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wtlem at ills Axn water ruin. LEOK HOLD TO NIS ir II. i YEN MEN, Itumor Allont That It is Purchasers In tcntlon to Erect an Klnctria Power Plant The Onorn Homo to be Memodclucl Entertainment for Kenoflt of Library. There was a rumor afloat yesterday that New Haven parties were buying Up the property along Muddy river and the water privileges, and that the same was to bo utilized for the purpose of es tablishing an electric light plant for New Haven. There was a change re coraeu in real estate that tended to give more tenor to the rennrt- nn W. and George . Tyler having sold to manes j. Anderson of New Haven the Tyler mills and water privilege. The privilege is the best on the stream and has long been used for power to run iae sawmiis. Another rumor reearcline- the Mnririv river water privileges la that the New .tiaven water company Is the party in torested in the purchase, and that the same is to be used as a further water supply ror the citv of n ki After the next show the opera house to oe ciosea ror a short time and a long needed change and improvement 10 oe maae. The seats in the audi torium are to he slanted toward the stage, after the style 01 otner more modern styled opera houses. It was a mistake, when- the building was erected, that this was not done, but for reasons best known to the architects and owner of the property the floor was left flat. An engine'attached to a freight train Drone down near the rubber shop about 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon and for a time travel on the up track was block ed. The 3:38 train north had to cross over on to the down track and then cross back aealn above. The Fanwood team of Yonkers will play the wallingford basket ball team In the armory on Friday evening, No vember 26. The suit of Albert Hall of New Haven against Lathrop & Shea, the railroad contractors-, for using the sand east of South Colony street, has been amicably settled. There was only one session at the Schools yesterday on account of the n storm. , A delegation from. Compass lodge, F. and A. M., will visit Center lodge in Merlden this evening to witness the working of the third fegree. The Wallingford pojo team as now made up comprises Bop Pettit, center and captain; Louis Bernatche and E. J. Heineman, rushers; George Gardner, half-back, and George Kahl, goal,, with Eddie Bawson as substitute. I Mrs. Hannibal A. Williams' recital of Shakespeare's comedy "As You Like It" will be accompanied by the following musical programme: "The Forest of Arden." "Tbe Hunt is Up." Mrs. Frank W. Eaton, Miss Mabel Hall. Part Song "Under the Grenwood Tree." Mrs. F. J. Hull. Miss Whittaker, Mr. S. A. Wallace, Mr. Peers. Part Rong "Bhw, Blow, Thou Winter Wind." Miss Hull, Mrs. Albert Jones, Mr. Tibbits, Mr. Carroll. Bong ' i "When Daisies Pled." Mrs. F. J. Hall. ' "What Shall he Have Tuat Killed the Deer." Miss Whittaker, Mr. Wallace, Mr. Tibbits, Mr. Peers. Duet "It Was a Lover and His Lass." miss iuu ana juiss Whittaker. Hymen's Song Miss Hull. Tickets may be procured at the libra ry and at Pixley's drug store. NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1897. AitaioitY notes. Ensign Trowbridge- Sncceods Englnoer "latlier In Knglnoer Corps Corps to be umrgea light Guards Banket Hull leain, , The engineer division of .the Naval Bat tallon held their first weekly drill last light. At the business meeting follow ins the drill Ensign Amasa Trowbridge M unanimously elected chief en glneer to flu the vacancy oaused by the resignation of Engineer Mather. F. C Spencer was elected ensign to fill the Place made vacant by Ensign Trow bridge's promotion. Both appointments havo to b It is expected that the division wlli aijive an assistant engineer soon. The division also voted to ask permission to increase the number in the division from eighteen, the present number, to thirty-two. The following new members were elected: L. L. Kellogg, jr., James Bas sett, L. B. Carter, J. S. Ecels, D. Rey nolds, R, ,H. Gillette, J. S. Brown. The Light Guard and the Sarsflelds held their regular weekly drill last eve ning, in a week or ten days the non commissioned ofllcers of the Light Guard will be appointed.. There are three sergeants and four corporals to be chosen. The Light Guard have a fine basket ball team this, season, which has play ed several1 outside games, taking- its