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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 20 January 1880

.kif "!/r: MARSHALL M^CLUlkE, Publisher, JAMESTOWN DAKOTA. TH1 WORLD'S DOIUCrS. |»J*TAIi|A^CXDENT. T. B. Richard s, "brother of Prof. *Ricli ards of Yale oHege,wa§ killed, an. 6.tfr-4he depot in Stanford, Conn., by a Harlem rail road train. The coachmanwas' severely cftf and the carriage %as deMolished. &*youflg lady in the coactf was uninjured. AT ST, A fire broke put at S|. Qlou^ Minn Jan. 6. in the America^* express oflicQabout 12 o'clock and totally ^troyed,the biding, also Marlott's .drug store jmd Narc's restaur­ ant, besides severely damaging other budd­ ings. Total I06S. upoa buUdings^a^j^toci^ about $10,000. jR., Jj It DII'IICIIEKIA IN, RUSSIA. :v* Advices from St, Petersburg of «^in. 8, state that the local Bed Cross society qf Kham koph, in view of the'tenible distress 'prevail ing in the province through the*- rayagas diphtheria, have formed, three- medical aud sanitary detachments to assist the government, to combat the epidemic* FIKE A .« The buildings used as the ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 20 January 1880

TWO DREAMS. BT N. N. Weary the king took off bis crown In either hand he poised its weight 1''Tia strange how heavy it has grown," He said, and with impatient frown He eyed it in a kind of hate Then on his bed he laid him down. And slept, and in a twinkling dreamed. Oh! dream of ectasjr and bliss! Delight through all his senses streamed A ragged vagabond he seemed Free winds of heaven his hair did kiss On his bare skin the free sun beamed. At morn he waked, bewildered, first, Or who he was or where might be Then saw the crown, and with a burst •Of sudden rage he swore and cursed "Nobeggar would change lives with me! all hard fates, a king's is worst!" Outside the palace, on the ground, Starved half to death and freezing cold, Less sheltered than the meanest hound, A beggar slumbered, safe and sound, And dreams to him came 6wift and bold As if a palace walled him round. He dreamed he was a king indeed Oh! dream of ectasy and bliss: Of food, he had his utmost greed: Of gold beyond his...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 20 January 1880

I) }.|? W m™? «OOJ WORD FOR TBIF. KAII KOA MEX. lo where you please, search the world i'lc.m pule to pole, and \vc defy you to find a chifjs of uitiu who toil more hours with out rest thai railro:ui men. ]l matters little what position thev occupy, it is all the sunc. From the poor section man who labors faithfully upon the track, rain or shine, to the J'resident, it is one continual round of servitude. A service r.-ui .5ht with heavy responsibility, hard­ ship and danger, and for which compara­ tively JOW WATTES are paid. And yet we 1 mat men cursing the railroad and employees almost every day blaming them J»r tliat whieh thev are not to blame, and lulling what they would have done had they In eu there. Men who will stay 1mitli fully by their engines aud traiu all ni.ffhf, exposed to the severest Ktorms ever kuo.v 11 in this country as the boys have done 011 this division of the Northern Pacific this winter aud carry snow for days to keep" the Engines alitffc', are a class "t'uieu ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 27 January 1880

VOL.2. tela! Payer Kalaaui CMity. lamcstcwn ^lert. ErMli [cClire Editor & Prop'r. BIMVKD IYSBY TUK8DAT MOBHIKQ. AT U1IST0WH PAK0TA tTERRITORT. ADVERTISING RATES. *. tw. 1w. in. tE la ftr. Jtaet 1.00 i.so too s.ao 4.00 too Sfaehaa, 1.00 4.00 5.00 7.00 AH ortwi f°t (IN Aun matt bo .w cub. We A. ALLEN. IMO S.7S 1.85 4.00 too 11.00 10.00 0.00 1100 14.00 M.0* ftachaa, 4.40 i.oo 0.00 7.00 10.00 *0.00 00.00 ••{•ma, 4.50 0.00 7.35 8.S5 io.w ss.oo 00.00 Ocftlama. S.on 11.00 14.00 15.00 36.00 86.00 00.00 I oelann. lt.m 15,00 18.00 21.00 4u.OO 05.00 lOO.OI ©UE3QCRIR1-ION RATES. P»nU« la idnaci. |Mj«r, poataga paid, $1.10 •BE Moatks. 1.10 acaompaala do thla to protect oar Him "J tMJoo* of oir patron*. All adTtrtisementa aut bo paid qaarterly in ad PUBLISHES. LOCAL NOTICES!-10'cents per Ilea for drat naertloa 5e. par Una for each anbccquent in*ertlon. WO aabaerlptlona —htlnucd longer than paid for* A. zsrsTJRJLxros AQB CTT. Established. REPRESENTS A met*. 1820 The Fire Aaao'tn of Phila. $3,T...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 27 January 1880

