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NEW IUVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 1 1894.
GRANDEST OF HUES. The Long list of Cures by Dr. Greene's Ner . vura Blood and Nerve Remedy Grows and Broadens Every Day Miss Jessie MoVey Tells Her Wonderful Cure. KISS JISSIS MoVET. The horrors and frightful sufferings experienced from nervousness and nervous complaints are too terrible to be expressed in words. Nothing can describe the agony which fills the mind of such persons. They have lost con trol of their nerves, and with it have gone the strength, power and vigor of the system. Well may their cheeks blanch, and well may they tremble for their lives and their reason. Every strain on those weakened nerves, ev ery hour that glides .silently by is a step towards. Insanity,; paralysis or the grave. An' Unheeded . opportunity for cure, and then brain exhaustion, nerv ous prostration Qr fleath. ' : One of the greatest of these suffer ers was Jhe: we9 -known. Jesg, MfcVey,- residing1 at ..Irrtngton, Ind. She ifound a treasure of priceless value In'tttt pnly Uositlve cure, the only sure saVer of health. Read her own de scription of her horrible suffering and wonderful cure. - "I had always been rather robust and welf," she said, "until the last two or three years, when It so hap pened that I overtaxed my strength In trying to do too much work. I had a spell of nervous prostration, and was so weak all the time I could scarcely get around.. . .. "I have also been troubled with rheumatism more or less for a long time, which grew worse after my nerves became weak. Of a morning I would feel more tired than when I went to bed, ftnd on going up stairs I would give clear out by the time I reached the top and my heart would flutter and feel as though it was up in my throat. "My head, also troubled me a great deal. My face would flush up in. a moment, and my eyes would burn and hurt, and- my head would feel as though It would burst; at the same HMFVSAl FROM TLO WER. . Unwillingness of the Governor to do Arjr thlng Until ihe Charge Against Fellow. Am Dlsnosed of New York, Nov. 23. The capacity for .mischief contained in the action of the "Committee of Five," who chose this narHniiiar timft to nrefer charges to Governor Flower against District At torney Fellows, develops results this morning in the following letter from the governor, o the committee of sev enty: , . j "Executive Mansion, - , November 22, 1894. "Messrs. Joseph Larocque, Horace Por ter and Charles C. Beaman, Commit tee, New York City: - "Gentleman Your communication of yesterday's date, with enclosures, re questing n "to require the attorney general in person, or by deputy, to at tend a court of oyer and terminer to be held in the city of New York on the first Monday in December next, for the purpose Of managing and, conducting .certain actions and proceedings against to crimes committed against the elec tion laws and misconduct of public of ficers, In which request the district at torney concurs, is received. . " ' "Yesterday" charges were preferred against District Attorney FellOWS by citizens of New York, which J have sent him and asked him to answer within eight days. Until -these charges are tried and disposed of, I prefer not to take any Heflnlte' action with regard to the subject of your letter. - '. vyery respectfully yours, - ; ? - " "R08 WELL P. FLOWER." '".. Mr. Larocque found this letter await ing him when he arrived at his office this morning, and, after reading it, he at. once sent for General Porter and tlon. Both he and his colleagues were- much disappointed' by this unexpected marring et the seventy's plans, and . were not disposed to mince word in ex pressing their ' condemnation . of the five's uT-advUed interference. Mr. La- ;. "When: it had been practically settled (that the governor, would accede to pat time my feet and hands would be cold I was also troubled with catarrh for several years. "I got medicine from several doc tors, but it seemed as though it