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The Daily Dispatch: September 8, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The fire in Americus, Georgia. --From a letter published in the Macon Intelligencer we gather the annexed facts in regard to the late great fire in Americus: The fire broke out about five o'clock Tuesday evening. Two entire squares, facing six streets on the public front, are destroyed, together with considerable furniture, stores and drugs; consuming, also, a large quantity of cotton, amounting to eight thousand bales. The principal losers are J. V. Price, warehouse, $50,000; J. O. Bird, $40,000; Wheatley, $60,000; W. A. Hawkins, $28,000; Steward, $24,000; John A. Hall, $8,000; Greenwald, $10,000; besides Government property, consisting of tithe cotton--one hundred on more bales — and tithe wheat, with quartermaster stores of other descriptions. Besides this, about one hundred and fifty bales of private cotton, not under cover. The total loss amounted to about $3,300,000. The buildings consisted mostly of business houses, warerooms, storerooms and mechanic shops; among t