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THE MORNING ' JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1908.
10 in a MtvliiKs no- READY MONEY. nearly lnnni'y In your j -k-t riIk iivviiy. Itrn'ly nimu'v- enimt l.i th'M'p when yon fully nci cl it. In lime of Hli'Uiirsa or troublo "ivnily Miiiiioy" proven to lio your liet frlprid. Tnkn inlvnutiiKO of your oiitii'hinlty Now in niivp fur ilia fiitiiro to Iiuvh thii not rxwd'y "rcndy mmicy" tin1 int'iiit'H yon w.int It. Al thin Hank you I'nn stiirt tin lu'i'mint with mm ilolliir, mul If vim will inM to It r miinrly It will Ki-nw Into n liir(?n liiiiount liri'iitf you rmllzo It, Nr-vv ucwimtH will draw Intfffiit nt. 4 pi r cent, from May first. "Only i'v llnvoti ItaiiU irii Sal tii'duy I'.vi'iiliiK,1 3S& TS9 CHAPSWO I C ! the holiday Interviil, coii'lnni'il nil otlier eviili'lieeH ol tin' heavy lii'iHIIIIll latlon of en.'h whirl) In oln on ut tlil.s center. Money iniirlfcl conditions are therefore, highly propitious for tin' olTerliiKH of new capital lnmirn ahead of the market, hut coiiMlderahle anxiety fXllitH, IIi'ViI'IIiI'Ii'.hh, for the SWTl'HH of neV IwnieH allll the li'KI'.'O of linprovenient In Inveslnient .jondl tloiiH, which may ho revealed hy new llolatlotiH, I'.ondu wi re dull and Irirpiltir, To tal Miles pur value, $:i,sfili,onii, 1', .4, honds wero iinch,.uiK"d on call. WALL STREET NOTES MT.IIJ, It AM1I l( ATIOX. Closing of London Exchange Added to Narrowness of Trading. STANDARD OIL ON THE RISE Xmis Bcvolnnmciils Mixed Rmik in Wcsiorn I'lilon $500,000 ' (iocs Abrond. "With the London Stock ExohnnKo closed nn orders were pxooutod for for eign account hove. This fact added to tho narrowness of the trading, which was on a wmnller Roale than durlnp; the last business day. Tho total for the first hour was only ST.Oflt) nhnros and for second SJ.nno. Only Union l'tii'lllo and Reading displayed any activity during the morning, tho former stand ing for 26,000 and tho latter 23,000, or more than 40 per cent, of the total. Pome llttli) llrmnosft was shown during the first half hour, hut thl hrounht Kolllng orders, and hy midday a mod erate reaction had hecn scored, some of tho Iohsps being a point or innr. There was exceptional weakness In "Western I'ntnn, which rieollnpd more than three points on trifling sales. Annual .Mcclliig of I'. S. NlorUioldrrs llarnioiiloim. Now York, April :'0..- Tho stockhold er:! of tlie 'nlled states Steel corpora tion at tin: annual mooting In MuhoUen, V. J., to-day intllled all puri'liiisos and contracts madii hy tho directors and finance committee during the past. year Including the purchasn of the Tennes son Coal Iron properties. All dlree tora whoso terms expired were re elected. At tho conclusion of the meeting It was announced that everything had passed oft ha'-inonloiisly. There had hoen reports that a protect against the payment of certain bonuses was to he madn hy representatives of some holders of common stock. No refer once to the bonus plan was made nt the meeting, however. At tho minimi meetings of subsidiary companies of the United States Steel corporation, which also wore hold hi llohoken to-day, nil retiring directors weie re-elect od. CLOSING I'ltK rs. Rcpoitfd over private wires of rrlnco & Wliltnly, members of tlio Now York and Itoston