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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1908. Does the World Owe You a Living? !' ooure l lines, lull Ilia Kirlil isn't running II dclhcry wagon, It's I Ik' iuiii Willi energy ntial pcrM'wrunoe In work, it ml who pracllcc-. I lictl't In hi ill! 1 1, V life, lo whom the world makes hoimI returns. If you w ii in to succeed wivi' Miinelhhi'f open n Im nk hccoiiiiI. Hunt la.V In Ihiil old rut of i Mainly hh-iii N iim' jour income u faKt ii you gel II. The giciil men of this grout America me ihose who mastered llie saving slln Hl'on ecn on a i di smaller Income llinii you're muklujg to-day. Don't wnll for someone lo "deliver" n fortune to you yet nut nod hustle for II, Open n hunk account with Ills hank it rial make the Mart to-day. Tel. . -I il.l. in llll ' 1') ii(isrii Mm ;t Muiiiirr. jjjM Bra deported nver ir1v,tt wires of Horn lilo wr A'- Weeks, member of tlid X"v Voi It nnil ;oHt"n Htnck Ex chanties, Frank I). Weiniiire. mana ger. Huston, i ii-liibiT 1:1. IPOS. High. I.mf, Hid. A'U. Adv Vlli Air All: Hnslnll Kill II' I I'.'ll. ,v I'nl. 'lit u n l"Z . ill'in I '. Ill llK! last week, Willie 1'Hllk InHllfl were j 111 process hi' rapid expansion In take , 1 1 1 1 foreign sales of securities. The ! : iirenteiied re-opening of the label' ills- pule in the Kngllsh cotton mills wan an unsa I islacliiry development, and caused a decline In the price of cot ton. The hesitating tendency nf slocks jier.lslei throughout. Honds were irregular. Tolal snips par value, j;i,s;;o,inii. V. rt, h'nidH were unchanged on cull- FINANCIAL. 1 1 . ulalloi Aid., Ileclu , WALL STREET NOTES Expected Disclosure of Bear Account in London Faite to Materialize. SPECIALTIES FEATURED Large Amounts of Union l'nrlllc Honils Clmiiffo Hands Preliminary Railroad Statement!. .. lsterday u'aii the Srst day of Lon don's fortnightly stock exchange set tlement .it accounts, and In view of the past week's sharp decline in prices, notably for American shares, "Wall street had rather, generally ex pected that an extensive "hear ac count" In London would be disclosed, compelling largo foreign purchases in our market for delivery In London. Nothing like tills occurred; on the contrary, foreign houses sold fully 20,000 share! to New Yorkers in the early rise here. The reported large .maturing "options" on our stocks, al li -ged to have been sold some time ago tv London Interests to New York, did n t come to light. These discoveries largely explain the failure of our own market to continue its recovery yes , terJay morning. As a matter of fact, London prices for our stocks, just be fore the -New York opening, were 1-4 to 1 1-4 point below our closings of Monday, A meriean Am, Hide American American Express Co. ,., iS: Leather pfd Securities .... Linseed Co .. .. 10'; ... H'ii do pfd ., :i', American 1iconiotlve Co. 4s'a American Smelt. & Refln. ST do pfd 104 '.- Am. Sugar Refining Co. .. ISO do pfd J 28 American Woolen Co Anaconda Copper Min. Co 4.is, A. T. & S. F 89 do pfd 96 Atlantic CoH.it. Line 88 Baltimore & Ohio 92 Vj do pfd SS Bay State Oas Co. 178 Brooklyn liapld Trans. Co. 48 Brooklyn Union Gas Co. .. 158 Brunswick Co 11 14 Canadian Southern 62 Canadian raclfle 1741i Central Leather I5',i do pfd 95 Central of New Jersey .... 