two out of nine seats on the board to women, and enable theirs to try here the experiment" of. co-government, which is so natural a corollary of co education,, and. which has produced good results In many other places. COMMON SENSE. Sept. 14, MM. ,.- , Dean's KheumaUe ' Pills absolutely ears rtmi mail any nn naura!. - bilnia table Bale.. . j TTTT T" HALLlNOfOHU. Mrs. Frank Staley of Whittlesey ave nue lost her watch in the crowd at the butchers' barbecue In Hanover Wednes day, but Is It now in her possession again, as a Meriden lady found It caught In the bead trimming of her own waist and advertised for the own er. A special borough meeting Is called for this evening In the town hall to take action on the petition of Isadore Appletree for abatement of taxes and water rent for ten years. - AH the factories are running to-day. Manager Wilkinson has cancelled "Tim, the Tinker," that was booked for the opera house the 20th of September. The water in the lake has raised about two feet since a week ago. Deputy Bherift Hannon of New Brit ain was In town yesterday. The funeral of Thomas Wrlnn will occur this morning at 9 o'clock from Holy Trinity church. Cliff Smith is entered for the half mile, one mile and Ave mile handicaps tn the races of the Pequot Wheel club tn New London, Wednesday, Septem ber 19. Walter Wlldman begins his course of studies at Trinity college next week. The Walllngfords play the Edgewoods In Westvllle this afternoon. O'Conneli and Barry will be the battery. William Elton of Philadelphia is the guest of his uncle, G. K. Carrlngton. C. F. Wooding has the contract to build a house for Mrs. W. B. Wallace In the rear of South Main street A nine from the Sons of Veterans will play ball with a team from C. L. Upham camp of Meriden in Yalesvllle this af ternoon. Tom Taylor plays ball with the New Havens against the Wlnsteds this af ternoon. Eddie Condon is the first victim of football this season, and has a broken collar bone, the result of a fall. A gentleman's coat was found several days ago In the road on the South Plains, evidently lost out of some car riage. Edward. Toelle has the garment in his possession, which the owner can have by proving property. E. L. . Lang, head bookkeeper in R. Wallace & Sons' - Chicago store, has been spending ,a few days of his vaca tion here, and started last evening for New York. The bills for the Agricultural socie ty's races were got out yesterday. The races will open September 26 and 27. ' NORTH ttAYElT. Sept. -14: Nearly every Free Mason in the town visited Day Spring lodge of Hamden on Wednesday evening. The conferring of the 3d degree on Repre sentative Joseph Pierpont was the at traction. Rev. Mr. Lutz of Monroe preached at the Congregational church last Sunday from, Genesis 22:3. Theme, "How to do our duties; 1, Begin promptly; 2, Pre pare fully; 3, act decisively." The col lection was for the stage to bring the people from district 8 to church, and amounted to $21. For some years Dea con C., B. Foote has furnished an om nibus free of charge. Mr',' Brtin will "be driver for the stage in place of Mr. Van Doren. G. D. Winslow, ex-dairy commission er of Hartford, and Mrs. Winslow were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Eaton on Friday. S. F. Llnsley is remodeling the old house of Mr. Bernard Hartley, now owned by Mr. Frost, making it con venient for two families, to accommo date Mr. Crowel, father of Mrs. Frost, who proposes to occupy the house the coming winter. Mrs. Bessie Llnsley, widow of S. F. Linsley's brother, Joseph, was calling on Mr. Llnsley last Sunday evening with her new husband, Mr. Northrop of New Haven. The grange debated the subject of good roads for the town last Tuesday evening. N. D. Forbes, J. E. Bishop.R. W. Smith and William M. Owen were very earnest in their remarks. The judges, Ellzur Palmer, H. D. Todd and W. J. Bray, decided unanimously In thie negative on the question, "ResolvetJ, That the town should harden the prin ciple roads with stone, in the most dur able manner; take such action as may be best to keep them in repair, and is sue bonds to