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The New YORK JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL BULLETIN enjoys the reputation of being the largest, most influential, and most complete daily business journal in the United States.

Its Editorial Discussions are accepted as high and impartial authority upon all questions connected with Commerce, Industry, Transportation, and Banking. It ranks among the foremost in the advocacy of Sound Money and Sound Methods of Finance ; and, whilst non-partisan in politics, is unalterably opposed to all forms of commercial oppression and to all industrial monopolies.

In its News Columns it gives all the day's intelligence bearing upon business affairs, in condensed form suitable for the busy reader. As a member of the Associated Press and assisted by a large staff of experienced Correspondents and Reporters, it has unrivaled facilities for performing this service.

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It can be legitimately claimed that the JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL BULLETIN is the largest and most thorough daily paper of its class in the World.

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MATTERS FOR SPECIAL REFERENCE IN

VOLUME II.

142

In almost all cases, from statistioal tables continued in Volume III, the earliest year will be found to have been omitted, and in many instances the tables have been considerably condensed. Innumerable minor statistical tables have been discontinued and new matter substituted. Among some of the larger items omitted are :

PAGES Immigration-United States, ten years ending 1895..... Army and Navy.....

149-152 Agricultuve, 1880-1890...

153 Public Lands of the United States.

154-158 Fisheries of the United States, by states and Territories-Persons Employed, Capital Invested, Value of Products, etc., etc.....

164 167 Tariff of 1894....

184-208 National Party Platforms-Republican Party.....

230-231 Democratic Party.

232-233. National Democratic Party.

233-234 Prohibition Party.....

234-235 National Party...

235 People's Party..

235-236 National Silver Party..

237 Shipping in the United States (various tables).....

238-241 Canal Navigation-Canals, Number, Dimensions, Cost, Construction, etc.

240-249 Revised International Rules at Sea.....

256-260 Railroads of the United States, 1895..

270-275 American Street Railways, 1896.

281-282 Canadian Banks, 1896......

341 British Co-operative Stores.

342-343 Coal Industry..

358 Iron and Steel Industry.

348-356 Woolen Industry......

371-379 British Textile Industries..

381-382 Official Monthly Crop Reports, 1896.

393-401 Commerce of the United States (various)...

402-434 Labor, Wages, and Strikes in the United States for 746 years, by Industries.

438 441 Wages'in Foreign countries... Insolvencies in Great Britain...

446 447 Record of Wall Street Events and Transactions in 1896.

448-458 Fire Insurance, The Textile Markets, The Sugar Trade, Coffee Trade, Tea Trade, Provision

Trade, Petroleum Trade, Copper Trade, Tin Trade, Lead Trade, Spelter Trade, Leather and Boot and Shoe Trade, Coal Trade........

458-490 Prices of Merchandise at New York, 1896 (130 articles).

503-533 World's Shipbuilding in 1896.....

528-529 Legal Decisions.....

537-586

442

FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

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