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THE MORNING JOURNAL COURIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1908. ipcc fhsnffoc tan -I To Now B,,sincs3 Conccs 'Gda ulldlljCO Jdll. I, To Old Business Concerns jinking huslncss Is the mont. niiorlant factor In the development Vness, lour account should Ik placed where it will lie of the most .... Ink pays Interest nn chocking Recounts Is llhrn.l eliminates red fn nil on fulr IiumIupsm hitsls open Saturday evening for the con- ft Its patrons. unr H-. a iJAfL. B.,V it -"..in oimcn s it ut)v kvhiningh. WALL STREET NOTES Lack of Usual Introductory ' Fireworks Symbolical of Later Market. BONDS REPLACE STOCKS j Apathy of Foreign Financial Markets ' Unusual In View of Earth -I qaalta. ! Changes In price at the opening were Insignificant New York Central and ', Baltimore and Ohio started 3-8 higher; I American Smaltlng, Consolidated Gas, I Kansas City Southern, and Pennsyl i vanla, 3-8 lower. The more Important I stocks opened unchanced from yeater lay. This lack of the usual Introduc tory fireworks Indicated withdrawal of the familiar "pool support" and gave An Inkling of what was to follow. There were some rather futile attempts at bidding up prices Wabash pre ferred, for Instance, opening at 40 3-4 land going to 60 8-4 on the next sale of prmres. lull vvaun mouiuuy as- Ill, and a fractional advance was shortlived. In the sec weakness was general, Union .particular falling 1 1-8 from n highest. With the publl he Union and Southern Pa ngs, at noon, the market front and rushed up again. Paeiflo temporarily reaching record for the year. Then eonfusftrl reaction ud to the Aifcdy took the clay's proceed- seriously; they were a series s ana counter-moves neiween ate professional operators. 1 I lind dealers say that a fair per I of those who are now buying Ire doing so from the proceeds Is which they have liquidated. I here Is a great deal of uncer- Inbout th course of the stoek next month there Is not much (that cheap and ahundant money frlnjr about higher prices for Large profits have already (made by those who bought bonds lr ago, and as late as the end of ler, but tbeer are still many ls- Ithat are selling way below a 4 or -2 per cent. Income basis. IvOndon Influence In this market not as Important as the day be Amerlcsn stocks on the. other were quiet, with little change In ees previous to (the opening here. were a. shade easier, foreign li trifle firmer, snd coppers fatr- lig. Foreigners sow moderately I higher prices esftibHshed at the local opening, but turned buyers later when our list weakened. There was nothing In the Readlna November statement on which to bull the stock, although quite a good many brokers had a pointer that Reading would be given a decided boost. I.asl month's surplus decreased lii.M.Ooo snd the five months' surplus is nearly 12, 000,000 below that of 1907 mid the smallest in five years. This explains why the company has no Immediate In tention of increasing tho dividend. The price's of the stock limits the Invest ment yield on It to about 2 3-4 per cent. Traction securities were uniformly heavy. Profit-taking sales In the Inter-Met. shares and in Brooklyn Itapld Transit, after the heavy ad vance in bith, have not yet been alwor-hed. Yesterday the Inter-Met. 4 l-2s were very weak. There Is a broad speculative interest In them, fortified by a 10-polnt prollt In the pa.n month. Some surprise was expressed at the apathy of financial markets, especial ly In Europe, over the earthquake de struction In Sicily and Calabria. Noth ing much was known here as to hc Insurance Indemnities and who stood to make payment. In actuU vain .', the destruction of property mull i."t well match the $400, 000, nan ins t 1 905 at San Francisco, hut It may reach substantial figures, nevertheless. Neither was It known whether Fnpr llsh or French Insurance comp.iives were chiefly involved. An active business was .lone in Den ver common above 40. It soi l as high as o 1-2. Various explanations w.