the amount of the original cost." The ladles of the W.C.T.U. held their first meeting after the summer vaca tion on Wednesday evening, and the hour was pleasantly passed. It was voted to hold a roll call and basket lunch at the next meeting, September 26, at which time It Is hoped every mem ber will be present and come pre pared with their quotation and basket of lunch, expecting to make the occa sion one of Interest and long to be re membered. One new member was added to the list last Wednesday, and will kindly furnish the tea for the ladles on the day of the roll call. At the grange on Tuesday evening p. A. Olson exhibited sweet corn ears fif teen inches in length and seven and a half around, and of delicious flavor, as those who were, kindly remembered with one ear, which made a good meal, can testify. Mr. Olson sells corn in New Haven by the 100 ears, and gets twenty five to thirty cents more' per hundred than others who have the common va rieties. . 1 i Mrs. R. N. Barnes has been ill for a week past and attended by Dr. Hall of Fair Haven. Seth Bassett, who now lives In Water town, is In toWn;thls week with his family visiting relatives. . -.' , Mr. Gilmore and family, who have oc-J cupiea a part or Joel Bassett's house for the summer, moved back to New Haven on Thursday. F: L. Mansfield carried their furniture. ,' ; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Heminswav moved Into their new house this week. . ' ' 'wuo.isca jruiltsr Ul xsrooK- lyn were guests of Mrs. Charles Brad ley over Sunday. . , ; . 7 Mrs. Terrell is seriously ill. Mrs. Ter rell's sister of Cheshire is with Mrs. Ter rell, who is reported more comfortable Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Children Ory for Pitcher's Castoria. ' Children Cry for Pitcher's Cattorla. My Food Dort i M, Oh, If I Could Only Eat! Why Are Tfioss Questions Asked By so many people 7 A Piece of News for Those Who ITavs Weak Stomachs. The stomach, liver and bowels cause more trouble than any other part of the body. There are thousands of persons whose food don't do them the good It should. They have bad taste In mouth, coated tongue, constipation, gss In stomach, fulness or distress after meals, bloating and belching of wind. They often have headache, are weak and ner vous, have sallow complexions and can't sleep. Frank Pierce, Esq., a well known man of Ooffstown, N. H., says; "Some ten years ago I was taken with Inflammation of the stomach. I was In so much distress that the doctor gave me morphine and used something ha put In my arm. After the pain stopped my little finger began to swell and pain me. It extended all over my hand, which was terribly swollen. "I could not use It at all and It con tinued so for weeks. My stomach and bowels were In a fearful condition. I had to take physio constantly. My hands and feet swelled so I could not walk and could hardly feed myself. The doctor pronounced It rheumatism. "That followed me for years and last fall I had a slight shock which weaken ed me very much. MR. FRANK riERCS. "Then the grip set in and I was una ble to do anything all winter. When warm weather came I got some better, was unable to walk the shortest dis tance without being, so tired I would have to sit down? "I tried doctors and medicines, but received no benefit from them. Then I began to use Dr.Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy and beforel had tak en one bottle I felt Better and continued to steadily gain urr the Use of this wonderful medicine. "I have been inJetter health this winter than (or thff ftst ten years; have hot had an attack of rheumatism since and my stomach and digestion are all right. I do not take ,cpld as I use to, and, have worked every day for the last two' months without the, least trouble and without that tjred feeling I have had so long. "I advise everyone io use Dr.Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. It is a wonderful medicine.