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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND' COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907.
15 HOME SA VINGS BANKS FREE. 799 UTE FEATURES IRE STOCK MARKET Prices Showed Strength, But Fell Off. MORE GOLD IS COMING Pennsy Pays Regular Dividend Money from 25 to 3 Per Cent. Stocks 'generally showed strength early yesterday, but in the afternoon a weakness developed. Announcement was made that more told had bean engaged for import. iLazard Freres have made arrange ments for an additional $1,000,000, mak ing a total of $3,500,000 for this firm, and Kuhn, Loeb & Co. an extra Jl, 000,000. It , was also learned that the National Bank of the Republic of Chi cago had completed negotiations for $500,000 gold direct to Chicago from London. The Second National bank of Boston arranged for importation of $300,000 In gold, making $700,000 in all thus far engaged by the bank. This Indicates clearly there Is still a supply of gold In Europe available for export I to tho United States. The total amount thus far engaged In this remarkable I movement for import Is $27,OdO000, di vided as follows: New York, $21,650,000, Chicago $4,500,000, Philadelphia $500,000, land Boston $700,000. Market fluctuations exhibited a good eal of uncertainty yesterday. After Ian early Improvement, largely based jupon the news that the Pennsylvania Mlrectors had declared another seml ttinnual dividend at the rate of 3 1-2 spur lx-iiu, uio , niarttei uroppea. While there was no pressure of liqui dation there continued to be a dribble if it, which, with the better facilities or speculative short selling than for koing long exist, accounted for the narket's action. . 'Excitement over the abnormal st ation has distinctly quieted down. 'ransractions yesterday fell to a quite nlmportant total, and while this re ;ilted Undoubtedly In cart from the lockade of credit facilities, and in art, also, to the very proper discour sing of all speculative operations by lommission "brokers, still the mere fact iiat even Thursday's activity wss bandoned was In Its way a gratifying neciion or financial feeling generally Pennsylvania's dividend is the third nee the stock went- on a 7 per cent, isls, and because of additional stock sued, will be the 'largest In amount cash distributed In the history of ia company, calling for nearly $11, 0,000, or 3 1-2 per cent, on more than 14,000,000 stock. frho most that could be reasonably you iur js mat notning whatever, iod or bad. should linrmon in a , ' ... , tional way to disturb this quiet dur- w,B nen iew aays. it hardly need Said thflt tha citlluHnn la . la cttimumi Jd unnatural; it is so, however, only cau&e of tha ranAtif trasn ..,.. j . -j iuu VJt UB- sltoi-s and their hoarding ot money. ;pea.klng of Pennsylvania rtivM,t d the stock's low price, it brought ftprt of paralysis seems to have taken issesslon of many persons, caused by veiy conapse in prices themselves, engendered a fear that ft. .11 re must be something the matter n stocks whicn are capable of fall- so greatly. IV " Z '"oiuonx Mcurea itne Pennsylvania rniimo . 1 - icgtiruiiig Jrenchments, were among the most muueuKB m tne stock market terdav, althomrh I- " " rumors ardlng trust companies also played a y ciauna ieiusea to be as ed as to the better position of cer- 1 institutions Tho iho . euo uiih iy of these stories emanated from r operators, who were again plying r trade in the market. atim'ates as to the total amount of irities bought for cash in the last days varv cnnsldftrnhlv tv,,.,. ge from $50,000,000 to $100,000,000. osing prices were irregular after a quiet afternoon session. In the ab- e of further disturbing elements, 1 street seemed a little more hope although in no mood to buy stocks. p cue was afforded ty the foreign