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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1899.
LATEST FAIR HAVEN NEWS X'OliT BALE LOHOK WZT.Z. GIVE A TROLLEY liimi THIS EVEKISO. MAYORS MEET IN NEW LONDON. Flail Commissioner's Return Lecture Iti Polar Star Hull To-morrow Will bo Very Interesting- G. Brenner Iluclly Ilumoil About Ihtilluuils-Other Louul Notes, Columbia Castle was represented by several members at the meeting of the grand castle, K. G. E., held at Savin Rock yesterday. The big barge Buffalo Enquirer, which brought a cargo of cement for W. A. "Warner & Ero., has been chartered by the firm to return for another load. The barge will go to EddyvlUe, N. Y., and load 1,000 barrels Roscndale cement and thence to Jersey City to take on 1,000 barrels Portland cement. The boat Is expected back here next Monday. The barge will be hurried up as there Is a god demand for cement. The steamer Isaac E. Brown, which carried out the fish commission and other officials to the Bridgeport natural oyster beds, Monday, has returned. Cap tain Brown reports that it was about the worst day of the season. The boat chipped several seas, but proved herself an able sea boat. Dredges were thrown out and tests made show the set of the natural oysters this season has been a good one. Mrs. H, H. Franklin and son of James street are visiting In Springfield. James Dunn will give a lecture on temperance In Polar Star hall to-morrow evening, under the auspices of St. Francis T. A. B. society. There will also be a cinematograph exhibition of pictures of the recent Spanish war. Fort Hale lodge, N. E. O. P., will give a trolley ride this evening. A special car will leave the New Haven green at 7:45 o'cloqk and another car leaving Grand avenue and Ferry street at o'clock. The destination Is Cosey Beach, where there will be music and dancing In the pavilion. ' Kev. Mr. Whlttaker, who was re cently located In Missouri, has been stopping for part of the summer with his family in Fair Haven, visiting Mrs. Whittaker's mother, Mrs. Doolittle of Perkins street. Mr. Whlttaker has become settled over a parish in Wil llamstown, Mass., recently, and Mrs. Whlttaker and child left yesterday join him. ( A young lady from Derby who has been visiting her aunt on Blatchley avenue has been relating her experience in a prize puzzle solution. A paper of fered $300 In gold to the person guessing the puzzle aright and if more than one, the prize money was to be divided This young lady was informed that her solution was correct, but there were so many preceding her who had been sue cessful that' her portion of the prize would be but a small amount in fact only two cents. In view of the fact that her portion was so small, she was of fered a 5 gold watch for $3. It needless to say that she did not invest A lawn party is being arranged for the Annex fire1 department, to be given this evening on the Grannlss lawn, on Forbes avenue. There will be given an entertainment and refreshments will be served. . The funeral of James Fitzgerald, who died Monday at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. Sullivan, 161 Clay street, will be held from St. Francis church this morning at 9 o'clock. Mr. Fitzgerald was one of the well known Irish resi dents of the city and had been ill but a short time from acute dysentery. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Healy have gone to Ocean Grove, N. J. G. Bremer, employed as an engineer at the railroad power house on Ferry street, burned both hands severely Monday, caused by the breaking of an electric connection. Mrs. Maria S. GJadwin of Exchange street has gone to Sachem's Head to remain two weeks. Annual Session of the State Associa tion. New London, Sept. 12. Many Con necticut mayors were the guests of Mayor Cyrus O. Beckwlth to-day at the annual meeting of the Connecticut Mayors' association. The visitors were driven about the city in carriages this morning and also taken to the top of the Munsey building for a view of the surrounding country. Ex-Postmaster B. F. Mahan of this