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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND'doURIER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 1894.
BLOB AND DISBBIRTENED And Not Without Very Good Cause. It All Resulted from Weak Kidneys ' ; , and a Torpid Liver. the Vast Importance of those Organs If You Want to FeelWeU. It your stomach, kidneys and liver don't do their work well, you will urely suffer. Inaction, or dlaeaae of those organs, clogs the whole system and makes bad blood and weak nerves. The complexion soon becomes pale or sallow, and dark lines appear under the eyes. Other symptoms are sure to follow, such as bad taste In the mouth, gas In the stomach, loss of appetite bil iousness, constipation, sleeplessness, headache, palpitation, nervousness and exhaustion. Every ona of these conditions leads to serious disease If not checked. Mr. 'A. C. BartweU of Gouldsvllle, Yt, states I "About four years ago I was taken with a severe pain in my back and side, which arose from trouble with my liver and kidneys. I was also ex tremely nervous, being unable to sleep and get the needed rest "I could not work but part of the time, and when I did I was In pain all the time. This state of affairs last ed all winter. I consulted physicians, who said I bad kidney and liver trou ble, but I derived no particular ben efit from them, and was a good deal discouraged about myself. - i , ltB. 4,0. HASTWM. ' "I kept hearing', about' Dr. Greene's Nervura blood a'rid nerve remedy, 1 what wonder! cures tt had made, and my friends continually advised me to use it 7 'had tried many medicines with no- gob4 results, .but finally con. eluded to ' try VtblS one, ' " '-, "I eorteiB&d ftainjr tt, "and" felt the ' good results if tarn It -Immediately. Af ter usttw thegecona bottle! was en tlrely cured of all my troubles, and have had no return of them. I can truly recommend pr. Greene's Ner vura blood and nerve remedy as the best medicine I have ever ueed. It does all, that Is said of It" This remedy is the surest cure ever known. Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy is the discovery of Dr. Jreene, of 85 West 14th street, New York" City, the most successful specialist In . curing nervous and chronic diseases. He can be consult ed free, personally or by letter. -. their first sociable Qf the Seaaoa attended by About Two ' Hundred. ' The. first of a series of sociables by Israel Putnam lodge, No. 31, was given In ' Golden Rule hall last night The grand march was led by Mr. W. X Llnsley and: daughter followed ; by about fifty couples. The committee was as follows: . ' W. J. Meeker, chairman; iW. i B. Llnsley, F. L. Grannis, J. A. Storey, 3. McMaous, J3. A. Sperry,- C. H. Well man, I KnoUmeyer, E. A. Dlneen, T, B. Colwell, A. A. Fajrfleld, S. P. Gen- nett, lb ;, T. Davis, George Rath- geber.. - - Music' was furnished by Arpln's or chestra. ; Prompting - by Professor Dunn. ' r. x. a a. covbse. The tolas Glee Club Concert Vest Week. On "Wednesday evening, November 7, the Lotus Glee Club Concert oompnay of Boston, consisting of the following artists, V William R. a Morris,- first tenor; C. M. Collins, second tenor; C. I Lewis, baritone; B. F, Brlgham, basso; asisted by Vora Burpee, reader, and Nelllei Dean, pianist, will give the program below at the X M. C. A. hall. This will be one of the best en tertainments' of the course. , PROGRAM t . r Guartet, "Away,; Away",..... Brackett , -r. .(Wlth Piano accompaniment) Lotus Glee Club. ' Recital, ' "MolUe".. .. .. .. ....McClelland ' Miss Burpee, t . j Bong, ''Adieu Marie".;.;...;,.;.Adams " Mr. Collins. . . , , Quarte ........... Bohm a. "Still as the Night" " - b. "Thine." . . . . . tf r . (Arranged for Club by F. J. Smith.) ' ) Lotus Glee Club. Piano Solo--"Rigoletto Fantasist. .."...i... , Verdl-Lisst I 'ui M1a Dean. i . , Recital, "Country Sleighing" i t ........ . From thev German i" , ' Miss Burpee. , " ..Quartet ....t. a. "Sne Was But Seven"..F, J. Smith b. "If King Caul" DeKoven - ' ' Lotus Glee Club. - Song, "The- Bell Ringer" Wallace ; M Brlgham. , - , Recital, Selected. :. J . 