195 Chcsapeak & OWo 42"j Chicago & Alton 35 do pfd 65 Chicago & K. Illinois pfd Chicago & (It. Western .... 7 do A pfd '. 27 Chicago, ,1111. & St. P .... 236'j do pfd '. .. SR Chicago & Northwestern .. 181 C. It. I. A Tac. C. 4 pc. bds 74's C. St. P., M. & 0 135 Chicago A firm. Trans 3 do pfd 12 Cleveland, C. C ft St L. ....6334 Colorado Fuel ft Iron S5i Colorado Southern 434, Consolidated Gas IWi Delaware ft Hudeon 167 Our own opening prices did not re flect London's declines from parity, Most slocks opened unchanged; a few such as St. Paul and Missouri Pacific, s.s much as 1-2 point up. A rise above these opening prices in the speculative favorites during the forenoon was not maintained; whereupon, as is usual at euch times, the "specialties" came to the front, American Can preferred lose 3 7-S points to a new high rec ord, and St. Louis Southwestern, Den ver and Rio Grande, Tennessee Cop er. Western Vnlon. Missouri Pacific, and others of the sort, went up a point or more. An assortment of news was produced to account for . 293i 31 Hi 44i rw'4 1334 87 81 Denver & Rio Grande pfd Distillers Cec Co Erie do -st pfd do 2nd pfd Great Northern pfd Hocking Valley rets .... do pfd Illinois Central 137 Tnterborough Metropolitan 104 International Paper Co 9'4 do pfd 50 Iowa Central 28 K. C, Ft. S. A M. pM .... 6R Kansas City Southern .... 28'; do pfd 61 4 Lake Krle ft Western 164 Louis, ft Nash 10S4 Manhattan Elevatefl 134 Mo., Kan. ft Texas 30'j, no pin h.i'.n these movements; in connection with 1 the rise In American Can shares, it i Missouri Pacific S64 was reported that the Moore and Held j National Biscuit ST'i interests had taken over the holdings Of the late W.I. Leeds. National Lead Co. 8?'i Estimates of the United States Steel company's earnings for the quar ter ended September 30 are coming out. The minimum amount so far suggested is $20,500,000, and the max imum J25, 000,000. N". T. Air Brake 72 N. Y. On. ft Hudson 1144 N Y. Chi. ft St. Louts .... 315 N. Y. ft New Haven 142'4 N. Y. Ont. ft West 41 Norfolk ft Western 74 do pfd 81 North American 63 Northern Pacific 141 4 Tacifte Mail i Large amounts of T'nion Pacific j Pennsylvania R. R 124 convertible bon is changed hands at ' Peoples Oas, Chi P54 99, the highest price on recird .but a Pressed Pte Car 324 level which was reach once before, in 1" pM 92 the third week In September. These . Tollman Palace far Co. .. 1634 nVimls are .convertible Into the stock , Kallvay Steel Springs .... P.64 at $175 per share at any time before ( Reading 1104 July 1, 1917. Trading in slocks for the first time In ten days was mostly of a narrow professional character. It was of con siderably smaller volume than Mon day. There was a good deal .if hesl- Southern Railway Co fi24 Me lot1; do 1st pfd 87 Rep. Iron ft. Rfeel Co 224 do pfd 7! Reck Island Co in; do ,pfd 45 i'Sloss Sheffield 34 tution at times, and doubts a.bout the; "n P". Eurotiean. situation seemed to be re- 1 Southern Pai vived perhaps because of the renew ed decline hi British consols and an : early advance In wheat, Price move Bients were up And down all day Vlthln a narrow range, but indicated) no great selling pressure, and actual losses were njiickly recovered, Opera tors who handle from 5.000 to 25,000 shares each did most of the business. , Although the general sentiment1 ecmed to lie bullish there