city entertained the mayors at luncheon. At 2 o'clock this afternoon Mayor Beckwlth entertained his guests at dinner at the Ocean Beach pavilion and the day's programme closed with a trip on the steam yacht Tillle, owned by Mayor Osgood of Norwich. Among the mayors present were: Mayors Barlow of Waterbury, Treston of Hartford, Weeks of Middletown, Tanner of Willlniantic, Fuller of Put nam, Heath of Itoekvllle, Kerr of Dan bury, Drlscoll of New Haven, Coburn of South Norwalk, Condon of Derby, Sterling of Bridgeport, Clover of Nor walk, Osgood of Norwich, and ex Mayors Farnsworth of New Haven and Bohannan of South Norwalk. to CTRL POISONED BY A JCISS. Miss Lizzie King of St. Louis May Die as the Result. , St. Louis. Sept. 12. Miss Lizzie King may die because of a kiss, accompanied by a slight bite. She is now at a hos pltal suffering from blood poisoning and the doctors say that her condition is eerious, At a party given Saturday night, in a kissing game it fell to the lot of Miss King to be kissed by Herman Crige. She was bashful and demurred. finally refusing to comply. He was insistent and playfully remarked that he would take the kiss by force. . This tontiment met with popular approval A skirmish ensued in which of course Miss King was kissed. The next day swelling set in which developed into malignant poisoning to-day. Her face is swollen to several times its normal size. wm of faxny da vkwoht. Estate Divided AmongSlster., Brothers, Moii-ln-Law find Iliisbnuil. Plymouth, Mass., Sept. 12. The will of Fanny Davenport, the actress, has been filed in the Plymouth county pro bate court. By the will the sum of $34, 000 is bequeathed to Florence C. Tiers, Blanche Davenport and .Mary D. Sey mour, sisters of testator; Edgar L. Davenport and Harry Davenport, brothers; Edgar L. D. Seymour and Harold Tiers, cousins, to be divided equally. The sum of $3,000 Is left to George McDowell, son of Melbourne McDowell, together with all sums be longing to testator on deposit at the Manhattan Savings bank of New York. Miss Davenport's country residence at Canton, Penn., is left to her sisters. May D. Seymour and Florence C. Tiers. To Miss Davenport's husband, W. Mel bourne McDowell, is bequeathed her library of books at the residence in Canton, all her manuscript plays and the residue and remainder of the es tate, both real and personal. The will namef as executors, W. Melbourne Mc Dowell, Jacob W. Lockman and May D. Seymour. It bears the date of June 2, 1892, and the witnesses were Theo dore Dewltt, Thomas B. Rand an lisr timer Bishop, all of New York city. If the llaby I Culling Teeth. Be sure and use that old and well-tried rem edy, Mm. Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup, lot children teething. It soothes the child. Mortens the gums, alloys all pain, cure wind colic, and Is the beat remedy for dlar iboea. Twenty-five cents a bottle Oil UWt'&w 1 FUNERAL OF JOHN II. SESSIONS. The funeral of John H. Sessions, who died on Sunday, will be held at the Prospect Methodist church, Bristol, this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Previously there will be a short service at the house for the family. While the fu neral will be a public one, the interment in the family plot In West cemetery will be private. It is quite probable that all business in town will be suspended this afternoon, at least during the hours of the funeral. Rev. Dr. C. H. Buck, the pastor, will have charge of the funeral services, as sisted by the Rev. A. H. - Wyatt of Brooklyn, the Rev. George L. Thomp son, the Rev. A. C. Eggleston, former pastor, Dr. Beach, a former president of Wesleyan college and a lifelong friend of Mr, Sessions. All of these clergymen are former New Haven pas tors. It is probable that Dr. Raymond, the president of Wesleyan university, will also be present. The interment will be private. NEW HAVEN COPPER BINGHAM AND EASTERN COPPER MINING COMPANY, . Incorporated May 18, 1899. Capital Stock 200,000 Shares Par Value $5 Each, (Stock Full Paid, Non-Assessable.) An Enterprise Controlled by Well Known Local