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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER .SA'ITRDAY, OCTOBER H 1894.
t TALES OF TEN TRAVELERS. (Continued from third page.) rived and ba htul nut birth observed, continually haunted him. He stepped to hla window repeaWdly, iH though expecting and drwiclln, to discover him there again. Finally he descended Into the court through a pri vet Domgo way. Tbe enclosure wai formed by a dead wall 10 thick and high thut It could nut be ecaled from the etreet nidt, from the oppoalte adjoining property, or from tbe open alley behind. Hugo iron spines run round the entire coping. At tbe rear was a amull store-house with atone side and roof, in which tons of old records and papers were kept; and this was lighted by a single winuow, gruicu as securely us a prison's which opened Into the alley, and the room was en tired from the court through a sturdy but antiquated vault-door which had been in use In the former bank struc ture on the site of the present building. The entire arrangement of dead wall and store-houHe had been the result of a desire on the part of the directory to give greater structural protection to the present bank, and were built into and against Its heavy end wall. Mr. Billlngsby looked carefully about the place. There was nothing but stone und Iron to meet the eye. Everything was as it should be; but when he re called that it was one of the most rigid rules of this bank that no employe, ex. oeptlng the watchman, should at any time be permitted in this court, only during the brief lunch hour, and then only for a bit of club-swinging or hurly. burly among the boys, the court, with old John Everett In it, began tossume place In his mind as an incident and re collection full of indefinable foreboding and dread. On the other hand, when Dlngleton's chipper "Bank Examiner" had arrived and been Introduced to the various em ployes, it was with no little self-gratu-latlon at his own cunning and discre tion that the banker had detailed old John Everett to personally assist him, He had thus been able to watch him closely for hours. His almost child-like simplicity and directness in answering questions; his kindliness in giving lnformaton to the supposititious official among them; and his patience and genial servility in end' lessly trotting between desk and vaults, laden with huge ledgers and records; relieved Mr. Bllllngsby's mind and filled him with elation and gladness in the conviction that his forebodings wer doubtless the result of Dlngleton's sub tie though unaccountable Influence. So when bright-faced Harry Everett along toward the close of bank hours brought him a pile of letters and other docu ments for his signature, his attitude to the lad was altogether one of per Blstent interest and fondness. Indeed i was almost as though the banker were Dent on repairing suing secret injustice. He took both of Harry's hands in his own heartily-and drew him Into a chair close beside his desk. "No; don'J' go, Harry;" he Insisted when the lad In a moment more had arisen to leave the room and await no tice of return from the president's bell. "Stay here, while I run over and sign these.., I don't often get a chance for a good visit with you, Harry." The boy's face beamed glowingly un ' der the kind Words and kinder manner of the banker. "Thank you, sir;" he answered pride fully. ' "Getting along' all right here at the bank, Harry?" "Oh, I hope so, sir." "Well, you are, Harry; and it does my heart good to know it. Keep right on as you have begun, and some day you'll be in my chair here, Harry." "I wouldn't want that, Bir;" he re turned with blushing face. "Why not, Harry?" "Well, 'twouldn't be the same place, thfji', sir. I often tell mother we'll nev ev have another friend like Mr. BUUngs by." .... "And what does mother say to that, Harry?" "Well, it's kind of strange about that, sir. She always looks sad, Instead of happy, sir; and says Barrett that's your Christian name, isn't it, Mr. Bil lingsby? was never less than a noble man, sir!" Mr. BIHingsby used a quill nib for his signatures. At this innocent remark by the messenger It rattled furiously over the papers before him, and he suddenly made an exclamation of impatience. "Here, Harry, take this to the corres pondence' clerk;" he said confusedly, "and have another written. I have spoiled that copy." The lad ran nimbly away on his brief errand. Mr. Blillngsby stepped quick ly to the window and looked searchlng ly down into the aittle court. When the boy returned the banker was composed ly at his task again; but meantime an other face had dimly but pitifully forced itself beside that of, old John Everett and his noble boy. Scratch, scratch, scratch! went the banker's pen for. a time as if the lad beside him had been entirely forgotten The signatures were at last done and the pile of papers were in Harry's hands again. Mr. 