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new haven morning journal and courier,
THURSDAY, MAY 7, 18.
1
IIEAVEMKNT CURES.
'5 XKIt T.II'K IXD'USIilUXlO THIS SICK
BXTUE YlTAfATIHC IIEALKltS,
People Shout with Joy Bont and
:'- rVlr.,,lnrl Iu iu.1 vH U mill TthOllltltl lS
Walk, Uuu. ami Dance, after Few
Moments with These Wonderful
Meu Another Free Lecture aud
Cllulo To-day at Warner Hall.
At the wonderful sight of cripples
throwing away their cane's and crutch
es, walking and fairly dancing after
being bent and crippled for years. An
Immense audience could not restrain Its
Bhouts of joy during the clinic of yes-
terday. Mrs. Mary Selkirk was racked
i -with rheumatism for eight years, yet in
less than live minutes she walked and
;j ran like a girl. Eben Howe had neural-
Igla with which he had suffered for two
years, was cured almost Instantly. Par
tial blindness and rheumatism was
cured in a few moments by a few.
?! passes for Mrs. George Van Setter. Mrs.
I Albert G. Brownell was cured of pains
I through chest and lungs with which
i Bhe had suffered for six years. Mr. H.
s! Callum had paralysis of arm since he
V I had the la grippe, about four years. He,
I too, was given the use of his arm qulck
1 ly. About twenty-five people all suf
;j fering with various Ills of mankind
1 were relieved or entirely cured at yes
i terday's clinic, and every patient went
'ii away thanking God for the noble work
which these divinely endowned physi-
iis clans are doing. The work at the hall
p is free to all. Those, however, who are
$ able to pay, will find these doctors at
the Elliott house, 639 Chapel stdeet Fri
f'ii Jav a. sneclal illustrated lecture and
l clinic will be given at 2:30 to ladies only.
'j v Entertainment.
i HYPERION.
John Philip Sousa, with his famous
band, will appear on Thursday night,
May 14. The sale of seats opens Mon
3 day. i
1 Byrnes Brothers' new "Eight Bells"
s comes to the Hyperion on Monday eve
i ring. May 15. '
A. M. Palmer's company will present
i"Trllby" at the Hyperion on Saturday
i evening, May 16.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
The world loves to laugh. It Is a sad
age. Every serious-minded person
! 1 seems to possess within himself or her-
) self the mechanism for sorrow, so ar-
; xorce or moroianess at tne sugnieai
J suggestion. It Is upon this truism that
; Hamilton Aide, the adapter of the
. French comedy "Le Docteur Jo Jo" into
' English as "Dr. Bill" relies for success,
i and those who are in attendance at the
' Grand opera house Thursday, Friday
i and Saturday, May 7, 8 and 9, will be
i able to judge just how far he merits It
The tilay will be given for the remain
. ! der of the week, commencing Thursday,
! May 7, including the Friday and Satur-
Jday matinees. It Is one of the most
1 1 unique and novel farces ever diluted
' 'from the French, and besides being ab
J solutely free from all suggestivenes3
"and vulgarity is said to be In the hands,
lof a thoroughly competent company.
a "Michael Strogoff" will be presented
the first three days of next week.
' POLl'S WONDKHLASD THEATER.
Professor Macart's dog and monkey
'comedians, are still the ' sensation at
lPoll'8 Wonderland theater, astounding
all who see them by the brilliancy tit
their 'acting In the several scenes of
the melodrama and circus they present
It 'is undoubtedly true that no exhibl
tion of animal Intelligence ever given
here can compare with what these won
derful dogs and monkeys present. An
excellent specialty bill also helps to
make the entire entertainment excep
tionally attractive, Miss Katie Eooney
In particular shining with the brilliancy
of her imitations of her lamented fa
ther, Pat Rooney. Next week the Rays
the great eccentric entertainers who
for three years past have been the
headliners or Hyde 8 comedians, one of
the greatest and best vaudeville organ
izations In existence.
WALZIXGI'OEB.
Death of Mrs. Lncy T. Allls A Lady Much
Esteemed Other News.