-ie given of the rise In the stock, among them one that Edwin Hasvley ha 1 taken nn Interest In the property. The actual sltuatloif probably Is tlia' the company Is getting ready to make an Issue of its now bonds. Hon I Is sues are now considered bulllsn on stocks. Th "ITarrlman earnings" for No vember, as published yesterday, were In some respects a close repetition .v' October's, but they showed pomer gross results, and somewhat decreased economies. In October Union Pacific lost JIH.onO In gross from 1!0" and gained J191 4.000 In net; In November, It lost $164,000 gross and gained $544,000 net. Southern Pacific In Oe. tober turned JS97.0OO gross decrease Into $908,00 ne.f increase; Nnv.nhe saw $452,000 gro. loss turned Into $7(13.000 net gain. It was only In Sep tember that Union racltlc whs able to make a better f.iowlng of gross earnings than In the same month , y. ar ago; the Increase In gross was $464,000, leaving the remarkable gain of $1.4l'5,nnn n net The explanation for that month was the abnormal!1.1 early and heavy rush of wheat from farm to mirket, whlc'.i to an extent threw Into September traffic which be longed to OctiiDer and November, The fact that, the Union Pacific's gross earnings for the past live months arc witnln $341,000 ut the maximum in record, and Hint. Its net earnings for the period have never been approach ed by $4,1100,000, again adds Inter, .it to the fact that the executive IvmI of tho company has been piainling, nal In hand, pleading for higher railway rates cm the ground of poverty. FINANCIAL. ('l.OKI.Nti THICKS. Reported over private wires of I'rlneo & WhltHly, members of the Now York and lioston Stock Exchange, New Ioik olle:e, 02 l.i iih'I wh.i , aim lit OlIttT Nile.... New lliive.l. ( (11)11. New Haven, Pec. 30, lilini. Adams Express tin 181 i!U0 Anulganmted Copper S3',4 W American Car Foundry Co. 4fl',i Wn do pl'd 83, SI American Cotton oil 42'i il do pfd Ho UT American Express Co 205 UH) Amer. JIUIe & lMither pM.. llfi'i 117 American Ice Securities ,,. 22!, 22'.ii American Unseed Co Z 14', 4 do pfd 28 34 American Locomotive Co..., 67V4 ToMi do pfd '.. Ill 113 Amer. Smelt, and Refining.. 81?, 82 do pfd 101 ion; Amer. Sugar Refining Co.... 130 132 do pfd ....129 130 American Woolen Co. ...... 2! 31 Anaconda Cop. Mining Co... 40'j "ill Atehl., Topeka A Santa Fe.. 100 100i; do pfd lOD'i 101 Atlantic Coast Line 107 109 Paltlmore A Ohio llOVi HOMi do rfd f2 04 Hay State C.as Co 16 1 Prooklyn' Rapid Transit Co. 6,'i 07 Prooklyn Union Cas Co.... 147 lis Prunswlck Co 14'i lii'i Canada Southern 6n 67 Canadian Pacific 176 170 Central leather 314 32 do pfd 101 '.j 101 Central of New Jersey .... 227 22S Chesapeake Ohio 56 4 fiiii Chicago Alton 64 65 do pfd 73 76 Chicago A K. Illinois pfd ... 112 ISO Chicago at Western 11 11 do A. pfd 40 40 Chi., 'Mil. St. Faul iso ir,ni; do pfd. 1B3', 1644 Chicago Northwestern... 1S3 1M Chi., R. I. Pac. Coll. 4 R 7Ti 774 Chi., St P , M. & Omaha... US 160 Chicago Term. Trans B 6 do pfd 12 15 Cleve , C., C. & St. L 69 7 Colorado Fuel Iron 394 33 Colorado Southern .'"'4 f"4 Consolidated Cas 1624 1634 Delaware A Hudson 1794 1?0 Delaware Ivick. Western .V.ri .W Denver A Rio Grande pfd.. Rl 814 Distillers Sec. Co. 37 37 Erie 34 344 do 1st, pfd e4 5'1 do 2nd, pfd 394 4"N General Electric lf.7 1I Great Northern pfd 146 1464 Hocking Valley in; ir4 do pfd 914 36 Illinois Central 1474 US Interborough Metropolitan... 