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NEWHAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 1894.
7 FOOD AND HEALTH pipiT ANOTHER BVCCEBSrVL DAY-LARGE CHOWDB AT TUB AHtfOMY,. . i , it i The ConeorU by the Orchestr-To-Dayi Musical Frognun-Olhr rMtnres of the Big EslUMt Mrs. Lincoln's tine Lec ture. The Food and Health exhibition was attended by hundreds of people yes terday afternoon; nearly all of whom were ladles, and In the evening the big armory was thronged. Crowds lingered bout enjoying the music and the so-1 clal opportunities presented ana tast ing of the tempting hot buckwheat cakes, the wheatlne, the Jollies, the hot coffee, hot chocolate and other drinks, hot and cold, all so freely offered.vlewed the rapid work of the broom-maker, gazed at the exhibits, made guesses for hte prizes offered, and took in the exhi bition generally. In the evening scores of prominnt citizens were in the happy throng. Joining in the general comfort and happiness attendant upon the af fair. Church and Meadow street side walks were lined with people going to the exhibit at 8 o'clock, and at 10 were again lined with the departing visit ors, most of the ladles carrying home flour bags filled with samples of goods and picture cards which were given away at the booths. At the Fairbanks Cottolene booth those in charge are Mrs. Maloy of Montreal, Miss L. Ambrose of New York, Mrs. Clark of Halifax, Nova Sco tia, and Mr. Booth of this city. Here sugar cakes were served which had been made with the Cottolene shorterf ing Instead of lard or butter as an in gredient. The verdict was very satis factory. The Welcome soap booth is under the charge of George A. Pierce of Boston, and the ladies In charge are Miss Kittle Tvtvd and Miss Alice Karentz, both of this city. Here guesses are made and registered with coupons as to the dis tance between certain specified points on a big sign in the rear of the hall, the winners to receive vaiuawe gins. At the New Haven Baking company s big exhibit Captain Chester C. Smith is in charge and the lady assistants are Miss Minnie Loveland and May Howey. At Bryan, Miner & Read's display Mr. and Mrs. G. W. P. BedeU are in charge. Owing, to the illness of Mrs. D. A.1 Lin coln she was unable to deliver her cooking lecture yesterday afternoon.and the leoture was given by Mrs. John H. Lee, who gave practical demonstrations In the setting of a dining room, with particular attention to the table dec orations. Mrs. Lincoln was hardly able to lecture on Monday and at the close she was nearly prostrated ana was oblieed to take to her bed. Tes- terdav she was quite weak, but ex- pects to deliver her usual lecture this aftrnoon. She Is attended by Br? Skiff. About' three weeks ago hsfTiuaband died and she has not yet recovered from the effects of the shock and ta addition she is very tired from almost 'constant ly lecturing for several months. Mrs. Lincoln was the first principal of the 'Boston School of Cookery, be ginning her duties in 1879. STie5 t&tighY there -for six" years. Since 1885 she has tausrht in the kitchen of the Boston pub 11c. schools, inculcating ...therst ele ments of cookery. She also lectured for three years at La Salle seminary; has lectured in "nearly all the, ;large .cities of New Ensriand, and the .last year has lectured at the principal food -exhibits In the country. Last summer she lec tured at the Long Island. Chautauqua and will go from here to tne iioston exposition. She was wanted at the flhicaeo and Cincinnati expositions, but having first made the New Haven en easement, she could not go. . In No vetnber she will lecture-at the St. Louis exDOStion. In addition to her 'other engagements she is regular contributor to the "New , England Kitchen." Mrs. ' Lee, who so ably assists Mrs. Xilncoln, was a student In the Boston cooklns school under Mrs. Lincoln and carries out her policy In the culinary demonstrations. The two have traveled a great deal together giving these lec tures. ' In her lecture yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Lee demonstrated the. manner of making some fine dishes and garnishes and gave the following recipes: Oyster Salad. nn nlnt oysters, parboiled. Drained ' marionette with French dressing. One pint celery cut fine. Mix with