Business Men. OFFICERS : Charles K. Graham, Vresident ; Israel A. Kelscy, Vice President and Treasurer 5 W. S. Tucker, Sec retury. ...... UlKl!.OTOK8 : Cliiules K. Graham of Jus. Gralium & Co., Brass Founder, New Haven ; ibraol A. Kelsey. Street Hallways, Now Haven: KiiRene II. -Jlurr, Pres. Columbia Trust Co., liddlct(iwn, Conn.; WlntUrop i. Jlushuell, N. K.Keii. Uouorul Electric Co., New Haven; J. Busbuoll Sperry, Investments, Chicago, 111. A Conservative Estimate. With ore averaging one-fourth of the value shown by assays just received at the offices of this Company, and with ' copper selling as low as 10 cents per pound it is now bringing 170 iti the market, car load lots this Com pany will be able, within a year, to make a minimnm return of 25 per cent, on the par value of its entire capital. The public is invited to carefully investigate, at this office, all the figures upon which this estimate is based. The direptors of this, Company have ordered the beginning of work during the current week, enlarging the tun nel above the copper zone upon this Company's properties, and ihe driving of same into the copper zone. ; BIG HOTEL ADDITION. Preparations Being Made to Add One Hundred Rooms to a Woodmont Ho tel. Olln H. Clark, proprietor of the Bon sjlene hotel, Woodmont, clos-es his hotel next week for the season after a very successful season and is making prepa rations to greatly enlarge the hotel by building on an addition of one hundred rooms. He is now preparing the plans for the work. This addition wjll give the Bonsilene one hundred and thirty rooms. The house has been crowded all summer and many guests had to be provided with sleeping rooms in some of the neighboring cottages. Frequent ly as many as seventy guests were pro vided with meals at a time at the house this season. PREMIERSHIP IN TTEIIE PACIFIC. Russia, Japan, the United States, and Great Britain are the four protagonists for premiership In the Pacific." Germany and France possess opportunities for annoyance, but hegemony can be theirs In only the smallest degrees. Just as France in New Caledonia is a thorn In the side of Australia, so Germany In the Carolines has placed herself athwart the American line of communication between San Francisco and the Philip pines. If the next great struggle is to be between Germany and America, as Admiral Dewey thinks, the Americans will realize; their mistake' in allowing Germany to acquire the remnant of Spanish dominion In the Pacific. But beyond that Germany- can do little. Unless she is able materially to aug ment ner present possessore she can 1101 nope 10 oe in me running tor a leading place in the Pacific. In Amer ica, the idea already obtains that the United States are the paramount Power between the Chinese and the American seaboards, and that the destiny of the Pacific is to be an American lake. Hut the talk in which some leading officials and politicians in Washington are in dulglng is as the prattle of a child ex cited by a pop-gun. America can only acquire the authority she seeks in the Pacific by an alliance with Japan or Russia. But Japan leans toward Great Britain. The Americans, therefore, turn 10 Russia, the powerful magnet which seems to attract republicans ir resistibly, and the Russo-Amerlcan combination is not a possibility. Russia will tap the natural wealth of Sibeiia and northern China. Khe -will find the sinews both of war and commerce in the one, and the raA: material of con siderable naval forces In- the teeming population of the other. In the tin likely event of a Rnsso-American alii ance in the Pacific, Japan and Great Britain will be driven together by need of mutual protection. Japan, with con tinued organization and a measure of good fortune, cannot wholly fail to se cure a large voice In Pacific destinlfS, The incursion of Western Powers has robbed her of the position of ascendancy and independence to which, she would have attained as the result of her adop tion of Western methods, and the yel low race will only now be able to assert Itself In the Pacific in league with, or under the domination of the white race. Japan recognizes two things: that at the moment Great Britain is the para mount power in the Pacific is the para Great Britain's attitude is defensive, not aggressive. London Saturday Re- lew. Sew York Cotton Kxehmige. Deported over private wire by H. C. Fried luiia & Co,, bankers unil brokers, 10 Wall street, N. Y., and 703 (Jhnpel street, New Haven. N. A. Tanner, Mummer of Local Branch. Opening. Closing. October 5,!)