1 " , - . MlssBurpSe., "Serenade" ji.., ........... Abt jjLotus Glee Club. J Dean's Rheumatic PUta absolutely cure rheumatism and neuralgia, . Knttroly vege table. Bate. - , , i . UIQU SCHOOL HOW. Tha (tarns at Yala rield To-Day Bridge port Will strata ICvwry Xervs to Win Tbs Ladles Uoto a TaaTo-Day. An unusual amount of Interest to be ing centered in the Bridgeport-Hill-bouse game, which Is to be held at Tale field, 10:30 a. m. tday. The win ner of this gam will play the winner of the northern division on week from to-day. The Bridgeport delegation are confi dent of success even to winning the final game and the HUlbouae boys sre going to play the hardest game of football they have ever played. Treadway, the famous Tale end, has been constantly coaching the Bridge port boys and they have a strong team to represent the school. A delegation, the largest that has ever come with the team, will be here to cheer and encourage the B. H. S. team. Hillhouse boys are arranging to turn out and the yelling and cheering of the followers will Itt strong factor Itself. Sanford has been with the boys the last of this week giving them valu able aid In the way of coaching. The IL H. S. team will line up as follows: L. E., Barnett; L. T., Col let t; L. G., Beck (captain); C, Butler; R. G., Troupe; R. T., Rusell; R. K Ericson; O. B., Bergine; R. H. B.,. Cheney; F. B., McQueen. An event of no less Importance to the young ladles of the school will take place in the ' afternoon, when a tea and a fancy sale will be held at the home of Miss Kate Hofers on York street The proceeds of the sale will be given to the athletic associa tion of the school. . The interest taken in the athletic association by the young ladles of the school should meet with the heartiest support of all, the scholars, and to make the tea a decided success all should encourage their friends to go. The glee club will make Its first ap pearance there and Is said to be doing very welL Wounded at Cedar Mountain. Hartford, Nov. 2. Major D. F. Lane, formerly of the Fifth regiment, Con necticut Volunteers, was burled at Pine Meadow, New Haftford, to-day. He died at the state Soldiers' home at Noroton Wednesday. He had been a great sufferer for years from wounds received at the battle of Cedar Moun tain. . ( XJEW BTJSSIAK EMPEBOB. His First Proclamation Issned In St Petersburg. St Petersburg, Nov. 2. The Official Messenger this morning publishes the first proclamation of Emperor Nicholas II. of Russia, In which, after formally communicating to the nation the news of the death of his father, Alexander IH., he says: '. "May the knowledge console us that our grief is the grief of our entire be loved nation, and may the nation not forget that the strength and firmness of holy Russia lies in Its unity and un bounded devotion to us. In this sad and solemn hour In which we ascend our ancestral throne of the Russian em pire and the czardom of Poland and the grand duchy of Finland indissolubly linked with it we, however, remember the legacy, left to us By "our late la mented father, and imbued with it we In the presence of the Most High take a sacred vow to make our sole aim the peaceful development of the power and glory of our beloved Russia and the happiness of all our faithful subjects." The manifesto concludes by com' mandlng that the oath of allegiance be taken to him, Emperor Nicholas II., and to his heir presumptive, Grand Duke George Alexandrovltch, his - brother, who Is to be entitled Tseearevltch until God may bless with a son the union which, his majesty is about to enter into with Princess Allx of Hesse-Darm stadt. 1 Alt 9 o'clock this morning the imperial heralds, attended by a troop of trum peters, announced the death of Alexan der III. and the succession of Nicholas IL The two heralds, with their escorts, traversed all the principal streets of the' city and after the trumpeters had delivered three blasts upon their trum pets they made public the proclamation of the new emperor, given above. Throughout St Ptersburg to-day the accession of the new emperor Is being celebrated as a festival. The Russian newspapers,therefore,appeared without black borders; and all signs of public mourning will be withheld until to morrow. At 10 o'clock last evening -the first requiem mass for the repose of the soul of Alexander III. was celebrated in St. Petersburg, and all the ministers and members of the council of the empire were presentWhen the service was over all those in attendance took the oath of allegiance to the Emperor Nicholas IL and to the heir presumptive, the Grand Duke George. This morning the senate met in plenary session, and all its members took the oath of allegiance. At the same time all the troops forming the garrison of St Petersburg were pa raded In full uniform wun their colors, and were sworn with the' (customary formality. Later, the same ceremony was observed in the case of the civil servants of the empire. - Mourning for the tead Cir. ' Livadia, Nov. 2. The body of the late Czar Alexander HI., after being em balmed and attired In the uniform of the Preobrajensky -regiment . of the Guard, was taken this morning to the