Stock Kcliang'.'H, New York oflluo, 5H llroadvvay, and 16 Comer street, New Haven, Conn. New York, April :o. l'RKSWKNT CVMMIVO OIT. Some brokers reported nn accumula tion of moderate buying ordors hy mall over the threo days' holiday, and that helped to give r. fairly good tone to the market during tho forenoon. Standard Oil's rise on the curb nns one of the day's features. It sold at C70 this afternoon, nn ndvnnco of 10 points over last week. The sales on the rise were about 75 shares. The Inter-Mot Ipsups continued rela tively active, with the common opening up 5-8 of a point and the preferred 1-2 of a point, gains which were partially lost before noon. It was reported that some houses with Tammany connec tion have boon selling lately, Houses of this sort are supposed to have orig inally started tho upward Inter-Met movement. To-day s hews developments were mixed, some being moderately fnvora ,1i!o, but others directly the opposite, There- appeared to he, no definite facts from Washington regurdlng the fate of the various currency measures, but the belief here Is that none will pass at the present session; that tho utmost that can be put through will ho a pro islon for a currency commission, which shall draw up a scheme for sub mission to the next congress, There was still an absence of precipitation In some of the drier portions of Kansas and Nebraska, resulting In a higher level for wheat. The pressing of new bond Issues onto the market hy Now York Central and Illinois Central was regarded with some misgivings hy "Wall street. Head of V, K. Mortgage and Trust Co. Not Candidate for Itc-cleelion, New York, April 20. (ienrgo M. Oum ming, president of the 1'nltod States Mortgage & Trust company of this city, owing to III health, will not he a candidate for re-election to the presi dency of that Institution. At the of fice of the company the following statement was' gl 'eu out to-day: "Mr. . M. Citmmlng, president of the I'nitod States Mortgnge ,0 Trust company, who has been on a leave of Rkioueo for some weeks on account of III health, llndlng his physical condi tion not Improved, has communicated hl request th.it nt the ensuing regular annual flection of oflloors to be held on the "oth Inst, he he not considered for re-elect Ion. Adams Kxpross Co Amalgamated Copper Alitor. Car Foundry Co. .. do. pfd Amer. Cotton Oil do, pfd Amer. Kxpross Co Am. Hide & Leather pfd., Amer. Ic.n Securities American Linseed Co do. pfd Amer. Locomotive Co do. pld Amer. Smelt. & ltefln. ... do. pfd American Sug. Itelln. Co. , do. pld Amer. Woolen Co Anaconda. Cop. Mining Co. Atoli., Top. ,fc Santa Ko .. Ills 57 32'i !2Vi 27 xj ISO K',3 21 U 101 20 41', !t:i'a fiS 12(3 121 I'.'U ::'; 7li do. pid y;i NO OIUI'NTAL RITETVITR. Application of Attorney (ieneral Denied hy .lust Ice. New York, April 20. Justice Howling to-day refuse to grant a renewal of the application of Attorney (ieneral Jackson for tin; appointment of re ceivers for the oriental hank, In his opinion the Justice mld: "The decision of the 'nppel'ate divi sion upon th appeal heretofore had heroin Is conclusive upon tho determ ination of thlH motion. Motion denied, with ln costs, Settle order on notice." Thn appellate division upheld the de cision of Justice o'llorman removing Henry Schneider and the Cnrnegle