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(LIMITED),
Of Manchester, England.
J. N. LANE,

General Manager.

Statement of United States Branch, January ist, 1899.

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ASSETS.
United States Registered 4 per cent. bonds....
Union Pacific Railroad ist Mtge. Gold 4 per cent. bonds...
Pitts., Cin., Chic. & St. Louis Con. Mtge. 4 per cent, bonds..
New York City Registered 3 per cent. bonds..
Manhattan Railway Con. Mtge. Gold 4 per cent. bonds.
West Shore ist Mtge. 4 per cent. bonds...
Louisville & Nashville and Mobile & Montgomery ist Mtge.

Gold 42 per cent. bonds..
Missouri, Kansas & Texas ist Mtge. Gold 4 per cent. bonds...
Central of Georgia Railway ist Mtge. Gold 5 per cent. bonds..
Chicago & Northwestern Railroad 4 per cent. bonds...
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul 4 per cent. bonds...
Brooklyn City & Newtown R.R. ist Mtge. 5 per cent. bonds..
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 5 per cent. bonds....
Chicago & Northwestern Debenture 5 per cent. bonds..
N. Y., L. E. & West. Coal & R.R. ist Mtge. 6 per cent. bonds.
Beech Creek Railroad ist Mtge. Gold 4 per cent. bonds.
State of Georgia 372 per cent. bonds...
Baltimore & Ohio Gold 5 per cent. bonds..
New York Central & Hudson River R.R. 5 per cent, bonds..

do. ist Mtge. Sterling 6 per cent. bonds..
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul 5 per cent. bonds....
Oregon Railway & Navigation Co. Gold 6 per cent. bonds....

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Cash in banks.....
Cash due by agents and companies.
Bond and mortgage on real estate in Oregon and New Mexico..
Accrued interest and other assets....

$2,084,178.00

143,498 60 352,197.79 60,000.00 13,954.41

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UNITED STATES MANAGEMENT :
NEW YORK OFFICE, 21 Nassau Street (Equitable Building).
WILLIAM WOOD, Manager.

WILLIAM M. BALLARD, Assistant Manager.

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Atlantic

Mutual Insurance Company,

Office, 51 Wall Street, New York.

Organized in 1842.

Insures against Marine and Inland Transportation Risks and will Issue

Policies Making Loss Payable in England.

ASSETS NEARLY $11,000,000 FOR THE SECURITY OF ITS POLICIES.

The profits of the Company revert to the assured and are divided annually upon the premiums terminated during the year, thereby reducing the

cost of insurance.

For such dividends, certificates are issued bearing interest until ordered to be redeemed, in accordance with the Charter.

A. A. RAVEN, President.
F. A. PARSONS, Vice-President.
CORNELIUS ELDERT, 2d Vice-President.
THEO. P. JOHNSON, 3d Vice-President
J. H. CHAPMAN, Secretarv.

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On account of its great covering power, it is the most economical paint to use, saying nothing of its durability. Contractors claim a saving of 332 per cent in brushes and 20 per cent, in time by using Superior Graphite Paint, as it works easier, spreads better and wears lighter on the brush than other paints. This is no small item when painting large structures.

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P. E. RASOR, United States Manager.

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AD. DOHMEYER, Absistant Manager Austro-Americana Line

NEW YORK TO GENOA AND TRIESTE.

Trustees in the United States:

FREDERIC P. OLCOTT,
President Central Trust Co., of N. Y.

ERNST THALMANN,
of Ladenburg, Thalmann & Co., Bankers, N. Y.

WILLIAM ALLEN BUTLER, of Butler, Notman, Joline & Myndere, Counselors

at Law, N.Y. GEORGE G. WILLIAMS,

General Agent, Western Department,
New York Life Building,

CHICAGO.
W. D. DEANE,
General Agent, Southern Department,
Equitable Building,

ATLANTA.

DIRECT STEAMERS FOR
CHINA AND JAPAN,
BOMBAY AND CALCUTTA.

VIA SUEZ CANAL.
Through Bills of Lading issued to all Eastern Ports.

FORTNIGHTLY SAILINGS
FOR THE CONTINENT,

Calling at
HAVRE, DUNKIRK, ROTTERDAM, Algiers, MARSBILLES, SMYRNA,

CONSTANTINOPLE and ALEXANDRIA,
Apply to

BARBER & CO.,

Steamship Agents and Brokers, PRODUCE EXCHANGE, New YORK CITY. Branch Offices --Norfolk ind Newport News, Va.

