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NEWHAVENMORNTNGJOORNAL AND COURIER THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 1894.
7 : LIE A pit- She Could Hardly Believe it , at First But Now it is a Very Pleasant and Lasting Bality. A Popular Person Give Some Inter estlng Information. No drm could bo more pleasant than the experience which Ellen C. Mitchell of 297 Mineral Spring; av Fawtucket, R. I., haa had. She haa ' been a fearful sufferer and had abnn doned hope, but suddenly her sorrows all left her and the was a well woman. Bhe writes the following- most fasci nating account : "Four years ago I was taken aick with typhoid fever which left me en tlrely undone. My nerves were com pletely unstrung and I could not bear the' least noise. The slightest sound would make me start and tremble all over. When these trembling spells came on mv only relief was to lie down and try to obtain rest. "Almost every day I was attacked with severe nervous headache. It attempted to walk across' the floor the pain would be frightful, as If my head would split open. The palpitation of my heart was sometning areauiui. j could not go up or down stairs with out having these terrible spells. "The least excitement caused aeon tinual fluttering which was horrible in Its suffocating sensations, in raci lifo wa s unbearable. A lady friend who had been exeatly benefited by Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, advised me. to try it.. "The rMlpf which I obtained . can only be understood by other suffer era. who. after many years of suffer , ing. have at last found health. My hpaflaclip which had made my life so full of torture, as well as all my other troubles have been entirely curea Dy Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. "Now I can go through life free from all suffering. I can honestly say that t ho-Kja a near life hefnre me. I urire all sufferera to use this great medicine if they wish to be well." No sufferer can possibly hesitate after readlne of so wonderful a cure to take Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. It is a certain cure for disease. It is purely vege table and harmless, and is the dlscov. erv of Dr. Greene of 35 West 14th St. New York city, who has for many years used It In pis practice. He fe-the most , successful specialist in .curjnjtjleryous and chronic diseases and canbe con sulted" by all, "free of charge,' person ally or by letter. . FOVJTD A- SUICIDE'S BODY. John Kellly Makes s Ghastly MaooverimA ' ' Westville Man'DMHh."" " The-dead body of Joseph Arzburger, who resided at B6 Barnett street, West- ville, was found yesterday morning by John Rellly, .sexton of St Lawrence cemetery. Mr. Rellly immgdjie.ly noti fied Dr. Barnett of West,, Haven. A large gunshot wound was found Just over the heart and a double-barrelled shotgun was found just beside the dead man. 'One barrel was empty. Arzburger Was flfty-sfti years of age. Several days ago he told his wife that he would rid himself of the troubles of this world. He had been missing three days. The body .was taken to Stahl & Hegel's In this city, Arzburger was a shoemaker. For some time he bad been despondent. Danbury Fair Notes. Mr. G. B. Bunnell of the Grand and Hyperion theaters is in Danbury at tending the fair. He returns, this af ternoon. Stoddard, Kimberly & Co. of this city have a display of Ivory soap and also of the famous "Silver Dollar" com pound at .the fair. J. H. Bronsono Is in charge of this, as he is also of the ex hibit of the Babbit's soap people near by. , In the one mile handicap class B in the bicycle races there were seven en tries.' If was won by George Thatcher of New Haven, T. H. Allen of Springi field second and A. W. Warren of Hart ford third; time 2:14 1-5. . BAPTISTS IX COXTEXTIOX. Meeting Held All Oay Yesterday at the Flint Baptist Church. The annual meeting of the New Ha ven Baptist association began yester day morning at the First Baptist church, Wooste -Place, with a devo tional service at 9:30 o'clock. At 10 o'clock Rev. ,G. D., Ried of Deep River preached the ' annual sermon. At half past one o'clock in the afternoon the meeting ortle Woman's Foreign Mis sionary society was held. Mrs. Carpen ter of Japan gav a very interesting talk. ' At; 2 :S0. o'clock, there were re porta by Bey. P.:jv Jermegan and Rev. W. D. f MeKlnney relating to benevo lence., anil spiritual condition of the churches; A general discussion led by Rev. P. S. Evans and participated In by many of those present followed. ' .: Last evening Rev. J. S. James, D. D., of Hartford, gave a yery interesting address on the "Growth of the Church.!' Rev, ,W., P. Elsdon pf waterbury fof lowed ' with an earnest address " on "Church Worki" Rev. P. B. Evans of , this city made the "opening prayer, ' The program for to-day Is as follows: 10:00 Reports and discussion. Also four short addresses on phases of young .people's work. . . . 2:30 Bible Sohool association. Dis cussions led by Rev. E. W, Husted and Rev. J. F.-Elder. -,- i&fxl 4:00 Address by Mrs. James Ma-; iWhinnle of Cambridge, Mass. , f - 7:30 Rally of all Boys' brigades of city, with addresses by Rev. W. Gt, Fen nell and drill by Girls' brigade of Water ed SHIT, -v.; . .'.!..: There are targe numbers bTdfeteates present, i representing the; 'baptist . churches in nearly all of thf neighbor ing towns, .and it is probable 'that 4 many more will be come in to-day.. r . The ladles are " entertained,;" by. the Wims a the; church ' BRILLIANT FALL OPENINGS. omaxd siirun or bkautifcl hoods ix r ami mr. What Was Noticed ta Stroll Abont Tart. out of tbs Big Store Ya.Urday Elegant Wraps, Cloaks, Bonnets, KU. Yesterday the annual fall and win ter openings occurred at several of the big Chapel street stores, and despite the lowering skies the attendance of ladles was very large, and great Interest was evinced. Some of the multitudes of features of the various displays are as follows: M ALLEY, KB ELY AND COMFASY. The fall opening at the large empo rium of Maliey, Neely & Co. began yes terday and will continue to-day. Their display of hats and bonnets are among the finest that have ever been shown In this city. It Is no wonder the place was thronged all day and evening by the ladies. A dainty toque was of four-cornered affair, the entire crown being of brown broadcloth, Jeweled In turquoises. The edge was of mink fur, and there were several loops of brown satin ribbon. A love of a bonnet was of Havana brown, the crown of gilt passamenterle end there were several maganta roses and a brown aigrette at one side. A large hat of bluet vel vet was trimmed with variegated satin ribbon In the same shade, and there were two tiny wings and two steel buckles that were tastefully put on among the ribbon loops. A stylish toque was one which had an accordean pleated crown of black moire ribbon, with a braid and jet edge and two large black birds, while a brown felt Eng llsh gaiety with a high crown of black velvet covered with white lace and a white top to the crown is most daringly original. There were black velvet Rem brandts and large hats of every con ceivable style and description, hats that cannot fail to please everybody. The window displays of the firm are simply elegant. In all departments the displays are great, and there Is a souvenir bargain in every department. F. M. BROWN AND COMPANY. The large show windows of the firm of F. M. Brown & Co. presented a won derfully attractive appearance yester day and gave only a hint of the beauti ful fall display within. Opening day means first of all hats and bonnets, and what more could be desired than the displays made'all so attractive to femi nlnity. Among those noticed were: A striking toque was of emerald green velvet with mink scarf brim, medallion In gilt on crown, cerise roses confined in a loop at one side. . A novelty In fall millinery is the chenille braid. Entire hats may be made of It, or it may be combined with other material. It Is in any way dressy and attractive. A pretty swell hat of. the braid in black was trimmed with black coque feathers, huge cerise satin bows and velvet ties. Very Frenchy. An elegant large hat in black had a velvet shirred brim with high Van dyke crown, large cluster of tips and Greek bandeau in steel encircling the crown. A stunning novelty was. a wide brim of velvet showing open work medal lions in Irish point, felt chamois scarf, black plumes. Among the Drown hats, which are popular, was noticed one in Havana brown velvet with shirred crown, shaded brown and