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. NEW HAVEN MORNING JOTJENAL AND COUKIEK SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 1894.
WOMEN ALWAYS TIRED. Mrs. Henry . Ward Beecher Says She Has Known Bat ,Half Dozen Women Who V Were Thoroughly Well. Ths Poutlne of Domeitlo Tatlis Over dialns Their Nervous Force. amonf all my Mends-ana tbs number of my acquaintance! hag ne cessarily been rather large," says Mr. Henry Ward Beecher, "I can recaU but half a dozen thoroughly well women. " , " ' So many, In order to obtain ths rep utation of being good housewives, work from morning till night, cooking, weeping and overhauling. "What would the house look like," they aik, "if I were not constantly looking after It r It would certainly look a good deal more homelike If the We and the mother kept her health and high spir its Instead of growing oM and care worn from the struggle with dust and the neglect of their tired, " aching nerves, and pale watery blood that dally becomes more and more badly nourished. It Is not the healthy weariness of muscle and brain, so easily forgotten after a. good night's Bleep ; but it Is the weariness that remains till morn ing, and follows one. through the day, sens. . ik vrssa. that should cause ' anxiety and a de sire for prompt relief. . When the nerves and the blood have thus become so badly nourished and the strength thus reduced, food food appropriate for-building up the nerv ous tissue and rest, are the plain and simple means, 'in fact the only means of restoring .gop "and 'jjeaith. All the material 'urgwtly 'needed by the million of esftavustea ierve cells and by the thin, depleted Wpod are found In that Temailta'ble' invlgorator, that food for the brain and nervea, Paine'a celery' compound, ft 'fills, tba nervous and tfifipfttelftes; alfovWte body with vUieJjttssJ'J rapid: icrawth, the ' blood gains jeaH xed . corpuscle and grows ruddy and capable of thorough ly feeding the body The strength re turns, and headaches, dyspepsia, neu ralgia and nervous debility disappear When the tone of the system has been thus raised and the body abundantly - supplied with fresh, life-giving blood. The very .first week In which this perfect nerve food, Paine's celery com pound. Is conscientiously employed It will 'declare its tonic effect by tne feel ing of returning strength, a marked Increase in the appetite, freedom from pain and depression. " Paine's celery compound cures rad lcaUy and permanently rheumatism. heart weakaessw diseases of the liver and-the kidneys, and encourages the excretory Organs to expel whatever impure humors there may be In the blood. This is evident by the health' ' let, clearer condition of the skin that physicians say invariably follows when they precsrlbe " Paine's celery com pound as they so commonly do where the body needs building up and when recovery is slow after acute diseases. ' Here is the experience of Mrs. B. L. Wing of Putney, Vt, told in her own words : :: . t , "I had been 'afflicted with rheuma tism and neuralgia for - many years. In a year and a half I have taken eight botUes of Paine's celery cora ' pound and have hot been so free from these trouble in u yean as I am now, I advise all who are afflicted in any way wltsi rheumatism or neuralgia to: use Paine's celery compound. ' . . .J'For the nerves and tired feeling I think it is- the best dose of ambition (hat I have Wer found. Before I had taken one bottle I felt almost like an other' person.4 - Other medicines have given me only,' temporary relief. . Bat the compound has done me more' per manent gooA t)ian the doctors or Any other medicine, and I can hardly feel grateful enough for the benefit that I have derived.from its use." : Returns tt New Haven to Beside. The Rev. Myron A. Munson, who re moved from thl city to Cheshire be tween.: thief and four years ago, re turns tae pvesent week to 198 Exchange Street, Fair Haven. '; . During- his real dance In Cheshire, he has written" a large book entitled "The Munson Rec ord." ? " T . - , Bt- Faal's Jab, The regular monthly, meeting1 of the: Bt. Paul's Church' club Will be held next Monday evening,' November tt," at t - o'clock. A paper will be read by Mr. '&.agwe& His subject will be v"On the Invasion of New Haven. ? , - am oteb And Fatally Injnred m State Street, Corner . -. of Bradley. Thomas Fox.a employe of the West ern Unioni Telegraph company, was ran Over by one-of Smedley's big trucks at the corner of Statpand Bradley streets yesterday aBornlng- and terribly injured. 