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-'NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1907.
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YOUR SIDE OF THE
? ? LV? yr? fare not cumulating any money that your
put la." is too heavy? Before you say that, better realize it's practical
ly a cu"fesjon failure! ? matter what your living costs, or how
much you are putting elsewhere, save a little surplus, for the surplus
is the world s mtasure of success.
A Savings Bank account Is the only tangible surplus. It's the small
savings that count. Many a person who could siive onlv a dollar a
week at first lias been able to save many times that amount in a short
time. It s Uie encouragement it gives that counts.
ThePeop$s
.
LATE FEATURES OF
THE STOCK MARKET
Searching for the Late Cheer
ful Feeling.
COPPERS WORSE AGAIN
Industrials Heavy, Sterling
Higher, New York Bonds
React, Bears Active.-
A distinct evaporation of last week's
Tiore cheerful feeling was manifest on
;he stock exchange yesterday.
The trouble was with the coppers.
rhe news came that the price of cop
per metal was going lower yet. This
wealed a chance for the bears, and
hey sailed into prices of stocks.
There was very little resistance in
uch shares as Amalgamated Copper,
Imelters and United States Steel, which
ell 1 1-4 to 4 points. Naturally so
harp a reaction communicated an un
avorable tone' to the railroad issues.
'hey declined 1 to 2 points.
The previous week of rising prices
or stocks and semi-speculative bonds
ad placed the market in a technical
ly weak position, so that, yesterday's
nsettlement in metal and the tension
'ft the local traction situation, with an
arly drop in New York city 4 l-2s, pn
Milch market interest has been fo-
ussed, made a very good basis for
peculatlve selling.
In itself the reaction 'in the city
onds was not particularly strong.
'he wonder rather was that the up-
ard movement should have con
nued so long, and at so rapid a pace,
ith virtually no check at all.
There was liquidation in the coppers
broad where all metal shares weaken
ed and the metal was offered to a low-
;r level. Rio Tin tos were liberally sold
;y French holders, who fear a cut in
le dividend rate. It seems to be prac
cally certain that the rate on Anacon-
i-a and Amalgamated will be reduced
text month. A dozen or more smaller
reducers whose margin 'of profit at
:5 cents is exceedingly small will, prob-
;bly follow the lead of the older com
panies.
Expectation that an early decision
ould be reached in regard to the fu
ire of the local tractions placed some,
ling of a Weight on the market. The
rectors of the various roads In the
iyan-Belmont system were in session
sterday afternoon there was also
ime uneasiness were the possibility of
ore uniavorame developments In the
andard Oil hearing.
Over 75 per cent, of the day's sell-
5 could be trac.ed to the speculative
ment. The bears put out fresh lines
short stock. They claimed that the
irket had ceased to respond to man
ilation for the rise and that the ef-
fct of the rise In city bonds was
out over.
London houses sold about 15,000
hires on balance. 1
Higher money rates are looked for
'the end of this week and into Oc
.ier. The October financing will be
jusually heavy. Dividend and inter-
payments call for $150,000,000. Be
ming next week it is expected that
pments to the interior will expand,
:i that they will more than offoet
treasury deposits. The rise in
frling is another factor making for
onger loaning rates.
'
There was not much liquidation. for
; account Of the outside public.
h chief influencing lactors were
fught to .have been about "dis-
inted" for the time-being, so far
railroad securities ara concerned.
fhere was a good deal nf uncasi-
s regarding the traction situation,
was felt that the surface compa-
-- were very close to a receivership.
lot since the first week of May has
money loaned as low as i per
t, the rate t'.t which the market
;ed yesterday.
Wall street railway expert says
f. a careful review of the operations
he Reading Railroad company and
subsidiary company, the Central of
' Jersey, for the last fiscal year
rly shows that the earnings on the
ding stocks for the year can be
ly estimated at 21 per cent. It
- pays dividends of 4 per cent, per
urn.
cording to a report President
ling of the St. Paul Railway com-
Jf- informed the stockholders at the
lal meeting that in his opinion the
ent financial conditions make new
rprises Impracticable.
ntrary to the experience of most
r companies during the recent de-
l" in prices the number of stoek-
rs in the Standard Oil company
Idecreased about 200 since the agl-
n and litigation against the com-
j by the government became ag-
Hve. Presumably Mr. Rockofpl-
holdings have increased.
