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HE13T HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COUiUEB. SATURDAY JANUARY 27 1906.
A distinguishing feature of the Trust Co. is the practice of sharing with depositors the profits of the business. We pay interest on checking accounts. 4 per cent. Intercut paid In onr Kovlnga Department.. Open Dally and Saturday Evenings, 7 to 830, STOCK MARKET FEATURES BULLS AGAIN IN dllARGE OF THE FIELD And Some Stocks Rally but Activity Not no Great Southern Railway's Strength Some Good Statements ot Earnings General Gossip. The stock market was not as lively as of late yesterday, but the bulls suc ceeded In keeping the upper hand. Southern Railway common was worked up again to a new high record and Ontario and Western was taken hold of near the close and made active and higher. Norfolk and Western was also sent to higEicr prices, making a new high record. There were a number of strong rail road statements, notably those, of the Southern Railway and Louisville and Nashville, whose gross earnings for the tnira ween oi January ran irom id to , brose Hall, It. M. Klrkham, J. W. Nar 20 per cent over last year, and for the'ramore, A. N. Welton, S. BB. Blakes Atchlson for Dec-ember, which . stiowed I lee- G- L- Goldsmith, Lewis Clcmmons, a net gain cf $330,000 for December. ' The Hawley roads also did well in that j month. Thfl rlaa in Tnfnrnn Hnnut "Puro. in 7rt I was based on reports that the dividend would be Increased to 8 and possibly to 8 per cent. Southern Railway common was re ported to have been largely bought by Interests close to the company. For eigners have been urged for some days past to buy this stock and suggestions have proved profitable. Much Interest was taken In bond cir oles yesterday in the news that the nxt issue by New York city would be 4 per. cents. It was realized that no other course was left for the comptroller in asmuch as the previous issues of 3 1-2 per cents, were selling from 1-2 to 1 per cent, under par. The Atchison net earnings for Decem ber Increased "$382,000. The net gain fori eix monins is $z,3uu,wu, or aDout i per cent- on the common stock. The annual election of toe Brooklyn Rapid Transit company showed that , the control of the .property had not. changed. . . ' , . Pennsylvania bulls hard, and it isj was opposed t0 the eP-eMlon and ag now believed that the rise In the jun- gresslve buying orders appeared, which lor .shares, such as Chesapeake and started prices upward again with some C.iTo and Norfolk and Western Is anoth er means that is being used to stir up some enthusiasm for the parent com pany's stock. Forecasts for to-day's bank state ment differed. It was anybody's guess. Considerable evidence was produced to show that the Gates following, who have been "on top of the market" were covering their shorts and buying into Home of ttie low-priced shares that have become very popular. The bond market yesterday was ac tive and strong. The principal trading was in Japanese issues, American To bacco 4s, Brooklyn Rapid Transit 4s, flRock Island .Refunding 4s, Colorado In dustrial As and Bs, United States Steel Sinking Fund 5s, Wabash debentures B, Wabash-Pittsburg Terminal 2ds, and Western Maryland convertibles. The London purchases in the early trading amounted to 25,000 shares, but with the rise In prices nearly all of this was