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Deposits received subject to Draft. Securities bought and sold on com-
mission. · Interest allowed on Deposits. Foreign Exchange.
Commercial Credits. Cable Transfers. Circular
Letters for Travelers, available in all

parts of the world.

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"The Best Accident Insurance in the World."

STEADY PROGRESS!

United States Casualty Company,

141 Broadway, New York. CASH CAPITAL,

$250,000 Deposited with the Insurance Department of the State

of New York for the Protection of all Policy.holders.

$300,000.

ASSETS:

SURPLUS TO POLICY-HOLDERS: January 1, 1897, $640,725.46 January 1, 1897,

$333,104.48 July 1, 1897,

725,573.44 July
1, 1897,

355,005.45
January 1, 1898,
793,755.07 January 1, 1898,

390,029.85 July 1, 1898, 866,386.18 July 1, 1898,

427,650.96 January 1, 1899, 922,059.01 January 1, 1899,

455,000.00 July 1, 1899, 969,082.06 July 1, 1899,

500,000.00 January}', 1900, 1,040,047.44 January 1, 1900,

555,000.00 July 1, 1900, - 1,121,925.79 July

1, 1900,

605,000.00 January 1, 1901, 1,168,173.90 January 1, 1901,

665,000.00 LOSSES PAID TO JANUARY 1, 1901,

$1,363,118.95.

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Prints, Pastes, Folds and Delivers from Ordinary Type Forms

6,000 4, 6, 7 or 8 Page Papers Per Hour
Without the Delays and Expense of

STEREOTYPING.

We have been using the Duplex press since August, 1892, and words cannot express the satisfaction it has given. The repairs during this time have been trifling. The saving in stereotyping is estimated at about $16,000.

London (Ont.) “FREE PRESS."

The Duplex press we bought of you in 1891 is now doing its tenth year of service for us, and during that time we have printed the "Gazette" on it every day. The press shows no evidence of wear, and is apparently as good as new. We cannot imagine any press more convenient and economical for papers of say up to 10,000 circulation. Cedar Rapids (Iowa) “GAZETTE."

We have had a Duplex press in continual use in the "Mirror" office for the past eight years, and it has given excellent satisfaction. We use each day numerous half-tone cuts, and have for years, and the typographical appearance of these cuts is very gratifying. A remarkable thing in connection with the use of your press is, that we have been compelled to expend hardly any money on it for repairs.

Manchester (N. H.) "MIRROR."

If we should express our full appreciation of the Duplex press, its splendid construction, its ability to print as handsome a paper as any office puts on the street, and the ease and accuracy with which the work is accomplished, it would appear that we, instead of its makers, bad the sale of the Duplex.

Newbury port (Mass.) “DAILY NEWS."

The Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin is printed on this machine.

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For Great Britain and Colonies, except CANADA, Address PRINTING MACHINERY CO., L't'd.,

LONDON, E. C., England.

Atlantic

Mutual Insurance Company,

Office, 49 and 51 Wall Street, New York.

Organized in 1842.

Insures against Marine and Inland Transportation Risks, and will Issue

Policies Making Loss Payable in England.

ASSETS OVER $10,000,000 FOR THE SECURITY OF ITS POLICIES.

The profits of the Company revert to the assured and are divided annually upon the premiums terminated during the year, thereby reducing the

cost of insurance.

For such dividends, certificates are issued bearing interest until ordered to be redeemed, in accordance with the Charter.

A. A. RAVEN, President.
F. A. PARSONS, Vice-President.
CORNELIUS ELDERT, 2d Vice-President.
THEO. P. JOHNSON, 3d Vice-President.
J. H. CHAPMAN, Secretary.

NOTICE.

The New YORK JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL BULLETIN enjoys the reputation of being the largest, most influential, and most complete daily business journal in the United States.

Its Editorial Discussions are accepted as high and impartial authority upon all questions connected with Commerce, Industry, Transportation, and Banking. It ranks among the foremost in the advocacy of Sound Money and Sound Methods of Finance ; and, whilst non-partisan in politics, is unalterably opposed to all forms of commercial oppression and to all industrial monopolies.

In its News Columns it gives all the day's intelligence bearing upon business affairs, in condensed form suitable for the busy reader. As a member of the Associated Press and assisted by a large staff of experienced Correspondents and Reporters, it has unrivaled facilities for performing this service.

In its Market Reports, accuracy, completeness, and promptness of information are the first essentials.

It can be legitimately claimed that the JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL BULLETIN is the largest and most thorough daily paper of its class in the World.

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, $12.00 PER ANNUM.

PUBLICATION OFFICES: 17 and 19 Beaver Street,

New YORK, U. S. A.

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