- It cured me and it will cure you, sufferer. There -is no other, remedy In the' world that will oompare with it." f You who have suffered so long and tried so many remedies, just try a bottle of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, and you will get well. It al ways cures. Doctors 'recommend It be cause It is a great physician's discovery and because it makes people well. Dr. Greene is the most successful specialist in curing nervous and chronic diseases. His office is at 35 West . Fourteenth street, New York, where he can be con sulted free; personally or by letter. EVERYTHING SEEMS WRON to the' dyspeptic i ThfeJirorld it upside down; the.' times are out of oint; he's ready to turn his back upon his best friend. ' Now, the thing that oftenest it wrong with dyspeptics, is their choice of a remedy. There are drugs and medicines on the one hand the Carlsbad Sprudel on the other. They can't both be right; there's too much differ ence in , their methods and in their results. Carlsbad the waters of the Sprudel Spring at Carlsbad have been curing dyspeptics for hud dreds of years. Curing them. No remedy in the world has been to thoroughly tried and proved, (n all digestive disorders, stom troubles, labk' tf appetite, or perverted nutrition. Add a' little of the genuine Carls bad Sprudel Salt to the first tutHbttrful of the water, if yoti desire to increase its; purgative action. Do not be imposed upon by un scrupulous dealers who will sell you a mixture of Seidlitz Powdef or Glauber Salt as ; lmpf dvdd Carlsbad Salt " or 'Artificial Carlsbad Salt," "German Salt," or other names. Insist upon th,e ..genuine article, which must have" the signature ef Eisni & Mekpblson Co. Sole (Agents, New York," on every bottle. i luminal. T.1er Wat Cniilrble Vailing OS? In New York, Bept, li-Buslness at the stock exchange showed a considerable falling off to-dsy. Chicago Gas figured for 86,400 shares, or mors than double ht amount of any other stock on the list. A fierce attack wss maae upon Chicago Gss soon after the opening, and simultaneously a flood of dispatches was received from Chicago In the in terest of the bears. At first It was said that the dividend now about due would be passed. When this story wss de- nled statements were made to the effec that the managers of the trust had be come alarmed at the vigor shown by the opposition company and that a big reduction In (he price of e ."a lm mlnent. The stock sold down 3. to OH and rallied only t the close. The general market opened strong In sympathy with higher quotations from London, where Americans wwe strengthened by the announcement that the directors of the St. Paul company had declared the usual sem-annual div idend of 2 per cent, on the common stock. An advance of V4 to 74 per cent, was recorded, the' grangers, Sugar and Distillers leading in the Improvement. During the afternoon speculation was weaker In consequence of the successful raid on Chicago Gas. Northern Pacific preferred fell 2, to 19V4; National Lead preferred 2i, to 87; National Lead common 14, to 41 Vi, and North west ltt. to 103. Other stocks held up remarkably well and St. Paul, Rock Island, Burlington and Qulncy, Louisville and Nashville and Sugar closed . to better than last night. Minneapolis and St. Louis stocks and New York, Susquehanna and Western preferred gained about a point each. The dealings outside of a few issues were extremely small, and the market left off dull and barely steady. The bond market was weak. Sales were $1,037,000. Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince & Whitely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New York, and 16 Center street. New Haven: Bid. Asked. American Tobacco Co 104 American Tobacco Co. pfd 108 American Cotton Oil Co 34 American Cotton Oil Co., pfd.... 70 American 8uRr Refining Co.... 105,'i Am.SuirarKeanlmrCo.Dfd 98 101 105 lh 53 lit) 20 97 104X 754 70 MJK 123 37 aa 19 125 137 135 38 95 ISO 19 ; i: Atchison. Topeka 4 Santa Fe.... 1 Canada Southern 62 Central of Now Jersey lUb Chesapeake Ohio Voting Cts.. 20 Chicago & East Illinois pfd mu Chlcaaro & Northwestern 104 Chloatfo. Burlington 4 Quluoy... ifttf Chicago Gas Co 70 Chicago;Mllwaukee8t, Paul., mi Chicago, MUw'keeiSt.Paul pfd. 123 Chicago, Rock Island A Pacl no . . 