'Btllingsby 'arose and with his arm around the lad's shoulder walked to his office door with him. "And you are v all happy from your changed condition, Harry?" he asked pattinghls shoulder; igncouraglngly. "Sisters-r-they're the jolllest j, romps anywhere, Mr.. BililngsM! and' I,': and mother, , sometimes, are, the gladdest folk that live!" ' ' . ' " i ; ; - "And mothr sometimes?" asked the banker musingly. ,"Wel, you see. If it wasn't for two things, she'd be so,, too." "Only two things?" Hi seemed to be thinking aloud rather than asking a question; and the lad prattled on innocently. ''It's this way. Father Isn't Just what housed to be! some ways. We can't Jolly him, up.llke. ..Then he wont read anything any more but those miserable books of Pellarny's and Gorge's, and those tracts he gets from Europe,' In German and Frenoh. Mother tries the best she can to stop it; but he says we don't understand the awful state of things, and, that he must." . ' , "The awful state of things, Harry?" "Yes, the millions that are kept down by the rich, as he says, and the bloody revolution that's coming; something like that,Mr. Blillngsby." i The banker's arm tightened about the lad's shoulder with such force that- he ; looked up quickly and apologetically (tvlth, . . . , ,; :'"But well have him out of that, Mr. Blillngsby. See If we don'tl When he gets healthier he'll be Jollier, mother ays. And she gays, too, that by and by, when he don't have to work quite so such nights, at tha bank" "Work nights at the bank!" "On the books, you know, air?" "The books!" The banker almost gasped this; and the lud looked up at him so puzsled, re gretful and confused, lest he had let an ungrateful Implication escape his lips, that Mr. Bitllngsby altered his tone and manner Instantly. "Oh, yes, yes, yes. Of course. The books at night, liera at the bank. Well, well, Hurry. Say nothing to your mother or father about having mentioned these things to me. I ought to have been moro thoughtful. Vour father Isn't a strong man, Harry. Yes, yes! I'll see about It directly, directly. But, mind now; not a word of this; not a word to them that you have spoken to me!" He even bent down and pressed his face against the boy's fair head as though the young worker had been his own child, saying tenderly: "Be a brave, true lad yourself, Har rywhatever happens; and all will be well;" The door opened, closed with a soft click and the proud, happy lad was gone. Well for him that he saw not the face of the banker; for when it turned to the window above the court, It was as white as the stone walls that shut the strong place In. Here was a new and overshadow ing complication. The president of the Trust and Se curity bank was now plunged Into an entirely different and far more distress ing series of doubts and misgivings. Old John Everett's unaccountable pretense to his family regarding night work at the bank, and his plainly hope less fatuity In relation to certain social questions, as Innocently revealed by Harry, seemed far more alarming to Barrett Blillngsby than all the petty depredations that the bank had so far suffered. Nor had these wholly ceased, despite the constant presence, for moro than a week now, of Dlngleton's most skill ful operative in the guise of a bank ex aminer. Added to this, Dlngleton's "shadowing" reoorts, which for several days had been pouring In upon him, had neither changed the satisfactory status of any employe, or developed other facts than those perfectly credible to the two persons who filled the bank er's mind and heart with the keenest anxiety end concern. "I cannot bear this suspense any lon ger. "I am going to know the truth!" These were the banker's words and this was his determination as he sat one morning before a half-read package of the voluminous Dlngleton reports. tie immediately passed out into the street and shortly returned with a wal let well filled with bills, procured dur-, Ing his absence at another bank. He left orders in the outer office that he was was not to be disturbed for an hour's time. Then he sat at his desk, carefully marking the bills he had se cured; and when this task, was done he strolled with apparent unconcern among his busy employes with the wal let in his hand. With a word to this one, a nod to an other, and a brief but kindly greeting nere ana were, and