!1 o.Oi November 8.02 3 07 December C.IH! 6.04 January 0.11 0.01) Ko bunny a. lit 6.12 March O.JS O.'xj April O.M 0.1!) May B.iffl . 6.23 'gunvtxinmtuts. ffttwiicwl. REPORT of Hie Condition of The NATION AL TRADESMEN'S BANK, at New Hn ven, in the State of Connecticut, flt the close of business September 7, asuu: RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $1,002,35805 Overdrafts, secured ana unse cured 1,007 7 IT. S. Bond! to secure circu lation 150,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc 1U3.1U8 7 lianklnir house, furniture, and i fixtures 50;000 00 Revenue stamp account 88 GJ Duo from NllllrtJllll ballka (not reserve audits) 70,837 39 Due from approved reserve agents HTl.ow? 2o Ul'll..l.li It wounesuar, sep. 13, A Colonial Girl" with Howard Gould Sale of seats opens Monday, 11.50, ?1.00, 75c. Prices 8 5t TO INVESTORS. ' No subscriptions at present price of $3.00 per share will be received at this office after Monday, October 2d, 1899, except that subscriptions coming through the mails shall bear date not later than October 2d, 1899. V On and after October d, 1800, the price of stock will be S.oo per share (par value) without deviation therefrom. Chocks and other cash items. Exchanges for clearing house,. Notes of other National bank. . Fractional paper currency, nlck- els au.fl cents Lawful Money Deserve In Rank, Specie $75,9401)5 Legal tender notes. .. . 4,035 (K) Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir culation) Due from U. S. treasurer, other than 3 per cent, redemption fund 3.006 50 75,609 58 0,265 00 095 83 viz 80,575 95 6,750 00 2,000 00 Total $2,088,021 24 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 300,000 00 Surplus fund 150,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses nnd taxes paid 36,218 87 National bank notes outstand- .' lng 133,310 00 Duo to other National banks. . . . 03,273 53 Due to State banks and bank ers 17,703 62 Dividends unpaid 72 00 Individual deposits sub ject to check $1,138,154 02 Demand certificates of . deposit 18,844 20 1 Certified checks .... 5,444 10 , Cashier's checks out standing 195,000 0O"i,357,443 The Company has made plans for developing its mines on a large scale, and this ne cessitates an increased working capital. As soon as the Company shall begin shipping ore ITS STOCK SHOULD RISE to many times par. .. . . To those who have idle money, we say : ''Come to our offices, investigate our under taking at close range, then decide for yourself." Terms of Subscription as follows : Cash in advance, or down payment, 40 per cent.; 50 per cent in 30 days, and 30 per cent, in 60 days. Remittances should be made payable to Israel A. Kelsey, Treasurer. Make application for Prospectus and Subscription Blanks to VV. S. Tucker, Sec'y. OFFICES: Rooms 214, 215 and 216, First National Bank Building.New Haven, Conn. Telephone 637. Caution. "A man who officiates as judge should be perfectly fair minded, shouldn't he?" said a distinguished looking man at Rennes. 'Of course." 