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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20 1&U4.
BYRNES WAS ALSO BRIBED tarn mud or tub hew route ro- ZICM TOOK HVSH MOXKX, Whw Ha ill Captain Battle Ban raid U U Wardman, Mow Capiala ftlevla, On Hundred Dollars a Month While khe Conducted a IMordrrly House. New Yorlc, Dec 18. One of th first vlsltore before the Lexow committee this moraine wm Inspector Alexander 8. Williams. AH the police Inspector; with the ex ceptlon of Inepeotor McAvoy received ubpoenea to attend. Police Justice Voorhls will take his place on the stand In order to "vindicate" himself from any connection wlthi the promo tion of Captain Creeden, for which $16,000 was paid. Captain Strauss and ex-Captain Cross came In a few minutes before the ses sion began. They had hardly taken their seats before Captains O'Connor, Murphy and KUIllea entered the room, so that there was quite a galaxy of the "Finest" present when Chairman Lexow called the committee to order. It was just 12 o'clock when the chair man rapped for order. Inspector Wll Hams hakl been excused previously by Air. Goff. Dr. Owen X Ward was then called, lie said he was visiting surgeon at Governeur hospital and bad called to see John Martin at the request of the committee. He found Win completely paralyzed on the left side and partially paralyzed on the left arm and leg, Mr. Martin also talked disconnectedly and witness came to the conclusion that not much reliance could be placed in what he said in his present condl tlon. The witness said that Martin was not mentally capable of undergoing an ex- amlnatlon. Lawyer Goff said he wished to have ft noted on the minutes that Thomas Bradley, an ex-roundsman of the twenty-ninth precinct, who Is now re ceiving a pension, Is also ai war veteran end is also chief of police of the city of Norwalk, Conn., wearing five stripes of service from the New York police, Policeman Intermann was again re called. Mr. Goff asked him, had he thought over his testimony ankS did he wish to affirm or take it back. "I'll take it back," said Intermann. "When you swore you did not give up part of the money did you swear to what was true or untrue?" "I swore to what was untrue. thought to save my friends, Vail and Taylor." Vail was the wardman who collected the money and Taylor was the ser geant. The witness volunteered the state ment that first he gave up half the money he received from the American Steamship company, and when Schmltt- toerger came he had to give up 25 out of the $40 a month. "Can you tell me," eald Senator O'Connor, "why policemen come on the stand and swear falsely?" : "We stand by each other," said In termann. r " i i f f' "There's an Implied obligation to Bo so.' ' i John Marriott, agent for the society for the prevention of crime, was called. He was agent when Gardner was ar rested. ' He stated that he and an agent namer Ryan, while Gardner was lm prisoned, were deputed to Inquire into the real estate owned by police officers in the city. He and Ryan went to Sir perUntendent Byrnes' house. The wit' ness said he rang the bell of the super intendent's house and a girl let them in. They waited In the back parlor. superintenaent tsyrnes came in a short time afterwards and he asked what we wanted. I replied that I had a letter for Mrs. Byrnes. He took me by the collar and' threw me into the front parlor. Then the superintendent called Frank Manhigan, central office detective, who was in the house, and told him to tele phone for two officers to arrest me. He said: "I know you are a marked man This is a felony. Then Byrnes asked me to tell h'tm all I knew about the Gardner case and said If I refused me would send me up for ten years. He kept me a prisoner in the house for three-quarters of an hour. The witness eald (he then told Byrnes ell about the Gardner arrest. "You had no right to tell him as you were a secret agent of the society,"J aara Jar. moss. "He forced me to tell him." Chairman Lexow said that he thought Superintendent "Byrnes, as head of the ( detective pureau, had a perfect right to find out the true facts of