helped me some at the first, but in a little while I would feel as bad, if not worse than ever. I began to be dis couraged, when t saw an advertise ment of how Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy helped others who were worse than I was, and I concluded , to give It a. trial. Before taking half a bottle I began to feel better. I did not feel so tired and ner vous. My bead felt better, ana my appetite improved. "I have taken three bottles jind keep on improving, I tl)ink this wonderful medicine cannot be praised, highly enough, for it makes the Weak Strong, and the oldveel young again." Millions of men and women are suf fering just as Miss McVey did. They are nervous, tired out and run down, They have lost their snap and energy, and work or pleasure becomes an ef fort. There is a terrible and deadly danger lurking behind that nervous ness, and many people fall to heed it until too late. They can all be per manently cured by that, wonderful medicine, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. Why waste time in trying uncertain and untried reme dies, when here is a physician's pre scription, a discovery made by Dr. Greene, of 85 West 14tft street, New York City, the greatest living special ist in curing nervous and chronic dis eases. If you take this medicine, you can consider .yourself under Dr. Greene s direct professional care, and you can consult him or write to him about ypur case, freely and without charge. This Is a guarantee that this remedy will cure, possessed Ty no other medicine in the world. . . request, everything Is unsettled by this m-timea application to the governor. we are defeated, embarrassed, and hampered now, and can only hope that our second letter to the governor, which could not have been received when he wrote this communication, may change nis mind, -However, we shall not yet abandon our effort to secure the ap pointment or a special prosecutor." An effort was made to interview the committee Of five, but K. W. G. Well ing was not at his office. Preble Tucker had just left his, but Oils office boy went out and succeeded in finding and informing him that a number of re porters desired to see him, - Mr. Tucker declined to return to see them, and sent word that h.e would not"-come back to his office for some time.'. On- a desk in his office was a mountainous tile of newspaper clippings. Mr. McMahon, however, was found, although, he too was just on the point of leaving with a .volume under his arm of "Village Sermons," which he said he had been prevented from reading. He also said he was) going out of town,' The attempt to interview htm elicited the fact that he was deeply wounded by what he described as the Evening Post's "ridi cule," and "attempt to belittle hie in telligence." "No man can convince me that I have made, a mistake," he said feelingly, .''when he accompanies his endeavor . with whips ' and stings." When asked if he could not put aside what seemed to him to reflect upon his Intelligence, and impartially weigh what was argumentative in the ar ticles he had In mind, he replied that he couldV but that the argumentative part appeared to him weak and unconvincing.- He was still unpersuaded, he declared, that any1: mistake had been made, and said that at any rate it was now too late to. withdraw ' the charges before the governor; that . the committee could hot do so if they wished.- ' " O ' HotAblstoXeetHlsUaBlaot. - Washington, Nov. Si. The usual Fri day cabinet meeting, did not take place to-day, having been. postponed because the president was not Veil. ; The wet weather, it' was reported, had agara- vated hi trouble with his foot, which has kent him indoor at Woodlejr for several days,-, fj, ; ,v. THE GREAT GAME TO-DAY. CROWDS CHKKH DCVARTIJiO XALM rOOTBALL TKAM. The Harvard TMm'i OveUoa-The IpMlel Kallroad TrIn-Tha V.hers for ths l.aroa-Th. Football Gun. Maws on Ceert treat Today. ,. , ,' f ' The university football eJeren fcnd nine substitutes left New Hevin house corner at J3:40 o'clock yesterday