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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1307
V $2,500,000 NEW ORLEANS TERMINAL CO, TWO-YEAR 6 NOTES Guaranteed principal and interest jointly and severally by Southern Railway and St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad n . ". . Trust Company of America. Trustee Dated April 10, 1907. Due April 10, 1903 GArP4l8SM01 $2,500,000 OP NOTES Is secured by $4,000,000 NEW ORLEANS TERMIXAli CO. FIRST MORT EM h l GOLD BO-VDS. guaranteed principal and interest by the Southern Railway and St. Louis San Francisco Railroad, wnicn collateral at the PRESENT MARKET VALUE AMOUNTS TO $3,GOO,000, SHOWING AN EQUITV OP 44, The terminal property In the City of New Orleans consists of 49 consecutive blocks In the heart of the City, on which th 8 tT BUbstantlal Passenger terminal is to be erected. The Company also owns about 5,500 acres of land on the east bank of e Mississippi River with a river frontage of about two and one-halt miles. Upon this land are the Port Chalmette Terml na s, with large wharfage and storage facilities, including a grain elevator with a capacity for handling 500,000 bushels of s " i, uesme3 other valuable Improvements and leases. The Company owns about 63 miles of track conneeting with seven roads entering New Orleans. These Notes have been issued for building a handsome passenger station and new terminal and docking facilities along the river, which together with other Improvements will complete the property. ' The deed of trust and form of guaranty have been passed upon by our attorneys, Messrs. Cravath, Henderson & ae Gersdorff. , Having sold over three-quarters of the above Issue of Notes, 'we offer the balance AT 100 AND INTEREST. Special circular with letter from President of the Company, fully describing the property, may be obtained upon application. POTTER, GHOATE & PREHTIC Can. Pac. ..'....176 Cent, leatn. ... au do. pfd Chen. & 0 42 Chi. & Gt. W... 13 C, M. & St. F..i3t,vi Chi. & N. W 155 C. C C. & St. L. 72 Col. F. & 1 36 Con. Gas 134 Del. & Hudson. lisS D.. 1. & W 47 Erie 2i do. pfd a "'4 Ofin. Elec 149 Gt. Northern . . .137 111. Central I4t Inter-Met. ... . 26 do. pfd 60 L. & N 120 M., K. & T., pfd. 65, Mo. Pac 76 N. Y. Central . .119 N. Y., O. & W... S8 Norfol & West. 77 No. Pac 135 Pac. Mail 29 Penn. R. R 126 D.nnla'e fjnq ... 93 Beading 110 Rep. I. & S.... 2? do. pfU New York BANKERS Hanover Bank Building MISTER BUSINESS MAN! Have you ever given consideration to this feature of modern banking ? "Interest Allowed on Deposits Subject to' Check," means that your regular, checking account will be earning, money here. Many promi nent business men have taken advantage of this feature. Full details on application. The Peoples Bank & Trust (Bo. 100 CHAPEL STREET. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO . CHECK GOOD WORK. Policeman Kerrigan stopped a run away horse on Congress avenue yester day afterhoon near Howard avenue. IAs the street was filled with children re turning from school at the time the plucky act of the officer doubtless averted an accident. STOCK MARKET FEATURES VXION PACIFIC WAS AGAIN A zrADr.it. Irregularity In Prices With Good Tn , derfone Crop News Had Influence .Continued Enafng of Money Big tcel Rail Order for 1008 The Day's Dotngg In Detail. There sas a decline yesterday of tho enthusiasm In the stock market that appeared on "Monday and prices more than fell then rose again, -while near the close Union Pacific shot up about .a couple of points and held Its rise at the close. To some this manipula tion of Union Paciflo looked like a move to sustain prices ana afford a chance for profit taking. The reaction In Steel common on tho selling by so-callej Morgan brokers was accepted as evidence that no change would takex place In the divi dend to bo declared next Friday. Arbitrage business was 25,000 shares, with 15,000 shares sold on balance. Most of this was In Union Pacific. The foreign business was complete! In the first hour. London is taking very little interest In our stocks. : Large orders for 1908 have followed the opening of the books of the