$200,000. We have not learned what insurance there was upon the stock or buildings.
Smyser & Cordray, machine shop and dwelling.
Insured for $4,000.
L. E. Cordray, dwelling house and machine ship, worth $5,000, insured for $2,000.
James Marsh, store-house, on Concord street. No insurance.
Messrs. Lockwood and Johnson are but slightly damaged, about $500 covering their losses.
Pritchard Street.--South Side.--The following were the sufferers on this street:
Thomas Cordray, two-and-a-half story wooden dwelling.
Francis Police, three two-and-a-half story wooden dwellings, occupied by Messrs. N. Yokage, P. Sullivan and Henry Dinget, the latter loosing all their furniture.
North Side.--Two boiler shops, Cameron & Co. Dwelling house of James Artope.
Dwelling house of Henry Smyser.
Dwelling house of A. R. Tavei.
Dwelling house of John Torrent.
Dwelling house of T. J. Cumming.
East. Bay--East Side--Two and a half story wooden building, trust estat