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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND dOURIER WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 1894.
7 FOR MEN ONLY. A Splendid Private Lec ture to Hen. Powerful Words Never To Bo Forgotten. Chickening Hall, New York City, lias a Great Audience. Every Word Went Straight to the Heart. A Talk That Was of Great and Priceless Value. New York City, Oct 23,-Men want to be strong:. They want good health, Bound bodies, vigorous constitutions. They were told Just how to obtain all these last evening in that great pri vate lecture to men given by the noted specialist, Dr. Greene of 35 West 14th street, New Tork city, In Chickerlng Hall, New Tork city. People have learned that when this noted physician gives a lecture they will hear some thing they want to know, something that will greatly benefit them. The Doctor has devoted his whole life to the study of chronic and nervous diseases. His treatment is so different and his success so much greater than that of any other physician that his name and the wonderful cures he has made, and is making every day, are known in every household In the land. A man who can rise to suoh a concep tion of the action of medicines on the human 'system has indeed well earned the title of the greatest living special ist. His private lecture to men is one of the most Important and valuable which he gives. Inasmuch as it deals with that large class of nervous, weak men, which is so fearfully common. For what is more terrible than a, physically and mentally ! weak maji, with weak nerves, whose, energy ana ambition are gone. And yet this great country Is filled with just such men., whose hopes have been blighted, ambitions paralyz ed, and whose, lives have proved fail ures because 'of weakened nerves and exhausted, strength.-,. . ' y . Thousand'Tsf ytvung. men" of the brightest intellect, with Unlimited brain power, aftd -of the' most splendid pros pects, notice that they are not making the most of their abilities, that their power to work Is falling short, and that they are . . Not Making That Success for which they had reason to hope. Thousands of middle-aged men of un doubted ability, of indomitable perse verance and of the highest mentaLat tainments have seen their power, little by little, go from them until they have been forced to abandon their lofty am bitions and (rtve up in despair. Like the fine sands of an hour-glass trick ling through a minute opening, so their power, vigor and ambition uncon clously fades away, leaving them weak, enervated and unable to longer main tain their position in the business world. Thousands of old men, with whitened hair and hollow cheeks, have looked back upon a life replete with disappointments and failures, realizing when it is too late why they have not succeeded, and with a sigh they have exclaimed, "Oh, that I had looked to my health!" , . There are many cases which induce this condition of nervovs and physical weakness, but the most destructive of ell are those Insidious and hidden sources which are so prevalent In this age. How does this terrible affliction com mence? Nervousness, a growing desire to be alone, inability to fix the mind for any length of . time, weakness, dull head, dimness of vision, impaired memory, gloom and depression of mind, head ache and dizziness. There is a flushing -of the face on the least excitement, a feeling of cowardice, unsteadiness of nerves, sleeplessness, trembling, loss of confidence; the' thoughts wander, and the person wakes in the morning tired and unrefreshed, and with a bad taste in the mouth. There ia restlessness, trembling of the voice on excitement, irritability.a dull, cloudy sensation, often attended by dis agreeable feelings In the head and eyes, and the mind its easily confused. At times there Is,', -i Weakness and Pain in the back and palpitation of the heart. There is a lack of force, energy and power, and the ambition is gone. These symptoms mean that the per son is suffering from nervous debility, and that the whole nervous system ia becoming exhausted and enfeebled. The consequences of this condition are most fearful. They cannot be depicted In language too strong, for the very hope of any success in life depends upon the person's.. recovery Many a physical and mental wreck can be traced directly to this disease. . ..