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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY MAY, 25 1906'
7 799 Chapel St. COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS. W Invite rotur check account and offe r In return Interest on your depos SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. 4 pet cent. Interest la paid on savings deposits. OPEN SAT VK DAY EVENINGS. STOCK MARKET FEATURES HARD COA, STOCKS SHOWED MVCH STMSSOTB. Reading Booms Again With Dig Deal ings In It Lacakawanna Goes to 500 General List Strong Gossip. i The strength Of the hard coalers was a marked feature of the stock market yesterday,' and Beading boomed again. Nearly 50 per cent, of the day's busi ness was In Reading. At noon It made 150,000 shares of a total or 350.000. The stock had the benefit of several master manipulators. It was regarded a cour ageous thing to lift the price after the poor Jersey Central earnings and on the eye of an, unfavorable statement by Beading Itself. Philadelphia is very ,btlltsh oii Reading, a natural condition since people there have it at much higher prices. .. . Every market; indication points to lack of support by the Rogers-Rockefeller interest's-in Amalgamated. Flow er & Co. bid the stock above 108, and Boston tried to help It on tile strength of the trade position. It -was the first to fall away and lose its gain. Anacon da went With It. The wealthy specula tors in that stock find it hard to keep the price up. ;' The strength of Tennessee Coal, which rose about two points, was attributed to efforts of the shorts to cover. Accord ing to common report, there is a con siderable bear account still out. Lackawanna sold from B50 to 557, back to 550 and up to 557 and 660. "Let no day pass without a record," is the jtiotto of the manipulators. A leading banking firm wag credited with putting in most of the early buy ing orders in Union Pacific and Penn sylvanla, .the idea being that open buy ing from that source would encourage others to do likewise, Trading was fully as professional as it has been.,- ' The tendency of money to grow firm er and a recovery In wheat had. a re straining influence. The rise of a point In Erie preferred shares followed the Continued bull talk on the common.: .The preferred Issues are Still semi-speculative, but there is enough of V.surplus to warrant their continuance, , and, as they yield 6 to 5 3-4 per cent, the risk Is considered good. . , The sub-treasury paid out $1,470,000 on telegraphic transfers from San Fran cisco. Most of this represented the for warding of gold received from Australia aild consigned to ft local Institution. The City bank, -which got $1,000,000 of this money, returned it to the sub-treasury in payment of recent advances against bonds. , The crop situation was much improv ed, as the rainfall which began Tues day spread over a good section of the belt. The promise now is for one of the largest crops on record, provided there is none of the June floods which have caused Touch damage the past two years. . (RECITAL AT TREAT & SHBPARD CO Miss Edith Moxom Gray's Recital En ' joyed Large Attendance. The recital at. Treat & Shepard Co. last evening was an enjoyable one There was a. very large attendance and all present enjoyed the extraordinary and entertaining programme. The play ing of Edith Moxom Gray was excel lent. The beautiful newMathushek grand piano was used. The programme fol lows: Concerto (In the Italian style) ....Bach Allegro anlmato. Sonata-Op. 7. Beethoven Allegro ma, non troppo. Allegro asffai. Des Abends Schumann GrlHen . '. '. Schumann Rhapsodie In O minor Brahm3 "Midsummer" MacDowell "Day In. Autumn" MacDowell a. Danse (first time In America) ........ .i Debussy b. La Soiree dans Grenadae ..Debussy Preludes Op. 23, Nos. 1 and 2.. Chopin Scherzo -B minor Chopin BLUE3 HELD TARGET PRACTICE. The Blues spent yesterday at the slate rifle range In Foxon and followed out the regular routine of drills and tfrget. practices. The range is located one mile north of the oW stone churcn in East Haven on High street. It occupies about 140 acres of fine level ground and is about three ii fiftvrs of a mile long by about a quarter of a mile wide. Wdnfldejf evening about thirty members of 'the company went to the ravge and spent the night there under their shelter halves. Dinner was serv ed In the regulation camp at noon yes terday. The arrived in New Haven about 7 o'clock. C1IANOF. IX FClIfDULE For Steamr Richard Peck on Decora tion Dtty. On Decoration day, Wednesday, May 30, the schesduleof the steamer Richard Peck will be as follows: From New York leave Pier 20, East River, foot of Peck slip, at 9:30 in the morning, instead of at 2:45 in the aft ernoon, due New Haven at 2:30 p. m. From New Haven the Peck will leave at 4:30 p. m. Instead of at 12:45 mid night. ' . 1 tzitlUiAX'b STOCK MAliKtT A Revery from Wednesday's Declines. New York, May fc3. Prices made a tecovtry on the stock exchange to-day from yesterday's declines on a dimin ished volume of business compared with that of yesterday. The narrow and constant fluctuations In prices is con vincing evidence of the highly profes sional nature of the dealings, and the conviction is general in the Wall street district that there is an almost total abstention from stock operations by all but the professional element. .Another significant Indication of the profession al character of the market is the shift ing views professed of the same faots as to their effect on market conditions and as motives for buying or selling stocks. . , Yesterday much of the selline was ac companied by expressions of uneasiness over me etiect upon puollo reeling to wards securities caused hv the innulrv into the coal carriers and, the possibility mat iurtner- revelations. o grafting practices will follow the-extension of the inquiry to other railroads and to other lines of traffic. To-uay the stocks immediately affected by this investiga tion were conspicuous in the rise, and the view was promulgated that the ex posure of graft among officials of these companies gives assurance of abolish ing the abuse and of doing away with the losses presumably involved for the corporations through favoritism to in dividual snippers. An advantage to tho stocks was al leged to be promised in this way. There was also considerable discussion of the expressed gratification by the president of the Reading that his com pany was undefiled by graft practices. Reading and the coalers were made the level for propping the market and lift ing prices to a higher level. The move ment spread, to other points, however, and traders who went short yesterday were generally inclined to cover to-day. There was general satisfaction express ed over the tranquil manner In which the resumption of banking was' affect ed In San Francisco, and confidence was expressed tjiat early return to cash to New Tork banks would follow. The transfer through the sub-treasury to day of nearly $1,500,000 from San Fran cisco to New Tork was not without ef fect on sentiment, although that amount of gold was received in San Francisco yesterday from. Australia and the lar gest part of to-day's transfer was known definitely to be In course of re mittance of this gold to the bank here which engaged it in Australia. (Jail money rose again during the day Jwlth an affect of admonition of the re- suits to be expected