sold out The market as a whole during the day fluctuated with a rather narrow j-ange, and had a decidedly professional appearance. The liquidation of speculative stock continued in Reading, which went dow 'to about 151- It was evident that there was still a liberal supply of stock in the hands of the people who bid the price up to 164, The granger stocks as a whole recelv. ed good support during most of the day, giving an impression that banking In terests did not want a continuous de cllne in prices. Brooklyn Rapid Transit sold above 94 mainly on the continued belief that there were negotiations for a transfer of a large block to the Belmont-Ryan people at higher prices. Amalgamated Copper showed a 3' point recovery from the low price ot Tuesday. The strength was mostly due to short covering. WATERBURT 'FORTY-NINER. Mr. Byington Went 'Round the Horn in Quest of California Gold. "In the spring of 1849," says the Wa terbury American, "an organization of Connecticut and Massachusetts men was formed in New Haven, named the Brothers' Mining and Trading compa ny, Its purpose being to visit the then newly discovered gold fields of Califor nia in search of fortunes for its mem bers. Henry W. Byington of Water bury, then twenty years old, was a di rector and leading figure in the enter prise. The company purchased the bark J. Wallis, Jr., and left New Ha ven in her on May 26. Rounding the Horn they landed in San Francisco January 1, 1S50. Mr. Byington located In San Francis co, where he entered the office of the county surveyor. He remained In that city for twenty-five years. In 1S75 he removed with his family to Santa Rosa, where he has since resided. In 1888 he was elected mayor of Santa Rosa, be ing the first republican to fill thatoffice. He was a delegate from the First Cali fornia congressional district to the na tional convention which nominated Benjamin Harrison for the presidency. He was later Appointed by General Harrison revenue collector for the northern district of California, a posi tion which he filled with hpnor and dis tinction. Mr. Byington is a brother of Mrs. Elizabeth L. Boyden of Waterville, who is spending the winter with her brother at Santa Rosa. A full list of the men who sailed with Mr. Byington from New Haven fol lows: Captain Sanford, N- M. Wallis, Dan Drew, C. Carter, C. H. Taylor, J. Alex ander, Shererd Weldman, Hugh Mc Neil, Ed Booth, W. A. Noyes, Abl Rob inson, Phlpil Hennessey, J. Williams, W. L. Farley, James Andrews, A. H. Glover, William Llbbey, E. Cherring ton, George Wilson, J. H. Lounder, J. H. Mack, A. H. Cooke, G. H. Foote, Washington Tuttle, W. J. Smith, Dr. E. Demonson, Rev. M. E. Willig, J. E. Barnes, Stephen BBidwell, John Cun ningham, William Dunn, W. M. B. Gorharm, M. S. Gillette, Henry Leon ard, R. W. Monson, GGenrge Pratt, S., L Potter, L. R. Stevenson, G. Smith, H. C. Smith, M. P. Thomas, L. Whee Jer, S. F. Hicks, A. T. Bunnell, G. A. Cotton,' T. F. Castle, C. W. Foster, N. E. Hawley,, Hiram Jerome, W. L. Kil bourne, Levi Langdon, William Mor gan, C. A. Moses, J. H. Root, W. M. Warren, S. P. Burdict, J. F. Beach, J. L. Clark, S. H. Clark, Theodore Green, I. R. Rigby, Nathan Mansfield, E. W. Nettleton, S. D. Steel, H. K. Stowe, Samuel Tlbbals, I. N. Gilbert, Am Lyman Smith, K. C. BUronson, Ily Betts, T. B. Davis, T. Jones, A. W. Dorman, S. D. Hills, Giles Stillman, Norman Mills, Charles Stone, Z. Mal- ! Jry' Jan S!lh- "eror,f,e J?ds-w Ham Smith, N. W. Wallis, S. P. Gam. mons, Daniel Drew, E. H. Hunting, H. D. Piatt, Thomas Bishop, Godfrey Blu toe, H. D. Johnson, H. L. Wall ice, Thomas Abrams, N. M. Hicks, I. H. Merriam, H. W. "Stillman, A- B. Can dee." Alderman Emll Locs of Linden street, representative from the Eighth ward, Is , receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a daughter weighing ten pounds. It Is the thirteenth child born to the family. If.