sets yesterday. Both the London k exchange and the Paris honsn l closed because it was All Saints' It is probable that the extent to :h French investors will buy into new $30,000,000 New York nitv fi cent, revenue bona Issue will not me known before next week. This have a very important hearinir nn. ur foreign exchange position. ilroad earnings, as reflected by for September, published yester- by the Pennsylvania, were regard- s reassuring in one respect the in which the volume of gross re- s keeps up. In this respect 'the less setback has curtailed traffic jirkably little, though October rei Js will show the check to a greater fe than September. The lines west ittsburg managed to retain some e gross Increase in net, which was dered reassuring. The large in ;e In operating expenses for the Our little Home Savings Banks serve as a constant reminder TO SAVE to look out for the future. They assist in teaching the children how to save and be frugal. Start a savings account for your boy or girl here now. Deposits made on or before November 10 receive interest flnm the first. You 3o not have to wait six months. This is the only New Haven bank paying 4 per cent, interest quartely. The only New Haven bank open Saturday nights. lines east of Pittsburg was disappoint ing. . Pennsy's lines directly operated, while showing an increase In gross in September of $1,391,000, because of the enormous operating expenses, report a decrease in net of $467,000. This state ment follows, upori the heels of ttie (Atchison September earnings of Thurs day, which showed a gross increase of $651,000, but a net decrease of $400, 000. The Atchison, like the Pennsyl vania, is retrenching, and, In fact, this is the tendency now all along the line. The St. Paul and New Haven were al so heard from in wall street yester day as having made cuts in expanses. President McCrea in his statement plainly sets fort! that the policy of retrenchment is due to the unsatisfac tory outlook for raising money in 1908. Notwithstanding the fact that there were fully $75,000,000 required to pay 'Nov. 1 dividends and interest charges, there was much less struggle for mon ey yesterday than was seen oh' various occasions earlier in the week. A large portion of the money loaned on the stock exchange was released 'at 15 and 20 per cent., and while the rate got up to 30 before 1:30 the market became somewhat easier in the late afternoon.- and there was no unsual scramble for loans over Sunday. New Haven railroad stock dropped yesterday to 128 in Boston, a new low figure. Swift & Co. closed at 79 12 yesterday, a cain of a tiolnt nnfl a half over Thursday's closing. Call money yesterday: High, 25; low, 6; closing, 8; mostly ail 20 per cent. It was pointed out yesterday tha In the seventeen trading days up to the end of October United, States Steel common averapred more than 70,000 shares a day, and its fluctuation dur ing that time was only 2 3-4 points. It was practically never allowed to go "below 22 and, was for sale above 24. (Such an exhibit means either a large special distribution or a large accu mulation. :. Estimates', more or less rough, Indi cate that the New York banks have sent some, $12,000,000 on balance to (he Interior this week, but have gained more than $16,000,000 from the govern ment. This means thai the bank posi tion is improved, except so far as cash may still have been taken away and hoarded by depositors. ; SITUATION CLEARING. Hans on Banks nnd Financial Institu tions Practically Over. - New York, , Nov. 1. The financial sit uation was gradually . clearing to-day without showing any striking features. Runs on the banks and trust compan ies are practically over. Money which was temporarily withdraw from banks subject to run3vis flowing into the stronger banks, and currency is being provided in