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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER tf.
J K '1 Ir: s d ' .ef p Srrt eptf ffe ra- I TOT I Mr Ac' If lavn j .ddr Hi Mi T.'l ofj pen a tfferiW bird'; Hi" evott, ddreij. for-i Fie; ddre ma to ;t ddres; Me iXferlnj fourth I ieporx .Rev lepnrt! ance man eports finis ightyv Conne clety,' PreBld -cret i THE PIANOLA. No home complete without one. The wonderful self-playing pianist. Endorsed by all musical celeb rities, while the unskilled are enchanted by its per fect playing. Songs, two-steps, marches, operas, and the finest classical music rendered with all the fidelity and expression o'f a virtuoso. Sole Agents for New England. Fine assort ment at hand all the different woods. Pleased to show them any time and demonstrate their won derful self-playingpowers. Price $250. M. STEINERT & SONS, 777 Chapel Street. railroad commissioners should be en larged by delegating to them the su pervision of the construction and oper ation of street railroads and railroads operated by electricity. "Extension of rural postul delivery. Submitted by the Derby and Shalton board of trade." Resolved, That the further extension of the rural delivery system by the postoffice department would be of Ines timable advantage to the suburbs and outlying districts of our towns "and cities.' "Exemption of manufacturing plants from taxation. Submitted by the Mld dletown board of trade." Should action be taken by the state regarding towns that vote immunity from taxation as an inducement to manufacturers to locate with them? "What can be done to improve the condition of the farming interests of the state?" Submitted by the president. "Will it ba best for the United States to retain our new possessions; Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philippines, and if so, how shall they be governed?" Tabled at last meeting. "What are the various boards of trade doing for their respective municipali ties?" A cordial invitation is extended to all boards of trade, business men's as sociations and othea organizations in- teresetd in the welfare of the state, to send representatives to the meeting. Full information can be had by ad dressing the secretary, Willard C. War ren, 70 Church street, New Haven. SILVER WEDDING CEZEBJtA TED, A. Of course you will if you see what 1 you can get for a very little money at the NEW PIANO HOME. B. CLINTON, 37 Church St. CORSETS AND WAISTS. . Straight front low bust Corsets to order. A postal will bring agent with samples, etc. Headquarters for Sonnette Corsets. Also a complete line of P. N. and R. & G. ACME COBSET STORE, (One Door from Chapel.) 123 Church Street. ZOCAZ FINANCIAL NOTES. New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad stock is quoted, ex-dlvidend, at 208 to 209. The transfer books opened yesterday, as did also the trans fer books of the preferred stock of the Boston and New York Air Line rail road, the Fair Haven and Westville and Swift Co.. The coupons were due yesterday from $16,397,200 New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad convertible 4 per cent, bonds, and are payable at the Lincoln National Bank of New York city and at the office of the railroad company in this city. These bonds are convertible into stock at par on April 1, 1903. ' The city of New Haven paid yester day the coupons from $260,000 sewerage 7 per cent, bonds issued in 1871; from $25,000 bridge 4 per cent, bonds; also from $250,000 paving 4 per cent, issued in 1891. The New Haven and Northampton railroad paid yesterday the coupons from $1,300,000 6 per cent bonds issued in 1879. Dividends soon due are: American Steel Wire, common, 1 per cent, payable Oct. 2; books close Stet. 17. American Steel & Wire, preferred, 1 per cent., payable Ost. 2; books closed Sept. 17. American Sugar Co., common, 1 per cent., payable Oct. 2; books cloeed Sept. 8. ' , American Sugar Co., preferred, 