with pauses of ap proval or Interest among the different departments, ne at last casually en gaged in conversation with the cashier regarding some slight improvement in the record vault, in and out of which old John Everett was occasionally go ing and coming with various burdens of books. Here, as if by accident, he left the wallet, and soon returned to. his private office, where numerou demands upon him occupiedhls attention until a late hour. How contemptible one feels when endeavoring , to entrap other human beings!" he exclaimed as he Anally re sumed the reading of the Dlngleton reports. He had taken one in his hand, given it a cursory glance, and was about to toss it discouragedly back upon the desk when his eye caught John Ever ett's name. In another moment he was bending over it with startled eyes and trembling hands; for this is what Bar rett Billlngsby read: , Reports of Operatives Jamiesen and Zowbrinskl. Operative Jamleson, detailed by Su perintendent Prang, took up John Ev erett as he left the Trust and Security bank. Shadowed him to his home, 105S Eighth street. Waited in hallway of apartment house until Everett's reap pearance at apartment door with his wife, who urged him to return early from his work "on the books at the bank." Shadowed Everett across town. to the East Side, where he was occa sionally halted by men of foreign ap pearance and language, with most of whom he engaged in earnest conversa tion. Everett finally entered the noted anarchist resort of Herr Probst, to which admission was refused .Operative Jamleson, who thereupon immediately reported the facts to the agency and was relieved from duty. Operative Zowbrinskl, detailed by As sistant Superintendent Robertson, ar rived at Herr Probst's anarchist head. quarters at 8:45 p. m., and was admit ted to the Circle In a manner which the rules of the Dlngleton agency prohibit him from relating. From description furnished, recognized John Eyerett as "Number 27." Number 27 paid In a large sum of money to the Circle treas ury during the evening. He also vio lently harangued the Circle as to the necessity of the use of immediate and desperate means in behalf of anarchis tic principles. The Circle adjourned shortly after midnight; and Operative Zowbrinskl has reason to believe, from certain evidences impossible to disclose In this report, that Number 27 (John Everett) was designated, by lot, to at once personally carry out some ex tremely desperate undertaking. P. S.5 Mr. Bllllhgsby Will be fur nished with further important, informa tion, orally, if be will call at the Agen cy at his earliest convenience. Something like a pitiful groan es caped the lips of the president of the Trust and Security bank. 1 -- Whatever was behind it In his mind and heart, he folded the report me thodically; placed It carefully In his in ner pocket; gulped down a great cob- let of Ice water and In' a moment more was among hla employes, a picture of suavity, kindness and repose, i - As he entered, a glance Into the rec ord vault told hint that his wfellet had been . disturbed.,. Anothefc" 'jrlance showed him that old John Everett was quickly and quietly closing the drawer to nis desk. Harry Everett stood near bli father, and was waiting to assist him In the removal of additional ledgers Into the vault. Mr. Blllinrsby stepped beildi them and remarked with a smile: "See here, Everett. You look worked out. It lacks only a half an hour of closing now Harry.I want you to take your father right out of here!" The banker moved between the two, turned the key in the lock of the desk drawer; handed the key and a gilt em bossed card to John Everett and con tlnued pleasantly: ".now go right along. There's my family ticket to the Art Museum. You still have two or throe hours of day light. Show your father all the best pictures, Harry. It will do him good, Make haste now! I'll have all these ledgers attended to myself." He half pushed the two along to the alcove where their street coats and hats were hanging; gently but firmly ignored protests And thanks while these were being donned; still pleasantly hu tied them along the Inner hallway to the employes' door of exit; kept a firm and gentle hand on the shoulders of each until they left the building; when with a cheery "Good-night, Everett," and "Good-night, Harry!" he returned still composedly and pleasantly, to the proper disposition of the led. gers, as he had promised; took his wallet carelessly from the vault; and, on examining It a few moments later in his own room, found that three of the marked bills were gone. Soon after the rush of late depositors and