TOL. I. NO. 27.
MILBUK]S\ N. J., WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1886.
$l.«0 PER TEAR.
SINGLE COPT 30
A GOOD STATEMENT.
THE UNITED STATES
05" THE CITY OF NEW YORK,"
Presents to the Public the following
Statement of its affairs Decem-
ber 31, 1885.
Losses paid since •January 1, 1885
Number of losses paid since Jan. 1, '85 1,630
Cash in hand, in "banks and. trust com-
panies, and other assets
Death losses due and unpaid
"Weekly indemnity due and unpaid
Losses paid since incorpora-
Insurance in force
$5000 Accident Insurance,
§25 Weekly Indemnity,
at an annual cost of about $13,
In Preferred Occupations,
or, $10,000 Accident Insurance,
$50 "Weekly Indemnity,
at about $26 per annum.
Membership Pee in.each Division $5.
This Association has savtd to its mem-
•beis this year alone at least $300,000 in
premiums,- as compared "with the cost of
similar insurance elsewhere.
The United States
Mutual Accident Association
320 and 322 Broadway, N. Y.
Charles B. Pect,
James K. Pitcher,
J6TWrite for Circular and Applica-
MRS. I K. BRAYMAN,
SEGAES, TOBACCO, PIPES, &c.
DAILY, WEEKLY AND SUNDAY
&Sg-LoveU'H aud other Lti)raries.'e@&
MILEUSN, N. J.
T c . McCHESNEY,
A Fall line of Spectacles and Eyeglasso» to rait
Watcies ana Clocks repaired ana -warrKited.
Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles repaired.
TABLETS AND PADS,
BIRTHDAY CAEDS, &c
Milbiirn, N. Jj
C. H. Roll,
By the Barrel or Cord.
Egg, Stove and Chestnut
BY THE SINGLE TON, CAB OB CAEGO.
SECOND DOOR FROM DEPOT,
FLOTJE, PEG-VISIONS, &c.
Milburn, N. J.
JOHN LOiNEEGAN, Prop.
Horse Shoeing and