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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1008. SHORT TIME DEPOSITS. If joii haw a wun of mono) Unit will not lie iiM'd for 110, (10 or IM (Iii.vn, don't Ionic It Idle, liul bring It here imil take nil ti i it nuo of our CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT plan, mill It will he ciiiiiIiik money for you while wnilliiK to lie used. Con Ill rat rs of Deposits the very host form of bunking for short-time dcjmslts. Very convenient for the traveler, lis they run lie rushed in liny hunk In the Culled Mines, hv tiiefe HCfklng to sup- ' . .!, . Hl'OU. n. Nil' IU IH II III III'! WALL STREET NOTES Early Movement Irregular, Showing Absence of Pub lic Participation. nut t in; written eiuiMeiit of tlie Hiiper Intcndcnt of biiiiks, wlili'h eimnoi lie Riven unions the trust ennipiiny shall have pulil-iip capital slock uf $ln0,i)ili) fur each new braneli. Tlie senate tonlr ii reoeMH pending nn umeinlmoiit of tills bill. tended with i revli'WH 111 the Irnn ami steel trailis t',iiirtil l.rntli. ' wns not iMH'ouniKluK in the content Inn I . pfd i tlint revived ni'tlvllj utis beinK sum- 1 1 ij'''', y ilniueil In those Industries. There wero,,. j( 'iS', (, Isivernl iiillillliiiuil '.turns (if niilviunl ( '.V; N, V. rnl'iilmru f,.e liVhr'ln I' e find tin, n vevn L'o I ' ' C. & M, Ii l showing whs net rmiilurlvo to I'lintlit- enoe tlint net oiiriiliiK-i were IicIiir iim terinlly conserved by sueh cciiiioii'Ick ns luiil lieen found then prru'lli'itlilo, The nvoiase (lecrein-'o hi not eiirnliiKa fur February fur forty-one tiillnmils already repot'tlliR Is I'nuiiil to be llll..".-! pi r eent, o.inipiii'eil with Kebniiiry of lust yen I, wlili'h shews nn IniiirnVeiiiiill over the January avcrnne of declines. I, I 'on I 'el. Krli ilu. pl'il. , . . ;i. .Norlhei'n (ins t f 1 1 1 i ii ri II . ss . 43 Vi .151 . K7", . ;:i'k . t . 1 1 T . a'a . M'a . 1 u:'t ,,lf4 . in . :iua ,.ia:i't Inter-Met,, ni'iU- Jii'.j M., K. ti- T., pl'il. T'l'i Mo. I'ncltle 4" N. Y. Cent ml . . mi".. l i '" ,v v i i.l .o, I'neltie I'nellle .Mm It j u ... ,.n..,M.,1 ri i ' nn. u. ii. , ' 1 I I 1 1 II .l" lllt Mill'.. HI I ' ) I i.v. 1 ,( that nn advance .n ireiRiit rates was to bo permitted In ftlniulntluK the bite j recovery In slocks, it was not nein iniiil tlie nmrUel luiil fnlleti biiek Into iilull ni'Klei't when the day oiuli'd. ( ins ERIE CONTROLLING FACTOR I'lKTrtnlnty Uesiirdlna PcikIIiik I'lniui cliil Plans Hesionsllile for Stniiii(lon. fairly market movements were lr roKu'lar showltiK an Hlisolute absence of imlilli' participation, lluslness was more than a third Himillor dui'liiR- the nioinlnii, with sales of only riO.noi) fdmrcs between 11 and ' 12 o'el.iek. Kirst prices wore hut little clianKed from Wednesday. Soon a HolliiiK movement developed, curryinit stocks down one-half to one point below opening quotations. At midday there was a sharp rebound, with some of the specialties Ri.'oiInK sharp :;a!ns. Hut the oporntinnn wore purely if n 'professional sort. The ufternoon liudhiK in stocks, prior to the an , llounoonient of the postponement of tho Krle ineotliiK, was at a hUher