1 per cent., payable Oct. 2; books closed Sept. 8. Amalgamated Copper Co., 2 per cent., payable Oct. 29; books closed Sept. 29. Berkehide railroad, 1 per cent., pay able Oct. 1; hooka cloeed Sept. 20. Boston & Albany railroad, 2 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept, 15. Boston & New York Air Line, pre ferred, 2 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 20. . Boston & Maine railroad, 1 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Aug. 31. Chicago Junction railroad, common, 2 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 14. Commercial Cable Co., 1 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 20. Consolidated Boiling stock, per cent., payable , Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 15. Fair Haven & Westville railroad, 1 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 19. Federal Steel, preferred, 1 per cent., payable Oft. bonlcs rinsed Sept 2v International Paper Co., preferred, 1 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 15. Manhattan railway, 1 per cent., pay able Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 14. New Haven Gas Light Co., 2 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books elosed Sept. 14. New Haven County National bank, 3 per cent., paj-able Oct. 10; books close Oct. 5. N. Y., N. H. & H. railroad, 2 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 20. Swift & Co., 14 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 15. Union Pacific, common, 2 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 4. Union Eag, preferred, 1 per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 15. Yale National bank, 8V& per cent., payable Oct. 1; books closed Sept. 25. Clearings and balances of the New Haven banks for the week ending Sep tember 29, and for the corresponding week of last year, are furnished by the secretary of the New Haven Clearing House, by days, as follows: Clearings 1900. Balances. Clearings 1899. Sept. 24, $201,660.78 $37,215,78 $202,499.61 278,072.15 91,433.85 297,355.71 Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. 26, 27, 28, 29, 202,498.84 180,220.68 235,046.48 233,501.51 23,403.52 31,352.22 66,249.47 60,295.98 294.7S0.88 240,635.60 217,898.61 237,289.14 $1,331,000.44 $309,952.77 $1,490,459.60 Decease clearings week of 1900, $159, 459.60. Balances week of 1899, $403,489.65. Difference in balances, $93,536.88. Clearings week Of 1898, $1,637,193.68. Clearings week of 1897, $1,502,369.22. Clearings week of 1896, $1,646,457.13. STATE BOARD OF TRADE. Eleventh Annual Meeting to be Held in Bridgeport, October JO The Official Programme, The eleventh annual meeting of the Connecticut board of trade will be held at Bridgeport Wednesday, October 10, 1900. at 10 o'clock In the morning. The usual order of business will be observ ed as follows: Roll call, appointment of committee on credentials, reports of executive council and treasurer, election of officers, constderatlpn of subjects on the calendar, as follows: "The disposal of sewage and the pol lution of streams '.' Continued from last evening. Re port of committee asked for. Members of committee: Frederick W. Holderr, Arthur L. Shlpman, P. H. Woodward, Dr. C. A. Lindsley, and Eli C. Blrdaey. "Representation In the state legisla ture. Submitted by the Hartford board of trade." Whereas, with the growth of cities In Connecticut representation in the gen eral assembly has become grossly dis proportionate to population, and Whereas, thin condition is repugnant to the American system of self-government through the voice of majorities, and is likely to work increasing hard ship to urban interests by the unequal distribution of the burdens of society, therefore, Resolved, That our system of repre sentation should be made equitable by requiring a specified minimum of say 5.000 or 10,000 inhabitants for each rep- I resentative." Tabled at last meeting. I "Letter