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TOO CHAPEL STREET.
Mr
4 per cent is paid on Savings Accounts.
We also pay a small rate of interest on
Checking Accounts.
Open all Saturday Evenings. .
STOCK MARKET FEATURES
BULLS HAPPIER YESTERDAY
f
THAN I OR WEEKS.
First Real Indication of Higher Prices
for Some Time -Amalgamated Copper
Lifted About Four Points Nlplsslng
Rises Rapidly Also Union Padflc No
Laggard Strength of Atchison.
The stock market broke out of its
dullness yesterday and much bullish
ness was displayed..
It was a good all' round recovery
and b?ars rushed to cover.
Sentiment was much more cheerful,
not only here but in the foreign mark
els. Undoubtedly there has been oversell
ing of stocks during the period when
pool liquidation and absence of sub
stantial support gave the bear cliques
their advantage. !A quick rally was to
he expected Just as soon aa the money
situation showel definite signs iof Im
provement, as It did yesterday, the re
newal rate dropping to 6 per cent.
Amalgamated Copper was naturally
a leader. It had made but little re
sponse to its dividend increase to 8 per
cent., and a rise was expected as soon
as conditions favored, tapecially as
copper metal has risen from 18 cents a
pound last spring to 24 cents to-day.
The 5 point rise In Nipisslng the pat
few days and the 15 pound advance in
Trinity stock in Boston are illustrative
of the copper situation.
The market closed strong and In
good motion, with Copper at the hich
. est' in Ave years, selling at 120.
. The short Interest did some lively
cwerinc iii a few shares, but the ma
jor art of the advance was due to
new buying for a tuni by the specu
lative element.
London was a moderate buyer here,
but the foreign contingent soon took
profits, the trading being entirely of
an arbitrage nature.
The scarcity of stocks that always
appears when the market suddenly
becomes strpng, after a week speli.was
a factor in bidding up prices.
The foreign exchange market made
further efforts yesterday to adjust it
self to the changed money conditions
here and abroad.
The opinion among brokerage houses
was that the markeV ought to do bet
ter for a wb'le slmplv because it had
been weak so Ions and that the ease
In money furnished the proper incen
tive. For the first time since Tuesday, No
vember 27, call money yesterday fail
ed to go ab-iut 6 per cent.
The market had to take a great deal
of Amalgamated at 116 3-4 and 116 7-8
hefore it jumped across 117. The stock
was well absorbed.
The. late news from Chicago report
ing the possibility of a general railroad
strike had no effect on the market.
The price of 120 'for Amalgamated
Copper yesterday is the highest for the
stock since 3.591.
That 75,000 shares of Union Pacific
changed hands on Thursday within a
range of 3-4 points, between 177 1-4
and 178, was assumed on the market
to mean that insiders were supporting
it and taking most of what came onto
the market. If anybody had wanted
to sell 75,000 shares the price would,
under ordinary 'circumstances, have
broken violently. Both long and short
sales we9 -well taken.
The best buying !n the Hill ."Securi
ties these days Is in the Great 'North
ern ore Certificates. These are regard
ed as a srime investment by the Hill
people and , worth purchasing at any
time their sell under 90.
The significant thing about the trad-'
lhg of St Paul was the small amount
that came out on the sharp rally of
2 1-4 points 150 1-4- It totaled on
on 6,500 shares, Indicating, apparently,
that the floating supply in the street Is
.small.. '
The rer.awal rate of 5 1-2 per cent,
for demand loans was the lowest re
newal basis accepted by the New York
banks since November 27 last, and
while loans were made for 6 per cent,
most of the fresh accommodation was
arranged at 5 1-2 and 6 per cent. This
decline influenced a Tower ranrje for
time loans, which were made on a
basis of 6 per cent, for sixty days, as
'against 6 1-2 per cent, on Thursday,
"While the Union Pacific-Southern
Pacific investigation was under way
Wall street was reading the Novem
' ber exports of these roads and discuss
ing the extraordinary characte? of that
of Southern Pacific. This road showed
a gross gain of $1,606,019, the larjrest
Increase ever made by any company
except the Pennsylvania. The remark
able feature was that net was $1,210,
000 higher than last year. Union Pa
cific also saved most of the gross in
crease 'of $537,000. It was operated at
61 per cent, and Southern Pacific at 56.