full share of victories. .. The tearii is handsomely uniformed with the em blem of the team, a winged foot, simi lar to that of the N. Y. A. A. club in maroon. Thev will nlnxj. -tvtth a tonm nf a special company in Yonkers, N. Y., n mi eariy date. The men in the team are' Henry Vath, captain: rrharina Tnnuonn T)iv,owi Watson, John Shaw, B, L.' Walker, John Reed and John Vath. Ine Light Guard nnmmenen tho drill season with sixty-seven men, only one ""'i us iuu quota. At the meetinir of th Snrofloid inot evening the read and a letter- Hillyer Guard of Hartford inviting the comrjanv to hA nrocot D v,i vn Thanksgiving eve. Owing to the short ness or the time the Sarsflelds decided mat tne invitation could not be ac oepted. The committee on the rppsntinn reuunea. rne reeentinn la rt v. - 1 ... .w uc JiciU at Warner hall, November 17, and is to consist or an inrormal reception and concert. I'liJiSONA I. .TO I TIXOS. Charles F. Merwln, general manager of the Hubbell & Merwln Co., has been in Philadelphia, Penn., this week, going mere to re-erect at the big food exnnsi tion there the cotton oil products booth which was used at the New Haven ex- IllOll. vr. Harry, Hartunir of New Vm-ir who has been Bturlvlntr li nmnr,,,' spent last Sunday with friends in this General George H. Ford sprained his ankle on Mondnv hv ciir.r.i,o. n ing at his home, 65 Trumbull street, and win do connned to the house for a few days. He will he imnvvio v .,.,.,...,. at the chamber of commerce meeting io-nignt. , Mr. Walter a Mansfield leaves this week on an extender) trin twn.i. v, lumber districts of the northwest and tanaaa. Mr. Mansfleld goes as the representative of E. H. English & Co., manufacturers and wholesalers of hard wood lumber. Mrs. G. B. Bunnell is expected at her apartments at 314 Onwn fortnight's time. She has been at her bouthport home since the last of June, where Manager Bunnell Ulan: much time, comtnir Intn thn niiiy turn nv three days in the week to see that af- lairs tneatrical are in shape. Mr. and Mr3. William P Trnr.l. r.t Crown street left t6wn yesterday for xTOBion to attend trie wedding of the itinera sister, miss Blakie, to Mr, way, a prominent business nan nf Boston. The ceremonv will take nlnca Jonn M. Kaillv. a mnmlmi. nf at Mary's church choir, Is the Sarsfleld's newest recruit. His enlistment papers were forwarded to the n.rHiitsinr- rrpn erai s omce yesterday. madison. SETTLED. to , AHT AND LOAN EXHIBIT, To be GI von at Plymonth Church House To-night nnd To-inorrow Might. The art . and loan exhibition to be given in Plymouth house of the Ply mouth Congregational church, corner of Chapel street and Sherman avenue, promises to be a big success. The committee which has the affair in charge has spared no pains to furn ish both amusement and instruction for the patrons. It will be held to-night and to-morrow night. In the audience rooms several large stands have been erected and on these are placed many elegant and costly works of art. Suspended above these stands are numerous incandescent lights which add much to the effect and attractiveness of the works exhibited. Many of these are practically artists' proofs and are with difficulty distin guished from the original drawings, some of which cost more than Jl.OOO. These are to be sold at auction and will be delivered to the highest bidder to morrow night. In the audience room also is a large case containing a very interesting col lection of Alaskan and Swedish curios. In the ladies' committee room on the second floor is a display of old relics, articles of furniture, etc., used centu ries ago. This gives one an opportunity of peeping at his neighbors' treasures, which are objects of interest owing to their age and associations. Some of the articles on exhibition were in every day use during the war of the revolu tion. Besides all this the committee has provided an exhibition of the famous X-rays. George D. Foot of the Connec ticut Electrical company and George A. Saunders have this in charge. They have recently purchased one of the best machines in the market and a test of it last night waB very satisfactory. This will be the first time that an X-ray ma chine has been exhibited in this city. Many people should avail themselves of the opportunity of seeing the many wonderful things which can be accom plished with this machine. Owing to the expense of equipping this part of the