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INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW-YORK

Incorporated 1850.

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ASSETS: over $13,000,000

HENRY B. STOKES, President,
J. L. HALSEY, Vice-President.
H. Y. WEMPLE, 2d Vice-President.
W. C. FRAZEE, Secretary.
J. H. GIFFIN, Jr., Ass't Secretary.

E. L. STABLER, Actuary.

AGAVAL

JEIE

Dr. W. B. LANE, Superintend't of Agencies,

New York Law SCHOOL,

EQUITABLE BUILDING,

120 Broadway,

New York City.

Largest Law School Incorporated June, 1891.

First Session opened Oct. 1st, 1891. in the United States Number of Students during first year, 381.

(Outside of Michigan). During Second year, 508. THE Professors were associates of Prof. Theodore W. Dwight

in Columbia College Law School until his retirement therefrom in 1891, and follow the “Dwight METHOD" of legal instruction, Degree of LL.B. given after a two years' course. Tuition Fee, $100. Post-graduate course now established.

ANNUAL SESSION OPENS OCTOBER 1ST. For Catalogues, Information, etc., address GEORGE CHASE, Dean.

Successors to A. T. Stewart & Co.

Dry Goods,

Upholstery

and Furniture,

Housefurnishing Goods,

China and Glass,

Men's Furnishing,

Stationery,

Ladies' Cloaks, Wraps

and Millinery.

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Broadway, 4th Ave., 9th and 10th Sts.,

NEW YORK CITY.

Successors to A. T. Stewart & Co.

Why are we the first house in the world ?
The reasons why-

Ist.–Every article carries our guarantee. 2nd.-We believe in quick sales and small

profits.

3rd.-No account is too small for our best

attention.

4th.-We ship Dry Goods free all over the

United States.

5th. We back our goods in quality and

price against all comers. 6th.-Mail orders receive prompt attention. 7th.-Inquiries receive courteous replies.

The Best Goods

at Lowest Prices.

Broadway, 4th Ave., 9th and 10th Sts.,

NEW YORK CITY.

and Industrial Union,

Through its Executive Committee, has decided to recommend the MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of New-York to its members. The report, signed by every member of the Executive Committee, says:

"We do so because, after careful study and investigation, we are led to believe that the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York is the largest and strongest mutual life company, and paying the largest amounts in di vidends of any insurance organization in the world. It has been tested in the crucible of finance for more than fifty years, and has always, so far as we can learn, treated its members with the utmost equity and generosity and been prompt in the payment of its every obligation. Being a purely mutual organization, its vast assets, amounting to more than $175,000,000, are strictly the property of the membership. It has in its membership a very large number of the most careful, prudent and far-seeing men in the nation; and being founded on lines somewhat similar to those of the Alliance, for mutual benefit, assistance and protection, we believe that our membership. by Insuring therein, would have the best and safest protection for their money and leave a sure benefit to those in whose favor the insurance is made." The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New

York, Richard A. McCurdy, President, is the largest and strongest Life Insurance Company in the world.

Assets over $180,000,000

The Shortest
And Most Reliable
Cable Routes to Europe

CABLE

MERCIAL

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TWO COMPLETE DUPLEXED LINES OF

CABLES.

The
Leading
Atlantic
Cable Co.

SPEEDY, ACCURATE Independent.

The improved service and low tariff are entirely due to the enterprise of the “COMMERCIAL." Its cables are worked automatically, which increases the speed and reduces the chances of errors to a minimum.

The "COMMERCIAL" connects with the POSTAL TELEGRAPH CO. and CANADIAN PACIFIC TELEGRAPH.

The COMMERCIAL CABLE CO. received the ONLY TWO AWARDS issued at the World's Columbian Exposition for system of cable working and latest and improved ocean cable apparatus. GEO, G. WARD,

J. 0. STEVENS, Vice Pres't and Gen'l Mgr. Secretary.

J. W. MACKAY,

President.

The Old New York Type Foundry.

ESTABLISHED 1804.

A.D.FARMER & SON

TYPE FOUNDING CO. BEEKMAN STREET, NEW YORK.

Every Printing Requisite Supplied.

The Best and Most Rapid Type-Setting

Machine in the World.

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Average Capacity 6,500 Ems per Hour--The only Type-Setting Machine on the Market that has an Automatic Distributor-Adapted to Newspaper, Magazine, and Highest Grade of Book Work--Two Men can“ Set Up" 6,500 and Distribute 6,000 Ems per Hour-It is the Only Machine that will Set Italics-It will Set Three Sizes of Type.

Office-203 Broadway, New York City.

THE MAIL AND EXPRESS BUILDING.

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