from occasional syndicate requirements. Installment of subscriptions for Baltimore and Ohio new stock and tor .Delaware and Hud son convertible bonds due to-morrow were the cases in point to-day. A good effect was produced on sentiment by the report of wage advances to New Eng land cotton operatives, trices reacted to some extent during the afternoon, but rose again to the best of the day tinder the influence of the Reading: movement, and the closing was strong and quite active. Bonds were Irregrular. Total sales. par. value, $2,i55,ooo. united (States ! new fours -resristered declined ptfr cent, and the coupon per cent, on the last can. KEW TORE. STOCK MAJlKtT On the New Tork Btoatt Bxchane. reported by Prince ti Whltely, Banker nd Brokers. It 3roadway, New Tork, and If Center strt, :(ew Haven, Conn. Odco. Hl.h Low. Close Amal. Copper ...107 108 107 108 Am. (jar ....... iu 41 4 4U Am. Coton Oil.. bl 31 31 31 Am. Loco. ..... 68 69 68 65 &i Ain. Smel. .,,.,15S 153 152 153- Am. Sugar 131135 134 135 A. T. & 8. Fc.. . .10 m any .106 108 .88 89' P.. & O 106 108 Bklyn. R. T. .. M 81 80 y4 SIM; Cent, ot N. .7. Cent. Leather Ches. & Ohio. ...2118 239 238 239 41 42 41 42 68 69 18 19 167 169 58 59 18 18 C. & Ot. vv. .., C. M. & St. V 167 168 C. &Norlhw?st.201 203 200 203 C. F. & Iron ... 61 62 51 61 :on uas lattft 137 ihb 137 Canadian P. ...159 159 159 159 Del. Hudson ...213 215 21215 D. L. & W. 650 560 650 660 Erie 44 46 44 46 do 1st pfd.1. 78 79 78 79 Gen. Electric ..167 1G7 167 167 111. Central ....173 173 178 173 Louis. & Nash.. 143 145 143 145 M. K. & T. pfd.. 67 67 67 67 Mo. Pac 1. 93 94 93 94 N. Y. C. &H 138 139 138 138 N. Y. O. & W... 50 52 60 62 Nor. & West.'.... 88 89 88 89 Pac. Mail .... 89 39 39 39 Penn 132 133 132 13? Reading . ." . ." .133 138' "133 138 do 1st pfd.. 92 92 92 92 Rep. I. & Steel.. 27 27 27 27 do pfd ..; 102 102 102 102 Rock Island ... 26 25 25 25 do pfd 64 64 64 64 Southern P. .... 64 65 64 65 Southern Ry. . 87 88 37 38 do pfd 100 100 100 100 T. C. & Iron ...149 147 149 151 T. &PaeWc .... 31 31 31 f.1 Union Pac. ....148 149 147 149 U. B. Rubber... 60 50 60 60 U. .S Stel 40 40 40 40 do pfd 105 105 106 105 Wabash pfd ... 46 47 46 47 West. Union .. 92 92 92 92 W., L. Erie...... 17 .17 17 17 Closing Frlcnn. The tollowlnr are tho closing prices reported by Prlnoe & Whltely. Bankers d1 Brokers. IS Broadway. New York, ana 19 Center street. New Haven: Bid Asked Adams Express 240 256 Amal. Copper 1011 108 Am. Car 41 do pfd 101 102 Am. Cotton Oil 31 32 do pfd '...."..........." 89 93 Am., Express 215 225 Am. Ice Securities 61 63 Am. Linseed ,. 18 20 do pfd 39 40 Am. Locomotive .'68 69 do pfd 114 115 Am. Smel 153 153 do pfd 118 118 Am. Sugar 135 135 flo pfd 185 138 Anaconda Copper 268 269 Atch. Top. & Santa Fe.... 89 89 do pfd 102 103 Baltimore & Ohio. , 108 108 od pfd 93 96 Bay Stato Gas Bklyn. U. 0 123 128 Canada Southern 68 69 Cent, of New Jersey ...,.238 24C Ches. & Ohio 59 59 Chicago & E. Illinois pfd. 128 135 Chicago & Gt. Western ... J 8 19 do A pfd 76 77 Chi. Mil. & At. Paul 168 168 do pfd 180 181 Chi. & Northwestern 203 204 C. R. I. & P. Coll 4 p c bds 78 78 Chi. St. P.. M. & Omaha ..175 180 Chicago Term. Trans 11 12 do pfd 28 30 C, C, C. & St. L. 96 98 Col. Fuel V Iron ......... 61 51 Consolidated Gas 136 9i Del. Lack. & Western ....555 Denver & Rio Grande pfd. 86 Distillers Sec. Corp 64 Erie 46 do 1st pfd 79 do 2d pfd 71 ' General Electric 167 Gt. Northern Railway pfd.289 do pfd 95 Illinois Cnetral 173 Internajlonal Paper 19 do pfd 85 Iowa Central 26 K. C. Ft. 8. & M. pfd 8014 Kansas City Southern ... 26 do pfd 63 Lake Erie & Western .... 