exhibition a small extra fee will be charged. Besides this feast for the eyes the ladies will furnish a tempting feast for the palate. The food will be prepared in the famous Plymouth way. The exhibition is for the benefit of the Sunday school of the church and is in charge of the following committee: Andrew G. Smith, Joseph Woods, George D. Root, J. Preston Strong, George A. Saunders, Avery E. Ford. Th( IaHIps' r.nmmittee consists nf Mrs. George R Chamberlain, Mrs. B. A. Booth and Mrs.' John S. Bradley. The Hillhouse-New Britain Game Be Played at New Haven. In spite of reDorts tn thp the Hillhouse-New Britain game will Da piayea at yale field. Said a Hill ho,use team authority last night: "New 1 3 ... . ... Diiiaiu uaa uone ner Dest to get tne game at Hartford, hoping thereby to gain such' an advantage that she could win from Hillhouao. hv foul mpnna If not by fair, but although it looked at nrst as tnougn she would be success ful, the Hillhouse. nfRplnla action have secured the game here, where it has always before been played ana wnere tne rale management wish it played this year. Hillhouse now wisnes to aereat nsw Hr to n mpr-a than ever and is working energetically under Coach Sanford to accomplish the desired result. The game this coming Saturday is, the final game of the In ter scholastic series arid the winner gains possession of the Yale cup, a pennant and the championship of the State. The Yale run fa nffoi-orl k Via Yale Football association and will be come the DronSrtv of tho anh shall first win it three times. New Britain has already held it twice and it is not to be expected she will give it up without a hard fight; on the other hand, this is the first year since 1893 that Hillhouse has been in the finals and she intends to win the champion ship of the state this year. It seems to be the opinion of competent judges that she will do this, but she will have to play fine football. The game will be played on the 'Varsity field and will be: called at 10:30 a. m. next Saturday." SALAMANDERS WIN THREE. The Salamanders won threp Ktmio-ht from the Mercantiles last evening. Both teams got good spare records, the Sal amanders getting the record for this season. Johnson got high total, 615, and also the best single string, 211. For fancy spares Hollacher got 5-10 and 2-7 twice. Johnson, S-10, Coan, 4-5 and Smith 2-7. Nov. 9. Mr. and Mrs. G. S: Watsnn left Monday morning for New York, Mrs. Watson is a sister, of Mr. Ericsson F. Bushnell, who is to ,be married In Trinity church on Wednesday. Samuel H. Chittenden hns property belone-lniT tn'tho cctnta nf h - - - --'- O J1. inn late Patrick Kaine (deceased). The property lies along the trunpike run ning to North, Madison, and is a desira ble farm for anyone. The dale was made by J. Mvron Wnii . Last Friday evening while two of our young men were driving (not racing) rapidly down Wall street and turned to go west one of them ran against the horse belonging to John Dolph. Miss Ethel Dolph was on horseback and in some way the horse became entangled in one of the forward wheels, taking off the tire and felloe. Some spokes were broken out. ' M. Patt & Co., who are driving a rock well at the dairy farm of S. A. Chapman, have bored 180 feet through solid rock and are to go twenty feet deeper. A game supper, is to be hunted for to-morrow by about twenty bf Madi son s best shots. W. W. Crampton is to be captain on one side and O D. Redfleld on the other. A 11 expected. : The society of United Workers' are to meet at Miss Frances Bushnell's Wednesday afternoon. , An oyster supper -will be given at the-residence of , Richard Willafd on Liberty street on Wednesday D,ni for the benefit of the M. E. church so ciety. Admission fifteen cents. . Mrs. H. Lane-of Wall strAPt i ously sick with nevirnliHn nf th Mrs. Lane is the mother-in-law of Mr! &antord stone of New Haven. A NEW YORK MURDER. Jones 100 121 l.-)0 13 Johnson t. .. 144 1B0 211 B 17 Edwards .... 140 105 MO 4 17 f'nnn 131 iao ir.i k ia Hollacher ... 188 103 131 7 14 810 752 783 27 MERCANTILE. . 164 164 124 6 , 161) l.'U 168 3 . 123 145 110 4 , 136 120 150 4 100149128 4 752 718 080 21 0 3 3 10 4 441 515 474 433 482 Pppfc- , . . Smith Foote Hutchinson Bartlett . . . 75 26 2345 452 408 378 415 437 13 7 10 4 9 10 14 4 14 7 32 2150 DoprsnhiH'k Slitter .. . Basserman Berger .. . Metiann . . LINWOODS VS. filANTS LINWOODS. 