the most cases where the demand for it is considered legitimate. Further engagements .of gold from Boston and other points have brought up the total engagements undet the recen movement to $26,550,000. The Lucltania, which sailed from Liverpool to-day, will bring about $10,000,000 in gold, one of the largest single ship ments ever made. Prices on the stock exchange were firm during the early part of the day and did not yield se riously at any time. The fact 'that the stock exchanges of London and Paris were closed on account of All Saints' day prevented any comparison of quotations or arbitrage operations. . Balances at the clearing house have settled down to a normal condition, but there is "still something of a block ade In domestic exchange through the unwillingness of the New York banks to pay currency on, drafts from other cities and the unwillingness of other cities to pay out their currency upon drafts from New York. The condition of affairs indicates a continued pres sure for currency rather than a break down of credits, but reasonable de mands are beting met for regular cus tomers of the banks. The possibility of hastening the export movement of wheat and cotton still engages the at tention of foreign exchange dealers and also of those who endeavor to keep in touch with the general situation. Doubt is expressed whether the sec rotary of the treasury will be able to carry out in any considerable scale the project of the New Orleans exporters for accepting cash at government fis cal agencies abroad and transferring it by telegraph to points in this country, but Secretary Cortelyou is understood to be willing to make such deposits of public money at cotton Mmnrticr points as will to a considerable extent relieve the strain. CLOSING PRICES. Repdrted over orivate wires of Prince & Whitely, members of the , New York and Eoston Stock Exchanges. New York office. 52 Broadway and 16 Center street. New Haven, Conn. New York, Nov. 1. Bid. Asked. Adams Express Co 165 175 Amal. Copper 49 Am Car Foundry Co. ... 25 25 do pfd 82'3 85 Am Cotton Oil 25 26 do pfd 50 80 Am Express Co 170 195 Am Hide & Leather pfd. . 11 12V Am Ice Securities 11 n Am Linseed Co 734 10 do pfd , 16 19 Am Locomotive Co 37 37 " Pfd 84 85 Am Smelt & Refin. .... 67!,i 67 do pfd 85 85 Am Sugar Refin. Co. .. 100 do pfd 109 Am Woolen Co 14 Anaconda Cop. MIn. Ce.. 32 Atchi., Top. & St Fe ... 74 do pfd 84 Atlantic Coast Line ..... 61 Bait & Ohio , 80 do pfd 75 Bay State Gas Co Brooklyn ap Transit ... 30 Brooklyn Union Gas Co. ... 75 Brunswick Co 5 Canada Southern 58 Canadian Pacific 150 Central Leather 13 do pfd , . 74 Central of New Jersey .. 150 Ches. & Ohio 27 Chi. & Alton . 11 Chi. & E. Ilinois pfd. .. Chi. & Gt. Western .... 7 do A pfd 26 Chi., Mil. & St. Paul ... 1004 do pfd 133 Chi. & Northwest 132 C. R. I. & P. C. 4 p 0 bds 58 Chi., St. P. & Omaha ... Chicago Term. Trans. ., do pfd 10 Clove., C. C. & St. L E0 Colorado Fuel & Iron 16 Colorado Southern. 18 Consolidated Gas ....... 82 Del. & Hudson 125 Del. Lack. & Western , . Den. & Rio Grande pfd.. Distillers Sec. Co 41 Erie 17 do 1st pfd '. S8 do 2d pfd 27 101 112 : 15 32 74 85 63 81 84 31 100 10 61 151 14 75 160 28 12 125 1 30 100 136 135 58 114 5 20 61 17 19 84 125 440 65 42 IS 40 28 109 112 70 130" C 10 62 11 72 23 51 15 85 10 14 24 59 v 53 62 37 63 , 95 22 141 30 64 75 45 107 26 108 74 18 72 145 26 75 74 13 35 S3 13 40 67 105 15 31 135 25 19 19 34 73 6 44 108 82 78 33 18 66 23 84 85. 16 8 15 ofd 55 7 11 15 34 General Electric 108 Gt. Northern pfd 111 Hocking Valley 68 Illinois Central 121 Inter. Metropolitan 6 Inter. Paper Co 10 do pfd ,. 60 Iowa Central 11 Kan. C, Ft. S. & M. pfd 65 Kan. City Southern .... 22 do pfd 49 Lake Erie & West. ..... 11 Louis. & Nash 94 Manhattan Elevated i.. 105 Mexican Central , 14 Mo., Kan. & Texas .... 