----------------- -
MONEY QUESTION.
00'
AKDv
(33 inaaei bi, t
SETBACK IN MARKET.
Foreign Influence) Considered Largely
Responsible.
New York, Sept. ,23. The rise in se
curities prices, which showed signs of
gaining headway towards the end of
last week, was brougn to a rather
abrupt pause to-day. The influences
which produced this great effect were
traceable principally to foreign
sources. The London market gave
clear intimation early to-day that it
was not prepared to adopt fully the
assumptions of a definite clearing of
the money outlook, which became
prevalent in New York last week, ow
ing to the Improved position of our
own money market. The Bank of
England was obliged, again, to share
with Berlin and Paris the open market
supply of gold and money and dis
counts hardened In London. Sterling
exchange in New York also advanced.
The effect was to revive again the con
sideration of the requirements before
the money markets, whicn will be nor
mally large for the next month or six
weeks. The October first settlements
are looked forward to with more or
less apprehension in Berlin.
Conditions in the copper market re
asserted their Influence on securities
markets both here and abroad The
price of the metal showed a violent de
cline in London and information re
garded as reliable was of sales made in
New York by the great producers at
the equivalent of fifteen cents a pound
for cash. Rumor was busy, at the same
time, with suggestions of coming re
duction in dividend on the copper
stocks. Other metal industrials were
most affected in sympathy, but the
whole market was under the depressing
influence thus exertised. The resump
tion of the Standard Oil hearinsr, ex
pectation of a decision in the Chicago
& Alton immunity question and belief
that a determination was imminent on
the troubled problems confronting the
New York Traction companies were
contributing factors to the backset in
the market.
A strong impression was ceated also
by the sharp reaction In the New York
city 4 1-2 per cent, bonds, owing to
the grzit stress which has been' laid
cn their advance aj evidenced an im
proving investment situation. Weather
conditions wer.e responsible for the
shurp decline In cotton and corn, which
was not hurtful in Its inlluence on
stocks.
Bonds were irregular. Total sales
par value $2,4)6,000.
U. S. bonds were unchanged on call.
CLOSING PBICES
Reported over privata wires of Prints
& Whltely, irenibars of tho new
York and Boston Stock Exchanges,
Now York office 63 rrrondway nd IS
.'enter streo- Now Haven Corn.
New York, Sept. 23.
Adams Express Co. ..... 150 '
Amai. copper CO
Am. Car Foundry Co. , . 38Vi
60
38
86i,4
90
210
105
do pfd. . . : 95
Am Cotton Oil iyt
do pfd 85
Am Express. Co. ... .... 195
Am Locomotive Co 53
do pfd 102
Am bugar Refin. Co. ... 113 113
do pfd. ....... 117 120
Am Woolen Coi 21 22
Anaconda Cop. Jtin. Co.. 38w3
Atchi., Top. & st Fe ., A 87
do pfd S9
Atlantic Coast Line 82.
Bait. & Ohio 9114
do pfd .- 83
Bay State Gas Co
Brooklyn Rap Trans Co.. 46
Broklyn Union Gas Co... 100
Brunswick Co 9
Canada Southern 63
Canadian Pacific 16414
Central of New Jersey ,, 177
Chi. & Ohio 34
Chicago & Alton 11
do pfd ,-, 48
Chi.& E. Illinois pfd. . .
Chi. & Gt. Western 9
do A pfd. 40
39
88
91
91
87
46
110
12
63
165
ISO
34ya
IS
49
125
9
42
Chi., SHI. & St. Paul
121 121
do pfd 147
148
147
135
6
25
C5
23
24
106
159
485
70
58
20
47
37
129
130
142
9
13
72
16
75
27
20.
