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Rev. Robert Mackenele, D.D., Dr. Alfred M.
Sharrocks and Mary S. Am«s.
DIED.
Abom, Dr. Edward S. King. Martin M.
Chase. Almedm Knopf, Jules L.
Cunninghiun, Parian Lenn. n. Sister Mary
De la Fontaine, Rus« Lupi rtnl, Luigt
Delany, Mary Mclntyre, Michael
Dunmore, John E. McKena, Mary
Fallon. Isabella McKenna, Owen
Farman. Anders F. Martin. P. Ross
Gerwin. Henry Mower. Margery
Gesell. Caroline O'Neill. Edward A.
Glvin. A. H. Rees, Mary J.
Gutman. Rachael Reilly. IVtriclc
Hageman. George Richter. Captain R.
Hedge. James A. Schuttler. John W.
Hutchinson. Charles Smith, Ebenezer C.
Huxchlnson, Mrs. S. Truseeau. P. C.
Jewell. Jesse Wagner. Augustus H.
Justh. Maurice Wallace. Elizabeth C.
Klnp. Austin
ABOR.V- In this city, September 8. 1899. Dr.
Edward S.. beloved husband of Alberta
Aborn, a native of Philadelphia, Pa., aged 80
year«.
' B ''Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Monday), at 3 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, rr.4 Sutler street. Interment Laurel
Hill Cemetery.
CHASE— In this city, September 9. 1899, Alme-
dla, beloved wife of the late Russell Chase
of Vallejo. Cal., a - native Of Massachusetts,
aged 77 years.
CUNNINGHAM— In Fruitvale. September 7.
1809, Parian R., beloved husband of Louise
Cunningham, a native of Canada, aged 64
years 6 months and 9 days.
(CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 1:30 o'clock, from Oakland Ma-
sonic Temple, Twelfth and Washington
streets, Oakland, under th« auspioee of Mis-
sion Lodge No. 169, F. and A. M
DE LA FONTAINE— In this city. September 8,
1599, Rose, beloved wife of John do la Fon-
taine, and daughter of Edward and the late
Mary O'Neill, a native of San Francisco, aged
24 years 8 months and 9 days.
ETFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from her late, resi-
dence, 1321 Natoma street, thence to. St
Charles Church for services. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.
DELANY— In this city, September 9, 1599.
Mary, beloved relict of Patrick Delany, and
beloved mother of Mrs. M. McDonald and
Mrs. E. Cash man, a native of Ireland.
E7Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Monday), at 10:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 406 Buchanan street, thence to Sacred
Heart Church, corner Fell and Fillmore
streets, where a requiem mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of her soul, commenc-
ing at 11 o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery.
DUNMORE— KiIIed at Manila. P. 1., August
14. 189 S. John E. Dunmore of Company B. ,
First California Volunteers, beloved son of
Sarah an.l the late William Dunmore, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 'J3 years and 2
months.
I r Friends and acquaintance? are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day |
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from the funeral par-
lors of McGinn Bros., 31 Eddy street. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
FALLON— In this city, September 7, 1599, Isa-
bella, dearly beloved wife of Martin Fallon,
and mother of Thomas. James, Peter, Martin
and Ellen Fallon, a native of County Done-
gal. Ireland, aged 67 years.
[CT Friends a>id acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), nt 1.30 o'clock, from h.»r late
residence. 2429 Folsom street, thence to St.
Peter's Church for services at 2 o'clock. In-
terment Mount Calvary Cemetery-
FARMAN— In Emeryville, Alameda County,
September S, IS'.i3, Anders Fredrik Farman,
dearly beloved husband of Anna Farman. and
father of Charles Edward and Arthur Fred-
rik Farman, a native of Sweden, aced 64
years 10 months and 2S days.
IT7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. "Forty-seventh street, off San Pablo
avenue, Emeryville. Interment Mountain
View Cemetery.
GERWIN— At Point Richmond, Contra Costa
County, Cal.. September 6. 1599, Henry Ger-
win, beloved nephew of Mrs M. A. Weh-
jnollpr, and cousin of Mrs. Llzf.le Miller, a
native of Hanover. Germany, aged 35. years.
CTTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow :
(Monday), at 1 o'clock, from the funeral par-
lors of Theo. lerks, 957 Mission street. In-
terment Masonic Cemetery.
GESELL — In the City and County Hospital, ;
September 9, 1899, Caroline Gesell, a native of i
Norway, aged 39 years.
GIVIN— In this city, September 7. 1599. A. H.
Givin, a native of Massachusetts, aged 56
years.
. friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday,) at 2 o'clock, from Knights of ■
Pythias' Hall, 909 Market street, where the i
ef-rvi.res will be held under the außDices of
Golden City Lodge No. 63. K. of P.; Painters' '
Unl -i No. 73, B. of P. and D. of A., and
Building Trades Council. Cremation at I. O.
0 F. Cemetery. . Remains at the parlors of j
Charles J. B. Metzler. 636 Washington street, i
GUTMAN Friends and acquaintances are re- '
spectfully incited to attend the dedication of
th" monument of the late Raehael Gutman
this •'.(.••■ (Sunday), at 3 o'clock, at New
Salem Cemetery.
HAGEMAN— In this city, September 8, 1599, >
George, 'dearly beloved husband of Emily !
Hageman, and father of Mrs. O. F. Westphal, j
a native of Hanover, Germany, aged 65 years ■
4 n.onths and 4 days.
E^-Fri^nds and acquaintances are respect- !
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday) at 1 o'clock, from . the rooms of j
George' H. Thomas Post No. 2. G. A. R., 320 .
Post strwt. Comrades of the G. A. R. and ;
Companions of the Loyal Legion are respect- :
fully invited to attend. Interment private,
Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
HEDGE— In this city, September 8, 1899, James ■
A. Hedge beloved brother of L. M. Hedge, a
native of Missouri, aged 44 years and 11
months.
in?' Friends and acquaintances ara respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
iM'i'nrlay). at 12 o'clock, from the parlors of
Charles .1. B. Metzler, 636 Washington street.
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
HUTCHINSON— In this city, September 7. 1899. i
Chflrles E-, beloved husband of Margaret j
Ruby Hutchinson, and father of Marguerite
R. Hutchinson, a ratlve of San Francisco,
aged S3 years.
[TjTripnds and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Monday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of i
the , California Undertaking Company, 405
P well street, near Post. Interment Masonic
Cemetery.
HUTCHINSON— In this city, September 6, 1899,
Mrs. S. C. Hutcbinson, mother of Jessie F.
Hutchinson and Mrs. c . W. Page of Hono-
lulu. H. 1., a native of Maine, aged 64 years.
JK WELL— this city, September 9, 1899, Jesse
Bracken, beloved son of Jesse I. and Fannie.
Jewel!, a native of Santa Rosa, Cal., aged
4 yenrs and 11 months.
JUSTH— Killed In action at Malate trenches,
August 1. 1898, Maurice Justh. beloved nephew
• of Henry and Johanna Wehser, and cousin
of W. E. and G. Wehser and George Lazar. a
native of Presburg. Austria, aged 25 years.
IC^Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Monday), p.t 1:30 o'clock, from the parlors of
Halsted & Co., 946 Mission street. Interment
National Cemetery, Presidio.
OFFICERS and members of Court Palo Alto
No. r.3, F of A . will meet at their hall
to-morrow (Monday), at 12:30 o'clock sharp,
to attend the funeral of our late brother,
Maurice Justh. By order of the C. R.
LEO KAI'FMANN. Secretary.
KING— In this city, September 9. 1899, Austin,
dearly beloved husband of Delia King, a na-
tive of Ireland.
[T7"Notica of funeral hereafter.
KING — In the City and County Hospital.
September S. I - 1 - Martin M. King, a na-
tive of Connecticut, aged 35 years.
KKOPF— In this city, September S. 1599, Jules
Louis, beloved s"n of Camllle and Odyle
Knopf, and brother of August and Camilla
Knopf, a native of San Francisco, aged 13
years 10 months and 19 days.
r FT' rn and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence
of his parents. 11 Scott place, off Broadway.
between Powell and Mason streets. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
LENNON--At the Presentation Convent, Pow-
ell street. September 8, 1599, Sister Mary de
Pazzl Lennon.
(ETA solemn requiem rrwiss at the convent
to-morrow (Monday^ at 9 o'clock. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
LUPORINI— In this city, September 7, 1539.
