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NEW IIAVEN MORNING JOURNAL4 ATfo COURIER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1G 1894.
THE ORPHANS REMEMBERED (Continued from Sixth Tug:) pall; Schf.de Pohlman, ham, buih, apple, I brooms; Chat, F.'WUiert, dot. pkgi. pancake (lour, 40 eana condensed milk: H. C Booth, ham; C. Richards, ack Dour: Wm, Hall, backet applet C. Klpp. bush, potatoes, dot. cabbages, pigs head; A. A. Elsele, cans pineap ple, 10 cam baked beans; ej. Kascne, 14 dot. cabbage, broom; Mrs. is. u. Mor ris, 6 pre. stockings; C. C. Sherman, basket grapes; John H. Tillman, bush, potatoes. Collected by F. M. Lloyd: William Fleming, $10; J. A. Church, $3 R. C. Bright, 12; M. H. MoQulre. F. and II. Pureed, L. I Camp, A. R. Lelghton, Friend, each $1; Friend, O. B. Miller, C, K. Olesen, each 60 cents; Friend 25 cents. Total $21 The Humlston Preservative Co., box preservative; F. S. Hlne, 2 bags flour; M. B. Cassell, 7 prs. mittens; J. F. Dwy er, bag flour, eta; J. C. Donavan, flsh Friend, package; A. R. Lelghton, pkg. soap; F. Reiser, bag flour; Hotchklss & Tuttle, bush, sweet potatoes; Q. M, "Window, $1 worth of bread; Lederer & Wolf, box soap. Collected by A. C. Benedict: Employes Winchester Repeating Arm Co., $272.50. Collected by J. T. Benham: Curtlss & Pierpont, $10; J. W. Welch, $2; Beecher ft Bennett, Hermann Hag' ensteln, Charles L. Clark, F. C. Candee, R. E. Magill, C. D. Baldwin, each $1, Friend, 25 cents. Total , $18.25 ' Burton Dlckerman, ice for one year from October 18, 1894; J. T. Benham, bbl. rolled oats, bag bolted meal; C. F. Tut tle, bbL flour; Mrs. J. Llddall, LinBley, Root & Co., M. Kleiner, mdse., each; R. Washburn, candy; R. S. Pagter, box caps; H. E. Smith, ham; Brazos & Hulse, 4 brooms; Allyn Bros., ham, bag flour: P. Bonnette Schurman. 2 boxes soap; T. W. Corbett, tin ware; L. Ham' mond, box cigars; N. J. Beers, doz. toilet soap. pkg. glycerine; M. T. Clark, bas ket dpughnuts; L. L. Gilbert, cakes; R. A. Benham, pkg shoes, stockings; Wei llngton Ure, C. F. Clark, bag flour, each Paul Jetite & Bro., bush, turnips, bush, sweet potatoes, bush, apples, 21 lbs, beef, ham; Doollttle Bros., order for 10 lbs fish; Hayes & Crittenden, 2 bags flour. Collected by A. H. Jackson: Brockett & Tuttle Co., $5; employes of the Edgewood Co., $3; H. Staebel, $1; Mrs. J. P. Smith, Cash, each 25 cents, Total $9.50 Bentley & Betz, doz. cans tomatoes W. W. Johnson, bag flour; Thomas Smith, pkg stove polish, 2 boxes soap powder; J. Schanzenbach, box spices Coffee Kitchen Co., lb tea. Collected by James E. Howland: Mrs. E. H, Sperry, $10; 3 Cash, each $1 3 Cash, Friend, each 50 cents; 5 Cash., eacn 25 cents; casa 10 cents. Total . . $16.35 Friend bush, potatoes, box soap; Miss Adams, mdse.; Mrs. T, C. Stearns, pail, Collected 'by A. H. Sizer; v The M'Sewatdfe Son Co.; J10: J. Kel. ley. (Bpolsbift,-J. gcr. O. Lauth. John Dwver. M. Traced, eaoh SI: Theodorift 'Steeper, T. -Donnelly, Peter jyncn, eacn w cents; m. Kircnoff, 26 cents; Mr. Bordenbaum, 20 cents. Total $17.95 Frank McGarry, bbl. apples; Boeklng Bros., bbl-cake; Frank M. Geiger, T. Malloy, bag flour, each; 107 Ashmun street, 2 boxes oatmeal; Adam Wagner, pail, mdse; Mrs. Kohn, 4 pairs stock !ngs; S. W. Earle, box canned goods. Collection District "E," M. Sonnenberg, chairman. Collected by V. F. Mc Neil and Roger 3. Baldwin. Henry W. Farnam, Mrs. Henry Far nam, each $50; Mrs. Henry L. Hotch klss, Mrs. O. F. Winchester, each $25 Henry F. English, Mrs. F. B. Dexter, Justus S. Hotchklss, each. $20; Mrs. Geqrge B, Farnam, $15; Mrs. J. B. Sar gent, Miss Hillhouse, T. Ketcham, Gov ernor Morris, each $10; Mrs. D. C. Col lins, Mrs. E. S. Wheeler, Mrs. M. T. Grldley, Prof. Daniel C. Eaton, Mrs. W. W. Boardman, Mrs. Godfrey Duns- combe, Miss Julia Twining, Miss Eliza K. Twining, Mrs. E. H. English, Mrs. J. M. DavieS, Mrs. Irving Fisher, 2 Cash, Mrs. James Hadley, each $5; Clarence pemlng, $3; Miss M. D. Porter, Mrs, William L. Kingsley, Mrs. M. P. Wade, Cash, each $2; E. S Eaton, Mrs. C. W, Palmer, Mrs. A. H. Palmer, S. L. Per- . rin, Dorothea M. Dexter, Mrs. S. M. Cacthcart, Mrs. L. P. Thompson, Mrs. C. T. Collins,. Mrs. C. E. Graves, Mrs. S, L. Cady, each $1; the Cloister, Friend, each 25 cents. Total...., $366.60 Collected ty John Matthewman and H, T. Peck: S. H. Barnura, Mrs. D. Duer (N. L. N.), W. E. Downes, each $10; employes at N. H. Manufacturing Co., $5.60; Mrs. F. Wayland Fellowes.Mrs. Thomas Welles, Frank P. Clark, Mrs. W. X Trowbridge. E. P. Trowbridge, Mrs. John C. Eng lish, each $5; the Misses Bradley, em ployes. S. H. Barnum, each $3; Mrs. Sarah Bolles Bradley, $2; Nelson W. Twlss, Miss E. Hills, Cash, -each $1; Cash, 25 cents. .Total ...