- ' And what is the cure for this terrible calamity? "What can they do to get well?. U t . , ,; . V,T' . : There Is no man living who has done so much for. this large class of patients as Dr: Greene; nor Is there any branch of his practice, in which this specialist ' has obtained such marvelous results. Seeing in his large practice; the terrible results of this 'disease, and knowing the inability of other physicians to cope with it, and indeed the failure of most of them to recognise such a complaint, the Doctor . determined to make this department a special study. . He search ed the laboratories of the world, devot ing years of study and enormous sums ftf money to learn positively the action ' pf every known medicine on these parts, j His success has far exceeded hli greatest expectations. The combina tion of harmless, vegetable remedies he has succeeded In bringing together and compounding for this complaint Is moat wonderful. He tons prepared remedies for this terrible physical and nervous weakness in men, so potent In their healing and strengthening power, so Irresistible In their effects, and so permanent in their results, that there s no case which cannot be cured by them. They strike right at the root of Till. Fearful Affliction, and under their vitalizing Influence the down-hearted and despondent person soon begins to feel a new life within him, the eyes sparkle with health, the nerves become strong and steady, the mind regains Its cheerfulness, the pal lor and hollow cheeks disappear and the blood becomes rich and pure, send ing renewed vigor and health through out the system. He feels himself ready for any under taking ; the gloom and depression have gone, the step Is firm and buoyant and the heart cheerful with hope and am bition. This Is what Dr. Greene's rem edies are doing every day for these poor sufferers. They are making strong, able men out of weak, nervous sufferers, and surely no greater or no bler work was ever accomplished. Physicians have always been In the habit of prescribing poisons for this disease, and the harm done by them Is Incalculable. Such poisonous drugs do not In the least build up and strengthen the system, they only Im poverish the blood, weaken still more the already exhausted nerves, and make the patient worse than before taking them. Common sense will tell all thinking persons that harmless veg etable remedies which give renewed strength and vigor are what are re quired In this, as well as all chronic and nervous diseases. Thousands of unhappy sufferers all over the land ere constantly being cured by his wonderful remedies. If you belong to this class, do not delay another moment, but consult Dr. Greene, take these remedies yourself and get welL For you will be cured just so surely as you take them. His office is at 35 West 14th street, New Tork City, where he consults with all, free of charge. Another great blessing to these pa tients is the Doctor's system of letter correspondence. This enables men all over the United States, suffering from this disease, to consult him without leaving their homes, and absolutely free of . charge. Write him a letter stating how you feel, and he will an swer it, describing your complaint tho roughly, telling what to do to.be cured, and ' the cost of the necessary medi cines. This system of treatment through letter correspondence has proved of In calculable importance, as thousands of men are being cured by it who could never afford to come to the city, but who, by having the medicines sent them,' at the low prices which the Doc tor always charges, are enabled to be perfectly and permanently cured. Write him at once, if you cannot visit him at the office, 35 West 14th street, New Tork City, and we promise you a speedy and permanent restoration to sound and vigorous health. A FIXE CONCEBX At the Howard Avenue Congregational Church To-Morrow Evening;. That the concert to be given at the Howard avenue Congregational church to-morrow evenjng will be an artistic success as well as a rare