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oticed one instance particularly, where a white-haired old body servant was giving way to his feelings — sobbing bitterly — at the loss of the "family mansion, where we been libbin all our lives." The Sweep of the conflagration. The following is the course of the fire from Cameron's foundry: On East Bay the fire extended, on the East side from the residence of Mr. J. S. Bird to the corner of Market street, burning out Mr. Henry Smyzer, Mr. C. M. Heissenbuttle, 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 fine flour mills were most f