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DOUBLES HIS DOLLARS. It is the little things that count in this life. If you hav ved any money It is probably your own fault. Don't procrastinate! Don't say "I can't;. Don't say that you WILL sometime In the future. But say "I WILL TO-DAY!" 4 PER CIi.-T. INTEREST OX SAVINGS, Open Saturday Nights to be of Service to You. sr m.vr fT LATE FEATURES OF TREJT0GK F1IET Good Influence of Offer of Panama Bonds Wanes Somewhat. DIFFICULTIES HAVE ARISEN Inflow of Gold from Abroad Continues in Steady ' Stream. The announcement before ' beginning of last -week's operations, of the gov ernment offer of $50,000,000 In Panama bonds and of $100,000,000 in one-year three per cent, treasury notes, the lat ter in denominations of $50 and multi ples, aroused bright expectations of a decisive stoppage of the currency fam ine. Hoarders of money it was thought would be attracted by an absolutely secure government obligation during a period of distrust of usual Investment facilities. , The good Influence of the measure on sentiment waned during the week, principally because of the complexities discovered m working out the project. Detailed Information was not made public of the amounts being ubscrtbed by private capital; On the part of the banks the prep arations for participation In the issue were found to affect the money and currency markets to some extent, and there was much confusion of mind in estimating the effects of the transact ion. Meantime, the inflow of gold from abroad continues In a steady stream and large additional engagements con tinue to be made to arrive at future dates. For the first time during the present month the bank of France fur nished part of these supplies, the trans action being based on commercial bills of exchange. The new source of sup ply thus opened up is considered1 of great Importance. Various indications served to prove how far the general banking situation has been strength ened by the heavy withdrawals from New York and the forwarding of in coming gold as it arrived, The Canadian banks made reports in response to an official call during the Week, which revealed the large drain from New York to' that destination, with an accompanying scaling down of loans on call with the Dominion placed largely In the New York stock market. Bankers are awaiting the next ca'l from the United States controller of the currency, the usual period for which has now passed. There is growiner conviction that res ponse to this call will show that the general banking position is so forti fied by the strong current of cash which has flowed out of New York and from foreign sources that the feeling of mutual suspicion and distrust which have been by far the most potent fac tors in the recent embarrassments, will quickly die out. FINANCIAL MIES. The official notice and plan of the New York, New Haven and Hartford ailroad Issue of rights to the new onvertlble 6 per cent, bond ws an- lounced on Friday morning, the cir cular having been sent out on Friday light. AM the main points of the plan vere published early last week. There re, however, soma changes in details, he principal of which are that the how 6 per cent, debentures are to toe sued in coupon form of $1,000 onv. he registered debentures, 'however, k-ill be issued on $100, $500 and $1,- 00, and $10,000 pieces. Holders of the coupon debentures nd of the convertible receipts, three uarters paid, will present them to he following places and have the re elpt or bond stamped: Treasurer's office, New Haven, onn.; south station and uid colony i'rust Co., Boston, Mass.; Grand Cen- al station and Farmers' Loan and rust Co., New York city; Hartford rust Co.,, Hartford; Union Trust Co., fpringfleld; Rhode Island Hospital rust Co., Providence, R. I. After