after noon, an large crowd, weejpresent to cheer them on, their departure. The men took thejjp. m, train for Spring field, and oh-their- arrival there went at cacejt the Y, M. C. A. tralnlif school, where they have had their quarters for some years past Twenty men loft yesterday afternoon, and twelve more Will leave at 8:60 this morning. In addi tion to these the regular coaches, rub bers, etc., win be taken. Following are the men who left yesterday afternoon: F. A. Hlnkey 'S, A, McC. Beard 95, F. T. Murphy '97, L. Hinkey '97, W. O. Htokok '96 S., P. T. Btlllman '95 8., J. A. McCrea '95 8., G. T. Adee "95, A. N. Jerrems '9 8., 8. B. Thome "96, F. 8. Butterworth '95, C. M. Fincke '97, R. Armstrong '95 8., J. C. Greenway '95 8., H. P. Cross '98, H. W. Letton '97 S., t. B. Hatch '96, L.M.Bass '97, J. O. Rodgers 98 and C. Chadwlck '97. The men who will eave this morning are: W. R. Cross '96, W. DeW. Cochrane '96 8., P. D. Mills '97. 8, R. A. Marks .'95, C. B. Sturges '98 8., G. O. Redington, L. 8., F. E. Wade '96, C. 8. Morris '98, A. W. Dater '96 S., C. Gillette '97, A. Brown '96, and H. M. Inman '98 8. The following men have been ap pointed ushers for the Springfield game: G. E. Darling '95, H. W Pease '95, E. E. Osgood '95, C. A. Kimball. '95, G. B. Chase '95, A. W. Pierce '93, T. L. Ellis '94, J. E. Morgan '94, W. M. Rich ards '95, H. A. Baker '95, W. N. White law '95, F. O. Robblns '98, F. T. Per sons '94, D. D. Mitchell '95, G. Green '94, F. T. Hooker '98, E. O. Stevens '95, J. L. Hutchlns '95, R. D. Tuoker '95, P. S. Evans, jr., 595, A. E.. Skinner '95, J. E.- Breckinridge '96, L. C. Jones '96, H. T. Clifton '96 S., E., D. Collins 96, F. C. Yeomans '97, H.F. Smith '94, W. G. Rowe '97, W. E, Moore. '97, A. S. Pratt '96, A. Scott '98, W,- H, Duncan 94. The gate at Hampden park, Spring field, will be opened at 12 o'clock to day for the Yale-Harvard football game. ; . ' ,.' , , " PRACTISED THK BOKO. Copies of football songs- were dis tributed at the Co-op. at 5:30 yesterday afternoon. '. Immediately . 4 . afterwards quite a large crowd collected around under the electric light on the senior ball ground in front of Durfee, and practiced cheering and the songs, . -. THE SPECIAL TRAINS. Five W1U Leave the City This Hornlns Th 8hednle. The following schedule of special trains for the Yale-Harvard game has been arranged: Train "A" will leave New Haven at 8:50 a, m. It will consist of four coaches for regular travel, and will have no special cars. The train will leave Springfield at 4:25 p, m. , Train "B" will leave New Haven at 9:25 a. m. It will consist of the follow ing special cars: No. 6, 1016, 1118,1116, 1119, 1117, 1102, 266, 262 and 270. The train will leave Springfield at 4:50 p. m. Train "C' -will leave New Haven at 9:35 a. m. and will consist of coaches lettered from "A" to "J" inclusive. It will leave Springfield at 4:55 p. m. Train "D" will leave New Haven at 9:45 a.m. It will consist of ten coaches for regular travel, and will have no special cars.' It will leave Springfield at 5:05 p. m. Train "E" will leave New Haven at 9:55 a. m. and will consist of ten private coaohes as fellows: Nos. 281 and 1082; coaches from "K" to "N," inclusive, and the coach Nikomla. It will also have three coaches for regular travel, and will leave Springfield at 6:50 p. m. In addition to the above regular trains will leave the depot as scheduled on the regular time table. The price of tickets on the round trip on special trains only wm.De I1.Y&; on ottter trains the regu lar rate will be charged, $2.50. The 8:50 train arrives a't Springfield two hours after leaving New Haven, All other trains one nour and forty minutes. HARVARD TEAM OFJF. Over One Thousand Students Gave Them Parting; Cheer. Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 23. The Har- vara eleven leix tor Springfield at 3 o'clock this afternoon via the Boston and Albany road in a special . car. About 1,000 students gathered at the station to see them off, and give them a parting cheer. The f olljwlng regular members and thirteen substitutes were taken along: Emmons, captain, left end; Hallowell, left tackle; Mackie,- left guard; F. Shaw, center; J. N. 8haw, right guard; Waters, right taokie; A. Brewer, rignt end; Wrentt,. -quarter back; Wrlghtington and C. A. Brewer, half backs; Fairchlld, full 'back. In addition to tnese a small army of trainers, coaches and rubbers went along. Arriving at , Springfield the players will go immediately to the Savoy hotel, located on Armory, HilL, about two miles from the center of the city. By advice of the coaches Cap tain Emmons. will allow no callers.. even old: players and many of the eoaohee will be barred from seeing- the mem bers of the -elejran on the eve of the battle. This is in line with the same privacy and secrecy as has prevailed since the team went behind'- the- big fence for practice. . 7 he Football Gun In Court Street. The Southern New England Tele phone company will have its usual ac count of the , Yale-Harvard football game this afternoon on a wire across from the company'! office in - Court street The movements of the football from the time it is nut In play at Springfield will be closely depicted on this wire and the spectators can easily see when Yale or Harvard if ahead , , 001 TOOTBAIX WAMMU, -.':-:" Weather Observer Meyer of the local weather station said yesterday after noon that the weather would be fair and much colder to-day. An. area, . of extremely high barometer would reach the New England slates, and to-day the temperature would take a decided drop in consequenoe. tickcts ro rm rniNorroM oams. The following notice was Issued by the university football management last evening; "Positively no mare applications will be received , for -seats at the Yale Princeton game. Tickets will be dis tributed on November 26 at 2 o'clock at the Co-operative tore." ALL RtSADT. Sorlntfl-ld Kapldljr Fll ln l'p-Yl Men Conflitent Harvard's ltoM Hlggeit Crowd Vet To-dnjr. Springfield, Mass., Nov. 23. Every thing is now In readtnens for the big game. Both Harvard end Yale teams are in the city, each with large fol lowing. The city Is rapidly filling up, and to-night many are being turned away from the hotels. The city is in an uproar, with the Yale blue some what in the ascendency. Yale money Is freely offered at odds of 2 to 1 and 3 to 1, and Is as freely taken by wearers of the crimson, so that with both sides satisfied betting is likely to run high. There Is a general, feeling of confilden.ee that Yale will win. The Yale team arrived In the city in a special car at about 3 o'clock this morning and went immediately to their quarters In the International Young Men's Christian asaoclutlon training school, their regular rendezvous here. The Yale contingent and the coachers are making the Cooley their stopping place. The second eleven and a big following will come in to-morrow morn ing. The Yale team spent the afternoon quietly, some i of them walking out a little, but some staying In their rooms. Every man is In good condition, and the men are confident of winning. The Harvard team arrived early this evening, and in all a party of about fifty, and Immediately went to Hotel Savoy on Armory Hill, which will be their headquarters till after the game. None of the men were allowed on the street to-night, all of them resting qul etly. Emmons is feeling better to-night and will go into the game at the start to-morrow. Charlie Brewer wijl also be able to start In the game, and Har vard hopes for the best. Both teams will play In their regular positions. The crowd at Hampden park to-morrow afternoon will be the largest In the history of the sport here. Fully 25,000 people will be on the grounds. Every ticket has been sold by the man agement, though there Is some proba bility to-night that the numerous spec ulators will be stuck some. The weath er has been threatening all day, and to-night a drizzling rain Is faljlng here. The weather prognostications are good, however, and theHpark Is In such good condition