blue ribbons and birds used in the adornment. The opening continues to-day. THE CHARLES MONSON COMPANY. An elegant display of rich dress goods, satin antiques and other choice fabrics, Is that shown by the Charles Monson company at their annual fall opening, which began yesterday and continues to-day. The display is one seldom shown outside the metropolis, Upstairs in the cloak room are shown ready made suits and cloaks that for fit, style and finish cannot be excelled The Golf capes are gems and the rich theater and calling wraps have Paris stamped all over them. Bargains are to be offered each day and the opening day visitor must make it a point to look at their fine stock. Then they have an extensive line of the new crepe cloths that are sold for the modest price of $3 a yard and brocades all marked by a quiet ele gance that Is synonymous with the name of the firm. They also have a full line of imported laces. They also have a full and elegant line of tailor made gowns In silks and satins, and In all kinds of dress goods their lines are second to none. In this city. The opening continues to-aay,wnen spe cial bargains are offered in all depart ments. M. FRANK AND COMPANY. The opening, which was announced In our columns yesterday morning of M. Frank & Co., took place yesterday and will continue to-day. Large throngs visited this well known and popular store and Inspected their large lines of fall cloaks and ether season able goods. The display surpasses any thing ever before shown by this enter prising house. Special bargains are of fered.'. '. ' '-' , , i ' Death of Miss V Hian Flynn. Miss Lillian R, Flynn, daughter of Michael and the late Mary J. Flynn, died atTier home, 9 NIcoll street, yester day of consumption, " She had been for several years employed at Rogowskl's millinery ; establishment on Chapel Street, and was a young lady respected and esteemed by all who knew her. - The funeral will be held from her father's residence, 9 Nlcoll street, Frt day morning at 8:30 o'clock. Solemn requiem mass will be celebrated at St. Mary's church at o'clock. . j The safa of the Hotel Wellington in Plainville was .broken open yesterday and $2,000 stolen. The local" police were requested to be on the lookout for the thief, whose description was also fur nished them, but up' to a late hourlast night be bad. po been, saptured. ' 1 THE PUBLIC WORKS BOARD. rftfrs cvt dowx without lb Arm MOXMOAD COXMIilSIOXSBS. Interesting Bastriag Leal Eraalng Want Oay Brothers Pioaeeatad-WlU be MM Vpos to Explain Their Aetioa Otuar Mattara Aotad op. The Oay Brothers, builders, who are erecting a large apartment house on West Cbapet street, near Tork street, came in for considerable oensur at the meeting of the board of public works last ulght, at which all the members were present, Mayor Sargent presiding. At a former meeting of the board tbe Oay brothers had been given permis sion to out down two elm trees and trim a Ibird, which stood In front of their property on Chapel street After the meeting had been called to order Commissioner States called the attention of the board to the fact that three trees had been cut down, and said that the builders had openly boasted that they would cut them down whether they received permission or not. In view of these facta he suggested that they be prosecuted for violation of the city ordinance and moved that the matter be turned over to the city attorney for action. Commissioner McGann was, however, averse to such a summary mode of procedure, and suggested that the men be summoned before tbe board and given an opportunity to explain their action. This course was finally de cided upon. But Commissioner States had anoth er grievance against the firm. He re ported that they had laid the sidewalk In front of their property so that It was at least a foot lower than the adjoining walks, and claimed that should any one step off In the dark and Injure themselves the city would be held lia ble for damages. After a brief discus sion the matter was referred to the mayor and city engineer to Inquire Into the rights of the city in such cases, and see that they were enforced. Permission was next granted to Tale college to lay a cross walk at its own exponse from the new White dormitory at Elm and