Mrs. Lucy T. Allls of Fair street
died at 12:80 yesterday morning at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Stanley Bots-
ford, on Main street, after a ten weeks'
Illness with brain troubles, aged forty-
eight years. She leaves two daughters,
Lulu and Florence, and one son, Frank,
a student at Tale. For the past ten
years she has been teacher at the Cot
tage school on Washington street and
has been a very successful one and
the school prospered under her charge.
She was very popular among her pu
pils. She was a member of St. Paul's
tehurch and of the Women's Relief corps
and for two years was presiding officer
bf the organization. There will be
services at St. Paul's church at 12:30
Friday. The body will be taken to
Stamford on the 1:47 train, for burial.
An opportunity will be given to view
the remains at the residence of Stan
ley Botsford from 11 to 12 o'clock on
(Friday morning.
One of the attractive features of the
Ramblers' minstrel show in the opera
house next Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings will be a laughable farce en
titled "Fun In a Restaurant." The
tickets are meeting with a ready sale.
Reserved seats can now be procured at
JPixley's.
The transfer of the property of the
IMaltby- Stevens & Curtis company to
fThe Watrous Manufacturing company
Las recorded yesterday at the town
clerk's office.
HodsonOddy, who has had charge
bf the wheel making at the wheel shop,
kvill soon retire from his position and
kvfll be succeeded by Charles Hill.
The hollow ware workers at Simpson,
Hall, Miller & Co.'s works are out until
Monday.
A. B. Pixley and family are expected
home from Great Barrington, Mass.,
o-day, .
BEAK ESTATE.
Valuable Residence Purchased.
The fine residence on Orchard street
built by the late Colonel John E.
Carle, was sold yesterday through the
agency of John C. Punderford to L.
k. Betcher of the firm of D. M. Welch
fe Son for about $15,000. Mr. Betcher
vill occupy the premises shortly. The
property has a frontage of 130 leet.
a wisaow ULAZE.
John 1'. Slmiilii.v'n Dry (Joncls Storo oil
Grand Avunue the ttaono of u t iro.
A piece of window decoration caught
fire from a gas jet in the window of
John F. Shanley's Grand avenue dry
goods store and was the cause for call
ing out the first department last even
ing. A small boy saw the blaze and
Bhouted to Oitloer M. J. Hayes, who
ran to the store and attempted to ex
tinguish the lire.
Mr. Shanley, who was in the rear of
the store, knew nothing about the fire
until the officer appeared. He ran to
the officer's assistance, but thoy could
not extinguish the flames and the offi
cer ran to the nearst fire alarm box
and sent in an alarm of fire.
The fire department responded quick
ly and the blaze was quickly extin
guished by the chemical engine. The
damage was about $300 and is fully
covered by insurance. The window
was gutted with water and the plate
glass destroyed.
tiOXE TO WEST HAVEN.
Contractor Blakealee Takes the Road
t Roller and Gang of Men.
Ansonia, May 6. Contractors Blakes-
lee & Son of New Haven have removed
their road roller and taken a large
part of their street gang fr.om Ansonia
and placed them in West Haven on a
contract laying macadam pavement.
It was found that they could not work
here to advantage at present, as the
parties setting the curbs and laying
the gutters could not keep out of the
way of paving. As all the materials
for the contract in West Haven were
on the ground It was decided to trans
fer everything there and by the time
tnat is completed the city will have
everything ready for the contractors to
go ahead with the paving here.
Contractor Blakesiee thinks he will
not take over a week to complete the
West Haven contract, with good
weather, and while the road roller is
away he will have some men employed,
excavating for the macadam,, so that
when the road roller returns he can at
once resume work. '
AOltrit II AY EX.
May 6. Mrs. Charles Palmer, who now
stays In North Madison with her hus
band, who broke his hip last fall, was
in town one day last week and spent
the night at her home looking after
things there. A neighbor called on her
and Mrs. Palmer returned the call,
showing that she has not lost her Inter
est in North Haven people during her
absence. It is hoped that Mr. and Mrs.
Palmer will both be able to take their
place among the North Haven people
again soon.
The North Haven Republican club
will meet in the court room on Satur
day evening and listen to one or. two
short addresses. Light refreshments
will be served free to all. Admission is
free and all republicans are cordially
invited.
The newly elected officers of the Y.
P. S. C. E. are: President, W. A.
Hyde; vice president, M. Louise Brad
ley; recording secretary and treasurer,
Mabel Howarth; corresponding secre
tary, Clara E, Bradley; vice president
of union, Arthur B. Thorpe; chairmen
of committees, Lookout, Martha S.
