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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY AUGUST 5, 4907.
11 Z3TS3Z United Fruit .. New Haven ... Mass. Gas Com. - -110 111 166 166 165 166 ' 56 57 Ifluftuctat. Kit s I- NOW IS THE TIME To place your money -where It wll! earn four per cent. Interest from August first, and be available any time you may 'wish to use it. Start a savings account with this Bank to-day if you haven't the amount necessary, come and get one of our Home Banks-they are free. A dollar will start an account Do it now! 799 Chapel St. t i, m, mm of THESTOCK KIARKET rplexity Over Financial and Industrial Situ ation. MEDIATE OUTLOOK vorable and Unfavorable pects of the Situation- Iron, Steel and Copper. ?w York, Aug. 4 Last week saw enee of continued perplexity over financial and industrial outlook re ed in the action of the securities ket. The immediate developments ed to weigh on sentiment and ln- a heavy undertone to the specula , although there was a mixture ot irable factors which acted as a re int on positive weakness. le most notable of the latter class acldents was the showing of the U. Steel corporation for the quarter ng July 30, of record net earnings ver $45,000,000 exceeding the most rulne of the preliminary estimates, falling off in the unfilled orders on 1 from the preceding quarter was ricted to a little over 400,000 tons, left that item well in excess of the re at the corresponaing period last As the period covered was that sequent to the break in March In securities market, which was the ild of the reaction to come, the re- on Its face might be regarded as ily gratifying as an exhibit In the erate reaction to which general in rlal activity had been subjected. large sums. made available and set a for the enlargements and exten s In which the corporation Is en- d 'Insured Its Immunity also from embarrassments from scanty avail- capital and onerous interest ges which have been such a great lure in the situation of railroad cor dons for some time past. All of was practically overborne, how , by the frank acknowledgment on ilf of the corporation that the new rs received during July had fallen i SO per cent, below those received uly of last year, This fact was pted as conclusive evidence of the p setback to which the iron and I trade had been subjected as a be 1 effect of the curtailment in enter i which had been foreseen as soon he difficulties of the railroads in ring capital for carrying out pro ; Of betterment had developed, le financial community attaches importance to the iron and steel 4 as a baromter of general trade itions. The condition of the copper , ket which comes probably next In ' rtance, reinforces the example of rnn 'flnrl stppl trndp. Pnnnpr rtrlrpe P.,-- r ad have continued to decline andj expected waiting demand has not come forward in sufficient volume x stable conditions in that market. this 'situation in the metal trades nfluence Is lessened or lost of the nuing reports of actlvtly in other of trade and the evidence in the expended bank clearings of the try of undiminished activity in antlle lines. This evidence of sus- d mercantile activity and the large rements on banking resources thus ed help to complicate the outlook le money market, from which re 's .considered essential to Insure any tlve revival of Investment demand pital. Contraction of business ac- y, lowering of prices, accumulation pital and awakened flow into in- nent is the sequence of events con ed necessary for the working out le situation. ' The reaction In iron steel is accepted as the index of forces in operations and they are cted to spread through the finan fabric In the working of the reni ns of an investment demand from nulating capital are looked for as rue herald of coming restoration. ow 'fork, the bond department of tock exchange shows no stirring tlvlty and the bond dealers are' ble to