$70.75 Collected by Milton Weil & H. C. Bretz- felder: . : Mrs. e; S. Greeley, J. L. Ensign, Prof. Brush, Mrs. T Attwater Barnes, each $5; Mrs. E. L. Clark, Mrs. H. Bretzfelder, each $3; Mrs. Banks, 32 Trumbull street, M. M. Weed, Mrs. C. L. Weil, Mrs. L. P. Well, John B. Judge, P. Fleming, Miss Jennie Greeley, Mrs. Loper, Mrs. S. W. Barnum, Rev. Mr. .Means, 2 Cash, each $1; Mrs. Troup,' Mrs, Smith, Dr. Marvin Smith, Mrs. Thomas Cooke, Mrs. Mc Ginn, 6 Cash, Charlie Sing, jach 60 cents; Cash 30 cents; 3 Cash, 23 cents each; Cash 10 cents.,-1 . : - Total ; .' ... . . .v. ; ...... . ... .V. : ..$46.66 Collected by A. McC. Matthewson and C. E. Cornwall: ;, Henry 6. 'Rowe,' $26; Employes Dia mond Match Co., $13.75; The McLagon Potfnary CbT, A"fidr&w B. Hendryx, each $10; Mrs. E. Douglass Smith, Watson V. Coe, W. J. Trowbridge, Edward F. Meri rill, Mrs. A. McC. ,Matthewson, Philip Hugo, A.' W.- CeForest; Edward Rey nolds, Mrs. Timothy Lester, each- $5; Rev., Dr. Philips,. Mrs. L. E. Osborn, Mrs. Comstockv Mrs. G. Dv Gower, Mrs, C. H. Piatt, Cash, Mrs. Hotchkisa, Mrs. E. A. Anketeli, C' K. Billings, each $2; Mrs. TV W.; T. qurtlss. Miss Prudden, Mrs. Frank Sperry", jJlrs. A. B, Morrill, Miss Sheridan; Miss A. C. Andrews, E. A. Sperry, Un. 3. H. Niemeyer, Miss F. X Baldwin, Prof. Jules Luqulens,-. Cash, HUM S. B. Daggett, Mrs. E. L. Curtis. E. B. Cornell, Mrs. Wler, Mrs, John son, Mrs, C. P. Clark, Miss Wylta, E. A. Dltmara, Mrs. Wm. A, Beckley, Mrs. George A. Matthews, Mrs. B. Brewer, J. W. Hllnn, each $1; Friend, Cash, each (0 cents; Mrs, Mayer, Cash,' each 25 cents. ' Total 1X46.25 Collected by Charles F. Conn and Harry Leigh: The Forsyth D. L. B. Co., and em ployes, $23.70; John Adt, $10; & a Shon Inger, Hygela Ice Co., each $5; W. F. Gil lette, Wm. Gleeson, H. M. Bishop, each $2; James Kane, T. C Trefry, II. Arm bruster, Edmund Zernlts, G. Stelzle, M. R. Foster, Robert Daley, O. Hotmer, L. J. Coffee, J. H. Haydon, A. Beebe, H. J. Stanze, Cash, each $1; A. Schwer man, J. Kunde, T. Cahlll, Wm. Geary, A. Wahl, J. K. Carney,, each 50 cents; C. Llckensteln, J. Sullivan, H. Flehn, J. J. Hogan, L, Obrasky, 3 Cash, each 25 cents; 2 Cash, each 10 cents. Total $66.90 Adam Sattlg, Dennis Dwyer, ham, each; M. Hessler, bread and cake; G. J. Burt, 2 pkgs. oats.McGovern Bros., Mrs. M. A. Conlan, dry goods, each; G. F, Gerner, 12 pkgs. starch; Gibbons Bros., bag flour; Enterprise Tea Co., pkg tea; C. F. Bastlan, V, lamb; H. H. Blake, 6 lbs beef; J. W. Merrels, fruit; W. A. Bronson, nursing bottles, soap: F. A. Schaefer, corned beef; J. IL Farcells, cakes; Harry Leigh, bbl sweet potatoes; Charles F. Conn, Commodore Richard Peck, bl flour each; Richard Peck, Jr., coffee ($5); R. Schmidt, 2 bags flour; the Mallory Baking Co., 10 loaves bread; T. F. Maker, bottle whiskey; P. Len droth, shoes; Mrs. A. Schmahl, 3 hats, tin pan; Corner State and East street, box stockings. Collection District' 'F," Loren H. Stan nard, chairman. Collected by E. J. Atwater, F. A. Beckley, J. E. Kll lam, G. H. Osborn and F. E. Win chell. Hobart B. Ives & Co., $25; employes N. H. Clock Co., $20; employes Reynolds ft Co., $16.25; Wm. Atwater, $16; Mrs. a McKenna, the G. F. Warnar M'fg. Co., Mrs. A. B. Fuller, F. A. Betts, the W. A. Beckley Co., Rev. John Russell, Austin Mansfield & Son, each $5; Clerkln ft McDonald, $3; J. R. Barlow, $2.50; G. M. Griswold, Walter J. Connor, Louts A. Babcock, Capt Wm. O'Keefe, J. A. Fogarty, A. E. Ives, C. H. Dyer, E, Boyhan, P. J. Kelly & Co., Mrs. M. A. Osborn, each $2; employes G. M. Oris wold, $1.25; Mr. Hill, J. A. Peckham, M, Clark, Capt, T. F. Dunn, T. F. Ahern & Co., J. T. Eagany, Thos. Collins, Mrs. L. H. Rochefort, Miss Leek, Mrs. Louis Mansfield, Mr. Vanderbllt, John Hogan, F. Hettlch, Thos. Kilbride, Michael Doo lan, M. P. Keegan, J. J. Reynolds, R. M. Sheridan, T. F. Scully, M. J. Welch, Mrs. F. 1m Bostwlck, Mrs. M. E. Osborn A. C, Klenke. D. McAllln, P. McCabe, Cash, each $1; Mr. Russell, Mr. Cope- land, Mr. Barlow, C. D. Holt. A. Ochs ner, L. P. Sperry, George Ingoldsby, George Coe, N. Stein, J. J. Mullen, G. W, Gundaker, Mr. Nolan, Patrick Hlgglns, Thos. Heaney, A. Langello. Mrs. Rey nolds, 2 Friends,. Cash, each 50 cents John Welch, P. Newman, Chaa Smith Mrs. Chas. Smith, Wm. Schnoll, Moss Gomperts, Jos.- Jiambrocono, Martin Hugnes, John Miller, Mrs Koth. Friend 3 Cash, each 25 cents; Friend, Cash, each 15 cents; H. Berg, Chas. Olougha, cash, each 10 cents; Friend, 5 cents. Total i.. ..