stamping the paper warrants ill be issued. This must be done be re December 20. Warrants for both lie stock and registered 3 1-2 per nt. debentures will be sent out about e tenth of December and holders of arrants will have until January 15 subscribe, the first payment of 25 r cent, being due that date. Warrants will be issued in multiples $100, but the fracion for both stock d bonds will be Issued in ninths. r example, the holder of twelve ares of stock will have a warrant t him for $400, whereas a holder of 200 convertible 3 1-2'a will get one rrant for $200 and another six iths of $100. The holder of twenty ares of stock will have one warrant t him for $000 and one for sixj ths of $100. A holder of $1,409 bentures 3 1-2's will get one war- t for $300 and one for one-nmth of 10. rhe company will not buy or sell ctional warrants, but the business 1 be adjusted by the bankers and ikers. Hwlft & Co. stock has ranged from 1-4 to 83, closing on Saturday at 1-4. outhern . New England Telephone noanv stock has ranged from 95 to t though no great amount of the stock pressing for sale and the aemana is all. rice of the New Englnnd Telephone 1 Telegraph remains about the same. Parent company, the American ephone and Telegraph, has rallied ittle from 9ly2 to 95, closing on tat ay at 91?i. he fortunate holders of Standard company will receive tomorrow NEW en't 0 a. morning a dividend check of $10 per snare. Holders of Amalgamated Coppeir this morning will receive a quarterly divi dend of $1 per share. Transfer books of the Delaware and Hudson company close to-day for the quarterly dividend of 24 per cent., pay able December 16. Adams Expires company has de clared a regular quarterly dividend of $2 and an extra dividend of $2 per share payable the first Moday in December. The first payment of $25 on the sub scription to the new 6 per cent, deben tures of. the New Haven Gas Light company will be payable December 2. The next installment of 25 per cent, will come due March 2. An assessment of 50 cents per share will be due Wednesday for Wyandot Copper company, small amounts of which were placed here some years ago at $3 and $4 per share. During the re cent drop this stock has sold from 25c to 15c per share. It is doubtful if it is worth while for small holders to pay this assessment, as another one of like amount will bo due May 27 and the company, as we understand, is ship ping nothing, but hopes in tunnelling about the property to strike something, as It is located in a rich district. The clearing and balances of the New Haven banks for the week end ing November 23rd, 1907, and for the corresponding week of last year are furnished by the secretary of the New Haven Clearing House as follows: Clearings Clearings Nov.. 18 $400,436.64 $83,176.84 $492,536.10 Nov. 19, 384,062,73 74,610.31 484,357.10 rsuv. iv, 001, M,f!M.4b 880,741.98 Nov. 21, 336.890.26 E8.635.62 396,586.75 Nov. 22, 31 1,059.77' 55,228.20 390,484.70 Nov. 23, 326,222.72 71,158.16 568,737.04 Ttls $2,111,509.05 $394,433.56 $2,713,443.82 uecrease uiearngs week 1907 $ 601,934.77 Balances week 1906 591,192.55 Difference balances 196,758.99 Clearings 1905 1,919,736.15 I Clearings 1904 1,745,690.10 Clearings 1903 1,621,527.14 1 Dividends soon due are: Adams Express, rate, $2; date, Dec. 2; books close, Nov. 16. Amnl. Copper, $1; Nov. 25; Dec. 24. Amer. Cotton Oil, pfd., $3; Dec. 2: Nov. 14. Amer. Express, $3; Jan. 2; Nov. 30. Amer. Sugar, 1 3-4; Jan. 1; Nov. 27. Amer. Sugar, pfd., 1 3-4; Jan. 1; Nov. 27. Amer. Tel. & Cable, 1 1-4; Dec. 2; Nov. 15. Amer. Thread pfd., 2 1-2; Jan. 1; Nov. 20. Amer. Tobacco, 6; Deo. 2; Nov. 15. A ten. Top., & V. Se., 3; Dee. 2; Nov. 7. Ches. & Ohio, 1; Dec. 12; Nov. 21. C. C. & St. L., pfd., 1 1-4; Jan. 20; Dec. 27. Cleve. PH.ts. P.. R. org. guar stock, 1 