82 Louisville & Nashville ...145 Manhattan Elevated 162 Met. St. Ralway 112 Mexican Central 22 Mo. Kan. & Texas 34 do pfd 67 Mo. Pacific 94 National Biscuit 64 National Lead 76 N. Y. Air Brake 146 N. Y. Cent. & Hudson 18874 N. Y. & New Haven 196 Norfolk & Western 89 do pfd 90 Northe American 96 Paciac Mall S. S 89 187 550 87 64 44 80 71 167 300 6 173 19 86 27 81 27 63 87 146 164 113 22 ' 34 69 94 64 76 147 139 197 89 91 96 40 133 92 230 138 92 99 28 102 ' 26 64 38 100 65 U9 46 . 21 64 151 32 31 50 118 ii 149 95 50 109 40 106 98 21 47 260 93 162 18 24 25 50 Penn. R. R 132 Peoplos' Gas 91 Pullman Palace Car 225 Reading 137 do 1st pfd 92 do 2 dpfd 95 Rep. Iron & Steel 27 do pfd 102 Rock Island 25 do pfd ...u: 64 .. Southern R'way Com. ..... 38 . do pfd 99 Southern Pacific 65 do pfd ...'..118 St. L. &, San' Fran. 2d pfd. 44 St. L. & Southwestern ... 21 do pfd ., 64 Tenn. Coal & Iron 161 Texas & Faciilc 31 Tol. St. Louis & Western.., 30 do pfd 49 Twin City R. T 116 Union Bas & Paper 9 do pfd 70 Union Pacific 149 do pfd 94 U. S. Rubber 50 do 1st pfd 109 U. S. Steel 40 do pfd 10S do sink fund 5 p c bds 8 Wabash .. 21 do pfd 47 Wells-Fargo Epress 250 Western Union 92i Westlnghouse Electrical ..158 Wheeling & Lake Erie,... 17 do 2d pfd 2 Wisconsin Central 24 do pfd bu Cotton Mnrkct. Reported by t)lclc Bros. Sr Co., mem. bers of New York Stock and Cotton Exchanges. Branch office, S3 Center Street! Hiph Low Last 1138 1181 1138 1118 1107 1114 1090 108 1090 1070 1066 1070 1064 1065 1063 1065 1065 1004 1068 1069 1068 May July. Augr. Sept. Oct. Pec. Jan. Chicago Market. Reported over private wire by W. B. Smith & Co., 71 Broadway, N. T., Haven office, 24 Center Street, Nor man A. Tanner, Manager. Chicago, March 3. Open. 'High. Low. Close. Oats July. . Sept. . Wheat July. . Sept. .. Corn. July. . Sept 81 ' 80 47 47 33 31 83 81 48 48 33 32 Sl 70 47 47 82 31 83 81 47 47 33 32 Government Bonds. Bid. Asked. 2s, ' regr.; 1930'. i ...... . .'. .'.103 2s, coup., 1930.. 103 is. rcg., 1908 ........108 3s, coup., 1908.. , 104 3s, small bonds ..103 4s, reg.,: 1907....'.... w.... 108 K 4s, coup., 1V07 103 4s, rcg., 1921 130 4s, coup., 192S 131 D. C. 3s, 65s 119 Philippine 49 109 103 104 104 1041 108 104 131 13V ' 110 Boston Stock Quotuflons. Reported ovirr private wire of Horn- blower & Weeks, members of New York and Boston Stock Exchanges, New Haven orfneo, 27 Center street. Open. Hiih. Low. List. AUouez 88 39 3 3 13 13 13 34 34 35 25 25 26 685 690 23 24 7 - 76 76 16 17 17 17 18 12 12 13 27 27 27 .19 20 8 8 65 65 92 92 92 40 40 41 109 109 110 27 27 27 99 100 8 8 9 101 105 Arcadian Atlantic 13 Bingham 84 Boston Cons 26 Calu. & Hecla.. Centennial Copper Range. . 76 Daly West . Franklin 17 Granby 12 Greene 27 Isle Royal Mobs. Cons Mohawk 65 North Butte 92 Old Dominion... 40 Osceola 109 Parrot 27 Quincy Shannon 8 Tamarack James B. Smith INVESTMENT BONDS 411 Orange St, New Haven, Conn. If Bankers and Brokers, No. 52 Broadway, New .York, AND 15 Center Street, New Haven Members N.Y- Stock Excbanf , Produce Exchange, aad Chicago Board of Trade. C. B. BOLMER, Manager New Haven Branch. ALL CLASSES 07 RAILWAY STOCKS AND 20NBS. ALSO GRAIN, PROVISIONS and COTTON BOUGHT AND BOLD ON COMMISSION. Connected by Private Wire with New York, Boston and Chicago- Investment. Securities Trinity .... 9 " 9 ' 9 9 Utah Cons 61l 61 61 62 United Copper.. 64 64 64 64 Wolverine 135 136 Am. Ag. Chem.. 25 25 do pfd 95 96 Am. Telephone.. 137 137 Swift & Co 106' 107 United Shoe.... 80 79 80 80 do pfd 30 30 30 30 United Fruit.... Ill 110 110 110 Dick Bros. 4 Co. "btocks cotton bonds grain Bankers and Brokers, SO BROAD ST, NEW YORK. MEMBERS! NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE!, NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE, NEW YORK COFFEE EXCHANGE, NEW ORLEANS COTTON EXCHANGE. PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE. CHICAGO BOARD OB" TRADE, LIVERPOOL COTTON ASSOCIATION. EDW. B. EAMES, Mgr. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 33 CENTER STREET, MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY. rVBJKISHHS A CONVENIENT and sectrb place! fob tub deposit op your sb. CTjRITIEJ and valuables. 7.2 CHURCH S fKXET, Niagara Light, Heat and Power Company Ot Tonanaada and North Tenamanlij M. Y. Suburbs of Buffalo, N. T. 1st (. 8 m ecat Bond, da Sftil Special circular on n tiplloatlon. JAIESH.PAEISH&00 Baceeedlna Newton A Parish, INVESTMENT BANKERS, M OlUf Street. Nan.lUvca, Conn, EJ-fARMsn-Kn 1S7H. W.B.Smith4Co. Stock & Grain Brokers . Tl BROADWAY. NEW YORK. , Members If. Y. Con. Stock Hxcaajis Chicago Board of Trade. HEW HAVUN OPFlCBl 24 Center i Street. KOEStAP A. 7AJKMER, HS(W Stocks, Bond, Grain and Cotton bought nnd sold for cask or carried on ansrsin. Private wlro eonneatlnir oat Office with New York.. x lELBPUONU lOtiU ". TheChas. W. ScrantonCo. Investment Brokers. 103 ORANGE STREET. LLts of Securities for Sa'e furnished upon application. The Union Trust Go KEW HAVEN. CHARTEHKD by the State of Con necticut with authority to act as li.xccutor, Administrator, Guardian, Re ceiver, or Trustee, under will or deed Is legal depository of money paid Into Court and public Trust Funds. Acts as Trustee for Municipalities. Cor porations and individuals, and admin isters trusts of all kinds. Empowered to act as registrar of stocks, bonds or other evidence of Indebtedness, manage sinking funds, and do all business such as usually done by trust companies. It also aoes a general Dan King bus iness, collecting checks, notes, coupon and receives deposits. The principal t each trust is invested by itself and kept separate and apart from the general assets or me company. This Company is by law regularly ex amined by the bank examiner of the State of Connecticut. ItKNRY L. HOTCHKISS. President.. EUGENE S. BIUSTOL. Treasurer. INSURANCE THAT INSURES. North's Agency has been sailing In surance In New Haven for over fifty years. Our best' friends are those with whom we hare adjusted losses during that period. Moral Insure with North. Office first building north of Post Office. THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK Considerate treatment and conservative but progressive methods make satisfied de positors. On this basis we invite your account. 278 State St., Dead of Wooster St AN ACCOUNT With This Bank, which was established in 1853, and which enjoys government protection, will prove a valu able help to you in conducting business. Your funds secured by. our Capital of $500,000 and Resources of $2,000,000. Your account invited. THE YALE NATIONAL BANK. TEMPORARY LOCATION 281 State St, corner of Wootter St. F. S. Butterworth & Co. Brokers. : Local Securities Dealt In. Bonds Yielding from 4-20 to 5.20. : . ,.i u ., ; Orders executed upon New York Stock Exchange, ; Private Wires. Telephones 3100-3101., Exchange Building.' " ' : HORNBLOWER & WEEKS Members of New York nn d Boston Stock Exchanges " N B?L" J"'1' "0 Broodway DOS I ON NEW YORK. ' New Haven Office, 27 Center Street, Telephone Z43 FRANK D. WETMORE, Manager. INVESTMENT SECURITIES NETTING 4 TO 5 $100,000 New London Marine Iron Vorks Co. 1st Mortgage 6 per cent 30 Year Gold Bonds. " Dated April 2, 1906.' Interest payable Apr. 1 and Oct. 1. The New London Marine Iron Works Co. was organized to succeed to the prop erty and, business o the Morgan .Iron Works of New Londqn, Conn. The plant is located on the west bank of the Thames river, and owns 5 acres of land, piers and water front, the value