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NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
This Company is an Independent Corporation, and
has no connection with any Combinations.
A BOOK FOR BUSINESS MEN.
By WILLIAM J. CLARK.
With 8 Maps, 7 Plans of Cities, and 40 Full-page Illustrations, and a Commercial
LARGE 8V0, 514 pp., $4.00.
HIS is easily the best book on Cuba which has so far been published. It is not a mere compilation of other men's. ideas, but an entirely original work by a man of great ability.”— Philadelphia Evening Telegraph.
THOROUGHLY good and useful book. ( houses; of sugar and tobacco growing; and his We should not know where to find detailed description of each province and of within another pair of covers so much every city of size, together with a 'business and so carefully sifted information bearing on directory' for the whole island, make his book this subject. His painstaking account of the one of great value for reference as well as for railway and telegraph systems; of highways and practical guidance. Its accuracy is certainly of harbors; of rivers and water-supplies, and light- a high order."-New York Evening Post.
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 153-157 Fifth Ave N, Y
THE NATIONAL CITY BANK
OF NEW YORK.
JAMES STILLMAN, President. G. S. WHITSON, Cashier.
THE EQUIPMENT OF THE FOURTH
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
NATIONAL BANK OF THE CITY OF The National Exchange Bank
At the close of business, October 5, 1897.
NEW YORK CORNER NASSAU AND
RANGED FOR HANDLING MERCANTILE
$1,000,000 3,700,000 87,000,000
CHASE NATIONAL BANK, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CLEARING HOUSE BUILDING,
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
77-83 CEDAR STREET.
Officers: FRANK G. BIGELOW, President; WM. BIGELOW, Vice-President; FRANK J. KIPP, Cashier; T. E. CAMP, Asst Cashier; F. E. KRUEGER, 2d Ass't Cashier.
Business and Personal Accounts Invited.
CHARLES H. FANCHER, President.
CHARLES F. MATTLAGE, V.-Pres. JAMES DENNISON, Cashier. COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
JOHN R. WATERS, 2d Vice-Pres. BENJ. F. WERNER, A. C'r.
GREENWICH ST., COR. WARREN, N. Y.
DIRECTORS-CHAS. RAY, President; J. H. Van Dyke, G. D. Van Dyke; Grant Fitch, Cashier J. W. P. Lombard, Vice-President; Sam'l;M. Green, Jacob E. Friend.
JAMES H. ECKELS, President.
Manhattan Trust Co.,
Wall Street, corner Nassau, New York.
Capital and Surplus, $1,500,000.
OHN 1. WATERBURY, President.
Amos T. FRENCH, Charles H. SMITH, Secretary.
W. NORTH Duane, Treasurer.
New York, MANHATTAN TRUST COMPANY is a Legal Depository for Court and Trust Funds and General Deposits. Interest paid on balances subject to cheque at sight through the New York Clearing House, and higher rates allowed upon deposits payable at specified dates or subject to notice.
The Company is authorized to act as Administrator, Executor, Guardian, and Receiver; as Fiscal Agent for the payment of Bonds, Coupons, Dividends, etc., of States, Municipalities, Railroads, and other Corporations; as Trustee under Mortgages or Deeds of Trust securing issues of bonds, and as Registrar and Transfer Agent of the Stocks and Bonds of Incorporated Companies; as Trustee of Estates and Individuals; and for the transaction of all such business exceptional facilities are offered.
Acts as Financial Agent for States, Cities, Towns, Railroads, and other Corporations. Transacts a general trust business. · Lends money on approved security. Allows interest on special deposits. Acts as Trustee under Mortgages, Assignments, and Deeds of Trust, as Agent for the Transfer or Registration of Stocks and Bonds, and for the payment of coupons, interest, and dividends.