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HEW HAVEN MORNING JO'OB&AL AND COURIER, MONDAT MARCH as, 1906
7 799 Chapel St. 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. pel cent. Interest paid tn on Savins Deportment.. Open Dally Saturday Evening, 7 to 8i30. and STOCK MARKET FEATURES GENERAL TREND OF SENTIMENT IS OPTIMISTIC. Notliwlthstnndlng the Chance of a Coal Strike Operators Have Great Stock of Coal Filed Up Market Opinion. The trend of the sentiment is opti mistic, . notwithstanding the chances that a coal miners' strike or two is im pending. The hulls point to the fact that a good many stocks have had a big drop from their high levels, such as Delaware & 'Hudson 35 points, New York Cential 25, Beading 35, Erie 10 points apiece and so on. The outlook for the winter wheat is all right now that the fields are protected by snow, which will later on provide moisture. Then the railroad earnings keep on (be ing great and the open winter has pro moted traffic and saved the heavy out lays that come with heavy enow falls. The iron and steel trade continues im mense and the Morocco question is con sidered disposed of safely. On the other hand the bears point to the chance of a long coal strike with Its attendant inimical effects on rail road business, steel and iron business eto. Then the bears claim that the im mense amount of new bonds and stocks to be absorbed is no bull argument; also that money is far from being easy. A few Wall street opinions are as fol lows: , Bartlett, Frazler & Carrlngton. De spite the positive statements that there are irreconcilable differences 'between the soft coal operators and miners, the belief seems to grow that the situation will not ' develop seriously, and that .some settlement will be effected. Chandler Bsor. & Co. We believe conservative effort is being made to keep prices from moving higher in or der not to disturb money conditions, Which are gradually improving. Marshall,' Spader & Co. All funda mentals, with which we are in close contact, are favorable, and w ewill ap proach the crop preparation season in good commercial and financial shape. Carpenter, Baggott & Co. A coal -strike will probably not occur. Expe rience also shows that it is unprofitable to sell coal stocks short on actual dec laration of a strike. Watson & Co. Even if there should be a coal strike it has been discounted T. A. Mclntyre & Co. think a pool has been formed to send Reading high er. John G. O'Keefe, of Horton & Co. The market has a distinctly better tone. Dick Brothers & Co. We expect the market to show irregularity during the next fortnght, and nothing like an un interrupted advance is likely- Never theless, the market seems to be well li quidated and, believing that its ten dency will be upward, we advise pur chases on all fair 'recessions. Henry Clews. The greatest obstacle to stock market activity at the present time is the undercurrent of mistrust,, which began with the insurance inves tigations and has been steadily grow ing, owing to the persistent campaign against corporate and other abuses. This agitation, together with the hos tile attitude of lalbor, is creating an un dercurrent of uneasiness which unless checked may easily assume more seri ous proportions. Present condi tions favor a trading market In- which sales should be made on all good rallies and purchases on pronounced breaks. For the next few days much will de p'end upon the prospects of a coal strike