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a lr I 0 «!M Volume GENERAL NEWS. TIM Swwto Conildert a Bill For The Equipment of Vowel to Convey Supplies To Ireland. A BII' Inlr*iNl Authorising The tele bra lin «(thii lOOlh Anniversary of lh, imcM of the Revolution. CONGRESSIONAL- flBNATK. Washington, Feb. 17.—Many petition* were .presented one from the railroad corn panic* against the reduction of duty on steel rail*. A bill providing for the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the recog nition of American independence by a national exhibition at New York in 1883, wan placed on the calender. Mr. Logan submitted the following refu tation which was referred to the committee on naval affairs: Iteinlved, Tha^t the secretary of the nav? be authorized to equip and furnish a vessel for tlie purpose of conveying to Ireland such contribution* offered, and other supplies a* are furnished in the Uoited States for the relief of the differing in Ireland. The bill authorizing the secretary of the interior and secretary of the treasury to em' ploy additional clerk* to facilitate the trans action of pensions and other business, was taken up. BOU'E. Washington, Feb. 17.—The committee on war* md means to day adopted the report of the mib-coniinittee charged with preparing the refunding bili with the amendment that $300,000,000 of treasury notes provided for iu the bil! shall bear 3J per cent, permanent interest, the same as the 204 bonds. CRIMES ANDi CASUALTIES. Aarest of an Escaped Convict. ChicHgo, Fell. 17.—The police arrested toxisv D-ivkI Parker alms Pmldnck, who e«cped from the Juliet penitentmry last Oct iher. He WHS iu lor burglary at Rock Inland. Cut ilia Own ThroM.\ Chicago, Feb 17—VVni. Gilnan, aged 80, acitiK-n of Mattoon, 11In., etibis throat with a r.izur yesterday while at breakfast with his familv. Melancholy from the death of his wife was the c*u*e. Suicide. Chicago, Fe, 17 —W. E Gurnsry, a passenger on a train Irom tbe west, yesterday evening, threw bim«eil' under a car at Des I'laines street viaduct and was so badly crushed that he died in a lew hours. On a lent' of his miinomnJuin hook was this entry: "MT brother-ln-a*''* name is Franlt A. Deans, VVellsboro, P.ion» sylvsnia. I killed in sell bennw I k'iew the masons would when we i?nt. to Chica go. W. B. G." Ht was from Sin Francisco and was evidently of unsound mind. FOREIGN TELEGRAMS. The Marriage Rite. Rome, Feb. 17.—A papal encyclical argues in favor of the removal of the rite of marriage from all civil jurisdiction what soever. Emigration. 8t. Petersburg, Feb. 17 —Since the Rus sian occupation of the district of Kars, for ty-t«o thousand inhabitants emigrated. A Helpless Paralytic. St. Petersburg, Feb. 17.— It is said that Benjamin Moran, American minister fur Portugal, is almost a helpless paralytic, and it is feared he mut abandon his post. Opening of the Italian Parliament. Rome, Feb. 17.—The Italian parliament opened to-day. The speech from the throne treats almost exclusively of international affairs. An Unfortunate Trip. Liverpool, Feb. 17-—The steamer Cano pus, from Boston, lost her boats and 241 head of cattle during the passage. IOWA LEGISLATURE. Des Moines, Feb. 17—In the senate a petition was presented hy Foster, of Scoil, one hnndreil and twenty feet In length, from 4,000 citizens ot Scott county, prates ine Hgalnst I he wine end beer clause. BiMs were Introduced as follow*: Mitt ln« an appropriation for Cedar Falls nor ms! HIhool,by Senator Ford by Has --1, ot Qri en, reducing the salaries of cir-uit and district judges to $2,600 by Hall, lo provide employment by the county for persons obtaining poor relief by Schroder, making an apDrnpmtinn for an asylum for fuetile minded bv Nichols, of Benton, making appropriations for a college lor the blind by. Russell, of Green, making an appropriation for tbe Auamosa peniten tiary. Senator Hall offered a resolution provid ing for a special committee of inquiry into the statements made by the governor and superintendent of public instruction, charg ing defalcation on school treasurers. After a lengthy debate tbe resolution was adopt ed. The special order abolishing