HEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 11901
The Peoples Bank & Trust (Bo.
709 CHAPEL STREET.
Offers the advantages of a well equipped and efficient organ
ization in successful operation.
ACCOUNTS of Institutions, Trustees, Firms and Individuals are desired, and
the same care and attention is given to Small as to large deposits.
IETTEIIS OF CREDIT and Travelers' Checks.
IXTEREST ALLOWED on deposits subject to check.
AUTHORIZED to Act om Trustee Agent. Guardian, Administrator, Executor.
WE ALLOW 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
"-. Safe Deposit Boxca.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
" SnY G. Newton, Pres. FRED C BOYD, Vice Pres. R, D, MUIR. Trtaa.
ings would be had b compel E. H. Har
riman to answer questions which he
refused at the interstate commerce
hearing. The closing tone was easy.
Bonds were heavy. Total sales par
) value, $1,888,000.
United States bonds were unchang
d on call.
NOTES FROM HARTFORD.
SEWS FROM THE STATE LEGISLATURE.
Ex-Senntor II. H. Peck Visits Legisla
tureSenate Clerk Baldwin Back In
His riace Military Appropriation
Bill Taltlcd State Grant Asked to
Fight Gypsy Moth.
SEW TORK STOCK MARKET.
Reported over private wires of Prince
& Whitely, members of the new
York and Boston Stock Exchanges,
New York office 52 Broadway and 16
Center street New Haven Conn.
New York,. April, 9.
High. Low Bid. Asked.
conditions will be made this afternoon.
The Chicago bull crowd "has made the
most of the bug damage stories and
drought in the southwest, but less 'bias
ed people do not think that the dam
age has been more than normal. Kan
sas predictions are for bumper crop.
Hartford, April 10. The Hon. H. H.
Peck, of Waterbury, who was a mem
ber of the senate from tiie Fifteenth
district two years agb, was at the cap- j
ltol this afternoon, making calls on old
friends In the senate. Senator Peck s
one of the most popular men ,in his
section of the state and public-spirited
in every sense of the word. He is lib
eral in supporting the interests of his
city and has given generously towards
the "Waterbury hospital. Mr. Peck's
successor in the Fifteenth district is
also a liberal supporter of the Water
bury hospital. The two men have giv
en the Institution $50,000. Ex-Senator
Peck's visit this afternoon was thor
oughly enjoyable, and he was received
on all sides with wholesome good will.
Senate Clerk Alfred C. Baldwin was
in his place for the first time in ten
days at toe opening of the session this
noon. He had not fully recovered, but
was able to take up the duties of the
-clerkship with his customary energy.
The house chairman of the commit
tee on public health and safety, George
H. Knight, of Salisbury, who was ab
sent from the house last week on ac
count of sickness, was in his seat this
morning. The public health and safety
committee has a number of bills in the
house which will be taken up as soon
as Representative Knight's condition
will admit of his discussing them,
v. The Hon. Allan W. Paige, wiio was
the senate loader two years ago, has
been in Dayton, O., for the past two
weeks, attending to business interests
In that city, where he represents ex
tensive trolley holdings. Ex-Senator
Paige has not been in the capltol more
than two or three times this winter.
Much of the time he has been out of
the state in connection with business
At the request of Senator" McGovern
the bill making appropriation for mili
tary expenses for the two years ending
September 30, 1909, was tabled for the
present. This bill appropriates up
wards of $400,000 for the two years.'
Two years ago the appropriation for
the insurance department was $67,000,
'On the recommendation of Commis
sioner Upson the amount rias been re
duced to $62,100 for tho two years end
ing September 30, 1909. This will limit
Commissioner Macdonald's expendi
tures in the department by the amount
that has been cut off, the senate pass
ing the appropriation this afternoon
Commissioner Upson was represented
as saying that the reduction of $5,000
was justified by the experiences of the
department during tfoe last two years,
The insurance committee, Senator
Blakeslee, of New Haven, chairman,
will report a bill this week relating to
the refunding of taxes that have been
overpaid by New York life Insurance
companies to the Connecticut depart
ment. The bill is a mutual agreement
between the departments of insurance
in New York and Connecticut, and pro
" vldes that the refunding to New York
companies shall be kept pace with by
refunding from the New York depart
ment to t6e Connecticut cpmpanies
which have overpaid taxes to New
Professor Britten, of the Connecticut
experiment station at New Haven, was
at the capltol this afternoon in the in
terest of the appropriation for suppress
sion of the gypsy moth in the state.