level, with some gains of a point or more, coin pared with mid-day prlees. This wiiH due to u drlvliiH In of th rdiorts. KVeii I'nltod States Steel com mon rose above '.'; lint it was re actionary later on, and showed clear td;:ia of liquidation. Tlie result of tlie race track do bate at Albany was reileeted by Jirooklyii Itapld Transit, which early sold off 1 1-1 points to 4 4 1-8. The bulls on this stock, however, arifiied armii'd .l.at the receipts from racing patrmiH have been very much oxaii (teratod, and that the summer busi ness this year will show a lai'Ke gain. The heaviness of I'nltod States Steel common and preferred was disap pointing to those who regard these is suis as the key to the market. Stat" nier.ts of trade periodicals thnt the . steel trade Is very quiet hikI Inclined to tfall off probably furnished a pre text for seiHiiR the stock, Much of the stoek which has come out this week represented liquidation by nooo ulators who were caught higher up, on the Idea that the rise would eon tinuii for some time longer. mow.; hits at Ai.imuu nil. i, Some of .Most Powerful I'lnnnolal In- lereslM In Country Denounoii It. j Chlengn, April 2. .V combined attack: upon the Aldrlch currency bill by some of tlie most powerful financial inter ests In the country will be the result of a conference uf national bank presi dents held here yesterday, "I'tiwarranted" and "crude" were some of the adjectives applied to parts of the measure ns it now stands, and It was unanimously agreed that every effort be made to prevent Its passage- by, the house of represeiilatlvcH In its present form. New York and St. Louis bankers will be called upon to give their aid in com bating tlie measure, and with united action on tlie part of tlie financiers of tlie three cities, It is expected that a formidable showing against the bill will be made when tlie house commit tee on hanking and currency begins its hearings next Wednesday. The meet lug w as held In tlie odlce of Janu s M. Forgan, president of the First .National bank, and was attended by nearly every president of a national brink in t'hleago. Amendments tacked on the bill at almost the last minute before it passed the upper house form ed the busis'for criticisms. Without a dissenting voice the bank ers declared that the following provis ions In the measure should he vigorous ly opposed: Increasing the amount of cash re serves lunks must keep In their vaults. Prohibiting hanks loaning money to concerns In which their officers or (11 ; rectors are Interested. Mr. Korgan and (ieorge B, Roberts, president of tlie L'onimerclal National bank, were i,ppnlntod a committee to ! draft a stnteinetit of the hunkers' ob ; Jeetlons to the bill, and to forward , inples to both branches of congress as i well as to President Uooseveit. Bonds were steady. Total sales par value $l,7J.non. V. S. bonds were unchanged on call. 'l,OSl(i I'ltlCKS. Reported over private wires of Prince & Whliol.v, ineniliers of the Now York and 'biHtini Stock Kehnngo, Now York office, fij Ilroadwiiy, and A 5 Center strcel, New Haven, Conn. Now York, April 2. j Adams Kxpress Co ltiB ! Amalgamated Copper ik j American Car Foundry Co. i'.:' i do, pfd !SN I American Cotton (Ml 26 ! do. pfd 1 S2 ! American Kx press Co ISO j Am. Hide leather pfd. .. 