small; private chapel of the palace. The bier was surrounded with lighted candles, and is' witched by priests and officers of the army. At the religious services, which were held In the chapel, all the members of the imperial family and-household were present " A Child Killed. - - , , Bridgeport, Nov, 2.Constance, ; the fivryear-old . daughter ft George D. Hunt of 187 North Washington avenue, was struck by the 7:60 train on the Berkshire, division, near Wells street this morning andinstantly killed. -- - t .' Klllod la an Bloratew Bridgeport, Nov. I. Thomas Shee- han, aged fifty-five; fell down an ele vator shaft at S A. Bartrftra & Co,'s pork packing' house this afternoon and received Injurleai of which he died shortly, after , CROWB MEET IX CAVCVB, Before doing South Thoy Hold Big Bo onion Froat rrlghtoa Thorn-Ova Annual rowwows, but What Do Thoy MaanT New Tork Frets. After the duties) of lnoubatlon are past, crows lead a happy and industri ous life with their young, teaohlng the brood how to find food for themselves, and to avoid the dangers they are lia ble to encounter from the manifold traps set by the farmer tofche hunter with his gun on his shoulder.' It's said this sagacious bird smells powder. His sharpness and cunning In avoiding it would almost make one believe so. The young are taught early' to steer dear of all men with sticks In hand roaming at large through the woods, while the loud, urgent "Caw, caw, caw" the old crow's danger signal, Is familiar to everybody. As the evenings become cool, the parent birds, with their charges, now as large as themselves, Join with others of their sort until all the crows that Inhabit a radius of twenty miles or so are banded together. For a month more they pick up their living as one large family, seen everywhere in flocks. 4 Sooner or later Jack Frost arrives. This Is the signal the crows seem to have waited for, as the morning after the ground becomes white, these sable marauders choose an open spot; gener ally If near tide water, a marsh is pre ferred, and throwing out two or more sentinels, like the good generals they are, begin a regular conference meeting. The ground, from 20 to 200 feet accord ing to the else of the flock, Is black with them. An Irregular ring Is formed, and a speaker, or rather several speak ers, hold forth, much to the edification cf the rest The assembly is thorough ly noisy, and their loud caving at such times Is audible half a mile away. The gathering Is continued generally, if not disturbed, at the same place for several days, gaining In Intensity like a pro tracted camp meeting, as though they realized the-importance, of coming to a speedy decision. Presently the interested countryman or naturalist, who has : been a silent observer . at a distance of this bird "powwow," wakes up some morning- to find a thin film of Ice has! fornved. ln wet places over 'the landscape.' He then glances down to the distant meadow or marsh Just to see how the crows like it. To his surprise there, are. none there. 'Their meeting ground Is vacant and not so much as a feather is in sight. They are off, "he thinks, but Just when and how he cannot imagine, A month or six weeks may pass and this casual observer, who has neither seen nor heard a crow In the mean time, is astounded some day by the old familiar sounds while he notices a black body or two busily at work at their usual haunts. Though the winter Is at hand he thinks, perhaps (If he has not given the matter some thought), that these birds are the forerunners ofjhB.oid 1q, yHe is entirely vfroh. in m conclusions. These newcomers .-re crows that have spent the sumnei; far to the northward,, reaching their pres ent location only after a 'long, migra tion. i':z.::;V'" : . Hardy fellows they are, 'who Will braves winter's blasts without '.leaving New- York- state,- But let us follow the main body south. The Immediate- Vicin ity of' Baltimore and Washington&re great resorts for them,', Thewriter.vife a schoolboy lh Baltimore one winter, on half holidays, shot 104 of these blrcha by hiding behind the road fence and taking the-crows on the wing, as, they flew. over the turnpike 'pri, their way to the cattle yarda which skirted the city, For many yearsi past the crows have had a roosting place near : Arlih gtpn (General Lee's? old home now a nation al cemetery), opposite Washington, on the . Virginia side of the' Potomac." It is a familiar and a daily sight to the inhabitants of the capital, during the winter months, to see theni - passing overhead in the early morning, going east to their feeding grounds, which are usually the phores of.vpl?eaP?ke