r" if j$he ffmnezfown ^Lhtt MARSHALL McC&URE, Publisher. jamestown*# DAKOTA. THE WORLD'S DOINGS. HELP FOR IRELAND. the .Catholic cktirches in the»ctyooej»e uthwnrk, Eng., fn Sunday, January 11. a In ef Southwitrl letter from tJtie.bialiQjj.oa..Llia^subject. of di*- Iress in Ireland was road and a colled ion was taken up. The amount received was about ^1,000. .hi H* -4,'v COMFIRMED. The Senato confirmed Jan. lp, fefF." ReVdVat Samuel S. Packman. Pennsylvania, consul at Ghent Jacob Wheeler, United States marshal for the southern district of Illinois G. W. 'French, •Lief justice .qt Arizona Tentoiy. Postmas-. ters—Pennsylvania, Isaac Mo^rliead, at Eri^ W. Mount Joy. ,'t OKN. IJITJS .10.HN ROETPR. The Senate, military committer failed to obtain a quorum Jan, 13, owing to scyeyaj. Members being engaged with other commit­ tees, but by common consent the chairman •was authorized to appoint a sub-committee to consider the bill for thereljef of Gen. Fitz John Porter and report upon it.to...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 27 January 1880

ie ^ittimlown ^ilcrt. SUPPLEMENT. OMPEY'S THANKSGIVING TURKEY. '1 BY M. C. DODO E. To-morrow is Thanksgiving day an' Pompey's gwine ter try To borrow de l'at turkey from ole massar on de sly Do chickens, dey git out de way wken Pom pey.comes along, An' when do turkeys fine liLn out,dey'll Bing I auudder song. Del pots a-bile'n on dc liarf, already foh ter souse De turkey, when dat lazy Pomp cornea lar fin in de house— 0,igolly! heah dat watch dog bark and heah dat niggah yell— )at mus uePomp—hi! dereheeomcs,across de lot pell-mell. dog hab got him by de seat—Pomp, like de ^tebbil run .par comes ole massar arter you 0, Lawd! he's got a gun. Now you is safe, de turkey's safe, de cabin door is"locked Take off dose panLs for mendiu, dey,—0, Lawdy, who dat knocked? Git down de bible miglrly quick—put on dose specs an' prjty As if de debbil come foh you upon de jedg ment day Hi! stop dat lcnockin' on de door. I'se comin' —I declali! If 'taint ole massar, jest in time ter jiue de family pr...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 27 January 1880

Jamestaum JAMESTOWN- A Retrospective Cilanc© at its F.arly History, together Witli a Brief Mketeh of its Present atul future prospects. [Continued from last week.] CHAPTER II. As we gradually find ourselves drawing into the months ot fall and winter, mat­ ters began to assume a more settled tone, nnd immigration io cease. Many changes were made for winter, among which was ttie departure on the 7th day of Septem ber, 1872, of Company C., lieretofore mentioned, from Fort Seward to Port 8nelling, it having been relieved by Com­ pany of the same regiment. On Sep tember 10th, General Phil. Sheridan arrived with his staff on a tour of inspec­ tion of the posts in this vicinity and the upper Missouri. A general rejoicing was indulged in by all the settlers and soldiers. Salutes were fired, the troops of the fort paraded and every possible manifestation of respect and bonor was showered upon the brave commander. A few days later, namely, on the 13th of this month, a very important event hap...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 27 January 1880

