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Russell Wins on a Foul,
While the Police Stop the
Turner-Reilly Bout.
The thirty-live rounds of boxing outlined
ca the gramme of the National Ath
letic Club for last night dwindled down to
six, and of these there was only one round
of clean give ■id take hitting. Both Tur
ner and Reilly gave a brilliant exhibition
in the first round of their bout, In the
second round li Illy went down twice and
the police stopped what at the moment
seemed a one-sided match. It was said
afterward that Reilly went down to draw
his opponent's fire, thinking he would rush
In blindly to finish him.
Tho event of the evening was a roaring
farce from first to last, and as such was
hugely enjoyed by the spectators. It
came to a sudden stop in the fourth
round, when Referee Jordan gave the de
cision to Russell on a foul. The foul con
sisted in Van Buskirk biting Russell's ear
until the blood llowed freely. It was an
nounced that the nun would box straight
asbery rules, but the bout developed
into a rough ana tumble, eaten as catch
can affair almost at the nrst Bound of the
Contrary to the reports sent out from
Van Buskirk's training quarters he was
palpaDly not in condition for a fight. Fat
nurig in rouis about ins belt while he was
t-tiuggnng lor breath after the nrst scrim
mage, rtusseii carried do superfluous
tiesh, but be was an exploded "phenom"
alter tne first exchange of blows. He had
no guard apparently, simply standing and
waiting for a blow to land and then
Alter each clinch he showed he was pos
sessed oi great strength by rushing \'an
Busk to the ropes, where he neid him
in a deathlike grip.
Two. \\.isiier\>omen with wet towels
could do more execution than the big fel
lows while they were boxing. Russell
Clinched peatedjy and Van buskirk pep
pered him at snort range, but without
seeming damage. They were roughing it
so much in the first round that Captain
of Police Gilien warned them to desist.
The spectators made preparations to leave
after the first round, as that showed them
the caliber of the men as boxers.
In the second round each landed some
blows, but none were effective. Toward
the end of the round Russell followed Van
Buskirk around the ring, hitting him at
will, but not hard Van Buskirk tried
some wild swings in the third round, all
of which went wide of the mark. The
only effect was to leave him putting like a
wheezy bellows at the end of the round.
In the fourth round the men hugged one
another like dancing bears, while Referee
Jordan grew purple in the face trying to
drag them apart. The round was hardly
halt over when Jordan stopped the men
and awarded the bout to Russell. Tha
foul consisted of biting his ear.
The bout between Turner and Reilly
was merry milling while it lasted, which
was less than two rounds. When the men
came together In the second round they
assumed he crouching position so mucn
favored by "Kid" McCoy. Both feinted
fur a few moments, when Reilly caught
Turner heavily with a left swing on the
he-ad. This aroused Turner to action and
he promptly eked Reilly down.
The latter took a reasonable time before
facing the music again. When he did so
Turner promptly knock him down
again. At this juncture Captain of Police
Gilien 3tepped into the ring i (stopped
the bout. Reilly jumped to his feet and
walked to his corner with a crestfallen
manner. The spectators called for a
draw. Referee Jordan said that as Tur
ner had the best of it up to the time the
bout was stopped by the police he would
give him Ihe decision.
Reilly forced the going In the first round
and made a good showing against Tur
ner, who is a marvclously clever boxer
and stiff puncher. In one exchange it was
give and take, with a chance of either
man going out at any moment. Near the
end of the round Turner knocked Reilly
down and huer caught him twice with left
hocks. Reilly returned the compliment in
kind, drawing blood from Turner's mouth.
When the out was stopped Reilly
looked in much worse condition than he
really was. but with the Franey fatality
fresh in mind Captain Gil len took no
chances of a recurrence of I bat affair.
The betting was 10 to 5 on each fight
throughout the day. Turner and Van Bus
kirk being the favorites. The Paris mu
tti.ils at Harry Coibett's paid $* 25 for
each dollar played on Russell and $7 "> for
Russell was seconded by Munroe. Martin
Murphy and "Jimmy" Lawlor, while in
Van Buskirk's corner were Frank Bur
ton, Al Neill and ".lack" Morris.