High streets, across Elm street to the campus, and the time was extended in which the Church of the Messiah must lay a new sidewalk on Orange street, in front of Its property from October 1 to November 1. A petition from Cornelius Fierpont, asking for permission to oonnect five houses by means of one sewer connec tion was referred to the mayor and city engineer with power to act. The question of allowing the street railroads of the city to tear up the streets of the city during the winter months came up and was freely dis cussed. Finally, however, It was de cided that notice should be sent to all street railroad compjanles with the single exception of the New Haven and Centerville road, that they would not be allowed to open any streets after December 1. An order from the court of common council for the opening of a new street from Whitney avenue to Prospect street, near the Whitney estate, was re ferred to the city engineer with Instruc tions to prepare a layout It was also voted to summon Joseph T. Whittlesey, owner of the property at 367 Prospect street, to appear before the board at its next meeting and explain why he connected two houses with the sewer by means of one pipe without permission of the board. WALLIKOFORD. A petition was presented to tbe board of burgesses asking that Colony street, from the school house north to Christ ian street, be macademized. H. L. Judd has sold the McKenna property corner of Center and Or chard streets, to F. L. Leighton, who proposes to erect a brick block on the property. "There Is a new coon in town" In the show window of J. M. Cannon's store on Center street. The same represents an automatio banjo player, and is one of a series of advertising figures. Horace Austin offers to sell seventy- two acres of his farm for $2,000, and agrees to keep nis stock in anotner place where the impurities cannot af fect the water shed which Is proposed to be used to increase the water sup ply of Paugh pond. The above agree ment Is on the condition that the borough decides within sixty days to make the purchase. The grange will hereafter hold meet ings every week. This evening will be Pomona's, night. i Captain Cornell will Inspect Com- pany K's armory and state property mis aiternuon. Superintendent Hall reports . only twenty-nine and one half Inches of wa ter in the gatehouse at Paugh pond.only four inches over the main pipe. This shows a faU of four and one half inches in two weeks. The Muddy river pump ing station will be started up next week. The Biggins & Rogers company made its first shipment of goods yesterday. About fifteen men are now at work. A petition is being circulated in the high school department to have hut one daily session . irom s:su v i o'clock. W. B. Dowse was a borough visitor yesterday. ' - THRONGS ATTEND IT. The Great Popularity of the Big Toad and Health Exhlbltlo. ... The Food and. Health exhibition Is attracting large audiences to the arm ory. The special features this week are ithe glass blowers. Their work is very interesting and very artiBtlo and is viewed by hundreds. All should at tend the exposition and none should miss this chance to see so many of the latest ana leaaing rood productions. The exposition is open from 2 to 10 p.m. each day and there Is a special musical program offered by the Philharmonic orohestra each afternoon and evening. The lectures by Mrs. Lincoln and Mrs; Lee are first-class and are alone worth far more than the price of admission, j Lieutenant Governor. Cady 'n'J exr Mayor. Hyde of Hartford, were guests of Mayor Andrews of Danbury at tbe Danbury fair jestertay.;0HvVi ; wiinmarrucs water-supply is very low and limitations as to its use were issued Yesterday, Insure , , Against Sickness Take Out A Policy in Sanford's Ginger And Laugh at Summer Ills And Epidemic Influences Containlnr anions Its tnrremrata the pur est of medicinal French brandy and the best of Imported Ringer, It la vastly superior to ih cueap, woruHH, anu oiiea aangerous singers urired as substitutes Ask for SANFORD'S G1NGKR and look for owl trade-mark oo tbe wrapper. Bold everywhere. Fottcb Daoo A Cum Cokp., Boston. ffOBTH UAVEX. Oct. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCabe of Grand avenue. New Haven, were in North Haven early one morning this week, Mrs. McCabe frequently visits the grave of her sister, Miss Jeannette Ford, who is burled In the Center cemetery. The standing committee of the church met on Monday evening. The Y.P.8.C.E. held a business meet- Ing at the Center chapel on Tuesday evening. During the offering at the Congrega tional church on Sunday morning Miss Edna Bassett sang a solo "There's a Beautiful Land On High," very ac ceptably to the large number present. Relatives and friends had a very en joyable reunion .at, the home of Mrs, Zerah Blakeslee on Tuesday in honor of her niece, Mrs. Irving Bassett, who is on a visit of some length to her rela tives In town. Abranis Charged With Theft. George Abrams of 119 Frank street was arrested last night by Sergeant Dunn and Officer Hoffman, charged with theft, and subsequently released on bonds furnished by his father. Abrams is supposed to be implicated with George Fletcher, who was arrested Tuesday, in the theft of $400 from Saloonkeeper Thomas Cronan of Frank Street. 1 J; ' 1 Warts, Pimples, .Freckles, Wrin kles, Superfluous? Hair, all Facial Blemishes, and "Skin Diseases. Regular registered Physicians. Call or write. Consultation free. 1 125 West 4ad Street, N. Y. send IBs. tor a little "Beantr" book. ISO pasts on skla aad soalp, eare of the balr, preserrir tlon M tfee oomplexlon, removal a isn sesiedjo anr address, with an pie of Wood biuy'i Facial Soap. 4r,' , N1 IRON-TONE , ' (NONWUCOrfOUC) . . The Ideal Tonic Beverage for Nerve, Brain and Blood, on drswithtiat the i principal soda fountalnat' set rT lass. Bottles Extract Magic iron one for home use, 25c. Una bottle makes a quart of tha best Iron Tonic Syrup in the world. Delicious . In kd water. Will keep Indefinitely. , Does not affect the teeth. ;. FOR SALC V DRUGGISTS AND CONFECTIONERS Hotels. Hotel Monopole, (European Plan.) - 14 and 16 Church Street. SAFE and Ladles' Restaurant conned tea with hotel. t-HOT LUNCH serred in . ' JelD IMPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATIONS juae aunng tne auu summer montn .,1 have made , , M HEW HAVHN hoobk Ifhra comfortable than erer for both permanent or transient guests. Traveling men are shown especial attention, U BETrj h. mobelby. Financial. First Mort. 6 p.c. Gold Bonds OP THB , : r : t , . Cayadutta Electric Railroad Co. - OF NEW YORK. Ci TJARANTEBD br tke Fonda, Johnstown T k aioversvlile Baliroad, to which the road wa leased In rebruary 18M, for 98 resn. In the last 13 years the F., 3. O. BR. has paid ss consecutive oath dividends, amountln to lltM rest. The bonds o the electric road, being' guaranteed, are equal In Voint of security tu the bonds of the guar antor, (the T., J. 4 G. BR. ) which are a legal Investment for Connecticut taring banks and sell on a H per cent, oaata. , rrtoe to net auuunwa vr mi, . A Q I C HtuauctaL Sugar Was Again the f eature of the Stoek Maiket. New York, Oct. 'SJirar was again the feature of the Muck market to-day, the other prominent Issues having been relegated to o subsidiary position. Ef forts were made at ono time to drag In the foreign political complications stow ins out of the aggresslvenes of the French In Madagascar, but when the soiling for foreign account closed the general list showed a tendency to Im prove. London was credited with selling about 80,000 shares: of various stocks, Of which Louisville and Nashvlllo floured for 6,000 shares. This stock was unfa vorably Influenced by a forecast of the annual report, but whan the statement was published' the stock recovered about a point to 84, after selling down r.i to 64. Rock Island and St. Paul were lower early in the day on tho poor exhibits for September. Sugar, however, was the great feat ure, falling to 82, the lowest point yet touched. After this there was a sharp rally, and the stock advanced to 86, fully 30,000 shares of shorts having been uncovered on the way up. This was fol lowed by a breiK to 83V43i. The stock was fevorlsb throughout,- and Its er ratic movements are still ascribed to manipulation. Chicago Qas advanced to 1VA, broke to 68 owing to the clashing of realiz ing orders, and later recovered to 70 (g)70. Lead lost a point or so, and General Electric-was weak early In the day, but closed unchanged at 37. The general list left off hearly steady. Net losses were to 1 per cent., Lead lead ing. Sugar gained , and Burlington and (Julncy and Distillers U per cent. In the Inactive stocks Manhattan fell 1 to 115, and Louisville, New Albany and Chicago preferred 3 to !1. The bond market was more active and low er. Sales were $1,238,000. Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince & Whltely, bankers and brokers, 4( Broadway, New York, and 15 Center street. New Haven: Bid. Asked. American Tobacco Co 9T4 American Tobacco Co. pfd 106 American Cotton Oil Co AmerloanCottonOllCo.,prd.... 75 American Suirar Renning Co.... Am. Sugar Refining Co.pfd 90 Atchison, Topeka&SautaFe.... fti CanadaSouthern M Central of New Jersey H Chesapeake & Ohio VotlngCts.. 19 Chicago & East Illinois pfd. Chicago & Northwestern lOiTfe Chicago, Burlington & Quincy... T2', Chicago Gas Oo 69 Chioago, Milwaukee A St. Paul.. Chicago, Milw'kee tSt.Panl pfd. llH Chicago, Rock Island 3c Faclflo.. 60!," Uhloago, St. P.. M.ftOniaha. ...... 3SX Cleveland. C. C. & St. Louis 9 Col., Hocking VaUor & Toledo.. 17 Consolidated Gas 1204 Delaware & Hudson Canal W3 Delaware, Lack. & Western 1! Denver & Rio Grande pfd 82 a Dig. & Cattle Feeding Co Wi General Eleotrio Co...... 7 Lllnols Central X Lake Shore Michigan So 134 Lake Erie & Western 17 LaIta krio .V Western nf d 1 1 99 lor mi 76 9JU i J9!, 99 10;), -,m 70 1 3161. 60 86 39 im K1U lit5 169 V 83 9 37 ftiH 1J6 18 Louisville & Nashville 5?.' LouiBullle lNcwAHany Louisville & New Albany pfd. . Laoede Gae...., Missouri, Kansas & Texas Missouri, Kansas & Texas ptd. Manhattan Elevated MlssourlPacltlc New If ork & New Haven ....... N.Y.&N. E.,8d paid New York Cenwal $ Hudson . . N. V . Dhioacmand -t. Lauls... N. Y Lake Erie Western N. Y.. Lake Erie Western pfd N.Y.Ontario & Western Norfolk A Western pfd North American Co. . Northern Paclfto - Northern Paclflo pfd , Nnt.lnnftl T,MLd fVi National Lead Co. pfd., 85 Pacific Mall S.S. Co Htf Peoria, Decatur EvansvlUe.... 'H4 Phila. 4 Reading Voting Cts VI X Pullman Palace Car Co 159 Rich. & W. P. T. tr., 5th lnst. p'd. 18.V Silver Bullion Cert's Tennessee Coal & Iron UX Tennessee Coal & Iron pfd Texas & Pacific 9 ToL.Aou Arbor & North Mich.. 7 Union Pacific 11 Union Paclflo, Denver' Gulf.... 4K Wabash h Wabash pfd.... 14 Western Union Telegraph 86 Wheeling A Lake Erie VtH Wheelintt Lake Brie pfd 42 Wisconsin Central iifi Adams Express , 148 American Express 110 ITnl ted States Express 48 05 74 11 4 6 14 87 13 4 ISO 114 60 l'-ll 39 93 If 17 13 m Wells-Fargo Express 114 U.s.KuDDer...... m IT. 8. Rubber Dfd 2 U. S. Cordage Co 13 U. &. Cordage Co., pfd 28)$ Pitts., Cln.. Chi. & St. Louis 16 Southern Ttailway. 16 Southern Railway pfd 41 Government Bonds. Following are the quotations for United States bonds at the call to-day: Ext. 2s, res- 4s,reg..l907.., 4s, coup., 190 1 Now59,reg.,1904... NewSs.ooup., 1S01. Currency 8s. 1895... nirrencv69. 1896... 96 113114 114 lUi 119 U9V6 119 119 101 - 104 107 ffl Currency 6s, 1891 Currency 68, ibW. Jiu Currency 6s, . 118 - NEW HAVEN LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Furnished daily by Kikbeblt, Root Day Bankers and Brokers, 133 Orange street. bauk STOCKS. Par Bid Asked atyBank........ .............. 100 12 New Haven County National Bank.,....-. - 10 13U Meohanics'Bank. ...... ....... 60 64 Merchants' National Bank..;. 00 45 n Haven National Bank... 100 164 . Tradeamen'a National Uauk.. 100 139 Second National Bank 100 167 Yale National tuna iuu us IUILBOAD STOCKS. Par Bid Asked Toil ns Danbury k NorwalkTa. R. 06, '60 56 100 92 100 22 100 244 100 fll inn aa nouBawjj '.j --"-"' - - Naugatuck R. R. Co-. . . ; . . . ... . New N. Y., N. S. k H, B. B. Co.... 100 180 182 100 180 Shore Linen. ....,.?......... jw in - MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. , . Par Hid Asked Sew New Haven Gas Light Co.. Haven Water Co 23 60 W - S s j- 35 9 100 82 66 U$ ot $ m r.ow"" . . ... . . . Security Insurance Co... Peck Stow mioox....... 25 40 100 100 100 100 100 100 Telephone Che.- Pot..,.. Brie.. ......... N.Y.N. Southern M. B U. S. Rubber preferred, par.. RAILROAD BONDS, Due Bid Aiked sirs Y A 1, M.... 1 107 - W- - - rw -m lW' 116 109 111 : 110 -c 110 118 : HolyoeWetfleld 104s... 1911 nousawuiu wirv-V. ", New fleVVeU 4 JLf i trj , ioL3 HavenSgerby 7s....... 1900 Haven A Derby Ss....... 1900 Haven AN. 7s, 18N..J.'