12 3TotaI 180 157 160 500 120 132 130- 301 144 140- 105 470 180 179 1 74 5.3.1 142 190 151 483 769708 819-2380 GIANTS Sirrlnirhniia t"tzinger .. Horn Beck Helpellus .. Total 138 136 155- 42!) 116 148 159 423 l.il 155 116 422 164 131 203 4! 111 140 1211 380 680 710 7022152 THE MEN'S CLUB This Evening at City Mission Hall. The weekly meeting of the Berkeley Men's club will be held this evening at the City Mission hall, corner of Court and State streets. The exercises will commence -at 8 o'clock and will include songs by a Yale quartette. Applica tions for membership will be received, and membership cards and the club button Pfln hp rthffiinpfl frim thd ooa tary without exrjense of thnsp nlrpartv elected members. Members can also bring a friend to any of the meetings of the club. K. OF C. FAIR CLOSED. The four nie-hts' fair criven bv Rus sell council and Ladies' auxiliary of Knights of Columbus in old Union ar mory closed last nleht and was a finan cial as well as a social success. The two organiaztions will clear a npht sum of money for their efforts. Large crowds were in attendance each evening. CA8TOHIA, It SB SWT THE RED MEN. Hammonassett Tribe, No. 1, Improv ed Order of Red Men, held a regular meeting last night, at which they con ferred the haymakers' degree on one candidate. They will initiate one can didate at the next meeting. Man Kills His Wife in the Presence of His Son. New York. Nov. 9. Charlpa BpIiIpo-pI Blxty years of age, who keens a little grocery store at 251 East Seventy seventh street, murdered .his Tvlfo Pn.. ollne, forty years of age, this morning by shooting her in the head. He then tried to commit Bulclde bv puttlnir him self in the wrist and arm with a shoe- maKer s kn fe and s. pnrvino. vnin, tt- is in the Presbyterian hntmltfii is saia ne win probably rppovar A on Charles, fifteen years old, is held as a witness, ine cause of the murder and attempted suicide is said to be a loose nre on tne part of the wife and drunk enness on tne part of the husband. Of LOCAL INTISllliST. Rev. A. H. Mead, Mrs. Mattie May- nard and daughter, Alice, all of Merl den, left for Los Angeles, Cal. They expect to arrive there Saturday night and join Mrs. Armstrong of New Ha ven, Mr. Mead's daughter, who has been there about a year. The nnrtv in tend to remain several months in the west. A reception was given by Mrs. H. Coles of Minerva street. Derbv Neck. Monday evening, to Miss Ella Coles nf this city, who is visiting her. Refresh ments were served and a general good time was enjoyed. There were about twenty couples present, who evening in games, singing and dancing. A NEW HAVENER ARRHSTisn In a raid on nickel in thp int ,o chines made in Bridgeport yesterday uy oupennienaent or Police Birming- iittjii, liuwara j. warding, a New Ha ven man wno owned threa nf thp chines, was arrested on tne charge of operating gambling machines. Hard ing was released on $25 cash bond. The macnines will be destroyed. SUICIDE IN BRIDGEPORT. Bridgeport, Nov. 9. Frank Noll, aged iony-one, ror many years in. the em ploy of F. E. Lallv A. rvi h... was found hanging by the neck in the' Kitcnen or nis nome, 60 Seavlew avenue, at 12:30 this morning. Noll was well known, being a member of Concordia, Germania, Royal Arcanum and Elks. ITALIANS ENJOY THEMSELVES. About 200 Italians had a jolly good time in Harugarl hall last night. The occasion was the first grand annual ball given by Lombardi's Military band. BOUGHT A TRAMP'S MEMOIRS. The audacity and wit of the American tramp are proverbial, and undoubtedly they often save him from harsher treat ment than his merits and demerits en title him to. A country house near Buffalo recently received a call from one of these. SDecies. The man was dirty, unkempt and unmistakably a tramp. He also bore the sierns of ad diction to strong drink and general worthlessness. The humorous touch that finished the picture, as he came up with a eenial smile and a ernnd rival nf manner, was a round and fresh clerical collar, which had been liftptl vpt ,-p cently from the premises of the neigh- ooring college. "Madam," he said, "I am a mission ary but lately returned from long years of service in China and other heathen lands. For the sake of health and re laxation I am renewing my acquaint ance with natur and my native land in this unconventional manner. To help pay my way I am selling for the mere ly nominal price of fifteen cents this record of