1 He died of his injuries in the afternoon. The deceased waa married and lived at 10S Rosette street. t? - v . ,!:'' ;i J ;?' f- . ';i. ;''.' ,'!. . Pen' Kheomatlo ' Pint absoratety cure rheumatism -and neuralgia, v Entirely vage. tabla. safe. TALES OF TEN TRAVELERS. (Continued From Page Three.) . Those who can spars ths necessary means and who feel so disposed might rasa a cleaaant and Instructive evening, while carrying out the principles ot true Christian charity, by attending the players' entertainment to-night at Dentville hall. - Due reasons for this suggestion by your pastor will be given at our next praise service which will be held to morrow evening, weather permitting. ' PHILIP MARDEN, In a few minutes more old Qabe Dent' ferret was tracing with his horny finger . these words against the win dow panes in hla master's house, writ Ing, while reading aloud, with minutest particularity this the most astounding notice which had ever been posted in Dentville. "Reubun Screws," said the old 6qulre sternly when the former bad finished, "that was In Pastor Marden's hand writing, word for word?" "Writ by Philip Marden, posted by Philip Marden, totter for letter and word for word!" The old man fairly gasped for a m-wnent, as his lowering looks took In the post office, the Red Lion tavern and the street toward the parsonage a little distance beyond. . "Then," be said, with ms Hps so lightly drawn that they were bloodless and white across his almost chattering teeth, "all I've got to say Is, that preacher's an apostate and Gabriel Dental take a hand at the powers of Satan In this here town!" "Powers o Satan In this 'ere town;" mumbled the constable, his beady eyes blinking like an excited owl's from con jectures of possible consequences. "No wonder religion's, dead!" thun dered the 'Squire, crashing a list into the palm of his other hand. "No wonder!" was sieved through the constable's Woolen neck otcforter. "It's got to be lifted up in Dentville!" almost screamed old Gabriel Dent, as he plunged about the room. "Right up!" wheezed the constable, following him aa If to he ready for in stant action. The old 'Squire whirled and stopped suddenly. "They're paupers before the law: They've no visible means of support! They're on the town this minute! Rube," he added with almost childish glee, "Is the poor house full?" "A leetle crowded;- a leetle; 'Squire;" puffed ready Reuben; "but ol' Beetles told me, last week, they'd been carryin' out' a few. Guess we might find room for a half dozen er so.' 4. half dozen er so;" he repeated with a leer which set his face to working hideously. "Get get the hooks!" demanded Ga briel Dent fuming with Impatience. "The books and a light, Rube!" A light was at once brought, and the constable fluttered it back and forth along the dusty shelves. ' "Th th. statoota, 'Squire?" - "Yes, yes. ' The revised -.statutes. Quick, now, Rube! . If it's as It ought to be, DentvUle'll be. safe from the yip era' fangs yet, yet this 'nights'' Reuben Screws'!" .?' r ; " The qld 'Squire poured over the pages of the statutes for a few minutes, as though lives depended upon the result;' while great veins sprang from his fore; head and were lost in the silvery hair of his head." . ' -; .-' t ' ' It is seldom in these later days, thank heaven! that religion is essayed to be lifted up, that fervor in even a supposi tltiously holy cause, that an awakening to man's duty to. his creed and his fel low man, is begun and carried out with such appallhg intensity and zeal, as here in this ancient mansion beneath this flickering light, where the two old heads, so, near the eternal silences, crowded close and fiercely over the wise provisions of the law;, but with a cry of delight from the 'Squire and a hoarse gurgle of satisfaction from the consta ble, the sough t-f or sentenoes were found, read as a starved' dog will crunch a toothsome bone, and the statutes then clapped together and hugged to the 'Squire's side like some priceless gift ot efficacy and power. "Quick, now, Rube!" he exclaimed,: springing from the table. "Harness the double team to the lumber wagon. Get it around to the tavern the quickest you ever moved in all your natural llfe.1 We'll have, ,'em leady. GItobs' and I'JT. make short work of em; now. Put a little straw not much, mind! in the bottom of the wagon box, for the the strumpet women, If they don't deserve it, Rube. Hurry, now! Bibbs and ru root .'em out, tooth and nail,, bag and baggage!" . But Reuben Screws was already puf fing and wheezing in the