applicants for money, the Impera tlve shutting down of tellers' windows, the thumplngs of heavy books, the Jar Ing and clanging of vault doors, and the scuffling and tramping of impa tient, homeward-turning feet, told that the Trust and Security bank was clos Ing for tho day. The cashier halted at the president's door, knocked softly and Inquired briskly: "Arn't you oft with us, Mr. Blillngs by?" No, Graves; r.ot Just yet. These re ports here need additional attention Tell Watchman Murchlson I am here yet. Have him lock up everything tidy, and wait for me outside by the main entrance." "All right. Good-night!" "Oood-nlght, Graves!" came heartily from the president's room, while the man who uttered it stood again at the window, pressing his face against its panes as if looking Intently and fixedly for the entrance of Borne dread form within the court below. How long he remained, with what subtle certainty of expectation be gazed, what dolorous things he thought, or wnat Btlnglng hurts he suf fered, are not another's to know; but it was with firm and remorseless tread that he at last turned his steps into the now silent exchange. The shadows were softly falling upon the place where such tremendous meas ure of hope and fear, fierce satisfaction and fiercer sorrow, are daily balanced and adjusted with the lmpasslvenees of time itself;,. and the banker went straight to old John Everest's desk, pass-keys in-hand: . He' opened' the Urawer' afid glanced within. It contained only one trifling package, held loosely together with rubber bands. Among its contents the banker saw, first a delicate tracing Of the bank, its interior, compartments, the vaults and the outer court with the stone store-house and surrounding walls; the three marked bills which had been taken from his wallet; and a miniature portrait of a sweet-faced wo man. On the reverse side of the deli cate silver case of the miniature were engraved the words: My Beloved Wife, Ellen Everett, At Twenty. For a moment it seemed to Barrett Blillngsby that the spacious room held not enough air for him to breathe. For a moment, too, both his hands held fast to the front of the open draw. His lips parted as if some agonized exclamation would burst from them; but one stand ing beside could have faintly heard only the words: "Anarchist, thief and and the hus band of the woman I loved!" He placed the articles he had found in his pocket with the Dlngleton re ports; closed and relocked the drawer; returned to his room and there paced back and forth for a time, muttering only: uou neip you now-poor, poor old John Everett!" and then again took his station at the grated window, as the dark came in and enveloped him at his post as with an Impenetrable man tle. Whatever prescience of expecta tion was upon him, he had not long to wait. Through the teltill lingering outer murky light, he saw tbe old vault door of the store-house slowly open from the Inside. A skulking figure entered the little court. Through the now open store-house door the dim light from the side Btreet, In the alley, disclosed that the iron bars had been removed from the grated window;and then the banker saw old' jonn uverett nimseir. cau tiously approaching the bank, and saw, or thought he saw, his white and hag gard face bent fiercely upon the win dow where he stood. He Instinctively retreated and listened, as the man be neath him moved back and forth along the rear of the building searohingiy. Then he could hear something like soft pickings, proceeding from the vicinity of the wall against the vaults; these now and then Interspersed with muf fled grating sounds. The banker felt his way through the exchange); softly unbolted the idoor leading from the bank into the court; stepped down upon the pavement, and came noiselessly beside old John Eve rett, who was now upon his knees working with the utmost cautlbn and preoccupation In an effort to place a tube-like object In a hole evidently previously drilled into the outer vault walls. He stood over the man for a lit tle, as if actually regarding his labors with curious lntentness. Finally he touched him gently and spoke the, one word, " l : "Everett?" t ' ;.,', , . J 'As when one' receives a death wound, the miserable man sprang Into the air and fell beside his incompleted murder ous work In a quivering heap of help lessness and terror.