National Geographic : 1898 Aug
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE SOUTHERN RAILWAY GREATEST SOUTHERN SYSTEM. Penetrates with its main line or branches eight States South of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and in con junction with its friendly allied connections reaches all the commercial centers of the South and Southwest .. . DOUBLE DAILY VESTIBULED LIMITED TRAINS .. . BETWEEN .. . Washington, Memphis and Nashville via Salisbury, Asheville, Knox ville and Chattanooga. Washington and Tampa via Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville. Washington and Memphis via Atlanta, Birmingham and K. C. M. & B. Washington and New Orleans via Atlanta, Montgomery and Mobile. Norfolk and Chattanooga via Salisbury, Asheville and Knoxville. Pullman Sleeping Cars-Dining Cars-Day Coaches. Additional Trains for local travelers . . . . . . . The direct line to the FLORIDA, GULF COAST and TEXAS, Winter Resorts of . . .. MEXICO and CALIFORNIA, -A ND THE BEST Through Car Line to and from Asheville and Hot Springs-" The Land of the Sky." Wrlte for Map Folder. A. S. THWEATT, Eastern Passenger Agent, 271 Broadway, New York, N. Y. J. C . HORTON, Passenger Agent, 201 E. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md. L. S. BROWN, General Agent, 705 Fifteenth St. N. W ., Washington, D. C. W. H. DOLL, Passenger Agent, Norfolk, Va. S. H . HARDWICK, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Atlanta, Ga. C. A . BKNSCOTER, 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. 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 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 J. EASTON, Secretary.