$177.65 H. D. Clark" & Co., ton coal; W. J, Atwater & Co., stationery; John J. Buckley, Wm. Tansey, ham, each; Mrs. Fahey, M. Hickey, Mrs. Hayes. C. H. Berghoefer, bread, each; D. Pore, P. uosteno, wm. Maley, bag flour each; N, m. Flsner, stockings, . handkerchiefs Mrs. Kate Hogan, notions; S. E. Dibble, H. Horrmeister, tin ware each; M. Cun, nlngham, bbl bread; H. S. Fisher, cloth ing, hats; N. Kreutler & Sons, 6 caps a.. Hcnwagerman, soap, etc.; Wm. Cos tello, shoulders; Mrs. Edward Brown. w. T. Frost, tea, etc., each: J. McHueh R. Zeidler, groceries each; R G. Davis, John Fitzgerald, flour each; Mrs. Wil son, 2 chairs; Friend, mdse.; M. BerKln, L. F. Daggett, canned goods each: Wm. C. Jesaup, spare rib; John Spiers, ousn. apples;'!', j. Shanley & Co., quilts, etc.; A. Hlrsch, McCarthy Bros.. L. Rothschild & Bro., hats each; New Ha ven wooa Yard, wood; F. W. Babcock & Co., oil; R. GInzberg, Wm. Jacobson, candy each; Thos Murray, John Uhl, shoes teach; A. Sachs, dry goods; J. Cohn, cigars; Mrs. J. L, Foley & Co.. aDDles: A. Mccullough.James Cassidy, tea, each Mrs. Harrlgan, beans, balogna: Dor- man & Co., flsh; A. K. Brown, canned meats;' J. J. Shanley, canned peas; J. Arnold, pictures; S. Z. Field, basket grapes; Graff & McKay, ham; A. Kol- terman, bread; George Root & Son. bread, cake; Mr. McVeigh, coal selves Mrs. Halpln, soap; Thos. Collins, bag flour; M. Hessler, bread; E. Scheuer & Son, cotton cloth, stockings. uouectea ty u. n. ciark and F. D. Munson: - .. Employes the J. Gibb Smith & Co.. $26.50; English & Holt, the DeForest & Hotchklss Co., the George M. Grant Co., eacn u. u. jsjnney, Halsted & Har- mount, H. D. Munsori, X W. Kinney D. H. Clark, Henry Chatfleld, J. E. Todd, J. N. Leonard, the Morean & Humlston Co,, E. A. Beckley MeVll- iiams ee Arinur, eacn w, HubbeR, Mer- wm m., j. u. mcyueen, b. P.. Brett, eucu ii uuwyer. J. jj. HMrtrath r W. Clark & Son, Isaac Smith', E.' L Hine, each $1; C. M. Manning 50 cents. AUl" ....$123.00 Collected by 'R. E. Hofer: ' ' Employes Sargent & Co.. 121 !s Collected by S. D. Betts. Strong, Barnes, Hart & Co.. 9K- to,. Farren Bros. Co., JameB Graham & w, epencer Matthews & Co.. h $10; F. D. Grave, Booth & Law, The Hoggson & Pettis Mfg. qo,, E. Staa- nara -et Hon, le & Hoyt. each b- t A." McCaJtrey. $2;' Geo. Thorn, Frank Altman, ; W. P, Gardner, , W. Smith, Wm. F. Radon, C. E. Thompson & Co., Wm. Roeltgen,' Cash, each $1; H. BuohT ter. A. 8. Fenn, each 60 cents; Mrs. l Frank, M. H. Alderman, each 26 cents. xoiai. ..-i... ....... ,4... .$91.50 New Haye.n, Union receipted bUls for a year;. New Haven Beef Gtt.; c. c. Andrew ; a lamb each; Long Wharf Flsh Co.,, mdse.; L, R. Hemingway, ft Co., soap; Jacob Brochart, lamb; C. E.' Minor, jgrrocerles. Collected by.S. D. Read. H. F. Parmelee, $10; H. A. Warner. D. W. Blakeslee, Tale Safe ft Iron Co.. Mrs E. F. Sanford, each $5; Mrs. Goodrich, ' i; Jacob Stelnmale-r, Mr. Aal, J. B. Beecheiy Frank Meyer, each $1: B. Everttj Read, Thos. Mojlloyi Sailors' Home, 'P. C, Beardsley, Mrs, iters, 8 Friends, Cash, each 60 cents; Friend. 35 cents; F, Wagner, f Friends, each 25 cents." -J ?t x t . - ( XOtai...,,.i,,.r.., ,....$44.10 Bray ft Crotto, leg lamb; J. V. Rat tlesdorfer, ham; Otto Dletter, bag flour; H. H. Peck ft Son, H. Willadeon, mdse. each; Roeenbluth, ft Koon, I boxes macaroni; Mrs. J. o. Preston, basket pears; a Cowlet ft Co., bbl. flour. Collected by S. H. Dawson, S. a Ovl att. H. A. Warner and J. a Man- vllle. Peck Bros, ft Co., $50; employee Peck Bros, ft Co., $36.75; employee Mallory, Wheeler ft Co., $32.85; employee The National Folding Box ft Paper Co., factory No. 2. $28; The William Scholl horrn Co. and employes, $27.(6; The New Haven Carriage Co. and employee 127.65; Healy ft Blgelow, W. ft E. T. Fitch, each $25; employes B. Shonlnger ft Co., $18.06; The Mallory Wheeler Co., $16; employee Boston Buckboard ft Carriage Co., $11.25; a Shonlnger ft Co., M. Armstrong ft Co., HV B. Dem arest, New Haven Steamboat Co., Kean ft Lines, a Manvllle ft Co., G. B. Martin, O. B. North ft Co., The H. W. Storr Lumber Co., each $5; em ployes O. a North ft Co., $4.50; The Dann Bros, ft Co., Friend, American Corset Works, Wm. Kaebrle, each $3; L. A. Grannies, E. Klenke, Gllhuly ft Bohan, Frank H. Elson, 2 Cash, each $2; J. Sonlelter, Wm. McGarrall, Ed ward Ford, C. Klernan, P. Rowley, J. H. Shanley, Mark McMullen, C. F. Evarts, B. Schubert, 2 Cash, each $1; W. P. Schwenk, J. Cornelius, H. Pleper, Louis Sommer, J. J. Goggln, Joseph Hugo, J. a Reynolds, J. J. Murphy, E. F. McPartland, Cash, each 50 cents; A. W. Werle, Cash, each 25 cents. Total $387.10 L. Candee & Co., box rubber boots and shoes; Graff & McKay, ham; Her man Seedorf, 10 loaves bread; P. J. GalKgan, bag flour; Joseph Molloy, 2 lbs. tea; W. J. O'Keefe, bag flour, 6 bars soap; Peter Bornhold, H. H. Olds & Co., bbl. flour each; John T. Doyle & Co., doz. Bo-Kas-Ka. Collection District "G," Luzerne Lud ington, chairman. Collected by Lu zerne Ludington: Quinniplac Brewing Co., $25; employes Qulnnlplac Brewing Co., $22.75; the Blgelow Co., $20; W. A. Warner, James S. Hemingway, each $10; C. D. Par melee, Dr. E. K. Roberts, George M. Baldwin, Lancroft