24 do pfd 55 Missouri Paclfio 53 National Biscuit ....... 60 National Lead Co. ..... 35 N. Y. Air Brake .... 61 N. Y. Cen. & Hudson .. 95 N. Y., Chi. & St Louis .. 21 N. Y. & New Haven ... 129 N. Y. Ont, & West 29 Norfolk & Western .... 63 do pfd 65 North American 43 Northern Pacific 106 Pacific Mail 20 Pennsylvania R. R 108 Peole's Gas, Cphl 73 Pressed Steel Car ...... 17 'do pfd. ............ 70 Pullman Palace Car Co. 139 Railway Steel Springs .. 25 Reading 74 do 1st pfd 70 Rock Island Co 13 do pfd , 33 Sloss Sheffield .... 32 Southern Railway Co. ,. 13 do pfd. ............ 87 Southern Pacific 66 do pfd 104 St Louis & Southwest . 13 - do pfd 28 Ten. Coal and Iron .... 134 Third Avenue , 21 Texas & Paclfio ........ 18 Tol., St. LouIs& West . . 19 do pfd 32 Twin City Rapid Trans .. 72 Union Bag & Paper Co... 4 do pfd. ............ 42 . Union Pacifla 108 do pfd 77 U. S. Express Co 68 U. S. Realty & Imp. C. i 87 U. S. Rubber Co 16 do 1st pfd 65 U. S. Steel Co. 23 do pfd .; 83 do S. F. 5 p 0. 85 Vir. Car. Chem. Co. .... 13 Wabash ..... ... 8 do pfd 15 Wells-Fargo Express Co.. West. Elect. Co 62 Wheel. & Lake Erie 6 do 2d pfd 7 Wisconsin Central 14 do pfd. 29 NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. Reported over private wires of Prince & Whitely, members of the New York and Boston Stock Exchange. New York office, 62 Broadway and 15 Center street, isew Haven. New York, Nov. 1. Open.HIeh.Low.Last. lAmal. Copper ... 61 51 19' 49 A. Car & Foun. . 26 26 25 25 A. Cotton OH Co.t 25 26 25 25 A. Loco. Co. ... 37 37 37 37 A. S. & Refin. Co. 68 68 66 67 A, S. Refin. Co. .. 101 101 100 100 A. Woolen Co. ... 14 14 14 14 IA., T. & Santa Fe 75 75 73 74 do. pfd 84 84 84 84 Bait. & Ohio .... 81 81 80 80 B. R. T 31 31 30 31 Can. Pacific 149 150 149 150 Cent. Leather .... 13 14 13 14 do. pfd 75 75 74 74 Ches. & Ohio .... 27 28' 27 28 Chi., & Gt. W. ... 7 ' 7 7.. 7 Chi., M. & St. P... 100 102 100 100 Chi. & Northwest. 129 132 129 132 C. C, C. & St L. 50 60 50 50 Col. Fuel & Iron. 16 16 16 16 Cons. Gas 80 80 80 80 Del. & Hudson .. 126 126 125 125 Erie 18 18 IS 18 do. 1st pfd. .. 39 39 39 39 Gen. Elec. Co 107 108 107 108 Gt. North, pfd. .. Ill 112 111 111 111. Central 121 121 121 121 Inter.Met. pfd. .. 16 16 16 16 Louis. & Nash. .. 94 95 94 95 M., K. & T. pfd .. 56 56 56 56 Missousl Pacilfic . 62 63 j 52 53 N. Y. C. & Hud. 94 96 ' 94 95 N. Y. O. & W. .. 29 29 29 29 Norfolk & West. 63 63 63 63 North. Pacific .. 106 107 106 106 Pennsylvania .. . 108 108 107 108 People's Gas 72 73 72 73 Reading 74 76 74 75 do. 1st pfd. .. 75 75 75 75 R. I. & S. Co 13 13 13 13 do. pfd 55 65 64 64 Rock Island Co. . 13 13 13 13 South. Pacific ... 66 67 66 66 South. R'way Co. 12 12 12 12 Texas & Pacific. 19 19 19 19 Union Pacific .... 109 110 108 108 U. S. ttub. Co. .. 17 17 16 16 do. pfd. ...... 60 65 65 65 U. S. 'Ueel Co. ... 13 24 25 23 do. pfd 82 83 82 83, W. U. T. po. ...... '62 62 62 62 BOSTON STOCK MARKET Reported over private wires of Horn blower & Weeks, members of the New York and Boston Stock Ex changes. New Haven office, 27 Center street Boston, Nov. 1. Hlgn.Low.Bid.Asked. Adventure 1 1 Allouez '. 23 23 23 24 Arcadian '. .. 3 3 Atlantic 10: 10 10 10 Bingham 6 6' 6 6 Calumet & Hecla 610 610 600 610 Centennial. 21 21 21 21 Copper Range 53 52 62 63 Daly West 10 10 10 10 Franklin 4 IV2 7 7: 7 Granby 80 85 Greene .. 6 6 ,6 6 Isle Royal 16 15 Mass. Cons 2 8 Mohawk 46 45 45 45 Nevada Cons. ... 6 6 -r North Butte .... 43 40 41' 41' Did Dominion .... 2' 23 Osceola .. 81 81 81 83 Parrot 11 10 10 11 Qulncy 81 80 81 82 Shannon 10 10 10 10 Tamarack 63 65 Trinity 11 11 11 12 U. S. M. pfd. .... 