and the course of the money market. CLERGYMAN DEAD. Was for Five Years a Pastor In New Haven. Rev. Samuel H. Smith, who died In Flatbush, N. Y., a day or two ago, aged Seventy-eight years, was for five years pastor of the George Street (Now Grace M. E.) church, this city, and was for half a century a member of the New York East conference. Alleging that a horse belonging to a junk dealer named Devlne bit his finger, F. J. McCarthy, of Mill River street, has brought suit for $1,500 damages. Attorney Sullivan is counsel for Mc Carthy. Meyer Alpert, a newsboy, of 53 York street, fell down an elevator shaft at the store of the Edward Malley compa ny Saturday afternoon and fractured his arm and severely bruised one side. He was taken to the New Haven hos pital and will remain there for several days. Contractors are figuring on the plans for the new church to be erected by Christ church parish in West Haven. It will be constructed of trap rock, with artificial stone trimmings. The seating capacity will be about four hundred, and the cost wil be in the neighborhood of $50,000. ' The Rev. A. J. Gammack is pastor and chairman of the building committee. An investigation of the books of the board of assessors shows that Yale col lege pays taxes on an assessment of $129,980, an increase of $44,660 over the previous list. In the volume devoted to exemptions it is shown that Yale is ex empt on 143 pieces of real estate having an assessed valuation of $10,547,980. LOCAL I-INANCIAL NOTES. New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad stock; holds steady at $200 to $r01. The quarterly divilind checks vill be sent out on Friday oc this week. The Fostou and New York Air Line railroad dividend checks will be snt out on Saturday of this wesv.. Rights on American Bras.a Co- will expire on Wednesday ul ;hU week. The fust payment of 25 per cent, must be made on or before May i. The frac tions of the issue wiil not be adjusted until after tha subseri Ion is made. At Hie annual .meeung Of the Iut r national Silver Co. the old board was re electet with the addil'.on of Mr. L. E. Stevens- The New Haer. representa tive on the board is Mr. C. Berry Peets. The Derby representative is Mr. Wat son J. Miller. Atchison railroad r'ightos are pressed for sale at 1-S of one per cent. A lew have sold at this price and others at 1-16 of on per cent. With the stock selling considerably below par, there is font little inducement to subscribe for a 4 per cent, bond which is not secured by a mortgage. The annual melting of the United States Steel Corporation is advertised for April 16. The annual reports are now being forwarded to stockholders. A new match company has been in corporated at Albany, N. Y., to be lo cated at Glens Falls with a capital of $1,000,000. It will be some time before this company gets into operation, and is is not likely to be a very active com petitor of the Diamond 'Match Co. for a long time. Southern New England Telephone Co, books close on Saturday for the usual quarterly dividend of 1 1-2 per cent., payable A.pril 16. By exchange of the Naugatuck, New Haven and Derby, Berkshire, Danbury and Norwalk railroad and a part of the Air Line railroad stocks, which have been recently acquired by the New York, New Haven and Hartford rail road, the latter company has increased its capital from $80,121,800 to $89,286,300. For the purpose of paying various be benture notes as they become due, buy ing other leased line