Bros., each $5; J. L. Demlng, A. L. Chamberlain, E. Wood ward, F. J. Mansfield, Mrs. J. H. Wood house, Albert Rowe, each $2; G. W. Linsley, L. P. Mallory, C. E. Bray, 8. Russell, Wlllet Hemingway, H. M. Shannon, H. A. Stevens, L. Ludington, H. Konold, Michael Donohue, W. H. Hull, Patrick Welch, each $1; J. Dixon, Mrs. F. W. Prescott, each 60 cents; J. Frledel, Frank Bradley, F. Martin, Burt Barklow, each 25 cents. Total 1133.75 L. S. Rowe & Co., Alvin Ames, A. B. Barnes, gal. oysters each; B. S. Bradley, ham; D. M. Welch & Son, bag flour' John Parker, Eastman & Co., bread each; R. Fansett, bakl( powder; Mrs. Lucius Rowe, package. Collected by W. C. DeF. Dickinson; J. J. Shanahan, Friend, each 60 otnia Total jx L. Strickland, lb. tea"; J. T. Hillhouse, box plasters; Elsie Tice, 2 boctUs blu ing, pkg perfection pudding, baking Sowder, condensed .milk, tomatoes, 2 ars soap; Friend, Quaker oats; Hunt & Hlgglns, doz. socks, doe. stockings, 3 aprons; .mrs. Buchman, 3 lbs. candy; James Foley, "Harper's'Weekly"; New naven i-rovision Co., pkg. farina, pkg. flakes, doz. soap; Frank E. Hall, bbl. crackers; Henry Bald, Edgar A. John son, sack flour each; Pollard & Zwlng man, ham; E. C. Wruck, 3 loaves bread. Collected by John A. Hull. ; The Lavigue & Scott Mfg. Co. and employes, $7.76; employes the National Pipe Binding Co., $7; H. J. Finnegan, $1; Chas. A. Kraus, D. H. Deane, Mrs. Kelly, J. J. Dolan, each 50 cents; ThoB. Laden, John Falsey, Mrs. Burke, each 25 cents; J. Mignone, 16 cents; R. Pas tori, Mr. Canoby, Friend, each 10 cts.T Total $18.95 G. W. Mallory, M. Hemingway, gal. oyBters each; Samuel L- Brown, gro ceries: Willis Hemingwajy, piece calloo; O. A. Rose, 2 lbs. tea; J. C. Eastman & Co., cake; Booth Meat Co., bush. turnips; T. G. W. Jefferson & Son, oil can, brush, sieve; N. S. Johnson, por celain lined kettle; F. A. Bassermann & Co., bush, turnips, bush, potatoes, ham: E: B. Rowe, order for bbl. po tatoes; A. DeMaltby, 9 prs. rubbers, 4 prs. shoes, 24 prs. shoe-strings, 12 but ton hooks; R. Hanrahan, bag flour; J. M. Keane, 7 lbs. tea; Mrs. H. Kean, 5 prs. stockings; S. M. Munson ft Co., 2 bbls. flour; T. W. Cartwright, bacon; Conrad Hein, 2 doz. washing powder. Collected by Wilbur J. Peck. J. H. Spltiler. $3; Glllern A Qulnn, S, L. Salisbury, J. F. Brennan, H. G. Shepard & Sons, C. H. Conway, each $2; J. Frahllch, P. J. Rogers, John Gib bons, Wm. Kllloy, M. M. Eagan, each $1; E. Healy, 6 Cash, each 60 cents; 4 Cash, each 25 cents; Cash 10 cents. Total ...$22.60 J. E. Thompson, A. E. Hamilton, Wm. H. Potter, S. C Burwell, gal, oysters each; H. H. Franklin, tobacco A. H. Forbes, 2 dippers, coffee pot. 4 plates; E. T. Sanford, Weber Bros.; 4 bags flour each; L, L. Adler, dosi caps; I. S. Potter, M. P. Tuttle, E. E, Ball, bush, oysters each: Philip May. rand, bag flour; A. E. Goodsell, 3 cakes soap; Francis Bros., bag flour, bush, apples; W. S. & E. H. Rowe, clock; A. B. Hunt, bush, potatoes; F. Collett, lb. tea; D. Perlson, 2 lbs. candy; H. Trust, '4 loaves breaa. Collection District H, Charles H. Ward J- ell, Chairman; collected by C. H. Wardell, Frank Munn and Robert W. Veitch: , : ' " L. W. Beecher, $25; Caeh, $10; W. S. Beecher, C. H. Wardell, each $5; The Grelst Manufacturing' Co., Mies Mix; L. G. Hemingway," Mr. Mitchell, each T. Cullen, Mrs. Wlllard, 4 cash, each $1; Mr. Flaherty, ( cash, each 50 oeats) 3 cash, each 25 cents. Total ........ i. ............ . ittCMS. A. N. Farnham, large Quantity vege tables; M. E. Terrell, barrel flour; Murray Bros., Iron ' pall; Frederick Roth, shoes, slippers; Taylor & Marvin, Jared Warner, 2 bags flour each; James McGulre, box handkerchiefs; . C.' a Mansfield, leg lamb; J. H. Marsh,, box soap; McClure ft Son, 6 pairs shoes; Mrs. Norton, bushel apples, pumpkins) P. J. Welch, budhel oysters; B. Fitch, Robert Brenner, bushel potatoes each; H. Isbell, barrel older; Friend, jar Jelly; Warner & Miller, bag? flour; Cbauncey F. Reed, vegetables; Friend, barrel apples. . ": ;. -.--,- -j SUSAN J. IVES, Treasurer, ), Dean's RheumaHo Pills , absolutely our rhoumatlstn and nearalsia. Bnttrei vavsl ttble. Safe, . , r ' At TUB TMSB rVBLSO LIBH4ST. AaAimjr of Hew Hook Just Addd.Wbat - Tbr Are, The following new books at the free pubUo library were added November 15 Abbott, E A Concordance to the Works of Alexander Pope, 82153 D Ab bott, L., New Streams In Old Channels, 808A5; Aldrlch, T. B., Unguarded Gates and other poems; 8114 A3; Allen and Bachtleben, Across Asia on a Blcyole, 915 A6; Apthorp, W. F, Musicians and Muslo-Lovers, 7804A6; Atkinson, B. Suggestions Regarding the Cooking of Food, (41A9; Bevan, G. P., Handbook to the Industries of the British Isles and the United States, 670U5; Ullse, W, a, Side Glimpses from the Colonial Meeting House, 260B5; Bolton, & X., Famous