my experiences." The fellow made his speech with a look in his eyes that showed his enjoy ment of the game. The volume was a dirty castaway, rescued from an ash barrel, but still "The Life of the Rev. So-and-So, many years missionary in the Far East." "Dear, dear," said one of the ladies. "Haven't you a clean copy?" "Madam, there are others, but thev are with my baggage. And thev sn twenty-five cents a copy," he added; "this is the popular edition!" One of thp pnmnnnv nhnnvnj tu - 1 nwiiucu VV1L1I the style and impudence of the scala wag, went in to set the phnnm Thp,, he took his money, waved his dis manted derby affably and went on along the highway. The incident was hannflv plnspd hv tlip nn.nVi.,n . . j ywiv,uuBCl Ui LlltJ I "Life" of the derjarterl aiuuu, wnen sne could r.ntph hpi- breath, these ODenincr llnpa nf thp r,Q clous narrative: "I was born of hum ble parentase in the tmvn nt r!iont bury, Conn., March 18, 1793." Buffalo Commercial. H. STEINERT & SONS Just received a carload of Pianos. The "best stock in Connecticut to select from at Steinert's. 777 CHAPEL STREET, ttitrlaittmjeuts. PYRAMID LODGE LADIES' NIGHT. ' Pyramid lodge, A. O. U. W will have ladies' night at its hall on State street on the evening of Frldav. November 19. A musicale will be given and an ihter- estlng entertainment is being prepared. financial. JUST HOW HE DOTH. Im- The Way the Little Rnsv ti.o proves Each Shining Hour. G. W. Reynolds of I one of the oldest traveling men in the United States, is seventy-one years of age. Mr. Reynolds has a ranch, of which he en.iovs telllne- PVPtl mni.Q than he does of the exoerienpps thmno-h which he has passed during his half century upon the road. The ranch is near San Dleero. Cal Thp phipf duct is gained from two apiaries, which iteynoias visits every time his busi ness permits him. ' "In my apiaries, which are cared for by mv son." Said hp "thop a pnp hundred and forty stand of bees. The honey season lasts from a nrll tn -Tnlv This season my bees vlplrlpd fnrtv thousand pounds of honey, which sells in that country in bulk lots at four cents a pound. Two of the hives gave over five hundred Dounds each. For ten years I have been tnterpatpri in hp in a small way. and I takp errpntar In terest in them every year. A hive or stand of bees is worth $2.50. In it are the queen, the drones and the workers a total, population of from twenty to twenty-nve tnousand bees 'This very good-sized colony," he continued, "resides in a Mvp nr wnnj. en box. In the hive are a dozen frames tmrteen by seven inches. In these the bees make or deposit the honey, a foun dation of wax havlne- hppn flrat rtlpppri In each frame by the bee keener sn that the bees may have something to build UDon. The hnnev la tnlrpn put vf the frames every other week during the noney season, vvnile doing so there is a cue neeo or protecting the hands. The bees seem.tiht be the most InpllnM to sting one in the face. So as a nre- caution the man who is removing the honey from the hives wears a straw hat. from the hrlm nf whiph la hn.nr a silk veil, like they have to do up in the Klondike country to ward off the mo squitoes. '! "The queen- is (an absolute monarch Witnln her dominions shp la thp nniio puted boss of the'job. An ordinary bee lives during the workiner season nnlv forty-five days. Young ones are being natcned out all the time. A bee goes to worn at tne tender aire of three rlava and hustles like a veteran fnr fnytv. two days. Then it is -lust naturallv alt tired out, I suppose, for it dies. The aueen lives loniFtri and wh pn a vfinnt. queen comes into existence in the hive. sne anves tne om queen . out. Her loyal subjects fdllow her in her banishment, and that is what makes the swarm. "In southern California- the bees make water-white honey when the black sage is in blossom Trndlng Oonuinoly Strang und Buying of a (loot! Chin actor. New York, Nov. 9. The tone of the market for stocks during the latter part of the day's trading was genuinely strong. There Was steady buying of a good character all day, which seemed t'o be for long account, and in the final transactions the shorts were driven to cover quite urgently, carrying the level of prices strongly above last night's close,: so that the net gains in nearly all active stocks are over a point and in many cases, notabiy the grangers and some of the southern stocks, are nearly two points. The