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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY IMAY 51906,
799 Chapel St.
COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS.
We Invito yon check account and oiler In return Interest on your eP0B
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, ' ' '
4 pe cent. Intercut Is paid on savings deposit.
OPEN SATUHDAY EVENINGS.- (
Am. Smel. 141 '
Am. Sugar 128
A. T. &S. Fe.... 87
B. & O. .......105
Bklyn. R. T. ... 74
Canada P 157
Cent .Leather . 40
Ches. & Ohio... 54
C. & Gt. W 18i4
C. M. & St. P. ..157 163 157 161
U. R. 1. & P ... 24i,i 25 24i;
C. F. & Iron ... 42
Coy. Southern . 31
Dis. Securities .
Erie 39
Louis. & Nash.. 140
'146 141 146
131 128 131
88 87 88
107 105 107
77Vi 74 77
159 15V 159
40 40 40 Vi
55 54 55 Vi
19 18 19
STOCK MARKET FEATURES
PRICES ROSE ASD SOME BIG AV
YAXCES WERE M AVE.
and Brokers, 52 3roadway, New ?ork.
and 16 Center street, :ew Haven, Conn.
Odoq. Illa'i Low. Close.
Mex. Central
Mo. Pacific ,
Nat. Lead ...
N. Y. Central
N. Y.. O. & W
Pac. Mail S. S.
Penn
Peo. Gas
Pressed S. C.
Heading . ...
Rep. Steel ...
Southern P. ,
Southern Ry,
Tex. Pacific
. 19
. 87
. 70
.132 138
45 41
31 31
58 56
40 39
140ys 140
20 19
89 87
73
45
36
45
36
.132 1.34
91 91
47
45
SI
5S-v,
49
140 ij,
20
89
70 73
132 138
45 .45
36 36
132 134
91 91
44
24
62
35
28
47
119
26
3
36
29
Reading Went Up Nearly 10 Points
Drive at Amaljfamted Failed Shorts
Driven to Cover Congress and Spec
ulation Better Money Market Bet
ter News From Coal Regions Gossip
of the Day.
1 Those who expected stocks would
tumble. -when the president's message
as to Standard Oil came out were dis
appointed.. Wall street had the news
the day before.
It Is interesting to know that sheets
Durportins to be conies of the message,
or parts thereof, were circulated in
Wall street Thursday, indicating the
possibility of a "leak" somewhere. The
sheets, it was said yesterday, contain
ed an accurate forecast.
The general comment as .to Commissioner.-.
Garfield's report, early in the
day, was that It was much less dras
tic than had been expected.
Nevertheless,. It was thought by the
bears to be drastic enough to warrant
them to jump onto stocks again. They
tried tout failed.
After a little while the bulls took
hold and made it hot for the shorte,
who had to rush to cover. The bulls
put Reading up nearly 10 points, New
York Central 8, and Union Pacific and
various other stocks made handsome
advances.
Wall street had it that there is reas
aon to believe that a peaceful settle
ment will be made, and that the men
who have been Idle since April 1 will
soon be ordered back to the mines.
H. H. -Rogers is said to have replied
when he heard the charge of . $750,000
of yearly rebates: "Why, that is small
on, 23,000,000 barrels. It is like petit
larceny. I blush at my innocence.''
Evidence was obtained yesterday that
Several insurance companies have been
liquidating American securities, pre
suTnaMy to meet the losses at San
Francisco..
A 'number of commission houses that
ihave been, extremely bearish for sev
eral weeks are advising cautious buy
ing of stocks.