- ,fij ;.T ."Is it fitted with clock-work John?" was the inquiry of the lmpasaire man above him. l , "Y-e-e-s!" cama chatteringly and hoarsely in reply,,. i. j 1 God! kill me where I am!" "Can you remove th w.irk, and and the other things wliliuiit peril to yourself?" "Yes. yes. yes!" "Then bring It inside. We' will Uo It together!" U was with the banker' utmost ef forts that he got the trembling and horror-stricken wretch upon his feet the deadly tube In his hands, and, in side the bank, Its innocent appearing oontenls Into tiny separate parcels, Then Barrett Blillngsby, taking his em ploye's, arm firmly within his own. lap ped at the door of the bunk's main en-trance. Watchman Murchlsnn unlocked tho door wjth a 'surprised face, as he saw the two men In company. "Everett, here," said tha bunker kind. ly but decidedly, "has saved us from a positive calamity. Now, Murciuson, want nothing said of thls-on account of the newspapers. The court ha been entered from the alley. We have Kv erett to thank for its tlnidy discovery, Lock the store-house door and keep a sharp lookout during the night. I want necessary repairs made without attract Ing the employes' attention: nnd I will be here myself very early In the morn Ing. Good night!" Then the- two deported from the Trust and Security bank-but not to the great detective agency presided over by Allan Dlngleton. And yet It Is often written and said: Corporations have no souls and bankers are without hearts! Their way led along West street to an open pier. Here, one by one, the banker dropped the tiny parcels Into the swiftly outgoing tide. "That's an end of all thut, John!" he said heartily, while great tears coursed their way down his companions ling gard face. In a half hour more they were inside John Everett's home. "Ellen," said the banker, taking the hand which had once rested differently In his own,"I found John down there at the bank, working after hours. It's not right. It will break him down. He's all fagged out. He must have an en tire change at once. I've a little place, only ten miles out, with a lovely cot toge and a few acres of ground no earthly use to me! which would do you all worlds of good. Now, that place is John Everett's and Ellen Everett's and Harry Everett's bless that boy of yours, Ellen! We'll push him ahead at the bank! and all the rest of the little Everetts here, for the remainder of your natural lives! Well, well, well! my dlnner'U be cold if I don't hurry home right away. God Mess you all! and good night!" Was it a wonder that the astounded family should find its father and hus band half fainting and helpless from overworn ana suaaen joy? was It a wonder that when they had all got their breaths again the wildest and most de lirious whoop ever known in that quar ter of the great city went up within the Everett tenement in Eighth street? Ana was it still a wonder when the banker was finally seated at his own table, surrounded by his own happy lamny, mat nis wife, after looking per plexedly and many times upon the sol emn radiance of his nqble face, should exclaim to the accompaniment o merry laughter all about the, table: . "Barrett Blillngsby. if I did not know that there was not one iota not on. single iota of sentiment in your entire mortal ooay, I would be absolutely sure that you had done something hami mis very Pleased day!" Mr. Oldbeau Now, please don't give me that old chestnut about being a sister. Miss Vera 'Vounir v,ni in take me, -sir; I was merely about to remark that I am willing to be a widow to you. Smith, Gray & Company's Montniy. Financial. SHAREHOLDERS Bondhn 1 ti Should inform tliemse vesof the o nd Hon of the Investments they hold in any corporation, inllroad or industria . Hnri ! np th ,,; 5j2ck,1 to nke riinnpy In, by sending f rour UOj-PAGE MANUAL " li nitrated With rail road maps. &c, an i givin highest nnd lowest Prices for ten years of Stocks, Bonds, Cotton and Grain. ISSUED GRATIS AND MAILED FREE STOl K, IIOND-, Git. IN, bought and sold for rash or on a il In r, nor oent. margin. t-riviue wires to Huston nnrt Chicago. Twontv years' evnei-ienfin nnd n largist. of any h use in NewYnrk. HAIGHT & FREESE, OFFICES 4-5-6-7-8-9 Bankers & Brunei's, S3 Broadway. N. Y. aOshs N. Y.. N. H. & H. KR. Co. 60 shs United Now Jersey Kit., guaranteed 10 per cent, by reiin. HK. Co. 25 shs Chi. Juno. & Stock Yards pref. 60 shs " " common. 40 shs Now Haven Water Co. 10 shs Boston Electrio Light Co. 20 shs Meriden Britannia Co. 60 shs Peck, Stow & WUcdx Co, " 2c shs -Etna Fire! Insurance Co. 16,000 N. Y., N. H. & H. BR. debenture 4's. KIMBERLY, BOOT & DAT. rmiMiiin H'erv hutitller I li.tn Any I'nt In tho V. K. New York, Oil. 1! -') transaction at the Stock KxWimm: to-duv were smaller than on iu:y previous day of the week. Sugar was strung In tho eurly dealings on coverings of hhui't con tractu, and sold up Z per cent, to 8.'.. The advance cnuj.