professional near element was prepared for a con tinuance Of their successful pa.mnnle-n of yesterday, and they set about raid ing tne market very soon after the opening, which showed fractional im provements in sympathy with London. Sugar was the vulnerable point of at tack and was driven down over two ner cent, on ill-defined rnmnra nf phancrea to be formulated of. illegal entries of imported sugar. The bears also suc ceeded in doDressiner New Jersev Cen tral, Manhattan and one or two other recently susceptible stocks. But the sympathetic decline brought about in the balance of the list was narrow and gave sufficient warning to the bears that they were not to have things their own way so unresisted as yesterday. The coalers' showed a. marked tendertpv to recover from their recent depression on reports of an agreement between the competing interests in the trade. The southern railroads enioved the benefit of the verv lnrjre. pnttnn mnvp ment. which has resulted from the lift ing of yellow fever quarantines, and which has sent the price of cotton to near the lowest price on record. The whole railwav list nlssh -woa strenirthpn ed by consideration of yesterdays su preme court decision denying the right of the interstate commerce commission to enforce absolutely the lonar and shnrt haul clause of the interstate law. There was a marked subsidence of apprehen sion reeardinar relations with Sna.in on account of Cuba, and intimation came during the afternoon, after the cabinet had gone into session at Washington, that an official announcement would he made there to-morrow of an expressed willingness on the part of Spain to ac cept tne good offices of the United States in aiding a settlement of the Cu ban question. One of the strongest factors in thp improved' tone was the larire and pnnfl. dent buying for London account. This was especially marked in St. Paul Louisville and Northern Pacific nrpfer- red. Money In London shows an easier tendency ana invites to Increase SDecu- iation. Part of the buying also was incident to the settlement in progress on the London echantre. Rennrts nf railway earnings were many of them very favorable, though Northern Paci fic showed a"1 decrease for the fourth week in October of over $36,000. There were periods of dullness and hesitancy during the day. and the total sales of all stocks were less than 400,000 shares, I'nion Pacific, Denver & Gulf ., (flA United State Express Co 40 U. S. Leather Co 7 Do Pfd fioU U. S. Itiihber Co lovjf Do I'fd hS Wabngh (tii. Do Pfd n Wells-Fui'KO Express Co 109 Western Union 8cm, Wheeling & Lake Erie 1 Do I'fd 8 Oregon R. E. & Nav. Co 32 711 45 00$ 17 05 174 HOVi us Chicago Mnrknt. v Corn Dec., 2(i'4B; May, 29t?f30. Oats Dee., li; May, 21. Porli Dec, 7.45; Jan., 8.40. Lard Dec, 4.15(ffl7; Jan., 4.30B. Ribs Dee-, 4.35; J-un 4,37. N. Y. Wheat Dec, 94B; Mav, 0214. N. Y. Corn Dec, 31; May, 35. Government Bonds. . Bid. Asked. 17. S. PYt. 2k. voir . (1ft tns sa, reg., iuui ir.fiyriii3 4S, coupon, 11)07 113114il 4s, ree.. 1925 li!7 ftC127i 4s, coupon, 1025 127 fr127Mi os, rcK., iuu4 , 114 ((1114 os, coupon, 1001..... 114 (;114', Currency 0s, 1K08 102ftil .. Currency 6s, 1808.. . 10d'4(i! .. Cherokee 4s, .....103 (A .. Cherokee 4s, 1809 103 Q .. f Condition of tho TreHBury. Washington. Nov. 9. iTn-rla.v's atn.tp- ment of the condition of the treasury snows: 'Available cash balance, $204, 865,498; gold reserve, $154,863,636; net silver, $15,638,528; United States notes in the treasury, $39,616,479; treasury notes of 18D0 $4,821,332; total receipts this day, $S32,852; total receipts . this month, $7,949,470; total receipts this year, $112,699,740; total expenditures tnis day, $1,115,000; total expenditures this month. Sll.043.000: tntal oTnotifllt. ures this year, $153,802,280; deposits in national oanks, $17,481,377. TS fas- tlmlls Signature "WVion white sage is flowerin the hnnVv is ilJ i,ess..than "00.000 shares. amber timre. In winter thp h.. 71 01 w"'cn ougai' ngton and St. Pam " '-.J marlp Lnlf -VT.. I L 1 uu". ncv gP.U'B in CACWJiJ no noney. seventy-live car-loads are shipped out of San Diego county in good years." Denver Republican. BRITISH PREMIERS HAVE COURTED SLEEP. HOW! Most nrominent men nre eithpi. re markable for their ability to sleep at a moment's notice, or else resort to some special method for indneintr thp same. Of Prince Ministers, Lord Derby on one occasioin