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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COtJRIER SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22 1894.
ALL OF THEM TAKE BRIBES. . Continued from First Page.) Wltneis Mid tnt money wu paid go that the pool room keeper should be allowed to violate the law. Wltneea Mid tie waa then transferred to the Ninth precinct," hut made no oolleotlona. Ill dectectlvea were Casey and Dlv eney. . "Did you make oolleotlona, In the (Twenty-second precinct?" "Tee sir. I collected from policy ahope and aome disorderly houses. There were about $500 or $800 a month collected from all sources. The polloy hope paid $20 a month. The disor derly houses paid some $10, tome $2S and some $50." " "Had you any special order regarding the protection of certain disorderly fcousesT" , "Yen, sir. When I was appointed I called upon Commissioner Martin. He mentioned houses on Forty-sixth street and said I might let them alone until the schools were tmllt, WJhen the schools were built he said to put tbem out On another occasion Martin sent for me. I had sent Officer Casey to the bouse of a woman named Sadie West, on West Fiftieth street. The citizens bad complained about th house. When Casey went to the door the woman told him she was a friend of Commissioner Martin and It waa better to see htm be fore he would do anything." "The officer told me and I received a message from Martin. I went to see him and Martin said I should warn the officer and apologize to the woman the next day. I protested, but he said I should do as I was told. I sent around Casey and he had to apologize to the (woman for raiding the house.'' A buzz of astonishment passed through the court room at this testi mony. The captain said the cases in West Forty-sixth street were in the Twenty-first district, of which Commls- eloner Martin waa the leader.. , Witness then said that one Proctor wanted to open a gambling house. Proctor came to him with a letter from Commissioner Sheehan asking him to alve Proctor what he wanted. One Bdaynard, a paymaster of the -acque duct commission, was to be Proctor's partner. "Proctor was introduced to me as a respectable man by Commissioner Shee han," said he, "I told Commissioner Sheehan that the superintendent did not want to allow Proctor to open the gambling house. Superintendent Byrnes had told me If I allowed Proctor to open be would break me. Then Commission er Sheehan said If Proctor was not al lowed to play John Daly would not be allowed to play." "Did Sheehan say Daly's was run ning?" "Yes, sir." The witness said he shared the pro tection money with McAvoy, giving $150 to $175 , a month. $tcAvoy .asked me it the money came from disorderly houses. Ue said If it did he did not want it -,- "Did you understand McAvoy to mean ihat?" "Yes, sir. He Is a very relig ious man." .!. The captain said he reported none of fee disorderly houses that were paying tribute, ... i . s; Witness was transferred to the Ten derloin December 5, 1893. "That is regarded as the best paying precinct?". . "That is a mistaken Idea. The best paying precinct ' is the Eleventh, I think." "DIoTyou collect In the Tenderloin?" "Only about $200 per moni.h. The precinct was leased out almost entirely. The bouses allowed to remain were al lowed to remain without paying. The committee was sitting and they were running low." "Did you ever hear of Georglana Has- - "Yes, sir. She was exempt She Is a peculiar character and some of the gen tleman who- visited her house would not like to see their names in print I got the tip from Captain Devery that If I interfered with her I would burn my fingers.". . Witness was informed that certain public officials visited her house. "I do not want now to bring In names' said Mr. Go ft, "because Geor glana Hastings is under indictment We have proof that one night when a bench warrant was about to be served two public officiate, one of whom waa a judge of a court, were in her house. The warrant was not served because of the officials' Influence." Chairman Lexow advised that pri vate individuals should not be Intro duced unless It was absolutely neces sary. ; ' , The captain said he paid ex-Wardman Burns "a percentage on the collections In this precinct, but nobody else. "I direct your attention to the money ($500) paid by JSr. Forget of the French line." , , "Mr. Forget gave that to me as a New Tear's gift and not as a bribe." "Did you know Idllle Clifton V "Cap tain Devery when he was leaving told me to take care of her, as she waa of great service in the Gardner case." ; , "Did you ever pay any other money to police officials,?" ',1 gave Commis sioner Martin last year a political con tribution of $160, and I gave Commis sioner Sheehan $100. They were leaders of the district" : "Do you know of money being paid for protection?" "Yes air." " .,.