treat is guaranteed by the names of those who are to take part. The members of the United church quartet are too well known to need especial commendation. Their ensemble work is very creditable. Miss May Carroll, who is to recite, is sure to become a favorite with New Haven audiences. ' Mr. Bushnell is, of course, well known to New Haven. It may interest some to know that Mr. Bushnell is a great favorite in the leading musical centers of the country as well as In New Haven. H. E. Kreh blel of the New Tork Tribune, who is considered the best musical critic In this country, wrote last February in his paper a criticism of the. New Tork Oratorio society's performance of Bach's "Passion Aocording to St. Matthew." The solo singers were among the best, such as the society always has. Mr. Krehblel dismissed them all with a mention, but said of Mr. Bushnell: "Mr. Bushnell acquitted himself with by far the greatest credit, his singing of the music allotted to Jesus being of the utmost fervor and dignity and con ceived in a spirit of the deepest rever ence." At the world's fair Mr. Bush nell created a most favorable impres sion and received high praise. The Inter-Ocean said of him: "Ericsson F. Bushnell, the basso, was quite the sen sation of the day for the richness and rotundity of bis voice as well as for the general excellence of his vocal work." At the concert of the Howard avenue Congregational church next Thursday evening Mr. Bushnell , will sing the great bass aria from Parker's "Hora Novissima" and the latest Ger man lleder,"Irmlngardf' by Von Plelltz. The church is reached by West Haven electrics. ' High School Note. Captain Beck has been fortunate In having G. F. Sanford to coach the team for the last two days. He returns to New Tork to-morrow, much to the re gret of the team, for he has been the most valuable one; this season. Hlllhquse and Bridgeport are looked for as winners in theirf games this Saturday. In the Norjthern league Hartford will down Norwich but the game between Suffleld and New Britain will be very exciting, as suffleld will make a big fight for the Championship this year. y When Hlllhonse meets Bridgeport one week from this Satur day a hard game will be had. Will be Married To-Day. St. Petersburg, Oct 33, It is rumored here that the. marriage of tthe czare- vf itch and Princes Allx will take place to-morrow. . . , -,, i. ' Destroyed by an Earthquake. .. London, Oot 23. Advices from Toklb to the Central News state that the town of Batata, in the province of Aklta, was visited by as violent earthquake last evening and almost entirely destroyed. Many of the residents of the town were' killed and a ars number Injured, TUB OLDEST JIT THE STATE. In the Connecticut Taller Rev. Mr. Hull's Memorial atone at Windsor, Ct. C. L. S. writes from Astoria, N. T., to the Springfield, Mass., Republican follows: During a recent Joureney southward I passed two hours of a pleasant after noon in Windsor, Ct Leaving the rall wayway station I directed my step towards the old burylng-ground which rlsng high above the curving rivulet, bad attracted my attention on the train Approaching an old fashioned meeting house which guards this hallowed ground ,1 entered the church yard and wandered among the stones which mark the graves of the earliest settlers. Forming a part of one of these ancient tombs Is a slab of red sandstone, which is said to be "the oldest original monu ment In the Connecticut valley." This famous slab I found still bearing the following quaint inscription: Here Lyeth Ephralm Huit sometimes Teacher to ye church of Windsor who dyed Sept 4th, 1644. who when hee Lived We drew our vttall Breath Who when hee Dyed his dying was our death Who was ye stay of State ye Churches staff, Alas, the times Forbid an Epitaph. The reader will doubtless inquire what was the character of the man whom our stern Puritan ancestors so deeply lamented. A few facts gleaned from the history of Windsor will show that their praise was not undeserved. One of the Puritan ministers who suffered persecution In the reign of Charles I., say s the historian, was the Rev. Ephralm Hult, of Wroxhall, in Warwickshire. Refusing to make the changes in ritual