&l t.HUAl'a SI OVU MAUKt'l. Considerable Pressure of Liquidation A VlKOrous Resistance. New York, Jan. 26, There was con- I siderable pressure of liquidation to-day for a time, but a vitmrmis resign buoyancy. The advance was not pur sued to any great "xtent and the mar ket became rather strangely auiet and neglected, without any marked point of weakness appearing to dtecourage the advance. The forecast of the week's currency movement proved more favorable than had been expected on the day-to-day transactions of the sub-treasury. The gain by the banks from that source had amounted to only $2,000,000 up to last night, and this was rather more than offset by the takings of gold for export- The regular express movement with the interior, however, has been largely in favor of New York, estimates of the receipts on balance at this point pointing to a gain of upwards of $6,000, 000. ' The supposition from the heavy liqui dation in the stock market known to have taken place would be that the vol ume of loans has been contracted. The announcement that the next Issue of the New York city bonds would be 4 per cents. Instead of 3 per cents, in order to secure 'their sale within the legal minimum of par was regarded with interest. Since the new city char ter no bonds have been issued for less than 3 per cent., but the price of the securities has been declining from above 103 to below par. The high rates for money and the speculative demand for securities are given as the cause of the declining tendency in fixed interest- bearing securities, of which this Is an example. Disappointment over the decision of the constitutionality of the stock trans fer tax had some part in the decline in activity of the later market. The earlv selling pressure centered upon Reading, and the unsupported condition of that stock had a sympathetic effect on the rest of the list. The strength of Union Pacific, St. Paul, Amalgamated Copper and the United States Steel stocks made an effective leadership for the recovery in the market, and was sup plemented by the active demand for the Pennsylvania group and a number of the Morgan railroads. Less effect was produced by the wider advances in a number of stocks of a more obscure type. The strength of Colorado Fuel and of Denver and Rio Grande was connected with the plans for Pacific coast exten sions for the Gould system and St. Paul and the additional requirements thus indicated for steel products. The mar ket was not effectually revived in the latter part of the day, although there was some further show of strength. The closing was rather heavy. Bonds were firm. Total sales, par value, $4,200,000. United States bonds were unchanged on call. NEW rOKK STOCK MARK F.T. Opening;, Illebest, Loireat. Quotntlon. On the New York Stock Etchans, reported by Prince & Whltely, Bankers and Brokers, 62 Broadway, New Vork, and 15 Center street. New Haven, Conn. Open. Illcb. Low. Closa Amal .Copper .111 112 110 111 Am. Car 47 47VA 46 Vi 46 ti Am. Cotton Oil. 41 Vi 41 4114 41, Am. Loco 74Vs 76V 74 75 ' Am. Smel. 171 Vi 171 17014 170 Am. jsugar ... : . 