17 1? International Paper Co 12 12 do pfd 36 K64 Trnva Central 31 31 K. C Ft. S. Memp. pfd. 74 "54 Kansas City Southern .... 40 40 do pfd. ' ; 71 71 Lake Erie A western 2! 24 Tuts. Nash 1234 124 Manhattan Elevated 153 1514 Mexican Central 23 2 Mo, Kan. Texs 42 4!' rConrluded on Thirteenth Pare.) We Olfcr, Subject to Previous Sale: CORPORATION BONDS. Maturity Price i Int. Yielding I'nilcil I I. I,t. .V IV. Co. Iti.lto. 14s. .Iltlilt IM1 I.Ktri IVoplcM (ins .V i uUc ( i. fm IHI7 04 4-H lm-UHp iim (SI. IMils) ltd'. ISs t'i 4.K7'", Scraiiloii l .lcctrlc Co. r.n ll:t7.l'J H I 4 i.MV'c Union Mice. Pr. Co. P.filg. f.s, . . l!):iH It'J .'.,07 CORPORATION STOCKS. Price MicliiKni. Slide Tel. Co. lr;, I'I'il Oil nil iiiv, dlv. Dul.tlli I'.dison i ;icc. Co. li'Vr prd 117 4 anil ace. dlv. So.illicrn X. K. Tel. Co 11 New llnvcii (ins Mj:;lit Co 124 vicid 0.2.Vi .I.Vi R.OII'.i 4.71 F. S. Telephones 3IO0-3101. &. Company, Exchange Building FINANCIAL. I UNITED GAS & ELECTRIC CO. FIRST 5'S 1922. i Company owns ami operates twelve gns and electric properties t Including lliirlliinl .ns I, lull t ',) In HIIT'ieiu eltles; earning four 1 1 m n Its bnnrl In terest; $1.712.000 bonis outst:i.ailiii. secured by values of $.',00 J, 000. FREDERICK C. HULL, i. vkki m iont siscunniES, 002 CHAPEL ST. . Correspondent Bcrtrorv Storrs & Griscom, 1 H. C. Warren & Co., BANKERS Investment Securities X f 108 Orange St. 3 FINANCIAL. $30,000,000 Louis & San Francisco Railroad Company General Lien 15-20 Year 5 Per Cent. Gold Bonds. DATED MAY 1, 1107. 1)1 V. M V 1, 1027. INTEREST PAYARr.E REMT-ANNT A I.T.Y. MAY 1ST A VP XOMIMPI U 1ST. (Total Issue iimitei to $inrt,R:.n,-inn.) RIGHTS NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT COMPANY, NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY TELEPHONE COMPANY, EDISON ELECTRIC ILLUMINATING CO. OF BOSTON, UNITED ILLUMINATING COMPANY poiairr am soi,i. CLARENCE E. THOMPSON & SONS. 810 Chapel Street. Telephone 2053. HORN BLOWER & WEEKS MEMKEItS OF NEW YORK AND BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGES. New Haven Office, 27 Center Street. II. M. Painter, Manager. ROSTOV, NI.W YORK. CIIK'AOO. DETROIT. BOSTON. NEW YORK. HAYDEN, STONE & CO, HANKERS AND BROKERS. INVESTMENTS. NEW HAVEN BRANCH, 33 CENTER STREET. E. B. EAMES MG James C. Kerrigan. Rooms 11-12, 102 Orange Street. INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE. If yon destrn to dispone of small lots of Southern New I'ngtnnil Teleplionn, New lliiven Cm, New Haven Wutcr, Connecticut Railway and Lighting com mon stock, or any local stocks or IioikIh, I cuu obtidu the liialut.t price for Ilia (.nine. Principal and Interest payahle In New- York In T'nltnd Ptntes Gold Coin; or. at the holders option, In l.on- on. In Sterling, at the rte of $4.fl per pound sterling; In Frankfort oM or In Rerlln. In Relehsmatks. at the rate of M.4.20 per dollar; In Amsterdam, In Guilders, at the rate of Fls.2.4R per dollar; and In Francs, at the rate of Kcs. 6.16 per dollar. Principal and Interest payable without deduction for any tax or taxes which the Railroad Company may he required to pay thereon, or retain therefrom, under any present or future law of the l'nlted States, or of any State, County or Municipality therein. The .entire issue at any time outstanding, hut not any part thereof, Is subject to redemption at the option of the Railroad Company, on sixty days' previous notice, at. 1624 and accrued Interest on any Interest day prior to May 1, 1H2."; ami at par and accrued Interest on May 1, 1 ft 2 2. or on any Interest day subsequent thereto. Coupon