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Politics-Continued.

Societies-Continued.
Prohibition Nat'l and State Com.'s.214 American Iron and Steel Ass'n.... 187
Republican County Com., N. Y....210 American Library Association... ..175
Republican League, National. ..210 American Medical Association. ..181
Republican League, N. Y. State....212 American Protective Association...187
Republican National Committee....211 Am. Society of Civil Engineers.....181
Republican State committees.

...211

Am. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers. 151
Population of large cities.

. 101 Am. Society of Naval Engineers..19
Population of States.

102-3 Ancient Order United Workmen...181
Postal laws and regulations.
92 Army of the Cumberland.

.187
President: Electoral vote... 115 et seq.

Army of the Potomac..

....187
Popular vote

122

Army of the Tennessee.. ....187
Vote for each.

.119
Aztec Club of 1847.

.187
White House expenses.

64 Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip..225
Law as to succession.
87 Brotherhood of St. Andrew.

.167
Rainfall in United States.

91 Chautauqua and assemblies.. 174-3
Railroad statistics

97
Christian Endeavor Society.

103
Religious bodies: Membership, etc...160

Cincinnati, Society of the..

.215
Religious societies

Colonial Wars, Society of..

.173
African M. E. Church...

225

Columbian Daughters of America..173
Am. Board Com. Foreign Missions. . 165

Comrades of the Battlefield. .172
Am. Inst. of Christian Philosophy..167

Confederate Veteran Association....174
Baptist societies and officers. ..162

Daughters of Liberty

.179
Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip..225

Daughters of the Revolution. .173
Brotherhood of the Kingdom. .167

Daughters of the Am. Revolution..173
Brotherhood of St. Andrew..

167
Eleventh Army Corps...

.187
Christian Endeavor Society.. ..165

Elks, Order of...

.182
Congregational societies and officers. 165

Federation of Woman's Clubs... .187
Daughters of the King.

225
Free Masons, Order of...

.169
Episcopal societies and officers.....160

Grand Army of the Republic.. .171
Epworth League ...

.167

Historical Societies of States.. .176
Evangelical Lutheran Church.. .167

Knights of Pythias.

..170
King's Daughters and Sons.. .167

League of Catholic Unity....

.168
Methodist societies and oflicers......164

Loyal Women of American Liberty.173
Our Young People's Christian Union. 166

Lyceum League of America.

19
Presbyterian societies and officers..163

Medal of Honor Legion.

.179
Reformed Church of America....

Military and Naval Order of U. S. 182
Reformed Church of the U. S......167

Military Order Loyal Legion, U. 5.170
Religious Education, Am. Soc. of..

National Education Association.....178
Roman Catholic Hierarchy..

.161

National League for Good Roads. .168
Roman Catholic Summer School... 169

National League for Protection of
Unitarian Association

American Institutions

.......181
United Brethren in Christ.

National bodies and officers,
..167

.187
Woman's Bd. of Foreign Missions.. 179

Naval Architects and Marine Engrs.180
Young Men's Christian Ass'n......166

Naval Order of the U. S..... .172
Republican League, Nat'l, platform.. 48

Naval Veterans, Nat'l Ass'n of....172
Republican National Platform.

Odd Fellows, Order of ..

.170

Patriotic League
Rhode Island: Area...

.180
.300

Patrons of Husbandry.
Election tables

.180
.255
Red Cross Society

.179
Party platforms

58

Roman Catholic Summer School....168
Population

. 103
State ofhcials

Regular Army and Navy Union....185
.208
Royal Arcanum

187
Rivers of the world, largest.

..117
Sea-water's saturation

.104
Savings banks' deposits.

..157

Scotch-Irish Society of America....165
Seasons, the

5
Smithsonian Institution

.178
Sea water saturation.

104

Sons of American Revolution. .171
Shipping statistics

. 152-3
Sons of the Revolution..

.172
Shipping, taxation laws on.

89
Sons of Veterans..

182
Silver: Certificates outstanding.

....106
Spiritualists' Association

168
Coinages of nations.

..100
Tammany Society

.182
Coinage of U. S, Mints. . 155-6-7 U. S. Daughters, 1776-1812-1892. .173
Prices of

University Extension

,177
Production of countries.
. 106 U. S. Naval Institute.

.115
Production at the world.

. 106

Women's Christian Temperance
Production of 400 years.