151 Vt 152 151 151 A . T. & 9. FeJ. 94 Vi 94 $3 94 do pfd ..J.103V4 103V4 103 it. 103V4 B. & O '..115 116 115 lisii . Brook. R. TJ.. 93 94V 831 93" Central of N. J.228 228' 225 228U Cen. Leather .. 49Vs 49& 48 48 ao pra . . . Ches. & Ohio .lUlft lUJft IU'14 ,. 62 614 iVu, . 23 23 22,4 22 S. C. & Gt. W AA. Ot Dl, jr.. .10378 lav y 100 'g lOifii Chi. & North. ..232V4 234 233 234 C. C. C. & St. L.108 108 108 108 14 C. F. & Iron.... 82 83 81 82.2 Con. Gaa 179 181 170 180 Canadian Pac. .174 174&.173H4 174 14 Del. & Hudson..222 222 221 22i2 Erie 49 50 49 42 d-o 1st pfd.. 82 82 82 SSu Gen. Electric ..177 179 177 177 111. Central ....178 178 177 17g Louis. & Nash.. 153 154 153 I04 Manhattan El. .161' 162 161 1 1 2 Met. St, Ry....l23 125, 123 135 Met. Securities 71 '72 71 't M.-K. & T. pfd.. 71 72 71 'cil Mo. Pacific 105 105 104 IQ4U N. Y C & H 152 153 152 152 N. Y. O. & W... 53 56 63 6S Nor. & West.... 92 93 91 B3 Pac Mail 50 50 50 k Pen 145 146 145 Peo. Gas 100 100 100 Ijio Reading 154 154 154 lfoif. Rep. I. & Steel. 35 36 35 '35 : do pfd 106 106 106 lotj Rock Island ... 24 25 23 i'24 do ptd 62 63 62 63 Southern Pac .. 71 71 70 '71 Southern Ry. ...41 42 41!42 do pfd 102 102 102 lm2 C T t- O T 1 UA K .Art, 1 C O 1: -tOll'' rrn v 001 on oiw r 7. ' Closing I'rlves. The following are the closing prices roported by Prince & Whltely, I'.inlters anu isroKers, zi urondway, .New York. ana ;a center sweet, .ew H.'ivei P.hl Adams Express 210 Ansalgnmated Copper Ill American Car 46 '4 do pfd :...103i American Cotton Oil tl'M do pfd 01 '( American Express . 247 I Americnn Linseed 2."- H do pfd 4iii- American Locomotive 75 f do pfd Hi'.-. American Smelting' 17" do pfd 1-;f"! American Sugar 151 " do pfd 1K: ; Anaconda Copper 2 7 i Atch. Top. & Santa Fe '.)! do pfd 102 v Tlaltinioro & Ohio lit,, J do pfd i)S Bay State Gas V Brook. R:ipid Transit H3 Jirook. Union Gas I7i Canada Kouthern 70 C'ncudinn Pacific 174 Centr.il of New Jersey. .. ,,?2" Cites. A Ohio 6r,t Chicago & Alton 52 do pfd S, Chi. & E. Illinois 13j Chi. M'l. St Paul ISjHt da rfi mil Clil & Ni llhweslern ti C. K. I. i: I. Coll 4 p c bd.-t ;. -l ( ;'. i i. V. K, &. Omahn.. .l:'s CM. j. -in '..runs I .sit Jo p'c! .'ij'4 C C. C S ki Tj H?7 Cjlcr.ir.'i lu.il & Iron ;u Cokti i'r. Scttthern Con:.( HCnied Otis , lso lel. Sc. Hudson Canal. .4 .'..2iu Hen. & Rio Grande pfd 1 Erie 411 u do 1st pfd ;.s2f? do 2d pfd .-5 v General Electric J77 Gt. Northern Railway pfd..siO Hocking Valley 110 do pril Illinois Central Interntalonal Paper .. do pfd ' lowi! Central K. C. Ft. S. & M pfd. . Kan. City Southern . . . do pfd Lake Erie & Western, Louisville & Nashville Manhattan Elevated . Met. Securities Met. St. Railway Mexican Central Mo. Kr.n. & Texas do pfd 9 I 3!H4 72 j. 104 OS 00 Vi 102 153 204 93 0(1 103 207 B0 110 102 63 104 153 93 30 107 25 63 42 102 71 118 47 26 00 159 138 38 119 14 83 157 91 160 58 114 45 112 90 B3 28 47 250 . 94 Mo. Pacific .104 National Biscuit t (575? National Load j 90 N. Y. Air Prnke L .158 N. Y. Cent. & Hudson. .. f 'l.yiVL N. Y, & New Haven,.... '201 N. Y. Ontario & Western' Kfi.v. .. 92 .. 94 .102 .206 . 