the Gardner Sergeant TaiyJor was recalled to the stand. Mr. Goff read an interview, in whldh Inspector Steers is represented tp: have said that Sergeant Taylor's evidence concerning him was a tissue of lies and! was animated by personal animosity. . Witness said he had no feeling of animosity towards Inspector Steers. He admitted that h h.n on Inspector Steers on Saturday night, but denied that he had asked him to use his influence to have his subpoena withdrawn. ,. He did hot say he would make it hot for Steers if he did not use ms influence, - TajUor.said: ,'1 have the Aindest re gards for tlhie Inspector. I went to his house on Saturday evening , and told him I was going before the committee and that I was) going to tell the truth. He, saldf 'You are not going to drag ana i saaa i was going to tell tne xrurn, - He asxea me m to see Mrs. Steers, but I refused and went away. That fs alt that toot place." "Why did f : you go to f Inspector Steers?" "Well, I wanted to tell him that X. was going to tell Una truth. I knew h 'would understand what that meant" . " . Witness said that it was the under standing that the money collected from the i patrolmen should go to a higher police authority, so that these patrol men should be allowed to remain on their docks, and the money was given Inspector . Steers, , so that these ; men Should do duty on their respective docks. The witness satdl the money was given as a bribe. . He had not spoken 1o anybod since yesterday about his testimony, although he was approached by several peraone, ' - Taylor said he toad a conversation iwlth Inspector Steers "when Captain jMIaire was appointed in reference to the money and the Inspector told wit ness to collect the money, put In an en vetopo marked "Street Cleaning Re port" and place It in the drawer, Steers never told him what be did .with Ah money, Ex-Inspector . Steers was present when Vh committee met. He was served with a subpoena. There were rumors afloat that Indictments had been found against Policeman Inter' mann and others. Assistant District Attorney Lindsay again held a confer ence with Mr. doff. Captain A. J. AI lairs took the stand, lie said he had Doen on the force twenty-nine years and a captain since 1867. Hs moved to Harlem in 1874, but Hved there only wires months. He paid 1800 a year rent. He then moved . to Attorney street, where he lived! until 1883. He bought the house at 143 East Nine teenth street, paying , 118.000 for It 112,000 of which was In cash. He paid off the 16,000 mortgage In two years, He sold the house in 1892 and got 118,500 for id He bought a house on Ninety first street In 1891, paying $12,000 for it, SD.000 of which was In cash. He sold the other house and! paid off the mort gage. He never had other real estate than his home, the savings of forty years. There were two other persons of his name In the city, one was con' stantty buying real estate and the other was constantly getting in debt. Wit ness said, including his real estate he was worth about $34,000 in 1892. Neither his Wife nor daughter held any certify cates of trust. Nor did they own any real estate. In reply to a question as to whether he ever had a pet wardman, he replied he once took "Jack" Wade with him. Frank Wilson was detailed for special duty (on Gfand street He never heard that the wardman was the col lector except through the newspapers. "Frank Wilson," said Mr. Goff, "Is worth a good deal of real estate; he has left the city. Can't you explain that?" "No sir." The witness said he never had Wilson as a wardman. "Did you ever know a woman named Mrs. Martin?" The captain paused a long time. "Why, she visited your house." "No. She never visited my house." The witness flushed hotly as he snapped at his questioner. Such women as Martin, he declared, he never per mitted to enter his house. The captain asked to be allowed to explain about the disorderly houses in the Tenth precinct. During his time In the precinct, he said, there -. were about 65.0C0 arrests made, of which num. ber 28,000 were women. "These arrests," said the captain "were made through raids of houses and arrests on the streets." 