the office of school district treasurer was then taken up. Considerable debate was had, and the bill was finally recommitted for further ascer tainment of facts. Various bills were taken up on second reading and referred. The bill for the establishment nf a board «f health was made a special order for next Tuesday morning. The bill providing for the printing and distribution of five thousand copies of the r'Port of the state horticultural society was P*"*d. The reports of the visiting commit 'J1* Cedar Falls normal school and wiV*** orPhaos' home were presented. The senate adjourned. In tbe honse the Mil reduriog Interest oo Pernanent Mhool food loans wae reconsid ered and defeated no tta passage. t.n«!2.epSl?1 °^er 4#'- bwn# 'be short hand ?°B« dlscoaslon followed, Oaally anbeUiate to ths booeo bill No 141, which about abolished the reporter ey tern, was offered by Hutibell, of Wen neshick, which retains the reporters at flye dollars |ter dsv, for each d«v xpent actually at work, and 40 cents per 100 words for ex tending tbe noies and the motion to ado. tbe report wa« carried by 43 to 47, and tbe substitute ordered engrossed. The compensation committee have re ported the bili cutting down tbe pay of aute offlers to (200 escb. Tbe bouse adj timed THE DOMINION. Lost a Jewel. OUawn, Feb, 17—In the accident of Sat urday, Princes* Loitise, It 8 sa d, lost a jewel valued at #20,000, Twenty persons passed tbe greater part of the evening searching for It In the enow. Mate's Eipensen. Augusta, Me., Feb. 17.—The governor in a communication to the senate places the state's expenses caused by counting out at $20,(0l». The Weather. Washington, Feb. 17.—The weather indi cations for the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys are: Rising barometer, winds shifting to colder northwest, with clear or fair weather. Colored Emigration* Galveston, Feb, 17—The colored men of the state in convention »dopted revolutions xpprovlni emigration fmrn the states', east oi the Missouri river, but denying tbe necessity to emigrate from Texas, allowing he aclvantiecs offered--U^-Uiejute to tliow seeking new liomuit, and invitTb*sj:olored brethren to turn fnwards Texas, in inure northern flutes [1 oi DEADWOOD NOTES The Killing of the Outlaw "Curley" Supposed to llaveBren Without Cause —One Thousand Hollars Raised In' a Day for the Relief of the Irish Suffer ers. Special Correspondence Press and Dakotaian. Deadwood, D. T., Feb. 11.—Leo Grimes, alias "Curlev," who was shot and killed last week by Detectives Llewellyn and May,had not been buried up to last nitrht, but lay where he fell, within sixty yards of the Sid ney stage road, and has been seen by the passengers day after day. It is alleged eince the shooting that the detectives lit came in volved in a dispute with their prisoner, which terminated by the dettctives shooting Curley. in the head and breast, and not in the back as would have been the ca-e were he running away, "as stated by Llewellyn at tbe time, It is further alleged that instead of Curley beiug mounted on a fast Jiorie, he rode a weak Indian pony and was un armed. A subscription was started here this morning for the relief of the sufferers in Ire land, and by ten o'clock this evening over one thousand dollars had been raised. A concert was also given for the same purpose by the 7th cavalry band, seats sellitg as high as $1.30, and a handsome sum was re alized. A terrific wind storm swept down tbe gulch last night doing considerable damage and putting everybody in Deadwood on guard against fi-e. L. 12. C. ONE BURGLAR'S CONSCIENCE. the Story of a Pleasant Old Gentleman and a Common Man. From the Worcester 8py. Reginald was a pleasant old gentleman, wi*h a fine seme of humor. He had consid erable property, and lived on Wimbledon Common He had one beautiful daughter, but that is not to tlie point. One afternoon, as Old Reginald was read ing books in his drawing room, it was an nounced to him that aCommm Man desired to speak with him. He gave orders that the Common Man should be admitted. And admitted the Common Man was. He was a very common man, indeed. T»ll, shambling,'ill-looking fellow, with an