Lulgl LuiK>rini, a native of Italy, ared 60
years.
McINTTRE— A solemn mass of requiem
(month's mind) will be celebrated for the re-
pose of the soul of the late Michael Mclntyre
at Sacred Heart Church to-morrow (Monday),
at 10 o'clock. Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully Invited to attend.
JIrKENA- A solemn month's mind mass will
be celebrated for the repose of the soul of
Mary McKena to-morrow (Monday), at 8
■ o'clock, at St. Mary's Cathedral.
MrKENNA— In this city, September 8. 1899,
Owen, beloved husband of Sarah McKenna,
and father of Harry P.. John M.. Jennie M..
5 A., Eugene J. and Mary C McKenna, a
native of County Donegal, Ireland, aged 38
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invite. l to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. 1024 Clay street. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery.
MARTIN— In the City and County Hospital,
September 9, l '<*. P. Ross Martin, a native of
Prince Edwards Island, aged 37 years.
MOWER— In Bangor, Me., August 6, 1899, Mar-
gery Mower, beloved mother of Charles w.,
May E. and G. H. Mower of Santa Cruz and
Mrs. George Abell of Needham, Mass., a na-
tive' of Banker, Me., aged 60 years.
fry Friends and acquaintance* are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday) at 1 o'clock, from the mortuary
Chanel of the Golden Gate Undertaking Com-
nany 2425 Mission street, near Twenty-firm.
thence to Hamilton-square Baptist Church,
Post street near Stelner. where services will
be held at 1:30 o'clock. Interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery.
Hi NRY J. GALLAGHER CO.,
(Successors to Flannagan & Gallagher),
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS,
SO Fifth St.. opposite Lincoln School.
Telephone South 80. ; ,
O'NEILL— In Manila, August 10. 1W». Edward
A. O'Neill, late of Company H.. First Cali-
fornia Volunteers, a native of Nevada City,
aged 20 years and 27 days.
BORROMEAX Council No. 129. Y. M. I.— Mem-
ber* are hereby notified to assemble at the
undertaking parlors of J. C. O'Connor & Co..
767 Mission street, to-morrow (Monday), at
?:S0 o'clock, to attend the funeral of our late
brother, Edward A. O'Neill. Requiem mass
at St. Patrick's Church. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery. E. J. COFFEY. Pres.
REES— In this city, September 4, 1599, Mary
Josephine, beloved daughter of Mark and
Nellie Rees. and granddaughter of Henry and
the lnte Margaret Cornfoot. a native of San
Francisco, aged 2 years 6 months and 18 days.
CTFriendß and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 10:3' i o'clock, from the parents'
residence, 1023 Montgomery street, between
Broadway and Vallejo street. Interment Holy
I ■? Cemetery.
REILLY— In this city, September 7, 1899. Pat-
rick, beloved husband of the late Catherine
Reilly, and father of Joseph F., Klttie J. and
the late Mary Ann Reilly, a native of County
Cavan, Ireland, ageil 70 years.
|£7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 10 o'clock, from his late resi-
f3'-nce. i 827 Fifteenth street, thence to Mission
res Church, where a solemn requiem
IMS will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at 10:30 o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
i RICHTER— At Camp Dewey, P. 1., August 4,
1S?8 Captain Relnh"ld Rlchter of Company I.
First Regiment California. U. S. V. Infantry.
>„.;, v<>il husband <>f Louise Richter, and father
Of Emma, Reinhold, Louise and Marguerite
Rlchter, a native of Austria, aged 42 years.
C^TFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeraJ to-morrow
'Monday), at 1:30 o'clock, from the parlors
of Halsted & Co.. 946 Mission street. Inter-
ment National Ctwnetery, Prealdlo.
SCHUTTLKK -In Fitchburg, Alameda County, i
I Cal., September 8, 18»9. John W. Schuttler, .|
I beloved father of Mrs. Simon Petersen. Mrs.
H P. Bruun and Mrs. Frederlcka Dreyer,
a native of SchleFwig-Holsteln, Germany,
aged 69 years 3 months and 16 days.
inrFrlendfi and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
Theo. Dlerks, 957 Mission street. Interment
Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
SMITH— In thle city, September 8, 1899, Eben-
ezer C beloved husband of Isabella Smith,
! a native of Ulster County, New York, aged 65
yf-ars.
a and acquaintances are respoct-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 1:30 o'clock, from his late re»i-
-2114 Powell street. Interment Masonic
| Cemetery.
TRUSSEAU— In this city. September 6, 1599, P.
C., beloved husband of the late Catherine
Trusseau. a native of Bordeaux, France, ;
aged 6>> years.
(T7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fuliy invited to attend the funeral this day .
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from the parlors of
the Pacific Undertakers, 777 Mission street, i
thence to Notre Dame dcs Vietoires Church
for services at 1:30 o'clock. Interment Mount
Calvary Cemetery.
I WAGNER— In this city, September S, 1899, Au-
gustus H., beloved husband of Rose Wagner,
a native of Russia, aged 44 yeurs and 11 I
months. i
t?"Frlend9 und acquaintance* are refpect-
[ fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Monday), at 1 o'clock, from the Masonic
Temple, corner Post and Montgomery streets,
under the auspices of California Lodge No. l,
F. and A. M. Interment Laurel Hill Cpme-
tery. Remains at residence, northeast corner
Nineteenth and Nee streets.
WALLACE— In Oakland, September 9, 1S»,
Elisabeth C. beloved wife of Richard Wai- !
lace, and mother of May E. and J. 11. Wal-
lace, aced 40 years and 3 months.
ETFriends an.l acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
lay), at 2 o'clock, from her late resl-
dence, 946 Wood street, thence to St. Patrick's
church for services. Interment St. Marj'sj
Cemetery. Oakland.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
GRAND HOTEL.
T A Graham, San Jose i Mrs M A Hildreth &
C I'- Head, Minn ; eh, Fargo, N D
A Friant, Son Jose IS G McCurdy, Cal
W I> Brotherton & wf Mrs E E Carpenter.SD
T Alderson, Cal P D Smith, Cal
M L Gallagher, Idaho H Bennett & wf, Sacto
rapt C Cressy, Minn C E Kngleliart. Cal
H J Mowrey, So Dak H C Som*rvllle, Chgo
M Lane. I'al Frank Riardan. Cal
T Park & wf. Oak M E Gladlom Ohio
G W Humphrey, Colo M A Rouse, Minn
T X Henderson, L Ang J Rendan. Cal
.T C Fox, So Dak R X Beardsle, Stckton
i i F Smith, So Dak ] W Taylur & wf/'hgo
E A Morrison. Stanfrd C T Pi-ter-d^rff, Cal
T G Herrin. Cal T B Dougherty, Cal
E Smith. Idaho C R Hea.i. Cal
W R Jones. Sacto C H Hassell, Mo
B T Smith. Sacto IS B Doolet, .Ni'intreal
W H Pair, Chicago H T Shaw. Montreal
T Hopper & wf, SRosa Mark Myers, Sydney
Mlph L Maddoz, BBosa Toe Parmater, Chicago
V\ - \T Ercarbrack, Cal C N Callender, Chgo
W Ak-^-llbery. Cal 3 X Hogaman.' StPaul
W Dwlfht. Cal I C Baker. Seattle
R Gude, Davilville !H E Smith, Chicago
A M McDonald. Cal Miss I, Hart. Seattle
J H Ehy * wf, Tucson A D Thomson, N V
t. B I'ui-ry. Cal W W Patterson, Cal
B F BtOll, Sacto W E Hampton. Los A
W A Stephenson. Sac Mrs E C Stephens. Cal
W F Palmer, Oakland "has Grady, San (juen
E M Freeman, Oak i Mrs Grady, San Quen
P M Anderson, Cal 'Tohn A Garver. SQuen
.; V Trenwith, t.'al W P Hair, CblcagO
\V H Barteary, N V John Thanem, I'ortlnd
M F li. aland. Wash H A Fliekings. S Jose
C E Glafke & wf, ("al B A Town, Sacto
Mrs L C Roblson, Mo J Livingston. Portland
C Perelra. Cal Mrs Livingston, Or
A H Joy, Sacto J Bfllan. St Johns
Jos Perrault, Boise W Knight. Cal
L H Stanley, Mexico Geo I'annian. Cal
W Wrisht, Alaska F M Swagey & wf.r'al
E M Rusk, Alaska H Staler. Santa Rosa
T H Selvage. Eureka Miss W E Pond. Chgo
Mrs O A Wilson, LosA W H Henderson &. wf,
Mrs Florence Dyere, Stockton
DyervlUe W A Mayer
PALACE HOTEL.