that A large amount of rain will not hurt it. The turf is in fine con dition. BAXK THIEVE FRUSTRATED. Prevented from Bobbin Sfe by Cnnlnem of n Bnnk President. the Spokane, Wash.; Nov. 23. A telephone message from Rosalia, a small town In Whitman county, says that a daring but unsuccessful attempt was made to rob the bank at that place yesterday, Two robbers rode up to the bank on horseback, and while one of them stood guard on the outside, the other entered end"placed a''tVoiver fa't President Wells' head, commanding him to hand over the money. Mr. Wells told the rob ber he would get the money out of the safe, but Instead of doing so he turned the combination, locking the safe. The robber.seelng he wis baffled.grabbed up some loose coin on the counter and Co-operative Savings Society of Connecticut. Six Per Cent. Coupon Stock. Redeemable at par at your option at any time after one year. All funds loaned on first mortgage on Improved town and city property in Connecticut. Denominations $100, $200, $500 and $1,000. J. E. LOMAS, nS4 eoiltf 817 CHAPEL STREET. STOCKS IlfYESTlIEHT or SPECULATION. T. E. WARD & CO. . : Bankers and Brokers, . 81 ft 33 Broadway, Hew York City. 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BOSTON OFFICE, W, St.' Albertaon A Co., IS State St., Boaton, Haui ' D16 eodlra COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our serrloes to the public to buy and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, eto., on eommlaslna, v Our experience and extensive aoqualntanoe enable us to buy and sell weu. Business so Uojtod, BespeotfuUy, . W.&B.FQ0TE, j apWtf dSQgoaW Street. National Tradesmen's BankJ HEWHAVKN,001Of, Draws Bills of Exchange OH AHlanoe Bank (Limited), London. ' Provincial Bank of Ireland, Dublla. Union Bank of BootUudT CtedltLronnals, Paris. -f And on au me mimp uae or KurotuL Imms Circular Letter of Credit Avmllatble Thronchont Europe. , - j V GEOA.BTmBPreaaeliW joined his companion. The two mount ed their horses and rode away. Mr, Wells gave the alarm and soon a posse started In pursuit of the robbers. CollUlon In a For. Fort Monroe, Va., Nov. 23. The pas senger steamer Ge-gla, running be tween Baltimore and Norfolk, cut down the schooner Eva T. Barns last night, and the vemel sank Immediately. The collision occurred In a dense fog. There were five men aboard, all of whom were saved. Madly Injured. Charles Bchloct, employed by P. A. Carlton, the Georfte street steamfltter, while engigred In digging a trench on Temple street ebout 10:30 yesterday was knocked down by a i'r( attached to a light oarrUitfe and badly trampled upon. The horse's forward hoof struck the falling' man on the left left, badly fracturing It. Bchloct was taken to the hospital, where the fracture was reduced. The case is beinaf Investi gated, Immil Club of Danhnry. DatVbury, Nov. 23. The Emmet club of this city to-nlstht celebrated the twenty-seventh anniversary of the ex ecutlon of the Manchester martyrs. It was the first time that the club has held exercises of a public nature on the anniversary, and a large numeber was present. 1'tnanctal. 1 he Market was a Very Narrow Oue at the Kxrhatifse. New York, Nov. 23. It was a very nnr- row market at the etock exchange to day. It was noticed during the day that brokers of the leading bear opera tors were picking up stocks, and it was thought that the breaks in American Sugar, Chicago Gas, Lead and North west were brought about for the pur pose of facilitating the covering move ment in other parts of the list. The buying for theehort account was espec ially pronounced in the case of St. Paul, about 12,000 shares having been taken, it Is alleged, for a prominent operator. The firmness of the grangers in the early trading was ail the more notice able because of the poor October state ment of the Northwest road, the loss in gross earnings having amounted to $731,000. The general belief that the bond issue will be heavily over-subscribed and that the government will thus be en abled to Increase