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The Daily Dispatch: March 30, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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es meet the eye on our public roads. "The store belonging to, and occupied by, Mr. D. Lauderdale was the first to receive the torch. The building, being old, soon ignited, and the flames spread rapidly from house to house, extending north to the store formerly occupied by Mr. Leventritt, and south to, and including, the store of Mr. A. D. Hilliard; thence, crossing to the residence of that esteemed lady, Mrs. C. Ladd, burning on her right and left; on the left, up to the building of J. D. Aiken, Esq.,--one of the lower floors of which is known as the Bank of Fairfield; and on the right, to, and including, the Odd Fellows' Hall. The flames raged with terrific fury, bidding fair to destroy every house in our town. This occurred on Tuesday, February 21. "On Wednesday morning a huge smoke in the northwestern part of our town called our attention to the fact that the work of burning had not yet ceased. Fire was set to the cotton in the rear of John H. Cathcart's residence an