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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1807.
IT
1 1 C. R. I. & p. C. 4 p c bds 57Ts
Mil.. & St. Paul 103
t " . do pfd
Our little Home Saving; - ChL & Xortheswt 132
as a constant reminder j-u o.-m-.
look out for the- future. They assist in
teaching the children how to save and
b frugcl. Start a savings account for
your boy or girl here now.
Deposits made on or before November
10 receive interest from the first. You
do not have to wait six months. This Is
the only New Haven bank paying 4 per
rent, interest qnartely. The only New
Haven bank open Saturday night3.
HOME
SA VINGS
BANKS
FREE.
799 CW&r.
LATE FEftTURES OF
- THE STOCK
Passing
of the
Crisis.
Financial
"All previous panics show that after
the acute stage of erkis -was passed a
substantial recovery, followed on the
stock exchange, to be succeeded by a
period of more or less inertia and de
pression. There is no reason to antici
pate any departure from this rule in
this panic."
BETTER FEELING GAINING
Premium on Currency Eases
The Outlook Some Ex
pert Opinions.
The Btock markrtotf look is improved
owing to the improvement in the finan
cial condition of the country but no
bull fireworks are to be counted upon.
.The $50,000,000 in gold from abroad is a
great help but a lot of money is need-
th west and south for moving
crops and Wall street will have to wait
some time to get its second wind.
. immediate prospect of any
.. :B,ecu aOve bull market, and
It is generally recognized that .none
can be had until the money marke
JT w ct where the supply of
capital will be In excess of the wants
Cc7"?Llto trnde. It is ciuitely likely
?L ; t here will be occasional
uiuufc", i"-- ,., 1 .nil.
Improvement, especially as
ditlons brighten.
The products of the soil this year
mAtiPv vfliue ui- ayi"uj""
I .f hilars, and about
seven uimuna v-
three billion dollars have been knocked
off from security values, thus effective
y squeezing out all the water that may
i Venn VI ST.fi Hit illl" uui"
"t :r " ;niniv a most substantial
basis upon which to construct recuper.
lation.
-!-, nninions as to the out
nuuie vi. ' v . .
i. . .v.. orito of leading wan
ilOOK OL ii.u."-.. ,nre,
v,mnn hOUSeS are ua
otictri. v" . ... v,. -
Boody, McLellan & co.: n -
. . v hnoiness Interests
Dong time peimc -
bf the country can , ;
....... in ..cv financial condition, i
iseivea w vw. - i,,1it
:eneral reaction in
..tiHAiinir-HIV IIM 1 l iv -
Ihe ther hand, it cannot be denied that
nany securities are , ,
invpsrmeiiL ul m
ime. In this conmuuu, -nwgh
to remember that there is no
nu B in the country
,arge rauroau ojoi"'" ---- .
hat can to-day preseni
ii ,(,tmwit as me uiutc
pi rorooratlon. Nearly all of
v.1.n bnr
in, mnnpv. The Steel corporauuu
J 1-i.tHn. n cumins. We
oo hopn n.rnnTTiuiutinK a o f
re inclined to think that In a number
z,oaps there will be a reuuuwi.
ividends. We do not expeci una w
ike place in connection wun me oieei
rporation..
Covey, Milliken & Co., Boeton: "The
small investor, and there are hosts of
new recruits to this class, believes that
stock are bargains to-day, and is buy
ing and stowing them away. While
the outlook is not unclouded, universal
belief la that the future will approve
the wisdom of their purchases."
FOR LOCAL INVESTORS.
t ,o Tin che Xr Co. sa.vv "The acute
inking crisis has passed in New York,
e hurricane has spent its force. The
orm signal is up, however. The press
(.doing splendid service In calming
i reasonable excitement. The lnvest-
nt side of the position is constant
Increasing In interest, and millions
dollars are being put Into securl
t by people with comparatively
all gums to Invest. This is an evl-
ince of returning confidence, and will
Jce eventually and slowly for new
id ground for advance."
rarehall, Bpader & Co.: ''As before
ted In these advices, a return of
ifidence is now more necessary than
j other development, and it Is hoped
t week will bring a realization of
hope."
arp'enter, IBaggot & Co.: "We ad-
the purchase by investors of first-
$ securities as heretofore, believ-
that such opportunities as have
In offered may not occur again. We
I not look for important permanent
lances until money conditions have
her improved."
Gas, Telephone and Railroad Stocks
Tho Dividend List.
The first installment of 25 per cent.
on the new subscriptions of the New
Haven Gas Light Co. arc payable Dec.
