National Geographic : 1900 Feb
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE SOUTHERN RAILWAY GREATEST SOUTHERN SYSTEM. TO ALL POINTS SOUTH, SOUTHEAST, AND SOUTHWEST. 'Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars from New York and Washington to New Orleans, Memphis, Port Tampa, Jacksonville, Augusta, and Intermediate Points First-Class Day Coaches-Dining Car Service. Fast Trains for the SOUTH leave Washington Daily at 11.15 A. M., 6.35 P. M., 9.50 P. M., and 10.45 P. M. Through Tourist car on the 10.45 P. M. Train every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for Texas, Arizona, and California points, without change. Direct line to the Summer Resorts in Virginia and the Carolinas and the Winter Resorts of Florida, Gulf Coast, Texas, Mexico, and California. Direct Through Car Line to and from Asheville, Hot Springs, and other Western North Carolina points-" THE LAND OF THE SKY." The " New York and Florida Limited," the finest train in the world, leaves Washington at 6.35 P. M. daily except Sunday. Solid train to Florida. Dining Car Service. For Map Folders, Winter Homes Guide Book, and Book on "ASHEVILLE AND THEREABOUTS" write to A. S. THWEATT, Eastern Passenger Agent, 271 Broadway, New York, N. Y. J. C . HORTON, Passenger Agent, 201 E. Baltimore Street, Baltimcre, Md. L. S. BROWN, General Agent, 705 Fifteenth St. N. W., Washington, I). C . W. H. DOLL, Passenger Agent, Norfolk, Va. S. H. HARDWICK, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Atlanta, Ga. C. A. BENSCOTER, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Chattanooga, Tenn. W. H. TAYLOE, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. J. M. CULP, Traffic Manager. W. A. TURK, General Passenger Agent, WASHTINOTON. I). C . The Mutual Life Insurance Co. OF NEW YORK, RICHARD A. McCURDY, President, Is the Largest Insurance Company in the World. The Records of the Insurance Department of the State of New York SHOW THAT The Mutual Life Has a Larger Premium Income - - - ($39,000,000) More Insurance in Force - - - - - ($918,000,000) A Greater Amount of Assets - - - - ($235,000,000) A Larger Annual Interest Income - - - ($9,000,000) Writes More New Business - - - - ($136,000,000) And Pays More to Policy-holders - - ($25,000,000 in 1896) THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY. It has paid to Policy-holders since - - 7,005,195.29 its organization, in 1843, - - $437,005,195.29 ROBERT A. GRANNISS, Vice-President. WALTER R. GILLETTE, General Manager. FREDERIC CROMWELL, Treasurer. ISAAC F. LLOYD, Second Vice-President. EMORY McCLINTOCK, Actuary. WILLIAM I. EASTON, Secretary. Please mention this Magazine when writing to advertisers.