mayon- nalse dressing. Garnish with lettuce and radishes. Mayonnaise Dressing. One teasDOOnful mustard. One half teaspoonful salt, a quarter of a salt, spoonful of cayenne, yolks of two raw eggs, one pint olive oil, two tablespoons ful of vinegar and two of lemon Juice. Fringed Celery. ' Cut the celery in strips and fringe the ends, " ' V " . Lettuce Salad. Take the heart of one head lettuce add a salt spoonful of salt and a salt SDOonful of : cayenne pepper, one quar ter of teaspoonful of onion Juice, three table spoonfuls 'of olive 'oil and one of vtnesrar. Tb 'eveTy three tablespoons ful of: oil and, : one of vinegar add one salt spoonful of salt, and a quarter of a salt spoonful of pepner. The lectures by. Mrs. Lincoln and Mrs Lee to' h given ftatihg the remainder Of the exposition , are- as iquows: ' Mrs; Jjincdln's Lectures' oi Cookery. Wednsdayfe October S A VSoups" Thursday; October 4, subject to be an nounced; Friday, "Fish ana sauces Saturday, October 8, "Vegetables." Monday. October S, "Game"; Tues day, October 9,, "Chafing Dish"; Wed nesday,. October 10, "Pastry"; Thurs day. October 11, "Salads"; Friday, Oc tober 12. "Bread";' Saturday, October li "Left-Overs."' Mrs. Lee's Lectures on .Dining Room, Wednesday, October 3, "A Family Breakfast" t .Thursday, October 4, "Re- centlon Table"; Friday, October 5, "Af ternoon Tea"; Saturday. - October 'ft "The Invalid's Tray." Monday, October 8, Ther ' Breakfast TiM"! Tuesday, October S""The Re i ception Table', Wednesday,. October 10, "A Luncheon"; Thursday; "pfetober 11, "The Invalid's Tray"; Fridayi: Oc tober -13." "How to Serve a-Dinner for Four"; Saturday, October 13, "An Af ternoon Tea."" ; .:..y.;,';."; v The different: booths attract cbegreat . crowds Iastevenlng with their pretty waitresses and the giving away, af sam ples. Nearly everyone- waai'toting around;' W-flour sack given, aivay. by Bryan. Miner V Read, filled with the different iumplet. In the Hygeia Ice booth a cake o Ice is on exhibition for the vleltors to g-ueea lt weiKht. Laet nlghth Miss Nellie Foster of M DewlU street made a happy fueae. The cake's correct weight was 168 pounds 8H correct weight wu 10S pounds 6 1-2 ounces, and will In consequence get a year's supply of Ice free. In the center of the armory Is the New Haven Baking company's exhibit Mr. George Jewell, shipping clerk for tho company, trimmed the booth and deserves a groat deal of credit. A feat ure in the booth Is a large revolving wheel, which Koes by motor power. ! The shelves are filled with goods of the flrm an(J a handsom0 lowing Is made. John Champion & Co.'s booth is dec orated with asparagus vines running ten or twelve feet in length ana with specimen plants, palms, coco palms, pandanus, satanla, rubber treea, etc. The booth Is trimmed with fancy bas kets and lardlnleres. with trimmings of cheese cloth and pink ana wiie-green satin ribbon. The musical program for this after noon and evening is as follows: This afternoon: March Liberty Bell Sousa Overture EmDeror Klesier Polka Midway Plalsance Herman Selection The Daughter of the Regi ment Donizetti Danse Africalne Gilder Majourka Caprice Ellenberg Selection Panjandrum Boettger Medley waltz Sweet Marie Engel Selection Sounds From the Sunny South Iseman This evening March of the Mystic Shrine Hoist Overture Morning, Noon and Night Suppe La Troika, Russian dance Braham Cornet solo Columbia Rollinson Mr. G. Kessel. Selection Martha Flotow Walts Jolly Girls Herman Fan taste A Showman s Dream... Tobanl The Virginia Skedaddle Rosenfeld Medley Behind the Scenes Bendlx Funeral of John C. Emllfh. The funeral services of John C. Eng- llsh were held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at his late residence, 199 Whit ney avenue. There were present a large assemblage of the relatives and immedl ate friends of the deceased. The ser vices were conducted by Rev. Dr. New man Smyth of Center church. The quartet choir of Center church sang finely two selections, "Lead Kindly Light," and "Thy Will Be Done. Many floral offerings rested upon the casket. Mr. David Daggett had charge of the ceremonies. ' The interment was in Evergreen cem etery. The bearers were Messrs. Ed ward R. Sargent, E. E. Hall, J. B. Car- .ington, J. B. Fitch, B. Austin Cheney and Frank