84 i Chicago, 8t. M. A Omaha 'MX Cleveland. C. C. A 8t. Louis 39 Col., Hooking Valley & Toledo.. 18tf Consolidated Oas , 124 Dolaware A Hudson .Canal...... Delaware, lack, A Western 178 Ji ; Denver A Rio Grande pfd '' Dls. A Cattle Feeding Co........ 1396 General Bleotrlo Op. 4.. 8H IlllnolsCentral.. ....- 949 Lake Shore A Michigan So 11 Lake Erie A Western 18 lake ItriA At.Weterapfd..- ..ia Louisville A Nashville . ... .. 60', LouiSuille ANewAlbany 84 Louisville A New Albany pfd.... 28H Laoede Gas.- Missouri; Kansas A-Texus UK Missouri, Kansas A Texas pra. .. si Manhattan Elevated mk '179 S7M New Vork New Haven. K V.JfcN. 1.. 3d Dald New York Central ft Hudson.... 101 N. Y.. Chicago A St. Louis 14 N.Y.. Lake Erie 4 Western 16H N. Y.. Lake Erie A western pra . . N. Y. Ontario A Western 'H Norfolk A Western ptd North American Co H Northern Paclno f Northern Paclno pfd l?t National Lead Co 43 National Lead Co. pfd 88 PacinoMalia.S.Co 14K Peoria, Decatur A Evansville.... 4 Phlla. A Heading Voting CM 21K Pullman PalaceCar Co 157 Rloh.A W.P.T.tr.,5thinst,p'd. 19 Silver Bullion Cert's 6M Tennessee Coal A Iron 18i Tennessee Coal A Iron pfd Texas A Pacific Tol., Ann Arbor A North Mloh . . 4 CnlonPaoiflc..." 13 Union Pacific, Penver St Gulf... . 4 Wabash 7 Wabash pfd 16V Western Union Telegraph.. 90i Wheeling A Lake Erie 12iJ Wheeling A Lake Erie pfd 45 Wisconsin Central 4 Adams Express 148 IntArlpin K.TnrpfUI.. . 110 j United States Express 50 weus-irargo express, i w u.F.HubDer..:.:..;;..:: v.-wk U.S. Rubberpfd... M U. 8. cordage Co 161( U. S. Cordage Co., pfd 26H Southern Railway.... UK Southern Hallway pfd H4 Government Bonds. Folio wins are the quotations for United Statei bond at the call to-day: Bx't.Ss, reg J5 9 4s,reg.,1007 114 0114 ts ooup.,1907 115 SU53 New 5s, reg.,1904 119M119 V New 6. oouLwoi ; njxSuoS CurrencytH.1895.....( 101 9 Currenoytw, io-.b.. ju Currency s, lsij. Currenoy 6s, 1W...,V Currency 6, 1899 , 107 110 113 NEW HAVEN LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Furnished daily by Kimbirxy, Root ft 1) at. Bankers and Brokers, 133 Orange street. BANK STOCKS. Par Bid Asked CltyBank....... ...... ..... $100 121 New Haven County National Bank.: 10 13 Mechanics'Bank.............. 0 83 Merchants' National Bank.... 50 45 New Haven National Bank... 100 165 Tradesmen's National Bank.. 100 138 47 Second National BanK w ino Yale National Bank 100 115 RAILROAD STOCKS. Par Bid Asked BTXN. Y. A.1. preferred.... Danbury A Norwslk B.B. Co, Detroit, Hillsdale A 8. W. . . . . Housatonlo R.R. Co. ...... i.. Wanirllt.ltek R. R. Cfl New Haven Derby B.H. Co. New Haven A Northampton. N. y.. si. tt.xn,n. n. wj., Shore Line R. R HISCELLAKSOCB STOCKS. - V - Par Bid Asked New Haven Gas Ligt Co.... , 25 New Haven Water Co 50 Peok.BtowAWtloox.. 25 Security Insurance Co 40 Swift A Co 100 Telephone Che. A Pot 100 Brie i 100 N.Y.ftN. J....V...,.,v 108 Southern N. E i....... 100 U.S. Rubber preferred, par.. 100 it Co, 83 100 101 23 35 lul 50 8 m 96 100 52 47 98 78 ; , ; BAILaOAOaOXM, ' Due Bid Asked B.. Y. A.t.5i.'.......'... Holyoke A Westfttld 1st to. Hmisiitonia Consols 5s ..... . 1905 107 19U 99 - 1937 MX 1918 111 .1 1900 113 - t 1900 109 111 use no 1899 HO we lis - New Haven A Derby te. NeW Haven ft Derby 7s.. , Keif Haven Darny New Haven AN. 7s. im.. New Haves ft N.7S, 1874.. N.H. AN. Consols ... , 100 100U 50 65 ' - 100 91& 93M 100 22 " 100, 243 4 246 100 91- 109 9 - ; iS fit ten IM - 1UI0 101 W - 191(1 107 111 - n. i . ft n. K. lai 7S N. Y.A N. K. !.(. K.Y.iN. K.IM1 N. Y..N. H.ft II. to N.Y., N.H.AM, lie. to. N. YProv.A lloumn 7s.. N. Y I'rov.A llosmnto.. West llaron II. K. R. At.. 19U5 in7 ine luoi lot lul , luoi 101 IWM 107 , 1HIKI 110 . Ml 101 . 1914 mo HA 1071, MIrSM.ACOUS BONDS. Due Rid Asked . M. W , iki, ; jw,k im Now IUvwi City 7 111 New Haven ttty 5s 1HU7 111) New Havnn City to, sewerage 1914 Ka Nw Haven dry 8is. " 1907 95 New ttavsn Town Uus 9n New llavon Town 1'. P. Issue l(t M 99 New Haven School to ltK HU S.N. K.Telenhoneta 1HM 101 109 SwlrtACo 1910 1U2W ITitmncial. SECURITIES FOR SALE. 9sbs Swift A Co. stock. 