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Balance Sheet.

Cr,

To Reserve at four per cent.. $95,571,877 00 * Claims by death not yet due.

908,635 00 " Premiums paid in advance..

22.794 35 Agents' Balances...

8,479 56 “ Surplus and Contingent Guarantee Fund....

4,636,462 34

By Bonds Secured by Mortgages on
Real Estate...

$46, 303,472 34 ** United States and other Bonds.. 25,279,040 00 " Loans on Collaterals. ...

15.037.910 00 " Real Estate.....

8,633,971 89 Cash in Banks and Trust Companies at interest.....

3.493,249 63 “ Interest accrued.

1,3to, 588 23 " Premiums deferred, quarterly and

semi-annual..
“ Premiums in transit, principally
for December ...

140,786 48

1,039,229 68

$101, 148, 248 25

$101,148,248 25

NOTE.-If the New York Standard of four and a half per cent Interest be used, the Surplus is over $12,000,000.

From the Surplus, as appears in the Balance Sheet, a dividend will be apportioned to each participating Policy which shall be in force at its anniversary in 1884. THE PREMIUM RATES CHARGED FOR INSURANCE IN THIS COMPANY WERE REDUCED IN 1879 ABOUT 15 PER CENT

ON ORDINARY LIFE POLICIES. Assets...

.$101,148,248 25 New York, January 18, r884.

FREDERICK S. WINSTON,
SAMUEL E. SPROULLS,
LUCIUS ROBINSON,
SAMUEL D. BABCOCK,
HENRY A. SMYTHE,
GEORGE S. Coe,
JOHN E. DEVELIN,
SEYMOUR L. HUSTED,
OLIVER H. PALMER,

BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
RICHARD A. McCURDY, OLIVER HARRIMAN,
JAMES C. HOLDEN. THOMAS DICKSON,
HERMANN C. VON Post, HENRY W. SMITH,
GEORGE C. RICHARDSON, John H. SHERWOOD,
ALEXANDER H. RICE, GEORGE H. ANDREWS,
WILLIAM F. BABCOCK, ROBERT OLYPHANT,
F. RATCHFORD STARR, GEORGE F. BAKER,
Frederick H. CossITT, BENJ. B. SHERMAN.
Lewis MAY,

Jos. THOMPSON,

DUDLEY OLCOTT,
ANSON STAGER,
FREDERIC CROMWBLL,
JULIEN T. DAVIES,
ROBERT SEWELL,
WM. BAYARD CUTTING,
S. VAN RENSSELAER CRUGER,
CHARLES R. HENDERSON,
GEORGE BLISS.

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The Largest and Best-appointed School of Music, Literature and Art in the World.

MUSIC Is taught in all its departments, Instrumental and Vocal, including Pianoforte, Organ, Violin, and all Orchestral and Band Instruments, Voice Culture and Singing, Harmony, Theory and Orchestration, Church Music, Oratorio and Chorus Practice, Art of Conducting ; also, Tuving and Repairing Pianos and Organs. All under the very best teachers, in classes and private. There have been more than 1900 different students in attendance the present school year.

ART DEPARTMENT. Drawing, Painting, and Modeling from Casts and from Nature, in Crayon, Water, and Oil Colors ; Portraiture and China Decorating with some of the best artists in the country. In classes and private. There have been 125 Students in attendance in this department in a single term.

ENGLISH LITERATURE. Common and Higher Branches, Elocution and Dramatic Action, Modern Languages : German, French, Italian, and Spanish, with the best native and foreign professors. Students can here pursue their literary studies in connection with music, thus acquiring that higher and broader culture which is now required of professors of music. * Send for new Calendar, beautifully illustrated, free.

THE NEW HOME Is located in the heart of Boston, confessedly the Musical, Literary, and Artistic Centre of America. The beautiful Park in front, and the surrounding broad streets, make it both healthful and delightful. It is splendidly equipped for both Home and the Schools, surnishing Home Accommodations for 500 lady students, and Class Accomn.vdations for 3,000 lady and gentlemen students.

FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 4, 1884.
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$5 to $20 per term of ten weeks,
Board and Room Rent, Light, Heat, etc.,

$4.50 to $7.50 per week. E. TOURJEE, Director, Franklin Square, Boston.

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Portrait of Murillo.

Frontispiece.
A Glimpse of the Valley of Many Waters.

MRS. MARTHA J. LAMB. 193
ILLUSTRATIONS.-House built in 1859-Walla Walla Court House, 1881-Whitman Station, Scene
of the Massacre-Methodist Church, built 1879-The Farm of the present Decade-Grave of Dr. Whit-
man and his Murdered Associates-Whitman Seminary-The Cultivation of Fruit-The Cultivation of
Wheat-City Stores, Dr. John Harvey Day's Block-Public School Building, No. 34-A Walla Walla

Home-The Military Post.
Francisco José De Cáldas.

JOHN DIMITRY.
ILLUSTRATION.-Portrait of Caldas.
Early Connecticut Claims in Pennsylvania.

T. J. CHAPMAN, A.M. 234
Medical Department of the Revolution.

GEN. JOHN COCHRANE. 241
ILLUSTRATION.-Portrait of Dr. John Cochran.
One Phase in the Early History of Virginia.

Rev. J. Č. STOCKBRIDGE. 261
Something about Monhegan.

E. H. Goss. 266 Original Documents. Two Unpublished Letters from John' Adams to Elbridge Gerry

(1784-1785) Letter from Chief Justice John Marshall to George Washington, of Georgetown, in 1829.

275 Notes. Orasmus H. Marshall-William A. Whitehead-A Rare Autograph-Custer-The Study of History.

279 Queries. Murillo, his influence on American Art--Sir Joshua Reynolds' Family in America—Lafayette's March.

281 Replies.-Nine Partners - American Knighthood •Rosseau in Philadelphia - How did General Herkimer spell his name?

282 Book Notices Lal, by Dr. Hammond-Year-Book of Charleston-The Democratic Party,

by Patton—The Life of John Kalb, by Kapp-Memorial Tributes to Orlando Meads, LL.D.-Bulletin of the American Geographical Society-A Trip to Alaska, by Wardman-Archibald Malmaison, by Hawthorne.

286 Announcements. Mr. Moore's second article, “Did the Romans Colonize America ?

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