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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1907.
IT NOW IS THE TIME To place your money where it will 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-duy 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. ult of Conference of Bank ers with tne rresiaeni Awaited With Interest. IE FEATURES (F TEE STOCK MARKET ces in the Active Inst Had Sharp Rally. NEY QUOTED 7 PER CENT ie stock market enjoyed quite a v yesterday. lAnynow 11 uie mar- didn't enjoy it, many of the spec ive fraternity who have been ng in stock, did. ie bears tried to depress prices, were forced to yield. here was evidently a contest be en those who regarded stocks suf- .ntly cheap to buy them regardless political or commercial influences this included a large number of ill investors who buy in edd lots l the professional element who were urmlned to drive them. long conference between bankers 1 the political advisers of the prosi- t held in the afternoon was con led into possible relief in the ten i between the administration and ie corporations. .s the last hour waned the marked -ame stronger on -some very aggres e buying in considerable volume on ! rumor of Mr. Root's threatened res. 'or one thing, less was heard of im- iding financial troubles. An inter- w with John D. Rockefeller in a rning newspaper in which the Oil ng predicted financial and indus il chaos was read With Interest. But persons, however, thought things uld be allowed to come to such a he Standard Oil Interests are on the fensive, but they are not likely 13 dermine their investment position, t it Is obvious that Itheir indifference the decline in the market is a val ble asset to the bear party. Stavid 1 Oil stock broke again to-day to a 'el 80 points under the level of a we;;i o. The EiMdon Market. London , Aug. 13. Money was In good demand for stock exchange re quirements and rates were dearer. Dis counts were firm. The tone of the stock exchange was more cheerful, the satisfactory ar rangement of to-day's carryover lead ing to the belief that the settlement will not produce serious trouble. Prices shewed a distinct improvement, though there was little business, beyond the carryover, transacted. Consols opene lewer and rallied well under invest ment purchases. Internationals were irregular. Russians were easier and Japanese were affected by the rumors of negotiations in Berlin for a new Japanese loan. They recovered later. Japanese imperial sixes of 1904 closed at IO214. Feuvians were harder. Kio Tinto was weak. On the Bourse. Paris, Aug. 13. Prices on the bourse to-day were heavy owing to the ad vices from New York and London. Russian imperial fours were unquoted. Russian bonds of 1904 closed at 501.00. In Berlin. Berlin, Aug. 13. The Xew York ad vices of yesterday exercised but slight Influence on the bourse to-day. Trad ing was less nervous. Americans were steady and home shares generally were higher. P,m,f A 0,08,50 PRICES Jf,i.?v,er fr'va' wre of Prints & Whitely, members of tho new York and Boston Stock ExeHanGe9. Wow York office 6? Rroadwnv nnd 13 l enter street Now Haven Conn. New- York, Aug. 13. Bid. Asked. Money ruled at prohibitive prices