11 ahs Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. stock. 10 shs Smyth Mfg. Co. stock. ISO shs Boston Electric Light stock. M shs Pequnnnock Nat. Bank, Bridgeport. 5,000 City of Jacksonville, Fla., 5 per cent bonds. 5 per ct. and 6 per ct. Loans On real estate In New Haven and vicinity, J. . LOMAS, Sl40ltf SIT CHAPEL HTRFET. VERMILYE & CO., Bankers and Brokers. Dealers in Investment Securities. 16 and 18 NASSAU STREET, Ngsjv "STox1sl Oity. SECURITIES FOR SAIL 25 shs N. Y.. N. H. A H. RR. stock. 20 shs Boston Electric Light Co. stook. 20 shs V. S. Rubber pfd stock. 19 sbs American Bank Note Co. stook. 20 shs Merchants' Nat. Bank stock. 10 shs First Nat. Bank of Walllngford, ct. 6 shs Saybrook Bank of Essex. $10,000 City of Chicago 5 per cent, bonds, M . B. NEWTON & CO., Bankers and Brokers, 86 ORANGE STREET. SECURITIES FOR SALE, CO shs Swift A Co. stock. 5 shs New Haven Water Co. stock. 25 shs Merchants' National bank stock. 26 shs Bridgeport Electrio Light Co. stock. 25 shs Southern New England Tel. Co. stock. 26 shs Rome, Watertown ft Ogdensburg RR. Co stock. 4 shs Yale National bank stook. 2 shs National Tradesmen's bank stock. 2500 Swift A Co. 6 per cent, bonds. SIOON. Y., N. H. A H. RR. Co. debs. 6000 City of Derby, Conn., 4 per cent, bonds. CO00 Town of Greenwich, Ct., 1 p. c. bonds. 6000 South. N. B Tel. Co. 6 per oent. debs. H. C. WARREN & CO., 108 Orange st reet. n r rw BURGLARY, FIRE, Uul FORGERIES, BY HIRING 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. Buillon, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones, and all evldenoes of values, Aooess to vault through the banking room of the MB. CHANICS BANK, 18 OHUBOH, COR. CENTER STREET. Coupon rooms for convenience of patrons All persons Interested are cordially invited to nspeot the oompaoy'e premises. Open from 9 a. m. to 6 p.m. Thomas k. Tbowbbidob, President, OuvraS. Whitb, Vice President, Chas. H, Tbqwbmpok, Boo, and Tress. BANKERS AND BBO&XBS, No. 48 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. Y. Stook Exchange, Produce Ex change and Chicago Board of Trade, C. B. BOLMER, Manager New Haven Branch. . 11 nf Hj.llwf.v Blanks And DmiA, also Grain, Provisions and Cotton, Bought i.i ' Connected by Private Wire with New York, Boston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. BONDS AND STOCKS. 15,000 New Britain, Conn., 4 per cent, bonds. $5,000 City of Derby, Conn.. 4 per ct. bonds. $5,000 N.Y., N. H. ft H. RR.4 p. o.debentures. 10 sbs N. H. Water Co. stock. 15 shs N. Y., N. H. ft H. RR. Co. stook. 60 shs Rome, Watertown and Ogdensburg RR. stock. 25 shs American Bank Note Oo. stock. 25-shs Boston Bleotrlo Light Co. stook. FOB SALE BY The Chas. W. Scranton Co., Investment Brokers, 34 CENTER STREET. National Tradesmen's Bank, NEW HAVEN, CONN., Draws Bills of Exchange . ON . . Alliance Bank (Limited), London, Provincial Bank of Ireland, Dublin , Union Bank of Scotland, Credit Lyonnais, Paris. And on all the Principal Cities of Europe. Issues Circular Letters of Omdlt Available ., Throughout Europe) i GEO. A. BUTLER, President. WM. T. FIELDS. Cashier. COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our services to the public to buy nd sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc., on oommlsslnn, Our experlenoe and extensive acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well. Business so licited. Respectfully, W. & R. FOOTE, 430 SUte Street. N.H.N.tMta Nw London Noriuoro 1st to. New London Nunbi'rn 1st to. utcrtatnmcttts. 