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186— iv. Sarah.s What became of her ?

187— V. Ann, 5 _ An Anne Chase, b. , 1737, d. Sept. 13. 1807, m.

Nov. 23, 1760, in Scituate, R. I., Robert'' (b. 1715, d. Aug. 1792), son of Peleg^ (Daniel,'
Roger') and Elizabeth (Carpenter) Williams, and had, i. Ephraim ; 2. Wilbour ; 3. Robert;
4. Sarah.

188 — vi. Samuel,' June 15, 1741. What became of him?

32. Hannah* (Jacob^ Chase, William, ^ Williami) 7?^a Trust Co. Building . HARTFORD, CONN.

SMOKE A CIGAR

^ /UaH^ of Tobacco===IWot Drugs.

LA ROSA BACCOs-

NATURAL CURED TOBACCO. NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR.

...LET US SEND VOU A BOX (By Mail).

, . ...^^^^ . T^ . ^„,^ 50 Perfectos, - (Large) f3.75

I A ROSA RAl.CO • so operas or Coquettas(Smalll 2.00
L/\ I^.WO/\ D/\V>V^W . 25 Operas or Co4uettas - 1. 00

BEE CIGAR CO., 220 State St. A. MARWICK, Jr., Druggist, 377 Asylum St.

HAKTFORn. CONN.

♦♦.Carriages Harness and Horse Goods>

KSTABLISHED i868Hust thirty years ago.

OLDEST HOUSE IN OUR LINE IN THE QTY.

Our goods must be seen to be appreciated. Those who have dealt with us
NEED no invitation ; to others we simply say

COME TO 393 ALLYN STREET,

200 feet from east tntrance tu
Union Passenger Station.

Hartford, Conn. p. IVl. WARREIN.

Mtnllon The Quabtbrlv



ORGANIZED 186&.



J. M. ALLEN,

President.

F. B. ALLEN,

2d Vice-President. \3^




i\ WM. B. FRANKLIN,

Vice-President.

J. B. PIERCE,

Sec'y and;Treas.



Thorough Inspections

And Insurance ^against Loss or Damage
to Property and Loss of Life and Injury
to Persons Caused by....

Steam Boiler Explosions.



MORE THAN 62,000 STEAM BOILERS NOW UNDER THE INSPECTION
CARE OF THE COMPANY.



87th Semi-Annual Financial Statement of the

Phoenix Insurance Company,



Of Hartford, Conn.

...JANUARY 1st. 1898....



Cash Capital,



§2,000,000.00



S5,538,379.50



Cash on Hand, in Bank and with Agents,

State Stocks and Bonds,

Hartford Bank Stocks.

Miscellaneous Bank Stocks,

Corporation and Railroad .Stocks and Bont

County, City and Water Bonds.

Real Estate, , , , . .

Loans on Collateral,

Real Estate Loans, , . . .

Accumulated Interest and Rents,

TOTAL CASH ASSETS,



Cash Capital,

Reserve for Outstanding Losses.
Reserve for Re-Insurance,
NET SURPLUS,

TOTAL ASSETS,

Surplus to Policy-holders,



LI A BILITIES.



$747,147 73
29,260 00
669.280 00
369,907 00
2,774,416 00
341,270 00
527,696 «7
20,200 00
132.340 70
33,871 40

. $2,000,000 00

375,470 73

. 2.139,993 40

1,022,916 38

$o,63S.S79 60



$3,022,915.37



Total Losses Paid Since Organizatio
of Company,



S41, 385, 760.27



1898.



THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL STATEMENT



1898.



Travelers Insurance Company.

Chartered

New Life Insurance written in 1897, 14,507,249.00
Insurance issued under the Annuity Plan is entered
at the commuted value thereof as required by law.
Returned to Policy-holders in 1897, 1,235,585..39

Returned to Policy-holders since 1864, 13,150,350.57



STATISTICS TO DATE.

ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT.

Number Accident Claims paid in 1897, 16,611

Whole number Accident Claims paid, 307,990

Returned to Policy-holders in 1897, 81,381,906.81

Returned to Policy-holders since 1864. 21,210,095.96



Returned to Policy-holders i
Returned to Policy-holders s



GEORGE ELLIS, Secretary,
JOHN E. MORRIS, Assistant Secretary. J. B. LEWIS, M D , Surgeon and Adjuste

EDWARD V. PRESTON, Supt. of Agencies. SYLVESTER C. DUNHAM, Counsel.