barn at his master's bidding; and when old Gabriel Dent discovered he waa railing at imi- ty wads, he hastened from the warmth of his fireside With the alacrity of eager youth out Into the fearsome night When a certain quality of religion and a certain quality of Iw are jointly utilized in elevating the morals and an- nihllatlnsr the evils of any community. human- lives are as bits of, chaff be tween the upper and nether-millstones of expediency: . -:' 'K v' h A village justice court,, a complaint under oath, afiasty examination, where the facts and the law were as plain as the parson's notice in the postofBce window, a hastily scrawled commitment In the hands of Constable Screws, the bundling of the dazedly Stricken and half craxea pauper actors into tne wagon box, a rattle and clatter of wheels and prancing and sprawling brutally-urged horses along the icy- road;: were the evangelizing work of a very brief time this evening In Dentville; when all that waa left of the Bonaanbv AdiUmrtnn Grand Star combination was: clattering, sliding and whirling on Its pitiless way to the Dentville poorhouse Just behind the' pretty hamlet among the stony hills " ' - Old Gabriel Dent now pushed bis wav stoutly .against the etprm back past the little poat. office, where he halted an instant beside Its dim window. Here he slowly and rumlnativeiy .read and reread hla paatofa notice. He: again started forward, : but paused . again. turned, and shaking his fist at the pla card, vindictively muttered: '-::.,'.. "The genalne awakening In Dentvflle is Just began, Philip Marden! Next to actortaps of Satan., apostate preachers coma 1 aoa ilaito,wwiiYaney,ome nm, Philip Marden.", -as he resumed, hla sturdy walk up tha hill. L I don't know but they aoarie ln I'll think it over. Philip Marden!" L He entered .hla home with the calm face of one exalted with the sense of 1 duty dona He found Aunt Martha awaiting him paUently beside the tea table. His repast was untouched until he had said accustomed grace, by re peating our Lord's Prayer. Then he began won his food with hearty relish and lest; but his bent lit tle wife-was It from the subtle instinct of the mother's unaccountable forebod ings and measureless compassion stealthily and many times lifted that comforting apron corner to her dim old eyes during that single evening meal. Despair la oftener dumb than fren Hed: but It is often both. ' 1 ' The haggard woman holding to herl Heart tier stricken husband aa they were sped away from the Red lioa is the jolting wagon, might have had some swift consciousness of the lights gleam ing from the great house upon the hljl; of the merciless hand which had signed their commitment; of the tender home lights leaping across countless shining objects and burning Into her desolate, desperate heart; for the Infinite God can only measure punishments and mo ments such as these. Her face, fell upon her breast, and mutely croodled into the ghastly face and neck of the man she held with aw ful pressure to her wildly fluttering heart And thus it waa until the open country was reached. Here she raised her head aa If stung by unendurable torment Out between the hills, across the stony, storm-swept spaces; she saw the blinking lights from the straggling Poor house windows. She craned her head and neck far out toward them for a moment ' 'My God! Not that! Not thatl" Only these half -formed words escaped her Hps; bat now followed the frenzy of despair. -. She laid the senseless form from her arms tenderly In the straw of the wag on box. She crawled 'among her com panions, rousing them wtth startling whispers; beating them into life with stinging' blowa They seemed to rise up at last, and gather, around her. Her hands like clawa were' suddenly -thrust up into the night, and when they as swiftly returned, Reuben Screws was.ln their remorseless dutch. , ; y : , - A moment more and the way on had come to a halt In another moment the constable was. bound to t his. seat,. the desperate occupants of the wagon were upon the ground, and the docile horses were' moving leisurely with their light ened load around the tarn between the hills, leading to the Dentville poor house. ' x "Come! come!" she hoarsely whis pered. "Help me lift him up I. I know one spot where hunger and death may come with shelter and benediction and ; peace!" - It was as though the dead living then trailed With the living dead along some' old familiar pathway, away from the hateful lights of the -Dentvitfe-poor-house toward the hallowed silences of the olden Dentville village church. . . . Back In the village its pastor and Its, godiiest, richest and most powerful Citi zen had both finished their evening repasts.,-- , ;. ' :-.,;.,;. ..'