report any important at- ion for demand investment. An nt of the week, however, was the by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa lilway to J. P. Morgan & Com- of the unsubscribed portion of 6.000,000 of five per cent convert- ionds which had" been ordered to holders at par, the residue thus being stated at about $15,000,000 he prices to the bankers supposed about 98. the transaction was re el as evidence of the continued ilty of securing capital, but the hat the attempt was saved from e was maae ine buuji ui ju. 1 gratification on the part of the pals. ring the past week British con old at the lowest level since 1S4 8, he incident is a central testimony e existing prostration of the in ient situation. The immediate , in the fall in consols was the 1 liquidation growing out ot tne tension In Egyptian industrial res; but this fact does not de from the force of the example of cneral situation. Foreign money cts and the reports of condition e great central banks abroad warning of the coming pressure he restriction of resources. it nlv bv a raise in money rates in York that the French demand ild. which inaugurated an export .went from Jew J'orls on Mon day, was averted. At the higher in terest rates here bankers negotiated llnance bills through the foreign ex change market and placed the pro ceeds in loans in New York. Through and beyond these Immedi ate contingencies calculation is iot idle over the further outcome and the probable period for the completion of the preparation and the revival. The present level of prices of securities and the rate of return offered to in vestment Is an Index of the extensive preparation of forces needed for recu peration. M. Paul Leroy-Beulieu, the distinguished French economist, has registered his opinion that opportunity for an advantageous return on capital Is now offered for the first time' in over twenty years past. A recent ar ticle in the London Statist reviews the tendency of exports of British capital, which had fallen to a low ebb follow ing the exhaustion of resources due to expenditures in the Boer war. The conclusion is that "in the current year (fiscal year 1907) we shall probably place abroad as much capital as we have ever invested In a single year as much, indeed, as we did in the later eighties." This authority estimates that the amount of British capital re mitted abroad In the twelve months ending June 30 amounted to $300, 000,000, the portion allotted to Amer ican railways amounting to $66,000, 000. The Statist asserts that "all the conditions are fayorable to the con tinuance of these large exports of NOTES. The High Money nates Opinions ot Wall Street. Rates for money the world over are frcm one half to one per cent, higher than they were a year ago and cor poration, individual and banking lia bilities are from 10 to 25 per cent greater than they were then. .Surplus bank resources are down to a low figure.' . If business slackens money rates will grow easier. Smaller crops than those of a year ago are Indicated. This means a les sened demand on capital. Opinions on the market by many holises follow: Henry Clews Co.:' In the absence of unfavorable developments prices may show occasional rallies, but the gen eral drift of prices promises to be downward until the readjustment In the money market and in the community markets has gone far enough to war rant recovery. The pendulum has started to swing In the opposite direc tion, and! the swing has evidently not yet. been arrested. Bartlett, Frazier & Carrington: Las situde and dulness are two prime re quisites' for this market if we want t be on a good foundation in the fall. Boody, McClellan & Co, say: Spec ulative securities for some time longer are likely to sufler, but meantime the accumulation of funds seeking invest ment will lift the prices of our first class investments above the current level. Tfre bellev for