irresolute manner and shrinking eye. lie was dnssed as costermongers are dressed when following their calling. "What is your pleasure, good sir?" said Old Reginald. "Beg pardon, guv'nnr," said t^e Com mon Man. "I hope jou won't be harJ on me." "Not at all," rfplied Old ReginaH. I'm—I'm a burglar," said the Common Man. "indeed!" said Reginald. "Take a chair." "Thank you kindly, guv'nor," said be, "but I'd rather stand." And he did stand. So far there is nothing very incredible in ray story. But it gets very remaikable as it goes on. "How do you like your profession said Old Reginald. "Well, guv'nor," said the Cbmm Man, "I don't like it noways, and that's "Thai's what "That's why I'm here. I belongs to gang of twelve wnt's working these past just now. We cracks cribs by turns. Ii's—iiV my turn to night." And the burglar wept like a child. "This, I presume is remorse," said Old Reginald. "No, Guv'nor, it atn't remorse," said the burglar. "It's funk 'The same thing," said Reginald. "It ain't the being a burglar that. I objeel to. It's the having to commit burglaries. I like tbe credit of it, sir it's the danger I object to." "I see." "Now, by the laws of our gang, we're bound to crack cribs in turn. That is to say. one of us cracks the cribs while the other eleven slops outside and give the office." "I thought burglars always worked in twna or three* T" »kd Old R-ginald. "("rap* I ought to know b*»l," suggested ike burglar. ,. ....... s1 6. tfjt'-J !SJ[.. VANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 1880. "Perhaps you are right. Indeed, I am sure you ought. What crib do vou propose to crack to-night 7" "This here one." "Mine?" "Yours." "Ob!" And Old Reginald prepared to ring tbe bell. "Please don't do that, gov'nor. You ain't never agotn' to give me into custo dy "I think I had better." "No, no, guv'nor: don't do that. Listen to me first. I ain't agotn' to hurt you. It's my turn lo crack your crib to-night. Now, will you help me?" "I hardly see my way," said Old Regi nald, thoughtfully. "Still, if I can be of any use "Look here, guv'nor, each member of-our gang is bound to get fifty pounds worth of swag away from each crib he cracks. If he don't he's shot. Now, I see a handsome silver salver and coffee pot and cream jug as I came in here. Wot might be tbe vslue of that handsome silver salver and that coffee poi "The cream jug is electro. Tbe coffee pot with sugar basin and salver, may be worth five ana forty pounds." "That's near enough. I'll take'em. Here's a flimsy for fifty quid." And be hsnded Old Reginald a bank note for the amount. "Still I don't quite understand—" "I want you, guv'nor, to be so good as to leave your bedroom window open to-night, and place ihat silver and them silver traps where I can get 'em. I shall have cracked my crib, bagged my swag and made myself safe until my turn came around again." "Ceitaiuly," said Old Reginald, holding up the note to the light. "But, let me ark, ho« can you affird to pay so handsomely for your depredation '"There was a dozen on us, sir. Each on us crack a crib once in four months, and each swag's at least fifty pounds worth— often more, but at least that. After each plaul the profits are divided. Last qoarU-r ihe twelve cribs cracked brought us in eleven hundred unds—that's nine odd pounds apiece. When my turn comes 1 pay a fair price for the fifty pounds worth if swag (for I have been honorably brought up), and I get's forty pound lo tbe good And forty pounds a quarter is a hundred and sixty pounds a year. And I lives on it. Sometimes it's more—now and then it's less, but whatever it is, I lives on it." Aud the honest fellow took a receipt for a •iote and departed. Old Reginald was as good as his word. He left his bedroom window open and placed the salver where the hon«-st burglar was as good as bis word, and at 2.o'c!ock in he morning he came and found it. So far all was simple and straightforward enough. But now comes the curious and incredible pa of my story. The tif tund note wis purt of the proceeds of a previous burulury. The number of tbe note was known, and traced to Old Reginald, who bad to account for its tiding in biB po8essiob. Now