Amal. Copper .. 96 102 96 102
Am. Car ... 37 38 3 38
Am. Cotton Oil. 29 .30 29 30
Am. Loco. -. .- ; 58 61 - '57 60
do pfd 111 112 111; 112
Am. Smel 141 146 140 14o
AAm. Sugar ..129 131 125 131
A. T. & S. Fe.. 87 89 87 89
B. & 0 106 107 106 107
Bklyn. R. T. .. 74 77 74 774
Cent oe N, J ..206 210 206 210
Cent Leather ... 36 40 39 40
do pfd JO.1 102 101 101
(JtiP!i. & Ohio. v. 64. 58 54 bD'a
C. & Gt.- W. ,. -18VS-C.
M. & St. P.. 158
C. & -Northwest. H7
U C. C & St. .. 94
C. !'. & Iron .. -12
Con. Gas 135 138
Canadian P 158 159
D, & Hudson .193 197 193
D. L. & West.. 450 450 450
Erie 39 ' 40
do 1st Did . 76 77
Gen. Electric .163 166 163 165
111. Central ....167 170 167 Iht
Louis. & Nash.138 ".401 138 111
44
114 120 114
24 26
62 63
35 36
28 i 30
Union Pacific ...140 144 140 144
U. S. Rubber... 48 49 48 49
U. S. Steel 37 39 37 39
do pfd 103 105 103 105
Wabash 19 19 19 19
do pfd 42 42 42 42
Sales 161.72J.
N. H. & W. H. 5s, 1912.... 105
N. H. Street 6s, 1913 106
New London St .6s. 1933.. U0
N. L. Northern. 4s. 1910.... 101
N.Y., N.H. & H. deb 4, 1903 196
N.Y., N.H. & RR. 4S, 1914. ..
N.Y., N.H. conv 3s, 1956 114
N.Y., N.H. & H. 4s, 1955.. ..
do 3s, 1954. .
N. Y. & N. E. 4s, 1945
N. Y. & N. E. 5s, 1945. .. . . .
N. Y., Px-ov. & Bos, 4s, 1942 108
Wor. & C. E. 4s, 1948.. ...
106 .
102
115
103
94
106
125
109 -
Best Service
Miscellaneous Bonds,
Bid.
Ankefr.
Adams Express 4s. 1947.. 102 103
Boston Elec. 6s. 1908 104
Stanford L. & W. 6s. 3il7. 107
Inter. Silver deb 6s, 1933... j 90 92
do 1st 6s. 1948 ...107 108
Mlddletows 3, 6. 6s. 1909100
N. H. Gas con 4s, 1910-15. 179 180
N. H. Water con 4a, 1910-15- 166 - ..
N. H. City Paric 4s ..,10
M. H. City Park 3s 100 ..,
N. H. Sewer 4s. 1914 103 ft
N.H. Citv Brldere 3V,. 25.. 100 7.01
I N. L. Oas & E. 1st 6s, 1927 106
New Minora wa. P, 1932.. .. 10&
N. L. Gas, 5s, 192& 101
S. N. E. Tel. 5s. 1914
Swift & Cp 5s, 1914.... 102 103
uuuea in., ts, i'Ji) (
Ex-dividend.
9R
45
19 18 19
163 157 163
201 197 201
94 95
42 45
135 138
157 159
197
450
39 40
76 77
Chicago Market.
Reported over private wire by W.
Smith ft Co, 71 Broadwaj. N. Y Ne
Haven Office, 24 Center Street. Nop
man A. Tanner. Manager. .
..--.. Open. High. Low. Close
Wheat
July. . .
Sept. . .
,. .
Sept. ..
Oais
July. . .
Sept. . .
7S -77
45
46
30
28
79
78
45
46
30
28
78
77
45
45
30
79
78
45
45
30
28
Government Bonds.
Manhatan El. ...151 It., 150
Met. St. Mail . .109 11. 109
M. K. & -jl. pfd 66 67 66
Mo. Pacific .... 87 89 87
Rep; I. & S.
do pfd . . .
Rock Island . .
Southern P. ..
Southern Ry.
do pfd . . .
T. C. &Iron ,
Tex. & Pacific
Union Pacific
U. S. Rubber..
do 1st pfd
U. S. Steel ...
do pfd ...
Wabash pfd . .
West. Union .
W., L. Erie ..
do 2d pfd.
46
87
36
26
95
25
64
.37
99
44
S5
35
132
SUM
152
111 I
ev
89
138
46
87
36
134
91
Bid. Asked.