bay, though they ' glean the niarshes and branches of the Potomae river, as well. They spend the day In this man ner, returning in great flocks form 3 tp 4 o'clock in the afternoon till dark, In numbers too large to be readily estimat ed. A low calculation would be 75,000. One hundred and fifty thousand was once stated in the Washington" Star as a fair guess at them. If the day happens to be.w.lndy, the crrws show great Judgmsnt in avoiding the heaviest part of the breeze, sometimes flying so low as Just to clear the housetops, and then again soaring so high as not to appear larger than swallows. On the water's' edge,, if a shellfish Is found by one of them- with too thick a covering to be readily brok en, it is taken, up into the air and borne away to some rocky part of the shore, where It Is dropped from a height, and the fall rarely falls to break the shell, exposing the dainty meat to the cun ning forager ' Two or three years ago a lot of them conceived a fancy for passing the night in a small patch of 'woods near the new observatory, close to the city limits. But their quarters were so handy for the small boy and his bean shooter that they were soon dislodged. , . One summer a few of these birds that did not go north with their kind in the spring, remained to build their nests and rear their young in tne presiaent's grounds, where, as they were-' not dis turbed, they apparently found congen ial quarters. ; r - ' - This was rather remarkable and gives a hint of what the crow may eventually do when his confidence Is won, and the day may, come when a crow's roost will adorn gentlemen's estates, like - some famous rookery of England and the con tinent The crow blackbird shows In the last few years, a tendency In the same direction, where there are clumps of firs forty feet and upward. ' " In Octoftver, 1882, the crows held a na tional convention at Keen valley,- In the Adirondacks. . The place was well adapted for such a purpose. ; The whole east side of the valley that-year was covered with a splendid gr-mh of for est trees,- principally elms and maple, from which the lower limbs had beep removed, leaving the ground ripen be neath, with a heavy tuft of branches at the top. The leaves had not yet fallen, but- were rich In autumn' dolorT lng. - One -morning; someone noticed a lot of crows flying rottenly, about The next day they poured Into the valley from all directions, and It was found that they were assembling in the woods, Arst by hundreds, than by thounnnds. In a short time tha country was over run with them, I never happened to cat?h them In the morning for they were oft too early In search of food, but in tha afternoon it was fun to watch their return. Burnt few would hang around all day, prnba tly the committeemen, or the lobbyists, ci those anxious for a front s at. Ab ut 4 o'clock thsy begin to assemble. In an hour's time tha trees would be sway ing beneath their united weight. Oc casionally a nmb would break causing some disturbances But the rest on the next branch would good naturedly crowd up and make room. The proceedings were opened by a venerable old scapegoat who, mounted upon a high branch In sight of all, began an oration. For a time there would be comparative silence. Then somebody would dlsaprove of his re marks, or would ask a question. Others objected to the interruption, and for a little while there would be a row. But peace would follow and the elderly speaker continue hla harangue, In a few moments more half a hundred would rise to reply. In their eagerness they would lose their places and wheel above tho presiding officer until beaten down into subjection and silence by oth ers, presumably policemen. Finally some prominent bird would be called upon to make the answer, and for a while alt would listen. Then there would be a wild break again, continuing until darkness hushed the "cawing" and each black head was hidden behind the wing. This grand meeting lasted for a week or more. When the busi ness that had brought them here was settled they adjourned. The day after not a crow could bo seen In the valley. These proceedings were quite as order ly and seriously business-like as those in the house of representatives at Wash ington, while it is probable, Judging from, our late experience, the crows ac complished more than the house dele gates would In a longer period. WAZLItr&FOXD. The republicans meet In caucus this evening to nominate representatives and there should be good Judgment used In the re-election of candidates as there is more than a possibility of one or both being elected. The name of Joel R. Hough has been favorably mentioned