the twelve burglars bad in tbe meantime been arrested by tbe police (this •iso is incredible), and were condemned to p^nal servitude for life. So Old Reginald bad no hesitation in stating '.be facts as I have stated them No one believed blm as no one will me. So be appealed to tbe honest burglar to corroborate his ttorv. But the honest burglar, baying discover ed ibe whole thine, cofiee pot, salver and ill, was the commonest electro, wai to -bucked at O'd Reginald's dishonesty, that not only did be decline to corroborate his story, hut actually, and I think very prop erly. identified blm as an accomplice. And Old Reginald was also sentenced to nenal servitude, and be and tbe honest burglar worked for years together on the same works, and bad many opportunities of talking the matter oyer from Its moral, social and political point of view. WE CAN'T TALK Without showing tbe condition of our teeth. Every laugh exposes them. In order not to be ashamed of them let u* use that standard dentrifrice, SOZODONT, which is sure to keep tbem white and spot less. No taitar can encrust tbem, no canker effect the enamel, no species of decay infest the dental bone, if SOZ )DONT is regularly used. It is a botanical preparation, and its beneficial effects on the teeth and gums are marvelous, as it removes all discoloration*, and renders the gums hard and rosy. MARKETS BY TELEGBAPH. WALL STREET. New York, February 17, Mo^ey—5@6 cent. Governments-Strong, active. Stocks—Boyant. NEW YORK. New York, February 17. WHKAT—Spring, nominal. Winter jc lower. No. 1, white. March, $1.49. RYE—Quiet, 93(ok96c. Coau—Quiet 56®59c. BARLEY—Quiet. OATS—Mixed western, 47@48c.. PORK—Steady, $11.75. LARD—Firm. $7 62J. WHISKEY—$1.10. CHICAGO. Chicago, February 17. Wn**T—Qniet, wjak, $1.23 cash, $1.23} March, $1.24} April. TORN—Weak, dull, 36Jc cash, 36}c Anril, 40J May. OATS—Unchanged, 33Jc cas\35jc May, RYE—76c. BARLEY—79c. PROVISIONS—Dull, lower. PORK—$11.40 cash. March, $11.55 April. LARD—$7.10 cash, $7.16} Match, $7.22} An'il. WHISKY—$1.07. MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee, February 17. WHEAT—I@)E lower. CM «teedv. $122} Hard $122}. No. 1. $1.21}. Nr. $1 20}. March $1 21 i, April $1.S2). No. S $1.07. No 4. $100}. Conn—Quiet. M}e. OAT«—Quiet. »0|e. RY«—Firm. 74}e. Bour-Fim, tt}«. -r-'V E. T. WHITE, Agent, •••.• nt of the Condition OK TUB GERMAN AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY. On the 31st Day of December, 1879- Tlie name of the company is German Ameri can Insurance compai.y. It is located iu New York. The amount ot Its capital stock is fl,roo,ooo.oo. •l(5ooooooUnt of lt8 c"Pllal stock paid up is The Assets of the Cempanj are as Follows: Cash on band aad iu tbe bands nf agents or other persons (133,324 80 Bouds owned by tbe company, to-wit: JJ-S- "®pds, par value, »l,700,000 1,789,161 00 lUilroad bonds, par value.. 2W.0 0 284, 00 00 K«llroad stock, par value... BO.OJO 7D.S00 oO stale and municipal bonds, par value U6.UOO 204.820 oo Debts otherwise secured 2900000 Debts for premiums 101,573 34 Total assets .$2,6l»,3C8 61 I A I IT I E S losses adjusted and not due Losses adjusted and not due Losses unadjusted 76,681 S9 Losses iu suspense, waiting for fur ther proof Reinsurance reserve Unpaid commissions CM,071 19 Total Habit les The greatest amount 'nsured in any I one risk Thsgreatestamountallowedbytbe •743,702 48 'r Governed rules of the company to be insur entirely by ed in any one city.towu or village (circumstau The greatest amount allowed to be Ices insured in any one block STATE OP NEW YORK, County oi New York. John W. Murray, vice president, and James A. Mlvey, secretary of tbe German American insurance company,lieingduly sworn.depose and say, that tbe foregoing is a lull, true and correct statement of tlie affairs of said coin pauy that tlie said insurance coiupauv i* the bona iide owner of at least One ilunored Thous and Dollars of actual cash capital, invested in the sate and bulled States stocks and bonds, or in bona ami mortgages ot real estate uinn cumbereil and worth double tlie amount lor which the same is mortgagf-d and tiny are the above described officers ol the said insurance compauy. JOHN W. Mt-RRAY, Vice President JAMES A. SILYKY, ... Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before nie. this 26th day of January, 1880. [Seal] it B. VALENTINE, Notary PnbliR. Kings Coutiiv, New York. OFFICE OF TKRKITOBIAL AUDITOH, Yankton, Dakota. Kelt. 20.1880. I. E. A. Sherman, Auditor of (he I errlwry of Dakota, do hereby certify that Ihe foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original state meiit of the Uerman American insurance oin pany. of New York, N. Y., on the 31st day of December- 1879, and nowou file in my office. E. A. SHRKMAN. Audiiur. [Seal] By L. M. runny, Deputy. THF.TEKIUOHY OF DAKOTA, I Auditor's Office. Whereas, the uernian American insurance company located iu tbe City of New York and Stale of New York, has Bled in tbis office a sworn statement of I'S condition on the 81st day of December. A. D. 187M. in accordance wuh the provisions of an act of ihe legislative ass mbly of the territory of Dakota, relating to insurance companies, approves February 16th, 1877 aud Whereas, on examination of the orn state ment of »aiil company filed in ibis office, 1 tiud that the said Insurance company is possessed of the necessary amouut of capital invested as re quired by law. Therefore, I, E. A. Sherman. Auditor of Da kota territory, do hereby certify that said insur ance company Is duly authorized to transact the business of fire insurance in said territory, for tbe year ending December Sist, ltfcO, by agents properly appointed. IUIIII, DAKOTA. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this Sid day of February, A. 1880 E. A. SHRRMAN, Auditor. [SEAL] By L. M. PUHIIY. Deputy. Statement of the Condition American Fire INSURANCE COMPANY, On the 31st day of December, 1879. The name of he company is the American Fire Insurance Company. It is located in Philadelphia, state of Penn sylvania. The amount of its canltal stock is $4C4),000.00 The amount of its capital stock paid uu Is $400 000.00. THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS: Cash on hand and in the hands of agents or other persons Real estatf unincumbered Bouds owned by the company. Witt See schedule Interest ftc. due and accrued Loans on bond and mortgage being first lien on unincumbered real estate worth double tne amount loaned .............a...... ........ Debts otherwise secured Debts for premiums All other securities 83,335 81 142,1)00 00 761.S77 00 13,721 33 337.139 SO 31,824 17 16.971 58 76,037 87 Total assets,... $1,463,607 26 LIABILITIES. Amount redeemable on perpetual policies S S67.780 90 Lossiis adjusted aad due .. a.esa 89 I/Mses adjiisteU aud not due. 23.005 00 Unpaid dividends 680 00 Losses in suspense, waiting for fur ther proof 2,000 00 All other claims against the company 6.348 88 Keiiisurauce reserve. 172.877 40 Total liabilities $ 474,798 07 The greatest amount Insured in any one risk. .......................... 35,500 00 The greatest amount allowed bv the rules of the company to be insur ed in any one city, town or villai e. No Rule. The nr atest amount allowed lobe Insured in auyone block No Rule, STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1 County of Philadelphia Tliomas R. Maris president, and Albert C. L. Crawford, secretary ol the American Fire insurance compauy. being duly sworn, depose and sav, that the foregoing is a full, true and correct statement 01 the affairs ot said company that-tbe said insurance company ihlhe bona tide owner of at leaat One Hundn-d Thousand Diclars at actual casli capital, invest ed in ihe state and United ates stocks and bonds, or in bond or mortgages of r»al estate un incumbered and worth double tbe amount for which the same Is mortgaged: and they are the above described officer* of the said insurance company. THOS. MA HI". President. ALBERT C. L. CRAWFORD, Secretary. Futwcribed and sworn to before me. this -Slat day of January. 