The sum of $1,000 Is needed at the out
set for engaging in work at Stonington,
where tiie gypsy moth is located. The
sum of $10,000 may be needed during
the two years. The appropriation com
mittee has not decided on the amount
that is to be recommended. It is un
derstood by Professor Britton that
Senator McGovern, the chairman of the
appropriations committee, is opposed to
making any appropriation for gypsy
After a poor start the United States
Steel shares made a very strong show
ing. The common was bid up by Hal
stead & Hodgea. At 38 the shorts be
gan to be uneasy. There are known to
be large stop loss orders at 40. Pro
fessionals sold in the March decline on
the idea that iron and steel would be
quick, to show a reaction after the big
shrinkage in securitites and the cessa
tion of railroad work. But no definite
trade change has occurred. Orders un
filled are 8,000,000 tons and the March
quarter will show $40,000,000 net earn
ings. There is still some belief that the
Morgan interests favor an increase in
Amal. Copper . 96 98 V4 96 96
Am. Car 36 38 36 37
Am. Cot., Oil .. 31 31 31 Vs 30ft
Am. Loco 65 65 65
do Dfd ...107 107 107 107
Am. Smelter ..133 1384 132 Ms 1361
Am. sugar ....lauft 121 10
Am. Woolen ... 31 31 30ft 30ft
T. & S. Fe. . 96 97 96 96
do pfd .... 95 95 95 95
B. & O 10114 101ft 101 101
Bklyn. R. T. .. 60ft 63ft 60ft 61
Canadian P. ..176ft 177 175ft 176ft
Cent Ot JN. J. IDS) IS!) ISO
Ches. & Ohio.
& Gt. W. .
C. M. & St. P.
Chi & North.
C. C. & St. L. 72
C. F & Iron ... 37
Con ,Gas . ..... .130
Del. & Hudson.185
do 1st Dfd . 59
Gen. Electric ..150
It is now possible to borrow for thir
ty and sixty days under 4 per cent,
Over the year loans, on half Industrials,
were quoted at 5 1-4 per cent. Call
money was 2 per cent. Standard Oil
banks are making it very easy for the
borrower; too. easy some persons think.
They are undoubtedly creating as fav
orable a sentiment regarding the money
situation as. they can in order to inftu
ence the stock market and to allow
their allied corporations to put out new
note and bond issue to advantage.
Although Amalgamated Copper has
rallied twenty , points from Its low
March level there is a feeling about
that it has not done as well as It
should. For an 8 per cent, high class
industrial to hold under par suggests
seme unwholesome trade conditions,
The metal Is nominally 26 cents, but
consumers are more cautious than ever
and not willing to pay the premiums
for delivery in June or July they once
There has been a steady reduction in
the daily offerings on balance for for
eign account. Yesterday sales and pur
chases about balanced. Some arbitra
geurs thought the purchases might
have predominated. At all events
looks as though the foreign liquidation
had been completed. The settlement
showed a small account in Americans
and good profits from the last making
High. Low." Bid. Aike,'.
Allouez .. ..
Arcadian . ..
Bingham .. .
Cop. Range .
Daly West. .
Franklin .. .
Isle Royal . ..
North Butte .
Quincy . .
Shannon . ...
Tamarack . .
Utah Cons. ..
Un. Copper ..
Am. T. & T. .
Swift & Co. .
Un. Shoe com.
do pfd .
Mass. Gas ..
, 3ft 3Vi 3ft
55 55 55
7 7 7
, 20 20 20
, 83 82 82
, 16 Vi 1 16ft
. nu, 17ft 17
, 17 ft 17 17
. 201, 20 20
. 92 91 92
. 56 55 50
,143 143 143
.122 122 122
. 18 18 18
.110 no 110
. 21 20 21
. 62 62 62
. 64 64 64
123 122ft 123
..105 105ft 105
. el 01 oi
28 28' 28
.109 inSft 109
.175 175 175
. 62 63. 62
31 31 31
41ft 41 41
14 13 13
13Sft 136 136ft
153 150 150
73 72 73
3S 36 ft 36
130 . 130 .