New England Telephone C. of Massa
chusetts 97 to SS.
New York & New jersey Telephone
Co. 90 to 96.
Pennsylvania railroad stock was sell
ing dividend on at 10S 3-4 a week ago
to-day, but immediately recovered its
dividend of 3 1-2 per cent, semi-an
nually, closing on Saturday at 110 3-4.
Quarterly dividend of 1 1-2 on tho
New England Telephone Co. of 'Massa
chusetts is payable on Friday of this
week. The same date the Silversmiths
Co. pay a quarterly dividend of 1 1-2
per cent., United Bank Note corpora
tion 1 per cent, and P. 'S. Express
semi-annual dividend of $3 per share,
the last named an increase of one-half
per cent, for the six months.
The American Cotton Oil will pay
3 per cent, on the preferred, but passed
the dividend on common stock. IA div
idend of 2 per cent, was more than
earned, but payment is withheld owing
to the financial stringency.
Dividends soon due are:
American Cotton Oil pfd., rate 3 per
cent.; payable Dec. 2; books close Nov.
14.
American Tel. & Cable, 1 1-4, Dec. 2,
Nov. 15.
American Tobacco com., 5, Dec. 2,
Nov. 15.
Amalgamated Copper, 1, Nov. 23. '
American Chicle, 1, Nov. 20, Nov. 13.
' American Grapho. pfd., 1 3-4, Nov. l!i,
Nov. 4.
(American Locomotive com., 1 1-4,
Nov. 2, Nov. 8.
Atchison, 3, 'Dec. 2, Nov. 7.
Atlantic Coast Line pfd., 2 1-2, Nov.
10, Nov. 1.
Cleveland & Pittsburg, 1 3-4, Dee. 2,
Nov. 9.
Delaware & Hudson, 2 1-4, Dec. 18,
Nov. 25.
'Massachusetts Gas. pfd., $2, Dec. 2,
'Nov. 12.
Massachusetts Gas com., $1, Dec. 2,
Nov. 12.
New England Tel. &. Tel
15, Oct. 31.
Nor. & W. com., 2 1-2, Dec. 20,
21.
Pennsylvania railroad, 3 1-2, Nov. 30,
Nov. 4.
i-uo. uas -u. z lokb, i i-z, iNOV. Z;t,
Nov. 9.
Pressed 'Steel Car pfd., 1 3-4, Nov,
27, Nov. 6.
Proctor & Gamble, 3, Nov. 15, Oct. 31.
Pratt & Whitney pfd., 1 1-2, Nov. 15,
Nov. 8.
Pullman Co., 2, Nov. 15, Oct. 31.
'Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg,
1 1-4, Nov. 15, Oct. 31.
Silversmiths Co., 1 1-2, Nov. 15, Nov.
9.
United Bank Corp. com., 1, Nov. 15,
Nov. 1.
Twin City Rapid Transit, 1-4, Nov.
15, Nov. 1.
U. S. Cast Iron Pipe pfd., 1 3-4, Dec.
2, Nov. 9.
XT. S. Express, $3, Nov. 15, Oct. 31.
U. S. Steel Corp. com., 1-2, Dec. 30,
Dec. 9
V. S. Steel Corp. pfd., 1 3-4, Nov. 30,
Nov. G.
Chi., St. P., M. & Omaha 113
Chicago Term Trans. ...
do pfd 10
Clove., C, C. Va St. L. . . 49
Colorado Fuel & Iron .. 16
Colorado Southern 17
Consolidated Gas 93
Del. & Hudson 127Vi
Del. Lack. & West S95
Den. & Rio Grande pfd. 59
Distillers Sec. Co 4 2 Vi
Erio 17
do 1st pfd 39
do 2d pfd 27
General Electric ? 112
Gt. Northern pfd. ...... 113
Hocking Valley 67
j do pfd 65
i Illinois Central 122
j Inter Metropolitan .... 5 '4
Inter. Paper Co. 9
do pfd 60
Iowa Central HVj
Kan. C, Ft. S. & M. pfd 05
Kan. City Southern 22Vi
do pfd 49
Lake Erie & Western . . 11
Louis. & Nash 94'i
Manhattan Elevated . . . 107
Mexican Central I 14
Mo. Kan. & Texas 123
do pfd ) 54
Mo. Pacific 54
National Biscuit 61
National Lead Co 37
N. Y. Air Brake 07
N. Y. Cen. & Hudson .. 98
N. Y., Chi. & St. Louis . . 2214
N. Y. & New Haven 132
N. Y. Ont. & West 29
Norfolk & Western .... 64
do pfd 65
North American "3
Northern Pacific 10S
Pacific Mail 21
Penn. R. R 109
Peole's Gas.p Chi 73
Pressed Steel Car 17
do pfd 69
Pullman Palace Car Co. 137
Reading
, do 1st pfd
Rep. Iron & Steel Co.