Leaders Among Men, 920B2 Brooks, P., Essays and Addreases,8144 B20; Burroughs, J., Rlverby, 81441G Cary, E., George William Curtis, B094O Church, A. J., Stories from English His tory, 942016; Clement, C. E., Naples, the City of Parthenope, 914505; Com mons, J. R., Social Reform and the Church, 304C10; Cook, C, ed.. Art and Artists of Our Time, 3v., 750O5; Curry, J. L. M., The Southern States of the United States In Their Relations to the Constitution, 34273015; Davidson, H. A, Reference History of the United States, 973D10; Davidson, T., The Education of the Greek People and Its Influence on Civilization, 8709D; Dickson, W. K. L. and A., Life and Inventions of Edison, BEo4A; Dunning, A. E., Congregation- allsts in America, 2858D5; Ellis, E. S., Youth's History of the United States, 4v. In 2v., 975E10; Foster, M., and Shore, L. E., Physiology for Beginners, 612F10; Gould, 8. B., Kitty Alone, B23.16; Hag gard, H. R., The People of the Mist, H12.17; Hamilton, GaU (pa), Sklrmishe and Sketches, 8144H2; Harte, Bret, The Bell-Rlnger of Angel's and other stories, H266.20; Hlnton, R. J., John Brown and His Men, BB815C; Hofer, A., Child's Christ-Tales, 2329H7; Hope, A. (ps.), The Polly Dialogues, H772.4; Horace, Odes, trans, by W. E. Gladstone, 8745F Kimball, A. a, The Blue Ribbon (biog raphy of Thomas E. Murphy, his father and his brother), BM957A; Kirk, E. D The Story of Lawrence Garthe, K63.9 Lawless, E., Maelcho, a Sixteenth Cen tury Narrative, L426.7; Lefevre, A. Race and Language, 410L; Livermore, M. A., What Shall We Do With Our Daughters? 396L; Longfellow, H. W, Courtship of Miles Standish, and other poems, 81134G; Maccunn, T., Ethics of CIUzenBhlp, 172 M.; McCurdy, J. F, History, Prophecy and the Monuments, 2209M15; Macpherson, H. A., and others, The Grouse, 799M6; Matthews, B., The Last Meeting, a Story, M433.6; Morley, H., On Compromise, 179M; Ottley, R. L. Lancelot Andrewes, BAn21A; Page, T, N., The Burial of the Guns, P14.5; Par ker, L. F., Higher Education in Iowa, 3709U,no.l7; Parkhurst, H. E.,The Bird's Calendar, 6982 P; PIckard, S. T., Life and Letters of WhitUer, 2v., BW69G Porrltt, E., The- Englishman at Home, 9142P7; Rice, W.N., Twenty-five Years of Scientific Progress, 504R; Richards, L. E., Marie, R292.3; Robbing, A. 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L., A Dash of Red Paint, JW68D; Yech ton, B., A Matter of Honor and other stories, JY3M; Yechton, B., Two Knighta-Errant, and other stories, JY3T. HEATH Of HEXRY KKENEY, A Hartford Millionaire and One of the Moat Prominent Busines M:en in the State. Hartford, Nov. ,15. Henry Keeney, one of the oldest merchants in Connec ticut, died suddenly at 12:30 this morn ing at the age of eighty-nine. Mr. Keeney was a native of Hartford and for about sixty-five years carried on a successful grocery and provision busi ness. He and his brother, Walter Kee ney, who died in 1889, worked together through life and accumulated a vast fortune. Henry Keeney probably leaves an estate, worth over $1,000,000. Mr. Keeney took a slight cold a few days ago while attending a directors' meet ing, and slight pneumonia symptoms seemed to be followed by sudden and Utter loss of vital power. Mr. Keeney had been the vice president of the Fanners and Mechanics' bank ever since 1869 and a director since 1840. He was one of the organizers of the Hart ford Carpet company In 1854 and be came its vice president in 1864. He was a director of the Hartford Fire, the Hartford Street Railway company, the Connecticut Trust and Safe Deposit company, the Hartford hospital and the Goodwill club. He was an attend ant at the Park Congregational church. Ust of Patent ; ' List of patents issued from' the United States patent office on- Tuesday, No vember 13, 1894, for the state of Con necticut, furnished us from the office of Earle & Seymour, solicitors of pat ents, 868 Chapel , street. New Haven, Conn.; ' - - a A. Baldwin, South Norwalk, as signor to Fitch Excelsior Switch Co., electric railway switch. ,'; C. H. Cooley, assignor to Pratt ft Whitney Co., Hartford, automatic grain scale. J. g. Copeland, Hartford, assignor to Pope Manufacturing Co., crank shaft for velocipedes. -, . L. Malloru, Bridgeport, r garment stretcher. ,-W, F. Morton, New Haven, wheel felly, Joint. ' W. Vanderman, Wllllmantic, coupling for water closets. . 