steel rail makers. The Pennsylvania railroad has placed a contract for 153,000 tons for next year. The decrease of 14,000 tons from ,the quantity bought for 1907 Is partially due to tho reduction In rails for construction to the amount of 8, 000 tons. Other requirements are about equal to those for 1907. Oron news fleured yesterday. The Weather Bureau's report bore out many of the recent reports regarding 'the unseasonableness of the weather In the winter wheat belt and drought ir the central western states. This re port caused a recovery yesterday In July wheat from 80 3-8 to above 81 in the Chicago market, and resulted naturally in a general selling , move ment in the granger stocks. The Gov ernment report left no doubt In the minds of Wall Street people that a good deal of uncertainty still surrounds the future of the winter wheat crop. There was more op less said again yesterday of .the extent to which the market was certain to be helped by President Roosevelt's Jamestown Ex position speech next Friday. But it is said that there's not the slightest prob ability that Mr. Roosevelt, in his Jamestown utterance, will go outside of the conventional lines of historical reminiscence. . the disposal of the road this year for Its corporate purposes. It appears that nearly $38,000,000 of this must be used for the improvements outlined above, as It is doubtful if the cash re quirements for the Improvements above numerate! can be materially curtailed. This would leave only $17,000,000 available to pay for the various properties purchased during the year and whatever was paid out on account of the important Improve ment work that was going on between July and January. Without this stock Issue the chances are that .the cash accounts of the New Haven road will not do better than square. But just the same the finan cial position is very strong. The road has a call on about $40,000,000 on ac count of the stock issue which is post pone! This, of course, is quickly available. New Haven stock Is always in a strong demand when these public! offerings are made Wall Street Journal. TESTEMDAT'S STOCK MARKET Rock Island . . So. Pac. . . . So. Ry. ..do. DM. . Tex. & Pan Union Pac 22 . 84 . 22 . 67 . 28 .141 TT. S. Rubber ... 43 do. Dtd ma U. S. Steel ..... 38 do. pfd i"i ft Wabash 26 Western Union.. 83 176 30 97 42 13 137 153 72 37 134 188 474 24 56 149 137 147 26 60 121 65 76 119 38 77 136 29 127 93 111 29 85 22 85 22 67 28 143 43 103 38 101 20 83 175 30 97 42 13 136 153 71 36 134 187 474 24 56 149 136 146 25 60 120 65 76 118 38 762 134 28 126 93 109 29 85 21 84 22 67 28 140 48 102 87 101 26 . 83 176 30 97 42 13 136 154 71 36 134 187 474 24 56 149 136 147 25 6 120 65 76 119 38 77 135 28 126 93 111 29 85 22 84 22 67 28 143 43 102 38 101 26 Yi Cloning Price. Reported ovr private wires of Prince & Whltely, members of th New York and Boston Stock Bxchangss, New York office 2 Broadway, and 15 Center street New Haven Conn. New York, April 22. Bid. Asked. -r Amalgamated Copper . . American Car Foundry. do. pfd American Cotton Oil ... do. pfd American Locomotive .. do. pfd American Smelting 97 37 99 m lit 105 .134 "Observers" said that frequent reac tions like yesterday's were to be ex pected, but they were not shaken In their belief that the real tendency of the present market is upward. NEW , HAVEN ROAD FINANCES. . The other developments of the day were along constructive lines. - The easing of money rates at all of the fin ancial centers of the world continued, and It is now becoming a question of the borrower rather .than the lender caking his terms. Money here was Influenced by the foreign quotations. Time loans were 1 l-4c. down, with year loans on ap proximately a 5 per cent, basis. The rates of domestic exchange indicated that the interior was lessening Its de mand on New York. As money de clined exchange advanced. Sterling sold at about 4.86 1-2. The present move ment will very quickly lead to gold exports. Texas Pacific is looking up. The road earned 4 1-2 per cent, last year and in the past seven years, $8,000,000 for bet terments and equipment has been charged to income. If present earn ings