and no mistake will be made if he is nominated. There are several other names mentioned, any of which would prove a strong candi date. - v ' The polls-ta the first voting district will open Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock and close at 1 d m The closing of the polls at 4 o'clock causes much dis satisfaction, as does the fact thath they are not open earlier In the morning to enable the worklngmen to vote be fore going to the factory. In other places the polls open at 6 a. m. and close at 5 p. m, and there is no reason why they should,,ijot In this town. The nomination ,flf H. F. Hall for representative by-the democratic cau cus make a weary teellng come over a large number of th6 party here. The rainfall here for October was 7.07 inches. "" Judge Hubbard'Tspeaks ' Cheshire this evening. 1,,-' The board of directors, of the Ma sonic Home association will be here to-day to look over the Community property ,aud .rraare .rfp.r; improve ments. ....... About every .rejflbllcan in town re ceived one of their circulars yesterday together with hali a dozen pasters asking for votes for Sheriff Tomnn son. On East Main street Thursday even lng at the residence of Joel H. Pad dock, George Elijah Hough, son of Elijah Hough, and Miss Jennie Day .raa dock, "daughter. tot.. Joel H. Paddock, were united in marriage, 'i The weding ceremony took place in the west parlor. On either side of the bridal party were-placed palms, while the floral decorations of the room were chrysanthemums and greens. Tp the strains of Loltengrln's wedding marohr played by Mrs.'Kate M. Preston of New, Haven, the bridal party entered thA narlor where Rev. J. J. Blair was In w(tliig to tie the nuptial knot. During al.. LM'nln flnna Man A q! attn Vtl tt nrciA ding march was rendered. The bride was attired in white taffeta silk with lace and pearl ribbon, and carried bride roses. The maids of honor were Miss Grace Paddock, sister of the bride, and Miss May Hotchkiss of New Haven, cousin of the bride, whose dress es were pink and blue china silk, and each -carried baskets of ; chrysanthe mums . The happy couple were remembered with ' many handsome "and , beautiful gifts, one being a check for $600 from the groom's father and mother. Other gifts, Including sterling silverware, chairs.etc. The happy couple left last ev ening tor their home at Elijah Hough's, where they will keep house. Woodbury removes Moles, Warts, Pimples, Freckles, Wrin kles, Superfluous Hair, all Facial Blemishes, and Skin Diseases. Regular registered Physicians. Call or write. Consultation free. 125 West 41 Street, N. Y. Bend 109, for s little "Beaut book. ISO pagaa on skin and aoalp, oare of tnenair, nraaarm. Hon of toe complexion, ramoral of aU akin blomuhea, la abort the lanltof j ear' practical expo neooB treating me ukuu aaueo, WHNiipUT aUIVUM, W I Ml eoj pie of wooamuy'i Sheial Soap. STOCKS AO BOPS. S6 sha Swift & Co. stock. " J SO ska N. T., N. H. Htd. RE. Co. stook. Slabs IT. 8. Bubber Go. pfd.atookv . ' if sha American Bank Mote Oo. stock. . Shi Adams Express Ce. stock. ( '-:.-r she JJ. a Water Oo. stook. . SO aha Merchants' National bank stock. '' $3,000 Middlesex Baa king Co. debentures. . t,0J0 Cleveland Bleetrlo Street BR, bonda t,(XX) Nonralk Tramway Co. 'a bonda, ; , te,XN K. 7., H. H. BR. Oo.4 p. e. Deb. edS. ' ' . Fo Sale by , , ', THE CHAS. W. SCHANTCN CO., aa center street, Si gtuauctaL TraUiLg on (no Htock Kuban go Was aa a Small Scale. New Tork, Nov. t Trading at the stock exchange was on a small scale. The covering movement noted yester day made further progress and was most prominent In the cases of the grangers. Tha coalers early In the day felt the Influence of the purchases by bears, but In the afternoon there were Indications that the movement In this group had culminated. Tha general market was strengthened by higher cs bios from London, the death of the czar having bad no Influence on the foreign markets. British consols and French rentes were higher. Sterling oxchange was firm, but as no gold was engaged for shipment o Europe by to-morrow's steamers there was some buying for the long account The main faotor In the market, how ever, was the desire on the part of lead ing bears to even up their contracts before the election. The Improvement during the morning session ranged from hi. to 114 per cent, the grangers. Louisville and Nashville, Western Union and the coalers leading. In the after noon a dash was made against the coal ers, and New Jersey Central was sold down IV to 94, Lackawanna 1 to 168H, Delaware and Hudson H to 1244 and Reading Vi to 17. Later Jersey Central rallied to 