Hyde'; prayer meeting, G. E. Bassett;
social, Edith B. Smith; Sunday school
and church attendance. Rev. William
G. Lathrop; missionary, William H.
Todd; floral, M. Louise Bradley; organ
ists, May and June, Bertha Bunnell:
July and August, Edith B. Smith; Sep
tember and October, Martha S. Hyde.
It is hoped that those who gave their
names as new members of the W. C.
T. U. will be present at the session on
Friday afternoon at 3- o'clock and sign
the constitution, and take part in the
exercises. . .
Reporter Killed in Battle..
Port Jervls, N. T., May 6. Mrs. Jo
seph Petrikovsky of Milford, Pa., has
just received news of the death of her
husband, who was shot in the battle
which resulted in the capture of Pinar
del Rio, Cuba, by the Spaniards. Pe
trikovsky was a Russian by birth, and
was employed by the Russian govern
ment as a reporter and became an
American citizen. Four months ago he
married and went to Brooklyn, N. Y.,
to live. Soon afterwards he got or
ders to go to Cuba as war correspon
dent. Ada Richmond'a Story.
Providence, May 6. The assertion of
Ada Richmond, the actress, that she
married John Stetson, the dead Boston
theatrical manager, in this city in 1871,
has no official record here to support it.
The names of Ada Richmond and
John Stetson do not appear among the
records of marriages from 1868 to 1874.
Neither was there a clergyman of the
name of Ransome in this city nor any
where else in Rhode Island in those
years.
When buying tobacco, see that you get a brand that exactly suits your
taste and temperament If you appreciate a tobacco of bigli quality enjoy a
cool, sweet, delightful smoke, get
Hi LLABD
the height of tobacco perfection ; a tobacco that neither bites the tongue, or
fouls the pipe. Delights the young- smoker, .thoroughly - satisfies the old
smoker. It's all tobacco prepared by i the LORILLARDS that's why.
Sold everywhere, 2 oz. for 5c ?Trf it 't ;
Signed by the I'lvnUUnt.
Washington, Way 6. The long-talked
of extension of civil service rules,
which takes In chief clerks and nearly
all the high grade department officials
so as to prevent their removal except
for cause, was signed by the president
to-day. It is estimated that about 30,
000 otHulala are Included in Its provi
sions. The new rules cover all em
ployes excepting those requiring con
firmation by the senate and mere work
men. Everything between these two
extremes goes under civil service.
Colchester's Canning Industry.
Colchester, May 6. Thirty-five acres
of tomatoes have been pledged to the
Colchester Canning company for the
coming season. Thompson Brothers
of East Haddam have . leased eight
acres of land within a mile of the can
ning factory, which they will set to to
matoes. Wllltmantlc farmers want to
contract for twenty-five acres. By
these figures it looks as though there
would be from 30,000 to 60,000 bushels of
tomatoes canned here, and the beauty
of it is Boston men stand willing to buy
the entire output of the plant. Col
chester tomatoes have an enviable
reputation.
TUG ANIMAL EXTRACTS.
EPILEPSY, LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA, ALL
OBSCUKK NKRVOUS DISEASES CI'KKD
BY TH ANIMAL KXTIIACTS. VRKK
LITERATURE AND M EDICAL ADVICE.
Washington Chemical Cj., Wush'u, X). C, tor
sale by E, Hewitt & Co.
The Right
Furniture Store.
The right store is the one
where reliable goods are
sold at low prices; where
the firm does as it agrees;
where your purchases are
delivered promptly and
properly; where the fewest
blunders are made; where
there is a readiness at all
times to rectify errors;
where every effort is put
forward to please a cus
tomer. A store that tries to do
all of these things comes
as near to being perfect as
it is possible to make it.
That's' just the sort of
store we keep. We would
like'to have you call and
see this store of ours. -You
can save money by buying
your Furniture and Car
pets here. Estimates given
for furnishing houses, flats
and apartments. . ' . .
"Home furnishing Co.
755-763 Chapel Street.
ffttxaiictal.
The Market Is Still Under Control of the
. Professionals.
New York, May 6. There was a mod
erate increase in business at the stock
exchange to-day but the market is still
under the control of the professionals.