3-4; Dec. :y, Nov. 9. Con. Gas, 1; Dec. 16; Nov. 26. Del. & Hudson, 2 1-4; Dec. 16; Nov. Mass. Gas. pfd., $2; Dec. 2; Nov. 12 Nat. Biscuit, pfd., 1 3-4; Nov. 80;ttov. 16. Nat. Biscuit, com., 1 1-4; Jan. 15; Dec. 28. Nor. & West, com., 2 1-2; Dec. 18: Nov. 30. Peo. G. L. & Coke, 1 1-2; Nov. 25; Nov. 9. Press. Steel Car, pfd., 1 3-4; Nov. 27; Nov. 6. Quaker Oats, pfd., I 1-2; Nov. 80; Nov. 30. Ry. Steel Spg, pfd., 1 8-4; Dec. 20; Dec. 10. Southern Pac, com., 1 1-2; Jan. 2. Standard Oil, $10; Nov. 26; Nov. 20. Union Pacific, com., 2 1-2; Jan 2 : Nov. 30. U. S. Steel Corp., com., 1-2; Dec. 30: Deo. 9. U. S. Steel Cor., pfd., 1 8-4; Nov. 3J; Nov. 6. NEW HAVEN'S NEW BONDS. Explanation of the Issue and Its Features. The New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad company has made official announcement of the complete details of the issue of $39,029,600 6 per cent, convertible debentures, authorized on November 11. No change has been made In the terms on which the, stockholders of the 3 per cent, convertible debenture cer tificates of the issue of January 1, 1906, or to holders of warrants for subscrip tion to such debentures, will be per mitted to subscribe for the new deben tures. Under the subscriptions made in accordance with these terms on or be fore January 15, 1908, subscribers will be obliged to pay the principal amount of the debenture subscribed for in four installments of 25 per cent, each as follows: First Installment, January 15, 1908. Second installment, July 15, 1908. Third installment, January 15, 1909. Fourth installment, July 15, 1909. It is nrovidert. hnwpver thnt or.- i ! etallment or Installments may be paid ui auvanee upon any of the three dates first above named. Subscription warrants will be issued to the stockholders and holders of the convertible debentures as soon as pos sible after the close of business on De cember 2, 1907, stating the amount of new debentures for which such hold ers are entitled to subscribe. The war rants to be issued will be of two kinds: Warrants certifying a right of sub scription for debenture of the principal amount of $100 or multiple thereof, and warrant of fractional rights of sub scription expressed in ninths, for a debenture of the principal amount of $1C0. The manner in which thpsp mr. rants will be issued is illustrated in the following tabulation: Holder of four shares of stock gets warrants for $100 new debentures and fractional warrants for 3-9 of a right. Holder of eight shnres of stock gets warrants for $200 new debentures and fractional warrants for 6-9 of a right; Holder of one 3Vi per cent, debenture gets fractional warrants for 2-9 of a right. Holder of one 3 per cent. $1,000 debenture gets warrants for $200 new debentures and fractional warrants for 2-9 of a right. Holder of one SV, Tier opnf- (VCi j debenture gets warrants for $1,100 new ucijtmuica anu iraccionai warrants for 1-9 of a right. I m.i.iiuui luuiure or tne new 6 i per cent, debentures is that Uu-y will HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL provide, go far as lawfully may be, that the holders shall enjoy a right of subscription for any future issue of capital stock to the sama extent as If they were holders at the time of such Issue of the shares of stock to which they will becomeentitled by the con version of their debentures. The new debentures wlh also provide that If the company shall at any future time create any mortgage upon its main line, as now exists between Woodlawn, New York and Springfield, Mass., or on its existing main line between New Ha ven and Providence, R. I., such deben tures shall be entitled to share in the security of such mortgage pro rata with any other obligations secured thereby. closing rnicEs. Reported over private wires of Prince & Whitely, members of the