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Pigeons, homing..

.343 | Receipts and expenditures, U. S. . 124, 125
Planets, when brightest.

3 Reciprocity with Cuba.

.84, 85
Situation of ..

3
Religion

.253-259
Meridian passage, 1904.

8

Baptist societies and officers... 256, 257
Conjunctions of...

10
Christian Endeavor Society

258
Occultations of..

8
Church days....

7
Polaris, time of greatest elongation., 5
Azimuth, table of..

Congregational societies and officers. 257
Platforms, national, 1900,

145--159

Episcopal sees and bishops, Protest-

ant
Platforms, State, 1903.
.163-168

.253, 254
Lutheran Church Council.

257
Politics: Anti-Imperialists, platform Methodist Episcopal bishops,

socie-
and candidates, 1900.
157, 158 ties, etc.....

254, 255
Democratic committees.

.160-162

Presbyterian societies and officers..
Democratic national platform and

255, 256
candidates, 1900...

..148-151

Roman Catholic hierarchy (U. S.)... 259
Farmers' Alliance and Industrial

Statistics of denominations in U. S..253
Union : National platform, 1900.156, 157 Young Men's Christian Association.
National parties: Platforms and or

257-258
ganizations

.145-168 Representation in Congress, ratio of..132
National Sound Money League......162 Representatives in Congress.

71
People's Party (Fusion) committees. . 161 Apportionment by States..

132
People's Party (Fusion) national plat- Popular vote for 1900, 1902.

136
form and candidates, 1900....152, 153 Republican National and other com-
Platforms of States..

...163-168

mittees,
Populist (Anti-Fusion) committee...161

. 160, 162, 379
Republican national platform

and
Populist (Middle of the Road) plat- candidates, 1900.
form and candidates, 1900...

.145, 148
153
Prohibition national

Republican State platforms, 1903, .163, 168
platform and
Revenue cutter service.

50
candidates, 1900..

153-155
Prohibition national committee..

Rhode Island: General information. 242-244
Election tables...

223
Republican committees.

.160-162

Military forces.
Republican

38
national platform and
Party platforms, 1903

169
candidates, 1900.

.145-148
State officials.

240
Silver Republican national platform

Rhodes Oxford scholarships.

273
and candidates, 1900..

151, 152
Social Democratic platform, 1900.155, 156

Richmond County, vote of 1903....369, 370

Rifle and revolver shooting.
Socialist Labor committee.

.334
162

Roman Catholic hierarchy (U. S.). 259
Socialist Labor national platform

Rowing
and candidates, 1900.

.346
.156 Savings banks.
Socialist committee..

.114
161
Third Party national platform and

Seagoing vessels, dimensions, records,
candidates, 1900..

etc.
158, 159

. 303, 304
Seasons

3
Union Reform national platform and Senate, U. S.: Election of members. 250-252
candidates, 1900..

159

Members of.
United Christian national

70, 71
platform
Senate of New Jersey

217
and candidates, 1900.

159

Senate of New-York.
United Christian committee.
.162

.309, 310
Vote at Presidential elections..

Silver: Coinage of U. S. mints.

115
133-135
Vote for President: Popular.

Coinage of nations.

292, 293
134
Vote for President: Electoral.

Production in United States. 128, 129
133
Value of coins..

.116
Polo

333
World's production

128, 129
Pool

.344

Silver Republican national
Population of cities.
104-110

platform
and candidates, 1900..

151, 152
Population of States, etc., 1800, 1900.. Skating

..343
242, 243 Social Democratic platform, 1900., 155, 156
Populist national committee

161

Socialist Labor: National officers. ..162
Populist (Middle of the Road)

plat-

National platform and candidates,
form_and candidates, 1900.

153
1900

156
Porto Rico...

. 141, 142

Socialist party: National committee..161
Postal laws and rates.

90-92
Postal scandals..

Societies: American learned.
.351, 352

.284-287
Presbyterian societies and officers. 255, 256

Leading fraternal..