was said to ; be still some hears who were willing to try conclusions on the short side, , end s ime well known market Judges expressed the opinion that there 'ould be. a shart reaction at least a week before the election. Some com- ; mission houses reported that several ' Of their customers, while bullish on j the market outlook, preferred to slay i out of the market until the result if: the presidential election could be ; morn clearly foreseen. i ; A in . I A m I A ill Am Oppsr ('. - F. Cntmu Lo.ro. Primary statements, comnilnd from Wheel reports of forty or fifty railways, j showed gross earnings In June 18 per cent, below 1907, in July 16 per cent.: under iHst year, In August 13 per cent. Similar returns now at hand for Sep-' tember, show only 4 per cent, .le- j crease. A few actually increased. I .Financial Interests close to a western I railroad which has made perhaps the! best comparison, were asked yesterday to explain this great Improvement 1 nil t,he more remarkable lieeaus gross .earnings of all our railways ,la.st s p tember, showed 13 per cent, inrease j .over even the n.iimi year 1 . ' Am. Smeltlng ,They answered; "All the railroads i A., T. A s. F, have stopped rebating. During the ! it',.," ,' t.'. past year there has nen m rnnon talk 1 i nn. Pao!n at Washington, fl.nd so many suits brought for reba.tlng and giving spe cial privileges, that shippers as well as railroads are now allowing traffic to pay Its way fairly, and move along the lines of least resistance." How ever, deliveries of grain by railroad at the Inland ninrkets. durlngJuly and August, were not very much In excess of the same months of 1907, But In September, a movement of quite unex ampled magnitude began. do pfd 118 St. Iouls ft Southwest. ., 154 do pfd 45i, Third Avenue an Texas ft Pacific 264 Tol., St. Louis ft West. .. 31 do pfd 59 Twin City Rap Transit ... S9 Union Bag ft Paper Co. ,. 7'4 do pfd Sfl Union Pacific lfir.i a do pfd 87 U. S. Kxpress Co 7-, I . S. Realty ft Tmp. Cn. U. S. Rubber Co do 1st pfd U, S. Steel Co do pfd. f do S. F. 5 per cent. , if. Car. Clieni. Co, Wabash do pfd.' Wells-Fargo Fxpress Co. West. Union Tel. Co. ... West, Klert. Co ft- IS ke Krle do 2d pfd Wisconsin Central do pfd 2H0 24 114 25 4Ki 874 105 132 130 234 4:',4 Sil'1 954 88 4 978 90 ' 484 142 124 63 1754 254 984 108 41 384 70 130 74 284 136t 158 162 74, 137i 5 15 36 56 434 1404 167 70 SI 32 45 1334 .M 8' 1384 94 51 264 7u 284 I4 17 107 lto 314 66 56 14 884 S2"t -r( 1044 S4 143 414 ''j 85 64 111" 2.". 1244 96 33 91 IM'3 38 1304 88 22i 79 2" 4S", 64 214 53 l4 1I4 19 494 40 26't 314 60 90 S 6I4 I6r, ss4 sr, 1 'en ten 11 hi I , . I '"l 'l ,1 1' I ; 1 n if e hnly West . FreiiUin 1 irreie' 1 ':11m up Isle lioval , . La S;,l!,' M;lt. I 'en. . M.ihiwk Nevada t'nns. North llnile. nld I I'inil 11 In 11 . Ilseenla t'n rret Oiilney Shannon Va inn rack Trinity I'. S. Mining . . do, pfd Hah t '"lis. . . Wolverine . , . Am, T. ft T. . Mass (las . .'. Kwit'l ft I'm.. ., lulled Shoe . lie. pfd. , . .'. l'nlted Fruit. New Haven . Km 4 l.-, 1 S 39 4 . n4 . 2x4 . 129U .142 TITK, COTTIIN 1 7 " I i' I 7 ' .. 1 4 n in; M 2:, 1154 i,;,,i 'I' n it r, - 66 r, 7:i', 74 '. in, i:mb 1:1 i 1, in 23 'a 2:1 :m ui.'U ii', 14 i'i r,;l ii.u.. IS'., Hi 4 xt st 414 C4 46 118 1 1 1I 'i'i 2'i 1 , 85 4 92 93 ' 154 li4. 