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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29 181)4.
A woiAirnoFFEiro.
Some of The Aaonlet They
Needlessly Endure.
Ksrvousssss tni FersaU Weaknwsei
Ruin Many Lives.
These Poor Sufferers Have FoBo4 A
' Sure Way To Oct Well.
Female weaknesses ar man common
to-day than ever before. It la the
node of living ; - conetant work and
worry weaken the senrea and vitality,
and female wealcneea tfollowe, They
re delicate and cannot itand the
strain. Ae a result there ia pain, die
charge, euppreiilon, Irregularity, weak
back, Inflammation, bearing down, bad
taste In the mouth, loea of appetite,
falntneii, constipation, nervouineea,
leepleaineea and Irritability. There la
hope for you now, but ttiere will come
a time when It will be too late. Tou
nay get eome Idea from the following
strong. letter from Mrs. 8. Taylor, of
esi West 17th street, New York City.
"For years I bave been unable to
attend to my household duties owing to
severe sickness. I was troubled terri
bly with female weakness, suppression
of the menses for over six years, nerv
ous exhaustion, sleeplessness and gen
eral debility. I had coldness of limbs
and feet, and was In a helpless condi
tion, I feared I should never get well.
KBS. SOPRIS TAYLOR.
. "I had been under a doctor's care all
the time, but got no better. I was ut
terly prostrated, and good for nothing.
By the advice of a friend who was
cured by ,J. Greene's Nervura blood
and nerve, remedy, began using this
wonderful rnedlctne. .After taking It a
short time I was completely cured of
all my troubles'. 'My nerve strength re
turned, my fefriale " weakness '.entirely
left me, my nervousness ..disappeared,
my menses W-rejtrerid ie-day I
am a different woman, feeling well and
strong as? used tor? .;,'.
Such testimonials as these are al
ways the means of curing thousands of
suffering women wttio are wise enough
to accept the advice of those who have
been cured. Countless numbers of peo
ple all over the land have regained
their health by this wonderful remedy,
and are crying out to their fellow crea
tures to take Dr. Greene's Nervura
blood and nerve remedy, and be made
well and strong. It la not a patent
medicine, but the prescription of the
most successful living specialist In
curing nervous and chronic diseases,
Dr. Greene, of 26 West 14th street, New
York City. He has the largest practice
in the world,--and this grand medical
discovery is the result of his vast ex
perience. The great reputation of Dr.
Greene is a guarantee that his medi
cine will cure, and the fact that he
can be" consulted by anyone, at any
time, free of charge, personally or by
letter, gives absolute assurance of the
beneficial action of this wonderful
medicine. , . '
At TtfB tltB FIELD TO-MORXOW.
The Boardmans M Play the Milford
High School Team.
The Boardmans will play the Milford
high school at Tale field to-morrow at
10:30 a. m. The admission is 15 cents.
Bpardman will line up as follows: Left
end, D. Chamberlain; left tackle,' W.
Arvine; left guard, H. Streetef; cen
ter, A. Thorpe; right guard, G. Nettle
ton; right tackle, P. Lee; right end,
C. Clark; quarter-back, C. Thompson;
full-back, G. Barnes; right half-back,
Ik Gregg; left half-back, Captain P.
Clark, ;
tit WITB TTFttOXD FEVER.
X.MV. Davis ofjndson's Store Mr. McNeil,
Son of T. t, McNeil Mr. Wellman's 111
" ness. ; .
Ht W. Da?tY who has been for years
past with Hudson, the fruiterer, is 111
with typhoid fevef- at his home on St,
John street, Yesterday his condition
was much less encouraging.
'" Mfcr. McNle!) soil ot ex-Councilman Vlr
flril f , ittfNelV is Very ill with typhoid
fever at his horns on Wooster stneet.. :
Judge Callahan, who is 111 with ty
phoid feve?, la doing as wen as could
be expected, and good hope of Ms re
covery 'is entertained. " s.
i For over three, weeks, Walter Weil
nan of the Katldnal Folding Bo aoifc'
pany, has been Seriously 111 with ty
phoid fey,- He Beerflea to be 'gaining
the mastery of the fever, but pneumonia
has set la and his condition is how very
-cntttat a-.-'v.'
' 'v;' Afl Expre.s Train Held tTp. .
Guthrie, I.T.Nov. 2g-New has been
received that the Rock Island south'
bound express was held Hp near If Mob,
jndlaJ HrHtory, at 1 o'clock this morn
Ing'by eight masked men who entered
the express can' The passengers arid
guards, however, fought so bard that
the robS4ra wen driven. out without se
curing any plunder. . The fight lasted
half an hour and one or two trainmen
'jfrere killed, - t- .
rirxt xnovtAUD me it ovr.