Trust company, appointed February 2S as temporary receivers of the Oriental. Atlantic Coast Lino lialthnore & Ohio do. pld liny Stale (ins Co Itrook. I tap. Transit Co. ... itrook. Union (ias Co liriinsttlek Co Canada Soul hern Canadian Pacific Central Leather do. pfd Central of New Jerney Chesapeake & ( ihio Chi. & K. Illinois pfd Chicago H (it. Western do. A pfd Chi.. Milu'kee ,t St. Paul , do. pfd Chicago & Northwestern ., l' It. I. & P. C. 4 p.c. It Is Chicago, Si. p. M. & Omaha 1 Chicago Term. Trans do. pfd Clove, C. C. n. St. L Colorado Km I ,fc Iron Colorado Southern Consolidated (J.is Jielaware & Hudson IM., Lack. & Western Iienver A- I tin (Irande pf.K. Distillers Sec, Co M'i. ai 46'i i 7 r.sii Km 21 i K'a 10!) ;;iU 4'i 2o u; 117 117 mi;, It 3 10 T. 2?U H7'j K.2 400 17 S3 '4 !Uu 27 Ji l!HI Iff 21- I0 t'l 44'.j lit IW'i H.V.4 127 123 20 !lli''8 76U ss 74 120 !l tll'i Km', Mo, Pa el lie .... 44', 4 '4 fa 48 ' 4-i ; N, V. 'out nil , . , M to:i( lis !if N, V W lit ill ' lit HI No, pacllle . . . . 1 'J i! ' a K"l"i iJi 1 a I'aeitic Mull ::r,.' 'j:w, :ti. si'i ; I'ellll. li. It I 17 '..j 117', 1 1 it HO'k People's tins ... MM, MM, Ml', fc',Ht. Ueaillnw Inritu 1 "', ij n.pt InC'j, liep. 1. S II'n 17'n Hi's I'l'i I HO, plil (IS I j Illl Ij f ! i i ho, k I sb i iiil ... K. IS 1 I'1 lf I do. pfd Ssi SSi; 2i'n '-'7"i , Ho. J'aellin 7IU 7 l 'H 73 1 So. Hull way .... U'. lt'4 i:i!V, lU , do, pf, .pn,, lin, 40 40 ! I'll. Pa el lie ....I'.'S-, 1 J H H 7'i 127 !i I ilo. plil Ml HI K I S'l I r. s. itniiber , . , Hi'., m mi 10', i r, s, sieei up, :wk :i":,i hh'h do, plil K'i, lix'i l"i';B Wiihn.il 17 17 17 17 W. f. Tel ft 2 ft 2 'Pi'1; r.n 'j I'l l h Copper . .. an ;tn 2li',a 2!i'ij ; i.m i, rot k nm i ATioNS. Col l ected dully by l Imberly, llnnt A Co,, iiivestnu'iil Pick ei ,'i, lllll urnngn street. 'Pnr. (.'Hy , . 7.T'.""."'.. pin Klrst Natloinil Put Second National . ... 100 Nat. ,ev Unveil .... 100 M i i lui 1 1 1 1 , Mereliiiiils Mill Imial, Nat. Ti iidesineiiH . . . New llnveii County, Vale Niillonitl Now Haven Tt ust . , IVoplo's H. ft Trust. Mlivllnnrini i ret put 10 pin Pill 100 Pld. Asked. 141 170 18 1X7 17T. PI', no 11' 6 1 10 Hi ',4 135 STOCKS BONDS F. S. Butter worth & Co, Investment Securities Yivate W.'re for;execution of orders upon Now York Stock Exchange. Quotations And Information furnished upon application. Telephone 3 IC03 101 Exchange Building 5-1 MA NCI A L. Eqllable Policies Standard Strong Safe . Liberal Profitable Economical Satisfactory Desirable E Q U I T A B L American Prnss .... American Hardware.. KiIIhoii Kief., Iii. ilon lllli'inatlonai Silver . do. i New 1 lav ell (. Ion . . , , N. II. Water Co Peek Stow & Wilcox Beciirlly Insurance. , N. Y. - N. J. Tel.... Swlfi ti Co , R N. I'.. Tel rillleil IlillllllllllllllU. Stock. 111.1. Pnr 25 .'hi Pm tii Jo-) lull 22 D 40 1 no tis'i pit) 1 r.3 Al!l!tJ 107 1'iH i"7 .) M 42 i6 4Ma 41 j,ii P2 ' k.s Itiillrenil Mucks. Hoston ft Albany.... lot) :ti2 Conn. It (V I. inn i.'j Conn. H,.. oef D.iuhill V .ti llelhi'l. . . 2ft New i.oinl. Nto'lll.... 1 ) II. K- C't'in. West... I"t N.Y., N.ll. - P. i! It... lea 1.11'j Kallrviiil llunila. 