Outside interest, much to the regret, df
the commission houses, is at a very low
ebb and the changes that occur in
prices from day to day simply reflect
the operations of a half dozen or so
room traders.
At the start the tendency of prices
was downward, the comparatively
heavy withdrawals of gold from the
sub-treasury, $2,300,000, the bulk of
which is for export, and rumor that
President Cleveland Intended to send a
warlike message to congress on the
Cuban question having assisted local
bears In their work of depressing prices.
As of late, the greatest impression was
made in the industrials. These issues
broke from I to 2 per cent. Bay State
Gas, Laclede Gas, Tobacco, Sugar, Gen
eral Electric and Rubber common suf
fered the heaviest losses.
The railway list yielded only to 1
per cent., notwithstanding the pressure
brought to bear by a well known opera
tor. It is alleged that this trader sold
nearly 5,000 shares of the stock dealt
in to-day.
At the afternoon session a firmer tone
prevailed, the result of covering of
short contracts. Washington advices
indicating an early adjournment of con
gress led to the closing up of contracts
by certain bears. The afternoon rally
was. equal to S9i per cent. Specula
tion closed about firm in tone. Net
changes show losses of Q per cent,
in the ruilway list of 1 per cent.
In the Industrials. '
In the inactive stocks Great Northern
preferred jumped 5 to 11S, and Edison
Illuminating of New York 2V4 to 100V4.
Bonds were lower. The sales were
$1,128,000. " ,
Following are the ciosing prices re
ported by Prince & Whltoly, bankers
ond brokers. 46 Broadway. New York,
and 15 Center street. New Haven:
' Mil AikO'l
AuioiloiinTomiuoo do , till Ml','
Aiuonoun Toli'.ioen Co.. old UI 100
Aiiinnoiiu Cotton 01' Co It) 111-4
American Cotton OH l!o..ofd..,. IWli rilt
American Sutrar Itetlmuif Co.... 12U6 laS
Am.8i!arltelIiiuiitCo.Bl'd. UU luiHj
AtolitHO'l.'L'ooelta JitSuuttl l'9..., I5 154 j
Uiiltliuorpand Ohio IT 1714
UiivStatoGns SI MM
Canada Southern 5014 Wii
Ceuti-niot NowJermiv lOfi? hW
CnesapeiiKe&OIno Vor.inir Otis,. 17 l7(-j
Clnoairo ttastllllnoi lrd..... SiUi
Clnoauo Nortnweir.orn iu.-y& jiuij
Chiotuio.liiuvinrioii . Miunov .. 8(Hi 0$
ClucauotfiwOo MX 70
ChloBKO.HIIwiutKBe St. Paul.. 78 W,
Cli'cao.HlWaeet.Paul old, ISS V 12
Clnoauo Uook uland t'aoltlo.. 71' 71,'
Chloaao. tt.P.. M.t)inaii 43 i , 44
Cloven-Mid. C.A.O. St. lioiils 1)5 ". Vtf
Col . HuoUiiitr Valley & Toledo.. I a If 17
CouaoliuatedUus
Delaware Hudson Oanai lili
Deinvtare.LHOX.& Western 161 ! liB
Denver UloHrande uld 4Si 4S?
Di.s Cattle ITeodinic Co UH Wi
General ISleotrlo tlo ilojf
LUnoisUentra 8
iiitite Shore A Molilmiu bo , 1496 I'd
Lime Brio Western 8k U
Lake Brleand Western ui'd 71V W
bo'iisville NasUville 50 51
Louisville & (Mow Aioanv XX 9
Louisville ot iNowAiuanypM.... 21 23
LhoIcuh Una 25V -'i
Missouri. Kuneiis.V lei 1 IV6 12
Hisaouri.Kausas & re.nifloM... ?MH 31
Uaubattan liiovateu I73tj lu;"4
MlssounPauUlc '; -"'
New lork Sc ow Haven 1HH lTo
Nttw Ifork aud New Hmrhind.... 49 50
tew rort'JeutriU Hudson.... ;H
N. Y..Otnoaao Jerir, Louts 13 13 '4
N r..Luko Erie Western Ui 14 H
N. r Luke IlrleS Western utd. 87 D9
N.irUutarto Western UK 15
Norlour Western uio. 5 5'
NoruiAiuerioan Co ' 54 fH
NorllieruFaoIllc 1 m
Norttiornraoino otd 12
National Lead Co 3Mt 2o
NutioualLeadCo. old 00 ' 91
PucilleMail B.3. Co ,?6 i !!T
Peoria. Ueoatur Iinusvlllo.... 3
Plilla. Uoadltisr Potltm Cts 12 'i l.H(
Pitts.. Oi Old. St. Louts 15 Wt
Pultnuui i'alaoe Cur Co i 103 K'i
Boutliern itaitwity.. ili
Soutlitriiltiuiwuy pi'd 31 ?i 31
t-us. and West 9i 94
6iis.aud West.prd 24K 244
bitvcillulloti Cert's.. 88i t3
TenuesseeCout Iron 11
Texas &P110III0 8 H
ToI.,Aun Arooc JJortli Miotic V II
OnlouPaoltlo 4 8?