1 Thurmluy, Friday, Saturday, Sept. U, 14,11 Miilnim Saturday, ACROSS THE POTOMAC. By Augustus Pltnii and Colonel Alfrlend, with Its wealth of special soenery, mechanical and electrical efletits. Tuesday, Wednesday, Sept. is, 19, matinee sti evening each day, Steve Brodieln "On the Bowery." Lecturo Hall Annex Free Blake ft Moel. IT'" ,,"'hnlcal Wonders end Prof. Abt's iinpuiYing views. V. Mk cmniuencltig piintr lutu. A Continuous Performance of High Unas Vaudeville. Open from l:f to iM and 1 to 1L Admission 10 cents. si 'gxtvxslons. m trip. By the beautiful NEW STEAMSHIPS of th Old Dominion Line, To Old Point Comfort or Virginia Beach and Return, (Hygola Hotel), (Prinocss Arno Hotel), Most delightful resorts on the Atlantlo coast for an AUTUMN OUTING, May be made for Old Point Comfort filG.on Virginia Beach. SIT .00 A day and a quarter at either hotel, $10 S17 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 the oourse skirts the coast, with little likelihood of seasickness, and passes In review many watering plaoes and points of Interest. Apply to Peck ft Bishop, Chapel St., Morse A DeForest, CO Center St., or to OLD DOMINION S. S. CO., Pier 26, N. R., Novr York. W. L. Qulllaudeu, Trafflo M'gr. jy23 13wd gotcls. Hotel Monopole, (European Plan.) 14 and 16 Church Street. CiAKE and Ladles' Restaurant connected ) with hoteL HTHOT LUNCH served ti Cute. JelO IMPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATIONS Made during the dull summer months have mado . - MOSELKY'S fBSm NEW HAVJSN HOUSE EATssUMore comfortable than ever forbotl permanent or transient guests. Traveling men aro shown especial attention, sll BETH H. MOSELEY. TO THE HOLDERS OF THE Consolidated Mortgage 5 p. ct. Ponds AND THE Collateral Trust 5 per cent. Bonds. Default having been made In thenavment of the interest due upon your bonds, the un dersigned have consented to aot as a commit tee to protect your interests and to tako whatever steps may be necessary under the circumstances. An agreement has been prepared. In accords anoe with the terms of which you areaskedto deposit your bonds at the offlue of either ths IN BOSTON or the NEW YORK GUAR. ANTYft INDEMNITY COMPANY IN NEW YOKK, and copies of the agreement may he had on application. Negotiable oertlfl catos will be Issued for all bonds deposited, and application will at once be made to have them listed by tho New York Stock Exchange, 6. KNDICOTT FEABODY. Chairman, (President American Loan & Trust Co., Boston.) W. O. OAKMAN, (President New York Guaranty ft Indem. nlty Co., New York.) W. S. FITZ, Boston. GEORGE C. LEE, (Orl.ee, Hlgglnson ft Co., Boston. HOW1AKD DAVIS, New York. BARTHOLD SOHLESINGKR, Boston, FRANCIS S. BANGS, President ntate Trust Co., ew Tork. N. W. JORDAN, Secretary, Boston. MOOHFIELD STOKEY, Counsel, Boston. au8 Satf 1 FOR 25 shs N. Y., N. H. ft H. RR. Co. 10 shs New Haven Water Co. sbs Boston Electio Light Co. 100 shs Portland Electrio Light Co. 40 shs Detroit, Hillsdale & S. W. Kit. 25 shs Fort Wayne A Jackson RR. prefd. B0 shs Chi. Juno. & Stock Yards pref. 100 shs Syracuse, Binghamton ft N. Y. RR' dlv. 8 per oent. by Del., Lack. & West. RE. $10,000 Erie & Pitts. RR. 7s of 1898. $10,000 State of Massachusetts 3s of 1023. KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAT. The New York, New'Haven and Hart ford Railroad Company. To the Holders of ; Debenture Receipts'. THE fourtbjand final instalment of S3 pel oent. .u the amount of tho subscriptions to the Company's Debenture Certificates be. comes payable at our office. Si Wall St., NeK lOra, on rno isr imy in uciuur. Jovt. For the oon venie ice of the holders of thess receipts, payments may also be made at th following agenoiesluplto.the 1st .of Octobes Inclusive : W. Im SQUIRK, Treasurer, H. X., a. U. A H. K. K. Co., New Hmven. Conn. JACOB C. ROGERS, 48 State street, Boston, Mass, CONNECTICUT TRUST ft:SAF DEP08IX COMPANY, Hartford. Conn. CHICOrKK NATIONAL BANK, Springfield, Mass. RHODE ISLANDNATION AJL, BANK, rrovraenoe, n, I, Payments made aubseauent to that data must be remitted to us in New York. Holders of Debenture Beoeipts making the Davmenta at our office will receive In ex. change the new Debenture Certificates with coupons attached : also a check for the Inter est due the 1st of October on the 15 per seat. pnjvmusjy para. , r , Holders who make payments at the ahovn agencies must deposit their receipts with said agendas, who will forward them to New York, lor exchange into certificates, which will be returned to them t hrough the agencies, or direct, as mav be desired, together with a check for the interest due October L, Mat, qu uHEUL,AUKti4nwaras;.i slSeodlOt . financial Agents. ' fL ,,.saa. a-i tex 700 MILE 'W