24 70 7t 17 no 42 i;;i. :oi 17 do. 1st iiftl :;"t3 do, 2d pfd 22 (ieneral Kleeiric (It. Northern pf.l 122" Hocking Valley f.D do. pfd 70 Illinois Central 121 japs si:k i:cii x;k. A soft spot was the Southwestern railroad shares, due to the storm In that section of the country. The storm is now over, hut, according to Texas advices, It has left n wake of disaster in Its train. The Pock Island shnros sold off on the storm news, with the preferred down to 27 1-2, a loss of a full point, , Sixty Tourists Admitted to Closed Visitors' (in I lory. New York, April 20.- Sixty members of tho party of Japanese tourists who arrived In N"v York last week visited tlie New York Stock KM'litiige to-day. There were two women among the visitors. rue puny raioe ootvn in uie nuanci.'ii district In two sight-seeing automobiles I and an open carriage, the women rid- lug In the latter. They went to the sec- I retnry of the Stock KNohango, and asketl permission to visit tlie gallery, i It was granted, and the party occupied seats In the visitors' gallery for nhoiit half an hour. Western Union's brenk In the opin ion of some of those on the floor, was due to a desire to liquidate for what the market would bring, rnther than a short sale, hosed nn fears that the ftrlke would be resumed by tho opera tors, in Hooordiinoe with demands which are being drawn up 1iy one fae tlon of the men. It often happens that with an Inactive stock like this there Is little support, slid such pool support ns is offered will often he withdrawn when the character of the selling order Is seen. The hanks now nold a surplus reserve of $RO,000,000, excluding I'nitod States government deposits, against which they are not hound to keep any re serve, as those deposits nre secured by t'nl ted Stntes bonds placed as collat eral therefor. Goldman, Sachs & Co. engaged $.'00, WiO gold for export to Paris to-day. This makes $2"nn,000 gold engaged , for shipment to Parts since the present outward movement was Inaugurated on April IS. Several other eiigagementH were ponding to-day, and bankers es timated that $."), 000,0:10 gold would ho taken for Europe before the week was out. niiv (ioops mhm;t i m t. Now York, lAprll 20. The dry goods market was ipllet for the day. Cotton goods and cotton yarns showed a fur ther easing t'-ndouey under the Influ ence of lower .cotton market and n con tinued light demand, press goods nre tpilot generally speaking, hut pome lines of well styled fabrics In popular colors are lm"il to get for quick shipment. Jntorborough Metropolitan inti rnatlonal Paper Co. ... do. pftl '.... Iowa Ci ntral K. C. F, S. M. pfd Kansas City Southern ... do pfd Lake Krb- A- Western ... Louis. Si Nash Manhattan Klovated Mo., Kan. & Texas do pfd Missouri Pacific 'National Biscuit National Lead Co. ........ N. Y. Air Hi ake N. Y. Con. & Hudson ,., N. Y.. Chi. St. Louis .., N. Y. Now Haven 'N. Y.. out. A West Norfolk Western do pld North American Northern Pacific Pacific Mall Pennsylvania It. It People's Has. ("Ill flossed Steel Car do pfd Pullman Palace Car Co. . Heading do 1st pfd Rep. ll'oll & Steel Co. ... do pfd Itock Island Co do pfd Sloss Sheffield Southern Railway do pfd Ill's 8'i 52 12'4 an 20' 4 id 13 !'S 121 21' T.I 4:;si Tit i7'4 ss 1.14 ' K'4 (lii'i 73 12.'. 