109
120
17
35
67
70
51
111
Chi. & Northwest 146
Chi., St. P. M. & Omaha 128
Chicago Term., Trans. .. 4
do pfd 15
Clove., C. C. & St. L 63
Colorado Fuel & Iron .. 22
Colorado Southern 23
Consolidated Gas 104
Del. & Hudson 158V.
Del. Lack. & West 74
Den. & Rio Grande pfd.. 68
Distillers Sec. Co 51
Erie 20
do 1st pfd 46
do 2d pfd 37
General Electric 125
l,Gt. Northern pfd 130
Illinois Central 136
Inter. Metropolitan 9
Inter Paper Co 13
do pfd 70
Iowa Central .... 16
Kan. C. Ft. S. & M. pfd. 70
Kan. City Southern .... 26
do pfd JSg-
Lake Erie & West. .... 12
Louis. & Nash 109 .
Manhattan Elevated .... 118 -
Mexican Central 1714
Mo., Kan. & Texas .... 35
do pfd 66
Missouri Pacific 69
National Load Co 60
N. Y. Air Brake 109
N. Y. Cen. & Hudson
106 106
N. Y., Chi. & St. Louis
N. Y. & New Haven , ,
N. Y. Ont. & West. .,
Norfolk & Western . ,
33
154
33
37
156
34
72
84
60
1 12
do pfd 7
North American ....... 59
.Northern Pacific 131 131
Pacific Mail ..... 23 2fi
Penn. R. R 120 120
People's Gas, Chi 86 87
Pressed Steel Car ........ 21 28
do pfd 83
Pullman Palace Car Co. . 156
Railway Steel Springs .. 36
Reading 96
do 1st pfd 76
Rep. Iron & Steel Co. .. 21
do pfd. 73
Rock Island Co ' 19
do pfd 45
8S
158
37
96
0
21
75
19
45
15
54
86
110
18
46
145
28
25
47
6
57
131
82
90
53
32
92
28
91
95
22
11
21
SOO
138
17
40
Southern Railway Co. ... 15
do pfd 5314
Southern Pacific 86
do pfd 109$;
St. Louis & Southwest. . . 17U
do pfd 42
Ten. Coal and Iron 135
Texas & Pacific 27
Tol., St. Louis & West. . . 24
do pfd 46
Union Bag & Paper Co. . . 5
do pfd 54
Union Pacific .... . 131
do pfd 81
U. E. Express Co 87
U. S. Realty & Imp. Co. . 50
U. S. Rubber Co. 28
do 1st pfd. 89
U. S. Steel Co 28
do pfd 91 -
do S. F. 5 per cent. .. 94
Vir. C.r. Chem. Co 20
Wabash' 3.114
do pfd 20
Wells-Fargo Express Co. 250
West. Electrical Co 130
Wisconsin Central 15
do pfd 33
XEW YOHIC STOCK MARKET.
Reported over private wires of Prin.'0
& Whitelcy, members of the New
York and Boston Stock Exchanges.
New York olllce, E2 Broadway, and 15
New York, Sept. 23.
Opjn.HIgh.Low.Lasr.
