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Entered at the New York Postolice as Second-class Matter.

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TOR CONTENTS AND INDEX, SEE PAGES 342 TO 349.

THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION,

NEW-YORK.

OF THE CITY OF NEW-YORK.

UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.

Statement compiled from the Report to the Comptroller of the

Currency, at the close of business September 30th, 1892.

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RESOURCES: LOANS AND DISCOUNTS,

$10,291,559 86 UNITED STATES BONDS,

450,000 00 OTHER STOCKS AND BONDS,

72,192 60 PREMIUM

40,000 00 BANK BUILDING,

700,000 00 OTHER REAL ESTATE,

86,000 00 CASH,

$3,488,809 00 " EXCHANGE (Due from Banks), 1,156,718 71 4,645,527 71

$16,285,280 17 LIABILITIES: CAPITAL STOCK,

$2,000,000 00 SURPLUS FUND' AND PROFITS,

581,353 91 CIRCULATION,

225,000 00 DEPOSITS,

13,478,926 26 $16,285,280 17

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This Bank will be pleased to receive the accounts of mercantile.firms; :individuals, banks and corporations.

WILLIAM L. STRONG, President.

EDWIN LANGDON, Vice-President. c.'s.' YOUNG, Cashier:

L. S. LEE, Ass't Casbier. DIRECTORS:

WILLIAM A. WHEELOCK,
WILLIAM M. BLISS,

JAMES H. DUNHAM,
SIMON BERNHEIMER,

EDWIN LANGDON,
JAMES W. SMITH,

WOODBURY LANGDON,
WILLIAM L. STRONG,

JOHN CLAFLIN.
EDWARD C. SAMPSON.

JOHN A. McCALL.

THE BARBER ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY Has been engaged during the last Fifteen Years in Laying Pavements of Genuine

TRINIDAD LAKE ASPHALT, The extent of which is now more than SIX MILLION, FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND SQUARE YARDS, covering a length of over FIVE HUNDRED MILES,

IN THIRTY-THREE CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES.

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And since to the extent of 408,286 square yards upon the Boulevard, Vanderbilt Avenue, Madison Avenue, Park Avenue, Fifth Avenue, West End Avenue, Pleasant Avenue, Second Avenue, Division St., Broome St., Wall St.,

William St., Hanover St., Exchange Place, and

SEVENTY-THREE OTHER STREETS in various sections of N. Y. City, equivalent to 30 Miles of roadway 25 feet wide.

These streets comprise heavy traffic, medium traffic and light traffic, On all of the the pavement is DURABLE, SMOOTH, CLEAN, NOISELESS, SAFE and IN FIRST CLASS CONDITION.

A. L. BARBER, Chairman. F. V. GREENE, President. J. C. ROCK, Secretary

D. 0. WICKHAM, Treasurer. F. J. BRISTOL., Asst. Secretary.

FOR PLANS AND ESTIMATES APPLY TO The Barber Asphalt Paving Co., Washington Building, No. 1 Broadway, New-York.

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