postage. Submitted by the chamber of commerce of New Haven." Resolved, That the Connecticut state board of trade favors the passage of a law reducing letter postage to one cent fa reach half ounce or fraction there of. "Laws affecting the interests of spec ial communities. Submitted by Bridgeport board of trade." Resolvad, That public or private acts affecting the interests of any communi ty shall be submitted to that communi ty for approval before enactment by the legislature. "Duties of the railroad commission ers. Submitted by the Southingcon board of trade." Resolved, That the duties of the state By PoIU-emwi and Mrs. .Ilclgs Mnny Handsome Gifts Received. The twenty-fifth anniversary of thd marriage of Policeman and Mrs. Charles M. Meigs was celebrated on Friday eve ning from 8 to 11 o'clock. About ninety relatives and friends were present. Dur ing the evening Mrs. Meigs served fruit, cake, cream and lemonade to the call ers. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ives, who re side In the same bouse as tha Meigs, at 87 Wolcott street, threw open their apartments and the guests were served there with the refreshments. The occa sion was very pleasant throughout and the many callers expressed their kind wishes with the hope for many returns of the anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Meigs were the recipi ents of many gifts, including the fol lowing: Sideboard of antique oak from ladies of the Grand avenue Baptist church and other friends; large vasa filled with roses from police precinct No. 2; Bterling teaspoons from sister and a brother Mrs. Walter Graham, Mrs. Roy Doane, Mrs. Frank Watrous, Mrs, Willis Way and Henry Meigs; silver tray from son and daughter Archie and Belle Meigs and Mrs. Tucker; silver soup ladle and bouquet of pinks and roses from the Ladies' auxiliary of Beacon lodge No. 69, N. E. O. P.; silver berry spoon, Golden Rule Circle of King's Daughters; gravy ladle from Mrs. M. J. Dickinson; olive spoon from Mrs. L. L. Bradley; bon-bon dish and smoking set, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett; oyster ladle, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dud ley of Guilford; fruit dish, Mrs. William Reed and Mrs. Robert MaeArthur; cream ladle, Mrs. William Jones of Brooklyn; cheese scoop, George H. Bremer; cake knife, Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph De Sllva; pinks, Mrs. Storer; roses and pinks, Rev, Mr. and Mrs. Stone; silver and china fruit dish, Mrs. Smith Doxsey; large wedding cake, Frank Karsch. Those presents from Beacon lodge were Mrs. Donnelly, Mr. and Mrs. David Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Ives, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Mary Perry and Mrs. Grant; from Golden Rule circle of the King's Daugh ters, Mrs. Peck, Mrs. Frank Cram, Mrs. Coon, Mrs. Burke and Mrs. Conger. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Manwarlng, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Latta, Mr. and Mrs. George Sturgls, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Henty Keech, Mrs. C. C. French, Mrs. John Male, Mrs. John Hill, Miss Mamie Hill, Mrs. Kate Corliss, Mrs. Ellsworth Bennett, Mrs. Frederick Stebert, Miss Florence and Margaret Siebert, Miss Grace Huntley, Mrs. Sarah Ives, Mrs. E. W. Stone, Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Sage, Mrs. Mary San try, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Rantry, Mrs. Henry Manwarlng, Mrs, Walter Gra ham, Mrs. L. L. Bradley and Mlsa May Beach. of 2',i' resulted. The Southwestern rail roads moved somewhat in sympathy, but not so widely. The leading indus trials, the local tractions and some of the steel stocks rose 'from 1 to 2 points and Pressed Steel Car rose an extreme 3. A raid in the late dealings on Ten nessee Coal, which carried that stock 14 under Saturday, unsettled the mar ket. The coal strike seemed to be ig nored and the coalers as a