69 54 ft
Gt. North, pfd. .137ft 140 137 .
111. Central ....149 149 149
Inter. Met 26ft 27 26
do pfd 61 61 60
Louis. & Nash. 120 120 118 318
M. K. & T. pfd. 66 66 66 66
Mo. Pneillc 77 77 76 76
N. Y. C. & H. .120 120 119 119
N. Y. O. & W... 38 39 38 38
Northern P., ..136 138 136 136
... 20 29 29 29
...127 127 126 ft 126 ft
. .. 92 94 92 95
..111ft 113 110 1110
... 30 30 29ft 29ft
. .. S 87 86 86 ft
. .. 61',
Peo. Gas . . .
Reading . .
Rep. I. & S.
do pld ..
Rock Island .
do pfd . .
clo pra . .
T. C. & Iron
Reported by Dick Bros. & Co., num
bers of the Ne' York Stock ana
Cotton Exchanges. Branch office
No. 32 Center street. New Haver
Conn. New York, April, 9.
; High. Low Last.
combined with conservative management and
courteous treatment makes this bank a desira
ble depository for either active or inactive ac
counts. THE YALE NATIONAL BANK
745 Chapel Street.
BANKERS AND BROKERS, SO EROAO ST., NEW KOFI
'THE PRIMHOSE PATH."
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, ,25c.
Seats now selling.
Friday and Saturday, Apr. 12-13
The ew MuhIciiI Comedy.
Under the direction of Sam S. and
Lee Shubert (Inc.) By Stanislaus
Stenge & Reginald DeKoven. Staged
by R. H. Burnside.
Prices Eve., $1.50, $1.00, 75c,' 50c, 25c
Mat., $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c.
Seats on Sale Wednesday.
2 3 9 2 14 22
51ft 61ft 51ft
. 85 S6ft 84 84
,. 22 22 20 21
. 70 20 67 68
.145 145 145 145
Texas & Pacino 29 29 29 29
Lnion Pacific ..141 143 140 140ft
U. S. Rubber .. 44 44 44 44
lo pfd 104 104ft 104 10ft
U. S. Steel. 37 39 37 3S
do pfd 100 101 100 100
Wabash pfd .. 26 20 26 26
West., Union .. 82 , 83 82 83
W L..E. 2d pfd. 17ft 17ft 17ft 17ft
Closing Price ft.
Reported over private wires ot Prlnoe
&. Whitely, members of thf New
York and Boston Stock Exchanges.
New York office 52 Broadway, and 15
Center street New Haven Conn.
New York, April, 9.
The upward movement yesterday
was manipulated for the purpose o
reaching the shorts who have not yet
covered but whose accounts are near
the present level, It Is expected that
stop loss orders in considerable volume
would have to be executed should Un
ion Pacific cross 145, Southern Pacific
90, St. Paul 140, Copper par or Steel
TESTERDA T'S STOCK MARKET.
"Jinx Is looking puzzled."
"Yes, he is puzzled; yeu see his life Is
insured for twenty thousand dollars,
and he was quite sick the other day,
and when he was feeling the worst he
asked his wife if she .thought his 111
liss would terminate fatally."
"And what did she reply?"
."She looked cheerful and replied that
"she had not lost hope." Houston Post.
STOCK MARKET FEATURES
TIPS FOR RISE IN SMELTERS
GIVEN BEFORE OPENING.
After n Poor Start United States Steel
Makes Strong: Showiug Question as
to Mjinlpulntion of Money Upward
Movement for Purpose of Reaching
Before the opening yesterday the
wire houses had sent out tips for a rise
in Smelters, Amalgamated Copper, St.
Paul, and Union Pacific. These origin
ated with Gates & Co. - This firm has
been very bullish for a week.
From now on the crop situation will
be reflected in the stock market. The
first government report on winter wheat
Continued Dominance of Professionals
In the Dealings.