'Did you say it was not in your pow er to suppress the evil?" "It was not in my power to suppress the evil In my precinct." "Have you any idea how much money was collected from those disorderly houses?" "I never Knew any money was collected." The captain, in reply to Mr. Goff. said ne could not give the number of mur ders or robberies that had been com' mitted whllei he was in charcre. Whar-attemptfdid ymi'tnakeo stto press the disorderly houses?" "We raided them." "In order to obtain more blood mon ey? ' "No, no, no," emphatically. The witness said he remembered Spencer's saloon on Hester street, but aid not recall a murder there. "A bartender named Murphy killed a man in the saloon." "I do not remem ber." 'Now, captain, 'Chick' ' Murphy was not arrested. He is living in New York to-day. Don't you know that Spencer was one of Superintendent Murray's bondsmen and a personal friend, and that' was the reason the murder was hushed up?" "I know nothing about it." Senator O'Connor expressed surnrlae because the district attorney had not taken the matter up. "The district attorney." said Mr. Goff, "cannot go out and detect erimn. He relies on the captain of the precinct to supply him with evidence."' .; t The captain denied that the ere. goods men had a footing in the pre. clnct. ,i "What did you do to earn your sal- ary?" "I made 65,000 or 75.000 arrests." How many. Christmas presents did you receive?" "None." Then the witness said!. "Hold on. 1 may have received some." "We have proof you received Christ mas presents every year from liquor dealers. "Anybody who swore that swore falsely." , "Since you have been aptaln of the steamboat squad have you heard any thing or your , men giving up half of tneir pay to a superior?"' i.'i-.'i "I heard it for the first time to-day. read It in the papers." , -v "Sergeant Taylor lias sworn he put money in an envelope marked 'Street Cleaning Report1 containing. $200 ,1ft, a drawer of the sergeant's desk. bVyou know anything of that envelope?' "I do not" -, ''"V; ' Hattle Ross, a young colored woman, who used to run. disorderly houses, next took the stand. "How much a month did you give the wardman?" she was asked. . "One hun dred dollars," she replied. ' , . ' "Who was captain then?" "Superin tendent Byrnes was captalra whei I had the'houseat No. 21fl Wooster "street." "Whom did you pas' then?'? ."Slevin, the wardlman. I gave him $25; a month' for two months." Witness said . that whew Byrnes left Captain Brogan came and. shia also paid during his time. ; " "You paid Wardman Slevin that you might not be pulled?" "Yes- air." . ' , Slevin is now a, captain, '.vi is j ;t- Witness said she had also Went a house in the Tenderloin, district. -i Ward man Powers called on me then," said she, "and I paid him $25 once. Captain ReJlly,wa in ohanre." She said she also ran a house in West Flfty-aecontfl street, It was a $10 house. Captain McAvoy was ; In command there. She visited the captain and he refused to allow such a place to run in his district Witness said he made a great deal of money, but lost tt playing policy. How- much' aid Ai. Adams get?" "$4.7,000." - Witness said she kept six different houses In the Tenderloin district and In the twenty-second precinct and) was never raided or pulled for six years. An adjournment was here taken. , WALUWOKB. sasasaMSBssw Mrs. ThomM uf Cook Hill was the victim of a sleek-looking young swindler yesterday, who worked the "envelops gams" and got $14 of her money and decamped. Mr Butler cam over to town after Officer Rellly to arrest the man, but of court the Journey was useless, as one of the resi dents of that vicinity saw the man, af ter hs came away from Mrs. Butler's, get Into a carriage with a young lady and drive away. ' ' Landlord E. M. Smith of the Walllng ford hotel has sold out his business and entire stock of trade to- R. Von Mlnden bf Dunellen, N. J. The new proprietor is a. wealthy German, who was for years engaged in the music printing and publishing business, and enters Into the hotel business from a choice and not necessity. He has made an offer