71 7 3 174 l4 174 ;i9 4 394 40 414 45 4114 in',, 41 1 137 IM " 127 4 1274 1274 51 55 - 1111 1H2'i 54 54 5 4 '. 24 24 2U 12H4 129 I 29 4 1 42 1424 1424 MAHKF.T. Reported over private wires hy Haydii. Stone ft I'fi, members 'of New York flnd Rnsion Stock and New York Col ton Kx, 'hanged. New Haven branch. 33 Center si rret. New York. October 13. 190?, IllR-h. Low. Uist. October S6 92 S!t Poeeiiiher R72 Si'' 871 January S5:i S46 8.', March 849 84 SHI I,OCAL STOCK ,IOT.T10NS. Conuclad UaUy by Iviuiu Hoot ft Co., Itivestmeul Broken, Hi OrangH street. Fr. Mil. Aked City 11)0 140 - p'iHI National I'l'i ,i;e Second National 100 192 National New Haven 10U 190 Mechanics 60 62 68 Me.ei:nii' .Nttlloiial., 6- u4 Nat. Tradenmens. . . . 100 HO New M.iven i.ounty.. la 16 l'ale Nailfiial 1 Oo Hi n .,v Im'vm x . ui .. irv ;! M r'eopu l 'itjt.. Uc 11" MUcellaBcou Stocks. Far. I'.d. Askod American Hrass loo lo U'9 Ainorlcan Uai Uwarc. . 100 lOi Edison Lie,'., Boston. l'Hl 23.1 235 N. H. Water 50 9:4 i4 III. Sliver (,!, 1933 VI 4 do. pf,t. I'lj bX 56 New Haven Otts..,. 25 44 N. 11. Wk'er Lo 5u 3 1 eck, t-Luw & Wilcox. 5 63 Security Insurance,. 25 44 4'l S. N. K. Tel luu 1104 112 Swill ft I'D 1U0 102 Wii l'nlted llhimliiailng. 100 161 llallroad Mocks. Boston ft Albany 100 217 21S Colin. Kj'. .t 1... pld loo 73 i'i Conn. Kj . ft L luu 65 '4 i',i!4 Uhiioury & Belhel... ;5 10 New Loud. North.... l'Jtf 11. & Conn. West..., luo 41 N. Y., N. Jl. ft 11 K B. lmi 141 142 Itullroail IlouiU. Old. Askvd Berkalilre St.Ry.5s,due 1932 101 bw. N. Y. Air Line 4S.1956 95 Uridisepoi t Trac. 5e, 1923 104 brieiol Tiamway 44 11145 974 Conn. K. ft l44s, stamp. 10" Cons. Ii). 19u4 89 4 Cons. Ly. 4s. 1956 Cons. ily. 4t. lluo -- Con. Hi. dubs., 1930 L'. .v. N. 4s. 1955 95 D.ill. ,V lielllel 5s, 1914. . . . ItS Harlem ft 1'. C. is, 1911.. 9i',j do. 4s, 1 954 9S')t Hoiisaiouic 1.1, 1310 Hit do, 4s, 1 937 1 1 2 4 Met', v'oiiip. 6b, 1 923 Iu2 Merlilen hi. 5s, quo 192 4.. I'M . ,.0,, a in- k -la, iiist.' Northampton 6s, I'.'O.i.... mo'., N. II. & Center, 5s. 1933,., l'lli N.H.&Lierbj 1st 5s,due 191!. 103 N. H. . 11. 5s. !:H2. . . . I"" N. 11. Mieel 5s, 1913 101 N. H. Strut 5s, 1914 l'H New Loll. SI. 5s. 1923 ... I j3 N.Y., N.H eoiiv. S '-s. 1956. 91 N. V.. N. II. ft 11. 68, l'JIS 129 do. 3:, I9u4 N". Y., N. It. ft II. 4s, 11156 9:'4 1'rov. Seciiruy 4s, 1 ','oi Shore Line 44s. mm 1"04 N. Y. ft N. K. 4s, 1945 97 I'M 91 91 4 112 4 tt'l 101 105 92 130 85 94 M 101 MIsrellRnrou flnnils. l .1 Adams Express 4s, 1948. 92 Bianlenl l ft W. 6s, 1931 l"2 In. Sl'ver Os. 1933 i, In. Slher 0s, mis Ii'54 N. II. lias Con. 5s, 191S. 120 N. II Winer cn. I'.il"-I5, 1 i'i N.H Sewer 4s. 1914 "1 X. V. City Krldi;, 34s,. 92 Neu l.'Oi Stca 111 Us. 19l,i- i 1 'I XorivleliUiis A I';ie,'.5s.l929 I'll .New l,"i,.Sifaiii i.s, 1'"l3-2'i I'll l'ro . Seeir it v I '. 1057... Wor. ft C. 1st 1 4 s, 1913 S. X K, T'-l 5s, tt'4' Swift At Co 5", IHI4 I'nlt. III., 4s, 1940 ..... COIN ,V, KKSl'MI'TI). I nil I'o-co ;oes on lit Philadelphia Mini to Supply Husinr- Demand, 1'hllndclphln. Oct. 13. After three in niwis of practical Idleness the I'nlt- I ed States mint In this city has resum- ' cil operations with a full force and at full hours. In order to supply the ! pressing demands from banks In all j kccIIoiis east and went for coins of various iI'Mioininni Ions, with which (.0 meet the