Ronds of $1,000 ench, with privilege of registration. Registered Ronds may be re-exclianged for Conpon Ronds, illE RANKERS' TRTTST COMPANY OF VKW YORK AND N. A, McMIM.AV, TRESTI I s. A large amount of the above Bonds having been sold, we offer the bal ance for public subscription at 891 and accrued Interest to delivery. The subscription will be opened at the otliees of the undersigned at. 1 1909, snd will be closed at 3. On P, M. or earlier on the same day, the right lion and to award a smaller amount than applied for. A first imyment of $M In civ York funds per $1,000 bond anhirrlh tiotiH. The biiliince of the amount due on bonilH allotted upon subscription January 14, MOD, nt the office of the u iiilerslRiied, w hen temporary ccrllflcnt for definitive londs when rendy. If no allotment he mad", the flrst paymen portion of the amount applied for he allotted, the balance of the flrst paym due on January 14, 10no. No Interest, will he allowed on such first pay euch balance will be returned. Failure to pay the second payment, when d liable to forfeiture. n.nO A, M. on Tuesday, January S, being reserved to reject any nppllca- ed for must wcnmpiiny all ntiltMTlp wlll be piiyahle In New York funds on es will ho delivered, cvliiiitgi-jihle t will be repaid In full, and If only a enp will be applied towards the amount ment. If any further balance remains, ue, will render the previous payment The subscription will lie, opened slmnltnneonsly. In Iondon, by Messrs. SPEYER RR OTHERS. In Amsterdnm. by Messrs. TEIXEIR A D E M TTOS RROTRERS. y ' Application will be made to list the Monds on the New Vnrl Ptnck Exchange, and In Furope, For further Information as to this Irsue of Bunds, reference Is made to the letter from R, V. Yoakum, Ebc., Chairman Executive Committee, of the fit. Iuils and San Francisco Railroad Company, addressed to the un dersigned, as well as to the mortgage and supplement thereto, copies of which may he obtained at our otflce, New York, December 31, lOdS. SPEYER & CO., 2I-2H Pine Street. TO THF, HOLDERS OF ST. LOUIS, MEMPHIS AND SOUTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY 5 Year 4 1-2 per cent. Gold Bonds, Maturing June 1, 1909. We are prepared to accept on January 14, IPnfl, these Hnnds at par and accrued interest in payment for St. Louis and Ban Francisco Railroad Coini;iiy General Lien 15-20 Year 5 per cent. (?old Ronds allotted on the kbovn subscription. SPEYER & CO. ' New York, December 111, 1008. UNITED STATES R UBBER COMPANY Ten-Year Six Per f.Vnt Collateral Trust Milking Minn i.oin nonis. Due December I, l!"H, Coupon Roods Iti denominations of 91, 000 elicit. Redeemable lit 103 and tii'orued Interest on any Inter est payment ditto on luenlj .one day's notice. Milking; fund $.'00,00l) per nitnutn. These boniN tire part of an iiulliorled ssnei of $20,000,000 bonds, whereof ."85,0(10,000 lire not to be Issued nt the present time, The rciiiiilndcr tire Issued to refund $H,0il(,000 The Per Cent. 'il Inteinl Eiiudlng Voles, nml S I. .'00, 000 Rostou Rubber Shoe Company live Per Tent. Debentures, ami to Increase the working capital. These liotnls lire secured by deposit with the Trustee of shares of ccrtiiln subsidiary companies liming pur wiluo of $ 1 1, till. "on; nlso by pli dc of nil mortgages or liens against Hie property of nil sueli companies, and by pledge of all obligations of sueb companies, mined by the l ulled States Rubber 4'oinpiiny, nml otherwise ns set forth nt length In the Indenture of Trust, copies of which can lie hud on application to the iinder-h-iied. The tnlur of the Eipilly of the l ulled Stales Rubber Company, based on the market value of Its shares. Is oxer ."