Instance that such securities as the Atchison Con vertible 5's will in time advance con siderably above par. This might oc cur though Atchison Common Stock should recede materially from the pres ent price. Our advice Is from now on, to buy securities that have a certain and sure investment value; ' and It Is well to remember that in any Import ant upward movement In prices, the tirst advance always occurs in this class of Stocks and Bonds. The mar ket at present is simply a waiting one; many good stocks are too low to sell and yet there are few fresh buyers. Those securities which are of an en tirely speculative nature are likely to ccntinue to suffer, in view of a reac tion of business activity and, conse quently, smaller earnings that will then follow. J. S. Bache"& Co. say: Careful con sideration of these conditions make it seem unwise to put much faith on rises in the stock market which re quire large funds to finance them. CLOSING PRICES Reported over private wires of Prlnc & Whltely. irembers of the new Tork and Boston Stock Exchange. New York office 63 Uroadway ana 16 Center street New Haven Conn. i New York, Aug. 3. Bld.Asked. Adams Express Co Amalgamated Copper American Car Foundry Co. do pfd American Coton Oil do pdf American Express Co Am. Hide & Leather pfd... American Ice Securities .. American Linseed Co do pfd Am. Locomotive Co. '. do pfd Am. Smelt, and Refining . do pfd Am. Sugar Refin. Co do pfd American Woolen Co Anaconda Cop. Mining Co.. Atchi., Top., & Santa Fe .. do pfd i Atlantic Coast Line Baltimore & Ohio do pfd Bay State Gas Co Brooklyn Rap. Trans. Co. Broklyn Union Gas Co Brunswick Co Canada Southern Canadian Pacific '.. Central Leather do pfd Central of New Jersey .... Chesapeake & Ohio Chicago & Alton do pfd Chicago & E Illinois pfd. 150 84 42 100 34 ' 85 205 20 57 8 21 56 105 112 104 120 120 26 53 91 91 94 97 85 56 110 11 64 175 22 92 . 175 35 16 170 84 42 101 33 90 215 21 68 10 23 57 107 112 104 121 125 27 54 92 93 95 97 86 57 115 13 64 175 22 94 1S5 35 19 125 Chicago & Gt. Western . do A pfd Chi., Mil. & St. Paul :, do pfd CM. & Northwestern Chi., St. P. M. & Omaha Chicago Term. Trans II14 49 . 132 152 14S 128 15 62 29 26 11 51 132 151 149 135 6 20 66 30 27 121 168 470 76 24 59 42 138 132 83 141 15 15 73 17 75 27 57 22 113 20 39 67 75 74 55 122 111 40 168 36 75 84 69 132 27 122 91 35 93 165 102 81 26 83 21 47 19 64 89 113 21 59 145 110 30 26 49 92 6 58 143 84 112 56 36 98 35 100 97 25 13 24 302 79 145 13 16 18 41 do pfd Cleve., C. C, & St. L.. Colorado Fuel & Iron .... Colorado Southern Consolidated Gas 117 Delaware & Hudson 168 Del. Lack. & West 465 Den. & Rio Grande pfd. .. 71 Erie 23 do 1st pfd 5Sya do 2d pfd 40 General Electric 137 Gt. Northern pfd 132 Hocking Valley 80 do pfd Illinois Central 141 Inter. Metroploitan 1514 Inter. Paper Co 14 , do pfd 72 Iowa Central 17 Kan C, Ft. S. & M. pfd. .. 73 Kan. City Southern . 27 do pfd 57 Lake Erie & Western 18 Louis. & Nashville 112 Mexican Central 20 Mo., Kan. & Texas 38 do pfd 66 Missouri Pacific 74 ' National , Bisciut 73 National Lead Co, 55 N. Y. Air Brake ..: 121 N. Y. Central & Hudson .. Ill N. Y., Chi. & St Louis .... 38 N. Y. & New Haven 162 N Y Ont & Western 35 Norfolk & Western ........ 74 do pfd 78 North American 68 Northern Pacific 131 Pacific Mall . 2C Pensylvania R. R 122 People's Gas, Chi 90 essed Steel Car 33 do pfd. .' 91 Pullman Palace Car Co. .. 162 Reading 102 do 1st pfd. 80 Rep. Iron & Steel Co. .... 26 do pfd 82 Rock Island Co. 21 do pfd 46 Southern Railway Co 18 do pfd 62 Southern Pacific 89 do pfd 112 St. Louis & Southwest 20 do pfd 46 Ten. Coal and Iron h. 140 Third Avenue 104 Texas & Pacific 29 Tol., St. Louis & West. 26 do pfd 49 Twin City Rapid Transit .. 91' Union Bag & Paper Co, .... 5 do pfd 55 Union Pacific 143 do pfd. 80 U. S. Express Co 106 U. S. Realty & Imp. ,Co. .. 