-.-- "Wiiten' Captain Martens was a pa-1 trolraan he told me he wanted to be . made a roundsman. I went to Wil liams and he told me if Martens paid $300 he would , make him a roundsman. I told . Martens and he gave me the $300; I handed it to Williams and Mar tens waa made a roundsman.'" "When, Martens wanted to become a sergeart Williams told me If Martens put up 4,800 he would be appointed sergean' Marten got the money and I han 4 It to WUilama. It was two months before Martens was made a sergeant' and toe began to. complain, I .went to. Williams and he said he would make-It all right He went to headquarters and Martens was mad a sergeant the same day." Witness said that Martens told him that when he (Martens) was trying for a esptalnoc he would to put up $14,000 for the appointment - '.'IMA peu bfear who held the money?" 'I. berd 4t was-Charley Grant and Inspector Williams." :: w V r ; , Witness Bald It was rumored that Sergeant Iiebers had pad! $3,000 fof'hts promotion. ' -'t . ivvf r j JJebwf was dismissed recently. j "Is there anything else yon wish to telir "I have told all I know about the de partment and have made a clean breast of vrythlng. I felt that for the sake of my wife and children I was Justified In coming forward and telling an." . "How Is promotion .made In the polios department T" asked Senator O'Connor. "Through either money or politics." 1 ' The captain then said: '1 think Buperlntenndent Byrnes is an honest man and means to do what Is right If he was permitted to do so." "Do you think the police foroe Is corrupt" "I think It Is rotten to the core." ' The captain was then excused for the present Mr. Golf told him, however, he was still under subpoena and re quested hlra to send Commissioner Sheehan's letter down to Ms office to morrow. Mr. Golf asked for an adjournment until Wednesday next . . "I had hoped," said,, he, " that we could have closed to-night, but I And we must sit next week lnoraer to com nlete the testimony." Chairman Lexow said that the time for making the report to the legislature was fast approaching and they could not sit much longer. An adjournment Txram thsn to Von until Wednesday. And so ended the most memorable day of the sessions of the Lexow commis sion. A' strong effort Is being made by baseball men in this city to secure ad mission to the Eastern league, but 1 is hardly probable that .it will be success. The committee on filling vacancies will visit this city to-day and look over the field before making its report Manager Burns of Springfield, who Is a member of the committee, announces publicly that m all prooamniy no on nectlout club will be taken In. Woman Seriously Burned. James F. Clancey of 517 Elm street, after lighting his pipe last night pre pared to bis evening's siesta, thinking that he bad extinguished the match, carelessly threw it on the floor near where his wife, Maggie, was standing. The Are which soon appeared was not extinguished, but ignited the skirt worn by Mrs. Clancey. and before her hus band could smother the flames with the matting which he seized for that pur pose, her limbs and the lower part of her body were painfully burned. Mrs, Clancey was taken to the hospital last evening, where her burns, though pain ful, were pronounced not to be serious, and will keep the sufferer laid up by for a short time. ; , . DEATH OF TATROIMAX JOOODY. Pneumonia Remove! a Prominent and Efficient Officer. Daniel Doody, the well known' patrol man of the central precinct, died at 4 o'clock yesterday afterpoon of typhoid fever at his late home, No. 69 Laurel street. For the past week the attend ing physician gave up all hopes of sav ing his life, as pneumonia developed rapidly. The deceased was forty-nine years of age and leaves a widow, two sons and three daughters. , Funeral ar rangements will be made to-day. .The late patrolman joined the force as a supernumerary in 1884 and was stationed In the annex district. In July, 1893, he was made a regular mem ber of the department and was placed in the Howard avenue precinct, where he was promoted last July to grade B. On November 1 he was transferred to the central precinct, -where he at once became a popular and efficient officer. Thanksgiving week he was taken down with the grip, from which he nev er fully recovered, although he did not give up duty until December 10, when symptoms of typhoid developed. VSEWXJL CHRISTMAS OIS'XS.: ' An Opportunity Which a Great Many Are Embracing at Armstrong & Co.'s. The buying of useful "articles for Christmas gifts is. strongly predominant this year, and articles of ( furniture seem to. be Just the thing.