Booth S. S. Co., Ltd.,

and Red Cross Line

Jointly give a regular and efficient service of Fine Passenger and Freight Steamers to

Para (Brazil) every 10 days, Barbados (West Indies), Maranham, Ceara and Manaos

(Brazil) every 20 days.
Through Bills of Lading issued to Iquitos, Peru.

For passage and rates of freight apply to
BOOTH & Co., Agents, Booth S. S. Co., Ltd., 88 & 90 Gold St., N. Y.
EDMUND REEKS & CO., Agents Red Cross Line, 113-117 Pearl St.. N. v.

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ASSETS.

LIABILITIES. United States, State, City, County

Policy Reserve (per certificate of New and other Bonds (cost value $115,

York Insurance Department)........ $175,710

All other Liabilities : Policy Claims, 687,034), market value, December 31, 1898..

$121,579,619

Annuities, Endowments, &c., awaitBonds and Mortgages (777 first liens).. 39,002,758

ing presentment for payment........ 2,358 Real Estate (68 pieces, including

$178,068 twelve office buildings)... Deposits in Trust Companies and

16,539,000 Additional Policy Reserve volunBanks, at interest.

8,434,786
tarily set aside by the Company....

2,838 Loans to Policy-holders on their poli

Surplus Reserved Funds voluntarily cies as security (legal value thereof,

set aside by the Company...

26,414 $16,000,000)...

9,818,600 Other Funds for all other contingenLoans on Stocks and Bonds (market

cies.

8,623 value $9,229,702)...

7,390,845 Stocks of Banks, Trust Companies, &c.

$37,876, ($4,532,086 cost value), market value, December 31, 1898..

6,050,831 Premiums in transit, reserve charged in Liabilities.

2,280,188 Quarterly and Semi-Annual Premi

ums not yet due, reserve charged in Liabilities.

2,087,274 Interest and Rents due and accrued.. 1,440,487 Premium Notes on policies in force (legal value of policies, $2,500,000)... 1,320,423 TOTAL ASSETS...

$215,944,811 TOTAL LIABILITIES... ....$215,944,811 CASH INCOME, 1898.

EXPENDITURES, 1898. New Premiums..

$7,644,715

Paid for Losses, Endowments, and Renewal Premiums.

27,987,933

Annuities...
Paid for Dividends and Surrender

$15,390,978 TOTAL PREMIUMS..

$35,032,648

values.... Interest on:

Commissions ($3,320,904.33) on

6,128,888 Bonds. .$5,740,819

New

Business of $152,093,369 ; Medical ExMortgages.

1,940,937

aminers' Fees, and Inspection of Loans to Policy-holders, se

Risks ($449,428). cured by reserves on poli

Home and Branch Office Expenses,

3,770,332 cies.

628,638 Other Securities.

Taxes, Advertising, Equipment Ac

391,353 Rents received.

count, Telegraph. Postage, Commis875,741

sions on $791,927,751 of Old Business Dividends on Stocks.

221,780

and Miscellaneous Expenditures... 5.208,734

Balance-Excess of Income over Ex-
TOTAL, INTEREST, RENTS, &c 9,799,268

penditures for year..

14,952,964 TOTAL INCOME...

$45,431,916 TOTAL EXPENDITURES.... $45,431,916 INSURANCE ACCOUNT.

COMPARISON FOR SEVEN YEARS, ON THE BASIS OF PAID-FOR BUSINESS ONLY. Number of

1891-1898. Policies. Amount. In Force, Dec. 31, 1897.. 332,958 $877,020,925

Gain in New Insurance Paid

Dec. 31, 1891. Dec. 31, 1898. Seven y’rs, for, 1898.

73,471

152,093,369 Assets Old Insurances revived

$125,947,290 $215,944,811 $89,997,521 and increased, 1898... 835

31,854,194 45,431,917 13,577,723

Dividends of Total Paid-for Busi.

Year to Polness........ ..407,264 $1,031,243,982 icy-holders.. 1,260,340 2,759,432 1,499,092 DEDUCT TERMINATIONS:

Total PayBy Death, Maturity,

ments of Surrender, Expiry,

Year to Po)&c....

33,330 87,222,862 icy-holders.. 12,671,491 21,519,865 8,848,374 Paid-for Business in

Number

of force Dec. 31, 1898..373,934 $944,021,120

Policies in

Force........ 182,808 373,934 191,131 Gain in 1898..

40,976 $67,000,195
New Applications de-
clined in 1898.

6,142
15,986,83

4,021,120 $368,331,471

2,129,688 Income..

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