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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH [Published by authority of the Auditor of Public Accounts of the State I of Virginia.] ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEM BER 31, 1898, OF THE CONDITION AND AFFAIRS OF THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED) OF LONDON, ENGLAND, ORGANIZED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, MADE TO THE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, IN PURSUANCE TO THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA. Secretary and General Manager—E. Cozens Smith, London, General Attorney—J. J. Courtney. Principal Office In United States—33 Pine street, New Resident Manager—J. T. Dargan, Atlanta, Ga. General Agent in Virginia—Virginia Trust Company, • Richmond, Va Organized or Incorporated—lßo3. Commenced Business in United States—lß6B. Amount of capital stock subscribed $6,000,000 00 Amount of capital stock paid up in cash 1,500,000 00 Amount of capital stock unpaid 4,500,000 00 Value of real estate owned by the company $ 476,634 70 ACCOUNT OF BONDS OF THE UNITED STATES...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

Deduct all amounts actually received for salvage (whether on losses of the last or of previous years), $5,522.28; and all amounts actually received for reinsurance in other companies, $3<,870.96—T0tal deduction 43,893 84 Net amount paid during the year for losses 760,675 48 Paid for commission or brokerage 200,607 02 Paid for salaries, fees, and all other charges of officers, clerks, agents, and all other employees. 92,342 60 Paid for State and local taxes In this and other States 42,444 59 All other payments and expenditures 98,839 64 Aggregate amount of actual Disbursements during the year, in cash $1,194,909 33 BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA DURING THE YEAR. Fire. Risks written $1,252,688 00 Premiums received (gross) 20,880 29 _osses paid 20,515 92 Losses incurred '. 19.312 92 (Signed) J. J. COURTNEY, General Attorney. State of New York, City of New. York—es.: Sworn to February 2, 1899, before || Seal of Commissioner. i| CHARLES EDGAR MILLS. Commissioner. i ..... _ (Publish...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

Kill.— LIABILITIES, id unpaid to be- $ 36,307 92 ! adjustment or in g all reported and supposed losses 195,200 27 Losses resisted, including interest costs, and other expenses thereon 6,125 00 Total amount of claims for losses $237,633 19 Deduct reinsurance due or accrued.... 85,112 98 Net amount of unpaid losses IK2 K2O 21 *«. « w»w. ID4,(_U ii. Gross premiums (less reinsurance) re- Icelved and receivable upon all un expired fire risks, running one year or less from uate of policy, including interest premiums on perpetual fire risks, $932,110.87; unearned premiums (50 per cent.) $466,055 43 Gross premiums (less reinsurance) re ceived and receivable upon all un expireu fire risks, running more than one year from date of policy, $1,328, --426.50; unearned premiums (prorata). 729,804 65 Gross premiums (less reinsurance, cash and bills) received and receivable on all unexpired marine risks (50 per cent, on time hulls) 99,927 47 Total unearned premiums, as computed above 1,295,787 56 To...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

OTHER STATES, AND ALSO OF BONDS OF INCORPORATED CITIES IN THIS STATE, AND OF ALL OTHER BONDS AND STOCKS, OWNED ABSOLUTELY BY THE COMPANY. 110 bonds Northern Pa- Not Inc'ding ciflc Rwy prior lien Accrued Inl and land grant $ 100,000 00 $ 102,000 00 Paul, Mpls. & Omaha Rwy Co. (SI,OOO each) 50,000 00 67,500 00 27 bonds City of Port land (Ore.) water (SI,OOO each) 27,000 00 30,880 00 23 bonds City of Port land (Ore.) bridge (SI,OOO each) 23,000 00 26.405 00 27 bonds City of Jordan, Minn. (SI,OOO each).. 27,000 00 29,700 00 25 bonds State of Geor gia (SI,OOO each) 25,000 00 26,250 00 174 certificates of in- Ilness City of St. Minn., $500 each 87.000 00 87,000 00 iflcates of in- Iness City of h, Minn 12,230 56 12,964 39 s County of Mis- Mont, $1,000 10.000 00 11,800 00 Is City of Fari- Mlnn., $1,000 25,000 00 26,500 00 s county of Kid fj. D., $500 each. 9,000 00 10,350 00 s county of Mor *. D, $500 each. 12,000 00 13,440 00 i village of Glen- Klnn., $1,000 each 8,000 00 9,600 00 i (r...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