.'. ' A.- Singularly,- both were ill at ease, As the storm increased and at times howl ed dismally " thrniigfo the imaging Jjpee branches above the parsonage, thifts tor's heart bled for all who mlg.hit$elp lessiy know its sting and hurts. 4 Gabriel Dent was truly troubled. It was no morethan a twenty minutes' drive for fflla- jimar 0team to the poor bouse.: Dumping the wagon's wretched load into its doorway, was but a mo ment for Reuben' Screws and old Bee tles, the keeper. But more than an hour iedJnow .paesed, an&-. the con- As the storm, shook the old mansion to fts foundations, its owner's heai-was alone troubled because finality concern ing his merciless act had not yet been fuMy . assured. - Where was Reuben Screws? - Why had foe not . returned And why could not Gabriel , Dent, ser vant of the Lord, Instantly know that his first decisive measure for the lifting up of religion in Dentville, had been closed and sealed beyond ell recall by the Implacability of his own Inexorable: wish and will? Uncertainty to such hearts of flint is as the remorseless droppings of water which wear and kill. He could endure it no longer, and he plunged forthwith into the wild and bitter night Mother and RutJh," said Whs Dent ville pastor at the parsonage, "I can't beait this! foreboding upon me that some one in Dentville is in great distress, perhaps in titter peril. Savage as it Is outside, I feel that) I must go at once and look about me village.' . . "If you should hapen to bring back any one, any one needing them, Philip," were the last words of Mother Marden at the whistling crack of the door, "you'll find the spare rooms ready and the kettle boiling on the fire. God Mess you In your search, my son!" Thus two humans battled for a time against the storm which swept the lit tle village. , Whatever finality had come to the consciousness of Gabriel Derit In his de termined search when Philip -Marden, startled at a faintly flashing and paling fight from the window of iS abandoned study in the rear of the old church basement, had hastened through the parsonage grounds to the unused study door, he certainly saw old Gabriel Dent tearing and tumbling - through the gtioBtiy grave-etonee of the grewsome churchyard toward the' village street, shrieking horrible maledictions as he sped madly down the broadening way. He saw, too, In another moment, as he peered within the partly opened olden study door, what sent him bound ing back to the parsonage; what made him tear his own door open as though he were some -savage spirit of the night and storm; and what still made him, all inarticulate for a moment, stand staring, at his mother and aister in mute and helpless dismay. 'Philip! Philip! What ihas'happened?" pleaded Mttther Marden, as Ruth clung to her frightened ami mstrasgfat. , '- "Mother Ruth!" he finally faltered. They're huddled starving, freeMntr, in the old church. study! It's her, mother) Around her Is the dumbness of terror. Beside her is Whs silence of death. Don't you understand? , Mother! Bate! : It But her at the parsotakge door is really a savage sptrtt of the night and the storm. It bursts in- upon the in mates -furiously.'; . Bloodshot tta eVea. ftattariitg Us testb, Hvd asaVpsUlUl its face by turns, like a, tigers Ms wildly clutching claws. "Philip Marden!" it shrieks at the pastor as the fatter faces it, bravely,) "IX I know, yew apostate Hand was In, that work of bringing those devils back from the poor house ertiere I put 'em before I'd sleep, I'd tumble this house down about your beads hers, and I'd bum that desecrated bouse of God as level as the graves around It!" The pastor aeemd growing Into gigaa- Uo stature as these words were spoken. snd his horrified mother and sister sank feebly under the awful outburst A wondrous Hgn had leaped Into his face and eyea He raised his outspread band high above the silvered head of the In truder. "Gabriel Dent," he almost whispered, "do you know who you are driving Into fhe darkness of Unutterable despair?" "Who? who?" shrieked the Implac able man wildly.". Devils! Devils, every rne! Bring the keya Come with ms. You're parson yet!' he roared wlfh co vert vindlctlveness. "It's your part, not mine, to clear these vipers from the home of God!" "Yea;" returned the pastor with strange intonation of merciful compas sion, "But we win go together. All