The two features of the curb ware
another sharp rise in Nipisslng to
15 1-8, or about 95 per cent, of the par
(Continued on Twelfth Page.)
developments, tvas an Important ele
ment in the day's buying. The pro
nounced relaxation In the money mar
ket was the underlying ground for the
advance. Funds on call were In appar
ent abundance and the rate did not get
over G per cent., with the ruling rate
for the day below chat. The forces
which have brought about this condi
tion promise to continue active for
some time to come. The consequence
was to allay much of the apprehension
which has been felt that no actual ease
in the money market could be counted
upon .for the spring period. The large
projects which have been undertaken
and for which It is important that the
market should show absorptive power
are regarded as assurance of effective
leadership in any market campaign.
The estimates o the week's currency
movement make it evident that a sub
stantial Inflow from the interior to New
York has set in and is likely to be ex
tended, in view of the seasonable sub
sidence ot requirements for movement
of the crqps. Foreign money markets
themselves continued to relax.
These developments were of decisive
effect on speculative sentiment. Mat
ters which have been regarded lately
with concern were ignored. Union Pa
ciflc was one of the strongest and most
active ttocks on the list, in spite of the
beginning cf tiie inquiry by the inter
state commerce commission into the re
lations of the Harrlman properties:
with .1 vUw to discover possible conflict
with the law. There was an aggressive
recovery in the Hill stocks, although
the postponement of the closing of the
books for subscriptions to the new
stock issue was witness of the reality
of the obstacle to the new issue of the
state of Minnesota's legal process. The
large gains in the net earnings of the
Southern Pacific and the Union Pacific
for November helped those stocks',
Other railroad reports showed by con
trast the iievere effect on net earnings
of the growth of operating expenses
No difficulty was found in absorbing
the sales to take'proflts on the day, and
the closing tone was buoyant and . very
active, '
Bonds were Arm. Total sales par
value $2,550,000. . .
United States bonds were unchanged
on call.
Del. Lack & West 550
Den. & Rio Grande pfd .. 81,
Dls. Sec. Co 74 -H
Erie 43Vj
do 1st pfd 75
do 2d pfd C314
Gen. Electric 1C0
Hock. Valley
do pfd 91
111. Central 169
Inter. Met 25
Inter. Paper IS
do pfd SOi
Iowa Central 28
K. C. Ft. S. & M. pfd ..... 78M.
Kan. City Southern 30
do pfd 60
Lake F.rle & West 28
Louis. & Nash 144
Man. Elevated 142
Mex. Central
Mo. Pacific S2
Nat'l. Hiscuit 79
Nat'l. Lead 74
N. Y. Air Brake 189
N. Y. Cent. & Hudson ....133
N. Y. Chi. ft St. Louis 62
N. Y. & New Haven 189
N. Y. Ont. & V.'est 47
Nor. & West. 92
do tfd SS
North American 89
Northen Pacific 187
rac. muu
Penn. R. R 139
Peoples" Gas 9ti
Pressed S. C 54 i
do pfd SK
Pullman P. C ISO
Reading 136
Uo 1st Btd KS
Rep. Iron & Steel 40";i
uo ptcl Itni
Rock Island 29
do nfd (!4ii
Sloss Sheffield 75 V
Southern Railway 38 '4
(iii pin in
Southern Pacific 'j.tsj
do utd 111)1,
St. L. & Southwestern ... Hu
do Dfd . 511 K
Tenn. Coal & Iron 161 .