L. Bigelow. LIBERTY BELL COVNCIL. Election of Officer! Last Even'ng. Liberty Bell council, No. 3, Junior Order United American Mechanics, held an election of officers last evening and the following were elected for the en suing year: Councillor, S. J. Stowe; vice coun cillor, C. H.' Johnson; R. S., W. P. Lin coln; F. S., R. V. Allard; conductor, J. E. Rowland; warden, D. S. Thomas I. S., W. Z. Bartlett; 0. S., W. O, Staples; W. T., J. K. Taylor. . Liberty Bell is the first council in this city of the Junior orde,r, and composed entirely of present members of Washington, Garfield and Pioneer councils. From, its rapid growth It Is expected that itcwill soon rival in num bers: any of the various councils of the O. U. A. M. in this city. FAIR HAVEN. The warden and burgesses of Fair Haven East voted on Monday evening to disband the two fire companies Quninipiac Hose and the Dayton Hook and Ladder companies and to reor ganize the department under the name of the Quinnlpiac Hose and Hook and Ladder company. A meeting will be held In a few days to reorganize. One of the burgesses said that the step had been taken to cut down expenses. A big boiler from the Biglowe shops. drawn by six horses, was taken across the Barnesville bridge yesterday after noon. Tne bridge showed no signs of weakening, and it is evidently stronger tnan it nas Deen given , credit for. Quinnlpiac conclave. No. 313, Order of Heptasopns, met Monday night and in itiated ueorge u. Foote and John Lounce, Two candidates were also voted in. J.HB uuiiuiave is steauiiy growing, ana promises to be one of the best in the state. After the regular business considerable time was spent in work on tne Dy-iaws. The Yale launch was hauled out of me wmnnipiac -river on Mondav ' and placed in winter quarters in the yard of ueorge M. uraves. Captain Dadmun has made the boat secure until she is wantea oy tne crew next year. - The members of Perseverance coun cil, Daughters of Liberty of Fair, Ha ven, win give an oia fashioned New England supper at the Sons of Veteran half, corner of Orange; and Chapel streets, tnis evening. BROnir ra. yalb to-day. lint Football Game of the Season In New Havn. The first football game of the season In New Haven will take place at the Yale field this afternoon at 3:80 o'clock between Yale, and Brown. The make-up of the Yale team will be as follows Left guards', Chadwick and McCrea ten tackles, Beard and Hiokok; quarter backs, Morris- and Fincke; left ends. Hinkey and Bass; right ends? L. Hlnkey and Greenway;' right tackles, Judd and Murray;, Hght guards. Brown and Hickok; center,- Sttllman; half backs. Thomas, Marks, DeWitt; full backs, Jerrems, Reddlngton. '. ( .' Doings of Fire Commissioners. At the regular- meeting of the Are commissioners last evening the applica tions of James O'Neil, C. Irving Hemion and Daniel W. Humphrey were received and ordered on file. The regular month ly bills and payrolls of, the .department -war also approved. Substitute John E. James was appointed a tegular mem ber of the department to fill the vacancy caused by the- removal recently of George Alleri s ' - WAiuneroMD, Went Republican for About the tint Ttoe Mo the Town Is Hot BopeUeely ptmo eratlo. Assessor R. H. Cowles has, In looking ovor the grand Hit, discovered ; mis take which makes quite difference in the receipts for taxes on the last list made out Assessor Thomas Doonan .mads pp the assessment list on the property owned by the Church of the Holy Trin ity. The bouse on Center street hill was put In at $1,500 and other pieces of property were down for $9,500, which would make a total of $11,000. But by Assessor Doonan's calculations In foot ing up the figures the total was put at $3,000 Instead of $11,000 and so placed upon the rate book, and the town tax was paid on $3,000. The, borough list, which was taken from the town book, was entered at $3,000, and both taxes have been paid to Collector Austin. The mistake is the cause of about 1180 difference in the tax receipts. Evident ly Assessor Doonan, In footing up the two assessments, mistook the $9,600 for $1,500, and consequently changed the total from $11,000 to $3,000. The result of Monday's election re moves Walllngford from the list of hopelessly democratic as for about the first time In the history