but one shall leave the church to-night One, perhaps, even Gabriel Dent would not have go; and one other I wish you to see face to race, with me. Mother, Ruth! I will oe here wtth them ail di rectly. One should have our best spare rorni to-night Yes, yes, Gabriel Duit Come, ws will turn them out together!" As the two left tlhe parsonage, Ga briel Dent was already hushed and wondering from the pastor's exalted yet submissive manner. "Softly now," said Philip Marden, as they peered within the half open study door. "We mue come upon the wretch es unaware!" But there was BrUe need now for quiet or for stealth. Huddled about a flickering blaze In the ruinous fireplace, say the actors; crowded together for each other's human warmth; sodden and etui in the exhausted and almost wakeless sleep of hanger and of cold. In a bundle of rags cn the old com munion table lay some unrecognizable object; and flung aiross It, clutching It as in a deathlesi grasp, was the form of a haggard woman, stilled in the stupor of mute despair. "This Is the one," said Philip Marden softly, pressing the hand of Gabriel Dent Into the clammy hand of the body beneath the rags, "I thought you might be willing to have remain a little longer; and this one. Is the one I wish to have you know." Old Gabriel Derft was already trem bling like a wind-whipped autumn leaf. The pastor bent over the two and spoke low and clearly in the wretched woman's ear: -' " "Letty! Letty Dent! Gabriel Dent Is here to succor your' ' "Not him! Not him!" she moaned as she raised her head an instant, glared vacantly at the now aibject man before her and sank back again upon the life less body, Gabriel Dent, her father, stumbling after her. falling upon his knees beside the' same table where his lips for more than half a century had received the blessed sacrament, grasp ing pttlfully at. 4ier bedraggled gar ments as if to Kiss their very hem, and crying aloud as a repentant human ! heart can only plead. In unutterable tor nlent and remorse; "Letty! Letty! Daughter mine! For give4! forgive! Oh.' may God have mer cy on niy wicked' sou! !" 4 Ana as Philip Marden unconsciously placed the hand of the dead husband upon the living father's head and looked on the wretched scene with glad though bursting heart, to. his tender, manful eyes it seemed, b.ough seeminir only it might have been,, that in this solemn Dentville awakening a smfle of ineffa ble mercy, f orgiyness and peace had for an instant flitted across the Buffer-iifg-graven face of the sclent dead. J4 ! , Truly Astonishing. t In talking with Mr. Conant. the auc-' tioneer for Malley, Neely & Co.'s Orien tal rug sale, he said, "It seems so queer to me that the fine intelligent people tnat attend these sales allow the hand somest Oriental rugs in America to sell for the price of ordinary modern rugs ana carpets. In view of the delighted hundreds who attended the exhibition the wonder deepens; They certainly do not fully realize their ' opportunity. It's not my sale. It's Malley, Neely Sc. Co.Js ' sale. : Their -repu tation is behind it. What is the 'Syndi cate Trading company ?' The largest dry goods corporation in the world, made up of - leading dry feoods stores in the United States, such as Brown. Thomp son St Co., Hartford, Conn.; Denholm & McKay Co., Worcester, Mass.; Forbes & Wallace, Springfield, Mass.; Callender, MCAU&ian e Troupe Co., ProvidenceJR. I, etc.,- etc. You see these rugs are not products of some unknown so-called im porter. They were procured by the Unit ed, States Dry Goods Fraternity." Tho sale seems to -have reached a point where it is no longer a question of how much they will get for the rugs, but whether they will get rid of them at any price. - -."Ah, how I feel for you," said Jaggs- ley as he fumbled around for the key hole. Syracuse Post . "V. Positively selling to the highest bid der-the entire lot of Malley, Neely & Co.'s recently exhibited Oriental rugs. Sale hours: 10:30 a. m., and 2:30 p. m. Real Estate Loans for Sale. T New Hsven, J per cent. .:?: IMS, New Haven, t percent. - . - $1,600, New Haven, 6 per oent . $2,800, New Haven, 5 per cent. IMW. Jlew Haven, per osat, . . fAKa, Mount Carmrt, t per oentv - -J1,H, Cleveland, Ohio, fl percent. . $8,000, Clevel snd, Ohio, (per oeni , f $U,00, Cleveland, Ohio, tperoent, - eoudtv arat-elass on all these loans. . ' ' i Honey to loan on Real Estate. ; J. KLOM1S, 'vJeofttf " ' an cumnnit. $20,000 To loan on Improved 7: City Property, . 