.287-291

Masonic order.
President:

282, 283

Patriotic
Vote for each President since 1789..133

.274-281
Vote for President, popular....133, 134

Soldiers' homes

.38, 39
Vote for President, electoral.

Sound Money League: Officers.

162
. 135

South Carolina: General information..
Presidential succession law.
29

242-244
Presidents and Cabinets, 1789–1903.138-141 Election tables..

224
Products and industries, U, S....125, 126 Military forces.

38
Progress in science..
.371-373 State officials..

.240
Prohibition, National Committee.. .161 South Dakota: General information. 242-244
National platform and candidates,

Election tables..

224, 225
1900
153-155 Military forces.

39
Qualifications for voters.
.247, 248 State officials.

240
Queens County vote, 1903. .368, 369 Sports: Athletics.

335, 336
Racquets and court tennis
332 Athletics

333, 336
Railroad accidents.
122 Automobiles

.337
Railway mileage...
130, 131 Baseball

327-330
Railway stocks
..374 Basket ball.

339
Rainfall and temperature (U. S.). ..102 Bicycling

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Billiards
.344 Civil service

89, 90
Bowling

342

Congress: Acts and resolutions.. .74 44
Boxing

.334, 335
Appropriations

88
Chess

.345, 346
Members of

70-74
Cricket

.333, 334
Treaties ratified

84-87
Croquet-Roque
332 Consular service

56-63
English Derby winners.
.312 Constitution

23-29
Fencing
.316 Copyright

100-101
Football
330 331 Diplomatic service

.53, 54
(iame laws.

.350, 351
District attorneys

.68, 69
Colt

.332. 333 Electoral apportionment and vote. 132-135
Handball
.339 Executive departments

50-33
Hockey

.311 Executive officers, 1789-1903.. 138-141
Horse racing.

.310-342 Expenditures and receipts 124, 125
Lacrosse
.333 Exports and imports..

....119-122
Lawn tennis.

.331-332 Financial, industrial and commercial
Pacing
.312 statistics

.111-131
Pigeons: Homing.

.343 Foreign embassies and legations in. 51, 55
Polo
.333 Imports and exports

119-122
Pool

.344
Indian service

. 102
Racquets and court tennis.
.332 Insular dependencies

.141-141
Rifle and revolver shooting

.334

Internal revenue statistics. .117-119
Rowing
.346 Judiciary and courts..

.67-69. 137
Skating
.343 Labor laws

99, 100
Swimming
.316 Marine corps

45
Trotting
.341 Marshals

63
Yachting
347-349 Military Academy

39
States: General information.... 242-244 Militia

38
Banks

. 115
Naturalization laws

92, 93
Elections
169-234 Naval Academy

.51, 52
Governments

23-4-211
Navy

.42-52
Holidays

249-250 Oficials, principal executive. 30-33
Interest laws, etc.
.248 Passport regulations.

96, 97
Marriage and divorce laws. 215-247 Patent office statistics.

.95, 96
Platforms, 1903...
163-168 Trade, foreign

119-122
Qualifications for suffrage
217 Trade-mark laws

.97, 98
U. S. Senators elected, 1903. 250-252 Senators elected, 1903.

70, 71
Statutes of limitation..
248 Soldiers' homes

.38, 39
Stars, brightest, epoch 1901.

6
Pension laws and expenditures.

.93-93
Strikes and lockouts
131 Population tables

103-110
Supreme Court, U. S..
67 Postal laws and rates.

90-92
Justices, 1789-1903.
...137 Products and industries.

125, 126
Swimming

.346 Representatives in Congress. 71-73
Tennessee: General information.. 242-244

Revenue cutter service

50
Election tables.

225, 226

Wars,
troops in

52
Military forces.

38
Weather Bureau

101, 102
State officials.
240 Utah: General information.

242-244
Texas: General information.

242-244
Election tables

228, 229
Election tables..

226-228
Military forces

.33
Military forces.