"Skeets M Martin Lands Two Mounts
and Lester Beiff One.
LONDON, Oct. 12.-At the third day's
racing of the Newmarket second October
meeting -day Mambrino won the Ditch
Mile Nursery. Downham, ridden by Mar
tin, was second I.< 1 Hulcot third. Sloan
rode Perdicus, 6 to 1, and was unplaced.
The Heath stakes were won by Georgi
ana, with L. Reiff in the saddle. Sati was
second and Elfin, Sloan up, was third.
Nine horses ran. The betting was 5 to
2 against Elfin.
Tho Prendergast stakes were won by
Bettyfield; Martin up. Jouevene, Sloan
up; was second. Seven horses ran. The
betting was 6 to 1 against Jouevene and
31 to 1 against Bettyfield.
A mile selling plate was won by Nipper,
Martin up. Goodrich, with L. Reiff up,
was second. Eleven horses ran. The bet
ting was 10 to 1 against Nipper.
Stanford's Freshman Team.
Manager Berry to-day submitted the
names of the freshmen who are eligible to
play in the annual Intercollegiate fresh
man game, which takes place on the Fol
som street grounds. San Francisco, on the
2Sth of this month. From these names
will be picked eleven men who will form
the team to go against Berkeley. The
following are the men:
Barnhelsel, rowell, Hanverman, Geer,
Caglieri. F. Crawford. Luck. Murphy,
Ackerman, Roberts. < Campbell, Rees. ...
Crawford, Collins, Crowfoot Willot, Low
enthal, Raitt, Lee. Traeger, Parker, Allen,
Davis, Parkin, Robinson, Luetgerdlno,
Swope and Pollard.
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Charentus Wins the New Ro
chelle and Richard J the
Special Dispatch to The Call.
NEW YORK, Oct. 12.— New Ro
chelle and the Westchester high weight
handicap were the fixtures at Morris Park
to-day, and both went to the favorites.
Charentus was played to odds-on in the
former and after running second to the
Duke of Middleburg to the head of the
stretch he came on and won easily from
The Pride, who also passed the pace
maker in the last sixteenth.
The Westchester furnished a pretty
struggle between Richard J, the favorite,
and Lieutenant Gibson, the former win
ning by a head on the post. Nanine- and
Tamor made the running, but neither
was placed at the end. Results:
Five and a half furlongs— McMeekln won.
Queen of Song second, St. Callatine third.
Time, ' 04V
Five and a half furlongs, Mauvilla j
won. O'Lea second. Kitchener third. Time, 1:05.
The New Rochelle, one mile, selling—Charen
tua won. The Pride second, Luke of Mlddleburg
third. Time. IMOVi.
The Westchester, six and a half furlongs—
Rli hard J won. Lieutenant Gibson second, Lady
Lindsey third. Time. 1:20%.
fine mile Bouchon won. Bare Perfume sec
ond. The Roman third. Tin-..-. 1:40%.
One mile and one furlong— BOX won, Maid of •
Harlem second, Decanter third. Time, 1:55%.
CINCINNATI Oct. 12.— Flora Louise was the
only favorite that won a purse at Latonia to
day. Larkspur, at 15 to 1, took the last race
In ' a drive f : . m Unsightly. Weather clear.
Track fast. Results:
Six furlongs, selling— Flora Louise won. Neck
lace second. Ostra third. Time. 1:1."',
Five and a half furlor.gs— Solent won, Par
menlon second, Dick [Caber third. Time. 1 08%.
One and a sixteenth miles, selling— Rosa
Ma — won, Dlser second, Fresco third. Time,
One mile, handicap— Allie Belle won. Hop
Scotch Fecond. Sir Rolla third. Time. 1:42.
