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Corporation, Limited, of London, England.
Cash Assets in the United States, Jan. 1st, 1892, $1,119,000.00 Net Surplus,
332,865.00 TRUSTEES IN THE UNITED STATES: OLIVER PEABODY,
WILLIAM A FRENCH.
UNITED STATES MANAGERS:
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY INSURANCE POLICIES ISSUED UPON
EDMUND DWIGHT, Jr., Gen. Agt
, for State of N. Y.,
No. 51 CEDAR STREET, N. Y.
METROPOLITAN TRUST COMPANY
OF THE CITY OF NEW-YORK.
Nos. 37 and 39 WALL STREET. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
$1,900,000. Designated by order of the Supreme Court as a legal depository. Will receive deposits of money on interest, act as fiscal or transfer agent, or trustee for corporations, and accept and execute any legal trusts from persons or corporations on as favorable terms as other similar companies. THOMAS HILLHOUSE, President. FREDERICK D. TAPPEN, Vice-President. CHAS. M. JESUP, 2d Vice-President. BEVERLY CHEW, Secretary.
GEORGE D. COANEY, Asst. Secretary.
JOIN T. TERRY,
D. O. MILLS,
FREDERICK D. TAPPEN,
HEBER R. BISHOP,
J. IIOWARD KING,
HENRY B. PLANT,
WILLIAM A. SLATER, J. W. ELLIS,
C. P. HUNTINGTON,
WM. H. TILLINGHAST,
GEO. HENRY WARREN.
Reports of the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals
REPORTED BY SAMUEL A. BLATCHFORD, of the New-York Bar, will be issued in volumes of from 650 to 750 pages, uniform with the official edition of the United States Reports, and edited on the same general plan as those reports, at
$3.00 PER VOLUME, Bound, Expense of Delivery Paid.
Subscriptions are for one year. Separate volumes are not sold at this price.
Subscribers to bound volumes of this series will be entitled to the advance parts without charge; they will be issued the ist and 15th of each month, and are only for temporary use. Each volume will contain the reports of only one Circuit; the name of the appropriate Circuit appearing on the back of each volume.
All of the Nine Circuits will be reported in full, giving the Records and Briefs in all important cases.
Box 1359. BANKS & BROS., NEW-YORK.
Wayland Trask & Co.
BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS,
18 Wall Street, New-York,
transact a regular banking business, including the purchase and sale on commission of securities dealt in at the New York
ALFRED N. RANKIN.
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FIDELITY AND CASUALTY CO.
140 TO 146 BROADWAY, N. Y. CITY.
Assets, $1,750,000.00. Surplus, $169,446.67.
Losses Paid, $3,350,000.00.
CASUALTY INSURANCE SPECIALTIES: Bonds of Suretyship for persons in positions of trust.
Personal Accident, Plate Glass, Boiler, Elevator, Employer's, Landlord's, and Common Carrier's Liability.
OFFICERS: GEO. F., SEWARD, President. ROBERT J. HILLAS, Secretary.
EDW'D L. SHAW, Ass't Secretary.
DIRECTORS: GEO.S. COE, Pres. Am. Es. Nat, Bank. H. A. HICRLBUT,
Retired Merchant. J. S. T. STRAXAHAX, Pres. Atlantic Dock Co. Jonx L. RIKER, of J, L. & D. S. Riker. ALEX. E. ORR,
of David Dows & Co. J. G. MCCULLOUGH, of N. Y., L. E. & W.R.R. G.G. WILLIAMS, Pres. Chemical Nat. Bank. Wu. G. LOW,
Coun sellor at Law. J ROGERS MAXWELL, Pres. C'. R. R. of N.J. THOMAS S. MORE, Counsellor at Law. A. B. HCLL, Retired Merchaut. GEO. F. SEWARD,
Telephone and Telegraph Co.,
NEW-YORK, Has located Public Pay Stations throughout the city-generally indicated by signs showing BLUE BELL--from which connection may be secured with Telephone subscribers in New-York, Brooklyn and other local and long distance points.
Satisfactory conversation can now be held with Chicago, Boston, Washington, and nearly all cities and towns.
of ordinary printing type, and with composition and distribution. Being operated by finger keys, like a typewriter, it casts type-bars or linotypes, each bearing, properly justified, the characters to print an entire line. These linotypes are assembled by the machine on a galley ready for immediate use on the press or stereotyping table. The speed of the machine is from 3,600 to 6,000 ems per hour, depending wholly upon the skill of the operator in fingering the keys. It is now in use in many newspaper oflices in America and Europe.
It reduces the cost of composition 60 per cent and upward, while permitting the operators to work reasonable hours and receive good wages, The following are some of the offices in which the machines are used: New-York Tribune,
New-York Staats-Zeitung, Toledo Commercial,
New Orleans Times Democrat, Cincinnati Commercial Gazette, Chicago Inter-Ocean, Memphis Appeal-Avalanche, Brooklyn Standard-Union, Providence Journal,
Toledo Bee. Cleveland Plain Dealer,
Canadian Government, St. Louis Star Sayings,
Leader, Edinburgh, Scotland, Mercury, Leeds, England.
Address Mergenthaler Linotype Co., Tribune Building, N. Y.