do pfd
Rock Island Co
do pfd
Sloss Sheffield
Southern Railway Co.
do pfd
Southern Pacific ....
do pfd 103'4
St. Louis & Southwest . . 13
1 ,1r, nffl. . : 29
Third Avenue 20
Texas & Pacific 1"1
Tol., St. Louis & West. . . 19
do pfd 34
Union Pacific Hl
103
136
133
58
116
5
7 i
Shannon
Tamarack
Trinity lUi 11&
IT. S. M. pfd. .... 37 37
Utah Cons 36 34
United Copper ..
Wolverine 115 115
Am. Tel. & Tel. . 92 92
Swift & Co 82 82
United Shoe com. 37 37
do. pfd 25 25
United Fruit .... 104 104
New Haven 133 136
10 lOVi
50 55
ny, n
36 36
34 25
7 8
110 110
92 92'
82 82
37 38 "
24 25
137 133
i.S',2
7S
75
15
58Vi
34
35
12
39
67
Irannis & Lawrence: "This week the
ll banking situation Is much im
ved in some respects, and, although
acute monetary stringency has
inA all over tne country, sucn
Sunt measures have been taken for
elief that we may expect continued
ovement until the normal condi-
is restored."
1 1-2,' Nov,
Dec.
do pfd 77
U. S. Express Co 6S
TT S Pn'h'lier Co. ..'.... lo'.i
do 1st pfd
U. S. Steel Co
do pfd
do S. F, 5 p c
Vlr. Car. Chem. Co
Wabash
do pfd
Wells-Fargo Express Co.
West. Elect. Co
Wheel. & Lake Erie . . .
do 2d pfd
Wisconsin Central
do pfd
87
'24
81
14
9
15
47
6
8
13
28
65
43
40
28
114
114
68
70
1-78
9
61
13
70
27
r,o
15
96
115
14
24
54
55
72
3S
69
9Svi
24
141
31
65
7 5
40
108
20
109
75
18
70
142
30
78
76
16
58
13
35
36
12
40
6 7
103
14
30
25
1S
19
34
111
SO
80
15
6S
24
84
81
15
10
16
300
48
8
13
14
32
I.OCAI. STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Corrected daily by Kimberly, Hoot &
Co., Investment Brokers, 133 Orange
street.
Par. Bid.
City Bank 100
First National loo
Mechanics ' 60
Merchants National. . 50
rvat. New Haven.... 100
National Tranesmens. 100
New Haven County.. 10
Second National ... 100
Yale National 100
New Haven Tiust ... 100
People's B. &. Trust. 100
Asked
145
175
70
72
67
194
178
17
194
125
3 02
Mlscellnncoas Slocks,
19
137
mm
1
OUR INVITATION.
Many people read about Safe Deposit Vaults, but do not
know exactly what they are. The officers ot this bank will
be pleased at any time to have you call and make a personal
inspection of our equipment for the safe keeping of valuables.
BONDS STOCKS LOCAL SECURITIES
FINANCIAL
Can You Answer These
Three Questions?'
Par.
Adams Express 200
American Brass .... 100
Am. Hardware 100
Edison, Boston 100
International eilvei: 100
do. pfd 10.)
New Haven Gas..... 25
New Haven Water .. 8.1
J'ecit, Btow rc vv ucox zi
Security Insurance .. 25
Swift & Co 100
Telephones .
N. V. & N. J 100
dies. & Potomac . 100
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Bid.
150
192
37
42
SO
90
Asked
170
115
117
li)
8
G2
40
95
53
46
95
(Concluded on Twelfth Page.)
New .Haven First Mongaga
Beai Estate Loans For Sals.
3000 Zr'r,
15 .106
2000 0
lSOO-G',,
a20!j
1.006
17.106
1S00 li
1800-2000-1200-1800-2300-300-5000-
-5
-
-rn
-
-
-0
20110 ti
Full particulars regarding any loan
urnished on application.
Lcmas & Ncttleton
137 ORANGE STREET
F. S. Butterworih & Co.
Exchange Building
INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
Private Wlreii
Telephones 3100-3101
Will my widow wear as good clothe
as my wife?