advised an Irish mem. ber to "banish business matters from your mind by reading before goinir tn bed any trash calculated to bore or stupify you;" and Lord Rosebery found the hotwater cure effective: hut mpt of the English premiers have been able iu uo witnout any aids to slumber. Mr. Gladstone, as well known wnii in times of great anxiety lie down on a. sofa, and in a few minutes be fast asleen. while Pitt was a lsn a hip tp at anv time, attributinir tn this hnhit the fact that the most anxious of his life he was able to cast aside all care and worry, and enter into the frivolities or social ine as 11 nis minu were free. Once Pitt slept after an unusual strain for sixteen consecutive hours. Lord Palmerston was another Prime iMinia. ter who could woo sleep whenever he "leased, and was often seen in thp in tervals of hot debate fast asleep in his seat with nis nat drawn well over his eyes. London Westminster Gazette. of 2 per cent, were shown by Consoli dated Gas, which rose 7; Detroit Gas 3 (a gain of 11 points in two davsl: T.a.k Shore 3, Pittsburg. Columbus Cincin nati and St. Louis preferred 8' and Pullman 2. The bond market was rather milet. but prices held firm. The total sales were $1,350,000. United States 5s declined V, hid nnri the 2s registered . Following are the closinc nrWo . ' ported by Prince & Whiteiv hnntpa and brokers. 46 Broadwav. IMpw Vpl. and 15 Center street, New Haven; Bid. Asked. Adams Express Co 158 American Cotton Oil Co loir. Do rfd ..." 72 American ExpreHs Co "110 American Spirits Co j g American Sugar Ueliniug Co ...lm JI XiU .................. American Tobacco Co !' DO I'M Atch.. Tniieka Jfe Snnlii Do I'fd Do arii 4 i,ui ,.r.i-u Baltimore & Ohio "" liny State Uas Co Canada Southern Central of New Jersey '." Clies., & Ohio Voting Cts .... Cliicuiro. Hui'linirtpti A. nt,i,w. Chicago & E. Illinois..... ." Chicago Uas Co ....i... Chi., Ind. & Louisvlle Tin Vtil Chic, Mil. & St'fauV.""."."; I)n Pfil Chicago & Northwestern ..... Chic., Rock I. & Pacific .... Chic, St. P., M. & Omuua - leveiunu, u., u. ic St. Liouis . Tol .110 :i2T4 J"As . 84 . 2014 :!! .05!, . 28 . 01 V! 103 J014 73 lis 1) 2:s 131 so 113 IMi 27ft 53'i l-'Va 0 n.-i 2o;:s 03 07 0 30 0174 1302 flu fa linllA tigsatuie Of OA8TOHIA. mapper, it sa erer rppeR Bonds and Stocks for Sale. $0,000 New London Gas & Electric 1st gold 5's. $5,000 Bridgeport Traction Co. 1st 5's. $2,000 N. Y. & New England RR. 1st 6's. $5,000 North Packing & Prov. Co. 1st 5's. $3,000 Waterlmry Traction Co. 1st 5's. 100 shs Utlcn & Black River RR., guar. 7 per cent, by N. Y. Central & Hudson RR. . 10 shs New Haven Water Co. 20 shs N. Y., N. H. & H. RR. KIMBERLI, BOOT & DAY, Wednesday and Thursday Evenings, Noveui. Donelly and Girard IN THE GEEZER. "i. oeiua now open Snip rites. Regulaa na oc Mr. HENRY E. DIXEY, THE) MAGICIAN, In a marvelous spectacular production of Magic, Mirth, Mystery. Pites f SeatS opoos Thursday. RegulaD : nlO 4t G-RAO OPERA HOUSE rrOPVPn"sI,ali,omidy- "LITTLH JACK SPECIAL NOTICK-Everv KrTs tlje Wednesday Matinee will leceive a box of Bonbon PRIOES-Mati-TiuSft T1. ?rjU': N'eht-10 20, 30, G0 ill .vwa A MU L.VJ Li. iVl , lN UK. Hayes and Lytton. ASAFU AKn rmvt;r,.,.r , Method of Accumulative Investment is of- American Iteul Estate Company. Hfti r!nf a .... 1 , uuuunuv gtff:Z Vtnot WiOOO.OOO In. ......... ... ..y, neai instate, irnr nnn. ticulars call on or write to UiiAttWSS H. BLAKESLEE, Room 807. First Haven, Conn. Sneelnl Aepn Nat Bank Building, 'New!' ii9 ly KSTABLISTTRll 1R7 H. C. FRIEDMAN & CO., oiinniSKS AND BROKERS, II) Willi Knnt v 1. and 2d Church Street, Poll's Build, ins:. New Haven. Members New York Consolidated Stock Hi MAX M. FISHER Manager New Haven Branch, 1 Direct private wires New York unA Chi cago. liussua, isruuiia, ukain, COTTON ana PROVISIONS bougiit and Bold for Cash ot on 3 to 5 per cent margin, in large or fra tional lots. National bank references furnished on an. plication. . . r , Prince & WMtelT. 1 National Tradesmen's Bank. ! Foreign Exchange. LETTERS CREDIT FOR TRAVELERS. VERMH.YE & COH Bankers and Brokers, Dealers in Investment Securities. 16 and 18 NASSAU STEEET, SXTow 'STovls. Oity. CAPITAL lUU.UUO. AUTHORIZKD OAPIXAH l,UUO,000. .110 llO'j . OVA, . 4W 7ni oy ouying your Horse Blankets ;0r Street and Stable use of Moftc 11 PvMln,,,. Lake Erie & W(,stern n n J . L ...... V Vli SLULK 731. 