Third Avenue 120
Tex. & Pacific 36
T. St. L. West 33i,i
do pfd 52
Twin City R. T 107 Vi
Union Bug & Paper 7
'do pfd en
Union Pacific .; 180'i
do pfd 93
IT. S. Kxpress 112
U. S. R. & Improv 90 VI
U. S. Rubber 50
do 1st pfd 107 !4
U. S. Stacl 49 "A
do pfd 105
do sink fd 5 p c bds . . 98
Wabash 18 'i
do pfd 37
Wells-Kargo Ex 2K5
Western Onion 83
Wheeling & Lake Erie ... 16
do 2d pfd 22
Wis. Central 25
do pfd , 50
A f.TF IORK STOCK MARKET.
On the New York Stook Exchange,. re-
ported by Prlnse & Whitely, Bank
ers and Brokers, 52 , Broadway, New
York, and 15 Center street, New
Haven. Conn.
, , . New York, Jan? 4.
. Ope'n. High. Low. Close.
Atrial, Copper ,116
Am. Car ........ 43
Am. Cotton OH. 30
Am. Loco 78
Am. Smolter .xdl49
Am. Sugar ....134
Am. Woolen .. 32
i A. T. & S. Fe...l05
I do pfd .... 99
i Balti. & Ohio.. 120
B. R. T 79
'Canadian P. ..194
! Cent. Ltlther . 35
do Dfd ...100i
Ches. & Ohio.. 56
C. & Gt. W. 17
C. M. & St. P..148
C. & Northwest.201
C. F. & Iron ... 52
Del. & Hudson. 222
Erie ; 42
do 1st pfd... 74
Gen. Electrio .160
Gt. North, pfd.. 185
111. Central ....17L
Inter. Met. -. ... 86
do pfd 73
L. & Nashville .143
M. K. & T. pfd. 72
Mo. Pao. ...... 91
N. Y. C. & W...132
N. Y. O. & W... 47
Nor. & West. ... 91
Northern P. ...184
Pan. Mil ...... 39 .
Penn '...1384
Pen. Gas . : 98,
Reading . ..
do 1st pfd
Rep. I. & S.
do pfd ,-. .
Rock Island .
do pfd ...
Southern P. .
Southern Ry. ..'32
do pfd .... 94
T. C. & 1 1C0 .
Tex. & Pac 35
120
44
31
, 74
152
106
,100
121
80
195
35?
100
56
17
150
204
54
, 225
75
160
18S
171
36
75
144 4
72
pi 1.4
138
'47
92
188
40
139
1)5
133 136
9(1 90
99 41
97 98
.7 nrtiV
64 'A
3
63
9:
33
94
162 "
56
U. S. Rubber ..50 Bl
do pfd ....107 107
U. B. Steel .,..'48 '49
do pfd ....104 105
Wabash pfd .... 82 37
116
43
30
73
149
134
32
105
99
120
J9
193
35
99
55
17
148
201
52
222
42
.74
159
185
171
35
:73
143
72
91
132
.47
91
184
39
138
98
3.33
90
39
17
29
68
92
32
94
160
35
B2
107
48
104
32
119
44
31
74
152
185 .
33
106
100
121
80
195
85
100
56
17
150
203
54
225
43
1 5
159
387
171
36
73
144
72
92
133
47
92
185
40
139
98
186
90
40
9S
2'
61
93
82
94
162
36
51 '
107
49
37
Closing Prices.
The following the the closing prices
reported by Prince & Whttely,
Bankers Mid Brokers, 25 Broadway,
New York, and 15 Center .street, New
Haven.
New' York, Jan. 4.
Bid. Asked.
YESTERVAV'S STOCK MARKET
Sensational Advances After n Week ot
Drifting; Sentiment.