0 Carpenter, S D H M liryan, V S N
Mrs *J W Carpenter. SD Vera Afhton. Victoria
J F P<nrrs, Stockton 'M M -re Seattle
B Dowlfag, Btockton 5 Grager, Los Ang
X W Ellis, Stanford Itrs O Grager, Los A
5 Johnson Mi:m I Merriman, Lob Ang
A Barry, 5a Urs C A Shen-lck,Clnn
a C Johnson 9 D ■'• b Haas, Los Ang
ii A Cohen N V - r 3 Trueworthy, L A
\\ W Btewart S D 'vlrs Dr Trueworthy&s,
J R .le Ln.mar, Paris Los Angeles
C H Bourke, S D 15 R Bush. Pa
W R Roberts, Minn Ivltb S R Bush, Pa
C S Huse, Chicago F B Ttush. Pa
C A Sherrick, ''Inn T A Frincal. N Mcx
L A Cornell, N V I Crumpacker, N Mcx
Mrs Cornell, N V Vlrs J Crumparker.NM
J R Hut,h«-11, N Mcx P H Mulr, Mich
W Brill, St Paul 6 Banborn, St Paul
W Swain, Marysville ' M Greaves, Sjpokane
D M Rldeout. Marysvl lß C Roberts, Spokane
Mrs E H Chreas, L A U II Stanley, Mexico
Mis? H C chreas, L A •* N Godfrey. Baker Cy
v s Houston, U S N rl C McClure, S D
F C Hart. U S N jl S Smith. S D
L R Sargent. V S N 2 Downing. Armona
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
J J Tenney, Pa |J C Smith. Indiana
F M Hungerford, Cal p Devlne, Portland
E Smith, Idaho H Wagner, Orland
; C I^aurlson, Marlpnsa > A MrPhei-pon. Oakdale
1 !• Lamorile, Marlpoaa T Bquire, Mi'-h
t; McKean San Jose B W Kurie, Mich
Mies McKean, Sn Jose I Stnhelln. Mich
j H Banders. Portland E Franklin, Mich
1 T Chandler, Fresno IE R Martin, Mo
Q Small Stockton A W Fellows, Mich
W M Hoover. Stockton P F Coffey, Chicago
,T Prltrhard. Stockton ") I>ln'l!»y. Indiana
H F Fstelle. Mich A Campbell. Fresno
B W Jon^s. Stockton V L!nfl"rman, Sn Jos«
LJ H Roberts, Bakersfid tV J Burns. Pan .Tnse
I Dnlton. Los Ang J F Wetherbee, Seattle
P Craltt, Chicago 3 Stic, Seattle
C Kennedy NY W Stuart, Alaska
J P Anderson, NY C McKtnny, Skaguay
J J Kennedy. Conn F Janes, Los Ang
| E L Henry. Indiana
POLO CLUB RACES.
Considerable Excitement Over a Four-
Horse Wag-on Event.
SANTA MONICA, Sept. 9.— The second
day of the Southern California Polo Club's
races, in spite of cloudy weather, showed
increased attendance. The betting ran
high and much money changed hands, al
though the winners were favorites in
every race of the day. Results:
Quarter mile and repeat, for ponies,
Ocean Park stakes— Viola, owner R. M.
Schwarz, won both heats. Time, first :24,
second :23 3-5.
Surf stake, six furlongs, for horses —
Hacienda, owner G. L. Waring, won, Flib
bertygibbet, owner P. Webber, second;
Petrarch, owner G. L. Waring, third.
Time, 1:18 1-5.
Saddle horses, one mile — M F, owner A.
M. Wiggins won; Sweetheart second, Val
entine third. Time, 1:52.
Consolation stakes, seven furlongs—Flib
bertygibbet won, Miss Daly second. Time,
1 "33 2-5.
Wagon race, four horses, for a mile — T.
Sansford's team won.
Equals World's Record.
BROCKTON. Mass., Sept. 9.— During j
the bicycle races at the new track fbia !
afternoon John Dubois, in a live-mile un- j
paced pursuit race, rode in world's rec- j
ord time, defeating Claud Hamilton of j
Loweil In four and one-fourth miles, i
Time, 11 ' IS. Dubois continued for a five- I
mile record, lowering the mark of 12:12,
made by H. Clark at Denver, by five sec
onds.
Lucas Mine Sold.
SAN ANDREAS, Sept. 9.-The Lucas I
mine, owned by Congressman Marion de !
Vries, Colonel S. H. Lucas of Mokelumne i
Hill. Sydney Smith of New York and
George Gates of Amador, has been sold
to Posey & Co., rich and experienced Col
orado mining men, for $20,000 cash. The
mine is located at Big Bar, on Mokelumne
River, near Mokelumne Hill, and is con
sidered very promising. The new owners
will Invest large sums of money in de
veloping the property.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1899.
ODD REMINDER OF THE
FIRST ADMISSION DAY
■ ©* -; • • >
Emission of 'California into tl)e Union.
£TPi« fio««\ of em~4*S *^S*£-Zj~x>*^. • m c©«n|uin«j. i> V«^iie>t«^ at a IBA&tL,
to f>e f-it tfvc miUit'\s if "an i'f'tancuxio, on. TUESDAY EVENIN-C. lfv« 29tf» .n.^a»ii. ■'«
( (Fe.W'V»:«oi. ii ifu $i r 3.ui>M»>v. ( ifafifo'Lnia i»ilf> lfv»
84* ►..-.r,,c« On, »1 1840 <,
fifAHA©BIES. .
Hon. John W. UEAIJY
Ckw JOHN WILSON
1)01 TON \ J BOW IV.
C V.OILLKSPI r Fj.^
H AH<»KNTI v »<»
TAKES A. VcDOL'OAL t"t
W.D. M. HOWARD k-.<o
rIIAKK TURK. X. H
INVITATION TO A BALL FIFTY YEARS AGO.
S3 i^"\UIETLY In her modest little room at 606 Folsom street, Mrs. A. 8. Tobln celebrated Admission day yesterday, 8o
j; I living- over again the joys of the past and especially reveling in the remembrance of the ball In honor of the first jj
m M Admission day, at which she was one of the half-dozen ladies present. It is so long ago that Mrs. Tobin does gg
*° not recall the hall at which the ball took place, nor the names of the other ladies who shared with her the '
S* pleasures of that historical event. "I can only remember that there were a great number of men present," the lady *"
83 said yesterday, "and that each lady had at least three partners for each dance. On the floor committee, see," she 8?
JJ continued with a sigh, "are the names of those who made this State's history. All famous men and now all passed §5
of away." gj
Mrs. Tobin arrived in San Francisco on the 2d of September, ISSO, and has ever since continuously made her home „.
• S in this city.
SOME SPEEDY
SAPLINGS IN
PRODUCE STAKE
Recording Angel Develops Won
derful Fleetness and Is Now
Played for Second Choice.
A big crowd went out to Union Cours
ing Park yesterday to witness the llrst
round for the rich Produce stake, in
which fifty-eight young longrtails were
entered, and also the first round In the
open stake, with its sixty-four entries.
The number of spectators established a
new Saturday record for attendance at
the coursing park, a condition due chiefly
to the interest excited in the Produce
stake. A pretty stiff wind was blowing
across the grounds, having a tendency to
make the courses somewhat short, but
the sport was of an exceptionally high
standard, and the splendid work of the
dogs created unbounded enthusiasm.
J. H. Perigo's Bohe, the stake favorite,
was in line form, and disposed of Lucre
tla Borgia in masterly style. He is liable
to have his work cut out for him to-mor
row, however, as there are several unu
sually "good ones" after first money. The
figures on the long odds book are: Bohe
1 to 1, Recording Angel 4 to 1, Whitehead
5 to 1. Daisy Clalr 6 to 1, Master Clair 6
to 1, and the rest ranging from 10 to 40
to 1.
Recording Angel is possessed of won
derful speed, and her performance yes
terday, when she easily disposed of Con
troller, caused her owner, J. H. Rosslter,
to do a cakewalk in front of the grand
stand so great was his delight. Con
troller is a full brother to Bohe, twice as
old as Recording Angel, and is regarded
as a dangerous competitor for the best
of them, but Recording Angel led him to
the hare by six lengths and beat him out
in a manner that seemed to clearly estab
lish her superiority. She opened at 20 to
1 but was played down to 4 to 1. Her
lack of age and experience may tell
against her to-day, but she has the speed
and should prove a crackajack in time,
whatever position she captures in the
stake now being contested.