of the party It has gone republican, even If only by a small margin of eight votes. The town gave Tom Waller over 200 majority. Early election morning a stranger was near the depot and expressed a strong desire for a drink, but owing to the saloons being closed and not being posted as to how to get In the closed places, he was unable to get the re quired "nip." Edward Nugent, who was standing near, heard the remark and volunteered to go and get the thirsty stranger a half-pint. The offer was accepted and a dollar bill was sent with Nugent on the errand. At last ac counts Ned had not returned with the change. The stranger can now find his man, but probably not the $1, at the hotel on Whalley avenue. New Haven. The Ladlee' Library association held its annual meeting yesterday afternoon and elected as officers Mrs. B. F. Har rison president, Mrs. C. A. Harrison vice president, Miss Edith F. Lane sec retary, Mrs. H. L. Wallace treasurer, Miss Emma Lewis librarian. "Jane" by a first-class company Is booked for the opera house this even ing. The play had an almost unprece dented run in New Tork city and re ceives favorable press notices from all sides. Miss Georgie Hubbard starts to-day for Philadelphia for a month's visit with friends. . ; '. . Quite a delegation from here -will take In the Danbury fair to-day.', . The rainfall here for September was 4.88 inches. . " Mrs. Thomas Nicholson is Visiting her former home in Philadelphia'; .for. la month. ' .,,:"; The "hunters have not yet ''had' tttu6h luck in the woods and report game birds scarce. -.'."'; ' ' There was quite an Interest mani fested in the voting for the $8,000 appro priation for the Wallace hose house and Are alarm system last evening, and 353 votes were polled, 21&yes and 117 no.. a majority of 89 lit favor of the appVdp ation. , ' y , ;". ftev. C. H. Dickinson has accepted? a call to preach in Canandaigiia. N.Y: f. . C. H." Thomas' spaniel "Max" was killed by an Air Line train Saturday.,'. - E. A. Hiler1, starts on his bicycle Thursday for Brattleboro.VC 'CW ::"') Frank Shtpman and Ed Treat .are attending Yale college. . Frank Allls and Michael Downs are studying at the Sheffield ' Scientific school in New Haven. Miss Alice-Lane starts to-day--for Northport, L. I., to remain until Christ mas. The Meriden banjo club will have a rehearsal at the house of Arrriand Hall on Church street, this Wednesday even ing. George B. Allen cut his thumb with an axe while splitting wood Monday. Dr. G. H. Craig Is the nominee for senator from the Sixth district on the 'prohibition ticket. Edward Nugent was arrested Monday for assault upon his sister, Mrs. Fred Williard -of Oak street. Judge Hubbard save him ,- thirty days and costs for drunkenness and sixty days in Jail for assault. He is well known, In New Ha ven Jail. Increase of Money. Washington, Oct. 2. The treasury cir culation statement for September shows an increase of money of all kinds in cir culation of $8,367,501 during the month, making the aggregate $1,655,038,982, or $24.07 per capita on an estimated popu lation of 68,764,000. v Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford, the for mer a conduotor on the Chicago and Northwestern railroad, are, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corner of 14 High street, Waterbury. The ladles' who are sisters have not seen eaclj other n forty-three years. I THE MODERN CLEANER. I Polishes. I g Glass, 1 I . '' , ' Marble, I . ..' ' , Brass, I I i'J- and cleans paint I to,,J j Exhaustion " Nervousness Insomnia Prevented And Cured by Sanford's Olnger Operating On the ; Nerve Forces Which Centre At the Stomach Containing among iU ingredimu ths par ent uf medicinal French brandy ami tne Beet of Imported ginger, It is raitljr uperior to the ohoap, wortEleu, and often dangerous Blnien urged as ubtitute. tok for SANFORD'S OINGER and took for owl trade-mark on the wrapper. Bold everywhere. Porrun rww ". 