New York, Jan. 4. After a week of
drifting sentiment substantial advances
to-day resulted from the general dis
position to buy stocks. The demand
was quite varied and affected the list
throughout, although there was a
marked favor still shown for stocks
which have long held the foremoBt
place in trading. A hesitating short
interest, which has been added to dur
ing the week, encouraged by the lack
of response in the market to favorable
Adams Express 290
Atrial. Copper 119
Jin. Car 44
do pfd ,...101
Am. Cotton Oil 31
do pfd 88
Am. Express 235
Am. Hide Sc lea. pfd 9
Am. Ice Sec 87
Am. Linseed'... 17
do pfd 36
Am. Loco. 73
do pfd 108
Am. niiu'uer
do pfd
Am. Sugar .., 135
do pfd 131
Am. Woolen 33
Anaconda Copper 287
Atflh. Tor- & Santa Fe 106
do pfd t)
Atlnntlc Coast Line 132
Haiti. & Ohio 121
do pfd 92
Bay Stato Tlas
B'klyn. R. T 79
B'klyn. U. G 109
Brunswick 14
Canada Southern 63
Canadian Pacific 195
Cent. Leather 35
do' pfd . 100
Cent of New Jersey 235
Ches. & Ohio 55
Chi. & Alton 26 :
do pfd 07
Chi. & E. Illinois pfd ....120
Chi. & Gt. West 17
do A pfd 71
Chi. Mil. & St. P 150
do pfd .164
Chi. & Northwest. ......... .202
C. R. I. & P. C. 4 p c bds. . 76
Chi. St. P. M. & Omaha... 165
Chi Term. Trans n
do pfd 22
C. C. C. & St. L 91
CoU Fuel & Iron ..,.' 64
Col. Southern :t6
Del. & Hudson 224
302
120
44
101
31
91
240
30
87
18
4 0
74
3 10
152 Vi
116 (4
135"
333
34
!S8
106
100
132
121
93
80
118
16
65
195
35
1 00
220
56
28
70 .
150
17
73
151
164
203
& 77
175
12
29
91
54
37
226
535 '
84
74
46
75
66
161
126
94
171
31
18
81
28
SO
30
32
144
143
27
80
74
140
133
63
390
47
92
90 y.
89'
1SS
40
139
9S
55
99
181
136
91
40
98
29
65 .
76
33
94
94
117
25
61
Hi
36
34 '
53
107
8
61
180
94
120
90
51
107
105
98
39
38
SOS
8 1
17
23
26
53
do 3s, 1954
N. Y. & N. E. 4s. Z946 100
N. Y. & N. E. 6s. 1945 ...
N.Y., Prov. & Bos 4s 1942 103
Shore Line 4s. 1910 101
Wor. i C S. 4. 1948..
Hisceilnneons Bonaa,
Sid.
Adams Express 4s, 1947
Boston Elec 6s, 1908 104
Branforf; L. & W. Be. 1MT. 107
Inter. Sliver oeb 6e, 18113.. so
do 1st 6s, 1948 107
Mlddletown, 8.CS, 1901 .... 100
N. H. Gas con. 4s, 1910-15 ..
N. H. Water con 4s, 1910-15
N. H. City Park 3s 94
N. H. City Pain; luo
N. H. Sewer 4s, 3914 102
N.H. City Bridge 8s
N. L. Gas & E. 1st 5s, 1927 104
New Mil. Water per,1932.. ..
N. L. Garf. 6s. 1929 101
S. N. E. Tel 5s, 1848
Swift & Co. 5s, 1914
United 111, 4s, 1910 ..
Ex-interest.
92
105
120
100
Aalici.
102
9J
108
177
171
101
107
105
115
102
97
The National Savings Bank
145 Orange St., New Haven, Ct.
Assets
Assets over Liabilities,
.$3,53S,435.T5
. 21)0,305.77
There's a Sense of Security
'In knowing one's money is deposited in a good bank,
THE YALE NATIONAL BANK
Temporary Location, 281 State St.
HORNBLOWER & WEEKS
- Members of New York nn d Boston Stock Exchange.
No. B3 Stats Stiwst,
SOSTOIf
If. 1M Brondirar
NEW YORK.
Boston Stock Quotations.
Reported over private Wires ff Horn
blower & Weeks, members of ths
New Yoik and Boston Stoek 'Ex
changes, New Haveti office, ."7 Center
street,
Boston, Jan. 4.
High. Low Bid. Afked.