!Amal. Copper ... 61 61 59 0
A. Car & Foun. 39 39 28 3S
A. Cot. Oil Co... 33 33 3 33
A. Locomotive Co 52 53 52 53
A. S. & Refin. Co 92 53 52 63
A. S. Refin. Co. . 114 114 113 113
A. Woolen Co. .. 22 22 22 22
A., T. & Santa Fo 88 SS S7 87
do. pfd 90 90 90 90
Bait. & Ohio .... 91 91 91 61
C. R. T 47 17 "48 46
Can. Pacific; 164 104 164 161
Cent. L:.':u:i. pCd.. 83 S3 82 82
Ches. & Ohio .... 34 84 31 31
Chi. & Gt. West. . 9 9 9 9
C, M. & St. P. . . 122 122 120 121
Chi. & Northwest 146 147 140 147
Col. Fuel & Irou 22 23 22 23
Del. & Hudson .. 159 159 158 158
Erie 21 21 21 21
do. 1st pfd. .. 47 47 47 47
Gen. Elcc. Co. ... 129 129 128 128
Gt. North, pfd. .. 130 131 129 130
Intcr.-Mot 10 10 9 9
do. pfd 25 28 28 28
Louis. & Nash. .. 109 109 109 100
Missouri Pacific . 70 70 69 69
N. Y. C. & Hud. 106 107 106V. MS1..
N. Y. O. & W. .. 34 34 34 34
Norfolk & West.. 72 72 72 72
North Pacific ... 133 133- 131 131
Pennsylvania . . 121 121 12C 121
People's Gas .... 86 86" 86 86
Reading 97 97 96 96
R. I. & Steel Co. 25 21 21 21
do. ptd 74 74 74 74
Rock Island Co.. 20 20 19 19
do. pfd 46 46 45 45
South. Pacific ... 86 86 85 86
South. R'way Co. 15 15 15 15
do. pfd 54 M 54 54
Union Pacific ... 132 132 130 131
do. pfd 81 81 81 81
U. S. R. Co 30 30 30 30
o!x pfd 91 91 91 91
U. S. Steel Co. ... 29 29 23 28
do. pfd 92 92 90 91
Wabach pfd 20 20 20 20
W. U. Tel. Co. .. 76 76 76 70
BOSTON STOCK MARKET.
Reported ovr pr.vate wires of Horn
btower & WeeKs, :r,embf)rs of th(j
New York ana Boston Sioek Ex
changes, Inw Haven office, 27 Center
street.
Boston, Sept. 23.
HIsh.Low.Bid.Acked.
Adventure 2 2
Allouez 30 32
Atlantic. 10 9 9 10
Bingham 9 8 8 9
Boston Cons 19 18 18 1S
Calumet fir Hscla. 630 630 630
Centennial 19 1914 19 20
Copper Range ... 59 5S 58 59
Daly West ..... 13 13 12 13
Franklin 9 9 8 9
Greene .. .". 10 9 '9 ,9
Isle Royal 15 15 15 16
Miss. Cons 3 3
Mohawk .. 59 58 58 5S
North Butte 51 4!) 49 49
Old Dominion ... 25 24 21 25
Osceola 95 95 93 95
Parrot 12 1314
Qulricy 82 80 80 81
Shannon 10 10 10 10,
Tamarack 6S 68 67 63 "
Trinity 14 14 14 14
XT. S.:M. pfd 38 37 37 38
Utah Cons 37 , 36 33 36,
Am. Tel. & Tel. . 10S 107 107 108 "
Swift & Co 103 103
United Shoe com.. 41 40 40 40
da. pfd 25 25
United Fruit .. .. 115 115 114 115
New Haven .. .. 157 ( 155 155" 156
Mass. Gas 53 ' 52 52 52
LOCAL STOCK Q.COTATJUN5.
Quotations reported lir Klir.berly,
Root & Co. Investment Brokers. 123 Or
ange street. New Haven. Conn.:
I'ar. Bid Aska.l
City Bank
Fit st National
MoohnnirR
100 145
100 ITS
60 68
60 66
130 195
TO
70
McrclviPTfi National..
Nat Xcw Haven...,
1(1
National Tradenen9. 100 176
secoua putioisti .... ioo 195
Yale National 100 137
Now Haven Trusr .. 103 12b
Peoplo'r B. & Trust. 100 lOtVt
Union Trust , 100 IBs
SHicellancous StucKi.
141
P".r.
Adams Express .... 200
American Brass .... 100
Am. Hardware 100
Cons. Knlling jo
Edison, Boston 1)0
International Silver . 10U
do. pfd 100
New Haven Gaa 25
N"W Haven Water... Co
Teck, Stow & Wilcox 25
Security Insurance... 2,1
Swift & Co 100 1
Telephones
N. Y. & N. J 100
Ches. A- Potomac. 10)
S. N. E 100
15td. Asked.