21 'ii t'o. STOCK MMikKT Itl'.YllAV. Trading Torpid I Fitrly 'ollowlng Selling. Moderate HANKS' PANIC MI'TTHODS. llow Loan Cerllllcatcs lleplaccd Cash Hiirlng Trying Months. New York. lAprll 20. -Publication to day was ma le of the official report of thn loan committee of the clearing House. Tho ii.K'IR loan certificates were Issued as follows: 412 at 100,000 each, $11,200,000; 522 at 50,000 each $20,100,00; 1,005 at. 20,000 ench, $20,100,000; 1,123, at 10,000 each, $11,2:!0,0no; 4S8 at 5,000 each, $2,430,000. A very interesting table gives the proportion loun certllicatog actually used In paying balances at the Clear ing House. Thlw showed that daring December only 3 per cent, of the set tlcmentn were effected In cash: Total Loan Certlf's per balances paid In. cent. . .,$ OI,fi4s,r03 $.'i4. 400,000 S4 ., 218.702.63.-. 211.17."i.0')i) M ... 203.S4a.S5n l!)S,20fl,oni) ,1)7 1!07: October . November liecetnber IMS: January . 337,89.1.203 $04,575,000 ,13 Totals $Mi, 587,376 $02S,710,000 .64 Five days. New York, April 20. Hasinas In the stock market made a poor start to-day after the triple holiday. This was partly due to foreign markets re maining closed, according to custom, for Kin si or. .Monday while In this country the Huston stock market was closed with the effect of some suh stniollou of business from New York, The market was exceeding torpid and and the professional room traders had dllllenlty In effecting any movement of prices. They professed some en courngoment over evidence of buying orders at the outset, supposed to have accumulated from outside sources In brokers oltlcrs during the holiday per iod. Whatever the souree of the de mand that advanced prices within the llrst hour, It was soon exhausted and stagnation followed. The subsequent movement was trivial and halting at all times. Iiovolopnu'tits hearing on the llnaticlnl siluntion were llmost equally unimportant. V. S. Steel fail ed to benefit from tho rentflrmntlon of Iron prices, which was decided .in af ter tho last stock exchange sVsslon last week. Ktiually Ineffective were rum ors In circulation of heavy orders for stool rails soon to bo placed. V. S. Steel In spite of the rumors was a heavy spot In the market and Its drop ping tendency was of considerable sentimental effect. All of -.he metal Industrials were more or less depress ed. An Item that helped to sustain early prices was the news of he re sumption of in In I ok operations o-day by many thousands of soft coal min ers, In consequence of the nettl-ment. of their labor dispute. Tlie New York Traction slocks were reactionary after the recent sharp gains and the reaction was aggravated by some now regulations of the public service com mission for seating passengers on i some of the hues of the company. A ; fiharp upturn In the wheat market was jan unfavorable influence on stocku. I The bank statement published Jui'lng 153 M Po'f, fiOH. 14', 27'4 43 1P 30 Southern Pacific 7314 do pfd 112';. St. Louis Southwest V.iA do pfd 32 Third Avenue ., ,Tl Texas K Pacific' 10 Tol St. I.ouls ft, West. .. I7'4 do pfd. , 40' Transit Co. 5.0 127'i 7!'i 7S :;o 1!I1,j in.i Twin City Pap Piiloii Pacific do pfd S. F.xprcss Co. . S. Really imp, S. Rubber Co. .. do 1st pfd SI S. Sloe) Co 33 do pfd do S. F. .1 per cent. . Vlr. Car, ('hem. Co. ... Wabash do pftl Wells-Fiirgo Kxpross Co, West. Ihilon Tel. Co. ... West, Fleet. C Wheel, d Lake F.rlo ... do 2d pfd ,.. Wisconsin Central 14 do pfd 30 10 10 ',i 17 250 V50 55 n 171 3I 125 P 23 lis IIS 1IS1, c, 12S 55'.. 