Adventure . .
Allouez
Arcadian . .
Atlantic
Bingham . .
Boston Cons. .
Cal. & Hecia..
Centennial . ..
Cop. Range . .
Daly West. . . .
Franklin . .
Greene . .....
Isle Koyal ....
Mass Cons. . . .
Mohawk . . . .
Nev. Cons. . . .
North Butte ..
Old Dominion
Osceola
Parrot
Qulncy
Shannon . ....
Tamarack
Trinity
U. S. Mining .
Utah Cons. . .
1'n. Copper ...
Am. T. & T. .,
Swift & Co. ..
Un. Shoe
do pfd . . .
Un. Fruit ....
New Haven ..
Mass Gas
cnmb. & Ely .
Black Mt
5
68
J
63
13 12
. 16 35
, 36 33
. 33 38
.900 895
. 44 42
. 87 85
. 19 19
. 27 28
.32 82
. 32 ' 29
,. 8 8 -.
84 84 '
.'19 18
.119 116
. 59 56 '....
.164 158
. 34 30
.115 115
. 19 19
.123 119
. 89 32 .
, 69 68
.60 4
. V4Vi 74
6 5
65 66
13 13
15 36
84 84
82 33
896 800
42 43
87 87
-26 . 27
33. 83
30 31
8 -8
84 85
18 39
118 118
67
161
33
362
69
.190
64
69
190
63
115 ,
19 1U
3 23 3 25 "
88 38
68 69
65 : 66 .
133 138'
112
68 68
28 29
107 JOS
63 63
12 32
10 10
Cotton S'orket. -
Reported by Dick Bros. & Co., mem
berg of the New Stock and Cottot)
Exchanges. Branch office No. 31
Center street.
New York, Jan. 24.
High Low Lns.
Jan.
Mar.
May
July
946
975
.986
965
939
963 '
975
9S5
939
974
988
995
LOCAL SECCIUT'ES;
Quotations received from Klmberly.
Root & Day, Investment Brokers, 133
Orange street, New Haven, Conn.:
, Par. Bid. Asked.
City'Bank' 100 146
ltrst National luo 175
Mechanics .. .. 1 50 66 ,.
Merchants 50 b7 71
Nat. New Haven f... 100 3 97
Now Haven County 10 17 19
National TradesmenB 300 380
Second National 100 397
Yale National 100 138
New Haven Trust.... 1C J2
People's B. & Trust.. 100 102 .
Union Trust 100 160
Railroad Itoeka.
tu. Bid. Asktl
Boston & Albany ... 100 238 240"
B. & N. Y. A. L pf... 100 109
Conn. Ry & Light 100 .. 71
Danbury & Bethel .. 25 15
II. & Conn. West 100 49 50
N. U Northern 100 211 ..'
N. Y., N. H. & H 100 190 192
West Shore 25 83 ..
Ulsesllaneona Btotka.
Par. Bid. Aski
Adams Express ....,200 275 310
American Brass 100 130
Am. Hardware 100 115 " 118
Cons. Rolling 100 3 6
Edison, Boston 100 225 230
Inter. Silver pf 100 49 61
do pfd -100 49 61
New Haven Gas .... 26 49 60
New Haven Water. . . 50 106
Peck, Stow & Wilcox 25 58 69
Security Insurance... 25 42
Swift & Co 100 109 111"
Telephones
N. Y. & N. J 100 120 125
Ches. & Potomac. 1 00 63 68
S. N. E. 100 115
Railroad flocd
Bid. AdkaJL
Berkshire St Ry Ka 1922.. 105 107
Bridgeport Trao. 5s, 1923.. 107 111
Bristol Tramway 4, 1945 100 .
Conn. Ry & Lt 4s,1951.. 101 102
Cons. Ry 4s, 1955., 96 37
Cor.s. Ry 4s. 1956, guar... .100 llk.