Union Paolllo. Denver Uuir.... 3 SH
U.S. Corduire Co 5 5
UAOoruaife Co..pt'U 10 ill
Leather Co , 9 .'
LeatlicrCo. rd tV-t t3i
U.S.llubOer S !3X
V.S. Uuouer ul'd 19 4
Wabasli 7 7W
Wabastiofd 181 186
Western union 'lelsarrtipb....... RnV od')J
Wheollnir liiikoUno 10 10U
Wheeltuir uu lsno rd.:, OSX 'J'i
Wlsuotisln Central 2 3
Adams Isxnress 1 4'JA4 itt
Amerlcun tfixnress. , 113 115
DnitedSiutos Uxoress 40 44
Welis-Fat'KO lixuieaa 97 100
Ex-dlvldend.
Government Bonds.
Following: are the quotations for
United States bonds at the call to-day:
xt.3s. re?
4s.roir.. 1907
BH9
,.i.
IU3 S!0!)W
4s.eoui)..l!U7
4'sreir.. now
4s 001111011. unw....
New 5s. rox.. l'JOi...
New 5i 00110 . I'Dl.
Curreuov Vs. 18H7 ..
Cu.Teticv Si. 18IM..
Currenor tis,
"Ex Interest,
110 UI0U
U7?8ail7?)j
;iB9Siii(
1I3,VI13
Mai
1115144
1118 u
Chicago Market, May 0, 1800.
July
May
Wheat
Corn
Oats
Pork
Lnrd
Kiba
New York Wtioivt..
New York Corn..,,
.614
.-m
. .l!i
8.115
4.87
4.37
.!'$
.!);'.
.I8tt
7.07
4.1-0
4.30
.mi
SiJs
New York Cotton Exchange.
lilil. Aslcel.
May 8.13 8.14
June 8.10 8.17
July 8.11 8.18
Auirust 8.13 8.14
teptemoer , 7.(il 7.83
Uetobor 7.41 7.4'J
JSovemoor 7.211 7.30
Denemner 7.2!) 7.30
Janiiarr 7.31 j.'.ig
February 7.15 7.H0
March 7.33 , 7.40
stearly. Total sales, 11,000 Dales.
NEW IIAVKN LOCAL JjUO I'.V HON S
urnlshcd dally by K.nttifmr,r, Root DAY
Bankers andUrokers,l!) Oi'Uttaostt'uot.
BASK STOCKS.
Par Phi Aslcod
City Dank $10U 133 123
New iliivon Couuly Nations.
Bank.. 10 13V
Mechanics iiantt lit
Merchants' National Bank.... 50
New Haven National Dank... 100
Tradesmen's National llatilc.. 100
Second National Dank Ill')
Yale National BanH lui
HAlbtlOAD STOCKS.
Pat-
4H.
167
14 1 16
!fi7
lit 14
Bid Asko
I0i"i4 104
B. N. Y. A. L. preferred. .
loo
1
Danbury & Nnrwalk R. U. Co,
Detroit, Hillsdale &d. W
llousittome it. it. Co....
NntiiraMit'k U. It. Co
New Haven & Derby K.lt. C.