continue it will be possible to earn 7 to 8 per cent, in 1907. Under the circumstances, dividend payments are advocated. The Gould policy, how ever, is understood to be against crea ting further charges. The Bank of Germany reduced Its rate to 5 1-2 per cent, after four months' extreme tension, and the Bank of Netherlands put its rats down to 5 per cent., the second reduction .this month. A 4 per cent, rate in London seems inevitable to-morrow. , The market Is in a see-saw twixt bear and bulls, In other words a trad ers' market. Although the average of the market advance! but 4 points from Monday, April 15, to the high yesterday, the ac tive shares showed much larger gains. Union Pacific was up from 132 3-8 to 142 3-8, Reading from 103 1-4 to 115 5-8, Amalgamated Copper from 89 to 97 3-8, Southern Pacific from 79 3-4 to 85 1-4, .Baltimore and Ohio from 96 1-2 to 100 1-4 and Smelters from 123 1-2 to about 136. For this reason yesterday was looked upon as the right time t' lake some of these good profits. About $55,000,000 at Company's Dis posal This Year-Whole 'Sum Will 3e Needed. The .total receipts of the New Haven road on account of its French loan will be in the neighborhood of $27,- 000,000. So far the road has received about 20,O00;0flO francs and it will re ceive 20,000,000 francs - more next month. Judging from the capital re quirements of the road so far as they are known It will have need -for every .dollar of this money this year. The announcement that the stock issue Is indefinitely postponed comes as a big surprise, as it was supposed that in order to finance the company's requirements and provide for a good sized working balance all of this issue would be needed. The improvement work which .the New Haven had In hand a couple of months ago is understood to have called for nearly $38,000,000, as fol lows: For new equipment $21,500,000 For steamboat work 4,000,000 For extensions, improvements, trolleys 12,000,000 Total $37,500,000 Obviously, substantially the whole of this is such that it cannot be curtailed. The excess cash accounts at the be ginning of the fiscal year amounted to less than $3,000,000,000. Cash , $18,888,659 Cash accounts '. 5,145,022 Less cash liabilities 21,139,552 Excess cash accounts $2,894,129 The real financial position of the New Haven was much better .than this because there was a big reserve not indicated above represented by mar ketable securities and cash assets in special funds. These brought the available cash or security assets at the beginning of the fiscal year up .to $22 000,000, as follows. Excess cash assets $2,894,129 Cash assets In special fund.. 2,764,427 Marketable securities 15,994,581 Disappointment Over the Way Prices v Are Turned Backward. New York, April 23. The speculative element in the stock market was great ly disappointed to-day over the way in which prices of stocks were turned backwards from their upward course of yesterday. The action to-day was ac- cepted as conclusive of the professional j character of yesterday's rise and of a large proportion of covering by shorts In the buying which caused It. The cas ual encounter between Mr. Hill and Mr. Harriman and the fact that It gave rise to no outward show of hostility seem to have been the principal basis for 1 most of yesterday's buying which, it j will be remembered, converged largely ! on the Hill and Harriman railroad , stocks. This seems to have been recog nized to-day as rather an unsubstan tial ground on which to base a renewal of the bull movement In stocks, al though there was a show of 'excitement in Union Pacific, late in the day. To day's reaction did not, by any means, wipe out all of yesterday's very sub stantial gains. The movement might better be described simply as a desist ing from yesterday's operations for a rise. The effect was to throw the fiarket back into the deep neglect which was so notable last week. So far as yesterday's rise was- due to expecta tion of Improvement on the wheat crop news, there was ground for the reac tion to-day irl the disappointment of the hopes, of abundant rains the sec tions from which complaints have come df the