demanded by Arch bishop Land, he was persecuted for non-comformlty by the bishop of Worcester, who declared that he would either reform or punish the recusant clergyman. Determined not to suffer either of the threatened alternatives, Mr. Hult escaped out of the jurisdic tion of the hostile bishop, and came to New England. The exile brought with him his nephew, Daniel Clarke, from whom American Clarkes are proud to claim descent. The two kinsmen ap pear to have reached Windsor in the summer of 1639; for In August of that year the uncle preached his first ser mon there on the text, "And yet I show unto you a more excellent way." In the exposition of this text Mr. Hult, no doubt, displayed unusual knowledge of engineering, for the men of Windsor immediately asked htm to superintend the building of a. bridge across the Rivulet. He was engaged In this work when the famous ministers of Hart ford, Stone and Hooker, came to pay him their first visit. Finding that the busy bridge-builder could give them but little attention, these guests soon went away, concealing their disap pointment under an attempt at pleas antry: "Ephralm," said one of them, "Is" joined tolhls idolsffet film alone." pne cannot help, wondering what would have been the effect on the bystander who recorded this saying as a remark able jest of a perusal of the works of two present humorists of Hartford, Mark Twain and Charles Dudley War ner. Distinguished both for abUlty.'aiid for piety, Mr. Huit appears to have en joyed great .popularity during his brief pastorate. Our sermon-loving- ances tors must have'been delighted with his discourses, which combined excellen cies rarely discovered, even in this boasted age of progress by church-frequenting sons of the Puritans. The grid people of Windsor, we may be sure, all kept wide awake while, as the historian tells us, "Hult had hist ar gulngs strong and bright." Not far from Mr. Hult's grave I. saw the Wolcott monuments and other stones equally interesting to the anti quary. My visit, however, was too brief for a careful examination of them all, and reluctantly I turned away from this burial-place, so beautiful in situa tion and so rich in historic associa tions. C. L. S. Astoria, N. T., Oct. 15. Junior Appointment Statistics. The following table of statistics is inter esting as showing the comparative num ber of athletio men in '90 who received junior appointments with those who did not;. ; - - ' ' S 3 S t 3 8 s i f p P o E E H ff M..p?. Philosophical Ora tion High Oration J J Oration ; 2 i 2 Dissertation I a. i First Dispute " 1 Second Dispute...... .. 1 , 1 g First Colloquy V " . ." V o Seconii Colloquy 8 .. . . .. IB Total AnpointmentB. 8 2 15 6 1..1T No. Appointments... 3 0 1,4 4 0-13 THROWN 1 BOX BIS CARRIAGE. A Fatal Accident at Banbury Yesterday. Danburv. Oot. 23. William Beers of Newton drove Into an exoavation made by the removal ol a tree near nere last niirht nnd was thrown from his oarriaee and killed. His neck was broken. RECEPTION AT WARXEB BAZZ, Connecticut Branch Association of Col legiate Alamosa. ? . Invitations have been issued by. the Connecticut branoh of the Association of Collegiate Alumna? for a reception, to be given n Warner hall, Friday evening, at the close of the publio meeting. --' " ,';;.- ' Mrs. E. V. Eaynolds, a graduate of Wellesley college; Miss Caroline "8.; flTb.it, Miss Emily E. Morris and Miss Elizabeth Bradley of Vassar; Mrs. 0. M. Duncan and Miss Anna Cutler of Smith are the hostesses .appointed by the branch for this occasion. ,-;iV;vf,:;v, Young Husband ha a low tone to his wife, who meets him at the railroad depot with her. mother) Didn't X tele graph you' not to bring your mother, to the station T Toung Wife That's Just why mamma "hjj come along.' ' She wishes to speak to ion. about it She" opened the telegram. Truth- j THOSE ANCIENT BLUE LAWS. a BixavLAB teniEs of the or- TXyCKS OVtUSEU, aaaaaaa Mother Hut Not Klu Her Child on Sun day jl Criminal Offense to llrlng Cant, or Dire Into This Dominion How the Hair Moat be Cat Other Absurdities. The following "compendium" so called, of Ancient Blue Laws, to which this significant name was probably first applied, Is copied from a history