New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. New York omee. 52 Broadway and 15 Center street. New Haven, Conn. New York, Nov. 23. Bid. Asked. Adams Express Co Amal. Cop Am Car Foundry Co. . . do pfd Am Cotton Oil do pfd. Am Express Co 162 1S5 4S8 48 25 25 81 82 24 24Vi 70 85 160 190 10 12 11 11 7 8 16 17 34 35 84 88 65 65 85 86 102 103 108 109 12 13 32 $2 70 70 79 79 60 61 78 78 75 78 80 30 80 90 5 7 59 60 142 142 11 12 67 69 11 12 67 69 145 155 25 25 125 6 7 25 27 97 97 130 133 131 132 52 52 110 115 5 10 20 48 50 15 15 17 17 86 86 131 131 385 405 53 56 39 40 18 13 31 31 21 22 107 109 113 113 64 63 68 117 119 5 ( 8 8 67 58 10 11 58 65 21 22 49 49 10 15 88 89 110 120 13 13 22 22 54 60 62 52 61 62 59 60 94 94 22 24 134 140 28 .29 62 63 39 39 107 107 19 21 110 110 73 74 17 17 66 70 138 140 23 26 81 81 74 75 13 14 67 67 12 12 27 29 10 10 50 32 67 68 103 103 11 15 26 28 18 21 18 18 16 17 33 34 71 75 4 5 39 51 112 112 75 78 65 80 37 38 13 14 64 66 23 24 82 82 79 79 14 15 8 8 15 15 300 37 40 7 8 7 12 11 1VA 25 30 ' Am Hide & Leather pfd. Am Ice Securities - Am Linseed Co do pfd Am Locomotive Co ! do pfd Am Smelt and Refln j do pfd ' Am Sugar Refln. Co. ... do pfd Am Woolen Co Anaconda Co. Minn. Co.. Atchl., Top. & St Fe do pfd Atlantic Coast Line .... Bait. & Ohio I do pfd I Bay State Gas Co. ..... Brooklyn Rap Trans Co. Brooklyn Union Gas Co. Brunswick Co Canada Southern Canadian Pacific , Central Leather do pfd i Central of New Jersey . . j do pfd ; Central of New Jersey!. . Ches. & Ohio Chi. & E. Illinois pfd. . . ! Chi. & Gt. Western j do A pfd Chi., Mil. & St. Paul I do pfd Chi. & Northewst C. R. I. & P. C. 4 p c bda Chi., St. P., M. & Omaha Chi. Term. Trans. ...... do pfd Cleve. C, C. & St. L. . . . Colorado Fuel & Iron . , Colorado Southern Consolidated Gas Del. & Hudson Del. Lack. & West. . . .v Den. & Rio Grande fd.p. Distillers Sec Co Erie ..... do 2d pfd, do 2d pfd General Electric ... .... Gt. Northern pfd Hocking Valley do pfd Illinois Central Inter Metropolitan Inter. Paper Co do pfd. Iowa Central ' Kan. C, Ft. S. & M. pfd. Kan. City Southern .... do pfd Lake Erie & West Louis. & Nash Man. Elevated Mexican Central Mo., Kan. & Tex. do pfd Missouri Pacific National Biscuit N. Y. Air Brake N. Y. Cen. & Hudson . . N. Y Chi. & St. Louis. N. Y. & New Haven .... N. Y. Ont. & West. Norfolk & Western Nortih American Northern Paclllc Pacific Mall Penn. R. R People's Oafl, Chi. Pressed Steel Car do pfd Pullman Palace Car Co. Hallway Steel Springs... Reading do 1st pfd Rep. Iron & Steel Co. . . do pfd Rock Island Co ido pfd Southern Railway Co. . . do pfd Southern Pacific ....... do pfd St. Louis & Southwest. . . do pfd Third Avenue Texas & Pacific Tol., St. Louis & West. . do pfd Twin City Rap. Trans. . .. Union Bag & Paper Co... do pfd Union Pacific do pfd .... U. U. U. V. S. Express Co S. Realty & Imp. Co. S. Rubber Co do 1st pfd S. Steel Co. do pfd do S. F. 5 per cent.. Vir. Car. Chem. Co Wabash do pfd Wells-Fareo Express Co. West. Elect. Co Wheel. & Lake Erie . . , do 2d pfd Wisconsin Central do pfd NEW YORK STOCK MAIIKET. Reported over private -wires ot Prince & Whitely, members of the New Tork and Boston Stock Exchanges. New York office, F.2 Broadway and 15 Center street. iew Haven. New York, 'Nov. 23. lATtnil. Copper ... 41 4?v 47 4S A. Car & Foun. . 25'2 25 25! 25i A. Cot. dil Co. .. 21'i 24 V2 24 54 A. Locomot've Co 31 55 Si 35 (1. . r.fu 85 fc.-. S" 85 A. P. & Rein. Co 61 f5 C1 65 A. ? TtPfin Co. . 101 k 103 101 103 'A. WoMen Co. ... 12 12 12 12 .i, T. & S. Fe .... 67Vi CTVi 70 AND COURIER, MONDAY, do pf.l 79'4 79 79 Bal-.. & Ohio .... 78 78 77 B. R. T 29 0 29 Can. lav'iflc 142 142 142 Cut. Ltather .... 12 12 12 Ches. CMo .... 24 25 24 Chi. & Gt. W 7 7 C, M. fe St. P. ... 95 98 95 Chi. & Northwest. 