As a general thing the favorites won
yesterday; few short-enders got the Hag.
in the Produce stake Royal Ann beat
Aeneas at 5 to 2; Torment beat Tallac at
6 to 3; Athena beat Flying Fox at 3 to 1:
Master Workman beat May Hemstead
at 5 to 3; Random Aim beat Rough Rider
at 2 to 1; Maggie N beat Rosie Clair at
5 to 1 and Minnieola beat O'Hara at 2 to 1.
In the open stake Merry Maiden beat
Lowlander at 5 to 8; Mose beat Rollicking
Airs at 5 to 1, and Pet Kirby beat Lottie
M at 3 to 1. Following are the scores:
California Produce Stake, first round— R. E.
del Lopez's Whitehead beat E. Adams' Her
Grace- A Johnson's Bald Eagle beat F. Pas
«oi?a Perseus; J. H. Perigo's Lady Davenport
beat J J Edmond's Whisky Hill; J. H. ltos-
Beter's Recording Angel beat . . H. Per go's
i\ ntroiier- R E de B. Lopez 9 (names) N. P.
Whltlng ? s'sV: Anthony beat P. J. Reilly's Still
True- D. Ersklnc's Lavender beat E. M Kel
logg's Sweet Emma; Curtis & Son's Cash beat
X Baumeister's Warrior; J. H. Rosseter s
Risky Attempt a bye; J. H. Rosseter s Royal
Ann beat it. K. Malcolms Aeneas; Russell.
Allen & Wilson's Daisy Clair beat R. K. Mal
colm's Agamemnon: P. McCabe'S Sky Blue beat
Russell Allen & Wilson's Wild Swede; R. L.
Taylor's (names) Torment beat H. Germain s
Tallac- R K. Malcolm's Athena beat Curtis &
Son's Flying Fox; Curtis & Son's Beacon beat
G M. Abercrombie's Rock Island King; C C.
Grlswold's Master Workman beat J. M. Hal
ton's May in. stead; D. J. Healey's Lady Clare
beat Dally & Sebein's Gypsy; J. H. Rosseter
Random Aim beat Asa K. Ne well's (names)
T Hall's Rough Rider; Russell, Allen & Vv 11
--son's Master Clair beat H. Lynch" s Lexington;
Curtis & Son's Narcissus beat G. M. Aber
crombie's Miss Richmond; D. J. Healey's Mag
gie N beat Russoll. Allen & Wilson's Roaie
Clair ■ Russell, Allen & Wilson's Belle Clair
beat E. M. Kellogg' s lowa Maid; T. Bane's
Wait a Bit beat J. H. Rosseter' s Rapid Addi
tion; P. McCabe's Craig Boy beat J. H. Har
rison's Hot Haste: D. J. Healey's Amarosa
beat R. Strehl's Three Cheers; Curtis & Son's
Vulcan beat F. Passon's Idler; R. E. de B.
Lopez's Wanda beat H. W. Rike's Nancy R; R.
E de B Lopez's (names) N. P. Whiting's Mln
neola beat I"). J. Healey's O'Hara; J. H. Perigo's
Bohe beat Hurley & Riley"s Lucretia Borgia;
R. Prlngle's Honor Bright beat J. H. Rosseter's
Round About. •
Open slake— F. Passon's (names) Merry
Maiden beat A. Johnson's Lowlander; G. J.
Panario's Old Glory, a bye; P. J. Mclnerny's
Tommy Rex beat W. Letcher's (names) Bryan;
George Shannon's (names) Walt a Little beat
M. Ryan's (names) Blue Rock; H. P. Ander
son's Crawford Lad beat P. J. Mclnerney's
Reglna; Handy & Smith's Jennie Wilson beat
W. Letcher's (names) Sandow; H. F. Ander
son's Crawford Braes beat R. L. Taylor's
(names) Bounding Belle; J. Connell's Log Boy
beat F. A. McComb's Flush; J. P. Thrift's
Forget beat H. A. Deckelman's Glen Chloe;
P. J. Rrllly's Ploughboy beat Gun Abercrom
bie's Rock Island Boy; T. J. Harrington's
(names) Beau Peep beat Gus Abercrombie's
Irma; F. A. McComb's Little Joker beat J.
Dennis' (names) The Devil; Pasha Kennels'
Kmin Pasha beat Handy <& Smith's Ida; James
•Sheridan's Forest Queen beat W. Letcher's
(names) Bull Hill; Ernest Adams' St. Gertrude
beat I. F. Halton's Tic-Tac; Gaa Abercrom
bl»'s "Victor King beat Ernest Adams' Traveler ;
Pasha Kennels' Metallic beat T. Hall's Non
pareil; R. L. Taylor' n (names) Mose beat
Pasha Kennels' Rollicking Air; J. Dennis'
(names) October Woodcock beat R. L. Taylor's
(names) Wild Lassie; John Kerrigan's Con
queror beat J. Seggerson's Gold Hill; Lowe A
Thompson's Prince Ha! beat T. Kelly's (names)
Wlldwood; J. O'Shea's Young America beat J.
J. Edmonds' Morning Glory; F. A. McComb's
Bonnie Scotland beat Hurley & Riley's Star of
Cuba; Handy & Smith's Magic beat Aeneld
Kennels' Maid of Erin; H. A. Deckelman's
Pet Kirby beat. H. Lynch' s Lottie M; JP. J.
Reilly's Warship beat Aeneld Kennels' Pre
tender; J. P. Thrift's Brutus beat Hurley &
Riley's O X Capitol; J. Connell's Senorlta
beat E. & R. Scott's Lord Byron; Handy &
Smith's Petronius beat J. Seggerson's Cande
laria; A. Johnson's Mountain Beauty beat
James Sheridan's Forest King: R. E. de B.
Lopez's (names) Rochester beat A. Johnson's
Tod Sloan; Ed Evatt's Hurricane beat W.
Letcher's (names) What-er-Lou.
AT INGLESIDE.
Lively Hares Give the "Hounds
Some Long Runs.
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Coursing Park were treated to a good
day's sport yesterday. Two stakes were
run— the Non-winner's stake of ninety-six
dogs and the Champion stake of sixteen
dogs. The hares were an exceptionally
lively lot and in most of the courses gave
the hounds long runs.
The betting was very spirited through
out the day, and although the favorites
won In most courses still some good long
shots upset the talent, the best being the
win of Moran & O' Neil's Irene H from
Mialmo. as good as 7 to L In his run
against Richmond Maid, J. Kane's Crusoe
got cold feet after a few yards' run and
ijuit. The finals in both events will be
run to-day. The day's results follow:
Champion stake— James Deane's Connemara
beat T. J. McHugh's Moss Rose; H^ A. Deck
pdman'B Lawrence beat D. Shannon' a t>ou
brette; Handy & Smith's Twin City Girl beat
T. Melnerny's Johnnie It; T. J. Cronin's Wild
Trale<» beat Curtis & Sons Cavalier; Curtis &.
Son's Luxor bc-ai 11. A. Deckelman's Flyaway;
Kus-.sell, Allen & Wilson's I-ady HerechW beat
Lowe & Thompson's Jessamy; T. J. Cronin's
Thornhill beat T. Mclnerny s Norah; E. U.
Kell.-KK's Kid McCoy beat Kay & Trant's
Hawker.
Nun-winners' stake — J. Jones' Moonlight beat
Kelly it Hanley's Baby King; J. O'Dowd s
ver beat James liyrnes Nellie B; Kay
ft Trams Eclipse beat W. Aiken's Melba; J.
Mooneys Silent Treasure beat Shepper &
Powers' Matchless; J. Farley's Cash Day beat
A. Weber' h Montana; J. ii. Rounlng's Kt-rry
Gow beat R. Attridge's Masterpiece; J. Brad
shaw's Hazpl Dell be;it Key & Trant's Leo
nora; J. Byrnes' Olympus beat A. Van den
Burgh's American Eagle beat Locker & Lyons
beat Moran & Obeli's Nellie H; A. Van den
Burgs' American Eagle bent Locker & L y° n9 '
Dick L; T. Logan's Miss Grizzle beat T. J.
Cronin's Arab; J. C. Flynn's Hicks beat Kay &.