of Con necticut, printed in London in 1782, and copied Into the Massachusetts Maga zine, printed at Boston by Isaiah Thom as and Ebeneser T. Andrews, at Faust's statute, No, 46 Newburg street, Febru ary, 1791. The governor and magistrates, con vened In general assembly, are the su preme power under God of this inde pendent dominion. From the deter mination of the assembly no appeal shall be made. Whoever says there Is a power and Jurisdiction above and over this do minion shall suffer death and loss of property. Conspiracy, attempting to change or overturn this dominion, shall suffer death. The Judges shall determine contro versy without a Jury. No one shall be a freeman or give a vote, unless he be converted and a member in full communion with one of the churches allowed In this dominion. No man shall hold any ofllce who Is not sound in the faith, and faithful to this dominion, and whoever gives a vote to such person, shall pay a fine of 20s. for the first offense, and for the second he shall be disfranchised. Each freeman shall swear by the blessing of God to bear true allegiance to this dominion, and that Jesus Is the only king. No Quaker or dissenter from the wor ship from the established dominion shall be allowed to give a vote for the election of magistrates or any officer. No food or lodging shall be afforded a Quaker, Adamite or other Heretlck. If any person turns Quaker, he shall be banished, and not suffered to re turn but upon pain of death. No priest shall abide In this domin ion; he shall be banished and suffer death on his return. Priests may be seized by any one without a warrant. No one is to cross a ferry but with an authorized ferryman. No man shall rum on the Sabbath or walk In his 'gaSen or elsewhere, ex cept reverently to or from meeting. No one shall travel, cook victuals, make beds, sweep house, cut hair or shave on the Sabbath day. No woman shall kiss her child on the Sabbath or fasting day. The Sabbath shall begin at sunset on Saturday. i To pick an ear of corn growing In a neighbor's gardn shall be deemed a theft. ' A person accused of trespass In the night shall be judged guilty, unless he clear himself by his oath. When it appears that the accused has confederates, and he refuses to discov er them, he may be racked. No one shall buy or sell lands with out permission of the selectmen. Whoever publishes a lie to' the preju dice of his neighbor, shall set in the stocks, or be whipped fifteen stripes. No minister shall keep a school. Whoever brings cards or dice into this dominion shall pay a fine of 5. . Whoever wears clothes trimmed with gold, silver or bone lace, above two shillings by the yard, shall be present ed by the grand Jurors, and the select men shall tax the offender at $300 es tate. , A debtor in prison swearing that he has no estate, shall be let out and sold to make satisfaction. Whoever sets a fire In the woods and it burns a house shall suffer death; and persons suspected of this crime shall be imprisoned without benefit of bail, No person shall read common prayer, keep Christmas or saint's day, make mince pies, play cards, or play on any Instrument of music, except a drum, trumpet and jewsharp. No gospel minister shall Join people in marriage; the magistrate only shall Join in marriage, as they may do It with less scandal to Christ's church. When parents refuse their children convenient marriages, the magistrate shall determine the point Fornication shall be punished by compelling marriage, as the court may direct. Adultery shall be punished with death. A man that strikes his wife shall pay a fine of flO; a woman that strikes her husband shall be punished at discre tion of the court A wife shall be deemed good evidence against her husband. No man shall court a maid In person or by letter without first Obtaining the consent of her parents; 5 penalty for the firsb offense, 10 for the second, and for the third imprisonment during pleasure. ' Married persons must live together or be Imprisoned. Every male shall have his hair cut round according to a cap. . The. Blue Laws, so-called, were not statutory laws, but originated from de cisions of local magistrates at a time when there was neither