1880. HAMVH. L. Ttvunt, (Seal) Notary Public. Orrnaor TEKKITOEIAL AUDITOR, I Yankton. Iiakota. January ». iwto. 1 I, R. A. Kberman. auditor ot the territory ol liaknta. do hereby cerUfy that the toreewtng l»a true and comet cony al the original state mot nt UM American Pirelnsaraoee i«»saj rhlladelpltla. femnylvaala,•• tfeaaut day of December, 1879. and now on file in ray office. E. A. SHEIiMAN, Auditor. By L. M. PURDY, Deputy. i. PARKER HAYWARD, Agent, Statement of the Condition Scottish Commercial INSURANCE COMPART, On the 31st Oay of December, 1879. The name of the company is tbe Scottish Commercial Insura ce Company. It is located in Glasuow, Scotland. The amount of its capital stock paid np is $350,000. THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS [Iu the United States.] Cash on baud and in the hands of agents or other persons 15.788 79 Bonds owned t-y the company to wit: United States, par value 684.748 75 Debts for premiums Total assets I A I IT I E S properly appointed, TOM MARSHAL!* THE ONLY STBICTLY CASH GROCER DT YAHKTMT, Offers to the People of ^Yanktoii and surrounding Country the ONLY OP PORTUNITY to SAVE MONEY in buying everything in the Grocery line for Cash of A Strictly Cash Concern. To milVI arsh a 11 JENCKS HOTEL BLOCK. CAPITAL STREET. TUB TKKBITORY OF DAKOTA. 1 Auditor's Office. Whereas, the American Firelusurancecomna ny, located !n the city ol Hhiiadel|liia, and stale of Penimlvania, has filed in this office a On sworn statement of lis condition on the 3Vst day of ec^mber. A. D. 1879, in accoidance wiih the prorUioMs o( anact uf the legislative The name of the company is Home Insurano Hssembly of tlie territory of Dakota, relating to coinnai y. 'ti«uranee companies, approved Febmary 16th, "Islocated In 1877 and The amouut of I's capital stock is ft 0 0, 00.00. Hercas. on examination of the sworn state- The am»unt of its capital stock paid up in ment of said coni|)any filed In this office, I find $3.ooo.uo0.od. that the said insurance company is possessed of qil11edCbySurwamOUI,t 01 CapiUl iuVested as re* herelore, I, E. A. Sherman, auditor of Dakota Cash on hand and in the hands ot agents or territory. iio hereby certify that said insurance ^other persons 387,414 16 company Li duly authorized to transact the bu- P®"' $744,324 73 Losses adjusted and due—lxvsses adjusted and not due—Ixisses uiiaujusted—losses in sus pense. waiting forfurther proof S 44,251 76 All other claims aaainst the compauy, unearned premiums 314,616 70 Total liabilities $358,set 46 STATE OF NEW YORK. I City and County ot New York. 1 E. W. Crowell, resident manager ot the Scot tish Commercial insurance company of Glasgow Scotland, being duly sworn, deposes and says, to the best ot his knowledge and belief, that the foregoing is a lull, true aud correct statement of tlie affairs of said comoany vti the 3lst day of December. 1879, and that the said insurance company is the bona fld* owner of the loregiung described assets: and he is the above described officer of the said insurance companv £. W.CKOWELL. Kesideut Manager. Subscribed and sworn to before me, Ihls 2»tn day of January, 1880. CHAS. II. KNAPP, rsEAi.] Notary Public, OFFICE or TERRITORIAL AUDITOR, I YauUon.Dakota, February 6th 1810. I, E. A. Sherman, auditor of the territory of Dakota, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true aim correct copy of the original statement oi the U. S. branch ol the Scottish Commercial insurance company, of Glasgow, Scotland, on ihe 3lst day of December, 1874, and now on file iu my office. E. A. SHERMAN, Auditor, By L. M. PUKDY, teputy. THE TERRITORY OF I AKOTA, Auditor's Office, WHEREAS, the Scottish Commercial insu rance company, located in the city of Glasgow, of Scotland, tins tiled In tbis office a sworn statement, of its condition on tbe Slst day ot December, A. D. 1871. in accordance with the provisions ot an act of the legislative assem bly of the territory of Dakota, relating to insur ance companies, approved February 16th. 18T7 and Whereas, on examination ot the sworn state ment ot said company filed In this office, I find that the aaid insurance company is possessed of the necessary amouut of capital invested as re quired by law. Therefore, I. E. A. Sherman, auditor of Dako ta territory, do hereby certity that said insur ance company is duly am horized to transact the business of Fire Insurance In said territory, for the year ending IVcetuber slst, ino, by agents E. T. WHITE. Aeent, Yanktoa. In testimony whereof, I have hereuuiw net my hand and seal, tills Mb dav of February, A. O. 1810 R. A.MHIvRMAN. Auditor. [8RAI.1 By L. M. PURDY. Deputy E. T. WHITE, Agent No. 249 if i, A sy/4-A v-i'«5v| STAiEMENT OF THE CONDITION E Home Insurance Company OF NEW YORK. The 31st Day of DccMbir.1879. I vew PKt*te sinews ot (li insurance in said territory ««nds owned by tbe company.to-wit: for the year ending Uecemher 3ist, 1880, by i11• bonds pai value.