VTiere will the bread come from
when the breadwinner passes away?
Will my orphans have the advan
tages of my children?
COUPON.
To C. H. Porter, Manager,
Equitable Life Society,
Exchange Building',
, New Haven, Conn.
To enable me to answer your th'se
Questions send me the premium rat
for a standard Equitable policy for
day of .
Name
Business address
Date
I was born on the
18....
1907
BRA5VCH OFFICE
HORNBLOWER & WEEKS
Members of New York and Boston Stock Exchanges,
New Haven Office, 27 Center Street.
F. 1. WETMORE, Manager.
We Buy or Sell New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Co.
RIGHTS
On Commission in New York or Boston Markets.
Meeting the Needs
. of Ail Depositors.
It is the earnest do3iro and
constant practice of this institu
tion in all banking' transactions
to combine Absolute Safety with
Sntlsfactory Service. Your ac
count, subject to your check, is.
respectfully invited.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
S7 STATE StfltEET.
I H. C. WARREN & CO., j
I BANKERS I
I Investment Securities
108 ORANGE STREET. t
& .j.
$4$4.j-
ooff.lehllasi & Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS
27 Urontlvrnj-, Ntt York.
MEMBERS OF
New York Stock Exchan
Bonds end Stocks
uu cummiasioa for cnslt
or carried on marsh, BIo Cotton,
Grain nnd Provision.
1 Investment Securities
A SPECIALTY.
New Haven Branch, 20 nnd 31 Center St.
Reported over nrlvats wires of Prlncs
fi: Whltely. 'members of tho New
York and Boston Stock Exchanges
New York office, 62 Broadway and 15
Center street. few Haven.
New York, Nov. 9.
Open. HlghlLow. Last.
Reported over private wires of Prlncs
& Wbltely, members of the New
York and Boston Stock Exchanges.
New York office, 52 Broadway and 15
Center street. New Haven. Conn.
New York, Nov. 9.
Bid. Asked.
A Mclntyre & uo.: "doming Der
han a continued1 narrow and erra-
radine market is to be expected
w, time to come, and we tnink
r.iannr, nf values in the main will x octuuul
A T !J
iward a lower level until tne large J'm
mt of money hoarded throughout
ountrv comes out and confidence
ie general financial situation has
restored.
?. Baehe & Co.: "The foundations
olid, the country is throbbing with
hful business life, and the recov-
when it comes, wUl be a spiendid
al."
72H
83
31
tlett, Frazler & carrmgton:
is just one great market that
lot been appreciably liquidated,
hat is the wage scale market. But,
id of reductions In the price, it is
liable to be a cutting down in
umber of men employed and then
a shading of the wage i-cale.
ry Clews & Co.: "How lar this
tctlon will go and with what con-
ices it is impossible to predict,
ie,- sooner the fact is recognized
general business muiu take its
of the present depression which
illen upon Wall street the better
1 concerned,"
Adams Express Co 165 17c
Amul Copper 48 48
Am Car Foundry Co. . . 26 27
do pfd 8Ui 85
Am Cotton Oil 22 ,23
do pfd 70 85
Am Express Co 175 195
Am Hide & Leather pfd. 12 13
. . ay n;s
7 10
do pfd 16 20
Am Locomotive Co 38 38
do pfd 90 92
Am Smelt, and Refin. .. 67 67
do pfd . . 88!i 88
Am Sugar Refin. Co . . . . 104 104'2
do pfd 109 111
Am Woolen Co U 154
Anaconda Cop. Min. Co.. 31 32
Atchi., Top. & St Fe 71 72
do pfd , 83 84
Atlantic Coast Line .... 65 67''2
Bait. & Ohio 80 80
do pfd 77 82
Bay State Gas Co ',i
Brooklyn Rap Trans Co. 32V! 32
Brooklyn L'nion Gas Co. 80 8 5
Brunsiwck Co 5 10
Canada Southern 57 01
Canadian Pacific 141',i 143
Central Leather 13 U 14',i
do pfd 73',i 76
Central of New Jersey . . 150 160
Ch?s. & Ohio 2S?i 29
Chicago & Alton 12 13
Chi. & E. Ilinois pfd. .. 125
Clii. & Gt. Western 7 7
do A pfd 23
Amal. Copper ....
A. Car & Foun. .
A. Cotton Oil Co.
A. Locomotive Co
do. pfd
IA. S. & Refin. Co.