35 34 Utah Cons 33 83 32 33 (Concluded on Eleventh Page.) New Haven First mortgage Real Estate Loans For Sale. 8,0005 1,0006 2,00 8 1,7006 1,8006 8506 1,0006 1,8005 2,000 6 1.S00 6 1,8006 1,600 3,100 1,0006 3,0006 1,000 6 Villi noftlAiiTara Mtrn "A v 4 nMr furnished on application. Lomas & Nettleton BANKERS AND BHOKBHi, 137 ORANGE STREET By Reason Of having: a most complete equip ment, and the best facilities known in modern hanking, the Merchants National .Bank is es pecially well qualified , to give your account and banking busi ness the prompt and efficient at tention it rcauires. , . ' MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 278 STATE STHEBT. Lawyers, Doctors, Traveling Mea ; and many others' 'find an ac count with thet New . Haven Trust Company very con venient. 1 ' 2 I' " This Bank is well equipped to transact the banking busi ness of its , depositors and clients in tho most efficient" maimer, and at all times en deavors to render prompt and courteous service. Tour account is cordially invited. , ff HEW HYEN w' ?nvs companV 40 CHURCH STREET. Such opportunities as the present market affords for in vestments in Bonds and Stocks should not be overlooked. High grade Securities have not been as low in a great many years. N. H. Water Co.'b 8 stock. New Haven Gas' Light 8 stock. S. N. E. Telephone 6 stock. Security Insurance 12 stock. If. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. 3a of 1954. Conn. Ry. & Ltg. Co. 4 bonds of 1951. Providence Securities Co. 4 bonds of 1957. New London Gas and Electrio 5 bonds, 1929. New Haven Park sy3 bonds of 1939. New Mllford Power Co. 5's of 1932. Bridgeport Traction Co. 5 bonds. New London St. Ry. 5 bonds. Mcrldcn Stieet Railway 5 bonds. Danbury & Bethel Street Railway 5's of 1914. Housatonic Railroad 5's of 1937. International Silver Co. first tntg. 6's. FOR SALE BY U TheChas.V. ScrantonCo. Investment Brokers 103 ORANGE, STREET ; MERCANTILE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY FURNISHES A CONVBNIEro SD SECURE PLACE p0R rHB DEPOSIT OP TOUH g. CVRITIE9 AND VALUABLES. 72 CHURCH STREET " ret rrrtrsrrr rv COURTESY. The rapidly increasing volume of business' entrusted to this bank by individuals, firms and corporations is proof ot the efficient service and courteous treatment we extend to all our patrons. y . ' BONDS STOCKS F. S. Butierworth & Co. Exchange Building INVESTMENT SECURITIES. Prtvatt Wires: HORN BLOWER WEEKS Members Of Nsw York and Boston Stock Exchanges. Nw Haven Office, F. D. WETMORE, Manager. We Buy or Sell New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Co. RIGHTS On Commission in Now York or Boston Markets. 'i. H. C. WARREN & CO., I BANKERS J Investment Securities 108 ORANGE STREET. ! DICK BROS. & CO. 30 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK. T - ' '' i- MEMBERS , New York Stock Exchange Phllndcltililn Kinrfe v 1.- New York Cotton Exchange : " New Orleans Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade A Moclnte Member Liverpool Cotton Exchange. Stock, Konds, Cotton, Grain nnd Coffee. ....-... :.. EDWARD B. EAMES, Mgr. NEW HAVEN BRANCH S3 CEJfTER STB BET. John Knox & Co., Commission Brokers Hubinger Building, 840 Chapel Street, Telphon BlToV NHW HAVEN, COCTW. . Comapoadeat John Horn. '.win. Stocks, Bond, Grain and Cotton fi ought and sold tor caih or on modern t depoilttii. Quick neiTlcc, prompt delivery) Immediate aettltmeata. - . Also dealers In mining MCBJtltlea a t high grade, THE NATIONAL TRADESMENS BANK 06 Oranga St., NEW HAVEN. CONN. Capital .........