stocks and further contemplated improvements, thin road seeks directly to increase its capital to $140,000,000. No increase will be made immediately, but as tha obligations be come due they will be met by sales of stock, and the increase will bo offered t6 stockholders at such prices as to make it a desirable investment. iVWIP YORK STOCK MARKET. Opening, Highest, Lowest. Qnotntlnn. On the New York Stock ETchansra, reported by Prince & Whltely, Bankers nd Brokers, E2 3roadwny, New lurk, and 15 Center street, New Haven, Conn. Open. Hlsb. Low. Closa Amal, Copper . 106 Am. Car 4114 aim. i.oiion uu. at Am. Loco. do pfd ... Am. Smel Am. Sugar ... A. T. & S. Fe. . do pfd ... a. c& o. 116 a sti ,138 . 92 103 1104 ximyn. u. T S3 Cent. Leather . 4514 Ches. & Ohio... 5S Chi. & Gt. West 20 C. M. & St. P. ..174 C. & Northwest.2:0 C. C. C. & St. L. 98 C. Fft Iron.... 63 Con. Gas 145 Canadian Pac. .171 Erie 42 Louis. & Nnsh..l5rt Manhattan El.- .167 Met St. Rail. ..112 M. K. & T. pfd. 72 Mo. Pacific 94 N. Y. C. & H. '..142 N. Y. O. ft W. . 50 M; Nor. & West 87 Pac. Mail 44 Pen 137 Peo. Gas ,04 Reading' ... ...132 do 1st pfd . 91 Rock Island 26 Southern Pac. , 67 Southern Ry. .. 40 V- do pfd 101 Tex. & Pacific. 32 Union Pacific. .152 U. S. Rubber.... 52 do 1st pfd. 11 3 U. S. Stel 39 do pfd ....105 Wabash pfd ... 50 106 41 34 6S 116 156 138 92 103 110 83 45 58 30 174 232 98 63 145 172 43 150 157 112 72 94 14 2 60 SS 44 137 941.4 132 ,91 26 67 40 102 32 152 53 113 40 105 50 105 41 S4 - 68 116 155 138 92 103 110 82 46 58 20 174 230 98 62 146 171 42 149 157 112 7 2 94 112 50 87 44 137 94 131 91 26 67 40 101 37 162 62 113 39 105 50 105 41 34 68 116 156 138 92 103 110 S3 45 58 20 174 232 98 62 145 172 42 149 157 112 72 94 142 50 88 44 137 94 131 91 26 67 40 102 32 152 53 113 39 105 60 Closing; Prices. The following are the closing prices reported by Prince & Whltely, Bankers and Brokers. 25 Broadway, New York, ana 15 Center street. New Haven: Bid Asked Adams Express , . '47 .-,:; Amal Copper .'.'10;, joii Am. Car 4j , 3o pfd "101 101"? Am. Cotton Oil., S 3'i do pfd 92 rj '3 Am. Express V25 n'..'- Am. Hide & Leather pfd' .' .""3r '" 1'. Am. Ice Securities 47 471? Am. Linseed 21 do pfd '45 J 7 li Am. Locomotive t;si,i rji.' . d2 PM Mt 117 Am. Smelting -...156 3rK , do pfd j 211 r.9 8 Am. Sugar mg m . fl0 136 140 Anaconda Copper 1)4 14 2fi5 A. T. & Santa Fe 92 B- &, - 110 110 do pfd lie, (,7,7 Bay State Gas . . . . . . . . . . 4 J'? R- T 83 S3' 3 Bklyn. L. ( 129 13n Brunswick ji i,.-, Canada Southern V f,i;5' .17 '4 Canadian Pacific 172 it-m Cent, of N. J (; "., ' Ches. & Ohio '""uS", "tisu Chi. & Alton , do pfd 75 7 J if, Chi. & E. Illinois pfd 133 l-K '" Chi. Gt. Western .... i7, i do A. nfd 771; 771 Chi. Mil. & St. Paul ....... 1 74 ia 174 do pfd 1R2H IS41 Chi. & Northwestern .. 231 u C. R. I. & p. Coll. 4 p c bda 79 i C. St. P. M. & Omaha ... .iLi" isg ' Chi. Term. Trans m,', do pfd so" si C. C. C. & St. L fis ;,J C. F. & Iron 62 63 Col. Southern 3" a: 4 Con. Gas ...U&S 14? Del. & Hudson Canal 2041.. 2ei; Del. Lack. & Western 440 " 4fiil ' Den.. & Rio Grande pfd..,. SI Si's Distillers See. Corp 59 Erie 4 2 do 1st pfd 77 do 2d nfd 07 Gen. Electric ..166 Gt. Northern Rail, pfd ....318 Hocking Valley 113 do pfd 94 111. Central 170 International Paper 22 do nfd .' 84 Iowa Central 31 K. C. Ft. S. & M. pfd 82 Kan. City Southern 28 do pfd '. 