Five furlongs, ?elling— Larkspur won. In
Blghtly second. Water Bottle third. Time,
DETROIT, Oct. 12.— Weather clear at Wind
sor. Track fast. Result?:
Five and a half furlongs, selling— Quaver
won. Little Reggie second, Looram third. Time,
Five furlongs, selling— Alfred Hargrave won,
Miss Fonsoland second, Lizzie McCarthy third.
Time, 1:02'/,.
One and a sixteenth miles, Arquebus
won Lady of the West second, Pete Kitchen
third. Time, 1:50.
Five and a half furlongs— Yohlcer won. John
Halsey second. Hie Away third. Time, 1:08^.
Six and a half furlongs, selling— Crysalline
won, Interferer second, Salvado third. Time,
Six and a half furlongs— Nekarnls won, Anna
Lauretta second, Red Snapper third. Time,
CHICAGO. Oct. 12.— Weather cloudy; track
fast. Results:
Six furlongs— Rival Dare won. Mis? Dooley
second. Antiquary third. Time. 1:14.
Six furlongs — Kentucky Farmer won. Red
Cross II second, Florizar third. Time. 1:15.
line mile Ed Tipton won. Periwig second,
Great Bend third. Time, 1:394.
Five furlongs— Nlekey D won, George Le Bel
second, Montgomery third. Tina. 1:00'_.
One mile— Bishop Heed won. Tappan second,
Volandles third. Time. 1:40*
Mile ami an eighth— Bitter Root won. Double
Dummy second, Dogtown third. Time, 1:53%.
Californian Wins the Game for the
Brooklyn Team.
dubs— W. L. Pet. I Clubs— W. L. Pet.
Brooklyn ....S9 48 .6*3 Pittsburg ...75 "2 .510
Boston 94 56 .627 1 Chicago 74 71 .507
Philadelphia 93 " .620 Louisville ...73 76 .490
Baltimore ...S5 60 .587! New York ..60 89 .403
St. Louie 81 66 .560 i Washington 52 100 .342
Cincinnati ..80 67 .545! Cleveland ...20 131 .132
BROOKLYN, Oct. 12.— T0-day's game was
sharply and prettily played. The Brooklyn?
won because they bunched their few hits, while
Baltimore could make do impression on Bushes.
Tom Pah- played a star game at second, his
catches of fly balls at short and right field be
ing especially brilliant. Score:
Clubs- H- H. E.
Baltimore 1 * 2
Brooklyn 5 6 3
Batteries— McGinerty and Smith: Hughes an.i
UeGulre. Umpires— Connolly and Hunt. At
tendance 1100.
CINCINNATI. Oct. 12.— The Reds Rained a
Winning lead In the first inning to-day, but
could do nothing with Coliflower after that.
Darkness ended the (tame in the seventh inning.
Attendance 100. Score:
Clubs— R. H. K.
Cincinnati « 6 3
Cleveland 2 9 3
Batteries— Frieke and Knlioe; Coliflower and
Sugden. Umpire— McDonald.
BOSTON. Oct. 12.— Good hitting in the sev
enth and eighth innings won the game for
Philadelphia to-day. Bailey was win at times,
giving six passes to first. Orth'B pitching Inras
very steady and his support glHS*dged. The
game was railed at the end nt the eighth on
account of darkness. Attendance 1200. Score:
Clubs— R. H. E.
Philadelphia 7 11 2
Boston 3 9 0
Batteries- Orth and McFarland; Bailey and
Sullivan. Umpires— Emslle and Dwyer. ■
WASHINGTON. Oct. 12.— The only feature of
the first game to-day was Freeman's twenty
seventh home run. The bases were full. In
th.' second the visitors outbatted the Senators.
Attendance WO. Score:
First game-
Clubs— R. H. K.
Washington 7 13 2
New York ; 9 _. 9 . 3
Batteries— Dlneen and Kittredge; Gcttlg and
Wilson. Umpires— Snyder and Latham.
Second game
Clubs— • R. H. E.
Washington ...; 4 3 .'-. 4
New York 5 14 2
Batteries— Flfleld and Powers; poheny and
; Warner. Umpires— Snyder and Latham.
To Provide Sunday Baseball.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12.— The owners of
the Washington baseball club have signed
The boxing bouts at the National Athletic Club last night did not consume
much time. Referee Jordan stopped Heavyweights Van Buskirk and Russell in
the fourth round of their bout. He awarded the decision to Russell, as Van
Buskirk was biting his ear. The police stopped the Turner-Reilly bout in the
second round*
a contract by the terms of which they
are to furnish Sunday baseball, to be
played in Maryland, five and a half miles
out of this city, during the championship
season of 1900. The other parties to the
contract are owners and operators of a
street railway.
Mrs. Fox Defeats Miss Sands on the
Philadelphia Links.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 12. -As good an
article of golf as any one would care to
see was played to-day in the second round
for the woman's championship of the Uni
ted States. The stars of the day were
Mrs. Caleb F. Fox of the Huntingdon
Valley Cricket Club, Rydale, Pa., and
Miss Anna Sands of the Newport Golf
Club, Newport, R. I. Although Miss
Bands was defeated by Mrs. Fox, the
Newport player was by no means dis
graced and was heartily applauded for
her uphill work. The golf of Mrs. Fox
has been the sensation of the tournament,
although in the preliminary round her
name was little mentioned for champion
ship honors.
Mrs. Fox's opponent to-morrow for the
semi-final round will be Miss Marion
Oliver of Albany, N. Y. Miss Oliver is
another player who has surprised the
talent. The other winners to-day were
Miss Ruth Underhill of Glencove, L. 1.,
and Miss Elsie Cassatt of this city.
Ottoman Government Making Rep
aration in Part for Past
CONSTANTINOPLE. Oct. 12.— impe
rial irade has been issued abolishing all
measures that prevented the free move
ments of Armenians. It also orders the
rebuilding and repairing, with Govern
ment assistance, of churches, schools and
monasteries destroyed during the troubles
and the payment of sums due officials or
the families of officials who were expelled
or killed in the massacres.
In addition to these remedial measures
the irade pardons fifty-four prisoners and
commutes to imprisonment, for life the
sentences of twenty-four j persons con
demned to death.
As this action on the part of the Otto
man Government is accepted by the pa
triarchs as satisfactory, these dignitaries
will withdraw their resignations.
ASTORIA, Or.. Oct. 12.— A cose of con
fluent smallpox has been discovered in
this city and the usual excitement over
the appearance of the disease prevails.
It was thought yesterday by physicians
that the case was one of varioloid, but an
other examination to-day showed it to be
smallpox in Its worst form.
The patient is Beecher Slooo. a milk
man. He recently visited Salem, this
State, where the disease is prevalent, and
it is presumed he contracted it while
there. The house in which he resides has
been temporarily quarantined pending the
erection of a new pest house. I
OAKLAND RACETRACK, Thursday, October 12, 1899.—Seven
teenth day of the Winter Meeting of the California Jockey Club.
Weather line. Track fast.
Many Fleet Hounds Will
Contest in the Coursing
Saturday and Sunday.
An exceptionally fine string of grey
hounds will participate in the coursing at
Ingleslde to-morrow and Sunday. It will
be an open stake and there will be forty
entries. The prizes aggregate $730, of
which $110 -will go to the winner, $75 to
second and $50 to third. There will be
forty awards in all. In addition to those
named there will be two of $35, five of $25,
ten of $15, and twenty of $7 50. The draw
last night resulted as follows:
James Burns' Nellie B vs. T. MeHugh's Maid
of the Mill; Bartlett Bros.' Border's Best vs. R.
B. Julllan's Sweet Music; T. MeHugh's Moss
Rose vs. D. Dillon's Modesty; M. Carrigan's
Lady Blanche vs. C. Applebee's Queen A; J.
Coleman's Norman vs. J. Bradshaw's Enter
prise; Courtney's Douglas vs. G. Lahusen'B
Fireball; Kay & Tram's Dudley Diamond vs. A.
Vandenburg's American Eagle; T. Fanntng's
Murphy vs. J. Ferris' Cleopatra; J. Holloway's
Brian Brough vs. Joseph Naughton's Lagoleta;
James Burns' Battleship vs. Russell, Allen &
Wilson's Chicago Boy; Larkey & Locke's Lib
erty Bell vs. C. L. Appleby's Clara B: J.
Bradshaw's Beauty vs. Lowe & Thompson's
Prince Hal: J. Keenan's Blacklock vs. D.
Dowst's Sarcastic; J. Ferguson's Gold Hill vs.
i: M. Kellogg's lowa Maid; H. A. Deckel
man's Prince George vs. Connell Brothers'
Mamie Pleasant; H. A. Deckelman's Mlra
Monte vs. W. Griffin's Monopole; H.
Alien's Miss Lewis vs. Connell Brothers' Sen
orita; R. Jardine's Young Lochlnvar vs. P. M.
Clarkson's Black Hawk; E. Baumelster's Win
ning Ways vs. M. Michalik's Glenn Roy; Moran
& O'Nell's Nellie H vs. Handy & Smith's To
rora; C. Leavy's Babe Sheridan vs. Handy &
Smith's Magic: James Burns' Olympus vs.
Lowe & Thompson's Flora McDonald; T. F.
Locan's Miss Giggle vs. Bartlett Brothers'
Bart's Bell: E. Baumelster's Warrior vs. C.
Leavy's Wild Game: H. Weber's Mon.ini vs.
A. Yandenherg's Kitty V; J. -.eggeraon'a Can
delarla vs. C. Aiken's Bernice; E. M. Kellogg's
Hummer vs. C. L. Appleby's Little Sister: J.
Shea' a Young America vs. L. Wlggln's Dex
ter P; Connell Brothers' Saint Helen vs. Lar
key & Locke's Vaneda; W. U. Trade's Wander
ing Tom vs. M. Michalik's Kerry Gow; A. F.
Moore's Decency vs. E. M. Kellogg's Lady Gil
more; J. Kramer's Jesse Moore vs. T. Sulli
van's Maid of the Hill; T. J. Kernan's Meta
Belle vs. J. Keenan's Loyal Oak; M. H She
herd'6 Exile vs. J. Keenan's Royal Buck; '1 .
J. Cloonen'a Wild Tralee vs. Connell Brothers'
Log Boy; Moran & O'Nell's Iren H vs. ... M.
Kellopg's lowa Girl: D. Chella's Golden Russet
vs. Janes' Eleven Spot: W. C. Glasson Sir
Knight vs. Kay A Trant's Eclipse: Joseph
Naughton's Cadenza vs. Lowe A Thompson's
Saint Orrln; Sam Moore's Roxe vs. Handy A
Smith's Victor Queen.
Bain Prevents Racing.
LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct., 12.— The trot
ting races were postponed to-day on ac
count of rain. There will be a double
programme to-morrow.
Horton Had a Narrow Escape.
Novia and .Wyoming
Earned Brackets.
The light downpour of rain left a vel
vety surface to the track at Oakland and
yesterday the members of the "patched
up" brigade ran like two-year-olds. Of
the five favorites sent to the post three,
Wyoming, Tenrlca and Horton were re
turned winners.
It seemed as if Galen Brown's Wyoming
could be half good and beat the bunch he
was pitted against in the first event, a
six-furlong selling run. The ring laid as
good as 6 to 5 about him, and he came
home alone, three open lengths before
Don Luis, an 8 to 1 sled, well supported.
Rosalbra made a bid for the purse, but
stopped noticeably the last part.
Novia, the speedy Islington mare, carry
ing the Spreckels colors, pocketed the sec
ond purse. She was third choice in the
betting to Yule and Sorrow, and with
Jack Ward in the saddle was never head
ed. Alicia, contender from the jump, was
beaten but a neck and could have scored
had the distance been further. Mounce,
on the favorite Yule, rode in wretched
form, running unplaced.
A selling handicap, over one mile and
a sixteenth, turned out "oil from the can'
for Tenrica. Tommy Walsh, the protege
of "Butch" Fisher, sat on her back, and
reserving his rush for the last furlong
won galloping. Postel with the leg up on
Anchored found the longest way around
the track, and at the wire was downed
a neck for the place by Stromo. Mon
rovia, the second choice, undoubtedly pre
fers the sprinting distance.
For the fourth event, a scramble over
the Futurity course, Horton was served
up a steaming hot 2 to 7 choice. Frawley
nearly gave the chestnut colt's backers
heart disease, as at the paddock Horton
looked beaten. His gameness pulled him
through, for he forged ahead from there,
leading I Don't Know over the line a
scant length. Whitcomb ran third.
Beyond peradventure of a doubt, if
Frawlev were to get lost on the burning
sands of Death Valley he would stumble
across a hitherto unknown well and fall
in. In a race he can find pockets that
would shame a classic member of the
light-fingered fraternity. In the conclud
ing chapter he had the mount on Polish,
the favorite, and the books were to have
received a jarring. As the field broke
Frawlev managed to get his mount's head
through the webbing, taking all but the
posts and Ferguson with him. He lost
several lengths, but hugged the rail and
lost the decision by less than a length to
Ringmaster. The latter horse, however,
won cleverly. Tiburon, which made all
the running, finished a close third.
To-Day's Entries.
Following are the entries for this aft
ernoon's running events:
First • Futurity course; maiden two
year-olds; purse.
148 Palapa 1101 82 Jolly 8rit0n..... 107
138 Loyta 102 ... Mountaineer ...113
...Miss Vera 110 | 138 Abbieolo 100
...Essence „ 110 I 138 Ella de P0y....100
138 My Secret 104 !
Second race — One mile; selling; three-year
150 Somls 101 142 Faversham ....IM
151 Correct M 145 Lothian 101
Third race— One mile; four-rear-olds and up;
147 Lomo 07 ... Merry Hoy 107
145 Roadrunner ....110 138 Term. Maid. ..1.107
151 P. A. Finnegan. lo7( 140 Wilmeter 100
Fourth race Seven furlongs; selling; three
year-olds and up.
ISO Imperious 103! 145 Reolla 103
(1* Farlane 109 i 154 Stromo 101
153 Sorrow 109
Fifth rare— furlongs: all ages.
in", Bamboulia 98 147 Prince A 165
130 Campus 113= 136 Magdalenes ....110
141 Etta H US 147 Seven Up 106
135 February 105; 152 Isabelle 113
123 Tonrist II 1101 136 Ojai 110
123 Shellac 1111 147 The Offering.. ..101
146 Sprylark ....... 105 i
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Gross premiums on Fire Risks run-
ning more than one year, $188,160 01;
reinsurance pro rata 100,753 94
Amount reclaimable by the Insured on
perpetual fire insurance policies 33,73176
Gross premiums on Marine and Inland
Navigation Risks, ; re-
insurance 100 per cent
Gross Premiums on Marine Time
Risks, ; ■ -i reinsurance 50
per cent
All other liabilities /. 11.372 77
Total Liabilities ..$269,793 45
Net Cash actually received for Fire
premiums $273,862 27
N't Cash actually received for Marine
Received for interest on Bonds and
Mortgages . 345 00
Received fir Interest and dividends on
Bonds Stocks. Loans, and from all
other sources 18.035 60
Received for Rents 2,348 47
Received from all other sources 60 84
Total Income $29 1. IS
Net amount paid for Fire Losses (In-
[ eluding $29,548 91, losses nt previous
years) $199,939 92
I Net amount paid for Marine Losses
(Including , losses of pre-
i vious years)
Dividends to Stockholders 12.000 00
j Paid or allowed for Commission or
, Brokerage 51,435 70
j Paid for Salnri°s. Fe»s, and other
, charges for officers, clerks, etc 42.31157
Paid for State. Natlcnal. and local
! taxes 8.247 28
All other payments and expenditures.. 26.105 85
Total Expet.**?jres $340,040 32
Total Expei^^jres 046,040 St
■ _ -'/.'"■ '.'' Fire.-
Losses incurred during the year $181,611 97
Risks and Premiums. IFire Risks. (Premiums.
Net amount of Risks) I
written during the!
/ear I $32,547,254! $318,324 99
Net amount of Rlsksl I
expired during the!
year ;....( 33,343.9201 261,73174
i 'Net amount in force] |
Decemher 31. 1595.....1 37.433.6711 371.680 10
C. 8. HOLLINSHEAD, President.
E. R. DANNELS. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 23d
day of January. 1899.
Notary Public.
T. EDWD. POPE, Manager.
. R.W. OSBORN, Asst. Mgr.
Fourth race— Reolla, Imperious. McFarlane.
Fifth race— Bamboulia, Etta H, Tourist 11.
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The more you pay for experience the
more' it is worth to you.
Pennsylvania, on the 31st day of Decem-
ber, A. D. 1838, and for the year ending on
that day, as made to the Insurance Commis-
sioner of the State of California, pursuant to
the provisions of Sections 610 and 611 of the
Political Code, condensed as per blank fur-
nished by the Commissioner:
Amount of Capital Stock, paid up in
Cash $400,000 00
Real Estate owned by Company..... $249,000 00
Loans on Bonds and Mortgages 846,900 00
Cash Market Value of all Stocks and
Bonds owned by Company 8,621,300 OH
Amount of Loans secured by pledge
of Bonds, Stocks and other market-
able securities as collateral 81,850 00
Cash in Company's Office 5,511 51
Cash in Banks 137,903 98
Interest due and accrued on all
Stocks and Loans 7,978 16
Interest due and accrued on Bonds
and Mortgages 11,166 83
Premiums in due Course of Collec-
tion 265,500 57
Rents due and accrued 225 00
Total Assets .$5,227,336 10
Losses adjusted and unpaid $14,025 85
Losses in process of Adjustment or
in Suspense 146,833 39
Losses resisted. Including expenses.. 6,725 04
Gross premiums on Fire Risks run-
ning one year or less, $1,067,779 06;
reinsurance 50 per cent 783.889 53
Gross premiums on Fire Risks run-
ning more than one year, $1,364,-
-626 05; reinsurance pro rata 743,087 SI
Amount reclaimable by the insured
on perpetual fire insurance policies. 831,311 43
All other liabilities 4,000 00
Total Liabilities $2,529,872 73
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Net Cash actually received for Fire
premiums $1,653,905 64
Received for Interest on Bonds and
Mortgages 42,647 21.
Received for interest and dividends
on Bonds. Stocks, Loans and from
all other sources 165,512 03
Received for Rents 4,457 44
Transfers .... 381,
Total Income .$1.866.903 34
Net amount paid for Fire Losses $1,097,631 47
Dividends to Stockholders 100.000 00
Paid or allowed for Commission or
Brokerage 881,21191
Paid for Salaries, Fees and other
charges for officers, clerks, etc 95.490 00
Paid for State, National and local
taxes 58,374 01
All other payments and expendi-
tures • 96,682 78
Total Expenditures .$1.829,390 17
V ;' ; Fire.
Losses Incurred during the year $1,057,599 54
Risks and Premiums. Fire Risks. Premiums.
Net amount of Risks
written during the
year $241,551,124 $2,204,669 83
Net amount of Risks
expired during the
year 222,384,731 2,187.623 98
Net amount in force
December 31, 1898. ...| 343,575.238 2,932,405 11
R. DALE BENSON. President.
. Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 19th
day of January, 18M. THOS. J. HUNT,
Commissioner for California.
T. EDWD. POPE, Manager.
R W. OSBORN, Asst. Mgr.
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