N. Y. C. & H...132 13S 132
N. Y. O. & W, . 44
Nor. & West 85
Pac. Mail 35
Penn. xdl32 134
Peo. Gas 91 91
Reading 114 120 111 120
- do 1st pfd, . 91. . ,91 , . tfl at
24
93
24
62
35
98
2s, reg., 1930
2s, coup., 1930
3s, reg., 1908
3s, coup., 1908
3s, small bonds
4s, reg., 1907
4s, coup., 1907
4s, reg., 1925
4s, coup., 1925
D. C. 3s. 65s..
....103
103
....103
....104
,..,.108
....103
....103
....130
131
, 116
103
104
104
104
103
104
131
132
24 -92
24
61
.35
'98
95
63"
37
Philippine 4s .109 110
.134 140 134
.. 28 '30 28
..141 144 140 144
. 48 ,50 48 50
.107 '107 107
. 37 39 37
.103 106 103
. 42 43 42
. 01 92 91
. 17 17
.,23 23
17
23
140
o0
197
39
105
43
92
17
23
Cotton Market.
Reported by Dick Broa & Co.. mem
bers of New York Stock and Cotton
Exchanges. Branch office, 83 Center
Street;
New York, May 4.
V 1 High Low Last
Closing Frlcea.
The followlnr are tho closing prices
reported by Prince & Whitely, Bankers
an-J Brokers. 25 Broadway. New York,
and 15 Center street. New Haven:
Bid Asked'
(Continued on Twelfth Page.)
y t&'i tlWA l i STOCK MARK1.T
Rate ot Recovery Closely Apportlonsd
' to That of Previous Decline.
New York, May '4. The movement of
prices of stocks turned definitely
against 'the shorts, to-day and a lively
demand ' developed fnoin uncovered
bears. to secure stocks. The rate of re
covery was closely apportioned to that
of the - previous decline, the severest
sufferers in the slump rising most buoy- j Canadian Pacific
antly in the recovery. The day started j Cent of New Jersey
Adams Express
Amal. Copper . .
Am.. Car .......
do pfd
Am. Cotton Oil
do pfd
Am. Express
Am, Hide & Leather pfd,.
Am. Ice Securities .......
Am. Linseed
. . . .225
...-ll02
.... 38
. . . .100
.... 30
....90
.215
May 1123
July 1103
August 1086
September 1058
October ........ 1050
December ...... J050
January 1064
1118 1123
10)8 1103
1082 1086
1054 1058
1044 1049
1045 1048
1049 1053
do pfd.
Am. Loco.
do pfd
Am. Smel.
do pfd
Am. Sugar .............
do pfd
Anaconda Copper
Atch. Top. & Santa Fo,.
do pfd
Balitimore & Ohio
31
. 59
.. 17
n39
. 60
..113
..146
..116
.131
.133
.240
. 89
.100
107
do pfd 92
Bay State Gas
Bklyn. R. T. ....
Bklyn. U. G
Brunswick . . . , .
Canada Southern
with a further attempt on the part of
the bears to force a further decline, the
attack centering on Amalgamated Cop
per in continuation of its closing weak
ness yesterday. Very light selling was
forced out by this drive and the bears
began a systematic movement to ooiver
their .shorts. Amalgamated Copper
was a prominent leader of the recovery.
The upward movement gained force
after the appearance of the president's
Special message on the Standard Oil in
auiry, and it became quickly manifest
that the effect of the document on spec
ulative sentiment had been entirely
miscalculated by the professional -operators.
There was an occasional halt in the
advance, but no notable reaction after
the feverish movements of the first
hour.. The further prices advanced
without bringing, out a renewal of any
considerable Offerings the firmer grew
the conviction that forced liquidation of
the kind which flooded the market in
the middle of the week was over. The
bears had to pursue a pretty steady
advance in prices continually to secure
their needed supplies of stocks. Read
ing was another very conspicuous feat
ure in the recoyery, lowing to the heavy
bear attack "Upon it after the principal
liquidation of the general market had
been completed, with consequent scar
city of real selling to meet the demand
of the bears. '
. No' definite news was received from
the miners' convention, but the action
of Reading was taken to Indicate that
the prospect of a strike had been over
discounted In the trading. The prelim
inary' estimates of the showing by to
morrow's bank statement are unusually
involved, but the tone of the call money
market was distinctly easier and the
impression Was strong that the condition-
of the banks was improved. A
marked sentimental effect was produced
by the news that arrangements had
been made for a transfer of money to
New York by one of the Oakland banks.