2P, 2'!' .' HS'j i,v; tsn 57'.'j ill's lT-i. '.'.I 2.1' ;' 131 " 12". 73 75 125 1iia4 i 1 4 51 13 fi'.' 23'4 53 lfi Wis 130 24'j 50 II S2 5P4 70 t'S m VM 33' 01 so 53 'j K'O 21- 117 SO' t. . "I " Ml V.i 104", S2 17 07 15 274 41 14 '4 (V 74 1I3'4 II 3IVt 33V4 IS IS' in S7 12"' 70 S3 44 20 S2 31 ns-j, 10 1714 3n0 51 5.V4 Pld. Aslf-jd. lterksblre St. 5s, Pt32.... Pa Itrlog' pui'l Tim;. :.. 123 loi III Isiol I i.iiowsy 4 Is.i'.' ti J5 l.'niui. 1(. (v l.l'js. )'.;. I.. 5.1 1)7 I iiiiii. It. iV- I.. Is nl mi.. . tC in! Cons Ity. 4s, I'.i.M -- hi Cons. Uy. 4s, I '.'j. SO Coll i! Uy. Is. PX.ii SO .$ Cells. Uy. ill lis, lliil'l ti. .v n. 4s. I'.'.ii) a 7 Pan. Pcliiel 5s, liHt . . . . !)S II ll lent .V P. C. 4S, . . lf.1'4 llltl ilo. 4s, iniit !i;i "4 lIoiuHtonli: 4.., P.i III I'f lio. l.S, l!lM P'l '.3 Mcr. i.'oinp. .is, i:':.t ;i; i.i.ig.tlueU is, IS'nl Nm iliaiiiptoa lis, Unit I'i'P.i - n. ll. coiuui 'is, ,:i.;:t... ivj N il. .V I'eiliy 1st 5.i, tills, mil N ti. w. 11. .ii. 11)12.. ;i:i',j --. K. 11. flicit Ds. l:i3 P)i) N. II. Slrii.1 5s, P'l 1 Pei 12 New Loll. SI. lis, 1!23.. !t. N.V..N.II.MI.COI1V. lih. !!). 121 Hi N.V.N.Il.XII.Cons.i'.i.jii H'.lii M N.V., N. II. v II. I I. '5 S7 sy do. ".'. P'.'l - SO X. Y. cv N I., li '. U'15 P'5 llt N. Y. .t- N. I' 4s. l'.iir,... .- snji 1'i-ov. s-i tirlty Is, 1V..7 7:",j St .Micro I. nn' '.2. Il'lii.... !l7 Wur. & C. 17. 1st 4'js. I Ml 3 loi'.i Non-Taxable Investments Netting 5 to 6. LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS. CLARENCE E. THOMPSON & SONS. 810 Chapel Street. Telophono 2053. C. II. Porter, Manager, Kxchangn Hulldlng, New Haven, Conn. I H. C. Warren & Co. i BANKERS v t Investment Securities i 108 Orange Street. ? I HORNBLOWER & WEEKS NEW YORK AND BOSTON New Uavcn Ollice 27 r. i. wi'TMorii NKW YOPK. mi:mi!i:ks of STOCK EXCHANGES. Center Street. Manager. CHICAGO. BOSTON. MlNcrltiini'nus llonfl. P.M. 'JO luo Adams Kxpreas 4s, 148.. I to ton Lleo. 6s. Ill'tS ltiiinronl L. A W. fiS, PJ37 In. Silver (Is. 1!MS In. silver us S. II. 'J.is, con. 5s, Pl'23. . . N. II. 'tier ''"'I. P.i Pi-15 N. II. Sewer 4, !:'. 4 N. II. Cil.v Hrltlge. '.I New I m. St a in (is, pii;: -.'ti N. L. tias i. I'ilee, 5", Ui27. New Lou. (1. & K. .'.. PJ23 S. N. P.. Tel. 5s, I0IS Swift Co. T'S, I!' I I I nil. II!. Is, lit l Ask". 92 phi; pi.3 7S 114 J.-.'l 1)0 !6 111 pt3 !'7 tin 102 IIS O'J 5 tin DICK BROS. & CO. 30 BKOAD STREET, M EM REUS NJsiW YORK. tvt York S(i-k I'lii'liiinr.r 'eir itrk 4 iMIim i:'li:ni;e Xe Orlrltnn tildoi liiteliiincp Amuln(c .Member l.lverimil fotloti I'lilladelphln Slock Exchange New York Coffee Exchange, ( lili-ago Hoard of Trade l'li tinnae; Stocks, Ilond. ( intitn, (.rnlti nml Coffee, EDWARD B EAMES, Mgr. M'iW 1M t EN 11IS AM II S3 CEXTEtt STHEET. Kx-dlvhlend. 'T'on't worry" said the Humidor, re nssuriogly. "No nmtter bow innnev tiintit-rn ko. VI' sll. U to you." litter, tlie l.tinbTiiid ocensloii to remember tliis proiiilM'. I! will kept. Willi Die exeep ti.oi ili.it the lln.'ineler fornot Hint In sUnltleiiiit wind "in." t'levebind l.cnd ' '' , THE NATIONAL TRADESMEN S BANK of New Haven John Knox & Go., Commission Brokers Hubingcr Buiiding, 840 Chapel Street, . Telephone SI 70. SEW II A VEX, COXX. f'orrenponilent .tnlin Moron SCii'U", Imnilx, l.riiln anil ( titlon IioiibIiI