Cons. Ry deb. 1980 g
D. & N 4h, 1955 104
Dan. & Bethel 6s, 1914.... 101
Harlem & P. C, 4s. 191,.. 101)
do 4s, 1954 104
Hart. & Con. W. 4, 1923. 103
Housatonlo 4S. 1910 .109 .,
do 6s, 1937 116 120
Mer. & Comp. 6s, 1928... 106 109
Meriden Street, 5s, 1924 110
Naugatuck 4s, 196t j)(
Northampton 6s, 1909..... 104
do 5s. 1911 103 104
N. H. Cent. 5s, 1933 M "
N. H. & Derby 6s. 1918.... UT
N. H. & W. H. 5s, 1912... 104 105
N H. Street 6s, 1913 104'i 105
New Lon. St.' 5s, 1923 106
N. L. Northern 4s. 1910... 100
N.Y..N.H. & H. deb 4s, 1903 190
N.Y., N.H. & H 48, 1914.. .. 102
N. Y. & N. H. 8s, 1947 92
N.Y..NH. & H. 4? 1947... 101
N. Y. & N. H. con 3, 1956 . . 112U
N.Y., N.H. & H. 4s. 1955... 101 103
New Haven Office, 27 Center Street.
Tslepaoa Ml ' -
FRANK D. WETMORE, Manager.
INVESTMENT SECURITIES JETTING 4 TO 5!
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
The officers of The National Savings
Bank have recommended that the div
idend on Jan 1st, 1907 be paid at the
rate of 4 per cent, per annum upon all
deposits up to and including $.1,000.00, i
and at the rate ol 6 per cent, per an
num on the excess of deposits over
$1,000.00.
Deposits made on ,or before the 10th
of January w'll draw interest from the
first day of January.
BRANCH OFFICE
BoGJciGlai! & Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
27 Broadway, New York.
MEJIBERS OF
New York Stock Exchange.
Bonds and Stocks
Bought and sold on commission for cuslt
or curriud on marielu) also Cotton,
Grain and Provisions.
Investment Securities
A SPECIALTY.
Ncit Haven Branch, 29 and 31 Center St.
THE-
lew KavenSavings Dank
. No. 170 Orange Cor Court.
37th Consecutlva
, Ssmi -Annual Dividend
The Trustees have declared a dividend
for the six: months ending' December
31st, 1906, on all 'deposits entitled
thereto at the rate ot v
Four PerCent,
per annum on all sums from $1.00 fo
$1,000.00 and at the rate of 3 per cent,
per annum on any excess of 1, 000.00.
Deposits made In this bunk on or be
fore January 10th, 1907, will draw in
terest from January 1st.
ROBKRT A. BROW N, Treasurer.
JAMES S. HEMINGWAY,
Assistant Treasurer,
MINING
News Bureau
ISSUED DAILY
All the news of the mines and the mln
ingt market. Sample copies free on re
quest. TONOPAH
GOLDFIELD
BULLFROG
are featured lh this service,
CATLIN & POWELL CO.,
35 Wall St.. NewYorK.
II. C. WARREN & CO.,
BANKERS
Dealers in Investment
Securities
. 108 ORANGE ST.
James H, Parish & Co.,
succeeding
NEWTON & PARISH.
Stocks end Bonds
Dealers in Investment Securities
86 Orange Street
Connecticut SavingsBank
S3 Chnrcli St., tor. Center St.,
NEW HAVEN.
Assets j . 1 0.03 1.74ri.TS
Surplus 750,000.00
President Rurton Mansfield.
Vice President Henry F. English.
Treasurer Elliott H. Morse.
Asst. Treasurer Eusrene A. Beecher.
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
The Trustees of the Connecticut Sav
ings Dunk have recommended that the
Dividend on January lb, 1907, be paid
at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum, on
all deposits entitled thereto, up to and
including (11,000, and at the rate of 3
per cent, per annum on tse excets of
all deposits over $1,000.
dl3 2w
DICK BROS. CO
-r m m straw m m. 'uwi nmw m aanr -w
January Investments
Iligli grnde Honda anil Stocks of
Standard Railroad and Public Utility
Companies, ottered to yield from 3.6a
per cent, 6 per cent., rendy tor im
medinte or future delivery.
