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& Boyce, No. 53 Front row. In the same block, which extends from Court street to the alley that backs the Commercial Hotel, were the hardware store of Hillman & Brothers, the property of J. C. Atkinson; that of D. H. Townsend, grocer; that of J. J. Murphy, also a grocery — this store was owned by R. C. Brinkley; that of Nelson & Boyce, also grocers, owned by J. M. Lee, of Nashville; Parker & Dashiel, cotton factors, occupied the upper story of the last named store. In the same block was the ci for the buildings, $40,000 for the losses of Hillman & Brothers, who were insured but partially; $15,000 for D. H. Townsend s, insured to the amount of $20,000 for both house and goods, partly in home, partly in New York companies; $20,000 to J. J. Murphy, whose insurances were as follows; $2,500 in the Ætna, $2,500 in the Home, of New York, $5,000 in the Desoto, and $5,000 in the Tennessee Mutual, of this city; Nelson & Boyce were insured for $10,000, which is estimated as the amount of their