whole moved contrary to the market. The professional bulls professed great ly increased confidence over the money outlook, notwithstanding an advance in the call loan rate on the exchange to 2 per cent. The continued marked weak ness of sterling exchange, which was quoted five-eighths of a cent to the pound under the Friday rate for de mand sterling, gave further ground for the expectation that gold may come in from Europe. Discount rates were slightly easier in London, and there was a relaxation also in Berlin, where the relief there is great at the successful termination of the stock exchange set tlement. The easing of the money rate at these centers, in spite of the suggestive de cline of exchange rates at New York, leads to some claims that the difficul ties before the foreign money markets have been exaggerated and that gold can be spared for New York without precipitating a crisis. The bond market continued irregular and the dealings on a small scale. The total sales par value aggregated $820,- 000. United States refunding twos when issued advanced per cent, in the bid price and the new fours declined per cent. Southern Pacific 32 St. Louis & Southwestern Pfd.i 27 Standard Rope & Twiue Co 4T4 Trim. Oonl & Iron 53 Third Avenue . 108 Texas & Pacific 14 Union .Biik & Pnper Co . 10 Do Pfd ,. (Ill Union Pacific 5Sty Do Pit! 4... 7;ivl rnl red States Express Co ..... 45 U. H. Leather Co i,., luU Do Pfd 094 U. 8. Rubber Co 29'A Do Pfd 02ft Waliush ; d ' Do I'fd . 17!4 Wells-Fargo Express Co 12S Western Union Telegraph Co. . 78 Wheeling & Lake Erie 8V& Do 1st Pftl 44 Ex-dlvldend. 824 2744 6V4 mi iou 15 11 W',4 m 47 KW4 ml 2UH v.i 1" .128 70 8 4T 1 Government Bond. Bid. Asked NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. Opening, Highest, Lowest Quotation) On the New York Stock Exchange, reported by Prince uiteiy, uruiters, aa center Street, New Haven: , Open. High. Low. Last. 31 Am. Steel Wire Am. Tobacco Co ..117 Am. Tlu Plato .... 27 Ant. Tobacco Co.. 8li4 At., T. & S. Fe.... 27U Do Pfd 0'.)A Baltimore & Oliio.. fiSji Do Pfd 71 Brooklyn K. T. Co. 50 Central of N 385 Chesa. & Ohio 27V4 Chic, H. & O. 123 c, Miiw. .t st. p..imi C., It. I. & Pnci..cl054 c, a, c. & Kt. l. . tuvi Col. l'uel iron.. ;mk 81 "31 117 117 Con. Gas Cont. Tobacco Co Do Pfd ...... D., L. & W Federal Steel . .. Do Pfd General Klectric , Louis. & Nash..., Manhattan El. ... Met. St. Itv Mo., K. & T. Pfd. Missouri raclflc. 27 00 28' 70V& 70 B2V4 135 28 121 114' lOO (i2'a 21 83 2714 Wj (1814 70 W 135 2714 123 11314 305 OlVi .1(154 105V5 1(15 . . 7.Wi ,.1771? . yt'i . 63 V4 .13514 . 71 . 80 ..US 27 484 24 3771J 32V, (U 130 71 88i. H'.'li 27 21 17714 3116 02 18514 33H 31'4 118 27 8!) 28 70 C.'J 70 51 135 28 12114 113 102 (2 3114 105 24 75 177V& 32V 03 2s, reg., 1030, when, issued lot iffifcyi ., coupon, iiwo, wueu issueu. . .wtyMlvb 3s, (;., 1008 lOOMllOVi 3s, couiiou, 11)08 100ittU0l4 -f'r iUl lWl'UtJ.11'1 4e, cc.upon, l',)07 -...13 5:14131101.4 4s, reg., 1025 134M,Cii,135W 4s, coupon, 3025 IiWH8'136l4 5s, reg., 1004 liaU(iSll4v 5s, coupon, 1001 ..UStelWy. xj. Jt o-vjua . ..............,, ,10 Quotations of Active Honda. Reported by Boody, McLellan & Co., Bankers and Brokers, 87 Broadway, New York, aud 31 Center Street, New Ilaron. Did. Asked. At., Top. & S. Fe gen mtg 4s.. 09 At., Top. .i (J. IV gun 4s K. Brooklyn Elevated ets 6s 01 Brooklyn It. T. Co. g 5s 100 Central By of N. J. g mtg ....1U214 C, K. I. & Puciflc ext. 5a JOB CheuH. & Ohio gen g 4s ..' 88 Erie 1st con. prior Hen g 4s. ... 