-d realizations, not withstanding vaguo rumors chat the re fineries Intended to resume operations nt an early .date. CMcuga Gas was In demand at the start, rluiiig about 1 per cunt, to 7li'i on the announcement that the company Intended to push Its claim against Chicago In the matter of money duo for gns furnished the city, The railway list wns also better sup ported, the favorable statement of earn ings Just reported by the Louisville and Nashville and Texas Pnclflo for the first week In October, nnd the weaker condiilon of the sterling exchangc.avert Ing gold shipments, having hud n good effect. The small shorts wero trying to cover In various parts of the lle but as the floating supply of stocks Is light they met with r)i)or success. Lending Is sues command's premium for use, and this added to their nervousness. Again there are Intimations of a campaign against the bears before election, and this In also keeping the shorts on the anxious seats. The improvement in prices at one time amounted to tof'1'4 per cent., nnd was most marked in the grangers, Louisville and Nnphvlllo, Western Un ion and General Uleclrlr. In the npcclnl tlea Bay State. Gas wai marked down i to Sl'.and then put up to Z. Cord age preferred fell 1 to 2J, nnd Great Northern preferred rose 2 to 104. In the afternoon, when Sugar fell I'm to S4, the general list ran off fractional ly but closed firm. Net changes show advances of to per cent., Burling ton and Qulncy leading. .Toledo, Ann Arbor and Northern Michigan advanc ed 2 to 7 on the formation of stock holders' protective committee an nounced yesterday. The bond market was higher. Sales woio $1,221,000. Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince & Whltely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New York, and 15 Center street. New Haven: Bid. Aikod. MCW II AVKX LOCAL QUOTATIONS, KurHKlii d Lilly l,y KlUIIBill.V, IUWV IMV U.r:ki-mund llr.ikt'ri.UIOniiigasiruot. IIANK Kt'UC.K. Par nid Asked 13 - rn.yH.mk avn imt cii Luuniy .MitluiMi lunik Sli-ll llli:-l' IHi'k tli it'iuiim' NuMiiiial ; id ul:,.. . Nt iUvuu .S.in.Mml IImiiU... liuiliwuM-ii a Nntinmil bank.. N-cond N.ii...iiI Hunk Vttiu.N'iUiuuul H um !M -M -.1 41 W4 - Ml -WT -Uii - Did Ako1 "hj" " " : i..;. - 'Jill. - - w IH 1J MlftCKLLANKOUl STOCKS. Par lild Askel Nt-w lliivon (lint Mglit Co.... 't SI NfW llavi-n tt'stw Co It) 1"1 10 00 llkl HM li.l luaitOAUiiroctti). Par I'M Ml 1l I'KI IUI lot lll nil n.K. Y.A. I,. n-fi.rril,,.. iHutlmry ,N,.i wu!k it. It. C.i, IMi-.MI,lliI.lnl.iS. W Huiialtili' II. It, Co Nuim.it in k It. K. Co Nt-w llavtn licrliy It. II, Co. New lluvi-u& Norlliamnum. N. '.. S. II. t II. II. H. ii ... 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W,lniluy ii I Thursday, Oct W, II, The Famous Itostonlaiis. Uniniilire, Kurl and Mnoiur.nld, Proprietors. W.ilniM, ,,v. KATIN'ITZ 4 TlmrMlay, IIOIHN IIUOU. Ms Of touts open o4l rrle.Hi$IJluna ,03, Miaitliiy. HYPERION THEATER Hiituriliiy Kvenliw, (Moli.tr U CAMIM.b i'AUVII4.K und bur fruut com. puny In MADELEINE, Or. TUB MAO'C KISS. Own nrolDHiir.i e niilni'i l by Ilia mmnnn", I :i-'er tl,n ill, t:,, , r li i. t...,. Ji.G'.Sl. fllcof rtsWuiin'l,iiin..iT. ob'4t HYPERION "THEATER Meud-iy, Tin lay, (let. l 1, Klinliiill Opera Ounlinie Cii.ipnny Anil I lie i'rerl.-ii ."OUIXN"? ,u HENDRICK HUDSON, or the Discevory of Columbus. IN-It i.00, T.V. PaIe nfilK n-iw opto. II4t 3 m in in.-, l;;: It. W. Cu.'7 Now Haven City 7s , Npw Hfivim (Mtv fin New Huvon Cllv 4u. uowxrnira lull New Haven 01 tv ao, " jgo7 Ni-w Haven Town 3ms New Havon Town p. P. Issue 1OT9 New Havon Heliool 4s 1M S. N. E. Telephone lis Woi Swift Co. Ds 1010 I1H jUkod ltti " 111 - inn ha (W UrtVf 7 - III! mi! i lll.'V HgtuanctaU The Njw York, New Haven and Hart- : ford Railroad Company. . To the Holders of Debenture Receipts. . ,.: f , ., THE fourth and final instalment of B5 per cent. .n tho amount of the subscriptions "Set to what hour?" "Twelve-twel ve, o,'ctoc1$l ,Oh; - 'jh UIK, VII UIO ID. u.J - wvww,4oo For thnoonvenienee of the holdnrn nt t.hoao receipts, payments may also be made at tha foil iwlng agencies up to.the 1st of October, inclusive: W.-I" BQKIRB, Treasurer, : ".