57 - Lake Erie & Western 35 Louisville & Nashville 149 do pfd 56 Met. St. Rnil 111 Mexican Central 24 Mo. Kan. it Texas 34 d opfd 72 Mo. Pacific 94 National Biscuit (18 National Lead 79 N. Y. Air Brake 153 N. Y. Central & Hudson. . .142 N. Y., Chic. & St. Louis... 67, N. Y. & New Haven 198 N. Y. O. & Western 50 Norfolk & Western 87 do pfd 91 North American 99 Pac. Mail S. S 43 Penu. R ,R. . . ., 137 Peoples' Gas 94U Pressed S. C. 52 " do pfd 97 Pullman P. C. 237 Reading 131 do 1st pfd 91 do 2d pfd 97 Rep. I. & Steel 28 do pfd 99 Rock Island 26 do pfd 65 Southern R'way Com 40 do pfd 101 Southern Pacific 67 do pfd 117 St. L. & San Fran. 2d pfd.. SO St. L. & Southwestern 23 do pfd 54 Tenn. Coal & Iron 147 Third Avenue 132 Tex. & Pacific 32 Tol. St. L. & Western 35 d opfd 54 Twin City R. T ,11G Union Bag Pape." ...... 11 do pta 78 Union Pacific 153 do pfd 95 U. S. Express 13 7 U. S. R. & Improv 85 U. S. Rubber 53 do 1st pfd 113' U. S. Steel 39 do pIM IOoU do s'nlc. fund 5 a c bds 8 Virginia-van lma Chem. .. 5) W ... . . J!S4 d 1 rfd 50 Wells F.'i-ffo KxprS8 2?S Westen Union. 02 Westinghouse Electrical 15S Wheeling & Lake Erie.... 19 do 2d Ifd 25 54 Wisconsin Central 27 do pfd 56 59 42 77 OS 16S 31 S 115 95 172 22 85 32 84 '28 58 37 150 54 113 24 35 72 95 68 80 154 143 67 '2 201 50 88 93 99 44 137 95 52 98 240 131 92 98 29 99 26 66 40 102 67 118 86 23 55 149 138 33 36 65 116 12 79 152 ' 96 125 87 53 113 40 305 .."4 1" 13 " (i 2fn fi'i 164 20 27 27 57 Conaollilntcd Stock Rscnonee. Reported over private wire by W. B. Bmlth Co., 71 Broadway. N. Y,J New Eaven office 840 Chapel street. Nnr tnan A. Tanner, Manager. Open. High. Low. List. Amal. Copper ..106 Am. Car Am. Loco. . . Am. Smel. Am. iSucrar . . A. T. & S. Fe B. & O Bklyn. R. T. 41 68 ..1 .138 .. 92 .110 .. 83 Canada Pacific 172 6 C. & Gt. v. C. M. & St. P. C. R. I. & P.... C. V. & Iron.. Erie Mo. Pacific ... N. Y. Central . Pen Peo. Gas Reading .. ... Southern Pac. Southern Ry. . Union Pnc. .., U. S. Steel..., do pfd 20? ,174? . 20 . 63 . 42 . 94 .142 .137 . 94 .13 . 0 . 40 .152 . 39 105 Sales 25,560. 106 105 106 41 41 41 68 68 68 156 156 156 138 138 138 93 92 92 110 110 110 83 82 83 17?H 172 171 20 20 20 174 174 174 26 26 26 63 62 03 42 42 42 94 94 94 14 2 142 112 .137 137 137 94 94 94 132 131 132 67 67 G7 40 40 40 152 152 152 40 30 39 105 105 105 Chicago Mnrbet. Roportea over private wire by W. a Smith & Co., 71 BroaSwa. N. I.. Ktf Haven office,. 24 Center Strest, Nor man A. Tanner, Manager. Chicago, March 8. Open. Mlgn. low. Close. Wheat May ........ 78 78 78 78 July. 78 78 77 77 Corn May .44 44 43 44 July 44 44 44 44 Oats May 30 30 30 30 July 29-- 29 29 29 Government Bonds. Bid. Asked. 23, rcg., 1930 103 103 2S, Cev.p 1930 103 103 3s, r?g 1908 102 103 8s, corp., 1908 102 103 Ss, small bonds .102 4s, reg., 1907 . . . 103 104 4a, coup., 1907 103 104 4s, reg.. 192b ..,.389. 130 4s, coup., 1925 ...129 130 D. u 3s. 63. 116 - Philippine 4s 108 110 Boston Stock Quoltidon. Reported over private wire Of Horn blower & Weeks, members of New York and Boston Stock Exchanges; Niw Haven qilice, 27 Center street. High.Low.Bld.Asked. Adventure 6 6 Ailouea .... ... ?7 f..S Arcadian .3V. 3 Atlantic 21 21 2,' 21 U Bingham $84 38 38 3S Boston Cons 22 22 22 22 Cain. & Hecla.. G84 685 Centennial M 25 Copper Range.. 7J 80 Dalv West 34 U Franklin 19 19 19 Granby 13 32 12 3 3 Isle Royal 21 22 Mass. Cons S 9 Mohawk 60 60 60 60 Noith Butte 82 82 82 S3 Old Dominion... 45 45 44 45 Osceola 101 101 , 101 UU Parrot 30 37 Quincy 92 92 fcl 92 Shannon 7 7 '1 7 Tamarack 107 insv. Trinity 10 10 10 10 U. S. Mining 57 58 56 57 ' Utah Cons 62' 61 2 62 United Copper.. 