94 and Lackawanna to 159. The general list was not Influ enced by the decline In the stock named and closed Arm. Pacific Mall advanced 2 to 22021 on reports that the com pany will liquidate the last of lta float ing debt next month, that Its business was improving and that negotiations with the Panama road were progress lng favorably. American Sugar was far less active and very erratic throughout, closing per cent lower for the day at 86V4. EvansvlUe and Terre Haute advanced 6 to 438. Drexel, Morgan & Co. an nounce that they have bought 12,000,000 of the company's first mortgage and terminal 6 per cent gold bonds, which they will offer to-morrow to preferred stock holders and dividend bond hold ers. New Tork, New Haven and Hart ford sold at 190. against 181 the last transaction reported before to-day. Net changes show gains of to 1 per cent. In the active Issues. Jersey Central lost and Manhattan 1. A better, demand. Is noted for railway and miscellaneous mortgages. The dealings to-day were on an unusually large scale, aggregating 1,524,000. Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince & Whltely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New York, and 15 Center street, New Haven: ' Bid. Aakod. American Tobacco Co 98)fi American Tobacco Co. pfa l"o)4 Aniortoao Cotton Oil Co, l Amerloon Cotton Oil Co., pfd..... 72 American Sugar Retiring Co.... Witf Am.8ugarKeUningC0.pfd. 1 Atohleon.TopekaS Santa Fe.... 6K Canadadouthern Wi Central of New Jersey Chesapeake & Ohio Voting Cts.. Ws Chicago ft Bast Illinois ptd., Chicago & Northwestern... lOUt Chicago, Burlington &Quincy... K'i OhlcagdGasCo HMj Cbioago, Milwaukee St. Paul.. ,B0M Chicago, MUw'kee & StPaul pfd., 119 Chicago Rock Island k Paoitto.. mT Culoago, St. P.. M. & Omaha U3 Cleveland. O..C. & St. Louis. ..... jJJtf Col., Hocking Valley Toledo.. 17X Consolidated das J' Delaware & Hudson Canal Delaware, Lack. Western. .1... W Denver Rio Urande pfd Die. Cattle Feeding Co General Electric Co Iulnoia Central Lakoiibore & Michigan So W2J, Lake Brte & Western 1X Lake line & Western pfd &J Louisville Nashville WJl Louisuille & NewAlbany........ 7 LoulBVille & New Albany ptd. . . . 21 Laoede Gas........... 1?X Missouri. Kansas iiToxas........ 1 Missouri. Kansas Texas Dtd... 21 Manhattan Blevated Mvi Missouri Pacitto ,7)4 New York & New Haven 180 N.Y.& N. 8.. 8d paid HI Mew YorkOentraX Hudson.... 98 N. Y., Chicago & bt. Iku1s 18 N Y.. Lake Erie & Western. 13)6 N. Y., Lake Brie & Western pfd. 2 N.Y.. Ontario Western 1BJ4 Norfolk & Western pfd 1 2X North American Co Northern PacifiO.:.. . M Northern Pacific pfd..i..i 106 NatlonaiLeadCo......,.., 8X National Lead Co: pfd....... 87 PacinoMall 8.8.00............... 91$ Peoria, Deoatur Kvansvllle.... JX ukiio ir Unmllnir Votintr Ota 18 99W HO , 7.1)1 924 9 19 116 m 13 W'A 120 BIX 84 MX IV 160 l)J?i 10)8 li3 17 71 64 8 23 'i0 J?X 21 W -8 102 8 8 15 17 ax 1 leu :,17 Pullman Palace Oar Co........... 167 ' SohT W.TP. T. tr.j Bttidnat. p'd. 17 ftiitrui-niiiiinn Cert's 03X 10 Tennessee Coal Iron...... Tennessee Coal Iron pfd,...-. Texas Paoiilo - ToL.Ann Arbor North Mica. Union Paoino ....;........... Union Pacilio, Denver & Gulf... Wabash... ................. Wuhfltth nfd ' 184 . 10 m 6 14X 7X 147- 112 4T' Ho HX 96H 13X 23)4 ; 25 15 12X 40X 9X 6 HX 8X ex 14H Ai-.w,..,-.. ITnfnn rrVl(rftnh. 7 Wheeling Lake Rne 10 Wheeling Lake Krle pfd, 89X Wisconsin Central'..... 'Hi Adams Express..... ............. M8 American Express.,,,.........., 110 United states mjot.... g Wella-Fargo Express.;. luf U. S.Rubber.......M" U. 8. Hub ber pf d ..... v, 0.8. Cordage Oo..;;...w.i 98 18X 22 U.S. coraage iuu,yiu,... ......... tj.. anu Clan.. S?A ""?r I M St. Tt. Southern 'Railway.'..;.... .... Southern Railway ptd,....,... , Government Bonds ) , Following are the ' quotations for United States bonds at the call to-day; Ext.Ss, reg 98 4s,reg 1907....... ............ 4s, coup., 1907. New 5s,reg.,1904 .. NawIv). ooud.. 1904.... 116i)Ut)v 119 mum 119 U9M 101 - Currency 8s. 1895i ......... CurrenoyBs, 1890..:.,........,. ... . 104 0 - PiirrpnfiV 6s. 1897 107 a - Cnnnn(iv 6s. 1898. ...... 110 Currency 8s, 1899....i m w KB W HAVEN LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Furnished dally by Kjmbielv, Boot DAT, Bankers ana Broken, 133 Orange street. . BANK siooxg. Par Bid Asked City Bank.... ...y.... 1J 122 - 13X ' -MX . - ,m m 167 139X 1B7 - ' us - Hew navtw uwiuj mmwum Bank 10 Mecnanlcs' Bank.:.. ........... 00 Merchants' National Bank.... 60 New Haven National Bank... 100 . i.ut..iu.ni. Ian xraoeflmeu sntuuuw aw HeoondNationalBank. ....... 