-It was inferred from this that the San
Francisco banka were finding them
selves glutted with the superabundance
of cash and that a return flow in con
siderable volume might be expected
from that point with the reopening of
the banks .and the establishment of
confidence. ,
The day's net changes in stocks show
gains ranging between 2 and 10 points
for all the active -issues, and the clos
ing tone was buoyant, with the bears
in full .rout and scrambling to cover
shorts. -'
Bonds were irregular. Total sales,
par value, $2,920,000.
United States bonds were unchanged
on call. ....
XEWYORK STOCK MARKET.
Oa the Hew Tork Stock Exchange
reported by Prince & .WoKel. 5bJuu
. 77
.120
. 16
. 66
.159
.213
Ches. & Ohio. ., . 56
Chi. & B!. Illinois pfd .....130
Chi. Mil. & St. Paul 163
do pfd 179
C. R. I..& P. Coll. 4 p c bds 76
C. St. P., M. & Omaha ....175
Chi. Term. Trans. 11
do pfd 28
C. C. C. & St. L, 95
Col. Fuel &Iron 45
Col. Southern . 31
Con. Gas 13S
Del. & Hudson Canal- 197
Del. Lack., & Western .....450
Den. & Rio Grande pfd ... 86
Distillers Sec. Corp 58
Erie 40
do 1st pfd 77
do 2d pfd 65
Gt. Northern Ry. pfd 289
Hocking Valley 123
do pfd 94 .
III. Central 169
International Paper pfd... 83
Iowa Central , 25
Kan. City Southern ...... 24
do pfd 52
Lake Erie & WeRtern .... 32
Louisville & Nashville ". ...141
Manhattan El 151 ,
Met. St. Railway Ill
Mex. Central 20
Mo. Kan. & Texas 31
do pfd 67
Mo. Pacific 89
Nat. Biscuit 63
Nat. Lead 72
N. Y. Air Brake 141
N. Y .Cent. & Hudson 138
N. Y. & New Haven ..190
N. Y., Ontario & Western. 45
Norfolk & Western 87 ,
do pfd 90
North American 95
Northern Pacific 193
Pac Mail S. S. 36
Penn. R. R. 134
Peoples' Gas 91
Pressed S. C 47
do pfd 96
Pullman P. C 223
Reading 120
do 1st pfd 88
do 2d pfd ,. 91
Rep. Iron &Steel 25
do pfd 94
Rock Island 24
do pfd 63
Southern R'way Com. .... 36
do pfd 98
Southern Pacific 63
do pfd .117
Tex. .t Pacific 30
Tol. St. Louis & Western.. 50
Twin Citv R. T 112
Union Pacific 144
do pfd 93
U. S. Express 105
U. S. Realty & Imnrov. .... 84
U. S. Rubber 50
do 1st pfd 107
U. S. Steel , 39
do pfd 105
do sink fund 5 n c bds 96
Virginia-Carolina Chem. ... 38
Wabash ... 20
do pfd 44
Wells-Fargo Express 245
West. Union 91
Westinghouse Electrical .158
Wheeling & Iake Erie 17
do 2d pfd 23
230
102
38
102
30
95
225
32
60
1S
40
61
114
146
117
131
13S
240
89
101
107
95
'
77
130
18
67
159
214
56
145
163
1S1
76
180
12
30
95
45
31
13S Vi
197
465
88
68
40
77
66
290
130
. 95
170
S4
26
25
53
33
141
153
115
20
31
67
89
64
73
143
138,
198
46
87
92
96
194
37
134
91
47
97
228
120
91
95
26
95
25
64
37
99
64
118
30
50
113
144
94
115
86
60
107
39-
105
96
39
20
44
260
92
164
17
24
' Boston Stock Quotations.