- , N.Y..N. H. H. B. B.Co., r New Harm, Conn. JACOB 0. ROGERS, 43 Mate street, . Benton, Mam. CONNECTICUTTRUST SAFE DEPOSIT - COMPANY, Haitford, Conn. CHICOPKE NATIONAL BANK, f ' - Sprtngfleld, Mats. RHODE ISLANDjNATION Al. BANK, , 10 Tldenee, H. I. Payments made subsequent to that date must be remitted to us In New York, .Holders of Debenture lleoeipts making the payments at our office will receive in ex change the new Debenture O irtifloates with coupons attached :also a check for the inter est due tbe 1st of October on the 75 par oent. previously paid. ' Holders who make payments at tbe above agendas mutt deposit their receipts with said agencies, who will forward thorn to New York, for exchange into oertlBiates, which will be returned to rhonrthrough theajrenofos, or du-ect, as may be desired, together with a eheok for the interest -duo Ootoberl, 1M on the 75 per oent. previously paid. - . Amerloan Tobacco Co....- 100 Amerloau Tobacco Co. pt'd lmt American Cotton Oil Co.... Mi American Cotton Oil Co., ptd. ... Tr,s, American Sugar Ketlmnic Co.... M Am. Sugar Hethilug Co. pfd DO Atohlsou, Topeku Sc Santa t'e r,tj Canauadoiitliern uih Central of New J emev Ill Cnesapeake Ooto votingCt.. Iti't iDicago a fcaBt Illinois piu Cbloago d Northwestern 10 i'V Chicago, Hurilngwn & Qulncy... 7:1 ChicttgoGasOo... , Cuicago, Milwaukee &Bt. Paul.. ai4 Cnlcago, Mtlw kee(St.Paui pfd. lWni Chlougo Huck island - Paclllu.. W', Ciucugo, Bt. P,Jl.&Oiimba...... 36M Cleveland, C. C. St. Louis ;WX: Col., Hocking Valley Toledo.. IH Consolidated Cas 1-1 Delaware- Hudson Canal MIH Delaware, Lack. & Western lanj-li Denver lilo Grande prd 32 Dls.ii Cattle Veedluu Co U'li General Dllectrlo Co lillnolsCoiUral 01 Lukesnorude Miunigan so JH Lakelirle k Western tX Luke tine Western pfd 72 tiouisvlllo-NiKinville.. 54'.' Louigiillle & New Albany 7 Louisville-New Albany pfd "i Lacede Gas WA Missouri. Kansas x Texas J.g Missouri. Kansas Toxas ufd... 21 Manhattan -ievuted HS Missouri Paollic 38 Now York -New Haven.,. ., 11 N.Y.-N. K.. ild uuid W Now York Central St Hudson.... IIU N. Y., Ctiioago and t. u ails U N. Y.. Lake Krtc Sc Wcsteru 14 N.Y.. Lake Krioit Western ul'd.. 2"! N. Y. Ontario Sc Western lt"4 Norfolk & est em ntu sa Nort h American Co 4 L Northern Paoillo Mortuuru I'aeiltc ifd lHi National Lead Co IWHi National Lead Co. pt'd ISbn racirio Man , s. u ' Peoria, Decatur & Evansvllk-.... ' 1'hiiu. ueuuinit voting cts ma Pullman Palace Car Co 1W Kich. Sc W. P. T. tr.. 5ta lnat. u'd. 17K Bilver Uullion Cert's a Tellileasee Coal ii Iron..,. 17 Tennessee Coal Sc Iron pfd Texas-Pacitle 10 Tol.,Ann Arbor & North Mich.. 5tf union racinc ii- Union Patllte. Denver - Dull'.... i., Wabasb m wuoasupra - u Western Union TeleiiTBDh H7W Wheeling -Lake line Mii Wneeiing Lake Jirle pfd 4-'H Wisconsin Central DVu Adams Express 14U American iSx press ltilMl united States Express 4T Wulls-Fargo tixuress lilt I). S. ItuDbiT..... ............ ....... Illl U.S. Kubberpfd 3 V. 8. Cordage Co K'tf u . b. uoraugt) L'o pta a PlttB., Cin., Onl. & St, Louis in Southern Hallway..- j. 12Jfi Southern itiillway pfd it m m in I4.H 111 ni)t ix Wivj ' unit 14?i tlli 12U, am 116 m JM MM M u.i loll l.Hi 54 n -u lii)4 Ul, i UM MX l,i H.' 21) 1'iX 4 Hi lhi-4 l9s ,1H llii m lll.V l'i 5 nn. u.v i-ih 4o Si 4 3411 llfl 4U 121 40 U.I 111 24 )m 111 4SM First Mortgage S per ct. Gold Bonds OF THE Bridgeport Traction Company, Of Bridgeport, Conn., Dated July 1st, 1SW, Jhio July 1st, WS. Exempt from tax In Connecticut. The above bonds are an absolute lli-st mort gage upon the entire street railroad avstem of llrldgeporl, covering thirty-two miles of track, equipment, roal estate, franchise, etc. Special circular and full particulars upon ayum-niiim. Pr Price, par and Interest. H. C. WARREN & CO., 103 Orange street. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Oct. II, 12, 13, Matinee Saturday, OLE OLSON. TiCcturo Hull, Annex, Model of Unl teil Statei Cruiser Columbia. ESsCJHEATrt B Illl-. Hill A I. JAI'iVMC-.l'. und a grand eontliiuouf orroriaauco. Open mini l:,U tu i:M auj 7 to 11. Admission lilmmiJi. o? Second Food and Health Exposition Under thouiisplces of the NEW HAVEN Retail Grocers' Association, SECOND REG'T NEW HAVEN, Monday, Oct. 1 ARMORY, CONN. to Saturday, Oct. 13, 1894 Inclusive. Display of every kind of tood product han. ali-fl by the grocery trade. Dally lectures iu the Art nnd Science of Cooking by Jim Mary J. Lincoln of Boston. Dining Koimi display demonstrated by Mrs. John H. Lee of Boston. Musio by Plitlli irmonlc orchestra of twenty ?lc.vs, with udditloual musicians from NrV oik. Open every day (dtindays excepted) from 3 p. ni. to II p. in. General Admission Tiventy-Kive Cents. Extra, charge fr Cooking Loeturoa anil DinliiK Itoom dlsplav, 1, c. oll.t L. D. CHIDSBV, Manager. . Government Bond Following are the quotations for United States bonds at the call to-day: Ext. 2s, reg 86 4s,rcg.,1907 114 IHW 4s, coup., WOT U4(lla New5a,rog..W04 Ilaiiel20 New 5s, coup., 1804 HUxjiilSO Currency i. W1I5 101 Currency 6s, ll 104 - Currency (Is, 1MT 1U7 Currency lis, ISIS Ill) Curreuuy lis, laill) 1U) i 60 shs N. Y., N. H. H. nil. stook. . 