nml sold for rnsli or on moderata drposlls. ()iilt'k srrloe, proopt delivery! Iniiiieillnle neMleinrm. . Also dcntrm In mining xeeorlllc of l)'sti icrmle. James C. Kerrigan. Rooms 11-12, 102 Orange Street; INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE. )f ym ilcslre P dispose of simtll lull of Southern New Knslnnil Telcpbnnc, New Haven 4i;ii, New flaven Walcr, '(iiiiicctlctit Railway and Lighting com. mon stoi-U, or any I1 (docks or bond, f can obliiln the highest price for the Is prepared I" ""'"'l I'"' nrllvc ileiiiiinil for LeltciH of ( reillt (liiiwn In Sterling for the use of traveler nbronil, and for Letters of ( rcdll drawn In (lollins for the (isc of irmelers on (Ills loiillni'iit during (he coining hcnstins of travel. Travelers' ChecKs lire nlso isfiiicil, avallitlile every where. All liusliicss you limy give ns will lie haiulleil to the best ntlvtintiigc. We (rnsl yon may rc III lo favor us with jour pntroniige. ( i'.t 11 33 NEW YORK STOCK 1H4RKKT, Reported over private, wires of rrlnee ft Whltoly, members or tlie New York nnd flnaion Slnek Rxtdinng?. New York otllco, 52 Hroadtvay, and 15 Center street, New Iliivon. Now York, Anrll HO, Ifins, (iien. High. Low. Closo Ajii. Copper ... 57H 57", fin4 57 Aid. Cur it:- P... !t'J 324 32 32'4 Am. Col. Oil. . . 27 27 27 27 Am. 1."co I'' 45 11 :3 44 u do, pfd P.'l'i ti'1'4 (lit U HI Am. Smelting. . . HflU il'.i ; Am. SiiR-nr 12, 127'., ISStj, 1 ;f, if, A., T. S. Fe. .. 7ii 7 7H 7m do. pfd Rji SU SliU H. ,- O S4 SI R3 14 Urouk. H. T 4 7 47j, 4H1! 4JP:, Cull. Pnellle , . ,1 57 1 57 1 5 l., In.". Cent. l.eHlher .. 22 ' 22 '4 22 In 2I'5 do. pfd H" S7 S7 S7 ('111. Ai tit. W. ... 4, 4 H 4i Chi. IV. V. . .14U PIS' 14R1 I Ixil C. M. S IPHj tltl IK IIS Chi, N. W 14S'4 PfSV4 1Ki, Hsit C, C. & St. L. . . 5t "4 57 5l'i4 Mi Col. F. . 1 244 !4'i 23t4 23'i Con. (ins IIS14 1S 117 117 Kilo 1S IS 17 'a 17U (b'li. Klectrle , ,.33'4 1 3 4 14 U 133 (it. Northern ...122"4 1 23 1 22 U 122'i, I III. Cetltrill . . . . I25. 125'U 124',, i24", Inter-Met 1 1 u 1114 nij 111.1: do. pfd 29 4 29 i 271, 2 ' L. & N 991.4 9!H, 99 till Mo., K. & T. I'd. DG DO 6tf tdi vStocr Exchange Securities BOUGHT OUTRIGHTS- CU5T0MERS Periodical Payment Plon DOWN.BALANCE nONTHLY WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS CARLISLE 5? CO Ji BROADWAY. N EY YORK Cannon, Morse Co. Inmirnnee nntl I) en I l ilnln, FTHF -PLATR CLASS A I ITi 1M1 )H LK! LOANS KHAL KH'I'ATK 'i'IDKLITY IiuNPfi: :::::::::::: : 7IU ( IIAI'IOI, N'ritEIOT, New llnveii, Conn. IT WILL SAVE MONEY YOU to pay all your hills hy cheek, besides afTorillug tho .most convenient, prompt nml sat Isfiictory way of settleinentr and upon the return of tho cancelled eheek yon Pave thn best form of rerelpt. The New llnveii Trust oinpnny will he pleased lo have you open an niviuint, subject In your check. ig;:j0;i Now England Investment & Securiiy Co.'s 4 1 Cumulative Preferred Stock The dividends on this stock arc unconditionally guaranteed by endorse ment on each certificate by the .N. Y., N. H. & H. R.R.C0. Price to Yield 4.90"". Tax Exempt. l oll KLK. HY THE Chas. W. Scranton Co. Investment Brokers, 103 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn. Jamas H. Parish & Co. succeeding NEWTON a PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealers in Investmant Securities 86 Orange Street. i MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY FURNISHES A CONVENIENT AND SECURE PLACE FOR THE DEPOSIT OF YOCR SE CURITIES AND VALUABLES. 