1 O P. Woodruff, Southlngton, 1 meat fitter, , , . , H. W. Hayden, assignor to Holmes. Booth ft' Hayden,. Waterbury, flame spreader for lamps.', , ' "Dr. Jim." prom the Pull Mall Ouette. ' Pr. I F. Jameson, administrator for the British South Africa company In Matabeleland and Mashonaland, has re celved the honor of the companionship of the Bath. Dr. Jameson, who famil iarly known among his friends in the colony as "Dr. Jim," Is a Scotsman born. After distinguishing himself at the universities he went to South Afrl ca to try his fortune there, and settling at Klmberly In the early days of that now thriving township, he soon ac quired a large practice. His appoint ment as administrator to Mashonaland In 1891 In succession to' Mr. A. R. Col quhoun was a very popular selection, and his friends will no doubt be equally pleased at the distinction which is now conferred upon him. The best known feat of Pr. Jameson, which earned him great repute among the native tribes, was his cure of King Lobengula. When the famous concession was being sought, the king's Illness was very near leading to a breakdown of the negotla tlons, had not Dr. Jameson, alone and unarmed, volunteered to. procure audi' ence of the sick chief. He succeded In not only obtaining the concession, but In curing Lobengula, for which service the dusky king was ever after grateful Dr. Jameson afterward accomplished his famous march to the Pungwe river and Gungunhana's kraal, and dlscov ered the route to the east coast, now the chief means of communication with Mashonaland. Ftuanctal. In the Late Hurting a ! Ive l a Made at Anthracite Coaler New York, Nov. 15. Transactions to day footed up 200,934 shares, of this to tal American Sugar figuring for 96,700 shares. The stock opened higher, but the rise led. to selling for the long ac count and a reaction followed. At Jlie decline there were orders, said to be for the account of lower Wall street Interests,, whloh carried the price up to 90. The rise In the stocks strength ened the whole list. In the late trading, however, a drive was made against the anthracite coal ers and Sugar, the whole market re ceding in sympathy. Cordage was heavy throughout, the common falling to 9, preferred to 17 and first mort gage bonds to 70H. The decline was due to rumors that business of the company had not come up to the ex pectations of the reorganization com mittee. It was announced, however, that the interest on the bonds on Jan uary 1 will be paid. Lead was higher, the declaration of the regular divl dends having strengthened the stock. The break in the coalers near the close was due to a report that the price of coal had been reduced 25 cents a ton. On this Delaware and Hudson fell to 124, Lackawanna to 159, Jersey Cen tral to 93 and Reading to 16. The market closed weak. Net changes show losses of per cent. Atchison, Burlington and Qulncy and Lead gained & per cent. Jersey Central lost 2, Delaware and Hudson 2, United States Rubber and Cordage, common and pre ferred, 1 each. The bond market closed lower. The transactions aggregated $1,312,000, Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince & Whltely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New York, and 15 Center street, New Haven: Bid. Aiked. American Tobacco Go 99) 100 no Amerloau Tobacco Go. pfd. If 84 Aiuerioan uotton un uo MX 78 American Cotton Oil Co.. otd. 14 American Sugar KeUuIng Co.... Aoi. Sugar Beanlng Oo.ptd Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.... Canadadouthern Central of New Jersey Caesapeake & Ohio Voting Ota.. 51 van 19 51K, Ubioago & East Illinois pfd Cbioairo & Northwestern 103 1U2 m 121J Chicago. UurUnglon Qulnoy... Wi CliloagoGasCo 15 Chicago, Milwaukee & 8t. Paul.. 62 Chicago, Milwkee&St.Paui pfd. l&M Chicago Kock Island Paolflo.. VAX Chicago, Bt. P., M. He Omaha U6 Cleveland, C. C. & St. liouls 39 Col..Hooklnar Valley & Toledo.. im Consolidated Oas 121 Delaware He Hudson Canal 12314 Delaware, Lack. & Western 16Vft Denver& Klo Grande pfd........ Wi DIS.& Cattle feeding- Co General Kleotrio Co HO Illinois Central 91M 16K tt4 Lakudaore & JMonlgan do iMi LakeKrle & Western 10 JOY M' Ti lake nine & western pio Louisville St Nasnviile Louwullle & NewAlhany Louisville & New Albany pfd. . 72 7 21 21 9 u Sly, 2U 105 lou iS 42 i 17v lou' Laoede Uas Missouri, Kansas & Texas... .. Missouri. Kansas ft Texas ofd. 7M Manhattan IClevated 14 Missouri raomo....... New York & New Haven lm N.Y.K N. .,3d paid 112 Aewl orK Oentnu fe Hudson .... 90 n. y .. unioairo St. UUU1B N. V.. Luke tinea western N. IT., Lake Urle & Western pfd. IN. X.. VJntariu .vrvaveru. Norfolk & Western pfd... North American Co........ Northern Facltlo Nortueru l'ucillo pfd....... Nntlonal Lead Co 10 x y. National Lead Co. pfd Famine Mail fci.S. Ca. Peoria, JJecatur x svansviue.... Phtia. sc Headinir Votlnar Cts ,2 17 Pullman Palace Car Co 169 Ulcb. W. F. X. lr.. 5tn Inst. p'd. 17 Oliver Bunion uen u 'iWnAutH Coal He Iron 15 Ihu Tennessee Coal ft Iron pfd Texas ft Pacific 10 10u ToL.Aun Axoora aono cuon.. t 6 Union Faoittc 12 Union Paoltio, Denver ft Gulf.... x & Wabash ,. X tl Waoashpfd 14, 15 Western Union Telegraph....... am Whaoiinar to Lakefin 12m li2 Wheeling ft Lake Krleptd H tl Wisconsin Central..; 5 Adams Itrprees... 