(The Leading J

Fire Insurance \

I Company S

♦ OF AMERICA. J




incorporated I

I8I9. I

■», J

Charter ;

Perpetual. |



CASH CAPITAL,

CASH ASSETS,

TOTAL LIABILITIES,

NET SURPLUS,

LOSSES PAID IN 79 YEARS,



WILLIAM B. CLARK, President.



$4,000,000.00

12,089,089.98
3,655,370.62
4,433,719.36
81,125,62 1.50



W. H. KING, Secretary



HENRY "e^rIeS, I Assistant Secretaries.



E. O. WEEKS, Vice-President



WESTERN BRANCH, 413 Vine St. Cincinnati, Ohio,
NORTHWESTERN BRANCH, Omaha, Neb.,
PACIFIC BRANCH, San Francisco, Cal.



KEELER & GALL.\GHER, Gen'l Agents.
IW.M. 11 WYMAN, Gen'l Agent.
1 W. P. HARFORD. Ass't Gen'l Agent.

BOARDMAN & SPENCER, Gen'l Agents.



INLAND MARINE DEPARTMENT:



CHICAGO. ILL-
NEW YORK,



1851 1897

The Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company,




/I s 1 f



HOME OFFICE

PHCENIX MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.

HARTFORD, CONN.



OF HARTFORD, CONN.

Issues all the modern forms of Life and In-
vestment Policies.

Examine our new EXCHANGEABLE LIFE and
Return Premium contracts, also our 5 per
cent. 20 Year Income Bond Policy.

Send your age to the Home Office, and we
will send you a sample policy, showing
just what we have to oiler.

Jonathan B. Bunce, Pres. John M. Holcombe, Vice-Pres

Charles H.Lawrence. Secretary.

JAMES E. SMITH,

Oeneral Special .\ffeiit.
No. 49 Pearl St., Hartford, Conn.



We Have Enlarged Our Plant,

Put in New Machinery,



to meet the demands of our growing business, and now,
with one of the best equipped establishments, we are
prepared to do all kinds of Photo-Engraving in a First-
class manner. Give us a call.



The Hartford Engraving Co,,

66 State Street, Courant Building,
HARTFORD. COM\!.




Jackson
Ventilating Grate,

Heats on two floors.
Highest Award, World's F;i!r,'93.

Thousands now in use.

Our customers are our references.

Do not regard this grate as simply a
luxury for Spring and Fall. It will heat
two large rooms when the mercury
outside is at zero or below, and will
thoroughly and constantly ventilate
the rooms without an open window or
any draught.

Favor yourself and us by proving
the lu.xury, the cheerfulness, the health-
fulness and the economy of these
grates.

Call and investigate or send for an
illustrated catalogue.

Stoughton & Taylor,

38 Ann St.,

Hartford, Conn.

Mantels, fireplace fixtures, tiles, delft,
Kenton Vitrea, etc.




Is the leading school of Connecticut
for business or short-hand training.
Day attendance' bver^e^iP.pupils. Seven
skillful, polite and oblivging teachers.
This school hds |)lacey 122 graduates in
good-paying positions tln& past thirty-
seven weeks. ' '^

No term divisions and new pupils
enter every week. We do all that can
be done to place graduates in situations.
Full information for the asking. Visit-
ors welcome.




^ Where to go for Goo d Printing and Bookbinding. -^

Che Borton Printing Co-

Have one of the best equipped plants in the state for turning out
the highest class of work at lowest prices.



. . SPECIAL ATTENTION . .

Given to Original Designs in Printing and Bookbinding.

We carry a Special Line of . . .

^ FINE STATIONERY J^

Which for variety and low prices cannot be equalled.



Steel Plate Engraving and Printing,

i\ ui> lo f)A ri: :s'rN'Li:.s.

OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, MERIDEN, CONN.



April, May, June, 1898.



No. 2.




$1.00 a Year.



HARTFORD, CONN.



25 cts. a Copy.





Hew J^GbAjVD
^Summer l>oitte Book for \m

IS NOW READY FOR DISTRIBUTION.