'Well, we've got to quit letting in so much evidence for the defence. The first thing I know I'll find myself get ling prejudiced in tne prisoner's favor." Washington Star. financial. The flock Market. New York, Sept. 12. Values of secur. ities suffered to-day from further liqui dation of speculative accounts induced by the contraction of loans by the banks for the purpose of replenishing their depleted reserves. Some sentimen tal effect was produced by the sudden death of Cornelius Vanderbilt. But this event, though sudden, was not wholly unexpected and those properties ,'Ith which the name is most closely as sociated gave evidence of support. Late in the day after loans had either been readjusted or paid off there were some notable recoveries in prices, not a few of the railroad stocks rising above yes terday's level. In the flnnl hour there was a rather urgent demand from the shorts to cover, which helped the rally. Some stocks gave the appearance also of a demand for .bargain hunters. All grades of stocks were thrown up on the market during the day as the rate for call money was marked up by successive stages or loans were called outright. The standard railroad stocks suffered In equal degree with the Indus trials, as evidenced by the weakness of the grangers and a two point decline In Pennsylvania on large offerings. The bears were watchful for opportunities all day and were quick to take the market away from sellers. They had their greatest kuccpfs In Brooklyn Transit, which broke par on the open ing transaction. The most strenuous efforts at support failed to hold this stock and it fell to 95. The Flower group showed keen sympathy with the weakness In this stock. People's Gas, Federal Steel and International Paper dropping from two to three points be low last night's level and Rock Island leading the van of the grangers. Ten nessee Coal opened off 9V& points and fluctuated very feverishly over a range of five points. Colorado Fuel moved In sympathy, but otherwise the Iron and Steel stocks were relatively firm nnd came up In the final dealings to a level above yesterday's close in several In stances. Sugar was one of the heavy sufferers on the active list. Some of the lees active stocks to show notable losses were Chicago and Eastern III! nols, Consolidated Ons, Mobile and Ohio, Cleveland. Loralne and Wheeling preferred, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie, Omaha nnd Lacka anna, In which the declines ranged from 3 to 6Vfc. Manhattan was weak at one time but rallied strongly on the decla ration of the regular quarterly divi dend of 1 per cent. The newly listed United States Milling stocks gained l'ifil respectively. Railroads in the southern group, the Pacific and Atchi son preferred showed a better resistance to the weakness than the general list and in some cases established net gains before the close. The heavy liquida tions of the last two days has undoubt edly resulted in strengthening the con dition of the banks. The call loan rate, after rising to .9 per cent., fell again to 6. but this was only after the day's de mand had been satisfied. Reports from Washington indicated that the treas ury department was Indisposed to offer measures of relief so long as liquida tion was not forced beyond purely spec ulative limits. Bonds were weak In sympathy with stocks and there was considerable li quidation manifest in the speculative issues. Total sales par value $1,915,000. United States old 4s coupon declined in the bid price. Mi IV ruilli STOCK iUAICHhT. Brooklyn II. T. Co. .104 100H 05 Canada Southern .. M M'i M Central ot N. .1 ll(li Utlesa. ic Ohio .... liTti C, 11. : q 1X! C, Mlhv. & St. 1'.. .1.11V, Chic. & N'west IIW'4 V., It. 1. & Pacine. .117'i C, St. I'., M. & O...U7 Chic. & Gt. West. . l l"4 C, t'., C. & St. con. Whs Colit. Tobacco Del.!. & Hudson... 1., I.. Ac W Federal Steel Lo I'M (lenenil Klectrlc . . Illinois Central .. lionln. Nash. ... Manhattan Ml Met. St. Itallwav. Mo.. K. & T. I'M. Missouri f'ncltlc .. N. V. central N. V'., (Int. Ai W.. Norfolk & W. I 'I'd. Northern I'aclHc . Do I'M Pacllic Mnll Pennsylvania .. .. Pullman Peoples' (las Co .. 1'lilia. &. Iteiiillnu;. Do 1st I'M Southern Ity I'M BKi; .lHtl . 48 .l-'Ui 177 . 5H .'122 .11M . Mi .2()."iVl . 4'Hf, . 4;i .l:i . M . 7" . r.:iV4 . T.T-4 . 41 .lauvi .nil's .no . 2Ui all', -"s Tenii. Coal & Iron. 112 1M 27! llWi myt KI7 invi 117 IW4 Ml 14 17 44 1 !.' 1177 h'.t'i M7k 12'J m Ml 11 20(i,4 401.1. 4H7i . 1-Wi 21 i 7o -m v, 41 101 1KI74 21 V4 nit (4 .2 114 27 IHl'Ji l:toy4 1iiH Hi 117 14',i 07 02 1K 27 1.121: l.'ll 117 14H 5.VH 1S7 41'4 122 174 r,s HI 121 '4 U24 ) 11.VA 4!y, 4.