..106
Union, National

179
Stocks in principal countries.. .158

Women's Christian Temperance
Smithsonian Institution

..178
Union, Non-partisan

.179
Societies:

War of 1812 Society.

.182
Actors' Fund of America.
181 Soldiers' Homes

219
Actuarial Society of America..

187
South Carolina: Area

300
American Bankers' Association.... 187

Constitutional Convention .74 and 256
American Bar Association.
187 Election tables

256
American Geographical Society.

...179

Party platforms
American Historical Association....177 Population

.103
American Humane Association......187 State officials

208
Am. Inst. of Christian Philosophy..167 Southern and Western States' Silver
American Institute of Civics..

180
platform

60

....187

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Union Pacific R. R. Gov't directors...295
War Department officials

294
White House expenses..

61
U. S. Ambassadors, Consuls, etc.. .128
U. S. Attorneys

298
C. S. Senators, election of..65 et seq.
Utah: Area

..300
Election tables

.261
Party platforms

61
Population

103
State Constitution

.144-5
State officials

208
Vessels, largest

..132
Venezuela: Tourist law

77
Vermont: Area

.301
Election tables
Party piatforms
Population

103
State oficials

200
Virginia: Area

301
Election tables

262
Party platforms

63
Population

103
State ofhcials

209
Voting, qualifications for.

87
Wages, North and South.

111
Washington: Area.

301
Election tables
Party platforms

C:
State officials

209
Weather Bureau and signals.

90
Wedding anniversaries
Weights and measures, foreign 117
West Virginia: Area

.301
Election tables

205
Party platforms

63
Population

103
State officials

209
Wisconsin: Area

.301
Election tables

.207
Party platforms

61
Population

103
State officials

.200
Woman Suffrage laws

SO
Wyoming: Area

.301
Election tables

265
Party platforms
Population

103
State officials

200

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South Dakota: Area
Election tables

257
Party platforms

59
Population

.103
State officials

. 208
Sports-
Athletics

195
Baseball

.196
Bicycling

194
Cricket

198
Canoeing

194
Chess

200
Football

198
Golf

199
Hurdle-racing

195
Jumping

195
Lawn tennis

199
Rowing

193
Running

195
Trotting and pacing

191
Turf, the...

189
Walking

195
Weight-throwing

195
Yachting

191
Specie, imports and exports.

107
Star, table of the North.

.1, 3, 6
Stars, 113 bright.
State Governments

. 201 et. seg.
States: Area and population.

.300-1
Origin of

102
Population of

102
Settlement dates

102
Sugar bounty decision..

82
Tariff votes in Congress.

12.5
Temperature of the States.

91
Tennessee: Area

.300
Governorship contest
Election tables

.237
Party platforms
Population

103
State officials

209
Texas: Area

300
Election tables
Party platforms

60
Population

103
State officials

.208
Tin-plate industry of U.S.

.94, 5
Trade-mark laws

82
Treasury debt statement.

108
Tribune Fresh-Air Fund..

.112
U. S. Government-

Agricultural Department officials....225
Bond Issue: President's message....183
Bureau of American Republies......295
Congress, acts and resolutions. 20 et. seq.
Congress, allotment from each State. 121
Congress, votes of States for members 72
Congress, members of..

.68 et. se.
Debt statement

.. 108
Diplomatic service

128 et. feq.
Egypt, Tribunal of.

.296
Executive officers

.293
Expenditures of departments.

111
Geographical Names Commission. 290
Immigration officials

205
Indian Commission

203
Interior Department officials.

205
Intercontinental Railroad Commis'n. 295
Interstate Commerce Bureau.
Judiciary and courts..

296
Labor Bureau officers,

203
Navy Department officials.

29 +
Postoffice Department officials. 294

President: See.
Printing Bureau

235
Revenue and expenditures..

.111
State Department officials..

204
Soldiers' Home Commissioners. 295
Treasury Department officials.

204

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SUB-INDEX FOR 1893.
Subjects.

Pages.
Behring Sea Arbitration award..

29
Bonded indebtedness, annual int. on..130
Chinese Treaty of 1894.

.257
Conjugal condition of U, S., Statis-
tics of

183
Cotton manufactures, prices of. 135
Domestic produce: Average export
prices for 27 years..

136
Federal election laws, repeal of.

31
Financial and commercial statistics of
U. S., 1867 to 1893.

122. 123
Grain and groceries prices 1877 to 1893.136
Hawaii: Republic constituted

..173
Lexow Committee, review of work of..950
Manufactures, statistics of...