New York, April 9. The character of
the operations in stocks to-day con
tinued to suggest the dominance of
professionals in the dealings. Trading
was conducted with signs of organiza
tion and concert and was largely con
gested in a few stocks, usually favor
ites in such operations. Complaints
from the commission houses of the
small orders for execution showed that
there was a small general participation
in the market which was much the
same as that of yesterday, except that
the advance came first followed by re
action. American Smelting was a con
spicuous feature and responded to very
positive assertions that an advance in
the dividend rate to 10 per cent, had
been determined upon. There was also
talk of a probable coming Increase in
the dividend on U. S. Steel. No au
thority could be found for these reports
The movement In Canadian Pacific
was attributed to a fresh turn against
the shorts. Much was made also of
the continued downward tendency in
money rates, both here and abroad
Discount rates declined In London
Paris and Berlin and cabled advices
from London were of a general expec
tatlon that the Bank of England will
reduce Its official discount rate this
The Imperial bank of Germany made
Its weekly return and showed moderate
recuperation from the severe strain of'
the April settlements. Nevertheless,
stocks continued to be sold here for
foreign account and the opening of a
ne waccount in the London stock mark
et revealed small commitments of
American securities, notwithstanding
the low currying rates.. The strength
was quite general in the early part of
the day and the development of mark
ed weakness in the Southern Railway
stocks came while strength was still
marked In the rest of the list. The
fall In those stocks suggested a renew
al of the kind of liquidation which was
in force la monh and aroused some dis
quietude and the whole market was not
long in responding. Conjectures that
further capital needs remained to be
met, presumably at onerous terms.made i
the only news to account for the move
ment in Southern Railway. The Eries
showed close sympathy. The effect of
the published views of several promi
nent capitalists in the prospect of trade
reaction was especially pronounced on
the class of dividend paying stocks
where the surplus of earnings leaves
the continuance of dividends precarious
in the event of reduction in earnings.
The later weakness of the market was
aggravated by reports from Washing
ton that the deposit of customs receipts
with the banks was to be discontinued
for the present and also tha proceed-
Adnms Express 280
Amalgamated Copper 96
American Car 37 ft
do pfd 98
American Cotton Oil 30
do pfd 80
American Express 205
Am. Hide & Leather pfd.. 22
American Ice Securities .. 82
American Linseed It
do pfd 30
American Locomotive .... 65
American Smelter 136
do pfd 10S
American Sugar 12(;
d opfd 123
American Woolen 80
Anaconda Copper 62ft
Atch. Top. & Santa Fe. .. 96
do pfd 95
Atlantic Coast Line 104
Balto. & Ohio - .......101
do pfd 89
Bay State Gas . ... ft
Bklvn. Rapid Transit ..... 61
Bklyn. Union Gas .112
Canada Southern 63ft
Canadian Pacific 176ft
Central Leather 30 ft .
do pfd v 95
Central of New Jersey ...190
Clies. & Ohio v............. 41
Chicago & Altdn ..... v. 16
do pta in
Chi. & E. Illinois pfd 110
Chi. & Great Western pfd. 13
do A pfd 00 ft
Chi. Mil. & St. Paul 136
do pfd 150
Chi. & Northwestern 150
C. R. I. & P. C 4 p c brls. . 72ft
C. St. P.. M. & Omaha ....138
Chicago Term Trans 5
do pfd l
C. C. C. & St. Louts .. 71 ft
Colorado Fuel & Iron .... 36ft
Colorado Southern .1 zift
Consolidated Gas 128
Delaware &- Hudson lSlift
Del. Lack. & Western ....460
Den. &Rlo Grande pfd... 75
Distillers Sec. Co 71
do 1st pfd 65
do 2d pfd ..i 3S
General Electric ..148
Great Northern pfd 137 :
Hocking aVlley 80
Illinois Central .......... 145
Inter. Metropolitan 26ft
International Paper 11
do .ifrl '. 1 '
Iowa Central . . 1 ft
K. C. Ft. S. Sr. M pfd iU
Kan. City Southern :: ft
do pfd MA
Lake Erie & Western .... 24
Louis. & Nash 118
Manhattan El '.37
Mexican Central 22ft
Mo. Kan. & Texas 37
do tifd 6
Missouri Pacific 76
National Biscuit 77
Quotations received from Klmbevly.
Root & Day, Investment Brokers, 13J
Orange street. New Haven, Conn.:
Nat. New Haven....
New Haven County.
National 1 radesnmna
New Haven Trust. ...
People's B. & Trust. .
