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NEW YORK HOTEL, ,
(OCCUPYING THE WHOLE BLOCK,)
Between Washington Place and Waverly Place,
And all the modifications which the public taste has undergone, and all the material improvements that have been made during the last ten years, this farorite House has continued to maintain its reputation, as occupying the highest rank among American Hotels.
Its situation combines many advantages both for strangers visiting the city, and for citizens occupied in business, and wishing to avoid the annoy. ances of housekeeping.
The Astor and Mercantile Libraries, and the Cooper Institute, are in the immediate vicinity of the Hotel; on the other side, the University of New York, Washington Parade Ground, and the Fifth Avenue are equally convenient.
The table is always supplied with every luxury which one of the richess markets in the world can afford. In short, no pains nor expense are spared by the undersigned to contribute to the comfort of their guests, and at the same time make them feel perfectly at home, without the apprehension that they will be required to conform to any needless "regulations."
That these various advantages are appreciated by our patrons is sufficiently proved by the fact that there are several families now at the New York Hotel, who have boarded at it for periods varying from seven to fifteen years.
Although few first-class hotels in the world enjoy a larger patronage than the NEW YORK, the proprietors always manage reserve a few superior suites of rooms for families or individuals requiring special accommodations; otherwise it would be useless to make any announcement like the present.
D. M. HILDRETH & CO.,
ASSETS, JANUARY 1, 1869. Cash in hand and Bank.
..$592,629 57 Real Estate...
253,319 14 Mortgage Bond.
894,700 00 Bank Stock..
.1,307,330 00 United States, State and City Stock, and other Public Securities.
.2,102,953 00 Total...
T. O. ENDERS,
GURDON W. RUSSELL,
Dan'l W. NORTON,
ROBERT E. DAY.
AUSTIN DUNHAM, Vice-President. T. O. ENDERS, Secretary.
H. W. ST. JOHN, Actuary.
NEW YORK OFFICE,
L. MORTON, General Agent. SAMUEL B. RAYMOND, General Agent,
Western Branch Office, Chicago, III.
C. H. BRUSH, Agent and Manager,
$400,000 Cash Capital and Surplus, over $700,000
This Company continues to insure Merchandise, Stores, Dwellings, Household Furniture, Ships in Port and their Cargoes, Rents, Leases, and other insurable property against loss or damage by fire, upon the most reasonable terms compatible with safety.
LOSSES Have been paid by the Company since its organization, to Policy
Holders, amounting in the aggregate to over
ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL Towns IN THE UNITED STATES.
Eastern Agency Department,
THOMAS JAMES, Actuary. Western and Southern Agency Department, “ The Underwriters' Agency,"
A. STODDARD, General Agent.
Dividend to Policy-holders, 50 per cent.
INSURERS IN THE NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
All Policies non-forfeiting on principle of Massachusetts non-forfeiture Law.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
S. M, BEARD,
OFFICERS. EDWARD A. JONES, President. JONATHAN 0. HALSEY, Vice-Pres'
JOHN A. MORTIMER, Secretary. JOHN C. DIMMICK, Attorney and Coupscl. HIRIM B. WHITE, M. D, Medical Examiner. Residenc., No. 5 Groen Avenuo, cear Fulton
avenue, Brooklyo.-At omce daily from 2 to 3 o'clock P. M.
CALL OR SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
Continental Life Insurance Company
Office, No. 26 Nassau Street, corner of Cedar.
NO NOTES REQUIRED.
THIRTY DAYS' GRACE ALLOWED IN PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS.
INSURED MAY TRAVEL IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD
WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.
.12,600 $2,300,000 40 per cent.