increasing requirements ofj current and prospective huslneK. (nil June 29 lust coinage ceaspd at the 1 mint and the working forces wore dis missed until such time as the coun try's currency reiiilrenients should call for their employment, orders from the treasury depart ment are ex.neeted to be sufficient to keep the nihil engaged all winter, and ll l.i possible (hut it will be necessary later to extend the work into extra hours. For the present, coinage will be confined for the most part I i the production of subsidiary silver coins half dollars, quarter 1 dollars and dimes and the minor coins, nickels and pennies. Resumption of gold coinage will follow soon. F.nir, TiULnoui mfittint;. New York, Oct. 13.- The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Erie railroad was held to-day. The annual report of the road on the year ended June 30 showed operating rev enue of $50,007,603; operating ex penses. $39,97 7,497; opralng Income, $8,918,570. In the previous year the net rarnlnga were $ 1 5,747,788. "Tl, ought you said she had good teeth. "She has." "I saw lir laugh .Inst now, and she hasn't a tooth fn her head." "Must have been nn the closet shelf," Nashville Am erica 11. STOCKS BONDS F. S. Butterworth & Co., Investment Securities Prlva'e Wire for execution of orders upoi New York ni Baston Stock Exc'ian es. Quotations mi information furnished upon application. Telephone 3 1 000 10 1 Exchange Building INANCIAJ Investments. Southern New Fniglnnrt Telephone to, New Haven Gas Light Co. t'nilofl IlluiiitnntliiR Co. Mechanics Tlnnk Stock. Massachusetts Lighting Companies. Seranton (In.) Fleetrlc Co. preferred. Conn. Hy. Mchllnjr 4 4. tM. Willlmnntlo lias ft Klectrie First Mortgage ft", IMS. The W, T, Fields Co. 902 Chapel Street. tel. BS7.V. H. C. Warren & Co., BANKERS Investment Securities 108 Orange Street. ,....t..,tdt,H-W Your Widow Will not need to marry for ft home if you carry a life policy in THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY For particulars C. H. PORTER. Mgr. Exchange Building.! Bonds for Investment. Connecllii Railway ft Lighting Company stamped 4,.j'a. New Hmen Street Railway Company first mortgage ft's. New Haven Street Rial In ay Company ( Kilgewooil Division) 5'i. Hnnlniry ft Reiliel Sheet Railway Company Cons. Mortgage 5's. Jiroion ft Stoningloii Street Railway Company first mortgage ft's. illiiiinnllc (ins ami Kleelrie Light Company llrst mortgage 5'i. Clarence E. Thompson & Sons, 810 Chapel Street. Telephone 2053. BRANCH OFFICE! Boody, McLellai & Co., BANKERS AND BROKERS, 111 BROADWAY, NEW YOWL MEMBERS OF Now York Stock Excftange. Bonds and Stocks Bong! it diiiI sold on comnilHslon lot cash or carried on mnj;lii; also Cotton. Grain or Provision. HORNBLOWER WEEKS MEMBERS OF NEW tORK AND BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGES. NEW rOTtK. New Wnven Office 27 Center Street. CHICAGO. BOSTON. BOSTON. NEW YORK. HAYDEiN, STONE &, CO. E ANKERS AND BROKERS, INVESTMENTS. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 33 CENTER STREET. E. B. EAMES, MG3. James C. Kerrigan. Rooms 1112, 102 Orange Street. INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE. I" i I '3 . 99 69 A-'f-t 95 rr-i tl,'v'-t 152 M lii I'll) 14, 92 ' l.x-dlvideud STOCK M RHKI' REVIEW. 