Iipr Trat Orders lu .lUnaariaa Shut
Uo era 1 rMld.nl Hav.mojrer ;( It Is
Absolutely MeeMtary,
New Tork, Nov. It-Ths Evening
Sua to-night says; To-morrow will be
a blue Thanksgiving for ths employes
of the Sugar trust In the eastern part
of the country. Orders were Issued to
day from the headquarters of the Amer
ican Sugar Refinery In Wall street to
shut down completely all ths refineries
of the company In Boston, New York
and Philadelphia, Fifty thousand op
eratives will be affected by the closing
of the sugar work a
For some months past the sugar mar
ket has been very muoh depressed by
the demoralised condition of trade In
various parts of ths country consequent
on the war prevailing among the whole
sale grocers In Chicago, Indianapolis,
Clnolnnatl, Philadelphia and southern
points. Sugar was sold to retailers at
almost a song. It was a drug on the
market, for every dealer had loaded up
to his utmost capacity In view of the
prospective passage of the new tariff
law taking sugar off the free list.
- The result was that the Sugar trust
was compelled to contract Its opera
tions, reduce Its forces and curtail Us
expenses In every possible manner. The
refinery people had hopes, however,
that with the advent of the winter
months business would . brighten and
the market would b4 restored to its
normal condition.
When the elections were over, how
ever, the sugar people were given to
understand that Immediately on the
assembling of congress this 'Winter a
determined effort would be made to
pass the free sugar bill. This measure
had already been railroaded through
the house In the closing hours of the
session, and got as far along In the
senate as to receive favorable consider
ation at the hand of the finance com
mittee. In view of the poor state of the
finances of the United States treasury,
however, it was deemed wisest, as a
temporary expedient, to put a 40 per
cent flat duty on all sugar and not put
It on the free Hit all at once. Accord
ingly; the majority of the senate finance
committee took this view of the case,
and the senate adjourned with matters
in this state. Of course, when it con
venes next Tuesday this sugar amend
ment wlilr be among the first things to
be acted upon.
It la the knowledge of this condition
of affairs and the uncertainty as to
what will be done by the senate that
has disturbed the sugar stock on Wall
street, and practically compels the Su
gar trust to fall back to the last ditch
and close down their works complete-ly-
President H. 6. Havemeyer of the
American Sugar Refinery company said
this morning:
"The sugar business ' had been bad
for some months. We have been hop
ing against hope all along, and tried to
weather through the period of depres
sion, trusting that business might lm
prove and that we would Soon be able
to run our works to their fullest capac
ity; but everything was against" 0s. a
"The reaction that followed the pas
sage of the tariff bill brought about a
dull season, and the war among the
wholesale grooers in several sections
of the country still further tended to
demoralize trade. When to this was
added the excitement of an election
canvass, and the generaj report that
congress woum pass a rree sugar mil,
making all sugars free, you oaj readily
see that there were enough causes to
compel us to Shut down Completely.
"But we ran our works up to the
present time with a reduced force in
the hope, Mlcawber-llke,' that some
thing would turn up. Our faith in the
future has failed us, and, beginning to
morrow, we shalU shut down all our
works In Boston, New York, Philadel
phia and Baltimore. This will affect
60,000 operatives.
"We cannot do anything else. We
are sorry for our men, and have been
trying to ward off the blow all along.
But, the truth Is, we have been running
our works at a loss for several 'months
past. And It's time to eall quits now.
"The last congress is responsible for
the present situation, and If they pass
the free sugar bill at Washington, as
It la reported that they will, they will
kill the sugar Industry completely.
Things cannot be much worse than
they are now. There Is very little dif
ference between the prices of raw and
refined sugar, and there Is no reason
or justice in continuing a business at
a heavy loss.
"We must either have enough profit
to cover the bald expenses of carrying
on sugar refining or else go out of the
business completely. We cannot com
pete with the, wages paid in Europe,
and our men could not begin to support
themselves and their families at such
figures. And yet we are' asked to run
our establishments with only the mar
girl In refining that is to-be found be
tween the cost of raw and refined' su
gars, which , is how a trifle less than
half a cent a pound. ? -'
"No, the only thing for us. to do la to
shut down completely -liiltitf there la a
market for our goods and until we can
see our way to pay expenses. And I
can, See nothing cheering or reassuring
In the outlook at thS present moment."
"Do you anticlpae that' congress will
consider the matter when the fact that
the mills have been shut down becomes
known?" Mr. Havemeyet1 Was asked.