A. S. Refin. Co...
A., T. & Santa Fe
do. pfd
Bait. & Ohio ....
IB. R. T
Can. Paclftc
Ches. & Ohio
Chi. & Gt. W. ...
C, M. & St. P....
C, C, C. & St. L.
Cons. Gas
Del. & Hudson .
Erie ..
Gen. Electric Co.
Gt. North, pfd. ..
Louis. & Nash. ..
Mo., K. & T. pfd..
Missouri Pa'ciflc...
N. Y. C. & Hud. .
N. Y., O. & West.
North. Pacific ...
Pacific Mall
Pennsylvania .. .
People's Gas 75
Reading 78'4
R. I. & S. Co. pfd.57
Rock Island Co.. 13
South. Pacific ... 67
South. R'way Co. 12'i1
Union Pacific .... Ill
U. S. Rub. Co 15
do. pfd 69 ',4
V. S. Steel Co. .. 24
do. pfd 84
Wabash pfd 15
Wheel. & L. Erie 6
4S 4S 4S 4S
20 26 26 26.
23 23 22 22
38 38 38 3S
91 91 91 91
66 67 66 67,
103 103 103 103
Your Minor Children
may need a Guardian of their
esiatcs. Upon your petition tlic
court will appoint this Company
as Such Guardian, and when the
children arc twenty-one years of
ago they will receive their re
spective shares of the property
In our charge.
SUS. COMPANY
40 CHURCH STREET.
DICK
30 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
MEMBERS
New Tork Stoek Exchange Philadelphia Stock Exehnnge
New York Cotton Exchange New York Coffee Exchange
New Orlrnnn Cotton Exchange Chicago Itonrd ot Trnda
AiiioclHte Membcri Liverpool Cotton Exchange. Stocks, Bonds ,
i Cotton, Grain nnd Coffee.
EDWARp B. EAMES, Mgr.
NEW HAVEN BRANCH S3 CENTER STREET.
NEW HAVEN
COUNTY
NATIONAL BANK
317 STATE STREET.
ESTABLISHED 1834.
Capital
Surplus
.$350,000
.$350,000
John Knox & Co., Commission Brokers
' Kubinger Building, 840 Chapel Street, ,
Telephone 5150. ... NEW HAVEN, CONN
Correspondent John Morn's. j.w.vn.
Stock, Bonds, Grain and Cotton bought nnd sold for cssh or on moderate
deposits.
Quick BeTTlc, prompt dellTeryi I nimedlate settlements.
Also dealers in mining securities o f hlffn grade. .
72
S3
32
71
S3
79
31
71
S3
80'4
32'4
141 142"2 141 142
2V2 2S 2SM. 2S
7 7Vi 7 7
102 103V4 102 103
49 49 49 49
92 93 , 92 93
128 128 128 128
17 17 17 17'
113 113 113 113
114 114 1W 113
94 94 94 94
64 54 63 64
64 64 54 54
98 98 97 87
29 30 29 30
108 108 108 103
20 21 20 21
109 109 109 109
75 75 75 75
78' 78 78'
57 57 57
13 13 13
67 67 67
12 12 12
111 110 111
15
69
21
84
15
6
15
69
24
84
15
6
15
69
24
84
15
6
BOSTON STOCK MARKET
Reported over private wires of Horn
blower & Weeks, members of the
New York and Boston SUock Ex
changes. New Haven, ofllce, 27 Center
street.
Boston, Nov. 9.
Adventure Ill 1
Allouez 23 23 22 23
Arcadian 3 3
Atlantic 9 10
Bingham 5 5 5 5
Boston Cons 10 10 10 11
Calumet & Hecla. 600 595 595 600
Centennial 20 20 19 20
Copper Range ... 55 54 54 54
Daly West 10 11
I Franklin TVs 7 7 8
j Granny 75 80
iCrcene 6 6 5 6
'isle Royal 15 15
Jlass. Cons 2 2
Mohawk 47 48 46 47
Nevada Cons 7 7
North r.utte .... 39 39 39 39
Old Dominion .... 23 23
Osceola 82 82 SO 82
Parrot 9 9
Quincy SO SO SO
Such opportunities as the
present market affords for in
vestments in bonds and stocks
should not be overlooked. High
grade securities have not been
so low in a great many years.
Honsatonlo Rnilroml 5's of 1937, to
yield 4.30.
New Haven Park 3 bonds of 1039,
to yield over i.
Providence Securities Co. Guaranteed
4's of li)37, to yield over 5.