ere was little 'borrowing on the basis 6 to 7 per cent, for thtrt:y-dlay to six nths' funds. Commercial paper is ry hard to negotiate under these con-, ions and it is apparent that the mer- ant will not renew his loans at such 1 orbitant rates. The result will be an ! bvitable reduction in the volume of tde. (Continued on Twelfth Page.) MARKET TOXE BETTER. loses Strong After Feverish and Fit ful Day. Tew York, Aug. 13 A' vastly better ie was shown by the stock market day, though the movement was nar- :w and at times feverish. Substan- il recoveries were the rule and the cent liquidation seemed to have run ; course. There was little In the y's development to bring about this ange other than a vague report that me statement of a conciliatory or assuring character will be shortly -.anated from the seat of the nation government. Color was lent to this the presence in town of several dis tguished representatives of the ad inistratiori. Another bit of the day's ssip was to liie effect that control the Northern Pacific road had ssed from the Hill to the Harrlman terests, but this was denied by the rties interested. As a matter of ct, the actual news of the day was rdly of a favorable nature. Intima ns that the federal authorities had elded to inaugurate a new anti-trust 'licy and the re-openlng of the Chica . & Alton ca.ie produced a feeling of easiness. Conditions abroad showed me improvement, especially in Lon n, where organized support was glv i to domestic securities. London light moderately in this market, but Id to take profits before the end of ie day. The upward movement in the cal marker gathered its greaitest mo- entum in the final hour. Concurrent ith the rise came a report that the ading banking interest of ''the coun y had made an appeal to President oosevelt for the restoration of con- lence, but no confirmation of this as ootamaime in wgn quarters. rices shaded slightly from the best the day on profit taking, b'"t the osing was strong. The time money arket displayed increased firmness, any of the local banks are out of ie money mariiet anu mucn 01 uie oney placed to-day was for Phila- lphia. Boston and Chicago mstitu ns. Private shipments of currency the west and south continue in mod- a to volume, but the demand prom os to become more urgent Kuoriiy. ho only important railroad return ot 0 day was the annual report of the itnadian Pacific road which showed increase of more than $2,300,000 in t, with a substantial gain in the :ial surplus". The company also de- ared t'r.o usual "extra" dividend. The bond market was irregular. To la sales par value $1,740,000. U. b. is declined ft per cent, on call. Aciams juxpress Co 150 Amalgamated Copper ., . 74 Am. Car Foundry Co. .. 38 do pfd gs " Am. Cotton Oil 32 do pfd 85 Am. Express Co 190 Am. Hide & Leather pfd. 17 Am. Ice Securities , 52 American Linseed Co'. . , 7 do pfd 19 Am. Locomotive Co 54 do pfd 103 Am. Smelt, and Refin. .. 99 do pfd 97 m. Sugar Defln. Co. ... 112 do pfd. 119 Anaconda Cop. Min. Co. 46 Atchi., Top. & St Fe ... 85 do pfd. .' 88 Atlantic Coast Line .... . 80 Baltimore & Ohio 91 do pfd 84 Bay State Gas Co 14 Brooklyn Rap. Trans. Co 46 Brooklyn Union Gas Co 105 Brunswick Co 10 Canada Southern 61 Canadian Pacific 166 Central Leather 1S do pfd . 