of $12,000 to a a Parmolee for the hotel building and property on Cen ter street Mr. Parmelee's figures are put at $16,000. ; The Inlvltatlons were sent out yester day for the marriage of Frederick Al bert Conklln, one of the popular mem bers of the Ramblers' Cycls club, and Miss Sarah Annls Bagnall, daughter of Mrs. Thomas Bagnall of Taunton, Mass. The ceremony will take place on Tues day, January 1, 1896, at 3 o'clock. In St. John's church, Taunton, Mass. The bride-elect formerly resided In this place. Acting under instructions from the board of burgesses, Chief Engineer Smith has called a special meeting of the Are department In the. Hubbard hose house this evening to select can didates for the offices of chief engineer and second assistant to fill vacancies caused by the resignations of Chief Smith and Second Assistant Michaels. Simpson, Hall Miller & Co., the Simp son Nickel company,. Maltby, Stevens & Curtis company and the German sil ver department of R. Wallace & Sons will practically shut down Saturday for the usual vacation and Inventory. Hall & Elton & Co. and the sterling silver and steel departments at R. Wallace & Sons' will run until next week Saturday. The German "Eintracht" will have an entertainment and supper at the Wallingford hotel on Wednesdaw even Ing, December 28. . E. M. Smith sates Cat he has not as yet decided upon future action, but will for the present remain In Wal lingford and enjoy life. Dr. J. D. McGaughey and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cannon attended the Beach-Cannon wedding In Meriden last evening. Clifton J. Morse will on January sever his connection as traveling sales man for the Gutta Percha Rubber com. party of New York. Miss Metella Brockett starts on Sat' urday for Philadelphia for an extended Visit" - - ' "; - ' Mrs. Adah Bristol of Bristol avenue is home from a visit to Canada. The schools close Friday for the holi day vacation,. .; 1 ..r,JdOi.IMatUn :.was, under the vers cold. Fred J. Hall of Whittlesey avenue is confined to his home by illness. G. . K. Carrlngton's familiar face is again aeen.a't J. W, Lane'; .store tjijs week until after Christmas. . , 0. E. Morris leaves here .Friday for New-York and will start Sunday for Chicago. ::, v. . , Boy ' Evnrina;. The first entertainment given by the Y. M. C. A. to the boys of New Haven wae held last evening In their gymna sium. There were two hundred pres ent." The' program ; began at 7:30 and lasted until 9 o'clock. The, fdllowlng gentlemen contributed: . Songs Mr. Dryden W. Phelps. Whistling solos Mr. -Charles-. W. Rowe. ' .,. k Readings Mr. S. Husted. ... Violin Mr. W. Fitzgerald. Piccolo Mr. W. Sutherland. Piano Mr. B. T. Stlckney. Drum solos Mr. Burns Moore. SongsMr. E. A. Beulah. The numbers were much enjoyed, as was evinced by the desire for encores. WABBZSGTOX'S BIBT8DAT. Meeting To-night to Arrange For a Cele- br i tlon Sixteen Societies Represented. This evening at 8 o'clock in rooms1 10 and 11 city hall the general committee on celebration of Washington's birth' day of 1895 will, hold Its. first meeting. adoui sixteen societies wiH be rep re sented by delegate Appointments not before reported are as follows: Admiral Foote Woman's Relief corps no. 3 Mrs. Elmlra - F. Belden, Mra Frances Hull, Mrs. Nancy Howell. Colonel Ellsworth command No. ' 3, Sons of War Veterans Lewis P. Hur ley, E. X Mofloy, William Applegate. . GRACE CBVItCH BAZAS. Under the Ansplees of the Ladles Aid . - . Soelety. . The Ladies' Aid society of the Grace Methodist church opened a two nights' bazar in Warner hall last evening. The hall was handsomely decorated, The following ladles were In charge of the several booths: Candy Mrs. Schroeder, Mra Nalr. Mrs. Waterson and Mrs. Lam son. Fancy work Miss MoEendrlok. Miss Travers, Mra Shaw and Mra, B, Ack- ley.v ', . i- ' Flowers Miss Goodwin Miss Snow. Miss Jones, Miss Woodruff, aad Miss Holt - ' Donation Miss Gibson, Mrs. Beauk ler and Mrs. Stone. s Canned fruit Mra . Harris and Mrs. E. Jones. Lemonade Miss Moorhead and Mra' Fred Root Cake Mrs. D. Ackley and Mrs. Bull, c Ice x creamMrs. Stoddard. , Japanese