'union... Not a Denominational Enterprise. In your Issue of October 2 you print the statement recently put forth of the Calvary Industrial Home, 40 Crown street. By an inavertance it appears under the heading Calvary Baptist home. The home Is not a denominational en terprise In any sense. And we, as a committee, should have cause for much regret if the Impression should become a settled one throughout the commu nity that we have opened a home for BaptiBts! The inmates are of many denominational connections and , of none, and of many nationalities. Besides, others than Baptists have generously contributed to the support of the home which we have designed and Intended to maintain, as God gives us the means, as a Christian industrial home for all who need and will avail themselves of its help. Yours truly, Edwin M. Potest. NO FEAR OF PIMPLES OR BLACKHEADS If you use Woodbury's Facia! Soap. It is a pure antiseptic, medicinal toilet soap for daily use, prepared by a specialist who hat had 20 years cxpericncel treating the! IRAK 'Sja ftueK skin. Drug gists sell it. Bware nt (rnlta. tfcns. i. book on Dermatelocr with STtt7ca.lr MAQIO IRON-TONE (NON-ALCOHOLIC) ' The Ideal Tonic Beverage for Nerve Brain and Blood, on- draught at the principal soda fountains at 5c. per , glassi Bottles Extract Magiclnm Tone for home use, 25c. One bottle makes a quart of tho best Iron Tonic Syrup in the world. Delicious In ico water; Will keep indefinitely. Does not affect 'the teeth. , .,, ;,v.m rOR SALE BY . DRUGGISTS AND CONFECTIONERS iftnattctal. The Naw York, New Haven and Hart- . ford Railroad Company. . To the Holders of Debenture Receipts. THE fourttCand anal instalment of S3 per cent. ,n the amount of tne Subscriptions to the Company's Debenture Certlfloates be comes payable at our offioe, 23 Wall at,,, New i ork, on tho 1st day of Ootober, ISM.' , Forthecjnvenie leeof the holders of these receipt, payments may also be made at the foll iwlnr agencies uptto the 1st of October, Inclusive: '''"' ' W,I SQUIRE, Treasurer, TJ.Y..N. H. H. R. B. Co., New Haven, Conn. JACOB O. ROGERS, 43 State street. Boston, Mass. CONNECTICUT TRUST SAriS DEPOSIT COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. OHICOFEE NATION At BANK, 1 - Sprint-field, Mass. RHODE ISLAND1NATIONAI.BANK, Payments made subsequent to that date must be remitted to us in New York. . Holders of Debenture Receipts making- the payments at our office will reod ve in ex change the new Debenture Cirtltt ates with coupons attached ; also a oheck for the inter est due the 1st of October on thd TS per otnt. previously paid. . Holders who make payments at the above agencies must deposit their receipt wltn said agencies, who wiU forward them to New York, for exohange into crtln ates, whloh wUl be returned to them through theagenotes, trAtret m mav be desired. t,)irethRr with a check for the interest due Ootober 1, tm, on tne per cent, nreviuumj iam. D&KXtL, MORGAir COMPANY, "sl3 eodlOt y'lnane al Atom. Hotels. , otel Monopole, (European Plao. , 14 and 16 Church 8trjet, ' TfAFE -and ""rahr connected V) with hotel. erHOl LUMCH served In Cafe. : JeW IMPROVEMENTS IKO ALTERATIONS , Made during the dull summer month . have made . .-,':, MOSELKI'S . NEW HAVBNHOCSB I .llfare TOnrfortableShaneer .'fa' perauaent or translentrAeats. Traveling both ngmeo FtuaiZCtaL Sugar Was the Ove shailuw.ng texture of ttpeatloa. New York, Oct. I American Sugar was the overshadowing feature of spec ulation to-day, the stock having been traded In to the extent of 108,200 shares. It was heavy almost from start to fin ish, there having been only a slight rally of per cnt. late In the day, which was subsequently lost. The price opened at MWQ88H. and gradually set tled down to $3H.'closlng at the lowest point. Conslderablw Investment ' stock came out and the bears assisted the downward movement to the best of their ability. The impression is that tho Insiders are willing to see the stock sell lower, certainly they are doing nothing to check the decline. The old reports that the refining business is poor and that the companies cannot live under the present tariff were again circulated. " - In direct contrast with the heavi ness of Sugar the general list displayed a little more firmness and at times showed a disposition to advance. This is the result of heavy oversold condi tion of the market. Many of the lead ing issues command premiums ranging from 1-206 per cent In the case of Hock Island and to 1-16 per cent. In the case of New York Central. The small bears took advantage of the break in Sugar to cover as the company on the short side is becoming