TlB 0188. 1 StlUlll C3
INVESTMENT BROKERS,
103 Orange St.
James B. Smith
INVESTMENT
BONDS
BANKERS AND BROKERS, 30 BROAD ST., NEW YORK.
JVeiv Tort Stock Eicnaac.
Mew York Cotton Exchangt.
New Orleans Cotton Exchange.
KCTMnERS.
Philadelphia Stock Exchange.
Serf York Coffee Excltanse.
Chicago Board of Trade.
Associate Members Liver pool CottoB tCicbacgt, . Stocks,
Bands, Conor, Oraln and Coll . ',
EDWARD B. EAMES, Mgr.
NEW HAVEN BHAUCK, 13 CENTER STREHT,
January List of Bonds and Stocks
for Investment
furnis'hed upon application.
YME are prepared to take charge of the invest
' ' merit of funds for individuals or estates.
RDERS executed upon the New York, Chicago,
Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore
Exchanges for a single commission of 18 of 1.
Investment
E S. Buttetwotth & Co;, SS
LXCHANCB BUILDING,
IELEl'HaNBS 3100-3101'
Private Wires.
THE WALLACE H. HOPKINS GO.
STOCKS, BONDS and HIGH CLASS MINING ; SECURITIES
708 Borland Building, 181 La Salle Street, v:
- Chicago, Illinois. ' . f
PRIVATE WIRES, r
MILWAUKEE, WIS. ISHPEMING, MICn
GREEN BAY, WIS. SHEBOYGAN, WIS. . ESCANABA, MICH.
We are offering for public subscription 100,000 shares of the cnnltn stock
(1,000,000 shnres) of the NEVADA, GREEN WATER MINING, MILLING AND
SMELTING COMPANY at put, iffi.OO per slinre. : '
Our Knatlneers and Attorney have thorousfly investigated all properties
nnl leases held by this company, and know thr.t the properties are anions
the most valuable In Nevada nnd California, and thnt the titles are perfect.
The Nevada, Greenwater Mining, Milling and Smelting Co. Is the consoli
dation of several properties of recognized value. The charter is most liberal,
nnd beside the Mining feature the Company will ulso engage in the Smelting
nnd Milling business on an extensive scale.
We have InhiumI mi elnbornte prospectus Riving every detail us to organi
sation nnd the odlcerlng and directorate of the Company, which we will be
very Rind to mall to all Interested. AVe solicit correspondence,
The National
Tradesmens Bank
Of New Haven, Conn.
00 ORANGE STREET,
All legitimate business re
quirements' are met by AMPLE
' RESOURCES and COMPLETE
MODERN FACILITIES.
WILLIAM T. FIELDS, President.
ROBKRT A. BROWN, Vice Pres.
FRF.D K C. BURROUGHS, Cash.
FRANK B. FRISBIE, Ass't Cash.
-
Price & Wnite t
j
Bankers and Brokers,
No. 52 Broadway, New York,
AND
15 Center Street, New Haven
Member N.T- Btock Exchange, Produca
Kxcban&re, and Cblearo Board of Trade.
C. B. BOLMER.
Manarer New Haven Branch.
ALL CLASSJEa 07 RAILWAY
STOCKS AND BONDS, ALSO ORA1N,
PROVISIONS and COTTON BOUGHT
AND BOLD ON COMMISSION.
Investment Securities
DO YOU POSSESS
VALUABLES?
If you do, yon should store
them where they are secure
The Safe Deposit Vaults of the
New Haven Trust Company nrc
Fire nnd Iturrlor Proof nnd
afford you Absolute Protection
for yonr Jewels, silverware, se
curities, vnluable pnpers, etc.
Safe Deposit Boxes to rent at
reasonable rates,
T?f HEIST HAVEH fm
tusT eoMPAHr
40 Church St.,
NEW HAVEN,, CONN.