8714 Manhattan By con. mtg 4s. ....100 Mo., K. & T. 1st mtg 4s OitW Mo., K. & T. 2d mtg 4s til Mobile & Ohio gen mtg 4s 81 N. Y., Out. & W. gen intg 4s... 304 N. Y., Bus. West, gen mtg 5.i 05 Nor. Paciflc prior gen mtg 5w.l024 Northern Ptivlllc gen lien g 4s.. HJli Oregon Short Llua 5s 113 Phllii. & Heniliug gen mtg 4s... Sli'-i Rio Grande & West, -st niter la. IW4 Southern Uy 1st con. g 5s losk 10;i St. L. & Isoulmv. lBt m(g 5s.... 8014 801 Texas & Pacific 1st mtg 5s. ....113 lists i nion racuic I01j 105 Wabash lty Co. 1st mtif fis 117' 1171.. Wabash 2d mtg ,.I00Vn lOlft DO 14 Fu'-i 02 , 102 123' 107 ' 101 HI C5 83 ICI14 f 102'4 0414 114 87 00 Kw York Cotton Exchange. Reported over private wire by II. C. rriotinian est to., tsanaers una Brokers, 10 Wall Street, New York. New Ilaren OUlee, 703 Chapel Street. Norman A. Tanner, Manager. Opening. Closing. N. Y. Central 12714 328 N. Y.. Ont. & W... 20 20 Norfolk & W. ..... 3HV4 3-IVi Northern Pacific ... 4H 47 Do Pfd 07 US' Paciflc Mull 30 . 30 Pennsylvania .. ..12714 128 Peonies' (las Co... 84 78 PlilTa. 4- Reading.. 154 Do 1st Pfd .... 55 Southern Paciflc .. 31)4 Southern Ry Pfd.. 5214 Teun. Coal & Iron 55 Union Pacific ..... 3H Do Pfil 7314 TJ. S. Rubber Co.. 2014 V. S. Leather Co... 10 Do Pfd 08 Wabash I'M 1714, Western Union ... 78' W. & L. E. 2d Pfd. 22T4 15 55 32;4 62 5014 : 55 73 2034 8!i 174 70 2214 1 80 148 27 48V6 32714 20 33i 40 07 30 12 r 14 M 15 55 3 1 5214 54 50i 73 2') 30 (.8 17 Vi 78-k 7114 87Ti 14SV4 27 484 128 20 31 47 08'!4 so 12i'4 8014 1 0 55 32-14 52 54 58 rm 10 08V4 17 70 22T4 October , 10.25 10.13 November ........ 0.03 10.13 December 0.75 0.05 January 0.75 0.03 February .... 9.70 0.03 March 0.70 0.01 April 0.70 9.03 May 0.78 9.03 ffiwjmcinT. I C. Friedman I li BANKERS and BROKERS, 10 Wall Street, New York. Members N. I. CON. STOCK EXCHANGE ad N. T. PRODUCH EXCHANrta, liewHsTtn Ofiice, 783 CHAPEL STREET, Xtoomi it a& 3. NORMAN A. TANNER, MANAUEIt. Direct Private Wires to New York and Chicago. THE National Tradesmen's Bank MEW, HAVEN, CONN. Capital, $300,000 Surplus and Profits, $200,000 Deposits, $1,250,000 Foreign Drafts, Xravelers Cheques, Imtters of credit, Cable 'transfers. ,W. T. FIELDS, President A. W. DePOBBHT, Vice Prealfleat. BOBBRT FOOTB, Cashier. 11. W. THOMPSON, Asst. Cashier, This bank trill ba pleased to open ao count fftnattcml. Closing Prices. Following are the closing prices reported by Prince & W likely. Hookers noil Brokers, 52 Broadway, New York, ami 15 Center st., Kew uaveu. niu. A sited 123 14 New Haven First Mortgage Rsal Estate Loans For Sale. $1,000, Five Per Cent. $1,600, Five Per Cent. $2,300, Five Per Cent. .$2,8'K1, Five Per Cent. $4, 'too, Blx Per Cent. Full particulars furnished upon applica tion. JOHN E. LOMAS, INVESTMENTS AND INSURANCE, 8GO Chapel Street. Telephone 402-5. e o d hte&w BANKERS AND BROKERS, No. 52 Broadway, New York, -AND- 15 Center Street, New Havei Members N. y. Stock Exdhanee. Produei Exchange, and Chicago Hoard of Trade. C. B. BOLMER, Manager Aenr Httvsu iiruiicb. Aliti CLASSES OF RAILWAY STOCK and BONDS, also GRAIN. PROVISIONS aud COTTON. BOUGHT AND SOLD OV COMMISSION, , Connected by Private Wire with New York, Boston and Chicago. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. TUESDAV. OCTOBER 2. The Tillage Postmaster. with . , ARCHIE BOYD nd the Original Cast. Seats on sale Saturday. Prices $1.00, 73v 80c. 23 4t Wedneaday, October 3d, MRS. SAltAll ciOWKljk-LeiKOYNIl - In - 'The Greatest Thing In the World." LIB3LBR & CO., MANAGKR8. Seats now on sale. Prices $1.50, $1.00. 7"c- ol 8t Thursday, October 4th, THUS. Q. SKABKOOICE -In- ''- "THIS FOUNDERS." Seats now on sale. Prices $1.80, $1.00 ol 4t 7So. Friday, Saturday, October 5, 6,1 SATURDAY MATINEE, THE CHRISTIAN. Seats on sale Wednesday, $1.00, 7Bc. Prices $t.S0 o2 5t Mon., Tues., Wed.. Oct. J 2, 8, : MATINEE WBDNBSD IT, W. E. Nttnkevllt's beautiful idyl of the .' Arkansas Bills. "iiUMAN HBARX "A worthy successor to ' Suvro Acres.' ; -N. Y. World. Rests now an rule. Rccn. lar prices. i Week of October X. FGLI S Clifford and Huth PARKER'S DOGS. , j j FRANCES CURRAN. '" , , ALMONT and DUiUONT. : WITH A BIG OLIO. Prices Mats.. 10 and 20 cents: lilvenlne-t 10, 20, and 30c. Ladies at met., 10 cents, ; . 1 ; . 