Trantß Carlotta; D. Shannon's Safeguard beat
I>. ("ronln's Swlnnertnn; F. Brown's Sweet
Briar b-at M. Mlchalek's Scot Free; T. Fan
nlnp's Babe Murphy beat James Dlckson's
Black Bpfs; Handy "& Smith's Lady Hugo beat
T. Mom-e's Decency; D. Ford's Anita beat A.
Ohmeyer*e Lady Napoleon; George Burfelnd's
Pfaßtime boat T. Mannlx's Water Witch; T. J.
MeHugh'B Maid of the Mill beat E. M. Kel
logg's Hummer; Locker & Lyons" Molock beat
F. Murphy's Gilt Edge; J. I. O'Brien's States
man beat M. B. Kavanujfh's Hard Lines; E.
M Kellogge Lady Ollmore beat G. H. Liihu
sen's Fireball; Handy & Smith's Victor beat
H. Pinkh&m's Newsboy; A. Ohmeyer's Lord
Scattercaab heat J. Bradbury's Sardonic; A.
s Hadiwist beat Con Grau's Ji^hn D;
3 K"»-nan's Royal liuck beat James McCor
mack's Primrose; P. M. ClarkEon's I'.laclc
Hawk beat J. Kennedy's Ever Shore; Perry
Kerwin'fl l>;i.ly Garnett beat J. Kennedy's Wine
West; M. 'ilynn's Richmond Maid beat J.
Kane's Crusoe; W". C, CKiasson's Border Valen
tine beat T. J, Cronin's Rose of Tralee; J.
Byrnes' Eleven Spot beat T. J. McHugh'B Em-
W, H. Jones' Prince Jerome b<>iv* E.
Baumelster's Winning Ways; I»vre & Thomp-
B q's J'l m McDonald beat J. Kennedy's Night
Time; Handy & Smith's Free and Easy beat
D. !" r • : Juanlta; Corkery &• Hore's Douglas
beat B. Hansen's O\ir Climate; d. Ford's Bn
nita beat Curtis & Bon'fl McKinley; Mun'hy >fe
Tnland's Tea Ri ■ beat Lawler & Watson's
Richmond Lead; loran & O' Nell's Irene H
beat .T. Dean's .Mialmo; W. H. Jones' Lady
Marlon bent Kay >t Trant's Lady Ethel; P.
Reilly's Expense beat P. Heran's Lndy Wash
ington; M. Mlchalek's Glenroy beat S. Han
sen's li. S. Conley; Curtis & Son's Commodore
beat John Kennedy's Lily Wheeler; M. P.. Kav
nnnßh's Swedish beat H. Lynch's Loiterer; J.
Quane'H Marietta beat A. A. Duncan's Royal
Chief; A. Ohmeyer's Occidental beat F. Perry's
Jennie Deane; H. A. Deckelman's Prince
George bent C. Peach's Lady Peach; XV. C.
Glasson's Terronite beat Murphy & Tolands
Ornament.
GUNMEN SMASH
BLUEROCKS AT
ALAMEDA POINT
The brilliant shooting of Clarence C.
Nauman under circumstances that can
not be considered more than ordinarily
favorable was the feature of the Empire
Gun Club holiday match held at Alameda
Point yesterday. During the forenoon
Nauman broke ninety-nine bluerocks out
of 100 thrown from the trap. From early
morning until sunset bluerocks were
smashed by the contesting gunners. Four
(■-vents out of five on the programme were
shot off, and to-day four have >een ar
ranged for the pleasure of the contest
ant?.
The first event was one of fifteen birds;
entrance 75 cents; class shooting; three
moneys. Nauman and B. Sehultz tied
with a clean score in this event and di
vided first money. Rohwer, Webb. Ross
and Olsen divided second money and W.
Murdock and Fred Feudner gathered in
the third division. The entries and "birds
killed" by each contestant in the first
event follow: Paul Bancroft, 12; R. Ros
enberg, 10; Tom Donnelly, 10; J. L. Hazen,
7; M. McDonnell, 10; E. Olsen. 14; D. M.
Baker, 12, 11. Justins, 11; J. Burns, 9; J H.
Durst, 11; John Taylor, 7; "Chestnut," 10;
V. La Motte, y; C. S. Rohwer. 14;
C. C. Paul, 9; C. W. Debenham. 12; W.
MurdDck, 13; O. Feudner, 10; Clarence C.
Nauman. 15; A. J. Webb, 14; E. Schultz,
15; J. Ross. 14; F. Feudner. 13.
In the second event Nauman again got
within the first money, but Webb tied
him without a miss and they divided the
prize, high guns taking the purse. Fol
lowing is the score: O. Feudner 13, Nau
man 15, "Webb 15, Schultz 14, RO6s 10, F.
Feudner 14, "Chestnut" 12, Murdock 10,
Baker 13, V. La Motte 10, Bancroft 13.
The third event was for twenty birds,
Magautrap entrance $1; $5 added; class
shooting, three moneys. Nauman was
crowded out of first money in this event,
Price, Debenham and Jones dividing the
purse. Feudner, Nauman, Webb, Justins
and "Chestnut" came in for a division of
the second money and I^a Motte, Donnelly.
Murdock and McDonald took a fourth
each of fourth money. The score of this
event follows: O. Feudner 17, Nauman 17,
Webb 17, Schultz 15, Ross 12, F. Feudner
15. V. La Motte IG, M. McDonnell 16, Ban
croft 15. Baker 12, "Chestnut" 17, Rohwer
15, Rosenberg 13. Mitchell 13, Paul 10, Olsen
15, Justins 17, Donnelly 16, Murdock 16,
Bruns 15, Durst 15, Tavlor 7, Shaw IS, Deb
enham 18. Alden 11, Foster 13, Andrus 12,
Price 18.
The fourth event occupied the interest
of all the gunners present, as it was the
only prize match on the programme.
Prizes of various values were put up by
the club and local business houses. The
gunners were divided into thirteen classes
and the game for the prizes commenced.
They stood six In a row facing the traps
and for two hours shells exploded with
the even cadence of a machine gun.
The score on the first round of twenty
birds from which the gnnners were
classified follows: V. La Motte 17, Hine
10, Walker 13, Pell 13, H. D. Swales 12,
Cot i f) ST» VTNSOIt
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Hazen 7, O. Feudner 18, Nauman 19, Webb
IS, Schultz 17. Ross 17, F. Feudner 18, Ban
croft 16, Haver \2, William Ireland 11,
Rlcklefson 17, Durst Vj, F. W. Peters 11,
Baker 14, McDonnell 13, Lewis 8, Olsen
14, Justins 15, Dr. Gere 10, Donnelly 11. Dr.
Alden 9, Rohwer 17, Justin Paul 9, Deben
hnm 16, Krug 9, Golcher 15, Price 16, Fos
ter 18, Andrus 15, Bruns 17, Murdock 15, C.
E. Engelhart 17, Taylor !», Tallerson 15,
Mitchell 11. Hyde 14, Haight 17, Green 4,
L. Vosburg-h 16, Peltier 10, Dr. Parent 13,
L. Javet 13, Dr. Cornwall 4. Anderson 15.
After the classification the ties were
shot off and the prizes awarded. Nau
man and Durst divided the first prize of
the fir.it class, J2O. The positions occupied
by the other gunners, the prizes In each
class being awarded according to posi
tion, follow. Secobd class— Webb, first;
F. Feudner, second; Foster, third. Third
class — Ross, first; Rohwer, second;
Schultz, third. Fourth class— Bancroft,
first; Price, second; Debenham, third.
Fifth class— Murdock. first; Anderson,
second; Vosburg, third; Golcher, fourth.
.Sixth class— Baker, first; Olson, second;
Dr. Hyde, third: McDonnell, fourth. Sev
enth class— Walker, first; Dr. Parent, sec
ond; Javete, third. Eighth class— Haver,
first: Swales, second. Nir.'h class—lre
land, first; Peters, second; Mitchell, third;
Donnelly, fourth. Tenth class— Huie, nrsr;
Dr. Gere, second; Peltier, third. Elev
enth class — Dr. Alden, first; King-, second;
Paul, third; Taylor, fourth. Twelfth
class — Lewis, first. Thirteenth class —
Hazen* first.
The day was an ideal one for a shoot,
but owing to the length of the contest
the gunners became tired. Notwithstand
ing: this, the average made by the Bports
men was good, but all, with the usual
excuses for yesterday's performance,
promise to lay all past efforts In the
shade.