Consolidated Railway Co. Guaranteed
4's of 1950. to yield 1.60.
Consolidated Railway Co. 4's of 1954,
to yield 4.85.
Swift & Co. first mortgage 5's of 1914,
to yield 6.25.
International Silver Co. first mortgage
fl's of 1948, to yield newly .
International Silver Co. 8 debentures
of 1933, to yield over 8'r.
Dnnbury and Bethel Street Railway
first mortgage 5's, to yield 5.
New Haven (las Light Co. 8c stock,
price to yield over a.
Southern New England Telephone 6
stoek, price to yield over 8.
Security Insurance Co. 12 stock,
price to yield over ti c
THE
Ghas. W. Scranton
COMPANY
Investment Brokers
103 ORANGE, STREE.T
THE NATIONAL
TRADESMEN S BAHK
96 Orange St.,
NEW HAVEN. CONN.
Capital ...$300,000.00
Surplus, over.... $300,000.00
Warren A. Spalding, President.
Augustus H. Kimberly, Vice-President,
Frederick C. Burroughs, Cashier.
Frank B. ITrisbie, Assistant Cashier.
Princa '- & '. Whitely
STOCK AND BOND
BROKERS.
52 Broadway, New York.
15 Center Street, New Haven.
This' bank offers to deposit
ors every facility for business,
and invites the accounts of cor
porations, firms and individu-1
als. ' -
EZEKIEL G. STODDARD,
President. '
HORATIO G. REDFIELD, .
Cashier.,
WILLIAM G. REDFIELD,
Assistant Cashier.
Investments
for
November
C. E. Tfiooinsoi ft -Sou
81 0 Chapel Street.
NEW ACCOUNTS INVITED.
IHMJnion Trust Co.
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. BBOLMER,
Manager New Haven Branch.
BONDS FUR SALE.
International Silver 6 per cent,
bonds. .
Connecticut Railway 4's of
1951, guaranteed by Consol
idated Railway.
MERCANTILE
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
FlKN!m3 A CONVEJiiaiTT
AND SECIRH PLACE) FOB
THE DEPOSIT OF YOlB SE
CURITIES AflD VALUABLES.
72 CHURCH STREET
NEW HA VEX.
Chartered by H;!io State of Connecticut
with authority to act as Executor, Ad
ministrator, Guardian, Receiver, or
Trustee, under will or deed.
la legal depository or money paid in
to Court, and Public Trust Funds. act3
TvnatPB for Municipalities, Corpora
tions and lnuiviauuis. aim riuiiiimsiera
Trusts of all kinds. Kmpowercu to act
as registrar of Stocks, Bonds or other
evidences of indebtedness, manage sink
ing funds, and do all business such as
la usually done by Trust Companies.-
It also does a general banking busi
ness collecting checks, notes, coupons,
and 'receives depoBits. The principal of
each trust is invested by ilsolf and
kept separate and apart from the gen
eral assets of tne compai.,. Mew TTaven On.s T.icrVit. fin tAlr
Tnis (join ij" y ,B "' it)nuiany ",wm " -o ww
pre-
KIMBERLY, ROOT & CO.,
Tel. 1109. 133 Orange Street.
Private nivr. to New York nnd Boston
INVESTMENTS.
S. N. E. Telephone stock
X&t Eramlaer o the 'international Silver Co.
Specialists in
COBALT
SHARES
CHIN & POWELL CO..
35 Wall St, Ns;v Itri City.
A Clean Record
of Sixty-Four Years.
No lew aults or unpaid louses under
any policies issued by th North Agen
cy since it was established in 1843.
Should this mean .anything; to a
property holder who wants to get the
benefit of iin experienced and reliable
apsncy to look after his Insurance bus
iness? Our rates are exactly the same as
those charged by others.
Why not look Into this matter a lit
tle? Perhaps you take less paing In
selecting your insurance than you do
your cigars. .
JOHN C. NORTH,
70 CHURCH STREET.
First Building North of the Post Office.
James H. Parish Co.
HEMIY L. HOTCHKISS, President,
... EUGENE S. BRISTOL. Treasurer.
DO IT NOW
Fire Insurance.
Cannon, Morse 4 Co.
792 Chapel St.
ferred stock,
Yale National Bank.
Connecticut Railway and Light
ing Co., preferred and com
mon. The W. T. Fields, Co.,
902 CHAPEL ST.
Tel. 0870.
succeeding
NEWTON 4 PARISH.
locks and Bon
Dsalersin Investment Securities
H6 Orange Street

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