A SHADOW IN THE VALLEY. There's a shadow in the valley Where the lillies lie asleep, Where the laughing: waters murmur, And the sweet flags droop and weep. There'a shadow in the valley, And a sigh floats in the air, Like the breath sf angels resting ••'re the fair fie enc mirrored there. Such a shadow in the vailey Brings a burden to my heart Cannot you, too, understand it'/ Have you never felt its smart'? I have watched the lillies lying, I have seen the sweet flags weep, And have wished that I, when dying, Might be laid with them to sleep I have heard the breezes murmur Low, soft songs within this vale I have seen the blackbird hover O'er the lillies fair and pale, I have seen a ray of sunlight Linger 'mong the reeds at play But the 6ilent, creeping shadow Chased the merry sprite away. Like the human heart, o'ersliadowed By a sorrow swift and deep, Lie the sweet flags and the lillies In the shadowy vale asleep. There's a melancholy sweetness In the perfume-laden air, And the tall ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 27 January 1880

dh «s '$•£ \h ?£$ 1 rr I. if •fv if \4 I •f 1 4» ft )$• .% I QIE" it With tbis issue we cotntaeucc the regu ]«r publication of two extra pages. The reason we take this method of enlarging is bioauae our press is not of a sufficient sue to pmnir. us to print to adjutage a Inrger paper than we are now publishing ami because we sire, unfortunately, too poor it present to fuvnish ourselres with Inrger one. The expense of publishing our paper in its present form is much jjrratfr than it would be, to publish one two or three columns larger, in the form of a folio. Notwithstanding we do all we are able. considering what we have to do mrjth, cheerfully, knowing by experience that our readers aud adver tigers will Appreciate the effort. We be­ lieve the time not far in the future when our resources will be such as to enable u« to publish a paper which the people of Jamestown will be proud of, and one which, even that abortion, the Argus, will be forced to recognize. THE SPECIAL ELKCTIOX, to ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 3 February 1880

ganiestomra 5Mcrl. ffdlnial Paper of Btwtnaim Connty. Marshall McClars Editor & Prop'r. ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY MOIiXIWG. AT jAMESTOWN DAKOTA TERRITORY. ADVERTISING RATES. \r. 2 w, 3 w. 1 in. J9 rn. 8 m. 3.1':) *1.50 2 2.!i0 4.00 7.00 I Inch, nc*ea, 4 inrst.-i. n, ortlMSin, I .•v Ht. 12.00 18.00 a 2.75 3.-.M 4.0ft V.m 12.00 ft 4." 5 m) e.oo ia.oo is.oo 34.00 4.m r..in n«» ?.« 15 00 20.00 10.00 4.50 6.C-!) 7.55 8.35 lfi.fl* 25.C-0 88.00 11.ci 1 l.oo ir».rft 96.i/i 3!i.OO 6U.«0 IS 13 «f IS t» iil.irt) 4i'.00 OS.(K» 100.00 GUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Adrancc. One Year, postage paid 8lx Months. $3.10 1.80 AU orders for the. ALKKT MUST be accompanic I«if tfc«e cai«h. Wo do this to protect our nelvta an for the good of our patron*. AH advertisements uiuut be paid quarterly ill ad PUliLlSilKK. LOCAL yoTH KS'- 10 ccnts per lino for first. insertion Sc. per line for each subsequent. iusurlion. NO subscriptions colitlnoetl longer than piul for ADDITIONAL LOCALS, —Learned Bros have just re...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 3 February 1880

Jf/w/. j^he Jamestown MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. TAMESTOWN DAKOTA. TH1 WORLD'S DOINGS. INDIAN APPROPRIATION. The Iudiari appropriation bill was agreed upon by the congressional sub-commit­ tee, appropriates $469,000, §300,000 less than estimated by the department, and §20,000 less than last year. SIXTEENTH CONSTITUTIONAL AMENEMENT. (iMrs. Wallace of Indiana, Lucinda B. Chandler, of Pensylvania, Susan B. Anthony^ and other delegates of the Woman's Suffrage Association, made arguments Jan. 23 before the U. S. committees in favor of the 16th amendment to the constitution, to enfran cliise women. FIRE. The wholesale drug house of Robert Smith of Alton, 111., was burned on the morn­ ing of Jan. 2:5, together with the Alton Tele­ graph and job printing office of Beall and Danvers. Smith's loss was about §110,000 insured $89,000- The prinling offices were on­ ly partially snsured. THE POPE INDIGNANT. :jLondon advices of Jail. 20 say a dis­ patch from Rome to the Pall Mall Gazette says th...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 3 February 1880

DURING THE COMMUNE. A Graphic Sketch. Fighting was going on at Clamart and Meuaon. General Duval, having been made prisoner by General Vinoy, was shot dead. The foaming rage with which the fighting was carried on is indescrib­ able. Two combatants, one of the regiv lar army, and ufedcre, had met at a bath establishment OH the Avenue Neuilly. They began fighting, until, by successive attacks made on one another, they reach­ ed the roof of the house. When they threw away their rifles and began a hand-to Laiid struggle, the trooper trying to free himself from the grasp of his enemy and to ma«ce his escape. Seeing this, the federc drew a knife from his pocket, and, as he was going to stab him, the trooper laid flat on the roof, and by a rapid movement got hold of one of his enemy's legs, and both fell on the pavement, a height of twenty-five yards. Neither of them was killed, but the trooper had his face smeared with blood and dust. The federe, having fallen on the trooper's body, had t...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 3 February 1880