including Interest premiums on per petual Are risks, $721,308.90; un earned premiums (60 per cent.) $360,654 45 Gross premiums received and receivable upon all unexpired fire risks, running more than one year from date of policy, $1,085,380.20; unearned prem iums (pro rata) 582,848 61 Gross premiums (Including both cash and bills) received and receivable upon all unexpired Inland navigation risks, $145,809.63; unearned premiums (50 per cent.) 72,904. 81 Total unearned premiums, as computed above 1,016,407 87 All other demands against the company, absolute and contingent, due and to become due, ad mitted and contested—viz.: Commissions, brokerage, and other charges due and to become due to agents and brokers, on premiums paid and in course of collection 32,067 49 Total amount of all Liabilities, except Capital Stock, and Net Surplus $1,239,098 94 Joint-stock capital actually paid up in cash 500,000 00 Surplus beyond capital and all other liabilities.. 784,888 78 Kggregate amount of a...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

HI. DISBURSEMENTS DURING THE) YEAR. At shown by the book* at Home Office at close of business December Silt: Grose amount paid for loeees (including $136, --429.08 occurring in previous years) $1,287,950 _ Deduct amounts received for salvages (on teases of the last or of previous years), $26,614.41; and from Insurance In other companies, $116,588.45 143,802 86 Net amount paid during the year for losses H. 094,747 69 1,094,747 69 Paid stockholders for Interest or dividends (amount de clared during the year, $120,000) 120,000 00 Commissions or brokerage to agents, less received on re insurances 406,478 20 Salaries, fees, and all other charges, officers, clerks, and all other employees 180,178 98 Taxes, licenses, and fees 72,23142 Advertising, printing, and stationery, $26,936.72; legal ex penses, $1,941.61; repairs and expenses on real estate, furniture, and fixtures, $7,606.69; miscellaneous, $134, --961.58 171.436 60 Loss on sales or maturity of ledger assets 216,809 96 Total expend...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

80 shares Southern Railway Co., preferred.... 1,613 00 8,800 160 shares Union Pacific R. R. Co., preferred.. 7,800 60 9,000 260 shares Aetna National Bank, Hartford 86,000 00 86,280 269 shares Charter Oak National Bank, Hart ford 24 461 60 84 748 25 shares Central National Bank,' New York \\ 8,126 00 s!B7fi 40 shares City Bank, Hartford 4,000 00 4,000 100 shares Farmers and Mechanics National Bank, Hartford 11000 00 11,000 509 shares Hartford National Bank, Hartford .. 70,242 00 68,716 360 shares National Exchange Bank, Hartford.. 21,900 00 21,600 76 shares National Bank of the Republic, Boston 10 _6 00 11260 10 shares National Bank of Commerce, Kansas City , 1000 00 1000 4 t£ ■^ are " Phoenix National Bank, Hartford... 62!800 00 62800 70 shares St Paul National Bank, St. Paul. Minn 4 200 00 4 900 .15 Bhar e" Second National Bank, New Haven! 4)260 00 4126 100 shares Thames National Bank. Norwich.... 14,600 00 14600 \ 207 shares Hartford City Gas Light Co., Hart ford g 2go 00 s oan 4...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