Newlltiveu & Northampton
N. V., N. 11. ill. K.U. Co....
Sh01uLllluK.lt
4J
00
uu
100
no
100
IJI
1JJ
03
SI)
840
M0
II HI
ITU
IUJ
17S
MISOKUIANKOUS SI'
ot;m.
lar 111 1 Aslce'l
'mi's, llolllnu: btuck
SB
54
101 H 10JW
sivi
as 40
7i
60 01
133 184
OS lttt
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lll.l Asked
New Haven Una Llisht Co,...
New Haven Wider Co
Peek. Slow Wi loose
Becmitv luauruuoe Co
Bwttt&Co
Telephone Cuus.& Pot
n. y.'&N.".)";;..'.". ..'.'.v.
Southern N. K
V S. liubber preferred, par..
MiSUil.l.iSliJUJ UOMOi.
Due
NowHavonClty7s 1901 ID
New Haven City 5s 1S.)7 100
New Haven City 4s, sewerava 10U 103
New Haven City 0a, " Ml J7
New Haven Town 0s 80 100
New Haven Town V. L laauo, 1019 97 100
Now Haven Uouool 4s liWt 10'!
8.N.E.Telopboneus 1001 101 -
S. N. K. Toleplione Dob. 5s... 'MS 98V NW
Swift&Co.Ou WW 109J
RAlLnOAUIlONOS.
Hub
Did Asked
107 -
131
R.&N.Y.A.L.ns I9trt
Danbury & Norwalic Us. It) il
Holyoke& Westlleld 1st 4s... toil
Housatonio Consols 5s 1007
100
131
UU
110
106
107
107
121
110
!W
105
118
113
103
131
New Haveu & Derby 83 low
New Haven & Derbv 7s. t'WO
New Haven & Derby 6s llWO
sew ttuvou & IN. TS, IWU
New Haven & N. 7a. 1871 1MIS)
108
1W
N. H. & N. Consols on.., 100.4
N. H.&N. 1st 6s Mil
Now London Northern 1st 4s. 1010
New London Northern 1st us. 1010
N. Y.& N. E. 1st 7s.. IU0J
N. Y.& N. E. 1st tta I0;
N. Y..N. H.&H. 4s.: l!M.)
l;o
lis
105
m
N.Y..N. H.ft H. Deb. 49 lH'.H
111!
W7W
1034
101
N.Y.. Prov. Boston 7s 1899
N. Y..Prov. & Boston 4s lOii
West Haven H. U. It. fis 1UU
Ex-Dividend.)
MAPLESDEN & BLANKMAN,
Bankers and Brokers,
52 to 5(5 Broadway, Now York City.
Members of tlio i
New York Stock Exchange
For 27 Years.
ACCOUNTS RECEIVED.
Stocks Carried on 5 Per Cent. Marglu-
Oorospondenee Invited. ap35 SaTuTh lm
For Executors, Administrators,
Guardians, Receivers, Trustees, Con
tractors, Officers and Employes of
Banks and Mercantile Houses, Officials
of States, Cities aud Counties, eto.
.--
JOHN E. LOMAS,
817 Chapel St.
Security Insurance 0.
OF NEW HAVEN.
OFFICK37 CKNTKK STKKKT.
tan Aeets Jan. J, 180,1, 7J3,481 58.
DIRECTORS :
Chas. S. Leete, Cornelius Pierpont,
Jas. D. Dewell, A. C. Wilcox,
H. Mason, Joel A. Sperry,
E. G. Stoddard, ; S. E. Merwln,
Wm. R. Tyler, ,: ,- John W. Ailing,
. T. Attwater Barnes.
CHAS.'S. LEETE, H. MASON,
President. Secretary.
3. T. DEWELL, H. C. FULLER,
Vice President. Ass't Secretary.
Jal eod
VERMILYE &CO
Bankers and Brokers.
Dealers in Investment Securities
16 ttnd 18 KASSAV STREET,
3J"o"W York, Oity.
CAPITA!,,
KIOO.OOO.
AKTHORTZKn CAPITAL
1,000,000.
NEW HAVEN.
CHAHTEUKn by the State of Connecticut,
with authority to act as Executor, Ad
ministrator, Guardian, Receiver or Trustee
under will or deed.
Is a lejtal depository of money paid Into
Court and all Public Trust Funds. Aots as
trustee for Municipalities, Corporations and
Individuals, and administers trusts of all
kinds.' Empowered to ant as registrar of
stocks, bonus or other evidences of indebtod
ness, manage sinkinv funds and do all bttsi
neossucb as Is usually dona by Trust Com.
paniea.