66 65 65 60 Wolverine 133 135 Am. Ag. Chem.. 27 do pfd 97 Am. Telephone.. 138 138 139 i:;si, Swift & Co 107 107 United Shoe 86 85 85 SIK do Pfd ..... 31 31 30 31 United Fruit.... 109 109 109 109 THE YALE NATIONAL. BANK OF NEW HAVEN. v The young man just starting in business life should have a bank account. 'T will help him save his money. Small accounts invited. We offer subject to sale: To yield 4.85 $25,000 Michigan State Tel. Co. 1st 5's, 50,000 Birmingham Ry. Lt. & Power Gen. Ref. 4 12 4.65 ,20,000 Union El. Lt. & Power 5's (of St. Louis), 4.70 30,000 Milwaukee EL Ry.& Lt. Co.Ref. 4 12's, 4.40 100,000 Ontario Transmission Co. 1st 5's (of Niagara Falls, Canada), 5. F. S. Buttertvorth & Co., Exchange Building. Telephones 3100-3101. HORNBLOWER & WEEKS Members ot New York nnd Boston Stock Exchanges No. 53 Slate Street, BOSTON No. 120 Brondnny NEW YORK. New Haven Office, 27 Center Street. Telephone 342 , FRANK D. WETMOPE, Manager. INVESTMENT SECURITIES NETTING 4 TO 5. Dick Bros 4 Co. STOCKS COTTON BONDS GRAIN Uhnkcra and Brokers, 30 BROAD ST NEW YORK. MEMBERSt NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE, NEW YORK COFFEE EXCHANGE, NEW ORLEANS COTTON EXCHANGE, PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE, CHICAGO BOARD O TRADE, LIVERPOOL COTTON. ASSOCIATION. EDW. B. EAMES, Mgr. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 33 CENTER STREET. The Union Trust Go NEW HAVEN. CHARTERED by the Btnte ol Con necticut with authority to act us Executor, Administrator, Guardian, lle celver, or Trustee, under will or deed. la legal depository , o money paid Into Court and public Trust Funds. Acts as Trustee for Municipalities, Cor porations and individuals, and admin isters trusts oC all kinds. Empowered to act as registrar ot stocks, bonds cr other evidence of Indebtedness, manage sinking funds, and do all business such as usually done by trust companies. It also does a general banking1 bus iness, collecting cliecks, notes, coupons, and receives deposits. The principal of each trust Is Invested by Itself and kept separate and apart from the general assets of tho Company. This Company Is by law regularly ex amined by tti e bank examiner of the State of Connentlnnt H1WKV 1 IIOTTHKISS, President.. EUGKNK S. BRISTOL, Trcnsurer. RANGE THAT North's Agency has been selling In surance in New Haven for over fifty years. Our best friends are those with whom we have adjusted losses during that period. Moral Insure with North. Office first building north of Post Office. "i'4'4'i4"f""'i,'''i" ffitiatictal. ESTABLISHED 1S7S. WJ.Smiih4Co. Stock & Grain Brokers 71 BROADWAY. NEW YORK. Members N. Y. Con. Stock Hxcaoas Cblineo Buar4 ot Trade. JIUVV HAVE OFFlCEl 24 Center Street. SOI1XA.V A. 1 ANMfJi, Jlcs. Stocks, Bondi, Grain and Cotton boulit nnd cold or canto or carried on margin, i'rlvnte wire i-onuectlci out Oitice tvlfli ,rw York. '15UST' compamt is empowered by law to act as Executor, Admin istrator, Guardian and Trustee. It faithfully and economically looks after all matters of a fiduciary nature. 40 Church St., NEW HAVEN, CONN. MINING NEWS BUREAU ISSUED DAILY All the news of the mines and tho mining- market Sample copies free on re puest. TONOPAH GOLDFIELD BULLFROG are featured in this service. CftTLIN & POWELL CO., JS Wall St., New YorK. k ffitfilf Mb Bankers and Brokers, No. 52 Broadway, New York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven Members N.T. atnob m ,...,- .. .. .