charter nor laws In the colony. Enactments similar In nature and purpose to the foregoing were passed both In Connecticut and Massachusetts. JOINT DEBATE. ' Tale Union and Kent Club. The Yale union and the Kent club of the law school will hold a Joint debate next Friday evening, in Osbotn hall, on the question: -. . ', "Resolved, That the income tax when passed by the last legislature was a wise measure." -v - v . - The union will hare the affirmative side and the Kent olub the negative.' The debaters are: Yale onion. Walter' Hayden Clark '08, Clement George. Clarke 'sa; iujdsojiud, jonn wayland Peddle '05, Edward Holmes MoVey '96, The judges seleoted are) Professor G. O. Adams, E. G. Buokland and the1 Bev.W.L. Phillips. gtnsrocial. limine, la Drifting: front Had to Worse ou the Exchange. New York, Oct. IJ. Affairs at the stock exchange are drifting from bad to worse so far as business Is concern ed, American Sugar advanced 1H to 87 at the start and then ran oft to 86' . The early advance was ascribed to purchases by parties friendly to In side Interests, Manhattan was In bet ter demand and moved up 1 to 106 Vi. Covering of short contracts led to the recovery In the stock. Northern Pa cific preferred was heavy, breaking 1 per cent, to 16!4 on the failure of the receivers to place the $9,000,000 certifi cates authorized by the court Bids for less than $2,000,000 were received, and the general belief now Is that the reorganization committee will have to come to the front once more. It Is Inti mated that negotiations between the committees and the .receivers will be reopened shortly. The grangers were Inclined to weak ness owing to a belief that the forth coming statements of the St. Paul and Burlington and Qulncy will be unfa vorable. Long stock did not come out fast enough, however, to suit the bears and a trader offered to bet a thou sand dollars even that St Paul would sell down a point before It goes up one. This had no effect whatever. Reading was neglected, the announcement from Philadelphia that Master in Chancery Crawford had filed a report approving the reorganization plan falling flat In the inactive stocks Consolidated Gas declined 1 to 1184- American Tobacco rose 2Yt to 108, Cedar Falls and Minnesota 2 tot 61, and Pullman Palace 1 to 161. Panhandle preferred fell 2 to 47 on rumors that the dividend may be reduced or passed. Specula tion closed dull. ' Net changes show losses of per cent, outside of Northern Paclflo preferred, which sold down 1 per cent. Rock Island gained H, Sugar and Distillers and Wabash preferred . The bond market was higher. Sales were $909,000. Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince & Whltely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New York, and 15 Center street, New Haven: Bid. Asked. American Tobaoco Co American Tobacco Co. pfd American Uotton Oil Co American Cotton Oil Co., pfd.... Anierloun Sugar lleilulug Co.... Am. tiugar Manning Co. pfd Atchison, Topeku it btiuta i'e.... Canudagouthern Central of N ew Jersey Cuesupoake 4i Ouio Voting Cta.. Chicago & East Illinois pfd Chicago & Northwestern Chicago, Uurliugtoa a (julnoy... Chicago OasCo'. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul.. Cntcago.Milw'kee&St.Paui pfd. Chicago ltock island & Faolac. Chicago, bt.'F.. M. Omaha Cleveland, C. C. & tit. Louis Col., Hocking Valley & Toledo.. Consolidated Gas Letuivare& Hudson Canal Delaware, Lack. & Western L)enver& Hio Grande pfd Dis. & Cattle Feeding Co General Kleotrio Co LlinoisCentral Laketihore& Michigan tio LukeiSrle & Western Luke trie & Western pfd Louisville & Nashville LouisulUe &NewAlbany Louisville New Albany pfd. ... Lacede Gas Missouri. Kansas & Texas Missouri. Kansas it Texas Dfd. .. Manhattan Klevated Mls90urlPaoitlo New Ifork & New Haven N. Y.&N. E.. ad paid New Jfork Central Hudson.... N. Y., Chicago and .