100. r-il Anai Ttun V . . . : . . inn L eic iat.wwi. Far Bid Aflked B.& N. Y. A. L. pref erred.i.. 100 PeteoiCHlusdaleiSW.... 100 MQUWHiimu A MA, UMiMl JV a w n n ru inn SeaADerbrB-Co.. MO PBWB aV "." "" ZZTzi " JalKaUdMbnWIW MVUaVB, . Par Bid Asked It tf fiaa IlrKt 1V. 1 9K . Kl Sew Haven Water Co.....!.. 60 lOlif lOg), Peck, Stow Wilcox.. , 25 S4 grlty Insurance Qoj...... 40 . , 8a BwlttCto...i...,. 100 ' 100X Telephone-Chea. Pot..... 100 63 66 99 91 23V' 242 DSX.'.i B3 N. t. n. j lm rr m( BtMithrrn N, E W TX P.B.ilutjbocprtfdrred.par.. IM 94 M SA1LBOAO SO If OS. This ma Aakad n.N.r.A.Lta... litaTTii - Holyoke WeetAcld lata... lvll iuO Mi)iiauinlo(Joiiiil6...u,,. ltOT 1X nw navn a Darny aa....... m.s him New Haven Iwbr 7a. H V 1U New Haven Dnrbr da Itul lut 1U Now Haven N. 7a. imt 1IX " NowHvonN.7.U74 IMM 110 n. n. n, ivnxoia oe luus 11s N. 11, 4 N. 1st .le lull 10 New London Northern lat 4a. lultt 101 New London Nonhnrn laL aa. lulll 107 3 N. Y. N. K. lat 7s IM 111 114X N. Y. N. P.. lut Aa 1UI4 losX 11 N. Y. N. E. l a liq KBX 1(X N. Y, N. H. 11. 4a UMi m UN) N. y.N,H.4ll. 1M. 4a 1 tli MX N, YH Prov. lloaUin 7a 1HU9 lis N. Y., Prov. iknt.in 4a 1MJ 101)4 Wast Uavou H. H, U. 6a llli IW - ucsixAHSous aosoa Due Bid Aakrd r. U. W. C.' ?a 1 lSTli(l 1801 iwr no New Haven City 7a. New Haven Cltv 6m. New Haven City 4a, aawerage l'U lid Now Haven Cltv Sua. " HUT M New Haven Town MX New Haven Town P. P. Issue lwt 7X New Haven School 4a. 1904 li S.N.B.Tolepbonas 190s bli Swift Co. 9a 1910 101 IM BANKERS AND BBOUUI) No. 48 Broadway, New York, , AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. T. Stock Exchange, Produce K. change and Culoago Board of Xnwlo. C. B. BOLHER, Manager New Haven Branoh. inrauiMAf RmflwAv fitoekannd Bnnila alio Grain, Provision and Cotton, BougUt and bold on Coinmiaelon. Connected by Private Wire with NewTork, Boston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. SECURITIES FOB Sill. 20 sbs N. Y N. H. H. RR. Oo. to she United New Jersey RR., guaranteed 10 per cent, by Ponn. RR. Co. 26 shs Chi. June. Stock Yards pret. 60slis 14 " " " " ooramon. 40 sbs New Haven Water Oo. 10 sbs Boston Electric Light Oo. 0 shs Merldcn Britannia Co. 60 shs Peck, Stow Wlloox Oo. 20 shs .Etna Fire Insurance Co. $5,000 N. Y., N. H. H. RR. debenture 4's. KIMBEBLT, BOOT & DAT. COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our services to the public to buy and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc, on commlssinn. Our experience and extensive acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well. Business so licited. Respectfully, W. & E. F00TE, apOOtf 430 State Street. Trim National Tradesmen's Bank, NEW HAVEN, CONN, Draws Bills of Exchange ON AUlanoe Bank (Limited), Condon, Provincial Bank of Ireland, Dublin, Union Bank of Scotland, Credit Lyonnais, Paris, And on all the Principal Cities of Europe, lasuea Circular Letters of Credit Available Throughout Knrope. GEO. A. BUTLER, President. WM. T. FUSLUB, Cashier. (Incorporated under the laws of the j State of New York.) 6 per cent. Gold Bonds, Denomination, $500 each. Coupons payable Feb. 1 and Aug. 1. TKU8TEE OF THE MORTGAGE t Knickerbocker Trust Co., New York. The Knlekerbocker Phosphate Company offers for sale at par and acoruod Interest $37, 0UU of its BONDS due 1904. Total Issue 160,000. Already taken, 17,600. Fully secured by a mortgage upon the valuable phosphate lands of the company at Bartow, Fl jrlda, and upon all Its property and franchises. Bonus of stock allotted to each purchaser of bonds. ' See circular fnr particulars. Capital stock, (ICO.000. Full paid and non assessable. The stock is expected to pay good dividend?. Applications for bonds and all suDscrip. tlons for same should be addressed to KNICKERBOCKER TRUST CO., New York. Procpectui, reports and other Information on application to KNICKERBOCKER PHOSPHATE CO., Postal Telegr.tph Building, New York, REr'ERENdKS; KNICKERBOCKER TRUST CO.. New York. GERMAN EXCHANGE BANK. New York. THE POLK COUNTY NAT., BdNK Bartow, Florida. 029 6t VERMILYE & CO., Bankers and Brokers. Dealers Li Investment Securities. 16 and 18 NASSAU STREET, New Torlt Oity. DEFY BURGLARY, FIRE, mm lira iJa.. a: JJ FORGERIES, BY HIRING A SAFE IN THE VAULT OF Mercantile Safe Deposit Go. Annual rental of safe, from FIVE to SIXTY DOLLARS. Absolute Seouritv for Bonds. Stocks, WUla, Builloa, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones, and all evldenoea of values. Access to vault through the nananng room oitneiut CHANICS' BANK, - 1 CHURCH, COR. CENTER STREET. Counon rooms for convenience of natrons All persons Interested are cordially invited to nspeei tne company a premises, upea mm ta. m. to p. m. xhohas K. xbowbrtdob, nesiaent, uuysbb, rjaTTB, v ice rresiaent, Ohas.1 pos. Seo. and Tress. SEGDSMES M SALE. 90 Shs V. 8. Bubber pfd stook. CO shs Adams Express stock. 