-.,,., If, c, X (UUUIQ Exchange, and Chicago Board of Trade. C. B. BOLMER, Manager New Haven Branch. ALL CLASSES OP BAILWAT STOCKS AND BONDS, ALSO GRAIN. PROVISIONS and COTTON BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Connected by Private Wlrs with New , Tork, Boston and Chicago. Investment Securities James B. Smith INVESTMENT. BONDS 41 lOrange St., New Haven, Conn. MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY. FURNISHES A CONVENIENT AND ' gECl'nK PLACE) FOB THE DEPOSIT OP TOUR 6B CCHITIES AND VALUABLES. 72 CHURCH STREET, II. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS Dealers in Investment Securities. 108 ORANGE STREET. THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 276 State St., Opp. YVooater St. With ample resources and completa equipment, adhering to conservative but modern methods In banking. INVITE the accounts of firms, corpora tions and Individuals. OFFICERS: H. C. WARREN. President. k ? ?rNiSH' Vlce President D. A. ALDliiN, Cashier H. V. Whipple. Assistant CashleiC NVESTMENTS. Merlden Home R. It. Co. 5'g. IVorwIc-h Street Builnay Co. 5's iVlidUIctonn Horsa R. R. Co. 5's. Connecticut Kuiinay iii Lighting Co. 4 Mi's Consolidated Railway Co. 4's. New Haven Wnter Co. Conv. 4's, N. Y, N. U. & H. R. R. Co. Conv. 3H'. New Haven Water Co. Stock. So. N. K. Telephone Co. Stock. C. E. Thompson & Sons io Chapel Street. Bonds and Stocks. Guilford Water Co. B's. IMearirten Street Railway 5'.. Norwich Street Railway 5's. Rridgeport Traction 5's. llousatonic R. It. 5's. Uuited Illuminating 4's. ' N. H. Water Co. Deb. 4's. New Milford Power 5's. So. New England Telephone Stock. Int. Silver Co. Pfd. Stock. The Chas. W. Scranton Co. 103 ORANGE STREET. NEW HAVEN THEATRE 1 G. B. BUNNELL, Manager. gttftttnitimnits. HYPERIO WEDNESDAY NIGHT, March 2S, bam S. and Lee Shubert (inc.) offer "THE EARL AND THE GIRL", With EDDIE FOr. Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.60. Seats now Bellinp. THURSDAY NIGHT. March 29. ' The World's Greatest Magician, Accompanied by PAUL VALAllON. England's Celebrated Conjurer. Prices 26e, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Scat sale Thursday. 9 a. m. ' ' I NEWHAVEH THEATRE" G. B. BUNNELL, Manager, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday March 20, 27, 2S, Matines Wednesday, W. B. LAWRENCE PRESENTS Thursday, Friday, Saturday March 29, 30, 31, iatmee Saturday.. THE MOST POWERFUL MELO-' DRAMA OF THE DAY, I BEHIN 1 THE Mi I HI A Play of the Golden West by . , EDMUND DAY. , . A LOGICAL PLAY A PLAUSIBLE PLAY A GREAT CAST. A Perfect Scenic Production. A reproduction of the famous "GEORGETOWN LOOP." One of thf GmmTpst Plnf-lir.se nf I Beautiful Colorado Scenery ever Produced upon the Stage. 11 i Niagara Light, Heat and Power Company Ot Tonawanda and North TonnwsndA, Suburbs ot BuffaJo, N. T. 1st Mtev. S per coat Bonds, dna ttnx Special circular on application. JAIESH. PARISH & CO SaeceedlBK Hewtoa A ParUh. INVESTMENT BANKERS. M OiMgt SteMt. New Havea, Coaa. THE METROPOLITAN PRODUCTION. A Dlay that touches tha Viparti Presented by 1 A Specially Selected Company?! sscensry and titects. Containing many new and novel 1 DviKsitiiuuiu ana iviecnamcai Effects and Situations. BRANCH OFFICE! Banff, McLelian & Co., BANKERS AJfD BROKERS, 67 Broadway, New York. MEMBERS OF New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks Bought and nold on commission for oaia or carried on margin; also Cotton. Grain and Provisions. Investment Securities A SPECIALTY. If ew Haven Branch, 39 and 31 Centra St, The equipment of, the ; THE NATIONAL lilt;,. 