-t. Louis N. Y.. Lake Krle & Western N. Y.. Lake Krle 4s Western pfd. N. Y., Ontario & Western Norfolk Hi Western pfd North American Co Northern Pacific Northern Paeltto pfd National Lead Co National Lead Co. pfd faeillo Mall 8,8. Co Peoria, Docaturic Evansville.... Phila. & Heading Voting Cts Pullman Palace Car Co lUch. He W. P. T. tr 5th Inst. p'd. bilver Uullion Cert's Tennessee Coal & Iron Tennessee Coal Hi Iron pfd Texas & Paclllc ToL.Aqu Arbor Sc North Mich.. Union Pad tic Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf.... Wabash Wabash pfd Western Union Telegraph Wheeling 4 Lake Erie Wheeling 4 Lake Erie pfd Wisconsin Central Adams Express American Express United States Express Wells-Pargo Express U.S.Hubber U. S. ltubberpfd.., U. S. Cordage Co... U.S. Cordage Co.,pfd. Pitts.. Cin., Chi. & St. Louis Southern Katlway Southern Hallway pfd 104 auj lam HI 5 5tMi 105 m, 103X T:i to 111 00 as ' as 17 !4 1'8 1)1 lt 3 Mh 111 lite MK IS mi lUlj llx) MX , aix lti u M l a low 17 lot ai 11 16 Hi 6 bin 1W iSH wi 104 WJ4 tlU4 111)74 W Mi 17-M 110 mu 108 10 ma Vi 1.0 17 72 W6 8 21 19 13M 2:! 106 Mli si im ia i'A ,X 4U-K, am 19 18 loa 17 15 111 9 6,', U 4 6?4 U SIX im 146 im 40 m 40 SB 21 13 ma 11 i ex n 4a 4 148 112 44 117 42 95 13 24 7 Government Bonds. Following are the quotations for United States bonds at the call to-day: ::::::::::: hIu7 4s coup., 1907 114(9ll5 New5s reg1904...i....v mgm New to coup.. 1904 W'fm Currency 6i. 1895... 101 0 - Currency 6s, 1896. lt S Currenoy 0s, 1897 107 Currency Bs, 1898 110 - Currency 6s. 1899 113 - NEW HAVEN LOCAIi QUOTATIONS. Furnished daily by Kimbbblt, Hoot &D at. Bankers and Brokers, 183 Oxangestreet. BASK STOCKS. Par Bid Asked CtyBauk........"."fi.v-..'SllM IS. New Haven county national IJank. ...... . ;m b - MehaAtsatipnalMjr...J 50 g 46 New Haven National Bank... 100 167 Tradesmen'sNationalBank.. 100 Kffli Second National Bank. : 100 167 55 v.Vional Bank., 100 112W - RAILROAD STOCKS. Par Bid Asked H X N. I. A. 1J. ui cu . vu. . .. w ""J, Danbury&Norwalk:B.0o, 60 56 - Detroit. rtiUBUniw o. jw "UUDBr""lyD Di im A'ul: : NAlIllRXUi;. i w w -'Tii New Haven Derby H.B.OO. 100 92 - H.4H.B.B. 100 183 184 Snore Line R.B MO 170 MISCKLLASBOnS STOCKS. Par Bid Asked ii H TJirhr. (In Kl New Haven Water Co.. 60 101 10?K Peck, stow s uoox. . ., , Security Insurance Co - Swift Co 100 99 Telephone Ches.& Pot...... 100 . 63 ,18 N.Y.&N. S 100 W ' .i w w . .. inn this C a Bubber preferred, par.. 100 98 96 RAILROAD BONM, Hue Tlid Ankol ji.H.V.A.L- , Holyoko WtitMl !st4i lloimniiiiiU' riuiwtiaSa. New Haven Derby Im..., Now Haven Uurliy 7a.... Niw Haven Di'rby .. Now llavt'ii N. 7a, !... New Haven 'N. 7. 1S71... N. H. N. ConxiUi m... ,. N. 11. N, Ihi Im 1. 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Stock Yards pref. 60 sin common. 40slis New Haven Water Co. 10 ihs Boston Electrlo Hunt Co. SO sin Merldcn Britannia Co. 60 shs Teek, Stow ft Wlloox Co. SOshs iEtna Fire Insurance Co. $5,000 N. Y N. H. ft H. BR. debenture 4's. KIMBEltLY, ROOT & DAT. VERMILYE & CO., Bankers and Brokers. Dealers in Investment Securities. 16 and 18 NASSAU STREET, Iffe-ce Yorlt Oity. National Tradesmen's Bank, NEW HAVEN, CONN, Draws Bills of Exchange ON Alliance Bank (Limited), London, Provincial Bank of Ireland, Dublin, Union Hank of Scotland, Credit Lyonnals, Paris, And on all the Prinol pal Cities ot Europe. Issues Circular Letters of Credit Available Throughout Europe. GEO. A. BUTLEH, President. WM. T. FIELDS, Cashier. nrrv burglary, fire, Uln forgeries, BY HIRING A SAFE IN THE VAULT OP Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe, from FIVE to SIXTY DOLLARS. Absolute Security for Bonds, Stocks, Wills, Bullion, Plate, Jewelry, Preoious Stones, and all evidenoee of values. Aooess to vault through the banking- room of the ME CHANICS' BANK, 7X CHUltOH, COR. CENTER STREET. Coupon rooms for convenience of patrons Ail persons Interested are cordially invited to nspect the company's premises. Open from t.a. m. to "P. m. Thomas R. Tbowbbiiob, President, Oliver S. White, Vioe President, (,'uas. H. Ikowbhidqe, See. and Treas. Bonds and Stocks for Sale. $5,000 Swift ft Co.'s 6 per cent, bonds. 5 shs Swift ft Co.'s stook. 25 shs N. T., N. H. ft Hfu. RR stock. 2S shs New Haven Water Co.'s stock. 10 shs United States Rubber pfd. stock. 