15 'American Ice Securities lii'.a American I .In seed Co 7 ' do. pfd 17 American Locomotive (.'o, . 44 i do. pfd U" I Amor. Smelt. & Refining .. US ! do. pfd 01 jAmer, Sug. Refining Co, .. 121 do. pfd 120 I American Woolen Co Anaconda Copper Mill. Co.. ;;K'3 Alcli.. Top. & Santa Fe.... 7.", : do. pfd . s:,i.i I Atlantic Coast Line 71" Halt. & Ohio K' do. pfd S2 j May State C,as Co. I i Mi'ook. Rapid Transit Co... U ; Hrooklyn Tnlon C,as Co.... in,", , Mrunswlek Co 7i 1 Canada Southern .IS i Canadian .Pacific LM's Central Leather 20 ST'i 170 111 ,127 . 211 'i . II.V'j . Nil .lii:i'a . S2 . IS", . Vii , I I . 211 S3', 4oa K.H'h '-'I" K7", ;m 1174 I lli'u Ml 'a 2 1 7H 1 1 7 ', KiCi a I Id 1 2 '!. 211'n 61', I2 tiRi, ilil'll I27t Jil's 1 I ''' Ml llll'i S2 1 S 7n 7 II llll 1 0 s lii'iHllnM ilu. 1st pl'd Rep. I. tL S., do. pl'il. . , , Rock Island do. pl'il. . . , So. I'nellle 7:!'j So. Railway ... KUj do. pl'd 117 I'lileil I'licllle , .125 do. pl'il Sit C, S. Rubber. . . 12 '(, do. pl'd P. S. Steel :i :t :'i do. pfd ttsifj (C.'oncludefl on lOloventh Pago.) 7C, Rl', 37 12ii'i SO 22 ',i sr. :wu tiR'.a 82 2U N7'a 111 5 1 III", I 1 1! & bj 2:i, I I :i :u IM 14 lid 'a I22'1, 2 'Mil 51 4H !H!t fill 't, 12'l' 211 115 UK! '.i S2 S 70', It 211 73U Hi 37 7!'4 22 I, M i s i i S3 15 151 '4 211 S7l,a III ii '., 117', 1 4 ii Vi r-mt 21 1 lli'j 151 It's a IS 123U 2 I 'A 51 ' 42-1, !'7!, Hit (i 1271; 211 1 Hi imp, S2 S. 711 '.a It -,: ; :ii i', I'-ll"!' 7H',i 22'i SI n We recommend for investment The 6 Cumulative Preferred Stock OF Tilt SCRANTON ELECTRIC CO. O? SCRANTON, PA. Al.nniCII MILL SOmi.TSTTC. Mnnk President Hepburn TelN Clinin ber of Commerce It l StN'tiillstlo, do. pfd Central of New Jersey .... ' Cliesipeake & Ohio j Chicago & Alton i do. prd ; Chicago & K. Illinois pfd... 'Chicago & (It. Westeri) .... do A p'd ; Chi., Mllw'kee & St. Paul .. j do. pfd 1 Chicago & Northwestern .. j C, It. I. & P. C. 4 p.o. Mds. I Chi., St. P., M. & Omaha .. j Chicago Term. Trans do. pfd j Clove, c C. Sc St. 1. i Colorado Find & Iron Deutscher bank of Merlin Is go ing to receive subscriptions for a new ' German loan of f 1 fiu.ooo.OOO at 4 per cent., the issue price to be !I9 1-2. Thnt Ih n pretty steep price for a na tional loan compared with F.ngland or this country. New York. April 2.-The Chamber of Colorado Snut hern .... Commerce this afternoon adopted the I Consolidated O is , report of Its committee 'on currency j Delaware & Hudson . and finance, option Inst both the Aldrlch I'd.. Lack. Wf stern and Fowler currency bills, and recom mehdliiK the creation of a currency enmmlsslnn, which shall Investigate the problems of currency and banking, and present Its recommendations not later than January 1, l!K)!t. American Smelting was bid up again at midday by f he same brokers who were Identllied with last week's abrupt rise, with n view to helping the notation of Yukon Gold stock. From appearances they did not wisli to take any more of the stock yesterday tnan they had to, but wanted to confirm Ilu.' claim of a Huston operator that tills stock should bo brought by In vestors. Smelting is still ten points above the low level of the year, In course of the discission A. M.irton Hepburn, president of the Chase Na tional bank, attacked the Aldrlch bill, declaring that It was "communistic" and "socialistic," and that "no worse proposition had ever been moved in congress," Ho also describe the Fow ler bill as "visionary, revolutionary, and mischievous In the extreme." 