38

State oficials
State officials.

.240

Vermont: General information.. .242-244
Third Party, national platform and

Election tables

220
candidates, 1900.
158, 153 Military forces

33
Tide tables..

9
State officials

241
Trademark laws.

.97-98 Virginia: General information. .242-241
Trade of principal countries.

Election tables..

229. 230
Trade of the United States, foreign.. Military forces

38
Treasury: U. S.:

State officials

211
(irculation statements.
.113, 114 Wars of the United States.

32
Debt statement

.111, 112 Washington: General information.. 242-241
Internal revenue receipts.
117-119 Election tables

231
Moneys of circulation.
117 Military forces

38
Paper currency outstanding
116 State officials

.211
Treaties: Alaska boundary
85, 86 Weather Bureau forecasts.

101,-102
Cuban commercial

.84, 85 West Virginia: General information. 242-241
Isthmian Canal with : Colombia.
87 Election tables

.231, 232
Isthmian Canal with Panama...301, 302 Military forces.

38
Tribune Fresh Air fund..
.306 State officials

.241
Trotting

341 Wisconsin: General information, 242-24+
Tuttila and Manua.
.144 Election tables

232, 233
Universities and colleges.
260-272 Military forces

39
United Christian, national committee..162 State officials

241
United Christian, national platform and

Woman suffrage

244
candidates, · 1900..
159) World's Fair at St. Louis.

305, 306
University Extension

.273 Wyoming: General information. .242-214
Union Reform: National platform and Election tables

233
candidates, 1900..
159 Military forces

38
toited States: Army.
.33-41 State officials

.241
Bankruptcy law
.98-99 Yachting

347 349
Census statistics

103-110 Young Men's Christian Association. 257, 258

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

NOTE.--When answering advertisements please mention Tribune Almanac.

COVER PAGES.
NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY...
THE COMMUNIPAU COAL COMPANY...
R. HOE & CO. (Patent Chisel Tooth Saws).
THE NATIONAL PARK BANK.......

Second Cover Page

Third Cover Page
........... Third Cover Page
d......... Fourth Cover Page

PINK PAGES.
THORBURN. J. M., & CO. (Seeds).

First Pink Page
DEVOE, F. W., & RAYNOLDS, C. T., CO. (Paints, Varnishes, Artists'
Materials)

.Second Pink Page
MORRILL, GEO. H., CO. (Printing Inks)

Third Pink Page
INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD COMPANY.

.Fourth Pink Page
MAST, P. P., & CO. (Drills and Cultivators)

.Fifth Pink Page
RANSOME GAS MACHINE COMPANY.

.Fifth Pink Page
O. L. CHASE MERCANTILE COMPANY (Rubber Tires).

....Sixth Pink Page
UNITED STATES BUGGY AND CART COMPANY.

..Sixth Pink Page
ROSENTHAL - CORN HUSKER COMPANY.

..Sixth Pink Page
BRILLIANT GAS LAMP COMPANY.

Seventh Pink Page
NEW-YORK AND LONDON ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION (Deafness Cured).

Seventh Pink Page
KESSLER, GEO. A., & CO. (Möet & Chandon Wines)...

..Eighth Pink Page

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NATIONAL PARK BANK, THE.

386
Finsr NATIONAL BANK.

387
NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH AMERICA, THE....

388
GALLATIN NATIONAL BANK..

389
IMPORTERS AND TRADERS' NATIONAL BANK...

390
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK...

391
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK, THE.