Mrs.. Garlock. .Mrs. Lyons,' Mra . Treahau. . The fair will continue this evening. Win Bide a Hone. Governor-elect .O. V Coffla sHH.not go afoot or In a carriage -when on parade with- his staff, ' as his prede cessor has done during his adminis tration. But be will represent the military authority, of Ob state on, horseback. - , i , 1 GUILFORD'S POULTRY SHOW KOTABI.K ftVCCms OS- TJIK BBOWm. Aour a es nit ed bikdh. The Roetetjr't Sacond Oram! Kiblblt Peo ple Cane from Mile Arnunlt-Naw Ha- trontly Kopreaeated.Haay Mew Htm rrlta. Guilford's poultry show Is an un questionable success and hundreds at tended It yesterday and the day be fore. The show closes to-day. People came to enjoy It from miles around and wsnt away highly satisfied. The exhibit Is both an extensive and most creditable one in all respects and fully eight hundred birds being on exhibi tion. The show Is held In Guilford's pretty new town hall. New Haven was largely represented at the exhibition yesterday. Among those present from this city were: Presldunt Ensign of the New Haven Poultry association; B. L. Jones, the cigar merchant: C. P. Jordan, wlnned of prlaes on a hundred well fought fields where fine poultry predominated; F. E. Edwards, C. W. Bunnell, E. A. Todd, Albert Storer and others of note in New Haven's fine poultry raising. Many prizes were taken by New Haven exhibitor C, P. Jordan won nearly everything of fered on Polish bantams and silver seabrighta President Ensign took six teen or seventeen prizes on his four varieties of game bantams, C. W. Bun nell several on game bantams, F. E. Edwards most of the prizes on white Leghorns, Albert Storer, all but one or two on Plymouth Rocks, A. N. Farn- ham, several on ducks and geese, E. L. Jones, seven prizes on golden Polish. George H Burkitt showed white Leg horns and great attention was centered on his bone cutter exhibit. F. E. Fowler of Meriden, a member of -the New Haven- association, had a large exhibit of Leghorns and rose combs. Captain Pease of Mlddletown showed Brahmas and cochins. C. W. Lord showed fine buff cochins. ePople from Clinton, Branford, Meri den and various other towns were among the visitors. President Ensign of the New Haven association last evening warmly com plimented the Guilford society on Its exhibit, which he said, was one of high excellence and a great credit to the town. HEW HAVE if C. E. VlION. First Social of the ' Inter at Wett Haven M. K. Church Laet Mght. The first social given by the Christian Endeavor union of this city was given at the West Haven M. E. church last evening. The reception committee consisted of members of the New Haven union, who had provided a very pleas ant entertainment The program' was as follows: Remarks by the pastor Rev. N. Ed wards. " Piano solo Miss Maltby. Recitation Mrs. Holilster. Duet Mra Brown and Miss Beers. Piano solo Mrs. Brown. Recitation Miia.7 Cudney. Piano solo Mrs. Beers. After the entertainment the time was spent in social enjoyment A light lunch and refreshments were served. Among those present were Miss Kate I. Donovan, ex-eeeretary -of the New Haven Christian' Endeavor union; Mr. Fred Bostwlck, ei:-presldnit of ' the unilon; .Miss N. Sj,fBralnerd, secretary of the union; Mr. , John Warner, Miss L. M. Wadsworth, Miss N. J. Wads worth, Charles D. Sherman, Rollln C. Horsfall, the Misses Blackman and Sanford, Charles P. Walker, A. Whlt- tlngton, Louis Bennett, Arthur Humls ton, John Allison, Miss Lottie Bost wick and Miss Florence Allison. parllnoe to Raaica, Boston, Deo. 11. Ensign Miller, junior officer of the steamer Enterprise, and Instructor In mathematics, and gunnery, has received notice that his resignation would be acceptable. In answer he declined to resign, tntlmat Ing that If the commissioners desired to get rid of Mm that they had only to apply to the navy department for bis detachment from the Enterprise. U nndreda of Petitions PreaentMt. Washington, Dec 19. Mr. Blair of New Hampshire presented to the house to-day several hundred petitions from various sections praying for the pass age of bis resolution for the l.ivestlga tlon of acts of