72 CHURCH STREET. E tillable insurance Is Protective Enduring Assuring Satisfying Saving Beneficial Necessary Superior El LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Paul Morton, Pres. Tax Exempt. Massachusetts Lighting Co. 6 SHARES at 102, yielding 5.88V , REND FOR CIRCULAR, The W. T. Fields Co. Tel. two. nn riVianpl St. 5 BRANCH OFFICE) Boodjf, Man & Co., HANKERS A1TD BnOKfJRt 57 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. MftMBERS OF New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks BooRbt Bail idil on enmrnlmloa for cauli r carried oa nanrlai aliia Cottoa. . Grain or rrortsloaa, Investment Securities. A 8PECIALTT. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 29-31 CENTER ST. JOHN C. CLARK, Blnnnger. rrlvale Wires lo New York A Chicago $50,000 TO LOAN On Real Estate in Sums to Suit. Lorn as & Nettleton BANKERS AND BROKB85. 137 ORANGE STREET NEW HAVEN j COUNTY NATIONAL BANK til STATE STREET, ESTABLISHED 1811 Capital ....$350,000 Surplus $350,000 i I This bank offers 10 CposlM ra every facility for buunficvf and invites the accounts of eor norations, firms and individu! i j EZEKIEL Q. STODDARD, President, HORATIO 0. REDFIELD, Caihler. WILLIAM 0. REDFIELD, Amlatent Cuhler. I v Local Investments. N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. new Convertible 6's. Conn. R'way & Light 41-2's due 1951. International Silver 6's. K1M8ERLY.-ROOT & CO.. Tl. HOt. U3 Oraaar trrn. fcUaU nliti ta New Vvrk aad llaataa. Prince & .Whitely STOCK AND BOND BF?OKER5. 52 Broadway, New York. 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. STOCKS, BONDS nml all cIhhsps of fnvpptmrnt SiTiirHIes; iilwo Cirnln, I'rovlslons nnd Cotton bought and sola on commission. Pr'vate wires to New York, B-jstoh, Chicago and Richmond. Va. Lhe Union Trust Co. NEW HAVEN. Charlerfid by tho State or Connecticut with authority to act aB Executor, Ad-! mlnlfltrator, Guardian, Kecelvor or' TruBtcc, under will or deed. Ta l.u-h! lU-uoHltory ot money paid ln- ... .. .'.?! nun 'uuliu Ti'ubi Julius, act hh TruHteo tor iMumolpuntloB, (Jorpora-i liiniM und lnulviuualB, and adimnmiei-aj TtUHtH oi all lilnda. Empowered to aot iim HfiriMU'ttl' ul SIOCKH, uunuis or oillorH nvliloni'cs ot liutebledneus, munuKe Blnk-f inir I'uiHlii, and do all business auoh aaf 8 uHimlly uuno by Truut Companies. 1 It uiao dOUB a general ,uuiikiii UUBI- . collecting cnecku, notes, couponsJ andVocelves di'POHlls. The principal oil trnm Is in vested by Itself anuJ keut separate und apart 1'rom the geu4 nrl assets o the Company. 1 This company 1 by law regularlyf exHinlncd by tho Bank Examiner o thai iilate ot i;onnei;nuuu HKNRV 1- IIOTCHKISS, Preliat, ElKiHNIU S, HHIS IOl,, Trennurer, C. B. B0LMER, Manager New Uaven Crouch. 115 ic ii ncn: r Instead of running to' severaf offices for your various lines oi insurance, would it not be al great convenience and simplify? the insurance question to en; trust to one responsible and ex perienccd party ALL your in surance matters . v We are equipped to assume this responsibility. Come ana look over our equipment. NORTH'S AGENCY. TO CHURCH STREET. . '