unwieldy and there Is a fear that a bold movement by the bull leaders might lead to disastrous results In the ranks of the smaller shorts, at least, If it did not spread further. Louisville and Nashville was rather weak on rumors that the report to be presented at the annual meeting in Louisville to-morrow will be unfavora ble. The stock fell from 55 to 5514. Chicago Gas was In better demand and the shorts showed signs of nervous ness. The stock at one time sold up 114 to 7114, but . later receded to 70ft Speculation closed about steady. Net chunges show advances of '4, to Pr cent, in Atchison, Burlington and Quln cy, Chicago Gas, Northwest, Ruck Island, Manhattan, Missouri Pacific nd Western Union; and declines of to per cent. In General Electric, Lead and Louisville' and Nashville. Sugar dropped 2 and Jersey Central rose Vh per cent. . Railway and miscellaneous bonds were higher. Sales were $992,000. Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince- & Whltely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway. New York. and 16 Center street. New Haven: Klil. Asked. American Totmooo Co W.'V Americas Tobacco Co. pfd...,. lllll 108 :v ' i nl' llll, 1"H 110 1 -,l. 7(i' American untou un vo American Cotton Oil Co., pfd.. AmerioatiSufrnr Kenning Co., Am. Sugar itehnlng Co. pfd. . Atohisop, Topc-ka St Santa Fe. . 1WX m M li'.'. uanaaaBournern., Central of New Jersey Cneoapeake&Oblti voting 1 Cmcago A East Illinois pfd. Culoago & -Northwestern.... ...v Wi uucago. Burlington & Qulncy... pH ChicagoGiwCo .' Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul.. sh t'nleago, MUw kee ot.Paul pfd. lie Chicago, Kock Island partly. Oiilc&go, St. P.. M. Omaha 35,s, ClovoTand.U. C.4,8t. Louis 'J liO Ol :m 3i' 18 ia. 1:14 l.iii M4 'k 377. U4 1,A!4 17 8 55;', 24 lu 14 W J. llv S7! 183 30V llKI; 15 US & 24;'.; v 18' 37?. 8(l, 15)i 1 102 i 43 7 I4i 87V4 137,' 4.5H , 4 150 113 50 141 40 01 18K 25 187 13 2M Ool.. Hocking valiy Toledo..1. 1. v Consolidated lias, ...... Delaware & Hudson I 121 Caual...... 181K nlaware. Lack. A Western ltf6 I'enver & Rio Grande pfd 33 lis.Cattle Feeding Co........ h General Klectrio Co ;; lilinofsCentral UikeSnors Michigan So u take Brie- Western J1 Lake Kne& Western pfd 1 Louisville ft Nashville. . 85 Louisuille ftNewAloany........ Louisville New Albany pfd.... 21 LacedeGas J Missouri. Kansas JcTxas.... ..'.. 1 Missouri, Kansas & Texas pfd... SI Manhattan Elevated H7 Missouri Paolho 27 New york ; New Hnven W N.Y.&N. K..3d paid.... New York Ceu'.rai ft Hudson.... 10U S.Y., Chicago and t. L iuis Uh N V.. Lake Krie A Western 14,'i N Y.. Lake Erie Western pfii.. 34 N. Y. Ontario & Western 11 Norfolk & Western pfd -'34 North American Co k A' Northern Pacific s Nortuern Pacltio pfd I8J4, National Lead Co...... National Lead Co. pfd PaclnoMiill8.8.Co.. U Peoria, Decatur & Evansvlile.... 8fl Phila. & Reading-Voting Cts 1 Pullman Palaoe Car Co. ...... . ... 1J Rich. & W. P. T. tr., Stn Inst. p'd. 18 Silver Bullion Cert's ; fa Tennessee Coal Hi Iron 14 Tennessee Coal Iron pfd lexas & Paolrto B to., Ann Arbor & North Mich.. 7 Union Paclttc 12,' Union Paolflo, Denver if Gulf.... 4 Wabash -, tValwahnfd... 14 Western Union Telegraph.; Wheeling 4 Lake Erie, . . . . .. Wnoelingft Luke Brie pfd... Wisconsin Central .... J Adams Express 87.',' 13'.' m 110 48 American sxur tTiioii sutes Express...... Wuii..ii'riiii Exnress 115 U.S.Kunper........... g U.S.Rubberpfd....... , 2 U. S. Cordage Co. 13 C S Cordage Co., pfd 2:i)5 Htts3n!r0hi...1st. Lodis. Southern llttllway. , 13U Southern Railway pfd , , 4I Government Bonds, following are thp Quotations lor United States bonds at the call to-day: Ext. 2s, reir., ....... 96 a 4s.reg.,lW..- t..,....-,.. 113(S114jtf 4s ooup.,lwl... HhttoUU ew6s,reg.,iwj---- New 5s, ooup., If04. CurrenoyJJ.18 8urrenoy6s, 1M8.... urrenoy 8s, ..., Currency flu. jaw) . Currenoy 6s, 1899 NEW HAVEN LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Furnished daily by Kimbibly, Root & day Bankers and Brokers, 133 Orange street. BANK STOCKS. Par Bid Asked atyBank........r:..Vl 1 New Haven County National Bank. .4... ....... 10 1BK Meononics'Bank.,......: 60 Merohants' NaUonalBank.,,,, 44 j;., New Haven National Bank.." 100 164 - Trodesmen'sNatlonal Bank.. 100 139' Second National Bank. 100 187 - raleNationolBankr ..100 112), - BAILBOAD grorjKS. , Par Bid Asked fffcTfTY. A. L. preferred.... 