Reported ovnr private wires of Horn-
blower & Weeks, members of New
York and Boston Stock Exchanges.
New Haven office, 27 Center street.
Adventure . . .
Allouez
Arcadian ....
Atlantic .....
Bingham ....
Boston Cons. .
Calu. & Hecla
Centennial ...
Copper Range
Daly West.....
Franklin .. . ; .
Grant y
Greene
.Isle Royal....
Mass. Cons...
Mohawk
North Butte..
Old Dominion.
Osceola ......
Parrot .
Qulncy ,.
Shannon
Tamarack ....
Trinity
U. S. Mining. . .
Utah Cons
United Copper.
Am. Ag. Chem.
do pfd . ...
Am. Telephone.
Swift & Co
United Shoe...
do pfd . ...
United Fruit...
New Haven....
36
3
18:
32
23
74
. 28
f 19
'. 56
. 86
. 36
.102
. 32
35
3
?
30
2.1
73
27
18
50
84
3rJ
100
32
.7 7
10
58
58
69
9
65
56
6S
6
36
3
17
,32
; 23
6S0
22
73
15
15
12
23
19
7
67
P
102
32
9S
7
87
9
57
58
62
S3
93
134
37
3
18
33
23
690
23
74
l(i
15
12
28
19
7
68
87
3S
32
99
7
100
10
58
69
. 62
29
94
134
104 104 104 105
80 79 80 80
30 80
105 106 105 10U
197 198
LOCAL STOCK QUOTATIONS.
. Furnlshod by Kimberly. Root & Day.
Bankers and Brokers, 133 Orange
Bank Stocks.
Par. Bid. Asked.
s;veet.
City Bank 100 i48
First National 100 175
Mechanics . 60 67
Merchants .... .... P0 67
Nat. New Haven ... 100 198
New Haven County. 10 18
Nat. Tradesmens .... 10 S0
Second National .... 100 198
Yale National 100 136
New Haven Trust 100 125
People's Bank&Trust 100 102
Union Trust 100 140
It
Railroad Stocks.
Par. Bid.
Ifitiattctal.
iros. 4 Co.
STOCK."
BONDS
COTTON
GRAIN
Blinkers and brokers.
30 BROAD ST., NEW YORK.
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LIVERPOOL COTTON ASSOCIATION.
EDW. B. EAMES, Mgr.
NEW HAVEN BRANCH,
33 CENTER STREET.
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in iS; -.
Capital and Surplus $720,000.00.
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881 State St., corner ot Wttuter St.
F. S: Bvitterwor&
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Orders executed upon
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y Exchange Building.
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i-nsaiee.
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Of Toairautda and North Tiuwuta
a, i. -Suburbs
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Members ot New York and Boston Stock Exchanges '
No. G3 State Street,
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NEW YORK.
New Haven Office, 27 Center Street.
, Telephone 34a ,
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Showing the mala lines and Important branches of the
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' Our equipment is adapted
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ted for the handling of Mer
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a e.
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Bankers
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Investment Securities,
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INVESTMENT
BONDS
INVESTMENTS.
We offer an excellent line
of high grade Bonds and
Mortgages nettiug from 4
to 6 per cent., many of which
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Send for our list of securi
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BANKERS AND BROKERS,
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Bought arid Sold.
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810 Chapel Street.
4! lOrange St., New Haven, Conn.
Asked.
Boston & Albany..., 100
B. & N. Y. A. L. pfd. . 100
Conn. Ry & Light... 100
H. & Conn. West 100
N. London Northern. iOO
N. Y.. N. H. & H 100
West Shore 25
253
112
60
60
213
196
81
,255
51
198
Miscellaneous Stocks.
far. Bid.
Asked.