60 shs Merchants' National Bank stock. The Chas. W. Scranton Co., 34 CENTER STBEET. BANKERS AND BKOKERS, Ho. 46 Broadway, Hew York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. T. Stock Exchange, Produce Ex. change and Chicago Board of Trade, C. B. BOIMEB, Manager New Haven Branoh. All Classes of Railway Stocks and Bond also Grain, Provisions and Cotton, Bought and bold on Coimnlaaion. Connected by Private Wire with NewTork, Boston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. Securities Tor Sale. 26 shs Swift & Co. stock. SO shs N. H. Water Co. stock. 10 shs Merchants' National bank. 10 shs Detroit, Hillsdale & So. Western, 60 shs U. S. Rubber Co. com. stock. ZOshs " " " pref. " 10 shs American Bank Note Co. 8,000 So. New Engl. Tel. Co. 6 per oent. debs. 2,500 Swift & Co. 6's. 5,000 N. T., N. H. & RR. Co. Deb. 4's. H. C. WARREN & CO., Bankers, 108 Orange street. COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our aervloes to the publio to buy and tell Horses, Carriages, Harness, eto on oommisalnn. Our experience and extensive acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well. Business so licited. Respectfully, W.&B.F00TE, apSOtf 430 State Street. L. W. ROBINSON, ' ARCHITECT, ' : ' Removed to No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. t PrincB&wnitely, tttcrlatutucttts. HYPERION THEATER. Friday, Saturday, October 91, Iff, WILLIAM GILLETTE And oouipany of comedians presenting the S-lrt uoillflily, "TOO MUCH JOHNSON." Ul.... ftl Al fit.. JMe nfseata opens Wednesday. o235t This Afternoon and Evening, A BAGGAGE CHECK. Le i by that sterling comedian, ARTHUR E. MOULTON. Thursday evonlng, Oct. 2.1, One Night Only, The International Vaudevilles, With The Great Montanas, In their wonderful out, "Flootromania." BROTHERS BORAMI I ym and a xrand continuous pcrtorinanoe. Open friiui l:3J to 6:.J0 and 7 to 11. Admission 10 cents. o9 Sir. II, O. Snow tiikes p'lasure in announcing that the Hist of the New liuven scrlen of concerts by The ISeidl Orchestra, ANTON SEIDL, Conductor, will he irlven Tuesday Kvrnlnjr, October SO. Soloists : Miss Llllliin Uhiuvclt, soprano Slg. Uulsejipe ('aiiiimnarl. baritone. A BtUr.LIANT PROGRAMME. Reserved seats $1.50, $l.U0aud T3c.; on salo to-morrow morning. o2t tf IION.T. I. SULLIVAN, M. P., Ex-Mayor of Dublin, Will give a lecturo at tho Hyperion on Wednesday Evening, Oct. 4- Subjer t The History and Poetry of Ireland. ostse gotels. Hotel Monopole, (European Plan.) 14 and 16 Church Street. CAFE and Ladles' Hoxtatirant connected with hotel. tHOT LUNCBUerved la Cafo. JolO IMPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATIONS Made during- the dull summer months have made MOSELKV'S NEW UAVUX HOCSB More comfortable than ever for both permanent or transient guests. Traveling men, are shown especial attention. sU BliTH H. MOSELEY. ftXisccUaiwous. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. W ILLIAM 1 K AVF & CO., Proprietors, 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct Work done at short notice. mhSBtt Fall ui Winter Milliiiy. 1132 Chapel Street, Second door above York street. A large, handsome and varied assort mont of Millinery Trimmings. Special styles in Felt lints. Artistically Trimmed Hats and Bonnets Mourning Bonnets and flats a speoialty. Miss A. V. Byrnes, 1132 CHAPEL STREET, Second door above York street. CHAMPION Cake Beater! Batter Dropper BEAT8 THE KGG9 AND ALL OTHER INGREDIENTS AT ONCE. Airents both Ladies and Gents desired la every town and village to sell tills indiapens4 able household article. Has had unparaU ieled success at the West anl South. Send forf circular to FRAN KLIN MFG. CO., o!9 6t 98 St. Marie s Place, Mew Horn Clty INVESTMENTS. Railroad, State, City. STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIXl Bought and sold on commission for cash or on a margin of from 8 to ft per oent. Stocks in lors ul iu 10 iuu suares uuu upwaru. vrruiu) 1,000 to 5,000 bushels, or more, as ordered, on the New York, Boston, and Chicago exchanges. Private Wires to Boston and Chicago. Write for our "300-PAGE MANUAL." illus trated with railroad maps etc, and g-iving htifhuKt, nnd lowent Tirloes for ten vears. and other valuable information on BTOCKSi BONUS, OOi'TOJX, and WHEAT, ISSUED GRATIS AND MAILED FKEE. Twnntv vpnrs' exnerienee and a cllenteld the larirest of any house In New York. BANK REFERENCE FURNISHED. 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