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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
No. 98 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK.
THIS COMPANY ISSUES POLICIES OF ALL KINDS UPON THE MOST
OLAIMS PROMPTLY SETTLED.
William F. Mott, Jr.,
Andrew V. Stout,
Abiel A. Low,
George A. Robbins,
Robert R. Willets,
James B. Johnston,'
CLEAYTON NEWBOLD, Vice-President. CYRUS CURTISS, President.
GEO. M. GRIGGS, General Agent for the State of Neu-York.
PE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY STATE.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW-YORK, OFFICE,
112 AND 114 BROADWAY. CASH CAPITAL,
$1,000,000. Assets, 1st Jan., 1860, $1,458,396 28. Liabilities,
THIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY
FIRE, ON FAVORABLE TERMS. LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID.
DIRECTORS: Cbarles J. Martin, Levi P. Stope,
Oliver E. Wood, William Sturgis, Jr. A. F. Willmarth, James Humphrey,
Alfred S. Barnes,
Jobu R. Ford, William G. Lambert, George Pearce,
Geo. T. Stedman, Cinn. Dapford N. Barney, James Lowe,
Levi P. Morton,
Cyrus Yale, Jr.,
William R. Fosdick,
F. H. Cossitt, William H. Mellen, Albert Jewitt,
Charles P. Baldwin, David I. Boyd, Albany,
Theodore McNamee, Henry A. Hurlbut, A. J. Wills,
W. H. Townsend,
CHARLES J. MARTIN, President. JOHN MCGEE, Secretary. A. F. WILLMARTH, Vice-President,
CLINTON HALL, Astor Place, New-York.
B. FRANK. PALMER, Surgeon - Artist to the Government Hospitals,
Has the honor to announce that, in order to supply the unexampled demand of the Army and Navy for the Arm and Leg, he has greatly increased his facilities at the NATIONAL STUDIO IN PHILADELPHIA, and opened capacious BRANCHES in New York and BOSTON,
THREE THOUSAND PALMER LIMBS Have been commenced, and the inventor will be enabled to adjust them at the rate of one hundred per month, if required. They will be provided for mutilated soldiers of very limited means at prime cost, and in extreme cases at less than cost-it being the design to supply all patriotic men who lose limbs in the country's service.
The PALMER LIMBS will be adjusted for persons in civil life on the usual terms. Nearly five thousand adjustments have been made, which furnish a criterion by which to judge of the merit of the inventions.
All persons having limbs furnished by PALMER & Co., or by any parson representing them, will in the future address the firm, or the inventor, when in want of duplicate limbs, or any other professional service.
CAUTION.-No other person (whether formerly in the firm, or in the employ of PALMER & Co.) has now the right to construct or repair the PATENT LIMBs for the Company in New-York. Inquire for (or address) the inventor at the New OFFICE, on the ground-floor, CLINTON HALL,
PALMER & CO.
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