53 U. S. Rubber Co 34 do 1st pfd 97 U. S. Steel Co. 35 ' do pfd 100 do S. F. 5 per cent. 97 Vir. Car. Chem. Co 25 Wabash 12 do pfd 24 Wells-Fargo Expres Co. ..280 West. Union Tel. Co 77 West. Electrical Co. 143 Wheel. & Lake Em 11 , do 2d pfd 12 Wisconsin Central ......... 17 . do pfd 38 NEW 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 15 Center street, New Haven, Conn. New York, Aug. 3. ' Open.HIgh.Low.Last, Amal. Copper .... 84 84 83 84 Am. Car & Fndry 42 42 42 42 Am. S. and Ref.. 131 113 112 112 Atch., T. & St Fe 92 92 91 91 Brklyn. Rap. T.. 57 57 67 57 Can. Pacific 175 175 175 175 Ches. & Ohio .... 35 35 35 35 Chi. & Gt. West.. 11. 11 11 H Chi., M. & St' P.. 132 132 132 132 Glev. C C & St. L 62 62 62 62 Col. Fuel & Iron. 30 30 29 30 Erie 23 23 23 23 do st pfd 59 , 59 59 59 Gen. Elect. Co. .. 137 137 137 137 Gt. North, pfd. .. 133 133 132 132 Inter. Met. pfd. .. 43 43 43 43 Louis. & Nash. . 112 112 112 112 Mo Pacific ,74 74 74 74 N. Y. Cen. & Hud 111 111 111 111 N. Y. Ont & West 35' 35 35 35 Northern Pacific 132 132 131 131 Perm 122 122 122 122 People's Gas 90 90 90 90 Reading 102 102 102 102 South. Pac'Mc .. 89 89 89 89 South. Ry: Co. .. 18 18 1S 18 do pfd 62 62 62 62 Union Pacific .... 143 143 142 143 do pfd 82 82 82 82 U. S. Rubber Co. 35 35 .35 35 U. S. Steel Co. .. 35 35 35. 35 do pfd 100 100 100 100 Wabash pfd 24 24 24 24 BOSTON STOCK MARKET. Reported over pr.vate wires of Horn btower & Weens, members of the New York and Boston Stock Ex changes, Nw Haven office, 27 Center street. Boston, Aug. 3. Adventure S 3 3 3 Allouez 40 45 Arcadian 5 6 Atlantic 12 12 Bingham 14 15 Boston Cons 25 25 25 . 25 Cal and Hecla... 780 780 780 785 Centennial 26 26 Cop. Range 77 77 76 77 Daly West 15 15 Franklin 12 13 Greene 15 15 15 15 Isle Royal 17 18 Mass Cons 6 6 6 6 Mohawk 76 76 76 77 North -Butte .... 78 77 77 77 Old Dominion ... 41 41 40 41 Osceola 124 124 124 125 Parrot 18 19 Quincy 112 112 113 - Shannon 15 15 15 15 Tamarack 100 Trinity 19 19 19 19 U. S. Min. pfd... 43 43 43 43 Utah Cons 44 44 44 44 Wolverine 160 160 Am Tel. & Tel. . . 107 107 107' 107 Swift & Co. 106 106 105 106 L. Shoe Com 50 50 49 50 do pfd. 26 27 LOCAL STOCK QUOTATIONS. Quotations reported by Klmberly. Root & Co. Investment Brokers, 133 Or ange street. New Haven. Conn.: Far. Bid Asked City Eank 100 145 Hirst National 10 X Mechanics 60 65 Mi-rchant3 National. . 60 66 70 19 Nat. New Haven ... 100 is 'A New Hnven County.. 10 ,17 National Tradesmens. 100 175 Second National .... 100 196 Tale National 100 137 New Haven Trust .. 103 12 People's B. & Trust. 100 102 Union Trust 109 160 Railroad Stocks. 140 Par. Blot Asked. Boston & Albanv ... 100 221 223 72 80 46 166 Conn. R. Si Lt. com.. 100 70 do. pfd 100 Danbury & Bethel.. 25 16 H. & Conn. West.... 100 n. Li. Northern 100 20Z N. Y. & N. H 100 166 Wast Shore sS ?,3 SlUccIIaucoua SlocK. Per. Bid. Adams Express 200 145 American Brass .... 100 Am. Hardware 100 Cons. Rollins ..)0 3 Asked. 165 120 127 fl 212 8 r,s 7 8 65 60 106 112 50 '109 Edison, Boston ..... 100 210 International Silver . 100 . 5 do. cfd 100 . 66 New Haven Gag 25 . . wew Haven water., ou . . Peck, Stow & Wilcox 23 . . Security Insurance... 25 45 Swift "& Co 100 105 Telephones . N. Y. & N. J 100- ,. Ones. & Potomao .. tOC .. S. N. E 100 ' Railroad Bond. Bid. Asked. Berkshire St. Ry. 5s, 1922. 100 Bridgeport irao. os, i2d.. .. J.uitt Conn. R. & L. 4. 1951, .. 97 98 Cons. Ry. 4s, 1954 .' . . 91 Cons. Ry. 4s 1956, guar... 91 92 Cons. Ry. dobs., 1930 j . 86 U. & IN. in J-J3D .. JUU Dan. & Bethel 5s, HU4... 100 Harlem & P. C. 4s, 1911.. : S7 :0) An Aa 1 ARA . ' . - 1(10 Hart. '& Conn.W.4s,1923 100 103 Housatonic 43, isiv vt do. i, 1937 114 Mer. & Comp. 5s, 1928 107 Meridcn Street 6s. 1924 108 Naugatuck 4s, 1954 105 Northampton 6s. 1909.... 101 N. H. & Center 5s, 1933... .. 112 N H & Derby 5s. 1918... 103 N. H. & W. H. 5s. 1912 102 N. H. Street 6s. 1913 1M 102 XT,,., T on Kt- Ka 1 B23 102 10R N. Ij. Northern 4s, 1910.,.. 