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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ex-Governor Stewart knocked down and his hands tied behind him. (search)
Death of prominent Unionists in St. Louis. --Phocian K. McCreery, of the firm of Crow, McCreery & Co.; Benj. F. Crane, the well known jeweller; and William Bennett, of the firm of Russell & Bennett, died on Sunday, the 8th inst.
First, we will commence with the place where it was first discovered, issuing from the sash and blind manufactory of W. P. Russell & Co., foot of Hasell street, North side. Mr. Russell thinks it the work of an incendiary. The establishment haMr. Russell thinks it the work of an incendiary. The establishment had been closed, and the furnace of the boiler covered with water before the men left. The proprietor did not leave for an hour and a half or more after the workmen. When he left everything was in order, and no sign of fire or anything approaching to it. In about an hour and a half afterwards Mr. Russell heard the alarm of fire, and learned that his establishment was on fire. From these circumstances he infers that the fire was set, or was the result of carelessness on the part of a number ofan old shed adjoining the establishment, in allowing their camp fire to get ahead of them. The building and stock of Russell & Co. were valued at $20,000--insured for $10,000 in Charleston. The insurance is equally distributed between the Charl