Far. JjldL Asked
Par. Bid. Asked.
, 60 66 69
60 67 71
10 17 IS ft
100 leO ..
Boston & Albany.... 100
Conn. Ry & Light... 100
Danbury & Bethel.. 25
It. & Conn. West.... 100
N. L. Northern 100
N. Y., N. II. & II.... 100
West Shore Zt
New Tork Stock Bsrhnnge.
Mew York Cotton Exchange.
Sew Orleans Cotton Exchange.
Philadelphia Stock Kxchnnge.
Kw Tork Coffee Exchange
" Chicago, Board of Trade.
Associate Member Liver pool Cotton Excbaag. . Stocks, '
Boada, Cottoe, Grata tmd.Coff ee. ' " .
EDWARD B. E A IVIES, Mgr,
NEW HAVE UttASCR, -, ' J CENTER STREET.
HORNB LOWER &WEE KS
27 Center Street V
Transacted in all markets"--.,':.--Members
of New York and Boston SWx Exchanges
Direct Trlvate Wire.
F. D. WETMOitE, Manaser.
. .. 78
N. Y. Air Brake
N. Y. Cent, ft Hudson
N. Y. Chi & St. IiOUlB
N Y. & New Haven .
N. Y. Ont. & Western
Norfolk & Western . .
North American 75
Northern Pacific i
Pacific aMIl 28ft
Penn. R. R 126ft
Peoples' Gas 93
Pressed Steel Car 37ft
do pfd 94
Pullman Palace Car .. 166
Rail. SI eel Springs 45
do 1st pfd 86
Rep. Iron & Steel 29
do pfd 86
Rock Island 22 ft
do pfd 51ft
Southern Railway 21
do pfd 68
Southern Pacific 81ft
do pfd 116
St. Ixiuis & Southwestern. 23
do pfd 55ft
Tenn. Coal & Iron 144
Third Avnuc 110
Texiis '& Pacific 29.
T. St. L. & Western ........ 30
do pfd 43
Twin City R. T 96
Union Bag & Paper 5
do pfd .... .-' 64
Union Pacific 140ft
I". S. Express 101
IT S. R. & Improvement . . 77
U. S. Steel 38
do pfd 1110
do sink fd 5 p c bds . . 98ft
Vir. Carolina Chem 29
Wabash 14 ft
do pfd 2D ft
Wells-Fargo Express 230
Western Union 82 ft
West.. Electrical 145
Wheeling & Lake Erie ... 13
Wisconsin Central 18ft
do pfd 40
Adams Express .... 200
American Brass .... 100
Am. Hardware 100
Cons. Rolling 100
Edison, Boston 100,
In .ernatlonal Silver. 100
do. pfd . 100
New Haven Gas..... 25
New Haven Water.. 60
Peck, Stow & Wilcox 25
Security Insurance... 25
Swift & Co 100
N. 1. a in. j
Ches. & Potomac. 100
S. N. E. .
SECURITIES FOR SALE.
Lnke Shore It. It. 5 p. c. Note, 11)10.
N, Y. N. li. Jk n. U. H. O per cent. Note.
Mew lliitrn Wnter Co.
Conn. Uailnny A Light. 4y.' of 1051,
Milllkln Uroa. lat 0', 1021.
N. It. fin Mulit Convertible.
New Ilnven Wnter Co. Convert, 4'.
Intcriiiitloniil Silver. Ixt Mtjc. 0 p. C.
Sn-irt & Company B', 1014.
Intcrnnfio.ini Silver Co., Fref.
Mlilillt-tonn Sr?et llnllway Co. Rs.
N. II. County Xnt. Bunk,
KIMBERLT. ROOT & DM,
Tel. 1101. 183 Orange Slrfet
Private wire Niw Tork and Boston.
Berkshire St Ry 5s, 1923 ..
Bridgeport Trac 5s, 1923,. ..
Bristol Tramway 4. 1945 109
Conn. R. & L. Is, 1951..,. ..
Cons. Ry 4s, 19;i5 .,
Cons. Ry 4s, 1956 pilar.
Cons. Ry debs, 1930...
I). & N: 4s, 1955 ..'
Dan. & Bethel 5s, 1914.