3 Adams Express Co American Car Foundry Co j)e I'M , . no: American Cotton Ol! Co Do Pfd SS Amerh in Fxpress Co lr.i) American lee Co .......i 33 Do I'M f.l American Linseed Co 0 Do Pfd .rjii',i Am. fireeltlng & Relinks 'Co. . . ;:i;,4 Do Pfd 87 ',4 Am. Steel Hoop Co JS4 Do Pfd m Am. Steel & Wire Co 31 Do I'fd 72- American Sugar Refining Co. ...117 lio Pfd ...Hit CRITICAL, ILLNESS OF J. C. STOCK WELL. Hartford, Oct. 1. Joseph C. Stock well, former principal .of thfl Arrainal school, Is critically 111 at his home, No.' 20 Preston street. He has been suffer Iri for some time from a complication of diseases. A COMING- WEDDING. Invitations have been received In Mid dletown to the marrlapte of Charles W. Demlnj?, a former resident of that city, and Miss PauJlne Flsk of Brooklyn, N. Y., on October 14. During the Spanish war Mr. Deminpr was a lieutenant in a Minnesota regiment. A remedy for nasal catarrh which Is drying and exciting to the diseased membrane should not be used. What is neede:! Is that which Is cleansing, soothing, protecting, and healing. Such a remedy Is Ely's Cream Balm. Price 60 cents at druggists or It will be mail ed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren street, New York. The Balm, when placed In to the nostrils, spreads over the mem brane and is absorbed. A cold in the head vanishes quickly. Crown Rheumatic Elixir, the most wonderful remedy known for chronic rheumatism, sciatica, gouty, acute mus. cular or inflammatory rheumatism., City Drug Store, 644 Chapel street. New Haven. Conn. THK STOCK M wrr. Operations of Profcimloual Dealers Kc- flected Yesterday. New York, Oct. 1. The stock market reflected the operations cf professional dealers on a larger scale to-day than for a long time past as a result of the arrival In New York from summer out- the I inps of the majority of the more influ ential element among the professionals. Notwithstanding the strength shown by the bull contingent, it was unable to maintain prices to the close and the tone was therefore heavy at the end and prices were considerably off from the best. The movement centered in Union Pacific, which was absorbed in a very confident manner and in very heavy blocks all day. An extreme rise American Tin Plate Co Do Pfd Am. Tobacco Co Do Pfd Anaconda Copper M4nlng Co At, Top. & S. Fe Do rra Do ad I. 4 per cent. ..... Baltimore & Ohio .. Do I'fd liny State das Co Brooklyn Rapid Transit Brooklyn Union Uaa Co .... lirunswli'k ( o Camilla Southern Canadian I'aclHc Central of New Jer.iey ( hesn. A Ohio Voting Cts ... Chic, Burl. & Qulney ..v.... Chicago ,V- East Illinois Do Pfd Chicago (4 rent Western .... Do I'fd Chic, Mllw. & St. Paul Do I'M , Chicago & Nortliwestjru Chic, K. I. & Pacific Chic, St. P., M. & Omaha C. C. C. & St. Louis Col., Hocking Valley & Toledo Col. Fuel & Iron , Consolidated (las Co Continental Tobacco Co ....... Do Pfd ., Deln. & Hudson Canal Co .... Delft., Lack. & Western Denver & Rio Grande Pfd ... , Distilling Co of America ..... Do Pfd Elo Do 1st Pfd Do 2d I'fd Federal Steel Co Do I'M H3 General Klectric Co ....... .130 Glucose Sugar Itoiinery 4:114 Do l'f.1 IW-i, . MO . X'.) .128 4iyt . 27T ... ... 85 ... (It"i ... 7S 51'. ...1(10 . . . 7)1 ... 4!ll.j ... W ...1331, ... 27 ...321 .. OM ...120 ... 10T4 . .. 70 ...1P ...171 ...10O .. .1 (.- ...110 . 02 . 32 ,3.!'4 .10.1 . 2 Pi .lHHi .17314 . ObV-j . 1 . 17 . 11 . 32ij . Ifi'.i 3154 Great Northern Pfd Illinois Central 32S 00 :r,vt 00 i:5 X-Vi 05 0Mi 51 37 80 1 (17 3114 72 1 17' 117 27 81 mi'A 132 42Vi is 70 mi 70 's 1 170 x 50 S0s 131 28 121 '4 '.MS 125 :ior!4 71 113 ltli .lli2Vj 100 115 02(4 32Vi H 105 & in 177 10 n 33 10 32 li-'tLi 13H 50 00 Security Insurance Co. of New Haven. 'OFFICE, 37 CENTER STREET. (Mbiiiill Jannarr 1, 1900, SUll,IO(1.0 J DIRECTORS : Charles S. Leete, Cornelius Plerpont, James D. Dewell, H. Mason, Joel A. Sperry, E. G. Stoddard, 8. E. Mervvln, William R. Tyler, John W. Ailing, T. Attwater Barnes Clias. 