I In 1 ft V.. ai' i-!' 0 V4.n»ic»m the ^lt, Paul Fire & V2«rino to: .trance I'.oHpanr, on the Sist t!uy of A »ecen» k«r, 1H99. The name of the Company ifl St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company. It is /ocated In St. Paul, Minnesota. Tits amount of its Capital is $400,000.00. paid up is $400,000.00 The Assets of the Company arc as follows: Cash on band and in the hands of Banks $ 86.99S.80 Real Estate unincumbered 115,375.46 Boud owned by the company, lo-wit, (see schedule) 327,814.07 Loans on Bond and Mortgages being first lien on unincum­ bered Keal estate worth double the amount Loaned, 55,903.72. Debts otherwise securcd, Loans on collaterals. 203,973.11 Debts for premiums $48,054 04 All other securities 19,662 33 Total assets.. $ 857,681.53 LIABILITIES. Losses unadjusted $ 27,676.81. Losses in suspense waiting for further proof, 7,250. All other claims against the Company, com'ns due ag'ts 5,372.09. Am't required for Re insurance Reserve 251,007 57. A. jiMBiu.'kniatet T...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 10 February 1880

Jamestown ^Icrt. ••(tol Paper of itatNman Conaty. gas. Sarstall McClnrs Editor & Prop'r. ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. AT jAMESTOWN DAKOTA TERRITORY. ADVERTISING RATES. _iw. j!w. 3\f. 1 m. lid, flai. _D* 1.00 1.50 8 00 2.50 4.00 7.00 13.00 3.25 4 00 8.00 12.00 18.00 5 T0 FI00 13«0 1«.08 34.00 1 Isch, 8 inches, 8 fecJics, 4 tacke*. column, 4 Mlima, 2 (X) 2.75 8.00 4.0 4. PO 8.W *.00 It.'on 14.00 tsioi) 26.(Wt s#!oo 6t)]no FI.FTO 7.O 15.00 20.00 AO.O" 4.50 «.0I 7 -2.) 8.25 LG.OT 25.'.'0 38.00 ooinmn. 15 00 15.00 18 00 21.0# 4".fl0 65.00 lOO.ttO QU^aCRTPTI on rates". Payable in Advance. OM Year, postage paid ........ .$2.10 •IK Months. 1.31) All orders for the ALERT mast bo accoinpanie hf the cash. We do tliis to protect our selves an the good of out1 patron!". All advertisements must be paid quarterly in ad *«BM. PUULlSHKlt. LOCAL SOTILLS!- 10 cents per line for first Mertion Ac. pei line for each subsequent insertion. VO ••li«cr1p')ons enntlnued longer than paid for "ADDITIONAL L...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 10 February 1880

g' §he $Hmextown J'hrt. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. TAMESTOWN DAKOTA. TJUIC WORLD'S DOINGS. A BROKEN ANKI/E. 4 Near Lake City, nu., Jan. 28, V. It. Lee while at work in tlie Held, slipped and foil oil the ice, breaking the front ankle bone of his right leg. He was conveyed home and medical aid called. LOST AT SEA. The New York Graphic of Jan. 29 pub­ lishes a dispatch from Odessa containing a ru­ mor that a Russian transport vessel with 2,000 troops aboard has beeu lost in the Cas pian Sea aud most, if not all, the soldiers per islied- NOMINATION.S AND COIMKMATIONS. The Senate has continued Luther Har risson, of Pennsylvania, principal clerk on land claims of the general landoflice. Post­ masters—Iowa, Mrs. Hattie Lucas, Ames Wisconsin, Henry C. Payne, Milwaukee Min­ nesota, Abram Harkins, Rochester James G. Pain, Martinsville. CALLED TO ACCOUNT. The Monde the organ of the papal nun fciatio at Paris, an. 30, referring to the mis­ sion of Parnell to the United States, says by the wo...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 10 February 1880