1 17 117 144 IM'i f-27 121 10 r.2'4 24'i lli U,:i 174 h SPi ll'i- 31 1!l'i 12.'. 123'i 70 70 125 177 2'i Oils -r,t j S5 li'O 15'i IMi S O'l I I'll H4 tis'4 OR 125 125 20 ;;s 74 TPi S2'4 S5 1', 15 110 n Kfi-1; 152 ss 175 31 "i 13 49 150 u'd llT'i 150 117 G3 121 20 OUR LIST Containing: Offerings of Investment Bonds and Stocks Yielding 4 to 6 May be had on application. CAPITALIZATION. First and Refunding Mortgage 5' Gold Bonds .$1,500,000 Six Per Cent. Cumulative Preferred Stock. . 500,000 Common Stock. 2,500,000 EARNINGS. Year ended February 29, 1 9 0 8 Gross $400,606.43 Operating Expenses and Taxes ' 224,067.27 Net 176,629.16 Interest Charges 75,000.00 THE wall stiu:f.t not itkctf,i. Aldrlch I Measure M ill llnve No In fluence on Mm kef. ' The fact that the Northern I'aelllo (llrectofH declared the regular iuir terly dividend of 1 "-4 per cent., of course, disposed of nny Idea thnt i.my have been entertained of an extra dlv Idellt fit this time. At III" Slime time I lie Stock noted very well. It dipped 1-2 point to 12ii n-S and then rose uroitnd midday to 127 1-2. London was not a factor In the market, Its piil'oliases only aggregiid Ing nbout .fi.onn shares, mostly Krlo and I'lllteil States Stool. London tins evidently waiting, the same as kcw York. I New York. April 2. Very little inter I est is now taken In the Aldrlch bill by ; Wall street bankers, and the feeling j ! prevails that the enactment of the! I tl m,!irliif1 i.n.u Ull,.l U'nillil An.l little if ' ! any, bitlueieo on the stock market. Since railroad bonds were ellmln ited as ! a form of collateral for the emergency ' currency the bill hns (iron little talked ' about In Wall street circles, which ex pected great things from Its passage in : Its original shape, The measure has never been popular with bank'rs, and ' some who have not openly opposed It have come out against It privately, tak ing pains to emphasize Its wek points. Penver & Hio Crande pfd TUstlllers Sec. Co Krlo do. 1st pfd do. 2d pfd ( Sonera I Klectrie lit. North, pfd Hocking Valley do. pfd Illinois Central Intel borough Met 7's International Paper Co Sj do. pfd lown Centrnl K. C, Ft. S. & M. pfd Kansas City Southern 22 do pf l 52 Lake Krle R Western , Louis. & Nash Manhnttan Klevateil 120 .Mexican Central IS'i Mo., Knn, Texas 2S do pfd. . .VI Missouri Pacluc 42'i .Minonm i.enu v ik.i 4 N V. Air Mr.ike .. .: R5 I N. Y. Con. & Hudson t7H i N. Y Chi. A St. linls Vi I N. V. New Haven IM Chas. W, Scranton Co. Investment Brokers 103 ORANGE STREET. NEW HAVEN, CONN. 12 l:l 07" N. v.. mt Norfolk do p'd. Western Western .... :t2'i 70 merlon n ."0 The stagnant eharaoter of the mar ket was largely due to the uncertainty regarding tit" pending Krlo llniinelal plan, Advices which entile from the directors prior to the meeting, which wus sot for 2::!0 o'clock, were not en tirely reassuring, The course of Krlo shares showed this. Hence tlie t.. 