98 99 N Y. N. il. s I'. 'S. NY..N.H. & H. 8Ms 1947. ., 87 mv a MHpnn.SUs. 19B6. 100 N Y., N. H. & H. 4s. 1955.; .. 94 AO. 3 MB no N Y. & N. E. 4s, 1945 .. S3 N Y & N. E. 5s. 1945 112 NYProv. & Bos, 4, 1942 .. 103 Shore Line 4s, 3910..... 100 ;. Wor. & C. E. 4s. 1948.... ... 103 HlaeeUnncona Donila. Bid. Asked. Adnms Express 97 98 Boston Elec 6s. 190S 103 Branford L. & W. 6s, 1937. 103 108 Inter Sliver deb. 6s, 1933 90 91 do 1st 6a, 148......... 106' 107 Middletown, 3.65 190B.i.,sl00 .. N H. Ghs com. 4s, 1910-151 .. 170 s N H Water con 4s 1910-151,. 180 V IT City Park 3s v . , 98 N H Sewer 4b, 1914 . ,109 N H. Clt Bridge 3a......-J .. 10 New Mit. Water nr. 1933.. V-.. W5 s IN E Tel 6s, 1948 109 Swift & Co. 5s 1914 100 101 United 111. 4s 1940 95 Kx-alvldend. ' A WISE SELECTION Y,ou exercise wisdom when you select this Bank as the De positary for your funds. Our large resources and care ful management guarantee the Safety of your funds an,d satis factory banking connections. TK HEW KJYEN in TTIVSC? COMPAHY 40 Church St. August Investments. International Sllve(I. Conn. Ily. Jk Lighting Co. 4 1-2's. ChtcUKO. Book Inland & Pacific Gs, 1017. Southern New England Telephone Co. The W. T. Fields, Co., Investment Securities, 902 CHAPEL ST. Telephone 4579. $50,000 To Loan on Real Estate in ' Sums to Suit. Lomas & Nettleton BANKEHS AND BROKER 137 Orange Street. H. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS Investment Securities 108 ORANGE STREET. THE CONTINUED INCREASE. In the number of commercial accounts carried) with Uiis bank is proof of tne advantages offered to those who handle large sums of money, making disbursements by checks. Our facilities for quickly and accurately handling all bus iness entrusted to us is a strong inducement for firms and individuals having wide business connections to place their commercial accounts in this institution. BONDS STOCKS F. S. Butterworth & Co. Exchange Building INVESTMENT SECURITIES. Private Wires. BANKERS AND BROKERS, '30 BROAD ST., NEW YORK. , KK- MEMBERS Nw York Stock Exchange Plilladelphtn Stock Exchange New York Cotton Exchange New Tork Coffee Exchange New Orlcnn Cotton Extltanre Chicago Board of Trade Associate Member Liverpool Cotton Exchange. Stocks, Honda, , Cotton, Grain and Coffee. EDWARD B. NEW HAVEN BRANCH. John Knox & Go., Commission Broker HuDinger Building, 840 Chapel Street, Telephone 5170. NEAV XIAVEN, CONN. CorrespondentJohn Moron. , Stocka, Bonds, Grain and Cotton bought and sold for cnh or on moderate deposits. Quick service, prompt delivery, Immediate settlements. I Also dealers In mining securities of high grade. AUGUST INVESTMENTS New Haven Water Co. Btock. N. Y.. N. H. & It R. R. Co. .3b of 1954. 1 N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Co. 4s of 1965. N. Y N. H. & H. R. R. Co., 3s of 1956. Providence Securities Co. 4s of 1957. Guaranteed principal and Interest by the N. Y.. N. II. & H. R. R. Co. Consolidated Railway Co. 4s of 1955. Consolidated Railway Co. 4s of 1956. Guaranteed principal and Interest by the N. Y.. N. H. & H. R. R. Co. Branford Electric Company 1st Mtgc. 5 bonds of 1937. Conn. Ry. & Lighting Co. 4s of 1951. Conn. Ry..& Lighting Co. 4 Prefer red Stock. ' ' Conn. Ry. & Lighting Co. 4 Common Stock. International Silver Cq. 1st Mortgage 6 bonds of 1948. International Silver Co. 1st Mtge. 6 Debentures of 1933. Trl-City Ry. & Light Co. 5 bonds of 1923. . Trl-Clty Ry. & Light Co. 6 Pre ferred Stock. Beech Creek R. R. Co. 4 Guaranteed Stock. Mobile & Ohio R. R. Co. 4 Guaran teed Stock. Short time notes to yield from S to 7. For Sale by TfieChas.VV. ScrantonCo. Investment Brokers 103 ORANGE. STREE.T Bonds and Stocks For Sale. 910.000 Jf. Y.. N. II. & II. RR. 5 Notes. K10.000 Conn. Ry. & Mailt. Vi 1851. 5,000 ( onn. Ry. Light. Ilnstainped. 0.000 International Silver Cs, 1IMH. 2.000 Swift & Co. Ds 1B14. B.200 N. H. Water Co. convertible 4s. loioflO Cons. Ry. 4s, 10MI. endorsed. 