Harlem & f. C. is. IKli
rin 4a 1964
Hart & Conn W 4s, 1923 100
liousacon.o g. 1511) ....
I do 6s, 1937
' Mer. & Comp. 5s. 192S. .
Merlden Street 6s, 1924.
Naugatuck 4s, 1954
j Northampton 6s, 1913..
I do 6s, litll
! N. H. Cent. 6s. 1933
IN. H. & Derby 5s, 1918.
N. H. & W. H. 5s. 1912. .
IN. H. Street 6s. 1913....
Now Lou. St 5s, 1923. . .
N. L. Northern 4s. 1810.,
. N.Y..N.H.& H. deb 5s, 1903 172
! N. Y N. H. & H. 4s. Ial4. . .
N. Y. & N. H. 3s, 1947 ... ..
N.Y..N.H. & H.4S, 1947
N.Y. & N.H. con 3s, 1956 ..
N. Y., N. II. & H. 43, 1955., ..
do 3s, 1954
N. Y. & ,N. E. 4a. 1945
N. Y. & N. E. 5s, 1945
N.Y.,Prov. & Bos 4s,1943
Shore Line 4s, 191C
Wor. & C. E. 4s, 1948...
II. C. WARREN & CO.,
Dealers in Investment
108 ORANGE ST.
OF NEW HAVEN.
96 Orange St.
U. 11. BUNNELL, Manager
Sntnnlny, April 15.
MATUEE AINU MGHT,
A Miislouf Comedy In Three Acts.
Direction of Thomas W. Ilylcy.
With this Splendid Cast.
JjAW ItKNCK GKOSSM1TH
VAN HEXSAEIJl,Ell WHEELEB
II EMI Y I". BOXJiiEULY
COI1AMH HI, Y THE
EDNA WALLACE HOPPER.
Beauty Sonjs Chorus of 50.
Special Ori liestrn of 2,"!.
Price Matinee Ul.fiO, 1, 7r,., DOc, 25c,
NlRht ?2, l.DO, $1, 7fic, 50c.
Scats on Sule Thursday.
Sylvester . Poll Proprteto
WEEK OF APRIL Sth.
THE STOCK COMPANY
The Moth and the Flame.
Foil's popular prices, 10c-20c-30o.
Ladles' Matinee Dally.
Gcats reserved In advance. TeL SOU,
Thursday Evening, April 15 at 8:15.
Song Recital by the distinguished teno
Sale of Scats at Steinort's, beginning
Thursday, April 11, at 10 a. m.
Seats 2Hc, 50c, 7.c and $1.00.
We give particular atten
tion to personal accounts and,
extend to depositors every
courtesy and facility.
Our reputation for prompt
ness ought to interest you.
POLI'S NEW THEATRE
ENTIRE WEEK OF APRIL 1. '
Manager Poll Presents
MR. ROBERT HILI.IARD
In "The Jinn Who Won the Pool."
Klta Bnnznl Troupe, Hatty Sims Mc
earthy, cnas. wayne & Co., AI
Carlton, the Skinny Gut. nnd
The ElectroRrnph, with a new series ot
tne always interesting Motion
Poll's Populnr Prices Prevail,
Adams Express, 4s. 1947., 100
Boston Eloc. 6s, 190S 105
Brnnford L. & W. 5s, 1937. ..
Inter. Silver deb 6s, 1933.. ..
do 1st 6s. 19 IS
Mlddletown. 8.C6. 190f
N. H. Oas con. 4s, 1910-15.
N.H.Watnr con. 43.1910-15
N. H. City Park 3s. .
N. H Swer 4S. 1914. .
N. H. City Bridge 3.i....
New Mil. Wnter pr. 1!)3Z.
N. L. Gas 6s, 1929
R. N. E. Telephone 5s. 1948
Swift & Co. 5s, 1914 100
United 111. 4s, 1940 92
Boston Stock Quotations.
Reported ever private wires o? Horn
, blower & Weeks, members of the
Nw York and Boston Stock Ex
changes, New Haven office, 87 Center
.' Street, ... . ..
Eoston, April, 9.
F. S. Butter worth
& Co. .
Private Wires to New Tork
EXCHANGE BLDG: TU3. 3100 3101
Jame? H. Parish & Co.,
NEWTON & PARISH.