'c oinl caution in regard to making com tnltnionts in the market. Krlo com- , inon stoek started 1-4 higher nt 15, but, later eased off to 14 and wns ; II 1-2 at midday. The llrst preferred i ei lined a point to :to 1-3, then rn II ld slightly. The second preferred broke 2 n-4 points to 1! 1-4, then ral lied a point by 1 o'clock, Tlie bonds, wore several points lower In ,piota llons on the curb during the llrst half of the day. At midday they were K bid and M offered. j ATTXCK 2-Ci:T I 'A UK LAW. Clilcagn, April 2. A cnmblneil nt'nek 'on the two-cent passenger rate is promised by the rallro ids which oper i' to n Illinois, Minnesota, and Missouri. ; It is probable thnt the nulls w be fll 1 ed next week. Chicago nil I road men j sa id yesterday that Illinois rnllroids have propar-d statistics of earnings and expenditures under the two-eorit , fare law, wlilch show that the rate Is unremiineriitlvo and hence confiscatory. Car Co. Springs ('ii. KKi2.rion.nfio ;i;rm low. Merlin, April 2. -An Imperial and (Prussian loan, amounting to $1H2..WVfl(") j will he offered for subscription on April 11, of which miiii $bin, onn.flf.fl H In I'rus-i Tel.. St Iiuls & Western I North ; Northern 'Pacific ,. ; Pnclflo Mall Pentisylvnnbi Tt. H. I'eople's (!as, Chi. Pressed Steel Car do pfd ; Pullman Paia Hallway Steel , Mending ! do 1st pM. .. ' Men, pen Steel ; do pfd '. Hock Island Co do pfd I Slums Chef field 1 Southern Hallway Co. . I do prd i Southern Pacific do pfd St. Iiiiln & Southwest. do pfd Third Avenue .. Texas ' Pacific hIiiii poimoIs. The Issue Is to bear four per cent. Inte'est and will not be con vertlble within h period or ten years. STOCK M MtKIT HI A IIAV. PASSIXti ItAMvlXfi MILLS, New York Senate Accepts Stale Su jpcrliitciiilcnt's llccoiniiioiiilalloiis. Albany, April 2.-After various ln Urruptlons, the senate to-day finally took UP seventeen lillls iillieinllng tlie banking laws which represent the vork of Chirk Wllllainn, superliitoiiil cut of banks. The first bill consider ed was that emending the hanking lnw relative to tlie right of savings hank to borrow money. Owing to tlie con fusion ever the racing hills It whs tem porarily defeated. Later It was passed M to 10, the mrcnc opposing It, The bill amending the banking law by permitting uunkn to nniortljse premium paid on securities whs pass d H5 to 10. The bill . Amending tlie banking law in relation to reports of stivlngs banks was pnssed-31 to in. lAs the consideration of tlie hills pro gressed Senators UraHy nnd MoCiirrcn became more and more bitter. The bill amending tlie banking law renltlve to branch ofllcen of trust com panies was next considered. Tills pro voked the hardest fight. This is the bill which privities thai no trust com pany aliall open a brunch office with- I rneorliilnl y of Krie (Viisos Almost ! Total Suppression of Acllvliy. ' Now York. AU'II 2.