108 Or-aiigev Street. The BimIdmi oa the . sehaaf Was targe Than la Wontht Tmii. New York, Nov. 9, The business at the Stock Exchange was the largest for months past The Increase In the trad Ing was the result for a better outslds demand whloh was seised upon by the professional operators arrayed on the long side of the account to force their opponents to cover. Having outslds co operation they had no difficulty in es tablishing higher prices throughout the list A rumor of a new government bond Issue stimulated the. upward movement In the late trading. An Issue at this time would not only be welcomed by borne financiers generally, but would have a good effect abroad and put an end to the talk about gold exporta The Improve ment In prices ranged from to 3 per cent. In American Sugar, Jersey Central, the grangers, Western Union, Louis ville and Nashville, Lackawanna, Gen eral Electric, Lead, Missouri Paclflo and Chicago Gas. There were reactions at Intervals, but each recession simply served to bring in fresh buying orders, and prices gradually moved up to a higher level. The closing was strong at about the highest figures of the day. Net gains were to 2 per cent, American Sugar leading. Manhattan fell K per cent. In the Inactive stocks Baltimore and Ohio rose 14 to UH, and Panhandle preferred 1 to it. The bond market was strong and the trading was on a very heavy scale. The gain In prices ranged from M to 6 per cent., and was most pronounced In the cases of Lincoln and Colorado, Den ver and Gulf, Indiana, Decatur and Springfield, and International and Great Northern issues. The most active bonds were the Texas Paclflc, Kansas snd Texas, and Atchlsons. Sales were 12, 652,000. Following are ths closing prices re ported by Prlnoe & Whltely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New York, and 16 Center street New Haven: . aid. A.ked. American Totaoeo Oo American Tubaooo Oo. pfd Auiericau CoUuo Oil Co American Ootton IMI Oo.. pfd... Amerloan Suirar Hottuluir Oo... 100K 101 111) of.' (! ) vt 15 ! 'iM U 121 t4 ft IX 138 V 10 N s I? 22 h3 tax ioi 8a 104 32 100 15 HS 2 W4 Am.Sugar Kenning-Co. ptd Mx Auiuiauu, ropeut a suit Canauastout hern . . H: . Wi "103 ventral or new Jorsey. CuuBHpeane ie Otalo voting tits. bmcago a isaat lUlnols pfd.. Cnleairo Si Nortuwuatern.. Cmoaro. Uurlinjrto a Oulnav.. mi Chioag-oQasOo. 'i CnlouKo, Milwaukee & St. Paul.. W'A CiiionifO.Miiwkeet eit.Patipra. 12U CuIoko, Bt. P., M. feOmans M . Cleveland, U. C. & bt. Louis ' Col., Hooking VaUey tt Xoledo.. 18 Consolidated (las lit Delaware a .Hudson Canal II, H Delaware, Lack. & Western 1111 X Denver . Klolirande pfd M; Dis. Cattle JiWJlng Co 10 beneval tilectrlo Co o't' Lilnols Central , itt luiwduore a Mloattfua So. Wi Lakeiirie a Western.. 18 lafceHne Western pfd 78 Louisville 4 Nasuvllle W Louiauiue ft NewAluauy 1 LouliWIleA New Albany pfd. .. 21 LaoeOe (las 21 Missouri. Kansas a Texas: J4 W Miaaouri. Kansas & Texas Did... SSHj Mannattan HUevated M Missouri iaollto 'M Mew York & New Haven 192 N.T. N. U.. 3d paid MJg Mew York Uentrai iludoon.... 100 N. Y Chicago H l, juia V& M. Y.,LakeSrie4 Western U M. Y Lane Brie Ac Western ptd. 28 M.Y.Ontario Weatero Mtf jNoituik iv estoni piu io SI 6 North American Co.. Mortbei-fi faclrlo Nortuern Paolno Dtd... m National Lead Uo National lyBad Co. pfd.... PaoinoMuii 8.S. Co Peoria, Deoatur & UvanavlUe... Vnim. i; iteuJluir Votlnir Cta.... 10 ,hs 1-uiimanfaiace Car Co.... 158 1UU 18 17 Uioti. & vv . r . 1. tr.. otii Inst. D o. 17 K HiiveriluUion Cert's TeuueBseeOoal Iron U '1-eniieBiiecOoal a irou DfxL... .. Texas Jit Paolno... 10 10X lax Tol.,Anu Arbors Horttt Mioa.. Union iaoltlo. Union Paoitlo. Denver A Quit.... W 0 .1H Wabash 1ft Wabash pfd IS Western Union Teloirraph WheeUnf ike Erie 11M WneeunK a Lake Krle ptd Ut& Wisconsin Central i Adams Express 12 American Kxpress llltf United States Express 4U Wells-Fariro Express lie U. B.UuDDer 2!4 U.B. ttubber pfd.... Wii IfiV 12 11 48 115 u4 to m U.S. uoraage vo U.S. Cordage Co., pfd.. ... BavBtatvOas..... j '; Pitts., Cln.,Onl. Si St. Louis..... Boutpern Hallway... Southern Hallway pfd 13 i1 3H mi s j,i 44 OoverDiment Bonds. Following are tn quotations for United States hoods at the call to-day: Ext.ts, reg..i M 4s,re.,lwT 115H(1116 t8.ooup.,lfl' , WiilSllti New6s,reg.,1904 1191312.) Neva,ooap 1004, IIOUJO Carrency6s.l896... 101 ( - Currencys, 18B0..,. 