96 Orange St. ' is especially, arranged for handling mercantile and personal accounts. CAPITA!. (300,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS 9205,000.00 ORGANIZED 1S55. Stocks and Bonds for Sale N. H. County Bnnk. South. New Ensrliind Telephone. Consolidated Railway 4s. Conn. R'way & LiMit 4' N. 11. Derby R. R. 5s. HoiiKntonio II. lt. B's. Winchester Ave. 11 R. B's. New Milford Power B's, 1!)S2. N. V., N. II. H. R. R. 3's, 1054. American Light & Traction 6 per cent. Stock. Ainer. Tel. & Cable B per cent stock to net 5 per cent. KIMBERLY , ROOT & DAY. Private Wire N. T. and Boston. Investments. We offer an excellent line of high-grade Bonds and Mortgages netting from 4 12 to 6 per cent., many of which are legal for trust funds. Send for our list of Securities. Lomas & Nettleton bAMKERS AND BKOKBtt. 137 ORANGE STREET POLI'S NEW THEATRE. ALL THIS WEEK., . PETER P. DAILF.V. SPECIAL FEAT CUE. ", STALKY & BIBBECK. Poll Popular Prices DIJOIT THEATRE, S. 7, Poll, Prop. , ENTIRE WEEK OF MAHCII 25, The Stock Company Will present th Screaming FatJcB Comedy MY UNCLE FROM JAPAN. Poll Popular Prices Prevails Ladles at daily matinees, 10 cents; evenings 10, 20, 30 cents; matinees, 10, 20, cents. Seats for evening shows can be secured In advance. Box office opens r.t 9 a. n. Telephone 3090. NEW AVEN. i County National Bank: 317 STATE STBEE1. SBTABUbBBD 1884. ; Capital, . . 350,000 Surplus and Profits, $350,000 THIS BANK OFFERS TO J)B POSITORS EVERY PACIIj ITY FOR BUSINESS AND INVITBS THE ACCOUNTS OP CORPORA TION, FIRMS, AND INU1VID. UALS. . .... EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, President. HORATIO G. REDFIELD, Cashier. WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, At. Caeltlen. . HADDON HALL ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. V Always Open. On Ocean Front Courteous Attention, Homelike ,Sur roundings. Every comfort " Booklet and Calendar on application, LEEDS & LIPP1NCOTT SEASIDE HOUSE. Atlantio City, N. J. Best location oq the ocean front. Complete. Modern. F. P. COOK & SON, GREEN'S HOTEL. On the Beach Front, Atlantic City, N.J, Absolutely Fireproof. Entire New MnnaKentent Newly and handsomely furnished Most delightfully located between tha two famous piers Center of all attrac tions. Three hundred . magnificent rooms. One hundred Hot Sea Water Baths, with all the modern appoint ments Elevators, Steam. Heat, Phones In rooms, Music. Terms: American plan, $2.50 per day up. Special weekly. European plan, $1.50 per day up, with separate dining-rooms and service. Booklet. Coach meets all trains. CHARLES E. COPE, Prop. Also Klttatinny Hotel, Delawar Water Gap. HOLEL RUDOLF. Atlantic City, New Jersey. Directly on the Beach. Local and long-distance telephones in rooms. American and European plans. 409 ocean view rooms. 100 suites with pri vlae sea-water baths. Artesian well, absolutely pure. Orchestra and week ly social features. Capacity 1,000. Special Spring rates. CHAS, It. MYERS, Owner, The ST. CHARLFS Most select location on the ocean front. ATLANTIC CITY, N. .1. Distinctive for its elegance, exclu siveness, high class patronage, and liberal management; telephone in rooms, artesian water, sea water in all baths.- Orchestra of -soloists. Booklet. NEWLIN. HAIXES.