its gold reserve by $30,000,000 or $40,000,000 was the main reason for the covering movement, There were, however, some weak spots to the market, noftably In American Sugar, Chicago Gas, Reading, Lead, Distillers, Cordage guaranteed, and Northwest. American Sugar dropped 1V4 to SPA, Chicago Gas 1 to 71,Lead 2 to 39, Distillers Vi to S, Cordage guaranteed 3 to 25, and Northwest 1 to 97. Sugar was affected by the re ports of poor business and fears of con gressional interference. The weakness of Chicago Gas and Lead was ascertain ed to manipulation by the pool In these speclaltles.and the heaviness of Cordage to the cWsing out of an old bull ac count. Northwest wae sold on a belief that the directors will follow the policy outlined by the Burlington and Quincy, and reduce the dividend rate. Reading weakened on talk of foreclosure and Philadelphia sold the stock down to 16. Near the close Southern Railway com mon and preferred moved up on a report that a block of the securities had been placed abroad and that the stock will be listed In London. An encouraging feature of the situation, was the drop in sterling exchange at the close due to more liberal drawings by bankers in anticipation of heavy foreign purchases of bonds. Speculation, closed steady. The general list shows net losses of to 1 percent., Ch'icagoGas leading. Lead lost 1 and Cordage preferred . Pull man gained 1 per cent. Railway and miscellaneous bonds were weaker. Sales were $1,023,000. Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince & Whitely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New York, and IS Center street. New Haven: Bld. Asked. American Tobaooo Oo 97f American Tobaooo Co. pfd 1U8 Auierloun Cottou Oil Co STirf American Cotton Oil Co., pfd.... & AmertcanSugarKonnlnif Co.... mi& Ain.SugarUeanlngCo.pfd Atchison. Touelca It Sunta Fb a' llu 1 7-i SU m 6i a en 97 CuuadaSoutliorn... ; 51 Central of New Jersey iiyu Chesapeake; Onto Voting; Cts.. 18 Cbioago & Bast IlltnolB pfd Chicago & Northwestern Chicago. Burilngton Qulnoy... Chicago Gas Co...., , 53 Cbioairo. Milwaukee & St. Pmil.. Kiu Chicago, Mllw'kee & StPaul pfd. 119 Chicago Book Island & Paolno.. 011$ Chicago, St.?., Omaha. Mm Cleveland, 0. U. & St. Ixiuls.... .. 1)7 Col.,Hooking Valley & Toledo.. 17 Consolidated Gus 121 Delaware & Hudson Canal hH Delaware, Lack. & Western I60X Denver at Klo Grande pfd M D18.& Cattle Feeding Co General Kleotrlo Co M Illinois Central liakedbore & Michigan Bo liit laketfrle ft Western lou Lake Kris & Western pfd 7u Louisville & Nashville.... 63 iay4 tsiil B8 l!S!4 mx 9 m vt MJe - 8 U & mi mi 198 31 IM 3l)H SI r KM "i 18 ' S3 158 ! m iu I ft 1 teJs 5 116 ' , 47 ' 115 MX LnuiBuiUe & NewAlbanv.. 1 , 21 ' 99 m . un m 16 x 40 m 1M MM m 4 i ,5 13 ' f'X 11X 4U Louisville New Albany pfd.... Idoede Gas..., Missouri, Kansas Xexas inissuuri. anuHM xuni uiu... Manhattan Elevated Missouri foci Ho. Now 1 ore new naven. N.Y.teN. .,Sd paid new Xork Uontrai Jt audaou.... N. Y.. Chicago 4 st. ijoiiis..,,,... u. Y Lake Brie Western N. V., Lake lirle 4, Western pfd. N. Y.. Ontario & Western Norfolk & Western pfd North American Co Northern Pacitto Nnrtnorn Paolno pfd National Lead Co.... National Lean uo. pia.... Paolno Mall B.B.Co,. , Peoria, Dooatur ft Kvansvllle.... Vhlla. Heading Voting- Cta Pullman falaoe Oar Oo.,... ...... Uiah.ee W,P.T,tr., am lust, p'd. Miivnrilulllon Cert's...., XennesseeOoaldt Iroh,. Tennessee Goal Iron pfd.... lexasAPaoiUo ToL.Auu Arbor North Mloh Union raoino , Union Paoino, Denver AOulf.. Wafaash.... ....... , Wabash pfd....... Western Union Telegrapb , Wheeling Lake Brie. ; W beeunx uaaa "o viu.... Wlaoonsin Central 1 Adama EiDress..... ......... Uu American fixpress.. Uax Unltedotates express.. .......... ly . Weus-Fargo Express............. los U. B.Uubber,.,.,...., ..,... 