150 100
120
125
! 8
202 204
6 8
64 65
46
97
.. bh
4 60
)2 104
109
55
106
L
Bid Asked.
218 215
69
76
1
Railroad Stocks.
Boston & Albany..., 100
Conn. R. ic Lt. co.. luo
do. pf 100
Danbury & Bethel.. ;3
ti. & uonn. west.... 100
N. L. Northern 100 200
45
159
i. 1. a: m. 11 , lot!
.West 3lwr X,,.1JJL,J, si
158
23
Railroad Sand.
Bid.
100
' 97
97
.
91
Asked.
105
93
91
93
S5
105
10)
100
102
110
106
107
'Berkshire St. Ry. 5s, '132.
' Bridgeport Trac. 5s. 1923.
i Bristol Tramway, 4, 1945
1 Conn. R. & L. 4s, 1951. .
Cons. Ry 4s, 1954
Conn. Rv 4s, 1956, guar...
Conn. Ry. debs., 19S)
, D. & N. 4a 1955
Dan. & Bethel 5s,
Harlem & P. C. 4s, 1911..
do. 4s, 1954
jl-T-frt. & Conn.V.4s,1923.
Housatonic 4s. 1910 .
I do. 6s, 1937
Iter. & Comp. 5s. 192S
Meriden Street 5s, 1924...
Naugatuck 4s, 1954
Northampton Cs, 1909
N. H. & Center 5s. 1933
N. II. & Derby 5s, 1918
N. H. & W. If 5s. 19!!....
iN. II. Street 5s. 1913
New Lon. St. 5s. 1923
N. L. Northern 4s, 191Q. ...
N. Y N. K. & H. 4 s. 1914
; N. Y.. N. H. & II. 3 s,1947
10
97
96
105
109
103
102
505
99
96
86
97
94
S5
110
99
101
100
100
102
98
y. & N.H.con.S4.136.
N. Y., N. H. & H. 4s. "1955..
do. 3s, 1954
N. Y. & N. E. 5s. 1945...
N. Y. & N. E. 4s. 1945
N.Y.,Prov. & lies. 4f, 1942
Shore Line 4t.s, 1910
Wor. & C. E. 4s, 19IS
95
lOli
101
(Continued on Twelfth Page.)
Two Stroncs
Points.
The Safe Deposit Vault of tho
New Haven Trust Company it I
the best place for your valua
bles. A Safe Deposit Box in this
Vault secures Absolute Protec
tion acaiust lire and theft. It la
convenient and accessible ut all
times during banking hours.
Safe DrpoNlt Flexes
fo Xl-nt
At Hcasouitlile Rales.
V&l CCMPAKV
BONDS AMD NOTES
Paying 5 to 7 Per Cent. Net.
lake Shore & 51. S. Railroad.
N. Y. Central Raflroml. '
Chcscpeakc & Ohio Railroad.
Pennsylvania Railroad. 7
X. Y., N. H. & I. R. R.
WestiiiRhouHp Electric Company.
Iiackuwanna'Stccl Company.
KUKBERLY. ROOF & CO..
Tel. J109. 133 Orange Sfree.
Prlrate nlrr to New York and Uoaton
New Haven First M
Real Estate bans For Sala
3.000 5 r'
1.600 fx,,
3,500 6'.'
fin 06
1,500 6
1.80.) r,-
4.500 5 1
1.5006
600 0'-7
1,500-6S,
f,00 6
3,0005
2,l.i0-5
5,0005
1.6006
2,0006
1.S00 5
1,0006
1.3006
1,0006
BOO frf.
4,500 6
Full particulars recording any loan
furnished on application.
Lorn as & Nettlaton
ANKERS and BROKERS
137 Orange Street.
DO IT NOW
Fire Insurance.
Cannon, Morse 4 Co.