31 101 Hi 4K in.i 12'i 280 f,S 7'l'i 8 10 Mfliug I'rorem on iliistrinl Itallroiiil anil Slocks, f 11- 47 9 48', lOIHi, 102'i 33 13 310 81 7;r 9'a 11 "X nnxv loiia rorr MriKiirr. Reported over nrivats wires Whltety, members or lorn ani unsion Mtnek n,e!ianir mvkf Va.-U -.mn.. en r. . ',.,, . v., ,.... n; nrnnnirny, and '""""''""' Nmv i,Bven iew 1 nrK. rietnher High ! New York, (ict. 13. Tliere appeared ! lo lie some conflict of purpose between j at least tv. i, strong parlies in the spec. ulallon today, although their opera-, j lions tended to some mutual advantage. I In the one case the support of prices I atahist pressure, without, any attempt! t, bring about an advance, seemed to j meet, the i, sired object. In the oIIom - ,'iise the!" was an aggressive nrirkingj j up of prices which seemed designed to j Incite a. public following In the market The lifting process was almost wholly j i confined to groups of low priced rall ! road and industrial slocks, In many of . which there are Important or dominant j holdings by Identical Interests. The! .minor railroads brought Into this' THE Chas.W.ScrantonCo., Investment Brokers, 103 ORANGE STREET, NEW HAVEN. CONN. High grade Bonds and Stocks, suitable for the in vestment of Trust Funds. , List of offerings fur nished upon application, Orders executed for purchase and sale of se curities listed on the New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. Private telegraph wires to New York and Boston. If you desire to dispose of small lots of Southern New England Telephone, New Haven Gun. New Haven Water. Connecticut Railway and Lighting com mon stock, or any local stocks or bonds, I tan obtain the highest price for tut nine. F. C. Buslmcll, l'rcst,; R. S. Woodruff, N. W. Kendall, R. E. Hronson, Trcas. 4 aS CHAPEL STREET NEW HAVE N, CON N. Telephone 2955. INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPEClAaVTV. NEW HAVEN WWA 2131 CENM f JOHN C. CLARK. Manager. Private Wires to New York a Chicago. CARDINAL REQUISITES OP SAFETY. The New llaicn Trust Com pnny embodies the highest de gree of Safety for money. Us cardinal requisites are Ab solute Security. (Jood Manage ment and Efliclent Service. Your account, subject to iheck. I Invited, with the strongest guarantee or safety and satisfaction. Cnpllal ...$200.(100.00 Surplus ond Profits. . 03.810.35 "',""j i James H. Paris'! & Co succeeding NEWTON & PARISH. Id Stocks and Bond Dealers in tetTuit Securitisi 86 Orange Street WE OEFER YOr ANY AND AM, OK THE FOLLOW IN'i F(R.MS OK 1NS1 RAN E: Tire. Marine, Autnnioblle. Surety Bond. Bag gage. Accident, Kurglnry siul Casually inciiid Ing Rinployers l.labilll '. H' I Se and Vehicle Liability, Steam Holler. Klevator Accident. Tor nado. Automatic Sprinkler, and I'lsle Glass. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK in STATE STREET. ESTABLISHED 1834. Capital $350,000 Surplus.... $350,000 This bank offers to deposi tors every facility for business, and invites the accounts of cor poratiens. firms and individuals. EZEKISL G. STODDARD, BONDS & STOCKS OF UnquGstionab-e Security Netting from 5 to 6. FREDERICK C. HULL, INVESTMENT SECURITIES, 850 CHAPEL ST. Correspondent Bcrtron, Storrs & Griscom, New York. MANNERS. Phlla. I !lPe 78', lft 3 .v. 49 !, .irr.s. Reporlfrt ever private B'i"k "f Prtnes Whltelv. members nf Nev Vork and Boston Stork Exchanges, Now Volk "IIP'", f,2 Hl'lH'IWIl . ,111,1 III Center siiei". New Unven. Conn. New Trk Oct. 13, 190 Arlnma Express Co 18 Amalgamated Copper 7.ri's American Car Foundry Co 401, do pfd 100W 'American Cotton Oil S'"'1. ,' do pfd 0 7S'i, 4,114 10."4 3Ss 92 'i 'lit. I.eit h. ; l.'ilS. rih in . . . i 'Ii i & Gt 1 (.'