148 1 Amerioan Express. 112 m United States uxprew.. Welis-Fargo Express 1W 115 U. D.Kubber..... 41 X U.B. BuDber pfd...., 15 U7 U. 6. Cordage Co 10 10 V U.s. Cordaure Oo.,pfd., 18 Kid aut.. Uas 2516 &f.a Pift.,Cin..Cnl. ft St. Louis HX 18 Southern Hallway 1H J8U BouthernHaUwsypfd.; 88X 88 OoTsrnment Bonds. Following are , the , quotations for United States bonds at the call to-day: Rrt.Zs. reir. 9 - 114 U5 101 (- 104 a - 4s,reg.,1907 4s, coup., 1007...... , NKa.ren..l904.. .., New 5s, ooup., 1904.. Currency 8s. 1895. Currenoyfts, 1898 ... Currency 8, 1887.... Onrrenoy 6s,. H98.4nrr.W...i.. Currenoy 6s, lm , 107 9 J 10 (i , 13 6 NEW IIAVEN LOCAL QUOTATIONS, Furnished dally by KmnmaT, 00T UaV Uaukertaad Urokers.UJOraugesureet. BAH STOOKS. Par Bid AskM ftiyllunk tUU li'M Now lluvou County National liank 10 13V MeuBaulus' lUuk tl MjJ - Ueruhimta' Natluual lUnk.,., MM T Nw liavon National liank... ll 187 Tradiwiinu's National Uauk.. ll iM H Second National llauk 11 1I JfaloNsitounllUuk luu lit RA1LHOAD STOOKS. Par nid Asked D.ft N. Y. A. L. pretVrrml.... K f-K Dnnburjr ft Norwalk K. K. Co, 50 M Uxlruit. IlilliulsUift a, W IUI VJV 9i Housrioiiic It. H. U) UU U Naiiiralui-k l(. II. Co HO 24tU. New Havi-nft Derby U.K. Co. 1U VI New lUv,-u ft Nortummium. liU W N. Y.. N. II A II H H iV. mi Imu 1M BhorsLiuelt.lt luu 111 MlfcCKLLANSOUS STOCKS. Par nid Asked Mew ilaven (iiin Llicht Co.. New Haven Water Co Ml loij 102 li 24 115 HUH u M W Peek. Ktowft Wilcox a Security Insurance Co W Swift ft Co lm Telephone-Clio, ft Pot 1KI 48 07 7"X Brio lou N. Y.4N. J 1IU Southern N. R Ill) V. 8. ltuubcr preferred, par.. 108 RAILROAD BONDS. Due nid Asked B. ft N. Y. A. I,. 5a iwn 107 Holyoke ft West Hold 1st 4a... lull 00 HoilNltolllc CouanlaSa 1WI1 list new naven iterny m jun jii new naven s Keroy is, iiwu j i t New Haveu ft Derby 8s 1WI HM New Haven ft N. 7a IHtlfl 1WM 11111 lit 1U Now Haven ft N. 7s. 1871 lHM Hot n. n. n. uonsois oa iwh H8u N. H. ft N. 1st 5a lull liuu. New London Northern 1st 4s. 1918 101 New London Northern 1st Us. M0 107 N. Y.ft N. H. 1st 7s Ian lit 118 N. Y.ft N. K. 1st 8s 1905 1119 ill N. Y. ft N. E. 2d 8s 1IKU lit! 1IKIW N. YM N. H. ft H. 4a lkl lttl 108 N. Y.t N. H. ft H. Deb. 4s 1M 141 N. Y Prov. ft Boston 7s 18W 110 N. Y Prov. ft Boston 4a 1048 Kill West Jjaven H. K. It. 5s UM 100 UUKUUAHSUUS BOND J. Due nid Asked F. 11. W. Co. 'a 7s lwrt li New Haven City 7s Mil Unit New Haven Cltv 5s 1U97 100 New Haven Cltv 4s. seworaira 1914 108 New Haven City SXs, " 1907 M New Haven Town iun 98 V New Haven Town P. P. Issue 1019 97 V New Haven School 4a 1904 102 S.N. E. Telephones 1008 101 y Swift ft Co. 9s 1910 101 108 STOCKS AIM Boims. $1,000 West Haven ft Winchester Avenue Ml. 6 per cent bond. $1,000 Union Pacific R It. 6 per oont. bond. J3.000 N. Y.. N. H. ft H. RR. Co. 4 p. o. Debs. $3,000 Middlesex Banking Co. debentures. lOstas Boston Eleetrlo Light Co. stock, 86 shs Swift ft Co. stock. 15 shs N. Y., N. H. ft Htd. RR. Co. stock. 60 shs Merchants' National bank stock. For sale by THE CHAS. W. SCRANTOJi CO., 84 Center street. SECURITIES FO! SALE, 20shs N. Y., N. H. ft H. RR. Oo. CO shs United New Jersey RR., guaranteed 10 per cent, by Penn. RR. Co. 6 shs Chi. Juno, ft Stook Yards pret. 60 shs " common. 40 Bhs Now Ha von Water Co. 10 shs Boston Eleetrlo Light Ox 20 shs Morlden Britannia Co. . 60 shs Peck, Srow ft Wlloox Co. 20 shs iKtna Fire Insurance Co. J5,000 N. Y., N. H. ft H. RK. debenture 4'S. KIMBERLT, BOOT & DAT. J BANKERS AND BUOJUWS, No. 46 Broadway, New York, AND IS Center Street, New Naven. Members N. Y. Stock Exchange, Produoe Ex change and Chicago Board oc Trade. O. B. BOLMEE, Manager New Haven ilranoh. AUCIasaMof Hallway Stocks and Bonds also Grain, ProTiilom and Cotton, Bought and Bold un Commission. Connected by Private Wire with NewYork, Boston and Chicago. NVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECULTY, 60 shs N. Y., N. H. ft H. RR. stook. 20 shs Boston fileotrlo Light stooH. SSOsbs American Bank Note Co. stook. 60 shs Adams Express stock. 10 shs Swift & Co. 8 per cent, stook. 