"Oh, I don't know," he answered
WeftHly. ; "We're deadt. they may bury
ia'.'." ' 7'V; ,T" ;':? ;,'':-
. WardGtvesPpBaseba.il.
N York, Nov. Sft-Joha M. Ward
has given up oasebaH for good. The
New York club has signed George Davis
as manager and captain for next sea
son, Bdth these announcements Were
made officially by Edward Talcott of
the New York club this afternoon. :'
Henry Kentv'e took.
Henry Keney, Who died at Hartford
recently at an advanced age, leaving a
fortune Of more than $1,004,000, had sev
eral strokes of exceptionally good luck.
On Was hut Investment of $?60 fat tile
stock , 6f the Hartford Flr( Insurance
company, in 1842. TbJs- stock,' after
yielding Mr. Keney 1124804 in Cash div
idends; ia at present worth more than
180.000. - ',
TO-DAY'S FOOTBALL GAME.
HAHVAHD'H KLKYKK TV-MEET III
fEHXDYLrAXMAS,
Principal Football Osme to Be ri.y.d
To-ltajr-How lbs Teams Will Probably
Line Up-ftimrtblug . bout Iks Vale Mm
-Jtrranw and Oreeaway WHt Hot I'ley.
The .Yale team lined". up yesterday
afternoon against the "Coiege". team.
All the players were ' out at the field
except Qreenway : and Jerremi, who
will not play with Princeton 'next Sat
urday. Jerrems' does not seem to re
cover as quickly as the other Injured
members of ' the - team.' ' Lutterworth
and Murphy were both out and look
ing well. The 'Varsity team siored
two touchdowns on the "College" team
during the afternoon. This Was the
last time that the team will line up
before the game of Saturday. To-day
the new signals and tricks will b
gons. through with. .. tprtday Ithe -team
will leave for New York and will stop
at the Hotel Plaza, . Instead of the
Fifth avenue hotel, as ' formerly.
The Yale Consolidated or'v,Coilege"
eleven will play the Syracuse Athletic
team to-day at Syracuse.
HARVARD VS. PBKNSTLf Airfa' 0-DAf.
Ths Interesting event In the football
world to-day will be the Harvard vs.
University of Pennsylvania game at
Philadelphia, The line-up, Including
the weights, will In all probability be
as follows:
HARVARD.
Name. Position. Welg.it.
Emmons left end 174
Wheeler left tackle 172
Mackte left guard 200
F. Shaw Center 200
N. Shaw right guard... 197
Waters right tackle 17ft
A.. Brewer right end 165
Wrenn quarter back 145
Hayes left half back 163
C. Brewer ...right half back 150
Falrchlld full back , 152
PENNSYLVANIA.
Name. Position. Weight.
Gelbert left end 168
Wagonhurst ....left tackle..., 175
Woodruff left guard 196
Bull Center
m
Wharton right guarcr.
Minds right tackle.
Rosengarten ..right end..
10A
,,.177
158
Williams ....quarter, back
165
Knipe left half back... ..us
Osgood ......right half back... 176
Brooke full back.. ..;,.... .176
The average weight of Harvard's Tush
line, therefore, is lSV 2-7 'pounds, while
that of Pennsylvania le 177, (Mus! giving
the crimson the advantage as far as
weisht Is concerned. Now for the Indi
vidual comparison, as given In the New
York Evening Sun, last night: Em
mons, who will line up against Rosen
garten, should, have no difficulty In tak
In care of tils opponent. ' Rosengarten
Is a good defensive player, but aggres
nlvplv he cannot be compared with Har
vard's captain Emmons is remarkably
quick in getting down the nela after a
punt, and also in breaking through and
tackling the backs. Then, too, in Inter
ference, experience and general knowl
edge of the- game, he Is easily Rosen
garten's Buperlor.
Wheeler.Harvard's left tackle In place
nf TTnllrvwAll Trhnse tnlnrlps will nrevent
him from playing, has Minds for his op-!
ponent, and will in all probability- be
outclassed by htm. ' Minds Is a fine of
fensive player, nor is he by any means
wanting in defensive work. Frequently
during the Cornell game he was through
his opponent and had his man nailed
before he could gain a foot, and very
few gains were made by Cornell
through him. Wheeler has undoubtedly
the making of a good player in him,
but with his short experience he can
hardly be regarded as a match for Penn
sylvania's sturdy tackle.