120
New-York Constitutional amendments. 178
Real and personal property in U. S.,

1890. Valuation of
Religious bodies in U.S. (In detall).185-189
Tariff votes in Congress from 1790 to
1804

124-126
Telescopes of the world.

109
Wool prices, 1860 to 1893.

..140

205

..128

For Sub-Index of 1894, see Almanac for
1895.

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MUTUAL RESERVE FUND LIFE AS-
SOCIATION, Mutual Reserve Building,
cor. Broadway and Duane-st., New York
City. Edward B. Harper, Founder. F. A. I
Burnham, President. 60 per cent dividend
saved in premiums. Read “The Eloquence
of Results." Page 320.

THE ADAMS HOUSE, Major H. M.
Maguire, proprietor, Tenth-ave..
blocks below West Fourteenth-st.; 300
rooms. 50 cts. per day and upward. Page
319.

THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE
CO., 346-348 Broadway, N. Y., John A.
McCall, President. Read the "Accumula-
tion Policy, issued only by this company,
on page 315.

THE MANHATTAN LIFE INSUR-
ANCE CO. OF NEW-YORK, Henry B.
Stokes. Pres't. Incorporated 1850. Assets
over $14,000,000. Page 309.

HERKIMER PAPER COMPANY, Her-
kimer, N. Y. Manufacturers of Roll-
News, Manilla Papers and Wood Pulp.
Front page.

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW-YORK, 32 Nassau-
st., Richard A, McCurdy. President. As-
sets, over $220,000,000. Read the various
advantageous policies issued by this com-
pany. See page 311.

BENEDICT BROTHERS, Broadway and
Cortlandt-st., N. Y. Fine Watches, Dia-
monds and Rich Jewelry. "The Bene-
dict' perfect Cufr, Sleeve and Collar But-
ton. Page 313.

ALBEMARLE HOTEL, Madison Square
West, New York, Under new manage.
ment. O. B, Libbey, proprietor. See page
310.

F. WESEL MFG. CO., 11 Spruce-st..
N. Y. Manufacturers and Dealers in all
kinds Printers' Materials. Page 318.

JOHN MONKS & SON, 130 Water-st.,
New-York, Builders of Docks and Bridges,
Contractors for all Harbor Improvements,
Dredging, Pile-Driving, etc. Front page.

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“THE FINAL SPLICE.” An interesting event in the laying of the THIRD Atlantic Cable of the Commercial Cable Co. On July 2, 1894, after the last splice or joint was made between the heavy shore end and the lighter deep sea end, about 100 miles from land, the cable was gradually and carefully lowered into the sea by means of the hawser shown in the picture, and on reaching a proper level in the water, the rope was severed, and the last act in the laying of the cable was performed amid cheers and congratulations. CABLEGRAMS ACCEPTED AT ALL OFFICES OF THE POSTAL TELEGRAPH CO..1 H1

JOHN W. MACKAY, President. GEO. G. WARD, Vice-President & Gen'l Manageianare

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FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL,

Madison Square, New-York.

THE LARGEST, BEST APPOINTED AND MOST LIBERALLY MANAGED HOTEL IN THE CITY, WITH THE MOST

CENTRAL AND DELIGHTFUL LOCATION.

A. B. Darling.
Charles N. Vilas.

HITCHCOCK, DARLING & CO.

E. A. Darling. | Hiram Hitchcock.

This noble pile of white marble, Corinthian architecture, covering eighteen full city lots and accommodating one thousand guests, marks a place in the heart of the great City of New-York, and an era in the history of the Nation's wealth and advancement. It is located in the centre of the City, upon the charming Madison Square and at the intersection of the twu great streets, Broadway and Fifth Avenue, and convenient to the most important points of interest in the Metropolis.

Its patrons include the names of the most prominent men and women in America-The Presidents, hundreds of Government Officials, Senators, Congressmen, Judges, Army and Navy Officers, Divines, Physicians, Authors, and in fact all who have attained prominence and celebrity in public and private life, both at home and abroad; and the most distinguished Europeans of rank and title who have visited this country,

It has been the centre of all the great public occasions which the City has witnessed for thirty years.

Years have come and gone, new hotels have niultiplied with innovations and features introduced to affect and influence patronage, but the Fifth Avenue is as new and fresh as the most recent hotel construction with more liberal accommodations than any of them, and its well-earned reputation as the leading hotel of the world is more and more assured.

-King's Handbook of the United States.

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