105 Currency 6s, 1807 . log Currenoy 6a, Ists. .... .......... Ill & Currency 6s, 1808 lit NEW HAVEN LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished dally by KimsbAlt, Boot ft DAT, Bankers and Brokers.133 Oranjrestroet. ' ' SANK STOCKS. . - Par Bid Asked atyBank...................... tlOO la Mew Haven County National Bank M Blf - Meonanios' Bank ....... ..i.M : 88 4iH Merchants' National "Bank.... GO 46 47 Uuvpn NnMnaalBank... ISO 167 ' Tradesmen'sNational Bank.. 100 188 geeond National Bank..... 100 167 xalenationainaua. iw m aAiuteADasoOKs. Par Bid Asked Iiivi L mofitraL... 100 mu n!,nin,T ANorwalkH.lt. On. SO M Detroit. Hillsdale ft S. W.. ... JOO fB M Hoosatomo K. K. Vo,... ..i... an 18 KsusckB..Oo......100 Mt TSew Haven ft Derby B.R. Co. 100 . Hit New Haven ft Northampton, lot 83 Srr.Iw. h. h. b. h. ooT... 100 m m BhcrelilBe&B W 170,. WSCMJiiMOOS STOCKS, ' Par Bid Asked U tTavnn OasLlsht Co.. . 85 m . ej M 100 101 New Haven Water Co...-.., Peak. Stow ft WUoox Becurltj iMtusnoe 0.. Omrift.lk On wx mi : U 1 i . ewikana-aheaft Pet...... 100 48 Erie 101 mi N.Y.ftN. 00 87 .' Southern N.B 100 . 78 P.S. Rubber prererred. par . 100 , , aAOJWAD BOSDS. . v " -. '.:"' v. - Due Bid Asked a-tt r'l t fia. . 19M lot Rolyoke Westjeld, 1st s... MU 100 afoaaacmlaOorisolsss.vA..i. MS7 1MV New Haven ft Derby As...... 1818 liijf NewBAven Derby w&X) OS New Haven ft Derby Ss .... 1900 lot Sew Haven ft N. 7s. .... 189 IBM Maw avsn-a a. m. uia...... inw imif SL . H. H.OoMoJa WS U8 H, SI. Ut OS VU UH! Hew Iiondon Northern 1st is. ja Ul, 10T 111 KM US UO Jinx M IWSLbASSOOS BOtfD. Diie Bid Asked EMi.w.tVji. pw$-sa -r ow Haven Otr7a .....fall llflW ew Haven City 9s 177 joo ew Haven Mty 4a, ewerate WI4 US --w arm wij a Da, UMI m HttVMI TVtwn lu, 1 pew Haven Town P. f. Issue l(n New Haven (to hoot 4s.,' iwit U lillU 11)10 M . n. k. lolruaonot. owinauo.w... m BHUUt AND CU1YIPANK, BROKERS, St BROADWAY, HEW TORE. STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN, COTTON, PROVISIONS. To keep potted joa nhonld havsonr Dallr Uarket term-, KknawMgnl by all readeni to iw oi at tat bast laeucd. pwaplanauiryPuipalelcoiiuuwniucbiraluthle Inrormatlan Mortmrj to luce eat In SpecuUUou, ALL SENT FREE OR REQUEST. Special Atteitloi GirHtoDlMaairOriler. Spartan mipltatmt nmtfor auttmurt. XMMr-S!OX!.n VAROntSITOS PIBCIST. n8 TuThRa 5m BAHKEBS JLSU BKUHvBAO, No. 48 Broadway, New York, AND iS Center Stmt, New Haven. Members N. T. Stock Exetuusre, Prodnoe Bx OMDsesaa cuiosso staara oc xrade, O. B. BOLHKR, Manager New Uavso lirenoa. All Claates of RaDwav Stoeka and Bondi aviso Grain, ProvUlons and Wtxoa, staagat suid avM MMiuataaUNb Connected by Private Wire with NewTork, Boston and Oalosao. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. SECURITIES FOR SALE WshsN. Yn N. H. ft H. RO. Oo. to sbs United New Jersey SB., euaranteed 10 per cent, br Penn. KU. Oo. f shs Chi. Juno, ft Stock Tarda prat. AOshs " " " common. 40 shs New Haven Water Oo. 10 shs Boston Elpctno Llirht Oo. tOshsMerldcn Britannia Co, SO shs Peck, Stow ft WUoox Co. SO shs Minn Fire Insurance Co. 5,000 N. Y, N. a ft H. fiB. debenture 4's. KIMBERLY, BOOT & DAT. National Tradesmen's Bank, Draws Bills of Exchange OS Alliance Bank (Limited), London, iwiuuiai nana ox lreuwa, lraoiia, ' Union Bank of Scotland, Credit Lyonnals, Paris, ' And on all the Principal Cities of fiurope. asuea Circular Letters of Credit Available iiiroug-iMmi Jfiorope. GEO. A. BTJTLER, President. WM. T. FIELDS, Cashier. T7T!T?TliTT.VT! Mr Cif Bankers and Brokers. Dealers fai Invrstment Securities. 16 and 18 NASSAU STREET, Nosxr Yorlt Olty, COMMISSION BUSINESS. We oiler our Services to the publio to buy nd sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, eto., on commissi nn. Our experience and extensive acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well. Business so licited. s BespecttuUy, - W. & B. FOOTE, ap30tf 490 State Street. nrrf BUBGLABY, FIRE, Ulll FORGERIES, BZ HIEING A SAFE IN TUB VAULT OF Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe, from PIVB to SIXTY DOLLARS. Absolute Security for Bonds. Stocks, Wills, Bullion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones, and all evidences of values. Aoooss to vault through the banking- room of tho MB. CHANIC8' BANK, . 7JJCHUBCH.COR. CKXTBB STREET. Coupon rooais for convenience of patrons All persons interested are cordially invited to Dspeet the company's premises. Open from lis, m. to on. m. Thosub B. TBOWBaroaa, President, ' O ix van 8, Whits, Vice President, Ghas. H. Tbowbbtoqb, Boo. andTreas. SECURITIES FOR SALE. BO shs TJ. S. Rubber pfd stook. GO shs Adams Express stock. ' 80 shs Amerloan Bank Note Co. stook. 