40 .140 .100 do pfd North Americnn Northern Pacific .... Pacific Mail S. S Pennsplvnnla R R. . , Peoples' Gas Pressed Stel Car.... 02 do pfd inTif Readln L.152 do 1st pfd I oil? Rep. Iron & Steel .. 35 do pfd ..186 Rock Island 21 24 ao ptcl fi2 Southern Ry. Com....,.' 42 do pfd ,, io Southern Pacific 7074 . do pfd ...'lis St. U & ,San Fran. 2d Md. 46 St. L. & Southwestern! , ,, do pfd 53 l I Vll, W 11111, ,...L. ,1F.H i mm ivvenue . ...138 Texas Sr. Facilic L ssst 1 win city .K 1 1 . do pfd J 82 union Pacific I mu, (n Pf" J 97Vi TT Cf n ..i.i I" 1 uu ijuiiveiL 11 c Lin iKR.v. K(5 !i UU HL piU .3. 1 .. 1. .1 f --1 u. S. Sleel 44 do pfd do sink fund 112 bds 00 Virginia-Carolina m. . 03 Wabash . f .247 do pfd Wells-Fargo Express western union Westlfighouse Electr leal .168S4 169 20 33 31 61 Wheeling & Lake Ei e 20 27 30 60 do 2 pra Wisconsin Central do 2d pfd Conmlldiitcd Sticlt Eiclionte. Reported over prla ts wlra hr 'A. B. Bmith Co., 71 Brdadwajr, N. Y.j Npw iiaven office. 840 qi,apel street. Nor man A. Tanner, ManaB-sr. Opij,. High. Low. Last Amal. Copper ..111' 112 110 lllli 47Vi 4014 4614 76 Vi 74 75 172 17014 152 151 151 94 93 94 116 115 116 Am. car , 47 Am. Loeo 76 Am. Smel 171 Am. Siifrnr 157 A. T. & S. Fe... 941 B. & 0 115 Brook. R. T. . .. 93 i. 94 93 V4 93 Canada Pac 174 ft 1744 174 u 5fh'"-" VJi 2-TA 61 Vi 174 62 22 189 24 82 Vi 36 v.111. k ui. vv... z.1 2;j 22 C. M. & St. P.. .18 190.' 188 C. R. I. & P.... 23 2ii 2Vi C. P. & Iron.... l 81 viii. ouuiiirrii .. ,11, Erie 4H4 Met. St. Ry .1... 24)74 Mex. Central ... 2ftv M. K. & T 3rt da pfd 10!", N. Y. Central. ..15:? N. Y. O. & W... 54 u Nor. & West... 9Ki 36 49 50 125 26 39 1 05 163 56 49 124 125 25 26 39 38 104 104 152 152 54 56 92 92 145 146 157 152 70 70 41 43 3S 3S 157 157 44 45 93 ti'cn' , J 4 6 7J, 146 Reading; . ....154V4 1SH Southern Pac. . 7:n' 71 - Southern Ry . . 4h 4:1 ' Tex. Pacific ... 3s 38 T'nion Pacific ..137 158Vi U. S. Steel...... 4ii 451 uu pia . . . Sales 181,590. 111 112 111 112 Chicago Market. Reported over r.r!vftt wire by W- B. Bmtth Co., 71 Broadway. N. T.. New .Ilaven office. 14 Centar Street. Nor- n. i aimer Manaarer. Open. Hifra. Loir, Cioia. I n nn Piifific ..157. 1SX54 1K7U in 7 1 do pfd .... 97 97 97 ; f 7 71 i fi'. S- M'ning . . . 60 U. S. Rubber.., 55 56 55 56 Y- , " ' ? , 1? rj m l m ! ii7 United Conner . 61 do pfd 111 112 m-Jm ,chem . Wabash pfd ... 46 47 4U' 47 i V VnY 1 Jl wat- T:i,, nua o.ti n'j.'L- Am. lei. it I Pi. .141 W., LErle 20 20 20 ; 9,S ' do 2d pfd.. 28 2S 27, 27 I " 1-iJli U1IIUU if a XL PT 7K iU '7H M .( It. Slay.1 i'V , , July Torn , .- . May. ... 4 Jul. .... .... 85 85 85 85 64 84 83 84 44 44 44 44 44 44 41 445, Oats May. .. July. . 31 30 31 30 31 14 30 Boston stockltuotollona. Baportt over private "Ire of Horn blower & Weeics. member or New York and Boston Stock Exchanges; New Ha ven office, 27 Center (Street. HigVL Low. Bid. Asked. Adventure . . Allouez Arcadian ... Atlantic ... . Bingham ... Boston Cons. Ca. & Hecla. Centennial . . Copper Range Daly West . . Franklin . . . Granby Greene Isle Royal 26 'fe Mass. Cons. . Mohawk . . . North Hutte . Old Dominion Osceola ... . Parrot Qulnev .Shannon 6ra Tamarack J rinity Swift & Co.. United Shoe do. pld United Fruit LOCAL STOtp UrOTATlOXS. Furnished by K! it"riy. Root. & Da?. Hunkers and ir,kers. 133 Orange Street. Slocks. Pur. Hid. Asked. I City Hank 100 liu 60 50 1UU 10 I'll! 100 , MO I Oh 148 176 lit) 67 m 16 IS') Wi 130 1 n. 102 110 f irst iatiom .1 . . . Mechnnics Merchants .Nat. Ntw Haven. .ve.v Il lVeil I..VU1H Nat. -rr,iiK'sn'.fns Sceimil National Yale National . . New II. People's lIunli&Ti'''. MO L'niun Trust till i't'.lrka 'ur, Bid. Asked. Boston & Albani .. 