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From the surplus, as above, of $1,177,243.73, a return premium (Dividend) will be apportioned to each Policy, in proportion to its contribution to such surplus, which return premium will be available on settlement of the Annual premium falling due in 1874.
The “SAVINGS BANK PLAN," recently introduced by this Company, has proved a great success, from the fact that Policies bear on their face a Definite Cash Surrender Value, and are as negotiable as a Government Bond.
CHARLES M. HIBBARD, Actuary.
E. W. DERBY, M.D., Consulting Physician. GEO. F. SNIFFIN, Secretary. HENRY W. JOHNSON, Counsel.
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Office, EQUITABLE BUILDING, Cor. Broadway and Cedar St.
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CITIZEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEWARK, N. J.
$200,000 Total Cash Assets, January 1st, 1875,
400,000 Total Liabilities, including Re-Insurance,
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AMAZON INSURANCE COMPANY
Of Cincinnati, Ohio. Cash Capital,
$500,000 Total Assets, January 1st, 1875,
900,000 Total Liabilities, including Re-Insurance,
300,000 GAZZAM GANO, Pres't.
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GREAT EVENTS OF HISTORY
Creation of Man to the Present Time.
It is based upon the famous book of DR. COLLIER, so widely used in Great Britain, and favorably known over the world. Wherever used, it materially abridges the labor of the learner, and sweetens his toil.
The American editor, an experienced Teacher, has added to Dr. Collier's book, the events from the Creation of Man down to the Christian Era, the articles on the Settlement of America, the Indian wars, the war between Great Britain and her Colonies in North America, the War of 1812, the American Rebellion, and the French and Prussian War. The original plan of the book has not been disturbed.
FEATURES OF "THE GREAT EVENTS OF HISTORY," 1. The "GREAT EVENTS OF History” gives a connected view of the entire Historio Period from the Creation of Man to the present time.
2. It is not ton full to weary the pupil--nor too brief to be uninteresting.
3. Its attractive style interests the pupil in General Facts, and thus induces him to study particular history.
4. Each chapter is headed by its central point of interest, which is thus fixed in the mind. 5. It describes, briefly but accurately, Life and Manners in the leading countries.
6. It is brought down to the latest Historical Events-The American War of the Rebellion -the Seven Weeks' War between Austria and Prussia, and closes with the Franco-Prussian war.
7. The Appendix contains a concise geographical account of the most important places mentioned.
8. It is a pleasant, readable work which may be used as a Manual of History-a Class-reader, or a book of reference.
9. Throughout it is accurate, teaching no absurdities.
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