89 Cen. of New Jersey ....170 Ches. & Ohio 34ft Chicago & Alton ....... 11 do pfd Chi. & E. Illnois pfd... Chi., Mil. & St. B 121 do pfd 143 Chi. & Northwest 142 C. R. I. & P. C. 4 p. c bds 66ft Chi., St. P., M. & Omaha. 120 Chicago Term. Trans. ... do pfd 13 Cleve., Or C. & St. L 58 Colorado Fuel & Iron 25 Colorado Southern 23 Consolidated Gas 105 Del. & Hudson 157ft Del. Lack. &-Vest. .... 450 Deh. & Rio Grande pfd... 67 Distillers Sec. Co 55 OSrie 22 do 1st pfd 52ft do 2d pfd 35 General Electric 128 Gt. Northern pfd 121 Hocking Valley 7G do pfd 75 Illinois Central 123 Inter. Metropolitan 10 Inter. Paper Co 12 ',4 do pfd 71ft Iowa Central 15 Kan. C, Ft S. & M. pfd. 70 Kansas City Southern .. 24ft do pfd 53ft Lake Erie & Western 12 Louis. & Nash 105ft Manhattan Elevated 125 Mexican Central 18 Mo., Kan. & Texas ..... 34ft do pfd 63ft Missouri Pacific 68 National Biscuit 71 National Lead Co 47ft N. Y. Air Brake 107ft N. Y. Cen. & Hudson .. 104 N. Y. & New Haven .... 160 N. Y. Ont. & West 32 Norfolk & Western .... 69 do pfd. 78 North American 60 Northern Pacific 119ft Pacific Mail 23ft Pensylvania R. R 117ft People's Gas, Chi 85 Pressed Steel Car 27 do pfd. 88 Pulman Palace Car Co.. . 125 Railway Steel Springs. . . Reading do 1st pfd 81ft Rep. Iron Steel Co 22 do pfd 71ft Rock Island Co 1S do pfd 41V4 Sloss Sheffield . . . .- . 47 Southern Railway Co. . . 17 do pfd 56 Southern Pacific 83 do pfd 110 St. Louis & Southwest. .. 19ft do pfd '. . 42 Tenn. Coal and Irion 135 ; Third Avrnue 88 Texas & Pacific 26 Tol., St. Louis & West. .. 24 do pfd 43 Twin City Rapid Transit 85 170 74 .39 100 32ft 90 210 19 55 8 30 53 104 99ft 97 113 121 46ft 86 89 84 92 87 47 112 12ft 63 167ft 19 90 180 34 19ft 49 125 122 144 143 66 135 ' 6ft 20 62 25ft 24 I07ft 157ft 460 71 56 22 53 36 129 121 85 130 10ft 12ft 72ft 17 75 25ft 54 22 106 127 18ft 34 64 68ft 73ft 47 110ft 104 166 33 70 82 65 119ft 24 117 86ft 27ft 90 159 36ft 90ft 81ft 23 78 18 42 4S 17 ft 59 83 111ft 20 45 150 92 27 25ft 43ft 88ft Union Pacific . . 128 128ft ! do pfd 80 83 U. S. Express Co 95 100 U. S. Realty & Imp. Co... 50 56 U. S. Rubber Co 28 29 do 1st pfd 94 95 U. S. Steel Co 32ft 32ft do pfd 95 95 do S. F. 5 per cent. .. 94 94 Vir. Car. Chem. Co 20 23 Wabash 11 12ft do pfd 21ft 21 Wclls-Fargo Express Co. 280 305 West Union Tel. Co ... . 75 77 West. Electrical Co 139 142 Wheel. & Lake' Erie 10 ,12 do 2d pfd 12 16 Wisconsin Central 14 15 do pfd 36 40 NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. Reported over private wires of, Prince & Whitely, members of the New York 'and Boston Stock Exchanges. New York office 62 Broadway, and 15 Center street, New Haven, Conn. New York, Aug. 13. ' Open, 'Amai Cop 71 A. Car & Foun. . 3S A. Cotton Oil Co . 32 A. Locomotive Co'. 50 do. pfd. 100 A. S. & Refin. Co. 95 A. S. Refin. Co. . Ill A. Woolen to. ... 22ft A., T. & Santa Fe 84 do. pfd 89 Bait. & Ohio 91ft Biook. Rap. Tran. 45ft Can. Pacific Cent. Leather ... Ches. & Ohio ... Chi. & Gt. West. C, M. & St. P. . Chi. & Northwest 140 C, C, C. & St. L.. cSft Col. Fuel & iron 23 Ccns. Gas .. 104 Del. & Hudson .. 