-I-4 i:i 1MU4 42 121H, 174 .".i!V4 12! & 112'i 7S I i:v4 2.V r- 4ii-4 i;ti huh 111 21 '4 r.7M Lli'mi Pacllic Do I'M U. W. Uublier Co. .. V. S. Leather I'M. . Walmsli I'M Western Union .... 4.-.W 7(!'i 4s-;(, 74 V4 21 118'i 112 40 44 '4 75 "4 2P4 SO 4S 414 2H4 tS,i 40 4.-1 '4 .((1' 7,1 1 IWli 41 Hi 1:11 11 21 fS '214 IK! 4.-. "(t 4x14 7.". 21 8iJ (.Innll Prices. 'Following nro the. closing prices reported by Prince & Wlilteiy. iiankers and llrokers, 02 Broadway, New York and 13 Center st , New Haven. Hid. Asked Opening, Illichrat, I.owent QunlHllona Ou the New York Stock Exchange, reported by Prince & Whltely, Brokers, 13 Center Street. New Haven. . Open, nigh. Low. Last. Am. Stepl Wire Co. MV4 Am. Sugar Co 131 Am. Tin Plate Co,.. 4H4 Am. Tobacco Co... 123 Atchison 20?i JUo l'fd 6314 f.4 131 4ny8 12fi4 2IM, 0354 33 m 134 20V4 S24 5H4 l.Tili 3'.i'i 123 '4 20 03 y Adams Kxpres Co 113 120 American Cotton Oil Co 4214 4M Ho Ffil 03 IUi4 American Kxnress Co 117 133 American Smelting & Hvt'g Co.. 3 :i!i!4 Do PM H7!4 0714 American Steel & Wire Co 34 r.4'4 Ho I'M H714 07'4 American SitKiir Uef'g Co 13(( 13014 Do l'fd 11714 . American Tin Plate Co 3014 Do I'M 8(1 American Tobacco Co 123 Do I'M.'. 144 Anaconda Copper Mining Co Atoll., Top., Ai Santa l''e... Dq l'fd Do adj., 4 per cent.. .. liultimore A- Ohio Do I'M Hay State (las Co Itroiiklyn llapld Transit...., ilrunsnlck Co , Canada Southern Canadian 1'acltlc Central of New Jersey , Central Pacific Clies.. & Ohio Voting Cts.., C1iIhhk u. ii 0 13214 Chicago A: K. Illinois 00 Do l'fd Chicago (it. Wewtern Do A I'M Chicago, Milwaukee & St. 1' Do I'M Chicago t Northwestern.... Chic," Hock 1. Ai Pac Chic, St. P., M. Ai Omiiha.. Clove., C C. At St. D (.01., Hocking V. Ai Tol Colorado Fuel & Iron Consolidated (ias Co Continental Tobacco Co 43 Do l'fd 0414 Pel., & Hud., Canal Co V 1 Del., Lack., Ai Western 173 1754 Distilling Co., of America 10 20 Denver .. lilo Unindel'M 744 73 Do I'M 3014 (( Erie 13A i.j Do 1st I'M 8IIJ4 ;m J-euerai Meej 014 3H Do I'M S1174 n General Ectrc Co 12114 122'4 Glucose Sugar Uef'g (13 H3V4 Do I'M 1110 ins Great .Northern 1H2 1H2V4 Illinois Central H214 113 International Paper Co L'H 20 International Paper Col'M 7( 7114 International Silver t'o 13 -, Kan., City, Pitt. & Gulf 11 10 Lacloil Gas Co (13 (I.3V4 Lake Erie Ai Western 10 2014 Do l'fd 70 BO .. 3414 . . 20 .. (13 . . XU14 . . 3114 . . 7014 .'. 1 ,. 07 .. 13 .. 3214 .. 0314 ..11014 . . 3(i .. 14 . . 8014 ..131 .. Ofd . .10714 ..11(114 ;.117 . . S3a . . 34 .. BOH .1874 3W4 K7 J2.-.14 148 3 1 1 i 20 03 8(1 31 7(1 2 0714 13'.. 33 " 111 117 37 27A 132 01 132 1414 2 131T4 178 KM HOW 118 - 3R11 3(i 31)14 100 4414 if. 1 Louisville & Nashville . . . Metropolitan St. Hallway. Manhattan Elevated .... Mexican Central Mo., Kan., & Texas'. Do PM Missouri 1'acltlc National lllscult National Lead Co. Do I'M National Steel Co D PM N. Y. Air Hrake 70 20.-) 114 14 12V4 40 43-14 4.. 2!) 14 100 Vi 5214 0t ltid . y. Cent., Hudson N. 1., Clilc. & St. L N. ., & New Haven N. Y., Gut., & Western Norfolk AV Western Pfd Northern Pacific Do l'fd Pacific Mail .SS. Co Pennsylvania I!. H Peoples' (ias Chicago ,," Pitts., Cm Chi. Ai St. Louis! Do pfd I'ul., Palace Car Co Heading Do PM Do 2d I'M Southern Hy Com 1 'O l HI Southern PalftV 34 13V4 .216 . 23 . 70 . 53 . ?; . 4t .131 113 . 72 . 04 .K1I14 . 2114 514 . 31 12 St. L. & Southwestern PM. Standard Hope St Twine Co. Tenn., Coal Iron Texas & Pacific Union Pacific '." Do I'M '.'.'.'.'." PnltiHl States Express Co '. U. K. Leather 1 Do PM : r V, S. Hulioer Co .." Do PM Wa basli - Do Pfd '.!!"" AVells-Kargo Express Co'..".' Western Union Telnminh Wheeling & Lake Erie 11 '' ,j .:: B3 7V IP! 20 44 70 30 74 48W .113 . 7 .133 88 14 80 2(K) 113 14 11 4014 411 4514 30 312 68 1)714 m 136Vj 15 210 25 7i!4 3314 7(1 4114 131 73 08 1(14(4 21 38-14 32 1214 3214 3(1 . ari4 7 11014 2014 45 7(JT4 53 10 73 4814 118 7 22 13(1 80 II '4 08 Total $2,088,021 24 State of Connecticut, Countv of New Haven. 