100 pf luu .. 100 253 1W8 50 295 212 203 31 2:r. B. & N.. Ail Lin Conn. Ry. st Lt.; H. A: Conn, 'wesll .Nauga tuclc .... 1 uu 00 N. Lo. ndtm North-'!'", tuu N. Y N. II 100 205 West Elioi'e 25 M!cellnJM Slock Par. Jlid. Aeksl. Adams Express .. 100 American Brass .. lOu American Hardware. 100 Consol. Kluc, Mape. : Con Rolling ..I ! Edison, Huston 100 International silver., luu 24D 119 97 244 is 248 122 lot "s Hi 10 do. pfd. ...,. 10U New Haven Gas ' 25 New Haven Waiter . . 50 Hi 108 47 io;!i 62 104 157 05 151 Peck, Stow & no-ox 25 Security Insurai.iue. -40 07 103 Svvifl & Co. ....... ,.100 Telt'LlinjiCS-' N. Y. & N. f 10 155 Chos. & iJot-. ..100 fiu H. N. E. . . J , 100 110 United lllumlniiitlni?. 10U 162 ltn!l!"u2 IJind ; Bii AnkeX Bridgeport Traction 6s... 109 112 lirlRlui Tramway 4V4...1945 100 10U4 Conn. L. & V. 5sf 103..... 108 Consolidated Ry' 'is. 1054. OT'.i 98 Conn. Ky deb.,' WO'.... 84 i, Conn. R. & L. 4 Vis, 181.. 1U0 101 Dan. & Nor Us, JO ...... ISO .. D. & N. lis. lH2f Ui Dan. & Nor. 4s, i l'.i6 loE 106 Dan. & Bethel &s, 14.. 100 Harlem & V. C- s. 101 'do. 4,s, 195 10S 10714 Hart ft-Conn W- "23 104 .. HoiiHntonic 4s, 1310 100 do 6s, 193 124 125 Mor. & Comp. 6. 1925.... 1U6 Merlden St. 5s, 1024...... 111 118 N'lfiratuck 4s, 1054 107 Vi 110 Northampton fil'. 1009.. . 1004 flo. 5s. 191 1 105V4 N. H. & Centef Bs, 1933 110 120 N. H. & Derby IBs. 1918.... Ill N. H. & W. U. I6s. 1912. . . . 106 N. H. Street 5sk 1913 107 New London N-J 3!,1- 101 103 New London Sit -BS. 19d8.. 110 N T. Nnrthvml 4s, 1910. ...,101 N.Y.,N.NH.&HI.Jcb 4S.1903 200 N Y N H Jb H lRK. 4s, 1914 102 103 11814 107 98 Vi 110 N.Y., N.1I. Coifv- 3,195tl 117 N. Y, N H &IH. 4s, 1955. 106 N.Y..N.H. & H iCon 8 V4.19S6 do 3 Vis, lP5 95 N. Y. & N. E.!s. .. ...... 108 N. Y. & N. E. Bs, 1945.... 126 N Y. Prov ftlRns 4s, 1942 110 Wor. & C. E. 4 Vis, 1948.. 107 IO914 JMIacf Hnneooe Bonda, Bid. Asleep. Adams Express 4s, 1947... 102 Boston Eleo efl, 10S 105 Bianford L. & W. 5s, 1927. 107 Inter. Sliver. Jeb 6s, 1933.. 92 do 1st 6s,j 14- 107 Mlddletown 3 , B. 1909. 100 N, H. Gas Conf- 4s, 1910-15. 175 N.H.Water Cc'n.4s, 1910 15 105 N. H. City Prk 4 101 N. H. City Paf ton N. II. Sewer 4s, 1914 lOSVt N. H. City BrrJBe 8, 25.. 100 103 94 108 1(58 N. H. Gas Coin, is, iiu-jo iib N. L. Gas & W- 1st 6s, 1927 106 do. Con. 192K 102 S. N. E. Tel. I". l4(f 118 Swift & Co.,1 5s, 1914.... 102 United 111., i 1940 97 120V4 103 $50,000. To loan on Real Estate in sums to suit. Lorn a si & Nettleton BANKERS AND BROKERS, 137 O RANGE STREET We have just published a list of offerinjgs of safe bonds pay ine from to 5 V per cent.. with full description of each will be pleased to issue, anoi furnish same on application. DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ON F. J. LISMAN & CO. Member! N. T. Stock Exchange. 30 Broad St, New York City. LAND rps BUILDING, 169 BASV JacksolJ boulevard CHICAGO. 5 5 5 6.. 43 Vr 43 43 43 4 4 254 25 25 25 33 J 33 33 33 30 3! 29 29 30 1 700 705 29 4 29 29 29' 84 83 S3 84 16 17 19 4 18 18 19 I 10 10 Ji& 20 26 26 4 ife 26 26 27 10 is ivs i"4 Jl I 59 60 871 87 86 87 38 1 38 39 39 1031 '103 103 10,1 41 K 41 41 41 111 111 110 111 6 6t 6 . . 