392
NATIONAL BUTCHERS' AND DROVERS' BANK.

393
NATIONAL CITIZENS BANK, THE.

394
THIRTY-FOURTH-ST. NATIONAL BANK, THE..

395
CONSOLIDATED NATIONAL BANK..

396
STATE BANK, THE.....

397
MOUNT MORRIS BANK,

398
COLUMBIA BANK......

399
THE PLAZA BANK.

400
THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THD UNITED STATES.

401
UNDDRWOOD TYPEWRITER COMPANY.

402
AMERICAN SEEDING MACHINE COMPANY.

403
RAYNOR & PERKINS ENVELOPE COMPANY

403
COOPER, CHAS., & CO. (Chemists).

403
SCHNOTER. J. C., CO. (Shoulder Brace)

404
LOUGHRAN, J. J. (Contractor).

404
NEOSTYLE ENVELOPE COMPANY..

404
SELLEW, T. G. (Desks)..

405
HOFFM N, GEORGE WILLIAM (Polishing and Cleaning Powder).

405
FLEISCHMANN (Yeast)

405
ALBERS, WILLIAM F. (Blank Books)

405
LONGMAN'S SONS, R. (“'Old Gold and Silver'').

405
THE SAFETY CAR HEATING AND LIGHTING COMPANY

406
STALLMAN, F. A. (Dresser Trunk).

406
PIERCE ENGINE COMPANY (Vapor Launches).

406
MERRIAM, EDW. J., CO. (Paper Dealers).

407
FULLER'S NEW-YORK DETECTIVE BUP.EAU.

407
WEIL, SAMUEL & SON (Patent Paste and Sizing).

407
THE OMNIGRAPH MANUFACTURING COMPANY

407
MRS. WINSLOW (Soothing Syrup)....

407
PACH BROS. (Photographers).

407
TRIBUNE FINANCIAL DIRECTORY.

.408-415
ORITTENTON CO.. CHAS. N., THE ("Glenn's Sulphur Soap"').

416
DIIN, R. G., & Co. (Mercantile Agency).

416
THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE.

416

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INo. 891.)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF

THE NATIONAL PARK BANK,

At New York City, in the State of New York, at the close of business Nov. 17th, 1903:

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts..

.$50,218,532 60 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.

65,576 11 U. S. bonds to secure circulation..

2,900,000 00 Bonds to secure U. S. deposits.

3,648,000 00 Premiums on U. S. bonds...

223,063 75 Stocks, securities, etc.......

689,530 83 Banking-house, furniture and fixtures.

1,779,157 62 Due from national banks (not reserve agents)

4,776,812 99 Due from State banks and bankers...

397,571 21 Checks and other cash items.

412,026 63 Exchanges for clearing-house.

6,458,637 92 Notes of other national banks.

43,000 00 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz. : Specie

.$11, 788,323 32 Legal-tender notes

3,314,984 00

15,103,313 32 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent. of circulation).

145, 000 00 Due from U. S. Treasurer, other than 5 per cent. redemption fund.

63,000 00 Total

.$85,923,272 98 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.

$3,000,000 00 Surplus fund

5,000,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

1,926,953 18 National bank notes outstanding.

2,593,200 00 Due to other national banks..

.$23, 791,502 33 Due to State banks and bankers.

8,474,552 48 Due to trust companies and savings banks.

7,103,815 69 Dividends unpaid

656 00 Individual deposits subject to check

26,028,658 25 Demand certificates of deposit...

309,225 47 Certified checks

1,159,806 18 Cashier's checks outstanding.

593,718 99

67,461,935 39 United States deposits.

3,000,000 00 Tax reserve

49,184 41 Pond loan account.

2,592,000 00 Total

$85,923, 272 98 State of New York, County of New York, ss.:

I, GEO. S. HICKOK, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

GEO, S. HICKOK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of November, 1903.

WM. E. DOUGLAS, Notary Public, Kings Co.

Certificate filed in N. Y. Co. Correct- Attest:

CORNELIUS VANDERBILT,
RICHARD DELAFIELD, Directors.

JOHN E. BORNE,

OFFICERS.

RICHARD DELAFIELD, President.
STUYVESANT FISH,
ALBERT H. WIGGIN,

GILBERT G. THORNE,
Vice-President.
Vice-President.

Vice-President.
GEORGE S. HICKOK,

EDWARD J. BALDWIN,
Cashier.