-- There wn Utile disposition to venture Into stock oper iillons while the uneertalnty continued , over Hie seltlenienl to be effected of I tlie l'.rlr's lln.ineliil dinicullles. It was known before the market opened thai j the meeting of tlie Krle directors was I set for 2 o'clock and a postponement! ! was iinnoiineed during the session, ThH prospect of mint her stock exchange session without any explicit Inform:!'! I Hon being forthcoming on Hie vexed ! jpiolilem of the Krl" was I ho en use of j (the almost total suppression of market ! I activity during the nrenler (iiirt of' I tlie day. Thrr was, liowever, a elow ! recovery from the depression of th ! early part of the dny and some ir. j vIvmI nf nnltnatlon as the recovery pro- I grossed. The recovery was largely n- tliieneed ny rumors that favoniblo do. j velopnieitls were fortlicomiiig In th" Krle niaiter. Th" Krle trouble weighs j on seiitluient as much from anxiety over tlm future del eionmenf s In lt : ('nances as from fears of the linmedl. ate sliuallon. A further dei line In! prices nf enppes St the N'.'W York nie. I tal excliiingp and reports of nreumulnl Ing stocks of that mclul huJ to be con- ' do pfd Twin City Hup Transit I'liion Mae Paper Co. do pfd Cnlon Pacific do prd I'. S. KXpl'efS Co I". S. lleiitty Imp. Co I'. S. Hiibb'T Co do 1st pfi! 1' S. Steel Co do nfd do S. F. 'i per cent, Vir. Car. i 'hem.' Co Wabash do tifd. Wells-Karro Kxpress Co West, i'liion Tel. Co West, Klectrlcal Co Wheel, Lake K' lo do 2d pfd Wisioiisln Central do pfd . 127'.i . 21 . 71 1.M .. Vi . IMi, . SI u . lSi'j . 7ii'a . H'4 . "J . tfi'i . 1.1 . 27H . TS-i . IIP. . 1!! . V. . 19 . Ki's . 1 . 42 . s;l . . . M! . 124 . 7S4 . 7S . 10 11 . M .. Vi , !s'4 . sir. . 1!i . 1014 ,. is ,. 2:.o .. fcP, . . ."4 .. ,. 715 .. H'j ., :i7 117 4r, :t2 14 m 21 12'1'i 121 73 Tr 127 T :4 SI 12 B2 22 r, nn 127 im4 2ij M 12i :a 7.1 !l7'i S4 KI4 u 4', SO :.i 127'i 2m4 i; SO i:,.t ss 10:114 7I 17 sii 7:ivi 112 im, Vi 1:1 s:. ii 1 r 12H4 SO no 41 2:1 ' sr, :.s4 n.V(, 20 pi'ii IS'j ,'!fill r.4 r.4 7 Slf, 1.v 40 SAFE MERCANTILE DEPOSIT COMPANY 101,629.16 Dividends G' on Preferred Stock. ..... 30,000.00 Surplus after Dividend Disbursements. . .$ 71,629.16 The Preferred Stock represents cash actually paid into the property lor improvements, betterments and extensions. The management is excellent, and control is close ly identified with General Electric Company interests. We offer this stock at 95 and accrued dividend; to yield the investor 6.32. F. S. Bulterworth & Company Ivvclianue Telephones IlllildillC. 3100-3101. The W. T. Fields Company Mnlloy HuildiiiK. Telephones fi870. FINANCIAL Tto secret, howtoealyourcakE and Hve Ii loo, Is )Jh Insurance. Why not QuI'd (or yoursslf An by means of an Insurance po Licy? Thai Use your Income. . n fad it's Quite possible Fr E f y man lo say E : h!s salary, though he spend It every year, nMi the E. L. A. Soc'y. how 1'ou cnii do It? C. H. Porter, Manager, Exchange Ilulldlng, New Haven, Conn. $50,000 TO LOAN On Real Estate in Sums to Suit. Lorn as & Nettleton bAMCERS AND BR0KB33, !37 ORArjGE STREET BONDS. APRIL INVESTMENTS. (iiolon K Si.iiiiliiKl'iii SI reel r.allway Co. S'.e IIoikIh net 5. Pnnhiir licllicl Slrccl llnlhiay . 