Coming to left guard we find the aid
vantage going to Harvard again, What
Mackie can do was shown very plainly
In the Harvard-Yale game, when he
broke about even with Hlckok, one of
the best guards In the country. In de-1
fenslve play , he Is probably about-the!
strongest man now on the gridiron,
and, though he is a trifle slow in get
ting through, he will manage to do so
more rapidly and frequency than
Wharton, his opponent. Wharton will.
also bave some difficulty in , dodging
that clever and exasperating style of'
holding which Mackie made use of at,
Springfield.
Bull, Pennsylvania's center, and F.
Shaw, Harvard's center.shoujd be about
evenly matched. Neither men are par
ticularly Btrong, and whatever advan
tage there Is will probably 'be with Hat-
vard, because of Shaw's superior weight
As between N. .Shaw, Harvard's other
guard, and Woodruff, his opponent,
the advantage will lie with the Quakers.
Shaw showed no .glaring' faults at
Springfield Chiefly e'causeTKe Was op
posed by a weak man. .-- . . . ,
. In Woodruff, however,, he wilt meet a
man who' has played, the game, for
years, who is heady and aggressive and
wH6 IS almost an Impossible jinafl for a
weak player to pass. Before him. Shaw,:
with his inexperience, his slowness andj
his uncertainty, will certainly be-lest
sight oft- --r-f;;'? i
At right tackle we again. find Waters
for Harvard. Wagonhurst Is his oppo-j
nent As to whom-the palm will - go
there can be no doubt. '-K'i A
Wagonhurst Is a good player, but pit
ted against S mart who has captained a
team, who is Considered One of the hm
star playeis of a better te,am j against ai
man who IS at Once a Strong, aggressive
and defensive pntyery ana One W
never knows when he is down ; h will
be badly out-classed, y ; .. V V; I
The same may tie said 6f A. Brewer
and Gelbert Brewer 1 Harvard's best!
end. He Is quick, strong and always!
intent upon his play, and Gelbert onl
the other hand, is one of Pennsylvania'!'
weakest tufit tine players, i
It Is thus seeil that, considered indi-j
virtually, Harvard Has the stronger me.
Back oC-tae linst' in the position of!
quarter back the crimson tlas again.
the better man In Wrenn, but in hsj
cases of an tne otner oaoxi the palm;
must be yielded to the Qu&ke, Knlpe'
Is a better Center backer than Btw-'
er. Of Osgood and Hayes, while Hayes
showed up finely in the Springfield
game, Osgood is by far the most bril
liant around-the-end runner, and as for
Brooke and Falrchlld, there is no com
parison. Brooke Is to-day the strbngest
punter In the country,' and Falrchlld,
while good at drop kicking, is very
weak in punting. This was shown con
clusively In the Springfield game.
With Pennsylvania so much stronger
behind the line than Harvard, how is
the crimson to wlnT It will be asked.
Simply In : this way. ' By her superior
rush line Harvard will prevent Penn
sylvania's ' backs from making long
gains by. rushes, 'and when Brooke
sentit tb ball sailing down almost to
her goal line Emmons. and Waters will
be able' to bod Pennsylvania's ends
long enough to enable Falrchlld , or
Hayes to carry H back some distance
to ward, the center ot the field before
he Is downed.
Then when, sooner or later, Harvard
gets possession of the ball well down
In the Quakers' territory, her team
work will enable her to do what her op
ponent can hardly hope to do at least
not as often by a fine system of Inter
ference on the part of her rushes to
either make It possible for her backs
to carry the leather over the line, or at
feast to get it near enough to permit
Falrchlld to kick a goal from the field.
The Quakers, too, will score undoubt
edly so though hardly In the same
way. v
Their touchdown. If touchdown It be,
must rather be looked for ns the result
of some brilliant individual work on
the part of Osgood, or possibly Gelbert,
which, taking the enemy by surprise,
will enable the ball to be deposited be
hind their goal. In the word ."individ
ual," moreover, may be found the rea
son why the Quakers may not, In the
ordinary course of events, be expected
to win.
One touchdown, the history of the
game as It is now played shows, may
result from an Individual that Is to
say, unassisted by team work play,
but hardly more than one. On the oth
er hand, experience also teaches us that
though an eleven be possessed of less
brilliant individual players, it may nev
ertheless be victorious where team work
is developed to a high standard. When
it Is considered what these two terms
Imply the reason for this Is obvious.
In the long run eleven inferior men
working as one can beat eleven superi
or players working, not together, but
as individuals. Not that Pennsylvania
does ot practice team work, for she cer
ts inly does. But her style of unison
play is not equal to that of Harvard.