violence and lynohlngs alleged to have occurred on account of crlma Ftnanctal. (.peculation Ma. U e a..d 1'rioee Ment Downward. New York. Dec. 19. Speculation at the stock exchange to-day was quiet and the tendency of prices, except in a few Instances, was downward. Chicago and Consolidated Gas were In" demnad, the former rising 1 to 7214 arid 'the tatter to 1314. ' Subsequently Chi cago Gas reacted: to 71 H. hut. Consoll dated left off at the top figure. Chi cago Gas was bought on seml-ofllclal statements that the regular dividend will be declared, and Consolidated Gas on rumors that the East River com pany had passed Into the bands of the latter company. The securities of the East River Gas company were also in sharp demand, and the common closed at 34 bid against 30 asked. This stock is not dealt In at the board. American Sugar was a weak spot, and fell under moderately heavy sales from 91 to 89. The reduction In the price of granulated of one-sixteenth cent per pound and fears of adverse legislation by the senate account for the weakness of the stock; Distillers was heavy, selling down to 8's on the publication of the official circular, which clearly shows that an assessment can not be avoided. The railway list lacked support and the grangers lost & to per cent. The selling was most prominent In the case of St Paul. On rumors of a reduction In (he dividend on Jersey Central the stock sold down to 92. Reading touch ed 13, the lowest point for a long time. Speculation closed barely steady with prices from to 1 per cent, low er than yesterday's finals. American Sugar and Jersey Central Bcored the greatest losses. In the inactive stocks Cordage common sold down to 7, Cordage preferred 1 to 13, guaranteed V4 to 22, and American Tobacco 8V4 to The bond market was weak. Sales; were $1,634,000. Following are the closing, prices re ported by Prince & Whltely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New York, and 15 Centtr street New Haven: Bid. Aaked. 06 19 24 893i . 4 1VM American Tobacoo Co Ufl American Touucoo Co. Did Iu7 American Cotton Oil Co H( American Cotton Oil Co., p td American Suirar Uelliilntf Go Ain.autfar neanins jo. pra. . AtoliiBoi.Topeku Suuta Fe Canada soutuern, Central of New Jersey. Cueaapeuke &Ooto voting Qto. 8U 8HJ4 SO m Security Insurance Co. OF NEW HAVBN. , OFFICE 87 CENTER STREE, CaihAueto July!, 1894, S8O,Q3,40. numerous: Cbas. S. Leete, Cornelius Pierpont, Jas. D. DeweU, A. C. Wiloox, H. Mason, Joel A. Sperry, . E. G. Stoddard, , B. B. Merwln, Wm. K. 'lyler. . John W. Ailing. x. Attwater tsarnes. CHA8.& LEETE, , H. MASON, Prlrlni". AtVtrafa J. D. DBWELL, H. 0. FULLER, Vloo President. Aas't. Seorttarr. lal eoa 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 1100, (200, 500 and 1,000. J. JS. LMKAS, . nMeoJtf 817 CHAPEL STREET. M. B. NEWTON & CO. . BANKERS AND BROKERS, 86 ORANGE STREET, Clucaito Si East Illinois at d Ctiloaifo & Nortuwustern.. 97M Chioug-o.rijr.Iiitfton & ijulnoy... 71', UlilcugoUiisCo 71M Omoago, Milwaukee & St.. Paul.. Sifi Ctncaito. Milw'kee & St. Fan i uM. llu v. Cniougo Hook Island & PaolHd.. ISl Uiiieatco, St. P.. 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' 8X- 140 110 3 105 . ma J ?2 . 7 718 Jl.V 5S 39 h l;a ll!84 8DH 17 7S 61 7H Si 26X i;i?i UStYi 10f ie 9D! Si m 20 17... 38 8T 23 4 1H5S 1DJ 9 6 .in? 88K m in 113 115 7 87H A lUtOAD STOCKS. Par III n . y.A. L.prfrrl.... lufitn JJutroli, niili. S. W..7T. Houaaliiiiia it. U. U Nauirittia-k It. It. Co W Haven Dorbr It R. Co. New lluTt-u Niirlfiaiuiitou. N y.. N. H.4H.H.R.C0... bboreUnsJttt Aaked HU M l SI HU . lul 114 1IU M 101 194 KM 1MI 17 U - HSUKLLAMBOIJS STOCKS. Par 1114 Asked K-w llawti On Uwm Co.... New llv.-ii tt'nuir Co Petk,8tow4Wlloo Bwnirlty iiMurauoeOo HwirtCo. Tel'jjlioiie Chea, Pot N'y.'i'ii.'j.";:."!"";;;; U.S. Hubber preferre4,'par.' 11MM Mi M nj AS W i .VI 50 lUIVt 411 HU POli1 HU 4H HU Sltf HU H7 HU 7H UM T KAIUIOA0 BQHOK Due MM Asked . N. y. A. L.A luiiTw - lull M 11(17 llli iwit m iU 111 114 1UU 108U 1U mt no lmt no ll" lisv IHH im in 1114 ins UK Holyoko Westnold kit 4a. HuiiMitniilo tVinaniaJe New Haven Derby as..... New Haven tt Derby 7... New Haven Derby fta New Haven AN.Ta.ISM.... 5ST.1"r,on, ".T..UI74.... 