It also does a general Banking business,
collecting checks, notos.ooupons, and receive
deposit. Theprincipal of eaob Trust is in
vested by itselt and kept separate and aparc
from the general assets of the Company.
This Company is by law regularly examin
ed by the Bank Examiner of the State of
Connecticut.
Hdnhy Ii. Hotchkiss, TVm. T. Bartlett,
President. Treasurer.
Eugene S. Bristol. Ass't Treasurer.
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Ho. 46 Broadway, New York,
AND
15 Center Street, New Haven.
Members N. Y. Stock Exchange, Pro
duce Exchange and Chicago Board
of Trade,
C. 3. BOLMER,
Manager New Haven Branch.
All iasB of Railway Stocks aod Bonds,
also Grain, Provisions and Cotton, ISought
and Sold on Commission.
Connected by Private Wire with New
York, Boston and Chicago.
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
, " A SPECIALTY.
Pfie&li
fill,
MTV BURGXjAIIY, HUE,
UtH FOKGERIES,
By Hirlntf u Ssvlain tlio Vault of
Mercantile Safe Deposit Co.
Annual rental of safe from FIVE to SIXTY
POLiiAltH. Absolute security tor UodJs.
Stocks, Wills, Bullion, Plate, Jowalry, Pre
oious Stones, and all evidences of values. Ac
cess to vaults through the btuiklnirroomof
the Mechanics' Bank,
180UDKOUaOOie. CENTER STREET.
Coiiuon rooms for oonvonlonoe of natrons.
All parsons interested aro cordially invltal
to iuHiiect the company's premises; open
irotn a. m. to a p. m.
i BUUA8 k. j howbkiigk, rresiaeiti.
Oliver S. Wbitk, Vtoo PresUient.
Cbas, H. Thowbridoe, feo, and Treas.
Investment Securities.
$3,000 Housntouio It.B. Co.'s gold 5's of
1937.
5,000 S. N. E. Tel. Co. 5 p.o. Debs.
3,000 Watorbury Traction Co. 1st
(J old 5 s.
$5,000 Lynn & Boston R.R. Co. 1st Mtg.
Gold o's.
$5,000 Town of Orange, Ct,, i p.aBonds.
$5,000 Borough of Bethel, Ct, 4 p.o.
Bonds. .
50 bus N.Y.N. II. & H. R.I! Co. Stock.
12 shs 8. N. E. Tel. Co. Stock.
10 sits Boston Electric Light stock. '
80 shs Cowles & Co. Stook.
60 shs Swift & Co. stock.
M. B. NEWTON & CO.,
Investment Bankers, 68 Orange street.
STOCKS and BONDS
FOR SALE.
50 shs Chicago & Alton BR.
30 Bhe N. Y., N. H. A H. RU. Co.
5ll shs Cons. Holllng stock.
10 shs Boston lilectrlo Light.
1OT shs Portland Electric Light. ' '
aishs C. Cowles & On.-.. .
83,700 N. Y., N. H. & H. Kit. convoriible 4s.
S4.000 Watorhurv Traction Co. Uold as of
1938; non-taxable.
3,0110 Merlden H. BH. 5 per cent, of 1023
com rolled by N. Y. N. M. H. HK. Co.
siu.uuu Nortnatnpton uu. ttsor una.
$1 ,1100 Northampton RK. 7's ot 1 393.
K1MBEHLY, ROOT & DAY,
Agents of Cheque Bank, Loudon.
Investment Securities,
25 shs Merchants' National Bank.
25 shs New Haven Electric Co.
25 shs Meriden Britannia Co.
30 shs Security Ins. Co.
100 shs "West Shore R'y Co. g't'd.
3,000 Winchester Av. R.R. Co. 6 p.c deb.
5,000 Mlddletown St. R.R. 5 p.c. bonds.
6,000 N.Y N.H. & H. R.R. Co. debs. .
5,000 Waterbury Traction Co. 6 p.c. bds.
3,000 Swift & Co. 1 m'tg 6 p.c bds.
For sale by
H. C. WARREN & CO.
108 Orange Street.
. IIVESTIMTS,
$5,000 Merlden' Street ER," 5 per ot. bonds.