- The Im mense stock at H. B. Armstrong & Co., the long established' and. reliable fur niture dealers on Orange street, offers a splendid opportunity, for most happy selections, . their . assortment being so large and .in such pleasing variety. The goods for sale by this company are durable, elegant and fashionable, and are sold at positively the lowest prices, which comparison will demonstrate. All its, goods are reliajply made and finished Jn the most excellent manner. No old or'shopvorn articles are offered, and the public are invited tit inspect the stock, which is. complete,' including everything In thelr'llne. vNo one1 should miss the opportunity of selecting be fore Christmas a most, acceptable, use ful ana lasting gut for a friend. "Yield Not to Misfortune." I waa afflicted with natam-H it autumn. During the month of October I could neither taste or smell and could hear but little.: Ely's Cream ' Balm cured it Marcus George Shautz, Rah- way, N. J. -., ; ' ..'-..'... I suffered front Aatawh' th& kind ever slrce a, boy, and I never hoped for cure, but Ely's Cream Balm Seam 10 ao even xnsi. many acquain ncMi havA uaAd tt. mriVh wvrollani- re sults. Oscar Ostrum 46 Warren ave nue, uucago, ill. uream saun is agree- aoie. , - ox sr. eooj itw . THS riiXBXIXO SHOW. (Continued from Fourth' Page.) at him. I believe I really love him." "I didn't suppose you cared so much ... .i w'.i.'.l'.'-.'ft 'r-A That was. all Harry, caught of her companion's words, but he had heard enough.: Bewildered and heart siok he -turned awag. Elinor, the girl he had thought so sweet so good, in love with that coarse brute, OTtyan.i To sit at her window late at night and gaze Upon his '"magnificence," his "glorious beau ty I", wnat waa he doing there so late ? An honest man wouU'have gone to the door and fcsked to see er he would not have called her to the window to talk with him. What had he said to her? Oh, Elinor! Elinor! . The poor fellow's Idol was shattered. He cursed her he pitied her he groan ed and grieved over her, and all the time he loved her, loved her. He would try to save her from the clutches of that heartless, soulless popinjay, but how? Should he write and warn her? Should he try to talk with her? Should he go to her parents and enlighten tbem as to.O'Ryan's character? His mind revolved these questions over and over and could not decide tbem. He worked early and late feverishly; be shunned the streets ihrough which she was wont to pass; he watched her home sometimes' at night dreading to see O'Ryan lurking about, but that he was spared the misery of seeing. He gazed no more at the coveted ring. He ate little and slept little, and he told him self that his heart was broken that the sooner he died the better, sines never, never again, could he have farrh In woman kind. Oh, Elinor! Elinor! Meanwhile Elinor was suffering too. She had been so sure he loved ber. How could" she have been so easily deceived? Or what had she done to offend him? The last time she saw him Jenny was with her, and she had given him no smile lest Jenny's quick eyes Should observe it Was he fickle, faithless? Were all men untrue? Oh Harry! Har ry! The mystery of it all perplexed her, but with a conscience void of of fence she bore her sorrow patiently and only grew more pale and quiet with the passing of the troubled days It was Christmas eve. Harry Ken dall, though not In holiday mood, had mingled with the throng of shoppers and slght-seers. People with arms full of bundles from which protruded run ners of sleds, and tongues of carte, laughed and Jested as tbey Jostled each other. Little children flattened their noses against the plate glass, and squealed with delight over the marvels in the show windows. Street vendors shouted, and the air. rang with sounds that though discordant were still mirth ful. And In the merry crowd, though not of It, moved Harry Kendall, with a white and gloomy face, seeking dis traction from distressing thought and finding, none. Suddenly there was a commotion that Increased and spread and drew the crowd Into a dense mass with faces set one way. The cry of "Fire!" was taken up by many voices, then the alarm) bells sounded deep notes of warning. Harry woke from his pain ful reverie to hear. a voice saying: "It's close by! At Frills and Flxln's." At Frills and Flxln's! And Elinor was there! He fought bis way to the entrance. The