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rning, and before the firemen had left the scene of action on Clay street, a watch man near by discovering a fellow lurking suspiciously about the premises of R. B. Woodward's carpenter shop, immediately started in the direction where he was, when, to his great surprise, on reaching the back part of the building, he found that the the war, which, at the present valuation, will make Mr. D.'s loss on them alone fifty or sixty thousand dollars. The extensive brick foundry on the west of Woodward's carpenter shop, for a long time occupied by Francis J Barnes & Co, as a grate and iron railing manufactory, but for the past twelve months used by E. F. Baker his assortment of mantels and paintings which were destroyed, will not be less than from $75,000 to $100,000. Baker & Co. estimate their loss at about $15,000; Mr. Woodward's will reach (in loss of tools, materials, &c.,) from $10,000 to $12,000; Mr. Allen (on building) about $15,000, and Mr. Alluise (on confectionaries &c.,) abou