2' H-S S-pla oa... . n. II A M la, A. New London Northern "l't ii.' Will S9?;if5,t,l!nNon,Uerolst6e. IU1B HIT H- X'N.-!51"" I 1IT G-f-25-'"t. im mix Sv-SSiff-4." 1901 mi v-v-Kli'-tt-,)"b MH m' v"u r"f !t4nTi INW 110 West Haven H. R. R. 6s mi luj ISCtLLASSOtn BO.VDS. B"" nM Asked I. I . New Haven CHyTs im 11(IJ New Haven City 5 W 100" New Haven City 4s, sewerave 1814 103 New Haven City Sifs. - WOT i gew HavsnTownaifi... - im New Haven Town P. P. Iaauo lir wZ ?eJ H"n Sohoolja, 1HK loj Swift Co. M " fuS lot CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO THB OIL COOTET. White Star Line Drafts for one pound and upwards sold at lowest rates Dy M. B. NEWTON & CO., 86 Orange street dS Mt STOCKS AND BONDS. 60 shs Swift & Co. 50 shs New Haven Water Co. 10 shs American Bank N te Co. 25 shs N. Y N. H. A H. Hit. Co. l.(U New Haven & Wlnohreitar Annua PI Co. 5 per cont. bond. 6,000 New Haven St Winchester Avenue RR. 3.i 00 Housatonlo RR. ti. R nnr npnt. hnnA 5.000 Southern N. E. Tnlnhi,no Cm k nor ,TV. . ' " ururiiium. 5.000 Washington School District, Hartford. Conn., 4 pi r cent, bonds. o.iaw n est Bhoro HH. Co. 5 per cent, bonds. For sale by H. C. WARREN & CO., Bankers, 108 Orange street. WheeunnftLakelfii-lepfd 4o Wisconsin uenuat.'n Adams Hixpress Amerloan fixoress. ... United States Express. .... ... . . Weus-ifarge. U.S.Uabber........ U.S. Rubber pfd.i... U.S. Cordage Co................. U.S. Cordage Oo.,pra... Bay Statu Ua .. ........ M. , , m rZ,. Ctn.. Ohi. ft St. Louis. . .. .. 16 BoutheraiWlway..-.......,.... lltf iouthem Railway iWd.'...,.,....:. 7 , , .. .. .,-:, -r. . . Government Bonds. Following are the quotations ; for United States bonds' at the call to-day: Ext.Ss, reg ....... 97 4,reg.,180I.... .... ................ 114 $U4 4e,ooup., 1901. 1K440116K New5a,rog.,1904. ...,...,.. U8(j118k- New5s, ooup., 104.,..,. j.i.w...''. llSJCtfllsS Currencys.l895,. 100 0 OurrenoySa 1898.,.....,, ...,,. ,m u. Currency 8s, 1897.... .v,.i,. ....... 'H a Ourreney 8s. 18W.,.Mj,.,.,.,.4, 108 -Curreney 'Ss, l(X.in..-",,' 111 a NEW HAVEN hOCXL QUOTATIONS, Furnished dally by Ahbsray, Boot Dat Bankers and Brokers133 Orange street. , BAtlK STOCKS. ' Par Bid Asked CltyBank., w... SiCU W New Haven County National . Bank ...i , 10 , 14 J Mechanics' Bank 80 84 t Merchants' National Bank.... 50 46 4T ' New Haven National Bank... 100 IDT ' Tradesmen's National Bank,, 100 140 Second National Bank 100 Htttf ' The Mutual Life Ins. Co. OF NEW YORK. .: BICHAKD A. McCtJEDY, President JOHN W. NICHOLS, Gen'l Agent. Cash Assets, as per Connecticut standard, December 81,1894, $184,935,690.80. he Largest Life Insurance Company in the World. THE MUTUAL LIF1 is now issuing a new contract guaranteeing Special Annual Income to the insured, which makes our present policies the best se curity for the protection of a family and the surest Income producing in vestmentbetter than any stock or bond. Any person wishing; to know the terms on which these Investments are sold can get the rates by sending ad dress with AGE to SAMUEL D. H0WLAN0, SPECIAL AGENT, d3 No. 49 Church Street, Pniinfi ft Wn tfilir JL IJUiUU W l 111 LUX J No. 46 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. T. Stock Exchange, Produce iix- vuwuf e una unieago ooara oi xraa. C. B. 80LHKR, Manager Wow uaven UranOh. A SI Classes of Hallway Stocks and Bona also Grain, Provisions and vottou, lioagtu and bom un cununiAaion. Connected by Private Wire with NewTork, Boston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A 8PEC1ALTT, ftttevtatnnuntB. HYPERION THEATER Hon. HOWARD MARTIN, (Uto Heoretary of V. , tuition, ChloaJ Illustrated Lectures f III Orlfiilnl Wiiinlrrlngs. WniiiemUy Matinee, !) lutb, "CHI!fA.e Thura-hiy RvuiIiik. Ilea. Sllli, "JAPAN." Prlu V i6, 60c;jMtli- at t.