100 ,99 rmbuiy&NorwalkKjR.eo, M , 88 f Detroit, 'Hillsdale 8. 'W.,... 100 W4, HStonloB.B.Opv...i..V 100 ' NauntuckB. R.C0...... 100 244 NewTl Even Derby H.K. Co. 100 91 SSIh!. ANnrthamDton. 100 92 8 Y.7N.H.Hr.B. Co.... 100 18 ShoreLineB.B..... ,. 100 170, V " MIBCSbLAlTKODS STOCKS. ' 188 Par Bid Asked New Haveri Gas Light Co. . as m Pew noveu " 2rff""", eok. Stow Wllot : w Security Insurance Co...... .. Swift Co. ....... .v. -....... . iriMthnnA (joes, ft rut ...... 50 loott si re. 110 40 100 100 100 100,. 98 m M -50V -r Lf Brie. :.r.:... ....'.:."..'.:.: 119 (SH)i 119 (S119U 101 -104 107 110 L4 113 T9 - HAIUIOAD BONOS. Due Hid Akl B.4N.V. A. !..(: 1W W) Uotf 1UX ill KM IM4 I WH IM 11414 101 Ji 107 111 Ilolyokei Wraiiteld 1st 4a.. HouNiloulo Conimiii 5a New lluven k Dtirby 5s New II veil A Derby 7s New Mairnn A lii-rhy As New Haven It N. 1. Imu i lull IW , IV IK , inn , luuo HW 1HJU lwm ion 1010 lino lin M lw , lull lmn . IHDil 115 111 Mew Hitvnn A N.", 187t N. II. A t tlllKOlS bs N. II. A N. 1st 5s Nuw liinilnii Northern 1st 4a, New Lonilon Noruiern 1st as N. Y.A N. V.. Ui T. 115 N. Y. N. Cist As , N. Y. A N. E. SI Us , 1011 110 N. Y..N. II. A H i. lill Hf, l;ti N.YN. H.AII. tb.ts N, r., I rov. it Hoctoii 7s N. Y.. I'niv. A lloalim U 110 lot , 142 West Haven H. K. H. 5s 1011 luo MCKLLANIODS BONDS. Duo lllil Ankcd t'u.': iHirt lit) New Huven(1iy7s ltmi llrt New Haven Cltr 5s Ii7 K) New llnvull t'llv 4h. snwnriure IUI4 llli New Haven City SWs, " W07 H5 New Hsvnn Town axs WW New Haven Town P. P. Issue lms m im New Haven School 4s. 1904 ID! . N. K.T3lmhonu5e 1MM llll'i 8wiftAC0.es 1910 luiV - SECURITIES FOR SALE. 50 shs N. Y N. H. & H. RR. stock. 20 sbs Boston Eloctrlo Light stook. 50 shs Swlt't A Co.'s stock. 50 shs U. S. Rubber Co. com. stock. SO shs U. S. Itubticr rd stock. $2,600 N. Y., N. H. tc H. RR. 4 per cent. ctfs. $."),000 City of Derby, Conn., 4 p. c. bonus. $10,000 Town of New Britain, Conn., 4 p. c. bonds. X. B. NEWTON & CO., Usnkers and Brokors, 86 ORANGE STREET. SECURITIES FOR SALE. 25 shs N. Y N. H. ft H. RR. Co. . 10 sbs New Hnven Water Co. 25 shs Boston Electlo Light Co. 100 shs Portland Electric Light Co. 40 shs Detroit, Hillsdale & S. W. RR. 25 shs Fort Wayne & Jackson RR. pref'd. 60 shs Chi. June. St Stock Yards prof. 100 shs Syracuse, ninghamton & N. Y. RR., div. 8 per cent, by Del., Lack. & West. Kit. $10,000 Erie St Pitts. RR. 7x of 1808. $10,000 State of Massachusetts 3s of 1921. KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAY. BANKERS AMD BROKEBS, No. 46 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N.Y. Stock Exchange, Produce Ex change and Chicago Board of Trade, C. B. BOLMER, Managor New Haven Uranoh. AH Classes of Hallway Stocks and Bonds also Grain, Provisions and Cotton, Bought and bold on commission. Connected by Private Wire with New York, Boston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. First Mortgage S per ct. Gold Bonds OF THE Bridgeport Traction Company, Of Bridgeport, Conn., Dated July 1st, 1893, . Due July 1st, 1933. Exempt from tax Id Connecticut, Tho above bonds arc an absolute first mort gage upon the entire street railroad system of Bridgeport, ooverlng thirty-two miles of track, equipment, roil estate, f ranohlse, etc. Spei lal oircular and full particulars upon application. Prioe, par and interest. H. C. WARREN & CO., 108 Orange street. COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our services to the publio to buy and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc., on commlssinn. Our experience and extensive acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well. Business so licited. Respectfully, W. & R. FOOTE, ap30tf 430 State Street. THE National Tradesmen's Bank, NEW HAVEN, CONN, Draws Bills of Exchange ON Allianoe Bank (Limited), London, mmnowi uans or ireiana, uuoua, Union Bank of Scotland, Credit Lyonnais, Furls, And on all the Principal Cities of, Europe, Issues Circular Letters of Credit Available Throughout , Europe. GEO. A. BTJTLER, President; WM. T. FIELDS, Cashier. DEFT BURGLARY, FIRE, FORGERIES, BY HIEING A SAFE IN THE VAULT OF Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe, from FIVE to SIXTY HOLLARS.. Absolute Security tor Bonds. Stocks, Wills, Bullion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones, and all evidences of values. Access to vault through the hanking1 room of the ME. CHANtCS' BAJiK, JHCHUltCH.COB. CENTER STREET. Cotrpoh'rooma tor convenience of patrons All tHtnanslnterMtedareoordlallT invited to nspeot the oompany'B promisee, Open from sa. m. n op. m. laoMABi a. TnownitiDOB. President. , OuvibS. Wbotb, Vice President, 1,111, u. TBOWBBIDOB, geo. ana j-reae. f7-B?x uttt vt jtr nn Bankers and Brokers. Dcalors in Investment Securities. 