The journalistic coinage, "opening the door," referring to the advance of civilizing influences in China, is of more than passing interest to the stu dent of Israel's history, for, if tradi tion is true, somewhere in the heart of China, Jews, or their descendants, will be found. The same proposition may be ad vanced as to "Darkest Africa," as the following article, taken from an ex change, proves conclusively : Lately an exchange published the following regarding the black Jews in darkest Africa. Goobeler Cubler, the chieftain, stated that a great number of Israelites inhabit the oases of Sa hara and dwell also at Bather, Bis Arabi, Taggert, Bousra Bein, Uzab, Loquaz, etc. There are in each of these places as many as a hundred Jewish families, and in some of them even more. In one place there are six with numerous syn agogues and about one hundred copies of the Law, written upon parchment, some of which weie more ancient than any before seen. Goobeler talked very knowingly about Tim...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

I THE JEWISH SOUTH NON-LEDGER ASSETS. :, $9,562.50, and accrued, $7,372.50 on Bonds and Stocks, 16,935 00 ue (not including interest), of Bonds and Stocks over ilue 31,815 62 niums in course of collection December more than three months due 198,974 46 ;of Collection, Commis'n and Brokerage. 28,043 15 it of Uncollected Premiums not more than three l due, carrried in $11,504.17- $170,931 31 ""■' '■ - - Gross Assets $2,519,138 24 Deduct Asshts Not Admitted. )it balances, unsecured 740 72 Total Admitted Assets $2,518,397 52.' V. NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES, isted and unpaid $ 25,480 27 rocess of adjustment, or in suspense, ma ll reported and supposed losses. 64,550 90 isted (not outlawed), including interest, id other expenses thereon 22,370 50 amount of Claims for Losses $112,401 67 ct Re-insurance due or accrued 5,927 86 • mount of Unpaid Losses $106,473 81 liums (less re-insurance) received and re e upon all unexpired Fire risks running ir or less from date of policy, including : premiums...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

dans; he belonged to the same reli gion, he explained, and had called to make their acquaintance. Now, Mas ter Ngai made it clear that he was an Israelite, a native of Kae-fung-foo,the capital of Honan. ]He had come to pass an examiaation)at Peking for a mandarin degree, and had been led by curiosity and brotherly feeling to call at the mission house. In his native city, he said, there were ten or twelve families of Israel ites and a synagogue, which they had recently restored at an expense of 10, ---000 crowns, and they had a roll of the Law four or five hundred years old. The missionary's letter described the synagogue. It occupied a space between three and four hundred feet in length by about fifty in breadth, and was divided into four courts. It had borrowed some decorative splendor from China. The inscription in He brew, "Hear, O Israel; the Lord our God is one Lord. Blessed be the name of the glory of His kingdom for ever and ever," and thetencommandments were emblazoned in go...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. Premiums due and deferred, less cost of collec tion «. 233,924 64 Agents' Balances 61,063 46 Commuted Commissions 155,102 25 Carried out at market value—Total... 15,538,726 24 BUSINESS IN VIRGINIA DURING 1898. No. Amount. Number and amount of policies in force December 31st tof previous year 319 $845,593 00 mber and amount of policies issued during the year. . 22 64,219 00 Total "341 $909,812 00 j luct number and amount which have ceased to be in force during the year 47 170,009 00 Total number and amount of policies in force December 31, 1898 294 $739,803 00 I lOunt of losses and claims on policies unpaid Decem ber 31st of previous year 1 $2,500 00 Amount of losses and claims on policies incurred during the year 9 18,670 00 « Total 10 $21,170 00 ount of losses and claims on policies paid during the year 10 $21,170 00 Amount of assessments, premiums, dues a,nd fees collected or secured in Vir- Ka during the year, in cash and notes or credits, without any deduction ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 March 1899

■piCHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG •AX AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JAN. 16, 1899. LEAVE BVRD-STREET STATION. 3:33 A. M., Daily, for Washington and points North. Stops only at Milford and Fredericksburg. Pullman Sleepers to New York. 8:20 A. M., Sunday only, for Washington and points North. Stops at hlba, Glen Allen, Ashland. Taylorsville, Dos well, Ruther Glen, Penola, Millord, Woodslane, Guinea, Summit, Fred ericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater Pullman car. H:4.f> A. M., Daily. except Sunday, for Washing ton and points North. Stops at lilba. Ashland, Taylorsville. Dos well, Kuther Glen, Penola, Milford, Woodslane, Guinea. Summit, Fred ericksburg. Brooke, and Widewa ter. Pullman car. 9:05 A. M., Daily, except Monday. New York and " Florida Special, Solid vesti buled train, composed exclusively of Pullman cars, lor Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York. No local stops. 12:00 M. Daily, except Sunday, for Washing ton and points North. Stops at Elba, Gl.n Allen, Ashland,...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 March 1899

• VOLUME 11. NUMBER 19. WORK DELIVERED IN 48 HOURS FROM RECEIPT OF ORDER. A Copper-plate, with your name and 50 Engraved Cards, for $i 00 Plate and 100 Cards, --...... 133 Address per line, extra, -.-..... 25 'Ifyou furnish Plate — so Cards, 50 * 100 • . 9S \ CASH MUST AOCOMPANY ORDEW. - | Write tor Prices on WEDDING INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCE- ■ MBNTS, CARDS, etc H. T. EZEKIEL, P. O. Box 557. 526 E. Main Street. I OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT WITH TIIK Richmond • Perpetual • Building Loan • and • Trust • Co., 1004 E. MAIN STREET. DEPOSITS of $1.00 and, upwards received and INTEREST allowed thereon. LOANS MADE ON REAL EBTATE. NEGOTIABLE PAPER DISCOUNTED. YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED. H. Theodore EllYson, Henry S. Hutzler, President. Cashier. : RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 March 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH Volume Xl—Number 12. RICHMOND, VA., MARCH 31,1899. Whole Number 270^ Mr. and Mrs. Simon Syele are spendingthe Raster holidays at Atlantic City. Mr. Lawrence Syele, of Baltimore, was in the city this week visiting relatives. Miss RosaKe Held was among the reserve teachers appointed by the School Board last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen had a large number of friends at their house to the Sedarlast Sunday night. Mr. Henry Abrams, who recently located in Ken tucky, writes that he is much pleased .vith his new home. Dr. S. Galeski returned from the North last Sun day and left the following day on a Southern trip in the interest of the American Guild. Mr. Emanuel Raab, who has been quite sick re cently, was sufficiently recovered to beout this week. Accompanied by Mrs. Raab, he left Wednesday night for Atlantic City. The usual Passover services were held in the syna gogues last Saturday evening, Sunday, and Monday. There was a large increase in the number of Sedars, m...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 March 1899

THE J__ WxSH SOUTH. tility at variance with the rough demeanor of his "Massel-tov, Meyer!" cried his mother and the Schadchen with one breath. "For what?" asked the man, looking from one to the other. The presence of the Schadchen suggested "You are a happy bridegroom," cried his mother "Ah! May I inquire who my bride may be?" Rheinthal assumed an air of importance commen surate with the grandeur of his mission. He took a chair, into which he fell majestically, and rubbed his hands for a while in silence. At length he said in a tragic whisper: "It is Yetta, the daughter of Gradinsky, the brew er of Brody. He is the richest man in Galicia." The widow's eyes danced at the prospect, but Meyer asked with the shrewd air of a business man: "How much does she bring her husband ?" "Fifty thousand gulden in ready money, and a fine outfit besides." "Ah! and I suppose she is very hideous. Ugliness and a big dowry usually go hand in hand." "On the contrary," replied the Schadchen, "she is a bea...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 March 1899