.. xr. St p.. . Col, F. I fen. i? s ! Ie. H- Hudson . . 1 Krle do. 1st pfd . . Ht North., pfd. . : 111, Oiural , . . Tnter-Xfet , pfd. . I, N, ...... . M , K t- T.. pfd Mo. T-'nelfle N. T. Central . . , N . Y O. ti V. . . X A- W No. I'aelfle.... Penn. H, R. I People's Onii , , . 1 Tleadlnir ' Rep, I, it- P ; do. pfd : Ruck Island . . . do pfd ; So. t'nclfle Ho Tta 1 1 wn v . . . ' rlA ,.,,'.4 4 : v' ' ' i t,' 'in ' ' j J , ,V I '. , I, . 1 11. Pselne f. Hub., pfd. t". P. Steel do. pfd T'tah Copper . . 4 8i, 7Si. 2.8 ii 4LM. 7Hl 4nis ?,:, 4!i ;o,ik !' 7 , 4 9 175i; I 13. 1 not: 1 .0 w 33 SO 8 S 97', 4, 71 !,i, ;i. Last, 7 ", ;l n 1 1 37, I, 11.-., S7 Ml-, nt Prl,,e the Now I movement 111'" believed I" be held in 11 ' large proportion of the i,,t:il capital by the controlling Inter, is ,y m ganl.ei i, lock mark, I pool', ", jth the purpose ,,!' controlling lis dl.s,o..utlon In ! the mark"!. W'iii" price niovenieiits .are tllU'i made easy of .i,vdi,ip'M;iiieii: i will! a s ill 11 1 1 iiiituuitt of St'.,'!; net ::! !l,v ! ell:! im in l- iiaiiihi. It Is thu- r.i.'ilily of ' uiliillpillalbtu which lay ,,p, n lo sir';- pe'loll lie inoveliiellls III sic ! . i.'K.-. BONDS AND STOCKS.- Hi's of itifti. R. R. onve.rtlhle l2. I 1 7 1 : ism, 3s 141 1H7 32 4 4 13.' 1314 32S 1 Ml. (5.) I j 83 ij 1 " 4 41 7" 1 141 ' 123' 98 3. ."' 4l'-5 104 1. 1SI, 101 . 4'!', 19i, 4 ' H 1.171, :m i 1 4 u 1 ' 4 8 1, Ui- IM', t,-,rt 71, 4 1. 74'-, Mis, . 8 ! Sft, 2',i, 9 1 " 4 I" 6 8 !!', mn, 1 a 1 1, 47 I'ltii, 41-; 138', 131 3,8i, :tn 14,; 1 4,1:1, 187 1R ,11 iP : 4 1', i V.m, i:i:'i is J!. t.T l'H i!iil (Ji, S3 ' r, 11 ' , 1'U 1"4 " 41 41 7 3 1, 7 4'-,, 141 IIM, 12SV 124 " ".,, ',;, : is''-', 22'i 22', 79 '.!", 2'1 4.1, 4 5".. 1'i:U. till'. 21 1, ! p--'1; 8 2'? 2.8 !i, 1R.8 1, I ii,.", 1 " I 1, 1 a I , 4 s, 4.V 1091, i":n. 418, 4llj ' ' ,'i.n, ehllle tl l,,M, ! !,, 1? ; iii-lit finals -. "Hi, I the 1 'i in 1 1 1 1 m 0 '.i iters I teresl. vi ll ho it inv v, l,,,,v,"n is 11 ffe t i Hileii v. as the i ff, I ilese si ncs toihl 'A anls S'M'i '"! 11 i ;-' ! 'lr;'ii 1 1,",o to -a . t h,- uie.;-,' ' 1 na 1 V "' c ,! . ' ' " 1 . i :or -4 Put lie! Iv concert ,,f niov r f x i!;i 11.1 r i, 111 than Ilip or properly In . ' xplanat Ion In ,e. B: l'ie il'oprrfiey of ti" 1, l. ,11 of 1 Their :C; rt or-; U),- , .,( ,.,.,t now of s' 4 nun. Ity. .V Light N. Y V. II. & II ;!'.2 of lor, 11. New Mitloni Tower llrst 5's, C. S. Hteel S. I'. .Vs, tllllil. I'.ci i.-li'r,. si. Hallway ,",'s nf 11122. H, ifl'W-a- New llavcii (.11s Light, Co, Hp ' luiceis S. N, E. Telephone, i hliares t 01111. Hj. A Light. 1 atoclt ERLY. ROOi g. CO.. HORATIO WILLIAM Preslilent. ! G. KED.FrrJ.D. j Cniililer. i G. REDi'IELU, I Assistant (11 shier. ! Tel. 11(19. PrH nie vr I ns P, 13.1 OrniiS street. w Vf.rk nnil llust,,,, Princg & Wiiileiy STOCK AJT FOND BROKERS. Securities Company 902 Chapel Street. Syndicate Inicslini'iits Klnaiii'liig Meritorious Enterprises Industrial Securities; Rough! anil Sold I'lscnl Roprpi-riilnllves of the l'nlted Wireless Tidrgrnpli ( onipany. Notv is the time to buy United Wireless Stock t; 'i' than .1 ce-th In i,l 1-i'1- nee at Ml" tv tell, put '"-', M-,,1 (fl etliint ', I' nil !l"Hv adv. nice The at- 1 lituil,', , .fieri,, 'iina Indi. He ; i . ,: ;i r,l j ,,--. f ,s;,6.";!:it o :,i n.rr'l,.. j 'o n rco'i'iaiti o: apiire'e.n.nii n re tr-r'1 ing '' ' poibl-nl outlook jp fr,:rnt,J 'O '.'OI'C , olil Mc! Ion 'n !llAI,..y ,'r,rt.;t 1 SUrp'ile; .