40 m 9 low n 17 12 Uoreriiiuent Heads, Following are the quotations for United 8tuue bonds at the call to-day: Knt.3, roir M 4o,ri-ir..lHi; lit iis 4,u.in..,iii; 114 win Ni)wJl.nii.,llU 117sllHt4 Nuwfo.o.Mlirf. IIMI II71IS)4 CurrtMiu)' Hi. i-'i lot u4 Currt'iu) iIh, iMkl ,. look's t'urri'iiuy m, M7 17 (4 Currpiii-y 1U, Inm, llu i Currvuuy Da, lW 1U - NEW H AVEN LOCAL QUOTATION!) Furnlslml dully by Kmusiibr, Boor DAT DuukoraauJ llrukora, VU Draugostruot. sank rotas. Pur TIM AkM i'ltv lliuik 1UI LL'fc Nfw Il11v1.11 Omiity National llank 10 MiH'huiili'a' llniik Mu Murfliaula .Niiilonal llnnk.... M Niw IIiivi-ii Nuliiinal llank... llu) Tmdiiniii'Niilliitial Uank.. liJ tk-ooutl Nntlunai Uauk 100 Yale National Uauk 1ml KaILUOAU stocks. Par B. & STir. AT 1,. pr iTrodTTT. luf 40 i: niil Asked Daiiliiirr It Norwalk It. It. Co, AO Detroit. HlllsilalK a, W lloiisntonic It, it. Co NaiiKiilui'k It. It. Co New iiuven Derby U.K. Co, Now Huvimi a Northampton. N. V., N. 11. i II. It. It. Co.... Shore Lino K. It MX a 9-1 Wl ltd 173 ISO H1.-.CKLLAN EOU STOCKS. Par nid Asked Now lluvi-n dim Llirht Co.... 55 SivJ Atl Now liavon Water Co to lulu licju Pck.8tow4WiU-ox as U fkvurlly Inauraiioe Co 40 86 BwlttCo IHU WV lou leiopnone cues, x rot uu is m Erie HU fS-'L M N. V.&N. J liM 97 99 Honlhern N. E UK) 78 P. S. ItubberprotorriHl.par.. UW 94 90 HA1LROAD BONDS. Duo Illd Askod II. N. Y.A.I,.- lisu Holyoke Wcsttleld 1st 4a... lull Housatoulo ConsolsSs 11(17 New Haven Derby 6s WIS New Haven Derbv 7s. lm New Haven Derby 8s 1900 New Haven N. 7s, 1889 18H9 New Haven 4 N. 7s, 1874 IBM N. H. N. Consols OS. . . 1IH N. H. N. 1st lie 1HU Now London Northern 1st 4. 1910 New Iionrinn Northern 1st 6s. 1U10 N. Y. N. E. 1st "a 1U,). N. Y.& N. K. 1st 83 19W N. Y. & N. E. at 89 1WN 107 99 118V iil 109 110 11s 111 no lllf liwve 101 107 115M 109 1(X 11 110 MIX 11X1 111 MIX lot) 1U N. Y..N. H.4 H.4 191)1 N. Y.. N. H. H. Dob. 4s 190S N. Y Pro v. Itoston 7s 1890 N. Y., Prov. & lioston 4 194J8 West Haven H. K. H. &s 19U IBCEIXANEOUS BO.VDJ. Due Tlbl Asked F. H. W. Co.'s 7s 189S 10114 New Haven City 7s 1901 Hsu New Haven Cltv 5s 1W 110 New Haven City 4s, sewerage 1911 103 New Haven City 38, " 1907 Now Haven Town 3VS Wii New Haven Town P. P. Issue 1919 97K New Haven School 4s. 191M 103 8.N. E.TelephoneSs 1908 101 M Swift Co. 9s 1910 104 103 STOCKS AO BOITDS. $1,000 West Haven Wlnohoster Avenue RR. 5 per cent. bond. $1,01)0 Union Faclilo RR. 6 per oent. bond. $3,1)00 N. Y.. N. H. H. RR. Co.4 p. 0. Dobs. $3,000 Middlesex Banking Co. debentures. 10 shs Boston Electric Light Co. stock. 25 sbs Swift & Co. stock. 15 shs N. Y.,N. H.Htd. RR.Co.stook. 60 shs Merchants' National bank stock. For sale by THE CHA8. W. SCRANTON CO., 3i Center street. SECURITIES FOB SALE. 20 shs N. Y., N. H. H. RR. Co. 0 shs United Now Jersey RR., guaranteed 10 per cent, by Penn. Rlt. Co. 25 shs Chi. June. Stook Yards prof. 50 shs ' common. 40 shs New Ha von Water Co. 10 shs Boston Electric Llirht 03. SO shs Morlden Britannia Co. 60 shs Peck, Stow Wiloox Co. SCshs Mtnn Fire Insurance Co. N $5,01)0 N. Y., N. H. & II. Hit. dobonture 4'l. KIMBEELY, ROOT & DAI. J BANKERS AND BROKERS, No. 46 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. Y. Stock Exchange, Prod uoe Ex. change and Chicago Hoard 01 ATaae, C. B. ISO I. MK II, Manager New llu von Uranoh. .nfluuinf nallwnv Stocks and ItnnJ. also Grain, Provisions and Cotton, Bought and bold on Commission. Connected by Private Wire with NewYork, Boston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. $20,000 To loan on Improved City Property, IN SUMS TO SUIT. H. G. WARREN & CO., 108 Orange Street. nrry burglary, fiee. UlN FORGERIES, by Hiaraa a bate in ihk vault of Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe, from FITS to SIXTY X DOLLARS. Absolute Security for Bonds, Stocks, Wills, Bunion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones, and all evldenoes of values. Aooessto vault through the bonking room of the KB. CHANlCffHANK, IX utauuca, COB. CEXTBB BTBXET. Courjon rooms for con vanlenoe of Datrona All persons Interested are cordially Invited to napeoi uie oompany s prenuaea. upeu inn la. m. to it p. m. 