107 . ' 9 9 C0 60 . 60 65 65 66 , 61 63 631, 64 . . 132 133 . 33 33 33 33 . 102 100 . 98 100 ..14 1 140 .102 102 . 71f 79 78 78 SP'a ii'i iUVi 10!j 109 THE YALE NATIONAL BANK OF NEW HAVEN. Business men cannot afford to be without a bank account. It saves time and time is money, WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT. CONNECTICUT INVESTMENTS $20,000. $20,000. $5,000. $5,000. $3,000. $3,000. WALLING FORD GAS LIGHT CO. 5'S. MERIDEN HORSE RAILROAD CO. 5'S. NORWICH STREET RAILWAY CO. 5'S UNITED ILLUMINATING CO. 4's MIDDLETOWN HORSE RAILROAD CO, NEW HAVEN WATER CO. CONV. 4's. C. E.Thompson & Son 810 Chap! Street. Dm Ins. k Co. 80 Brood Strrt, 3f. T. MEMBERS OS N. Y. Stock Exchange. N. Y. Cotton Exchange.' STOCKS. BONDS. COTTON. Branch Office, 33 CENTER STR.E.E.T E. B. SADIES, HjuMi EJTA tlMSIIFID J87S. W.B. Smithy Co. Stock & Grain Brokers Tl IlilOAOWAV. NEW YDHK. JUeutbrra JV. V. Con. Sluek Exchsag Ciilcnco Hnar:l of Trade. KttW UAV1CN OFFICBil 24 Center Street. IVOU MAN A. TANKICn, 31 jf?. StorkK. Bonds, Gruln nni! Cotton bouKlit nnd old for ciiali or carried on 111 11 ri; 1 11. 1'rlvate "Ire counectlcfc our olhi-e ultli York. lEl,EIHO.K 104a. Kail road ana Corporation Bonds, Guaranteed Stocks, Securities Suitable for Estates auC Trust Funds. Investment Securities Frank S. Butterwortb, Telepbone 8100 Exchange ilnlldlac New Harm, 1 OFFER A CHOICE LINE OF WATER AND GAS BONDS S500 and $1000 Denomination Suitable for Careful Investors JAMES ft SMITH, INSURANCE THAT INSURES. Norths Agency has been selling Insurance in New Haven for over Fifty Years. Our best friends are those with whom we have ad justed losses, during that period. Moral INSURE WITH NORTH office 1st Build ing North of Post Office Security Insurance Co. of New Haven. Cash Asset Jan. 1, 1000, $1,866,810.00 OFFICE! 37 CENTER ETIIEET, DIRECTORS. Charles S. Leete, James D. Dewell, Joel A. Sperry, S. E. Merwln, Chug. E. CurtUt E. O. Btoddafd, WlfilamR. Tyler. John T. Manson. H. C. Fuller. John W. Ailing-. Charles H. Nettleton. CHARLES S. LEETE, J. D. DEWELL President. Vice President H. C. FULLER, VICTOR ROTH Secretary. . i..t Asi't Secretary. 5's. O THE MERCHANTS ATIONAL BANK 276 Stnte St., Oip. Woostcr St. With ample resources and complete equipment, adhering to conservative but modern methods in banking, INVITE the accounts of firms, corpora tions and individuals. OFFICERS: H. C. WARREN, L. H. ENGLISH, B. A. ALDEN, II. V. Whipple, President Vice President. Cashier. Assistant Cashier. HORNBLOWER & WEEKS MEMBERS OF NEW YORK and BOSTON Stock Exchanges. KBtW HAVER OFFICE, 27 Center Street Telephone SIS. FRANK D. WETMORE, Alunager. Copper Stocks Bought and sold on the Bos ton Stock Exchange on Com mission. TJ? NEW KAVBK tm tnvsv compakV 40 CQVnCH STRiJISX, We Invite yonr check account Niagara Light, Heat and Power Company Of Tonawanda and Korth Tonawamla, Ka Ya Buburbs of Buffalo, K. T. Jrt Mta-e. 8 per een Bonds, dan SR29, Bpeclal circular On application. J1IES H.PAEISH & GO Sure reding Newtra Pariah, INVESTMENT BANKERS, M OranKa Street Maw Uavea, Ooaaa January Investments, Conn Railway 4yes of 1951 Consolidated Railway 4s of 1955. " International Silver 6s of 1948. New Haven Water Conv't. 4s, 1915 Bristol Tramway 4Vas of 1935. Small lots N. H. Gas Lieht Swift Jk Co.