terrified shoppers and clerks were madly rushing out Elinor was not among them. Then he tried to enter but was forced away by two stalwart policemen. How he struggled to the side entrace he could not have toid,- but -he reached it at rlaat and there, 'Just inside the doorway, . beaten about by. a frantic, shrjeking 'crowd, was Elinor. ' . fV ; ;f He had her safe in his arms at lest. and; k&? her -away, reJolcing-ithfiF she clung ttffilm, and that her sweet eyes sad sought his so trustfully,- Her pretty hair tad fallen upon her shoul ders;, she bad) no wrap, and,' he dex- terlously tied , his muffler under her chfn, then buttoned his overcoat around her' Shivering little figure. -.."Oh Elinor, darling!" he said, as soon as tie "could speak.' "I would . have saved you or died with you I love you so, dear, dear, Elinor!" Then the .tide of recollection: rushed , over him;, .' he dropped her arm, andl drew aitray from her.; .... . "Where was O'Ryan?" he demanded, fiercely "the man iyou love ? jCoward ! dld .he.leave you to die? Oh",, EllnorJ bow could you Jove that dastard, when an honest man had given his heart to "you?" " ' " v " '" ' The indignation in Elinor's - eyes checked him. "O'Ryan!" she said with Intense, scorn. ''How -dare you. charge me with loving him! How dare you Insult me so when I " Hef ' voice broke.' "Let me go! I thank you for coming to me. Tou saved me, I know, but oh! I cannot bear this." And overcome by mingled emotions she hurried on, weeping bitterly in a way that startled and dismayed her lover. "Elinor, listen listen!" he pleaded. I thought 'you loved Mm. I beard you say so. It has almost broken my heart end spoiled my life, but I love you even now, dear." V "Tou heard me say I loved O'Biyan?" "Tes." . 5 "When?" "Almost a month ago. ; The last time I saw you on the street." ' -' "Tou heard me say I loved O'Ryan! A man to whom I never speak If I can avoid it ai man I I despise J , '.What strange mistake is this?" "Tou said he was "glorious,; mag-' niftoenf - Tou went to -the window late at night to. see him. The scampi Why, did he nofccAU at your home 'openly as a true man should?" ; "And you heard Me-say'all this V Tea. And I heard your companion say she did not know, you eared for him so much." --,. .-; ; "Who was my companion?'" : ..' , ' "Tou called bter Jenny." "'''' ' "Miss Forrester, then. Where was this?" - -- :'C' ; u-v ' "Oh Olive street" :,: v ';.. .: The pair walked on for a little;-way in silence. Elinor, thoroughly; bewil dered, was trying to recall the topics of her many conversations with Jenny Forrester. Had they ever talked of O'Ryan? O'Rsyan-O'Ryan-- . What did the name suggest? Suddenly she sat down Upon' a friendly doorstep And began laughing ' almost hysterically. More frightened than ever, poor Harry: dropped down beside her, begging her to be calm, and assuring her that he always bad, did now, and. 'always should, love her 'with all his : heart Then she sprang up. "Be quick P' she said.' "Come to the comer;: where we can. see the sky better. Hurry l There, look up, dear. ' Do you see hlni theVe, with his glittering belt of stars, and the flashing star-sword at -his side? Orion! Orion to in the most glorious of constellations the one I watch! from my window on winter nights the constellation I love, dear, dear-Harry!" And the firs bells sounded the e- The ring Is no more to be seen In the Jeweller's window. It was Elinor's Christmas present J ' KEUUIOUH tKKI'IClSB. Church of Christ (Scientists), Room 1$ Boardman building, Chapel oorner State street Services at 10:S0 a. m. Sunday, t and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. All are welcome. . tt Church of the Redeemer, corner Or ars and Wall streets Watson Lyman Phillips, D. D., pastor. Thomas G. Shepard, organist and musical director. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at II m. Y. P. B. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Services at Welcome hall. Sunday school at I p. m. Gospel meet ing at 7:30 p. m., In charge of Fosdlck B. Harrison, assistant pastor. Humphrey Street Church (near Or ange) Frank R. Luckey, pastor Pub He worship at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with preaching by the pastor. Bible school at 1 T. P. 8. C. E. at :15. No seats rented or reserved. All welcome. tf First Baptist Church, Wooster Place Rev, John H. Mason, pastor, will preach at 10:30 a Christmas sermon. Sunday school and young men's Bible class at noon. T.P.S.CE. at 6:30. At 7:30 a fine Christmas praise service. All seats free. Strangers and young people spec aUly Invited. Grand Avenue Congregational Church The pastor, J. Lee Mitchell, will preach at 10:30 a. m., "Iesachar and His Two Burdens" 7:30 p. m., Christmas praise service. 