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t was found impossible to do much else than endeavor to save the adjoining property. The fire speedily communicated to the block of buildings on the east, the first of which, occupied by David A. Brown, saddler and harness maker, and by Mrs. Jackson, mantua maker, was entirely destroyed; Wm. H. Davidson's Hotel, the next tenement, was partially burnt, and the clothing store of N. W. Nelson, adjoining, somewhat damaged. The roof of the brick building on Grace street, below 7th, owned by Dr. C. Thomas, and occupied by Thomas Lawson and John M. Lindsay, took fire, and the furniture was moved out. No great damages was done here, except by water, and breakage. Mr. Lawson, who was sick in his house, was removed to the residence of Dr. Bolton; in the neighborhood. The rear wall of the theatre fell and crushed two small frame buildings, owned by Green & Allen, one of which was occupied by Wm. Wildt, manufacturer of military buttons, and the other, we believe, as a paint shop. This proper