fcLti- THE HOME DOCTOR. FEVER AND AGUE.—There are some situations where fever and ague prevails every season, and this is the case in the vicinity of creeks and swamps. An ac quaintance of ours, who has resided for several years on one of these creeks, never has had a single case of fever and ague in his family, while all his neigh­ bors have been more or less affected with it every season. He attributes his immunity from this troublesome dis­ ease to the use of a good fire in his house every chilly and damp night in summer and fall. When the Indians travel at night or early in the morning in swampy regions they cover their nose and mouth with some part of their garments to warm the air which they inhale, and this they say prevents chills and fevers. AIR AS A STIMULANT—The exciting and stimulating properties of pure oxy­ gen are well known, and every one has felt the invigorating influence of fresh .air, yet no practical application has been made of these beneficial proper­ ties of ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 10 February 1880

*V* I 1 'V •4 aj ~.v -*m T.W. FIELDS, Watcb Repairer aiil Jeweler. A SB TO WS Ntetemeat of the Condition of the Ml. Vaal Flro A Marine Jnimranee Compnny, on the Slat day or Decern* her, The name of the Company is St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company. It is located in St. Paul, Minnesota. The amount of its Capital is $400,000.00. 44 Total assets $ 857,681.53 LIABILITIES. Losses unadjusted $ 27,676.81* Losses in suspense waiting for further proof, 7,250. All other claims against the Company, com'ns due ag'ts 5,372 09. Am't required for lie-insuraucc Heserre 251,007 57. Total liabilities,.... $ 291,306.47. The greatest insured in one risk $5,000.00. State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey C. H. Bigelow, President, and C. A. Eaton, Secretary of the St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company, being duly sworn, depose and say, that the foregoing is a full, true and correct statement of the affairs of said Company that the said In tmrance Company is the bona fide owner of at least O...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 17 February 1880

faraestoura 1 Paper af Htatman Ctnity. Marshall McClnre Editor & Prop'r. IMVKD EVERT TUESDAY MORNING. AT JAMESTOWN DAKOTA TERRITORY. iUfc3QCRlF»TION RATES. Parable in AdvftBv*. IB*J°*t Port®*# paid $j.i# BfeMaatha. kf foL?k#.A«**wu»t ba accompania ,JJ 'V c*»h- Wa dotliia to protect our nelves am f•"food of oar patron*. •dtwtiaemeeU But 1M paid quarterly ia ad PUBL18HKK. I S W *eanta per lint for 8rrt wmm%wm, k. ptr lint for cach subsequent iBierriin, ^SVSM!SI!£5MS5!1SSSmSISmS££S!1£L 2B 149DITI0RAL LOCALS. •—Learned Bros., hare just received a ear load of tbe followirg stoves .- PARLOR STOVES. Ooldea Star, 8ilvep Star, tbe Resolute •od CJ raffle. coos Strom. Challenge, Fansbon, Fire produce Toung America, Silver Star and Golden Star Cook. Jamestown General Produce. Provision & Grocery Market CtmeMd Weekly by L, LYOST Jo-} whe«t. 95 cts$$l.00 per busliel No. "90 92 bu Oats 45 $ 50 bu White Rose Flour $7.50 per barrel. J*our Ace Patent 4i $8 50 por barrel. Mesa Pork |30 bbl Bac...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 17 February 1880

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Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 17 February 1880

*1* I .''.J*. V/ffc .' y.M. T. YV. FIELDS, atcli. Repairer and JgwRler. STO Wy I) STATEMENT OF THE coNnmoss OP THE fix lJAur, FJIIK & AKIN is INSURANCE oiIl»ANY, ON T1IE 31.ST DAY OK DEC. '70. The name of the Company is St. Paul ire & Marine Insurance Company. It is located in Saint Paul, Minnesota The amount of its Capital 1^1400.000,00 paid up is $400,000,00. The Assets of the Company arc as follows: Cash on hand and in the hands of Banks 86,998.80 Real Estate unincumbered 115,275.40 Bond owned by the company, to-wit, (see schedule) 327,814.07 Loans on Bond and Mortgages being first lien on unincum­ bered Heal estate worth dpuble the amount Loaned, 55,903.72. Debts otherwise secured, Loans on collaterals. 203,973.11 Dmbts for premiums $48,054 04 All other securities 19,662 33 Total assets $ 857.681 53 LUIULlTim Losses unndjiist $ 27,676.81. Lo.si\s in suspense waiting for further proof, 7,250. All ther claims a^n'mst the Company, OHII'II-. DUE ag'ls 5,372,09. Ain't require...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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