-.ll'l "o the V'Ui'pos'e 1 ,1 riu'el' the ;'--1 ri ii of tv, hv.t etn.-i ion, The ', lower :"'HC" of price a ill I,,,iidoii e.hlrli : were encountered when th,. Io-mI mn-. lio opened had an ert'e't of adinonl; i ,i of dormant l'"ars ,,f Hi,, situation felt Itliere, Money on call lOmmiindeil a i maximum late higlter than at any lime C. C. CARROLL 52 Broadway, 15 Center Street New York. New Haven. Rooms iwc UIIVOLII, !'! Hubinger Rulldlng, 840 Ghipel St, Tel, 13009. Correspondent of W. B. SMITH & 1S7S I DOS CO. Members New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. I STOCKS. !HMM anil fill classes ol ' Investnicni Sccuriilcn; uImj Grain, I'roilsloos ami oliou hoiiulH and sold ; on commission. i lr"valc v.lres lo .New York, n-wton, i Ciiii.auo and Kli hiiioiol. Va. Members of tho Exchange, of Now Hoard of Trade, Consolidated Stock York, and Chicago! C. B. BULMER, Maaner New Havcu liranotj. The National Tradesmens Bank OF NEAV HjVYETs' takes pleasure In ojfforinn to It patrons the benefits and advant ages of its reputation and experi ence, With ample ciipttnl nmi large resources It is able to afford to lis customers every facility eon slslent with gooil business. Individuals and corporations considering changing or enlarg ing llirir hanking connections, are cordially imlted to correal pond wlti1 tne Dank. GEO. A. SAUNDERS Local Representative ofl The Colonial Investment Co. 201-202 Malley Bld'g. Tel. 64-3. New England Agent for Thd. Deal Alvord Company, exclusive dealera I Long Island Rail Estate. The Union Trust Co . SEW HAVEN. Chartered by the State of Coniiectlciil wltn authority to act as Kxecutor, Adi mlnistrator, Gunrdlan, Receiver 01 Trustee, under will or deed. Is legal depOLitory of money j aid la to Court, und 1'ublle Trust funds, act nt Trustee lor Slunlelpalltles, Curporai Hons and Individuals, and adnilnlslnir Trusts of- all kinds. Kinpowercd to ad s Reglstrsr uf Slocks, Honda of othftl evidences of Indebtedness, manage sink lug funds, and do all business such a is usually done by Trust Companies. It also does a general banking busil ness, collecting checks, notes, coupon and receives deposits. The principal each, trust is Invested by itself an kept Krparate and apart from the gen) eral assets oi tne comjiny. Tills r'nmnnnv la bv law reiularl examined by the Rank Examiner of tht State of Connecticut. 11 EN It Y 1. HOTC1IKIM, President. EVGKNK a. BKIBTOL, Trensorc MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANl FURMSKES A CONVENIENT AND SECURE PliACE FOR THE DEPOSIT OE YOCR HE CURITIES AND VALUABLES. 72 CHURCHSTRP1ET New Haven First Mm 280080. 3 MO -8 1000-fi' SO.) 500 8'7 J100 flOO 8r 2280 ff 2,-,.ltrf, 1 200 87, Vnll iinrtleulnrs fnrnlshril on etltn Inins tnr Cnli! .-laij main i ui oa i $ 50) -81 50008 lOOOflri 1800 8e,5 33O0fiK 2noo8 180ft 8 15018 1S00 Of, 35006 regarding any nppllesllon. Ii Lomis &. Nettletort BANKERS and BROKERS i 137 Orango Strsajt.