need of them. There Was some renewal of the tone of apprehension over the industrial outlook,-which has weighed recently upon the market. At tention was attracted by a report of a large reduction on working force by an Important' western electric equip ment company and the offered explana tion that demand for the product was falling off oh account of its high price level. Another disquieting Influence was the report of the employment of an engineering expert alleged to be for the purpose of estimating a valuation of eastern railroad properties, as this waB supposed to indicate an expectation that governmental measures would be pushed towards regulating capital is sues acoording to valuations of railroad properties. The principal event of the day from the money market standpoint was the reduction, as was expected, of the official discount rate of the imper ial bank of Germany from 6 per cent, to E 1-2 per cent. The bank of Nether lands also made a further reduction in Its discount rate, which was advanced recently to cut off a movement of gold from that market to New York. Lon dan sent another consignment of gold to Paris. In this market there was a further decline in rates for time loans. Tho early rise in prices seemed to be due to foreign Influences. The brisk rally late In the day was large in sym pathy with some extraordinary trans actions In Union Pacific, which rushed that stock up to the highest level of the day I Bonds tvere Irregular. Total sales par value, $1,662,000. . United States bonds were unchang ed on call. Ainork fin Susrar - ' ,l do. pfd "'22 Anaconda Copper 62 Atch., Topeka- & Santa Fe. 9b do. pfd. SN5 Atlantic Coast Line .04 Baltimore & Ohio .100 do. pfd !J Bay Stato Gas . . ,. ; Brunswick 1: Canada Soufuer.i ;j Canadian Pamflo ........ .1 '6 Central .)f New Jersey 1S Chesapeake k OI".io ...... -.42 Chicago & 15. Ulhwis, ptl.,110 ChicasJ & 'it. H'-jstorn .. lit Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul... 136 " do. A pfd 60 Chicago & N. W.. '....'...". .153 C, R. I. & Pac. Col. 4s.... 72 Chi., St. P., M. & Omaha... 135 Chicago Term. Transit.... fr do. pfd 13 Cleve., C. C. & St.. L 71 Colorado Fuel & Iron 36 Colorado Southern 26 Consolidated Gas 132 Delaware & Hudson 186 Delaware, Lack. & West... 4 70 Denver & Rio Grande, pfd. 75 Erie 21 do. 1st pfd 66 do. 2d pfd 37 General Electric '....148 Great Northern pfd 136 Hocking Valley, pfd....... 83 Illinois Central 146 International Paper 14 do. pfd, Iowa Central 1 18 Kansas Clt.v Southern .... 25 do. pfd'. 83 Louisville & Nashville ..'..120 Mexican Central 21 Mo., Kansas S- Texas...... 37- Missouri Pacific .'. . 76 National Biscuit 76 National Lead 62 N. Y. Central ....119 N. Y., Chicago & St. Louis. 43 N. Y. & New Haven .... '. .175 N. Y., Ontario & Western. 38 Norfolk & Western 77 do. pfd 75 North Amnrloan ......... 74 Northern Pacific 135 Pennsylvania R. R 126 People's Gas 93 Presed Steel Car 37 do. pfd S3 Pullman Palace Car .165 Reading ...111 do. 1st pfd .''..!". 86 Rep. Iron & Steel i... 29 do. pfd 85 Rock island 22 do. pfd 49 Southern Railway . . .. 22 do. pfd 67 Southern Pacific 84 do. pfd 116 St. Louis & S. W 22 do. pfd B6 Tennessee Coal & Iron . .,,.146 Third Avenue . . ; 08 Texas Pacific 28 K Toledo, St. Louis & West.. 29 do. pfd 51 Union Purine 143 do. pfd 86 U. S. Rubber 42 do. 1st pfd 101 74 United States Steel do. pfd do. sink, fd 5s Virginia Cnrollna Chem Wabash do. nfd Western Union Telegraph. 83 Wheeling & Lake Eric .... 12 Wisconsin Central 18 38 . 1 0 1 If. . 99' . 28 . H 2B 97 35 99 31 92 64 109 134 125 137 63 96 97 104 100 80 ' ",i 176 1!'3 4V IfO 13 137 60 154 72 140 6 16 73 36' 27 134 188 474 70 . 24 66 38 149 137 85 150 14 75 19 25 60 120 22 37 77 77 63 119 43 177 38 77 85 75 ins 127 93 . 37 94 170 ' 111 ofd S7i 22 50 22 67 85 117 22 67U, 147 115 29 55 143 43 103 38 301 99 29 14 26 S3 13 Boston Stock Quolntlnnib Reported over private wires o? Horn blower & Weeks, members of tha New York and Boston Stock Ex changes, New Haven office, 27 Center Street. Boston, April 22 High. Low. Bid. Asked. Avail, cash or security assets $2,653,142 But for ready purposes less than $3,000,000 was available. Since then it has received about $25,000,000 from the sale of short term notes at home and will receive about $27,000,000 as the proceeds of its French loan. The total available cash assets this year will amount to substantially $55,000,000, as follows: : Excess cash assets as above.. $2,894,129 From short term notes (about) 25,000,000 From French loan (about).... 