Harvard has at last learned the art of
team play from Yale, and she is now
playing a game which, for systematic
interference and defensive work, is far
above that of the Quakers, and here
will lie the secret of her success.
From the comparison which has been
made of the two teams it is also possi
ble to predict te 'ascertain extent the
stylo of game each will play. Harvard,
with a strong center opposing her, will
undoubtedly confine herself chiefly to
around-the-end plays, in which she will
have the asslstance of two splendid end
rushers, one tackle and a quarter-back.
At times she wlH also undoubtedly at
tack Pennsylvania's right center, where
Mackie should pwe no difficulty In
making a hole for yie backs. .
Unless C. BrewctJ.fully recovers from
his Injuries she Is not likely to Indulge
In kicking only when she Is forced to,
for that was the way In which she lost
the game at Springfield. The Quakers,
on the other hand; are sure to depend
largely .on a kicking game, for with
Brooke behind theollne this will be her
strongest fort Then at Harvard's right
center, which is we$k, she will frequent
ly send her backs. Around-the-end
plays, except In the ease of tricks and
of Osgood, are not likely to be frequent
ly attempted by her.
The game will be played on the unl
verslty grounds, and begin promptly at
2 o'clock. Special provisions have been
made, and room for 25,000 spectators
has been arranged. This, however, it
is feared, will not accommodate the
crowd which will wish to attend.
Agpaulnntrd In Rio.
Baltlmore.Nov. 2f!.A cablegram from
Rio to-day announces that Max
Northman of New York baa been assas
sinated in that place. Northman was a
coffee buyer and. represented a promi
nent New. York coffee. . firm. He had
been in Rio about two years. ,
AT FIRST BAPTIST OHVnCB.
' Union Tlttilitlvlrt(f flervlee To-day.
. A union . Thanksgiving service of all
the Baptist churches of the city will be
held at the FIrBt Baptist church at 11
o'clock. The sermon will be preached
by Rev. J. A. Elder of the Hope Baptist
church. 'v'
Penonal. :
'; Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Brown, who have
been residing at the Elliott house for
the past few months, have returned to
Wnterbury.
; N. D.-Folsom goes- to Georgetown, S.
C., for the benefit of his health, which
has been very poor ot late. . He will re
main through the winter. , .
FOB SALE
ft she V. Y.1 N. It. k H. ttR.stook.
'.-Ashs Adams BxprewalsoaV, ':'
to shl Morris & Essex gtd. per oeat stock,
SO sbs American Bank Note Oo stock.
. MihsU.B. Rubber pfdrtook, j
10 lbs Boston fileotrle Light SMok. ,
tfXO Middlesex Banking 0b. p. ot bond.
' $1,000 South. It. ft Tel. 00. (I per cent bond.
110,000 City of Mlddletowa, Conn., 4 p.o. bis.
Bankers nd Brokers, .
; 88 ORANGE STREET. :
$so,ooo :
Tfynton (New Jersey) Ptssager
'T'-: :. Railway 'te." ?
First Mortgage Gold 6 Per Ct
?""' Bonds of 1931. V
.apriABii4 partWuisrs upoa apvUcarlon.
The phas. J
lb
KTEB
AgnltrorMebt.
V. O. Robinson Ik Co., the flour deal,
trs, 144 to 118 State street, yesterday
brought suit against the Swedish Bak
ing company located on Carrnel avenue,
to recover the sum of $200 alleged to be
due for debt for the purchase of flour.
Property of the defendant was attached
to cover the amount of the claim. At
torney Louis E. Jacobs )s attorney for
the plaintiff,
hmldenly Slrlrkin Blind.
South Norwalk, Nov. 28. William
Nash, commonly known as "Old Pop"
Nash, employed by the Tramway com
pany as night watchman, fell from a
pile of dirt last midnight but was ap
parently unhurt until a couple of hours,
when he suddenly beenme conscious of
the fact that his sight was lost.
It was found to-day thnt he had sus
tained an Injury to his spine, and it is
feared he has lost his sight permanent
ly. The engagement of Mr. Gustavo
Greenbaum of this city to Miss Bertha
Loeb of Chicago Is announced.
Ftnanctal.