-N. Y., N. H. & H.-N. H. Water. KIMBEBLY. ROOT & DAY. Private Wire N. Y. and Boston. London Mining Shares CAMP BIRD 1.1 TOM BOY EL ORO 1-1 ESrERANZA and all other stocks actively dealt In on the London Market Bonght, Sold and carried on 20 per, cent Margin, n- CATLIN &. POWELL CO. 35 Wall Street, New York, Telephone, 4488 Broad H. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS Dealers in Investment Securities. 108 ORANGE STREET. MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY. FURNISHES A CONYEKTIEKT AND SBCUflB FLACB FOB, THE DEPOSIT ftF YOUR SE- CERITIE9 AND VALUABLES. -r . 72 CHURCH STRXET,' 3 THE NATIONAL TR4DESIBENS MM of New Haven is prepared to serve you In a satis factory manner. We issue Foreign Drafts and Let ters of Credit, and make Cable Transfers promptly at favorable rates. , - WILLIAM T. FIELDS, President ROBERT A. BROWN, Vlce-Pres. FRED'S C. BURROUGHS, Cashier FRANK B. FRISBIE. Ass't Cashier - The Union Trust Go HARTEKJi.iJ by trie state of Con. necticut Willi authority to ao a. Executor, Administrator, Guardian Hi. ceiver, or Trustee, under will or dHT Is a legal depository of money rm ft Into Court and all publlo Trust Punrli Acts as Trustee tor Municipalities, Cor. poratlons, and individuals, and admin. Isters trusts of all kinds. Empowered to act 3 registrar of stocks, bonds or other evidence of indebtedness, manatra sinking funds, and do all business euZh as usually done by trust companies. It also does a general banking bua. lness, collecting cheoks, notes, coupons, and receives ilepoBlU. The principal ot each trust is invested by ltseuf and keot separate and apart from the general assets of the Company. This Company is by law regularly ex. amined by the bank examiner of ttaa Btate of Connectlout. HENRY 1,. nOTCHKISS, PreBident, EUGENE 8. BRISTOL. TreaaurMW J BRANCH OFFICE Mil McLellan & Co., v BANKEHS AIVD BROKEHS, BT Bioadway, New York. , MEMBERS OF New York Stock Exchange Bonds and Stocks, Bougn ana aoia on nommlasion fox cam: Of carried on nirm nlaoCoJ ' ,w Grain nnaVrovfsToniTT! Investment Securities A SPECIALTY. ' "Jew Haven Branch, SO nnd 31 Center St Bankers and Brokers, No. 52 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven Members N.Y. Stock Exchange, Product Exchange, and Chicago Board of Trad C. B. BOLMER. 7 Manager New Haven Braoeh, ALL CLASSES OF RJULWAT STOCKS AND 30NDS, ALSO GRAIN, ' PROVISIONS and COTTON BOUGHT AND SOLD-ON COMMISSION. Connected by Private Wlra with New. xorK, Boston and Chicago. Investment Securities new haven County National Bank 817 STATE STREEH. BSTABUSaiBD 132. Capital, - . Surplus and Profits, $350,000 $350,000 THIS BANK OFFERS TO DB. FOSITOBS EVERT FACIL ITY FOR BUSINESS AND S VVITEi THE ACCOtlKTS OF COKPOOA. TIONS, VIRUS, AND INDIVID. t'ALS. EZEKSEL G. STODDARD, FrctSdeati HORATIO G. REDFIELD, Oa& liter. WILLIAM G, REDFIELD, Aaat. CaitUur, INVESTMENTS. $50,000 Coaaoliduted Hallway 4' Deba,' Ptlfill 8,W N. 1., A. 11 S . It. K. 3V4'a ot 1054. 1,000 Southern N. I Tel. Co B'm. 1,000 N. II., W. 11. & Winchester Are. H U. 5'a. 2.000 Mlddletown Street Railway 6'a. 3,000 Bridgeport Gna Lia;ht Co. 4'a. H.OOO N. Y. A Stamford 5'a. 2.000 S. H. Water Co. Conv .4' Deba 8,000 N. II. & Centerrllle St. Hy 8'. 10.000 Jf Y Jf. H. H. H.R. Conv. 3'&'. n,000 Bridgeport Traction Co. G'a, The Chas.W.ScrantonCo. "" INVESTMENT BROKERS 103 Orange Street. i 1 1