81 T W. T. Fields. President of the above. named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tne best ot my knowledge ana beiier. W. T. FIELDS. President Sulwer'bed nnd sworn to before me this 12th day of September, 1800, EDWAUD M. BRADLEY. Notary Public. Correct Attest: KOrtEHT A. BROWN, GEORGE T. B HAD LEY, HENRY FKESENIUH, b13 It Directors. REPORT of the Condition of The FIRST NATIONAL BANK of New Haven, at New Haven, in the State of Connecticut, at the close of business September 7th, 1800: RESOURCES. Loans nnd discounts $1,160,90254 Overdrafts, secured ana unse cured ti. s. Roiuls to secure clrcu- tin 130,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc lbmklnfF house, furniture, and fixtures .' 280,000 00 Other real estate and mort gages owned . Due from National banks (not reserve agents) Due from State banks and bank ers Duo from approved reserve agents Checks and other cash Items... Kxohanges for clearing house. . Notes of other National banks.. Fractional paper currency, nick els and cents Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, viz Sneclc J84.831 25 Legal tender notes 13.100OO 07,031 25 Redemption fund with P. S. treasurer, (3 per cent, of cir culation) Due from II. S. treasurer, other than 5 per cent, redemption fund 175 11,500 00 26,520 09 1,108 17 312,137 ai 1,034 65 15,003 03 16,135 00 48139 5,850 00 1,000 00 oruincnt (jo,,, P. S. ext. 2s, reg U. S. 3s. reg.. ... V. S. coup U. S, small bouds. 4s, reg., 1007 4s, coupon, 1007.. 4s, reg., 11)25 4s, coupon, 1025. , 5s reg., 1004 5s, coupon, 1004. . D. C. 8-053 Bid. Asked. ioov;T7" losk-frnoo 18!4frl'10D 108 ).( 09 lllliftllMi 113 W114 130 (f;130 130 fr"rl30 lUWi:tVi lingua in u .. Clnntntlons of Active Pom!. Hid. Asked. if' ,v V " 4s 102 I1V214 Brooklyn R. T. Co (Im 113 Central I Ity of N. ,T. g mrg :,, .'.'.lion Clilc, R. I. & Pacini! ext. 5s... lm',i? Chesa. & Ohio gen g 414s p.-, Erie 1st Con. prior lien g 4s.... )0(4 Manhattan liy con. nitg g 4s.. ..loo Mo., K. Ac T. 1st nitg g 4s 114 Mo., K.. Ai T. 2d 111 tg g 4s 70 Mobile Ai Ohio gen mtg 4w 8314 S. Y. Mis. ic W. gen nitg 5s.... mu. Nor. Paeille prior gen mtg ns...l03' Northern Pacific gen Ilea g 3s.. 00 Oregon Short Line gen 5s 114 Plilln. Ai Heading gen mtg os.... 8(P4 Kio Grande Ai W. 1st mtg g 4s.. 0814 Southern Ry 1st mtg g os 100 St. Ixiuis Ar S. 1st mtg 5s j)34 Texas & Picltlc 1st mtg 5s 114 1'iiUiii Pa. itic 4m 103 Wabash Ry Co,, 1st mtg g 5s 114 Wabash Ry Co. 2d mtg g 5s..., loo 8(1 114 12014 llMilil 96 0H4 10014 9414 7014 S0H, KH14 08(4 103 '4 6(114 H('l 08 100 04 U4H 105 li 114V4 lOOW Total $2,311,844 57 LIABILITIES, Capital stock paid In $ 500,000 00 Surplus fund 200,000 00 1lKllvinea prouis, lews eipcusen nnd taxes paid National bank notes outstand ing Due to other National banks. . . . Due to State banks and bank ers Individual deposits sub- jeor to check $1,363,416 61 Certified checks 25,834 86 Cashier's checks out standing 15,726 38-1,406,077 85 79,492 78 110,400 00 7,082 20 1,801 74 Total $2,311.844 57 State of Connecticut, County of New Haven, os: I, Fred. B, Bunnell, Cashier of the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that Hie above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge aim Deuei. FRED. B. BUNNELL, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of September, 1899. WILLIAM T. FIELDS, Notary Public. Correct Attest: MORRIS F. TYLER, MAX ADL10R, PIERCE N. WELCH, s!3 It Directors. Non-Taxable Investments. 100 sirs So. New Eng. Telephone Co. KH) shs New Haven (ins Light Co. 100 shs Illinois Central Leased Lines, 4 per cent. . 100 shs Sharon R. U. Co., guaranteed 6 per cent, by the Erie It. R. Co. 100 ,sbs Hereford R. R. Co., 4 per cent., guaranteed by Maine Central, 5,000 Mllford -Water Co. 1st mortgage 5 per cent, bonds. 5.000 International Silver Co. 6 per cent bonds. 5,000 Euflold & Longmeadow. 3,000 Con 11. Lighting & Power Co. 1st mtg. 5 per cent, bonds. For sale by 5.000 New London Gas Co. 5 per ct. Bonds. H. C. Warren & Co. Chicago Market. Reported over private wire by n. C. Friedman & Co., Bankers and Brokers, 10 Wall Street. N. Y.. aud 763 Chapel Stroet, Room 2 and 3, New Haven. N. A. Tunrjer, Mauuger of Local Branch. Opeulng Hlgdeat Lowest Last IVIIEAT Dec. May. . CORN: 1 '00, , . May.. OATS: Dec. . May., roltlv; Dec. . . LARD: Dec... 71 7414 28 2014 20,14 2214 S.20 5.30 . 