A Uiiod Ural ol I l.m hararterlird I lie
Dealing-, at thf Opening:
New York. Nov. 28. The opening deal
ings at the stock exchange were chnr
acterlsed by a good dial ot firmness,
owing mainly to an advance of 1 per
cent In Northwest, to 99. The rise In
this stock was attributed to purchases
of about 10,000 shares for the account of
a leading bear operator. The general
list failed to sympathize to any extent
Improving only to H per rent. This
occasioned no little disappointment, es
pecially as London came In as a buyer
and took several thousand shares of
StPaul and other stocks. The rise only
seemed to serve tostlmulate those operat
ing for a decline to renewed efforts,
and in a short time the whole list de
veloped weakness. The decline was
gradual at first, but as the absence of
support became more marked the down
ward movement gathered force. The
apprehension of a most unfavorable
statement of earnings for October by
the Chloago, Burlington and Quincy
and the rise in exchange induced sell
ing for both accounts, and the fact that
the success of the government loan has
utterly failed to stimulate speculation
also acted as a damper upon the market.
Late In the day a rumor gained cur
rency that the Sugar trust had ordered
all the refineries In the combination
closed, and a sharp drive was made
against that stock, which dropped from
89 to 86. Officials stated after the
close of business that the rumor was un
true and that the refineries will be
closed only over the Thanksgiving holi
day. After Sugar the greatest declines
were 1 in Delaware and Hudson to
125, eX-divtdend, 1 in Lead, to 38
IX In Northwest, to 97H; 1 in Chicago
Gas, to 71; 1 In St. Paul, to 57; 1 In
Bock Island, to 60; 1 In Burlington
and Quincy, to 69; 1 In Lake Shore,
to1 133 and 2 In Michigan Central, to 97.
Final quotations Showed a recovery
of 14 to 1 'percent., the latter in LeaJ,
Among the specialties Consolidated Gas
advanced 2 to 125, and Pittsburg and-
Western preferred to 30, while
American , Tobacco broke 2 to 94
and preferred 1 to 108. The market
closed barely steady at the recovery al
ready noted.
Railway bondB were quiet and lower.
Sales were 2964,060.
Following are the closing prices re
ported by Prince 4 Whltely, bankers
and brokers, 44 Broadway, New York,
and 15 Center street, New Haven:
, Hid. Asked.
American Tobaooo (Jo 95
American Tobaooo (Jo. prd ltd
Amerioan OoWou Oil 0i 27 X
Amerioan0ottonO110o.,ptd.... 72
AmerkJttU Sugar KhUuIiih Uo.... s
Am. Sugar ttellulngUo.urd V3tf
AtoUl80'i,Xopolw3tUtai'6.... y,
Uiuaua Ooutuuro. S0g
Control of New Jersey... vi
OiiumipeaKe AOiilo Votlnjf Uts.. 17 K
Cbioago k Bast Illinois pt..
(Jbioago A iVortbwtxtern.. 97)4
Chicago. tJurUagloa Quluoy... dv
Chloago liau Co
CUioago, Milwaukee 4 St. Paul.. 67
Cmoago,.Iilwli)u4njt.Pauipfu.
Culoago lloolc Island Paoldo.. uog
Cuioago, t. e M. Umalia WJ
Cleveland, C. 0. A St J.oule 38
ColHuok.lng Valley it Toledo.. MX
ConsoudatedOas.. 1KU
Delaware Hudson Canal '1.H
Delaware, tack. Western im
Denver ttlo Urande pfd m
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liunoiedentral.... Stfvj
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laketoie & Western pfd To
Louisville Nali villa o!l
LoumulUe & NewAlbany M4
liouisvlllvA New Albauy pfd. ... 20
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Missouri. Kansas He Texas Dfd . . .
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tUX S't'OCKS. .
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New lliivnn & NorifiamuUm.
N. r.,N. II. & H. it. It. Co....
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SISC'EI.UA SI SODS STOCK.
Par nid Aiked
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New Haven Wauir Co 50 1UI
Peek. Wow a Wilcox.- Si
Beourlty Insuntiiuc Oo 40
SwirtACo 100 W
TelPjliouo t'bt. It Pot 1IU
Erie Iiki 624
N. V.4N. J 1(U 97
Southern N. K WJ 7
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New Haven Jt Derby A 1.U8
New Haven A Dnriiv 7. il 11 1
New Haven k Dcrly He 1M) u
New Haven & N. 7s. 1W 11,1
New Haven 4 N. "a. Ii74 1 110
N. It. & N. Connols M ll'M llrt vtf
N. H. a N, 1st Ae lull imi
Now 1omion Northern 1st 4s. 1I0 lot
New London Nonhurn 1st St. 1019 107
N, Y.A N, K. 1st 7s 11101 116
N. Y.4 N. B. 1st He mi llii
N. V.N. E.Sillta 10UI 103
N. Y., N. H. A H. 4s 1001 101
N.Y..N. 11.4 H. Deb. 4s HWT
115
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N. 1., I'rov. Boston 7i im 110
N. Y Prov. 4 Boston 4e 1W! 1UJI
West Haven II. H. II 6a 1BH 100
ISt'ELLASKOL'S BOND.