130 131 130 C, C, C. & St. L. 4S 48 48 Col. Fuel & Iron 16 16 15 C ns. Gaw 85 86 85 Del. & Hudson .. 130 131 130 Erie , 12 13 12 do. 1st pfd. .. 29 31 29 Gen. Else. Co. ... 105 109 105 Gt. North, pfd. ... 112 113 112 111. Cent. .: 118 118 118 Inter.-Met 5' 5 5 do. pfd 15 15 15 Louis. & Nssb. .. 8 88 S3 Mo., K. & T. pfd. 54 54 54 Missouri Pacific . 52 52 52 N. Y. C.,& Hud. . 93 94 93 N. Y. O. & W. ... 28 28 28 Norfolk & W ' 62 62 62 North. Pacific .. 105 107 105 Pacific Mail .... 19 19 19 Penrfylvanla .. .108 110 108 Pecplf 's Gas 721& 73 72 Reading 79 82 79 R. I. & S. Co. pfd. 57 57 ' 57 Rok Island So. .. 11 12 11 iSouth. Pacific .. 66 68 66 South. R'way Co. 10 10 10 do. pfd 29 30 29 Texas & Pacific . IS 18 18 Union Pacific .... 109 112 109 (Concluded on Eighth Page.) Foreign Money Boughl Gold, Silver and Bank Notes, Canadian and Mexican money. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Lo mos & iMcttlston BANKERS and BROKERS 137 Orangs Street. AVE GUARD YOUR DEPOSITS. Protection to your financial interests is a very Important matter one vflilch yon can set tle now by opening an account with the Merchants National Bank. Your account, subject to yonr check, is invited, and will at all times receive our best at tention. ( THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 37(1 STATS STREET. CORPORATE MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY. The New Ilaven Trust Com pany is well equipped to look after your property, real or per sonal, and give every detail the best attention. We collect the Income, keep up the insurance, pay the taxes, superintend the repairs and im provements, and make aalos, when requested. Why not appoint in yonr Agent and be relieved of nil core and responsibility. ifeus. COMPANY 40 CHURCH STREET. THE Chas. W. Scranton Co, Investment Brokers 103 ORANGE STREET. The RIGHTS to subscribe to the new issue of N. Y,, N. H. & H. R. R. Co. 6 Convertible Gold Debentures, due January 15, 1948, are now selling on a basis of about 108, at which the yield is 5. These Bonds are convertible into the stock after 1923. They are als'o Legal Invest ments for Connecticut and Massachusetts Savings Banks and Trust Funds, and are tax exempt in Connecticut. With a nominal money mar ket, these Bonds should sell at a much higher price, and we consider them a most attrac tive investment. MERCANTILE DEPOSIT COMPANY SAFE FTRXISHES A COXVEVTEXT AXD SECURE PLACE FOR THE DEPOSIT OF YOl'R SE CURITIES AXD VALUABLES. 72 CHURCH STREET. 50 !2 I 4 6 1 07 ' Mi 131 i 0k i5' m 86 ; (M 131 M 13 ! f M 31 j m 30 I 18 I 112 j NOVEMBER 25, 1907. t UCJi ! H A PLEDGE OF SAFETY. fe An important element In all financial considerations is the question of safety. This institution is a guarantee of absolute safety. Money deposited in this bank'' is safeguarded in the most careful and eflleicnt manner. k1 mngm 118 ' " " " 5tt' 15 I 54 STOCKS 52 94 2S 62 107. 19 110 81 If C 57 k Jl 12 Butterworth & Co. 10 1 investment Private Wire for execution of orders upon New York Stock Exchange Quotations and Information furnished upon application Telephones 3 1 003 101 HORNBLOWER & WEEKS Members of New York and Boston Stock Exehange3. New Haven Office, 27 Center Street. 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. H. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS Investment Securities 108 ORANGE STREET. " DICK BROS. & 30 BROAD STREET, NilW YORK. MEMBERS New Tork Steck Bchame Philadelphia Stock Exohnnge ff ew York Cotton Exchan New York Coffee Exchange New Orleane Cottoa Exchange Chicago Board of Trade Auodnlf Member Liverpool Cotton Exchange. Stocks, Konds, Cotton, Grain and Coffee. EDWARD B EAMES, Mgr. NEW HAVES' BRANCH S3 CENTER STREET. John Knox & Co., Commission Brokers ? Hubinger Building, 840 Chape! Street, Telephone B170. w NEW HAVEJf, COT. CoTrepodemt Joha Mora. Stocks. Bonds, Grain and Cotton bought and sold for cash or on mederta deposits. 