."O.OOO.OOO. The Chas. W. Scranton Co. 103 Orange Street. i'iiii MI.H II V Investment Brokers, NO SLAPSTICKS OR TICKLERS. Police Commissioner Eorbhls Their 1'se oil New y inr' I've. New York. Pec, 3V police Commis sioner Rlngham, after a talk with his nineteen Inspectors, said today: "I want to see every one have a good time on New Year's Eve, but there will bo no rowdyism." The commissioner had ordered the inspectors to report to him to talk over plans for Thursday. Inspector SchuiMlberger will he brought over from Prooklyn and put In charge nt' the truffle sipind. "I told th" Inspector."," 11m ' commis sioner said, after the conference, "Hint ticklers and slap-slicks Would nn he toleinled. I want to see every one have a. good lime, luit tliero will he'tio rowdyism. The police will lie consid erate In all cases. 1 can't put every one to lied on a night like tomorrow nlghl." "Ilow about tin Imrns ami confetti?" "Oh, I uuc.ss those will be allowed, rcople have, got, to enjoy themselves." CITY TO AID SI EI'FREItS. Mayer M ;i tt In plans to start the or ganization of a committee to solicit and receive subscript tuns for the relief of the Italian sufferers In the great, earth iu:ike. The mayor stated that similar movements were being made all over the country and that he would heartily Join In. While he didn't have time to do mi) thing today on the mailer, he will get at II the first thing tomorrow. He Minted he would confer with several of the prominent Italian citizens of this city and decide on what to do. FINANCIAL WE OFFER $25,000 DES MOINES ELECTRIC CO. First Mortgage 5', 1938. Earnings over two and nne qnarter times the interest charges on all outstanding bonds. Price 97 and interest, to yield 5.20. The W, T, Fields Co, T""67o. 302 ChaPel Street, MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY EIRMSI.Efl A CONVENIENT AND MHTDK PLACE FOIt THE DEPOSIT OE YOUR NR. tlRITIES AND VALUABLES, 72 CHURCH STREET. The Merchants National Bank of New Haven, Conn. The annual meeting of t,lie Stockholders of (his Rank will he held nt Its hanking rooms, 2711 State Street, on Tuesday, ilanuary 12, lltOO, between 10 n. in. and i'l in., for the election of Directors and any other legal business. Attest, II. V. WHIPPLE, Ca.Hhier, Dec. IS, 11)08. New York. RANI ICRS. rhlla. the Gilbert Transportation Co. t Mystic, ( mm. I SIXTH M';MI-I Al, DIVIUKNO. The regular semi-annual dividend of 8i,a per cfnt. on the preferred capital stock of this Conirmny has heen rte elnred, payahle Jan. 1, 1!n!. to stock holders of record liee. In, lllftR. The January 1, 1!W!, coupon of the bonds of the Ollhert Transportation Co. are payable at The Thames Lonn and Trust Co,, Norwich, Conn. II. I,. MOOHF., Secretary. PAY DIRT Nearer anil inure prnfltnlile tluin most mines Is what I oiler In I, on it Islnnil Ileal I'Xnte, k row Ink In value more rapidly than nny other. GEO. 'A. SAUNDERS. Telephone B7I0-3. 202 Mrtllcy Rig. SECURITY FOR YOUR CAPITAL. ' The (Irsl essential for your Capital Is Security. An account with the New Haven Trust Com pany guards your funds, assures prompt, obliging service,' and es tablishes good eredM. Your checking account is re spectfully solicited. 