of which alone ex ceeds the mortgage debt of $150,000. ..' We. recommend the bonds as a perfectly safe, NON-TAXABLE 6 per cent, invest ment, likely to appreciate in value.. Price and special circular on application. H, C. Warren & flEW HAVEN County . National Bank: Si7 STATE SI REEL ESTABLISH ED US4, Capital, $359,090 Surplus nnd 1'roflts, 350,000 T' IBIS BANK OFFEI19 TO DB FOSITORS EVERT FACHU ITT rOR BVHJfESS AND INVITES THE ACUOVNT1 OIT CORPORA TIONS. tt-IRHS. AND INDIVID UALS. EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, Fraddenta HORATIO G REDFIELD, Cuhler. WILLIAM G. REDFIELD. , BRA1TCH OFFICE Booify, llclellan & Co., BANKERS AND BROKERS, OT Brondnnr, New Tern. UEUBERS OF New York Stock Exchange Bonds and Stocks Doosht nnd cold on cosunlealon toe one or carried on margins Cotton, Grain and Provisions, Investment Securities A SPEClALTf. New Havea Branch, 39 and SI Crates St, Co, BANKERS. I 108 Orange St. C. E. Thompson J Sons and Broke Investment Securities. 8 io Chapel Street, Foreign Exchange. Drafts drawn' on England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Germany, Sweden, Russia, Italy, and all parts of the world at lowest rates. Lomas & Nettleton, I BANKERS AND BROKERS. 117 Orang Street THE NATIONAL TRADESMEN BANK Invites attention to its excellent acllltles for the transaction of a general banking business and so licits accounts. DEPOSITS SECURED BY Capital ...$300,000 Stockholder's Liability, ...$300,005 Surplus Profits ....$300,000 $900,00t Circular letters of credit in Pounds Sterling, U. S. Dollars, Marks and Francs. International Travelers' Checks Available Everywhere. Foreign Exchange. Cable Trans fers. Correspondents throughout ' the world. JTitietrlaitiKUtils, New White City Opens Saturday, May 26. Darcy & Speck, Managers. Be first to see NEW FEATURES. POLI'S NEW THEATER ALL THIS WEEK BRINDEMOUR Hnnd-Cua Klngr. Cnrleton Mnccy and Edna M. Hall. Howard and North. POLI POPULAR PRICES. Baseball To-day BRIDGEPORT vs. NEW HAVEN Savin Rock Grounds. 3:45 P. .M. Uriels. The Waumbek and Cottages White Mountains, will open for the at Jefferson, New Hampshire, in the 1906mer season on June twenty-eighth. A. J. MCRrHY, Also Manager. LAUREL HOUSE Lakcwood. N. J. October to June. HOTEL GARDE Opnoalte Union Depot, NEW UAVEST, CO.VN. Connecticut's Largest Hotel American Plan gtrlctlj Try on of the Cafe Boulevard's DINNERZ3G REAL GERMAN KITCHEN. 67-69 Orange St. The H0F-BR4U HAUS. baa a Sign class . GERMAN KITCHEN' and tne following fnntoaa FOUR IMPORTED BEERS Bnrirer Bran Pllaea ' ' Hunchenor Hof-Braa, Nnrnberger Tncbcr Brno, Wnrabursrer Burster lira a. Enough Said J MINING NEWS BUREAU ISSUED n'All V All the news of the mines and the min ing mar&ui ouinpie cupies Iree On re puest, TONOPAH uuu.ur inuu BULLFROG are featured in this service. CATLIN & POWELL CO., 35 Wall St., NewYorR. Bonds s StocKs. Consolidated Rnilwny 4's. N. V.. N. H. & H. It. R. 4'm. Winchester Ave. 5' ot 1012. Hoiisntonie R. R. 5's of 1037. Internntionnl Silver 6' of 1048. ,i Intcrntitlonnl Silver Debenture. MlUlkin Bros. Co. 1st 6's of 1021. New Billfold Water Power 1st 5's. ALSO SMALL LOTS OP N. H. Gas LlRht. N. H. County Bank, Hart. & Conn. West. It, K. KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAY, Tel. 1109. 133 Orange Street. Private wire New Tork and Boston. I Concerning Trust Funds. Integrity and jnstlce, more than Friendship, are the qnalltles de sirable In a trnstec, executor, guardian or administrator. This Institution represents the highest development of these qualities, and It Is authorised by law to net as trustee, executor, guardian and administrator. TYJ HEW KRTSS. tn KUSV COMPANY 40 Church St., NEW HAVEN, CONN.