1.000 New Haven Street ll'y 5 p. c. bonds. ;
83.000 S. N. E. Telephone Co. 5 per cent. De
bentures. - $3,000 Lynn & Boston BR.. 6 per ot. bonds.
8:;,000 Riohmond, Va., Street R'y 6 per cent,
bonds. -
$5,000 Town or Orange, Ct., 1 p. o. bonds.
25 shs N. Y., N. H. & H. Hit. stock.
10 shs C. Co wles & Co. stock.
2i shs Swift 4 Co. stock. ,
, For sale by
The Chas. W. Scranton Co.
Investment Brokers.
840 CHAPEL, STREET.
T3E3CEJ
National Tradesmen's Bank.
Foreign Exchange.
LETTERS OF CREDIT
FOR TRAVELERS.
giCJSEClies,
Htati Hi llinls it
lk Mifi
Before purchasing a Bicyole. Highest
of High Grades.
Also the AMES and KEIM Wheels.
$50 to $100.
Agency at Brown's Harness Store,
153 lo7 George Street.
THE VICTOR.
Is not a raoer only, not a road machine only,
not a light rider's mount only, not a heavy
rider's mount, only, not famous for theso
tires, this saddle, that curve, or those rims
but famous the world over as a bicycle, with
lines and curves mechanioally correct, tires
most durable and resilient, saddles, rims,
hubs, spokes, all one and inseparable from
the perfect unity and individuality of a bicy
cle, original in its design, stroni? In its con.
structlon, of light draft, and durable in its
wearing qualities. One factory, one prod,
uct, one guarantee, one quality, one prioe
the Victor.
THE MACGOWAH CYCLE CO.
34 CENTER STREET.
Renting, Repairing, Instalment Privileges.
THE WHEEL FOR 1896.
The Thoroughbred "Dayton."
OTHER WHEELS. ALL PRICES.,
TILE GREIST MFG. CO., S57 Chapel Street,
R. GREIST, Manager Bicycle Dept. EXCHANGE BUILDING, .
Thursday, i'rlday, Saturday, May T, 8, ,
Wutlnoes Friday, Saturday,
THE MERRY COMEDY,
DR. BILL.
THE KANGAItOO DANCE and aU the origi
nal features.
. Mon., Tues., Wed., next weok,
Wm. Morris In "Michael StroRofT."
AY FESTIVAL
Off THE
CONNECTICUT
MUSIC TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION,
HYPERION,
Majr 18, and 20. '
See Advance Programs at MubIo Stoves.
Sine of reserved seats for three evening pt
forniances, ouly, opens Tuesday mornlnir.
May 13th ; 50 cents each. apg8 oodlut
- - -
CONTINCOD.S PISltrOUMANCK.
MACART'S DOGS AND MONKEYS.
TfltsccU;raeaiis.
$1,000 REWARD.
I HEREBY offer One Thousand Dollars re
ward for information which shall lead to
the arrest and conviction of the party on
arties who caused the explosion at my nousa
n Wcstville on the eveuioK of Thursday.
April J, 1896.
GEORGE E. ALBEE.
April !K), 1896. tny2 fit
The CRANK
Construction
Is a feature of the HerainRton Bicyole whloU
is much admired by all mechanics. ,
It la but one of the good features which
make the Remington outclass all other bi
cycles. -
There is nothing to equal it for $100,
If you want a wheel f oif less money, our
bieyoles for $60, $T5and $85 are the best
of their oloss and fully guaranteed.
THE B. C. BENNETT C0;;
158 Qrangk Street,
100 Steps North from Cbapel Street. ...'.
MODEL 2ET
The privilege of a good look
at the LADY FfiNTON is
worth a trip from quite a dis
tance to No. 7 Center street;
and the luxury of its use for a
term of years well worth the
One Hundred Dollars that it
costs. Store Open JEvenings.
ARTHUR GRIGGS,
7 Center Street, near Orange street.-
Perfect Finish
A Great Feature
OF THK
Prices-Model A $183, Model Q $85.
Riding Academy, corner of
State and Eld streets.
It s always a case ot love at
first' sight when you see the
"Dayton."
Its perfect finish, its many flu points
of consiructiou, its strongest of doubio
guarantees, make a sale to you almost;
certain.

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