10 shs Boston Kleotrio Lbrhtstosk. a 2 shs Naugatuok BK. stock. ' 10 shs N. Y N. B. ft H. BB. stook. 2S shs Tt. T. ft New Jersey Tel. stook. 20 aha N. f. Lack, ft West. 5 p.e. gtd. stook. 2,000 N. T., N. H. ft H. BR. 1st mort. 4s 1903. S2.600 Middlesex Banklnar Co. On.at. bonds of 1897. 1LB.NETTTON &C0? Bankers aqd Brokers, se OEANoa street. BOOKS AND ACCOUNTS Of any bind examined, and prompt reports tnereon. BheeU and Profit and Lois ' . - Accoants prepared. F.W.SHRLITTO, Professional Acoountent, Booaa4S,oaley ttnildlny, slly . .. Hew Haven ' ;':' I. T7. ROBINSON. ARCHITECTS . 1. semored so 4 New Utninn Nantisra 1st Is. 1010 N. Y.N. K.Uls UUS H.Y.aN.g.Ut IMS N. T.N, (LMDS IiH i- Jov. Uo" 7a livsl I.- YM Fmf, DiMion 4s IMS West Uaven 11. H. K. as...... UU Pninftwhitalr AAAUUUU II1ULU1I No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. utertaturacuts. HYPERION THEATER. . Friday, Saturday, Nor. t, 10, Mnilnea Sanirilav, JAMES A. HfiRNE, And ths orlglmU New York ooiu(auy, In bM suweasful play, SHORE ACRES. Prlee-4J1.00,75o, M s of seals opens Wed. Btwluy. nOW HYPERION THEATER. Monday Kvunliig;, N.v. U, Engagement of Mrs.LANaTIlT, Ami bur HeiMit Oiiujaiiy of I'luyuia, lu ' . beraiKvotiruliiUy, A WIPF'fi DCfoll it Pjsa tlM, i 1.00; sale of wuU uo'w opes. HYPERION THEATER. GRAND CONCERT IIV THE New York Ladies' Quartette, Tuesday Kvenlns;, Nov. 13. n7 TburUy, Prlday, Sat unlay. Nor. 8, , 10, Matinee Haturday, Groo. w . Mouroo In tho lauirliablo auroras, "My Aunt Bridget." Alico Hanson's Dancing; and Hinging- PICKANINNIES. Monday, Tuesday, Wcdnos lay, next week, TOST IN EGYPT." - w w- v sj 1 I gssj a s n A Ttri T mr i mini VVIIA WILE, I Til u aiififp , .....vim, V B And A tirm at! finll ulll 8INQEK OF MAliSA Open from 1:30 to 6uWau4I to It Admission 10 cents. CHRYSANTHEMUM EXHIBITIOU". Second Regiment Armory MEADOW STREET, Thursday, Nov. 8, and Friday, Nov. 9, From 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. Admission 25 cents. Children, Friday Afternoon, 10c. Muslo afternoon and evening. n8 St EUROPE AND THE LEVANT, MR5- ft CROSLEV. recently of Spring. . ."cW. Mass., now of 7 Putnam avenue. ... x wm uunuuoc anot or Select Party this winter to the Azores, Egypt, the Holy Land, the Mediterranean tsca woi? Southern Europe Paris and Tendon, sailing: from New York January J, 1895, on the niaa n tloent and fast express steamer "Norman. ;For particulars wddross as above. o29mta8t California Excursions VIA Southern Pacific Co. LOWEST RATES. CHINA and JAPAN. ' Call on or ftddrfyw ' ' E. E. CURRIER, N. E. Agent, 169 Devonshire at,, Boston, Mass. sia eodflm Hotel Monopole, (European Plan.) 14. anrl Ifi Ckurok CAFE and Ladles' Restaurant connected with hotel. !-HOT LUNCHserved la Cafe. lelfl IMPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATION. aumo uunnv tne dull summer montus have made . . MOSUI.EV8 HEW HA VHN HOUSH nn.iiijnurg wiuturutuie toan ever rorDOta permanent or transient guests. Traveling- men are shown especial attention. Fall M Fiir Mm 1132 Chapel Street, Second door above York street. A large, handsome and varied assort ment of Millinery Trimmings. Special styles in Felt Hats. Artistically Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, Mourning Bonnets and Hats a specialty. Miss A. V. Byrnes 1182 CHAPEL STREET, Second door above York street. SHAREHOLDERS AND Bondholders Should Inform themselves of the oondition ot the investments they hold in any corporation, railroad or Industrial, snd also- of the best stocks to make money In. by sending t or our "800-PAGE MANUAL." illustrated with rail road maps, &c, and giving- highest and lowest nrices for ten years of Stooka, Bonds; Cotton and Grain. . ISSUEU tlxlAxia AINU MAJLLiUU fKBU. STOCKS. BONDS. GUAIK. bought and sold for cash or on a 3 to 6 pes cent, margin. - - Private wires to Boston ana cnicagn. TH5TERMINING THE BHSPONSIBILITr" ; OIT TMK FIRM TOIT DEAL WITH ISASIM. POR i ANT AS SELECTING THE RIGHT STOCKS. Twenty years' eiperienoe and a ell. entele the largest of any house in New York, NATIONAL BANK HEFERrNCE fdrnlshed. HA1UHT & FKUESIS, . OFFICES i Bankers Brokers, S3 Broadway, IT. T. oflM&Slm . . ' . -. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED VABNHA3I. f : , " - Prloes Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed, firdfvaleftai . BRADLEY A DANN'8,406 Slats Street, ' KOB'T. VEITCH SON'S, 914 Chapel Street, ' LmSLBY. ROOT a CO.'S. 33 Broad war." Will reoeive prompt attendoa. f.k.Add(SSI Box 85a. Telephone -u). . ... ROBINSON & FISHER, k Patents uid Patent Causes, Ofilces, ;W Qauek Strtjet. f r I 4