"Forgive me if I decline to answer that until I have seen your daughter. I must first know if she can learn to love me. Unless she herself consents, I would not desire to wed her. Until then must my name remain a secret." "And if," replied the father, impressed by the other's manner, "she accepts you, I shall not oppose the "All I ask is that my first interview with her shall be under four eyes." The father consented, and what occurred when the long-separated lovers met cannot therefore be re- It was a happy couple that an hour later sought the father's presence and a parent's blessing, and when he heard their story he did not withhold his consent to the match. A few days later the delighted family were sitting down to the concluding Passover supper when the door opened and Rheinthal, the Schadchen, entered, and with him came Meyer Schlegel on the tiptoe of "Shaloem Alickem," cried the Schadchen, "and gut yomtov! Friend Gradinsky, I bring you the prom ised son-in-law." Explanations ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 March 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED "TO THE INTEREHTM OF JUDAISM. PUBUIHXO WEBKU. J* HERBERT T. EZEKIEE, Editor and Publisher, 826 East Main Strbrt.t - Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents. Resolutions and other Reading Notices,: 10 _ cents per line. Bntered at the PostOfflcc, Richmond, Va., aa second class matter. There is food for the philosopher in the~thoughl that widely divergent, and often opposite, causes lead up to the same result. On Saturday last in this city a number of Sedars were not held until midnight. In most instances the heads of the families would or could riot* leave their business earlier, Saturday night being the busiest time of the week. On the other hand, in some houses*, the pious- < wife could not begin her culinary preparations for the feast on the Sabbath, and as these occupied sev eral hours it was nearly midnight before she was ready for herfamilyto gather aroundthe Sedar.table. So far as the hour itself was concerned, it w...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 March 1899

The fiercest and most warlike of the Philippine tribes are the Moros, who inhabit the island of Sulu, one of the smaller islands of the group. These Moros are Mohammedans and hate Christians with the characteristic in tensity of their coreligionists wher ever found. They have a sultan who has governed them without much re gard for the Spaniards, though the latter have for some years maintained a garrison on the island. Professor Dean C. Worcester, who visited this island with the Steere's expedition in IS9I, describes in an in teresting way the religious concep tions of these fierce Mohammedan barbarians in his book, " The Philip pine Islands." One of the sultan's ministers gave Professor Worcester , an account which he reproduces as follows: "The Moros believe that the sun, moon, and stars are the light of God to 'dominar' the whole world. There are no other worlds than this in the universe; but there are beings which inhabit the air above us and the earth beneath our feet. They wo...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 March 1899

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. Interest due, $9,562.50, and accrued, $7,372.50 on Bonds and Stocks, 16,935 00 Market value (not including interest), of Bonds and Stocks over book value 31,815 62 Gross Premiums in course of collection December 31 not more than three months due. 198,974 46 Deduct cost of Collection, Commis'n and Brokerage. 28,043 15 Net amount of Uncollected Premiums not more than three months due, carrried in $11,504.17- $170,931 31 Gross Assets $2,519,138 24 Deduct Assets Not Admitted. Agents' debit balances, unsecured 740 72 Total Admitted Assets $2,518,397 52 V. NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. Losses adjusted and unpaid $ 25,480 27 Losses in process of adjustment, or in suspense, in • eluding all reported and supposed losses. 64,550 90 Losses resisted (not outlawed), including interest, costs and other expenses thereon 22,370 50 Total amount of Claims for Losses $112,401 67 Deduct Re-insurance due or accrued 5,927 86 Net amount of Unpaid Losses $106,473 81 Gross Premiums (less re-ins...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 March 1899

Isa, was a man like ourselves, but great and good and very powerful. He was not a son. of God. The Moros hate and kill the Christians, because they teach that men could punish and kill a son of God. "Mohammed had a grandson and a granddaughter of whom he was very fond. As he was king of the world, Christ came to his home to visit him. Mohammed, jealous of him, told him to prove his power and he would not 'divine' (divinar). Mohammed then vowed if he did not answer correctly he would pay for it with his own life. Christ replied, 'You have two animals in there, different from anything else in the world.' Mohammed replied, 1 N.o, you are wrong, and I will now kill you.' Christ said, 'Look first and see for yourself.' Mohammed opened the door, and out rushed two hogs, into which Christ had changed his grandchildren." Professor Worcester adds that Mo ros are forbidden to tell this story to infidels, and when the minister sobered up he remained for several days be seeching the professor n...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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