27,000,000 Total available this year.. ..$54,894,129 This figure represents the cash at A'EIT rOBK STOCK IIAUKET. Reported over private wires of Prinze & Whltely, irembers of the nevr York and Boston' Stock Exchanges. New York office BJ Brondway and 15 Center street New Haven Conn. New York, April 22. ( High. Low Bid. Asked. Am. Copper ... 96 97 95 97 Am. C. & F 37 37 S7 37 Am. Cot. Oil... 31 81 31 31 Am. Loco 64 64 63 64 Am. S. & R 135 135 133 134 Am. Sugar 125 125 124 124 Am. Woolen ....30 30 30 30 A. , T. & S. e... 95 6 - 95 96 dn. pfd 96 96 H 06 96 B. & 0 100' 100 99 100 Adventure . . . . AUouez Arcadian Atlantic Bingham Boston Cons. .. Cal. & Hecla... Centennial . . . , Coppttr Range . Daly West .... Franklin, Granby Greene Isle Royal- .... Mass. Cons. . . Mohawk ... . , , North Butte ... Old Dominion . Osceola Parrot , Qulney , Shannon ... ., Tamarack .. . Trinity V. S. Mining . . Utah Cons. . . . United Copper , Wolverine . . . Am. Tel. & Tel Swift & Co I'nited Shoe ... do. pfd United Fruit . . . New Haven Mass. Gas . . . .6 19 29 845 31 . 82 6 13 18 28 845 31 81 17 19 56 14,1 22 123 18 110 22 55 63 61 160 125 106 64 112 178 . 62 IB 19 82 86 54 140 22 122 17 109 21 54 62 61 161) 123 106 64 112 177 62 3 51 6 13 18 29 845 . 30 81 1 5 17 130 19 C 86 51 13S 22 121 17 109 21 54 62 61 123 63 27 112 62 i: If you have no banking home, we in. vite. your account, assuring you of cour teous treatment which all depositors are entitled to, and receive from this bank. THE YALE NATIONAL BANK 745 Chapel Street. BANKERS km BROKERS, 20 EROAD ST., NEW KORL 85j 14 19 29 San 31 82 1 6 K 17 133 7 140 23 121 18 110 21 r 63 62 123 106 64 28 112 62 1UW Totfc Stotk Kxchaac. Mew Torfc Cotton Rxchxngi. Neur Orleans Cotton Cxcbsnc. Philadelphia Stock Kxchnng. Hn York Coffee Exchnns. Chicago Bonn! at Trade, Stocks, tiJrtiaiMtwtiiis, G. B. BUNrE-ui-s Ma-ruger MONDAY, TUESDAT, WEDNESDAY. April 22. 23, 24. MATINEE WEDNESDAY. "THE SMART SET," Presenting a new musical comedy. "The Black Politician," with the groat est cast of Colored Entertainers, head ed by S. H. DUDLEY. Seats now on sale. Prices: 25s. to $1.50. Positively no free list.. BIJOU THEATRE Sylvester Z. Poll Fronrietoi WEEK OP APRIL 22. THE STOCK COMPANY In- CAMILLA Mon., Toes., Wed. Poll's popular prices, SAPHO . Thurs. , FrL, Sat. Amoctate Memhera Lire pool Cortoa Ezehaas. sunaa, cotton. Grata sad Con e. EDWARD B, EAMES, Mgr. NEW HAVE BOUICEU S3 CBITTXHI STREET. SECURITIES FOR SALE. I.nke Shore It. H. 8 p. e. Notca, 1910. N. Y. N. II. & II. H. K. S per cent. Notes. en Ilnven Water Co. Conn. linlUrnjr A Llsbt. 4'a of 103L Mtlllktn ltron. 1st 6'a, 1021. N. H. t.nn I.licbt Convrrtlhlea. New Haven Water Co. Convert. 4'm. International Stiver. 1st Mtg. 6 p. ft Swift Company C', 1014. International Silver Co.. Pref. IWIrtriletnwn Street Ilnllwny Co. 5s. Swift Co. lilt n. 1914. KIMBERLY. ROOT 8 DM, Tel. 1109. 133 Orange Street. fma.lt wlra Hen Xork ut Hatloa. HORIMBLOWER& WEEKS 27 Center Street COMMISSION ORDERS Transacted in all markets. Members of New York and Boston Stok Exchanges 10c-20c-J0e. Ladies' Matinee Daily. Seats reserved In advance. Tel. S0T9. POLI'S NEY THEATRE ONE ENTIRE WEEK OF APRIL 22, Matinees, 2:15. Evenings, 8:15. The Comedienne, KLFIE FAY, The Belle of Avenue A. Added attraction, Nlta Allen and Co., and Billy Van, McKenzie, Shannon & Co.; Rosarle and Doretto, Pierce and Mazle, Valveno Bros., Electrograph. Poll Fopulor PriceH. If iujitxctat. BRANCH OFFICE NEW YORK Direct Private Wires. BOSTON CHICAGO F. D. WETMOWB5, Manager. F. S. Butter worth Co. Brokers Prlvata Wires to Wetc York EXCHANGE 8 LOG: TU3. 