1 Quick aerrlce, prompt dellveryj Immediate settlements. Also dealers la mining securities of high grade. THE NATIONAL TRADESMEN BANK 96 Orango St., NEW HAVEN. CONN. Capital $300,000.00 Surplus, over.... $300,000.00 Warren A. Spalding, President. Augustus II. Klmberly, Vice-President. Frederick C. Burroughs, Cashier. Frank B. Frisbie, Assistant Cashier. NEW ACCOUNTS INVITED. JUiUnion Trust Co. NEW HAVEJf. Chartered by the State of Connecticut with authority to act as Er.ecutor, Ad ministrator, Guardian, Receiver, or Trustee, under will or deed. Is legal depository or money paid in to Court, and Public Trust Funds, acts as Trustee for Municipalities, Corpora tions and Individuals, and fidmlnistsra Trusts of all kinds. Empowereu 10 act as registrar of Stocks, Bonds or other evidences of indebtedness, manage sink ing funds, and do all business such as i3 usually done by Trust Companies It also does a general banking busi ness, collecting checks, notes, coupons, oni receives deposits. The nrinclmil nt each trust is Invested by Itself and 1 kept separate and apart from the gen-' ml nssets 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, Morsa Co. 792 Chaoel St. BONDS Securities' Exchange Building Princ Whitely STOCK AND BOND BROKERS. 52 Broadway, New York. 15 Center Street, New Haven. Members lew 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. Investments. Hariford & Springfield Street Railway Co. New Haven Gas Light Co. Security Insurance Co. Scovill Manufacturing Company (Waterbury). Stanley Works (New Britain). Local Bank Stocks. The W. T. Fields, Co., 902CH APEL ST. Tel. CS70. LOCAL INVESTMENTS. New Haven Gas Light Co. New Haven Water Co. S. N. E.. Telephone. RIGHTS. N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. new 6's. 'tmurn. BERLT. ROOT & CO.. Tel. 1109. 153 Ornnire Street. Private Riin to Sew York and Biiatom WEATHER ( CLOUDY TO-DAY, Ca'nYi Thltrwo CENTS. Will my W--mv -r, J as my wife? Where will the bread come from when the breadwinner passes away? Will my orphans have the advan tages of my children? COUPON. T N, rtT Manawer, Equitable Life Society, Exchange Bmidingr, Tn ,.ki. New Haven. Conn. id enatu me to answer yonr th questions enl me the nreml m ratS tor a standard Equitable policy tor t day of ... I was born on tne II.... Name Business address Date 1907 BRANCH OFFICE BAJfKEItS ATTD BROKERS 27 Broadway, New York. MEMBERS OF New York Stock Exchange. Bonds and Stocks Bensut and .old on CMnlrao, for wfc or carried on mnrfcln, also Cotton, Grain or Provisions. Investment Securities. A SPECIALTY. New Haven Branch, 20 and Si Center St. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 317 STATE STREET. ESTABLISHED 1834. Capital $350,000 Surplus ..........$350,000 This bank offers to deposit ors every facility for businesa, and invites the accounts of cor porations, firms and individu- -.1- EZEKIEL G. STODDARD, '.' President HORATIO G. REDFIELD, Cashier. WILLIAM G. REDFIELD, , -v Assistant Cashier. Attractive. S for ovember I f. faiii I Sons 61 0 Chape! Street. N Specialists in COBALT S i? rutwtLL LU., 35 Wall St, N3.Y M Cit. A Cleair Record Of Sixtv. Friiii. Yn - . vm a. . JTo law anita or unpaid loma 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 the benefit of an experienced and reliable agency to look after his insurance bus ir.tss? Our rates are exactly the same as those oharged by others. Why not look into this matter a lit tle? Perhaps you take less pains in selecting: your Insurance than you do your clears. JOHN C. NORTH. TO CHURCH STREET. First Building: North of the Post Office. James H. Paris! I Co. succeeding NEWTON 4, PARISH. Slocks end Bond Dealers in Invsstmsnt Sscuritiss 86 Orange Street.