-nu uuw p. n. a IT HYPERION THEATER tat urdny Kvon Ing. l)oo. C, i HOYT'S A TEXAS STEER. PrcsenMwIthtlio bett oominy ever seen. rrk-04. SI.OO, 73c. m Wain of iwi ti nw open. 030 3t HYPERION THEATER X (n l. 11:1 v Attr.,.,l..n Special Holiday Matinee ut 3 p. ni Bventnf AUGUSTIN DALY'S Ortitlnnl Oininiiny. with Mr. HENRY E. CIXEY, in "7-20-8." iwin or upat s open Krlilav; rtiio 6t HYPERION THEATER A COMING anil M'EULING ATTRACTION I Look Out For It ! THE Stoddard Lectures Will he given on TTTESDAY EVE.VINOS, Jan. 8, 14,28, 19, There Will Be But One Course. ' The subjects nro brilliantly attractive. SEE THISUST: PARIS, SWlTZEItLAND, HOME, NORWA. LinUol' the MldnlglitSun, Anil. In rni,..fl. th r. A. Tho PASSION 1'LAY of OlIEU AMMEROAtf, jDeHaiooriiirso 'lli-kets will begin on Monday Mohmso, Doc. ai. What Uettur lillllllHV P Wintmn lahn,,irk of than a dtmldaril Course Tli-ket r d'-D'-t BURDITT & NOHTH. Maniurera.' Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Deo. , 31, Sf, Matlnoe Saturday, EETUHN ENGAGEMENT OF COON HOLLOW. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Dbo. il, 25, 26. CHRISTMAS ATTRACTION, Special Holiday Matlneo Xmas Day, Dan McCarthy in The Pride of Mayo. THEATR f S . . B 1 DELAUUand DF.I1HIMI1MT In SELECTIONS from GRAND OPERA. Doors ooen fr.im i-X a..i.i .n,i r il Admission 10 oents. dlf gotcls. Hotel Monopole, (European Plon.) 14 and 16 Church Streat. CIAFE and Ladles' Uostaurant ooDoeoted j with hotel. HTHOT LUNCHimvaI in Cafe. jeltt Hygeia Hotels Old Point Comfort, Va. ' UNRIVALLED as a hea th and pleasure ro sort. Air balmy and full of life-Riving 02 me. New plumbing- throughout and per foot dralnag-o and other sanitary arrange ments. Send for dcsorlptivo pamphlet. dll TuThSa 39t F. N. PIKE. Manaa-er. MOSELEY'S NEW HAVEN HOUSE HAS added steam and plumbing; to all its) rooms on suite. Commercial men will And the location sns. dally adaptod to their wants ; handy to the business district. nl(J BETH H. M03ELET. Stocks and Bonds for Sale. 0shsN. Y..N. H.&H.RR.O0. to shs United New Jersey RR. St Canal Co.. ruaranteed 10 per cent, by Penn. RR. Co. 100 shs Rome, Water town ft Ogdensburg RR. SO shs Beeoh Creek RR., guar, i per cent. 20 w Chicago Juno. St Stock Yards. 40 rt Doston Electrio Light Ox 20 shs New Hav i n Gas Light Co. 60 shs Swi 1 1 St Company. SO shs' Merchants' National bank. 12,500 N. T N. H. St H. RR. debenture 4's. $1,000 Indianapolis Light Co. gold 8's. KIMBEKLY, 001 & DAT. VEBMILYE & COM Bankers and Brokers. Dealers in Investment Securities.1 16 and 18 NASSAU STREET, JSTcxkt TToirlx. Oltv. nrCV BURGLARY, FIRE. Utrl FORGERIES. f BY HIRING A SAFE IN THE VAULT OF Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe, from FIVEtn R1TT"" DOLLARS. Absolute Seouritv for Bond. Stocks, Wills, BuUion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious) Stones, and all evidences of values. Aooesa to vault through the banking room of the MB. CHAN ICS' BANK. iXCUliltCH.COR. CENTER STBEBT. Coupon rooms tor convenience of patrons All personB interested are cordially Invited to nspect the oompany's premises. Open frasa I a.m. to p.m. XHoitAS R, Tkowbbidos, President, Oliver 8. White, Vice President, Chas. H. Thowbridqk. Seo. and Treaa. BOOKS AND ACCOUNTS Of any kind examined, and prompt reports thereon. Balance Sheets and Profit and Lost Accounts prepared. F. W. SHIlLITTO, iroiessionai Accountant, 19 ly Room 48, Uoadley Huildlng, ew Haven National Tradesmen's Bank. NEW HAVEN, CONN. , Draws Bills of Exchange ON ,! i Alliance Bank (Limited), London, Aiwinvuu Dana or ireiana, iniDun, Union Bank of Scotland, Credit Lvonnals, Paris. And on an the Prinofpal Cities of Burope. Issues Circular Letters of Credit Avallabl Xhxooghout Europe. . GEO. A. BUTLER, President JS, Cashier. WM.T. FIELDS, "MONEY MAKES MONEY'1 When Judiciously invested In STOCKS AND BONDS. keep posted you should have our Daily Market letter, acknowledged by all read, era to be one of thn W luiwi , Our explanatory pamphlet oontalns muola aiuauie uuurmauon neeesaary to suo- orss In speculation. ALL BENT FREE ON REQUEST. Special Attention Given to Discretionary vrueni. i. . STOCKS, OBAJJt, BONDS, mart iojth. Bought and sold for sash or carried on S to S per oent, margin. Commission 1-18, ' 7 BR00E AND COUP AN ft BROKHB8. . : 67 BROADWAY, , KW YORK. TuThSa Hm .., . '.. laienauvnatifnua. auk ua