15. Sheldon. CHARLES S. LJ8KTH. H. MASON. President. Secretary. Vice Premdent. Ass't Secretary. October Investments. Boston Klectric Light Co. 5 per ct. bonds, iMirwirn street y 1.0. o per ct. Donns. 1'nlted Illumlnatlug Co. 4 per ct. bonds. Swift & Co. 5 per cont. bonds. Denver & Southwestern R. R. 5 per cent, Donas. Southern New England Tel. Co. stock, Swift & Co.'s stock. Illinois Central Leased Linos 4 ner cent. stoca. For sale by The Chas. W. Scranton Co. ' Investment Brokers, 103 ORANGE ST. .14!'!$ 351 .lU.Mi International Paper Co 18 Do Pfd ill'i International Silver Co Ot'd Laclede Gas Co W'$ Lake Erie & Western 27 Do Pfd 7414 Louisville & Xustnllle 71'i Manila Uau Elevated H"! Met. Street Railway 118' Mexican Central 1114 Mo., li. T 1114 Do Pfd 27 Missouri Pacific m National Biseu!t 32'i X.ltioua! Luad C'j li'a Do Pfd HO National Steel Co 24', Do . Pfd 82 National Tube Co .(.iv; Do Pfd 93 N. V. Air Brake 12D N. Y. Central & Hudson 128i,l N. 1'., Chloag.) ft St. Louis u New York fc New Haven 208 N. v., Ont. & Western Norfolk & Western Pfd 7414 Northern PticlUc -I7k Do Pfd j8i Pacific Mail S. S. Co jwij Pennsylvania Ry 1 27:l'i Peoples' (ias Co sn'i Pitts., Cln., Chi. & Ht. Louis. . 47"i Do Pfd 70 Pullipau Palace Car Co 13 Rending 15 Do 1st Pfd M-4 Do 2d I'M 25 Rep. Iron & Steel Co ,.. in.;. Do Pi'd 52i3 Southern Railway Com U'i Do Pfd w..... 621i 1111 481a 62 (, 70 20 05 71.14 SS 140 IL'j 30 271, 4814 32' 02 25 84 40 03 14 123 120 12& 210 20-Jg 75 47i4 00 3D-14 128 SO 14 50 S2 is:; 15 1Ui 63 ll'l 2i4 Securities for Sale. S5.000 United Illuminating Company 4 ner ..... A.tn IP..I..n.... 11) - Cent, iiooun, uuc iTinimi.y, xirou. $5,000 Denver A Southwestern Railway 5 per ceni;. dohum, hub tevinuar, 1 ...-.1.. t I. .L.l i ... .... .. 2,uou i..ouueei iuul juiuiiiig s roffop (Jo, per cent, nouns, hub January, $2,000 Norwich Street Railway 5 per cent. hnmla. due October. 1023. $2,000 New Loudou Gas & Electric Com pany 5 per cent, bonds, due April, 1027. $1,000 Dnnhnry & Bethel Street Hallway 5 per cent, bonds, due May, 1014. $2,000 Kienmona Mnnen Railway Com, pnny 5 per cent, bonds, due July, 1020. 5ft nhs New Haven Gas Light Co. stock. 40 shs New Haven County Bsnk stock. CLMNCE E. THOfflPSOf, I INVESTMENT BROKERS, lOa Orange Street. THE Trust Company. Families leaving their homes for the Summer will find the Vaults of this Com pan' a desirable Depository for their Silverware, Trunks, and Valuables. Upon receiving word from you, either by telephone or mail, we will send ior your packages or trunks, and the Company assumes all respon sibility for such packages from the time it receives them from you. 42 Church Street clephona 1130. 48 shares Detroit & Hillsdale 4 per cent, guaranteed stock. 25 shares Southern New England Tele phone Co.'s stock. 3 shares New Haven Gas Light Co.'s stock. 20 shares Mllfonl, Holliston & Framing hnm R. R. 8 per cent, stock. Nnugatuck Railroad Cos guaranteed $6,000 Montvllle Street Railway First Mortgage Gold 5's, due 1020. 1,000 Norwich Street Railway First Mortgage Gold 5's. du 1023. ?o,uw international anver Co.'s Water Co.'s First First Mortgage O's, due 1048. $3,000 Guilford. Conn (iold 5's, due 1010. $1,000 I'orrlngton & Winchester Street Railway First Gold 5's, due 1017. Lynn & Boston R. R. First mortgage Gold 6's of 1024. $1,350 Middlesex Banking Co.'s First Mortgage 0 per cent, debentures. $500 Peck Rros. & Co.'s First Mortgage 6 per cent, bond, due 1003. $1,000 United Illumlnatlug Co.'s 4 per Ct. bond, due 1IM0. $3,000 Lorain way First Gold 'MECHANICS BANK, , OF NEW. HAVEN, , COWN. Quarterly Statement, Oct. 1st, 1000. 1 Capital Stock $300,000.00 Surplus Fund l,O0O.0( Profit and Loss ...... i. isSkt,, Dividends Unpaid ..,,,.. 'm'-X Due to Banks . . . . elL, ... .ZH 6,881.2$ Due to Depositors 7.M..... 441,202.83 Liabilities $708,792.23 Bills Discounted ..4 4i.i.ij..,iai4,407.e3 Specie ...... ........i....JWt...w 12,875.48 Notes of other Banks ....;u.i 48,734.00 Reftl Estate i. 28,000.09 Expense General 2,700.00 Due from Banks 70,823.6(1 Checks for Clearing House..,.., 805.0U Checks and Cash Items..,..,.. . 