155ft Erie do. 1st pfd. Gen. Elec. Co. Gt. North, pfd, Illi. Central .. Inter-Met do. pfd. ... 165 IS ft 33ft 10 120ft 2Hi 51 123 119ft 129 10 29 Louls.bft Nash .. 103ft 63 65 103ft 32 69 116ft 23ft 116 !., K. & T. pfd. , Missouri Faclfic . N. Y. C. & Hud., X. Y. O. & West, Nor. & West. .. North. Pacific ... Pacific Mail Pennsylvania .. . P. G. L. & C.C.C. 84 Reading 8Sft do. 1st pfd. ... 80 R. I. & Steel Co. 21ft do. pfd 77 Rock Island Co. . 18 do. pfd 41ft Sruth. Pacific ... 82 Smth. R'way Co. 17 do. pfd 56 Tcxa3 & Pacific . 25ft Union Pacific .... 125 do. pfd. S2 U. S. Rub. Co. .. do. pfd U. S. Steel Co. .. do pfd Wabash pfd W. Union Tel. Co. 28 92 30ft 94 21 75 High 74 3sn 32 53 103 99ft 113 23 86 89 92 47 167 19 34ft 10ft 122 142 60 25 107ft 158 22 52 128 122ft 129 10 30 108 G3ft 63 105 32ft 7o' 120ft 23ft 118 86 92ft 80 23 77 19 41 84 17 56 2Cft 129 S2 2Sft 94 " 32 95 21 75 ft .Low.Last. 70 36ft 32 50ft 99 94 109 22 83ft 89 90ft 44ft 1G3 18 33ft 74 3S 32 53 103 99ft 113 23 86 89 46ft 166 19 34ft 9 10ft 118ft 122 139ft 58 22ft 103ft 155 21 51 125 117 129 10 28ft 112 5S 25 107ft 157 ft 21 52 128 121 129 10 20 103ft 106 63 63ft 65.ft 6S 102 104 31ft 32ft 69 69. 115ft 119ft 23ft 23ft 115 117 S4 85 87ft 89 21ft 76ft 18ft 40ft 81ft 16ft 55 91 80 22 77 1S 41 83 17 53 25 '26ft 124ft 128 S2 27 92 30ft 93 20ft 82' 2&ft 94 32 ft 95ft 21ft 75ft nOSTOW STOCK MARKET. Reported over pr.vate wires of Horn blower & Weens, members of the New York and Boston Stock Ex changes, Nw Haven office, 27 Center street. - Boston, Aug. 12. High Low Bid Asked Adventure 2ft 3 LVllouez 33 35 Arcadian 4ft 4ft 5 5ft Atlantic 11 10 Bingham. lift 10 lift lift Boston Cons 20 18 Calumet & Hecla. 740 739 746 Centennial. .. 22 22 22 23 Copper 'Range .. 67 65 67 67ft Daly West 13ft 14ft Franklin 10ft 10 Greene 13ft 12 13ft 13ft Isle Royal 14 14 14ft 15 Mohawk 67 65 67 68 Ntrtli Butte 66ft' 62 Old Dominion ... 31ft 30 31 31ft Osceola 108 103 Parrot 15 14 ft Qulncy 98ft 96 Shannon .. 13ft 12ft 13ft 13ft Tamarack 82 79 , 82 85 Trinity .. -.. , 16ft 15ft 16 16ft U. S. M. pfd 39ft 39 39 39 Utah Cons 40 38 40 41 Wolverine 145 143 Am. Tel. & Tel. .. 104 104 105 106 Swift & Co 104 104 United Shoo com.. 40ft United Fruit .. .. 109ft 109ft 109ft 110 New Haven 162 162 160 . 161 Mass. Gas 52 51ft LOCAL STOCK QUOTATIONS. Quotations reported by Klmborly. Root & Co. Investment Brokers, 133 Or ange street. New Haven, Conn.: Par. Bid Auk oil City Bank 100 -145 First National 100 175 .. Mechanics 60 65 Merchants National.. 50 68 70 Nat. New Haven.... 100 196 201 New Haven County.. 10 17ft 19 National Tradesmens. 100 175 .. Second National .... 100 19C .. Yale National 100 137 140 Mow Haven Trust .. I0J 12S People's B. & Trust. 100 102ft ' .. Union Trust 109 160 .. THE NATIONAL TRADESMEN BANK 96 Orange St., NEW HAVEN. CONN. ESTABLISHED X800. Capital S30O.000 Surplus i 300,84a Warren A. Spalding, President Robert A Brown, Vice-President Fred'k C. Burroughs, Cashier. Frank B. Frisbie, Asst. Casl ier. Deposits May 20, 1007 $1,370,080.08 Total amount paid In Divi dends since organization oa National Bank f 1,191,000.09 Railroad Stocks. : Par. Bid Aske.1 Boston & Albany . . .' 100 220 221 Conn. II. & Lt Com.. 100 70 72 do. pfd 100 .. 78 Danbury & Bethel.. 