It contains over one hundred attractive half-tone illustrations and is with-
out doubt the handsomest book of the kind ever issued by any railroad. It
contains an increased list of Hotels and Boarding: Houses, gives rates for
board and all information sought after by those intending to summer in the
country. Don't neglect getting a copy — sent free for postage, 6c., to

W. J. MARTIN, Hartford, Conn.



♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦

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{ The Connecticut Quarterly *



An Illustrated Magazine

Devoted to the Literature, History, and Picturesque Features
of Connecticut



PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
By the CONNECTICUT QUARTERLY COMPANY

66 State Street, Courant Building.



George C. Atwell. Editor.



HARTFORD, CONN



CONTENTS.



VoLIV



April, May, June, J898.



No. 2



Henry Barnard, LL.D. From a painting by A. C. Fenety. Fronli

Henry Barnard, Educator. Illustrated. . Frederick Calvin Norton

The Lesson of the Rain. Poem. Illustrated. . Louise P. Merriit.

Tlie Tories of Connecticut. . 'James Shepard.

The House of the Kindly Smile. Poem. 111. Mary A. Hoadlcy.

A Reminiscence of the Snowstorm of February J, 1898. ....

An illustration drawu hy H. Plielps Arms.
The Black Dog. Story. Illustrated. . (•;•'. H. C. Pynclton.

Arbutus. Poem.

Mistress Mary's Wedding Apron. Poem.
The Last Shot in the Arctic. Illustrated.
The Sea was in Frolicsome Mood To-day. Poem. 111.
Nerva. Story. Part II. (Coneluded.)
A Midnight Song. Poem.
List of Burials, Center Church Burying Ground, Hartford.

Copied and annotated by Mary K. 7 alcott .
Ellington, Illustrated.

Tempest. Poem. ....

Augustus H. Fenn. Illustrated.
Art Education in the "Rose of New England." HI.
The Bristol Historical and Scientific Society. Ill

Pen and ink sketches bv Antoinett
Departments. — Genealogical Department.

Historical Notes.

Descendants ok William Chase of Yarmouth.

Editorial Notes.

Puhlisher's Notes.

From the Societies.

BnOK Notices ano Reviews.



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Sarali F. Bel.
Ellen Brainerd Peck.
Charlotte M. Holloway.
Arthur Cleveland Hall.
Milo Leoti Norton.
Minnie Louise Hendrick.



Alice E Pinney.
Delia B. Ward.
Joseph H. Vaill.
Alice W. Cogswell.
Piera Root Newell.
) Newell.



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Blickensderfe r Ty pewriting Machines

Equal any of the hich-pr



Scientiflc Keyboard.
No. 5. S36.00

H. C. HAYWOOD & CO.,

General AciENTS.

Merlden, Conn.



el the

machines. Have 84 lette
less than one-quarter of a



No Ribbon. AVriting
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* entertainment of any kind, or PERFORMERS DESIRING

ENGAGEMENTS, should correspond "tvith the...

^Connecticut entertainment Bureau^



252 ASYLUM STREET
HARTFORD, CONN.



P. O. Box 588



We furnish at short notice solo artists for concert, oratorio and opera ; readers,
humorists and lecturers for entertainments ; choir singers, and organists for church
poitions ; directors for opera or choral societies, and experienced coaches for dra-
matic work.

WRITE US for prices and particulars ; all correspondence will receive prompt attention.



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The /ETNA LIFE Insurance
Company, Hartford, Conn.,

with Assets of over $47,000,000 and Surplus over
liabilities (upon a conservative basis) of $7,000,000,
has unparalleled Strength, Lowest Rates, Largest
Dividends, and is the only Company in existence
which has increased its Dividends to its Insured
each year for the past twenty = five years. Its
policy contracts are Incontestable, Non=forfeita=
ble, and have Cash and Loan Values.

AN UNRIVALLED RECORD.

JOHN GEMMILL, a Merchant of Hartford, Conn., insured in the ^tna Life,
under Policy No. 70,088, for $5,000 on the Thirty Year Endowment Plan. The policy
was taken out in 1870 (he was then thirty years of age) and will mature and become
payable to the insured in the year 1900. His twenty-eight annual payments Aggregate
$4,330.20. His twenty-seven annual cash dividends amount to $1,481.2.3. The
cost to date is $2,848.97. He has two more premiums to pay, amounting to $.'J00.3



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