Adams Express ..... 100 240 (49
American Brass .... 100 115 120
Am. Hardware 100 .. 10S
Consol. Elec, Me 10 7
Cous. Rolling 100 8
Edison, Boston 100 244 246
lulernntional Silver.. 100 . 10
do pfd 100 50 52
New Haven Gas 25 61 1 52
New Haven Water.. B0 108 110
Peck, Stow & Wilcox 25 62 66
Security Insurance... 40
Swift & Co 100 104 4 105',!
Telephones
N. Y. & N. J 100 145 150
Ches. & Pot 100 60 62
S. N. E 100 140 143
United Illuminating. 100 162 ..
Ex-div.
Railroad
Bond
311
Ai"kei
Coaaolldnted Stock Rsobans;.
Reported over private w!r by W. H.
Hratth Co., tl Kroadway. N. Y.; ew
Haven office 140 Chapel street. Nnr
tnfcn A. Tanner. Mnnagar.
Open. Hlth. Low. Lst.
Amal. Copper
Am. Car
Am. Loco
P7
36
68
30214
38
60
96ii
68
lf2
38
60 ii
Bridgeport Trao 5s. 1923.. 109
Bristol Tramway 4s, 1945. 100
Conn., Ry 4s, 1955 98
Consolidated Ry 4s, 1954.. 88
Conn. Ry 4's 1955 9S
Conn. Ry 4s, 1956, guar.. 100
Cons. Ry deb, 1930
Conn. R. & L. 4s. 1951.. 101
Dan. & Nor. 4s, 1955
V. & N. 5s. 1925 115
Dan. & Nor. 4s. 1955 106
Dan. & Bethel 6s, 1514.. 100
Harlm & P. C 4s. 181.. 101
do 4s, 1954
Hart ft Conn W. 4s, 1923 104
llousatcnlo 4s. 1910 iuu
do 5s, 1937 124H
Mer. & Comi). 6s. 1928.... 10
Meriden St. 5. 1924 111 11S
Naugatuck 48, 1954 109
Northampton 6s, 1909 105 ..
do. 5s(, 1911 104
N. H. & Center s. 1933.-.. lit
y- 11. & Derby 5s, 191S
112
99
9S
8",
100
90
102
105
X0
104
120
in
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Investment Broilers.
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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.
BRIEF
ESTABLISHED IS7
W.B.Smith4Co.
Stock & Grain Brokers
tl BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Members N. X. Con. Stock Exchaasa,
Cbicago Board of Trade.
NEW HAVEN OFF1CE1I
24 Center Street.
liORUAN A. TANNER, Mrft
Stocks. Bonds, Grain and Cotton
boogtit and sold for cask or carried oa
margin- Private wtre connectlnaT oat
uflice wltli New York.,
XKLErilOXB 141.
MERCANTILE SAFE
DEPOSIT COMPANY.
rUBJWSRES A COHVEftlEira
A2VD SECURE PLACE FOB
TEE DEPOSIT OF YOUR SB.
CCRIT1ES AND VALUABLES,
72 CHURCH STREET,
Safety of Principal combined
with a good return is still af
forded the investor on well
secured bonds issued'at a low
rate per mile.
DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ON
APPLICATION.
F. J. LISMAN & CO.
Members N. Y. Stock Exchange.
30 Broad St., New York City.
404 CONNECTICUT MUTUAL BUILD
ING, HARTFORD, CONN.
169 EAST JACKSON BOULEVARD,
CHICAGO.
LAND TITLE & TRUST BUILDING,
PHILADELPHIA.
The Union Trust Go
NEW HAVES.
CHARTERED by the State of Con
necticut with authority to act as
Kxecutor, Administrator, Guardian, Re
ceiver, or Trustee, under will or deed.
Is legal depository of money paid
into uuuri aim jjuuub irusc Funds.
Acts as Trustee for Municipalities. Cor
porations and Individuals, and admin
isters trusts of all kinds. EmDowered
to aot as registrar of stocks, bonds or
other evidence of indebtedness, manag-e
sinning luiitio, aim uu ctn uusiness suca
as usually cone oy trust companies.
