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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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le, Dr. Pritchard, Mr. Jacobson, and sundry others. On the West side from Mr. Geo. Kinloch's to the Southwest corner of Market street, inclusive, was destroyed. On Pritchard street the property of Mr. Jno. Torrent, Mr. Tavel, Mr. Artope, Mr. Cordray and others, was consumed. On Market street, from East Bay to Church street, south side, was destroyed. On Anson street, east and west side, from Claussen's Mills south, sundry buildings were destroyed, to Market street. Clanssen's firial on hand for the establishment, and for Government purposes, was not less than $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