3100 3101 Buy Nevada Stocks Ip They Are at Bottom A Clean Record of Sixty-Four Years. So Law Suits or unpaid losses under any policies issued by th North Agon 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 otter his insurance business? Our fntea 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 your cigars. ! -.' JO HN C. NORTH. TO CHVRCH STREET. First Building; North of the Post Office. Providence Securities Co. 4 per cent, of 1957. Guar anteed Principal and Interest bv the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Co. Price 88 and in terest. Yield 4.60 per cent. The Chas.Wi ScrantonCo. , INVESTMENT BROKERS. ' 103 Orange St. IUnion Trust Co. SEW HAVEN. CHARTERED by the State of Con necticut with avthorlty to act as Executor, Admlnistratoi, Guardian, Re celver, or Trustee, under will or deed Is legal depository of 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 net as registrar of stocks, bonds or other evidence of indebtedness, manage sinking funds, nnd 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 nnd" apart from the general assets of the Company. This Company Is by law regularly ex amined by the bank examiner of the State of Connecticut. F1WMY t,. HOTCHTCT3. PrraMent. EUGENE S. BRISTOL, Treasurer. 1 INVESTMENTS. $10,000 Connecticut Ry. & Lgt. Co. 44 per cent, llonds. $10,000 GrDton fc Stoninston St. Ry. Co. 5 ner veut. Roods. $10.000 Unnbury & llcthel St. Ry. Co. 3 per rent, uonus. 5,000 New Haven St. Ry. Co. 1st Mtg, 5 per cent. llonds. 1 C,000 Sew Haven St. Ry. Co. (Edge- norull 5 ner cent, llonds. 8.000 So. N. Eng. Tel. Co. B per cent. bitmlH. .1,000 Wallingford Gas Lgt. Co. S per cent. Bonus. j,000 Norwich St. Ry. Co. S per cent. Uuurt. So. New EnR. Tel Co. Stock. New Haven Water Co. Stock. C. E. Thompson S Sons biucnapei atreer. CATLIN & POWELL CO., 35 Wall St.. NewYorH Commission Brokers, Phone 4137-8 Broad. James B. Smith IIVltSTMEHT ! BOMDS 14! Gran?3 St., New Haven, Conn Three Requisites for Satisfac tory Banking. AMPLE RESOURCES COMPLETE EQUIPMENT. COURTEOUS TREATMENT AU at the Service of oar Patrons. Open an Account with as to-day, , i Ths Merchants National Bank, 276 STATE ST. Op. Woosler St, $50,000 To Loan on Real Estate in Sums to Suit. Lomas & Nettleton hankers and asoitsa . 137 ORANGE STREET Of Great Benefit. This exceedingly progressive, yet conservative bank, with all Its convenient dennrtments, has been of great beueAt to men nnd women in this vicinity, not only In one single endeavor, font in ninny ways. Open an account, even though It Is smnll, and let ns be of service to you. TH NEW HAVEK ah 40 Church St., NEW HAVEN, CONN. Prince & Whitely Bankers and Brokers, 52 Broadway New York, and 15 Center St., New Have n. Members N. T. and Boston Stock Ex changes, Produce Exchange, and Chicago Board of Trade. C. B. BOLMER, Manager New Haven Branch, ALL CLASSES OF RAILWAY STOCKS AND BONDS. ALSO GRAIN. PROVISION AND COTTON BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Investment Securities fsooij JMelb 5 Co, . BANKERS AND BROKERS, 27 Broadway, New York. . j MEMBERS Or ' New York Stock Exchange Bonds and Stock Bought and sold on conunUsIon for cn.ft or carried on morula) also Cotton, Grain nnd Provisions. Investment Securities A SPECIALTY. New Haven D ranch, 29 and SI Center NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 317 State Streo;. ESTABLISHED 1831. Capita - 350 000 Surplus and Profits, $350,000 This bank offers to de positors every facility for business and invites the ac counts of corporations, firm3 and individuals. EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, President, HORATIO G. REDFIELD, ' ( Cashier WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, Asst. Cashier. James H. Parish 8 Co., BUceeedlnfi NEWTON & PARISH. Stocks and Blonds Dealers in Investment Securitia .... i .86 Orange Street H. C WARREN i CO., , BANKERS Dealers in Investment Securities 108 ORANGE ST. THE NATIONAL, TRADESHENS BANK OF NE.W HAVEN. 96 Orange St, Accounts of Mercantile Firms, Com porntions nnd Individuals solicited. Foreign Ezchnnee Bought nnd Sold, Letters ot Credit and Tinvclcrs' Checks. Drafts on all parts of the world. Personal Interviews Invited. Capital $ 303,009 Surplus 817.823 Deposits 1,408,505 Total dividends paid l,17if,0U(J Established 1S65.