13 m, Sunday school and Bible classes. 6:15, T.P.S.CE. Church of the Messiah (Orange street, near Elm street) Rev. W. E. Dlcker man.pastor. 10:30 a. m., special Christ mas service, and sermon by the pastor, Rev. W. F. Dlckermon; 7:30 p. m., Sun day school concert. First Methodist Episcopal Church (College and Elm streets) Rev. C. P. Masden, D. D., pastor. Christmas ser vice on Sabbath. Sermons by pastor and special muslo by the choir at 10:30 a, m. and 7:30 p. m. Toung people's meeting at 6:30. Epworth M. E. Church (corner Or ange and Edwards streets) Rev. Rufus T. Cooper, pastor. Special Christmas music and sermons by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Subject of ev ening sermon, "The Wondrous Name." Free seats and a hearty welcome for all. . Calvary Baptist Church Chapel, cor ner York street Rev. Edwin M. Poteat, pastor. Publlo worship with sermons by the pastor. Rev. Edwin M. Poteat at 10:30 and 7:30. Bible school with special classes for adults at noon. T. P. S. C. E. at 6:15. Everybody Invited to all the services. No seats rented or reserved. tf Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, corner George and Dwtght streets Rev. A D. Vail, D. D., pastor. Prayer meeting at 9:30 a, m.' Christmas sermon by the .pastor at ICyJQ a. m. Sunday school Christmas services' at 2:30 p. m. Christmas praise service at 7:30 p. m. Epworth league prayer meeting at 6:30 p. m. College Street Church. The Rev. Wil liam W. McLane, D. D., pastor. Divine services with a serntfn on "A Christmas Message,'' , to-morrow at 10:30. .Sunday school 'at 12 m. Toung people's meet ing at 6:30. Dwlght Place Church Rev. Dr. Twlt- chell, pastor. Sunday school Christmas service at 10:30 a. m. Evening service under the auspices of the Men's asso- elation at 7:30. Subject "Forefather's Day." Prayer meeting next week on f rioay evening liimeau oi xuesaay ev ening. ; ; l ; United Church Rev. T.' T. Munger, D.D., pastor. Morning service at 10:30. Rev. J. H. DeForest, D. D., of Japan, will speak on the political situation in the East and Its relation to missions. Sunday school at noon. T.P.S.CE. meeting at 6:15 p. m, - Evening service at 7:30 under the auspices of the Men's Sunday Evening club. Dr. J. H. De Forest of Japan will speak. Topic: "Japanese Characteristics." All seats are free at the evening service. Center Church Rev. Dr. Newman Smyth, pastor. Morning service at 10:30; devotional service at 4 p.m. tf . Davenport Church (Wooster- Square) L C. Meserve, pastor. Christmas ser mon at 10:30 a. m, and Christmas praise service at 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12 m. - Grace M. E. Church, corner Howard avenue and Portsea street Rev. Frank A Scofleld, pastor. Sermon at 10:30 a. m., topic, "Glad Tidings of Great Joy," also1 at 7:30 p. m., topic, ; "Methods of Saving Men Employed by Jesus." Sun day school at 12 m. Junior society at 3. Toung people's meeting at 6:15. A splendid program of Christmas music at both services. All seats free and a oordlal welcome to all. '' INTERESTING AND VALUABLE. Twenty-fllTe Years a Sufferer. Mrs. Lizzie C. Wilt's Grateful Ac count oi Tier necovery A. Simple Remedy. (From Advance Argus. Greenville, Hereer Co, Pa.) , With feelings of uncertainty Mrs. Wilt be- gW the use of Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Rem edy, but to-day It has no better friend than be. Mre. Wilt is well known, for she has Uvea ror years wunm lew miles or ttreen vllle. The following letter, Sddreasei to Dr. Kennedy, will make Interesting reading for mimy a sick person i . . . -Dear Sir For 26, years I have been trou bled with slokand nervous headaches, so bad that mnrth Of the time I WftA nnahlA i .to anything, for I would be so weak and proa- HliHU aifcr lire TOTw.. KUBO. A mCQ everything I could hear of, but tbey all failed to do me any lasting good. Last spring my on wu uelnir Favorite Remedy, and be In sisted on my trying it. l did ao and used len than a bottle and found it was Inst the medi cine I needed, for I have not had a headache since. ' It also benefited mein other ways, for my health was poor and it acted as atonic I nope tnis lenor wiu. inuui.ae.eye or some poor sufferer, tor I know if they win oni , try Favorite Remedy theywlll be thankful for it. Tours truly. Mrs. Usde C. Wilt. Greenville. Penn." . . Such a mark or commendation ooming from one of our residents (hauld place in the minus niu,upi m ui tuti meaioine. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Bemedy Is pronounced by the majority of physicians as thA Biinnrlor of all blood medlolDni nil nrv. restorers. . It cures rheumatism, neuralgia, nervous and billons headaches, nervous prostration and the tired feeling resulting iheretrcm. - It is a specific for , scrofula, ery sipelas, dyspepsia, and for the troubles peco llar to the female system. Tr David Kennedy s Favorite Hanmt v mm be purchased at 11 bottle or six bottles for $5. V .-, ':' : ' ' -' "flr .C'A' A! Mow For Mew Vaarst The most appropriate for the New Tear Is a fine photo, such at can only be obtained at Beers', 760 Chapel street The only electrlo light apparatus; day or evening. .1 , d2J 2t I.O0. ' w On Saturday and Monday preceding Christmas a collection of European novelties, ranging In price and regular value from $2.00 to 15.00, will be placed upon a table and offered at the uniform price of $1.00 each. , , . ' 3.00. Another table, Including article of regular value from S5.00 to (10.00, at the uniform price of 13.00 each. 5.00. A colleotlon comprising articles In value ranging from 17.00 to $20.00 each, at the uniform price of 15.00 each. Our line of gifts is still large and comprehensive, and embraces many useful, ornamental and lasting pres ents. d22 it THE GEORGE II. FORD CO. financial. Trading at the btook Kichanve Was with out Special Feature. New Tork, Dec, 21. Trading at .the stock exchange to-day was without spe cial feature. Sugar figured for 68,900 shares and Reading for 20,000. The market was Irregular In tta course, but -the fact that the heavy engagement of gold for shipment to Europe on Satur day did not lead to liquidations rather encouraged those operating tr higher price Washington news was also con sidered favorable, It being stated that there will be no tariff legislation this session and that there can be no tin kering with the finances for some time to come. It waa understood that the Patterson pooling bill will receive fa vorable consideration in the senate shortly. Sugar was weak in the early morn ing trading, but later on there was good buying and the stock advanced from 8914 to 8H4. Chicago Gas ranged be tween 71471, and there was a dis position to cover short contracts. It Is announced that the directors will meet soon after the first of the year to de clare the regular dividend. Consolidat ed Gas closed half lower at 13S. Pres. ldent Wilson of the East River oom pany said to-day that he was not aware of any negotiations looking to the ac quisition of his company by, the Con solidated Gas company. Reading was decidedly strong, rising to 16. A report was current to the effect that the Earl Olcott plan wilt be modified in favor of the holders of the junior securities. The heavy engagements of gold for Satur day's steamers had no Influence what ever. Speculation closed firm. Net changes show gains of 141 Per cent, Reading leading. St. Paul lost Gen eral Electrlo and Missouri Pacific . In the inactive stocks Laclede Gas pre ferred fell 2 to 79 and Toledo and Ohio Central to 46. . The bond market was higher. Sales were Jl,860,000. Following are the closing prices re ported by Prince & Whitely, bankers and brokers, 46 Broadway, New Tork, and 15 Center street, New Haven: -Bid. Asked. American Tobacco Co 96 American Tobaooo Co. pfd....... 1UT American Cotton Oil Co 24 X" American Cotton Oil Co., pfd.... mx American Sugar Hediuim Co.... 90 Am.augarUefinlncrOo.pfd 91 AtchUon.Topeka&SantaJfe.... M . 87 110 7u s 94 17& 95 98 72 71 U9jJ MX MX tin 181 & $ & 25 18 23 m 92 MX 10 20 16 19 m x 18X 99 86 8 K'A 156 Uanaua southern, 4 Central of New Jersey V&H Chesapeake Ohio Vottnir Chicago & East Illinois pfd. Chloauo & Northwestern. Chicago. tturilng-tonftQuinoy... Ufi Chicago Oaa Co 71 Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul.. 58' Culoago.illlw'kee&dt.Pauipt'd. 119 Chicago Bock Island & Paolne.. 02i Chloago, St, P., M. He Omaha U4 Cleveland, C. C. & Bt. Louis Wlrf Col., Hocking Valley It Toledo.. 16 Consolidated Oas..... 13 Delaware & Hudson Canal Delaware, Lack. A Western 159 Denver Klo Grande pfd M3C Dis.& Cattle Feeding Co s General Uleotrlo Co MX Illinois Centra) 87 LtikedaoreJc Michigan Bo 137 Lake iSrlo & Western 1SX Lam; Erie and Western pfd 73 Louisville fc Nashville...' KiX Louisvllie & New Albany...... .. Louisville & New Albany pfd .... 21 Laoiedetias..ii....... 28 Mi eaouri. Kansas Texas . . ... . .. U Missouri. Kansas A Texas Df d . . . i&X Manhattan Ulevated 1H Miawurlaolttc... , U New fork New Haven 193 N Y & & U Pld " flew Vers. Central Hudson.... 