6,849.09 Suspense Account , 5,048 43 Bonds 10,050.00 Resources .. .$708,702.28 CHAS. H. TROWBRIDGE, Cashier. , ol 3t QUARTERLY STATEMENT, City Bank Of New Haven, Oct. 1st, 1900. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock ,.$ 500,000.00 Due Depositors ...!........ 675,750 75 Due Batiks eO,887.fi:j Dividends Unpaid ...it. 8260(1 Surplus Fund , 60,000.0(1' Profit and Loss 47,597.18' & Cleveland Street 6's, due 1917. For sal by Rail- T0N& No. 86 Orange Street NEW HAVEN, CONN. National New Haven Bant. Chartered as a Stats Bank A. D. 1792. Oragnlsed as a National Bank A. D. 1863. NEW HAVEN, Jan. Uth, 1000. At the Annual Meeting of the Stoekhol.l. ers of this Bank, held this day, the follow ing named Directors were chosen to serve tor the ensuing year, vlis. : WlLBUlt LIAX, HENRY L. HOTCHKI6S, LOU18 H. BRISTOL, H. HAYES TROWBRIDGE, TIMOTHY D WIGHT, THEODORE S. WOOLSHY. Attest! ROBERT I. COUCH, Cssble $1,344,81L5 RESOURCES. Bills Discounted and Loans.. ..$ 728,770.S7 Banking Honse 40,000.00 Stocks and Bonds 262,7U8.1J uegHi j-enuer iotes ana rsa- tlonal Bank Bills ........... 72,364.50 Specie an. .ino.ni Checks for Clearing House.... 12, 717. 70 Checks and Cash Items ... 5,720.2!) t)ue from Banks .............. 186,752.37 Expense Account ............. 4,279.12 ' ol 2t $l,844,811.5tj SAMUEL LLOYD, Cashier. VERMILYE 5 CO., BANKERS. Dealers in Investment Securities, Hassan and Pins Streets, M. I Ci!; lio. 27 State Stoat, Bsstsn. CAPITAX flOO.OW. AUTHORIZED CAPITAIi, fJjUUU.UUU. 1 NllW. HAVEN. I rTTATlTERED by the State at rr.. cut with authority to act us Ejsecutor. Ad. Is a legal depository of money oaid i. suu juuh.um"'-. uu.iunru trusts 0 all kinds. Empowered to act as stocks, bonds, or other evidences or Indebt edness, manage Sinking funds, and do all business sucn as is usually done by Trust IZ nwo uops h ffenerai Hanging business, col lc tine checks, notes, mihimi. .kJ1? piveii rtMDORitS. Tho nrlnclnai L2 JSf is Invested by ltself and kept senMo anj aVu.v nobuLti 01 me Com. pauy. This Company Is by law regnlsrly exam. 1I1RU II U10 UttU AMAUUlilltSA UL 1 11 M nTJI ril U .11 M V I 1 HIHiYinKTHB Th New Havon Real Estat Titld Com nan v. 152 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn INCORPORATED 1895. Iusurts acaltst every defect of title for ourchasors and mortgugers. Mortgages -on New Haven Real Estate, double security, constantly on band for Investors. JAMES GARDNER CLARK, President. JAMES K1NG8LKY BLAKE. Secretsry. n r V BURGLARY, FIBE Uui FORGERIES. By Hiring a Sate In the Vault of Mercantile Safe Deposit Co. Annual rental of safe from Fivn tn SIXTY DOLLARS. Absolute security for Bonds, Stoeks, Wills, Bullion, Flats. Jew elry, Precious Stones, and ull evidences of values. Access to vaults through the bank ing room of the Mechanics Bank. 73 CHUHCJJ, cor. CkiNTteK STREET. Couoon rooms for convenience of nutmna. All persons Interested are cordially invited to inspect tue couipauy g premises: ooen HENRY L. HILL, EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT,, Qualified by SO Tears' Practical E perlence. Investigations, Audits, and Adjustments, New Haven and elsewhere, self or assistant, 312 First JSat'l Hank Building, ' s23 tf 42 CHURCH STRBB NON-TAXABLE Securities For Sal N. H. OAS LIGHT CO. STOCK. FAIR HAVEN & WESTVILLE R. B, rBOPLE'S TRAMWAY 1st B's. SWIFT & CO. 1st S's. NORWICH STREET R. R. 1st B's. UNITED ILLUMINATING 1st 4's. KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAY, 133 Orange St. Private wire New York and Boston. $10,000 Swift & Co.'s First Mortgage Gold 5's. PRICE AND FULL PARTICULARS OX APPLICATION. . , For sale by ) i t (. H. a AREE1T'.& ; CO 108 Orange Street . CH'CHEJiTEH'8 ENGLISH "!5l ."u , M V.lh 14, "'"" '". ! r jf m5.w,':ssLatK