$3,00(M0t) 00 3,184.1% Oo agents pmnerlv antointed. Bank stocks 212,700 00 200,762 50 J. I'ARKEK HAY WAltD, Agent. State and municipal, Yankton. I».T. par value 175.750 00 237,859 50 In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set: my hand and seal this 20' li dav of January ."A" 11«oans on bond and lnortisage being •'.I860, K. A. SUKKMAN, Auditor. first lien on unincumbered real [SKA I..] By L. M. PUKDY. Deputy. Yoik city. 118 Broadwav. THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ME AS FOLLOWS: unincumbered M.126 91 first lien on unincumbered real estate worth double the amount 'at loaned.. 1.K6.G58 00 Eebts otherwise secured, loans on collaterals 418,*70 00 Debts for premiums on uncollected policies issued in this office cjsm 38 Ail other securities interest, due and accrued............................... 54,870 AO ..f€,410,988 11 Total assets LIABILITIES: 55,€38 46 I93,lie 35 Losses adjusted and not due 3 Losses unadjusted -Looses in pense, waiting for further proof... All other claims against the compa ny, Reserve for reinsurance. l.MM.'S (o Total liabilities S2.O0O,a« 31 .=.-#$ The greatest amount insured in any one risk. •50.000. -C.S The eatest amount allowed by the rules of the company to be insurea in any one city, town or 11 ace—The greate*t amount allowed to 1,^ be insured in any oneblock, [Governed by circumstances.] .a. STATEOFNEWYI.UK, 1 County of New York. 1 Charles J. Martin president and John Washburn. secretay of the Home insurance company being duly sworn, depose and say, that the foiegoing is a lull, true and correct slat ment of the affairs of said company, that the said insurance company is the bona fide owner of at least One Hundred Ihousand Dol- -..ms lars ot actual cash capital, Invested in tbe state and United StaUs stocks and bonds, or in bond and mortgages pi Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 87ih day of January, 1880. GKBABO O. GKKEN. [SEAL] Notary Public. Therefore. 1, A. E. Sherman, auditor ot Dako ta territory, do hereby certif* that said insur anee company Uduly autboi ized to transact the buslue*s of Fire Insurance iu said territory, lor the year ending llecember 31st, lttO, by agents properly appointed. 1 "3 real estate unincumbered and -u. worth double the amount forwhich the same Is 43 787 19 mortgaged, and they are tbe above described officers of tbe said lusurai'ce company. ,'4 CHAS J. MARTIN. President. JOHN H. «A^HBURN, Secretary, feai Kings county, N. Y. Sw OFFICE OF TERRITORIAL AUDITOR, I Yankton.Dakota.January31st.1880-1 I, A. E. Sherman, auditor of the territory of Dakota, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original state to in an pa N 101 k. N. Y.. on the 31st day of December, 1879, and now on Ale In my office. A E. SHERMAN, Auditor. By L. M. PURDY, Deputy. THE TERRITORY DAKOTA, 1 Auditor's Office WHEREAS, the Home insurance company, lo cated in the city of New York, and state of New York, has filed in this office a sworn statement of its condition on the Slst day of ie cembet, A O. 18711. iu accordance with the pro visions ot an act of the legislative assembly ot the territory of Dakota, relating to insurance companies, approved February 16th, 1177 and whereas on examination ot the sworn state ment of said company filed in tbis office, I And that the said insurance company Is possessed of tbe necessary amount ot capital invested as re quireo by law. EDWIN T. WHITE, Agent. an to In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, th'.s 31st day ot January, A. D. lbM) A. B. SrtEKMAN. Auditor. [SEALL By L. PCRDY, llepqtv, :. E. T. WHITE, Agent. BANKS THE FIRST NATIONAL Bank of Yankton O. MoVAT, W. B. MoTAT.