SOLDIERS TO PLAY BALL.
The First California^, full of the mar
tial ardor they developed In the Philip
pines and anxious to show their powers
In other fields, will oppose the Oakland
Heesemans in a game of ball at the Pre
sidio athletic grounds on Sunday, Septem
ber 17. A hot contest is expected, as the
soldiers have several crack hall players
in their team, while the Heesemans are
rioted as a splendid combination. Follow
ing are the teams:
Regimentals— Hob Eager, catcher; Gar
rison, pitcher; Prnll, first base; Valento,
second base; Fiske, third base; Wall,
shortstop; Nickolson, left field; Zann, cen
ter field; Ritter, right Hold; Westrand and
Bheeban, substitutes.
Heesemans— Thomas. pitcher; Shea,
catcher; Today, first base: Kane, second
base; Lutgen, third base; Bolk. left field;
Cline, center field; l>hner. right field.
Builders' Contracts.
Albert 'Whit* (owner) with Val Franz (con
tractor), architects Copeland & Pierce — All
v- ! 1< f,>r alterations and additions to a 2-story
frame building on lot on NE corner of Western
Addition block MO 'S\V corner of Lombard and
Baker streets); J3HS.
S. C. Bvmon Inwn-r) with L. G. Ber^ren (con
tractor and architect— Carpenter work, plastfr
ln£, brick and electric work for a 8-Story frame
building (flats) on lot on E lino of Mississippi
Street, 25 S of Eichteenth (Solano). E 100 by
S X: $1455.
LATE SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
SAILRD.
Saturday, September 9.
Stmr Santa Cruz, Gielow, southern coast.
DOMESTIC PORT.
SEATTLE— Arrived Sept &— Br ship Alice A
LfMgh. from Yokohama.
Sailed Sept 9- Stmr F'ropreso, for San Fran
cisco; stmr KimnoK-p. for Pt Michael.
OCEAN TRAVEL.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
'»». Steamers leave Broadway
' rWJTjn wharf. San Francisco.
i t- ; c-:^*?'^ For Alaskan, ports. 10 a. m..
■ |^>fWW I 8&k September S. S. IS. 18. 23. 2S.
' KS\ P.^.r-* IF?\ "October 3. chanpe at Seattle.
' IMSyt^ \"?V-J For Victoria. Vancouver (B.
! jMWfj.J>r^**?t« C). Port Townsend, Seattle.
; f^ k *ts£fi'f/ji\ Taeoma. Everett. Anacortes
and New Whatcom (Wash.),
10 a. m. September 3, S. 13, 18,
2S. 2S, October 3. and every fifth day thereafter:
chance at SeattK to this company's steamers
for Alaska and O. N. Ry. : at Taeoma to N.
P. Ry. ■ Nt Vancouver to C. P. Ry.
1-or Eureka (Humboldt Bay), 2 p. m.. Sep-
tember 1, 6. 11, 16. 21, 26. October 1, and every
firth day therea er.
For Santa Cruz. Monterey San Simeon.
rayiicoH, Port Harford (Pan Luis OhlsnrO.
Oavlnta. Santa Barbara, Ventura. Hueneme.
San Pedro. East San P°dro (Los AncH<>?> and
Newport. 9 a. m.. September 1. 5, 9. 13. 17. 21.
25.- 2?, October 3, and every fourth day there-
after.
For Pan Pl#ko, stopping only nt Port Har-
ford (Pan Luis ObfsnoV SRit-> Barbara, Port
Los Anppl<>(< and Redondo (I,©* Angeles), 11 a.
m.. September S. 7. 11, 18. 19. 23. 27. October 1.
and every fourth day thereafter.
For Ensenada. Ma^dalena Bay, Pan Jose del
Cabo, Mazntlan, Altata, La Pas, Santa Rosalia
rind Guaymas (Mex.). 10 a. m., 7th of each
month.
For further Information obtain folfl«r.
The company reserves the right to change
without previous notice steamer?, rutting dates
arri r^ur« of !.fH!!r,(r.
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FADE $12 First Class Including Bert*
VMiL $8 Second Class and Meals.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA Tails
..Sept. „ 15. 25; Oct. 5. 15. 25
COLUMBIA sails. .Sept. 111. TO. 30; Oct. 10, 20. 30
Short line to Walla Walla, Spokane. Butte,
Helena and all points in the Northwest.
Through tickets to all points East.
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, £30 Market st
GOODALL. PERKINS & CO.,
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©S&ftjtf&fMfl The at s 2 Australia
"A"* f °r Honolulu
ITS * Wednesday, Septem-
O ;/•-.": ber 20. at 2 p. m.
QtiTJL'SX B. 8. Maripnsa sails
nMftMSn D<J vla Honolulu and
CyiWMUIIIV Auckland for Sydney
(o!DF)(lR^ Wednesday, October
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ADVERTISEMENTS.
UNITED STATES BRANCH.
STATEMENT
OF THE
CONDITION AND AFFAIRS
OF THE
British = America
ASSURANCE COMPANY
OF TORONTO. CANADA. ON THE 31ST
day of December, A. D. 1898. and for the
I year ending on that day as made to the In-
surance Commissioner of the State of Cali-
fornia pursuant to the provisions of Sections
610 and 611 of the Political Code, condensed as
per blank furnished by the Commissioner.
ASSETS.
Real Estate owned by Company
Loans on Bonds and Mortgages $10,000 00
Cash Market Value of all Stocks and
Bonds owned by C0mpany.......... 338,0.2 75
Amount of Loans secured by pledge
of Bonds, Stocks and other market-
able securities as collateral
Cash In Company's office
Cash in Banks •• •• «- 188 60
Interest due and accrued on all
Stocks and Loans •.••••. »•"* "
i Interest due and accrued on Bonds
! and Mortgages '^"AlnlV
! Premiums in due course of Collec-
.. ZOS.WHI 1*
i Bills" receivable! "not' Matured, taken
for Fire and Marine Risks 8 388 **
Total Asset-.... ' ..11.271.481 11

LIABILITIES.
! Losses adjusted and unpaid $60,602 05
I Losses In process of Adjustment or
in Suspense Of , OoS w" '
Losses resisted, including expenses.. 9,880 00
Gross premiums on Fire Risks run-
ning one year or less, $035,753 34; re-
Insurance 50 per cent 817,875 57
Gross premiums on Fire Risks run-
ning more than one year, $425,35S 65:
reinsurance pro rata 228,098 <Z
Gross premiums on Marine and In-
land Navigation Risks, $30,459 07;
reinsurance 100 per cent 80,459 07
Gross premiums on ' Marine Time
Risks, $5,765 77; reinsurance 50 per
cent - 2,882 89
All other demands against the Com-
pany 60,754 04
Total Liabilities $768.451 13 j
INCOME.
Net Cash actually received for Fire
premiums .., $858,633 71
Net Cash actually received for Ma-
rine premiums 161, 605 67
Received for Interest on Bonds and
Mortgages
Received for interest on Bonds,
Stocks, Loans and from all other
sources 42,776 04
Total Income ..$1.063,065 32
EXPENDITURES.
Net amount paid for Fire Losses (In-
cluding $ losses of pre-
vious years) $543,078
Net amount paid for Marine Losses
(Including $ losses of pre-
vious years) 117,717 90
Dividends to Stockholders
Paid or allowed for Commission or
Brokerage 198,838 23
Paid for Salaries, Fees and other
charges lor officer?, clerks, etc 49,032 42
Paid for State, National and local
taxes 81.890 87
All other payments and expendi-
tures •*. 76,007 90
Total Expenditures $1,017,625 99
Losses Incurred during the year $676,875 56
Risks and Premiums. ( Fire Risks, j Premiums, j
Net amount of Risks
written during the
year $108,120,761 $1,128,965 69
Net amount of Risks
expired during the
year 94.627.756 1.187.918 70 |
Net amount In force!
December 31, 1898 ; 106,710,300 1,061,14189!
" Mar. Risks. i Premiums.
Net amount of Risks
written during the
year $23,268,603 $208,177 71 [
Net amount of Risks
expired during the
year 23,503,602 213,835 21
Net amount In force
December 31. IS9B 1.876.154 36,224 84
J. J. KENNY, Vice President.
P. H. SIMS. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to befor* me this 24th
day of January. 1599. H. D. GAMBLE.
Notary Public.
DAVIS & WATSON,
GENERAL AGENTS,
322 PSNE STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
OCEAN TRAVEL.