80 shs American Bank Note Co. stools, 10 sha Boston lectrle Light stock. 8 shs Naugatuck RR. stock, 10 sbs N. Y N. H. A H. RR. stook. ' ; 26 sbs N. Y. New Jersey Tel. stook. ' SO shs N.Y., Laok. tc West. 5 p.o. gtd. stook. $2,000 N. Y N. H. & H. BB. 1st mort. 4s 1908. 12 JBO Middlesex Banking- Co. Op.ot bonds : H. B. NETTT0N & COH W''f Bankers and Brokers, f . ,. K'A''l-8t OBANGB STRlU!r.V ;5 v. PMB&llBT Kiraou FiosinGo. gttttrtatgmttttg, HYPERION THEATER Tueattay, NoramberS, Durnnhre, Karl au4 MacotooaH's llcihln Huod Opera Comuany, Preseotlng DoKovra and nutiui's famoa . couilo oiMtra huockm. ''THE KNICKER BOOKERS." Company of sixty, oimrua of lony, large op oratio orohaatra. Prtoaa ll.VU, Us, ftoa. Hale of ttml op eni Saturday. nl 41 To-night and To-morrow Night, Saturday Matinee, Sherman and Morrlsey'a A- JAY OXXI.OT7S. Monday, Tuesday, Wodnosday, next week, The Boston Howard Athenaeum Star Specialty Company. LlNOEIl LONGER, LUCY, and a grand continuous performance. . Open from 1:30 to 6-Ju and I to IL Admission 10 cunt. ot Three Fine Entertainments AT V M f A LI A I I Not. T Grand Concert, Lulu aloe Club Con J. ocrtCo. of lloston (mIx nrtlsts). Nov. 2S-Locturi'. Jamas L. Uonlon ; subjoot, . - " Human Nutiire." Deo. 5-Opnpert. EnglUh Hand-bell Blngerl .iiu ni. iHirtiuii. dijicuy, IKIUIOT. Ttnkntfl ....... - . ' . . v- .... i.vviuifiv, uruin. kuiiq Hi. St the rooms. fl.tChnnul .trnnt A 9 a.m. - i California Excursions VTA Southern Pacific Co. LOWEST RATES. Also ttrkor. fnr TKXAH MRTlm CHINA and JAPAN. Call on or address E. E. CUMUElt, N. E. Agent, im Devonshire st Boston. Mass. 8l2eod6m EUROPE AND THE LEVANT. MRS. M. A. CROSLEY, recently of Spring . Held, Mass., now of 788 Putnam avenue; Brooklyn, N. Y., will conduct another Select Party this winter to the Azores, Egypt, the Hi, v Tjtnii 1... U... II. J- ... ' . Southern Europe, Paris and London, sailing1 from New York January 6, 1895, on the mag r or particulars address as above. oiOm&sgt, hotels. Hotel Monopole, (European Plan.) 14 and 16 Church Street. CAFE and Ladies' Restaurant connected with hotel. WHOT LUNCHserved H uare. lalO IMPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATIONS Uade during the dull summer months have made . a MOSELEY'S ffl NEW HAVEN UOT7SB EaalaUMore comfortable than evnr fnr tiotW permanent or transient gueats. Traveling mea are shown especial attention. Sil tUSlli H. MOSELEY. i COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Worts, WiXUAM F. KNAPF CO., Proprietors, 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct work done at short notice. mh33tf Fall M Winter Milliniw: ss aa,a I MShHWaa. atUAAMMVA J f 1133 Chapel Street, Second door above Tork street. , A largo, handsome and varied assort meut of Millinery Trimmings. -Special styles in Felt Hats. Artistically Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, Mourning Bonnets ana Mats a specialty. Miss A. V. Byrnes, 1133 CHAPEL STREET, ' Second door above Tork street. SHAREHOLDERS AND Bondholders 1 inform themselves of the condit Should itlon of the Investments they hold in any corporation, railroad or Industrial, and also of the bess stocks to maae money in, oy sending tor our "300-PAGE MANUAL," illustrated with rail, road maps. &o., and giving highest and lowest) prices for ten years of Stocks, Bonds, Cotton and Grain. ISSUED GBATIB AND MAILED FBEB. im.iun, bought and sold for cash or on a 8 to & per oent. margin. Private wires to Dnston ana I'nicago. "DETERMINING THE RESPONSIBILITY Of 'i'ms riKH ruu uMii wiijtt is as im POHI'ANT AS SELECTING THE RIGHT) STOCKS. Twenty years' experience and a cll entele the largest of any house in New York. NATIONAL BANK HEEEKKNCB furnished. HAIGHT & IKHiUSU, OFFICES 4 56 T 80 Bankers Brokers, S3 Broadway, N. Y. oOMfcSlm $20,000 To Loan on Improvetl City Property, IN SUMS , TO SUIT?. . H. C.WARREN & CO., 108 Orange Street, Real Estate Loans, for Sale, $800, New Haven, 0 per oent. ' , $300, New Haven, per cent. ,i . $1,(00, Heir Haven, $ per eent. K , $8,800, New Haven. 6 per cent. $6,000, New Haven, & per cent. . $2,800, Mount Carmel, 8 per oeut. $1S0, aevaland, Ohio, 8 per oent, ;-1 . , $5,000, Clevel and, Ohio, 6 per oent. -': $13,000, Cleveland, Ohio, t per oent. , , 8eourttyflrat.elassonsllthamloaiia)i . ., , Money to loan on Real Estate, v ,' 4. J!i. MMMJUi, : nasodtt -y Slf CHAPKLSTlBVKKt)'. -.-V i.r. g : - .. V.7.-51 1, j.- . : .'.' t.v lb' ' T f 1 a ' ; - -, ; '