Dun Did Asked
F, H. W.Co.'s7 I
New Haven City 7s 1801
New Haven Cltv 6e 1W
New Haven City 4s, sewerage 1914
New Haven City 3le. " 10V7
New Haven Town 3xs...
New Haven Town P. P. Issue lm
New Haven School 4a. llM
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110
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108
STOCKS
INVESTMENT or BPECULATIOlf.
T. E. WARD & CO.
Bankers and Brokers,
SI ft SS Broaiway, Bew York City.
STOCKS, BONOS, GRAIN,
COTTON, COFFEE.
Bought anil sold for eagfa, or carried on I to 6 per
oeak miMYln. ComrolMlnii 1-18. '
IF YOU WA NT TO KKKP l'OSTID VOIT SHOULD
SKND FOB OUR DAILY MAKKKT LETTER,
WHICH TELLS VOU WHEIt TO SELL AS WELL
AS WHAT AND WMK.V TO BUY,
You ttiouM also itend for our CIRCULAR, which
given some valupM migwillnni la (lie wiy o.
avulillni; lonot. Ir yon will ex amino every ao
counc vnu ever bstl wiili-h thowM ynu a lou, and
tluin riKiire out what yon would have mtule fol
lowing our rules, you tvlll say your losseB were
unnecessary. , ,
We nnra Hie Inrgcut ojBrrt. employ more elerkt,
mire broken; ftoefl mnre jiWenfe ti-tre.t, ue more
teUvhnne,and lmreL larger n'imbcr vf customers
than any olnsr brolrsn' offlM tf tltt world.
If you an making money where youari. aont
cliHli. but If you are runnlnit behind, elve -up a
olisniv. If vnu are speculating In the Nl-.W YOPk
HTOCK ErCHANOB. olt et onee snrl try the
CONSOLIDATK1), wtirt' you can savf half t lie
e,m-it.ft'on, auf .nil of the :Dtees it you wish.
BOSTOV OFF'CE, W; It. Alliertson
Co. IS tate St., Itot'on, Mast. nlooodlra
0shs N. T.. N. H. A H. Hit. fX
COshs United New Jersey RR., guaranteed
10 per cent, by P6nn. KB. Co.
26slis Chi. June. & Stock Yards prof.
BOshs " oommoa.
4f shs Now Haven Water Co.
10 shs Boston Electric Light 0). ,
SO shs Meriden Britannia Co.
50 shs Peck, Stow & Wilcox Co.
2Cshs tKtna Fire Insurance Co.
$5,000 N. Y N. H. & U. UK. debenture 4's,
KIMBERLT, BOOT & DAY.
J
BAN KICKS ASO BHUIUIitUnj
No. 46 Broadway, New York,
AND
15 Center Street, New Haven.
Members N. T. Stock Ezcbanse, Produoe fix
cbange and Chloaso Board ot Trade.
C. U. HOLM KB,
Manaver Mew iiuveu liranob.
iinClassesnr Railway Stoeka and Bonds
also Grain, Provisions and Cotton, KougUt
and boiU on couuniaaion.
Connected by Private Wire with Mew York,
Boston and Chicago.
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
A SPECIALTY.
$20,000
To Loan on Improved
City Property, 1
IN SUMS TO SUIT.
H. C. WARREN & CO.,
108 Orange Street.
MTV BUKGLAEY, FIRE,
Uirl FORGERIES,
BY HIBINO A 8AVK IN THK VAULT 09
Mercantile Safe Deposit Go.
Annual rental bf safe, from FIVE to SIXTY
DOLLAH8. Absoluts Security tor Bonds.
Stocks, Wills, Bullion, Plate, Jewelry.Preoious
Stones, and all evidences ot values. Aooess to
vault through tbe banal ng room or theMlft.
CHAN1C8' BANK,
IHVUUUCH.COR. CENTER STREET.
Couiwn rooms (or convenience of Datrons
All persona Interested are cordially invited to
Qspect uie oompan r premieea, upeu irom.
It. m. to .p.m.
isoHAeiLXBOWBRiDOB, rresiaent,
OuyehS. Wnn, Tloe President,
Cbas. H. Tbowbmpob, See, and Treas.
BOOKS AND ACCOUNTS
Ot any kind examined, and prompt
reporta thereon.
Balance Sheets and Profit and Loss
Accounts prepared.