AMERICAN LINE.
NEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON, PARIS.
Stopping at Cherbourg, westbound.
From New York Every Wednesday, 10 a. m. \
St. Louis Sept. 201 St. Louis Oct. 11
Rt. Paul Sept. 27 St. Paul Oct. IS
New York Oct. 4 New York Oct. 25 ■
RED STAR LINE.
New York and Antwsrn.
From New York Every Wednesday, 12 noon.
■, Kensington Sept. 20! South Oct. 11
i Nordland Sept 27 Westernland Oct. 18 i
i Friesland Oct. 4 Kensington Oct. 25 I
EMPIRE LINE.
Septic St. Michael; Dawson Cltv.
For full information regarding freight and I
passage apply to
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY, |
SO Montgomery st.. or any of Its agencies. ,
TOYO KISEN KAISIIA.
STEAMERS WILL LEAVE WHARF. COR- !
ncr First and Brannan streets, 1 p. m., for I
YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at '>
Kobe (Hiogo), Nagasaki and Shanghai, and ;
connecting at Hongkong with steamers for !
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day
of saillnc.
NIPPON MART 7 Tuesday. September 12
AMERICA MAP.U Friday, October 6 I
HONGKONG MARU Wednesday, Nov. 1
Round-trip ticket? at reduced rates. For
I freiph! and passage apply at company's office
; 421 Market St.. cor. First.
I W. H. AVERT, General A^ent.
COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIC^
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS. „ - '
I Sailing Every Saturday at 10 a. m '^%ffyv\t
1 from Pier 42. North River, foot of '
I Morton st. LA GASCOGNE. Sept. 16; LA
BRETAGNE. Sept. 2S: LA TOURAINE, Sept
SO: LA NORMANDIE, Oct. 7: LA CHAM-
PAGNE, Oct. 14. First-class to Havre, $65 and '
upward, B per cent reduction on round trip I
Second-class to Havre, $45. 10 per cent reduc- '■
tion on round trip. GENERAL AGENCY FOR !
UNITED STATES AND CANADA, 32 Broad- :
i way (Hudson building). New York. J. F. FU- '
; GAZI ft CO.. pacific Coast Agents, 5 Montgom-
-1 cry nve.. San Francisco. -*
BAY AND RIVER STEAMERS.
FOB I). S. NAVY-YARD AND VALLEJO.
Steamer "Monticello."
MON., Tues., Wed.. Thurs. and Sat. at 9:45
a. m., 3:15. 8:30 p. m. (ex. Thurs. night), Fri-
days, 1 p. m. and 8:30: Sundays. 10:30 a. m., 8 '
p. m. Landing and office. Mission-street Dock
Pier No. 2. Telephone Main 1508.
FARE 50 0 I
RAILROAD TRAVEL.
Santa Fe Route
San Francisco to Chicago.
THE MOST COMFORTABLE WAY ACROSS
THE CONTINENT.
EVERT DAT IN THE YEAR PULLMAN
PALACE AND PULLMAN UPHOLSTERED '
TOURIST CARS LEAVE OAKLAND MOLE I
FOR CHICAGO AND THE EAST. TAKE !
MARKET-STREET FERRY AT 5:30 P. M.
I- :
DINING-ROOMS ARE MANAGED by MR
fred HARVEY. AND ARE perfect IN
every detail. serving MEALS AT
regular hours and reasonable
rates:
no other LINE offers so many IN-
DUCEMENTS AS the SANTA fe route.
ban francisco ticket OFFICE. 623
market st. TELEPHONE MAIN 1531.
OAKLAND OFFICE. 1118 Broadway.
SACRAMENTO OFFICE. 201 J Street. .
BAN JOSE OFFICE, 7 W. Santa Clara Street
RAILROAD TRAVEL.
SOVTITF.ira I* AC* VIC COMPANY*
(PACIFIC SVRTBIO
Train* 'fine unit mt« ilno to nrrlve at
H\y VHAXViSV*>.
(Main Line, Foot of .Mar Street)
lea vi — From Ai-oi-st 2, 1399. — arkivi
7:OOa Benicia, Stiisnn And Sacramento.. .. Ss4Sp
7:OOa MarjEville. OroTuleand Usdding tla
Woodland 5:43r
7:OOa Elmira, VacaTllle and Rurasey 8:30p '
7::tOA Martinez, San Itamon, Vailejo. Xapa,
Calistoaa md Santa Rosa 6:1 Up
8:00 a Atlautio lixpress, Ogilen and East.. 9(494 ■
tiltOA San .lose, Livermore, Ktocktnn,
lone, Sacramcuto, I'laccrfllle,
Mnrysvllle. (hico. lteiVUlnff 4t1.1r
B>3oa •Milton, Oa!;dale and Konor.i 4:15p
8:30 a Yo?;mite Valley via OaJtdale and
Chinese 4sl3p
S:OOa Hayrvards, Niles and Way Stations. I!i43a
O:00a Martinez, Tracy, l.atbrop, Stockton,
Merced and Fresno 12:13p
•iOOa Fresno, .UakeislieM Santa Ijurlmro,
Lea Angeles, Doming. El Paso,
New Orleans and East 8:43r
19:OOa Vollejo, Martinez and Way Stations 7:43p
X 1 :OOa Haywarda. t»':les and Way Stations. «:«p
12:00 m Nik-s, LJtrermore. Stockton. Sacra-
mento, Mcndota. Ilanford, Visalia,
Pcrterrille 4:IBp
•ItOOp Sacramento IMverStoimcra •StOOp
8:OOp Haywards. Nile* and Way Stations. , Oi4sp
4>OOr Martinet San lUn:oii, Vailejo,
Napa. (;ati*TjKa, Sauta Rosa OilSa
4iUoj> Benicia, VacaviUe, Sacramento^
Woodland, Knights Landing,
MarysTlllo, Oro?illo 1O:4»*
4iS9pNi!es, Kan Jose and Stockton 7:1 Up
«J:80p Y(ifemit>- Sleeping Car for Raymond 12:13*
««OOpThe Owl. Trac7. Fresno. Bakers-
field, Saugus Cor Santa Barbara,
I Los Angeles Bt43i
SißOp Stockton. Merced, Fresno 18:15p
$i3op Martinez, Tracy, Mendota, Fresno,
Mojare end l.os Angeles Bi43a.
oiBOp Santa Fo Route, Atlautio Kxpreat
(or Mojave ami Host «:43p
•IOOr Chtcago-Sau Franciaco Special, Ogdeu
■ and Uuet Bi3op
•:OOp Haywarda, Niles ard San Jose 7i4i>a.
♦«:OOp Valiejo 12:lBr
|7ioop Vailejo. Port Conta and Way Bta*
tlons t»tBS»
0:OOp Oregon Kxpress, SacnvWento, Marys.
ville, Ui-tl«llii(r, I'ottlan.l. I'iigel
Hnuii(laii') l':iat Mil
COAST DIVISION (Nnrrotr Gauge).
(Foot of Market Street.) -
~tT>4SA Santa Cruz Excursion for Santa
Crus and Principal Wtiy Stationt JB«o3f
Bit 8 A Newark, CcnttrTilh-.Han Jose, Felton,
Boulder Creek.SantaOruz and Way
Stations 8iB«»
•StlOp Newark, Centerville, Ban Jose, New
Almaden, Feiton, lioulder Creok, .
Santa Cruz and Principal Way
Stations •I»«3«a
4>lSp San .lose. Olenwood and Way Sta-
tions »»80A
Mltlßp Felton. Santa Crna and Way Bta-
tions /»i2oa
! , CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
Frim SIR /RiNCISCO— Fcot of Market Street (Slip 8)—
•7:15 9:00 11:00 a.M. 11:23 '2:33 }3:C3
•4:00 tS:OO *6:C3p.m.
rrimOAlUHD— foot of Broadwar.— 'o:oo 8:00 10:00 a.m.
1 12 :CQ »l:00 12:00 *3:00 tl:QO «B:OQf.ii.
COAST l)t VISION (Broad flange). ,
(Third and Townsend Sts.)
•6:1 ©A Ocean View. Soutb «an Frandeco.. *G:3Op
•7iOOa San Jon mid Way Stations (New
Alinadon Wednesdays o-jly) «8:00 a
17:SOa Sunday Excursion for Santa Cruz,
Pucilio Grove and Principal Way
Stations :Sx33»
9iooa San Joae, Traa I'inon, Kanta Cruz.
Pacilic Grove. Paso ICoblcs, Saa
l.vis Oliispo, Surf, Lompoo and
Principal Wny fiiationa 4«l©p
■ •: I«A Sau Jose ami Way Station 6:83 a
lIiSOa San Joso ami Way Stations Ii3O»
•lt>4sp San Matfo. Redwood. Monlo Park,
Palo Alto. Santa Clara, Sun .lose,
• Hollister,' Santa <'rnf. SaUnai.
Monterey ai:d Paclllo Grove •I«:3*A
•Bit{»p San Jose, Santa Cruz, Paciiio Grot*
and Principal Way Stations »7:8 Op
♦4ilsp San Joseaiul Principal Way Stations 9:43 a
•5:()«p Ban Joso and Principal Way Stations *S:3sa
5:30r San Jose ami Principal WayStatious # 0:OOa
BiSOp San Jose ami Wuy Stations 8:30p
t11:45r San Joseaiul Way Stations YHWrtv
A for Morning. P for Afternoon.
•Sunday excepteil. t Sunday only. t Saturday only.
h.Satnrday and Sunday • /Suuday and Monday
! CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERN fiY. CO.
I_iS3SSEHI
SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Tiburon Ferry, Foot oi Market St.
BAN FRANCISCO TO SAN RAFAEL.
j WEEK DAYS— 9:CO, 11:00 a. m. ; 12:35.
8:30, 6:10, 6:30 p. m. Thursdays— Extra trip
at 11:30 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips at I:s*
and 11:30 p. in,
SUNDAYS— 9:20. 11:00 a. m.; 1:30, 8:30,
, 6:00, 6:20 p. in.
SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO.
: WEEK DAYS— 6:IO, 7:50, 9:20, 11:10 a. m.; 12:45,
3:40. 5:15 p. m. Saturdays Extra trips at
1:65 and 6:35 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 8:40, 11:10 a. m.; 1:40, 3:40, 5:05.
i '::■ p. m.
Between San Francisco and Schuetzea Park
! came schedule as above.
Leave I . Arrive
Ban Francisco- In Effect Sain Francisco.
. April 16, .
Week Sun- 1*99. ' Sun- "Week
Days. days. I Destination, days. Days.
■ 7:30 am S:00 am Novato, 10:40 am 8:40 am
8:30 pm 6:30 am Petaluma, 6:o' pm 10:25 ara
6:10 pni 5:00 pm Santa Kosa. 7:35 pm 6:20 pia
Fulton,
' 730 am Windsor. 10^5 ana
Healdsbur?,
Lytton,
Geyservllle,
t:tO pm 8:00 am Gloverdale, 7:35 pm 6:20 pra
7:80 am j Hopland and I 10:25 an*
8:30 pin I 8:00 am Uklah. 1 7:86 pm 6:20 pa
7:30 am/ ] 10:25 am
8:00 am Guernevllle. 7:38 pm
11:30 pm 6:20 pra
Ia 1 .
7:30 am 8:00 am Sonoma 10:40 ami 8:40 am
and I
1:10 pm 5:00 pra Glen Ellen. 6:05 pm| 6:20 p:a
7:80 am 8:00 am ! Sebastopol. 10:40 am 10:25 ana,
3:80 pm 5:00 pm! I 7:35 pm 6:20 pro)
Stages connect at Santa Roc a for Mark West
Springs and White Sulphur Springs; at Lyttoa
for Lytton Springs; at Geyserville for Skagrga
Sprmga; at Cloverdale for the Geysers; at Hop-
land for Duncan Springs, Highland Springs,
Kelseyville, Carlsbad Springs, Soda Bay. Lake-
port and Bartlett Springs; at Ukiah for Vichy
Springs, Saratoga Springs, Blue Lakes, Laurel
Dell Lake, Witter Springs, Upper Lake, Porno,
Potter Valley, John Day's, Riverside, Llerley's,
Bucknell's, Sanhedrin Heights, Hullville,
Brvonevllle. Philo, Christine, Soda Springs..
Navarro, Whitesboro, Albion, Little River,
| Orr's Hot Springs, Mendocino City. Fort Bragg ,
I Weatport. Usal, WUlitts. Laytonville, Cum-,
ning's. Bell's Springs, Harris, Olsen's, Dyer,,
I Bcotia and Eureka.
Saturday to Monday round trip tickets at
I reduced rates.
On Sundays round trip tickets to all point*
I beyond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket Of flees. 650 Market St.. Chronicle bid*.
H. C. WHITING, R. X. RYAN,
General Manager. Gen,. Pass. Agent.
NORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD.
Via Ssiuwllto Ferry.
Commencing September 1, ISS9.
FROM SAN FRANCIS* 0 TO MILL VALLEY
AND SAN RAFAEL.
WEEK DAYS— 7:OO, »8:00. 30. 11:00 a. m.;
•1-45. 3:£o, 4:00, 5:15. '6:00. 6:30 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS— For Mill Valley and San
Rafael on Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays
! and Sundays, at 000 and 11:30 p. m.
SUNDAYS— *B. -00. •9:00. *10:00, 11:00, 11:30
i a. m.; 1:00. -1:45, '2:30, M:00. 5:30. 6.45 p. m.
i 11:00 a. m does not ran to San Raf '' Sundays.
I 5:30 p. m does not run to Mill Val y Sundays.
! Trains marked (•) run to San O^^?A rar .
FROM SAN RAFAEL TO BAN FRANCISCO
WEEK DAYS— S:2S. *6:40, 7:55. 8:40, »10:20
: a. m.; 12:30. 2:15. '3:40, 1:35, 5:15 p. m.
i EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays, Wednesdays
I and Saturdays at 6:40 and 10:15 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 7:OO. .3:^s:ir 4 .°6:00*. 10 7^ »11:45
a. m. ; 1:00, 2:20, »3:30, *5:15, '6:00. 7:00, 10:1 d
P Tr!iins marked V) run to San Quenttn.
FROM MILL VALLEY TO SAX FRANCISCO.
WKEK DAYS— 6:46, 8:50, 7:35, 5:55, 10:33
a m.- 12:3.".. '-':4r.. 4:55, B:W p. m.
- F\TRA TRIPS on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 7:00. 10:20 p. m.
AYS— B:OO. 10:00. 11:10 a. m.; 12:05,
l-'O 2-40, 3:55. 5:30. 6:30, 10:20 p. m.
, i..v, ».w, J THROUGH TRAINS.
7 -00 am. week Cazadero and way sta'ns.
3-20 p. m. Saturdays — Cazadero and way sta'ns.
S - 00 a m. — Cazadero and way sta'ns.
1:45 p.' m. Sundays— Pt. Reyes and way sta'ns.
THE SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN JQAQUiiI
VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY.
From Jan. 28. 1899, trains will run as follow*:
South-bound. I North-bound.
Passen-I Mixed. I Mixed. Passen-
ger. Sunday Stations. Sunday ger.
Dally. Exc'ptd Kxc'ptd Dally.
7:20 am 10:30 am Stockton I 3:45 pm 6:00 pni
9:10 am 2:05 pm Merced 12:40 pm 4:13 pra
10:40 am 6:35 pm Fresno 9:30 am 2:42 pm
11:38 am 7:45 Dm Han ford 7:45 am 1:45 pra
1:25 pm 12:30 am B&kersfleld 2 :CO am 11-00 am
11:69 am 6:25 pm Vlsalla 6:40 am 1:22 pra
12:15 pm 6:£3 pm Tulare 5:50 am 1:05 pra
Stopping at Intermediate points as required.
For particulars of stage and other connections
inquire at Traffic Department. 821 Marltat at..
San Francisco.
MOUNT TAMALPAIS SCENIC RAILWAY
.i-^e Sun Francisco, via Sau&alito t'errjr.
_Jr" mi " « lc ,l n S SUNDAY. April 23. 1899.
WEB.X DAYS. 9:30 a. m.. and 1:45 p. m.
txtra trip on Monday. Wednesday and Satur-
day at 6:15 p. m Returning Same Even-
Ing, arriving In San Francisco at li.:t»
p. m. .
BUN DAYS. 8. 9. 10 and 11 a. m. and 1:45, l:J>4
_ _ " and 4 p. m.
£*" _ B i. F - to Summit and Return, |1 49.
_ THOS COOK & SON. Agts.. 821 Market st.
Weekly Call, sl.oo per Year

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