5'c Ibmdw net "' WillllnjifDril (Jim LlRlit Co. .Vr HoikIk ncl Vt. (diiiiccllciit Hallway & Llgbllii(t Co. Slumped irn nnnds net 1.70r'c. Soullicrn New Lntlnnd Tclcplionc Co. h','r, KiiikIm net l.Wc. Xcw Haven Wnlcr Co. I'e Convcrllble Debentures. I l ulled llliimimtlliiff Co. I'o HoiiiN. CLARENCE E. THOMPSON & SONS. 810 Chapel Street. Telephone .2053. Ftuxism.s a coNvrxirxT AXD RKCIHE 1'I.ACE FOR THK DI-.l'OSIT OF YOUR SK tVIUTIKS AND VALUAJ1UCS. 72 CHURCH STREET. H. C. Warren & Co. BANKERS Investment Securities 108 Orange Street. . . X. V.. X. H. & 11. It. R. Co. Conv. 6. HcrkKlilrc Slrcet Hnllwny Co. 57r. Missouri, Kansas Texas Firm Fx tension 5'. Iiilcrmillonal Silver Co. 1st Mle 6, Marion Light HcalhiR Co, First mid Refunding- ft', . To net from 1.75 to 5.85. The W. T. Fields Co. 902 Chapel Street. Tel. B870. BRANCH OFFICE Prince & Whitely STOCK AMD BOND BROKERS. 62 Broadway, New York. 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. STOCKS, HONHS ond nil clnsxes ot Jnvctniciit Sooiirltle; also (iniln, lrovbioiH and Cotton boujilit and mild on comiiiissioii. Frtvntfl wires to New Tnrk, rt.inton, Cldcacn niid Itlcbinond. V. C. B. B0LMER, Mnnngfr New Iluveu Brunch. Local Investments. N. Y., N. II. & II. R. R. new Convertible 6's. Conn.' R' way & Light 41-2'si due 1951. j International Silver 6's. i KIMBERLT. ROOT 8, CO.. TL Ul. 1B3 Oran Htn,t. Prlvai nil o New Vom mud llnaloft James H. Paris'! X Co- -KUcwdlnR NEWTON A, PARISH. HORN BLO WER & WEEKS MEMBI.RS OF NEW YORK AND BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGES. N'K'.V TOMK. New iravon Olllcc 27 Center Street. T. I). WIOTMOnn, Malinger. CIIICAQO. BOSTON. DOK BROS. & CO. 30 BROAD STREET, NjsiW YORK. w Vork JKn-k KtehnnRA ew orh l ollun I'lehnime ew Orlioiim otlon I'.xclmnue Axaoclnte llemhrrn Liverpool 'oln I'liilnilrlpliln Stock r.xehnnKe Ni'iv Verk t offee Kxchnnge. ( lileimo Itonril of Trnric I'.veltnnire. Sdiek', llenrtx. Booty, IMellan & Co., 8ABTKERS AITO RrtOKCBS 57 BSOADWAY, NEW YORK. MKMBBsita or New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks Bonitfet and old on rommtmlca for rank r carried oa marctai alia Cotfoa, Crala or Proruioaa. Investment Securities. A SPECIALTY. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 23-31 CENTbR ST. .IOIIN C CLAUK, Manager. I'rlvato Wires to New York & Chicago. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK til STATE STUfcET. E3TABLIS1IKD 1834 Capital $350,000 Surplus $350,0UU nttiin, ;rnln nnd t offee. EDWARD B EAMF.S, Sr.W IIAVI'.N ItllWt II Mgr. HH t'ESTKR STHK.IIT, John Knox & Co., Commission Brokers Kubinger Buiidiny, 840 Chapel Street, Telephone RITC XW HAVKV, ( OW. i rreni'ileiit -.lohn viornn !(orV. IdiniN. l.rnin n n(' ( often lieixUit mid noIiI for rnxh or on mfxlrriiln dTiiKllx. (iilrk urivice, ronitl (lellveryi Imineif Inlp (CI I lenient . M.r ilenlerm In mlelo neeiirlllri. of IMali iirnile. James C, Kerrigan. Rooms 11-12, 102 Orange Street. INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE, REAL .ESTATE. This baak offers lo :posil. uti every facility for buwneai, and iuvitea the account ot cor porations, flrraa ana individu. als. i EZEKISL Q. HORATIO G. WILLIAM G. STODDARD. President RKDFIELD, Cashier. REDFIELD, AanliUnt Canhler. If jnn ilen're to rliinc (if mnnll f Soullicrn New Knglnnri Teleilmnn, New Iluveu tin. New Unveil Wnlcr, Connect lent HnHwny nnd Mglitlnj coni nioii NlocU, or nny local IocUm or Imiitl.