16 and 18 NASSAU S TREET, New -yoris. Oity. KoulharnN. E 1M U. ft Rubber urufarred, par. . IU) race&lffif, ITutertattittietitB. HYPERION THEATER Weiluesilav Kvi-nlng, Oct. ,1, THK KINO LATGH MAKER, Charley's Lxizit. IMrHcilon of Charlxs Pr hman. Prtsentiil by ihu original Ni w Vork company from t In-Stimilard Theater, New Vork. "niirc niver was a minute When Auntlo wasn t lu it." Saln of sctils now open s304r HYPERION THEATER. Tlmrmlay, Kvenlng, Oct. 4, MR. F.nWAItl) ilAltlilHAN- anil his VrW York i'oniiny In REILlY AND THE 400. F'lKl.T the direction of M. W. H.ml.v. Sale of Siuila opcimJTiiurwliiy. HYPERION THEATER. Prldiiy ICveuIng, IM. 8th, Miss Lillian Lewis In li"r r ni spectacular production of CLEOPATRA. 4BAL.. ItibMI EtKn. The Cii eat Ftorm Scene. Sale of rteul niw open. cm Il Monday, Toe.ilny, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 9, 3, MATINEE WEDNESDAY, Gus Hill's Novelties, Tlitirstlny, Oct. 4, One Night Only, Bob Fitzsimraons' Own Specialty Company. M liLI-i UlAM'A, tilt l'ttrirtuiu bvi 1) .iiuurf HIKI H Ki'lllU ITUIIl 1UUUIIB pol l m lllllllUL, Oprn Irmu Ui oi id and 1 to 11. Admltwion 10 tipnta. ol Second Food and Health Exposition Under the auspices of the NEW HAVEN Retail Grocers' Association, SECOND REG'T ARMORY, NEW HAVEN, CONN. Monday, Oct. 1, to Saturday, Oct. 13, 1894 Display of every kind of food product nan died ly the grocery trade. Dally tortures In the Art and Scienco of Cooking ty Mrs. Mary J. Lincoln of Boston. Dining Room illnphiy demonstrated by Mrs, John H. Leeof Boston. MuhIc by I'hllh irmonic orohestra of twenty piccrs, with additionul ninslcluns from New York , , )pen every day (Sundays excepted) from p. m. to 11 p. m. Ocncriil Admission Twenty-Five Cents. Extra charge for Cooking Lectures and Dining Boom display, H'o. ol lt, L.D.HIDBEY, Manager. California Excursions VIA Southern Pacific Co. LOWEST RATES. Also tickets Jfor TEXAS, MEXICO, CHINA and JAI'AN. Call on or address E. E. CURRIER, N. E. Agent, 1H9 DoTO lsbiro St., Boston, Mass. ' sb3 codiim . SEA TRIPS By the beautiful NEW STEAMSHIPS of th Old Dominion Line, To Old Point Comfort or Virginia Beach and Return, (Hygcia Hotel), (Princess Arne Hotel), Most delightful resorts on the Atlantic coast tor an , AUTUMN OUTING, May ba made ror $16 Old Point Comfort, StO.00 Virginia Beach, 17.00 Si7 A day and a quarter at cither hotel. Including Every Expense Of meals and berths en route and a day and 4 quarter s Doara at eitner notei. 1UIB 11 ID Ml lUUni lUCVUUim Wl luo vuiui ty 11 11 1 1 1. 1 1 u iiuHiwiwvi mwiiAUDu and passes in review many watering places and points of interest. Apply to reca a uisnop, unapei sc., morse as DcForcst, 69 Center St., or to OLD DOMINION S. S. CO., Pier 26, N, K., New York. W. L. Guillaudeu, Trafflo M'gr. jy2313wd CALIFORNIA, Sto jelecttnd Personally conducted WeStem PoltltSt bbbb A. BBBa Sk BVI A tAvuroiuna, Via Chicago, Union Pacific, and Northwestern Una. SHORTEST ROUTE. LOWEST RATES. ror Handsome iiiumraipu umirr ""u""1 '-'""""" ddrtM. F. E. SHEARER, Momger, 191 Clarlt Sthictgo, 'mJk " - - .. SB, , SB A " tcisv 700 MIL Excunlou., 290 WaahiogtoQ St., Boston. Mua. OUR STOCK OF ;J . , Toilet Requisites Is Unequalled in the City. TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHES, FLESH and BATH BRUSHES. Which will Siot Shed their Bristles, FINE SOAPS, Which will not leave the skin dry an4 rough. Colognes, Bay Rum and Toilet WaUra of delicate odon ; Face Powders, Lotions and Cosinetlca of every description. To prevent chafing and allay tmj irrJW tation of the skin, the VELVET TOILET POWDER Is without a rlVBjlj' lS fcenta' u bo E. L.WASHBUM & C07 , 84 Church and 81 Center Streets, ' WawHayen, CBnn." " ':i!V.-: