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>"nnierons Departures Announced
Prior to the Holi
■ Berger-O'Loghlen Wedding — The
Horstmann Surprise Party — The
Stoat-Morgan Marriage—Enter
■•; tainment at San Rafael— Mc-
f !l Mahon Golden Jubilee— Coast
'£■ Weddings— Notabilia.
There has been a general flit: lit from tlie city
Curing tiio past lew days. Monterey and San
Kafael appeal to be favoilte destinations for
- . ly-makers. At the latter place, tliere will
l c tr.e tennis tournament and a hop; at Monterey
: a polo game is promised on the Fourth under ihe
'^ organization of Mr. J. Brett Stokes. There will
<"* > I c ;i 1-i'ii In lie evrniiip wtilcti will be attended
I;, many of the officers who arrived with their
legimeula yesterday.
Aituras Lod^e, -No. C. Order of the Beacon
Li^lit, gave Its fiist pound party last evening
at Koe Valley Hall, 1244 Twenty-fourth street.
The affair was very pleasant, being admirably
Dr. Charles F. Sloat and Miss Clara E. Morgan
v.ere man on Tuesday Us; at the residence
of the father of the uruoin, Mr. C. O. Sloat, near
Sauta Clara. The groom Is a prominent young
dentist of Hi!" city, and the bride a popular
young lady of Virginia City, Key. Dr. and Mis.
Sioat are now at Monterey.
Dr. lioraiio Stebbins, pastor of tlie First Uni
tarian lunch, occupied tlia pulpit of tlie Uni
tarian Church in Seattle last Sunday.
Court Twin Peaks, No. 7056, A. O. of F., held
a public Installation of ofticeis last evening at
Us ill, corner of Seventeenth and >oe streets.
A hop will be given to-morrow evening ut
Camp Taylor to crlebrate the day.
A brilliant wedding aL Biooklyu recently was
that of Miss M. ud M. Grant to Dr. Eugene Tot
ter Stone of tbe United Stales Navy. Dr. and
Airs. Sloue will live In San Francisco.
The Minuet Club will meet to-ulght at Irvine
'i he Societe I'hllharmouiqce will pive Its
1 live masquerade ball this evening at Me
chanics' F.iviliou.
Tlii> Hercer-O'Loghlen Wedding-.
"I !/■ wedding of Miss Minnie O'Lcglilen,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O'Loghleu, and Mr. U
A. Terser Jr., wilu Taiilere, Uetzel & Co., took
I lace last evening at the French Church, .Notre
Dame dcs Vlctolres, on Bush street. It was a
'A. — cli ' el and e'-eKaut ;.;i.iir.
TV ~~ ibe ceremony was performed shortly after 8
o'clock by Pete Bemudler, la the presence of a
i . bei of fiiei.ds and relatives of the young
couple. The bride was assisted by her sister,
M 199 Marcella l/Lbghlen, and Mr. Luduvlc
l:acoulllal acted as best man to the groom. A
I'.etiy featuie of Hie ceremony was the Inlioduc
iloo of children— Miss Klta Taulere and Master
V.alter CKueu being respecilvely maid and
I'R^e of honor. The solemn rile was beautifully
accentuated In impiessiveness by the aid of
i usic appiopiiaie marches being played before
ana alter me ceieruouy.
A leception was mtciward held at tbe resl
deuce of the bride's patents. 413 Grove stieet,
wliere congratulations were ooVied and an elab
oiate supper enjoyed in the parlors, willed bad
been tastefully decorated with Ivy tendrils and
Ilowers. The festivities lasted inflate.
The nappy pali leave to-day for a tup In tne
South. They will icside at 414 Cole sued.
The Blneon Parlor Party.
The installation party of Klucon Tailor, No.
72, IS. S. U. V>., took place last evening la its
lodge-room, at l'loaeer Ball. A laige attend
auce I lied the gaily adorned sceue as Hie ceie
tuouy was performed.
The District Deputy Grand President installed
lie following officer-: L. E. Hagenkamp, Past
i'resident; John I. Heltlcli. Pie>ideut; Joseph
ii. AuK, FiidV Vice-PitsiQeut; John J. Hack,
Second Vice-Pieaident; O. Anderson, Third Vice-
President: U ilil .in .1. bohjeiseu, lieconliug S«-c
--letary; i. A. Tlbbitts. financial Secretary; T.
11. Vivian, Tieasurer; J. A. Murphy, Marshal;
\V. Coyle, J. L>. l.euiH'Q, C. Cuileu. Trusiect; 1..
."-encauo. Inside Seutlnel; T. U. Woods, Outside
Sentinel. After tie president bad maae a short
address Mr. John W. Keliener stepped forward
Rud preheated Past J'rrsiiteut liagenkamp with
n bamtsoma l-oM medal, emblematical the order.
A pleasant "euiertaiumeuL consisting ol vocal
and Instrumental music, if (.nations, etc., was
then veu. Among tliose taUiug part were the
Kxcelstor Musical Club, the Misses Fitzgerald,
Mr. Thomas Tierney and Mr. Fletcher, The
committee lo gtueral charge of the Interesting
occasion was cuiui osed Josei bU. Ault (Chair
man), John W. Kellelier (Secietary), J. A. Mur
phy, Thonia* H. Vivian, Jouu P. Hellicli, W. J.
Wyun, H. J. Malionejr, P. H. Sonntag, J. F. Flan
and L. Serlc:uio.
llii- McMahon Golden %Vo<lrtine.
Last Saturday evening, at the residence of Mr.
Junes McMahoD, on Broadway, near Taylor
sheet, the golden wedding anniversary ol Mr.
and Mrs. MeMahoo Sr. was very pleasantly cel
ebrated. A meny party, comprising sons,dauuu
ters ana grandchildren ol trie honored ample
rartlclpatt-d In the appropriate test miles or the
occasion. At a late hour Mr. John J. K>-uny, one
»l the guests, made a liappy speech, expressive
ol me hope itial fortune would couliuue to auena
(lie path through lite ol Mr. and .Mil. Me.M ti.ou
and tfcelr descendant. Trie peueral singing of
"Auld Lang Syne" ought, the agreeable aHalr
tv a conclusion.
The Bay City Parlnr Party.
The members ol Bay City Parlor, No. 104, N.
S. U. \V, held a public Installation of officers
last evening at Friendship Hj.ll, Odd Fellows'
IHiiiduifj. The following iimc<-r9 were installed:
■h.uur i'ast President, Georite M. Cook ; tiesi
dent, Bernard Fraukeubeig; First Vice-r'%esl
dent, Sol I'euer; Second Vice-President, David
Hollut; Third Vice President, CDarles A. Llp
ii>au; Recording Secretary, Seymour Gabriel;
Financial Secretary, Lron E. Price; Treasurer,
Dr. B. M. Gunzburcer; Marshal. W. E. Let son ;
XiiKttes A. r"eiier, D.Davidson, B. Bearuald.
1 lie large audience was afierward mined
most agreeably with the following programme:
« riienlng teinarkj, I'iesidenl Frankenbert;; sons,
W. Caller; mandolin solo, (_'. A. Limn in. accuni-
I'JiueU by 1.. E. l'nce and 11. Guuzburcer; sons.
Meyer Cohen; recitation, L. Fait; song, A.
tohnrelch: recitation, Eugene Kuril. Dancing
uoUl niiduiehi constituted a pleasing climax lv
u. e fvrinnu's eutertalumeat.
The Committee of Arrangement* was com
'.■"-ed as follows: U. A. Llpnun, a. I). Abrams.
I. LlnOemaD, 8. i.overldi, V. Levy. Following
-vvie appointed to cerve on the Keteptlon Com
m;ite'': If. M. Alnanis, l.eou E. :ce, D. J>avld
ton, E. W. Levy, 11. Uuazburger, Charles Gross,
A. smions.
EntertalDmrnt at Sun Rife*!.
Ti<elneiaiy and musical entertainment given
under (he auspices of the young ladies of San
lUfael at Kafael Hall last Saturday evening was
very successful. The hall was found to be
wholly Inadequate to hold the large number
Di ti lends who assembled to enjoy the evening's
entertainment, many coining from San Fi ancitco
and adjacent towns.
TLB programme, piesented by picked talent,
mostly from San Francisco, was loudly an
j.iaudi-d. I'arlicul .r mention Is deserved by
Mr. llynes, whose singing and comicalities
" brought down [lie bou>e," Mr. Qiiilhnan, who
lmitiayed the character of a "maniac," assisted
by Miss Code, did a very clever piece of acting
and made a pood Impression upon the audience.
The balance of the talent were above he usual
average, and were well received.
The following is the programme: Music,
string quartet, Messrs. Knell, Ilochstader,
Itiesse, (/Sullivan and Dr. Kerens berger; vocal
solo. Miss Ella Mouagnau; irriiatlon, "i'alsy
Butler and the Owl," Mr. J. P. McCarthy; vocal
duet, " I'll Live and Love Thee," the Misses
Angela. Agnes and Mary Devlin; recitation, Mr.
K. J. Quliliuan; vocal solo, "Rocked In the
Cradle of the Deep," Mr. Charles Sobllraett;
recitation, Mr. T. F. Garrlty; vocal solo, " 1 hat
l~ Love" (by lequesl), Mies Miriam Coney; reci
i.-i.ii (comic), Miss Annie Daly; vocal solo
(comic), Mr. M. J. Hyues. Scene from "Maniac, "
Jlai.lac (in costume). Mr. E. J. Quillinan; Alice
(Maniac's wife), Miss Emma Code. .Music, string
Hurpriee Flirty on Fifteenth strpi-t.
- Miss -Mary (_'. Iloi.ttinann was successfully sur-
I>i Ised recently by a few of her Intimate friends,
v.ho bud tome to congtaiulatti her upon the
arrival of her birthday anniversary. The doors
. of the parlor were thrown open, white music,
• [icing and games were participaied In until
midnight, when a grand rnarcuwas rendeied and
t lie quests proceeded to the dining-room, where
■Miclons lefresliments and frnlls were seived.
Mips Jiorstmaub was piesented with many elo
cant in iil«-. besides poems oud orations in
i unor of her biilhdiiy. i iiutiueHit departed well
1 leaved with the evening they had spent. Among
those pieseut were: Mr. and His. 11. Horst
l.i.iui:. Mr. aid Mrs. C. Theodore, Mrs. A. Lam
anette. Miss Mary Iloisiraann. Miss Teresa
Mayer, Miss Sophie Schilling, Miss Mary Tlieo-
O»re; Messrs. 11. llelbush, George schilling.
Joseph Schilling, ileuiy iloistuiann, I'etor
ticli Icier.
I'aoiflc Const \Wii<tine».
On Wednesday Mr. Herbert Ilryson or Brattle
;■ ml Miss Kltlle Spaugler were mairied at I lie
) c tie of Hie bride's parents, l'ottland, Or., liev.
i 1 i.. Davis officiating. '1 lie bilde and groom
departed lor Sau Francisco on a wedding tour. |
'I ho wending of Hugh Alct'auley of Nevada
( i ly and Miss Delia Carey was solemnized Sun
day at the home of the bride's pared?,Chero
John W. Bowles and Miss Mary Jane Moss,
'■"ill of Vnllejo, were mauled .Sunday at the M.
E. Church ia* con age, by Key. Samuel Hirst.
Mr. Jom-i li Armstrong of San Lorenzo was
named to Miss Sarah McJMullen at Hie resl
<!• nee of me bride's pared ta in Teuiescal last
Uuetday at hood.
Id (iordon Valley last Sain i Miss I.uell»
ltearus and Mr. William P. Xliomai weie united
In marriage by Itev. A. B. Hitchcock.
Society I'ersotiltls.
Mr. Milton B. Latham Is at the Hotel .Rafael
for a week's visit.
Mr. Fred R. Webster will spend the national
Lollduy at Del Monte.
A parly iiicludluj-.HoD. M. M. Eslee. Assistant
I'ostmaster-General Clarksoii. Colonel C. F.
Crocker, Mr. A. N. Towne and others went to
Naiia last Tnesday, mid were driven to Hedge
side. Mr. Estee's country seat. ■ ■ ;' ,„
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kalston of Oakland will
spend ibe gieater portion of the summei In
Be Mr! e Hany E. Wise will be at Del Monte over
Mr and Mis. C. O. Alexander, Mis* Laura
Clarke and Miss Leila Carroll leave to-day lor
Hi.- Hotel liafael. _
Mr. Benjamin Akerly, son of Kcv. Dr. AK
erly of Oakland and well known In insurance
circles, has gune to Arizona on a traveling tour.
Mis Kebecca tirrenaii, children and nurse,
accompanied by Miss Jenuie O. Donnell, spent
tour weeks In Santa Barbara as the guests ol Mr.
and Mrs. George Taber.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Enwrlght and Mrs. Ann.
lia HaiiiiiKlon have leturned from Hotel Rafael.
Mrs. A. Harrington, Miss Untie Massoni and
Miss May King have letui'aeafiom Sau Leaadro.
Miss » elinda Brow of Marysville is tlie euest
of Mrs. Euright of Folsom street,
■las Clara McLaughlin of Hie State Normal
School at San Jose is spending her vacation in
this ctiy with the Misses Lane.
Mrs. C. J. v\ tider and family are apendlDE the
Bummer at wood, Shasta Connty.
Sir. John 11. Merstelder Is back Horn the East.
Mr. Fisk L. Parker will spend the holidays at
Santa Cruz, Del Moule and Pacific Grove.
Miss Lizzie K. Bush lias been spending tha
past mouth with tier frtend, Mrs. T. G. J? helps,
of san Cat las.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd levis went to San Kafael
yesterday for a moult).
Mrs. J. C. Schmidt returned last week to Ala
nieda with her boys from their trln to Santa Cruz.
Air. George 11. Lent goes to lieu Lomond to
day 10 spend the holiday.
Mrs. Thomas Watsoa and the Misses Watson
ot Alamed» leave for Pacillc Grove to-morrow
Miss Emma Vorrath left Alameda yesterday on
an extended trip to Miu.itas and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson have relumed from
a visit to the Paso tie Koble* Sprlugs, and are
now at the Hoiel del Monte, where tliey will re
main for He vi-iil w>-eki.
Mr. Louis F. Monteagle baa returned from his
Eastern trip, and will spend the summer m
lilyihfdale with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. MrDeiniott, Mr. Lot)l» M.
IMclhrrmott, Miss McDennotC and Miss Flora
MtOeunotl are among the guests at Del Monte.
Mr«. 1. Durbruw and two daughter!!, of San
Frauci^co, are spending some weeks ou I'ugeC
bound for health and pleasure.
Mr. W. 11. btlnson of Hie Anglo Californlau
Bank is at the t>ea Beach Hotel, Santa Cruz.
Mr. 11. E. Hoslwli'k is staying at the Del Monte.
Key. Dr. Horatio Stebbins of San Francisco
was the guest of Mr. Waller J. Thompson of
Seattle during the past week.
Mr. aud Mis. William ilinckley Taylor left
yesterday for San Kaf.iel.
Last Tuesday evening Biibop William Taylor
left for I'ortland. He will spend some days at a
Methodist ramp-meeting near there and iheu
push on to Chicago, lie will not sail for Africa
until October.
Miss Loo Harvey of San Francisco is being en
tertained by Judge and Mis. Sianlyat Biverdale,
their summer home, south of Napa.
Mr. S. K. Tucker goes to-day to [he Hotel Ra
fael for tbe holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wood and Miss Eleanor
Wood left yesterday for the Hotel del Moute.
Miss Clara Heed of Oakland, Lai., 19 a guest of
Mr*. O. 1". Auder«oD of Seattle.
Mrs. Sautelly and her two daughters, the
Misses Lucy and Georele Edwards, have gone to
the Hotel lufaei for a visit.
Mr. aud Airs. Waiter Damon (pee IJndei mann)
have returned from their wedding trip to »anta
Cruz and will maKe their home at Seminary l'arls,
Miss Klia S. Paitridge has gone down to Del
Monte to stay over the Fourth.
Oier 515.000 for the Decorations on Ad
mission I>IV.
Tlie Decoration Committee of tlie Native
Sons of the Golden West met last evening
at headquarters, with Leo F. Uamptoa in
the chair.
Secretary W. S. Grattan reported that
SIO.OOO bad bpen subscribed thus far for the
decorations, and SSOOO more liad been prom
ied from a reliable source.
Xine separate contracts were awarded
for decorative designs emblematic of tlie
order. DecoratioDS for the interior of the
Pavilion were also submitted, but laid over
until next meeting.
Several very attractive designs for street
decorations were adopted. These ara all
2G inches by 42 and show a high degree of
artistic skill, among them being " The
Seal of California," " The Original Badge
of the Order of X. S. G. W." "^orth Star
and Bear," "Pioneer and Native Son."
The Secretary also reported that the
grand arch which will be erected on Mar
ket street would be illuminated by an in
candescent light so varied in hue aud so
brilliant in effect as to make people remem
ber the arch to the last day of their ex
Alcatrnz Parlor Installation.
At a meeting of Alcatraz Parlor, No. 145,
X. S. G. \V., last night, the following offi
cers for the ensuing term were installed by
Frank 11. Dunn. D. 1). G. P.: H. M.
Caicpe. Past President; James L. Gal
lagher. President; Charles 11. Turner,
First Vice-President; W. W. Hewitt, Sec
ond Vice-President; E. P. E. Troy, Third
ice-President; W. A. Horabin, Marshal;
Thomas F. McDermott, Recording Secre
tary; Fisk L. Parker, Financial Secretary;
Trustees— Vv. J. Wolf, 11. B. Brown and H.
A. Pless; Library Committee— E. P. E.
Troy, W. J. Wolf and IL A. Pless; A. K.
llapersburg, surgeon.
Sing Lee Supplied Hundreds of Smokers
With Opium.
The arrest of Sina Lee early Tuesday
morning on Bush street, west of Dupont,
has brought out the fact that he had a most
lucrative business iv selling opium to white
people at his little store. His average daily
sales amounted to nearly S2OO, whi=h meant
a supply of the deadly drug for about 500
white oeople. All this open traffic with
"fiends" has been going on day after day on
Bush street contrary to law for a long time.
It was no uncommon sight to see small
crowds of human wrecks near Lee's place
in the early mornings waiting for their sup
ply, and it is said that people of all grades
of society were among the customers of the
Lee had pickets of his countrymen near
by to warn him of the approach of the
police by means of signals. The white
victim"? of opium will be compelled to ac
cept the drug henceforth from stores in
.I-.-ji.-r Card r>o«et a I.cc 1., nine of the
Lack or an Aiti)>uln»cp.
Jasper Curd, a teamster, 25 years of aze,
who lives on Seventh avenue in South San
Francisco, was driving a team on Tuesday
afternoon along the county road. A manure
pile was in the road and he turned to avoid
it, bat driving toy near the steep banK on
the side the earth gave way and man, wagon
and horse 3 went over tlio bank. Cuxd
juuuit-d to save himself, but was catigl:t by
the wheel of the wagon and sustained a
compound comminuted fracture of the rlyht
leg, beicw the knee. Dr. Kahn wa9 sent
for and temporarily bnndaued the lpg, after
«li:ch Ctrrd was taken to the City and
County Hospital in a wagon — no ambulance
bo i tib available. The jolting of the vehicle
ao irritated tlie injured leg that the surgeon
at tbe hospital deemed it expedient yester
day to amputate the limb.
■J here can only !»•• one w-nr medium In
a city. Iv San Pranriscu it Is The < ill.
Cnn H« Have lioen Drnwued ?
John Patrick Finnigan, 8 years old and
residing at 42 Jessie street, has been miss
ing from his borne since Tuesday morning.
His parents called al the South Harbor
Police Station yesterday to find some trace
of his whereabouts. Search was made by
various harbor patrolmen, but no clow
could be found. The lad was in. the habit
of playing along the wharves.
AiliiitM-rriliu- Appotnteil.
Letters of administration upon the estate
of Sarah M. lienten, who died in Kltsop
County, rVasuingtcn, on the 12th of May
lnst, weie prnnted to Cjiarles S. Holmes by
Judge CulTt-y vestertiay on bonds for
JUO/w. Tbe property is valued at $150,
--000. Tlie widower and two children, who
reside at Port Blakeley, Washington, are the
A Boon for Travelers.
The traveler who guardi against sudden at
tacks of cold, headache, Indigestion, diarrhea,
etc., ailments not Infrequently brought on by
changes of climate and water, Is the sensible,
far-seelnir man. Always have lianay In your
valise or trunk a box of Ai,lcock's I'orous
Plasters. Worn on the uit of th) stomacli
they will so strengthen the digestive organ* that
you can eat almost anything and travel without
fear of taking cold.
Beware of Imitations and do not be deceived
by misrepresentation. Ask for Am.cock'B and
let no solicitation or explanation Induce you
to accept a si.i.-ii vi«.
ai.lcook'h Corn and ISu>"ion Shields effect
quick and certain lellef. •
"The Gall's" I'rptnium Dlcti»nnrie».
The Call has received another consign
ment of the "Allen " edition of Webster's
Unabridged Dictionary, which is being for
warded as rapidly as possible to suhscJib
ers whose orders are on file. These books
are substantially bound in leather, beauti
fully embossed, and in quality of paper
and excellence of workmanship are a per
fect marvel. , •
Avoid harsh purgative pills. They make you
tick and then leave you constipated. Carter* Lit
tle Liver Fills regulate the bowels and cure you .*
Davis' Tuial i'ou Hurdbb Evidence for
the defense was belnc taken yesterday before
Judge Murphy in the case of Benjamin Davis on
rial for the alleged murder ol ills wife. The
trial will probably be concluded day.
Plntt's Chloride* Is a Disinfectant.
Especially prepaied for household uses. •
McGitiGCEN's Sk.mknce. — .indue Murphy
yesterday continued until lit- 1 2t!i lost the pro
nouncing of (sentence In the case of Robert A.
McUriggcn, convicted of assaulting a little girl.
An Accident on the Enst-Bound
Soutberu Overland.
Dwellings in Course of Erection— Magnclia-
Btreet Opening— lmproving the Postal
Seiyxe— Eaijing of a Flag:. ■
It was reported at tbe pier yesterday that one
of Ibe passengers on tbe east-bound Southern
overland fell from the train a mile and a bait
west of Pinole and was killed. A telephone
message to the Coroner of Contra Costa Count;
received a reply confliiiiing the report of the ac
cident The deceased was A. B. Kiel;-,
aid, supposed to reside at Hill's Ferry.]
lie was ou his way to Modesto, for which place"
lie had a ticket In bis possession. The Coroner I
who took cbarge of the remains, lias telegraphed]
to a Mr. Sullivan of Shasta, who Is believed to be]
amend of tbe dead man from letters found on.
bis person, liicliard was standing on the plal-|
form when the accident occurred, having lost,
his balance by a sudden swerve of the traiu. He"
fell from tbe steps, and was killed almost In
James Turner, colored, was convicted in ilia
I'olice Coutt yesterday of beating Ins wife.
Turner said she was Jealous and lay In wall lor
him with a club. .
The case of Llllieuthal vs. Taylor. Insolvency
properly, near Llvei more, valued at $200,000,
:!inl tbb trial ' 1 nbicli has occupied the atten
tion of Judge Greene for a month past, was
finally submitted yesteiday and a decision Is ex
pected on Monday. In conformity with a sug
gestion Ii oiii the Judge that Hie action be com
promised to save [miner litlgailou, the plaintiff
ottered Taylor $2600, which was afterward
raised to $5000, the defendant declining to en
tertain either proposal. As it was evident that a
compromise could, not be effected, the litigants
came Into court yesterday aud requested a de
Mek Kennedy of "West berkeley, who as
saulted J. 1". Casaboua with a Knite, withdrew
bis plea of not BUiliy yesterday and entered a
plea ol guilty to a charge of Hs^ault to murder.
Theie ate forty-Six new dwellings in course of
ereciion iv Oakland.
There Is seme Indignation expressed over the
ns.-e>!-ment for the opening of Magnolia sneer.
The total assessment is $1458 04, which amount
Includes the following: Commissioners' item,
$300; attorney's fees, $420; advertising,
$102; exaniinlue titles, $50; plats of
assessment district, $30; making a total of
i'M~ 20. Ihe awards of damages were f 400
and $150 respectively. From the Ugures It will
be seen that the attorney's fees ulone almost
equal the award, and the printing bills are almost
one-louilh of the entire cost of the work.
A system of electric lighting has been Intro
duced to the Free Library. Two arc lights have
been placed in the reading-room aud one arc and
twenty-one incandescent lights la the library
The effort to effect a closing of the dry-goods
stores on Saluiday lias fallen through.
The banks will close to-day until Monday
Charles A. Esmond, living near the cotton
mills, was arrested for an assault with a deadly
weapon yesterday af ernoon 111.011 complaint or
Ills wife. '1 he affair grew oui of a domestic
quarrel. Mis. Bimoiid taunted her Husband with
tiio information that two neighbors were on Ills
track fur lii" unman abuse of tier. Esmond
secured a levolver to defend himself witli, and
till* lead to His arrest.
The Oakland Camera Club will formally open
its Dew uiiaileis lv the V. M. C. A. Building on
Tuesday, the ljth lust., with an exhiottlou of
views and a reception from 1 o'clock in the ati
eroooo until 4. An exhibition of views 011 can
vas will b- given lv the evening.
The Twenty • third Avenue Heading-Boom,
which lias been titled up with money raised by
subscription, has been accepted by the Library
Trustee* and will be formally opened on Tires
day wilt wiili a social reception. Mrs. M. bliss
lias been elected Curator.
The Cential National Hi Club bas Indorsed the
Carpenters' Union In Its stiiku.
'ihe CoioDec held lueivu inquests duriug the
month of June.
junta Uibson naturalized twelve aliens ou
rows Ay OX-TRAIL.
Miss Annie Beach, a young lady of Oakland.
met will) an while spending a few days
at Duncans Mills, which nearly terminated in
her death, the fell down an almost perpendicu
lar ox-trail, and but for trie assistance of one of
the young men of the party would have fallen to
the bottom, with serious results. She rolled
down the mountain-side LOO feet, and received
severe and painful lujunes. Her home is on
Thlity-elghlh and Castro streets, this city.
Postmaster A. W. bishop Is prepailug to Im
prove the postal service as rapidly as possible,
and to this end will establish a number of official
S..H. agencies about the city. The public can
be of great assistance by purchasing stamps 111
The Postmaster lias invited First Assistant
Postmaster-Ui-neral Claikson to visit Oakland
during his stay on the Coast, 110 "ill probably
spend a few hours In towu on Friday.
The preliminary examination of Taylor scull.
the negro accused of murder, will be continued
In the Police Court this morning.
The Fire and Police Commissioner!! have re
quested I lie Council 10 puichase twenty-live re
voivuis for the police foice.
O. A. ZlngK, who li under airest and awaiting
trial for embezzlement, Mvore out a writ of
habeas con us yesterday, made returnable be
foie Judge t;ib»<>u on Monday, alleging that on
the preliminary examination before Justice
lloltz the evidence was 1101 sufficient to bold
him. Zingg was arrested at the Instigation of
J. J. Sullivan, of whom Zlngg purchased a sa
loon In Alameda for ?9(x>, giving his note for
£400. He subseq uently sold out, and lias tried,
go Sulilvau says, to defraud him.
Articles of incorporation of the Native Sons
Hall Association were tiled yesterday afternoon
with the (.ouuty Clerk. The corporation Is
formed of members of Piedmont Parlor, N. S.
G. \V., aud the directors elected for tbe first year
are: George K. Ue Uolia, E. A. Bracken, J.
>'. Koouey, F. K. Johnson, Henry Willy, Geortcß
U. VVhlie and F. W. Searing. Ihe capital stock
is SI 5,000.
A flaepole, 70 feet In height, Is belrn? erected
In the Welt Oakland railroad yards for which a
fifty foot silk flag has been tuichased with .sub
scriptions raised by the employes of the car
department. The titg will be formally hoisted
with appropriate ceremonies to-morrow.
There ate M,. -.-■■) volumes In the Free Library.
The number 01 borrowers is 10,187 and a larger
building is Deeded that will be lire-pioof.
George C. nickox has been confined to his
home on Pacific avenue, near Ilubbaid street,
with a stroke of paialysli.
A large! delegation of wheelmen will go from
this city to the bicycle tournament in fcmu Jose
10-mori ow.
The City Trustees have ordered a new street
sprinkler, which will make six In use on the
macadamized streets.
Work will be commenced In a few days on the
r.ew depot at Chestnut street, the sum of 5905
having been subscribed towaid the oven. cut
by the residents in the vicinity.
Under the new 11 cense ordinance saloon-keep
eis aie liable to a forfeiture (if their license If
they sell alcoholic liquor 10 persons under Id
years of cm or to Intoxicated pei'mmi.
The police made 22 ariesis during the month
of June, lor the following ofttiifes: Murder, 1;
oiHiuibing the peace, 6; violating oidlnances, 8;
petty larceny, 3; battery, 2; vagrancy, 1. Two
persons weie taken into custody tor insanity.
The Cenlial Independent Club, a son of politi
cal organization, has been organized at Bay
street Station.. The oOlcers aie: George Love
grove, President; William Luugden, Vice- Presi
dent; Jacob Hoeck, secretary; C. Kohlmoos,
Treasurer; William Herbert, Sergeant-at-Anm;
Al Huff, Wallace Fitch aud Joseph Williams,
Executive Committee.
F. Van Vlack reported to the police on Tuesday
night that his tool chest bad been stolen from a
new house on Parti street. The Ciiy Marshal
went to the Webster-ntieet bridge aud examined
the express wagons which passed over it to Oak
laud. He found the chest in one, but an investi
gation showed that the driver hail taken It by
mistake, and it was returned to Its owner.
lv. er O'l.uiinhllii was arrested at a late hour
011 Tuesday night ou a charge of arson. He Is
accused of having set tire to a shanty In which
his wile lives, at the corner of Kuclnal avenue
and Mound street. O'Laiighliii aud his wife do
not live together, and their frequent rows have
given them considerable notoriety, and Hi ■ hus
band has spent many weeks in Jail on different
occasions for beating her. Ou May 20th his
wife's dwelling was dlscovored ou Die, and as
O'Laughlln had threatened to burn her out of
her home, suspicion fell upon him as an Incen
diary. A warrant for his arrest ou a charge of
arson wan Issued, and although he had been seen
In Al micda ou the in_nt of the fire, he could not
be found Iv Alameda ou the next day. lie re
mained away uutil last 'luesiiay night, when he
was taken Into custody, lie had a quart bottle
of coal oil aud some matches aud the police think
I bat he came to Alameda to set lire to his wife's
home the mud time. Ho will have his prelim
inary exauiluatlou next Tuesday.
■■hi- 1 iili- of Wraith.
On Tuesday next Judge Wallace will con
s Ider the appliciition of Alfred G. l'lntt for
the arrest of Ms wife, Josephine I'latt, on
the crotiud that she Is insane and iaoapable
"! nißnncini; her aflaln. I'latt uinitc a
Minilar rlTort some tinn" ago, but Judge
lloge ruled that Mrs. Platt vas entirely
couipplont. The lady is a daughter of A.
J. riatt, from whom she received $150,000.
She deserted her husband over a year sipo,
and they have been involved in litigation
stnee that time.
Tliero can only be one want meritum In
.icily. In Jinn Franc lucu it is 'I lio Call.
The Wi>rl<l'H Pair.
Secretary liaynes of tlio World's Fair Com
mittee has received from the Secretary of
State thn certificate of incorporation dated
June Ti, ISilO, ol the World's Fair Associa
tion of tho city and county of San Francisco.
A meeting of the association will be called
in a lew days.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
-* ■ '
: __
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Costoria,
When she became Miss, sho clung to Castoria,
tVhen Children, she gave them Castoria.
•iiSili*iiSii^§^ -■■,-■>■
Jyl7 2y TuTaSa&Wj
Onr worthy contemporaries are ASTOUNDED and
DUMFOUXDED at having lo compete with the prices
we make for clothing. But necessity has forced ns to
raise money to meet the demands of our creditors.
Business carried on to RAISE money and business
carried on to MAKE money are two different propo-
sitions. We MUST have money at any sacrifice, and
that QUICKLY. Clothing has never, in the history of
California, been offered at the prices we quote at this,
the ASSIGNEE SALE of W. F. O'BAXION, 712 and 714
Market street.
lel9 trThSa
425 Kearuy St.. bet. California aud Pins.
Tliurs.lay .July 3, 1890.
At 11 o'clock a. x. on the premises,
% ....I WILL SELL....
By order of M. F. Redmond. Esq., on account of
permanent departure.
The Modern ncd Extra Built 2-Story Swelling-
H< us • r.; 9 Boeing and Bith,
Contain liter every convenience; Klesrant
Gas Fixtures, with First-class ami Very
Convenient Stable ; Ample Carrlage-
room: Stalls for "i Horse*, with rooms
In loft for help; Size of Lot 88x137:6
feet; a splendid cliati to secure a first-
class Home in the midst of cost y im-
provements, and served by two lines of
cable-cars ; also all the Elegant Furni-
ture of residence,
One Elegant Parlor Set, 7 pieces, upholstered la
Brocaded silk Velvet Plush; Kxlra Kasy Chairs; Re-
ception Chairs and Backets; '2 Masnllieent French-
plate Mantel Mirrors, In rich Rold-gilt frames: Cost-
IV window Lambrequins; Itrass-pole Cornices: Mar-
ble-top CenterTsbles: Embroidered Foot-r^sts; Ki-
lls Quallly Body Brussels Carpets: Rich Moquet
Hall Carpets; Fine Bnn; 1 Klrgant Walnut I'&ain-
ber Suit, with Plate Mirrors: I-.xfnt Boreaoa and
Commodes; Hair-cloth lied Lounge: Spring and Hair
Mattresses; Feather Pillows; i Gastlak'o Walnut
Hoolc-rase: about IUO Volumes Oboin ilookt. In-
cluding Dickens' works, rlciily bound; 1 Elegant
Walnut Sideboard; Walnut inning Chairs; 1 I'ed-
estal Extension Table; Very Fine Decorated Cblna
and Crystal Glassware; 1 Superior Model Hange;
Linoleum; G&rdenllosc; Laundry liutllt, etc.
]yg 2t GEO. P. I.AMSOX. tluneer.
halesrooin— s:!»i-r>:H Calirorniast., below Kearny.
Kegular Half rtayil Tuesdays ami Friday a, at lu a. *«
THIS day,
Thursday July 3, 1890,
At 11 o'clock a. m., at Salesroom.
53G-538 California Street, below Kearny,
....I WILLSKT.K. ...
A Large and Elegant A»surtinent of Foreign
and Domestic Wines and Liquors, Cut
Also, Furniture of Tltreo Elegantly Furnished
It CHAM. LEVY, Auctioneer.
THE handsomest tract of land In
SANTA CRUZ, Hie Gem Seaside
City of the World, will be sold at
AUCTION, on the grounds, Satur-
day, July IS, 1890. Maps and par-
ticular* of CARNAI.I.-FITZIIUGH.
HOPKINS CO., 6»4 Market St., S. *".
from San Francisco. Kound-trlp
ticket* 83.00. Fare from any part
of the Slate refunded to buyers.
]e3 4t ThSaSuMo '
To Hotel Del Monte and Oak Grove
Good to leave San Francisco July 3d. 4th, and morn-
ing trains on sth. Keturn any day up to and Includ-
ing July 7th.
JULY sth, AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.
S3* Call for Illustrated circular and Excursion
tickets at our otilce.
Real Kgtats Agents and Auctioneer*.
From and Alter Tuesday, July Ist,
will occupy on:
Opposite Palao* Hotel »nd Next Adjoining
tlio Chronicle lSuilding. .
)c29 30 lyl --'3 S 6t
Who Value a Refined Complexion
It Imparts abrilllant. transparency ro the
Skin. Itcmoves all pimples, free ( and
discoloration*, and makes the skin delicate-
ly soft and beautiful. It contains no l.mo,
white lend or arsenic. In three shades;
pink or flesh, white and brunette*
All Druggists and Fane; Goods Dealers Everywhere.
mm lr TnTnSn
■HI .lIHI^Pu' Ey^^y.f-W I.IU-U
■******- A Succcssfol Remedy for
■^?rrim>SV Constipation !
•f^S^ Headache!
I K»l- IS Congestion
Jl ue oaiuo I # See that the words "Grains da
*\ (lUdoctpllP /* Santo dil Dr. Franck," ara
•\ m ""- I ™* Jig „rinted, rinted in four colors on a bliM
S>xFRAHCKvC!> box. Others are counterfolts,
-^Ik* Ph.ljeroy.Pariß. V.. r'onyeni
******** He Co., N. Y.. and all chemist*
•- "'■'- ■ - ■■■'•'■ jela ly Til
.■■j"-;- miM SuTuTb to jal 7p
1776. 1890.
4th ofJoly!
UujJjJLil! liUiJu
Ready for Action
: Pistol? with Paper Caps 5c to 25c
' best Paper Caps, 12 boxes for 5c
Cartrlfts-e Pistols OOc to »4
Box 0160 Blank Cartridges. 100
Iron and llrass Cannon. lOc to Si 50
Sitfety Mrecracfcer Camion 50c
Loud Torpedoes. 6 packages for JS5c
Muslin Flags 3c per dozen, up
Flags of All Nations 5e to -;r,c each
Hunting Flags. 4 feet to 9 feot..~r>« to *-j iiO
Best quality Bunting Hags, 4 feet to 40
feet V- 50to«50
Silk Flags, Gold End Sticks aocto Hit M
Decorating bunttne, per yard lOc
Decorating Paper, 10 yards f0r..., sOe
Lanterns, all sizes, from So up
NOTE.— Goods delivered free of charge
to Sausallto, ItUthedaie, Mill Valley, Tlbn-
r' n. Antloch, ban Kafael. Stockton, iv-
wards, Vallejo. Napa, San Lorenzo, Melrose,
ban Leandro, Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley.
718 Market Street and 1231 Market Sireet I
jal2 SuTuXa
... 0x....
Regular Size TVlllow Body, Canopy-top, Gal-
vanized Iron Wheel! • $4 50
Extra Size Wllow Body Steel Running Hear,
Canopy Top, Upholstered In fancy Crston 600
Kancy willow Body, trimmed In Sili Keiuy,
Plush 8011. Extra Kunulug Gear 7 40
Hood Top Willow Body, trimmed la Creton,
Ualvanlzed Wheels 7 26
lloou Top, Full Shellacked Body, trimmed In
Silk Itemy, Plush Koll, Light Running
Gear 9 00
Canopy Top, Extra Running Gear. Full Size
Body, trimmed in Silk Kaiuy. l'lusll Roll,
Reversible Handle 1000
Large Assortment or Faucy ISaby Carriage
Afghans rroin 75c to 2 50
Bain High Chairs la Oak or Walnut 1 00
Children's Rockers 76
Children's lllsh-Baek Cabinet Chairs 1 '-'d
Kattan Baby Walkers a DO
On Exhibition in our Art-Room elegant lines
of New and Choice « ah in Tib'.ei, Writing-
D>sks, Bisques, Bronzes, Terra Cotta Fijjur»s,
Piano and Banquet Lamps, new European Nov-
e'.t!«« suitable for Present! at Ajtaniihingly
Low Prices.
„ You are Invited to Inspect onr Goods whether you
wish to purchase or not.
Country order* promptly filled.
Goods delivered free Iu Berkeley, Oakland, anil
The leading Cutlers and Bazaar,
I 818-820 MARKET STREET, ;
15, 17, 19, 21, 23 O'Farrell SL,
Jas TllThSu tt :
y $y \z& &J> \a& %ea \JV
Cloak and Suit House,
8, 10, 12 AND 14 FIFTH STREET.
1 ' our Spring and Summer Goods at exceptionally
low rates. Our Dressmaklug Department was never
more complete than at present. We are prepared to
make up Ladles' own material at two days' notice,
and perfect lit guaranteed at our usual reasonably
rates. We have a very handsome line of Sateen
Suits, ready made; also, all wool aud silk and wool
blouses, at from 60c up.
Russian Jackets at from »'J 60 up: and would call
particular attention to our handsome Kersey ISla-
z«*rs, handsomely trimmed with silk cord and lined
with rhadames, reduced from $12 to 10; also, a
very pretty line of Ladles' and Misses' Lawn Tennis
Suits, In shrunken tianuels In accordion waist aud
sleeves, and full skirts from #7 60 up. These gar-
ments we also make to order. Ho not fall to seo our
cheap Jerseys and extra loug Waist Corsets,
Cloak and Suit House,
San Francisco, Cal. Telephone 3050.
Store will be closed July 4th to July 7th.
1~ "'■ '•, '--. au 25 Turn tf
3.'( Tost St., Below Kearny, Mechanics'
Institute liulldiiiir.
JAMES o. FAIR... ..President
JAMES J'IIKLAN, S. O. MCKPIIY, Vice-Presidents
Directors :
uud JAMES I). I'll ELAN.
Intrregt I'alil on Term anil Ordinary De-
posits. Loans ou Approved Securities.
«:,-i:;ihk open Saturday evenings for deposits.
ap!2eodtf JAMES A. THOMPSON. Cashier.
THE WEEKLY CALL contains in ev-
ery number choice reading mat-
ter equivalent to three hundred
pages of magazine size. $1 25
a a year, postpaid.
. . .OF the....
... OF THE
day of December, A. D. 1889, and for the year
ending on tliuf day, as made to the Insurance Com-
missioner of the Mate of California pursuant to tne
provisions ot Sections 610 and 611 of the Political
Code, condensed as per blank luruUbeu by the Com-
Amount of Capital Stock paid up la
cash $926,000 00
Beat Estate owned by Company $530,805 78
Loans on i uud aud Mortgage ■ 4'AOOl) 00
Cam market ralue ot all stocks and
Bonus owned by Company 2,964,64100
Amount of Loans secured by pledge
of Jiouds, blocks aud other market- '
able securities as collateral 20,000 00
Cash In Bank. 21J.136 19
Interest due and accrued uiiall stocks
Loans 40,2*3 29
Interest due and accrued on Bonds
and Mortgage* • *"7 84
Premiums in due course of collection 433,567 33
Bills receivable, not matured, taken
lor Kisks 70.090 48
Bents due and accrued , 3,100 »a
Total Assets .'........51,317,051 8a
Losses adjusted and unpaid. $59,897 10
Losses in process of adjustment or
In suspense • 216,315 49
Losses resisted, lucludliigexpeiues.... 19.325 26
<iross premiums on *'iie lLisks run-
li.u. 1 one year or less, *2,130,08l 38,
reinsurance 50 per cent 1,035,290 69
Uross premiums on Hie Bisks rim-
ning more than one year, ♦»*-,- .
od4 90, reinsurance pro rata. . 616, id
Amount recUlmai>ie by the insured on
Perpetual Fire Insurance Policies... 1,0"i7 86
Cash dividends remaining unpaid ■■-" 60
l '.-■ and accrued lor salaries, Kent,
etc 9.080 81
All other demands against the Com-
pany .„ 49.730 72
Total Liabilities $1,937,087 18
Net Cash actually received for Fire ,
Premiums *,2.935.423 27
Received lor interest on Bonus and
Mortgages 1,746 54
Received for interest and dividends
ou lionds. Stocks, Loans and from
all oilier sources 108,909 85
Received lor Keuls 6,028 00
celved lor profits on the sale of In-
vestments. 28,447 19
Received lor transfer fees I- 1 if >
Total Income ?3.078.178 10
Net amount paid tor Fire Losses (in-
cluding $247,313 15 losses of previ-
ous years) $1,686,011 38
Dividends to Stockholders 148,936 87
raid or allowed for Commission or
Brokerage 638,370 77
Paid for salaries. Fees and other
charges for officers, clerks, etc 307,397 67
Paid for Mate, .National and local
taxes 44,656 20
All other payments and expenditures 78,108 81
Total Expenditures $-.',803,481 70
l'lro Losses Incurred during the year. .$1,734,036 08
.--..;- ■-_.. I FJKE BISKS. nnnnt
Net amount of risks
y .. a .. tn .!U50.027.941 ,3.289.607 77
year ? :$850,027,941 *3,259,607 77
Net amount of risks!
expired durlug the
year 7 695,815,172 2,695,823 74
Net amount in force
December 31. 1881' 796,027.634 | 3.072.666 28
Y. W. P. KUTIKK, Assistant Manager.
Knbscrib'-d and sworn to before me this 25th day
of April, 18»0. W. J. SULIS,
jy3 7t Vice and Deputy consul at Liverpool.
....or THE ...
....OF TH8....
day of December, A. D. 1889, and for the year
ending on that day, as made to the Insurance Com-
missioner of tue Stale of California, pursuant to the
provisions of Sections 610 and 611 of the Political
Code, condeuaod m per blank furnished by the Com-
Amount of Capital Stock, paid np la
Cash „ $600,00000
Real Estate owned by Company $349. 14 45
Loans on Bond and Mortgage 1,218, 78
Cash Market Value of all Stocks and
Bonds owned by Company 328.875 00
Cash In Company's Office and In Ranks 67.656 96
Interest due and accrued on all Stocks
and Loans 2,500 00
Interest due and accrued on Bonus
and Mortgages 19,745 87
Premiums in due course or collection a7.432 88
Rents due and accrued 3,786 18
Total Assets .!f2,048,554 la
Losses adjusted and unpaid $18,086 44
Losses In process of adjustment or In. ,_„„__. I
suspense .........a 1 1.627 74
Losses resisted Including expenses.... 4,173 22
Uross premiums on Fire Ulsks run-
ning one year or less, $21)5,311 81,
reinsurance 50 per cent 147.65* 90 |
Gross premiums ou Firs BlaU run-
nlngmorethanoneyear,s434,9o9 85,
reinsurance pro rata 231,471 83
Cash dividends remaining unpaid 5,4,- 40
All other demands against the com-
pa.,/ 9,243 48
Total Liabilities $133,73101
Net Cash actually received for Tire
Premiums $126,547 88
Received for interest ou lionds and
Mortgages 61.3.8 17
Received for Interest ami dividends
on Bonds, Stocks, Loans and Irom
a: I other sources. 18,402 49
Received for Rents 6,029 64
Total Income $514,30818
Net amount paid for Fire Losses (In-
cluding $15,465 75 losses of previ-
ous years) $216.226 09
Dividends to Stockholders 62,622 40
Paid or allowed for Commission or
Brokerage 70,901 57
Paid for Salaries, Fees and other
charges for umcers, clerks, etc 43,8:12 26
Paid tor State, National »nd local taxes 16,077 79
All other payments and expenditures.. 87. 1'.'S 39
Total Expenditures $447,155 50
Losses incurred during they ear, Klr«. $^22,041 16
Net amount of Risks wrlt-
tfiidurmi: the year $66,766,337 $518.57211
Net amount of Risks ex-
pired during the year... 63,928,366 472,190 30
Net amount in force De-
cember 31, 1889 76.779.548 729,22166
_ — Harris, President!
JAS. 11. WORDEN. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 14th day
of January, 1890.
Jy3 7t H.M.POHERTT. Notary Public.
si i __.r_'JS3vr3_2\ri i
....OF THE...
or the....
"of December, A. I). 18.40. and lor the year ending
on that diiv. as made to the Insurance < ommissioner
of the Stato of California* pursuant to the provisions
of Sections 010 am! Gil of the Political Code, con-
densed as per blank furnished by the Commissioner.
Amount of Capital Stock paid up in cash. #-150,000 00
Rcnl Estate owned Company »S24.n.'>R 87
Loans on Bund and Mortsaite 3!)8,'^30 00
Cash mark-t valui) of all Bonds and
Stocks owned liv Company 403.903 62
Amount of Loans secured by pledge of
Bonds. Stocks, and other marketable
securities as collateral 71.03001)
Cii-hin Bank' 1.237 IS
Interest due and accrued on all Stocks
and Leans , 8.33252
Interest due and accrued ou Bonds and
Mortgages 12,509 98
Premium* in due course of collection.. .. 8'.'.682(H
Due by Life Department 59,51003
Total Assets... »1,923,61918
Losses In process of adjustment or in
susm-nse 157,133 00
Gross premiums on Fire Risks running
one year or less. 570,758 82. reinsur-
ance 50 i>er cent 285,379 41
Gross premiums on Fire Risks running
Bmore than ouo year, 187,237 21, re-
insurance pro rata 45.858 21
Cash dividends remaining unpaid 7,87883
Due and accrued for salaries, rent, etc. 3,746 2!)
All other demands ami ns t tho Company 7,1172 90
Total Liabilities 1407.769 35
Net Cash actually received for Fire Pre-
miums •• 1635,37454
Received for interest on Bonds and
Mortgages 10,874 00
Received for Interest and dividends on
Bonds, Stocks. Loans, and from ail
other sources (>0.65392
Received for profit on sale of investments 11,3'-2 5*2
lie ceived for Transfer fees 68 l'i
Total Income ■'■ .....* 1721,28310
Netamonnt paid for Fire Losses 5»20,841 19
Dividends to Stockholders 103,50000
Paid or allowed for Commission or ,
Urokenute 112,77998
Paid for Salaries. Fees. and other charge!
for officers, clerks, etc 62.10231
Paid for State. National and local taxes.. 4,938 94
All other payments and expenditures.... 37.44508
Total Expenditures ....' »760,6f17 50
File Losses Incurred during the year.. .. 5429,g4119
Net amount of rinks I
written during the
,year »353.40C.020 1757,34010
Netamountof risks ex- , --;■---
-piled during the yeaf 278,096,585 I 613,235 92
Net amount in force
December 31. 15X!1... 285,004,570 I 057,996
■■; D. DEII-HAR. Manager. ~~
D. J. SURK.NNE, Secretary. -
Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 27th day
ot March, 18U0. HUGH U. PEACOCK. ■
]y3 7t "■'■ Yice-confinU .
!:«*tor<-J,timfH<,n*li<i-»r.l f -r. tVorrrclril, TIUI Kihantlloa*
I rrcmktura Decline, Deea?, W«akuHS • t Body and Hi«d,«l«.,
withttt(;ndinf'i'vil«from wh»tpwrc«n»f.ar^quirkw
I mawnttif cured by »B. CITON'B FKKM'U YITiLIKKRS- *
i'li' l /l*>7itimataSperillc,*i'nrlt.ffrctual hvvtfr* * aifl t«r*. I
.' : At «Iriii:zi«t.«. or by mattorexp., icaiert, prir* $1. * t'ltf,-** .
for $.1. To«ipletcenr«vn»rut««d. I II "V HKD.9l*M'.t'o.
llA^lnii. Mi«%. Aroid imitations. New PUdtral «■■' » <•••. I
. - i.t .lliehmnU t.., 41*7 Saiwouie St.Saul'raacilCo, l .A^tS. I
- JililS "IdlU
MISCELLANEOUS^^ ...,.._ uw . „..^-.J . . -,
The J.E Clutter Whiskies,
429 to 437 Jackson Street,
San Francisco, California.
Information has lately reached this agency to the effect that irresponsible
parties, hailing from the Eastern States, and to us unknown, are in this city
for the purpose of tampering with legitimate business in the above whiskies.
They represent themselves, we are informed, agents-at-large of C. P. Moor-
man, Louisville, Kentucky, owner of the Cutter trademark, and have deceived
and swindled several persons, foisting upon them, in his name, a spurious
and comparatively worthless article of whisky.
We, therefore, as sole agents of C. P. Moorman in California, an:
throughout the Pacific Coast, deem it proper, for the protection of the public
; generally, to issue this caution, and to put people on their guard against suci
mendacious and dishonest interlopers.
Regular dealers with this agency have not been deceived by the false
representations made.
We also give notice that immediate steps will be taken to find out those
who perpetrate this wrong, and, in every instance, prosecution under the law
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