, F.W.SHILUTTO,
Professional Aooountant,
' ' Boom 48, Hondlor Dnlldlnsr, .
alt to New Hmi '
Pre Infill
?Tutcrtnlnmcnt6.
HYPERION THEATER.
Th:inksivlnj Itaf,
I Gala Perfor mnmm, arturuouu at I, evanlof
RICE'S SURPRISE PARTY
IN
Priees $l.,y, llstilejif seala now open. n3TH
Nitunlay Uveiitin. IL. a,
UN D Kit Til K AL'SPK-BS OK THE
Department of Musio, Yale University.
first tiiH'amnco in ibree yetiri or tbo
BOSTON
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
Mr. K.M1L l'AI'lt, l oii liu tiir.
Tlck"t with r. s.rv.d ni;i.UI,l nndTto,
aetiorillnir lo l iivituni. Halo nn tn Tumday,
Iiihi. 4. at Iho llyperinn Thiviti-r
4ir '. A. M.I.N. Mmutifor,
HYPERION THEATER
Htiturduy Kt'enlnir, luv. I.
SOUSA'S PEERLESS BAND.
John Philip Kii:u, I'liitilurl'ii'.
M'mo KrmicoM-a tlnthil-M lynr, S'.irann.
rLAYIN'O SOUSA S MAIiMiTIO MAKCIIES.
I'rlces-SI.Oj, Jic.
Pnte of sfnts now open. ti'JMt
TIIAMifttilVIXU l.V,
Afternoon ami livenluif,
IN THE TENDERLOIN,
Or, New York After Ml InljfUt.
Friday, Saturday, Nov. 3D, Deo. 1,
Mai In eo Saturday,
A. Y. Pearson' Great Production,
THE WHITE SQUADRON
To lal."
Extra Show Thauksirlving Day.
Open from hill to iM aud i to tl.
Admission 10 cents. n38
California Excursions
VIA
Southern Pacific Co.
LOWEST RATES.
Also ticket for TEXAS, MEXICO,
CHINA and JAl'AX.
Call on or address
E. E. CURRIER, N. E. Agent,
oodflm 8 Stii'ost., Doston, Mass.
Hotel Monopole,
(Europcuu 1'iun.)
14 and 16 Church Street.
CAFE and Ladles' UcHtuiirant connected
with hotel. UT HOT LUNCHtorved la
Cafo JclO
MOSELEY'S
NEW HAVEN H0VSE
HAS added stoam and plumbing toalllU
rojnis on suite.
Commercial men will find the location cape-,
dally adapted to their wants ; uaudy to tha
OIISIUCSH UlHil'lUt.
nl BETH H. MOSKLEV.
VERMILYE & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers.
Dealers in Investment Securities.
16 and 18 NASSAU STREET,
N"e-w York. Oity
COMMISSION BUSINESS.
We offer our services to the publlo to bn
uid sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, eto od
commissi nn.
Our experience and extensive aoqualntanoa
enable us to buy and sell well, liu&inesa 10
llclted. HBspectfully, ,
W. & R. F00TE,
apSOt.r
430 State Street.
National Tradesmen's Bank,
NEW HAVEN, CONN,
Draws Bills of Exchange
ow
Alliance Bank (Limited), London,
Frovlnciai Bank ot Ireland, Dublin,
Union Bank of Scotland,
Credit Lyonuulg, Paris.
And on all the Principal Cities ot Europe,
lasnea circular Letters of Credit Available)
1'hroughout Europe. ,
OEO. A. BUTLEK, President. ,
WM. T. FIELDS, Cashier.
BRODE AND COMPANY,
BROKERS,
Sr BROADWAt, NEW ' YORK,' '
STOCKS, BONDS, QRAfN, i
COTTON, PROVISIONS.
To keep posted you should haveottr Dally Market.
Letter, acknowledged by all readers
to be one of the best issued.
OureiplanntoryPampDletcontalnmniichTalnable
information necessary to success in Specidation.
ALL SENT FREE ON REQUEST.
Special Attention GiyentoDlscretioimprflert
Spaciou and pkatantrama for customers.
COMMISSION 1-J MARGINS S TO 5 TBS CEST"
nS TuThSa 8m
Co-operative Savings Society
. of Connecticut. '
Six Per Cent. Coupon Stock.
Redeemable nt par at youi option; all
any time after one year. ..- i
. Ali funds l,one4 on Qrst mortgage on
Improved town and city property in
Ootmeotiotit. ' ""- "-- s
Denominations $100. $200,. t500.an4
1,000, . - V.
n21eodtf
817 OHAPJBL STBKKT.
.a a. -. A , A A,, A 4,.4J.,.l.t,t
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