100 Shares New Hnven Wnter. 2.1 Shares S. N. Ii. Telephone. r,0 Shares Americnn Brass. 50 Shares Conn. Ry. & Light. rf0 Pref. 75 Shares Conn. Ry. A Light. A com. KlMBERLYrRpOT & CO.. Tel. 1109. 133 Orange Street. Private wires to New York and Boston. aAlrtimiiiit.nKiiiirmgJiuy LOCAL SECURITIES Telephones 3100-3101 E A IVIES Mgr. 83, CENTER STREET. Prince & Whitely Bankers and Brokers, $2 Broadway, New York, t ana ; 15 Center St., New Haven." Members N, Y. and Boston Stock Ex changes, Produce Exchange, and Chicago Board of Trade. C B. BOLMER, r " Manager New Haven Branch ALL CLASSES OF RAILWAY STOCKS AND BONDS, .ALSO GRAIN till ATI"rtT . -. - ' fnu,Ii"o AND COTTON BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Investment Securities A CAREFULLY MANAGED BANK. The careful management - of this Bank is attested by its pru dent banking methods, which safeguard its depositors' funds. Become a part of such an in stitution by opening an account with .the Merchants National Bank. MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK S70 STATE STREET. James B. Smith INVESTMENT BONDS 41 Orange St., New Haven, Conn. IUnion Trust Go. NEW HAVEN. Chartered by tne state of Connecticut with authority to act as Executor. Ad ministrator, Guardian, Kecelver, or Trustee, under will or deed. Ia legal depository of money paid in to Court and Public Trust Funds, acts as Trustee for Municipalities, Corpora tions and Individuals, and administers Trusts of all kinds. Empowered to act as registrar o Stocks, Bonds or other evidence of indebtedness, manage sink ing funds, and, do all business such as Is usually done by Trust Companies. It also does a general banking busi ness, collectinu checks. noteR. eonnnna and receives .deposits. The principal of ciicu iul invGsma oy itseu and kept separate and apart from the general-assets of the Company. This Company is by law regularly examined by the Bank Examiner of t'.i'o Stite of Connecticut. MEXRY L. HOTCHKISS, President. EUGE.XE S. BRISTOL, Treasurer. BitAKCR orncs 3oot!f,fMellan L it, BARKERS AVD BROKERS 27 Broadway, New York. MEMBERS OT New York' Stock Exchange Bonds and Stocks Bonsbt and sold oa commission tot cua or carried on margins also Cotton, Grain and ProrUlona. Investment Securities A SPECIALTY. New Haven Branca. 28 and 31 Center S NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 317 State Street. ESTABLISHED HSt , Capital, - 350,099 Surplus and Profit?, . $350,001) This bank offers to dc positors every facility for business and invites the ac counts of corporations, firms and individuals. EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, President HORATIO G. REDFIELD, ' - ' Cashier. WILLIAM G, REDFIELD, Asst. Cashier. C. E. Thompson & Sons HIGH GRADE INVESTMENTS , Local Bonds and Stocks 81 0 Chapel Street Specialists in COBALT CAflJN & POWELL CO., 35 Wall St, N3;v fort City. A Clean Record of Sixty-Four Years. Wo Law Snlta or nnpnld loea tinder any policlea iasued by the North Agen cy elnce Is wat established la 1843, Should this mean anything to a property holder who wants to get the benefit of an experienced and reliable "erency to look after bis insurance business? Onr rates are exactly the same as Ihoee charged by others. Why not look into this matter a 1!W tie? Perhaps you tako less pains in eelecting your lnsuranc than you do your cigars. JOHN C. NORTH. First Bulldlna Jfortu ot ths Post OiSoa, THE NATIONAL TRADESMENS BAflK 96 Orange St., NEW HAVEN. CONN. ESTABLISHED 1853. Capital $300,000 Surplus 308,343 Warren A. Spalding, President Robert A Brown, Vice-President Fred'k C. Burroughs, Cashier. Frank Ot Frisble, Asst. Cashier. Deposits May 20, 1007 $1,370,080.08 Total amount paid In Divi dends sinoe organization as National Bank 1,11,000.00 James H. Parish 8 Co. NEWTON & PARISH. Stocks and Bands Dsaisrs in nvBsnwt toritij 86 Orange Street