25 18 H. & Conn. West 100 .. 46ft L. Northern 100 202 f. Y. & N. II 100 164 ft 1G6 Woat -Shore 25 Zi .. Miscellaneous Stocss. V'.r. Bid. Asked. Adams Express 200 145 .165 American Brass .... 100 .. 120ft Am. Hardware 100 .. 127 Cons. lioUinf? -dtt 8 8 Edison, Boston 100 210 212 International Silver . 100 6 8 iio. pfd 100 65 67 New Haven Gas 25 .. 47ft New Haven Water.. 50 98 Peck, Stow & Wilcox 25 . ; 65 Security Insurance... 25 45 10 Swift & Co..... 100 105 108 Telephones N. Y. & N. J 100 .. 112 Ones. & Potoinao . 100 ,. 69 S. N. E 100 .. 108 llnllroud Bonds, Berkshire St. Ry. 5s, 1022. Bridgeport Trac. 5s. 1923. Bristol Tramway 4 ft, 1945 Conn. R. & L. 4ft, 1951, .. Cons. Ry. 4s, 1954 Cons. Ry. 4s 1956, guar... Cons. Ry. debs., 1930 D. & N. s 1955 Dan. & Bethel 5s, li)14... Harlem & P. C 4s, 1911... do. 4s, 1954 Hart. & Conn.W.4fts,1923 Housatonlc 4s, 1910 do. 53, 1937.... Mer. & Comp. 6s. 1928. ... Meridcn Street 5s. 19i4... Naufratuck 4s, 1954 Northampton 6s, 1909.... N. H. & Center 5s, 1933. . . N H. &' Derby 5s, 1918... N. H. & W. H. 5s. 1913.... N II. Street 5s, 1913.... New Lon. St. 5s. 1923....". N 1 Northern 4s, 1910.... N Y.. N. II. & H. 4s. 1914 RY.N.H. & H. 3fts 1947. NY N.II.con.Sfts. 196b. N Y, N. If. & IT. 4s. 1955.. do. 3ft 1954 ..... N Y. & N. E. 4s. 1945.... N Y. & N. E. 5a. 1945 . NYProv. & Bos. 4ft, 1942 Shore Line 4fts, 1910..... Wor. & C. E. 4s, 1948.... Bid. Asked. 100 .. ' 9S 97 91ft 100 S7 100 97 102 101 ft lo'i 102 98 '97ft 100 MlscelJoncous Tlonfl. Bid. 96 102 103 90 100 99 Adams Express Boston Elec. 6s, 1908...... Hrar.foni I & W. fi,l fnter. Silver di'b. 6s, 1933 do 1st 635 1948. ....... Middletown, 3.05. 1942... N H (J:is com. 4s, 1910-15 N H Water con 4s, 1910-15 N. II. City Park 3fts N 15. Sewer 4s. 1914...... N H. Clt BrldfTO Sfts...... New Mil. Water nr. 1932.. S. N. E. Tel Es, 1948 Swift Sr. Co. Ss 1914 United 111. 4s 1940 .!00 100 106 98 ft om 92 80 105 io'j 100 103 114 107 108 105 112 102 102 105 99 08 87 100 94 86ft 97 112 103 103 Asked. . 09 . 108 91 107ft 168 162ft U8 100 105 109 101 05 Ex-dividend. MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY FPRM'niCS A CONVENIENT AND SECPHE PLAfH FOR THI5 DEPOSIT OF tOVTl SB CtmiTIES AND T-AI.toAm.KS. 2 CHURCH STREET SAFETY Must always be the!ftrst consid eration in banking: affairs. The Security for all funds offered by this bank is of the highest character and guarantees safety. Your account is Invited. Interest paid on Certificates of Deposit. TRUS COMPANY 40' Church St. Capital ?20O,000. Surplus nnd Profits 79,083.33. Business Men Who Appreciate Good Banking Service Will find that the Merchnnts National Bank is amply prepar ed at all times to slve their banking interests the best atten tion and care. Make this Bank your deposlt torv, and you will be well pleas ed." ' , MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 270 STATE STREET, Naw Haven First Mt Real Estate Loans For Sale 5005 per cent. 25005 per .cent. 9006 per cent. , 3000 5 per cent. 1300 5 per cent. 3000 5 uer cent. 1000 (j per cent. 3000 (5 per cent. 17006 per cent. 3200 R per cent. 2300 5 per cent. 3500 5 per cent. 25O0 5 per cent. Full particulars regarding any loan furnished on