1 JJNAJCIAL "It is much better to leave your Family a Standard Life Insurance Policy In the EQUITABLE when you die than it is to leave them your High Regards or your Blessings." THE EQUITABLE LIFE SOCIETY C. H. PORTER, Mgr. Exchange Building. New Haven, Ot. Capital $200,000.00 Surplus nnd Profits. . lOl.fl.M.NO NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 817 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 porations, firms and individu als. ' EZERIEL G. STODDARD, rresldcnt. HORATIO 0. REDFIELD, Cnuhler. WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, Asjilstant Cashier. James H. Paris'i & Co. iuccedlrii NEWTON & PARISH. Stocks and Bonds Dealers in Invsstimt Secures 86 Orange Street. C. C. CARROLL STOCK BROKER, Rooms 22-23 Htihlngcr Rudding, 840 Chapel St. Tel. 6069. Correspondent of W. B. SMITH & CO. 1 8781 90S Members of the Consolidated Stock Exchange, of New York, and Chicago Hoard of Trude Til3 National Tradesmens Bank or NEW HAVEN capital s 1100,000,00 surplus :t:ti.rH.no Deposits 1, IS-1, 120,110 DIRECTORS i V. A. Spalding S, I?. Shoningcr A. II, Klinberly C. E. Thompson Ceo. T, I'.riiillcy t.eo. M. (.uiin Henry Presenilis ieo, V. Lewis Horace, !', Chnso OITTCKRM t IV. A. Spalding, President. A. H. Klinberly, Vice-President. Ered'k C. HuiTonghs, Cnsliier. Frank I). Erlshle, Asslsti'iit Cashier. The Union Trust Co. -MOW IUVU1V. Chartered by the Hate of Connecticut wltii authority to act as Kxecutor, Ad :nlnlatratr, Guardiu.n, Kecelver or Trustee, under will or deed. 14 u.'uai ui'l'in.uuiy ol money paid In- . to Couil, and i'uiilln Trust Fund, aota ud Tt-'.iHiue lor Atuiiu'.lpalilleii, Corpora llons and Individuals, ind adinluldtera Trusts of all kind. Jtilrt powerod to act as KcRlHlrar of Blocln, Bonds or othr (.vlih ncan of Indebtedness, nmnase lnk Ins tunds, and do all buslnemi such a is usually done by Trust Companies. It ul.su does a yeiKiial bankliiK bu. iums, collecting chi-cKs, notes, coupon, uud receives cleposlta. The principal ot each 'rust U Invested by Usui! and kept rvparato and apart from the Kan cral assets of the Uotnr.sny. This Company is by law reiularlf examined by the Pank Examiner of th fitato of Connecticut. HDMIV l IIOTCIIKISS. PresldeatJ lil tilCMC . IIIHSTOI,. Treaenren nnAxcn orrtCB' Bosd), Melhii & Co., RANKERS AND BROKERS, 111 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. MEMBERS OF Now York Stock Exchange. n i I n . I. Knnnc arm xmnKQ Botiglit and fold on oommlsslon tot . Cotton, Grain or rrotlelon. . .11 irnrii r-iiT nrniinirirA INVtdllViLIMI dHUUniHCd , NEW HAVEN BRIO. 29-31 CEHThS l JOHN C. CLARK. Manager. Private Wires to New York & Chicago. We offer for stile, at 05 and Interest, -i $1 92.000 Micmgan iracuon txiensionuo First MortKagei and Collateral Trust Sinking Fund 5 GOLD BONDS Dated 10)3 Due 192V Interest Jane and Pecpmher 1st, pay. able at the otlleo of the Knickerbocker Trust l iiiniiiiny, Trustee, I.lnilt of ls sue, $5110,01111, all outstanding. Illek Pros. & t o., I". J. I.lsmnn A Co, Itunkers, Itnnkers, ' r Vo'k New York. Mi'inliers of N. Y. Stock Kiebnmre. lteprescnted in the State of Connecticut . Fly . FULLER & COMPANY Telephone 304, 8R6 Chapel St. Princs & Whitely STOCK AND BOND BROKERS. 62 Broadway, New York. ' 15 Center Street, New Haven.! Members New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. STOCKS, BONDS and all chissea ol Investment fcoeiirlUea; also Grain, Provisions and Cotton bought and sold on commission. Prval wires to new York, Button Chicago and Richmond, Vs. C. B. BQLMER, Manager New Huven Brands New Haven First Mortgaga Heal tstata Loans hor ali ; j 600- ec 22r,o-6 aao.v-S"L ;l 8nn...6'4 300 . .ti , 20006 lBon-j noo-eZ 2BO0 40006 , 1700 retcnrillna; !any loeSJ Tiirntsneii on iipiillenlton, Lorn as & Nettjeton BANKERS and BROKERS , :i5on ue',, j 000 . 2100 B';' jRnn.- lie,;, :ir,0 - 6 J011O - j r.fo - S7F.0- 1100 -fie ft r n n ti'i, 2NO0-6e Itiirtlcnliirs 137 Orangej StrsatV United Illuminating N. Y. & N. J. Telefhoiie Edison Elec. of Boston, RIGHTS ((C(;llT AND SOTjD. Also, S. N. I'l. TICIil.rilONE STOClC. MfflDeny.KOOioto. Ttl. lltiU. 133 Orange Street. I'rivate tvtrus ta New York and Haetoa.