792 Chapel St.
WE OFFER
CONNECTICUT RAILWAY AND
LIGHTING COMPANY
4 PREFERRED STOCK.
Leased to the Consolidated
Railway Compaipy for 999
years. tease guaranteed by
New York, Hew Haven and
Hartford Railroad Company.
Dividends payable by check
quarterly, February, May, Au
gust and November 15, Tax
exempt in Connecticut. Price
to yield over 5, which malses
it the cheapest obligation of
the New York, New Haven and
Hartford Railroad system, eith
er in its guaranteed stocks or
debentures.
We consider this stock very
attractive at above price.
Ilefeltaieste.
Investment Brokers
103 ORANGE, STREET
H. C. WARREN & CO., I
t
BANKERS t
Investment Securities
1 08 ORANGE S TREE T. f
WE SHALL BE PLEASED
To discuss any matter pertaining to bai.klng business with
representatives of cornoiations. firms or Individuals. Every
consideration consistent with conservative banking ia extend
ed to our patrons. A uniform courtesy is extended to all de
positors without regard to the size of their accounts.
fe
BONDS STOCKS
F. S. Butterworih & Co.
Exchange Building
- INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
Private Wins.
W 2 9jP P"! ST 4f5
u i w r o n j
30 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK
MEMBERS
w York Stock r-hanse Phlladclpliln Stock Exchange
Now Torlt Cohon KK-lianRC New York Coffee Exdmnge
Kcw OrleKBs fo'.iou Exelmnse Chicago Board of Trade
AMsuelate Jlrmlcrj Liverpool Cotton Exchange. Stocks, Bonds,
Cotton, Grain and Coffee.
EDWARD B. EAJVJES, Mgr.
XEW HA VEST DJMXCn ' S3 CENTER STREET.
olin Knox &Go.. Commission Broker
Hubinger Building, 840 Chapel Street,
Telephone BIVO. NEW HAVEN. CONl
Correspondent Joba Mora.
Storks, Bonds, Grntn nail Cotton bought and sold foe cask or on modern to
deposits.
Quick service, prompt delivery) I mmedlate settlements.
Also dealers In mining; securities of Iil&h crude.
"PREPAYMENT OF DEBENTURES"
THE MIDDLESEX BANKING COMPANY
of Middlotown, Conn.
Will pay upon presentation at their office debentures of the following
series, with Interest to date of payment: ;
Serlw DOS, Due October 1, 1007.
Series DCS and D69, Due November 1, J 007.
S THE NATIONAL
TRADESMEN BANK
98 Orange St.,
NEW HAVEN. CONN.
Cordially Invites you to deposit such
funds as you may consistently turn to
us witliout Interfering with existing re
lations with oMier banking Institutions.
We would be pleased to'havi you call
or open correspondence on the subject.
Capital
Surplus earnings over
5301,000.00
. . . .13:10,000.00
Warren A. Spalding, President
Robot 'A Qro-.vn, V!ce-PrsHient.
Frcd'k C. Kurroueb.3, Coshlrr.
Frank B. Friable, Asst. Casbler.
. MERCANTILE
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
FI'KN!U1SS A CONVENIENT
SECURE PLACE FOR
niK DEPOSIT OK VOL' It SE
CURITIES AND VALUABLES.
2 CHURCH STREET
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FREE TO
OUR DEPOSITORS,
For the' convenience of its
depositors, the Jtorchants Na
tional V.an'k offers free of
charge to its depositors, Safe
Deposit boxes in its Fire und
Btiralar-l-'roof Vaults. Here is
afforded Absolute Protection for
vour valuables. Your account
is respectfully invited.
MERCHWS NATIONAL BANK
?: STATE STUEET.
m
LOCAL SECURITIES
Telephones 3100-3101
Prince- & Whi
Bankers and Brokers,
J2 Broadway, New York,
and
15 Center St., New Haven.
Members N. T. and Boston Stock Ex
changes. Produce Exchange, and
' Chicago Board of Trade.
C. B. BOLMER,'
Manager Now Haven Branch
ALL CLASSES OF RAILWAY
STOCKS AND BONDS. ALSO GRAIN
PROVISION AND COTTON BOUGHT
AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Investment Securities
Illnion Trust Go.