It also does a general banking bus.
mess, collecting cnecKs, notes, coupons,
and receives deposits. The principal of
each trust Is Invested by Itself and kept
separate and apart from the general
assets or tne company.
This Company Is by law regularly
nmined by the bank examiner of the
State of Connecticut.
HKRV L. HOTCHKIS. President..
EUGENE S. BRISTOL. Treasurer.
Bonds 5 StocKsi
Consolidated Hallway 4's. ' '
N. Y., N. II. & H. R. R. 4's.
N. II. ADcrby II. It. B'a of 1918.
Winchester Ave. 6'a of 1913.
Hotisatontc R. R. 5s of 1937.
Internntlnii.il Silver 6' of 1948.
International Silver Debentures.
Mllllkln Bros. Co., 1st fl's of 1921.
New Slllfoid Water Power 1st B's.
ALSO SMALL LOTS OF
N. H. Gas Light. N. II. County Bank.
KIMBERLY. ROOT I DAY,
Tel. 1109. v 133 Orange Street.
Private wire New Tork and Boston.
MINING
NEWS BUREAU
ISSUED DAILY
All the news of the mines and the min
ing mantei oampie copies tree on re-puest.
TONOPAH
GOLDFIELD
BULLFROG
are featured In thla service,
CATLIN & POWELL CO..
35 Wall St., New YorK.
branch omen
Booty Hclellan 6 Co.,
' BANKERS AJTD BROKERS,
C7 Broadway, New York.
MEMBERS OF
New York Stock Exchange
fnaaaaMHaeM "
Bonds and Stocks
Bought and sold oa conunlssioa, foe cash
or carried margin i also Cattoa.
Grata and Pro Tin leas.
Investment Securities
A VKCIAI.Ttf.
"Jew Barea Branca, aad 81 Ccataf 3tt
IL C. WARREN & CO.,
BANKERS
Dealers in Investment
Securities.
108 ORANGE STREET.
THE NATIONAL .
TRADESMENS BANK
Invites attention to Its excellent
facilities for the transaction of, a
general banking business and so
licits, accounts. ..:
DEPOSITS SECURED BY
Capital .... $300,000
Stockholder's Liability, ...$300,000
Surplus Profits... .... '..$300,000
$900,000
Circular letters of credit In Pounds
Sterling, V. S. Dollars, Marks
and Francs. - .- -
International Travelers" Checks
Available Everywhere.
Foreign Exchange. Cable Trans
fers. Correspondents throughout
the world.
r
luce & IMi
Bankers and Brokers,
No. 52 Broadway, New York,
1 5 Center Street, New Haven
Members N.Y. Stock Exchange, Produca
Exchange, and Chicago Board of Trade.
C. B. BOLMER,
Manager New Haven Branch. '
ALL CLASSES OF RAILWAT!
STOCKS AND BONDS, ALSO GRAIN,
f ROVISIONS and COTTON BOUGH'S
AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Connected by Private Wira with Now;
Tork, Boe ton and Chicago.
Investment Securities
The Successful Business man ?
Attributes Ills flnnnolnl Inile- T
pendenee tn a lnrjte degree to E
the earefnl management of his
bankins; business.
We sollelt your account.
Conservative Mnnngreftient,
Modern Facilities nnd Prompt
Careful Attention to our Client's
Interests, have made The New
Haven Trust Company nn Insti
tution wisely chosen for your
funds.
Interest pnld on eertiflcntes ot
deposit.
TWNEWR&rENf
t'sus' company
40 Church St.,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Security Insurance Ca
of New Hnvea.
Cash Assets Jan. 1, 1000, (1300,310.00
OFFICE 37 CENTER fTREET, .
DIRECTORS.
Charles a Leete, Chas. E. Curtis
James D. Dewell, E. O. Stoddard
Joel A. Sperry, WilliamR. Tyler.
6. E, Merwln. John T. Mansoo.
John W. Ailing. H. C Fuller.
Charles H. Nettleton. .
CHARLES & LEETE. J. D. DEWELIj
President. Vice President
H. & FULLER, VICTOR ROTH
Secretary. Ass't Secretary,

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