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out in William S. Sims's extensive steam planing mill, on Main street, between Seventh and Eighth, which resulted in its entire destruction, together with all the valuable machinery and timber therein, as well as a number of buildings adjoining, occupied by M. M. Lipscomb, A. T. Burr & Co., Robert McNamee, and others whose names could not be ascertained. The flames also extended across the rear alley to a row of brick stables, destroying those upon the premises of General Randolph, Dr. J. G. Cabell, Henry Baskerville, Henry Triplett, and another gentleman whose name we were unable to find out. The fire was still progressing up to the time of writing, and it is, therefore, impossible to estimate what the loss will be. With the exception of the stables enumerated, all the rest of the property destroyed was under a lease to Mr. Charles Phillips, of the firm of Jones & Phillips, and the parties who occupied them were subtenants of his. The fire was doubtless the work of an incendiary.