NEW II WEN.
Chartered by the State of Connecticut
with authority to act as ExeiStor Ad
ministrator, Guardian, Receiver ,
Trustee, under will oi
deed.
Is legal depository or monev paid in
to Court, and Public Trust Funds acts
as Trustee for Municipalities. Corpora
tions and Individuals, and administers
Trusts of ail kinds. Empowered t" Sot
evidences of Indebtedness, manage sink-
...5 ,.,u.-, .ii. u uu an ousinesB such as
, , - "u" tuuiynies.
It also does a general banking busl-
nr,Svf' ectin5g -'ks' notes. eSupons,
2?ihret S.n?"f.'is; J'le Principal of
- .o ... . u-icu oy useir an(j
ITiJ rJ f'- the gen-
Tills Company is by law regularly
examined oy the Bank Examiner of the
State of Connecticut.
HEXHT L. HOTCHKIS9, President.
. . EVGEXE S. BRISTOL, Treasurer.
WE OFFER
50 slmrcs International Silver pfd.
50 shares Security Insurance Co.
0 shares S. N. K Telephone Co.
40 shares United Illumtuating Co.
$2,000 Wilkesbarre & Muzleton Rail,
road 6's.
$15,000 Quiney (ni.) Gas EL & Heat
ing Co. 5's.
$2,000 Connecticut Railway & Light
ing Co. 4 (stamped).
$8,000 Connecticut Railway & Light
ing Co. iYvt (unstamped)?
$20,000 City of New York 4U.
The W. T. Fields'. Co.,
902 CHAPEL ST.
Teh ES70. ..r
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CLEAN,
LIBERAL v
the
n xetw standard ufh
i, ASSCRAXCE POLICY
Prescribed by the
XEAV YORK STATE LAW
' j Guarantees to the
k Policyholder
' FTLLEST PROTECTI03T
and every
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T when issued
by the
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Assurance Socieiy
of the United States.
Paul Morton, President
For particulars
Apply to
C. H. PORTER, Mgr.,
Exchange Bldg.
BRANCH OFFICH
Bueuf.Iclellin Uo
BANKERS AND BROKERS
27 Broadway, New York. ' I
MEMBERS OF
Mew VorJc Stock Exchange
Bonds and Stocks
Bought and sold en commission for cask
or carried on margin also Cotton,
Grain and Provisions.
Investment Securities
A SPECIALTY.
New Haven Branch, 29 and 31 Center St,
NEW HAVEN
COUNTY
NATIONAL BANK
317 STATE STREET.
ESTABLISHED 1S34. .
Capital ....$350,000
Surplus and Profit.. . $350,000
This bank offers to deposit
ors every facility for busiae33,
and invites ths accounts of cor
porations, firm3 and individu
als. -
EZEKIEL G. STODDASD,
President.
HORATIO G. REDFIELD,
Cashier.
WILLIAM G. REDFIELD,
Assistant Cashier.
. ..Ttoajti kim
s
HIGH GRADE
INVESTMENTS
Local Bonds and Stocks
81 0 Chapel Street.
Specialists in '
COBALT '
SHARES
CAriJN POWELL CO.,
35 Wall St, Naw YarJc City.
A Clean Record
of Sixty-Four Years.1
No low suits or unpaid losses under
any policies Issued by the North Agen.
cy since lt was established In 1843.
Should this mean anvthins- to
property holder who wants to get tha
oencnt or an experienced and reliable
agency to look after his insurance bus
iness? Our rates are exactly the same as
those charged by others.
Why not look into this mattpr n lit..
tie? Perhaps you take less pains In
selecting your insurance than you do
your cigars.
JOHN C. NORTH.
70 CHURCH STREET.
First Building North of the Post Office.
Jamas H. Parish I Co.
succeeding; i
NEWTON 4, PARISH.
Stocks end Bon
Dealers in Investment Securitis
86 Orange Street

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