-, I enn oliUiln tlie highest price for the WIIIIC. !!ie Union Trust Go. , NKW HAVK.V C'linrlercrl by tho Slate o Connecticut with iinthorlty to hcI us Kxeeulor, Ad mlnlftratiir, Guardian. Receiver or Trustee, under will or deed. l lecul depository of money paid In to Court, nun 1'uolle Tnij.1 Kuima. acta ii m Trnoteo lor iMunlelpalltlen. Corpora ilnna nnd Iiullvlduals, and udmlnmtera TruMts of nil klndH. Kmpowernl to act , ik ueirlHiriii' "i Htorks, nondii or other pvldencenof InilehtedtieflK, iimiiHRe alnk- r. .... .. ii ll ri uu i l,llml"Pn -m ''n ... u,. iriM.qt Ot nn r,n it Inu ness. ('olleelliiK elieekH, liotes, coupons, n,l VoeelveB ileposlu. The principal of ?.eh triiat l invented l.y Itaeir ana uent setmrHte nnd npart Irom the gen en 1 iiHselH ot tho Company. Tlilx eonipmiy Is hy law regularly cxHiiilnert by the Hunk Kxamlner of tha Stnto of Connect Unit. HKMtV 1 HOTCHKias, I'renlrtent. miliKAK . HHISTOI,, Trennnirer. Listen Men! Instead of running to several offices for your various lines of insurance, would it not be a great convenience and simplify the insurance question to en trust to one responsible and ex perienced party ALL your in. surance matters . We are equipped to assume this responsibility. Come and look over our equipment. SKW VOItK STOCK MttlK V)T, Repnrleil over private vrc.n nf Prlnec Wliltely, innnilmrs of the New Tnrk nnd HnNtnn Stock -,xeh:itiK''.l. New York olllee, Mi HmnilwHy, ami J5 .'enter strcel, svw llasen. New Vnl'li, ,WII J. !HK. Am. Cupper . . Am. I '. K I''. . . A Ml, I.nen lln, pfd Am, Smelting A in. Shah r . , . Am, Woe'eii , A T. & S. Ke. llpeil. Illifll. Mi". I i iS 74 . :in, . 1 1 . M1! , "i! .121 . IS1 I.IIW r. s i, r,i i4 U'4 71 niii. fi!l II 'J I, ii", IIS IM 'i Slocks and Bond Dealers in Invastmsit Securities 86 Orange Street. Cannon, Morse 5 Co. In.uriinec mill II en I I'XiHe, THE MATIOHAL TRAOESMEHS of New Haven KtrtK-- 1'iyATn lANfl -- KKA1 HUNIiri: : : : : urepn.rcd to meet llie ndlvc ileniniKl r.ir Letter of Credit drown I" SlrrHni; . for (lie nc nf iriuclci" nliroiid, nnd for I.ettcriH of Credit drniMl In (Inlliii'f for the ifc or trnvclciN on tliN conlliient diirlnif (lie coiiilnur wtNoii.x of trnvci. TravclcrV CIk-cUm lire iiIho lulled, iivnliiililc cicrjulicrc. All hiiHlite jon limy filic lis will He bet nilvniitoKCi i ir . a ... li-'i'iiiiMiitt i. K STATU .... Vl'liMl l-l'v illHIIllleil Hi tllC We li'iiit you niny ee III to fuvor us with ymir imtromis".'. l'lUIli:i. XTH jr.MT, New lUiven, Conn, !Mscot'T or COM .MI .UCI Mi I'AI'KIl. Tlie I'liclllllcq of (lie Xcw llnvcn Trust Cotiipiiny for the (IItoiiiii of couimcrclnl !iipcr lire open lo nil depos Itiirn, who will lie iiccorded every conrlcny mid hh lilicrnl li'cntoieiil ns cnnxlsteiit with Mlife mill ('(insei'Mllilc I ill It K -IniC prtni'liilcH. Wc will lie pleased to welcome your ac count and liitiikhiK IiiihIiicso. CnplKil S2no,nnn.oo Surplus nnd Profits 00, Ci7.ll) NORTH'S AGENCY. 70 CHURCH STREKT.