application. Lomas & Nsttleton BANKERS AND BSOKB83. ?37 ORANGE STREET BUSINESS MEN Who are desirous of selecting a depository for their funds, which in every respect is thoroughly equipped to carefully, correctly and expeditiously handle large or small accounts, are invited to take advantage of the facilities of this bank. &1 BONDS STOCKS LOCAL SECURITIES Fr S, Butterworth &,Co. Exchange Building INVESTMENT SECURITIES. Private Wires. Telephones 3100-3101 DICK BROS BANKERS AND BROKERS, 30 .BROAD ST., NEW YORK. , D,- MKHBERS New York Stoek Exohnne Philadelphia Stock Exchnnge Tfnr York Cotton Exchanfte Ncvr York Coffee Exchange New Orlenn.n Cotton Exobanrc -Chicago Board of Trade . Associate Members IMvcrpool Cottun Exchange. Stocks, Bonda, Cotton, Grain nnd Coffee, EDWARD B. EAMES Mgr. NEW HAVEN HTIANCH. 83 CENTER STREET. ohn Knox & Co., Commission Brokers Hubinger Building, 840 Chapel Street, Telephone B170. NEW HAVEN, CONN. Correpondcnt John Mornn. Stocks, Bond, Grain nnd Cotton bought nnd sold foif cash or on moderate deposit. t Quick' acrvlce, prompt delivery) Immediate settlement. Also dculer in mining securities o f high eradc. GUST VESTMENT New Haven Water Co. stock. N. Y.. N. H. & H. R. K. Co. Ss of 1054. ' N. . Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Co. 4s of 1955. ' ' : N. Y., N. H. & H. H. R. Co., Sa of 1958. Providence Securities do. 4s of 1957. Guaranteed principal and interest by the N. Y N. H. & H. R. R. Co. Consolidated Railway Co. 4s of 1955. Consolidated Railway Co. 4s of 1950. Guaranteed principal and interest by the .N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Co. BranTord Klectrlo Company 1st Mtge. S- bonds of 1937. Conn. Ry. & Lighting Co. l,4s qf 1951. Conn. Ry. & Lighting C6. 4 Prefer red Stock. Conn. Ry. & Lighting Co. i Common Stock. international Silver Co. 1st Mortgage G bonds of 1948. International Silver Co. 1st Mtge. 6 Debentures of 1933. Tri-Ctty Ry. & Light Co. 5 bonds of 1923. Tri-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 tline notes to yield from 5 to 7. For Sa'e by. TheChas.W. ScrantonCo. Investment Brokers 103 ORANGE, STREET Bonds and Stocks For Sale. m4,x ntxn W V IV. IT. W H. ItR. NOtefl. 910,0110 Conn. Ky. & Light. 4 1051. n.OOO l onn, ity. i.ikoi. ,000 lulcrusilionul Silver 6, 104H. 5.200 N. II. Water Co. convertible 4s. 10,000 l onn. Hy. 4i, lHBfl. endorsed. 100 Shares New Haven Water. 25 Shares S. N. E. Telephone. 50 Shares American Brass. 50 Shares Conn. Hy. Light. 4 Pref. 7B Shores Conn. By. & Ll(tht. 4 com. O Shares National New Haven Bunk. 10 Shares Yale National Bank. KIMBERLY, ROOT & CO.. Tel. 1109. 133 Orange Street. Prirate wires to New York and Boston, 'I H. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS Investment Securities 108 ORANGE STREET. . rince & Whitely Bankers and Brokers, $2 Broadway, New York, .a ad 15 Center St., New Haven. Members X. 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 WE OFFER SUBJECT TO SALE I $15,000 1st mtg. 5 iold Bonds, 1932, of Union Electric Light & Power Co. of St. Louis, Mo. Earning' year ending March 31, 1907 $2,014,242 83 Operating expenses and taxes 1,003,353 81 Net earnings $1,010,889 02 Annual interest charge ... 