99j N YCnioa80ot. t,i,uis 18 S'y Lake Erie ft Western 10 n v" Lake Brie & Western pfd. 20 NY" Ontario Western 15 Nortolkfc western pfd., 18w NortbAmerioan Co.......... ahi Northern Pao'tto..j... Northern Faoltto pfd IVt NaUonsiLeadOo. 88 National Lead Co. pfd. 84 PsMttoMall8.S.Co n Peoria.DeoaturBvansvlUe.... 8 Phlla. & Heading Voting Cts X&X Pullinau Palace caryo.. ioi- W.P.'r,tr.,6tnlnst.D'd. -sTiveraulllon Oert'. '. A . S"r.:.,(tal Iron Tennessee Coal Iron pfd. TflnAT'bofi' Nortb 'Ml'on'. gffl;DenVerGulf;:: Wuruuih e m XX 12tt 4 M m 87M m an 4 143 118 45 112 m 99 v 18K, 87 K 40 a 140 110 . a 1U5 44 mi ,ix l!X 16 1J 1H Western anion JeleKraph. Wheeung f"JKu m "' wkunnir ft Lake JSrle pid.. Wisconsin Central.., Adams sUpresa..,. American ixprees.....1....... UnitiUtes tSxpress Wells-Fargo axpresa D.B.Hubber.,. D.a. KuDber pfd U.S. Cordage Oo....." ii Cordage Oopfa State ties ,..v."j"'"" SOX WX 10 m pw:.Cln..hl. & M. Louis.. Southern ,Ballwar . ... . ... Southern auway pra .. ? Governmsnt Bonds. Following are the quotations .for United States bonds at the call to-day: Elt.2s, ........""'..'... w a - 4s,regn1907 .......-..... 0180114 tS,COUpul ; 1SI11D4 New5s.reg.A901. v.. J17)((tUJ8M New6s.oouB 1B04.. ...... ......... 1174U8i Ourrenoy6s.l895.i................. 100 (. - Ourrenoy.'WJ....,(sM.? ; MfXa Currenoy 6s, 18K ,., 10S Currency es, is8',.,...,....r..' 188 (at Currenoy S., HW,,-..... ,1U 0 - NEW HAVEN LOQAIi QPOTATIOIf S rorntshed daity by KiirtSBLT, Boot ft Okt liankeri and Brokers, 133 Oraogestreet. , . BAIKSIOOKS, - -, ' Par Bid Asked City Bank.......... tl(M 128 New Haven County National Bank ju jaw Keohanlcs'Bank.... .......... 80 W Harnhantji' National Bank.... SO iH . New Haven National Bank,. 100 167 Tra 'NationslBank 100 140 Tall Bank........... 100 Ul aAiutOAOSTOcaa. Par WidAkd b.a N. Y. A. L. prafnrrod..., WO Ps) - IiHlilM.ryftNorwslkH.lt. Co, 60 W - Dsirolt.HumlaleftH, W Ini W - llouMiomo It. It. uo lis) ISA Nauifatiick K. It. Co HO d Nw Haven ft Uurby H.ll. Oo. luO 94 New Hmv.-ii ft Nortiisiiiutou, liM 94 N. Y..N. U.4H.U.K. Co.... ltd M M Shore Line tt. H kU liil - MUCSLLAHSOD STOCKS. Par Bid Asked Ni'W lUvun Uus Llslil Co.... 2 New llnven Wntnr Co AO Pock. Mow ft Wllooi Bwiirlty InsurauoeCo 4U SwItt&Co in) Toli .Uono Chos. ft Pot HU Erie lu) N. V.ft N.J lid HoiilbernN. B WO u, o. Uu bbor profaned, par.. 1U0 6.1 - lulK vt.h - to 90H ltH 4H M b M 97 W 7H 97 99 IUUA0AD BONDS. Due Rid Asked .N,.V.A.L.6 Iu5157 Ilolyokoft Weellleld 1st 4s... lull 99 Hoiuuitimlo Consols5s 1IT 1IH New Haven ft Derby 6s lull 112 New Haven ft Derby 7s. lues) lit 114 New Haven ft Derby as lvuu liMU Ul New Hiivttn ft N. 7s, 1W lnyj no NowHsvenftN.7a.U7i lim 110 N. II. ft N. Consols os luurt mx N.H.&N. 1st 6s mil HMVt - New London Northern 1st 4s. 1910 101 New London Northern 1st &s. 1910 101, - N. V ft N. K. 1st 7s 19.11 117 117 N. Y. ft N. K. 1st As im UH 1UH N.y.ftN. B.2dfts 1HLI Iitlfij - N.Y..N. H.AH.4S 190(1 10J W N.yN. H.t H. Deb.4s Hurt 1.17 189 N. J Prov. ft Boston 7s....'.. 1H99 110 N, Y., Prov. ft lJoston 4s 1W4J loltf West Haven H. tt. tt. Us 19 U luO - I80ELLANSOUS SOXDS. Due Bid Asked F. H. W.Co. s7s lm New Haven aty 7s 1901 New Haven Citv 6e WfT New Haven City 4s, sewerage 1914 New Haven City 3ws, 1U07 New Haven Town IjVs. ., New Haven Town P. P, Issue 19 B New Haven School 4s. 1904 S.N. E. Telephones 190 BwlftftOo.9 1910 wr 1WX 100 ll HV 97 X im 1014 lot 103 CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO THB OID COOTRY. White Star Lino Drafts for one pound and upwards sold at lowest rates by M. B. NEWTON & CO., 86 Orange street. d 13t M. B. NEWTON & CO. BANKERS AND BROKERS, 86 ORANGE STREET, DEALEBS IN Investment Securities. The Mutual Life Ins. Co. OF NEW YORK. EICHABD A McCUEDY, President, . JOHN W. NICHOLS, Gen'l Agent. Cash Assets, as per Connecticut standard, December 31, 1994, $184,935,690.80. The Largest Life Insurance Company in the World. THB MUTUAL LIFE 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 vestment better than any stock or bond. Any person wishing to know the terras on which these Investments are sold can get the rates by sending ad dress with AGE to SAMUEL D. HOWL AND, SPECIAL AGENT, No. 40 Church Street. BANKERS AND BKOKEiVS, No. 46 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. T. Btook Exchange, Pioduoa Ex. etuuoge and Uiuoaco Board or Trade. O. B. 1IOLMBB, t Manager New Uaren liranon. jinCUsses of Hallway Stocks and Bond, alio Grain, Prorlslons and Uutton, tfongbt ami sola on Commission. Conneoted by Prirate Wire with MewTork, Boston and Chloago. . INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. . . Stocks and Bonds for Sale. 40 sbs H. Y NT. H. H. H8. Co. . tO she United New Jorsey BR. Se Canal Co., guaranteed 10 per cent, by Penn. BR. Co. 100 sbs Rome, Watertowo & Ogd ensburg BR, 50 shs Beeob Creek RR,, guar. 4 per oent. 20 rno Chicago Juno, k atook Yards, 0 rt Boston Electrlo Light Co. ' 20 shs New HuTan Oas Light Co. SO shs Bwi rt Sc Opmpany. 