31 1ot:i. loo lli.l.. T.anir Ji- Wn,lum, '"ika Denver tk. Rio Grande Pfd!!! 44 Erie 1 -,if. Tin I'M nil Ceneral Electric Co!..'.!!!!!!!!! 31 iiiiuois uuiitnu 00 10814 15,5 45 151,4 35Mi 32 100 before purchasing. 153-157 GEOItGH STREET. Security Insurance Co. of New Haven. OFFICE 37 CENTER STREET Cash Assets Jitoaurr 1, iggf, 733,sob.43 l'iHLKryrrno. Charles 8. Leete, Coiueiius Plemont A 1 ' U , , .. ' I In I'f.l Louisville & Nashville .... Manhattan Elevated .... Mo., Kansas & Texas ! I)n I'M Missouri rueiic' !!!!!!!!!"" 1 Mitional Lead Co Do l'f.i N. Y. Cent, it Ilu'iis'rin"""' N. Tl Chic. & St. Louis.... New ork ii.., N. Olltnrir, Ac Western Norfolk & Western I'M . ' North Auiei'ic.'iu Co iNoriuern Paciuc Do Pfd ij l'h icifle Mail S S r :!.' a ..OS .. 54V2 .. 07- .. VJLV, .. 31 .. 27tt ... 32'4 ..101 ..105 1051j ..1S 181 .. 15'i . . 3"t . 4U 1-,'J 70 54 08 28 -394 10 James D. Oewell, M. liason, E. ti. Stoddard. A. C. Wll.o- WUU91U U. lyier, John W. Ailing, CHARLES S. LEETE, H. MASON J. D. DEWBLU H. C. priM Vb Vice President. A Pneifle Mail S S rn Peoria, Iee. t Ev ."!!!!" Phil. & Reading Votinii (Its p Tin roil I. at !..!.. Pullman Palace Cur Co ...!.'! Silver Bullion Cert's '.! Southern Railway Co. Com.. uo I'lU Standard Rone Sr. Twinn Sus. & Western ' Do Pfd Tennessee Coal & Iron Texas & Paeilie 101., Ann Arbor & N. Mich.. 2! fi 1 3S 2!) 23H l"!i 10 j Ccion Pacilic '. .!!!! 205J 20 33'i 1 0:114 50 20ii 23 11 13 2016 if eji- CHARTERED by the l'-ite of Conneetl. cut with authority to act aa T Eiecutor?.d! ?nldneSrtf,rbrH1Ueae,di.iaU' 0t T trustee lor Municipalities? Voti oratlots Ind Iiidividuals, and aamlnlsters trusts of ,hi kinds. Empowered to uet as reelstrat of Blocks, bonds or other evidences of ' inVipht edness, manage sinking funds, and do nil Companie?" " " USUUllJr done It also does a general Banking business, collecting checks, notes, coupons, and ? celve deposits. The principal of each Trnat is Invested by Itself and kept separate and apart from the general assets of the Com, pany. J1!?'? cSmP,!!n3rJsraby '?w regularly exam, loed by the Bank Examiner of the State of Connecticut. ffVHDV T. TtrtmriTTTrTtsa r . EUGENE S. BRISTOL. Treasurer. BANKERS AND BROKERS. No. 46 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members N. Y. Stock Exchange. Producer Exchange and Chicago Board of Trade. C. B. BOLMER, Manager New Haven Branch. All nOBie rt Tll.nn tnAlr. n nd Sold on Commisalon. Connected by Private Wire with New Torfc Boston end Ohlcago INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. PERCIYlt B. IRKING, , (Member New York Stock Exchange,) Banker and Broker, 67 Exchange Place New York. BRANCH OFFICE. FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, ROOM 302 ) ED. W. COLBY, Manager. . AH stocks and bonds listed on the Nem Vnrlr Htnclr V.vnhamra tinnnk, anf UM O- wwubM. bviu .US Cash or oa Margin. . ;. , Fractional Lots and Investment Securities a Specialty. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Private Wire to New York. CIS U ' Telephone 1168. ";' Money to Loan. On Furniture, Stocks, Bonds, or any goo4 , collateral. Real Estate bought ana sold. Mortgages negotiated. GENERAL AGENTS 1 1 Connecticut Building and Loan Association. L Collateral Bankers and Brokers, Roams " w . . . ............. ..una IUIIUIUKb 42 Church street. Telephone 912-4. Offlca hours 8 n. m. to 6 p. m. KENNEDY & SMITH. Boody, McLeflan & Co. Bankers and Brokers, 57 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. MEMBERS OF New York Stock Exchange. B0M)S AM STOCKS Boughtand Sold on Commission Also Cotton, Grain and Provisions. Investment Securities A SPECIALTY. Hew Haven Branch, 87 Orange St JOHN C. CLARK, Manager. PRIVATE WIRES to New York "and Chicago, , FIRE INSURANCE. Always get the best when it costs no more. 4 of the 5 largest and 7 of the 13 largest companies represented at North's Insurance Acrencv. 24 UUUitCU BXiUfliCU5 J 9 DEFY BU?M p molt. c i 11. 9 Rv TTIrln or n finfa in r 1. - fame Ot Mercantile iiafe Deposit Co. BondeT Stokrwil... Bullion: Ptat? elry. Precious Stones, and all evidence of access 10 vaults through the bank, log room of the Mechanics Bank 72 CHURCH, COR. CENTEB STREET Coupon rooms for convenience of patronn. .rtAil ?f """S Sterested are coroialft ffifc dfJ o8pett company's premises; opea from D a. in. to 3 p. m. THOMAS R. TROWBRIDGE. President OLIVER s. WHITE. Vice Preddent. CHARLES H. TB0W.BBU)GSr!lsLt4 Trim.