'AVomas n. TaoWBRTDOa, nesiaent, Ouvut S. Wbitb, Vice President, Chas, H. TBOWBBipoa, Boo, and Tress. BOOKS AND ACCOUNTS Of any kind examined, and prompt reports tnereon. Balance Sheets and Profit and Loss Accounts prepared. , F. W. SHILLITTO, Jt.vv-1 Professional Aooountant, V i. 1 " i '! Room 48, Uoadloy Bnllding, sl91y - MewlMTeft L'.H. Itulilmr pf.l C.H. CurUngtt I'j at U.a, Curungo Ui.,pl4 IA'k llay Mul. Uua Bl', l'iu.i.iit,,i'.1l. it to, Louis It Boulliurti It.niway II ' buulhvrn llullway pfd PiCf&lffif gutcrtainmeuts. HYPERION THEATER. "aturday Eveulug, Nov. 24, MR. HARRY BRAHAM IN MOSIJJS c3 SOX A MOoAIOlNIACW. Trlet ft, Tte; salo of aats now open, nil 41 HYPERIO THEATER Monduy Evenlni, Nov. 34, Miss Carrie Turner THE CHUSTOF SOCIETY. , . Prlurs-JI.OO, T&o. Bain of sr;nts now opnu. nSl 3t Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Nov. 22, 23, M, Matlneo Saturday, "YOUNG MRS. WINTHROP." h Comedy with a Great Cast. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, next week, Fay Foster Burlesque Co. theatre; THE GREAT EDDY FAMILY. Crwendo Brothers an 1 other vnoico specialties. Open from 1:J0 to tM aui ( li 1L. Admission 10oent. n30 California Excursions VIA Southern Pacific Co. LOWEST RATES. Also tickets for TEXAS, MEXICO. CHINA and JAPAN. Call on or address E. E. CURRIER, N. E. Agent, eod6m 9 Sta'o St.. Boston, Mass, EUROPE AND THE LEVANT. m a a furtcir rv . a , llL Held, Moss,, now of 7Ho l'utuain avenue, Ilrooklyp, N. V., wilt oonduot another Select Party this winter to tlio Aiores, Ejrypt, thd Holy Land, the Mediterranean Sea reilon, Southern Kurope, Pans and Ixindon, sailing from New York January 6, ISM, on tho mag nttlcent and fast express steamer "Norman nln." For particulars address as above. o30mtst RAYMOND'S VACATION EXCURSIONS. ALL TRAVELING EXPENSES INCLUDED. FLORIDA and CUBA. TWO GRAND TOURS in January, inolud. Inn visits to St. Augustlw tho Ocklawaha and St. John's Hi vers. Paint ka, Orinond, Tampa, Winter Park, R.ick:odifo, and Iake Worth, with prolonged stays nt the Hotel Ponce dc Leon, tho Tnmpa Bay Hotel, and the Hotel Royul Polnolana. THE CUBA PARTIES will sail from Port Tampa on the Olivette or Its mate of the Plant Steamship Line, and spend ONE WEKK IN HAVANA. SPECIAL TRAINS of Elegant PullmHn Ves. tlbuleJ Sleeping and Dining Curs will be em- ployed for tho rail Journeys. THE TICKETS permit the holders to pro. long their stay In Florida, If doslred, and to return North with any one of FIVE PAR TIES UNDER SPECIAL E-iCORT, or on ANY REGULAR TRAIN until May 31. Send for desorlptl ve book . RAYMOND & WH1TCOMB, 2M Washington street, (opposite School st,,) DOBLOIl. UHa OX, hotels. Hotel Monopole, (European Plan.) 14 and 16 Church Street. C1AFE and Ladies' Restaurant connected with hotel. WHOX LUNOHserved in Cafe. JelO MOSELEY'S NEW HAVEN HOUSE HAS added stoara and plumbing to all lt$ rooms en suite. Commercial men will find the location esod chilly adapted to their wants ; handy to the business dlstriot. nl BKTH U. MOSEL,Klf. VERMILYE & COM Bankers and Brokers. Dealers in Investment Securities, 16 and 18 NASSAU STREET, KTew York. Oity4 BRODE AND COMPANY BROKERS, St BROADWAY, NEW YORK. ) STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN COTTON, PROVISIONS, ' To keep posted you should hare onr Daily Market Letter, acknowledged by all readers to be one of the best Issued. OarexplanatoryPampnletcontauismuchvalnahla information necessary to success in Speculation. ALL SENT FREE ON REQUEST. Special Attention GiratoDiscretioiiaiyOrder. : Spacious and pleatanl roomtfor euetomert. COMMISSION Ml MARGINS 8TO& PER CENT, nSTuThSaSm , ' SECURITIES FOR SALE.' 60 shs V. Y N. H. ft H. RR. stook. . ' 1 20 shs Boston JUeotrla Light stook. 20 shs Amerioan Bank Note Co. stook. 50 shs Adams Express stook. . . - v 10 shs Swift & Co. 8 per oent. stook. r. i shs V. 8. Bubber pfd stook. $1,000 Middlesex Banking- Co. 6 p. cfc. bond. $1,000 South: N. B. Tel. Co. 6 per cent bon 110,000 City of Mlddletown, Conn., i p.o, bds. H.B.IiEllfTON&C04 Bankers and Brokers, ,' ". 80 ORANGE STREET, " ? ' .