506,000 00 Surplus $504,889 02 Bonds can be registered as to prin cipal. Company controls without competition and undor most favorable franchises, the entire electric lighting and power business of St. Louis, the fourth citv in the IT. S. Price to yield 5'i- The W. T. Fields. Co., 90 2 CHAPEL ST. INVESTMENT BONDS 41 On St, New Haven, Conn. JJ&Union Trust Co. NEW HAVEN. Chartered b,y tne state of Connecticut with authority to act as Executor. Ad ministrator, Guardian, Receiver, or Trustee, under will or deed. Is legal depository of money paid in- rt I Viin't nnd iMihlir. Timid 1.-..,.-. . as Trustee for Municipalities, Coi-Dor. Trusts of all kinds. Empowered, to act as registrar of Stocks, Bonds on 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, collecting checks, notes, coupons and receives deposits. The principal of each trust is invested by Itself and kept separate and apart from the gen eral assets of the Company. This Company is by law regularly examined by the Bank Examiner of tho Stale of Connecticut. HENRY I,. HOTCHK1SS, President. 8KtiBaB3Saiiiiiaii iitOe.NE S. BRISTOL, Treasurer. The New York State Standard Life Insurance Policy INSURES against your death. PROTECTS your family, your business 2nd Investments. PROVIDES for your own future or that of wife, dauehter or son. CULTIVATES thrift and habit of saving. PREVENTS worry, care and improvi dence. CREATES an asset' better than a bank deposit because it will be Insured IF BACKED FINANCIALLY By Hie Equirable Life Assurance Society OF THE ITXITED STATES. PAUL MORTON, President. ..For particulars nnnlv to r. w. pop. TEIt, Mgr., Exchange Building-, New naven, ionn. BRANCH OFFICE oodyJcUllaii He:, BANKERS ANU BROKERS 27 Broadway, Kw Tork. v MEMBERS Or New York Slock Exchange Bonds and Stocks Bongbt and sold oa comunlaeion for cnU or carried on margins alao Cotton, Grain and ProvlatoKa, Investment Securities A SPECIALTY, New Harea Branch, 2S and St Center 8 k NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 317 Stats Stroet. . ESTABLISHED ISSi. Capital, . 350,000 Surplus and Profit, 350,000 This bank offers to dc positorsevery facility for business and invites the ac counts of corporations, firms"' and individuals. , , I EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, President. HORATIO G. REDFIELD, Caahler. WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, Asst Casfcfar. C. E. mMi Sen HIGH GRADE INVESTMENTS Local Bonds and Stocks 81 0 Chapel Street Specialists in COBALT SHARES ; CAHIN POWELL CO., 35 Wall St., New fort City. A Clean Record , of Sixty-Four Years. No Law Solta or nnpald loaae under any policies issued by the North Ajea cy since Is was established in 1843. Should this mean anything t property holder who wants to gat the benefit of en experience and reliable agency to look after his tnsuraace business! Onr rates are exactly tha same es those charged by other. Why not look into this matter a lit tle? Perhaps you take less pains in selecting; your Insurance than you da your cigars. JOHN C. NORTH. to cmrncB street. First Building North of the Post OSee. James H. Parish t Co. v nceceaiagj NEWTON & PARISH. Slocks and Bonds Dsalars in Investment Secu;Ki . 86 Orange Street