Stocks and Bonds
Dealers in Investment Sec'oritie
86 Orange Street
110,000 Connecticut Ry. & hgt. Co. 4
per cent, ilontfs.
flO.000 lirnton & Stonington St. Ry.
o. i per rem. ttonoi.
$10.000 Dnnlmry & Bethel St. Ry, Co.
3 per cent, nanus.
H,OooNew Hnren St. Ry. Co. 1st Mtg,
3 nei cent. Hands.
5,000 New Haven St. Ry. Co. (EdKe-
vioml) o per ceni. nnnns.
5,000 So. N. Eng. Tel, Co. B per cent.
.1,000 Walllngford Gns Lgt, Co. 5 per
I .OOO Norwich St. Ry. Co. 5 per cent.
II on ds.
So. New Eng. Tel Co. Stock.
New Haven Water Co. Stock.
C. E. Thompson & Sons
tsiu inftpei street.
A Clean Record
of Sixty-Four Years.
No Low Salts or nnpnld losses under
any policies Issued by the North Agen
cy since Is was established In 1843.
Should this mean anything to a
property holder who wants to get the
benefit of an experienced and reliable
agency to look after his insurance
Our rates are exactly the same as
those charged by others.
Why not look into this matter a lit
tle? Perhaps you take less pains In
selecting your insurance than you do
JOHN C. NORTH.
70 CHURCH STREET.
First Building North of the Post Office.
James 6. Smith
Buy Hevada Stocks How
They A re a t Bottom
CATLIN POWELL CO.,
35 Wall St., New YorK
Phone 4487-8 Broad.
Prince & Whitely
Bankers and Brokers,
52 Broadway, New York,
15 Center St., New Haven.
Members N. Y. and Boston Stock Ex-
changes, produce Exchange, and
Chicago Board of Trade.
C. B. EOLMER,
Manager New Haven Branch.
ALL CLASSES OF RAILWAY
STOCKS AND BONDS, ALSO GRAIN,
PROVISION AND COTTON BOUGHT
AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
I4l0raii3 St, New Haven, Conn
M.f.Hcldlu & Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
27 Broadway, New York.
New York Stock Exchange
New Haven First Mortgage
Real Estate Loans For Sale.
,500 8 per cent.
Ron a per cent.
1000 5 per cent.
1C00 15 per cent.
2000 fl per cent.
20005 per cent.
20005 per cent,
23005 per cent.
2500 0 per cent,
27005 per cent.
35005 per cent,
40005 per cent,
Full particulars regarding any loan
furnished on application.
Lomas & Nettlcton
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
137 Orange Street.
Bonds end Stocks
Uought and sold on conunUiion for cush
or carried on margins also Cotton,
Grain and Provisions.
New Ilnven Branch, 29 aad 31 Center St,
317 State Street.
Capital, - ; 350,000
Surplus and Profits, $350,001)
This bank offers to de
positors every facility for
business and invites the ac
counts of corporations, firms
EZEKIEL G. STODDARD,
HORATIO G. REDFIELD,
WILLIAM G. REDFIELD,
Three Requisites for Satisfac
AMPLE HESOITRCES '
All nt the Service of onr Patrons.
Open an Account with tis to-day.
The merchants National Bank.
276 STATE ST. Op. Woosler St.
JJiUnion Trust Co.
CHARTERED by the State of Con.
noctlcut with authority to act aa
Lxecutor, Administrator Guardian, Re
ceiver, or Trustee, under will or deed
Is legal depository o money paid
Into Court and public Trust Funds
Acts at 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 does a general banking bus
iness, collecting checks, notes, coupons
and receives deposits. The principal of
each trust is Invested by itself and kept
separate and apart from the general
assets of the Company.
This Company Is by law regularly ex-
aTiimau I'aiiiv examiner or the
State of Connecticut.
nENRY L. KOTCHKISS, President.
EUGENE S. BRISTOL, Treasure.
Going to Europe?
When yon go nhrond, make
nse of onr Letters of Credit.
Yon will And them Much Safer
nnd More Convenient thnn car
rying large sums of money with
yon. They nre available In any
part of the world. Call or write
us for particulars.
T?f HEW HRfZK an
40 Church St.,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children. .
The Kind Yoa Have Always Bought
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