20 sbs Merchants' National bank. . $2,800 N.Y,S.H.iH. BR. debenture 4'a. $1,000 Indianapolis Light Co. gold s's. KUtBEELT, BOOT & DAT. VERMILYE &COM . Bankers and Brokers. Dealers h hvestot Stssritk 16 and 18 NASSAU STREET, Ne-w "STorls. Olty. Pice Mm ltttertattiraetita. HYPERION THEATER raturduy Evening, Ueo, i, HOYT'S A TEXAS STEEB. Presented with the txxt oompaur trar nw. Prlcos. 11.00, :ie. ffal of seats now open. dip M HYPERION THEATER Xm is rT Attraction. Special Holiday Matinee at I p. ui IrentaC , AUGUSTIN DALY'S Original Company, with Mr. HENRY E. DUEY, in "7-2M." Bale of seats opens Friday. diOst Thuraday, Friday, Saturday. Deo. SO, II, tt. Matinee Saturday, RFTfRM KN'OAOEMENT OP COON HOLLOW. Monday, Tuesday, Wodticsday, Deo. 24, St, M, CIIIILSTMA3 ATTRACTION, Special Holiday Matinee Xmas Day, Dan McCarthy in The Pride of Mayo. DKI.AUKand DKI1KIMONT In SBLKt'TIONS from ORANO OPERA Doom opnn from l:W to iM and t to It. Admission 10 oonta. dlT hotels. Hotel Monopole, (Kuropean l'lau.) 14 and 16 Church Street. CAFE and Ladles' Hcstaiirant oonneoted with hotel. Mi-HUT LUMCHsorved la Cafo. JelO Hygeia Hotel, Old Point Comfort, Va. UNRIVALLED as a lica th and pleasure re. tort. Air balmy and full of llfe-glvlng ozone. New plumbing throughout and per. feet dralnago nnd other sanitary arrange ments. Bond for dcsorlpllve pamphlet. dllTuThSa3Ht F. N. PIKE, Manager. MOSELEY'S NEW HAVEN HOUSE HAS added steam and plumbing to all Its rooms en suite. Commercial men will And the location espe cially adapted to their -wants ; handy to the business district, nil) BETH H. M08ELKT. UlN F0KGEBIE8, BY HIRINO A 8AFK IN THK VAULT OF Mercantile Safe Deposit Co, Annual rental of safe, from FIVE to BUTT DOLLARS. Absolute Security for Bonds. Stocks, Wills, Bullion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones, and all evldenoes of values. Aooes. to vault through the hanking room of the MM. CHAN1CB' BANK, JXCiiUKCU.COR. CENTER BTRKBT. Coupon rooms tor convunlenoe of patrons All persons interested are cordially Invited to nspect the company's premises. Open trout l a. m. to p. m. Thomas B. Ihowbridob, President,. OltvekS, Whitb, Vloe President, Cm. H. Trowbbidob, Beo. and Tress. BOOKS AND ACCOUNTS Of any kind examined, jiihI nrompt reports thereon. Bulance Sheets anil 'roflt. and Loss Accounts pi upnred. F. W.SHIlLITTO, IToresslonal Accountant, Koom 48, iloadley Building, 19 ly new iiaven THB National Tradesmen's Bank, NEW HAVEN, CONN, Draws Bills of Exchange ON Alliance Bank (Limited), London, Provincial Bank of Ireland, Dublin, Union Bank of Sootland, Credit Lyonnais, Paris. ' And on all the Prinolpal Cities of Europe. ' Issues Circular Letters of Credit Avallablit Throughout Europe. GEO. A. BUTLER, President. WM. T, FIELDS, Cashier. Security Insurance Co. OF NEW HAVEN. OFFICE 37 CENTER STREET. Cash Assets July 1, 1804, S30,0!la.O, EIKECTORS: " ; Chas.S. Leete, Cornelius Plerpaatt ' Jas. D. Dewefl, A. 0. Wilcox, H. Mason, Joel A. Spet-ry, . E. G. Stoddard, 8.E.Merwln, Wm. K. Tyler, John W. AlUng. T. Attwater Barnes. CHA8.S. LEETE, H.MASON, President SflorntaM. v J.D.DEWELL, H,C.FDLLEB. v ice rresiaent. Ass t. Beoretarn jaleod , 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 la Conneotloufr. ........ j Denominations $100, $200, $500 and $1,000. J. Jfci. LUJflAS, n24 eodtf Sit CHAPEL STREET. UNITED states rubber com? 86 Keade St.. New York. Dee. . 1 SE MI-ANN CJAL dividend of 4 Pi L CENT, has ben this dav dilArMl iinnn the Preferred Stock of this Company by the Board of Directors, payable January 15, 1896, to stockholders of record, at .the closing of the transfer books at the close of business on Friday, December g, 169. The.books will ba reoDened at the opening of business January 16,1896. d23 26 CHAS. R. FLINT, Treasurer. "MONEY MAKES MONEY" When judiciously lnVested lit STOCKS AND BONDS. ' To keep posted you should have Id have our Daily yedbyaUreafT best Issued. v 1 Market letter, acknowledg Or EDO DHIHUH. .. Our explanatory pamphlet contains muoa wuuaDie inrormation necessary to auo ' , cess In speculation. . ALL SENT FREE ON BEQUEST. , , Special Attention Given to Discretionary , , . Orders. STOCKS,, .graihi ritoriiom, Bought and sold for cash or carried on 8 to S ner cent, margin. ComnuuloB- l.ia, , BR0OE AND COMPANfr 67 BROADWAY, NEW YOBKi . tTuThSaSm 'i .'".S- 'Mi if-