$300,000.00 Surplus, over;... $300,000.00 Warren A. Spalding, President., Augustus H. Klmbcrly, Vice-President Frederick C. Burroughs, Cashier. Frank B. Friabie, Assistant Cashier. NEW ACCOUNTS INVITED. liiiUnion Trust Co. NEW HAVEN. Chartered by the State ot Connectiout with authority to act as Executor, Ad ministrator, Guardian, Receiver, or Trustee, under will or deed. T Trcrnl rtflnosltorv or monev naM in. to Court, and Publlo Trust Funds, acts as Trustee f or Municipalities, Corpora tions and Individuals, and Administers Trusts of all kinds. Empowerou to act as registrar of Stocks, Bonds or other evidences of Indebtedness, manage sink ing funds, and do all business such as Is usually done by Trust Companies- It also does a general banking busi ness, collecting checks, notes, coupons, and receives deposits. The prlnoipal of each trust Is invested by Itself and kept separate and apart from the gen eral assets of the Compan... This Company is, by law regularly examined by the Bank Eramlner of the State of Connecticut. HENRY L. HOTCHKISS, President. . . EUGENE S. BRISTOL. Treasurer. DO IT NOW Fire Insurance. Cannon, Morse 4 Co. 792 Chapel St. a tttt vkiV5 is I I m , II ragflll ll WW Will WIH I WW I I ! 'K LOCAL SECURITIES Telephones 3100-3101 2T Center Street. " New York Coffee Exchnture Prince & Whitely STOCK AND BOND BROKERS. 52 Broadway, New York. 15 Center Street, New Haven. ; , ' ' ; Members New York and Boston Stock Exchanges STOCKS, BONDS and 'all classes-of Investment Securi ties; also Grain, Provisions and Cotton bought and sold on commission. Private wires to New York, Boston, Chicago and Richmond, Va. C. B. BQLMER, Manager New Haven Branch. November Investments. lJertf B R' 1M5 0SH New York City 4s, lir. to wTa? N' 11 Tele,h,le Co- International Silver Pret. Stock to net 9. ...... Conu. Ry. & Lt Co. Pref. Stock to net 8. n ?,?n' Ry' Co- om- sck o Net United Illuminating; Co Stock, 160. The W. fTJields, Co., 902 CHAPEL ST, Tel. 6870. New Haven Gas Light N. Y., N. H. 4 H. R. R. RIGHTS Bought and Sold. kimberly!" ROOT & CO.. FINANCIAL CanYouAnswerThese Threr Questions? , Will my widow wear as good clothes as my wife? Where will the bread come from! when the breadwinner passes away? ' I Will my orphans have the advan tages of my children? . COUPON. To C. H. Porter. Manager, ! tmtBuitj xjiiq Booiety, " ' Exchange Building, t n.,- tNe.w Haven, Conn. , ... lu "iswor your thr questions send me the premium rate ' for a standard Equitable policy for i day of 7.7. . .Tff. .b7g .6.n. .the - I Name Business' address ....... .1,., . j Date .......... 1907 BRANCH OFFICE Boodjf Jckllan 6 Co., BANKERS AND BROKERS i 27 Broadway, New York. MEMBERS nip New York "Stock Exchan a" Bonds and Stocks Bonght and" sold on cwnwlssloi, tot cash ' , ot carrtedSoumarBini I,0 Cotton, Grain and Pfovlslons. Investment Securities , A SPECIALTY, New Haven Branch. 20 and Si' Center'st. NEW HAVEN am i MTV NATIONAL BANK, on btatje STREET. ESTABLISHED 1834. ' " ' Capital ,......,...$350000: aurpius ,.........$350,000. TMs bank offers to dpr.nt ors every facility for business,, ana invites tne accounts of cor porations, ; firms and individu' als. ' -:.' ! EZEKIEL O. STODDARD, President' : HOEATIO 0. EEDPIELD, . Cashier. ' WILLIAM Q. REDPIELD, Assistant Cashier, RIGHTS New Haven Gas Light Company; , .'. ; ; AND N.Y., N.H.&O. R. Co. BOUGHT AND SOiD. : C. . Thornpsoi & Sons BIO Chapa Street. Specialists in COBALT SHARES CAM ;& POWELL CO.,' or iu.li pi' ii- u i. . Utl IIUII Uk.r HOII lUia Ulljf, uiair xt iwcrjf inpv ii!i. A Clean Record of Sixty-Four Years. No law units or nnrjald losses under any policies Issued by the North Agen cy since It was established In 1843. Should this mean anything to a property holder who wants to get th : benefit ot an experleneed and reliable i aeency to look after hla insurance bus Ir.ess? - Our rates are exaction same a' those charged by others. Why not look Into this matter a lit tle? Perhaps "you take less palna In! selecting your Insurance than ym dai your cigars. . , ' i uwmv v. mun i rt. ; , TO CHURCH STREET. First Building North of the Post Office. James H. Parish & Co. succeeding NEWTON 4 PARISH. Slocks and Bonds Dealers in Invsstinsnt Secures j?6 Grange Street ' Tel. 1109. 1S3 Orange Street. Private nice ta New York aid Boa tea.