7174 74 28 20 20 8.20 5.30 71 7414 2S4 2014 20 2214 S.07 5.30 71 74 284 24?4 2(1 22 8.10 5.30 National New Men Bet Chartered as a Stata Ban A. D. 1792. Organized as a National Bank X: D. 1863. NEW HAVEN, Jail. 11th, 1800. At the Annual Meeting of die Stockholder! of tula Bank, held aula day, the following pained Directors were chosen to aerva foe the ensuing year, viz: WILBUR V. DAf, HKNRY L. HOTCHKIS3. LOUIS H. BRISTOL, E. HAYES TROWbRIDGH, iiiMOXHY D WIGHT, GEORGE H. TOWNi$END. WILLIAJI VT. FAItNAii. Atttat: BOBERT I. COUCH. Cashlet. WILBUR F. DAY, President. Jal tf FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 15, , MISS MAY IRWIN t IN A SPLENDID PRODUCTION, SISTER MARY. Sale of seats opens Wednesday. Prlca $l.ral,R0O,7pc: gl2 4( i'uurs., Frl., Sat., Sept. 14, 15, 10, MATINEE SATURDAY,' First Time In Any City at Popular Frlcea, SOWING TUB WIND. Seat sale now open. Regular prlceg. POM'S The Four Cohans. WEEK OF SEPT. 11, 1 AL. LEECH and 3 BLOSSOMS. HOWARD THURSTON. NEWHOUSE and WARD. MANY OTHERS. irtuairciat. H. C. Friedman & Co., BANKERS and BROKERS, ' 10 Wall Street, New York. Members N. Y. CON. STOCK EXCHANfllT and N, Y. PRODUCT EXCHANGE. KewHaren Office, 763 CHAPEL STREET. Rooms 2 and 3. ' NORMAN A. TANNER, " Manager. Securities for Sale. SOUTHERN PHONE 5'8. NEW ENGLAND TBLH. INTERNATIONAL SILVER f!rV A PWn CENTS. CONN. LIGHT & POWER CO.'S 1st B'i. NEW LONDON OAS A ELECTRIC B'I. N. Y., N. H. & H. B. R. DEB. i'i. SWIFT and COMPANY STOCK. ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. E. 4 PER HHIVT STOCK. ' CONS. ELECTRIC OF PORTT.ANrv. STOCK. KIMIiERLT, BOOT & DAI. 133 ORANGE STREET, Private wire Now York and Boston. We Own and OffeF For Sale : $80,000 SPRINGFIELD fVT.l KLTtinT-PTrt 1 RAILWAY FIRST MORTGAGE 5 Wn r.f GOLD BONDS. Denominations $1,000 ami $300. Due November 1st, 1917. 1 The Company earned last year over twice the interest on these bonds. Price and full partlcnlars on application. THE JACKSON COMPANY Middletown. Conn. ILiong Distance Telephone, THE National Tradesmen's Bank. NEW HAVEN. CONN. Capital, $300,000 Surplus and Profits, $175,000 Accounts of Individual!. Firms and Oor. porations received. uxcoange on ureal Britain, Ireland, and tlie Continent. Letters of Credit, for naa of travolrai ISBiied for Gash or against available collaw ml. Correspondence Invited. " W. T. FIELDS. President. . i A. W. DeFORBST, Vice President ' ROBERT FOOTE, Cashier. I H. W. THOMSON, Aast Cashier. ITib am . BANKERS AND BROKERS, No. 52 Broadway, New Yoric, -AND- ; 15 Center Street, New Ham. Members N. Y. Stock Exchange, Produce) Kxcnange, ana wuicago uoara or Tra.de. C. B. BOLMER, Manager New Haven Branch. ALft CLASSES Of'rAILWAY STOCKS and BONDS, also GRAIN, PROVISIONS aud UOTTU.N, BOUUUT AiNU BOLD ON COMMISSION. , . Connected by Private Wire with New York, uoston ana unicago.. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. THE lew Haven Trust Co. makes a specialty of serving CORPORATIONS . TRUSTEE and aa TRANSFER AGENT or REGISTRAR OF STOCKS. Offices: 301, 302, 303 First National Banlc Sulldins, WINCHESTER AVE. R. R. STOCK. EW HAVEN GAS LIGHT CO. STOCK. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO.'S PRE FERRED STOCK. PAIR HAVEN & WESTVILLB R. R, STOCK. PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO GUARANT'D STOCK. NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN & HART FORD R. R, STOCK. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B. CO.'S LEAoED. LINES STOCK. RENSSELEAER & SARATOGO 8 PER CT, STOCK. NEW YORK & NEW ENGLAND R. R. CO, 8 PER CENT. BONDS. MILFORD WATER CO. FIRST MTG. j PER CENT. BONDS. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO.'S 6 FEB CENT. BONDS. LORAIN & CLEVELAND B. R. 5'i OB! 1927. N. Y. & NEW HAVEN 4 PER CENT. DE BENTURES. ' SOUTHERN N. E. TEL. CO.'S S PER CT, ' BONDS OF 1048. M. B. Newton & Company, INVESTMENT BANKERS, 86 ORANGE STREET.