4 shs IT. S. Rubber pfd stook. $1,000 Middlesex Banking Ca. 0 p. ct. bond. $1,000 South. N, E. Tel. Co. 6 per oent. bond. $10,000 City of Mlddletown, Conn., 4 p.o. bds. M. B. NEWTON Si CO., Bankers and Brokers, 86 ORANGE STREET. $20,000 To loan on Improved City Property, IN SUMS TO SUIT. H. C. WARREN & CO., 108 Orange Street. nrrw burglajsYj fire, Uln forgeries, BY HIRING A SAFE IN THE VAULT OF Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe, from FIVE to SIXTY DOLLARS. Absolute Security for Bonds, Stocks, Wills, Bullion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stonea, and all evidences of values. Access to vault through the banking room of the MA. CHANICff BANK, 1 VUUKCH.OOB. CENTER STREET. Conton rooms for convenience of natrons All persons Interested are cordially invited to nspeot ue company's premises, ypeu trom a. m. to p. m. TboH-S R, Tkowbridoi, President, OlivbbS, wam, vioe president . Ca-s, H. TBOwBBinoa, See, and Treat, BOOKS AND ACCOUNTS Of any kind examined, and prompt reports thereon. Balance Sheets and Profit and' Loss Accounts prepared. F. W. SHILUTTO, ' , Professional Accountant, Room 48, Hoadleji ttaildlaay Prnice ft whitRhr 1 XXUUU W II 111 LUX I utif iiavea Sttttrtatnmcuts. HYPERION THEATER, Krldy. Saturday, Nov. 18, 17, DENMAN THOMPSON And his own company lu The Old Homestead. Prices 11.00, Wo. Sale of soaU opens Weu 5' nU5t Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Nor. 15,18, IT, Matinee Haturdny, Fred Waldman's Specialty Company AND C. A. SAMPSON. TIIB STRONOEST MAN ON EAIITIC, Tho Challenger of the World, Monday, Tuesday, WnJnesdnv, next week, A. Y. Prarin'a "The D.-rbv Mavot." r2 lB5CTHETRfc7g lJl II I ihoiii; X Jxjl i -Ki.i: i ion or lllllli 'Ihu VHittlrvllle. Open fmm :) to !M uuJ I to 11. A'lmlmlon lUei-nts, hotels. Hotel Monopole, (Etini-an Plan.) 14 and 16 Church Street. AKK ami Ladlin' Iti-Htaumiit connootM with hotel. Cafe. MT-UOT LC'NCHierved la el0 MOSELEY'S NEW HAVEN HOUSE HAS added steam and plumbing to all its rnomsen suite. Cummorcliil men will find thn ln-.flnn moa. dully adapted to their wants; uauuy to tuo business district. I" BETH H. MOSELEY. COMMISSION BUSINESS. W'e offor our services to the pubUo to buv and sell Horses, Carrluves, liamcss, etc., on commissi nn. Our experionoe and extensive acaualntanoo enablo us to buy and sell well. Busiuess so. liolted. Kospoctfully. W. & li. TOOTE, apWtt 430 Stats Street. STOCKS INVESTMENT or SPECULATION. T. E, WARD & CO Bankers and Brokers, Si ft 33 Broadway. New York City. STOCKS, BONDS. CRAItf, COTTON, COFFEE. Bought and sold for on)., or carried on 0 to 5 per cent, margin. Oonimifwlou 1- itf. VP YOU WANT TO KKKP fOSTEDTOU SHOUrj) 3KND KOK OUR DAILY MARKET LfcTTKK, WUIOH TELLS YOU WUKS TO SliLL AS WELL AS WHAT AND WHEN TO BUY. You should alio wad for our CIRCULAR, whtch girps ioiiim valuably ugKt"UoD In tha way of ivoldlnir losses. If you will examine every ac count you ever bad wbich shnwed you a loss, and ttaeu flgnre out wbat you would have made fol lowing our rules, you will say your losses were unnecmsfiary. W have the taroct offtoen, employ more ettrlcs. wim broken, have more private wires, vsr mora xiephoMS, and hare a larger number ofcxttomer$ than any other bwkra v ffioa in the world. It rou era makiiifr money where you are, don't ehaatfw, frut If you are running behlnd.slvetma Ohftafu, If you arn uperulattng la the NEW YORK STOCK EXuHANGK, quit at once and try the CONSOLIDATED, whftre you can save hair the commJfmiQUi and all of tho Interest If you wish. BOSTON OFF'CE. W. TT. Albertann Jfc Co., 15 State St., flout on. Nas, nlfl eodlm VERMILYE & CO.. Bankers and Brokers. in Investment Securities. 16 and 18 NASSAU STREET, New Yorls. Oity- National Tradesmen's Bank, Draws Bills of Exchange OM. Alllanoe Bank (Limited), txradon. f .uviuuiai uana 01 ireiana, uuDua, Uulon Bank of Sootlantl, Credit Lyonnala, l'aris. And on all the Prlnolpal Cities of Europe. Issues Circular ketters of Credit Ayallabla luroughout orope. GEO. A. BTITLER, President. WM. T. FIELDS, Cashier. Important Notice 1 TO THE HOLDERS OF THE Consolidated Mortgage 5 p. ct Bonds AND TUB . Collateral Trust 5 per cent. Bonds. Thfi rnnnlTSrs of thfl TTninn Paolfln SvntiMn have app led to the oourt to be rellerotl from the obfiKatlons of the Trallie Agreement lie. tweon the Union Pacific Co. and the On gon Short Line & Ptali .orthern Ballroad Uj,, which Is the only bond betwoen the tiro com panies, and it Is probable that their applica tion will be granted. .. , In these circumstances It Is verr Important to secure united action by all the bondhold er to protoot their Interests, and to have them represented by an Independent com mittee. we urire you to make an immediate Dl,POir of voi'R "ONDS at theofflea of olther the AMERICAN LOAN & TRUST COMPANY IN BOSTON or the NEW YORK GUARANTY A INDEMNITY COMPANY IN NEW YORK, for which engraved nego. uame receipts are now reaay tone issued, AnDll'eation will pe made to have thAin listed by the New Torlc Stock Eiohange. . , . ENDICOTT PKAJBODY, Chairman. ' 2 'resident American Ixiau A Trust Co., oston.) W. O. OAKMAN, (President New York duarantr ts Indeu nltyCo.,NewYork.) , ' W. S.TITZ, Bolton, , . . GEORGE 0. LEE, luiu,Biiawn c Co., Bostonil v t HOWLAND DAV(8, New Toi k. , BARTHOLD BOHLESINOEB, Boston FRANCIS g. BANGS, " ! HHil -resident state trust Co., New Yqrk,: , N.W. JORDAN. Secretary, Boston. . . MOOHFIKLD STOKK-V. Oounsol, Bostrtai cStUotf . ,..(.