2C shs Boston fileetrlo Light stools. CO shs Swift & Co.'s stock. 60 shs U. 8. Hubbcr Co. com. stock. 20 shs V. S. Rubber pl'd gtook. 82,500 N. Y., N. H. is IT. lilt. 4 per oent. ctf, Ju.UOO City of Derby, Conn., 4 p. c. bonds. 810.0U0 Town of New Britain. Conn.. 4 n. n. uuuus. M. B. NEWTON &C0., Bankers and Brokers, 86 ORANGE STREET. THE National Tradesmen's Bank, NEW HAVEN, CONN., Draws Bills of Exchange ON Alliance Bank (Limited), London, ' Frovlnoial Bank of Ireland, Dublin, Union Bank of Scotland, Credit Lyonnais, Paris, And on all the Principal Cities of Europe, Issues Circular Letters of Credit Available uuroiighuut Europe. GEO. A. BUTLER. President, WM,T, FIELDS, Cashier. nrrv burglary, fire, luii jtwiiWEitiiiS, BY HIU1NG A SAFK IN XUii VAULT OP Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. AnnmU rental of safe, from FIVE to SIXTY DOLLARS. Absolute Socurltv for Bonds Stocks, Wills, Budlon, Plate, Jewelry, Preoious Stones, and all evidences of values. Access to vault through the banking room of the M. UliAJMlLH UAIMIV, Vt CliUKCH, COK. CENTER STREET. Couuou rooms lor convenience of nutnina AU persons Interested are cordially invited to nspeot tbe company's premises. Open from l a. m. u JP. m. Thomas R. Tbowdridob, President, Ouveii 8. Whits, Vloe President, Chad. H. Tkowbiudob, Sec. and Treat. BONDS FOR SAIE. $10,000 New York, Now Haven i Hartford Railroad Co. 4 per cent. Debenture Bonds. The Chas. W. Scranton Co., BROKERS, U CENTER STREET. VERMIL YE & CO., Bankers and Brokers. Dealers in Investment Securities. 10 and 18 NASSAU STREET, COMMISSION BUSINESS Wo offer our services to the public to buv ma sen worses, uarriaires, Harness, etc.. on commlsslnn. . ' " Our experience and oxtonslvo acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well. Business so licited. Hespeotfully, Yt. & R. F00TE, ap80 tf 430 State Street. Fnnce & wbltelT BANKBBS AWB BKOKKKS, No. 46 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. T. Stock Exchange, Produce E , change and Chicago Board of Trails, C. B. BOLMKR, ,' Manager New Haven lirauoh. All OtassM of Railway Stocks and Bondi also Grain, Provisions and yntoo, Bought and koid uu Cumui sion. i .... , ' GbNnMted by Private Wli-s with NawTorltii - Boston and Chicago, INVESTMENT SECURITIES A 8PECIA-TYV California Excursions VIA Southern Pacific Co. LOWEST RATES. Also tickets for TEXAS, MEXICO CHIXAund JAIMN. ' CUll on u- address E. E. CURRIER, N. E. Agent, IfiB Devonshire st., Boston, Mass. sl4 ecdllm 700 MILE SEA TRIPS By the boautltul NEW STEAMSHIPS of tho, Old Dominion Line, To Old Point Comfort or Virginia Bench and Return, (Hj-geia Hotel), (Princess Arne Hotel), Most delightful resorts on thoAtlaBtloco tor an AUTUMN OUTING, Mav bo made tor Old Point Comfort, S10.00 timer uotel, pjDvrBeacr4' sen 010 A"JS$S2 ttt 51 Including Every Expense Of meals and berths on route and a day and a qiuu-Lers uiiaru nt. uuner notei. This trio is ail idejl! nun. h. thnnntn-.m nlrlru tllC COaSt. With llttll, llknlllinnil llf nl.lrnnea and passes In review many watering ulaoea and iiol nts of interest. pp.y to i-eon lllshop. Chapel St., Morse Deforest, 611 Center St., or to OLD DOMINION S. S. CO., Pier 26, N. K., New York. W. L. Gulllaudou. Tralllo M'gr. y831Swd Hotel Monopoie, (European Plan.) 14 and 16 Church Street. CtAFE and Ladies' Kestaornnt connected j with hotel. IJTHOT I.UNCII served in Cafe. JelO IMPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATIONS Made during tho dull sumuiur months have made ; MOSKllit'S SRS MSW UAVKN HOUSE SifMoro comfortable than evor for both nermanent or transient if u cats. Truvcilnir men arc shown eapecial attcnUon, Ell CI, i ll It. MUB.X. ' A SixPerCent. Loqal Investment I offer for sa'o, in denominations of $100, $200, $500 and $1,000, a limited amount of a very choice six per cent. semi-annual borne investment, in wbloh some of our most careful and conserv ative Investors are plaoina their money. Redeemable at purchase price atter one year. I will be pleased io furnish. lull particulars upon application. J. E. I0MAS, Investment Broker, ' 0l3eodtf 817 CHAFKL STREET. A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S ' LS FALLIBLE JLMINT Prepared from the recipe of nr. Stephsn Bwoet of Connecticut, the great Natural Bona Better. Has been used for more than SO rears and Is the beat known remedy for Kaeunia tlsm. Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns. Quia, ! Wounds and all external InJurlej. , , C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sole Agent. ' i