Assistant Cashier.
WILLIAM O. JONES,

JOHN C. VAN CLEAF,
Assistant Cashier,

Assistant Casaier.
FRED'K 0. FOXCROFT,

WILLIAM A. MAIN,
Assistant Cashier,

Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS,
JOSEPH T. MOORE,

FRANCIS R. APPLETON,
STUYVESANT FISH,

JOHN JACOB ASTOR,
GEORGE S. HART,

GEORGE S. HICKOK,
CHARLES SCRIBNER,

GEORGE FRED'K VIETOR,
EDWARD C. HOYT,

ALBERT H. WIGGIN,
W. ROCKHILL POTTS,

CORNELIUS VANDERBILT,
AUGUST BELMONT,

ISAAC GUGGENHEIM
RICHARD DELAFIELD,

JOHN E. BORNE.

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(No. 29.)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE

FIRST NATIONAL BANK,

at New York City, in the State of New York, at the close of business,

November 17 h, 1903.

RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts..

$32, 480,678 47 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured..

323 38 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation..

3,704,000 09 U. S. Bonds to secure U. S. Deposits.

400,000 0. U. S. Bonds on hand.....

104,340 0 Premiums on U. 9. Bonds.

91,364 67 Stocks, securities, etc....

37.948,319 73 Banking House....

1,600 000 00 State and Municipal Bonds to secure U, S. Deposits.

3,050,000 00 Due from National Banks (not reserve agents).

$1,234,536 35 Due from State Banks and Bankers..

85,235 82 Checks and other cash items..

891,473 25 Exchanges for Clearing House.

5,406,579 00 Notes of other National Banks.,

8,869 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents.

159 75 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz. : Specie

11,510,597 00 Legal Tender Notes.....

1,418,000 00

20,555,440 07 Redemption fund with U. 9. Treasurer (5% of circulation)..

435,200 00 Due from U. S. Treasurer, other than 5% Redemption Fund.

23, 136 74 Total

$105.452.803 06 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in..

$10.000.000 00 Surplus Fund.

10,0,00 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

3,501,384 61 National Bank Notes outstanding.

8,641,597 50 Due to other National Banks...

• $25,404,149 68 Due to State Banks and Bankerg.

1.997,443 16 Due to Trust Companies and Savings Banks.

8,365,969 31 Dividends unpaid...

1,370 00 Individual deposits subject to check..

25,347.892 22 Demand Certificate of Deposit.

9.837 27 Certified checks...

1,793 SOO 51 Cashier's checks outstanding..

1.037.3 8 80 United States deposits....

2,678.000 00

66,625,820 95 United States Bonds borrowed.

3 024 00 00 State and Municipal Bonds borrowed..

3,050,000 00 Total

$105,452,803 06 State of New York, County of New York. ss. :

I, GEORGE F. BAKER, Jr., Acting Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and bellet.

GEO. F. BAKER, Jr., Acting Cashler. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23d day of November, 1903.

THOS. S. WILLIAM9, Notary Public, Correct-Attest:

JAS. J. HILL,
H. C. FAHNESTOCK, Directors

FRANCIS L. HINE,
OFFICERS.

GEO. F. BAKER, President.
H. C, FAHNESTOCK, V. Prest.

FRANCIS L TINE, V. Prest.
H, P. DAVISON,

V. Prest.
C. D. BACKUS,

Cashier.
W. G. SNOW, Asst. Cashier.

H. FAHNESTOCK, Asst. Cashier.
GEO. F. BAKER, Jr., Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
GEO. F. BAKER.

JAMES A. BLAIR.
HARRIS C. FAHNESTOCK.

JOHN J. MITCHELL
FRANCIS L. HINE.

JOHN A. M'CALL.
J. PIERPONT MORGAN.

WILLIAM H. MOORE.
D. WILLIS JAMES.

FISHER A. BAKER.
JAMES J. HILL.

HENRY P. DAVISON.

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