. 18W Haven ueroy .-.... ivia Kaw VwUawAn New Haven AN. 7s, 18X9...,'.. 1809 New Haven A N. 7s, 1874 1899 N. H. k N. Consols ss. . . - 1908 Saw&adaa Korieralat Etw UU' oi2 Zl i . e ..- 20 22 .. 18 19 .. 13 14 .. tin .. us im .. 37 illi ..180 - .. 110 30 .. 99K . 100 .. 14U 15 W4 14 25 28 1SH 1X 23M 2 m 4 41 4X 17 17 87W . 38k 86 15 WK 163 W 19 N.Y.AN. B int's 1006 113 , 114 p. i . at n. r.. m m iv-u iu N. Y.AN. E.MHe lutt ltrj HO MS S-in J K2 ;i. .,.. n. ueo. a iiwi .u N. V., Prov. A Itwton 7 XXM 110 N. Y.. Prov. A HmeoQ 4a 1943 lot West Haven H. It, H, t 19U tlf) IHCCUUNSOUt KOXOl. Due Hid Asked F. . w. CosTiTTT New Haven CUv 7.'.. iuui J in New Haven City lis Imir l'W M lluun 1. .......... lull f.,4 New Haven City am, M WlJ 96 New Haven Town 3.,. 96 New Haven Town P, If, isaue lm 96 NW HHvnn Mknnl Am liaU lHrl HU 8.N. K.T.'lephoueSs..' IVM 1.11 lu. m iviu iuvi Bought and Sold. The Chas. W. Scranton Co., BROKERS, 34 CENTEIl STREET. 50 shs N. Y N. H. i H. RR. stonk. 20shs Boston Eleotrio Lights toot. W shs Swift Ca.'s stock. 60 shs IT. S. Rubber Co. com. stock. 20 shs U. S. Rubber pfd slock. 12,500 N. Y., N. H. & H. Bit. 4 per cont. otfs. S5.000 City of Derby, Conn., 4 p. o. bonds. $10,000 Town of New Britain. Conn 4 n o bonds. M. B. SETf TON &CO Bankers and Brokers, 86 ORANGE STREET. ITIES FOR SALE. 25 shs N. Y.. N. H. H. RR. Co. 10 shs New Haven Water Co. 26 shs Boston Eloctlo Light Co. 100 shs Portland Eloetrlo Light Co. 40 shs Detroit, Hillsdale A S. W. RR. 26 shs Fort Wayne A Jackson RR. pref'd. 60 shs Chi. June. & Stock Yards pret. 100 shs Syracuse, Blnghamton k N. Y. RR dlv. 8 per cent, by Del., Lack. A West, RR. $10,000 Erie k Pitts. RR. 7s of 189. 10,000 State Of Massachusetts 3s of 1923. KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAY. BANKERS AND BKOKKiiS, No. 46 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. Y. Stock Exchange, Produoe Ex change ana uueago uoani oi xraae, C. B. BOLMEE, Manager New Haven Branoh. All Claaaas of Railway Stocks and Bonds also Grain, Provision and Cotton, Bought and bold on Vouunualon. Connected by Private Wire with New York, Boston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. First Mortgage 5 per ct. Gold Bonds OF THE Bridgeport Traction Company, Of Bridgeport, Conn., Dated July 1st, 1893, Duo July 1st, 193. Exempt from tax in Connecticut. The above bonds are an absolute Brat mort gage upon the entire street, railroad system of Bridgeport, oovorlng thirty-two miles of track, equipment, real estate, franchise, etc Special circular and full particulars upon application. Prloe, par and interest, H. C. WARREN & CO., 106 Orange street. COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our services to the public to buy and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc., on commlsslnn. Our experience and extensive aoqualntanoe enable us to buy and sell well. Business so licited. Respectfully, W.&R.F00TE, ap30 tf 430 State Street. National Tradesmen's Bank, NEW HAVEN, CONN Draws Bills of Exchange ON Alliance Bank (Limitod), London, Provincial Bank of Ireland, Dublin. Uulon Bank of Scotland, Credit Lyonnals, Paris. And on all the Prlnoipal Cities of Europe. Issues Circular Letters of Credit Available Throughout Europe. GEO. A. BTJTLER, President. WM. T. FIELDS, Cashier. MTV BURGLARY, FIRE, UlN FORGERIES, BY HIEING A SATE IN THE VAULT OJ Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe, from FIVE to SIXTY DOLLARS. Absolute Security for Bonds, Stocks, Wills, Budion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones, and all evidences of values. Access to vault through the banking room of the ME CHANICS' BANK, laCHUKCH.COR. CENTEB STREET. Courjon rooms for convenience of Datrnns All persons Interested are cordially invited to nspeoi we company's premises, upen irom 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thomas R.Tbowbridqs, President, Oijveb S, Wans, Vioe President, 1 CHAS. H. Tbowbridob, Beo. and Treas. VERMIIYE & CO., Bankers and Brokers, Betters - Investment Securities. 16 tind IS NASSAU STREET, 2S"-w TLTotrls. City. Ficfi&ntiilf Suttrtattiinents. 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