NEW fJAVEN
County
National Bank:
317 STATE STREE1.
ESTABLISH BD UM,
Capital,, . . $350,000
Surplus and Profits, $3500G0
TBI! BANK OFFERS TO DB
rosrrons kvert facil-
KTT rOH BUSINESS AND INVITO
TEE ACCOUNT! or CORPORA
TIONS, FlUXa, AND INDIVID.
L'ALa,
EZEKIEL G. STODDARD,
Pxwsldaala
HORATIO G REDFiELD,
Caalilsn
.WILLIAM G. REDFIELD,
141 Orange St, New Haven, Conn
C. E. Thompson & Sons
Bankers and Brokers .
Investment Securities
810 Chapel Street
Securities for Sal?. ,
New Haven W'uter Co. Stocks.
Colonial Henlty Co. (I per cent. Prefer
red Stock. i
Roekvllle, Broad Brook and Kant
AVindsor Street Ry. 5 per cent. Bonds.
Ciuiirnnteed by the Hartford and
Springfleld Street Railway Co.
Sandusky, Fremont and Southern First
Moi'tcntce r l'r vent. Bonds, (inarnn
teed by the Lake Shore Electric Ry.
Co.
New Haven First Mortgage 5 and 0
per cent. Real Estate Loans.
Lorn as &, Nettle ton
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
137 ORANGE STREET
Security Insurance Co.
of New Haven. .,
Cash Aaseta Jan. 1, 1000, fl.SflS.MS.OS
, OFFICE: 37 CENTER STREET. '
DIRECTORS,
Charles S. Leete,
Joel A. Bpeiry,
8. E. Merwin.
John W. Alline,'
Chas. E. Curtis,
John W. Ailing,
Jpresislent.
II. C Fuller, .
Secretary.
R Q. Stoddard. '
William K. yrier. '
John I. .JJ'ansoiV .. .
H. C. Puller.
Charles H. Nett.ltnn.;J
Cbartos E. Curtis,
Yicd-Presidc"
Victor Roth,
Ass't Secretarj
INSURANCE
THAT INSURES;
North's Agency has been sailing In
surance In New Haven for over Aft
year
Our best friends are those with whom
we nave adjusted losses during that
period.
Moral Insure with North. Offlce firsts
building north ot Poet Office.
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SECURITIES FOR SALE'
South. New England Telephone Stock.
New Haven Gas Light Co. Stock. .
New Haven Water Co. g
Winchester Ave. Bs' of 1012.
Conn. Ilnllwny A Light. 4's of 1031.
N. Y., N. II. & H. R. n. Conv. 3V4s.
Mllllkln tiros. 1st 6's. 1U21.
International Sliver O's, 1948 1
N. H. Gas Light, Convertibles.
Conn; R'wny 4M-. 1951, Not Stamped. '
MBERLY, ROOT & DAK,
Tel. llll. . US Orange Street.
Private vrlrs New York and Boston,
The Union Trust Co
. .l .,: WOW HAVEN.
QHARTER1SD by the Stats of Con
necticut with authority to act aa
executor. 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-
fioratlons nnd Individuals, and admin
eters trusts of all kinds. Empowered
to uct as registra. of stocks, bonds or
other evidence of Indebtedness, manajr
sinking funds, and do all business suea
as usually dine by trust companies.
It also does a general banking bus.
Inees, collecting checks, note'), coupons,
and receives deposits. The principal of
each trust is invested by itself and kept
separate and apart from the general
atP'-is of the Company.
This Company Is by le v regularly e-
amtned by the bank examiner of the
Btate of Connecticut.
F1SNRY L. HOTCHKISS, President.,
BTCTGBKS BRISTOL. Tmuam
The New Year
brings many changes.
Should yon be intending to make new
or additional arrangements for the
transaction of your banking business
for the coming year, you nre cordially
invited to make use of our facilities,
which will be found entirely adequato
for your needs.
THE MERCHANTS i
NATIONAL BANK j
276 Stnte Street.
fp. Wooster St

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